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VOLUME LII.-NO. 69.
DAILY fiECO-D-MIOiN
-tevri ct tbe Fo_: Otfice at Sacxiniento as s****_*Bnd class matter
PUBLISHED BY THE
SACRAMEHTO PUBLISHING COMPACT.
Publication Office, Third st,, bet. J and K.
•***■> ■ —
THE DAILY RECORD-UNION
ti published every day of the week, Sunday* ex
cepted. Double-sheet on Saturdays.
for one year _.....- 00
par six months 3 50
ror three mouths _ 2 OC
Subscribers served by Carriers at .Fiftkk-
C-*.~n* per week. In all interior cities and town*
fee paper can be had of the principal Periodical
Sealers, Newsmen and agents.
. _ _— —
THE YTEEKI.Y UNION
Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, New*
tnd literary Journal published on tbe Pacifl.*
KM-t
__-_& One Year- _ 1- v"
«* AN LOST— FOUND.
ANTED- A GIRL FOR A SMALL FAMILY,
at No. 731 N street Apply between 9 and
10 a. m. n_.-3t«
WANTED— BY A YOUNG MAN WHO IS
attending the Sacramento Business Col-
lege, 11 situation where he can work for his
board and lodging before and after school hours.
Address '•SACRAMENTO," this office, ull.t*
WANTED— A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR
housekeeper; German prelerred. Ad-
dress FREDERICK MAIILK, Honem., Cal.-8-lw«
XTOTICE TO SLAUGHTER-HOUSES AND
1.1 Butchers: Wanted HAIR from Cattle and
Horses' Tails to Make Hair Rope. Inquire IVES
RUI'.I, Alley, First and Second, 0 and I* streets
(No. 1000). • 11&-I111*
BED LOUNGE FOR SALE CHEAP.—
Four Good Parlor Stoves, at C. M. CAMP-
BELL'S, No. 409 X street, Dealer In New nnd
Second-hand Furniture. Upholstering and Re-
pairing. Give me a call. ap!9-lptf
TO FARMERS.
"It"! HAVE ON HAND A LARGE NUMBER
M of it-class ranch hands, just from the
Western States; also, some Scandinavian and
German farm hands who can milk, plow and
chop wood; also, help .it various kinds, both
male aud female. Send in your orders and they
will be filled Immediately." HOUSTON A: CO.,
Employment Office, corner Fourth and X streets,
Sacramento. jel_-lptf
FOR SALE— LET.
THO LET— A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM
TO LET— A PLEASANT FRONT ROO*.
X (furnished), suitable for one or two gentle-
men. Apply at No. 1007 Fourteenth street.
nl"--St*
FOR SALE— A SECOND-HAND BCGGY
Phaeton. Inquire of FRANK JACKSON,
323 J street, or 1516 c, street nl2-tf
FOR SALE— A HALF OR WHOLE INTER
est in the Western Hotel Hacking; Two
Carriage's and Four Horses and Harness. For
further particulars Inquire at the.office or ofthe
driver. ' ' nil-it
FOR SALE— HOUSE AND LOT BE ■*=*,
tween Twenty-fourth and Twenty- _S||;
fifth, on O street, will be sold on ~ATi'l:-._.-J_
DAY. November 15, lsSl, at 10 a. m.. by auction,
to the highest bidder: lot, 40x100 feet; also, Fur-
niture and a Cider Mill will be sold at same time
and place; sale positive. HENRY SLACK.
nlO-lw*
FOR SALE— 3 AND *. 160 FEET
j sqnaie on cornerof Sixteenth and C streets,
with a good little house; title perfect; and only
.1,200 for all. Apply to CARL STROBEL, 321 J
street. n__t*
FOR SALE— DRUG STORE IN COLUSA
county, doing good business, with no op-
position; will be sold cheap by assignee. Apply
to It J. MOTT, Butte City, Colusa county, Cat
nT-lw
FOR SALE- LOT EASTERN-***.
DRAFT HORSES, a the Fountain Ji_S\>
Stables. n7-lw* /!£-_____
FOR SALE— A ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A
well-established blacksmithiug and wagon
making business, in the town of Auburn, Placer
county. ral. For terms and particulars address
J. M. White, Auburn. oito-im
FARM FOR SALE,
ONE OFTHE BEST IMPROVED, H-ME-/flgfc
like places in this count} Acres — **£*-?
ot%' Acres in Choice Bearing Vineyard; ._— —
Acres bard; 2 Acres Alfalfa; " Acres ltln- k-
loerri'-.-: 3 .'.'■'■■- Strawberries; good irrigating
facilities: cosy Cottage House; large, new Barn;
a House for the Farm Hands: land we 1 fenced;
only eight miles from State Capitol; close to
Railroad Station, School and Church. I'l-i.-.-.
only $10,000. For terms, inquire of CARL
STROBEL, No. 21 J street, s'a' ramento, Cal. •
nil ■ M* ■:•
Fruit Ranches For Sale.
Containing; 100 acres in all; .'-'7 acres in
Table i.apes of al! varieties: 35 acres in Fruit
Trees, all bearing, young ml healthy; mostly
l'.-ach. There is a t'ood Dwelling, containing
'.i r.n. ms. Large Stable, Packing-— Otis e, etc.
The soil is deep, clearof . rock or hard
Tl.- fruit does nut require Irrigation; and no
superior Fruit or Grapes are brought to this
market. Situated 7 miles from the city and
one-half mile Irom railroad station. The pro-
ducts of the place will net over ii.ffn this
year, and the peach crop was very li-:..:.
U.I a
80 acres of land, -I miles south of the
<"!'. '-■" acres in linqK-s: 1 acres In Strawber-
ries -md Blackberries; '1% acres in Frnit: goo i,
nearly new Dwelling; two Barns: two Wagons,
all Fanning Tools, etc. I'r .re. 57..00.
We have subdivided n tract at Brighton,
fronting on Sacrameuto Valley —allroad; into
10, IS and 20 acres, and offer them lur •■:•"■' per
SWEETSER & ALSIP,
Real Estate -id Insurance Agents,
No, 1015 Fourth street, bet. J an. X,
'-. S A C It A *_ KNT •>.
>'.-lplin
-
MONEY TO LOAN!
. \:- REAL ESTATE AT A LOT RATE OF
\ t iuttr.st, by PETER 80H1.3-5 J street,
nl-tf
tW-_*-*WM**-W«WM*---- . ' __■*_— - -i_-____t* mfWJ* r -Je*.
JOHN T. STOLL,
Wholesale Saddlery.

DIRECT IMPORTER AND PEALER IN
Full and Complete Lines of Saddlery Hard-
wan Leathers, Whips, Lashes, Bob.. Horse
and Saddle Blankets, ol varied styles; Vaquero
Sundries, Specialties, etc." and
Maiiufa ctiu-ci*
Of Custom-made Har- *&?*.
ness; -superior grades /-'"gsV^c.
of Collars; Snake- §&?$&.
whips; Ladies' and iff V'V\
Gentlemen's Saddles; asS V*-\
Turf Good*; of cvory 'S V %'\
description; Firstf-J^f |M
Premium Saddle Trees, £§_ \ U \
etc - „ r— m M
#•*■ Satisfaction cui-s:;- V '"i h'~*&j
teed in Quality and Price, \-jaV^jMi_jr
and an insi-i tion of my -
large strnk ».ll amply n pay .... -^
i '-
No. 610 I. STKKET, S A CRAM- (TO.
dKMptf
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST,
A large and varied assortment of
Eastern BSarblelxc- Slate and .1.ir1.10
Mantels.
Something entirely new. Parties contemplat-
ing hull ling should call. Also, a line assort-
ment of Vermont, Italian Marble -..I Scotch
Granite. lo'J-lplm] A. AITK EX, e*.l7 X street.
ifc-^S^ ill TON| q
fS E- Sa _!__-&_._-% E i* s ! Nervine
_i /'^r^.^r^^av ' iS t co, "!- „,8
ra ;,<:^^*Sk\v\ k v is! ,Dtskpsia
*_____/w«^_ifa£*_. Yr\sL___l a " ta
XX&&4 1M&& dtgqj .R-.t--_.iNO
J_ ' sleep. ♦
1 EM LEY'S oT
U r^h®^mi&\&SU\ WEAK
ta£^__-lg_*^*^a^-fc£^a strong
._^-*....j.CJS-H>^ i . HOPEFUL.
Ifl «» -Tis^-Ptft- ms* iLr^
M-W&> V, %_& _ -9 . >W| ORUO-*TS
fe^.nicicus*.-*^Mjra. aas^^^ i *«*
*^^**^s , K*_-_g^-ta^-^ ]_!*_____
MARTIN KESTLER,
MAM'FAt OF BUGGIES; FARM,
IM. E-.preas. Freight, Header and Quartz
Wagons. Repairing, etc., done at short uotice.
1010 to 1014 Ninth st., bet. J and X, Sacramento.
at>l7 -iplm
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
HALE BROS. & CO.
TO-MOI-I-0"W"
— begins Tin. — _
- — OF ALL
There are over 1,000 Rem-
nants and 250 Odd Lots
to be disposed of, and only
two days' time allotted to
accomplish the work.
.■Y^<?''''&£2sa* Every REMNANT and every
Sllt^I!-' ODD LOT has been carefully
""£■>* ■~**"^-**_*ii_c_y.
prepared and marked for this
special occasion. Nothing within our power
has been left undone to place these LOTS
AND REMNANTS at such prices as will
certainly forever wipe them from our
fixtures.
It is our determination that these ODD
LOTS AND REMNANTS shall prove a wel-
come boon to all CASH BUYERS. Let
each and every one see to it, and take the
time; for we can assure you there shall be
no cause for regret.
H_E_iM___lM_3_E]_Eil,
THEY MUST BE ALL SOLD IN TWO DAYS,
JPxr±<3.txy £____. d ©£t*_"U.x*c3.£i3i*")_
Orel from the Country Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
Xos. 829, Sol, 833, 835 X street, and 1020 Stat- street, Sacramento.
m^JEZjmiL- 3AR8823 ' T7SFI_E-*£l_3"2
500 TON'S ON* HAN!', AND FOR SAI i. IN Q*. A' [TIES TO SUIT.
FIRST QUALITY Galvanize-), 5 , cents per pound
FIRST QUALITY (Painted', -.% cents per pound
c-._--:__*x_? c c>_3.X-"_---__ "-HT-.-.-.^!; "vc r c_)_--.2_:-3,
N..i. .'lO7 and 'JO!) .1 STREET [029-lptl SACRAMENTO, CAL
SMOKE' " x ! _____ IE

Sacramento 4! - lOoe*-" 10-ccnt
—AM)—
■" nccorcl-IT-iio ___" 5-ccnt Oigar!
ill:: BEST IX THE MARKET, AT
D. GERMANUS & CO.'S.,
i No. 420 J street, between Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento,
011-lptlToThS
i ma m in mmm^mm*gas*mmma*taaaaeam^immmmmmmimmm
nii.i.r.KßY.
SALE OF FEATHERS
To Commence on SATURDAY, Nov. loth.
At. o'clock, and continue until are fold.
$1,500 WORTH OF FEATHERS!
Bought at 50 cents on the dollar, and v, .• wi.l |
give tho Ladies oi Sacramento the benefit "I'
lhem in our sale, ut MESDAMES BARBER &
PKAI KR, '--'I J stre-l. Sacramento. s2lply ■
MILLINERY OPENING!
Call and see the GRAND OPENING of all
The Latest •.til.s in Fall and Winter
Millinery Goods at
"_-_._._._ __C-Xt__o__. w toi __.*_-,
No. 605 J street. r.i). lui
PG. GRIFFITHS,
*
I-KNItYN
• GRANITE WORKS,
... , ■ PKNBTK, CAL.
-r-
A-i -— 1;1 jINS
■3 :li. ...3- M *IHE ;:i--I VARIETY AND
*"- "f£s2__" I '..••.■.-: Quarries on the
«*_jv_ " - — ""■ pacific l>'r.-' Polished Gran-
ite ;-!.sii'.iiPints,Tur.".bstones and Tablets made
to oid.T.
£%- Granite r.iritil.njr Stone Cut, Dressed
.n.l Follsho.l to Order. ill-l'
NEUBOURG & LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt House.
[TOPS, MALT, PRODUCE, GRAIN, FEED
rJL r.nd Brewers' Supplies.
1016, ioi*<, 1090 Fifth st., Sncramento.
*#- Exchange - don all the Principal Cities
ofl.'-irt.o- "il-ll'tl
J. R. WEBSTER,
•-". 1301 .1 street Sacramento,'
DEALER in ;
Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Lio.uors,
TOBACCO, CIGARS,
California Produce, etc. Wines and Liquors for
Family Use a Specialty. oil- Iplm
J. F. HILL,
No*. 1301 to 1323 .1 street, Sacramento.
MANUFACTURER OF /^_SBLl_.
Carriages, Buggies, Lv rSSS*\^-.
press, Thoroughbrace and^a**^."^^/^-^^.
Quartz Wagons. Dcalerin Oak. ** y *
Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokes, Fel-
lies, Bows, Rims, Shafts and Poles. Manufact-
urer of the '* LIGHTNING" HAY PRESS. send
for Catalogues. n__-lptf
ANHEUSER ST. LOUIS
_3 _E3 _£__ __=t ,
ON lOH Cl'.lllT, AT
GRUHLER'S SALOON,
No. 522 J street. [jeltO-lplml Sacramento
PAINTS AND OILS.
JL. CHADDERDON, IMPORTER AND DEAL-
. Erin Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass,
j Mixed Paints. Artists' and Painters' Materials,
I Wall Paper, etc. No. 201 X St., Sacramento.
. iylT-lntl
SACRAMENTO. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13. 1884.
FBUITS, SEEDS AND PKODCCE.
a* "-S***- />.r\ I "A, —
r~\J-\ %
//1*%91\
CnQpHP' \-*%W^
_ ** f^-y ?os?Jl£si&
\?^?£^i^\^r. \r^>t--r^^:
D. De3ERNARDI & CO.,
GKNKKAL COMMISSION M_-BCUANTB,
AN. SniPl ' . of a- - kinds of
Fruits, Vegetables rtiul General Produce.
CaDful attention given to ibe lection «':■".
Packing ot Choice Fruits for distant markets.
Son. 308 and 310 ;■: street, Sacramento, Cal.
jelO-lplro.
VV. R. STRONG & CO.,
( COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
J in
BEKDS, FItL'ITS ft G__.E_*___. PBOOUCB
Pionrletors CAPITAL NURSERIES, Sacramen-
to, CaL Seed and Tree Catalogue- -'■: i Iree "ii
application. Nos. 6, 8 and 10 -J street, Sac-
ramento. .' ■ r *
SA CKAMENTO B___N4 li
PACIFIC FRUIT COMPANY,
J. F. FAR NSWORTH, Agent.
1000, loos r. iii I 1010 Second st., Sacramento
I*7 BOLESALE AND COMMISSION DEALERS
\\ In California Green an.; Dried Fruits Nuts,
Raisins, Honey, Oranges, Produce, etc. Partic-
ular sttentioi* pain i- me fill] of orders for
aiidshii.r-icutsof ail kindsofFriiitsin their sea
Bon Principal oftiee, _. and 110 Davis tired,
San i'rancisco. JaS-lplm
a. KOOSK-. •** orr.sc.s.
S. GERSON & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION Ml-.::; i;.\N [_ AND
it Dealers in
Imported and Domestic Frulta, Vegeta-
bles, Nuts, etc.,
NO. 220 J _-____*-.
Between Second and Third. Sacramento. [jyC-lm
LYON & CURTIS,
(Successor): to LYON & BARNES),
COMMISSION _e_RC_*ANT- AND DK^-LERS
in
I'rodnre, Vegetables and Fruits,
POTATOES. BEANS, BUTTER, EGGS, HONEY,
POULTRY, ET-.
Noa. 117 to 123 J Street. C 23-lptl
-t'GKNi: J. AM — — BARNES. FRANK GREGORY
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Successors to Gregory. & Co.),
Nos. 12C and j2B J Street, .'
T¥TB OUSBALE DEALERS IN PRODUCE AND
VV Fnut. Foil _____ Of Potatoes, Vegetables,
Green ami Dried Fniils, Beans, Altai ia. Butter,
Egjrs, Cheese, Poultry, etc., always on hand. Or-
ders filled at lowest rates. jel2-tf
m mmm^mmmmmmmaKMmmmmi v, rmmmmmmmmmmammmmmm
HENRY ECKHARDT,
<_^*cr_-_'i-J_s_:x--i-_-_:.
GUNS. RIFLES. PISTOLS, FISH- f, y
big Tackle, Cutlery. Ammnnl-
tion of nil descriptions. Guns CVt^J^jf*
Choke-bored. "Stocks Bent. i.ml -J^.'/'W
Repairing on Guns and Rule* IF - - -»
Specialty. 523 X street, Sacramento, o-4
j_USiXE-S cards. j
T. QUINN & SON'S,
CARRIAGE PAINTERS (LATE FOREMAN
of paintings department of the California ;
Carriage Factory, Eighth and X). with Pike - I
Young, Fourth and I. streets. Sacramento. Fine
finish and durability guaranteed. i."i'.-:iii
"__ 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 PUMP just
out. f.-i'-i-rf
GEORGE *tt'. YOUNG,
SUCCESSOR TO PIKE at YOUNG, CARRIAGE
Mauufaeturer. corner Fourth and L streets,
Sacramento. Established in 1»50. All sizes ol
Buggies, Phaetons, Spring and Tlioroughlorace
Wagons. Repairing, Paint-.;; and Trimming
done. ; ln-'i'-lrtt
DAS. _-__.-. J. YUAN", JR.
J. lIY-lA-*., JR., .. BKO.,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS,
\V 500 J street, between Fifth and uk
Sixth, have always .m band a choice t*ari- (£-_
ety of fine Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, <•__.!_.
etc. - ,-':' i
C. ZWICK-X,
-STREET FOUNDRY, WEEN FOURTH
and Fifth. Cast-iron Founder; Manufact-
urer of all kinds Cast and Rod-Iron Knilii~s*t
and Fences. AUBuilriingCfistingsmadetoorder.
> .- ED-lPlm
H. F. BOOT. ALEX. KEI—SO-. J. DIUSCOL.
ROOT, NKILSON & CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY— IRON AND BRASS
Founders and Mac— _— Flout street, be-
tween N and 0. Castings and Machinery of
every description made to order. i_24-lpl
F. __.__-. J. o FO-STON.
18.0". F. FOSTER & CO., 1881.
BOOK-BINDERS. PAPER-RULERS AND
I> Blank-Be.- M -.".-.i iac: r. rers. No. 319 J ' "H-*.,
between Third aad Fourth, S____nc~-it/>.lj?-.4p-
.A.IKS _tcG_Tl__,
MANUFACTCRER OF ROAD SCRAPERS,
Iron Doors, Jail Cells. Shutter., Railings,
Gratings, Housework and Blaeksmithing in gen-
eral, No. ..'JO X street, between Fifth and Sixth.
Second-hand Doors for sale. je'A'-l;.ti
S. CABLE. ¥.. ,T. CKOLY.
CAJSLB & CROLT,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
\j pared to do all kinds of work in their line,
in city or country. Principal place of buciness,
Sacramento. Shop. No. 11"_1 second street, be-
tweeu X and L. Postoffice Box No. 410, Sacra-
mento. jelS-lptf
ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW.
Grove 1.. Johnson. A. C. Freeman.
Geo inn: 1". BATES.
_*_*___.___-., JOHNSON ._ BATES,
i TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 1 !-. FIFTH STRKET, "
-V Sacramento, and southwest corner Califor- >
nia and Sansome streets. San Francisco. nl-tf j
W. C. VAN FLEET. V.'. B. TItKAIIWEU..
T___AJ)**>-*_____ -i VAN FLEET.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS, 603 1
_A street, near Sixth. Sacramento, Cal. apB
tV. S. B__tTT_ & S. C. JJEXSOX,
1 TTORNEYS AND COCNSELORS-AT-liAW.
._-_, Offices: Metropolitan Block, X street, be-
tween Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento. Entrance
next door o Metropolitan 'I 1r..--eier. 01-tf
C. L WHITE. • A. L. HART.
HAKT & WHITE,
ATTORSEY3 AND COUXSELORS-AT-LAW.
Offices at the southwest corner of Fifth
and J Btiggts, Sacramento, California. je2.o-tf j
HENRY L. BUCKLEY. S. SOLON HOLL.
lIOLI. & BUCKLEY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
_\ Office: Northeast corner Sixth and I
itreets, Sacramento. jc-U-tf
PHYSICIANS "AND SURGEONS^
:
T. A. SNIDER, M. I>.;
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, southeast comer
of Second and X streets. Office Hours 9
to 10:30 a. _; 2to 4, and 7to 9 P. m. Residence,
913 51 street, between Ninth and Tenth. au'2.-tf
DU. NIXON.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE- i
tween Ninth and Tenth, Nos. 918 and 920. j
Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 a. I
m. Office hours— to 9a. m.; 1 to Bp. m., and j
evenings. jyl-tf ;
DRS. KELLOGG .- GOSS,
CORNER SEVENTH ANT) i STREETS, SACRA-
MENTO. Office Hours :
Miss Dr. Kellogg— Mi. Dr. Goss—
9 to 10 _. M. 8 to 'A. _.
12 to 2 P. .*;. "2 to 5 p. m.
6 to 7 P. .".'. 7 to 8 i*. m.
Sunday, 12 to 3. s2fi
DR. LAIXE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— OFFICE AND
JL Residence, No. •.'•'■ J street, between Third
r.nrl Fourth. Hours— to 10 a. *(.. .-; to "> and 7to
SP. m. Offieeof City Superintendent of Public
Schools at same place. Bes-4plm
.VM. i,!.!.:;i!V BKIGGS, .I. D.,
OCULIST, AIHUST, AND PHYSICIAN FOR
} Diseases of the Throat. Offli c, 429*>_ J
street,' corner of Fifth, over Sacramento ink, ■
Sacramento, Cal. Hours : 6:3 itol2 A. M.: Ito 4
p. ■:. . todays . Oi ltoll a. -■.: I to 4 .-. at. Jyl-t)
Dlt. A. E. 11RUXE
"PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF !
[ the University of Berlin. Germany. Oliiee
and residence,' No. v. .1 street, between Fifth ,
and Sixth, Sacramento. Office hours— 9 to 11 a
-.: to 5 and 7toB p. .*:. jyla-tf
WALLACE A. RKIGGS, .T. D.,
"PHYSICIAN .'..'■'.' OBSTETRICIAN. OFEICE
J_ and residence So. 212 J street, Sacrami nto.
Office Hours:-! 11 a. 9 A . ... r. M. Mel2-4ptl
Office H'lirrs:-' I! K. ST. to 2P. M. |el2-lptl
I 6:30 to -P. _. 1
DENTISTRY.
S. 8. SOUTHWOBTH, """
s: a i ::--:il: TO
r>J EWER _ I OUTHYVOR. ". DENTISTS,
I ) Seventh and .' streets, Sacramento.
i-.uir.-lplni ■
KI*_tIOY~ED.
771 F. TEBBETS, DENTIST, TO «14 jfTXiieiu
ii . Si-th street, 1..-:.".', I and J,*7W§§JM
west side, opposite _o_g*-gatiouai"*-*si-JA_l
Church. au'.-tf
rvENTIST, T. B. KEID, S^.,,
QENTIST, Mm-'SL
No. 605 J street. aul-tl *-*-t-a^>
H. 11. PIEKSON,
DEIS 415 .1 STREET, Bl ■rfPS^***"*-
twee;: Four.li and Fifth. Saora-.^SSSH
mi :.:•'. Artificial Teeth inserted on"S-__l_- ;
Gold, Vuleiinile and all bases. Nitrous Oxide or I
Laughing <:.-t.s p.eJ-i-.'.uisU-icd for painless extrac-
tion of teeth. _ _ jyll-lm
*„ . WOOD,
DENTIST, QCINN'S BUILDING, «*-=T*-r_%
northeast corner Founh and J *viV
streets. .\:i';.-:..i Tei th inserted on^U_J-
all bases, improved Liquid Nitrous Oxide Has :
for painless -tract! of teeth. fc_s-tf
__.—.■■ 11. I — MW_I.W .— 1.1 _ MI.IIIIM*'! I. ■ ■ . Ml i. w-
LIQUOR DKAmiS.
EBNER EROS.,
XMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
I WINE. AND LIO DORS,
116 and I! _ St., bet. Front and Second, Sac.
AGENTS FOR THE CFI.r.r.P.ATED
POj-MEIIV AM) GBENO CIIA-IPAGNE. ;
Je2s-lplm - !
CASEY & CRONAN,
pIPORT-BS AND WHOLESALE DEALER
WINES AND LIQUORS.
PROPRIETORS EAGLE SODA WORKS.
No. ."0 It Street Sacramento. '
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Family Groceries, Fino Wines and Liquors;
also, Farm Produce, all at lowest prices.
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BBEAKFAST.
" By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and
nutrition, and by a cnr*ful application of the
fine properties or well-selected Cocoa. Mr. Epps
has provided our breakfast tallies with a deli-
cately flavored beverage which may save us ,
many heavy doctors* bills. It is by the judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution ;
may be gradually built up until Strong enough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of
subtle maladies are floating around us ready to
attack wherever there is a weak point, Wo may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves
well fortified with pure blood and a properly ;
nourished frame." — [Civil Service Gazette.
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Seems to yield every tinie to treatment with
Swill's Specif!
SfAi-.TANnn: . S. C), March 13, 1884.
Tour most valuable inciliciiic (Swift's Speci-
fic) has done me so much good that I reel like
saying this for the beneiit of those who suffer
like I did. [ poisoned by poison oak, and
saw not a ■■_, day for si*: years, until 1 used
Swift's -ri.' -if i< :. In the sis years I used almost
every kind of medicine, but none had the de-
sired" effect. After using six bottles of swift's
Specifk lam restored to perfect health
not trace of that awful poison left .'
Yours tnilc-% ' DAATD NESBITT.
POISON OAK.
I lira', for thirty-eight years suffered every
spring and summer with Poison oak, which 1
contracted in bathing when a boy. I tried ev-
erything tor it, including many physicians, but
without any benefit. I took six bottles of Swift's
Specific (S. s. s. i fonr years ago, an.l it cured me
sound and well. Three slimmer, have passed,
and i have had no return of it.
JOSEPH BEASLY, Columbus, Ga.
OurTreatiseon Blood and Skin Discuses mailed
l free to applicants.
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Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa.
New York office, 159 West Twenty third street,
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In offering to the public Dr. <: McLancft cele-
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needed. The great prevalence of Lirer Com-
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the United States, and particularly in the West
and South, win re, In the majority of cases, the
patient is uot within the 'v..'' ofa regular
physician, requires that some remedy should be
provided that would not In the least Impair the
constitution, and yet be safe and effectual. That
such is the character of Dr. C McLane's hirer
■ Pills, there can be no doubt. The great success
which has invariably attended their use will,
we think, be sufficient to convince the* most in-
credulous. It hi- been our singer.- wish that
these pills should be fairly tested, and stand or
fall by the effects produced. That they have
' been so tested, and that the result has been in
every respect favorable, we call tens of thou-
sands to witness who have experienced their
I beneficial effects'
DR. C. M. LANE'S LIVER PILLS
Are not held forth or recommended (like most of j
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cure-alls, but simply as a specific for Liver fiuu- \
plaints, and those symptoms connected witha
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NEWCASTLE HOTEL-
Newcastle California.
ITAVING TAKEN CHARfiE OF.TIIE ABOVE
1 L place, TAKEN I I have renovated and im-
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proved throughout, I now take pleasure in in-
viting my friends and the public in general to
give me a call, where tbey .'ill find everything
conducted in a iJrst-.Lss.-, mauner.
015-1 m* I. J- PAINS, Proprietor. I
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
s.n to 3215 si .net, -
/"APPOSITE rOSTOFITL'E. SACRAMENTI >,
OPPOSITE A. CASWELL, Proprietor. This
cal. w. a. ca: ■ '. i , li 'i i.i- ;
i house haa been thoroughly renovated and re- '■
furnished throughout, and is, now one of thi j
! most desirable family hotels in the city. Hoard |
and room, .1, 51 2."> and -l .*'i per day. Bo ird. .
r?l per week.
MEALS, '.'.*; CENTS.
.-':- (."ars pass the eloorevery iive minutes.
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PACIFIC HOTEL.
. Corner Tilth sine! li. at*., Sacramento, Cal.
TSNEWLY FURNISHE- TITKOUCHOrjT. AND
IS NEWLY with all modern Improvement-.
t-i; : : - .: w*ith t iin] >vi •... ■:■'.-.
Board and Lodging, ;1 •'.•.* to il per day. Meals,
25 cenls. Batli free- to pueris. Saloon con-
nected with the house. C. F. Si ETON, pro-
priety aii-ilm
FIFTH-STREET HOTEL
. Nos. 1011 and 1313 Fifth sL.bel.J or.rl X, '■
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BREWERS' AND DAI XV MENS' fIDME.
Meal 2-.c. Lodgui-r, 2* and BOc. r*r night.
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GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner Seventh a. id I_ Streets.
i 43T* STRICTLY FI RST- CLASS. -£»
Free 'lies: oand from the Cars.
moO-ly JA*-__S _I.:XA_ .EX, I'lop'r.
CENTRAL HOUSE,
81. .t 820 X St., Bet, Eighth and Ninth.
: BORAD, per week .' ■..
BOARD AND LODGING So to J_
M-tALS.*-*. -Cicectf
HORXLEIN BROS., Proprietors.
a??- Street Cars from Depot pass the door every
.'.'• minutes. fes-'-m
RESTAURANT DE FRANCE,
■I*7 X St., Ret. Fourth unci Fifth.
PRIVATE ROOMS FOR FAMILIES. _tg» „
L _«?* Entrance on Fifth sir et. »~s'».'w*
OYSTEKS IN EVERY STYLE. ?*&gQ£,
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CAPITAL HOTEL,
SACRAMENTO,
j CORNER SEVENTH AND X STREET
BLESSING .t GUTHRIE, Proprietors.
I aVtS-rrce f!mn:'.,-.:s to and from the Cirs"*.
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ST. DAVID'S.
A FIRST-CLASS LODGING-HOUSE, CON-
tains 190 rroms; 7 15 Howard street, near
Third, s.i,. I nrr eiseo. This house is especially
Resigned as a cc mfortab'e home t.r ladies. and
gentlemen visit ng the city from in- interior.
No dark ..'ins. Gas an 1 running water In each
room. The fl. ors are covered with body Bna- "
i sels carpet, and all the furniture is made of solid
black walnut. Koch bed has a spring mattress,
with an add— hair top mattress, making
j them the most luxurious and healthy beds In
the world. Hot and Cold baths: a largo parlor
' and reading-room, containing a Grand Piano —
all free to guests. Price, single moms per night,
!50 cents: -„»- week, from S2 upward. House
open all night. ;:. HUGHES, I*ropriet«.r.
At Market-Street Ferry, take Omnibus line of
street cars to c.-rner Third and Howard.
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COUNTING THE VOTES.
THE RESULT IX SEW YORK STILL
US SETTLED. V"
Further County Returns — Differ
ences ami Changes— -Seneral
Political News.
[SPECIAL BY TELEGRAPH TO THE BETO"*_-CMO"**.]
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ADDITIONAL COUSTT RETURNS.
New York, Noveniber l.th. — The official
canvass to-day resulted as follows in the
annexed counties :
Genesee county : Blame 4,031, Cleveland
3,043, St. John oSO, ..titier,-..:
Jefferson county : Blame 11,029, Clcvelanil
7,075, St John 638, Butler 33.
Tompkins county: Blame 4.420, Cleve
land 3,-92. Butler 267, St. John „7.'!.
Dutchess county : Blame 9,701, Cleveland
5,U77, .St. John 198, Butler 93.
Ontario county: Blame 6.382, Cleveland
5,643, Butler 127, St. John _.'•.*.
Sttilcollc county : Blame 5,876, Cleveland
0,429, Butk-r 5*3, St. John 457. Plurality
for Cleveland of 553. Returns heretofore
published gave Cleveland a plurality 0f 598.
Queens county: Blame 8,4-s,' Cleveland
10.367, Butler 270, St. John 201— a plurality
feff Cleveland eof 1,921. Legal representa
lives were again present of both parties]
Tin* returns heretofore published give Cleve
land a plurality of 1,927.
Ulster county : Blame 9.929, Cleveland
9,820, Butler 157, St. John 129.
Livingston county: Blame 5,191; Clcve
laini 1,039, Butler lis, St. Jolin .175.
Cortlau. county: Blame "54 Klectora
4,042, one Elector. 4,o.l J one Elector 4,04 i.
Cleveland— .'l 4 Electors L'.TTI, two electors
2.77:'.. 1 i; i ; 1. -r 111', .Si. John .70.
i i , ■ -> : 1 1 1 1 I_. county: Blame 5.198, Cleve
land 4,719, Butler 613, St. John 185.
Genesee county : Ulaine 4,031 . Cleve
land 3,013, >:. John 3SO, Butler 41.
Oneida ' ::-.: Cleveland's plurality,
Sl.
Niagara c uuty : Cleveland 0,193, Blame
5.875,'5L John 500, Butler it).
Bt; Lawrence county: The vote* is nearly
canvassed, without i-bangi-}*, the figures
already [riven.
The off'cial canvass of twenty wards of
Kings county, shows a pain of 39 votes for
Cleveland arid . : " Blame.
The official canvass of Chenango conntv i t
gives Blame 1.052 plurality. . - \
The oiiii. ial canvass of Sullivan county is
not .- tiijilct. .. owing to clerical errors.
* I W 1 OK- CITY.
N"ew York, November l.th.'— T'.ie Board '
of Canvassers of New York county exam- <
i:ir-.l the v.:.:: lira of the lirst three Assembly
districts today. A few di lierences Iron) the
press re-ports published Wednesday morn
ing were discovered^ bit nothing was found
that". will materially affect Cleveland's phi- ;
rality, as published. It is estimated thai
Oswald Ottendorfcr may full 100 votes be- '
hind liis comrades on the Klcetoral ticket. ,
DISTI.VCTIO.N WITHOUT A DIFFERS. ;
Nt:w York, Noveniber liltii. — A change '
favorable to Blame of 233 votes in the Her- '
entecutb Klectiou District of the Second As
sembly District, as a^'i'inst the returns pub- i
lished , Wednesday morning, was made by •
the Board of Canvassers of tliis county to
! day ; but una careful comparison of the i
■ police and press returns, it was found that
the difference would be made up in the
districts to be canvassed.
AN i:mi;:i-: DISTRICT REFERRED to a COM- ,
MITTEK.
New York. Xovember 12th. — The Board i
of County Canvassers resunfed its session
to-day. The room was Riled with politi
cians and lawyers representing the Repub
lican and Democratic parties. Comnuttccs '
on Protests and Corrected l.eturns were
■ ajip inted. The canvass of the First As- ,
sembly Districl begun, it was found, after
proceeding a short way down the district,
thai lie Democratic Electoral ticket was
not properly tilled in, and that there were
clerical discrepancies <v" omissions. 'in
i million, the wi district was referred to
the Committee bn Correcied UetnrnsJ
■ . ; - • .' .
New York, November '.::!:. inly ",'■>
TOuntics have reported officially npt.).'!i*.
it. In Jefferson county Blame gain. -.
Blame's total pains in ;'.!• counties an 11
votes; his total losses nre 7. AH Cleveland's !
pluralities remain iinciiaiig-il. Blame's
net gain in the canvass thus far has been
r. >ur votes.
...
ftCA-CKI.Y AS virii .".-. SEW.
New York, November I'lth — a. si. — Tiietc
is scarcely anything new in political circles,
except the finding... an errorin the Second
Assembly i)i.-:rict of this city, the turns
of which give Blame ■ more' votes than
has lic-ret'.il'rie been credited to him.
ihe '■:.-- ■ : IES.
New Ych;_. Nt.vemi.'.r loth— a; m.— The
suits .-I' the* complete otticial canvass
I bave not yet hi .ii r< veil from Delaware,
Franklin.' ' 'r.r:: c, Schuyler, Broome. Ccol
iimbia, Greene, Mpnroeanu St. Lawrence
counties. 'I '■■■'■ .canvass "' far docs not
make any niaterial change from the figures
tlrcady ] ; '. ished.
another MARE'S MIST WSCcIVEREI! IIYTHE
New York, November Lltli — a. m. — The
World bus discovered a new mare's nest —
that the objc-ci of the* [aepubli— in delay in
liac ing XeWaYork and Kings officio livote
investigated is In keep tin voles from the
State I'iinvassers til! niter tin 1.*^;;! time for
1i,,.- latter IO 1- • ■■:'i\.'. ■ t.icni, tine! thus force
i the Suite* Canvassers to tive the local vote.
minus '■'■ v '■■• . and .\i::;- •_• .unities. V;
\s'ii V r'U Ml- WAS . ii '. RCiEP.
Atlanta f'.'a.). November i. ■ '.. Tin
Constitution lc-!in>rrow wilt print an inter
view with a ■■ i ' lential end of Blame,
who says that the objeci of Blame and 111
National Bcpublican Committee in cit
ing fraud in liic "sev, York election was to
frighten Cleveland and bis advisors into j
terms; thai among other things Cleveland
is expected to be forced io promise tin I he
will, on the retirement of four Judges of .
the Supreme Court, who will have attained
the age >•:' 70 within two years, appoint '
such men to till the vacancies .occasioned (
by such retirement as Blame, Gould and
others may name, and thai these men
would of course designate the appointing
of men who would decide that the Timi- ,
man Funding Act is illegal v. hen the mat
ter comes before the Court for adjudication. ,
RKI-l"i-.LIl.AN '. (ACIEI-I CRITICISED.
I'ii;i.\*.ii ■: .! -i: ). November 12th. — The
Press stall' of -lUT-spoiidents in New Yoi
apparently give up all hope of Blame hav
ing a plurality in the State, of which they ,
bave been so confident. They say The ,
real light is in this city, and the Republi
can hopes were greatly dampened here ,
when Elihu Root announced to-day that
he found tlie majority to be 13,220, wiping .
nut ihe gain of -I-'*! votes announced ]
Saturday". The miserable machinery i
by which the Republican pany
is" managed here has had few bet
ter illustrations than the circumstance
thai the leader bas not been able to state
accurately the total of returns in his hands
as Chief of Bureau of Elections, when this
total was of vital importance. The total
number of votes upen which, in some form
or another, George Bliss expects to take
exception to the informal count already
has, is about 5,000. About one-third of
these arc defective or blank ballots. The
rest are* Butler, St. John and other votes,
which were miscounted, excluded or other
wise aided to swell the Cleveland vote.
A VERY CLOSE VOTE.
New York, November l_;h. — The Trii
htm: editorially says: The official canvass ;
was completed yesterday*, so far as beard ,
from at this writing, in thirty-seven coun
ties of New York. No considerable e*ban_c
is made in these counties from previous??
reported figure.. The counties in which
important questions may arise remain to
be heard from. The final rc*sult may not
be determined for a week to conic. In this
city the canvass is expected to last ten days,
'anil in Brooklyn nearly as long. The
figures furnished by the Associated Press |
Saturday morning gave the State to Cleve
land by about 724 plurality. This has
since been reduced by error in New York
and varied by slight changes elsewhere, so
as to leave Cleveland on that basis about ,
AS,. Our own table Thursday night gave
Blame 844, but the figures for Cattaraugus
furnished by our special! dispatches, and
confirmed by both Associated Tress and
dispatch to the State Committee, contained
an error as big as the one here; and the
correction brought down thai table to 403
for Blame. .So far as can no be known.
COMPARATIVE VOTE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK-OFFICIAL.
Comity.
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Cattaraugus i 7*401 ,-,, t ,y,i 7,4iwj 6,065 „/ " V.;r7i •"■',',
J.y*"* '--' i 9.872 5,976 9,206 G. 041 1 Ml 121 591
Chautauqua i j0,42) 5,472 10,67i>- s,*;i | m! 431 510
Chemung ; 4.63fi 4iSo ,i 5.1U8 4,719 619 ; !
Chenango i ,-..,, •._.,. i,,.j. ! 1 1 ; '
Clinton. 1 "■"-' «-„,; SOTJ l M'"'i fi'iosl iii S5
Columbia I ,-, l.v. .VJ92I ! ! '
Portland "\ i^v VliK'T^"'^^""'.'.'.'. •■' "ii>7'""!"" '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
Delaware 1 6,ur>s 5,0*1 I . ! 1 1 1
Dutchess ; 11,0*5 8,475 9,701 B,677 \Z'.'.'S\ i.Mfi' 9S ""Ss
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£"***;•,•: ! *,~6\ 2,775 1,551 2,776 ... .. I 226 61 '69
•, r -'" kl1 " ' 4,1*5 2,799!.;..; I/.-..!.... 1 ..!.
Fulton ' 4.57t» 8.827 ,„17 5,224' • l.NV.t| -'"•"7
oenesoe i }-*g\ ;; , M IBS] 8.I.18; I 3!C 41 :w;
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Hamilton . ;-"":;""-!
Herkimer 6,331 5.170; 6,i:» 5.32S ! 4.M 56 827
Jefferson • 9,439 7,216 9,029; 7.075 1 209 83 656
Kiliss ! 51,731 1 61.(W>l . I I
J-'-'- is : ■•."•"•''. 3.674] :-..5..if "";V,77S ""?£ ""tNV li ""\'\"\
Livingston : 5,522 4.212! 5.191 4039 la us 37:.
Madison 6,793! 1,6.-3 6,6(18 .1 -,-,• '.."■ 366 Ni .v.*.!
Monroe 17,102 13,742!.... ! I ' .
Montgomery ' 5,230 4,;>17 5,505 5,413 |;"i3l 4s ' l:Vi
Sew York ' -;....■■ 128,015 ! '..].. 1.!. : .
Niagara... : 6,4 - 5,937 .\s7.V 0,198 — '- ""[ <•/•!> ........'.
Oneida • 14.M-; 12,600 v.: > 1 18.K20 • 1 ■. ""Vj-i ""ffii
Onond*ga 16,1.'>3 11.73 tii.y.-.i ls.iiv". ,j (,m 99 (.11
Ontario I ... 5.7«'.7 G,382l «,,tvs;> „,1 jjgjs j-27 ,;:j53
Orange ' 10.03 V 9,6721 ! '
Orleans ! 4.551 i 3.11 1 3.997) 2.903 '''.'''.'''. ""SssA V;s]' " iiui
Oswego ' lo.aa;! 6,7 16 9,971;, "mv......... <usj -y;, mi
Otsego.:. ! 7.156 7.1 M 6.371 7,31.7, j 40s; , ■•'■ ••. »i ; ,432
m 2.111 1.7 I 1 ,-g
Queens
Kensselaer I 13.G72 is'txtl 1:;.v.-.:i lull: ' :>iii tvsiv 4ir.
Richmond ! s.ayij 4.sir. s.liit] 5,l:"»j , -U7J 77. in
Itockland 2.»«*
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Saratoga >-i 5.^-xj s.iyi' ,'i.Mti ......... ;Vj '"'425
Schenectady ■ 3,C.Tii 2,';-2sl :t.2.^) a.'. 77|... '.M.! ■"":■::">! 41 v*:
Schoharie , I '■'■•■ 5.2T,al ::.17J : 5.:-tt' •_-.!■ :"' " 17::
Schuyler a.'.v a.L-.';' ' ' 1
Seneca ] i.-Vi ?.;{«• 3.:»w| 3/.27 i :» |'"Tw!""lTd
Steuben : IDiM,. S.l*3J; iK.OiTi y.ivo; ; a«« •' 5S7> .»,
Suflblk 15,515 f..WI .V7i. r..4-jy! 1 l,«u7j i
Sullivan 3.S.i:i; 3.71 I ' ' 1 1-
rioga .:.. _ ......lu.'^zzztzzzzt?. •• -i.T.vi, :;,.71"7 , i.;wtj :;.:.7.> I r.tii a;<ii*"n>t
Tompkins 4,Mki 3«5n 4.420 11.'.-.'-J 512 '•;7;' 373
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Warren ! ;t.:-Jli 2.CIS :'...">77 2.7;K; 72 ... _ 17:> lit
Washington | 7.77*> l.ll'.: 7.K7 1.222 51:' .■',.. U.*i!*& SB
Wayne ; I.CM 5.207 6.513 4,7: m LN.I l's l:u:
Westchester I 11.357 ll»i 11.25K 12,521! 747 -MivJ "'M37
Wyoming ! 4.tiys :;.:w: 4,111 :>.;-' 1 131 53i '; 4*t
Vales ! 3.432 ; 2.197 '-A.: 1 ..■: - :^> _ l;M;/v.a»l
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the truth probably lies between the two.
At any rate there seems to be no reason
yet ascertained fur believing the plurality
will amount to live hundred either way.
unless through unexpected action be some
of[tbe Boards of Supervisors. It isi.tlerto
dispute or dogmatize ov.r a margin so
narrow in a vote so large and with so many ;
points of i I regularity or, worse yet, to be
passed upon. Jt is not time either to be
over-sanguine of success or, to give lit) the ,
case. We can only hope for -the result for
■>*, inch we* havi been laboring.
"KIM, ROMANISM AXD REBELLION.,"
New York, November 12th. — Senator
Kdmunds, in conversation with sonic of
bis party friends, express .i surprise ihat
one so quick as Mr. Blame did not take
11 port the spot the "rum, Humanism and
rebellion" phrase of the Rev*. Mr. Burchard
and turn it to his own advantage. A per
sonal friend of Mr. Blame, who was pres
ent, replied that Mr. Blame bad said to
him that he bad never beard the remark
and knew nothing of it until he beard of it
in the papers the next morning. Mr.
Blame also said that he had no doubt that
tbis little episode bad lost him 10,000 votes
in New York State alone.
INFLAMMATORY EXPRESSIONS CONDEMNED.
New York, November — The Board
of Trade and Transportation adopted a res
olution to-day condemning expressions of
an inflammatory character in connection
with the close contest of the ['residential
election, scouting the idea of fraud, and as
serting that every citizen will submit to the
determination of the constituted authori
ties.
CONK Ll. Net -AND THE UNITED STATES SEN
\ roßsnii*.
New York, November 12th. The "a. ir
(Tammany's organ), editorially says : With
lion. Roscoe Conkling formally accepting
a legal retainer from the Democratic Na
tional Committee, and with bis Stalwart
followers openly proclaiming that he and
they knifed Blame r.a the Half-brer lis had
knifed Folger, manifestly only one short
step further i- required to bring 1 'onkling
definitely and avowedly into the Demo
cratic fold. Then suppose I'■ nkling should
he the Democratic nominee for United
States Senator, nil fourteen Stalwart mem
bers of the Legislature should boll the
party caucus and vote for him? Roscoe
Conkling was one Democrat in the present
transition state of the political parties, lie
may conclude that Cleveland is a good
enough Republican lor him, as he was
mil enough for the Half-breeds in 1882.
In thai event ii is not at all inconceivable
that he may be sent back to the United
.Slates Senate by a legislative coalition of
lie Democrats and Stalwarts. V»
"PHI i! ■..::" ;. : : : ET INTERVIEWED.
Washington, November 12th. — Judge
Kelley, of Pennsylvania' arrived in the city
this afternoon. To a correspondent' who
called 011 him at his hotel this- evening, the
Judge said he did not believe there would
beany tariff legislation attempted by the
Democrats at the next .--:• ii of Congress,
lie. was -'I the opinion that the Demo, rats
would wait until they got : ':'.' - power be
fore they made another attempt at revising
the tariff. Speaking of Frank Kurd's defeat,
Mr. Kelley said Kurd's successor is not
as clever a gentleman tis Hurd is, but a
booby who represents the? views ofthe peo
ple is a tier man to have in Congress
than the most accomplished gentleman
whose views arc entirely and directly at
variance with the wishes of the people he
represents^ When asked; for ids opinion
regarding the resull of tl"- Presidential
election, ii;.- Judge said that be iii.! not
know the result yet, and would express no
opinion until he knew what the result
w : . - .
-:::: vote of new Hampshire.
Concord, November 1 2th. Oflicial re
turns received by the Secretary of State
gives the following as the result of the vote
in this State : Blame 4!,l(t't. Cleveland
39,11)6, St. John 1,573, Butler 552. Aggre
gate vote, 84,457. Blame's plurality 1,000.
Blame's majority 1,875. Currier (Rep.) for
(rovernor has a majority over all of IDS.
OFFICIAL VOTE OF DELAWARE.
Wilmington. November 12th. — Tbe oflS
cial vote of Delaware is : Cleveland, 17,054;
Blame, 12.77** : Si. John, s>; Butler, 0. St.
John and Butler Electoral tickets were re
ported in Newcastle county only. The
Temperance Legislative vote was 1,540.
•.in ii;.: '..-.'s vote.
Detroit. November 12th. — Forty- three
of the eighty counties of Michigan report
official counts. Blame's plurality, 13,353;
Fusion .lnT-lities, C,370. The remaining
counties arc evenly divided between the
Fnsionists and Republicans. The plurality
given in .the figures so far reported will be
cut down to between 1,000 and 5,000. The
Congressional delegation stands seven
Fusion to one Republican!
STRICTLY UPON PRINCIPLE.
Olatiie (Kansas), November 12th.—
John says he held no relations whatever
with any political party in the campaign
except the Prohibition party; that he had
made the light strictly upon tbe principle
which he represented, and said he would
take the field again after a few weeks' rest.
patriotic- resolution.
Savannah Novembi r!2tb.— Among
the resolutions adopted at the grand Demo
cratic meeting last night was the following:
I: -"'. . *, That we will come the day hen
there shall be no solid South and no solid North,
[out a. solid Union, as it was eighty years ago,
and v. 'hen all American citizens, white or black,
native and adopted, at home and abroad, shall
stand equal before the law, and be covered and
protected by our country's Sag.
A SENSIBLE REMARK.
New York, November 12th.— Monsignor
Capel delivered before the Young Men's
Hebrew Club to-nigbt an abridgment of
his address on " Patriotism," as given at
the cathedral. In the course -at' his re
marks be said : "It was a bad side of our
election th.it showed our attempts to pull
down the character of the men who were
to rule us." v ■
DEMOCRATIC* PARADE IN" PHILADELPHIA.
Philadelphia. November 12th. — Hen
dricks will review the Democratic parade
here Saturday.
... mm waw^jiw..Mww
The late Senator Anthony is said never
to have used to.acco until be was 50 years
old. Then he was advised by his physician
to try .king for bronchitis ; but it did no
good and he soon gave it up.
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WHOLE NO. 10,476.
Two Anecdotes of General Lee.
I The life mill character of so noble* :i
man as (ieneral Robert IV Lee L*Ta theme
that none Jmt our greatest minds sbonld
discuss in public or in private, but with
your permission thi* writer, « ho he'd an
humble position on thestatrbf Brigadier^
General Jos. R. Davis, of Mississippi
(nephew of Jefferson Davis), in the* army
ii Northern Virginia^ will relate two
little incidents which happened at the*
, " Battle* of the* Wilderness.'
On the eve* of the sth of May (ieneral
Lee, with General Stuart, roue to the
("rout, where Stuart's cavalry had cnooun
tered tin* advance of the* Federal army.
As they rode through the infantry, then
awaiting orders, passing a farmhouse,
three young ladies stood at the gate "i'
the residence, holding a package which,
from his gallantry, or good looks, or both,
they intrusted to Captain lv. P. Thomp
son (nephew of Jake Thompson and how
a .Mississippi editor), of General Davis'
stall; with a request that he deliver the
same to General Lee. It contained three
handsomely-embroidered colored merino
ov.'i-sliiiis, very much worn in the army.
Captain Thompson at .'tire rode forward
to overtake the General, who had by this
lime reached within range of the shot
from Grant's skirmishers, and while under
fire tendered the gift as from the ladies.
General Lee, with his usual self-possi -.-.i.m
and court eons bearing, said to Captain T. :
. Return my wannest thanks to the ladies,
' and be kind enough to deliver the package
*- to one of my couriers; say thai I trust I
' may see and thank them in person. '
i Early on the morning of the 6th Grant,
who had massed a heavy force in the im
mediate front of Davis' Mississippi brig
ade*, opened lire and began a forward
movement on our lines nt this : tint. Set -
ing we were unable to cheek their advance,
Colonel Stone (since ('oven....- of ?.lwsis
sip; i . commanding Davis' brigade, sent
■.!'.! to General ii.tli. Division Com
mander, that he must he reinforced, which
brought to otiraidadivisioM 6fl_)ngstreet's
I'orps, led in p., -."I by that .1. I.- Lientcii
ant-General. It was at this critical crisis
thai General Lee appeared upon tbescene*.
After the enemy had bee 11 repulsed on the
right, and while our chieftain was await
ing, in painful anxiety, information from
our left wing, a i"'" ier— -a mere youth —
came up with a message from Lientenant-
General R. 11. Anderson, his small pony
panting like a deer that bar! lv .1 pursued
by a pack of trained hound. Delivering
his scaled message to Gen Lee in per
son, who, after reading ii. noticing* how
tired iii.- pony was, said to him : " Young
man, you should have some feeling for
your horse; dismount and rest him!'' at
the same time taking from the small sad
dle-bags attached to his own saddle a but
tered biscuit, giving half of it from ilia
own hand, to the young courier's pony.
This act of consideration for the dumb
beast made a lasting impression upon my
then youthful mind, and taught me ever
since to treat all animals as if they had
feelings as ourselves. At the moment it
occurred to me, hungry as I was, that he
had better have divided bis biscuit with
the rider of the animal, myself; but 1
soon appreciated the motive of his hospi
tality to the poor beast, and, as before
stated, learned a lesson in kindness to ani
mals I shall not soon forgot. — [Walter I>.
Barker, in .Southern liistorial Society
Magazine.
...
Tricks in Expert Shooting.
"Exhibition .hooting ain't what it pre
tends to be," exclaimed a veteran crack
shut. '* lien a tnan attends a tournament
shoot with a shell-loader .m the* ground
win) is known to he 'square,' it i- far dif
ferent work than that indulged in by a
I man who goes before an audience with bis
j own gun, loaded by himself, and the tar
gets or traps his own private property."
"You don't mean to say that these
' crack shots ' who give exhibitions of their
skill are crooked, and don't i!" *. square
work. " interrogated the scribe.
; " Weii, some of 'era ire ' square' enough,
perhaps, but the majority are not, and 1
know what I'm talking about. Frank
Fayrie, who used to shoot an apple oft' the
head of :i lady on the -in. until he killed
his sweetheart at Cincinnati, a few years
ago, was one of the [square ' men. lie- was
a good shot; and some of the men who
practice deception are good -li"i-, too, but
they prefer the safe side."
; " Explain yourself."
| " Well, take Buffalo Rill, for instance.
' Bill can handle a gun in pood shape, but
ii: his Wild West shows he rid. *s a horse
tit full gallop ami shoots glass balls thrown
up by- men along the* track. lie pretends
to do it with a rifle, out he don't, because
hois afraid of missing tim man) of them.
Tin* second day the show was here be gave
an exhibition of iii.- skill with .'■ rifle, hut
the balls had been extracted from iii- car
tridges ami they were filled with .--hut."
; '_' What other cases do you know of?"
j "Well, Bogardus lias two small boys
who stand up and shoot at a target. When
they strike the bull's-eye a .11 tings. The
bell mana'.-os to ring nearly every time,
and the people think those boys arc great
shots. The secret of their skill lies in the
■ fact thai the target is so arranged that if
! the ball strikes a space anywhere within
: six inches of the center it causes the bell
to ring. That makes it very ordinary
shooting, Captain Bo'iardus himself is a .
! square shooter, as is his eldest son, Eugene, -
I but they sometimes resort to tricks, and
the boy is by for the finest shot of the two," J'
v "Arc there any other tricks?"
! ""Well, 1 should think so. it is like
' every other .___-"_.; there an* 'tricks of
j the trade,' but it is best not give them all
! away." • : -■■rr
i * _ ~ —
j The latest cause given for Indian famines
: is the existence of an excessive number of
' goats. The theory -is that goats destroy
1 trees, and the consequent decay of forest .
decrease- the rainfall. There . lire \ 14,000,
--000 .exits in the Madras Presidency alone.
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