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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
DAJfLT VHIOM SERIES— L.-PIO. 10.1*:. )
DAILY KBCOSB BEKIEB-VOI_.XXV___I_L-50.n91. J
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND.
Advertisements of fire lines in this department are
nserted for 25 oenU for one time ; three times for 50
cents, or 75 cents per week.
ANTED — SHEEP ! SHEEP !— >»
WANTED — Cash for One Thousand 4E3&y
Will pay Caah for One Thousand g£ tS*
Good EWES. Inquire at the Wood Yard, JP*tT
corner of Fourteenth and J street.., Sacra •__-_-_-_--_U__»
mento. [n2B 3t'] W. S. FERGUSON.
Qf f*f* REWARD-OFFERED TO<=y
_\lvf a ny person who will return ia__S!C^
or give information of the whereabouts of {_____. a
a Sorrel Mare, about 7 years old, stripe on fore-
head, low heavy set, weighing about 1,300 pounds ;
stolen from S. A. BE-NTLEY's Ranch, Washington,
Yolo county. n27-tf
W ANTED-A CANVASSER TO SOLICIT PU-
pils for MISS CfiOTHIER'S Art School.
Call Immediately at 925 I street, from 10 to 12 A. m.
n23 Iw*
WANTED— YOUR SPRING BEDS AND HAIR
Mattresses to repair and make over, at low
rates. Also, Furniture Repaired, at CHAS. M.
CAMPBELL'S Piuueer Furniture Store, 409 X
street. nlstf
WANTED.
A COUPLE OF MEN WITH SOME CAPITAL
to contract to chop 7.000 cords of wood ;
also, 3 ranch hands, tin ; also, men to chop stove
wood, £1 50 per cord ; a man cook, $30 ; also, 3
waiters ; a carriage painter, $2 50 per day. Fe-
male- A woman conk, (25 to $30; also, S (.'ills for
housework, $12 to $20 ; also, 2 girls to do waiting,
$15 to $20 ; 3 girls to take care of childu'ii, $12 to
$15; also, (Tills for other work. Apply t.i HOUSTON
k CO., Employment Office, Fourth and lv streets.
ielSlptf
TO LET OK FOB SALE.
Advertisements of five lines in this department are
Inserted for 25 oents for oue time ; three times for 50
cents or 75 cents per week.
\ VALUABLE DOG FOR SALE-THE
undersigned offers for sale % large, Jjr^itZ.
valuable young dog, of the St. ■^•■'/fmv-mtr —
and Newfoundland breed. MRS. L. A. JOHN SON, on
Seventh, between H and I streets. n27Gt
TO LET-ROOMS-INQUIRE AT 824 N
street. n24.
Q" fA FOR SALE— A NICE CORNER LOT,
«?001/« SO by 100 feet. A bargain on the in-
stallment plan can be had if desired. Your broker,
CARL STROBEL, 321 J street, will give you par-
ticulars, n23.pt*
FOR SALE— A MILLINERY STORE AT ELK
Grove, which is doing a good business, and is
the ouly one in the town; terms, very reasonable.
For particular?, inquire of MISS E. M. GREER, Elk
Grove, Sacramento county. n'22-lm*
RANCH FOR SALE.- 640 ACRES H'2Kfc
miles from Sacramento ; a good house
on the place, one and one-half stories nigh, ' " " 1 "
with brick basement ; a good barn ; also, Orchard
and Vineyard. The above place is for sale very-
cheap as the owners are uot prepared to work it
themselves. Address, C. S. GRAY, Woodlaud.
dS2 2w
FOX SALE-A FINK STYLISH BUG-<_sy~ *
yy Horse. Can be seen at Dexter ti*Av\
Stables. WASH. MARION. nl(i-'2w' rCf\ .
Q,J AAA FARM FOR SALE— ICO«gj
*7?s£a\)\)\J acres hill land ; plenty wood VW
and running water; SO acres good plow land, ■ "■
on which fruit and grapes do well without Irrigation ;
small bouse and barn ; location good, only 27 miles
from Sacramento. Particulars CARL STKOBEL,
321 J street. n"lm*
CHANCE ABOOD HTIMMBH.
ON' AC OUST OF INTENDED <rfr;-3a
moval of the Brewery Business Qffß^ajJi
the .Sutterville Brewery, the buil.liiigsai]ilv<!_3i=2l£K
improvements if said Brewery, together with
about 5 meres of land, for sale at a bargain. Apply-
to N. TIIIELEN, proprietor, or CADWALADER i
PARSONS. ' n_.__.lptf
HAY AND GRAIN.
WE HAVE IN STORE THE FINEST STOCK
of Hay, Straw and Graio in the city, and
are prepared to supply our customers at the lowest
prices. J. GUTH & SON, No. 726 J street. 00-lplm
FOH SALE^
THE WELL KNOWN RESTAURANT, BAKERY - ,
Ice Cream and Confectionery Establishment ol
HENRY" Fl-HER is forsaie. This is one of the
best investments for an enterprising business man
to be found in the State. Call at 808 J street, and
eec for yourself. My object in selling is to retire
from buiness. [auSllml 111. NRV FISHER.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW BATE OF IN-
terest.'by PETEK BOHL, 825 J street. JelS-tf
CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC.
MARTIN KESTLER,"
MANUFACTURER OF .M.I. __-
kinds cf Bulges, Farm, Ra.". JtJßji -
Express. Freight, Header and \!9s -?
Quartz Wagons ; constantly „ii-_-_-_--_--S--_--K-H-_--________l
hand and made to order .-Lt lowest rates. All work
warranted, Repairing, et.:., done at abort notice.
Noe. 1010, 1012 and 1014 Ninth street, between J
and X, SacraHieuto. aul-lptf
J. E. PARMETER,
CARRIAGE PAINTER. ALL WORK DONE
\_y with Neatness and Dispatch, at tbe Lowest
Price*. No. 922 Eleventh street, between I and J.
Fine Carnage Painting a specialty. Please call and
Bee me. Sacramento, Cal. jylO-lp-tf
N. W. ROBBINS,
800 k Street, .-.rutin corner Eighth,
SACRAMENTO.
CARRIAGE TRIMMING. EXPRESS WAGON
Tops a specialty. Cushions always r.n hand
and made at short notice. 023—
MARKETS.
J. RHINER & CO,
Twentieth and II .Ireel*. Sacramento.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS ''l-'S^^baß
I'ri'Kh Merits an.l >_!;.-■ -. $U^
anil the n»_r.e delivered to any part Tf'''7r
of the city^ nlO-lm - — ltl ''
G. PHIL. HIARTMANW,
<>Ul!'.>rtL MAKKET,
-\TO. 41- X STREET, BETWKENUMMRMn
i\ Fourth anil Filth, i pin.site Me- Vii-'Cv '^f
tr-rimlitan Theater, Dealer ir. Fresh
Meats, Hams, Bacon, etc. Coa&Untty ■* '*
tit, hand, Uver Sausage, HirKt] sanga^ 'A i-Ti.r-
-wurst. Pork Ssoss Temk-rloin anJ Si>re ihs
Prices th* lowest. u"-tf
~ CT WEISEL & CO.,
IN) UK PACKERS,
"26, :i-_ -. Street, sncrnnieulu
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS AND eft_OA
Sausi_.-f< on hanrl. Highest Cisb'EjCy*
pric*' paid for all kin. ls of livegto-.-k. Coun* X_2e M ?_.
try ordera solicited. si-lpaii
?A^ HEILBRON & BR
CTTHOLKSALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS.
T t Hating porcbaaad the City Market, on J
Btreet, between Front ami Second, from P. Ilerzoir,
i*< sb-iU endeavor to keep tbe game Supplied with
tin- BEST of HEATS. We offer PiK^cial inducement*! !
to tbe trade, and being connect co with tbe alauch- i
ter-houM by telephone, we art prepared to take -ir- J
dere from -a. k . :•■ .'• v\\ Specul attention given
to ordera from the country. Live Stock bought at -
tlie Highest .Market Pri oca, jylu-ltn
METROPOLITAN MARKET. )
CONRAD BCHKPP, DEALER TV . wniLMii.
/ Frcah V. i', ot every discri|i- fl.^D|^^B
tion, southwest corner of '^^.vjjfyb
Tnelflh aud _'. Streets, Sacritinento. .
ITighcst cash prioe paid tor all kinds of stock, antl
the SUM sold wholesale and retail at the lo*< »t I
market rates. JjC-lptf '
n i i ii i.i" -
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE '
m:ib(iik(. a i.o.i '
"V"OS. M, 52 AND M FIFTH ST.. SACRAMENTO,
_|^ ilea:. - in Produce and Rre-ver-.' Supplies, Man-
ulacturera of Malt and all kinds of Meals ; oatmi-al, '
Cornmeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flonr, Buck- "
wheat Flour, etc. New Grain Hags for sale. Asents *
for Buckeye Flanr Mills. Marysville. jcl.lp J
ANHEUSER ST. LOUIS:
E5 S3 33 2E&, i
OX I.IHI'OIIT AT
GRUHLER'S SALOON,
No. 522 1 street „■ 10-lplml Sacramento. ,
PAINTS AND oils.
TLCHADDERDON.IHPORTERANDDEALER I
fI a {■ PainU, Oils, Varnishes, Window Olasn, ,
Mixed Taint*. Artist*' ard Painters' Materials, Wjd, '
Paper, .:. No. a 34 X St.. Sacramento. jyl7-lptf
The Pioxeer Box Factory
Still Ahead of all Competitor*.
COOKB&SOlSr i
— r BUM-* or —
_?ront anil tl (ktreet* Sarrsmenlo. *
jyi-tpit .
Sacruuicnto Planing Mill,
flartwell, llotrhklaa A Stalker, 1
varn.-Ui---S OX "
!"VOO!lS, WINDOWS, WINDOW FP.AMES. \_
/ IHii.-iis, X. ■'. rrrsri. Finish Eracaets. Scroll f
win?, Turais^ '■ also, Stair Work. Black Walnut, |,
Spanish Cedar and Redwood Newels, Balusters and \_
Rail. Cer.FiOLt and lifts , Sss:rtn-enUi. ttui tjilii- „
HALE BEOS. & 00. '
i
Z.ADIZIS'
Cloaks and Dolmans !
We are prepared this season to fully satisfy the demands of
our Friends and Customers for this line of goods. Our stock be-
ing larger and our assortment more varied, we insure a PERFECT
FITTING AND STILISH GARMENT FOR A LOW PRICE.
These Garments are made according to LATEST PARISIAN
PATTERNS, and of such material as is at present in vogue. We
append a description and prices of a few of the many lines we
carry, and shall be pleased to show these goods to any who may
call upon us.
BLACK MATELASSE DOLMANS, handsomely trimmed with Plush around Skirt
and Sleeves, with Ornament on Back. Price, $24.
BLACK BEAVER OR DIAGONAL DOLMANS, with Plush Trimming. Price,
§6 50 to $10.
SE L PLUSH DOLMANS. Price, 335.
BLACK BROCADED SILK DOLMANS, trimmed vith Silk Plush and Orna-
ments. Price, $2."> to 840.
BRIGIIT COLORED DOLMANS, of Fine Fancy Checked Cloakings, trimmed
with Astrakhan. Price, §13, Sl4, $15.
FINE BLACK DIAGONAL DOLMANS, trimmed with Fur, Astrakhan or Plush,
with Ornaments. Price, §16, SIS, $20.
"NEWMARKETS," in Fine Black or Colored Cloakings, handsomely trimmed with
Plush. Price, $12 50 to $25.
BLACK 1 1 AGONAL DOLMANS, trimmed with Fur around Skirt and Sleeves.
Price, S3 50.
ENGLISH WALKING JACKETS, with Plush Collar, Cuffs and Pockets. Price,
SO 50 to $12.
"RUSSIAN" CIRCULARS, in Black or Colored Cloaking?, trimmed with Figured
Plush. Price, SIG to $20.
"ORIENTAL" DOLMANS, made up of Heavy "Brochet" Cloaking, and hand-
somely trimmed with a Variegated Silk Fringe to match. An exceedingly Stylish
Garment, Price, $45.
" REDINGOTES," with Colored Plush trimmings. Price, $16 to S2O.
THE NEW RUSSIAN DOLMAN, trimmed around bottom of Skirt and Sleeves
with a Fancy Pluah. Price, $16 to $20.
SILK CIRCULARS, from $15 to $40.
Till LARGE ASSOBTMEKT OF \
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, DOLMANS & RUSSIAN CIRCULARS.
COMPLETE LIKE* OF
Plain and Fancy Cloakings !
With Trimmings to Match aDd Quilted Linings, For Sale by the
Yard.
country mm REOEIYS prompt AND car™ attsotn.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
Nos. 8-29, 831, 813, 835 R St., and No. 1#26 Ninth st.
PHOTOGRAPHIC PARLORS AND VIEW EMPORIUM,
So. S MONTGOMERY STKKI.I,
Opp. Palace and Grand Hotels [nl7-lptf] SAN FRANCISCO.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!
'JFICSA-TX-eC OK,SS-TO r O_l__D.
AT TIIE OLD lsrvilllHlll.il (OItSEK, TK.N'TH ASD .1 STREETS, SACRA ME*. TO.
M* PRICE LIST SENT ON APPLICATION. n3-4ptf
i_-___-_a-_----------B-------_w_----------___---aaßaaaaaaMMMM-S-_-----^^
____- MILLINERY.
FALL MILLINERY!
PERMIT US TO STATE THAT /Hmfnay>.
we have been receiving for tlr- J^3^*J?"'^ 7 A
iri-t two •.\e.-krr the Finest Line of t£^/^^p.^ig^
Tiinimt-d and L'ntrimmed HATS, sOJjjaa-^"*"'^
FEATHERS, BIRDS, VELVETS, RIBBONS, etc
Our lines of Ribbons arc now complete in all I lie
Shades, and we sball ecll them at LOW PRICKS. We
are pre pared to fill all orders j. romptly at M KS DAM ES
BARBER & PEALER'S, No. <_.'. J .1 . Sacramento.
auiiO-lply
LATEST STYLES
IN LA DIES' FINK TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
II ATS, can be seen at
Mr*. E. liat/en^lelt.'.. Mllllnerv Parlors,
No Uii-". J Hire 1.
Also in Stock, all the Late Shahs an.l Styles in
Ribbons, Feathers, Velvets anrl Plushes. Orders
rom the county promptly attended to. 07-lptf
Immense Stock
BUGGY ROBES & BLANKETS,
All Bought nt Jobbing Price*, and at
Lowest lash Discount.
WILL THEREFORE BE BOLD AT LOWEST
PRICES FOR CASH.
johntTstoll.
To Farmers: 610
jXugto*. Js^*, X STREET
rt.» member to /sT \ \VK .
vet tho best f£& \aVt\ r> -c-
Collar, if you Iff fc V\ B "' S,X ™ "»
want the best M V.l'-A 7- ?iV
work of your /ij V.fe A _J*sL t . h J!:_
animals. ffcS t \'\ STOL L ' S
State Fair MB ft 1 1 PATENT COL-
prcnitim_i_rhow BE V li- t J LARhasprored
su|ieriority elf t'li _-__W tho l>cs, ' anJ
my work in W A.BJ * ho ' n ' rcwe d
a 1 most every- via JrM-J demand proves
thina in this ______--P^ iuquaiity. Ise
business. TZ^^^y no others.
t-r r. re my Harness and Saddle* when
wanting to buy.
Address letters P. O. Box 54. Prices are as low as any.
J. B. PIERREPONT
(8 I ■_» to I'IERRKI'OXTi (JIOLI'XD),
House and Sign Painting,
CIALCIMINIXG AXP PAPER HANGING, COX-
/ tractor and General Jobber,
No. :oi X street, bet. gevenlband t'lchili.
SACRAMEXTO. nli-lplm
EBNER BROS.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DKALERS IN
*- WISE* AXO ll(|l«K'.
116 and 118 X St., bet. Front ard Second. Sacramento.
AOK-vrs for ma cit_,Enm tr.n
POM-lEIl' MII «.ltl\l> « lit .ll'AI.Mi.
f.'V. l.ilrr
PIANO TUNING.
GEORGE INK!!. THE OXL „f»n»-— - ;
I practical pi ano maker in '"""OKSm
and county, and Inventor of the v,, TTm
lin-Piano, Tunes, Repairs and Renews » " <■ if «
Pianos, Cr^ns, etc. A fire assortment of Pianos to
let. All work warranted. Orders left at Odd Ffcl-
lwos' Temple. Ninth street, between J and X, 1019,
promptly attended to. n7-lptf •
SACRAMENTO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1883.
DOLLS JJJOLLS 1
HOLIDAY GOODS AND TOYS!
In lar^c variotlc*, and of every description.
Mini for Price Lut. «a
MRS M. fTToHNSON,
Xn. SlO J >trce1....!n27-lplml..Sncrnniciito.
JUST RECEIVED,
A NEW LINK OF
x_._£>_.3Me:_£>j3,
Bisque and Dresden Ornaments,
At prices within tbe reach of all.
QEO T. BUSH.
Ite. 51,1 J street. [02.'--Iplm]...Snrrnnieiito.
NEW CISAR STOKE.
IjlOß A FIXE CIGAR, <_" TO THE
33 t>xrx_.>:: ~%rj_i-.i_x.___> t
Xo. till .1 Street, bet. Sixth anil Seventh.
nS-lplm AL. PLANT, Maiager.
Is- sos_>- i^ c^^^_k v^*7
u^ZsJprn'irSS^SSiSMfi l__J««i»«/l
/ '*''■''' '*■ *^^'-fa.'^.g-'yS^"'^ V"' r'^ v/
~" > (^«_K__^___i___^4__s_.__i la^^^^^^^^^^v\|hrMf
. *^.^.'^l--_HH|K^ VV 9v
V 'V^ktt _&__S_!3R_ftn___-_____-sf_ravlllm\*~ k -v
"TansilVs Punch."

One Acent (Dealer only) WANTED in every
town on the coast for this "America's Finest 5-rrnl
Cigar."
a-. 18. COR-VETXnr,
SOLE AGENT FOR PACIFIC COAST,
So. 933 Second afreet. Sacramento. Cei.
au__-«ply
7i a «. GRIFFITHS,
-X. 'H PENRYN
ta GRIFFITHS,
PENRYN
GRASITEWOEKS
%»j|f \' \ rEIKTJI. CAL.
"—^y|^Li_. rri HE BEST VARIETY AND j
___^ ______ Jl largest (j j M on the Pa-
T*"^M.i' cific Coast. Polished Granite
M . m amenta, Tombstones and Tablets made to order
BT I. ran BtilldtngMuiir < v., ftrr.»rd
and Pollahcd to Order. ollloCm
~~A SQUARE PIANO.
SECOXI>-HAM>. IX GOOD CONI)!-^^!
tion, fur sale cheap, at Warerooms offtT^j^n
L. K. MAIIflli:, Ko. .-,.0 J STKEET.
lptf '
6-JSBTSSS CARDS.
KI'BBEK STAMPS.
SACRAMENTO RED RUBEER TYPE POOH-
dry, Sll X street (Cluuie Building). FRANK
it. WING, manufacturer of sumps of all descrip-
tions for business purposes. Beautiful designs fur
marking clothing and printing cards. Indellible
Ink warranted. niO-ltn
GEO. BOl'.N'E,
PAPER-HANGER ANU DECORATOR, WITH
C. H. Krebs & Co., 626 J Btreet, between Sixth
and Seventh. _i-
C. /'.. li I.
M -STREET FOUNDRY. BETWEEN FOURTH
and Fifth. Cast Iron Founder. Manufact-
urer of all kinds of Cast and Rod Iron Rulings and
Fences. All Building Castings made to order.
s5-4plm
H. F. ROOT. ALEX. SMI-SOS. 1. DKISCOU.
BOOT, M.ILMKV A CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON AND BRASS
J founders and Machinist-!, Front street, be-
tween N and O. Castings and Machinery of every
description made to order. jv34-4nlm
r. roBT-Uu i. 0. fUBaMa.
1856. F. FOSTEK A CO.. 1.«3.
BOOK - BINDERS, PAPER - hULEKS AND
Blank-Book Manufacturers. No. 319 J street,
between Third and Fourth. Sacramento. jy2Q-*ptf
TELtPUOKE PEAK IXC HILL.
CORNER J AND FIFTEENTH STREETS,
/ Sacramento. H. D. VANDERCOOK & CO., Pro-
prietors, Contractors and Builders. Manufacturers
of Doors, Sashes, Frames, Blinds and Moldings.
Planing, Turn! \ig and all kinds of Mill Work dune
on short notice. The fitting of Stores and Offices a
Specialty. ly!2-tf
ARCHITECT.
JAMES SEADLE.I (FORMERLY OF" BABSON
& Seadler), has removed his office to Koom 5,
Sutter Building, southwest . corner Fifth and J
streets. J>" tf
J. in max. Jit..
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, 506 -«
J street, betweei Filth and Sixth, fe^.
das always on hand a c'-oice variety C line ft-/ *■
Watches," Diamonds, Jevclr* , ric. acs-lm BaUffig
JAMES McGIIKE.
MANUFACTURER OF ROAD SCRAPFRS,
Iron Doors, iail Cells, Shutters, Railings
Gratings, Housework and Blacksmltbing in general,
No. 520 X street, between Fifth and Sixth. Second-
hand Doors for sale. je22-4ptf
8. CARLI. ' ~ »- 1. OROLT.
CARLE A CROLY.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
j pared to do all kinds of work in their line, in
city or couutrv Principal place of business, Sacra-
mento Shop", No. 1124 Second street, between X
and L Postoffice Box No. 410, Sacramento.
jei;-4ptl
WM, (iUTE-VBEKGEB,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MA-
chlnist, Front and N streets. Manufacturer of
Gutenbcrger's Horse Powers, Patent Ground Roller
and Clod Crusher and Bailey Mills. All kinds of
Hydraulic Pipes. For sale, Three Miller Patent Hay
Presses. ml-lplm
J. A. CDN.MXCHAH.
SACRAMENTO BOiLER AND IRON WORKS,
I street, between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet Iron
Vvork, etc. Changes Portable Boilers from Wood to
Straw Burners. Hop Stoves made to order. n.f.-ti-H
LOIIS SLOSS A CO..
DEALERS, CORNER OF FUONT AND L
streets. Highest price for Hides, Sheep
Pelts and Tallow. Butchers supplied with Salt,
Paper, latest improved Sausage Machines, Stuffers,
Lard Presses, etc. Prompt cash returns made for
all consignments. felS-4ptf
w.MM__wro_-__--...rr . —i. I .■_-_-___— --I. ■__ „ ■_.
PHYSICIANS MD SURGEONS
T. A. SMDEK, SI. ».,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, SOUTHEAST
corner Second and X streets. Office Hours—
9to 10:30 A. It.; 2to 4, and 7t09 p. m. Residence,
913 VI street, between Ninth and Tenth. m234ply
«. B. CLOW, M, 0.,
PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON' (LATE OF CHl-
cago). Office, corner if Sixth and X streets,
over Spieker's Drug Store. Residence, corncrNinth
and F streets. n7-lm
DBS. til. l l.<M_<- A VOSS.
CORNER SEVENTH AND I STS., SACRAMENTO.
Office Hours :
Miss Dr. Kellogg— ] Mis? Dr. Goss —
9to 10 A. M. 8 to 9 A. M.
12 to 2 p. M. 2 to 5 p. M.
6 to 7 F. M. | 7to 8 P. M. 826-
UK. LAIXE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— OFFICE AND
Residence, No. 3.!-! J Btreet, between Third and
Fourth. Hours— B to 10 a. M,3 to 5 and 7toB p. m.-
Office of City Superintendent of Public Schools at
same place. ses-inl_n
CHARLES E. Pl* XII AM, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office — removed to 818 Eighth r treot, between
11 rirr-i i. Residence next door. or.r.v hours till 9
A. m.; from Ito 8. and 0:30 to 7:30 P. M jyl3-lm
Dlt. NIXON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE-
tween Ninth and Tenth. New. 918 and 920.
Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A. M.
Office hours— to 9A. M.; 1 to 3P. a., and even-
ings. jyl4-lm
WM. 1.1 i l.l: I l__-l-.«.». M. 1...
OCULIST. AURIST AND PHYSICIAN FOX
Diseases of the Throat. Office, 429J J street,
corner of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank, Sacramento,
Cal. Hours— 9:3o to 12 A. m.; 1 to 4 p. m. Sundays—
9:30 toll A. m ; 1 to 4 p. m. jvl-tf
W. a. iiitrison, at. ]».,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, southwest corner of Seventh and J
streets, in Bryte's new building, up stairs. Resi-
dence, southeast corner of Seventh and N streets,
Sacramento. Office .urs : Ito 3 and 7toBp. M. ;
and on Sundays only, 7 to 8 P. M. Je2s-4plm
DR. A. F. BRINE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
the University ol Berlin, Germany. Office and
residence, No. 621 J street, between Fifth and Sixth,
Sacramento. Office hours— 9 to 11 A. v., 3to 6 and
7 to 8 P. M . ,1.,-tf
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HOME AND ABROAD.
The -Speakership Fight • airfield's Grave—
An 11-MksMM Preacher Arrested for
Forgery— A Monstrosity In Georgia - I><
, airncllon by Fire— Family I',. l. mini by
Paris Green — Temperance Boom In In
diana — Electric locomotive Headlight —
' Affairs In Foreign lauds
[srßCUl. DISPATt'IIIU TO THR RXOORn-I'MON.I
DO-H-MTIC NEtTS.
The Spralirrxhlp.
Washington, November 2Sth.— Carlisle's reople
are so continent of success that Blackburn has »l
ready signified Randall as Chairman of the Commit
tee on Appropriations under the Kentucky Speaker.
[SECOND DISPATCH.I
Washington, November 2Sth —The Speakership !
contest begad in interest to-day. There were but
' few arrivals on the morning trains, and it is not he
-1 Oared that over fifteen new members altogether
1 dime to town. But few of the New Eujrland or
Middle States Congressmen, barring Pennsylvania,
are expected here before Friday. The catena will
probably not be held until Saturday night. At mid
night yesterday Randall received news of the death
. at Williamsport of his aunt, Mrs. Walter S. Rob
erts, and he will attend her funeral at Philadelphia
on Friday. The greatest intcren now hangs upon
the 46 votes of Missouri, Texas, Wisconsin, Geoigia
and Michigan. There are not many members of
these delegations m the city, and their votes seem
to an extent doubtfuL The Carlisle men claim at
lenst eleven votes from Missouri. The Randall es
timates on paper only c aim two or three votes
from that State, and yet it is known that Pennsyl
vania Lxpects at least seven votes. Georgia, Ran
dall's friends say, will stive him at least a x of her
nine votes, acd possibly eight. Still, the delega
tions will not be upon the ground until to-morrow.
The Texas delegation is also in doubt. Randall's
friends claim two tt the tan votes. Whether he
- will receive one or two of the six votes of Michigan
' seems in doubt. The Carlisle men say Randall has
I not a single friend in the delegation.
The Star to-night prints a statement, said to have
been obtained under a plea of secrecy from two
, close friends of the respective candidates, which is
as follows :
R. C. EL c.
Alabama 5 3 Missouri 3 11
Arkansas 1 4 Nevada ' 1
California 3 3 New Jersey 3
Connecticut.... 3 .. New York 16 4
■ Delaware, 1 .. North Carolina. 4 3
Florida 1 ..Ohio 5 8
Georgia 6 3 Pennsylvania .. 11
Illinois 3 5 South Carolina. 3 3
Indiana 2 7 Tennessee 3 5
lowa. 3 Texas 6 4
Kentucky 1 7 j Virginia 8 1
Louisiana 3 - West Virginia. . '_! 1
Maryland 4 . . Wisconsin '1 4
Massachusetts ..2 1 — —
Michigan 6 Totals 99 91
Mississippi 3 2
"Milllonairdom " at a Discount.
Nkw York, November 28th.— The World, Stnr
and other city papers comment severely on the ab
sence of the national flag or rther decorations on
Monday from Wil.iam if. Vanderbilt's mansion,
Fifth avenue. The World says : as the military
procession passed the magnificent residence, occu
pying an entire block and destitute of a single dec
oration, a running fire of hisses, spreading from
compiny to compauy, gave evidence of the indigna
tion of the soldiers at this omission. The Seventh
Regiment, when opposite the mansion, asked, in
their peculiar monosyllabic unison ethod, "W. 11
V.ndtrbilt, where in your tlig'.**' Tho Star says:
A noticeable feature in the Evacuation bay proces
sion was that milllonairdom wis entirely without
representation in the vast concourse of men in the
line of march, and the men 'and women on the
streets bhowed the muscle, sinew and grit of the
American people ; but the millionaire das', hid itself
in English club-houses, or behind the window
curtains of ptlatial mansions. The biases in front
of the Vanderbilt mansion Monday ware significant
of the indignation which his indifference to popular
sentiment has provoked. The barquet at the Hotel
Brunswick of eighty of these wealth New Yorkers,
calling them set yes representatives of revolutionary
families, also provokes criticism, as it is stated that
the larger proportion of the representatives were
Toiy descendants, or heirs of merchants who were
conspicuous in revolutionary times for commercial
peculations rather than patriotic sacrifi.es. One of
the chief toasts at the banquet was, " England,
with all thy faults, I love thee still."
(.aardlng <-urti-i«l'>» Grave.
Chicago, November iSth. — Colonel A. F. Rock
well, who was one of the most intimate friends of
the late President Garfield, has been interrogated
concerning the published statement that he is ex
erting himse'f to secure the establishment of a per
manent military post and guard at the grave of
Garfield, Colonel Kockwill Bald it is not true he
had not done or said anything toward securing any
neb protection, but he was of the opinion the pres
ent guard or some other watch bhould be continued
at the tomb until a permanent vault is constructed,
and the remains securely and safely placed beyond
the reach of ghouls. It was of the utmost import
ance that the country should not be startled and
h' rrified by the report of the desecration of the
national grave, and he would be emphatically op
posed to leaving the remains unprotected in their
present exposed po i'_.>-. After the election of the
proposed monument there would be no necessity for
a guard
ia guard
Grant and I lie Republican Outlook.
Philadelphia, November 2Sth.— Grant, who came
over to Philadelphia last night, after attending the
wedding of Miss Drexet, has returned to New York.
He said to a reporter : "New York is certainly Re
publican when the party is undivided, and 1 don't
see anything just now to divide it. Itis idle even
to ha-stird a guess at the probable Republican candi
date for President. Ohio is still Republican in a
Presidential year, and Pennsylvania is sure, there
fore the outlook is very premising for the next
year's contest. There is considerable talk of Tilden
in New York as the one man who can carry the
State, but cm lie': Are his friends not too san
guine
Postal Telegraphy.
Chicago, November 28th. — A Washington special
Bays: Senator Edmunds is preparing a postal tele
graph bill, which he will submit to the Senate soon
after Congress meets. His idea is to have trunk
lines connecting the Capitals of the various States,
with the National Capital as the main center, and
then have lines in the States radiate from the State
Capitals to leading postoffiess. He is opposed to
purchase of any existing lines, and has had consul
tations with telegraph experts and collected a mass
of figures bearing upon the actual cost of building
the telegraph line?. He has also examined the
litest system of putting wires under the ground.
He called upon the President yesterday and had an
interview with him. It is not improbable the
President may recommend a postal telegraph in his
message.
Electric Locomotive Beatlllglits.
CHICAGO, November 23th. — A seeming meteor ap
peared aw down the Western Indiana track rush,
ing toward the depot list evening. It was tho new
electric locomotive headlight, the glare (rom which
was very strong. One third of a mile of the track
could be plainly seen lr m the cab. A party of
railroad men took a short run in two coaches to test
the new light. They went twenty miles an hour,
but the light never flickered. Returning, the gla'S
in front of the light was broken and the result was
still better. Power is given by a three-horse power
engine attached to the locomotive and taking steam
from the boiler. Only one test has been given be
fore, at Indianapolis, a few weeks ago, which was
equally satisfactory.
Arrested Tor Forgery.
Chicago, November 2S*.h.— E. S. Bowdisb, ex-
Methodist preacher, was arrested in Minneapolis by
tbe United States Deputy Marshal and taken to St.
Paul. Bowdish was divorced from hie wife > ears ago
on a petition filed by her. Since that time he has
been encaged ir. the real estate business in Min
neapolis. The crime for which lie was arrested was
forging his former wife*i name to an order ha', ing
the mall directed to berforwarded to St. Paul, where
he obtained possession of and opened it. Tin- pen
alty for the offense charged is two years in tie
penitentiary. Bowdish was taken before Commis
sioner Cord" From the evidence it appears that
Mrs. Bowdiah had trouble in receiving her maiL
Decoy letters were sent to her, and these were deliv
ered to Bowdish, who presented an order for them.
His. Bowdish swore that the orders present by her
divorced husband were forgeries, and he was held in
default of (1,000 bail.
A .Monstrosity.
Chicago, November 28th.- In the eastern part of
Georgia, on the Oconee river, a negro woman has
given birth to a monstrosity, which has tw > sepa
rate, distinct and well-formed faces, one set of arms
and lower limbs, two teeth in each mouth, the heads
well covered with hair, and the two thoroughly
united, and all the features so far mentioned belong
ing to a properly developed child, save the union of
the beads. But the body in front is only one, a'
though two spiual columns are in the back, and its
shoulders and limbs are covered with hair, fine and
silky.
A Temperance Room.
KsoKoMO(lnd.), November 2Sth.— night Jas.
Dunn close! a series of temperance meetings, which
lasted forty-six nights without intermission. In
this city of 6,000 inhabitants, 1,700 names have been
signed to the pledge. The meetings were moved
from church to church until the largest in town
could not afford standing room. and for the past two
weeks the Court-room has been used. There arc
twenty-two saloons in town.
Poisoned by Pari* Green.
Cleveland (O.), November 2S:h.-The family of
Conrad Mosc, of Mount Gilead, consisting of "four
persons, was poisoned yesterday, and for a time it :
was thought no on* could recover. They ate cab
bage soup for dinner, and investigation developed '
the fact that pan's green had been used to destroy
worms on the cabbage plants.
Billy McGlory's Ambition. 1
New York, November 2Sth. - Famous Billy Mc- '
Glory, whose place was recently sold. told a re- '•
porter last nigh;: "My agent bid In Armory Hall i
to-day for me, and I've got the next building in J
Mott street. Now, I* 1 just pull down all th. - old *
buildings, put up a big one. aud I'll hive hell on J
earth there, and don't you forget that." *
The lire Record. I
Watkrtows Qg. V.), .November 2Sth —A large fire J
is raging at Cap i Vincent The firemen and an en- J
gine have gone hence. at 3.14 p. m a special to the J
Tune* said : The St. Lawr.-nee- Hotel caught fire and J
now the entire block is destroyed. The total loss is '
estimated at $75,090 '
Kansas Cnr (.Mo.), November 2S'.h.— An explosion *
occurred in the basement of the wholesale drug ,
house of Meyer Brothers, Delaware street, near r
Sixth, about 5 o'clock v. m.. and immedlttaly the
building was in flames. The engines responded i
promptly, but owing to the combustible character ol ,
tbe stock, could do no more than keep the fire with- _
in the limits of the walla The building was gutted, i
and contents are nearly a total loss, the damage is ,
r__ft-*____a_a£_«fi__l4-____Hl____,.l_r_^._e__s~' - l
estimated at over £100,000. The watchman is re
ported mining.
St. Paris (0.1, November '.Sth.-A fire to-day
destroyed thirty-five houses. Engines came trom
Urbane, seven milej distant, anil in-^n throwing
water in twenty-seven minutes alter the receipt of
the telegram . Estimates makes the total loss
$140,000 ; insurance, $40,000- mainly in Phoenix,
tjuecn and Home, New York .
Katlroad Archie nt.
WORCnmn (Mass ), November SSth.— A ear in the
rear of the Boston, barre and Gardner train went
down an embankment just after leaving North
Worcester Station this afternoon. Betwten twenty
and thirty passengers were in the car, all of whom
»ere mote ot lesi injured, some seriously. A car
load of surgeons has kfr'. ■to Nortli Worcester. The
wounded will be brought to thin city as sown as
possible.
[SECOND DISPATCH.I
Willi mil, November SSlh.— The embankment
down which the car went was SO feet high. Of the
00 occupants, 37 wire injured irnoiuljr, and require
medical attendance. Tis most dangerously injured
have been brought loth. I'r'.v Hospital here. The
others were removed to their homes early this mora,
ing. No cause is assigned for the trouble, although
the car wheols aim rru.k, which were but I'.ltlc
broken, have been thoroughly eX-MtfaMd.
Anoibrr « ..111. ill. i lit Less Captured.
Nrw York, November 2Sth.— Miss Mary Ellen
Donahue, daughter of | stri Donahue, of Su Fran
cisco, was married to BatOß J. Henry Yon Schroder,
of Hamburg, Germany, last evening, at Urn house
of Cardinal McCloskey, by Vicar-General iJnTnn.
Only relatives were present at the ceremony. After
the reception the briJe and -room sttrted* for San
Francisco, where they will he given another recep
li" i' the house of the bride's father. Later the
groom will take his bride to Germany. Among the
guests present wire the families of D. O. Mills,
John Roach and Ogden Mills.
.Senator Anthony lit Again.
Nk» York, November Senator Anthony
had a ecvere attack , f illness last night at tin- Filth
Avenue Hotel. His physician said he was i.'.i:
from aurtrinc convulsion, caused by an enfeebled
condition, he having long been suffering l-> -m
Briffht'a di.ease of the kidneys, and having on sev
eral occasions been prostrated in a similar manner.
lie recovered consciousness subsequently, and passed
a comparatively comfortable night. His condition
is much improved to-night, and his phvsreian hopes
for a speedy recovery, unlets the convu'slons car.
Derision or Rallroed Commlsrtlonem.
Albany (N. V.l, November 28th.— A decision was
announced tc-Jay by the Board of Railroad ('.. it.
missioners In the matter of the complaint of the
Chamber ef Commerce and others against the trunk
lines, alleging discrimination against on goods
shipped west. The decision was written by Com
missioner (XDonneQ, and sustains the complaint
against the trunk litres, and condemns the whole
system of polling. It recommends tecla-slfieation
from first class to third c.is ( i bags, brown sheet
ings, denims, tickings, oilcloth under ten feet in
' r:-_ir. r! bales ; also to change to class two domestic
prints, bleached goods. Canton Hanuels, hemp, car
peting, crashes, canvas and warp,
Hl.tisir and lhe Surplus Br\rnue.
PiiiLnDßLriiiA, November SSth.— The I'resn to
morrow will contain a letter from James Q. Blame
to Charles Emory Smith, editor of the I'rens, stating
Blame's objections to a distribution of tne surplus
revenue "I the Federal Government among the
Hates, and proposing as a substitute.if the national
Government no longer needs the tix on spirit--. Out
the entire amount it yields be paid to the States.
\e« Drpunure on I'm' Excise Question
In Sew York.
Nkw York, Nini-.r'lrir 2Sth.— The police have
made a new departure on the excise question, lt
I. .is been discovered that by Chapter 175 of the laws
of IS7O, any cimvi ition for a violation of the excise
law shall forfeit the annual license ol the person
convicted. For thirteen years the law his been a
dead lettci. To-day Acting Superintendent Thome
issued a general order to the Captains* directing
them to arrest without warrant all persons who were
found selling liquor who had thus forfeited their
licenses. A large number of arrests were made dur
ing the afternoon and evening, and the prisoners
were held to bail until the question is decided by
the Courts.
A Duel to the Death.
Lancaster (Ky.). tfo.ember 2S.h. — Judge George
Danny, Jr., late this afternoon, shot an.: killed
James H. Anderson, in the hallway leading to Den
ny's law office. Denny had been informed that An
derson would shoot him on sight, and armed him
self with a shotgun. Anderson approached with a
pistol, and Denny find and missed, lie retreated
into the hallway, followed by Anderson. A close
conflict ensued, when Denny seized Anderson's pis
tol, drew his own and killed Anderson instantly
Denny is ex-County Judge.
Concession Expired.
New York, November .Bth.— lt is announced that
the concession granted by the Fmperor of Brazil,
authorizing the American Fab grapb and Cable Com
pany to land a cable, has expired, and the project
has been abandoned. This has led to a new agree
ment between the cable company and the Western
Union Telegraph Com;, any.
The Sew York Republicans.
Nrw York, November 2sth.— The Tribune says:
Tne Republican enrollment m this city is » splendid
success. The total of 23,011 names enrolled is nearly
five times as many voters as Vok an active part in
the old association. The action of tin- party in this
city now, in all preliminary business of the canvass,
may be considered as something like a fair repre
sentation of the opinions of the Fepulrican voters.
Children All Girls, and What 1.-mr of If
Wateriiirt (Conn.), November 28th. Public in
dignation against Truman J. Smith, of Watertown,
a farmer, who assaulted his wife, breaking her leg.
because their children were all girls, culminated last
night in a visit to the house by wenty young men,
with the intention of taring and feathering Smith.
He fired into the party, and Myron Hard was pain
fully injured.
The Arbitration Conveiillon.
PiiiLioELPiiiA, November 2Sth.— The Internationa,
Arbitration Convention to day discussed resolutions
urging a national code of international law, ami the
establishment of international arbitration societies.
All editors and clergymen wore invited.
Two Miners Killed.
WiLKESIiAKRR (Pa.), November JSth.— Rich
ardson and Ira Liinlstr, miners, were instantly
killed to-day, near Wyoming, by an accident to '.he
bucket.
Killed while "It silng" a Train.
Erik (Pa.), November 3Sth.— A dispatch from
Harbor Creek, Pa., says : About 5 o'clock this after
noon the Lake Shore train, bound east, struck and
killed Peter Ratusky, a Polander, aged 40, who at
tempted to steal a ride on the west-bound freight
train. He leaves a large family in Dunkirk, N. Y.
A Scene Sol ou the Bills.
Dcs Moines (la.), November 23th.— During the
production of the play of " Friendly Tip," with W.
. J. Ferguson as the dude, at Foster's Opera House,
this morning, he was attacked by a bulldog used in
the play and severely bitten . The dog came near
killing him, and it was a narrow escape. The dog
was shot. After half an hour Ferguson again
pluckily appeared, and the play proceeded.
Another Harder aud (suicide.
Chicago, November 2S_h.— la the town rf Lake
this evening, Fritz Kuammel, a butcher, went to a
house where Emma La Veuve was employed as a
domestic, and alter an altercation shot her in the
heart, killing her instantly, lie then turned the re
volver to his own mote and fired, and fell dead.
The causo was that the girl had deserted him lor
anothel man. The in in bad a wife and four chil
dren in California, from whom ha was divorced here
latt year.
Tlirrmomrlrlrul.
Nkw Tore, November ZSth.— Temperature 40 and
3-*; growing windy.
Chicago, November Temperature 41* 3iid
30*.
Death.
PiiiucKLriiiA, November 28th.— General George
li. Cane died here tc-day, alter an illness of a week.
— — . — _* — . j
FiifKF.lflX stirs. I
Trance and China.
Paris, November 23th.— Ferry, Prime Minister
and Minister of Foreign Affairs " General Oampe
non, Minister of War, and Id -ir.i! PeyrOD, Minister
of Marine, attended a meeting to-c'ay of a commit
tee from the Chamber of Depot - "on the Tonquin
c edits. Ferry imparted to the committee the text
of the Chinese mcmirn'um The commit'ee
unanimously appioved the French reply, ami de
elded that it was u.lncce-fary to bring the matter
before the Chamber of Deputies prior to the debate
on the Tonquin credits, becacs •, tirst, there existed
no diplomatic rupture, ami second, the Government
bad promised that the Yellow Book should contain
the memorandum ani rep Toe Chiots-i memo
randum stated that France had imposed upon the
Government of Aiiim an unjust treaty, and had
ignored the rights ol China. Franco had invaded
Anain, and manifested an intention to reduce Bat
ninh, the key to the Chinese Empire. China de
sired, nevertheless, to maintain pacific re
lations with France, but the Chinese
troops would be compelled to resist any
aggression. The French reply was that Prance
had no wish to annex Anr.ni or ToDquin ; that tho
sole object of the Hoe treaty was to define the terms ]
of the treaty of 1374 ; that in order to consolidate a r
protectorate for Tonquin, France considered it x
pedient to occupy Bacninh and Sautay. But there '
was nothing to prevent an equitable arrangement i
of the question on these bases, from which France ,
had never swerved, sad Irish were indicated in the
treaty of 1574. Ferry* explained that lie had ad
dressed a note to Marquis Tseng, Em
bassder of China, in which be had made -
suggestions that sjiecial powers he intrusted to the '
military chiefs, for the purpose of effecting an un- 1
derstanding, by which China should surrender ]
Bacninh and S.nitay peacefully .o Admiral Courbet, .
and that a definitive settlement could be negotiated
afterwards. The above note cro sed one from Mar- *
guis Tseng, drawing attention to tha fact that l
French troops were thon present in Tonquin, hut ]
without defining their locality. Marquis Tseng
afterwards declined the prop sal of Ferry, but tne '
latter believes the Embassador acted without await- I
ing ins ructions from Pekin. General Campenon "
stated that measures had been taken to dispatch i
6,000 troops forthwith to Tonquin, without recourse '.
even to their partial mobilization. Admiral Peyron 1
informed the committee that he had received no fresh (
dispatch from Admiral Courbet, whose operations
hM began, or were on the point of, commencing at
the date his last dispatch-November ly.h— when '
he announced that he had completed the cor.cet.tra- ,
tion of his forces for an attack on Bacninh. Hebe- J
iieved Admiral Courbet aw.ited the arrival of the *
transport Corrize, bearing 600 troops. She is due I
in Tonquin to day. Admiral Courbet has been given t
full latitude to act in Tonquin, and he (Admiral ,
Peyran)bad every confidence in his prudence and ,
energy. J
Tin committee met again this afternoon. Itis 1
believed the report of the committee will recom- ]
mend that th' Deputies grant the 9,000,000 francs i
asked to be voted, as the Government has declared ■
it would aivait the reception of further news from I
Admiral Courbet before asking for any mor* fumJs i
tor the Tonquin campaign. the commit. elected .
Ramon Renault reporter. The rod in tbe commit- ?
tee granting credits was 9 to 2 in favor. '
(DAILY UItHUI) LSIOS Si !!.!>.
I lOLIME -Itlll.-SIr'MUKU S3.
lin the Clian_ber of IVputies, Cluiiieiic-eau. on be
• half ol the Extreme Lelt, requested Fl rr> to fur-
I nish an explanation concerning the MM menio
ntivlum relative to the proposed attack M l.u-i.iuh.
I Kerry declined to reply. Clemeueeau will report
the question to-morrow, sod if an answer is not
Then riven, he will briny the nutter forward \__\ the
shape of an interpellation.
It is stated that Kerry requested the committee
upon the Tonquin credits to postpone for three days
the presentation of a report to the Deputies.
Hick* I'a.haS Defeat.
Cairo, November 2Stb.— The Greek Contul at
Khartoum, 1:1 a telegram of the SV th, says Hicks
Pasha's force* » ore surrounded near Kontofan and
utterly destroyed. A pattk prevailei at Khartoum.
Brilliant Theatrical Event.
Paris, ashes' 2Sth.— The inauguration of tha
Theater Itatien last night »;».-» a brilliant and in-arid
k'iia performance, that 11:11,1 mark an epoch in the
tri.iitir.ir_i of the ltalien line stage in Paris. No
seats wire to be bought, there beiug only invita
tions, and these we especially written f< r every seat;
with all the forethought ■ ( invitations to a ..inner
party. Everybody was in full evening dress, and
tho audience »as the most splendid which has been
gathered together in Puis for many years The
American colony was well represented by Minister
and Mrs. Morton and Mrs. Hack »J . whose toilets re
ceived special tribute from b'igarv.
A King's Itlrlhduy.
Maprid, November iSth— To-day was Alfonso's
birthday. The King and Quota held a reception,
attended by 2,000 persons. The decree abolish
the right of Cuban slaveholders to punish stoves
with stocks .ii d fetters was gazetted to-day v*-"-^
T- . Trouble In Ireland.
E . uu, November 28th . — -.treat excitement pre
vails »t Newry, owing to the hostile feeling between
the Orangemen and Nationalists. In consn.iuenco
of placing Newry under the Peace Preserving Act,
the Nationalists have resolved to meet on Sunday
outside the town. The Orange placards have been
torn down.
further Labor Trouble*.
London, November 2sth.-Twenty-fiva hundred
operatives of the Titus cotton mills, Bred! or i hava
been thrown out of employment iv const quciice of
the Strike of sixty spinners.
Seventy. rive thousand cotton operatives in north
east I-rii.v ißhire are determined la nssiat the pro
posal to reduce wages five per cent , end a great
strike is feared .
Mcur'TßßAh, November .Sth.— The cigar operatives'
strike bas ended, after six mouths' idleness
Tne Paris milliard Mulch
Par's, November tßth —In the Miliar match to
day, Vlgnaux made rung «f 158, in and lib. At tho
close of t.t night's plsy Yignaox's score wa-» 770 ;
Schacfcr, 513. Kach played I. tunings. Scores for
three nights: Vignaux, 1,800; Scnacfer, 1,713.
Wintry Higher.
y.>\rKKM. N« ViMlil'er 2_>tli. - The Cold is intense
here, and snow is f.illint.
Schooner Abandoned and Hank.
KisiisroN (Ont.), November 2Sth— The schooner
Eureka, of Oswego, loaded with coal, was aban
doned yesterday near the main docks and sank
shortly afterwards. The crew were saved.
The Manitoba tire.
WiNii'Rii, November tSth.— Kat Portage, the prin
cipal town in the disputed territory of Manitoba,
was visited by a disastrous conllagration yesterday,
destroying nearly all the business part of Ontario
and Manitoba streets. The rival forces forgo; their
differences and united to save property. A ktg ft
gunpowder was used to low up a .onl. rii., to pre
vent the spread of thi lire. The explosion shattered
all the glass in town and wouudtd many persons.
Many are in destitute circumstances. Relief com
mittees have been formed, and contributions are
flowing in freely.
Iti.w sl an Election In -levtcn
Kna York, November 28th.— A tel. gran-, from
Galveston gives ths details of the recent municipal
flection at Sabiuos tladildo, in Mexico. Santos, a
lawyer, was the aristocratic candidate for re-elec
tion. Beriqnes was his opponent The Mayor de
termined to be elected, or else annul the election.
IK- mustered his forces about the polls ao 1 allowed
none to vote, except those who favored hi! ticket.
Soon alter the |«'ii^ wire opened the opposing
party— about thirty or forty strong— Hied in around
the polls, whereu}K>n the guards ware ordered to
fire. They obeyed, wounding about twenty oppo
nents. Several have died, and a number of others
are not expected to recover. It is thought a new
election will bo ordered i;. tbe Governor.
[For further Ufapotcl-tt tea til and ith Pajc. ]it
_
FACT AND HUMOR.
Affectation in any part of our carriage
is lighting op a candle to our defects, and
never fails to maker us be taken notice
of, either as wanting sense or sincerity. —
[ [Locke.
Simperton—" You've heard that Browne
baa married again?" Chittergale — "No.
Has he? What » foal ! He dilu't de
serve to lose his firat wife." (They took
• comfort at the buffet.)
' A Missouri town that was visited by a
cyclone last year has just bam devastated
by another. The inhabitants don't like
this method of catching their second wind.
— [Philadelphia Chronicle-Herald.
Robert Comwell, of Henrietta, N. V..
\ had an accusing conscience. His wife, uu
; sus.ectingly, joked him abent his fondness
for the hired girl, and he, thinking aha
. knew all, eloped with the young woman.
" Does your Helen remind you. of Heleb
of Troy ?" she asked, sweetly, as the sofa
springs flattened under a pressure of 160
pounds. " No, not precisely ; yon remind
me more of Helen of Avoirdupois," was
the scaly reply.
When a man's wife comes in and sees
him, razor in hand, and with his face all
lather, and asks him, "Arc you shaving
it's a provoking thing for him to answer,
"No, I'm blacking the stove," but it is in
human nature to so reply.
Long Branch is said to be the oldeat set
tlement in northern New Jersey, and it
baa a church built in Queen Anne's time.
You see, a church at Long Blanch is used
so little that it doesn't get worn out, and
lasts a long time. — [Boston Post.
It is easy enough for a millionaire to get
his family into what is called "good so
ciety "in New York. He advertises a
large free lunch and brings the society
around it, and his family immediately be
comes as popular as boned turkey.
Baskina hasn't much to ray against the big
hats at the theater of late but his remark
in a stage whisper, the other evening, ttiat
lie could tell a pig in a poke, caused several
young ladies in copious headgear to mur
mur " brute," nnd then bins!, like so many
red peonies. — [Exchange.
Right on the heels of the Republican de
feat in Ditto cornea th._ distressing news of
the death of " Dr. Shrieahooaki, formerly
the leader of the Cz eh party. " We hoped
this blow •v. . n:d havo bin spared us. But
what the dickens is a " Czech " Dartv '.' It
can't be any Czicker than the Republican
party in Ohio just now.— [Norristown Her
ald.
The latest way of making a raise comes
from Clinton, Mass, , where it is said a lady
mixed a batch of bread which failed "rr ri3e,
even after a lav of twenty-four hours,
She did not wish her father to Be-: the waste
of flour, s.r she buried the dough in the
o.irden. The next morning her father
called hr'r cut to see an enormous white
mußhrrom of an unheard-of variety that he
had disco. He was calling bis neigh
bora to see the r-urio_.it; , when his daughter .
enlightened him an t., the nature of the
plant.
Senor Lucas Nequiras Saez, a .Spanish
gentleman, who emigrated 70 years ago to
America, lately retured to his native laud
in a vessel of iris own, taking with him his
whole family, numbering 197, not includ
ing his sons-in-law and daughters. ii: law.
He hps three times married. His first wife
had 11 children at 7 births; his second
had 19 children at 13 births, and the third "
had 7 children at 6 births. The youngest
of bis family of 37 is 11), and the eldest,
who is 70, has a family of 17 children, of
whom the first-born is 47.
Member of French Legation : "I no talk
Anglaise vera veil. Yen I pay ze wine, vat
I ziy?" Congressman — "Yon say 'Come,
let us smile.'" M. of F. L.— " 'Coom
let ism iie. ' vera goot. Yen ozzer man say,
'Coom, letismile' to me, vat I ziy zen?"
Congressman — "Then you say. ' With
pleasure."* M. of F. L.— " 'Wiz plaisir ;'
but if I no want to 'smile,' vat I zuy zen ?"
Congressman — " What are yon to say wben
you don't want to drink ?" M. of F. I.
" Oni. oni." Congressman — "I don't know.
I don't think there is any such expression
in the English language."— [Philadelphia
Call.
No Choice.— He was in the Police Court.
The Judge said: "I shall give you yonr
choice ; yon can either work ten day a on
the street or pay a fine of $20." " What 1"
ejaculated the prisoner, " work on the road
ten days or pay a fine of $20 ! I n't see
any choice in there, boss. I'll tell yoa what
I will do. I'll shake the dies with you,
beat two horses ont of three, to see whether
I work on the road ten days nr you pay me
§20. But the way you put it, there ain't
no chance for me. I caa't take no such
risks as that, .Tudco ; I can't, on my honor
as a gentleman." But he did.— [lexis
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