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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
VOLUME LIL--NO. 68.
DAILY RECORD-UNION
-»w*te_d ct the Post Office at Sacramento as _-___id class matter
rOBLISHI-D BY THE
SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPAHY.
f___c_tio- Office, Third st., bet. J and K.
♦ i . . ■
THE DAILY RECORD-UNION
Ii published every day of the week, Sunday* ex
cepted. Double-sheet" on Saturdays.
For one rear — ............... — ...... .$6 00
For six months _ - 3 50
ror three months 2 00
Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen
C—Kts per week. In all interior cities and towns
Die paper can be had ofthe principal Periodical
Dealer., Newsmen and agents.
THE WEEKLY UNION
b the- cheapest and most desirable Home, News
and Literary Journal published on the Pacific
•oiwt.
Terms. One Year- _ - -2 on
'TAMED— LOST—
ANTED-1!Y~A YOUNG MAN WHO IS
attending the YOI'XG MAN WHO IS
attending the Pacnuneoto Business Col-
lege, a Mtuiiti.m where he can work lor his
board and lodging before and after sc—ool hours.
Address "SAi i: IMENTI '." this office. nll-3t**
WANTED— A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN" FOR
housekeeper; German preferred. Ad-
dress FREDERICK MAHLE, lloncuv, Cal-nB-lw«
XTOTICE TO SLAUGHTER-HOUSE. AND
_\ Butchers: Wanted AIK from Cattle and
Horses' Tails to Make Hair Rope. Inquire IVES
il'r'iar Alley, ITT— and Second, O and P streets
(No. 1000). ' nfi-lm*
BED LOUNGE FOR SALE CHEAP— ALSO,
Four Good Parlor Stove-", at C. M. CAMP-
BELL'S, No. -H'*.i X" street. Dealer ill Sew nnd
Second-hand Furniture. Upholstering and Re-
pairing. Give me a call npl'J-lptf
_ TO FARMERS.
TITE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE NUMBER
V\ 'E HAVE ON HAND hands, just from the
\ i i ;>-; ii.,-. ranch hrni.ls, just from the
Western States; also, some Scandinavian and
German farm bands who can milk, plow and
chop wood; also, help "I various kinds, both
male and li male Send In four orders and the**
wiilbefilled immediately. HOUSTON AGO.,
Employment Office, corner Fourth and X streets,
Sacnunento. "el3-lptf
TOR SALE TO LET. f5,
FOR SALE— A HALF OR WHOLE INTER
est in the Western Hotel Hacking; Two
Carriages and Four Dorses and Harness. For
further particulars inquire at the office or ofthe
driver. nll-tf
FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT BE .MS*.
tween Twenty-fourth and Twenty- |s;;;
fifth ,on 0 street, will be sold on SATUR
DAY. November 15, 1884, at 10 a. si., by auction,
to the highest bidder; lot, 10x160 feet: also. Fur-
niture and a Cider Mill will be sold at same time
and place; sale positive. ■ HENRY SLACK.
' iilu-1 w*
FOR SALE-LOTS 3 AND 4, 160 FEET
iaie on cornerof Sixteenth and C streets,
with a good little house; title perfect, and only
51,200 for all. Apply to CARL BTKOBEL, 321 J
street. nS-Ct*
•nOR SALE— DRUG STORE IN COLUSA
F'ul: SALE— DRUG STORE IN COLUSA
tity, doing i;..iui bnsiness, with no op
position: will be sold cheap by assignee. Apply
to il .'. MOTT, Butte City, Colusa county. CaL
nT-iw
FOR SALE— FINE LOT EASTERN _**v_
L 1 DRAFT HORSES, at the Fountain *_£s?f*4
Stables. n7-lw« /2___,
FOR SALE— A ONE-HALF INTEREST IN* A
well-established blaeksmithing and wagon
making business, in tin- town of Auburn, Placer
county, Cal. For terms and particulars address
■T.-M. iVHITE, Auburn. olfi-lm
FARM FOR SALE, .
ONE OFTHE BEST IMPROVED, HOME- ARC
like places in this county— l6o Acres— oQ
25 Acres in Choice Bearing Vineyard; --___•
Aires Oichard: 2 Acres Alfalfa; 3 Acres Black-
berries; 3 Acre.-. Strawberries: good irrigating
facilities; cosy Cottage Home; large, new Barn;
a House for the Farm Hands; land we 1 fenced;
only eight miles from State Capitol; close to
Rail road station, School mid Church. Price,
only 910,000. For terms, Inquire ol CARL
.-ii:' 'BEL, No. ■ j; J street. Sacramento, Oil.
' nll-6t-wlt
MOTTOES !
Agricultural Land to Rent!
L)QA ACRES Or" FIRST-CLASS AGp.I-w.
i>> i >\ " cultural Land to Rent, from one to _W
live years, in tracts to suit. This Land is •*•
situated on the San Juan Grant, in Sacramento
county; is well watered, and well fenced: re •
i . ntly i leared, and iii produce Thirty Bushels
ot Wheat to the Acre. Apply to JOHN T. CARD-
WE!.!., Pals Seventh -treet, Sacramento: or to
''.!"'. L.VWTON, A-blaiid, Sacramento county.
;.-r.'£"-t'?; ■:,,'.. ■" nS-istf
Fruit Ranches For Sale.
1.1. (riming 100 acres in all; 'IT acres In
fable 'iiiipes of all varieties: :■"■ acres in Frail
frees, all bearing, young and healthy; mostly
'each. Thereis .i Good Dwelling, containing
' r.x'Mis, Large Stable, Pac-lnz-bouse, etc. .
Tl - soil is deep, clearol bed-rock or hardpan.
fhc fruit does not require Irrigation, ami no
-..;. rior Fruit or Grapes are brought to this
:... rkct. Situated miles from the city un.l
rae-half mile from railroad station. Tbe pro-
iueis of the place Will UCt over f i.-"i"i tliis
i .ir, and tiie peach crop « as very light.
so acres of land, 4 miles south of Hie
city; 20 acres in Grapes; ! acres in Strav,l..r-
rieirand Blackberries; _J_ acres in Fruit: good,
nearly new Dwelling: two Barns: two Wagons,
all Farming Tools, etc. Price, -ST.. -.('-(».
Wi* have subdivided ri tract nt Brighton,
frxsntini- on Sacramento Valley Railroad, into
10, li un.l -.ii acres, nd offer them for .81) per
aero; one-third caish.
Apply to
SWEETSER-. ALSIP,
Heal Estate ar.d Insurance Agents,
80. 1515 Fourth street, bet. J and X,
SACK v "-I I* nto.
s'.'-rplm
MONEY TO LOAN!
/P. REAL ESTATE AT A "'V RATEOF
V / interest, by I'ETER BUHL, :'.'-."' J street.
M-tf
JOHN T. STOLL 3
Wholesale Saddlery.
Dl IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
\J Full and Complete Lines of Saddlery Hard-
ware, 1 '
and Saddle Blankets, of varied style.-; Vaquero
3*. -C _* z_.T-_.i_t ctiircr
MmxWmmWam.
Of C__toi_-r_ade Ha r- X^_
ne..,; superior grades _4jf* '**•-
of Collars; Snake- f& %\$
whips ; Ladies' and ; ? %V\
Gentleraen's Sadr'ic-s; /£i \-\i\
Turf Goo T-i of every IB iV.A
description; First-fal il|\
Premiuni Saddle Trees, '.;:; \ f.'l
etc. \m Y\J
f-r,- Satisfaction g'lnran- \. \ /"•'**aK3'
teed in gunli'y and Price, V?V__^*2_r
and an inst>ccti...n of my >__SS^^r
large stock will amply repay *> •>• -r
puri'ha-s-cr«. —^
No. 010 I- STREET, SACRAMENTO.
_ dljvlptf "_
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST,
A large and varied assortment of :
Ka stern .Mra. -hi. i.-.-.i Slato :,,.,( Marble
Mantel*.
Something entirely new. Parties centenplat-
lug building slu.nl.l call. Al.vi. a ii:u* nvsort-
ment of Vermont, Italian Marble an.l Scotch
Granite. io'J-lplra] A. AITKEN", 617 X street.
- — "-— ■' ■■'Ml .l.li .11 —_-.„-■.„.. __ . ■ „_^
*
j^i " DR.HENL_Y-S W$ best'
v^-J extract or / T*fia -r-iMir*-
I tyZfS^SSsy\± § u_____
I /*_S_*®_%i 4 dys « psia
Ra! —._-_.*-.*.»*_*!, i sleep.
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_-___-_l|_-__-_-S%i fe ONG
t^lhxvt 1
j^ *_.*_.*• *»« ijra !o«i.*aoitTs;
fc.^-Vcniciou'.Sr -m- **trn*rfiou*v^yj I ■ *-»
fct^^:;*-^^^ [--"***■}
\/ir.OR For Men. Quick, -ore, safe. Book
v * •*-*■*-* *■ free. civale Agency. Pii Fulton
street , New York. teBo-iemtV
HALE BROS. & CO.
Undoubtedly every man in the city of Sacramento is de-
sirous of making his earnings go as far as possible, and to that
end is willing to make careful comparison. We believe this to
be the correct way. Do not buy too hastily ; look about and
satisfy your own judgment as to what House is naming the
lowest prices for good goods. We have taken great care and
pains in making our selections of CLOTHING, and our stock
to-day stands second to none on this coast, either in quantity,
quality, style or price. We know whereof we speak, and ask
each and every one making purchases in this line to test our _
assertion that we quote lower prices, quality considered, than
any firm on this coast. Then, don't buy your SUIT until you
have seen our assortment. We can assure you it will be to
your advantage.
Men's Single-breasted Sack Suits, in black
cotton basket cloth. Price, $4.
Men's Single-breasted Sack Suits, in grey
broken plaid, at $7 50.
Men's Single-breasted Sack Suits, in green
and black-mixed cassimere, at $8 50.
Men's Single-breasted Sack Suits, in brown
wool diagonal cassimere. Price, $12.
Men's Extra-heavy Blue and Black Beaver
Sack Suits. Price, $18.
Youths' Suits, in dark grey-mixed cassi-
mere; ages, 10 to 16. Price, $6.
Youths' Suits, in black and brown broken-
plaid cassimere, at $9 ; ages, 10 to 16.
Youths' Fine Dress Suits; ages, 10 to 17.
Prices, $13, $13 50, $14, $16 and $20.
Boys' Suits (jacket and pants) ; ages, 4to 11,
in a dark fancy-mixed cassimere. Price,
$3.
Boys' Suits; ages, 4 to 11 ; fancy mixture.
_ Price, $4.
Boys' Suits; extra-heavy cassimere ; ages,
4to 12 years. Price, $7. Finer grades,
at $8 and $9 50.
Men's Overcoats, from $5 to $24.
Boys' Overcoats!— A complete line from $5
upwards.
We have a full assortment of Men's and
Boys' Separate Pants.
Our Stock of Rubber and Oil Clothing is
complete. Obtain our prices.
Orders from the Country Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
HUT I? DDAC & fA
•_. i' i r i B\*>!*%S9iV I.) _ li ■
HjjJu Dl-vO- H in/.j
-Nos. 829, 881, 833, 835 it street, and 102 C Ninth street Sacramento.
S Z"E_33X_. _0-^]O.3BE3X> l/VII-E!
.-.00 TONS ON* HAND, AND FOE SAI IN* QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
FIRST QUALITY (Galvanized), 5, cents per pound
FIRST QUALITY Painted, 4 : , cents per pound
_.*__.__i_* , **_ t.3____i__, ■**_>•_-" _:_£_2i_j *V^C3*_-l_*"_. .**_*,
Non. .107 anil 309 .1 STREET, '.>-_-•-- 1 -: * SACKAMKNTO, CAT.
-_ri&_foi__r___ the
Sacramento "Bee" 10-cent
AM)
" Record-Union" G-cent Cigar'
THE DEST IX THE MAKKET, AT
D. GERMANUS & CO.'S.,
No. 420 J street, between Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento,
oil -lpta-TuThS
MILLINERY.
MILLINERY OPENING. ""
ITJ/E WILL OPEN" FOR INSPECTION ON
VV Thurday, Friday and Saturday, October
16th, 17tb and ISth, our French Pattern Bonnets
and Round Hats, together uitli all the late -' .
novelties in Fine Millinery, which the ladies of
Sacramento nre cordially invited to call and ex-
amine at MESDAMES BARBER <- PEALER, 621
J street, between sixth and Seventh, Sacra-
mento. s- lply j
MILLINERY OPENING!
sr' -
Call and see the GRAND OPENING of all
The Latest stales In Fall and Whiter
"I iliiii.-i Goods at
_\-_ _.•«. Knt-cnstcin's,
No. CO.". _ street. so Iplm
_ _
a G. GRIFFITHS, |
A- Y\. I'ENRTN
WM GRANITE WORKS.
— s-~a -r^j 'I '
'*-*--• -5i I '. PENRTN, t.VL.
i-J--..--* 1. — -.
'_F ■'.r- ' . T.-i *
{t_s__23i [urn
v -a — ~-i~i'- ?•„_ *pHE BEST VARIETY AND
' — -.jr»- g S I Largest Quarries on the
*C_*ri— - — V Pacific Coast. Pol— bed Gran-
;t_ ■:.:- Tombstones cud Tablets made
loonier. •'-" -
ir Uraulte Building Stone Cut, Dressed
ami Polished to Order. 011-ltS-m
NEUBOURG & LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt House.
HOPS, MALT, PRODUCE, GRAIN, FEED
aud Brewers' - plies.
I jlfi. 1018, 1090 Fifth st., Sacramento.
c»- Exchange Sold on all the Prin.-pal (lifes
COI* — WtWA. aill-'lltf
J. R. WEBSTER,
i No. 1301 J street Sacramento,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Lirtuors,
TOBACCO, CIGARS,
Ciilifr.ri-.iii Produce, etc. Wines and Liquors for
Family Use a Specialty. 09 1 1-" m
J. F. HILL,
No*. 1301 to 1323 J street, Sacramento.
MANUFACTURER < ' *"'^3_"***J
. Carriages, Buggies, 1- rj_tS3»rC^.
press, Thoroughbrace *""'W"2y3*^-
Quart- Wairons. Deader ln Oak, > * r
Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokes, Fel-
lies, Bows, Rim«, Shafts and Poles. Manufact-
urer of the " LIGHTNING" HAY PRESS. Send
for Catalogues --' '.':■' m—-lptf
anheusefTst. look
____-____! _=_ ,
OS DRAVCHT, AT
GRUHLER'S SALOON,
No. -2'" .T street. *]e_D-lplm] S»rr<aii..nlo
PAINTS AND OILS.
JL.CHADDERIX IMPORTER AND DEAL-
O . erin Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass,
Mixed Paints, .Art-— and Painters' Materials,
Wall Paper, etc. No. 9M X s'.., Sacramento.
iyl 7-1 1—
SACRAMENTO, WEDNESDAY MORN NO, NOTEMBER 12, 1884.
■ l -11111-M—i — —- 11111. !!.■ I 11.l I .1 111M.1.W111 II ■ I lII—
FRUITS, SEEDS AM) PRODUCE.
/^__^V
i Js^SrW^hj v f^^^__-*£^
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
GENERA- CO*M~MI_SION MERCUANTS,
AM' BIIIPPEES op Alt. __tD9 of
Frnlts, Vegetables and General Produce.
Cariful attention given to the Selection and
Packing of Che l. Fruits for distant markets.
! Nos. 308 and 31 OK street, Sacramento, Cal.
ll lm
- • ■.■-■■-■ -
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
/."'.MIS-lON MERC— ANTS AND DEALERS
\J in
SEEDS, FRUITS » NER.VL PRODCCH
Wfßß__tfM_B-B_r* ■ r..T i a flB-BW B BBPBH_B__S_Bi
Proprietors CAP! NURSERIES, •"actamea-
to. Cat. Seed and Tree Catalogues set t free on
application. Nos. 8, 8 and 10 ■! sti loet, Sat-
run. ent. i. . a" I*
SACRAMENTO BRANCH
PACIFIC FRUIT COMPANY,
J. F. FARNSWORTH, Agent.
looc, ions and 1010 Second St., Sacramento
WfIIOLKSALE AND COMMISSION DEALERS
V \ irr (*alifornis Green an.. Dried Fruits .Nuts,
Raisins, Honey, Oranges, Prodnce, etc. Partic-
ular attention rain Vine filling of orders for
and irii.m. of nil kindsof Fruits in their sea
son Principal office, -.OS and '.IO Davis *■ ■•■■»-:,
can Fraucisco. "jag-lplm
A. MOOS-B. S. '. r.irsos.
S. GERSON & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEKCHANTS AND
r Dealers in
Imported and Domestic Fruits, Vegeta-
bles, Nuts, etc.,
NO. 220 .1 **TR__— -,
Between Second and Third, 3acramento.fjy--lm
LYON & CURTIS,
(Successor!: to LYON & BARNES),
pOMMWi'ION MERCHANTS AND D-AI-HR-
in
Produce, Vegetables ami Fruits,
POTATOES, BEANS, BUTTER, EGGS, HONEY",
POULTRY, XT.:.
Nos. 117 to 123 .1 Street. jc23-lptf
BU*_— — i. C-B-OOEY. C.C.BA-XCS. FRANK GREGORY
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Successors to Gregory „ Co.),
Nos. 120 and i2B J Street,
WRO-I— ALE DEALERS IN PRODUCE AND
W Fruit. Fn.l — — ks of Potatoes, Vegetables,
Green and Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfaita, Butter,
Eggs, Cheese Poultry, etc., always ou hand. Or-
ders filled at lowest rate*. jcl'J-tf
ij - ■■'—■-•-. ■**— — ?■>»
HENRY ECKHARDT,
C>"IJJ--»3--CXT--:.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOL, FISH- v /- J
ing Tackle. Cutlery. Aamunl- **>A--*^
lion of all descriptions. Guns «=^_>>«_s'
Choke-hored. Stocks Bent, 'in.l^^K : .J7\.
! Repairing on Guns and Rifles a/ A ' "•"
I Specialty. 523 lv street, Sacramento. o-I
BUSINESS CARDS.
T. QUIXN & SONS,
CARRIAGE I PAINTERS (LATE FOREMAN
of painting department of the California
Carriage Factory, Eighth and X), with Pike it
Young, Fourth and L streets, Sacramento. Fine
finish and durability guaranteed. aul6-."m
__.' K. KOSK'S
AGRICULTURAL WORKS, NINTH AND X
streets, builds every description of Pump-
ing Machinery, Steam Engines, Horse- powers,
etc. A New Design of DEEP WELL PUS— ' just
out r;--.*. ■*>;::■• au—o-tf
GEORGE W. YOUNG,
SUCCESSOR TO PIKE & YOUNG, CARRIAGE
Manufacturer, corner Fourth and L streets,
Sacramento. Established in 1850. Ail sizes of
Buggies, Phaetons, Spring and Thoroughbrace
Wagons. Repairing, Paint-;*-; and Trimming
done. -_ m'JO-lptl
DAN. HYMAN*. " . .1. HYMAN, JK.
J. HYMAN, Jit., St BRO.,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS, m~
506 J street, between Firth and jsi*7Sv
Sixth, have alwayson hand a choice vari- (',_/ '&
ety of fine Watches, Diamond-, Jewelry, ____
etc. • ja7-lm
C. ZWICK-L,
M -STREET FOUNDRY, BETWEEN FOURTII
and Fifth. Cast-iron Founder ; Manufact-
urer of aU]__—S of Cast and Rod-Iron Kailiiiijve
aud Fences. All Building Castings made to order.
_ -.--. s.~)-lplm
H.^. BOOT. a:.::.v. kkhson. i. DBISCOL.
KOOT, NEILSON _ CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON AND BRASS
Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
tweeu N and 0. Castings and Machinery of
every description made to order. 'a**_-_pl— a
K. rosrTEB. J. o niKsroN.
1830. _*. FOSTER _ CO., 1884.
rjoOK-BINDi::::-;. PAPER-RULERS AND
ty Blank-Bctfi Ma incur era, No. 319 J street,
between Third am*. Fourth. Sacrameuto.i^-I
JAMES -.IcGl'll'l'*,
MANUFACTURER OF ROAD SCRAPERS,
itl Iron Doors, Jail Cells, Shutters, Railings,
Gratings, Housework and Blaeksmithing in gen-
eral, No. 520 X street between Fifth ami Sixth.
Second-hand Doors fir sale. jc-'— '-.ptl
S. CARL— B. J. CROLY.
CAULK & CROLY,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
i pared to do all kinds of work in their line,
in city or country. Principal place of business,
Sacramento. Shop. No. it:: Second street, be-
tween X and L. PO— office Box No. 410, Sacra-
mento. jeirl-tptf
YSICIASS AND SURGEONS.
T. A. SNIDER, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND si'RiiKox, southeast corner
of Second and X streets. Otlice Hours—
to 1030 a. m: 2 to 1. and 7to '.' I*, m. Residence,
913 M street, between Ninth and Tenth, au*— -tl
DR. NIXON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE-
tween Ninth and Tenth, Nos. 918 and 920.
Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A.
_. Office hours—, to 9A. St.; 1 to 3 i*. «., and
evenings. jyl-tf
Ffj I>RS. KELLOGO „ GOSS,
CORNER SEVENTH AND l STREETS, SACRA-
MENTO. Office Hoars:
Miss Dr. Kellogg— Miss Dr. Goss—
9 to 10 A. M. S to 9 a. M.
12 to 2 v. M. 2 to 5 p. _.
6 to 7 P. M. 7 to S P. M.
Sunday, 12 to 3. 5.6
JJK. LAINK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— AND
Residence, No. 823 J street, between Third
and Fourth. Hours— to 10 A. Jt, Bto 5 and 7to
SP. M. Oilice of City Superintendent of Public
Schools at same place. scs-lplm
WAL ELLERY KRIGGS, M. D.,
OCULIST, AUKIST, AND PHYSICIAN* FOR
Diseases of the Throat Office, 4— % J
street, comer of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank,
Sacramento, Cal. Hours : 0:30 to 12 a. It; Ito 4
p. M. Sundays : 9:30 to 11 A. m.; Ito 4 P.M. jyl-tl
UK. A. E. BKUNE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
the University of Berlin, Germany. Office
and residence, No. 521 J street, between Firth
and Sixth, Sacramento. Office hours— to 11 A
m.; 8 to 5 and 7 to 8 i*. M. jy!3-tf
WALLACE A. BKIGGS, ML D.,
PHYSICIAN AND OBSTETRICIAN. OFEICE
and residence No. 212 J street, Sacramento.
( Bto 9 a. ji. )
Office Hours :■) 11 a. m. to 2P. M. >-jel2-4ptf
I 6:30 to BP. M. )
*_____ — ____ K _--——■ onn r^>a^-t*^E^oa^*mcm^a*a*am^mm*^Mmx.mrxrmam
|?ATTOE-iEYS-AT-I_VW.
Grove 1.. Johnson*. a. C. FR*__f_-.*.
Geobce E. Bates.
FREEMAN, JOHNSON ft HATES,
ATTO-NEYS-AT-LAW, —0 FIFTH STREET,
/\ Sacramento, and southwest corner Califor-
niii and -.i'isihih. streets. San Fraucisco. nl-tf
W. C. VAN Ft.-"!-.'!. W. I!. TREADWEI.—
"_!__l*Tl- _ & VAN FLEET.
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS. CO3 1
__ street, near AND COUNSELORS, COIS 1
Btreet, near sixth. Sacramento, i al. at'--tp
YV. S. ItEATTY ft S. C. DKNSON,
4 TTORN_.*S AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
f\ Offices: Metropolitan Block,' street, be-
Offices: Metr •; ilitan Block, X str.".;. be-
tween Fourth and Fifth , Sacramento. Entrance
next dcor 'o Metropolitan Theater. 01-tf
v.. L WHITE. A. L. HAI'.T.
HART & WHITE,
I ATTORNEYS AND COUXSELORS-AT-LAW.
I ;:\ Offices at th southwest corner of Fifth
I and J sti 3cts, Sacramento, California. je_>-tf
it.sr.Y 1.. bvi—UTV. S. SOLON HOI.L.
HOI.I. ft BUCKLEY,
* TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
/_ Office: Northeast coiner Sixth and 1
itreets, Sacramento. jel'-tf
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"PENTISTIJI^
S. S. SOUTHWOBTH,
sill ESSOR TO
Brewer & SOCTHAVORTH, dentists,
I.) Seventh and J streets, Sacramento.
nil.. 11.'.1rl
R_-lOVE_.
171I 71 F. TEBBETS, DENTIST, TO 014 ,- -^ran.
C. Sixth street, between I and .'. ■.•**■'•-?££.
west side, opposite Congregational ''-tUJTI?
Church. au.-.-tf
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■TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN*
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I in
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, •:'* : 'r' , ; .
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SeCX-SSORS TO— —
WILCOX, rOWERS ft CO..
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer*,
SO •30T. X STREET. fiyl-4p-l -AC— AMI -MO ]
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G-___>o___=_lS,
Cor. Thirteenth and H*street«, Sacramento
CIARRY A CHOICE AND SELECT STOCK OF
I Family cries. Fine Wines and Liquors;
also, Farm I'r. 'rue, '.all at lowest prices.
- C-l-ipim
MARTIN KESTLER,
• TAXUFACTURER OF BUGG—S: FARM.
jHL Express, Freight, Header and Quart
Wagons. Repairing, etc., dono nt short notice.
: 1010 to 1011 Ninth «.. bet. .1 and K. Sacramento.
an!7-4plni
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JL " THE QUEEN OF
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Prof. T. L. Bru
-A.2sr^TXJ_A-i_, s_-_.i___:
Of all Grocers, Druggists,
BEWARE OF
2-JSCELLANEOUS.
Words of Warning and Comfort.
" If you are suffering from poor health or
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if you are simply oiling, or if you feel
'weak and dispirited,
' ivithoutclearlykuow-
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If you are a minister and
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with care and work, or a man of business or
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If you are suffering from over-eating or
-inking, or any indiscretion or dissipation,
or are young and growing too last, as is
often i'nc case,
"Or. if you arc in the workshop, on th.
' farm, at the desk, anywhere-, mist feel
'that your system need's cleruisiug, ton-
' Ing, or. simulating, without in ixicat-
' ing, if you are old. .--- %
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'feeble, nerves unsteady, faculti.-s
'waning. Hop Bitters is'whut >•; i nee*.! lo
'givcyoti new life, health urn! vigor.**
If yon are costive, or dyspeptic, or s-:!tt'r- '.;".' '
ing from »c;* other of the uuiui-.rotis di*
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own fault if you remain ill. If
you arc wasting away v.:!:; any form
of Kidney disease, stop tempting death this
moment, and turn for a— cure to Hop Hitters.
If you are sick with 'Vat terrible sick-
noss. Nervousness, .'. "i". will find a "Balm
in Gileaci *' in Hup Bitters.
«
—If you are a frequenter, or a resident of
— miasmatic district, barricade your sys-
--r.ru against the scourge of oil countries,
— Miliaria. Enidemic, Bilious and Inter-
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If you have rough, pimply or sallow skin, bad
breath, Hop Bitter.- will give you fair skin, rich
blood, the sweetest breath and health.! $500 will
be paid for a case they will not cure oraelp.
A Lady's Wish,
" Oh, how I do wish my skin was as clear and
'soil as yours," said a lady to her friend. ■" You
'can easily make it' so." answered the friend.
*■ How"."' inquired the first lady.
"By using Hop Bitters that makes pure, rich
blood* and blooming health. It did it for me as
you observe."
4Sr* None genuine without a bunch of green
Hops on the- white Inbel. Slum all the vile. poi-
sonous tiff with "Hop" or "Hops" in their
name.
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HAMBURG
tL -JE-- *__-__•-
A young lady in one of our prominent institu-
tions of learning, who was a great favorite, not
only among her classmates but with all i he-
faculty, was obliged to give up her studies and
return home seriously ill. Chronic nervous sick
headache, accompanied digestion, by wiiieh the
circulation and nutrition of the brain was im-
paired, rendered her very miserable. A physician
was called, who, apparently not understanding
the nature of her ailment, tailed to afford relier.
A friend who had been similarly afflicted, ami
found immediate icliefby using Emil Frese's
HambnrgTea, recommended the game to her.
She made trial of it. and, to her great joy, found
a decided improvement as the result After a
few ilavs' use of this popular remedy she was
fully restored. ap'J-12or3ply*_WF.t« ly
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v..-.vcri-tle California.
I ] .VYING TAKEN C-AR.E OFTHE ABOVE
J 1 place, which I have '-■-•*.,• nd Im-
j.nive'l throiighci'-.t. I now ike pleasure in in-
viting my friends and the public in general to
give me a call, where tbey will find everything
conducted in a tirr;- )-.,•- manner.
oir.-lm* . 11. .1. DAIS'S, Proprietor.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
3.0 to t'.'-'c* X street.
OPPOSITE POSTOFFK .-:. SACRAMENTO]
t'al. W. A. CASWELL; Proprietor. i hi*
house has been thoroughly renovated and re-
i'::r!ii- : ,i (1 throughout, and is now one ofthe
most desirable family hotels in the city. Board
and room, Sl, Sl 25 and SI 50 per day. Board,
14 per week.
MEALS. -.-. CENTS.
Street Cats pass the door cc ury tive . nutes.
oGlm |
PACIFIC HOTEL,
Corner littli and Ii -'. -.. Sacramento. Cut
NEWLY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT, AN!
J supplied with all modern Improvement*-.
Board and Lodging, tri 5u tn 52 per cloy. Meals,
25 cents. Hams ir." to guests. Saloon con- :
nected with the house. C. F. SINGLETON, pro- |
prietor. '.""lm
FIFTH-STREET HOTEL
Nos. 1011 and 1013 rifth nt, bet.", and X,
SACK ■'•■-.!.
FRANK A. SCHIrLEit Proprietor
BRKW-KS? AM) OAIRI ENS' HOME.
Meals. 2V.:. Lodging. 25 and We. perjirghi.
_ ..t:*-ty
! FISHER'S DINING ROOMS
No" .-.:;> .1 STREET.
TABLE SUPPLIED .WITH ALL THE DEI I-
j_ nicies of tin Sc.t-o"'. Special attention
given to Banquet* and Wedding Cakes.
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GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner Seventh and It Streets.
-.- STRICTLY FIRST- CL ASS. '_*»
Free 'Bus; o anal from the Cars.
m'aO-ly ,1.111 lis Me SA *- tt, Prop'r.
CENTRAL HOUSE,
810 _ BJO St., i..'. Eight n and Ninth.
BORAD, per week W
BOARD AND LODGING SB to *****
ME.VLS 2b cents
lIOItNLEIN* !*.tt»)S., Proprietors.
"' *'- " ' i '- : ' '
C3f* Street Cars from '■.',- pass the door every
Eve minutes. .... ' fes-fim
RESTAURANT DE FRANCE.
4-7 X St., net. Fnurlli and Fifth.
P-TVATEROOMS FOR FAMILIES. azl _,
L *_~* Entrance on Fifth street. .--•'.'. 'v'vSi
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. "fe"'s_&
Ii 1 3 :ni LOUIS PAYEN. Proprietor '•*--*
CAPITAL HOTEL,
SACRAMENTO,
CORN'EK SEVENTH ANT) X STREET
! BLESSING at GUTHRIE, Proprietors..
I __-Free Omni-iia to and from the Cars"~S_
I __ Ivl3-lf
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w ' " *-'**« »-»c~~ , -».ii .y r.entctirc. Book
free. Civale Agency, 160 Fulton street, New York.
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IMITATIONS.
POLITICAL AFFAIRS.
WORK OF CANVASSING THF HE
TURNS IX M*W YORK.
All Byes Watching the Pivotal
State*- Both Sides Still Conli
tlcnt—Tiu* Next House*.
[SPECIAL r.Y TELEGRAPH TO THE RECORD 1.V"*..;
THK C'INTV CASVASSI-O BOARDS.
New York, November 11th.— The follow
ing figures give tin* result of the official
canvass to-day in various bounties in New
York State :
Queens county : The Supervisors sent
back the returns of nine districts to the
Inspectors. In each ins.* the Inspectors
failed to give the total number of votes
cast When the returns from the first dis
trict of the Kirst Ward of Long Island City
were presented the counsel representing
the Republican. State Committee questioned
their validity, claiming thai they were not
signed by properly qualified Inspectors;
He said he had been told that Beany, Chair
man of the Board of Inspectors-, left the
polling place, had received no ballots,
and had not been present when they were
cast and counted, and thai another person
had taken his place and signed the returns
without being duly qualified. Supervisor
McLaughlin suggested that the Objections
of counsel were interfering with the work
of the Boards, and moved that the canvass
proceed. This course was adopted, and no
lurtlier notice was taken of counsel's ob-
.Hon. Counsel also claimed thai the
vote of Newtown was in excess of the reg
istry, but upon an inspection of the registry
books it was discovered thai it was several
hundred less. It is now almost certain
i that .here will be no change in the figures
as already published, showing Cleveland's
majority to be 1,! ... The Board re-con
venesatil \. ill to-morrow, sand expects to
complete the canvass of the Electoral vote
before noon.
Richmond county: Tin* Chairman of
the Board of Can sen * invited the Chair
men of the County Republican and Demo
cratic Committees t.i witness the count.
which was only interrupted by the offering
of four affidavits of men who 'declared that
they voted for Butler in Smithtield. but
believed their votes were credited to (.'leve
land. The Board of Canvassers took no
notice ofthe affidavits, and the official vote
was declared as follows : Blame 3,104,
Cleveland 5,133, Butler 73, .St. John !) '.
Fulton county-: Blame 4,017, Cleveland
3,524; Butler 38, St. John .''.';.
Hamilton county: Blame.—l , Cleveland
5G7, Butler 3, St. John .'l.
Putnam conntj : Blame 2,10., Cleve
—nd 1,526, Butler 1. St. John GO.
Tioga county: Blame 1,367, Cleveland
3,370, Cutler 204, St. John 401.
Oswego county : Blame '■>:■>, >',, Cleveland
7,434, Butler 265, St. John 560.
Cattaraugus county : Blame 7,463, Cleve
land 6,065, Butler 37*2, St. John 030.
Westchester county: Blame 11,286,
Cleveland 12,521, Butler 255," St.* John 137.
The returns from a! i the towns except Os
sinning and Newcastle are canvassed.
These will not chang • the result.
Rockland county: Blame 2,502, Cleve
land 3,0.7, Butler 28, St. John 123.
Lewis county: Blame 3,854, Cleveland
3,773, Butler 11. St. John 111. . V
Wayne ounty: Blame 0,843, Cleveland
1,730, Butler 40.**, St. John 433.
Herkimer county: Blame 6,138, Cleve
land 5,328, Butler 56, St. John 327.
Onondaga county: Blame. l(',H!)2, Cleve
land 13,10.5, ButlerOO, St. John 601!
Allegany county: Blame 0,008, (.'leve
land 3,8-6, Butler 736, Blame. 10,892, Cleve
-I 13,165, Butler OD. St. John 601.
illegally county: Blame 0,068, Clevc-
Washington county : Blame 7.:-:7. Cleve
land 4,2.'-', Butler 115, St. John 255.
Esse*, county: Blame 4,551; Cleveland
2,770_ Buffer 01, St. John (55.
Madison county : Blame 0.008, Cleve
land -l.stii. Butler so, St. John 52!).
Montgomery eonntv : Blame 5,505,
ClfVelaiid .Vii'.;, Butler! 43, S'.. John 134'
IV |,3C4, Bntlef S6, St. John .'r.u. Cleve
lontj rim •■! '.- ci iiintv : Blame 5,505,
veland 5.413, Butli r IS. S». John 134.
10,0-17, Cleve
land 0,000, Butler ."'-7, Sti John OOL
in I'ulti.ii;'!!.' Jli.iiiilii.!i counties Blame's
niinality is 1,047, showing no change" from
former figures.
The Board of Canvassers of Waynceoun
tj sent nut committees to several towns to
reconvene the Inspectors to correct clerical
errors in the* returns. No change is ex
pected in tire figures! already published,
'flu official vote of Ontario county can
not be ascertained until to morrow, the
11 •'.'■: of Canvassers having adjourned mi
till I o'clock. -V"
I in* Monroe connty Board of Supervisors
niel to-day tis a Board of Canvassers, and
:t motion to canvass tlie electoral votes lirst
was lost/ The point was raised, and sus-
I he by the* Chairman; that only the
to-day rr- a 11 if I 'anvasai rs, and
ition to invass tin ! *eti al . -n s iirst
lost.' '! he poinl .' a - rail i '. . nd sus
ic-il Uy tiie Chai that c tily the
towns ii"-. Supervisors had the original
certilieates ' ■' the turns, signed by the In
spector .it' diction, could be legally can
vassed. Only seven out ol ihe :'.*> Super
visors had such certilieali s with them.
Three of these towns were canvassed and
found all right. The Board then adjourned
until to-morrow afternoon.
The Supervisors of Columbia county ad
■'lt. i-niorrow afternoon. corrected re-
Sup . V-. rs ' . ' ' • ' nml ia c< mnly ad
; , '! until tii-iiu ii-ro-.v for corrcc.i '1 re
turns from the First District — Chatham
and Copal.*.
Chautauqua connty : Blame 10,070,
Cleveland 5,861, DntTer 131. St. John 540.
ICavugn coun ' : Blame !' 206, Cleveland
1i,041,' Butler 4.'!, St. John 5011
IV. in - ston county : Blame 5,101. Cleve
land 4,050, Butler lis. St John :;75.
-''■!:' '■■::.. -.: line 3,200, Cleve
:"V 2,077, ■:. .-■■ 41, 51..1..! in 106. The
electoral returns from nine election dis
tricts were -without tickets attached; and
were; sent back for correction. Hie Hoard
meets again to-morrow.
The canvass of Dutchess county was half
completed. The ..in, from several
towns ten sent back in have clerical errors
corrected; .
Wyoming connty: Blame 141. Cleve
land.!.!:*!, Butler 53, St. John -1.-3.
Orange county: Ke turns from several
towns and districts were sent back for cor
rection of clerical errors. None material.
Ulster county: Some returns were sent
Lack to the inspectors, owing to ulari
tics which do not affect the Presidency.
I'll.' Democrats and Republicans arc repre
sented by counsel.
Otsego county: Cleveland 7.307, Blame
r..-7i. Butler ■- i. St. John 132.
Niagara county* Blame 5,875. Cleveland
0,103.
Schoharie county: Blame, 3,-172; Cleve
land..")..'}.';!): Butler", 37 : St. John, 17.:.
Saratoga county: Blame, 8,100; Cleve
land. 5,846; Butler, 92; St.John, 425.
Orleans county: Blame, 3,907 ; Cleveland,
2.o(is; Butler, (iS; St. John. GOO.
Yates county: Blame, 3,101; Cleveland;
1,018; Butler. 130; St. John, 20 l.
Clinton county : Bia inc. 5,973; Cleveland,
5,151; Butler, li); St. John, 35.
Rensselaer count**.: Blame, 13,750 ; Cleve
land, 13,41 I: Butler,' 6B6" St. John, 410.
Seneca county : Blame, 3,30!); Cleveland,
3,027; Butler, so; St. John, 111).
Warren county : 81aine, .'',577 ; Cleveland,
2,703; Butler, 170; St. John, 123.
[In Warren county a typographic*— error in
previous report made Blame's vote 4,577, when
it should have been :',*.77.]
The Board of Canvassers of Tompkins
connty adjourned until to-morrow noon.
Tho canvass of votes for Presidential
electors in Broome and -Chemung counties
is not yet completed, owing to clerical
errors.
The canvass of Oneida county adjourned
until to-morrow, on account of defe»etivi
returns from the First and Fourth Wards
of Rome. The errors are simply clerical
The County Clerk's returns show thai
Blame received 13,780, Cleveland 13,820,
Butler 180, St. John 804, blanks 3.
Niagara county: The Board of Supervis
ors adjourned Without making a declara
tion, owing to irregularities. The igures
, given to Blame and Cleveland will doubt
less siand.';. i
Albany county: The sub-committee ol
the Board of County Canvassers metthis
evening, and the Twelfth Ward matter was
considered. The Democratic candidate, in
J whose favor the change of votes was made,
refused to profit by it, and the effect will be
to elect the Republican candidates for Coun
ty Treasurer a:*.;! Coroner. The vote on
Presidential electors will be officially can
vassed to-morrow. There will be m
change, as far as known. The plurality
i Cleveland is 650.
Genesee i turfy: The Board of Can
vassers of this county found several techni
cal errors, sent the returns back for correc
tion, and adjourned till to-morrow. It i;
not thought the errors mentioned wil!
make any difference in the* majority firs]
;iven for Blame.
Jefferson county : Tin* Board or Canvass
ers have adjourned until 1- o'clock to
morrow.
Erie county: The County Canvassers
began their work this morning, and to
night finished the Presidential vote, without
making any change from Blame's majority
of 1.4!" '. " -rv: ••*-
Dispatches to the Courier confirms tin
old figures in Cattaraugus conuty of 1,88.
majpnty for Blame.
Chautauqua county gives 1,800 majority
for Blame, and Wyoming county 1..--.' ma
jority for I'.:. line.
New York, November lltli.— To-day at
noon the Board of Aldermen were sworn
in as a Board of County Canvassers. Charles
B. Wniie. Republican, was elected i hair
man. The Board-room was filled with
lawyers interested in the count, and specta
tors. Among the lawyers present, repre
senting the Republican National and State
Committees, were Wm. M. Kvarts. Colonel
George Bliss. Robert Sewell, Clarence A.
Seward and William Allen Butler. "flu*
Democratic National ami State Committees
were represented by General Francis C.
Barlow, Kraklin Burt lett, Aaron J. Vaneler
nool, Charles I*. Mill— , Francis M. Scott,
Francis 1.. stetson, Edward R. Bacon anil
James c .Carter. _ resolution was offered
that none bul those having business with
the Board should be allowed to remain in
tin* room during its session. This was lai. l
"'i the table. The requisite com mi
were appointed — on Protests, Supervising ;
of Returns, etc-. William I. Kirk 'Tam
many) read si protest against any votes
being counted that were cast for William
R. Grace for Mayor, on the ground thai it
had been publicly and semi-oineially
asserted and believe by many people that
Oracc not a naturalized "citizen. This
matter was referred t«. the Committee on
Protests. The Board then adjourned until
to-morrow.
New Yokk, November lltli. — The Kings '
county Board of Canvassers met to-day. A
number of citizens were* present,*—*, also
counsel representing the Republican an.l
Democratic National and state Commit
tees. Jobn ii. Sickling was eleclecl
Chairman, and the usual committees ap
pointed, ait. which the Board went to
work mi i ii.- ' an> a.- -
in. ',:;:. November 1 Ith -The Board
of Canvassers of Livingston county met to- .
day, but, finding errors in sonic of the
returns, sent them back and adjourned |
until to-morrow. flic > 'h'niniiuu of tin
j Board aaihorizes tlie statement that Blame's
plurality in the connty is 1.1 .*)■".
MII'MOUT RK**ORT.
New York, November lltli— Midnight.—
Ip to this hour the result of the ballot for
Presidential Electors has li en declared in
::.". of the (in counties of this Slate. The
last previous reports of the County Clerks
showed a Democratic plurality of 1,280. I
To-day's canvas.* showed a net loss to Blame !
of four votes. The remaining .7 counties,
with two exceptions, have reported pro
gross, and will for the most pan report tiie
result of the canvass morrow. To
day's reports speak of irregularities in form,
but no mention is made of any serious dis
crepancy in the count. Several counties,
which did not to-day complete their official
canvass, reported tbat there was no reason
to believe thai when completed the figures
would show any change from those al
ready given. The canvassed returns re
ceived by the Democratic State Committee
from 24 counties indicate a change of six
votes in favor ol Blame against sixty (in
Lexington) in favor of Cleveland. No re
turns have been received by tin Republican
National Committee at the Victoria Hotel,
and Chairman Draper, ol the Republican
State Executive Committee, could not be
found. General John N. Knapp, a stal
wart Republican from Auburn, said he be
lieved the official canvass would make no
material change in the publisher! returns.
"If there's any bitch," said he, "it will
he in New York and Kings counties. Up j
in the country the people know .1 hours
after ihe closing of the polls what the re
sult is. 1 think it is a sure thing. - ' In the
I the closing <if the polls comity Hoard I
t is. I think it is a sure thing." In tbe
ici— l canvass of the Kings connty Board
Supervise—., the returns in the six wards
examined to-day. beginning with the First,
showed Cleveland t>> have i 1..'.'.' votes and
Blame -..it'..
New York, November l.'ii. A. v.—
There is absolutely nothing new in politi
cal circles; Quiet reigns everywhere, and
ihe official returns begun to-day show no
material differences given previously by
the Associated Press, a,
•i ;--'-■'■ ."i STIEs.
New York. November 12th. — *„ it. — The
following i— unties have yet to report offi
cially the vote for Presidential Electors at
the recent election : Albany. Broome,
Chemung, Chenango, Columbia; Cortland.
I . ware, Dutchess' Eric, Franklin, t.c-u
--es c. lire ene, Jefferson, Kings. Livingston, .
j Monroe, New York. Oneida Orange* Oswe
go. Queens! Si. [.a wrence, Schuyler, Suifol kj
Sullivan, Tompkins, Ulster.
the '"' '• '.':• mist sir i i.i. wait.
New York, November I It!'. - Several
counties have reported the oflicial canvass
nil to . I. si. , lu.t ill none of them have any
notable changes taken place. One county
found irregularities that compelled an ad
journment until 10-morr..*.v. The irregulari
i ties were, however, purely technical. The
machinery in New Yuri; and King's coun- |
ties will move slowly, and ii" statement of
the final results will be made for some
C WEEK'S nr .. '. '. IN ' "IN I I \... '.
New York, Noveniber lltli. — The Mail
and Express says : The official count of tho
ballot in every county in the State is now
in progress. The work will be* very their;
bugh! Neither party yields an inch. Every
figure will be closely scrutinized in the
counties of, the State. official i uitnt usually
illot in cvi : n ii." State is m iw
n ss. The ■■. k will In- \i ry thor
igh. Neither party yields an inch. Every
ture will 1"* closely scrutinized in the
.untie - •' the state. A wei k is usually
consume- at the work. In this city and
Kings county less time is required. Four
years age tin official can vass of the State
was not completed until November 20thJ
over one week distant. Prominent lawyers
on both sides will watch the count.
THE I. EG AI. • liKTKOVI I". : V
Philadelphia, November lltli. A well
informed stall' correspondent of the I'
now i-r New York, telegraphs concerning ■
the legal controversy which is likely to arise
over the disputed returns. The large
Democratic majority in the Board eof Al
dermen will he used to force speedy action, .
and a large proportion ofthe Democratic
Judges may J>e relied upon to issue orders
vacating an;, mandamus granted by Re
publican Judges. It is mure than likely
one side or the other will get ii- end by su
perior legal force. In this respect the
Democrats have the advantage of more
numerous counsel, and with the exception
jof Evans, more conspicuous. The must
serious ease is in this city, where it turns
upon the character and treatment of 1,188
defective and blank ballots thrown mil by
the inspectors. The* charai ter v. the bal
lots -anno! be determined until the returns
are opened. i' cannot even be known
whether they arc Cleveland or Blame bal- |
lots, but it is believed that large number if
, not all, arc ■• ';•;■■ ! Republican tickets, in
which a single name is mutilated and
which should be counted for the other
'i it: "POST" 05 TAMMANY.
New York, Noveniber lltli. — The Post
this evening declares ti..:: Tammany's
power for evil has gone forever. The
braves will never be in a position to knife i
another Democratic Presidential candidate
as they knifed Cleveland. The bones! peo
ple of' this city have gained possession of
the municipal government, and ore not
going to let it slip back to the thieves
again. There is no chance for Tammany
to get a snare of the spoils for the next two
".moke iicp."
New York, November — The Demo
; r.i tic- National Committee to-day issued a
call in those interested in Cleveland and
I Hendricks, for money with which to defray
| tlie extraordinary and unexpected expenses
I occasioned by the threatened dispute of the
■ electoral vote of the Stale of New York.
MOVEMENT TOWARD ri'NISIII.NiI TRAITORS.
| New York, November lltli.— At a meet- :
' in" of the Republican General Committee
; of" Kings county to-night, State Senator
I Albert Daggett moved to drop from the
1 rolls the names "i all tics.* members who
ted for Cleveland. Alexander Forman
and Edwin Packard, the latter a delegate
to the Republican Chicago Convention, ad
! mitted th it they did not support Blame.
| The motion was not acted on. The re
signation of W. C. Bet— her.a son of Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher, was accepted.
New York, Nov. inberllth. — John Kelly,
of .on-many Hall, said to-night: '* There
lis no political significance in the election
} of Alderman Waite (Republican) as l'resi
dent of the Board of Supervisors by the
I votes of the* Tammany Aldermen.*' Mr.
WHOLE NO. 10,4~>.
Kelly adds : "Wait, has often voted with
the Tammany Democrats In the Board,
and the latter have only corresponded with
retiring Alderman's desire for the court— y
of the election,'.' Kelly declares that the
Tammany Aldermen will watch the count
of the electoral vote as a cat watches a
mouse. r V
\.i DS-iocßATii ■*_,____ in ra_____a_____
I'mi ii'iiriui. November nth. — The
Press says : It seems to be settled thai there
will be ii" Democratic parade here- Thurs
day, in* matter how the official count of the
New York, votes {toe.. It is the disposition
of the leaders of the Democracy that in the
present state of the public feeling parades
and oilier demonstrations of rejoicing
should be avoided.
MCMoe-RATII* JOLLIFICATION.
Indianapolis, November Uth. — The
Democratic jollification here was largely
attended, but there were not a great num
ber "i visitors from outside the city. Be
tween 3 anil -i o'clock this afternoon a
meeting was organized at Circle 1 '.irk.
where (lovernor Hendricks and McDonald
spoke. At night there was a torchlight
parade, which Mr. Hendricks reviewed
from a stand on Washington street There
was a great crow il on the* street, and much
enthusiasm; Everything passed off in good

Washington" November Uth.—Mcl'hcr
son, Secretary of the: Republican Con
gressional Committe. . says that from the
most authentic information In* has been
able to secure, the next House of Repre
sentatives will consist of "-..' Democrats. 11l
Republicans, 1 Greenback fl'.run'im of
li ni*.sylvai::a\ r.nd 1 Kusioilist ( Weaver of
Inv.ai. lie Dcmocr.-itic majority oV.r .ill
will Ik* .'!!•. As c.Hiii.rtrctl with the mem
bership ofthe various parties of tln> pres
ent 11... I-,-, this estimate shows v lo* of 1!)
votes to the Democrats and I to the* inde
pendents, and a gain of 'ii Republican and
I.*?HCONI) DISPATCH.!
Wisuixofox, November lltli.— The lat
est reports, received at the headquarters of
the Congress tional Committees here, show
that in tin* next House of Representatives
the Democrats will have IS.', memln-rs and
the Republicans 142 — a Democratic iii.i
jority of 41. Already the organization of
the next House is being discussed. The
Protectionist Democrats will have a much
smaller minority in the Forty-ninth Con
gress than ihej have in the present Con
gress. Ofthe 41 Democrats who voted to
strike nut the enacting "clause of the Mor
rison tariff .bill, only I!) will have scats in
the House. These are Am.it; Spriggs audi
Miii!. r- of New York, Boyle,' Cm lin, Dim
can, Randall, Storm and l-'nncntroul of
Pennsylvania, I-'indltiv •■! Maryland, l"\>
rami, tieddes. Lefcvre, Senev, Warner anil
W'ilkins of Ohio, Hunt of Louisiana. Me-
Adoo of New Jersey, and Snider of West
Virginia. The general opinion here is that
tin* tariff question will conic up again in
the next Congress. Carlisle, it is said, will
certainly be Speaker, and will of course put
Morrison at the In ad of the Ways and
Means Committee. Randall, alone of the
more prominent Democratic opponents of
the Morrison bill, Will be in the next Con
press. Morrison, also loses two of his most
able lieutenants in the persons of I Inn! and
Dorshcinier.
[THIRD DISPATCH.)
- New. Yohk, November Hth."— .lancing at
tire new Congress, the Ikrnld says: ton
is not returned from Connecticut, nor
Morse from Massachusetts. Slocum, Hardy.
Dorshcinier, Robinson, Potter and llutcii
ins arc among the New York members of
the present House who are not re-elected.
Blackburn goes to the Senate from Ken
tucky,* Buckncr of Missouri retires to pri
vate life, and Roscerans of California Is
hoping for recognition from President
Cleveland. Congressman Scales is the next
Governor of North Carolina, and Vance of
the same State, who served for many years,
will also be missed in the next Congress, as
well as Hancock of Texas. Ex-Speaker
Keifer drops out of the Ohio delegation,
and it seems to be settled thai Burrows will
renew his Congressional life from Michigan.
Otherwise the changes arc not important
The absence of Calkins of Indiana among
the Republicans of the next House will lie
regretted, for hew-as on.* of the few mem
bers of his party whose popularity com
mended him to all bis 'colleagues in
— -.
KBA-K 111 XII ii; > I: • : I.
Wash mc. to -.. November lltli. — Harry-
Smith, Journal Clerk of the House of Rep
resentatives, returned to the city to-day
from Michigan. He report* 1 having met
Frank I turd at Toledo, and says that gen
tleman is unite enthusiastic over the result
in Michigan, when* the Democrats made a
fight on the tariff question exclusively,
lie quotes Ilurd as declaring thai the tariff
musl go,' and that he will make an exhaust- •
ice-- on lhe subject this winter.
Smith says laird's defeat for Congress was
due wholly lo race prejudices, bis oppo
in nt, Itnmeis, receiving nearly the solid
vote* of the Germans of i' ill do. Smith,
who is a native of Michigan, and thor
oughly versed in the politics of that
States, says thai the result in Michigan
is due mainly to these causes: First,
the Libera! revolt of 187:.' took several
thousand Republicans into the opposition
camp. e>t these, no man >'l any prom -
nence. save ex-Governor i.air, has re
turned to the Republican fold. Second,
the Republicans of Michigan are absolutely
without lendcrsliip. They miss Zacfi
Chandler, who. though a cruel leader, at
least won them vi. ;...-.. - . though he was at
last dethroned by the Republican bolt.
Tho Democrats are belt equipped and or
ganized than ever before, and have the
courage of their convil-lions. They car
ried the war into Africa on the tariff ques
tion, and I .'ill"; the high priest of pro
tection, in the inner temple, as it wen*.
V.ik i made ii brave li^ht em the tariff
ij 1 1 tion, but was beaten by local trading
run! unlimited "boodle."'
f i:n :'.--. i. Nt .
l'li.-t.Ai.Ki.piti i. November Uth?— Oflicial
returns from all the counties of the State
except Sullivan, which is estimated at 350
plurality for ■ lb velaud, give Blame a plu
rality of 80,553. The Republicans will
have a majority (if twelve in the Senate*
and eight in the House. Majority on join!
ballot. ''M. The next Congressional delega
tion stands twenty Republicans and eight
Democrats — a Republican gain four.
VOTE OK H.I. '.MUS.
Ciiica-o, November lltli.— The .Yew has
official returns on the vote for President in
this State from all the counties except
Cook (which includes Chicago); With close
estimate on the vote in Cook. Tin- result
is as follows: Blame 337.4"5, Cleveland
321,3411, Butler 11.400, St. John 11,731.
Blame's plurality 25.110. The official can
vass of the. vote e.f. Cook c unity began to
day, and will not be completed for several
days.
Tilt: UK- I.T IN I '.■■:■ TICtTT.
Hartford, November Uth. The official
returns at the Secretary of State's office
[show that the Republican candidates for
i State Secretary. Treasurer mil Comptroller,
I voted for a week ago, have pluralities over
! the Democratic candidates of about 125
j each. Waller (Dem.) for Governor, was
the niv one on the ticket getting a plural
ity, Tin* Legislature will have the ehoos
-1 ing of the entire ticket, and the Legislature
I is Republican.
BBSTL- IN X iXSAS.
Topi— v, November 1 Itl..- < Iffl tial returns
from sixty-two "til of the eight v-two coun
, ties give' Blame 121,400, Cleveland 70,000,
Butler 11,40.**, St. John 3.351. Blame's plu
ralities©^! i. .Martin (Rep.), for Governor,
I has a plurality in the counties enumerated
1 of 28,083 : th-? remainder ofthe State ticket,
| 40,11)"*. It is estimated that the full returns
: will give Blame aborit 60,000 plurality.
BLAINE AT HOME. •■"■^
Af.JfsTA (Me.), November Uth.— Mr.
Blame remains quietly at home. He ap
pears to be waiting— everybody else— ■
and occupies himself about his ordinary
uti'airs and entertaining friends who call.
AN EMPHATIC DENIAL.
Atlanta (Ca.), November Uth.— ln an
swer to an inquiry from Win. 1). English,
i of San Francisco," the following dispatch
■ has been sent by Patrick Walsh :
The port that a rebel flag was run up on the
State House is a base '-a.'.'.d malicious falsehood.
I On the contrary; there were over 3,000 United
' states Federal flags sold on the day of election.
Every bouse has a Federal flag flying. Not a
Confederate flag has teen seen In Atlanta dur-
I ing or since the campaign. Patrick Walsh. -
S.SAN'S HEAD LEVEL.
New York, November lltli. — Susan it
I Anthony said this morning: "1 tun a
1 prohibitionist, but was opposed to making
the issue a national one. The Democratic,
i success sets back .prohibition and VWW
r-.e man; years."

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