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It was Imperative that tte report should be rendered yesterday It VM itha last day of iha term snd -postponement would invalidate tha- proceedings- and render the entire workof the Grand Jury .void- The jurors re mained in session .from 2 .until after 5 o'clock 7. x but no Judge came. They discussed- the propriety of -fining him for contempt but foond that the Uw gave him a decided advantage over them on the contempt question. -Several other plans for getting even .were considered but not acted upon. At length the jury adjourned until 8 .o'clock in tha evening. when the Judge appeared and made the amende honorable In the way of explanation and excuse. Ths apology wu accepted the report was rendered the .jury was discharged and the Court adjourned. CBAxaxor BBSIDESCB AITD BIOHT TO VOTE. A number of citizens who have changed their residence within Vfew days from one ward to another find it probable that they will b unable to vote TheEegistration Boards or some of them at least hold that they cannot vote in the precincta to which they remore. Section 27 of the amended Registry Uw seems to plainly provide that la such cases the voter may have his name erased from the roll when he formerly UvedJ and. on production of a certificate of -roeh erasure and/ proper testi- -TnonyestabUEb his. right to vote in th pre cinct to which h removes This 'provision it separate and apart from the usual transfer .ot names from one roll to. another. Harvey Brown is we understand about to test this fluestion by applying to one of the District Judges1 for a writ of mandamus to compel favorable action on the part of one of the Enrolling Boards. LABOB ExcsA ei The engagements at the Labor Exchange yesterday were 33 mates and IS females. Of the- males 20 were laborers 4 farm T"1 2 lumbermen and 9 of various occupations. The women were an general servants for the country. The demand for 'labor las been quite urgent during the month of October. Tha total number of persona engaged at the Exchange during' the month was 1,350 men and 460 women. The demand for all classes of 'workmen connected -with house building' so far exceeds the supply that brick layers carpenters plasterers masons snd painters cannot be had to fill country orders except at an advance .on the wages current in this city. The supply of sailors is above the demand. A dozen ships could be supplied with crews without difficulty now. BATTEBIKG-EJUI. The battering-ram which was attached to a derrick In'front of the Clay-street front of -the Railroad House was brought Into operation yesterday and worked with entire success. A single pile or log some thirty-five feet long was swung.- horizontally across the street' suspended from the derrick so that it could -be raised or lowered at .will. With a rope at- each end-it Was easily guided and directed. By the use of this instrument the entire- front wall of the building was knocked down by degrees' without doinf any damage. A great share of the Weight was thus removed snd .workmen were subsequently engaged in placing supports under the timbers. for the purpose of completing in safety the work of tearing down the material of the building. Nrjr Suns. Twd new suits were com menced yesterday in 'the Fifteenth District Court. W. Fiskel and Wertheimer commenced suit against P. J White. Sheriff. They allege that they are the'towners of fifty-eight trunks ol goods wares and merchandise which were on board the ship Ma Eldridyt. J. H. Baker master and J. H. Ooghill Co. consignees which defendant wrongfully took possession of. They ask for judgment for the .restitution of the -goods or for $4,000 an Tcosts. N. Dupern com- mencM suit against .Joseph Cloyes asking judgment 'for f 1,288 04 on three promissory notes and costs of suit. THB XaTUiULtZaTio FBiTOfl. The .examination of Peter Theile on a charge of fraud in procuring naturalization papers -was to have taken place at eleven o'clock 4. K yesterday in the United' States District Court. At that "hour- the defendant was brought into Court but the principal 'witness WilhetnV Schmidt was not present and could not bq found. It was supposed that those who were implicated In the naturalization- frauds which are believed to be extensive had taken means to get the witness out of the way. The case wfll be further investigated this week. TrpoouiTBiCAi. thnps Eureka Typograph ical Union Nof- 31 held their semi-annual election- yesterday afternoon at. their rooms on Washington street. The following named officers were elected for the ensuing term President 'J.W. Scott i First Tice President T. Wl Lockwood Se-oond Tioa President J. M. Hurd Recording Secretary J. Upton Treasurer. Daniel DamreQ Sergeant-at-AnnB James Kenny. Directors C. D. Dunn James Pratt M. Shannon. W. L. Carpenter C. 8. P. Dodge R. .Glenn and J. A. Mahanny. Trustees John Hancock O. B. Turrell and John TimminH. FOUBTH -DISTBIOT CousT. The Fourth District Court met yesterday pursuant to adjournment and disposed of. the following business J. Jaooby vs. Savings and loan Association- Demurrer overruled. J. A. Donahue et aL vs A. Gamble Judgment entered for defendant J. Middleton vs. L. J. Jordan Motion to amend complaint argued and submitted. Defendant's motion to dissolve -in junction .continued till i'oyomber 6th. Gordon Chapman vs. California Bunding and Loan Society Motion for execution denied and stipulation withdrawn. The .bark wbicb has just ansved at this port from the Xorth reports the loss .of 'two whalers the ship "CoriniWaa Captain Lewis of New Bed ford and the ship Boe HinoaiT Captain Hep- plngstona. of Honolulu. Captain' Lewis an his wife arrived In the Active. Part of the crew of the CorinOnan were saved. The ship went ashore on Blossom Shoals August 30th It is reported that she 'afterwards floated and i taken in tow by the ship Q. Howland. A new' bars for the lumber trade "between this port and Pnget Sound is being buflt by Meigs Gawley at Port Madison Puget Sound. She will be the largest Teasel ever built on this coast. Her length of keel Is 175 feet breadth of beam 37 feet depth of hold 14 feet. She will be bull of Puget Sound lumber in the.- most cubstan- tlal manner. She will register about 700 tons and carry about 600 JVM feet of lumber. d TOKnA. Aman named Dsiie yesterday onli chtfg of Uireatening to kifl W L. Booker. British OonsuL He wanted a pa&sport to return ,70. England complained tha everybody treated him with injustice and acte ythpTg1 "g TTn had an enormoua txnrie- knife--oa1- his person when Judge Provinea ordered an examination as to hl sanity. Oopi TT'.Coi r The County Ooart met yes terday at ten o'cleek A. M. at the new room on Post street. Inthecasfrof /.B Snyderys. S. Howard. Judgment was rendered -for plaintiff for restitution ot remise8"for $40droamages and $50 cost Terdenal et at vs. Farley- ndg- ment entered In accordance with the report a the referee. Mellon vs. SUpleton Same or der. Morgenthau vs. Mlchelson Same order. TTJ'IC r-r.rrt Ti 27 'i'r jfoxuLLZTT. There were 85 deaths In. the citylaet week of wtich number 30 were the rasultof small pox.- -Of- the total number. 1 diedatthesev Tal' ospitals.'One death "was tha result of .casualty and one a suicide. The number of the deceased under one-year of age wasll number between the ages of one and five years. 12 otal nmmber nder five years of His SotjtTfliMMhlfiRCKnrQ OJT. After' Uwr I eniocratlaT roeesrion was ov evening one of the delegations passed up Montgomery street on tha.w y home wlth th band playing John iBrown'sbcalyUiesacnolderingrinV the f1 tat his soul goes marching on .Here prow old John Brown ha pot been regarded as ths hero of modern Democracy. -Cdtitial WM sold at sauetica ii or $8,100. and pound two blocks west of thaMU ft 9 Tents snd seats wfl rapidly rareed. The United States 'District "and Circuit Courts have adjourned unttt after the election rorty-hro- persons of foreign birth were naturalized -tor the United States Circuit Court yesterday. 'J 3 Gregory Tale cafled at "our office yesterday In perfect health despite- the. fact that his death was announced in several of the city papers. Tuesday next being" election day. It has been determined not to open the public schools of this dty until Wednesday morning. The San Francisco Gas Company 'has de clared its usual Tuonthly dividend of IX per cent. The Jrtiona sailed from Kew York yesterday with 900 passengers and 875 tons of freight for California. u The sales at the San Francisco Stock and Ex change Board for the week ending on Friday evening amounted to $1,800,0011. The steamship Golden City will go into the Hunter's Point Dry Dock upon her arrival and be caulked and coppered. The Afaraaret Brander for Tahiti from Pnget Sound arrived yesterday with- her crew down with the small pox. Tie office of the Collector of Internal Rev enue has been removed to the basement of the Pacific Insurance Company's building comer of California asd Leidesdorff streets The total receipts of the Police Court for the month of October were $3,05470. or nearly $100 per day. Of this amount. $2,883 70 were for flnea and forfeitures and $171 for fees. The two-story building corner Of Battery and Richmond streets formerly occupied by Rosenstock. Price tt Co. wiQ. be rebuilt with -an Iron front. Ju HaakinSrwaa arrested yesterday on the complaint of Judg Tyler on a charge of assault and battery and alo8 f'chargej of false 1m- KEW8 iB 'iiC- "The demands for duties last week were tl88i-- ffl Oft-ii.- V -i'iii.1 -r.- Then were thirty-four alarms of fire in this dry during the month of .October. E.W-Travers has been awarded by- the naval authorities the contract' for carrying tons of anthracite coal from Mare- Island to Plchilinqu bay. near La Paz at the rate of $18 75 currency per ton. The Savings and Loan Society are. erecting a new building on Clay street- above Montgomery. The style of architecture wfll be somewhat similar to that of 'Murphy Grant Co.'s block .Jit the close of the performance' at the Alhambra Theater last night a lady whose name we could not learn fainted and suffered a succession of fits. She was taken to Kelly's boot store adjoining and thence she waa removed home in a carriage. A hydraulic engine is being' constructed for the purpose of blowing the. organ of .the new Calvary Church. The organist is expected to control the engine by a stop-cock and thus produce the music. Machine music of this character w4H bo something new. In the matter of the proposed change of grade of Sutler street between Cough and Octavia streets it was yesterday ordered n. the. County Court that th motion to vacate former order dismissing' cause for want of prosecution be set for hearing on-the Ipth Instant. Kllm Winter was yesterday granted a decree of divorce from her husband. James W. Winter in the Fourth District Court on the gronndbf adultery. The case of Elizabeth Paul vs. James Paul and that of J. C Layton'vs. Mary A. Layton were submitted. In the case of Emmeline M. Burns vs. M. J. Burns a motion for counsel fees was submitted. The San Francisco Musical Fund Society have elected the following officers for the ensuing year President Alex. Heumann First Vice President Aug. Wettermann Second Vice President John Baumann Secretary George Woodhead Registrar A. A. Muller Treasurer. Ferd Eggers Trustees R A. Junker George Beecamp Henry Kaufman Librarian L. Mundwyler Board of Relief- Fred. Boehme F. A. Stoehr John Mundwyler A. Biedert Chas. Winkler A. H. Beck H. Schreiner. BEPOET OP TIIK BEAM JUDY. The Grand Jury for the October term eame into Court at eight o'clock last evening and presented the following report To the Honorable the County Court of San Francisco County The Grand Jury herewith respectfully present their report. We were impaneled and received our instructions from his Honor Judge McKinstry-on Monday the 19th instant after which we proceeded to the Grand Jury room and organized Mr W J. Campbell being elected Secretary. Ho business being ready for our action or witnesses ta attendance at 'that time we .adjourned to meet the next day when we met and and attended to the business before us and ad journed to meet the .next day. .Wednesday the 21st tost. In consequence of the severe earthquake on the morning of that day and the natural alarm and excitement existing we had no quorum at that time. Learning of-the un safe condition of the Grand Jury room and after two adjournments we met on Monday the 26th instant in -the room' -provided for us in Norton's building on Post street. In con sequence of the change in the location of the Grand Jury room and the officers not knowing at what place to summons witnesses to attend and none being present at. that time we ad journed to meet the next day and have been in session every day since. We have carefully and diligently inquired into all the cases presented to-us nearly all of which we have acted upon. definitely. We have found twenty-six true .bills dlamliwd fourteen cases and laid ever for the next Grand Jury two cases. We have examined eighty three witnesses. Being informed that we were expected to close our labors within the brief period embraced within the 19th and 31st instants in clusive and in consequence of the interruption of our proceedings for severat days from the causes heretofore mentioned we have not been able to give any attention to the examination of any of. our public Institutions and such other matters as usually come under the cog nizance of Grand Juries. We take much pleasure in. saying that Mr. Byrne the District Attorney has been prompl and efficient in the discharge of his duties and has given us all needed and much valuable ad vice and assistance. The officers In attendance have been rrcmpl and punctual in the discharge of- their duties and particularly so in-having witnesses in at tendance at the proper time- for which we tender them our thanks. AD of which is respectfully submitted V v i II y y.irk RTt THE HAttKI5gTTLEB .AFPAIB We gave an account yesterday of an affray between'O/Sviiyieri attorney'snd Constable Harkin8vin which Tyler was. imocked down and badly beaten by the Constablo at his office on Montgomery street above. Jtickson. We learn from JndgeTyler that the affray originated from-the following- ctrcnmsiancesj About the 5th of OctobeiC Conrad Suple a German the client of Judge Tyler.-sned Fritz Tempke in the Justice Court upon promissory note for $200. andatUched the liquors and fixtures of his saloon 816 Pacific street as security. Not wishing to run the saloon. the thlngs.wen taken m the dV" they .Were .attached .by un stable Harklns and pnt in to a small roomjjnder the aide walk the room locked tip and thekq given to HarMus who put it In his pocket anc kept it until the property was sold twenty days after.- Suple paid in advance $10 60 fees anc when the property was sold by Harkins to sat isfy the judgment it brought. $14T all but $44 of which waa retained by yrMn for his fees Upon bring informed of the facts Judge Tyler Informed .bis client that'-the'Constaule's fees charged'were' illegal and proceeded with his client to the office of H TMni to inquire bou it nod Mated to Harkins that Vie" had no rieht to charge $4 a day for twenty days keeper's fees .when the law did not provide for such a charge and especially when heliad the room locked up and tha key in his pocket. Barkins replied that he could charge what he pleased and if Tyler did not Uke.lt he had Tils remedy. After considerable angry discussion Earkins seized Tyler by the beard and. attacked MisTOOZ CTK Csowb. The Democrats last evening piled up a. lot of wood at ihe corner oi California 'sad 'Montgomery 'streets'and star Uoned a nun there to apply the torch when the procession should heave in sight. While the faithful guardian of tha wood pile-was waiting and watchtog ageriy stretching his eyes In the- direction.of Market street/heheard-.the trains' of patrtotio''musia up .the,1 street snd i saw'a'-crowd- of men. -turning' Into .Montgomery street from'Bush. 5 Btreet.with white capes and other political toggery and quick as thought applied tha torch to the pile" The .flames crackedf nnderv ther wood for. second then shot high up la the air and lit up tta B&rroundlnff street with their ruddy 0ow. Iraaglno the gurprtag ot our Jtonocratio Jn& upon seeiag at the head of the supposed Seymourr Guards the manly form-'of Major Stratman who was oxiihls way to Oakland with' the Grant Inriseajles. who had re- eelvedlionors intended for their opponentev meeting of epubUcajar will. be frffi to-mor row-evening to front'of Mont omeryJBlod. This meeting will" of course Tctoee the"cam- plgn ss tho olectlon takes T ace on Tn day. A nBmber of eloquent j akers TTlH be present They Bring Oat their Full Strength and Number Aboat 6,000 All Told-T ry Qnlet tod Orderly No Ulamlnatlons .No Cheers No i irailng of Handkerchiefs No Encouragement No/Nothing. The great Democratic mountain bu labored. General Caznean has issued bis manifesto the stanch and true Democrats have rallied in behalf ofa white man's Government and "the Corners has spoken. The great' Democratic procession the result of weeks of arduous preparation has come and .gone anda great demonstration it was. Tor nearly two weeks the Democratic organs have been stirring up their party supporters the active men bare been urging the necessity of presenting fan ranks the Generals. Colonels and other high officers of the Seymour Guards. Axtell Battalion Oasserly Artillery and what not hare been recruiting for the. coining show Of strength and the result of- their herculean efforts was manifested last night. It was con fidently asserted by leading Democrats that the procession would be. the largest everiWltnessed in this city and that the full-strength of the party would be brought out- and it was calcu lated that the parade of such immense numbers would strike terror into the hearts of the Black Republicans and by convincing them of the superior numerical strength of their opponents -that they could not by any possibility win the great .battle to be- fought at the polls on Toes& next The Democrats turned out In"fuH strength last night and the procession simply aa an exhibition was a creditable affair. The mea marched well behaved well and burned a multitude ef. torches. AVe have' at 'least a dozen ceojnt of i the numbers the very highest of which places them.at ,5 00 and the lowest at 4,908 including men women children and musicians. Host of the counts range from 5,100 to 5,300 and it can be pretty safely set 4own that after .deducting musicians women and. chil dren that there were certainly not over 4 00 voters in the procession. There were scarcely any new transparencies then mottoes as usual relating mostly to niggers and. men. The Democrats last evening had a painful OTaTnpiA of the disrepute into which they had brought themselves through their ruffianly conduct toward the Republican procession. Such a cold and cheerless reception to an im mense political turn out has never been witnessed in San Francisco. All along th route .the Jiouses were .darkened withonly an .illumination here and there from the solitary window pf a bachelor. Democrat Scarcely half a dozen windows'vrere illuminated-on Montgomery street and they were so far apart that they sparkled in the darkness Hk rWill o' the wisps. The cm of. the Ditpatck' made -a 'display of tallow candles and Chinese lanterns and aa the procession passed it their drooping spirits were for the moment sufficiently aroused to enable them to scare up a few weak cheers. At the Mead House on Montgomery street they were cordially received but not until they reached Pacific street and the Barbary Coast did the populace manifest any en- thnsiasmv -Here they' rushed "Out of their abiding-places and encouraged their visitors by-cheering long and loud for Seymour and Blair but with this .exception the cheering was all done in the ranks the spectators.on the sidewalks and streets only responding at some Democratic rendezvous where they had evidently gathered for the purpose. After a while the procession became tired of yelling without being rewarded by a response and marched quietly along without noise like a funeral cortege as if going to bury the Democratic party "by dead of night with their lanterns dimly burning. It only needed the Dead Jlarck vn Saul to make the Illusion complete. After marching solemnly through the city they disbanded and went home too demoralized even to stop at Bascom's. THE1 DEIWCRATK TWWWT. Grand loomy and The Streeia'Bark'aad Dreary The People .Tuna. the Cold Shonder oad -dt. T r "si the-Pr0eeaalonlsts ro-.Thrvn i tlie Xlke Chicken In v Bala- THE NEW DIBECTQBY. Valuable Statistical Information Growth of the Cliy Onr' Pre ent Population Langley's Directory for the fiscal year 1868-9 has been published and we are in receipt of a copy. As a work of reference for information concerning the material progress of San Fran cisco it is the best that can be obtained. The volume of this year is considerably larger than that of the hut and contains a more full and complete compilation of interesting matters valuable to every citizen. The growth of the Directory has kept-pace with that of the city commencing .but a few yean since on a meager volume while now Unmake as Urge a book as many of the Directories of the older cities in the East. A gentleman who returned lately from-a visit to the-East informs'us that the greatest curiosity he could exhibit to his friends there w a a copy of the San Francisco Directory. The Eastern people were surprised at our wonderful growth and perused the Directory which contained evidences of our wealth enterprise and population with an avidity which was surprising to him. They were astonished at the wonderful Eton of valuable information it contained its minutenes of detail its excellent system of compilation and splendid typographical appearance and was pronounced to be in all respects superior to similar works published in Eastern cities. In the prefatory of the present volume the publisher says The evidences of the progress of this city for the past twelve months as presented in this the- tenth volume of the San -Francisco Directory issued by its present proprietor exhibit a condition more prosperous than at any other period of its history. In all the different elements comprising its population and commercial wealth an unusual degree of confidence exists while the near approach of the completion of the Pacific Railroad promises for its future prominent position among the first commercial cities of the .world. The number of references in the present issue is nearly 60,009 of'which' over'63,000' are males over twenty-one yuan of age. These figures indicate an Increase over those of. 186T of thirteen per cent. and over those contained in our issue oi 1864 of nearly forty per cent. The Business Directory contains nearly-18,000 business firms arranged and classified so aa to be of easy reference. The population of San Francisco July 18C8 is estimated at 147,950 of whom 45/XXara-whites tnalo-aad femala pnderthe ages cf .twenty-one and eighteen1 respectively. The females over eighteen are estimated at 30,000. Building erected- during the' year ending June SO 1868 estimated at 975. of which 240 are brict Total number -of buildings Inthe city and counts 18,000. The value of improvements during the' same year is estimated at over $10,000,000 exclusive of $1,500,000 expended on streets and highways. The boaded debt of the city in circulation June 30th last amounted to $4,550,200. In speaking of city improvements the pub lisher says.that''enterpriseinthis flirfyHnti has not beeri 'confined to any one-class' or lint of improvement-it-having--extended alike to dwellings stores places of amusement factor ries wharves- street railroads-and in short to every department of recreation and business. It may further be observed that the character of the material employed in building. as-well as the.style ofarchitecture has been gradually improving' yearly year ever since the founding of the cityuntil -they haveat length attained a grade Land an ejceU lence no wise inferior to those noticeable in the larger towns on the Atlantic seaboard. The Directory contains a list of the more noted buildings with their cost etc a chronological history of'the principal events of last year a full his toryW the public institutions benevolent societies manufactories private universities of learning .the Consolidation ctt'wjtfr TiTnyn mgntg Titrftlrt fOTCA V "officer of the municipal government j election districts Police Department fire alarm boxes Fire Department officers and members etc. Federal and State officers. Courts-"churches military organizations newspapers and,1 in fact every item of inform Uonnecessary in such a work .uau -.i- In looking .over the names we find nearly eleven columns of Smiths of whom 35 are surnamed plain John anil John with a middle initial. Of Browns there are nearly seven columns of whom 28 are-'sarnamed John and from tie varJonslxxnpaiions set opposite their names It is evident that they are not" lug In their graves. Of the -Mcaf there are nearly forty-one columns.- 'McBrida' numbers IS McCabe 32 McCann 33 McCarthy 131. Me. Cartr 43. McDettnott 49. McDonald 126McGin- 70 MeLoughlin 37. McOoppin our city has only one to be thankful for.- -K f Mlx there are only four which augurs badly for the success of U D nccracr an Tuesday. The trees are represented by Ash Bass Beach "Birch Chestnut and Pii r iThe names .prefixed wiUnut-O in the new Directory are regular Jawbreaiers and many of them are remarkable. To the cn- riouarthis porti fi ie'jboofc aloaa l -jre worthy of examination. Tt alsd contains a fine map of the eitr amd county pf San. Francisco. The book is printed by Bacon Co. and compiled Iby Henry.XJi Tjangley andjs a crediUble piece W work ia every/ reepect 'J Eisnoor Prxai. Our thanks are doe H Price JEarthamake. Traasactloo The contiued tremors whtchToccuiwd to" the early part of this W6e did n6tpfcojirMf tend to thfl improvement of real eataU 4 marketable commodity. In fact Mother 'Earth'had for a time so pertiitentlyilnfringed onjthe characteristic B biUty which 1 'conveyed in the words terra Jirma that' the' pubyfl came to' regard her vagaries with"a suspicioniwhlch was unavoidably deterimental to the interests of landed property. The. action so produced lowever was of .a negative rather than a ppsK tlve quality in so far as the market.'though It" has given evidence of dullness. has exhibited no indications of weakness 'SensiblftTpeople know well enough that an occasional visitation such as that which we experienced .recently cannot In any way Interfere with jpur material prosperity that it cannot deprive us of our commercial status or essentially retard.1 our civic advancement. And as such people compose the bulk of our property-holders real estate values though they be by such a calamity spasmodically affected cannot thereby be. depreciated to any Important extent. The business for the past week may be said to have been moderately active at fair prices. At Maurice Dore Co.'s auction saleMast 'Wednesday some building lots sold at values in excess of 'those they would have 'produced before the earthquake and others tt somewhat lower figures. The average however was very fair and certainly gave no indication f a decrease in public confidence 'Among the sales made by private bargain we note one of a lot on day street between PoweUand Stockton streets 26 H feet front by 75 feet -deep for $3,000. and another of a lot. on SVflsbra street. between larkin .and Polk streets. J feet front by 120 feet deep for $1,875. On the first there is only a small cottage and the second is off the grade and unimproved. We/cite these which areby.no means solitary Inrtances because such prices are in adrance- of what the same properties would ve produced at any previous period. The lot on Folsom street was offered to our. knowledge atr 91,750 months ago without finding a purchaser. The transactions in Homestead 'Association shares so far as we have been able to learn have been light "but for the" most part at wen maintained figures. Bay Tiew .Homestead stock holds its own. "We nets' sales of lots in the "San Francisco Homestead Union" tract Pioneer Bace Course at extreme .rates and also sales at fair prices in the Tairmount Homestead University Mound Eureka Pomestead. and Pacific Bcvings and Home stead Association properties. In alt of these last mentioned corporations the lots have been distributed to the shareholder so that the quotations given below among the recorded deeds are for certain spedfio. plots. The saine remark of course applies to ths South 8an Francisco Homestead Association tract in which we note several transactions at fall rates. among them one sale of twenty-four lots to the Land Investment Compcny an organization recently formed for purposes which .its name fully indicates. We understand that prices of real estate in Oakland are very .firm and unaffected by the earthquake. The records for that county show a very fair number of transactions for the past week and as the numerous improvements initiated and in progress become completed investment in property In the "Terminal Metropolis" will be found by no means injudicious. Amosg the more 'notable improvements in that neighborhood is the construction Of a dam across the San Antonio Creek which wfll be the means of forming beautiful little late which we understand is to be named Lake Merritt in honor of the' en terprising projector. The following are among the principal deeds recorded in the County Recorder's office for the week ending 30th instant Sereral water low on the PotreroJfnero. $25,000 Lot 5. block D Railroad Homestead Association MS One-sixth cf 8. E. Pine and Tajlor E. 53.S j87 1,050 8. Brannan. 330 from Fourth 8. W. 23x120. 3 50 Lots 15 and 18 block 4 South San Francieco Homestead Association. 1,000 N. Twe ty-nrst 175 B. Goarrero. E. 23x115. 1,200 Lot 126. fourth purchase F. Homestead Union 1.SOO Fit ty-vara lot 4 block K8 Western Add'n. 8,850 N. EUU. 81 i E. Buchanan E. 25 N 129 W. 1J 8. 30W. H STWU 8. E. EllU and Fillmore 8. 1 J7Hxn 3,000 S. Post. 102 1 1-12 K. Latrana E. 25 10-12x120. 1.J30 Lota la to IS block 28 Fairmount Tract also lots 39 42 Fatrmonnt Homestead AMociatioB S.450 8. W. Second 7S N. W. Townwid W. W. 25x80 i .V 6,000 E. Taylor. 69 N 8 eramemto If 23x30 4,000 Lot 13 block 363 South Bin- Francisco Homestead Aas eiatiOB-.V'ii.irf. 800 Lot 14 block 308 and lot S block 203. in same 1JOO Lot 8 block 238 in sam as last.- r .Xt 0 N. Post 206XW. OcUria W. 24 10-12x120. 1,200 N. W Oetavia and Sacramento N. 1J7 500 N. Sacramento 13TW W. Octana N. 1 3-12 W. to Lagnn 8. M 8-1J E. 275 500 N. E. TehamaTlSO N. Jt JNinth N \T 80x S. E. Mi sion,4i2' 'N. x2S 5 00 8. Union 82W. Powell W. 28x42 subject to a mortgage .ij-.v. w.t.rtj'-.i 1,800 S. Mision. ,43 8. W. Fourth 8. W. 68 9-13 x60. I 24.080 North lot 42 South Baa Franciico Homestead Union S.OOO Lot 6 block 493 Golden City Homestead Association k. 00 Three other lots in same as last 1,600 ti. Bosh. 16434 from Van New Avenue Vf. z7 xuo .T.- Lot 1 block 363 San South Francisco Homestead Association 900 S. Geary 1MH W. Soott W. 40 x57 2,008. O'Karrell 157)i W. Powell W. 40x57 i 7,000 Lot 12. 13 14 15 Gift nupj. 8,000 S. W. Third street TO N. W. Brantaan N W. 36x160 f 18,08ft S. Sacramento. IffirfW. Maeon,8. 7Sx50. 2,100 W. Valencia. 24.5 S. Nineteenth W. 137Kx30 2,800 S. Sutler. 1S7H E. HJQ E. SHinM. 8,800 Lot 1 block N Eureka Homestead Association. 1,900 W. Stockton. 68kN. Bosh TV. 0a48 13 00 W. Pike. 75 7 -12 8. Clay. W. 63 9-12. N. 610-12. W..25..S. 39o5k-12.E. S3 9-12. Block 104 and ijjj Block" io 'wiA'ddition. 20,000 S. Bush. 117 J W. Van If ess- avenue. W. 27Hxl2 also S. W. Whitney A Grove W. 50x150. v.-.sMOO W. Fair Oaks. 123 5- JwenHrthird. 8. Fifty 'lot V block 237' Westeri'AddiV tion. JO.OW Lot V block 247 8. S.Francisco Homestead Association 800 Lots 13 14. block 2bO Mutual Homestead Association 8,000 8. W. Uissien and Lafayette 8. W. 90x176 116,000 E. Capp 90 N. EagfiFN. 39x122) 1,600 Lots 5 and 6 block 28Fainaoont Home J stead Association. .J. 1,400 v i IV 1 A.MAJ N. W. Haightjind Bosbanan W. Willjk. 3,900 Lotsl14o W'M GiftSipJ.-V.i7 75 N. Clary. I20E.Fourth. Jr.7i rt. .S,6SW S 1l'ffif Attr n.1. -a' oo x S.Tyler 1S7MV. Franknn/W. m xKO.i MOD .Lot 1. block- sVTJnirersity M6und Surrey. 1,0 E Powell. 87 8. Lftmbard. 8. SOxHX. -W. tc ktonnr 8. B b. 126-lzil37V Lot 5 block 200 9 and 14 block 205 loft 8 and in block 208 lotsS Hand IS In block 236 lot 7 in block 237 lots 2. S. 4 S 11 and Uinblock241 lotslaadUinbloelc 365 lots J. 4 Hand 11 in block 388 lots 10 and 11 in block 423 in the South San Francisco Homestead Association pur chased. by the Land Investment Com. N. VT. Tailor and OlFarralL N. 623 87 15 )00 Lots S and U block 28 Falrmonat Homestead Association. 1,400 Lots Ji.sz and J3t1block..SOl. Oo dental Homestead Association. l,140 8. Geary 23l iW. Scott W 8lxU7X. 3,000 N. \Tjirktfand TjlerVW.80x70.,2 00 8. E. Harrison 80 W. Second. S. 23 by T 100 7uX B. Fulton 182 B. Polk. E.27MX120. W7J E. Larkin. N. OTarrell. NT 40x91 ft 12. 4.000 UndiTided one-sixth of lot ISO block 81. Central ParkHomestead Association jl 8Z5" Undivided on -f onrth of same a lastrr 78i Lots 6 7 8 lu and 11 in block 12. West End. Mapl 2 XX E. Howard. 120 N. Nineteen thN.-60x22K. 3,201 8. E. Mission. 185 N. E. Eighth N. E. ZOxlu. 3OW 8.E.CIary.lS7XN. E. SixthN. E. 22 ixW. Vf 8. W. Temple and Bryant 8.-ltxlflO.V.-.V'J 3JXX Lota 30 31. 32 and S3. block 294 Haley Tract. 1.6UO The totaL onEiderationTaluaoC deeds-far the weet ending on the SOtb Inrttnt is $419 63 which exhibits r decrease as compared with the preceding week of $213,631- The approach ing election and the consequent Intensity of political excitement have rhad large Bhare.itf producing this result. iBuslness of every de scription Is for the moment enervated by th same causes an enervation in which the re estates-market necessarily J ympathizes."s The aggregate amount advanced en .mortgage for the same' week according' to the recorda..was $170,751 averaging 41-100 of hypothecations P .ffietW sales. j UJttA' 'i\tl v The Montana Helena Poxt has moved Into its new building a three-story stone which cost $10,000 and which it aaya Is tha finest prints Ing office between the Miaaonri river and Call fornia. Good for Montana. f 1.2 Wi Good dry pine wciod 'sells' bi".HeleBa"for five doUars a.cord.i ci. v i -LVt Stage time between Virginia and White Pine v F The Serfeffuar& 'Aays' th ears' commenced carrying frelght nd "passengers to-ArgenU 337 nOeafroia Sacranienta oaTUnrsday Th total shipment of bullion this week from The GonldtCurry Company's main shaf has now. attained fc-depfchctiass f feet and to in very soft ockv Opaa Teaching depUT-of 1,200 feeVsheirlerfelwfflte opened. "f" Th qutrti mffis si yirtlwCla have started upagala. here this evening was the grandest' affair- ever "c cuTrikg' to' Ahuneda" wmty "C/ r f i XE" f ff 'Lttny 'rlTi rtijyfr i posed c the different dubs and citizens of the city and'delegations from :8an Pablo tan. Ijeandro Brooklyn --and 'Ai 1 and 300 Grant Invlncibles from San Frsnciseo.\ 'Pnblla and private houses were generally flhiminated and the dry 1 ablaze with bonfires. -IFeltoa is now speaking to a large and enthusiastic audi ence. t .auriA CLUO October 31st. A-very-hvrge 0d enthnsiaetlc Democratic meeting is being. iold.here to-night Judge Hardy la "speaking o the largest crowd of people ever assembled in this town GBASS VAiirr. October 31st. The" rge8t and best organized political demonstration ever mown' in this county Is now being mada he Democrats. The business portion of the own and private residences are" all ablaze with lights the streets are thronged with people and Lthe 'procession comprises" about l.OQO torches. TOLLS October 31st. The Republi cans had the largest and "most demonstra- ive meeting of the campaign Jiere this even- ng. The greater portion of business booses along the principal streets and many private residences were beautifully illuminated. There was a large' delegation present from OroviDe rho were escorted-by a body of horsemen and ootmen from Marysvilla with torchlights and nnsparendea. -xThen were about f OUT hundred torches in the procession'and the demon stration was a grand affairs The meeting was opened by Mr. Parks and waa followed by Mr loodwin and-J. Eastman.'who acquitted them- i perfect success it was the largest and most enthuslastio meeting of the kind ever held In the Btato of -Nevada The- houses on th principal streets of Gold Hill andtthi city were brilliantly illnminiited. almost without-any ex- oeption. There were 2,170 torches in the- procession which was half an hour passing a givenpointr aWCLU. I8r.lICHW TO.nCB CH Political DemoBstrsUems. iclves very creditably. There was t about one thousand listening to the speeches at the speakert Btand. .The wildest enthusiasm pre- ng5 this evWing proved The Chronicle. The Montana Post says The MOKSIHO CHEOJOCUC is among the most welcome of. onr exchanges 'and Is among the very few which we read because we like it rather than because as a duty of oir prof mien. we sre compelled to Whatever It has to say is said briefly and to the point and its columns ar replete- with interesting1'news items. We are pleased to learn that-although still young it has already proved Itself a Suc cess. OF" Men who are indignant ai the oat-rages perpetrated-by Pemocratio. ruffians on Tgesday and Wednesday nights last can show thiir indignation at the poll on Tuesday. Press Dispatches. European Hews- LOJTDOS October 30th. Mapa. are said to be prepared by order of the French. Govemment and have been issued to show that the Emperor has strictly regarded the frontiers as laid down in treaties with neighboring powers. It is inferred that this explanation Is T" i1t to cover the Emperor's abandoment of a war policy. Two scientific expeditions to the-North Pole are now preparing one at Bremeni under Peterson and the other at Havre -under Lambert. October 30th. It 13 estimated that the deficit inXhe revenue this year win reach 60,000,000. The -Spanish Government will raise a loan of 100,000,000 crowns at six per cent interest. OAKLAXD DEHOSSTRATIOJf. The Republicans' of "Oakland got up an enthusiastic Union demonstration last jivening consisting of a torchlight procession and a grand mass meeting. Some 250 of the Grant Invincible left this city in their uniforms accompanied by abandof music at six o'clock in the evening to takepartjlnthe exercises of the occasion. The .procession was a brilliant affair. There were over 1,500 persons In .the ranks some sixty of whom were mounted and a number of ladles' and gentlemen were. In carriages. The houses generally along .the line of the procession were illuminated and. the utmost enthusiasm prevailed among" both spectators and participants. The meeting was a large one. J. W. DwineQe was called to the chair and addresses were delivered by h and John -B. Felton. The Grant Invlncibles returned to the city about midnight. While going over on the boat two men in their ranks. with uniforms on revealed the- fact that they were Democrats by cheering for Seymour and Blair. They had intended to participate In the Democratic procession in this city and .did not know but that .Congress Hall was a Democratic rendezvous. They were .surprised to learn that they were in the wrong crowd and surrendered their regalia cheerfully when re quested to do so. The Democratic .procession here should in equity be credited with two more men th n the actual count would indicate. BEUOIOC8 KOTICES. The following religious services will be held to day Methodist Episcopal Church South-on Minna street between Fourth and Fifth. Kev Jesse Wood paster. Preaching at 11 A. K. and7 P.M. Sunday School at 12) f H. Clan meeting at s A.M. Central Methodist Episcopal Chnreh"Ml ion street between Sixth and Seventh. Kev. Robert Bentley. pastor. Preaching mominc at 11 A M. and evening at 1)4 f. M. Subject of the eveniaf'a disoourseP' The Ckrist oftheGospel. iiiiJ jpi Howard Presbylertan'Cau'rchTon Mission street. near Third. -Bey Dr. Scudder wiil preach in the morning and In. the evening will deliver- his Eleventh Lecture on the Parables. Subject "ToeTerymaBapenijy/ First Baptist Church Washingion street. -Bev. Dr. Thomas pa tor wiQ preach at 11 A. H. sad 7 f P.M. Second-Baptist Church Fifth street Elder Jacob Knapp will preach al 11 A. 1O Rev. S. D. Simonds will preach in the hall of the Young Men's Christian- Association' Satter street at i o'clock farth afternoon-sad 7& in the' St. Luke's "Church EpUcbpilPaciflo. street near Polk street. -Seata Free. Dirine sorrice at 11 A. it. and half-past 7 E.M Sunday School immediately after the. morning serrios. .Prayers every Fnday evening at half-past 7 P. -M. Ee 10 Barstow offlciatia minister jUl areinTted 1 to attend.1 SQTJCES. Coons's BXLM. Though ii may not be in. faQible.it wiUetand'th test with any other inglA compound in the .wodd-iand.oughtobO In the possession of every family traveler mariner and boatman j Tour own experience Is ths best testimony JLhat can be had in refer ence to it therefore prove It for yourself- for it U a remedy to .beat hand for .every time of need and Is emphatically tho people's medl- Freefromgrit or mercury it is unrivaled-for'polSiig gpld sflver plate or jewelry. It lisa cleanses glass BrU tannia or tin and every other -kind of metal where a brilliant luster is' desired. This Sill con neither scratches oxydlzes. nor -stains M Is harmless it is superior to any other polishing material now in use. 4r A Posmvx TBUTH thatthftWhitaTine Com pound Is ssA and reliable remedy for. the cure of .throat and long dlfflcultieB ani' idney troubles. Certificates of .the very best j character are being constantly received attesting strongly in 4ts favor. -a Hostetter fimith Co. -whole-sale agents. politics but we Insist that every one' should be ccmiforUbla by wearing the'shirts and drawers from the Pacifio Woolen MiUs at Phippsflen' niken Kromer's 724 and 728" Montgomery street. 't.v i THOSI- elegant gomery street sre crowded daflywilh pSsons anilons to bbtab spclm as ot 4ho e beautiful photographs for which .he received the. JTETT PBDCUM at both the late Fairs Dr.'E Coopert Universal Magnetic Bato is the best remedy ever known for'fever and ague nervous restiessness corns chilbUins.-poiBon- ,4 t caat injure the value of thoea pure drugs of ChasE .Hinekley Oo.'s. at No. 1. SPXOCJLCLZS J their adaptation to the various conditions of sight Is my specialty. O-MttHer Optician aeSKuM Block. SPECIAL IMOTICgS K o 1VLASS MEETING 'i "r r" j JB C'J-'Jf j s rr- x fc' 'pHE tTinoisr 'BEPUBUCAiri CAMPAIGJSFwineloseon MONDlT "MGHT" ij 4 .mftVGiaadll tfiiS iel 'ij V -X rs. wfll be present and addres the People i HoifrKaSwxia JEKToirr- HON. J.8. eABFIEL.D -i- -i .J' nov. CHAS. HOST. A. HOST. n. p. itorxrxs HON. MOK nonr.-j. e HOX. -j- r. CEOBOE CV- K KIT AIT. nox. nox. HOW. noyr. A p. OEV. O U. liA. OKAXGE HON. P. M. SMITH HOJT. X. J HOJC. irojur y c. B..BESIO HOH. HOJff. O O. IXOK. 3C M. HOX. K. M. BKIGGS. HON. n. ccioinrGS UOX. 1EOKGK "W W SO- Let every Union Man- turn out and close the Campaign with a note of Victory. By order. JAMES OTIS. Chairman. AUBED BABSTOW. Secretary. oJl-2t Union Eeputlican Nominations. Far President For Vice JPrealdeat for Presidential Ie tora B. TEI/rOBr..i.of BlnFnneiaeo QEX. O. H. ZJL OHASOE..Mt Alameda D.-"B. HOPFMJLST. .of San Diego OES. A. BEDPfOTO JT. if Sacramento CHAS. TVXSTMOKiaLAJITXof Bnmboldt Alternatc'Bectara. C. A. TWEED. .of Placer IXiTJIS jBtpSS. of SanFrandBco JAMES Hl McJt Aim. of Sonoma JUDGE O-i TV. OnrjJEIK..of San Francisco \VAX.TKK.VA3T DYKE. of San Francisco For Congress First District FRANK M.-PIXIiEir,6fSM.Jranclsco REPUBLICAN CITY AND COUNTY NOMIHA- T1BSS. C&IcrorPollec r. Collector A. A. 1VQ1JTJIEK11ACJK. Snp rintend nt of StrtteU "ic&natY City and Co unit PnkU Administrator -TVEVT H. igf .T.TTB --'vC -ff iti-r'a Fire .Conunlslsos r Third SHKADEK FirthTfVaril.tBK. J. JI B. STIXUIAX Sixth Ward.\VTr.T T A M H K3TIOHX .Dr. W. C. AJfOEXjti IeventhTVard..t7r..Br.E. THOMAS Twelfth TVard..n-ErK-r F. STTTESS NATIONAL U tf 1 0 N' REPUBLICAN A. A. LOUDERBACK. .1 a-v- i. v -.o6N. DIARIES FOR 1868. A' TDX2. AO COMPLETE jASSOBTMEST if BUrle Tor lJB 9iof very desirabla pattenia cbntainiaf much nsefol. inf onaatiott Corneg Sacramento.- THE..BE8T for ToVehHghtfimrpc4er'ever-1 offere 1)Us coast. y- CKAJTITA fe CO. .OrannaC Hos.lUf and SU Front street V-- WP' r.----- .a"- "J FOB oath dpf -dfestnut iBtnet between Masoaand Taylor contains twlr roome JBi in good erder s/ie M ft.-11 in. bfmx t prfceV&SM .MADISOK BUEkESoct price fW W FOR SALE Pa 5-Houeej "lot on j northwest corner of Turk and Fillmorel street known as the San FraaeUoo Lann-J dry contains twenty rooms in rood -order be sold subject- to a lease of'-fira years at- a monthly rent of Paw 55 House and lot o j south aid of Shipley st between Serenth and Eighth t con tains -twelre rooms wiil J produce a rental of $40 per .month size. S price 899. MADlSO Btn B CO. FOR BALE Pat 55- Lot on aouthsSdsof Natoma steMt between Eighth and Ninth si e M oy M price Bl.UO. CO FOE. SALE Lar 'lot on southeastt eorwr ef Twurty-toarth ndV Oblumbia strMts joa FOR 8ALE--Pa W-Housa and 4 on" north side of Fulten street between Octa. 00. TOO. SALE--Paffe M- Houae' aid' lot MJ" north side of Antonio street.- between Jane and XwvmwQrthy-'BlU aad OFar-l relL' streets contains four -roomsr sia FOR S ALE-Pairfrc--Lot'on siuth tiie of lis street FOR west aid of Gilbert street etweea-Bran. t ttigL f dpi FOR SALE Page O House and "Lot OB. san Bruno road west side south of Golden City Hotel sUeiJSxir o -i JU FOtt BALE PagVjSft-Three new two- story and basement Building on the west side ot Larkin street between' Clay- and Sacramento ea h house contain seven i bath patent closets and all vodern lmirovw- menis prodacinc a rental et 911 per month caabexaada to pay witivalttl nUay 4 W month street craded aad. sidewalksdi sis of- lot 40x100 .ar rv FOB 8 ALE -PatV JI-Houssi' and Lot 'nortt aide ef Jessie street near' Witt j contain tm t vw 'r -t FOB SALE Pan CBS-Lot north'aid Turk Vfebiter and FOB HALK-iPir W New HoutV aj Lot on northsid of Howard street between Eleventh- p o4. .Twelfth -ooatams even rooms and bath all modernim FOBSALE the north side of AUea steaev of Hyde.between Union and d Lotonjj f eetirsct rt ata. BCKKE Jk CO. .FOB-SALE Page House and Lot on. south aid of Clementina street near Eighth contains five rooms hard finished .IK inatde bunds marble mantels and everything fine order jsiie,25x75 price f2,80 ia Cot the corner of Geary and Derisadero streeta and macadamized site KifO price FOB SALE Paw S3 Larn lot on' sorrtheait comer of Eddy ana Broderick streets titl per- Ellis street between Tjrnns and Buchanan runback to a small street traded and-Baaead- sell No. lt Moatgomery street. ICREAT FOR HAVE PUWDBBDS' and Plans for every description ef Bnild- iog either single or in imra. etc.- ParticuUr attention paid to tha erection of --j- .t FIRST CUSS' BUILB1N6S i -is-Either Brict or Frama. SatisfacUon-guartn- teexL Call and UB.V -"cr jf2 3 4 Mantzomeryct. third roR &AC EST FINE Land in Solaao countjr. qon JAt\f j mlllj. 4U UfJiPIIV tAJUJUtXt miles of SilTeyville to be sold cheap. ilnqmir of WOOD PUTNAM. No.729 Montcomery street 8. W. cor. of Montgomery and Jackson. Booms Hand ity. COLD Of -tfie --aiff -"Si. fialesrooiH'fai 'eonnecttoa with thetr Factory' are ready to fuTnish'tha pnb Bo with Snverware either ready bad or mad U aALEi OB RETAIC Our facttU at WS IB eonpet irlUx any oa in our h ae her or- lMwher and w f anai satUf action both ta price and juaUtr. .lA"-- ts arAOTORY' AND SALBSfiOOSf. -v j.i 81O .On Wheel and B 4 Plate .t. nPHESE ENOUnES ARE THE BS8TCTTTSZ JL od challenge oompetitioa iafficiencr orc pricey. Three to forty hon power. Thi lmpUmentfaHy meets the dinasnci of th Fanners ombininiuw praoUoal poinU of l sinit liicit7i -tfurabEjty..aB ils'aTA twelve bushels dJ 6rape per hour raid man mak tbree barrels GtAer or Mf g iWtoe per day Always ready to rajSe a of.CHder in a f w momenta. JJreij ahomld have one. Price 9K- 4. or cart with rreat facilitr A sav B/of f ofe- As of the 1 of the Seed used in1 haad-eowinff-HIIBHleW using these machine A persoiTe3l WESJI tosoVing by hand can inse either iil TwMand U wm sowj i MM'j r hgnrttiiruwlBg Wflfatyyhy Metinifc .yaes.y p. being Qi storfert eheSyest ai T&i'TesBUut process of sowing drate taow .i gi 1' e- r If 't 'l. .Il. \,1 Co. Ir N 'W n- t .I'.I E ,111-1' --i.t v- WARE. 'u 'mw01UJ. to Ji 010.- e b tweeD' II :0' j c o i c 'i Jj 'i g' t .r.6 m "j'"i" --'vovEJrJiEB. A.Y 71i.1868. r.Ocil. .T.G A m"i.xD -mjtnKJL- 1 .i f ln uW"ltiWarki.Dd.P bl1 4 20' J..X r 'i tl1our. 1bo l .4ie'f&I1ed tonade.ll1uppear 'be -eaterday..ll dayof th bneakm..trom2.tmtn .J' for'eontempt 4 tap'over ontho'.cont mptq1i U eTen.were .1idel'edo'.bu&DOt .A&.length. "JT1rTJodJourDe41U1W thaevenIng. II' the.W&r apolog"WU.acOepted ComhdJ0ume4. r CK Dnmm.TOYan- wbohanchanged.their Q w1ih f W aJ8-fi.omon p 'Cil able be ne 8 me bolcUba\ thCTI'e1DOIfe Pla1n1711roT1d. e.thd ta.GCh J1Te4aD4 eruur8'-&D4I M&Wab.J1Wrfgb toTOte.in .thlpn. lie and. troDithejmlal' OZ18rol1.toaDOtber. U D. awritotmandamus toeompel ot0D8 roWniDoarda. ExOB.Uln--- Er/"i"ge:1esterd&r' sI'ma1/a&nd Ot.th hands.I vart 118 Th allgmera.l ege a U Eged't montw 1 a .Te demd 'wke ctmected sO. ar- I ceec1e .t@PeDtmt-pla8teerl te1'I canDotbe ce .0DthowageaCtirfent i' TJ B4'1'TEJ1IlfG-1Wr.-Th ttad eC1 Qa1"Uee&trol of.1J Ri.nroad House. B th1rty-11ve..tee IWIUIgihoriJWntan7 uspeudecHl'Im.th eaail useot knocked.clown b7degree. doing-any be and. war. tmen'were'subsequeut1r .P g uppo StJITII.-Twd 7 ta-daysU .P..J. whlte.SherUr. wares'anel the8h1p 'WrOngtuDrtook and"oosts. f LIZu'rofFJUtmS.-.I'he F ter Th i1 ngna OD papen.wa ve at'e1eTeD 4. X. UnUed'St&tesDtstric\Oourt.At principal'witness. n naturaliza.UoD.tr&uds.-which extensfve'had WIJ.The Eare Union..1021.1elel' electiOD'"e rat&ernooD hngtonstreet. fonowiitgnamed the. w kwood nd i Dfrect.ora-C.D. H cock F U1lTH.i Comrr.-The y dlspo ed Gamb1e-JQdgment Xidd1 on L.J. M tion motfonto s'ovemherlitb.JGordon Society-Motion 0- 'W cti e. .thJporttrom c1 ea.of wbalers-the -C Capt&ln"Lew1s fOM&nel and In'Uli\ aewof C The8h1p W'eIlhsh0r8 D'Blosaom. S W1I8 1fzW .V zt--A bark' lum de'1)etWeeD. thieportand So is.bei :1g b.lIeigs sodi6M' 8ouDd.8h&wi1lbe kee1.1 'feet. oL.Puget wi1lze &b ut 800,000 TmW.rDIXGTOXJir. f1 c 1ci BritiBh.Oonsul. retum.-4a gJand comp1a1Dedthat e d IilJw ticeand acled as deranged.Ie an..en rm bo1rfe.knit t.bia .nmhII Uon. h1&san1tr'- 001nft'E yea. kno'cJeek..4. Ve. htreet. In ui 'c iR.'snyd va. fL' Howard. Ju ent""rend or. fcrr r U s' .at.T Fark7.Judg. en of releree.YeUon'VSStapletoD-S&me .lIichelsoD-Same o 'C "f .11" 5 k .T ih wer s f diJ' JaH' wCck. .owlIJcbnumbe Wei-e. JID1&11poL.Of"'th&t died aUhneTeral f1CjlpitalS. One 4e&th.w eama1 OD8.a'su1dae. wu u DumberbehreeD. 'tOtal 1IDder-1tve 7tU8.of ace..2S. Bo lG iJ 't-v. r.--.u DemoQ.auo .p D. yer1i. oDe f c 'upIlODtgomC2',7 the. .t.lte 'P.JiDg. .JQJmBzoWll. \1JU xr o1dmul izi.the. gra h1I8OUl'goeII QD. SOfore o1d.JohnBn7Wnhu'JlotlaoearcpdadU 'i' r 8wf 'i TJ J&T 'c --1014 a toD dcJoCk 't dar. t1i JleiodWita" Eich&np i8h 'w Iarehased bT Eorbes Brothers Co for u Ce atitJl-.vu buiU-ta LondoniD 1&31" 6b.8' anM. In. thlI. eitr 'on. 'on the- .12th. O. fcba. t Juner. S restateraf01 ii ii 'JIiatdl Of euO wm1l P1a7 c b tW the' ,1'1OD sLGe riei lCriC i iU"th 1 1 thaJrlfJIIOIICh1U'Ch h1Ol1l1-dDg AO"'JC' i-downata \7-.JIJoc .TeDtI&D4 eata.wiUbe1mld d tor Y2)o maT. Yim 1t1t11e. Qe contest. c S j iI t ify1 I. Ii 4 t d C' f C1utiee'la t YC rdl88 :1 2'll J J L .thIrt7-fOl:1l".al d Q J "gstlu 6- ONNJ t. 'The" uDIt 4"s 1 QnJrta'han until' F OtHareIgD wer Uni 7 fi' x' 'a .Gre&ozT'yare'c&1led &tcn despU&t.hetact h1Ideath trpaperB. TUesdar'neit 1 I -\'i 1a m ei. 'GUComp&n-'haadeo .m 1 p L I01I4.wiec1 York'eSter for. weeJtendiDg $1,800 City.will Hunter.FoIn\ J r'J' a.unooand lJrtmderforTabiti yeaterdaywith- mallpox. Tlieoftlc InltU'lDoeCompanJ'a ta. rec ipta foz\he $3.OM 70. torfe1tureB.and $111for Thetwost r7 oOnier B reb f1t 1roJiA'ont. aiTuted'1esterda7 of'.Tudga'17ler f &ndb&tterT of'fl188 'prIJQTII'1 t. .c. .E.'W Travers b eD. b7-thena- t' CArT'Jfng4QO- fromll&re. Ialandto 1 I'uat 1gSand 'a Cla7atree1. i&eeturew1ll e th 'we leani. bT" lac.btnemus1c chara D 1I' th pfo i eJterd& i. Ule former'OJ'der l &mea Com..on 4 tery. F.Jhabethl'aul J. C. La 'Vs4Hary 'Werelltlbmitted.In theease M.J. FnPl o 1I118 ca1 ve BegisUar.A. Trwteea-R. R F.A.8toehr. term.eame GrancI.Jurr lI W. ur. time. 'we thenen day..Wedile8da7 0 he up. m t Honda Fost.street. ons Olle .at-thAt to .118. de1h tel7. ill mi" l an erat any..attention 1n.lI&J lg.thatlr. an much'valuable ad offi er io mp\ th ir and'p 1D.havingntDesse at. n &he..proper tor--which them.our-thank& re 'DAVID'\fF. K 1 IfT rem n IUn S'.TYLER Y betweeJr rw ao i. eI Con&ta le w.h.i T1 was.iOCk d CoDsta 'OD "oo-v.e..J..ebon. Ju 1glJ J r' itfi 1 4' ton fr the' th f O tobq tho.l1itlee. Oourt.upon a 'promiasor-noW. 1.iquoraanel. ture. .1161'a 'arit1 th1i1gII on.the .w "att.checU'7 &l1Q Into smalll'OOm.l Ddet aidowaIk. ioQm.1ocked the kq and. WaalOleltwenty $1060 and propertJ'wusoldb1.Harkin. 1att.the J enLit brougbt.UT&ll bT1Iar Into oUhe &cUJudge tha\tbe' Constaule'8 charge4'Were'1Uegal Barkina .iDquireabOlIt it t'l'b I DO'ri&h\ did..no for.8Uch he 'had. et. t T7lerdf4-DQUike.U ho11&nl11 e Da1deJ'able..an hIm. u. Irroot-mJ .last' liPJOt .Y dhe eemer. of Calit mla D4'HODtgomeri" a c ODed. toapplJ'ihe W a1iODid'be T twhne h8 tbtu1 woodJ andwatcbiD'agmT'atr tchiDJr.h1I. th8d Uo Qf -.tree& he.hear4. the. I -up.UUtstreet aolo.'ezowd 'of'men. atzxd'tromC'JhwUstreet 1rtU1 rU.calc.toggerraDeI &oreb.to-thepUe theJ'wood JeCOJid.-theJ upb\ Utup atrotSYith' thelnudJ7glowi Im j' p" J I. eefq. a&.thehead of. 1m. po posedS ymourGuarda .the. manlT'forzn" of S ho'.QDh1a rith.theGrant.1Imaclble .who.had ref iu1vedbqnOI1lIntenc1 d .CIPPQI1 j ti if i L tJ. bU in7b bel ri. S ibo'd ction' laee' 'OD' iA D Clf.dOquen'tpt es"m 'p t 0- "f 'J. c. y -'i Z. fo O tt l'1j t lEM CI ATl fJU N UT. i t A Ol00IlQ' UUIP DJI .tft fa' rk" PeopJe'Jara. ae'.I 1tiao Tori" i i I .t.BaIA -"b Ii h118tr'ugth o.UiOOO 7old-VtlT' Iei. acI Orderll-'No.ni tiODl'.NO heen-No o JluC kerchlefB- eDt-'N 'N .i. t iDhaa 8 Dem ts-'h&vJ rallied whiteman' GoTerDment.and the Thegi-e f ngup neeeasit.ot and'otb t.heresult Uwu fulI- trengtk hTconviDclng'them.ot n'uume11ea1 oUhe the"COUld an emocrtktarned' e on 'WU. w ofthe i .500 .90S.lncluding menwomen'eh11dren iIQ,4own women drenthat earceI Jes. moBt1rtonJggera and.Chin& them theirruflanl7 nenrbeeD the th dar 1IiUl. Dl7an soU Qfa bachelor.pemocnt. Scarcelyl 'W1n4o'W8 .were"illumlDated.'On the7lparlted tbe-dartt1eu Ji1tr..wm o f. de. proc BSion i 'HeretheY' by. for'SeJDlOUI' eheeriD ranks---the. OD f I .PJI C QRY. Cti.y-ODr' the1l As" rerere f th best'thAt of. coDBfderabl7larger kept 'Pace it from- a' vlaiUo the 'East us W'a8 ofUle' rectory-which populaUon-with h infonna on contaln i "of s workspubliahedin volumethopublfsher' b hlatory"In PacU1cRa1Jlooad 'usue averi3OOO'are"maJe tweiltr-one.YNIlI of.l86T of Tho"'Busine88 D oDtaluBnear1Jo-18.ooo and..clas i1I.edso .July.I8 o wh 1n .5.000 are.WbiteeimaIe aad-'f j l t"l re f 1 BuUdinperecte.1. duriDgthe'rear co tL The..Ta1ue provemeDts'dming j ODJtreets th Dt fthe--pub- says. t .enterppein.t.hfl ed one clasa'- f improyement-f\- haTtn8' of. riee'wbarve well im rovtng"7 b7 Since. f g of. city'"UDt.n. l' ha .t'l DgthatqiDth.grad .ndan n D with.their .co not Ul& clpal ev ts atullh eties. manutact rles.prlvat 1mtre B1tie. 1p .tug. Act.vUb-m""m..nq l' rca tri ts. anc1member1l.etc. mi11taz'7organimt10111 lDtormat1cm. neeeuarrln awork. .1ookingjTer i- aamedplaJDJohD. iohI1'with nearly.men of..hem' .John. traDt.e -ntImta CeUp Dol .Of. the.Jlcar.ther8al"\ f 'KcBrlde'numberB 15. 33i j3.JlcI lt niD 21 Hc9-uiN 871..1r'.nn. LaughJ.b1 'ZO. GLouih11D2'1 1IcCopplD-our. eitrhu .of:1 f. t.be. onTuesaf.y 4byAahB PlDe..r5The.IWDeJ 1 neai'I7.J1t1 en L'\ of thnwnes miaftToftbem .Tothecu. llS 1G totjl1 wea theeiQ- I. 01lD. f7.PI.San o B&cOD.- fle4b7 PJee 'of'lIrDrklD. t. .J'az'g 15. .tC1' raakm I'&pa'IJ. ex. lt:1 r2 1 the .Earth. i 'La-Week rj ufrr. l "j rhlch this'"di4' rw q 1 to.i ofreahstat. 1Ii. di th x 'fer d0J .Jthe tic ata tr" Id.n tCODU1 d. IemJftnI4. with actimV O PrOciJced. however. I.egats .p th8miii ttJ it given..evidence eluJlnea.'b h1b te4 tndca s 8eI i .tn a1Sit on. l. D y. W&1lnterfere 1Um u t.enn- t Pro .boJders m&7.be'.said Co.'s.auC\ion.ealer1a t' lota.aold..At 'nJ ea' of'tbose wouldhaV8 'Am bargaIn.we 0t8 one s ta.- feeUront 7Ueet ofa onJoli m Polk.atreeta..4-'Z $1,8'15..01 onl.1" small. cottaPrand tl8ltconilfa 1r 'Wet cite are 7. no 'me&DllIOUtar7 JD cause'such adranca.of.hatthe' same.propertiea ha'teproduce .At.anr loton'F01 om 11.'l beenUght. buUor.the' atWen D San atextreme..rates. fC at. ad" aUof.these last'mentioned e havebeen Ulat.the UlODg'tJuj 4 'plota tract-m tra whicht o very.11rm 'I'hereeords Wl oou. pleted. i'I'Operty.1D' bjno Amo lg thcfmore'n table "Lake Merritt.1n en. prtn tpGl Jotl'oD'the Potlero NueVo. 113 05. Twe.tJ-ftrat. Gaene .E. I p s. J Fif.tJ' yara 4 2'I6Wemrn 87) N.I2Q. 12,1 30 W. 12" S. 110.- 1,400 n1 x1l. La aua. i 4'l Homea 4:50 15N. T&7lor.69N S.enme.to\.N. U. DAD"J.l'raaeiaco AlMC 1" 1 600 POlltb206 W ct4VU1 U1 x Ir. W.Oct&ria.N.148 12 W.to 2.&To6 TehaD1a UO N..E. NW8Ix 24\ -.i 1)5O Milllliou 412" N. E. Fifth. i. E. 5aO 82W. Po..eUrW. to" mort :0. 'f N to .I 6. 493 Wlh 164 V&l1lf veuue. x.Ji IfiO k' 3638&D i il lr 4Iirl1) .HO J57 tOrl7) 13 14 Qihmap c.- iON. eiitD ii2 .iv. i.i& mJ Xi X tt Sutter.lTli 2Uxln .3 .1 St ck n. 68 WoIIOZ-l6. um \fcl. W.68 610 -1l. W. 25. S. 39 O -12.- Eo 1li9-l2. B k1 4 d 'Ii .ii .i i4.\WJdditi D M BUSJ.l Ir..a Ness-avenue' IW S O. 6,000 1f I1tr-thIrd 117 1,000 Fi tJ-vara lot I m. Weatera Add obf cii 8 .8 e15 iiOm d. 13,14. 2jO.Jbtuat'.lIomelltead A an .Ptte. E.CaPP. E O''N 2 6 28. J' Lo 90. 8. 1/ Bo Uaion. -'o a.m. w. V41enoia'uoN E d1teentllt j W. f..t I1U..I0. E.471I :12. 2.000 h B.ehaJwa..Wo 8 p iI Lota 1,466U67. 468Gihmapl. 4.5 CI1ll71120E..Iourth..N.'i "J,2.6- Block 4'l1. Westen l. :20,300. w. Vleb 202-12 S .1'Y -fo.-t' 8. 25 4-lhlo .s 640 W Chattanooga 6-18. Pa.rt 85xlOO. t 'roo S. Tyler..IS W. Frauklfn. W.ln .LoU. blOClS Ul venit7 X UIld .1,000 E. Powell.87J.c rd. Ma:87 tJ .22iO .W.Stockton,1J'1- 8Bu..B.ltS-1hIr. .8QO 5. t Iota 11 5 6.4aaa. i 4. m blockUI'lotllla.ndlllinbl ek' Ii 1Id l'ii:1 blockssa BouthSan' co (1Iur. 1Il' FfeYJt. in iii i jif 2 'I NoW. TQl r I" ,15,000 Jfairmountl m87. AIItIOCI&lioIlp. Lotl31..n DJock. .O e1JieIlta1 .j' t. 40 Ge .23I .W. IIlxU7 W J..ar1 D and ler. N. x10. aroo s.W. .25 s.IW it 't'8i.\j il. .2t i20. Im Larkin\ 81) 1 ,000. 4 A latio lS' ofourth 8laatm 6 7.8 blocltl2. I. 2100 'l' xl h 3 Eich ooo 8. E. CI&I'7 tr. N. Sin1 'IO 8 1411xJOOl. i" Lota30. on..valuaot..c1eeda.t r tJ1ewoek outhe IOtli'lUt&Dt a-deereue. poUtJcalexciteroenthaT enenatedbJ the real eBtat "ne ad 1'A reCmd waa $110 1 1. 1OO otJ1 n. e8J iJJ .j OV1l'B'TJIB XOm.uNS. r .1 -.u. i' 'v if' TheH nbna"HeleD rP c D1OTediDto ItaDewn wh1chCO f' beBtpriD. b lfiIIomiriyu fornia.-.Good W i O 1drYp w o iIel Ut rAv tJ. -.f-J 8 hisbehreenYJi'gIDia'aDdWbJt 1' Mt1 f 1'i'C \r "The:3 tu' e&N'c0mmenee4. i.ai81DJ e "r 1 'i. The totalahipm 1na1UoD.thlJ weektmn. F" 1 1. P. I za. Goul4'CarrrOamP&I1T' ma1Dah hUnowiattJ"ine4 f-eetabd.ta TeJ780ftroek i I& Ut.Of. fee.&De1fle lwm Tb8- IiKa .up. apJ j'- it o c. C" j i'tnV-f"7 -1 t 'nL. t i uu y 1. lD."OctDber TIa -'Bepi1b11cim ODheriiW. wa.tb Sr of..theif the. T de1ega&1ODStrom.San:1'ahlo 'ADd.'Alameda anl8O IJmI1 c1blea J'ranc1aeo.\lPubJi houseawere citrJa DOly .taj en u 1aat1c.au I 1' .B.uru. .ci.tu. Mat.-- ftrr IArCe aDd ent.h oomeeting 1a'beini. to-nigbL.Jndge'HardrIl" to Intbi.lto" GB.LU'VnLft'Odober- The"argelt PoUti 1 emonStr on v r. bow dnthJ cOuUt-18 .1l0W ade'br- J town allablue 8treetaare throJl 'wihpeople oomPr1se."about'.l.000 e. BeP bU- 'cansbad the' :1argest.and-m08faem n ka- 'fe tlngotthe palgIUie eTen' g altmgthe beautituDy'WmniDated deJeg&UoDpresent' e. withtorcbUgbta transparencieL..The were'&bout four on&Dd agranda1ra1r 1Deetlngwu opened.bT bT1Ir. 'and 1a tman who selYes'verr ctecU I'hew.1n8 .a ut. on g.f ymoi1m.m8T.1" 1)n t. 1ie mbUc&n" e "L. a. of.2levada. the dpal.atreeta Gold..Hm.imd tbIa-.cit t1mmf .ted. almoBtwiihous-ariyex t ion'ln'Wt ch &D e.ven.po Lib8 .TJ h.io cle. Montanl.P08' ari1oDgtl1e IJ1 st amOli'g'tJ1o 'We'read -we. as. ovprofe 'WhateTer11.hu'to are. rep eWwith. intereatiDt' ne" that'A1th JUgh haa'aJrea yproved a'liuc- ii1dignantattheout- J 011 I1 8htll'l&8t the iIldigI .tf. n ila.s "IJr.EJr.zG""A .S. 'rom ASllod -MaPit re'wd Frencb.Goyernment. t th haastrictJr1'egardecl 7 Jm sabandomentof po q. sd nt11ic expedti ns th& North preparing-one' Brem HADBID.October 3Oth.-It 1t yearwUl OAKLl "D DE.O STIUTION. -O d mons 1'ation JaateyenIng. conai t1ng Tlie'.Prooessron l,500penona.ln. ladiea'andgenUemen.werelD .thoUne the'proeessioD.were t and.the .were deliy redb7 "Felton.---The abo\1tlmidnfght. unifo rev Ul thiscitJ &Dddid" weroJurprised ndered cheerf y. 1lI..eCjuitl. cred1tedwiUL.two thin to- ch South. o1iHbma 'ReT J r..F" aUI A..x. d" ll P..x. II A. X. Oentra1'Meihodllt Epi eopalChureh/YiMie Btree'-.between8inAaad ReT..Robert lrr.'morD ur e" 'fJl-p. x'Snnject 4isoourtle the GoapeL" Pre tiiii'rWiC i h rq B i Mc- cuc1der.ilt hin ou..the h W L wjftJ hat.U.L.K.acl7 s.Col d BaptiBtChureh. J 1 &to1l'A. D."SimOlldsWill In.'the 1 .OhriltWl'A aoe &tient aU o'olockiD-tJwaftemomRluU"m e""CJ Jeh'Ep o Divbie-serrice anc1balf-Pl 8t 11" XSundu e. eTe7'ridaJevenmcatbalf-paat.'J Bet.F. ot Jatli1c JII Itv..1l :1g iCE 'I fambl .lt will st&nd.the. test.wUh .1rOI'ld and ought to be pqe aIOI\ .otJj.eTaJ boatmaniYour ean.be 1 foz.yourselt. to"bea'ban4 for.enl7tJmeof d1 J. C01r.-Free from. grit unrini ii'P 1r.-1 1rgold .Of It)18 1eansea. 'or' eTe1''other'kInd of. metalJ .hereabrU11aD& .Con cayd1zanori'stana ,1& .to.&I170 :1'JnTmtbllth& Wb1& D H. .ofthror. JD41ung 4Jm.cu1t1eaan4 9DatailfJ"recedt Ini..tt faT U'J Bo81etterttSn j.if it liO'bbJ w 7o a ouDtof.hIa p ut1ca.but JDslaHhiL- T' -0D8' bTwearlDg tbe. ahIita dt wm t.hePacl11c WooJenHDla..At Ph1PP" Xromer-a.'Z2ibdmHontgomery 'i' u'elegm Dia"or B:1 iii ni. t' for.'wh1ch heJ'&Celvedthermn 'u ioo ii t J .th Dr 1COoPer-BUJiiTen. v geU Ji kncnrD.'for f-enr-mid-agUe "hfn-.1ain" oua biteJ etc.,4. J \t-- -tJ" .E. tm'Quin.i' iac1 .ia uf'of"th pnredmgs ChaL E..Hmc-tleJ"lc No.l.Hasonic.- p .Ko Dd'oR. .Q'VA- 11 -U i 4 J JtZ fa1ioU cI daD 'i 'i. t J. 0 fC' .f' -f' i it SeECIA.N01"IC 8 tW'OI'k II tl .r nz- t7.whO &r fa"rabl elOIaol Jlr. DENBY. WEBB for 81i'D8rinW2dell.of hb- UoSu-eew. are inritec.to 'tend a meeUncto bef held bl7. H Po -atree oomer 0 KeaT1l7. on.ONDAY EVElUNG.Non .at" o'cloclt."SJM .U'wiU be n' to 1' the meeUu..Jnh Goslin. Azeh1tect Bamue S 8hJ.p' oJoiAer .Jam. BreDll&ll. Labor- er B.-s. .8hfP..JOi1'll'i .1' w .B n. .Iaier Fe \1" .p c "J .O:1 e. 0Irp ter" u 'ao. t"T" t. CU' 'L. It. q f 'fi L ct't l i L.rA si' i G. ULN t 2 f 'C.R N.D' .UNO" .1 t l" p' .t' ME iTiN' i c.P' c i r .C 1'11& O..ur srEAKING .c.ulPAlG 1riJ1elo eOD 1l0ND Y' otmGRT'mT' 'C -.tI' -cv. Jr' J I 1V1. .cG oJ 1 t- MONTCOM EftY .LOCK. 'r. u 'to 'Th l u s ak ri b h .ifb e t6tiW 1.pfei "an4 tbePeoplef c. 1l' -i. r-- of .DON. 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A i fI1BB.mm HAvnra nn' -1" ap..p.-.AloU:8ale1rooDrb Y1thUlelr l' f tbi n U 1riui8 r Ord i.'WH T T.1I O .ur o tf ri ch. Ui "ie ioI 1ov iiD h "hett e Un i i&Uif&ctIoab th n ti t1" i f i K GQIQat STR i' L 'jc H ADLEY i I c -'ic. t. 1. t. 'Lj 'PORT BL'E' 'EN' lliR'S im i. f -'HES1UmGImlS.ARE T IN UK .ad p 7/ L 'pJ'JIU/IIr .A.TJIIT6AJ "r.x.eww. I 'Y" Imp amen l1aHi thi'd C l P't1'IlbiniDCibepno oal ofli&tlC' dn.ft ainap&'isi iU4" ol j iJi SOri :2- TE. 'Wnri c ,0 v- mBBB' I'--.o- .i.t 'cf' .nr.1 mak of' Wm.pu..Ahr."to 'a t of.Cider"in-lew.JIlOJ1I8It&a.-- -sew 4. "t' .c. i 'Y 1.nu rv..er&D4J1aA4 .oOt'- Perl ftpaua4eYeD' .tf Seed I r. I' TbePowedbchJueu.M' iGrcanwi'b. t fac an4 i' &creI .PU hoDr j W'1IeM. Ateaeh .1 sa.-- off. ohbe h A.peni D to so1riuc CIIOue 7L. bmu- tM& 'i 7 To'T" lf 1 lifi j&a e. 1In1r-\I .1. .U 1.n 1I' .t 'f 1I f 1 -W.e.- eP. e- JiteI .are" 1a1P 4 t .I k NCIBLESV .IgN T. EUHI i s..ss.NOV.j .1ei. 1 Ub.S "flrLAII l'resjdebt 1-t CRUZ ND v DE .1 W.UikiPe. loc2oc I Jd sI1z Tor a.- 1 .k 'iL. OF YIBE. K ft CO. Kercbats tb M Ia nnd C. t Ircdlo0jj FINS-N &w To/ iectt/ .1 BER2g1. ohs NTHLY. sone8ye TheDedIUes ratNav4gtr t Me X&te.tc.C- Ml. id-It- Y d ecUoNrUgOr ftbOpea.e.&zd ieWuPresth. I11thU5It &zI4boiid I th. so upDreu 3. WHITE SaxiPrtic 04 reight. 1LATE5 bz Yr&ii- rr GB1 o.p.xIb. 33d. 3. 30. 40. l& O ni I at Law ck. LAM. .f .ET etc.o 1 thoAga' Fr-fceonj and i.e ii. ta.Gft IMon- u5:1t a tzot etei iwth.z 8 t. RSL .1 me 4 Mr.a J2 r'- 18C8 nzazwcE EVDGX tUXf&ncliide& iM repazei i 4elieT .X7OSt&d7. our Itwal the-j3OCeediflg 'work of Juryyotd re-S fort contem .IidOTO&.but juxdjourned air To'V'o'rE.- ofctUzen ChInged.tbeir onewizl thatthey o t e BegIstrsticiBordi o f p&1uiymdethM1aouch ue a7 euze&nd4irOp'r t S remoYeL' thezaud t on&roll -to.snother. th1 fl. EIA3Gx.-1 yesterd&ywere oc- per- LU U1Se Oc- m A w' Th B4T N9-3L.-The thlrty- ve feelong. as lght workmen-were or purposoTof V EW meuc d ad3' tle Z.U. 0 coetof FBADg.-The PetermcllC pepers-wa5 Unitedgiatea th ofthe th Tha -EnrekaTypograph- o'2l.ield election-yeday atthelr L f. Jordan-Motion deniedand Los Tw9 4ve jutliTed th l .a cftw o slilplloe pt&1n th ive. Mh0Y6bn -Ii b Ip or 1 be. e thu Sou Melgs&Owley Iengthofkeells feetbreadthof 1the OO feetof IanedDsiIeI RiceorWrlght wasjrraigned In the Polic COnrt t&dI. cbref at into I rsturn.to.Thgta.nd lilmwith rmou bowIs-knffe'o'h1e person-'whe MnsUon his o'ciecki.x.at Po Sd r vs. judgmeniww-rendered-for-pIalnt1ff L Stapleton-Same Lo1 ATi'rLThere eltjlaetwoek.ot 'wkleh'number regult of -Of-thobtal at the seva1 te ult ones und totalsimbernderflve DemocratJ.e-oeon -ao v last ofth thewey wiUthe byiIe.s mcldeMng In' grave be.oo f SABzth D.3K.Tb Britlalibsik I 5 C6 o'elock-yes. it tli erhvEjclinge Z WL 3rehued.byOTb01 Co.for e was j i.- A- th match the eeuon\j the Ofld ty biockiyetoj tcssmencing AM S 'I -Ten be yyi ib.toeUtho -i cITi VLBBIF.s..q i"- tot'.dutiee 1eetekW188 9S- wer&thfrty .foirIiams 0fSein efrontWsfl -oqt7uiu11nE rspIUyr&zeed. 1ded-unU w I--- 31ed peifectiealth -wuinnonced iiij hi O17WW Companfbaa 13 c nt. l 4 Er- CoU forTabiti 5fl7 he fo M. Ihi complaintofJudgsTyler a1soacbazgo of" alsetin- neut. rravers b'the Co.'sblock orderedJflthe on-the,1ti hnsbsnd.James 31111 .t tothe tomeet -us iare a s wat ers t rornp 5 ourthenks.- DAYID MK 't- -Yae' ioiiiand whTyIer thOCO Stab1a thatth c sti.nce ijtpo and-flaturee were o hey.eMtache.Lbycjt Intoasmall locked-up t EazkIns'who wassold byEark1na hI Itsodktaiea -thatbs fees-bea especia11ywhenhe'bad- repliedthat chargewbat 1 had-lila 8ei 1i -Montgemerytreeth &ndta-- ieii watchineageflysfretchIngch1a of'patrioUo mnsIc 'thestreet aiw- 1fontgomertree.t fr rBuzkistreet tth to-thepUd. amOs fO i sflnoundlnggtreet zurpx Beeingt Maj bo way-to land-withthe. GrintInvlne4bleawho ceiyed SloIzos thefropponenta BIrvzzws ss Mo -L granw lwtIlbebeld to.n hIe 'cSaeOthacani. lgn- .thooutakM 'ace' -ones- lpeaerw1fl ,8 -t ri -U z -cg4 z C" J'erad JarchA ttheDeo-A Dreari-The -f-- -i' thO-rO5a1OflISt5tO-.Th2'Uthe 'thiek sin --torrn. ---b- thtIiPUU Qnl Ul iIaaUona-ho ieers-No thlug. jiI UiI ifeStO ha of a gi and a two'weeks C loneis assertedby theargest thIscIty strikoterror ofthsr erie&l cf.thelr-cpponenta to-bi onL'ues- tn fun b rnultitud-oitorches. dozen-oounIwotthe plaesthenit5.OOaM menwoaeen. ae 1,500 werejlarkened f -'were -on Th6ftlt of-the nt s a1 beenpnbllshed yearasinc oldercities a andperuzed a Issneis of whicb over 53,000 sreinsies gures Th Diectoryontaim-nearIy- 18,000 and.fei1s areesUmated est1na ed Inne'Oth improvaments-thepnb- that enterpie nthls h bevtngextefld-ed. rathds and buIldingasweU been.grsdnsfly Impioving'.yoarby eversln e bstlenthA-t1ne4 gradean&an--eice1.- 1e is etj fnlliistorfofithe 1 dl re niembersetc. State-ocers nd cf,1ntormatlonneceasary nameawe MnearIy- ind-1&4obn-with fr setOppOMIaL&I- arnot' Mci 131 43 n1aa27 MccIuIreThM.-v-Pnni 45-fnh1I -our forOfMIx whichaugurs Dissiocracy cn-Tuesdiy--'rhe -repoesentedby-A.shBaas Beach'Blrchciest. PIfle.TSThO neeaiy ccwwii.om8 the names areregular Tothe -ri pOTUtUCe\bOOt iIwe1l jj anne SanYrancIaco.- enfl-G- ngley -ta 1 .PA2ua:9nr aie dnefl 1ale-Zsatex p u- -rn. 1tEILTATK ABET' I thdy1a -.Tsa op. Last Week'O""d Pprt j- tremoriwh1efoccurredbthi. earSTWt wekdId T fdZzth'a& 54 Stability IjdC1O h1 h of-landedpropertj. tioiii rod ced- negati've-rsthertha dulnem-has hibited exper1encedeniy o v f' ur pe pl. e 1 beaald atfir 1 eMe- Wednesdaysome ao bayepodej --a between.Powe1eM streeta,263 feetfrontbyys.feet.depjor- Pulk-streets4731-feet tlie- soUtar haye prodnced-at'sxy iT t- nctesaieg extreme--rates L ad ofthese aims j 4' realestato andun- weekand asthe -Intha 1 b moreuOtabie a Sheen- Iotaon 5 3,5O anl Union.- Fifty-vara 8 8.30 l2i tO 1I-12&Laguna N. Sacrameito Aae.cjation 6 asmess 20634 WJ l37x 148 1 2'Th.- N.LTehama l E'MIIfl 80x23 mortgage.a. z180.- last------------- Va.nNeea 27rl0. Association------------------ 40x573 man 3 V. etreet,30N. BranhanNW. 36X180--------------------- Mason S. 3- N. UusbW. 5 25 3 W42 I f3. 27)il2d ooo WFar 231 1 Rag1eN 30rl2 -i0' Lot90S.1.Eomestia4Ujon I 3,323 8Vx13lX3o00 Clan 421 WeternAdditon' f0 64 8. W. l313zl20. VnIversityMOund8nney. 8T3 S.-Bq 12 6-i2r1373 i bloek'203' 20 5 i. in 23t.lots 3,2,4,3. L5InbIockllliotslandl8jnblock lInb1ock385 lotalO. Auoclationpur. i&ny Five Iotaifl Gift ito. 2. io eteadAssociallon 33. 'block3ol.Oecidental L Geary,23L.l Li.rkin Tler S.l S.v.8ecQnd.g.W,25 iE' 973N. 8l ia-less--- 12 End Nineteenth 50xl223 E 2o8o. J373 N. 33 totaconsideration .Xa1UaGf Wt283 precedlngweekof polit1camciteientbayba4'.a1eyge thIs'eeult tecess&rI1yi7mpathlzeL'The d. pu.xno tgage weekiccordlng 751 OyEB..TIIEovxTLINS i 1The-Mo iani Hele iPod bUPiOTe&I tO itanewbuilding.athree4tary slo.000andwhich jithe- b tweentbo nd.it. fornla.GoodforMojtana.f -t GOOd-dry sells dollarsscord. I. YIrgInIaIM 1I butft7 bo.Z' -.4 Bfeuthd&Ya Org'commenced aidpssserto-ArgenU T T-st'.al shlpm t i ThGmid TCurry-Oompany'sm&1n very-soft feet new level 'w1 beopened isti I11s ithIdde tUle u TELE GRAPHIc nrax cEncxlfzl.1 aliutI D,0UtIt161I.i .tehllht proce tonber eienf g as ever'otfrrizg in eon ty Wei.Itheline-- -of thedIfferent Qubs.nc1 fromSanPsb1o -&iamede frtSan IMthscItyIS aj1Mge enthusiutlaaudi- T.a1 October--Slst.-A-'icry--- tnths1uUcDernocraiic'nieeting iib lng. Jndge'Hardy to-the 21st.-The"1arg t buIneaportion o are 'pro essio- bont-iOQ0 Manvsiiu.z Slst.--Tbe emtando 1neeti g horserneuand -Themware proceasto and n- andjBaaanwhonitttm- speecbee'a4 speaker'sEt&n& -yaIled -----'T -a puss success.u th6k1n The-houses Goid-Hffl -2nd-I thlw- Therewere buiZan given -poi I TheCbron1t1e. profei- haato are plea ed leaz uc- arii by em cratfo esyand.Wednesdaynihta1ast EASTERN TELEGIAMS. 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