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THE J)Mh\ RECOUD-USIOft.
TBIK*DtV nt:<'F.n*BEK B*. ISM
Mr leurcloctciU Observations — fabca at
tslcna! Station at the &an<e Moment.
Siciu-istnc, December £7, ISB2-«:O2 r. tf.
ei««ofc,. fl ? 1.a2 ?af g-g sute o!
miiiiii |S 7 |a| | 4 S If the
O'73ipl» 3C'.iGj«i| N. C Frcsli.. .22iC!cudy
P«»lllri....[Bo.Bls>j M. E. L ! .-;ht.. .Bl!Fair
K«»barg...:30.15 43 8. CQht.. .43Jlll'ag
Ucndocino I
Koulilafl... St'2o 46 K. !.!F«ir
Hirr±v:ea.io. :».1647 N. Light Cbw
8 fTunoisco. 30.15|51 .V. M.C Frtah F.r
V.»!ia -■C.l»!«5l W. Ugh* I clear
Ei>>a An4e!<s>. M.iass'X. F fc 6 fr sh Cl-ar
B»a Diejo.iJo.U-4.>; X. W. |i.ight Clear
Mnimnm tj-ti.perntiire, 53; miniiauii! 36
Bivcrabm-e low- wattr mark, at 11 A. '*„ 10 feet <i
Inchee ; a fail ot I inches id 21 hours.
,A2Sirf A. i.AU%-:C2.
I-CTferict, Sksil Ccrpe, 17. S A.
TH3 V3.ICZ.
The Holiday issuj of the Ilicor r-T/SioK, to be
published Moniav raorni.is, Jaaaiiy 1, 1553, will be
cold at the Cffi;c at 10 ccuta i>er copy.
THIS MORNING'S NEWS.
to Kew York CoTrmnent bcrirt! ut qr.ottd at
121 »or «c o! 1907; Jl3 fur 4}»; K3i for 3jfl ;
at«rlin(r, *4 ssljc-J* 85i ; sijvcr fears, 108 J.
Hlver In Loadon, £0d ; consolj, 10- J-J ; 5 pr
cent. Uaitet! .'..'. ot> bonds, cxtuniled, K.'J ; it, 1.3
tj9, 116.
to Ssn Praaetoo Jtcxicau dsHan ore qaoted at
87087J cent..
Culwerdi'-'ares a dividend cf 10 cents p:r :).are,
and Ophir lei ie< an as.-cf-suiun". cf (L
Mining stocks w*?rs a ;ai^ quite ia Sin Francigco
ycster.iav uioniing, ar.d prices were geitrally lower.
C»'jslida:ct! n>^al* n^s down to 4.'i ceuta, the
lowett in inic time. Co: 1 . Im^rial sold at sc*ji:t3i
til? first sale in r/cekd. O]-h:r wag under t^ f<r the
firrt time in :;icnh->. Tie »h'!e mirkct tor Om
»tock looks bad. Navijo sold at $7 75, and Albion
82 7.-..
Kirn Sing, the f.r.-t native bc.rn CbiEimin ever
Bent as a misslona y, left New York yesterday for
Canton, via San Fr.vicisco.
■nircc co»1jov« were lynchcl at Prinevi lc, Oregon,
Monday 1.i.i.:.
A pr;z>%> t took p!wc in New York Tuesday
night hit*' er. tw ■ foii>red female puciiUt-".
Ths City Tre surer of Tacoon, A. T. , U » defaulter
»ml hss fled to Mexico.
In tbe free 2l eieetiou (or Accessor ie Calaveraa
couoty Tuesday, W. B. Terry (l>em ) received E8
Majority.
In Lewis county, Kentucky, yesterday, Coloutl
Crawford l>i!'eJ Ptii:. Ljong.
Fin; in FaMIU, lie.' kin in Uacon, Ga./and in
Cilroy.
General Fhwrman denies that he iii« been received
into tho Itoaiaa <Mh .lie Church.
In Fiirfleld, Me , yesterday, John Pooler wa3
tilled by a falifi).; irai pipe,
The Japain-te Princs and sut'.e hMn WaaMngtaa
to-morrow for Sa:> ftaoekm.
A sloop ea;sr.-l mm Vail !i-.S3ce, Fit., and six
men Wi,rc drow.ieJ
S. I". Wnrrcn »i: founl murdered and rubbed
near .Suit m, II!.
Sebastian but.c.n iKd suddenly in Sicckton yes
terday, while living in » cliiir.
Otcar Wiide baa lift Njw York for Fnghn'l.
A l(g;:il il,-,.i-;,M iv :>'<:»■ Omvb, Com, . ifivea the
entire munic^M gOWUUUWt to the Eepub;ican?.
Anuic OErien und her uvjthcr sere drowr.«d in a
cistern at Syracuse, V. Y.
Ibe 600 th ■imlwi»j»Mj al the Iloaso of Uapsburg
is being irairiinrtrt la Austria.
Etnpuror WffiUm ins lauwawl hU usual health.
Ureat dutrcsi in I.vlaiul from want o" f xii is re
ported.
Junes Oatk shot aud Lill-.d hU wife at Tittsburg
yesterday.
Chicago lias become tb£ fifth largest port of entry
in the United Sta'.e».
The Virginian ohject to " Ui:c!e Tom's Cibin"
bciii? ilaytd in that State.
The Sena' c passed the civil service reform b';l! yes
terday by SO to 5.
The sixteenth warn] ccnventioa of the Teach
nrs' Asaocialioc at C^lifornii bsgin tt San Francisco
yesterday morning.
B3njamin J. 4tw?o<t was found dead ill bis bed
ys-.terday mjnuns, utar Nevada city.
There bcins no fooitaa iv tiie House of lUpre
seiiUtivcsjestcrday, no busir.ess was transacU-d.
Peter Desgirs: shot his wife and then hinuili at
UxkforJ, W. T.
A prize-fight tock t lace yesterday at Newcastle,
Pa., in which hctb men were beaten co baUly that
they hod to be cjrrieJ c-ff the ground.
The excitement in Uuioutown, Pa, over the Xutt-
X>ukes tagtiy, ccuinues intense.
At Ltadviile, Col., yesterday, Matt. Wells shot
and killed Ju'ii: lv.-rr i!id severely wounded two by
tttndcrs.
Leander Cr r|! utt Young was found dead ia his
bed at San J )M >Cfet^rday.
The store if Davii Wes», at H'cstport, Or., was
burned Mcn.in.y ni^-l.t.
lliijh wal^r la the KMnc and itj tributiries is
again repovUu.
Owing tlie feu cn('in,' Duceciber let, 2,632,
--000,000 boßball • I gnria was produced in the United
States.
A San Franciscan wants to bet (6.SM that Sul;i
vm cannot knock Jeo Mace out in four rounds.
In an affr.iy in HurUlM county, Tenr.caste, one
m»n waß killed anJ sjvcral orhere wounded.
The trreatc*t distress prevails ia Doujel, Ireland.
Armbi and bia fs&ow-exßei embarked at Suez jtg,
terdf y f r Ceylon.
Dr. M ir >i. riwt liis wtta aad then himself Io Bei-
F.n yerttrdiv. ■
Sir Hrifli All.'n'a fui'jral to k place in llonlrcal
ya'.terdky.
Two Imahtrs r.aracj Bu'lard were lulled at Chat
tar.oogm, T«n:i., yestcrda]-, by tno brctben lr.nieJ
Jacoway.
A NEW KIND OF LABORER.
Tbe Treasury Department, in acawer to
»n inquiry, has decided that a Chinese wet
nurse must be considered a laborer, and as
each is excluded from the United States
under the provision of the Act restricting
Chinese immigration. This is as lucid and
intelligent a decision ai the one made by
the English rxilway guard in the case of
Frank BuckUn4 t the uaturalitt. The
latter was in the habit of carrying various
small creatures about vritk him, and on
tho occasion in question ha had a little
monkey in ot.e of thy c-erp pockets of his
hunting jjeket. Ti.e guard insisted that
he must puS the monkey in the dog-van,
and pay extra for him. In vain BnckUnd
tried to coavinca tho man t:>at a monkey
was not a dog. At last he put hia hand
into another pooket, and pulling out a tor
toise, asLei tuo cb3tinat3 official if that
aleo was a dog. "No, sir," replied the in
telligeut guard, gravely; "a monkey's a
dorg, but a tortoiss is a hinsect !" Is must
have been upon eoaie such occult principle
that the Treasury Departmeut diclared a
wet curse to he a laborer. Even Gorman
tariff dtSnitioad, strange and iucompre
hentii'ie .is they appear to the outsiie bar
bariao, caunoi ex :el this latest manifesta
tion of ttHcial irii-euuity at Washington.
ORGANIZING FOR RESISTANCE.
All the protected inanafac'nrers are or
ganizing for rfsisianco to the proposed
reductions in t! c tariff Judging from the
toe* of the report of the Tariff Commis
■ion and tho tcbecquent action of the
Wtys end tf*» Onwnitte», they Lave
not tcuch ground f>r apprehension. It is
belvevfd that an average reduoticn of 15
per c;ct. in the articles dealt witn will be
the outside, and therefore the protected
interests will pet'r.n-a be wise to reserve
th?ir dtfenfe until the Democrats fct into
power, for they may as well make up their
minis that the present feebla pretense of
tariff reform .>ill not ea^isfy the country,
awl that if tho BapabHou have not the
oense to do this cecssssrj- work, tho Djm
oerat* will cot on!y do it fcr them, but
reap all the benefit of the reform.
The Sin Jose Mercury of hit Sunday w»s a holi
day sheet ot ten p»ges, h»U of which were h.nd
•omeiv illustrated. The paper »ag a credit to Ue
paWsher", and i;ive» evidence of apprecUtod enter
priflc in f'au Jt«e.
" Please han* up," i« the polife Me.
phonic for "Hold yonr tongue." — [New
.Mexican.
THE PANAMA CANAL.
It will rot eerve the turn of the Pan
ama Canal claqu-eurs to protend that the
adverse representations being made con
cerning that enterpriaa are merely inspired
by the Nicaragua Canal sympathizers. In
fact this pretense is sheer nonsense. What
ia being said about the Panama Canal is
tbe truth, as aicertained from those who |
have eeen the woiks and kcow what is and
is not being done. Moreover, M. Lesseps
himself *as admitted that the canal can
not be built upon the original lineß or upon
the original plans. He hss admitted thst
he drew his plans before he unevr what
manner of difficulties he had to encounter,
and that after a thorough exploration he
was compelled to modify his views so ma
terially that the canal he now talks of con
structing is not at ail the same ca-al as
that which he undertook to build. It ia
also beyond controversy that he has al
ready tpent thirty million francs, or six
million dollar*, and tha* there ia little or
nothing to show fcr it. It is ako undeniably
true that very little progress has been
made with the works, and that the means
of crossing the Chagres river, which is
really the crucial probkm in the whole
undertaking, has net yet been defini
tively settled. Under the circumstances
therefore it ia by no mcane turprising that
the Panama ( -Anal scheme should begin to
fall into disrepute even in France, though
up to this time co whisper of the actual
facts seems to have been permitted to ap
pear in any French newspaper. 11. Lcs3eua
has poEaibly expended a part of his thirty
million franca in securing the friendship of
tbe preEß in his own country, but unfor
tunately for him he cannot prevent the im
portation of foreign journals whinh have no
reason for concealing the truth, and when
people have money at stake in au enter
prise they are apt to ba on the alert for
whatever news is afloat concerning ii. If.
Lessepa has uccpestionably resorted to the
moat unscrupulous agencies in order to
tloat and keep afloat the stock of the Pan.
araa Canal. This, however, could not be
kept a secret, and naturally a reaction is
setting in. The French people are no
doubt vtry patriotic, and tlic-y look upon
this canal as in tome tort a national enter
pri-.e. But they ara tco good business
meu to tubscribe 150,000,000 francs raors
to an enterprise the completion of which
now appears so problematical, aud tbe
probability is that before another ts3ess
ment on the stock is paid the shareholders
will insist on an investigation.
THE PROPOSED ADMISSION OF UTAH.
Another eflfort h about to be made to
Bcccre the admisaioa of Utah as a S:ate o'
the L T iii:>E. We do no' roppoM that there
ia really ivy reason to apprehend the suc
cess of this attempt, bat at the saraa time
it ia io order to show why Utah should cot
be admitied. In the first place there are
already too many half-fledged States iv the
Union. Neither Nevada nor Colorado
would have been admitted had cot politi
cal acd especially partisan considerations
outweighed the regard for the national in
terest in Congress. Ia the second place
Ut»h cannot have any claim to recognition
as an Aineiican State, while tbe Mormons
constitute its chief inhabitants. For the
Mormons ars assuredly not deaervirg of
the title of American citiz;n3, even though
they may have complied with the legal
forms of naturalization. Mormonism has
been from the outset an exotic and alien
institution. It has been the aim of its
Governors and managers ,to educate their
followers into Berfs and vassals of the
Church, and to abate or extinguish in them
all sentiments of attachment to the
United State 3 Government. A proposal
to place Bach a community under martial
law, however impolitic Euch a course might
be, wonld certainly bo more in accord with
the f -.da of the cate than a proposal to ad
! Mit Utah to the Uoion. That Territory
must utqat3tionably to kep l ; in the terri
torial condition until Mormouism baa suc
cumbed to the civilization surrounding it.
Xo such hostile and obnoxious community
can be admitted into the L'aioa as a eov
ereign State. The proposition appears sin
gularly ill-'.imen, indeed, aud we tuut that
it will receive the trea'.meut it merits at
the hands of Congree?. As regards the
sometime mooted suspicion that the Mor
mons wanted to make a political bargain
with the Democrats, on the baiis of the
admission r>f the Territory, it ought to be
sufTisicct to say that acy party which
should adrriit the Mormons to the Uuiod
for the sake of a partisan advantage, would
in so doing dig its own grave.
NOT A SOUND OF DEFENSE.
Senator Mahono having been attacked in
the Senate because of hi 3 collection of po
litical assessments durinp the late cam
paign, made a speech in hia own defense,
and appeared to rely chiefly upon the alle
gation that a great miny of the Federal
employes to whom he sent his circular ask
ing for contributions faikd toreapond. Bat
this constitute) no defense at all. For
what it ihows is simply that the general
revolt against the intolerable wrong of
political assessments, and the publicity
given the whole business by the public
press, emboldened many of the intended
victims to rebel, and in a measure frus
trated the efforts of the Hubbellitcs. It ip,
i&deed, matter for congratulation that such
consequences ahouM have* followed the at
ticka made upon tho assessment system by
the prees ; but this does no. in any way ex
culpate Hubbell and Mahone. Nothing is
clearer than that they < ntered the cam
paign with the deliberate intention of forc
ing tho Federal employes to contribute, apd
it is equally certain that the immunity from
punishment which they now gay the re
fractory employes ecjoyed, was duo alto
gether to the notoriety given the Hnbbell
tactics, and not to ai?y tenderness of hr.art
oa the part of the managers of the ma
chine. They did all they could, but by no
mtans all they wonld hava liktd to do.
They f iikd partially because public opiiiion
did not allow them to act fredy. But they
would have defied that public opinion had
they dared to do so, and (hey certtinly did
defy it to the extent of their ability.
THE YELLOWSTONE PARK PROJECT.
The plan to leiae the Yellowstone Park
to a company ia one wbich Congress ought
to cxamice vrry carefully. If it is worth
while to preserve tho Park f r thceDJiv
rucnt of tho \vholo people, it wcuU be
worlh while to do this in the most simple
and direct way, and that ia by appointing
guardians and po!ics for it, and keeping it
free for every Amtrican citizen. General
Sheridan baa proposed that a small body
of troops ba appointed to pclics acd pro
tect it frcm vaaJalism, and this seems tho
best method th»t can be adapted. The
pUn of leasing it out would necessarily
involve the thrusting cf a middleman
between the people atd their property,
and if the middleman is to make any profit
out of it he must do so at the expense of
the trtvtliDg public. On the whole we
think it would be much the beat way fcr
Cjaguss to retain control of tie Park, acd
j take steps to protect it from icjuiy.
HOME AND ABROAD.
The CItII Servlre Bill Ik>>. ,t in Ibe Sen
ate— Prize-Fight Brlirten Two Colored
Womtß-Bluody Affair to Lradvllle—Six
Hcu Urowued In t'lartda-Degrailed
Wire Killed by tier Husband—Murder
and Bcbbery In Illinois-liking or For
etell Sitws-Elc.
terßcuj, dispatchk* to mi khjordckios.]
DOJIKSTSC XEW*.
W'ASHIiQTOK, Ce-emter 57cb. — Forty
three Senator?, Cie mora than a riuoiurr,
were present this niornirg. Consideration of
the civil service bill was reeumpr. and after a
lengthy discussion the bill passed by a vote of
39 to 5.
Tqs Horue wr.s cul'ed tn crikr by Speaker
Kt-ifer. No qao:u:u present. After severe!
private bills had pa'a:' 5, Iticj of Miiscuri
objected to further proceedir g*, and the
House atij urced.
Flic Vote on Ihc CtvSl*Sfrvtce Bill.
Washington-, December 27th.— Tie ayos
and noes on the passive of tii9 c : .vi!-3ervice
bill were aa follows :
Ayes — Aldricr. Allieor, An'hony, B*yv<*.
Cameroa of Pcunsylv&nir, U&msrou of Wit
cocsiii, Chilcottc. Cockrel', Ot.kr, Onjttr,
Davu of Illinois LJa.is ct West Virgini",
Kimundr, Frye, GarJacr 1 . George, Groome,
Hiriisor, Hawiey, Hil). Hna-, Jacksor,
.Jones of Florida, .fonM < f Ntvad?. Lsmor,
Laphatr, T^ojjan, .Uiller of Oaiiforti-, Miller
nf New York, Merri:', Penrilotor, Plat*,
Plumb, Rollins, Sewel!, Yes f , WtJker, Wic
dom — 39.
Noes — Brown. Call, Jon a*, McPheraor,
Morgan — 5.
The ful'cwin? pairs were announced : BUir
with Barrow, Ha'e with B,cV, Ferry with
Fatley. Maxej- with l)^we=. Sounders with
Williso-?, Butler with Pugr', Jobcttjn wkh
Voorhees.
Brutal i'xliltiltlnn— Prlze-Flght Between
Tivo < olorc:l Women.
New Yoek, December 27tk — Two rrgu
larly-trained Leu vy- weight, colored femaln
pugilists last evening toed the mark and bal
tsxed each other around the historic Ting to
the Q leentbury rulee. liestie Williams,
when down to her Bgbtisg weight, turns the
beam at 2'M pound?, whila J.e£phin« Green,
in her c^the^, weighs 289 pound?. The hus
bands of both ladies are experts at t'io u>auly
art, and have tKßftfct their housewives how
to defend themselves olherwke thun by the
tongue. For ?ome tiuio past every tff irt to
bring the »m»atmi together and settle the
question cf »np?ri'.rity han been tried wi h
out success ; but eventually a Dumber of
> parting tc.en, with Billy McCrlory at their
head, bui;ceeded iv getting up a match fi;r
$20 a f-.ide and the cci>rsd lac>y cbarapi;Ti:-hip.
They had a bloody, brntal. vicious Cglit, and
during ita promts b-.lli locked like spotted
tigretsee. Finally Bts.ie got ia a right
hander on Joseph-lie* nocp, and Lcocked"her
out. Al>rj;e crowd v.itneseed the scandal
ous proceeding".
Another l'rize Fl&lit.
riTr.-BCP.o, December 27th.— Reietuhausen
a^d ( jiU< n, who fought a pr:z« Helit neir
li-:c!usU-r, is., hat weck.wlj-.cU wa« dtclared
a draw, fought again to-i^y at Nevrca'tle,
Pr. At the end of the twentieth round Uil
h( n fjiferl to CMt up, srd Keiseabausrn Avae
declared ti:e w:nrer. Both non were terribly
beater, and had '.o be cnr':ed i,ff tre grcunr.
i*liootlns AtTray Among Colorado Out
blers.
Leadville, Deceabtr 17.1?. — T. -'ay a
fatal ahooliog affriy cccurre.l i i S'.. Aoii'i
l{;«it, a camblinf.-iioute Matt. Weils, a
eiriahler. previ^u^ly hnd a n ffi.u'.sy with
•J»hn Keir, a too dea'cr, v/l.ich was aug
inti.tfd iy one Fdory, aooiltti faro dealer,
between whom and Weßl thtro had been en
oiii f6ud, acd win carried tL«* taQc of each to
tiie ctl.er. Thi.' lnoruicj? at 10 oVlock Welh
went i^to St. Ani^'d Ufs^, edited for a drinit,
and aßafaiß I'tiury threw tiie fcif sa and en
tente in his fice. Sutscqnetilly Felory r^-tt
Walls on tha ttreet r:nd kco-ked him Sown.
Smar"ir,g nadw the inflictioi!, and haif
oruadwhaXqaor, Welhprocnred » revolver,
rflurred to Be. Alij's U«st, snd Melltg K»rr,
ccminenoed liricpf. Kerr returned the tire',
bui efc"t wild. Both nnptied their revolver!-,
when Kerr fel!, mortally wounded. Wtilg
v/a? immediately Errested. Two bystsudera
— Hunt, another jrßtnb'.er, and Conlor. (10
Ffaa of asc— received Revere wounde. Ksrr
died tl-is aftercocn i.t 2:30.
UlKcil In a ;:aKHIo.
Pitisbdrg, December 27th. — This raorniau
at 1 o'clock James Ciark shot an.l killed hifl
wife in a Six;b-avenue bagnio. C'ark U h
member of a well-known family, and his wife
has for years borne a bad reputation.
Rgrs on Banks.
PvOCHEsthe (N T . V.), Decjrtbsr 27th.— A
run comiaetcea to-day on the Monroe County
Savings Bank. T-e greater number of those
withdrawing their drpnsiia wera women of
the p orcr c'aa-i. WVil-to-do dtism are de
po:i-.in!j. The bask meets all danMida, The
tun on the Eist SHe S .vings Bank, which
was a d^nos.itor ia the C'i-y Bank to the ex
tent of S4I.CCO, was very litjht. There is no
txcittinf ut at any othe r bank.
T.i- Knit Tragedy.
Unioktowh (Pa.), December -_'7th.— The
ese'.teisert ever the Nu'.r. trageiy ia una
' bitetl. Ti.e feeling egesus; Dttal ib intense,
and would require tut a s'.'ght agitation to
cu;e a Utwiexa oulrr£a'--. New developments
throw asprrsions n.^i.i-; liu> character r.i
Captiin Nutt's d«u«hrfr in Dakn* l-tterp.
Boom ef tbese lett;:s v. 11l bd i rjduccd at the
tr:&i.
nnMied and Murdered.
Salem ( 111. >, Deceit. her 27th.— On Sunday
morning ilie macjrkd b t >dy of S. F, Warren
v;&i picked up oa i he railroad tr-cV. Thi-
L'orir.er'a jury deefdsd that he was robbed
!.y Samuel rt'hita arri ll. Tucker, beaten and
left [oaeMibh ou thu Ir tk, witra a traic
otrue'e and kilKd him. White and Tuiker
hi\e be?n trreattd, !"tit will t»y nothing ye:.
Sloop Capsized and Six Men Drowned.
Tallahassee, December 27th— A sloop
caps'zeil ia tl.e stream near the mouth of
Bayru Tixar. aid bix hunters — Alexander
Divty, B! 1 llo»arj, Noah Saunders, I'etrr
Saunderp, Bob Daccau and J. Jones — svere
drowned.
PFifßoracnsn : i Sca<
New Yoek, D;cen.bcr 27i.h. — Tbe bark
G;msbok, which ar-ivfd to d»v fi-cm Auck
land, r^pirtfl that :n October 9:h, at 4 c. M.,
whila runiiicg in a soutLwext gale and during
a thi -k tnow tqaall, a ba 1 of fire pas ed
over the sliir, irjaring F- h?r, tha mat?, in
bo".h wiiit«, t hirlee B.uu.bery, at the wheel,
in bjth legn, arid Hrrmsn MBkeley iv tbe
h;ad, breaking bo»h ftsa weights ; n i rlpp'ng
a plank from eff tie starboard boat, ex
ploded about twenty yards from tbe ship with
a kul rapori and epark« flying fr«.-in it like a
rocket. Strange to ,y, ther v. -■ no light.
■lii.: nor Ihunder at the lime.
At'.risy Id Tenneftftre.
K.sf'WiLLE, December 27th. —In the mouc
taioou* porti n of Hawkins county, about 00
miles from KitcxviTle, cjniurday night, tome
white men went to the hcu:e ct a Le^ro
nsmeJ Grty, for tie purpose of wh'puicß
him, cbargim; him wi'.h stealicK ho 6 -9. Trey
demiai'el adiiiittance, which was dtnied. In
the battle Gray wt s mortally woundac 1 , and
has eisee died, ilia step.?oa had a thi^h
broken by a hall, while n man- nam»d Jim
Williams was shot in the head, and is nil t >
be mortally woundec 1 . Anitner white m-n,
I name! 0.-rick, was wounded.
Twa Brothers killed.
Chatiakooga (Tern), Pnwuitwi 27.h
Two brothers named Ball .rd were ki led to
day by two brothers naited ,laco.vay, in r
quarrel. Ail uro men of prominence.
Tbrrai (.metrical.
Chicago, Drcemter 27. h —Highest tem
perature to-day, 3G 3 ; lowest. 80°.
Nm Yobk, D.cember 27ih— Mi j night.—
Iligheat -.eajperalura to day, 40° ; lowest, 32 s .
fUMBCMWi.
Thr I r; iir.-i « bambrr of brpullr*.
Paris, Dumber L'7vh.— Tho Clumber of
Deputies, today rejected, l.y s vile of ;>.">2 to
110, the amendment el Camilla Bei.itsn
reaucin? tho Tutiioian credi*. r.cd the vote
of credit was adi p e-l by 4il to 52. Thn
Ml creating a mixed cepj for Tunis wa?
adopted. The S.-nate adopted the budget of
cxpeuditurc s ia its entirety.
Fa Ihcr Floods in CcrnjEDy.
Beblis, December 27lK— In cDEacqner.ee
of eictinuntH rainc, the Khine snd it* trib
utaries »ro c xsiderably swollen, and traffic
is su-p:r,dtd on cevaral railroads in Baden.
Arnbl an<l Uli rtlaW tlllll
Sriz December 57 h — Arabi and his fcl
low-ixiitg embarked this afternoon for Cey
lon. There was no demonstration.
Wife Harder and -nil-. ;•-.
Berli.v, December 27ik— It. MarcD, a
well known writer ou poinical economy, snot
his wife and himself yeaieriay. Tna murder
aLd suicide were committed iy mutual agree
ment. Meron was pecuniarily tuibarrasaed,
and liia wife vras eutftrin-; from an iacurable
bodily ailment.
Sesndal 9n Hlsh LU«.
Dl'BLls, December 27th.— A dispatch from
Colerain reports that the wife of Sir Francis
Kioiord Wi rkrrau Ma:N»ghlin elopsd with
a yuung man whs was u^ent for the Mac-
U»rtn»y e<ta'o. Lviy MacN'aghiin hasseren
oV,i iron. She ii the di.ught<:r it William
Howird K-i-?e':l, Ll^D., the well known
newspaper corre pendent.
Sir Hnsb Ulan. Funeral.
MohTREAL, Dacembcr 27ih.— The faneral
f Sir Hugh AUia took place to day.
WHO KILLED MORGAN?
The recent move to raise a monument in
memory of Free Mason Morgan has called
up anew the question : " Who killed Mor-
Kan ?" An old citizen of Detroit tas on
his way down town yesterday when he
met an acquaintance and seized the mo
ment to inquire :
" I euppoee you know they are going to
erect a monumtnt to Margin ':''
"Oh, yes."
" Very mysterious death !"
"So it was."
" Generally believed thatthe Free Masons
killed him ?"
" Ye!, some folks believe it."
"Lst'g see— l think you are a Mason
yourself ?"
"Yee."
"Tnen you must know?"
" Well, I suppose I do."
"Then, sir, I demand to know who
killed Morgan !"
" Y"ou dun'fc want to know to-day, do
vqu f
" Yes, sir— right off!"
The Mason b-jekoned the old man around
ihe corner, looked all around to ste that no
one was near, and then whispered in his
ear :
" You won't give it away?"
"No!"
"On your solemn word?"'
"No!"
"Then I'll tell you— l killed him my-
Eelf I"
"Sir! yon are an infernnl liar !'' roared
the old man. " Yes, sir, you lie, sir, and
I v.Wfc Lave scything more to do with
you !"
It may never be known who killed Mor
gan. If people won't believe the murderer,
how are the facts ever to come out !
[Detroit Free Press.
Tin: Diskuition- ok the Comet. It
will be reoolkctcd that we nublished a
p^per tome time sinca from Prof. David
son, in which that gentleman held, after
careful observation, that the disruption of
the comet, as reported by fomo of the
Eis'crn and European oba*. rvera, was
merely an optical illusion. We notice,
however, that Eastern observers still ad
here to their expressed opinion that there
has been an actual disruption. R. Brooks,
of tl.e observatory at Phelpj, N. V.,
wiites to the Scientific American, under
date of November 4th, ac follows : " I
btg leave to cay that the reason why
the search fur my new fragmentary
comet, raiJe r.t Washington four or live
days after discovery, was unsuccessful,
is that it was made during the pe
riod of a full moon, which would have
rendered co delicate an object invisible
even if it had maintained the same brill
iancy it had at diacovcry. It did not,
however, but grew rapidly fainter, for in
twenty-four tourf — at my second observa
tion—it had become, as announced at the
time, both fainter and smaller. Tht small
comet discovered by Professor Sshniidt, at
Athena, four degrees southwest of the great
ccmtt, for which careful searches had been
made, notably the one at PriDceton, had
as qukkly disappeared, and likewise the
cometary masses sem by Barnard, at Nash
ville. The probability ii that all these
masses, thrown eft" from the great comet,
were rapidly dusipated or diffused. Al
though of such short- timo visibility, the
independent discovery by Siharidt, Bir
nard and myaelf of these different come
tary masses, substantiates and confirms
their reality."— [Sin Francisco Journal of
Commerce.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .
Odfl FfllowK'lUaleal Aid As- .-■^ir^.
sociation of Sacramento.— The auunil '/£?~\2&k~
meetinjj of the abovMrimcd Assot-ia- : . "'^*^^
tion, fur the election cf Directors mid '''W*^
the tramucti.u cf noenJ business, will be held in
i raUrni y Hall, Odd Fellowb' Temple, corner Ninth
and l\ strnctj, Sacramenlo, on SUNDAY AF"ltl:
-kOQN NEXT, December Hist, at 1:30 o'clock. All
ni.n.btrs of the Association are requested to be
present.
Tho Boar 1 of Direotorj of said Association are
reqneeted to meet a*, the Secretary's office, on tho
SASIt DAY, at 10 o'clock A. H.
U. lv. VAN UtUSEM, President.
''. -1. ''l.ltK. S t 'i-v'rirv. [B. CXI MMt
A urn- in Urdrr Furc»«er.— A rfR-'C J
nlar quart-:r'y mee*injj and election of otti- *5Ff
<-ers of Oourt b»cni:nento of California, No. ~gp?
O.i-01, A. O. F , will be held THIS (Thur..- flt
day) EVENIMJ, at S o'cloc'i (harp, ia Encanip.v.ii t
11*11. Odd Felkws' Ter.:|ile. RsM will be cnioreod
for MOL-atteiidancc. All Foresters are invit' d.
D. E. ALi:.\AM>EK, C. R.
w. l. pi-dhn, r. s [B.C.] iiaa-it
O. r. F. FrUnilahip < -i:. <•.: inee'H
evan-THUKSDAY EVE.NI.SG ut 7:30, at Firemen's
H.UI, Ei^-hih street. Assessment Ho. 0 becomes
delinquent January 15th.
pffiean for the tiuuit ;r six mouths will h* elecUd
Tills EVEM{\G. insUilation January 4ih.
E. R.'Tli.L, duel Cour.cilor.
N. E. Whits, Secretary. iLS It
v\Ta:>ted-a 8or::-:i;. h «nest, iisoib
y f leap, to work in stable and garden, and n!"!.e
bimsflf ieiiei ally useful. The rij,'ht man ran cot a
poid huncand p rmancnt plac IVJI. M. L.YIIX,
117 pad 111) J >treet. jtß
ri^ : > KENT-A FCBNISDED HOrsK COX- j»-?=sy
X tainins; 5 rooms, with bath and cluseti>. tr;
Hrld be renud on reasonable ttrms. Anplv '. HL
at No. If OJ 0 ftrett. [B. o.] iiis tl
TO KXHT-A BDI tX Or FINELY rOSHXBBBO
front rooms, wi'h all modern imi rovemebt-i;
ba;h, ?as etc. lii'iui'c over D. l>. Mills' 1 , k,
s :i.-c nd ■ nd J Ktn et.i ,'.■>::■*
* OWS FOR "" rannroiwiv
\_j No. 1 Ayrshire IVk, wi:h elves
by their sides; also 30 t>ns b^st cut Jn^f
hay, at my Kanch, three nii'es out, 1 nMiiw>
the "tocktou road. L'ecember Bth.
f-'3-Jt' ENo3 SARQLNT.
ARISTCS.
T3E THIRD AKStJAIi SELECT PARTY .>
of the aiove Club will be held at Turner jj«3
Uail, THIS (Thurs'aj) EVtMAO, becembc/ ■*
18th. lickiti may be procured ot iiic>nbc:s. UJfe
d'2vlt
Room* No. 1009 Fonrth Hull.
MPv?. JOHN CURRIE W.LL GiVE L T SSOSS
on Normal r.ible Study, THIS (TtiL-r'day)
At i CRNOON, and Tu-MORhOw (Friday) AFTEf •
NOON, at 3 o'clock. Mr. CURUIE will preach each
evening, st 7 o'clock, /s this is protmbly their
closing week of iabor with U", all interested ia the
work are requested lo come, and invite others. No
services on Saturday. d2S
PIONEERS' AKRDAL SOCIAL.
Friday Evening, Tecembar 29th.
rptlE MUSICAL AND LIT?RV*Y EXERCISES
_1 will oonauoo* at 8 o'clotk sharp, and it is
hoped the memb rs and Iheir friends will all be
pr sent ad s '.ved at thit time (B. C] d2S-it-Jp
METfiOPOLITAN THEATER.
IKIBWI r-a l ; iv,i» vinks
Of T!!K
CALIFORNIA THEATER COMPANY
COMJIfNCINO
i:-.rlnj- (»w lcjr>, January 1, Iss-.
With a NEW YEAR'S MATINEE,
THE BANKERS DAUGHTER!
Kond.iyaad Tuesday ErcDlns*, Jan. laDd'J
With new scenery, and a strengthened cist,
THE LIGHTS O' LONDON!
Wcdursilay aid Thnrsday Evenings,
MY GERALDIfvE!
Elegantly rcounk-i with New S;cnery and Ap oint
ment".
In rehcarsil ani will be irodu?ed,
Tbe Uallry Mavr !
The White Slave !
.Sibeila!
All put on the stage in errand style, ucder the
mitiegtaiß-if. of MAX FhkeMAN, ami Mr
BEN. TEAL, of tne California The iter.
«T Box open on SATURDAY, when sea's for the
season c:in t-o sectm-d.
riIHE La'GE AND ELKGANT FRAME /*iA.
X DWELLING, containing 12 looms, inMniT
good co-ditiun, tituated at No. TKi U "' r ""* rJ .iliL.
between Ssvehth tnd Eighth; lot 42xicO.' Ihis
riWwißi is deeiribly ant teutrally ljrated in tbo
fishi nable purt, ot tlis city, sin will be sold at a
tow pi ice and on easy terms. Apply to
CADWALADER & PARSONS.
d 2- Third and J ►treetg.
* •**■ x " E|Xl * ° A;u 1 rade marks, et -. tend
model and sketch. Will examine a T d report if
pawntable. Many years' practice. Pam; talet free.
N. W. HTZUKRALD & CO., Patent Attorneys
Wa>himton. V C. d2B-TuThS3m
OU'TJtiTn'NR FOH soLUiEus' widows,
«. £lH QV^Vi O Karemu, Chi dr.n. Auy ois
ca*e, wound, injury or drath cn t tie*. Increased
Iwi'.lics; backpay; di chinres procured. Deser
tion removed. All dues paid. Mew lairs Fees,
510 Send ftumo f r ir.«truction«. E. H. G L
bTON i CO., Pension Attorneys, Bjx 725. W»«h!ne
toD, D. C. d-J-TuThS3m
MISCELLANEOUS.
DR. LiGHTHILL,
OF NEW YORK CITY,
Begs leave to inform the public that he has
arrived ia S&cramento and opened an office in
the buildiDj; over the CALIFORNIA STATE
BANK,
rj-O 1 - 32S CT STC^CSESXua*
(Rcous 11, 12 and IS),
Whcro he can bo consulted on DEAFNESS,
CATARKH, »nd DISEASE 3 OF THE
EYE, EAE, THROAT and LUNGS.
For upwards of twen!y-Sve years, DR.
LIGHTHILL'S profee&iocal attention has
been exclusively devoted to the relief and
cure of these important ai'.mects, end it ia
with pardonablo pride that ha refers to the
success which ha has achieved in this
fp3cial department of medic J science. His
[■;'!■ irV.r.^ and iipplhocea for the examination
and treatment of the hidden cavities of the
head, throat and air p&t<?agcs ate original,
acd confessedly the most ptrfect of anything
of tfco kind v;t devi«d, erabling him not
oniy to reidi'y discover the exact nature of
the complaiur, but also to direct his applica
tions to the fi*HMd par's ho tff:ctually that
relief is e::ptricr.fiid at one?, and permanent
cures are often t fueled in the uao3t stubborn
a:i! aggravAted ■•i-c. And It is one of the
happy features of his practice that tho appli
ca'.ions cause ceitber pain cor distress, and
can therefore be r. :. ii. y administered to the
most timid or nervous percon.
A candid opinion will invariably be given
as to the probabilities of a cu:e, and i ■ catt
will be accepted for treatment whic.l does not
offer a re-sonabls chance of success.
S& Office houre from 10 a. m. to 12 St., and
1 to 3 F. V. rl2-2pliii*
IHE MOST POPULAR WHISKY
m^g IN THE MARKET
'^vise RWRLsypam tonic PBKfg
I |S§P p NC ABSOLUTE PfflnWiiWZJfc ,
' r *€r-K-A BEST FAVMIiTE.^^ »
FORMEDICINAL&FAKILY USE AS WELL AS FOSJI
H[ALTHY,fI£'£AHT Bi JH B ■ V. HB EEBttmHi
FOR SALE BY ALL GHOGERS I LiQUCn DEAL:' S.
nK^niOSBS» a
""*T r-C-- [\h!\E.,u".iL, v \i)l*LJ
WHOLESALE LIQUOR MERCHANTS.
a2UZ23 BUSH ST. SitfirRATCISCO. r.Vu.
Eli SAM I
CURES
«AT ARRI?, ASTIIIIA, CUOIP,
COCCUS, « OLDS
&IHCBHM OF T/ss HUOMa
t. v; ■■« axi> HIMIIH uegivh,
miuii •» tok KiMinri
AND IKJ\At:V TitUWtl
It Sbsohss tta Di:66S9 Thm&
the Blood and Eemoviii thß Cause.
*S" •■!ffsrrr»ov-, VnMlc Sprakcrn and
Voclist^, effected with Htareei'tss vr Loss o?
Voice, will llnl aln;>.?t iofltapatancoiM relief from a
single dose of MDiKIAN UALSAM.
For Gale by ail Druggists.
o:« lm3i>TiiTh3
KiRKTCEARYaTCO",
TnitlMUl AND :. 1 >.;L
DrtuachisTs,
NO. 416 J STREET,
ARE NOW OFFEKING A LINE OF
Holiday Goods
Euperior to anything berctof re offered in this
city, consiitir in part, of
Combination Intiri*. Ib rf-~*
l*iit«lim.<t E<*Btti(-r ; Ot'or } '.J .
»•;<; .>■-.> I »n^is; <;icve. j}*'^ ft
Fan si-<l HiiiKitirirMrf *s£[L£^A~-i
Itnsrs ; «or« BTM. S.iU fS^***s«l
Tullri^, X«r»rrt Srlh, »n- m^fcTfw^_j*i_
U!< »' Tr nrl 1;; » •*<■*, »v
«;« ll'- flun !. r: fflt.
XIIKKOItn in KcbroiJirci aid I'lain Plush, Roee
woid, Mali. _■ .v \ . Cclluluiil, Florence and Russia
Leather
CUT «U«SWA«I! for Fxtrrcta an.l Toilet, m
peat profusion, and a larpe t«sortment of cheaper
bottles for covering. Our assortment of
IVH«*P MWM«,II (otketa, carved or plain,
embraces over t»uity-live different patterns.
While our lar;re cs^ortmeiil of
H<ILIE>AIi K«()' S . 1. ■•■..•.< n any of our staple
things out <f fyht, it must be 1 orne in mind that
we c rry the most < xtensive vai icty ia the city of
e>cthin,' :<pprt:.ir,irj,' to the toi et. Our stock cf
French, hnylisi ard Ameri an
ntnmtb nwl oonpltte. Face Toilet mil
Nursery PovAui «'f every kind ; Puffs and Puff
Boxej; Hairclu'.h, Lath, Nail and Tioth Brushes
in every style.
<»ttt '.!•!' A\» I'.':- v, "I: ;;>-, ;,<.
partmentii in chweeof conipeknt PI armacista,
who will take crest plpa-iiire in showirg our ex
tensive ascrLinei.t to ;.I1 who may f *vor us with a
call. 026 Him
Peruvian
(CIN'CBOSA RUFRA.)
THE FINEST BtTTt.KS I* IBEWOBXB
THST KrFSCTIAUt-T CIRI
MALARIAL DISEASES I
VifaJize ttm bv?ttm, and arrest the ravaj.es o! ti •
dreadful Alcohol Habit, " DIPSOMANIA."
mr ktii roar DresxUt er trine'!Hrrch«B>
for Uipni. sit: 3perj
g] CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. X j
Wj H«*t Couch Syrup. Ta^tf**ct h >i. CU
\)n l'*e In iiuip. S<jid bydrugg'^H. EsJ
fIEHEBAL NOTICES,
There's net a ipeek, there's not a stain,
That on the teeth we chance to ice.
But shadows forth decay and pain,
If not removed right speedily.
By SOZ'JDONT, whose wondrous power
Works miracles in one short hcur.
a-27 3tTuThS
For»T rears' expeMc-nre of an old nurse.
MHS. WINSLOW3 SOOTHING SYRUP is the pro
scription of one of the best female physicians and
nurses in the United aud has been used fcr
forty year? with nc» er-hilinj; success by millions of
mothers for their children. It relieves the child
from pain, owes dysentery and ciarrhea, frriping in
tho bowels, and wind oolic. By giving health to the
child it rests the mother. Price, lw<:iity-ava Cents
a tottle. ulblyTuThS
A Card.— T» all «t« are saSerlns from
the errors aiul indiscretions of youth, nervoui
weakuces, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., 1 will
send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF
CHARGE. This ETeat remedy was discovered by a
niisiionary in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the REV. JOcEI'H T. INMAN, Station
D, New Yojk City. nIS iplyTuTh.S
Holiday Present*. — Finest line ever
brought to this coast o( Steel En«,TavinKS, Oil Paint
ings, Gold, Satin and Velvet Picture Frames, Vaees,
Pi ture Books, Game 3, Phctosraph and Autr.-n-.iph
Albums, Toilet Casos and 1 h'risticas Card?, the
finest in the city, at THf.OUORE \V. SCHWAMB'S,
SO4 J street, tile Royal St. John Stwiiig Machine
mm. dll-lm
Dr. ".-. Siar's : •■mini.l Pillit cere all
ca=es of Nervnus Dsbilitv and Physical Prostration,
such as Loss ol Vi^or, Nocturnal Emissions. Impo
tency and the many di-tr. ssi; i_- ailments c&used by
Indiscretion, Dissipation and Self-Abuse. This peer
less remedy invigorates and builds up the whole
p\Htem, repaiia u.wt*' and airetts decay. To the
Feeble and Infirm, to the Prematurely old, and to
all who iited a Umlth-Giviiig Tonic tl'.xir, t)t>. LA
MAR'S SKMISAL PILLS are confidently rocom
mcaded. Price, f2 50 per bottle. Sent by mail on
receipt of price, or by express, C. O. V., to any
adUr<iS3, secure from observation. Add-esi ail or.
ders to A. McCOYLE & CO., DrugaiMa, 504 Wash
incrton street. San FreLcisco. Pcetoitlce V>x 1852.
n2-3m
For tbe ladJen.— Pleiu>e ask ynnr ;.*;*-
Bicir.n his opinion of PUKU CALIFOK.S'IA PORT
WISE, PEPSIN ASDCUJSAYA BA&K«ombbwd,
as a ionic and Cure for Dyspepsia or Indigestion. If
oa*isfactory, trj HALL'S PEPSIN WINE BITTERS.
auC4-8m
NATIONAL GOLD SANK
Dc O. MILLS & CO.,
BACUAMFSTO.
ram ttAvma beposstaht.
kcoiulsok ca
Saa Francisco, Kcw York, Cliiesico,
! itirton, tatda, Fiiri.s, filutsinvr,
Eerl'n, Frankfort-on-Main, Vienniv, St. Petersbuiy,
Coptiihajft-n, Stockholm, C: i ri::Uf4na, Amsterdion,
Antwerp, Geneva, Vcaicc, and all o! the principal
cities of Europe
This Bank bza correspondents in Mexico, South
America, Weft Indies, Australia, ilomluln, and all
parts of the world, and spacial iacilities for making
collectioaß. ee!2-4ptf
hi a jH.\- r -i §y ULUnEi
«* 368. 3£
IS fTASEBOS!g£ , OK OTKEtt APPBi>TEB
mmi i,
AT LOWSST MARKET T^iTES. BY
OaJifemia State Bank,
S£CRAK£HTG GAi.!FQF:S:ft.
auS-tl
CAOWALADER TpARSONS^
y>EAL KSTATE AUD INSURANCE ACKKTS,
Corner T!ii.>! and J Ktreeto.
age:tt3
i-'hIOSJ iftSUBAMSE GO. CF EAH nUMTTOiII
fire i- :- .: Marine.
ED.V. CADWALADER, Notary PubUc, Cosnmb
slu'.er cj DcrKl* arid Conveyancer. JT2-'.lptt
FI"BAITcMPi
A FARM roNTAIN'IS'O ICO ACRES OFggSJ
y~% Land (2") :;< res in vineyard au.l 40 :icreB I srWr
X fallow), noar Swia^ Station, four—^"
miles from SacnuseDto. Price, $0,000, if sold soon
AMO
A \<w, Two-sior3' Frame nntlllns, con
l.ilnliis '•■" Luij/r Buomx, ICaili-room,
and :i\l rao^rrn lmiirovenaeals, ltltb
Lot ■>\ 1 .'.> tt-tt ; all well Improved.
I'KK't . 91 IMh IHaata on Ftllceutb
dMd mar 11.
W p GOLEM -&N
■Ti.* J Strrft anrrnmento
Two-s'ory Brl<k n^rcllinK. JI Hfreet. b*>
tweeu ISII t!i ai.d Tenth; 10 room?, with all
modern onvenienecs ; §10.
One-klory f^amr. VtTfl Bonnt?. Fif.fcr.iU
ttreet, oppusne BAOnBM&te Uran^uiur Schcol ;
$15.
So. 919 5i sJretl— Funr rooms and tlndlc,
fl2.
One ror.m ■ ■ JuMlan lin l.:i.:;; suitable
for an otii. c, ?j.
r";r>*«, sr..«»..'r*a3.
.1 modern- built. 11l BCIJI f:- :■•<• clwtli
ing, eiijht n»-jms, on line of f trect cars, $4,500.
A l:::f.r -i-in -':i r of ::<*-•-■; .'vcMiii^m ill
prices nngtng from ?1,500 to $0,000.
An «-li-s*:-i lo«. :-'Oi.lti\ corner Slxlb and
P streets; very Ijw.
"At:"* iv » '1 <i !■.< p-s: 1 of l!ic BfiH ::-..;
Sacramento county^
Bop and altuira land on B.iriamen(orlT»r.
A. Leonard &Bon
1018 Funrtb rtrrrt. S«ercn:enio.
__^____ au!7-Splm
TO THE TRADE.
JOSEPH RAILV,
J7OP.MERLY A MF.MBER CF ym,
V the firm of H. C. Kirk k Co , git£
wi.olpt.aln ('ru.ui.-'.^, l.r.yin/ re- .v?-^ ?S
Eastern trip, has npeced a r.tw- and &£/*&*?£ i
extensive Importinjf and Wholesale ?^r^_v
cstib.ishmciu at /M?P*t^ & **' g: *'v
MO J Strrcf, bttwrrn nrih and Si\:!i.
fscrr.tacnln.
Where wi'J he kept the fullest stcck of
Dings, Medicines & Toilet Articles.
In the department of TOI XT ARTICLES he has
hrousht to the market the finest and largest stock
of Holiday Goods ever seen upw this coirt. His
fire Parisian Goods, selected by himself in Pnri*,
will be opened this week, and "together with par
chases made per.-ouallj* at the manufactories in the
fa=t, will form the finest possible selection any.
whereto be f'Uml, and wffl be cold at the VEUY
lA>WFST KATES. These goods consist of every
thing i:i the Holiday Tra 'c, tu;h ts Dressinsr Cases,
in ivory. Celluloid, Rubber, Plush ani Woods, of
beautiful dusijrus aud finest quality ; elegant Odor
Cases, Perfumery and Soaps of all descriptions, both
American uid Foreign. A ttock of Urusja, 1 heml
caN, Medicines and Appliance*, of every
kind known to the trade, arc hem? imported acd
recdvtd from first hands : and having ju-it opened
an cPtircly n>. w (ht^iblishment, nothing but the
freshest and lat<*t w.ll be la stock, and all of which
will be sild EVKH WITH TL'E VEKY LOWLST
SAN* FRANCISCO BA.IKB. The business will be
conducted under thu firm name of
c2liftf JOSEPH H'HH R, GQ.
D 3. G. L. SIMMON
HAS BCTtntSBD TO SAOBAmSTO FROM
hi 4 VasU-r.i trip, and msj" be consulted at his
o v oftice. '213 J Bt'cet. (iao-2plm
RO^EDALE MARKET^
B. BENNBBY,
4 ~v JL ure in iufurmiiur irs friends Sjf&fa
and customers thit be has opened the TwfpjL,
above ma'ket, acd it is now in fu'l blast. — =*£i.~."C
He has a larjje and choice lot of Turkeyf, fat Gctse,
Chicken", Booth's Eastern Oysters. Fi h, American
and foreign Cheese <f all l.irds, Egr>, BJtter, and
all kiiris of Vegetables end Fruits. H;« are
flrrft clasH, ard will be sold at the very !o-.ve*t bed
ro-:k prices for cash, t lesse call aud tximine for
yoursrlf and >ou will fin:! it to your a-ivantaes u>
deal at the Ho-«iale Muket. ri'i3-'»3m
3TEINWAV St SONfe PIANOS.
A PEYMAN, 80LK AOSNT, IV3—W--V
i<L« »tr»et, tit. Sixth and Seriutb.jf* :' ■
»op*;t« O-.nrt.hnow. VUkHOS TO}i «^4t
LET Pt«T.f« »n]H >^>rt. ■!,-,„„«» Mji.Cr.trr
PIONEER LIVEHY STABLE.!
P. D. ECOIT2B ProprifVn.
HACKS OS CALL AT ~AKY HC:TR,«\
ray or uitfct. Orapea, Phaetons,
■ caw ys, Barccchtß, Budgie*, with tne Cr>Bt
'-. t ■o\-mxT3 to be round in any livery o'
. c ctwt, tor hire. Tie Ttm kert ie livery at r«a-i..i -
»Ue ra\t«. laverj- Stalle on Fourth »tree t, between
laud i.
_AMUSEMENTg. '
— CRA^D MILITARY AND CIVIC —
Promenafle Concert anfl Ball I
OIVRX BY TIIX—
SACBAJtEHTO.HOS*ABB AKD THBIR BAHD,
—iT —
Wew Year's Eve, Dec. 31, IBBS.
THE COMMITITE OF ARRAHGE- -vk
ments will spare neither time sor jBaL.
money to make this /[email protected]|
Tbe Ball of tfce Season.
TICKETS (admitting genileman and ladies), J|,
gents are requested to appear in
unif.irm. d27-4t
Now Year Ban and Entertainment
—OF THE BACKAIIKKTO — —
Verein Eintracht, at Turner HaLI,
SUNDAY EVENINC, DEC 3Ut (New Year's Eve)
} EXTENSIVE PREPARATIONS ARE IN p -y
Id progress to tuake this ball a grand MTiir. JoY
U'he entertainment will commence with n^gft
Grand Concert, after uhich the cbarminyihAl&
operetta, " The Gijisy Countess," which was received
with -jr.iMil app'.ause a short time asro, will be re
peated hy ifeueral request. At mdniglit, the be
ginning of the New Year will be hailed by an im
pressive Choral, sun£ by tbe Einiracht Singers,
with orchestral accompaniment, and in which the
whole audi. nee is requested to join. Tickets for
gentlemen, 50 cents ; ladies free.
d 27 -it THE COMMITTEE.
lew Tear Presents!
C - €> O 13 SS.
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF
NEW YSAB'S CARDS!
(FKE PRESENTATION.)
PAPSTEEISS,
In Silk and Plush;
JEWEL CASES,
DRESSING CASES, I
TOILET GASES,
Photographic Albums,
Blocks and Games,
Juvenile Books,
Children's Books,
Standard Miscellaneous
Books,
Shopping Bags,
Purses and Pocket Books.
CALL AND EXAMINE THE j
NEW ASD ELEGANT
FLORAL FRINGED BOOKS I
The Blrbest and Nearest or Presents.
Prayer Books and Bibles.
IN GS?JERAL.
For Lrdies : Purse?, Port«moimi>.ie», Card Cnjes,
Vase", Fciesnr Case?, Jewel Cases, Satchel?, Writ
ins; Desks, Portfolios, Music Hollj, Music folio?,
Olove and H^nc kerchief Boxes, Wo;k loxei-, |
Hand Basrf, line Papeti ri>>s, Fine Stationtrv. >c .
S'oss Albuma, Photcgranh Albums, Autograph
Albums, Ftrn Album?, Water t olor?, Brackets,
Picture Frames, Button and Hairpin Eoxea.
For Gentlemen : Pocketbook<, Memorandum Borks,
Diaries, Inkstancs, Gold Pens and Holders, <'.r.;
Cases, Photograph Cues, Letter Cases, CigrtrC - a, !
C's^irette Cases, Colbr and Cuff Boxes, Ash Re
ceivers, Dictionary Holders, Dressing Casos, Sha^'- '
intr Caws, Dreka's Blotters, Stacd&rd and Wised- i
laneous Ik>uks.
Finally, all standard, current, new, elegant and ■
complete works in Art, Science and Literature, a.)
ef which will be found in the spacious store cf
Y. A. A G. 8. Honghton, i
Booksellers and Stationers,
615 J STfEET SACRAMENTO, CAL.
n'.DUlm '
UNPACKING
All our nswrtincnt of
NSiW 1 OYb
AND
SEVSk.jGJCS-'Sr OOGX3S
——AT i
DALE <fe CO.'S.
nU istf
SM FRiin INSm,\
THE GENEILVL AGKNCY OF THK
DAILY BECOEB-UXION,
AKD THK
SASiAMNTO WEsELY MIUS
IN SAN FRANCISCO
•?.>. 8 Sew ftnntzomery Street,
mls-2ptf
TO MY OLD PATRONS.
X STILL OFFER MY VALUABLK SERVICES IF
Jt you are 6O unfortunate v to require them.
With a mind matured ar.d enriched )>y stndies of Eti
advanced order, I can eofulyny that there is hardly
a disease in 'he catalogue it human Ule that I cwi
not treat to a r.uccessful i >.ne.
LADIE2 -I am always ready to assist yon. My
paat knowledice has been increased by e.vtcnshe
experience. Ism now ab:e to trait you with the
certaiiif; of ruocesc. No cage peculiar to your dcii -
(ate or. aiiurji is beyond n-.y sure contioL
My Female Monthly Medicines are superior to wy
offerrd heretofore, and »i!l be warranted to have the
de«ired offect in aH cases.
Thoeo of the public who need my services can de
pend upon ccnileniinly, honorable acd sucr.liuc
treatment at rcsson^ble rates.
I address particularly those who harp been n-
Jured by youthful indiscretions, and those who
have eoiitri»ot?tl local dUcaeel
P?r»ons affliccd can, if they prefer, conj>cJt me
by letter, detailing the synptoms of the disease or
trouble, and receive medicine by express, with full
instructions. All letters must he directed to J H
JOBSELYN, 11. D., 226 Suttor slieet, San ITranci*
CO, Cal.
Cure wam.ite 1 in all coses, or no pay required.
Consultations, pjrsor.aily or by lttttr, irratis. Send
fo? book. Comfortable apartment* for patients at
my Infirmary (when desired), with experienced
nurses.
Consultation Parlors, 226 Sutter street, a/IJoinlu
the Youn< Men's Chnstian As^odation Builaing.
Office h .ars— From 9 a. «. to 8 r. x.
Mr niplam<i ! :n:u< In my ..flirt.
Purchase my Eway on Phy«iolutry and Han-lag I
For sale by all QSTsdeftlers.
J H. J«IC -H Y\, M. D.
Jy7-3plm
AUCTIONS.
AUCTIPN SALE
Ol—
SUPERIOR FURNITURE I
TWO CHESTS OF
CARPENTERS' TOOLS !
Brussels Carpet?, Etc,
— — OS — —
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1882.
AT K.4LTSKOOX. Ki>. 916 J SIKXET,
Between Ninth and Te»th, salo to commrnco at
10:30 a. m. slurp. Will Beil, in part, as foliiwa :
Two Elegant Walnut, Huilile-top C»>:ua
'■> i- Sets;
One A«b Set, one Elegant Parlor Set ;
One Walnut Bedsler»<l ana Mattress s
Two Kitchen Saffs, three Four.d Tablec, ore Eiointr
Table, two Euresiw, one Walnut Uookease and
Bedstead combined, one Cupcn Ranee and fix
tures, uv.e No. 6 Cook htovo and fixtures, three
Kitchen Tables;
One Piano and Cover-,
Fcither Pillows, White Blanket*. Ciotkaind Shawls,
Men' 3 ana Boys' Veßts, Lourgcs, Tables, Chairs^
two Che.-ta carpenters' Tools, Ben< h, and every
thing used ii atirstc ass carpenter shop ; Crockery
and Ul&s^ware.
aa- sale positive, -ea
BELL <t C».. Anelloneerx.
SHMBUfiI & SMITH,
DEALERS IN
NEW ASO sKi>M».;j\SW
FUENITUSE, CROCKEEY, ETC.
JUST DECEIVED A LAT-UE LOT OF
Furniture,
Extension Tables,
Chairs, Etc.,
From the Great HOLIDAY SALES in San Francisco.
Also, a Lnrge Assortment of
CEOCKEiT ft GLASSWAEE,
From the (LOSISC-OIIT SALE or J£LES
V-: IS*' d: CO.
S3T Ti.fsc goods are a.l bought low, and the
beruiit v.i.l Le shared with our customers.
SHERBTJRN & SMITH,
yo S?3 X Street Sacramento
PERSOXAL PKOPiiRTY r ! ,
THE UNDEESIGNKD, ASSIGNEE OF AMEs/
RAULE & CO., will cause to be sold at Publir
Auction, on
FKIDAY, JAM'AKT 3, IBS 3.
THE I'OCK (Mr-
HARDWARE, STOVES, RAKCE?, 2TOBE FIXTURES
Jnd PLUMBERS' TuO[S, situated in the Storffi
Building:, ncrtherst cor. of Seventh and J tts, in Saci
ramento ci'y. Also, One Horse and Wasuo. Tcrm'i
of sale : Cash, in jrold coin. Sale will commence a
10 A. M. of said day, at said sore. bids for th r'
entire 6tdLk on be made at any time prior to th \
auction, and, if acceptel by tbe undersigned, th
I stock will be disposed of at private pale.
dl6-cd H. HCKD, ftrtpißO
Holiday Goods!
Picture Frames!
MIRRORS!
NEW E.\€K4V!>GSand PinrEE I StAMKS
»4I>R TO OKI*?- - f.\
WHITTIER,
FULLER & CO,
1020 ana 1022 Second Street;,
ALSO, JfST RECEIVE*. AX EXTIKE SEW
ST«i a erF
[CHRISTMAS,
NEW YEAS and
BlilTisDlY
j Jt-iatf
j f
: ENGLAND
n ammonia
|j phosphates
tartaricacid
Cream Tartar aho Bi-Carb.Soda
NOTHSNG ELSE.
IMewton Bros. & Co,
nevTyearjs coming i
THE LARGKVT ASSORTMENT OF TOYS and
FAIiCV" G JODS ever offored in thie ci'.y, U at
DA.LI 3 & CO.'S
Xo. 625 J utrttt, Sacmniei.to.
X2T The Stirc is now hrautifully arranyed. TfcS
n'2O isltn
McOBEASx's PATEKT
FLOUR!
FOB BALE BY All. «.;:«. I I l:s.
f^ MCCREAP.T ft CO., SAORAMPVTO MILLS
V/. now manufacture ami V.it RUI.I.KK i'LOCJK
fully equal to tho WA.-.HI ;.:i..NK, „r an» i.thei
Minnesota Highjrra-te P«tcr t ft .i „ the
whitest, ctronrwt and bext Italcer* 1 and F.imiiy Hour
In the market. »nB-4plm
BLACR DIAMOND €OAL
AND SCREENINGS,
THB ABOVE \fHhl. KNOWN SCPERIOR
MONTE DIABLO COAL, the mcc> economical
Uut can be used for nteon;, U for ejlc h. loli to rait.
.at Black DUmoua L,»nd.K», Cantr* CcLt* county,
md at the office ol thii Uimpu.iy, souths at coni»
of rolaom mi s^ia «i«6ts, S»i Frandsc...
„„ P. B. COKNWVLL,
<•»■•■ PregluenJ B. D. 0 Jtt Co,

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