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VOLUME LII.-NO. 70.
DAILY BECORD-USM
£_£_»- at the Post Office at Sacramento as spread class matter
_TTBI__SH__D BY THE
SACRAMEHTO PUBiISHDiG COMPANY.
Publication Office, Third at., bet. J and K.
THE DAILT RECORD -UNION
Ii published every day of the week, Sunday* ex
cepted. Double-sheet on Saturdays.
For one year .___............_....._........__..*- 00
For six mouths — 3 50
For three mouths- » 2 00
Subscribers served by ____>*_. at Fifteen
Cl_n*. per week. In all interior cities and towns
Bie paper can be had of the principal feriodical
Dealer., Newsmen and agents.
THE W__KI.T UNION
la the cheapest and most desirable Enine. Newt
End Literary Journal published on the Pacific
•oast. V'.-r, -j- •:--■".
Terms. One Year- - ~....52 '/
ftAXr£!)-LOST-I'oD>iD.
WANTED— AGI EL FOR A -MAIL FAMILY,
VV at No. 731 S street Apply between '.» ami
10 a. X. , 111--"!*
WANTED— A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR
housekeeper; German pretcricl. Ad-
drt-rs.s FREDERICK MAHLE, Honcui, Cal.nB-lw»
XTOTICE TO SLAUGHTER-HOUSE. AND
jL> Bu*chers: Wanted HAIR from Cattle and
Horses' Tails to Make Hair Rope. Inquire IVES
KUBI, Alley, First and Second, O and P streets
(No. 1000). u6-lm*
BED LOUNGE FOR SALE CHEAP.— ALSO,
Four Good Parlor Stoves, at C. M. CAMP-
BELL'S. No. 409 X street. Dealer In New and
Second-hand Furniture. Upholstering and Re-
pairinp. Give me a call. apl'J-lptf
TO FARMERS.
-IX. E HAVE ON HAND A LARGE NUMBER
VV of first-class ranch hands, just from the
Western States; also, some Scandinavian and
German farm hands who can milk, plow and
Chop wood; also, help ol various kinds, both
male and lemale. Send in your orders and they
will be filled Immediately. HOUSTON <!_ CO.,
Employment Oflice, corner Fourth and X streets,
„ . Sacramento. ..„„._ „_ „.,.„__... _ ... jelU-lptf .
»in ..,...— I _>
~ FOR SALE— TO LET. J |
TO LET— A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM
X (furnished), suitable for one or two gentle*
men. Apply at No. 1007 Fourteenth street.
■ 1112-St* j
"X-TTiOR SALE— A SECOND-HANI) BUGGY
T Phaeton. Inquire of FRANK JACKSON*!
823 .1 street, or 1616 G street. nlg-tf i
FOR SALE— A HALF OK WHOLE INTER \
C est in the Western Hotel Hacking; Twin
Carriages and Four Horses r*:iil Harness. For
farther particulars inquire at the ofilce or of tht.
driver. nll-tf
FOR SALE— HOUSE AND LOT BE /J-*>%?
tween Twcntv-fourtll ami Twenty- «;>;
lift!', on O street, will be si.'.d on SATL'K-Ja_i_L
DAY, November 15, 1881, at 10 .*.. m., by auction
t.i the highest bidder; lot, 40x160 feet: also, Fur
iiitui.' and a Cider Mill will he sold at same tinn
and place; sale positive. HENRY SLACK. 1
i_lo-lw« [j
Fo!'. SALE— LOTS '.1 AND 4. 160 FEEIS
X sqt__te on cornerof Sixteenth and C streets,
with a good little house; title perfect, and only
il.ii'i for all. Apply to CARL STROBEL, 3_l Jj
street. nS-f.t* - j
IJ*OR SALE— A ONE-HALF INTEREST IN A
; well-established blaeksmithing and wagon
making business, in the town of Auburn, Placer!
county, Cal. For terms and particulars address-
J. M. WHITE, Auburn. 016-lm_!
FARM FOR SALE,
ONE OF THE BEST IMPROVED, !Iu.ME-)j»
like places in this county— lCo Acres— •> :
25 Acres in Choice Bearing Vineyard; 2— *— ;
Acres Oichard; 2 Acres Alfaita: 3 Acres Black-
berries; 8 Acres 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
| - Ra_r-_3 -Station,- School r.nd Church. Price,"
only I*lo,ooo. For terms. inquire o! CARL
STROBEL, No. 321 J street, Sa ramento, Cal.
nli-6;.tivlt* __:
Fruit Ranches For Sale.
Containing 100 acres in all; 27 acres In
Table G. aloes of all varieties; 83 acres in Fruit
Trees, all bearing, young and healthy; mostly
Peach. There is a Good Dwelling, containing
. rooms. Large Stable, PScking-honse, etc.
_ BL »Th_ soil Is deep, clearol bed-rock or hardpan.
"mr;-]... fniit ,i .... not require irrigation, and no
superior Fruit or Crapes are brought to this
market Situated, miles from the city ami
one-half mile from railroad station. The pro-
duels of the place will net over 84,500 this
year, aud the peach crop was very light.
80 acre., of land, 4 miles south of the
city; au acres in Grapes; 4 aires in Strawber-
ries and Blackberries; 'l\f, resin Fruit; good,
nearly new Dwelling; two Barns; two Wagons,
all Farming Tools, etc. Price, 97,500.
We have subdivided a tract i.t Brighton,
fronting on Sacramento Valley Railroad, into
10, 15 and 20 acres, and offer them for # HO per
acre; one-third cash.
SWEETSER & ALSIP,!
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Ko. 1015 Fourth street, bet. J and X,
SACK A SIKXT O .
lm
MONEY TO LOAN!
--—/TOC '..*,! ESTATE AT A 1.0.V RATE OF
I 7 interest, by PETER BOHL, ''._.. J street
ul-tf
i wns ii ■•_wi—s> ■_■___—___■ WW » ~»i'**~i **n Tut**! ■*•_-__•*■ __ l
JOHN T. STOLL,
Wholesale Saddlery.
DIRECT IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Pull and Complete Lines of Saddlery Hard-
wan Leathers, Whips, : aches, lti.ti.s! Horse
mill Saddle I'.laukets, of varie! styles; Vaquero
Sundrie-, Speciaßies.ee, and
UmZLeii __"<_*_ c t*»J____* o x*
Of C*astoin-raadc _Tar- «fU.
ness; superior grades /Hp_a?-
of Collars; Snake- £&> |\|
whips; Ladies' and £» VFN
Gentlemen's Saddles; /^| V-rA
Turf Goods of every MS \. 5-_\
description; FirstKfg yS.'i
Premium Saddle Ls-J
etc^. - • e~~. — Wil M&8
•e_- SatLsfaction gnaran- Vrfi P&few
teed in Quality nnd Price, XJtJ^^A-Jjj^
nnd an inspection of my X@3"'v*i*'
large stock will amply repay r
-s-r-.
>... .10 X STREET, SACRAMENTO.
dl.-lptf
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST,
"A l.ir^e and varied ass.ortr.ien'. of
lias-. ;-o Harblelaed -late ami Marble
M mtel*.
Something entirely new. Parties contemplat-
ing bulldlug should call. Al. i, a fine assort-
ment of Vermont. Italian Ma'We n:nl Scotch
Granite. foD-lplu] A. AITKEN, Cl 7 X street.
-
,r'*«-***H t T *-*•*•*•' — — " _.'-■-■.-' '■-.- ---■.;*'**"*fr*.rw - .
•«*_i-ij*" i-i* ■ "-- .'-* * ".*"" *..-;-____. — ~-_-sar-« *■-■**-* j ' the •
W&l Dfi.HEMLEY'S %^; belt.
%Sr- EXTiVACTcr _VrS3 TONir'
■•--^■r*^™ / r ! TOK ! c
m **^ /f^-^'^K *^_ \m\
. j DtSKPSU
W^pd 7BssZjT '0 i : : & *******
i__V '^-T^Hv PrSl'"*-, .'^"-(VSI i SLEEP.
t__ i- *-*_L_- •*_»«_r**_T* ,'*■ r, «/*■. R •B^*. ...
Pi^^_____^^S*l___*__: j-ll I SXRONO-
¥S-*' ™^___T*t_S "s^S_f^_ .*"' '"■' .'
: }--^^^a^^mjmrT^citiii.-^.i ■ KCFEF'JL.
Wmi ?M- _?f»> *_£.*?* W' : rC " ' LL
'« •-»,-*_• ** *&!_ '*3 DBUOOIS7S
■r^>W-__f-l*l!IS"--; ; ~ 1 -? , ' ; -^li._ •- *°
%______£_?__s^^^"£iS__ £?i___l-i ,
" SMITH & MUIR,
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters.
A FULL STOCK OF GAS FIXTURES AND
Plumbers' Supplies always ou baud.
No. 41-- J street, Sacramento.
tar Calls l* v Telephone No. 113 promptly
answered a'_2ojlpl*n_
SACRAMENTO "
i»i_tj__-._srx_>xo-r -VXTTiTi
Uartwcll, Hi '.cl.lsis.. Ji Stalker,
M--NL*I*ACTt;Bi;ES o?
■J^ri.ii;.*". WINDOWS, BLINDS, MOLDINGS,
TT*. Finish Door and Window Frames, llraek-
et^ Scroll Sawing mid Turning. Stair Work a
specially. Comer of Front and Q streets, Sac-
ramento. feV-tplm
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
HALE BROS. & CO.
TO-MOBE,O"W
BEGINS THE
SPECIAL SALE
OF ALL
j
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.
....;,.,<- r-.--^ Every REMNANT and every
ittW*** *^*£ ODD LOT has been carefully
*^ ' 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.
__FL_______E_______C_E_;_E__E-.,
THEY MOST BE ALL SOLD IN TWO DAYS,
(FricJay £&,___.<_!. S«.t*i_L__*c_L£t*y-i_
Orders from the Country Receive Prompt and Caroful Attention.
Xos. 829, S_l. 833, 88a X street, ami 102 C Ninth street, Sacramento.
gß'l^^EX-a _o_a_._!_ : -S-B^-_o^ _ "^T^X-E^ES 2
.-,00 TONS ON HAND. AND FOB BALE IN QUANTITIES TO SLIT.
■FIRST DUALITY [Galvanized), 3% cents per pound
FIRST QUALITY (Painted), 4- . cents per pound
t_.*_-__.^L,x__?*-c>__rs__xrx-_?_. ■v_***:-_:i-_.___ -ce7"<__e'l?s.*__i_.__s
No-. 30. and :*o'.» .1 STItKKT [029- Iptf] SACKA-IKN'TO, CAI.
...ILL! M.l* Y.
SALE OF FEATHERS!
To Commence on SATURDAY, Nov. L.th,
At 9 o'clock, and continue until are fold.
$1,500 WORTH OP FEATHERS!
Bought at '"- cents on the dollar, and we will
give the Ladies of Sacramento the benefit of
them in our sale, at MESDAMES BARBER & '
I'KAI. Hi!. G2l J street, Sacramento. s'J lply
MILLINERY OPENING!
Call and sec the GRAND OPENING of all
The Latest Styles in Fall and Winter
Millinery Goods at
-_t_C__-£s. ____at cnetcin'e,
No. 003 .1 street. iplm
a G. GRIFFITHS,
c| \W FENI.YN
PENRYN
MS ™ WORKS,
wf~y^ \'f\f PESKIX, CAL.
,!_!■-— ill \:'.-&*t
l-____. JM^^jirpnE BEST VARIETY AND
— t -~- v ■*" I Largest Quarries Oil the
-Ci?^- — , Pacific Coast. Polished Gran-
ite Monu-Dsnts.Tomb-tom _ and Tablets made
to order.
fljr 'ir.inile Building Stole Cut, Dressed
in. l Polished lo Or»!«or. . 011-lirf'in
NEUBOURG & LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt House.
Ul IPS, MALT, PRODUCE, GRAIN, FEED
LjL and Brewers* Supplies.
I*l6, 1018, 1020 Fifth st., Sacramento.
*B** Exchange Sold on all the Principal Cities
of"'"- ml-lotf
J. R. WEBSTER,
No. 1301 .1 street Sacramento,
DEALER iv
Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors,
rot: co, (*.<;.
California Produce, etc Wines and Liquors for
Family Use a laity. o'j-lplm
J. F. HILL,
Nos. J3Ol to 1323 .i street, Sacrami nto.
MANUFACTURER "F.STJ..
Carriages, Buggies, - Fx-/^^T*3ii
press, Thoroughbrace audv*JV/,i(^: ,^-55-
Quartz Wagons. Deal* riti Oak,-*"-"-— iri* -».
Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Sp.-.kes, Fel-
lies. Bows, Rims. Shafts and Foie*. Manufact-
urer of the " LIGHTNING" HAY PRES3. Send
for Catalogues m_Vlptf
AMHEDSER ST. LOUIS
3S _E3 3D __TL ,
ON DRAUGHT, AT
-.HURLER'S SALOON,
No. 522 .1 nti eet. ']e-0- lplinl Sacramento
AGENCY OF TIIF
HENLEY ROLLER SKATES!
The Best and Only Practical).; Scientific Skate.
OSBORN & ALEXANDER
028 Market street, opposite I*ala>'« Hotel.
i Mechanics' Tools, Hardware & Machinery
o2_-tIMWF_-Wtf
FRUrre, SEEDS AXI> PKODOCE.
m^m*Sk r*m
ffWm^
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION B____CHANTS,
AND SHIPPERS OF ALL KINDS OF
Fruits, Vegetables noil General Produce.
I Careful attention given to the Selection and
Packing ot Choice Fruits for distant tnr.rkets.
Nos. 30S anil 310 X street, Sacramento, CaL
jc-10- iplm
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
J in
SEEDS, FRUITS & GENERAL FEOBCCK
Proprietors CAPITAL NURSERIES, .acramen-
to, i.'l. Seed and Tree Catalogues sei t tree on
application. Nos. C, 'A and 10 .J street, Sac-
ramento. ■ 87 I*
SAC ISA M ENTO Bl_A__Cl_
PACIFIC FRUIT COMPANY,
J. I*. FARNSWORTH, Agent.
iooo, ::i- ■:', :-.: ■:, 1010 Second St., Sacramento
IT THOLES ALE AND CCMMISPION DEALERS
V V in California Green ■■■' Dried Fruits, Nuts,
Raisins, Honey," Oranges,* Produce,' etc. Partic-
ular attention psia i-. tno _l_;ig of orders for
andsrii,v.rii*!iuofail kindsof Fruits In their spa
wm Principal office, '4oB ■■'- '■ 419 Davis street,
S.m Francisco. jaS-lplm
A. MiXi-i:f.. S. oersuk.
S. GERSON & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND
Dealeis iv
Imported and Dome silo Fruits, Vegeta-
bles, Nats, etc.,
NO. 2.0 J STI-LEI,
Between Second r... 1 Third, Sacramento. >--_i-l in
LYON & CURTIS,
(Successor, to LYON & BARNES),
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
in
Prodnce, Vegetables and Frulf_,
POTATOES, BEANS, BUTTER, EXI9S, HONEY,
POULTRY, ETC..
No.. 117 to 123 J Slreei. je'2_-lptl
EUGENE ;.■,_!,.. C.C. BARNES. FRANK GRECOP.Y
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Successors to Gregory at CO.),
Nos. 120 and 128 J Street,
WhOLSSALE DEALERS IN PRODUCE AND
Fnut Full stocks of Potatoes. Vegetables,
Green and Dried Fruits, Beans, Aiialia, Butter, ;
Eggs, Cheese. Poultry, etc, always on hand. Or- ,
ders filled at lowest rates. Jel2-tf
HENRY ECKHARDT,
GUKTSaSITJ-C.
GUNS, RIFLES. PISTOLS, FISH- v. 'ga a*
j" ing Tackle. Cutlery. Ammuni- "--sJC-*-*?
tion of all descriptions. (inns s^»v**C.?"
Choke-bored, stocks Bent, and ;>*^
-tepairiig on Guns and Rifles »V N. -'
Specialty. f»23 X street, Sacramento. o-4
L. J. BLOOMS
"With M. SHORT, Merchaut Tailor, 817 i
Market Street, San Francisco,
CIAN* BE SEEN AT THE WESTERN HOTEL
/ with a large stock of Imported scotch
Tweeds. Suits to order for 125; Dress Suits, ?'-"•.
Will remain for two days. nl_-2t»
MARTIN KESTLER,
MANUFACTURER OF BUGGIES- FAR*,"
Express, Freight, Header and Quartz
Wagons. Repairing, etc., done at short notice.
1010 to 1014 Ninth St.. bet. J and K. Sacramenlo.
*i.17-tp__i
Nervous Debility SSftSSSSSSE
free. Civale Agency. 160 Fulton street. New York.
ic3O.lQmM
SACRAMENTO. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 14 1881.
BUSINESS CARDS. I
; .:: . T. QUINN Sc SONS,
C.VRRIAGE PAINTERS (LATE FOREMAN ]
of painting department of the California ! ,
Carriage Factory, Eighth and X), with like & j
Young, Fourth and L streets, Sacramento. Fine j
finish and durability guaranteed. ani 6-Sm
M. K. ROSE'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. " ■' a-i-o-tf !
GEORGE "tV. YOUNG,
SUCCESSOR TO PIKE & YOUNG, CAKKIAGE ;
Manufacturer, corner Fourth and L streets, ,
Sacramento. Established in ISSO. All sizes ot
Buggies, Phaetons. Spring and Thoroughbrace
Wagons. Repairing, P___t__£ and Trimming
done. ro_i)-lutt
liJ-S". HYMAN. J. HYMAN, JK.
J. ____r_iA_r, frti., ss 1iV.0.,
TTtFATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS, jso
\'V 506 J street, betweeu Fifth and \y,\
Sixth, have always on h_u-.l a choice vari- '£-< «
ety of fine Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, 't&iiJK
etc. ■.-•■ ■-.'■':- ja.-lm
C. ZtVXCK___.'
M -STREET FOUNDRY, BETWEEN FOURTH
and Fifth. Cast-Iron Founder ; Manufact-
urer of all kindsof Cast and Bod-Iran Railing's
and Fences. All Baaiidiug Castings a to order.
_.o-4plm -■ -;:' '
H. F. BOOT. ALEX. KEIISOS. J. DRISCOL.
ROOT, NEILSON & CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON AND BRASS
j Fouuder.. aud Machinists, Front street, be-
tween X and O. Castings and machinery of
every description made, to order. ja'.'-t-lplm
1". 7_ST__. J. O FUN.-.TON.
18oG. _?. FOSTER St CO., 18S4.
QOOK-BINDERS, PAPER-RULERS AND
J_) i;ia:ik-i;....-~ Manufacturers, No. 819 J street,
between Third ami Fourth, __i"T__iento.iy__ _ptl j
JAMES McGirißl",
Tt/TANUFACTUBER OF ROAD SCRAPERS,
!3i_ Iron Doors, Jail Cells, Shutters, Railings,
Gratings, Housework and Blaeksmithing in gen-
eral, No. 520 X street, between Fifth, ami Sixth.
Second-hand Doors for sale. jeiMptl
~8. CARLE. " E. .'. CROLY.
CARI.K & CROLY,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
/ pared to do all kinds of work in their line,
in city or country. Principal place of business,
Sacramento. Shop. No. 1121 Second street, be-
tween X and L. Postoffice Box No. 410, Sacra-
mento. jelsM.ptf
ATTOBNEYS-AT-LA.Tr.
Grove L. Johnson". A. C. Freeman.
George E. Bates.
FREEMAN, JOHNSON* & BATES,
V TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 920 FIFTH STREET,
i\_ Sacramento, and southwest corner Califor-
nia and Sau.-oim* streets, San Francisco. nl-tf
W. C VAN FLEET. W. B. TREADV.ELL.
Tl._",'.l* .VI-L-. & VAN FLEET.
* TTOBNEYS AND COUNSELORS, COS 1
j\_ street, near Sixth,' Sacramento, Cat. apfr ip
TV. S. BEATTY & S. C. DENSON,
* TTORNEYS AND COUNBELOBS-AT-LAW.
__A. Offices : Metropolitan Block, X street, be-
tween Fourth nnd Fifth, Sacramento. Entrance
next door ~o Metropolitan Theater. 01-tf
C. I. WHITE. A. L. HAET.
HAST & "WHITE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
Offices at the southwest corner of Fifth 1
and J sti sets, Sacramento, California, je2_-tf j
HENRY L. BUCKLEY. S. SOLON HOI.L. j
UOLL Sc BUCKLEY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW. j
Otfice: Northeast coruer Sixth and 1 j
Ttreets, Sacramento. je9-tf
PHYSICIANS AXD SURGEONS.
i
T. A. SNYDER, M. 1).,
PHYSICIAN ANDSCRGEON, southeast corner
of Second and X streets. Office Hours — 'J
to 10:30 a. >:; 2to 1, and 7to 0 p. M. Residence,
913 M street, between Ninth and Tenth, au'23-tf
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.
m. Office hours— to 9a. m.; 1 to 3p. M., and
evening^ jyl-tf
~ DRS. KELLOGG & GOSS,
CORNER SEVENTH AND a STREETS, SACRA-
MENTO. Office Hours:
Mi__ Dr. Kellogg— Miss Dr. Goss—
!» to ID a. M. _ tO 3 A. M.
12 to 2 P. M. 2 to 5 P. M.
6 to 7 P. M. 7 to S P. M.
Sunday, 12 to 8. __*. ■
BR. LAINE,
"PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— AND j
i Residence, No. 323 J street, between Third
and Fourth: Hours— B to 10 A. M., 3to 5 and 7to
Sp. >:. officei City Superintendent of Public
Schools at same place. seo-lplm
W3_. EZXERY UKIGGS, M. IL,
OCULIST, AURIST, AND PHYSICIAN FOR
Diseases of the Throat. Office, il'j% J i
street, corner of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank, :
Sacrament.). Cal. Hours: 9:30 to 12 a. st; Ito _
p. m. Sundays: 9:30 to II .*.. m.; Ito i t.u. Jyl-tl
UK. A. E. HK-XE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
1 the University of Berlin, Germ Office
and residence, N0.521 .1 street, between Filth
and Sixth, Sacramento. Office hoars— 9to 11 A
| M.; 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 l*. :_*. jy!3-tf
WALLACE A. BKIGGS, M. 1).,
T~>UYSia.\N AND OBSTETRICIAN. 01 EICE
X and residence So. 212 J street, Sacramento.
( _to 9 a. j:. )
Otfice Hours: • 1 11 a. M. to 2P. M. >jcl2-4ptf
I 6:30 to BP. M. }..
W____,_..l I ..._. .I-..—-.I ...111 ..1..-.11.1 W._1.....1.111.
DENTISTRY.
S. _. SOUTHWORTH,
SI'CCESSOI! TO
I-JREWER & POUTIIWORIH, DENTISTS,
I) Seventh and J streets, Sacramento.
. i- 1 1 - 1 Til
REMOVED.
r? F. TEBBETS, DENTIST, TO 914 jr!^rc**-s_
C. Sixth street, between 1 and J, •*:>?-? _^**^
west ■-:-:., opposite Congregational * L _-___l XZi
Church. aua-tf
T. Is. REIB,
DENTIST, ff^Z^
,u^ No. 61... .1 street an I-I f
11. H. PIERSON,
DENTIST, 415 J STREET, Bl> vef^pra.
lw. ' Fourth nd Fifth, r\.-ei\-<f&?i£A
mento. Artificial Teeth inserted i '--IASAJJ
Gold, Vulcanite and all • ases. Nitrons Oxide or
Laughing Gar, administered for painless extrac-
tion of teeth, jyll-lm
W. WOOD,
DENTIST, QUINN'S BUILDING, _f-_g_*__:
northeast comer Fourth and l'i>Sf^z ! ''zi. ■
sirxets. Artificial Tetth inserted o*.r*-*-_Cj_Trr-
all bases. Improved Liquid Nitrous Oxide l.'r.s
for p.-.; les extraction of teeth. ie_o-tf
■ 1.1 ■ 111 .1. , . __ ■ ■no ll—. 111. I 1... — _ ..fc-_ _-_WJ*s
LIQUOR J)EALEIIS.
EBNER BROS..
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* LARGE QUANTITY OF THE COAL OILS
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LATEST ELECTION NEWS.
[SPECIAL DIS, ATCHRS TO the RECORD- UNION.]
THE OFFICIAL CANVASS IX XEW YORK.
: New York. November 13th. — total
vote of. Brooklyn, as. officially announced
to-day. gives Cleveland a plurality of 15,
--7*52, being a gain of six for Cleveland.
Broome county: Blame, 7,182; Cleve
land, 5,7.0; St. John, 458; Butler. 144.
Wyoming county: Blame, 4.441 ; Cleve
land, 3,189; St. John, 483; Butler, 53.
Otsego connty : Cleveland, 7,307 ; Blame,
6,671. Butler. 81 ; St. John, 432.
_•, Schuyler county : Blame. 2,016; Cleve
land, 2,039; St. John, 154; Butler, 111.
Orange county : Republican Electors, 9,-
IXiS : twenty-eight Democratic Electors, 9,-
S4l each * two, 9,840; four, 9,838; one. 9,837 ;
St. John Electors, 6l7 ; Butler Electors. 175.
Chenango county: Blame, 5,462; Cleve
land, 4,410; St. John, 506; Butler, 334.
Sullivan county: Blame. 3,332; Clove
land, 3,607; St John, 183; Butler, 232.
Oneida county : Cleveland, 13.820; Blame,
13,790 : Cleveland's plurality. 30 ; St. John,
894; Butler, 189. * -j-"..;'
' The St. Lawrence County Canvassers were
in session part of Tuesday and all day yes
terday, but hive not completed the canvass,
owing to clerical errors in the returns of
several districts, which will not affect the
result. Tbe canvass will show Blame, 13,
--441; Cleveland, [6,035; St. John, 311 ; But
ler, 20.
Columbia county: Blame, 6,424; Cleve
land, 5.851; Butler.".;; St. John, 168.
Albany connty: Cleveland 18,345, Blame
17.698, St. John: 312, Butler 983.
Delaware county: Blame 5,934, Cleveland
1,956, St. John 437, Duller 112.
' New York, November 13th. — The vote
On the Presidential ticket canvassed by the
Board of Canvassers is as follows: First
Assembly District (fourth election district
missing) — Blame 2,231, Cleveland 4,265,
Butler '.'_. St. John 15. Second Assembly
District— 2.130. Cleveland 5,239,
Butler 94, St. John 8. Third Assembly Dis-
Blame 2,624, Cleveland 5,111, Butler
126, St. John 11 Fourth Assembly Dis-
Blame 2,391. Cleveland 0,322, Butler
158, St. John 10. Fifth Assembly District—
Blame 2,605, Cleveland 4,508, Butler 125.
St. John 17. Sixtii Assembly District—
Blame 2,650, Cleveland 5,612, Butler 126, '
St. John 5. Seventh Assembly District
(two election districts missing) — Blame
1,653, Cleveland 4,242, Butler 88, St. John
74. Eighth Assembly District— 4,722,
Cleveland 4,140, Butler 09, St. John 10.
THE METROPOLIS.
New York, November 13th. — The gains
and losses in the returns of the Board of
Canvassers, so far as the canvass has been
made, as compared with the press returns
sent out on election night, are as follows:
First Assembly District, Third Election
District, Blame gains 10 votes; Seventh
Assembly District, Tliird Election District,
Cleveland gains 3 votes; Twelfth Election
District Cleveland gains lA*6tc; Fifteenth
Election District, Cleveland loses 1 vote;
Seventeenth Election District' Blame gains
78 votes and Cleveland loses 155 votes;
Third Assembly District, Sixteenth Elec
tion District, Cleveland loses 2 votes;
Twenty-first Election District. Cleveland
gains 2 votes ; Twenty-third Election Dis
trict, Cleveland gains I vote: Twenty-sixth
Flection District, Blame loses 3 votes;
Fourth Assembly District, Twelfth Election
District, Cleveland loses 10 votes; Twenty
first Election District, Blame gains 1 vote.
DEJIOCRATIC FK-IRES.
New York, November 13th. — The otli
eial canvass of the vole received at the
headquarters of the Democratic State
Committee to-day from various points in
the State is as follows: Delaware county,
Blame's plurality, 978; Columbia county,
Blame's plurality, 510; Rockland county,
Cleveland plurality. 1,104; Schoharie coun
ty, Cleveland's plurality, 1,807: Kings coun
ty, Cleveland's plurality, 15,734; Broome
county, Blame's plurality, 1,402; Schuyler
county, Blame's plurality, .".77: Franklin
county, Blame's plurality, 1,090; Oneida
county, Cleveland's plurality, 30.
THE "lIERALII's'* SUJIMARY.
New York, November 13th. — The Herald,
in i:- summary, says : The vote of New
York Stale by counties, as far as ascer
tained by Official count, gives Cleveland a
plurality of 1.254 votes. In the ca_e of six
counties, however, where tbe canvassers
adjourned "■ ing to some technicality, and
where the pluralities nay be changed; un
official figures are given. The votes for
Bulk*!* aid bt. John are as follows: St.
John, 22,739 ; Butler, 12,539. In the coun
ties already canvassed there has been no
material change in majorities since yester
day. Blame has lined one vote in Colum
bia and two in St. Lawrence county, and
lost two vol in Schuyler; making his net
gain one vote. Cleveland lias gained six
votes in Kings and i- sl ten in Oneida, mak"
ing bis net loss four votes. This reduces
Cleveland's plurality by five votes, making
it now 1,254. Only Ihreeeounties have not
vet furnished the official result— Franklin.
Greene and New York.
REITBLII AS C;A* , _*..l_ NEW YORK CITY OF 351.
New York. Noveniber I Ith— a. m. — The
work of counting tlie vote in this State still
remains unfinished. In fifty-two counties
the result has been officially declared. In
three nth r counties no material changes in
the vote, as already announced, arc antici
pated. The counties siiil to be heard from
are Erie; Franklin, (.recti.; Kings ami New
York. In this city the canvass of the re
turns from tin Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Sev
enth and Eighth Assembly Districts has
I. en finished. Slight .corrections were
made in th districts canvassed. As com
pared with th Associated Press returns,
there have b_:*n Republican gains so far in
this city of 351.
i ■:;:. ; BAUDS . ;. \r mcd.
-New York, November 14th — a. m. — It is
well known that frauds, if anywhere, were
committed here in the city. Early on the
election evening it was given out thai 367
election districts, which is more than half
the city, bad given Cleveland 17. "'-' ma- !
jority. Soon after came the statement that
Cleveland's majority would not exceed 30,
--000. After wards, again, but after midnight,
came another announcement that Cleve
land's majority, with four districts to hear
from, would give < 'leveland 12,000 majority,
Then came the final announcement tbat
the city complete had given Cleveland 53, |
000 majority, and was so published in the
WW „ bnl in no other paper. It was after
wards announced that 53,000 was an error
for* 43,000 majority. Now,. in view of th
fact thai 13,000 was sufficient ii' genuine, to
carry Cleveland through, an extract from
th.. '.*-'.<!.-, Kelly's organ, tliis morning, is
significant. Following is the extract:
■•The Tammany Hall Committee of Seven,
on the pari of the Tammany organization,
to ' watch the canvass of the electoral
ticket, had a long conference last evening
with the Chairman of the Democratic Na
tional and State Committees. The visitois ;
hail two objects in view. First to positively I
deny the existence of any deal between '
Tammany Hall and the Republican Alder
men, affecting the Presidential contest.
This assurance was deemed necessary, in
order to allay a public fear throughout the
country, which had been worked up by
the circulation of unfounded newspaper
rumors, thai Cleveland and Hendricks
were to be sacrificed for some local ad
vantage. Ex-Senator Foster, Chairman of
; the delegation, satisfied the representatives
i of both the committees that the Tammany
I Supervisors would permit no action in the
: Board which would lose the Democratic
| Electoral ticket a single vote." It is well
I known that} -"ii after the polls closed,
i certainly belore 0 o'clock, some of
. the biggest Democratic politicians in tlie
city — one a Congressman elect— telegraphed
Cleveland at Albany that his election was
certain, and congratulated htm. The ques
tion is: did these gentlemen know that the
city could be relied upon for any amount of
Democratic majority to elect the ticket .'
All these statements are [indisputable, and
' can be corroborated by proof: and just here
is where the Republicans based their hopes
j that the .quarrel between Tammany and
' the County Democracy would bring out the
i truth and tacts.
a. "tamjiaxy" coxfebekce.
New York, Noveniber 13th. The Star,
regarded- as tbe Tammany organ, says:
•'The Tammany Hall sommittee of seven,
appointed on the part of the Tammany
organization to watch the canvass of the
electoral ticket held a long conference this
evening with the Chairmen of the Demo
i cratic National and State Committees, ana*
I positively denied the existence of any deal
j between Tammany Hall and the Republi
t can Aldermen affecting the Prertidential
I count. Ex-Senator Forster, Chairman of
j the delegation, satisfied the representatives
' of both committees • that the Tammany
COMPARATIVE VOTE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK— OFFICIAL.
Below is given in tabulated form (he official returns hv comities of the Presidential
vote of the State of New York, a canvass of which is still in progress. The counties
have now all been heard from, as will he seen, except six, to wit: Erie, Franklin.
Greene, Kings, Monroe and New York. Very little change was made by the official
canvass ofthe counties reported yesterday, and tin* determination as to who is *„ be tin*
next President will not be definitely fixed until the official canvass of the entire State is
completed
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A]| , *»*'>' -.... _.! 16.564 19.624: 17,698 18.315. 2.413 _ ! 988 i 312
Allegany 6.827 : 8,482 \ 6,668 3.886 ! 568 738 480
}. ™ mo I 7.173; 5,450! 7.182 5.780 821 111 , 45*»
Cattaraugus _..... T4m .-,,.,•„•, - 463 BOfis ' , w 872 -. 930
*;" 7 a 1 ■.'.-.-•.' 5.976- 9,206 6.041 : 231 121 591
( hailtanqua > w .422 5.472; 10 ,670 5,8611, 111 431 540
cnemung i 4 «,,-: 4 *>•.' .-,.ios 4.719 619' nts 185
Chenango 5 -,-..■, „-.-.,, -„,,•,_, iAW 1-iSR}' 331 • 506
Clinton.. aom 4.2:501 5.9731 5.151! ' 1,108 19 85
Colombia -- ■ 6,486 5.993 i 6.424 4.9 V. I 7.; Sffi 168
Cortland 4.121 2.749 4.012 2771 i 107! 112; 37.".
Delaware | fi.nSM 5,084 5984 4 <««' ' 4 119 4-17
Dutches* ! 11,045 8.475! 9,701! 8,677. ->..-._{ 1,546 88 4.1s
Lne I 24.199 20.848 . • I ' • I J
£•***-,•: ! 4.776! 2.775 4,551 2.776 "_6 CI j 65
Franklin ; 4,155! ■:.-:*■ 1 I .1 I ...I
Fulton 1 4.579 3,827! 4.6l7iVX'«4'!".T.."i'"'is9 58!""227
Genesee I 1.815 3,481 1,631 3,613 546 41 386'
Creene j 3.579; 4,4"6!, I | 1 | . !
Hamilton i 4"6; 552 521 567; "100 '.:!i';~'«™3| •■{
Herkimer j fi.ir.ll 5.070] 6,1 - 5.325| I 451 j 56: 327
Jefferson 9.439 7.216 9,029 7,07;. i 269 S3 cm
Kings • 51.751 61.062 !......... '. ! ' ! !
Lewis ' .<(:;• 5.674 8.851 R,77S f" 286; i{: ""tl4
Livingston i 5.522, 4.242 5.191; 4 >:".'.> ... ! v'S Its' 375
Madison ' a 793| 4.683 6,608j 4,864' ' asej 86 529
Monroe ; 17102 13,7421 • ' ! !
Montgomery i 5930 1.947 5,505 6.413 ...!.... 1 i:»ii 4si " "Ha
New York ! si.':' > 123 015 '.... • I ' I
Niagara ' : a <.-< 5.937 5,875; 6.193-; ! s.-.i r.:> "'"-".i
Oneida I 11,546 12.600 13.790 i3.S'.>n ; 1.986; IS'i; sit
Onondaga ! 16. 1.1 a 11.732 16.892' 13.165 ■ <m 99 not
Ontario i f.,771 5767 ■■•■• 5.0(3 .. ' 808 127! 2K
Orange ] I*l,oBB 9,6721 9.968 9.81 V I iv 175 : 047
Orleans...- 1 4.581 3,101 3,9971 2.908 ._ I 388 681 089
Oswego 1 '.■"'•''• 6.746 9.976 7.-M1 ...:•, ..' 94R;^.'?rt5 ]'■ ::<
Otsego '■ 7.1*6 7.151! 6.671 1 7.:ai7 .... .: iw jj.|l- 4 •••
Putnam ! 2.111 1.708 2,1 li 1.826 r.i : t; o5
Queens I 5.151 !'>.S9I 8.415110.367! 318 ! 270! 2HI
Rensselaer : 13.672 13.031 13,759 13,414' ..: 2*o; 686 116
Richmond ' 3.291 1.815 3,164 5.135 '■ 147 ■ 7.">i.-9i>
Rockland 1 2.68S 3.115) 2,592 3.697 I S7S; » 123
St. Lawrence | 13.748 5,8351 13.441 6.035; „: ■■■. 20 811
Saratoga. ' 8116 5,808 8190. 5,846 38 .........!' 92- 42,*.
Schenectady j rViO 2628 3,260 2.977 .-!:;" 41, 106
Schoharie... ! :'.646, 5.352 3.472 5.339 ' 251 37 17:1
Schuyler I 27>>0 •'.'-"'' 2.616 2.039 80 ! ill 154
Seneca j S.'SMi S.Siri; 3.309! 3.627 90 .„ I 50 119
Steuben 'I 1"!.". 5.992 10,017, 9,(«m I 2645 5-7. 904
Suffolk 1 0,515 O.OCIi 5.876 6.429 ! 1,007 53; 457
Sullivan | 3.339 3,718 3.332 3.607 1"! .. . | 282 183.
P..-.! i 1,750 3.627 1.367 3,379..' I 135 204 101
Tompkins ' 8,956] 4.420: 3.992 ' «12 267 '.' 373
Hster j 9,994 9.870, 9,929 9,870 ' &>! lis 875
Warren i 3,330 2.61s 3.577 2,793 72 '• 17'> 1: ' 123 J
Washington ! 7.779: 4.145 7.337 4,222 I sl't 115. 255
Wavne ! 7,600; 5.207 6,813 1.7*1 ;..! 28.1, i'VS-
Westchester i 11.367, 11.858 11.286 I',s'M I 717 255 437
Wyoming ' 4,695 8.309 4.141; 3.189 • 131 53, 483
Yates I 3.432 2,197 3.191! 1.918 38 j ISO 200
Totals 555.541 531.511* ■ 7ZZZZZZZZZ
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County.
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Supervisor, would permit no action in tin*
Board which would lose tin* Democratic
electoral ticket a simple vote, He further
volunteered the services of the committee
to act jointly with the National and State
representatives, and to carry onl faithfully
any instructions which they deem would
be beneficial to the National ticket.
EFFECT OF VNCKRTAIXTY OX-BCBIXESS.
Xew York, November loth. — C. I. Hun
tington said in your reporter this afternoon,
when asked his opinion on the general
business outlook : *' I think we have left
the worst behind us, and brighter times are
ahead. The present condition of business
is not half so bad as the past."
■• What is your opinion of Cleveland ?"'
Cleveland is a safe man. Of course I
do not include the party he represents in
saying this. The Democratic party will
never be as safe as the Republican, Cleve
land's election is generally concefed by
businessmen. At any rale" the feeling of j
uncertainty as to the result is confined to ■
but few, and has pot affected business to
any extent."
"How will the change in administration
affect the railroad interests?"
" Not in the least. As soon as the excite
ment over the election has completely died
out, I look for an increase of traffic. It is ■
not in the power of any one man to steal
this country, you know."
A well-known Wall-street broker, for
merly a Califoniian, said: ''The general
feeling of uncertainty over the result of the
election is hurting business. Thereis noth
ing at all doing in stocks and will not be, in
my opinion, for some time. I know of
English merchants who have counter
manded large orders, upon learning that
Cleveland was likely to be elected. other
merchants are restricting their orders pend
ing the official count. This uncertain elec
tion, together with the rate war on the
trunk Lines, will undoubtedly cause a gt-n-j
eral depression on the whole street. The
Central Pacific is ;!. ■ only I !alifomia line I
know ol engaged in a war of rates."
THE REP_B_ICA_ PASTY IX GOOD CONDITIO!*.
Ne*.*" Yokk, November 13th.— The. Sikh look
ing over the political field concludes that
the Republican party is in better condition
than before the election. It says the losses
it has suffered through the withdrawal of
the Independents, have been made up by
the accession of Irishmen and workingmen
*.vbo went over from tbe Democrats in large
numbers. There never before was 11 party
which gained at once such a body of earn
est and valuable material from the very
bone and sinew of the country, while there
is no sense in the idea that either of the
two parties is going to be broken up at
present. The Republicans are politically
in much the better condition of the two.
They are a compact union. There is no
difference of opinion or of purpose among
them. The discordant elements have gone
our, and the army which remains is peer
less for steadiness, and was disciplined by
the defeat of last week rather than de
stroyed by it. Considered merely as po
litical organization, the Republican party
is in good lighting order.
STRENGTH OF THE ISDEPENDEXI .
Nev,- York, November — The S.m's
Hartford- special says: The Independent
organizations, both in Massachusetts and
Connecticut, have been making efforts since
the election to find out what their strength
was. So far the result has not been satis
factory. Di Massachusetts they say not
less than 25,000 publicans bolted, almost
• all voting for Cleveland, some for tot. John !
' anil some ii"! at all. In Connecticut the
energetic wealthy men who forsook busi
ness am! managed the Independent can
vass, a-.-r rt that they were supported by not
less than 5,000 voters, and have cut clean
out of the Republican party. These esti
' mate, are ma simply to gratify curiosity.
jln Connecticut the Independents will,
j within a few days, formally decide to hold
aloof, as a live organization at least,
' until future developments in politics shall
make some other action necessary. The
idea iras seized them that they are the little
Ilame by which a great new]. arty of reform
is to be lighted.
THE IXDEPENDENT REPCBLICAXB.
New York November I3th.— The Inde
. pendent Republican Committee of one hun
! dred met to-night in the Brooklyn Academy
of Music. President Maxwell said the
I question to be decided was whether the
organization should be made permanent,
ii- was in f ivor of this, for the purpose of
holding the balance of power between the
parties. Bee her said he was also in favor
of making the organization permanent.
In local matters be was a Republican ; in
national matters a Democrat. He believed
Cleveland bad been elected by the Inde
pendents, and every man who helped put
him in the Presidential chair was bound to
support hini until he had done something
to forfeit their support. They should keep
the organization intact, ready to be sum
moned at the sound of the trumpet. A
committee was appointed to devise a plan
for permanent organization. : - ;- -:
■ okklikg's reward.
New York, November I3th.— The World
this morning, in an editorial on the next
Senator from New York, says : "Would it '
not be to the honor of the State and tn the
credit of the people, if party considerations
could be laid aside and the Legislature be
induced to tender the United States Sena
tnr-hip unanimously to Roscoe Conkling?
The Graphic this afternoon, in an editorial
vcrv complimentary to Conkling, says:
Now if Mr. Conkling should be the Demo
cratic candidate for united States Senator,
has he friends enough among the Republi
cans of the Legislature to secure his elec
tion?
" SYMBOL OF GOOD LUCK.
Au.kn-own (Pa). November — Some
time ago John P. Shadt of this city, sent a
beautifully finished horseshoe to Cleveland,
. bearing the words " Luck to Gov. Cleve
land." The following acknowledgment
was received to-day:
Since the receipt of your present, the contest
ha., been decided in favor of the party which I
represent. 1 shall cive due credit to the horse
shoe lor what has already happened, snail
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t brine success to my efforts to give to III.' people
good government.
INCENDIARISM IN Tin-! SOUTH.
New York, November 13th. — A special
to the 11'"/.''/. concerning a destructive fire
nt Eufaula, Ala., Bays it was most undoubt
edly the work of negroes, and is another
evidence of the dangerous excitement ex- j
isting nulling (his race since the election of
Cleveland. While this state of affairs will
probably die out before bloodshed results,
the situation is far from pleasant. It has
already cost over $1,000,000 in the South,
as exemplified in the Palatka, Fla., and
Eufaula, Ala., conflagrations.
ACTS OF DRUNKEN ROUGHS.
Washington, November llth. — A special
to the Times says: Considerable excite-;
ment has been caused hereby reports of the
tearing down of the stars and stripes by
Richmond rowdies, the stoning of Govern
ment buildings at Frankfort, Kentucky,
i and an attack on Baltimore letter-carriers
by drunken Democrats. Since these occur
rences many explanatory letters have been
received from all the points named, stating
that the perpetrators of the ruffianism were
miserable, drunken roughs, and thai their
acts arc by no means any evidence of a
prevailing sentiment against the flag of tlie
Union. -
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n_i.t_. or Tin: negroes DOWN SOUTH.
J: New York, November 13th. — A special i
[ from Nashville, Term., says: Nearly all
.the negroes in this city, and doubtless
throughout the entire South, seem to think
some aire calamity is going to befall ; them
owing to the defeat of Blame. lie was in
most without exception their candidate,
there being scarcely such a thing as a
Democratic negro, It. is almost pitiable
to observe their dejection. The. Times,
commenting on the above state of things,
says: The Atlanta Constitution and Mem- .
phis Appeal have been doing needlhl and ,
timely service to the Southern negroes by
assuring them that the election of- Cleve
land does not in any way imperil the rights
conferred upon them by the Constitution .
and the laws. The Times adds: If. the
whites of the South have been solid in poli- - ;
tics against the North, the blacks South
have been equally solid against the whites^
and colored Democrats art* at least as rare
in the South as white Republicans.
. DEMOCRATIC . I* ARATaE IN WASHINGTON.
>• Washington, November 13th. — The
Democrats of tins city, and vicinity cele
brated the election of Cleveland and Hen
dricks to-night by a grand torchlight pro
cession. While the procession was passing
through the part of the city in which a. J
: great many negroes reside, a colored men.
standing in a crowd on the sidewalk, with-
I out any provocation, shot into ! the column,
tin* bullet striking a torch ..carer named
[Sullivan in the temple. He fell in the
[ranks, an.l a number of processionists
charged on the crowd of colored men who
w ■;. rounded the man who did, ti.e sliofilili^.
The latter r_n,~ and in the .■• n.i:.-ai < *■-
caned, but was afterwards captured by the
police and locked up.
REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMAN FROM KENTUCKY*
Louisville, November 13th. — The oflicial
returns from the Ninth District show that
Watch (Rep.) is elected to Congress over
Powers (Dem.) by 300 majority.
CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION OF MICHIGAN.
Detroit, November 13th. — The Congress
ional delegation of this State stands seven
Fusionists to four Republicans, a gain of
one for the Fusionists. The Fustonists
lost two and gained three Congressmen,
making the delegation stand us above.
Tin: RESULT IN MICHIGAN.
i" ,i."ii. November 13th. — Sixty-three
counties of Michigan report the net Blame
plurality at 4,007. This includes this
county, which is strongly Democratic.
The remaining seventeen counties will
change this slightly.
Preparing ... Paint the Town Red. —
Information is at hand, from a gentleman -
who is a recipient of an invitation to be
present anti participate, that the citizens of
Colusa county are making elaborate it pa- _
rations to '•paint the town of Colusa red"
on to-morrow evening, the affair being
occasioned by the supposed victory of the
Democracy at the late national election.
The Colusa Democracy have undoubtedly
read in the old book where David said,
"Rejoice, and again 1 say rejoice!" But,
then, it must be remembered that David
was not exhorting Democrats, nor did be
advise rejoicing before the official canvass
was completed. He would have told them
to wait for the latter before starting out on
a town-painting expedition. A gentleman
yesterday, speaking of the proposed dem
onstration, remarked : " Even i*i the event
of the election of Mr. Cleveland, which is
not by any means certain as yet, I would
advise' our Democratic brethren to in- as
unostentatious in their rejoicings as pos
sible, for their success cannot be ascribed to
their own increase of strength, but to loss
of Republican strength by reason of the
Independent and Prohibition vote, If they
do have occasion to celebrate, I suggest that
they lie very careful that they do nothing
to Wing to mind that gory garment, at
which they always appeared to bic.me as
frightened when shaken at them by Repub
licans, as a Spanish bovine at a red hand
kerchief. So, therefore, I would say to
them, ' Don't paint the town red, whatever
you do!*" v^'-.*'
. m _
The office-boy of a Milk street lawyer'
came in Saturday night an.l said he had
just seen a fight in the back office between "
'a rat and a cockroach. " Which licked?"
"Oh. the cockroach beat him all holler
am! drove him into bis hole." "Did he
follow him up ?" " Yes, he tried to, but
the hole was just big enough to let the rat g
through, and when the cockroach came to |
try it he got stuck an.l had to give it up.
—[Boston Globe.
In Cuba, Mexico, and the South *' Amer- 1
ican states. St. Jacobs Oil. the great pain-"";
bauisher, is used with wonderful success.*--:

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