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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
VOLUME LL -NO. 115.
ft AX FED— FOU>* 0.
1" 0.-'.--A SMAI.I.IU.ACK AND TAN «. - ____mk
J Slnt. tour months old, with slight 7>-3sjE
scar above tin- nose, A suitable -«£«»<____-_
ward villi be paid the person returning her to
owner a*. 1421 N street. jy3-tf -•
WED— A COMPETENT NI'KSE GIRL.
VV IC or 17 years of age. Apply at Booms 2
and ", RCSS HOUSE 1 street, between Tenth
and Eleventh. i____J_
WANTED,
A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE MAKER, S3 50;
./__ also, a first-class carriage blac_smltn.*o .*';
a general country blacksmith, good wages; 8 men
to drive header wagons, Sl; also. .> milkers, ..w.
a man cook, SO; waiters for both city and i«ran-
t-y,530t0«35; 2 hay balers: men for orchards.
(30; 2 men for country stable, !>»; a sh« P u «™*
er. Female-20 girls for housework *-l- to tea,
also.g_irl« for various other work Ap^plyto
HOUSTON & CO., cor. Fourth and k ste., .Sac-
ramento. ''- ''._
FOB SALE-TO LET.
'JACK FOR SALE.- A KINK LARGE av ~~~
,) .:...;. lately front kcntuek. •; ■**BA
Harold: ■■..'■•-'"- '-'■'■" i"' ;>"!*: a -""."! _J°W
performer an<fa sure foal-getter: vmatSmHa
be sod cheap i: applied lor soou,iil(..\\.CJLlN,
Pleasant Grove, Suttc£eq*mty._ jy3-tf -
Harms.— i have NOW FOR SAI.K. agj
\p some of the very choicest aud well mi- v»w
proved Grape and Fruit farms in the low— *—
rolling hills of Placer county, at very low prices,
Highiy improved land near Sacramento and
Florin. Unimproved Hop and Orchard land on
Sacramento river. Grain land as good as can
be found in the State, with or without improve-
ments, from iS, to $■!•"> per arte. stock farms
from 85 to il per acre. If you want to buy a
farm of any kind yon will do well to call on
CARL BTKOBEL, the Broker. 321 .1 street, Sacra-
mento. I also have a few choice building lots
and houses at bargains which will bear Investi-
uatio . .iy-'-i'.l..al'.
lIOR.-'.ES FOR RALE—] STILL _*\__i*
T have on hand a few line Horses 'i.^iT^
for sale on L street, between Sixth and ii__2_U
Seventh; will be there till July sth.
jeSMw* 1,. 11. MARTIN".
FOR SALE^AFINE THOROUGH- ~.n, ,-.
■■-• ft !"ir-t Premium .!•-. •■ Cow. J*W»S)
Inquire _t northwest corner Ninth W "Wl
and F. .ic_*-.IW i* iit
FIB s.AI.E— A FIRST-CLASS BEAUTI-^pi
fui residence; l- room-: all modern .':««•
improvements; lot. IliOxltiO. Inquire onflßSß.
the premises, northwest comer Ninth and F
streets. .!'■-> IV _
>*^V 'OR SALE— 2S7J-J ACRE FAR_I;«JBK
£»*';] ■''•'' a'' '- in grain: twe flowing springs Vfet
«Li-l» of pure water: ■'" acres can l.<- irri »
gated; adapted to cultivation of Alfalfa, Corn
and Hop-: all being the finest quality of Vine-
yard, rruit and Grain land; large new bam and
two-story frame dwelling: situated one-half mile
from ru'llroad. Also, a number of desirable
farms of choicest soil for Orchards and
Vineyards, for Corn, Hops and Alfalfa; all ex-
traordinary bargain* situate in the lowerfoot-
hills. [nqnireof P.. N. iil'i BEY. je27-tf
P.- AND ORGANS FOR „jgESj»M»j
Sale. Largest Piano House TrPV^naif^lK
Sacramento. -old on -in monthly*? ? ! fl
Installments. New Pianos and Organs to rent.
F. R. RABD, corner Seventh and .1. je-C-lui
F7IOR .-'AI.E-PIAN'OS AND ' 'i;- -f^Jfc-M.
. gana (standard make-, in ">J^*™ a ss___iW
variety," cheap for cash, oi casyiu-JJ <_ ' I*
stallments. See them liefore buying.
je2l-Jm A. .1. POMMER. ,*<i'i J street.
1-10RSAI.E— A SPLENDIDNEW DWELL- <•**=.
1 ING-HOUSE; brick I basement 7. feet ffljjjj
high lot, >0x160,0n line of street cars.liUL
House i mains 8 rooms, with bath, closets, etc.,
gas, hoi and cold water, and every modern con-
venience; grass plat, with choice shrubbery and
plant.-:: Cement walks; also, a fine stable. Will
be -■ Id at a sacrifice as the owner is about to re-
move from the city. For [.rice and location ap-
ply nt this otlice. jcJhtl'
FILE— AT KAPLAN'S, 808 .1 STREET,
between Eighth and Ninth: One Ebony Easel
Mirror. One "Winthrop'' Range, One Walnut Bed-
room Si ".. Highest Cash Price Paid lor Second-
hand Furniture. Goods stored at reasonable rates,
jell-lm
POR SALE-FOUR HEAD OXEN"<_^(JHB«_W_,
t weighing mi 1.100 to Ifi*) /MBWImmI
j.mnds each: extra No. 1 cattle, t|**TT
well broke, in good condition; one **' **
yoke ore good leaders. NATOMA WATER AND
MINI.'-' i CO., Folsom. jc7-
ON'i.V -FOB SALE GOOD HED
Lounge; also, one " Garland- Range, nearly
new; very cheap. Repairing and Upholstering.
Furniture hought/at < HAS. M. CAMPBELL'S,
■'."'.I X 5:.",-et. apHl-lptf
FARMS FOR SALE!
For >- 000. With Crop, 160 Acres, Two
miles from Florin. Sacramento county: 140
Acre- iu Grain, :; Acres in Vineyard. _' Acres
in Orchard; Dwellirsr, r, rooms; stable for 6
Horses; fi Good Welts for Irrigating; living
spring of water on the place. Tiiis i- a fine
place; -.. ' ileep. aud free i'r..m Ipan;
spltcdM Fruit or Grape Laud.
4, .10(1 Acres of G lain Land, In Volo County,
•. for the extremely low price of SI .TO per acre;
The" Holland*' in-, containing!!."", Acres;
"iJ Acres in Hops. 1". Acres in Pears, lv Acres
in Ailalfa: Largo Dwelling. Bam, Hop Kiln.
Poles: nil Farming Tools; one mile of tne city;
does iot overflow. Price, frll.oon.
;t4,orni Acres of Good Grazing I. and in 1
' Siskiyou county. I'rice, >:> 50 per aire.
_ OTHER FARMING LANDS IN
VAKIOI'S LOCATIONS.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Sweetser&Alsip
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
No. :t".'. Fourth street, Sacramento
jelfi-lp
HOTEL FOR SALE.
pi SE PAYING PROPERTY." SITUATED ON
I' ; i>" line of C. P. IL R. The Finest Summer
Kesorton the Coast. Mountain scenery unsur-
passed, i 're'.iaiil. Vineyard. Vegetable Garden
and Fine Pleasure Grounds attached. in Eal-
ing Station forall tn:ius. Grocery Store and Par
doing SfooA business. Will >ell on reasonable
terms nr excliange for land. For particulars
apply to TEBBS .. KENNEDY,
je-7-..w lllne Canyon.
NEW PIANO FOR SALE.
« NY ONE DESIRING A MATHCS-ig-SC*
.A HEX I'IANO (Square or Cprißht).rnTn
can Obtain one on very reasonable terms, and at
a low r>:*.». by upplying at this olhce. ml ■ -,t'
MONEY TO LOAN !
ON" ESTATE. AT A LOW KATE OF
Interest, ly I'ETER P.oin.. 325 J street.
JelC-tf
MUItK VI..
i ! i ■KMANEN'T CURE ! ul: SUPERFLUOUS
7 '_/_. t.a'.r, freckles, pimples, black worms, wrin-
kles. :.'.::. moles, scars, clears complexion, and
all disfigurement of the face: positively guaran-
tee* not to injure the skin. Experience luis
shown,' during my 27 years' practice, that those
.cases are always alike which are advertised,
therefore Ido not need to see the patient. Spe-
cifics can l-e »cnt to any address. to; Pi pI'PEK.
127 Montgomery street, Sau Francisco, jel-lm
ATTENTION*!— UM*E CHAPEL'S FRENCH
. V Female Jills: valuable in irregularities ol
mont-dy periods from cold; etc; price. S6; ladies
in dclie.ite health and oilier conditions shou'd
Use :.'u 1:1. Ad.'.re-s MRS. DAVIES, LM Kcarnv
sv. '.-•'.. •'sdiforiiiii and Pine, s. K. nil'i-lp:m "
■ i—i wini-n-nr 1-—-— wi—wiim —
JOHN T. STOLLS "
FIRST I'KI'.III M
5..*.-LX>X>HiIII ■ra^.ESE!
•a Has INTo "Ec_unl! "ff*
liirect Importerof n Full Line of
SADDLERY HARDWARE, ETC.
MMsafactnreir of SADDLE-., HARNESS COL
LAR'7, SNAKE whips. Etc., of superior quality.
No. i.io X street, Sacramento, <:tl.
_ dt:i-iptf _
AMERICAN LAUNDRY.
o, '.'. iEI iii- BOOK-STORE, NOS.
70S ar.d 710 J street. Orders left at office or
principal Hotels promptly attended to.
jCII-lplm S. I.. t'ool.KV. Proprietor.
PAINTS AND OILS.
JK CHADDERDON, IMPORTER AND DEAL-
er in Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Window Glass,
Mixed I'aints, Artists and Painters' Materials,
".Vail Faiier, etc No. 2W X St., sacramento.
jj-17-lj..tf
HALE BROS. & CO.
»
GENERAL RESETS!
In trading, it stands all in hand to find
some House that will mark goods all through
their stock at uniformly low prices. We
firmly believe that if you make a careful
comparison of our qualities and prices,
general results will show us to be LOWER
IN PRICE, quality considered, than any
House upon this coast.
We are each year gaining more strength. .
Our House is fast becoming known to the
utmost recesses of this coast. We ask for no
trade only as we may merit the same. We
are putting forth our best efforts to please
and suit the masses, by giving the very best
goods at the lowest possible prices, and shall
never rest until we are satisfied that every
Department of our House stands in the lead
of all competitors in low prices, good goods,
and the largest assortment.
We ask you to compare our prices through-
out the House, and see for your own satis-
faction just what we are doing, and just how
low we are selling the best grades of goods ;
thinking as we do, that you will find our
prices quite a saving in the long run.
COUNTRY ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AXD CAREFUL ATTENTION.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
Sos. s*_*l, 831, s:]:{, 833 X <tropf, and 1020 Ninth stroot. Saeramonto.
V^^m^mmmammmamwaamjtAammmm^mammmMmwT^wmimim^mmm*
__j___c>.*tsr.___:__""L'*D'*3
ECONOMICAL SUBTRACTION METHODS.
mill' ABOVE TITLED WORK, JI'ST Pl'B-
-1 lished. gives economical rules forobtaining
resnlts in IT. ACT lON'S without reducing them to
a common denominator. Also, gives many eco-
nomical rules oiierations in SIMPLE NUM-
BERS. These rales are original. They are not
10 In- found in tin- works of any other mathe-
matical author. They are general iv their ap-
plication. Teachers, pupils an.', all whose busi-
ness necessitates mathematical calculations are
especially invited to examine tlie •>'•"• For
1 sale at all bookstores in Sacramento: 1-7. H. Gup-
pv, San Jose: S. liavis. College City; J.B. Elston.
Woodland:.!. T. White it Co.. San Francisco; and
W. 1! Hardy. Oakland. Agents wanted. Author
and publistier, J. 11. LEONARD, Woodland, Cal.
Iplm* i
NEW STORE! NEW COODS!
CHAS. BOCKRATH,
"DRACTICAL MECHANIC, HAS OPENED A
1 Plumbing, ..a- and Steamfitting shop, So.
-;.: X street iclnnie. Building). House and
Sewerage Ventilation a Specialty. All work
done v. ith dispatch, and warranted.
jm-'Mphn_ GEO. T. BI'SII. Manager.
NEUBOURG & LAGES.
Star Wills and Malt House.
"HOI'S. MALT, PRODI ..KAIN. FEED
11 and Br-wcr.,' Supplies.
1016, 1018, 1020 lilili St.. Sacramento.
CiT* Exchange Sold en all the Principal Cities
in Europe. nil -1 pt f
ANHEUSER ST, LOUIS
BEE It ,
OS li i .IIT. AT
GEUHLER'S SALOON,
No. "..'i.i street, fjt'Wlplm] Bacramento.
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
t 1.1. PERSONS BITING STONEWARE FOR
j\ domestic . ;|»...- should exercise great
caution, and purchase none but the home manu-
factured goods for the following reasons: 'I he
polish or glazing on the home goods is finished
with clay and free from all poisonous substances,
snch as manganese, litharge, cobalt and lead,
all of which are injurious to health and very
dangenins. jell-lplin
J. F. HILL,
No. 1003 J street, Sacramento.
SCFACTCRER OF ,r__T_t- N
Carriages, Buggies. i .^__Tjsii-s--
presJs. Thoroughbrace and*^*.rjT7>^ s
Quaru Wagons. Dealerin <>ak.^~*^ ' ***
Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokes. Fel-
lies Bows Kirns, Shafts and Poles. Manufact-
urer of Ihe • LIGHTNING'! HAY press Send
for Catalogues. ni27_-lptf
.
FACTS, WITH PROOF:
'IV SHOW WINDOW of 11.— f-— .
1 Kuehnel contains the -;iir.. '-■■ I I I
of BOOTS ami SHOES to be '-''Hn
in his store, at No. .st!l .1 street. -.-.era-Blj
mento, where can i.c found the best tm%
quality, at the Lowest Prices. He £;£•%.
' I.ND! Its XLI/- :P7: .-.'- r houses. S*B!U_
I apl'.i-tplm --=-
WATERHOUSE & LESTER,
IMPOETEKS OF
"WAG-ON x_Tjavi-i333:-En
AM) CARRIAGE llinnilMis,
701), 711, 13 and 715.1 Street, Sacramento.
Sos If. to '22 Beale Street San I'raneiseo
No. 159 Front Sireet jjyl-tfl New York
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION
.-,:.■: California Street, cor. AVebb.
1.-.OR THE HALF YEAR ENDING HOTH
I*" June, 18S1. a dividend has been declared at
the rate of four and thirty-two one-hundredths
(I 32-100) percent, per annum on Term Deposits.
and three and six-tenth* <:; 6-10) pel cent, per
annum on Ordinary Deposits, frecof taxes, pay-
able on and after Ist oHl'lY. is*-.
je2S-2_v I.< iVKLI. WIIITK. Cashier.
"VICTOR GREGORY,
AGENT FOE THE CELEBRATED
Roberts' Kidney and Liver Bitters,
Roberts' Wild Cherry Tonic,
No. 815 Second Street, Sacramento.
MINERAL WATER DEPOT. je_o-tp«m
CAUTION!
Smoke "Tanslll's Punch," America's
Finest Be. Cigar.
OCR "TANSILL'S PUNCH" IS NOW BEING
imitated from the Atlantic to the Pacific,
which is the best possible proof of their supe-
rior quality. Therefore, Deal, should see to
it that they get only the genuine "TANSILL'S
PUNCH," and direct from
Gr. 33. O "El 17V X -NT .
SOLE AGENT FOR PACIFIC COAST,
eS-One Agent (Dealer only) WANTED in
even- town ou Pacific Coast Price List on ap
plication. ai.-..
I'aeitic Coast Agent for the
"CRANDALL TYPE WRITER,"
Which is. without doubt, the cheapest and best
in use. Call and see .' at mv store, next door to
WELLS, FARGO & CO.
Gr. **B. COH-WIKT,
No. 923 Second street Sacramento.
jc34-4ply
I. I". Gl I.K-..N. 11. K. JOHNSON.
"BOULEVARD"
■rO___t___.CCO J**"*"*' "l__i_*__o___.
No. 012 .1 sl.. Int. >i\th ami Seventh.
4 LI. BRANDS OF TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES,
2\ Pipes, cutlery. Notions, 1 OS, CIGARETTES,
Pip.-. Cutlery. Notions, etc., constantly on j
hand. Fine Imported and Domestic CIGARS a I
S] cialty. je-i Iplm '
j
MATHUSHEK PIANOS!
GKAND, SQUARE AND CI'KIGIIT
4RE THE BESI "'■'' ! ' '■'"' _Jr*****"**__l
.A Hundred and Fifty in v.- in Ssps»_SKB
Sacramento. The Uprights ahead *t ff ■ fl y
of eventliing. Keep in tune at *" ""* *
one-quarter the expense of any other piano. Be-
ware of imitations and frauds offering them.
JOHN Y. COOPER,
General Wholesale Agent for the Pacific Coast
527 J street. Also, cheap and medium-priced
Pianos from .__'■ up. Old Pianos and Organs
taken in exchange for new one-. Knabe, Haines
and Geo. Woods Pianos.
tS" I'ianos to Bent. al2 Ip
>*^W»**MW*W-W-iMWWW«BM«-WMWWMM_|3Bi
I*2 $5 Sw u» Tenaeriai NainiiTe
»c §j»sg g " '77 iaTigcrdUr. '
T.i.... ••" ■ _3-JT3_> _-.«__-»».
H fls_ Ira HH Tame lor ton Blood,' us •
1 88 ns* 111. .iSlfr 1 ., 1 ! 8 ,? 3 . 1 ' 11 -, t
A rABdJOinS DISCOVERY,
'.Vorth Millions to the Hnmr.a ram-
ily— Cilery ns a Cure.
The hahitual dally use of tins vegetable U
much more beneficial to man than most people
magine. The writer, who is familiar with its
rlrtues, is acquainted with many men and
women who from various causes have become
tit much affected by nervousness thai when
they stretched out their hands theyshook like
v-;. ■■! leaves, but by a moderate us., of oelerj
ihey bee a as strong in nerve as othei
people. We have known others to be cured ct
palpitation ot the heart. To this we may add
thai we received of Dr. Henley, of Portland.
Oregon, a bottle of "Celery, Beef and Iron."
By close analysis wo state the preparation
called Celery, Beef and Iron is what tt ls re-
presented to be, absolutely pure, and every
•jne engaged in labor weakening to the nerves
should use "Celery, Beef and Iron." We find
also according to the formula received, each
bottle Is composed of Liebig's extract of beet,
extract of celery, and pyrophosphate of Iron
with condensed wine. These combined we
pronounce the best known remedy for any
disorder of the nerves or neuralgia. The
most delicate nerves, oven of birds, we give
celery, bow much better will it subserve tho
wants of the human family ?— Prf. B. H. Open-
hel_geu in Journal of Chemistry,
_ MANUFACTURED BY
TUTHILL, COX & 00.
(Successors to Dr. W. HENLEY.)
537 Clay Street, below Montgomery,
SAN FRANCISCO.
" M. S. NEVIS,
—OFTttE—
_E3-A.C_rl_i__3 X\7*I*KT*E*Fl."K-,
eighteenth sir.*. 'l. bet. O ami 1",
Ha* opened a Branch Depot for the sale of his
popular California Wines and Brandies, at
No. -•_- J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth.
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SACRAMENTO, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY A. 1884.
TJX BUSINESS CARDS.
_ ___________
UPHOLSTERrNG.
JB. PALMER, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER,
, No. If-", Eighth street. Sacramento. Parlor
Sets. Lounges, Spring and Top Mattresses made
to order and repaired at the shortest notice, and
at reasonable terms. Draperies ami Loose Covers I
a Specialty. jy-J-tf
~ J. C. DEVINE,
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF MON-
uments. Headstones, Tablets, Mantlepieees,
numbers' Slabs, Furniture Tops, etc. Sculptur-
ing and other Fine Work done to order. All
kinds of work done in Marble and Granite at
the lowest cash price. So. 734 X street. Sacra-
mento. Country orders solicited and all work
guaranteed. Nineteen _____________ and the Hold
Medals of 1871 and 1875. jelfrtf
J. A. CUNNINC.HAM,
IST., BET. FRONT AND SECOND, SACRA-
iueiito. Boiler and Iron Works. Also, manu-
facturer of Water Heaters, Tanks, Gasometers,
Hydraulic Pipes, Mining Cars, Smoke Stacks,
Jackets, Iron Doors and Shutters. Prompt at-
tention given to Repairing and Blacksmitniug.
m2S-tf
GEORGE tV. YOUNG,
SUCCESSOR TO PIKE & YOUNG, CARRIAGE
Manufacturer, comer Fourth and I. streets,
Sacrameuto. Established in 1830. All sizes of
Spring and Thoroughbrace Wagons. A good as-
sortment of Eastern Buggies. Repairing, Paiut-
ing and Trimming done. raaMptf
C. SUTKK,
FURNITURE MANUFACTURER. WIRE WIN- .
dow Screens and "Doors kept on hand and
made to order. Thirteenth and .1 sts. apvipti'
DAS. HYMAN. .1. HYMAN, JR.
J. HYMAN, JK., & 11110.,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. lfß9
yy 506 J street, between Fifth and li£-r>*.
Sixth, have always on hand a choice vari- (i-f j\
etv of line Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, "-i'.jvj?
etc. jiiT-i:u
C. ZWICKKL,
M-STREET FOUNDRY, BETWEEN FOURTH
and Fifth. Cast-Iron Founder ; Manufact- 1
urer of all kinds of Cast and Rod-Iron Railli
and Feuees. All Castings made to order. |
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H.-F. BOOT. ALEX. NEILSON. J. DBJSCOU
HOOT, NKILSON A* CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON ANU BRASS
Founders and Machinists, Front street, lie-
tween X and O. Castings and Machinery of
every description made to order. jii-l-lplm
F. FOSTEB. J. O. KINsTIIN.
18.-.6. F. FOSTER & CO., 1884.
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER-RULERS AND
Blank-Book Manufacturers. So. : '.lll J street,
between Third and Fourth, Sacramento. lygO-jptj
JAMES McGUIKE,
MANUFACTURER OF ROAD SCRAPERS,
Iron Doors, Jail Colls, Shutters, Railings, |
Gratings, Housework and Biacksmithing in gen-
eral, N0. 520 X street, between Fit'il: and sixth.
Second-hand Hoors for sale. jeil'-lptl
S. CARLE. K. J. CROLY.
CAKLK & CROLY,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
pared to do all kinds of work in their line,
in city or count Principal place of business,
Sacrameuto. Shop. No. 11-1 Second street, be- |
tween X and X.. Postoffice Box No. 410, Sacra-
mento. jel: 1 .- lptf
AVAL GUTENBERGER,
TROX AND BRASS FOUNDER AXD MACIIIX-
X Ist. AND and X streets. Manufacturer oi
ist. Frout and N streets. Manufacturer of
Gutenberger's Horse Powers, Patent Ground
Rollerand Clod Crusherand Barley Mills. All
kind.-, of Hydraulic Pipes. For sale, three
Miller Patent Hay Presses. ml-lplm
LOUIS SLOSS & CO.,
DEALERS, CORNER OF FRONT AND L
street-. Highest price for Hide-, sheep
Pelts and Tallow Butchers supplied with Salt,
Paper, latest improved Sausage Machines, Stutt-
ers, Lard Presses, etc. Prompt cash returns i
made for all consignments. feis- lptf
PHYSICIANS AXD SURGEONS.
UK. NIXON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE- !
tween Ninth and Tenth, No-, ids and KM.
Will visit tie- Railroad Hospital daily at 930 a.
m. Otlico hours— s to 'J A. St.; 1 to :: P. St., and
evenings. jyl-tf
DR. OATMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE— 627 j
J street, upstairs, Sacramento. Residence— ■
1027 G, corner Eleventh. Special Office Hours: :
'.> to 10:30 a. m.. 1 to 3 and 7 to _> I. St. jel-lm
DR. FRANK N. COLLINS,
OF CHICAGO, HAS OPENED AN OFFICE AT
his residence, 919 Sixth street, between 1
and J. Twelve years practice in Chicago. Old
School. iiplU-lm
DR. NIXON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE-
tween Ninth and Tenth, Nos. 91* and 920.
Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at trM I
a.m. Office Hours— to 9A. m.; Ito p. m., and i
evenh jyll-lm
URS. KELLOGG & GOSS,
CORNER SEVENTH AND I STREETS, SACRA-
MENTO. Offlce Hours:
Miss Dr. Kellogg— j Mi- Dr. Goss—
:i to 10 A. M. s to 9 A. M.
IJ to J P. M. 2 to ij P. St.
C to 7 I. M. 7 to.s p. M,
Sunday. 12 to ■"■
DR. LAINE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— OFFICE AND
Residence, No. 323 J street, between Third
and Fourth. Hours— B to 10 A. .v., i. to 5 and 7to
Bp. m. Offii . of City Superintendent of Pub
Schools at same place. sea-lplm
AVAL ELLERY BRIGGS, M. I)..
OCULIST, AURIST, AND PHYSICIAN' FOR :
Diseases of the Throat. Office, 129^ .1
sireet, comer of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank,
Sacramento, Cal. Hours : 9:30 to 12 .v. St.; Ito 4
p. M. Stadays : 9:30 to 11 a. m.: Itol c. :•:. Jyl-tt j
DR. A. E. BRUNE,
I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
the University of Berlin, Germany. Office
and residence. No. 521 J street, between Fifth
and Sixth, Sacramento. Office hours— 9to 11 a
M.; 3 to 5 and 7 to .- P. si. jyl::-tf
WALLACE A. BRIGGS, M. I)..
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NO. 212 J STBEET,
U Sacramento. m
| 6 totl A. M. '|
Olliee Hours: J 11 A. M. to 2 P. .M. ;-jcl2-lptf
( 630 to BP. M. J
DR. LOV POND AVON,
OFFICE AND MEDICINE STOKE, NO. 926
Third street, between 1 and J. By the pulse
he cau locate disease. Consultation free. He
uses no poisonous drugs, but roots and herbs,
nature's medicine for man. Call and Bee him. ■
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DENTISTRY.
— I
DKS. BREWER ft SOUTHWORTH,
DENTISTS. SOUTHWEST CORXEB^_a__jlj»
of Seventh and J streets, '"WatteSJ-
linte's new building, up stairs, Teeth -tUXTrpr
extracted, without pain, by the use of im- !
proved Liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas, aultl-tplin
If. 11. PIERSON,
DENTIST, 415 J STREET, BE-«— ™k^
fa cell Fourth and Filth, Sacra-jwjnSS
mento. Artificial Teeth inserted on"*-^U___iJ'
Gold. Vulcanite and all bases. Nitrous Oxide or
Laughing Gas administered for painless extrac-
tion "of teeth. " Jyl 1-1 in
W. WOO!).
DENTIST, QUINN'S BUILDING. _»*__*-*--_
northeast corner Fourth and ■ l _7*fe&^S
streets. Artificial Teeth inserted on"*-'-U2_!j__T
all bases. Improved Liquid Nitrous Oxide lias I
for pain •, -- extraction of teeth. je2s-tf
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4TTOBNETS-
W. C. VAX FLEET. W. B. TREADWELL.
TKEADWELL ft VAN FLEET.
» TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS, 603 •l!
jt\_ street, near Sixth, Sacramento, Cnl. nps-ln
W. S. BEATTY & S. C. DENSON,
ATTORNEYS AND COL'NSELORS-AT-LAW. i
Offices : Metropolitan Block, I. street, be- ,
tween Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento. Entrance
next door to Metropolitan Theater. 01-tf
C. 1.. WHITE. A. I- HABT. :
II \RT & AVI 1 ITI*.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELOBS-AT-LAW. !
.£_ Offices nt the southwest corner of Fifth
and J streets, Sacramento, California, jc'2s-tf
HENRY 1.. BCCELET. -. SOLON HOLL. I
not. i. ft KUCKLEY,
« TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
Office: Northeast corner Sixth and I
Office: Northeast corner sixth and I
ureets, Sacrameuto. jelMf
LIQUOR DEALERS^ ' j
EBNER BROS.,
T MPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALEBS IN
J- WINES AND LIQUORS,
110 and lis X St., hot. Front and Second, Sac.
AGENTS FOB Tin: CELEBRATED
I'OMMERY AND GRENO CHAMPAGNE. ',
jCTi'.-lpllQ ;
CASEY & CRONAN,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALER !
in
WOOES AND LIQUORS.
PROPRIETORS EAGLE SODA WORKS.
No. 50 X Street Siicramento.
■■■■-. fe~- t i' i ____
A. H. POWERS & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
WILCOX, TO AVERS & CO.,
NO. 305 X STREET, [jyl-lptfl SACKAMENTO
MISCELLAXEOUS.
— ron — ,-;.; v . .
Five Days Only!
In order to make room for our LARGE
STOCK, now on the way, we will oiler
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
Dry and Fancy Goods,
Clothing,
Boots and Shoes.
NOTE OCR PRICES:
1,000 Yards EMBROIDERIES, at only one-fourth
their value.
Job Lot of (JO PAIRS LADIES' CLOTH AND
LEATHER sip His. at 75c. per pair.
5,000 YardsCHOICE PRINTS, at 4c. per yard.
as* All goods will be slaughtered during this
sale. Remember the place:
1121 ,} street (opposite the Plaza),
Farmers' and Mechanics'
IS-PO-Ftlil.
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FRUITS, SEEDS AM) PRODUCE.
s^hfax 'K r
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
G___VKI_AL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND SHIPPERS OP ALI. KIN'HS OF
Fruits, Vegetables and General Produce.
Car.'ful attention given to the Selection and
Packing of Choice Fruits fordistaut markets.
Nos. 3oB and 3lo X street, Sacramento, Cal.
jelO-lplm
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
COMMISSION' MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
in
SEEDS, FRUITS A GENERAL PRODUCT-!
Proprietors CAPITAL NURSERIES, sacramen-
to, Cal Seed and Tree Catalogues sei I free on
application. Nos. G, 8 and 10 J stieet, Sac-
ramento. aT ti
SACKAMKNTO BRANCH
PACIFIC FRUIT COMPANY",
J. F. FARNSWORTH, Agent,
1000,1008 and 1010 Second st., Sacramento
VTTHOLESALE AND COMMISSION DEALERS
» \ in California Green and Dried Fruits, Nuts,
Raisins, Honey, Oranges, Produce, etc. Partic-
ular attention paid to tho filling of orders for
and shipments of all kinds of Fruits in their sea-
son Principal office, 408 and Un Davis -.•■■. t,
San Francisco. jas-lplm
PACIFIC MARKET,
No. 725 J STREET, SACRAMENTO.
"VTOW IS THE TIME TO ITT DP YOUR
1> Small Fruits, such as Cherries, Currants
and Berries. The largest stock, best quality and
every variety. Money saved by buying at
i BRISTIANSO-I BROS. ap3-3m
H. G. MAY & CO.,
ITI.TON MARKET, FIFTH AND X STS.
I POULTRY, FISH, PRODUCE, GAME, BUT-
ter, Eggs, Canned Goods, Fruits, Nuts, etc.
Country orders filled on day they are received,
with fresh goods. [mrl-tf] P. O. Box 4:17.
A. MOOS-S. S GEBSON.
S. GERSON & 'JO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION" MERCHANTS AND
Healers iv
Imported am! Domestic Fruits, Vegeta-
bles, Nuts, etc.,
NO. 220 .1 STREET,
Between -.eon.', and Third, Sacramento, [jy2-lm
LYON & CURTIS,
(Successors to LYON" & BARNES),
Commission MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
in
Produce, Vegetables and Fruits,
POTATOES, BEANS, i:* T! Kit. EG'JS, HONEY,
• POULTRY, ETC
Nos. 117 tv 123 J Street. jcZMptl
EUGENE :. GKEGOR r. C. C. BARNES. PRANK GREGOEV
GREGORY, BARNES _*_ CO.,
Successors to Gregory * Co.),
Nos. 120 and i'-'S .1 Street,
WhOi^SSALE DEALERS IN" PBODCCEAND
\V Km::. Full stocks of Potatoes, Vegetables,
Green and Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfalfa, Butter,
Eggs, Cheese, Poultry, etc." always on hand. Or-
ders filled at lowest rates. jcl.'-tf
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SUMMER RESORTS.
BANVARD HOTEIV -
AI.TA CAI..
rilill- HOTEL IS SITUATED * _n_ft7-s-->.
1. ill on.- of the most pictnr- tf.-'.'.'v*K,~
i-|iie portions of Northern fijf'i'iri'^Sa.
California. The Table 1- :',,- PJ.'^'r^fa-
plied with all the delicacies of ~ f_-U-_^f
the season, and the latest the market affords.
For Hunting and Fishing purposes, the sur-
rounding country cannot be excelled.
_ imil-Slii A 1.. A RCHi;i:, Proprietor.
ALLEN SPRINGS,
LAKE COUNTY, CAI..
D.T. STEVENS HAVING I JtXX-
. leased the v.oll-kno-..n >*.i'!7Vjk-- -,
and popular watering phtcei^^-Wyr.WJL
known as the Allen's Springs, g" 1 , c 'Pf'ieAi. .
Take county, the Hotel will bc" ----sS==Si-'ii-
tun in tirst-class style in every particular. Mr.
Stevens is an experienced hotel man and will
spare no pains in making his guests comfortable
ami at ie .me. Stages run daily and make con-
nections with all trains. mls-tf
THE /ETNA SPRINGS.
TO THE HIGHLY CURATIVE s /m.— \a*
I. properties of these waters iS^-'-'ilv'**
and the charms of the place ' ,i &?^'";-jM|Hi? :^
added an elegant and capaciou.-S«J'J_S! , !l*3gl_
Swimming Bath. feS^Safctec?-'
Visitors leave San Francisco at 8 .1. m. for st.
Helena, thence by daily stage (Sundays ex-
cepted), arriving at the -Etnas at "> P. M.
For pamphlet containing analysis and cures,
address WM. BUBNELL, Superintendent, or WM.
11. LIDELL, Proprietor, I.idell P. 0., Napa
county. Gal. m7-tf
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BANKING BOUSES.
NATIONAL BANK
D.O. Mills & Co.,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
CAPITA] 1-300,000.
EDGAR HILLS President.
FRANK MILLER Cashier
DIRECTORS:
P.O. MILLS, EDGAR MILLS
W. K. 1 HAMBEBLAIN, c. H. HUBBARD,
FRANK MILLER. jaffl-lptf
CHAS. CROCKER, P.. C. WOOLWORTH, Vf. 11. CROCKER.
CROCKER, WOOLWORTH &CO.
_3__._Kr__:___^s ) , -
322 Pine Street San Francisco,
Carry 01: General Dunking Business. Cor-
respondents in the Principal cities of the
Eastern Stales and in Europe. Jyi'i-ljiim
CALIFORNIA STATE BANK.
Does a General ltuukin^; Itusiness*
t »- Draws Exchange on all the principal
cities of the world.
OFFICERS:
President N. D. RIDEOUT.
Vice-President FREDERICK COX.
Cashier. A. ABBOTT.
DIRECTORS:
''. W. CLARK, GEO. C. PERKINS,
ALBERT GALLATIN, .1. R. WATSON.
N. D. RIDEOCT, FREDERICK cox.
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'/"A^^sjSjLw^Si** 3^ the world (join rating a con.
\\ fl f^ff**^ tinuons Elertro-MaQtietio Cut*-
\s£,fjf' rent. Scientific. Powerful, Durable,
Comfortabif and ElTective in curing
Knpmre. Trice reilnecd. 500 cured in '83. Send
stamp for pamphlet,
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70S Miiiktr KTKEET, SAN >'I'.a.\. ISCU.
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!
New Invention! Tim " Perfto-
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V ticitv. Dnrahilltv and Efllcliincy.
Price, from t.'-i;. J. H WIOBER, (Drui-
glat\Cor. Third i!_;MarfcctSts.,San Francisco.
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I MISCELLANEOUS.
I ~ — ~~ ""
Vital Questions!!!!
Ask the must eminent physician
Of any school, what is the best thing in
tin- world for quieting anil allaying aU irri-
tation of the nerves, and curing all forms
jof nervous complaints, riving natural,
, childlike refreshing sleep always.
Ami they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Borne form of 11. a- ' : ' "
CHAPTKB I.
Ask any or all of the must eminent phy-
sicians :
" What is the besl ami only remedy that
can lie relied on to cure all diseases of the
kidneys anil urinary organs; such as
Bright's disease, diabetes, retention, or in-
ability to retain urine, and all the diseases
and ailments peculiar to Women " —
"And they will nil yon explicitly and
emphatically " ' Buchu !.'!*"
Ask the same physicians
"What is the most reliable and surest
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia: con-
j stipation, indigestion; biliousness, malaria,
fever ague, etc.," and they will tell you :
Mandrake _ or Dandelioa '. '. ! ! .*
i Hence, when these remedies are combined
with others equally valuable,
And compounded into Hop Hitters, such a won-
I derful and mysterious curative power is de-
veloped, which is so varied in itsoperations that
no disease or ill health can possibly exist or re-
sist its power, and yet it Is
Harmless for the most trail woman, weakest
invalid or smallest child to use.
,-J CUAPTEIt it.
"Patients
i s.'* Almost dead or nearly dying."
For years, and given up by physicians, of
Brights and other kidney diseases, liver
complaints, severe coughs, called consump-
. tion, have been cured.
Women pone nearly crazy ! ! ! ! !
From agony of neuralgia, nervousness,
wakefulness, and various diseases peculiar
to v. omen.
People drawn out of shape from excruciating
. pangs of rheumatism, inflammatory and chronic,
or suffering from scrofula.
Erysipelas '
"Salt rheum, 1. 100. poisoninsr, dyspepsia, in-
I digestion, and, in fact, almost all disease* frail"
' Nature is heir lo
Have in en cured by Hop Bitters, proof of which
can be found in every neighborhood in the
known world.
I ts- Xone genuine without a bunch of jireen
Hops on the white label. Shun all the vile.
poisonous stuff with " Hop' "Hops" ... their
name.
.... „-■ •,-.. „--,:. ,. . Tothe need- of
■ „.;>. .. ■„ .■ S&S Sp. i^fe* ,lv ' ,< iri * t ' *'", m *
t-i', i* 'J, v ■-' '• °- a J »' fc-t-aft": mercial traveler
E'2'> i'EL::i;.lTES^*'J4&a: 1 ,l new settler,
£ p j Hostetter's Stom-
' "JV;?'. ach Hitters is j.e-
-'T-'^'i-k. t*3-__ - euliarly adapted,
o?%\ V*f 0«^ * ii "'' it strength-
-B»fs fflWAffiZ&i ens the digestive
_._" 'fist' jjgSytAn. organs.and braces
*XXat£d?yi2*X<* '■ -- 7 the physical encr-
/-f'tyy^y^ ' the to tmhealth-
J-SdraEr 1 ! \- - - ; '* ; " unhealth-
IJi^SSftftS*! jH'vV "il influences. It
•fi__j-"»"X8 i a, . _a£fr_ removes and pre-
i'<FX^-J%!ki'r&p_ i, J cuts malarial le-
V^**"r'.'^»li_6^i ";?.\ ver, constipation,
~7XM''iXX&-7X7>, dyspepsia, fiealth-
-1 fully stimulates
I -»_-^_^ ,] u . kidneys and
*\. tTOMACH.^if' bladder, and en-
lX' : 7 ■■"■- i-^A-ffli'" purities the blood.
-f " •' *-' '.-*••• Winn overcome
I by fatigue, whether mental or physical, the
| weary and debilitated And it a reliable source ol
renewed strength and comfort. For sale by all
Druggists and Healers generally. jyl-MW l-.yu ly
5,/&>ii '■■••/va. it.*** nf s--\ 4
HAM BURG
TEA.
Cures chronic, nervous and sick headache, nerv-
ous Repression, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting,
pimpleson the face and freckles.
apt) tanaplj MWFJtwl}
SKIN CURE,
CATARRH CURE,
COUGH CURE,
BLOOD CURE.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
REDINCTON & CO.. Cen'l Agents,
San Francisco, Cal.
apT-lyMFiwlyeow
sHig Tlie Production
pf KENTTCKY!
IlilUl OLiS
A KENTUCKY!
BOURBON !
lUI® TirEDICAL jour:
ill nai- say that Sim- i
/(IMSSj^BhSbBBK^V Bonds' Nabob Whisky is j
/S I .3mP ,, *V > ; Spfi '' \ ,l safe stimulant and j
fwmsr fXa ~ : '^^S\' , "n rery wholesome; can ;
Wl.Ti*"r''?Sr;i' : '^'-n'vJ 1 ... safely used by all i
*?i-.v invalids. All who value I
Dfcs*^-_CT___aeSSS'dl- their health should
, 'IIIQBrSAK-DlSW^!]!- i useSIMMII.N'IiS'XAEOH
ySS-SgnsgroH ££gr& WHISKY: it i- the pur-
'ii'iJ -tr'-'-^S^i^ !J est and best ill the mar-
'■lfc^jC^^pMi'Sjikpt, being analyzed by
h jrfjit -'a's- *!_?*«'"» the most eminent pro-
r____9x^ta stiX-lX^va 'c— or- and pronounced
t/^JiB^H^ *'y **J - *">" them free from any
■•pWnT^wiliXf-TfJjt/L adulteration, and reconi-
! ''Ssi_feES3__SiM_f?J" nen d l for medicinal
waS-!r^SSSlfl! SUand family "*''■ Large
| i^yjiCT^^jKySgMorders coming fromev-
I 'CifK"*"TSf-viv_' /.Mervwhere for barrels an- 1
I half-barrets, shipiied di-
fS^~_Pfe^3^N<(r»]£!rectly from the distillery
- p ''** y.-rry. - '~~.,-f in Kentucky. It has a
V "'"NO'S nabob J*" 15 */ line tiavor. and mild I
£s_ "A*jS'u"iT^yiAt'r<tm old nge. Hive it a
I ' _E_E-*«Z^ ■_____** »" -tZ—^ "Aym^tTpiw . , ______.! _ri_
> *siJ>S^=^S;¥ i l6s s^ ,ni d: you can then judge
Sag '" ; fiiElJ**^ foryourselt Sold by har- I
reis. half-barrels and cases by my agent, on lib-
eral term.'. Kept by '-lass Druggists, Gro-
cers and Liquor Dealers.
ADAMS & MeM-ILL, Wholesale Agents.
j Depot, 42!) Batten st., San Francisco.
] ni.'l-tf.MWF
I 1
■yyfn'lrl^Al 77*: fiL.': Lj- lr_?im
~_ets_x_.3___'s;
worn in mi
and lodide of Potass.
THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER AND TOXIC
Alterative i:i use. It quickly cures all i
diseases originating from a disordered state of 1
the Blood or Liver. Rheumatism, Neu- .
ralgia, Blotches, Hoils. Pimples, Scrofula, \
i Tumors, Salt Shewn and Mercurial l'alns
readily yield to Its purifying properties. it leaves
; the blood pure, the liver and kidneys healthy, the
complexion bright and clear. .T. K. GATES &
'. CO.. Proprietors, No. 117 Sansomo street. San
Francisco. aP '23-lpSmAw3m
HOME AND ABROAD.
[.-PHIAL DISPATCHES to THE RECORD-UNION ]
DOMBSHG XEWS.
roliUcal Mutters.
Chicago, July 3d.— Tbe California and Nevada
delegations to the Democratic National conven
tion arrived this morning with full numbers,
making the iir>t of the arrivals. a portion of
the New York delegation also arrived, anioni;
whom may be numbered Daniel Manning,
Chairman of the delegation. The California
delegation held a caucus during the forenoon to
outline their future plan of action, but Came to
no final decision. Hotel lobbies are beginning
to be scenes of great activity. The placarding
ol state headquarters has already been com
menced. Hallways and lobbies of all lending
hotel- were liberally decorated v. ith views of R.
P. Mower.
Randall; Cleveland and RO6EI B IN-
New York, July 3d.— The Slot appears flat
footed for Randall, and the World for Cleveland.
The ll'orid says a little Kosecrans boom has
been started in Washington, that remarkable
conservatory of delicate political plants, and it
is being warmed with one of John Kelly's let
ters ol indorsement.
vi v AN ' ,7 Tt,ll »^''*-"
Nt.w York, July 3d.- prominent society lady
ol .tinkers who has for several years been ii
frequent visitor to C stone. Bays Tilden's
health is gradually declining. "The last time
I visited Greystonc,' says she, "Tilden came
Into the library leaning upon the arm of Secre
tary smith m* head drooped more than I had
ever noticed fore. Hit. lace wore a haggard
look, and his voice was more tremulous than
usual. ii,- sank languidly upon a lounge and
began a feeble conversation with the guests
Hi- words were scarcely audible, and it was
painful to his guests to listen to him. Fre
quently Secretary Smith would come to the ni
ello and interpret the meaning ot bis sentences.
While in the middle of conversation Tilden's
mind would wander, his eyelids dm.ip and in a
moment he would lie fast asleep and breathing
heavily. After a momentary j nap he would
waken with a start; excuce himself and again
take part in the conversation. His attempt at
aitiiig the part of fowl was fruitless, and finally
one of the more thoughtful guest* relieved |,iiit
by expressing a desire to visit the dower gardens
and lawns. At dinner I was again surprised al
the partial recurrence i I the scenes in the li
brary. Theold gentleman,' who ate sparingly
would apparently forget himself and quietly in
dulge in a momentary dose, and then, wj'ih a
powerful effort, arouse himself ami resume hi>.
meal. Tilden'.- constitution; I fear, i- gradually
breaking up. Ills body, which for several years
has been in a feeble condition, is evidently en
croaching uimn the vitalities of the brain.' and
the approach of a comatose -tate of the ouce
Pi)Wi rl intellect i-threntenc.l."
THE Ml I ATIOS AT CHICAGO.
Chicago, Jul) :id.- The gathering of the
Democratic clans at Chicago goes on bul slowly.
A number of -cat;. .rim; delegates from distant
point-, and one solid delegation— that ot Cali
fornia— are here, but as yet things in the local
political world arc comparatively quiet. The
sub-committees on arrangi me il - of the Na
tional Committee have been hard at work here
for the cast week, but so far their labors have
been all in the direction ol arranging and per
fecting the innumerable details of the Conven
tion. The change? In the hall are all but com-
ted. and it is expected that the theater chairs
for the delegates and the other seats ill be put
into position to-night It has been decided to
light the hall with electricity, which will not
only illuminate the building better, but also
insure a much cooler, atmosphere. W. 11. Bar
num. chairman of the National Committee, did
not arrive to-day. as expected, but will be here
in the morning.
I UK NEW '1 ORK DEMOCRATS.
Chicago. July 3d.— Among the passengers on
the New York limited express which came to
day was Daniel J. Manning, Chairman of the
New York state Committee, accompanied by
Edward Cooper, and a dozen other Empire state
Democrats, among whom are two delegates.
Mr. Manning -aid he did not come here with
music and bluster to nominate Cleveland, but
he came as a Democrat, who believed that the
best interests of the party would be subserved
by Mr. Cleveland's nomination. According to
Mr. Manning's calculations, Cleveland will have
forty-eight, or a majority of the New York dele
gation. An important caucus of the New York
delegation will be held here Saturday night.
Nt which Cleveland's strength will be actually
determined. Referring to this proposed meet
ing, Mr. Manning said: "We do not propose to
hold this caucus unless all the delegates arc
present. We have.no desire to take snap judg
ment. Mr. Flower has members of the delega
tion who will work to have hint nominated.
We have no objection to that. .Mr. Flower is a
good man: but we do not think he has as fair a
show of carrying New York as Mr. Cleveland
has."
Tilt: CALIFORNIA DELEGATION.
Chicago, July 3d.— The California delegation
brought word that from fifteen to twenty prom
inent California Democrats would be here Sat
urday, open elaborate headquarters and work
inthe interest of Justice Field. The California
delegates themselves, however, have announced
that they will inaugurate a campaign against
Mr. Field. Their etibrts Will be given to secure
the nomination of Tilden, in spile of his letter ■
but if that should prove impossible, the) will
work and vote a- a unit for Thurman.
Tin: !'i:o-ii.. .- of RANDALL, bayard AMI
Bl i.i:.
W .siiiNGT.iN, July I'd.— Randall's prospects
are not regarded even by his friends as very en
couraging, and it has been -aid that it is not
improbable that Randall's name may not be
mentioned in the Convention at ail. It is
thoug'it that the failure of the New York dele
gation to i.gree may open the way for Randall.
A friend of Randall is quoted as saving that the
Pennsylvania delegation will not place Randall
in the Held unless they have assurances from
otherquarters of such support as will shove him
right ithe front. The friends of Bayard arc here
sill hopeful, and are claiming that the Delaware
senator v. dl be in receipt of a liberal support
from the New York delegation. Butler's name
is mentioned much more frequently, and the
general talk is that Butler would be the most
formidable candidate. The Democrats could
select, nd, as a general rale, they do not pace
much reliance to the assertion of Southern
Democratic members that the Democrats the
South would vote for Blame in preference to
Butler.
CI.KVEI.AM> AMI FIELD.
W isiiisoTox, July 3d.— lt is conceded by poli
ticians here that Cleveland will lead Field on
the tirst ballot. The friends of other candi
dates,'however, claim that this will lesson his
chances for the necessary two-thirds to nomi
nate him. They say thai he will not be able to
get more than a bare majority of all the dele
gates, and the result will be that the other can
didates will combine against him. The reckon
ing is all on the assumption that he will ret the
Xi « York delegation. His friends claim thai he
Will have 12 oi the 72 delegates, and that
under the unit rule it will give him tile entire
state delegation, and having the solid support
of the state, they say he will get the nomina
tion. They do not, however, deny that this
nomination will lose to the party a large vote of
the labor factions throughout the State; but
they say he can carry the state in spite of this, i
They acknowledge lhat in the event of Cleve
land's nomination there will he a bolt, but to
otl-.i this they say he would receive the support
of the business interest-.
THE TIILRMAX BOOM.
Washington, .Inly 3d.— Tliurmaii boom i
has grown to very large proportions within the
nasi day or two. Leading men of the party •
i here seriously entertain the Idea of nominating
: him at Chicago. It Is asserted in support of the I
ex-Senator of Ohio that he would certainly
rally to his support the entire Democratic vote
I ofthe unity, besides getting up a sort of an
! anti-monopoly element. The bringing about
I the nomination of Thurman it would be
tirst necessary to dispose of Paine and
Iloadly. in order to get the support of the Ohio
delegation for him, and his friends here assert
' that this can easily be done, and. it' Thurmun's
friends in other states will go earnestly to work
lor him, it is claimed that the friends of both
Payne and Iloadly in the Ohio delegation will,
after casting a complimentary vote for their
favorites, fall into line and cast the solid vote
of the state for Thurman.
MONSTER DEMONSTRATION* TOB BITI.ER.
Chicago, .inly 3d.— Representatives of differ
ent labor organizations in this city held sec
ond meeting to-night, and appointed a recep
tion committee to go out and meet General But
ler on his way to the city. Arrangements were
also made for a monster demonstration on his
arrival. It is reported that 10,000 men are ex
pected to be in line.
United States Senate.
I United states Senate.
Washington, July 3d.— After the reading of
, the journal, the < hair laid before the Senate the
Fitz John Porter veto message, which was read,
the question being, "Shall the bill pass, not
withstanding the objections of the President.'"
The yeas and nays were taken without debate,
and resulted in a tie vote. Teas 27, nays 27.
Two-thirds not voting in the affirmative, the bill
failed to pass.
The vote in detail was: Bayard, Reek,
Brown, Butler, Call, Cameron Pa.), Cockrell.
Coke. Fair, Farley, Garland, George. Groome,
Hampton, Harris, Hoar, Jones, Jonas, Jones
(Fla.i. Maxey, Morgan. Pike, Pugh, Ransom,
Sewnll, Vance. Vest and Voorhees '17. Nays—
Aldrich, Allison, r.iair. Bowen, Cameron (W'is )
Conger, Dawes. Dolph, Edmunds, Hale, Harri
son. Hawley, Hill. Ingalls. Lapham, Logan, Mc-
Millan, Miller ,N. V... Mitchell, Morrill.
Palmer, Piatt, Plumb, Sawyer, Sherman, Van
yck and Wilson— 27.
The anti-Chinese bill was called up by Miller
of California.
Plan moved to strike the clause excluding
Chinese who are not subjects of Governments
other thau that of China.
Hoar reaffirmed his disapprobation of this
Clause of the restriction bill. lie said it was
based on barbarism, and the American people
would, in his opinion, some day repent the ac
tion of Congress on this subject.
Piatt's motion was not agreed to. and the bill
coming at once to a vote was passed without
amendment ayes, noes 12.
This is the vote in detail:
Ayes — Allison, Itayard. Beck, lUair, Butler,
Call, Cameron of Pennsylvania, Cameron of
Wisconsin, Cockrell, Coke. Conger, Cullom,
Dolph, Fair, Farley, Garland, Gioome, Hale.
Hampton, Harris. Hill. Ingalls, Jones of Flor
ida, Jones of : Nevada. Logan, Manderson,
i Ma\ey. Miller of California. Millerof New York,
i Morgan. : rainier. Pendleton. Pike, Plumb.
Vance, Van Wyck, Vest, Voorhees — 13.
Aldrich, Brown, Dawes, Edmunds,
Hawlev, Hoar, Lapham, McMillan, Mitchell,
Morrill, I'latt and Wilson— l 2. '
Dawes, from the Committee on Appropriation,
reported the fortifications hill with amendments.
Ordered printed.
Jones of Nevada explained that he had beeu
WHOLE NO. 10,305.
necessarily absent daring the vote on the Fit-
Johu Porter bill, but if he had been in the
chamber he Would have voted in favor of the
bill becoming a law, notwithstanding the l*resl
dent s objection.
Blair, from the Committee on Education and
tabor, reported favorably the bill to legalise the
Incorporation of national trade unions. Cal
endar.
The resolution effered yesterday bj Sherman
was agreed to. providing for a session of the
senate to-morrow, July 4th.
a resolution was agreed to authorising the ap
pointment of a committee of live Senators to
examine Into the capacity of the steel- producing
works In the I nited States to make steel for
grins of high power, and plate suitable for war
ships, and into the character and sufficiency of
tools in the navy yards and foundries suitable
tor the manufacture of engines for such vessels,
and uuiis for such vessels and scacoast defenses.
Also to inquire as to the best methods of manu
facturing the same, whether by Government or
by contract with private parties.
The Senate insisted upon its amendments to
the sundry civil bill, and ordered a conference
The bill was passed without debate, precisely
as it me trom the Senate Appropriations Com
mittee. The most important change made by
the committee is an increase of $__UQ,OO_ i: , the
House item for the armament of scacoast fortifi
cations.
he Senate insisted on its amendments to the
fortification bill, and ordered a committee of
conference.
On motion of Hill, the postal telegraph bill
was laid before tile Senate. In order thai It may
stand as unfinished business for to-morrow.
After an executive session, the Senate ad
journed.
■louse of "Representatives.
Washington^ July 3d.— Finnertj said he was
absent yesterday when he vole was taken on
tho passage of the Flu John Porter bill, in the
belief tba; be was paired, lie found l tint he
was mistaken. Had he been present he would
liave voted for the bill.
Robinson of New York made a similar state
ment. .P ■■■-■p:'J-J-»
Hammond submitted the reiM»i-t of a select
committee appoiuted to Inquire whether any
ex-members have violated the privileges of the
House. The committee tind no custom or usage
which would justify ihem in the conclusion that
the conduct of wm. 11. English; iv the contested
election caseof English vs. Peclle. was a breach
ofthe privileges ofthe House, .md recommend
that ibe - hole subject be laid ou the table.
Millard presented a minority report, accompa
nled by a resolution excluding Wm. 11. English
from the Boor during ihc present Congress.
Kandail moved that when the House ml
jounied to-day it be to meet Saturday next. He
thought this action vwmiil give time for the con
ference committee on ihe forytication bill to
meet, and would tin reby facilitate final ad
journment. Agreed to by a vote ol LMtoM.
Wciler rose to a question of privilege In order
to vindicate himself from charges made agains - .
him. bul ceased when Itandall declared every
member of tiie select committee agreed that the
testimony tlioroughly vindicated htm.
Hammond moved to lav the hole matter on
the table. Ayes 137, noes 7..
The Senate, amendments to the fortification
appropriation bill were not concurred in, and
Itandall: Kourney and Kofer were appointed
con forces
The House then resumed Consideration of the
Mexican pension bill; but so much opposition
was manifested against the measure that its
progress was rendered very slow.
A recess was taken until morrow at 10 _. m.
Adjournment of Congress.
Washington^ July ::d.— The Indications all
i point to a final adjournment of Congress on Sat
urday, 'lhe necessary legislative work of the
session is accomplished, the last of the general
appropriation bids having passed thh Senate to
day. All the work is now in conference com
mittees, and it is assumed as a settled fact that
all points of dispute between the two houses on
the appropriation hill- will have been settled
when the houses meet on Saturday, and that an
adjournment will then be had.
The Veto of the Fit/ John Toiler Kill
Press Opinions.
N_n York, July 3d.— The veto of the Kits
John Porter bill was somewhat unexpected, but
there is a general acquiescence among the
morning journals in the President's argument.
The bunt says it accords with the pervading
sentiment of soldiers and all who lived during
the war. and sustains the course "i Logan.
The Timet says: The President's reasons are
simply unanswerable.
The World remarks: It was something of a
surprise. Naturally the act created Indignation
among the Democratic followers of the deposed
warrior in Congress. The prompt passage ofthe
bill in the House over the veto shows the tem
per of that body.
The .Sun says, in three lines, that it is sorry;
the bill is an act of justice to a wronged
man, and should have been allowed to become
a law.
The Time* - r.i - Most of the officers and ex
officers of the regular army have been watching
the Fits John Porter bill with much interest.
The prevailing sentiment among these.who had
expressed themselves in this city, has not been
in favor of ihe bill for Porter's relief. In the
| uptown hotels and clubs, where military men
i are in the habit of assembling, the fact that the
President had vetoed the liill was discussed
i wilh evident satisfaction.
The -/' raid says: The House promptly passed
the bill over the veto. We think Hie 'Senate ia
less likely to do so. bill should the Senate do
this. the War Department will get the ease into
': the L'nited States Court, whicli v\ ill set the bill
aside, if Brewster's opinion is good law, and we
me afraid it is.
Presidential No mill tions.
Washington, July 3d.— The President today
sent to the Senate the following nominations:
John T.Morgan, to be Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court of Idaho; John W. Laeey, of In
diaua. -.. be Chief Justice ofthe Supreme Court
of Wyoming; clarence Pnllen, of New Mexico,
to be Surveyor-General of New Mexico; Wash
| ington Perry, of California, to be Receiver of
Public Moneys at Olympia, Washington Terri
tory: Koswcll G. Wheeler, to be Indian Agent.
at the Pima Agency, Arizona; William 11. Stev
ens, of Nevada, to be Mcl ter and Refiner of the
l'nited Stales Mint at Carson City. Consuls of
the l'nited states— George T. Bromley, of Cali
fornia, Tientsin; Henry May Brent, Callao;
Archibald K. Bawn, of New Jersey, Algiers;
Hubert H. Davis, of Pennsylvania, st, Paul de
I.oando: F. if. Horsefcld, of lowa. Trieste; Jas.
A. Jones, nt Massachusetts, Aden: Amos K.
I.earna, of New York, Sidney, N. s.; 11. A.
Shackelford, of Pennsylvania, Nantes; Leonard
B. Smith, of Maine, Curaco.
Mails to be Disinfected.
Washington, July 3d.— To avoid he possibil
Ity of importing cholera from France into this
country through the mails, the Itriiish Govern
ment will be required to thoroughly disinfect
all French mails passing through England i.>
this country.
Cholera Report from the American ton
sul.
Washington, July 3d.— Tha Secretary of State
to-day received a cable message from Consul
Mason al Marseilles, as follows situation worse
at Toulon. The deaths are averaging ten daily;
thirteen yesterday, It is conceded to be Asiatic
cholera. The epidemic is stationary at Mar
seilles: six deaths Friday, eight Saturday, four
Sunday, five Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday,
Some cases are apparently Asiatic cholera, the
remainder infantum or sporadic. There are
twelve cases at the special hospital. Many
I thousands have left here lor the interior. The
steamer Burgundy sailed for New York Sunday
without passengers. No immigrants to the
States are reported.
New York Stock Market.
Nkw Yobk, July 3d.— Stocks opened strong
and advanced \i ■ P.. the latter Central Pacific
There was a reaction of '„ to 1)7,, but specula
tion became strong again.
Nkw York, July 3d.— Central Pacific, 39;
Burlington, IVl'-l; Northern Pacific, 17) i; do pre
ferred, It; Northwestern, 83%: New v. "irk Cen
tral, in:; 1 .,: Oregon Transcontinental, '.'".: Ore
gon Railway and Navigation,' 78 ; Pacific Mail,
13: Panama, 98; St. Louis and San Francisco,
14ji: Texas-Pacific, '.",: Union I'aeitic, 38%;
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s" Kxpress, 117; Western
Union, ">**'.,'.
New Viu:k. July 3d— Noon.— are active
and buoyant at the best prices of the week.
Large blocks of Grangers, Central Pacific and
l'nion Pacific were taken for long account. Cen
tral Pacific rose to '■'.'), Western l'nion .-."%
Northwest i. ■■'..'.. St: Paul to Hs^s. Pacific Man
to 43, and New York Central t.>i":e,.
New York, July Stocks active, higher,
although at limes there were slight reductions,
due to the desire of smaller traders to close out
contracts over the holiday. Tin re was a good
inquiry for leading shares, Union Pacific, the
special feature, rose to Sfi*^ St. Paul advanced
to To. Northwestern to 96, New Jersey Central to
'._' „ The market closed linn and strong.
The statue of " Liberty Enlightening the
World."
Washington, July 3d.— The following corre
spondence has taken place by telegraph be
tween Freliiighuyseii, Secretary of stale, and
Morton, American Minister at Paris, in regard
to the presentation on the Fourth of July, by
France to this country, of the colossal bronze
statute, *' Liberty Enlightening the World,"
whicli has recently been completed at Pari-.
MORTON TO FREI.INUHI VSXM :
Paris, June 77-th.
Hon. /■',■'". FSrHiaghugsea, Secretary, Etc.:
The French Government desiring to associate
itself with the undertaking of toe Franco-
American Union Committee, the President of
the Council proposed to join with the President
of the committee in the formal transfer of the
statue of Liberty, as a representative present to
the United States, pursuant to a resolution of
Congress of March, 1*77. The French Minister
of Marine also proposes to furnish a war vessel
for its transportation to the United States. The
ceremony of presentation is fixed for the ith of
July. - Lkvi P. Morton, Minister.
ri:i.:iN..iirv-i:N to morton.
Department OF State. > _§
Washington, June 30th./
Levi I. Morton, Minister, Paris Sir: lam
directed by the President to instruct you. as the.
representative of the in ited States Government,
to attend the ceremonies at Pans on the Fourth
of July incident to the presentation to this
country of the colossal bronze statue. " Liberty
Enlightening the World,"' and on behalf of the
President to make known its acceptance. You
will avail yourself ofthe opportunity to express
the thanks of the Government and people
of the l'nited States for the statue as a work of
art. and as a monument of the abiding friend
ship of the people of France. . You will assure
the Franco-American Union! Committee, the
President of the Council and the citizens ofthe
French Republic, that the American people re
turn most heartily the friendly sentiments
which prompted this noble gift to America.
Frederick t. Frkui-ghi y-::.\.
Destruction by Fire.
Boston, July 3d.— The factory of the Revere
Rubber Company, at Chelsea, and which occu
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