Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on October 17, 1890 · Page 1
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1 £**Vi&f r-jjfTafttn. APPRECIATE THE Dispatch- Democrat] Our crowded columns give evidence of this fact. APPRECIATE THIS Dispatch-Democrat Our large inbrcription Hit gives evidence of this laet. VOLUME XXII. URIAH CITY, MENDOCINO COUNTY, CAL., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1890. DISPATCH and DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, UKlAll, • • • MEN DOC [NO CO., CM.., By JNO. BUCKINGHAM, HunacHiPTioN U ATHH: One Tear Bis Months i of. 1'hree Mouths 7ft AKVKUTI.HINU UATKfl: Space. Monthly. Yearly. 1 loch * 2 60 tl-iuu 2 inches a 7f> is (X) » Inches 5 00 24 00 * Inches (',25 110 00 5 Inches 7 25 !I6 00 « Inches 8 00 80 00 7 Inches » 16 42 00 » inches » 60 48 00 0 Inches 10 25 M 00 10 Inches ;i no 60 00 One-half column 11 ;••> '"CO One column IB 90 120 00 Three months flume rate HB for one year. Two months times one month. I .CSB than one month $1 per inch for first insertion. f>0cents per inch for each fufosctinent insertion Legal advertisements tl per Inch lor each Insertion. Specified position 26 pe cent, extra. The above are net figures. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. Kl WHITE, Dlstrlat Attorney mid Attorney at Milan City, Mendocino Co., Cnl. O FFICR —In Court House. Will practice in all State and Federal Court*. 1-lltf J. !J. MANNON, Attorney and Counselor »» I.i»w. Ukiah, Mendocino County, Cal. Will practlco in all Courts of this State. O FFICK —In Masonic Hall building, corner of School and Perkins StroetB. 1-Itf. J. A. COOI'KR, Attorney nuil CouuNclor its I .MW. Ukiah City, Cal. O FFICK —In Odd Fellows' Bull'llng. Will promptly attend to all husincss Intrusted to his euro In any of thcCourtsof thlsState. |4-lfi YRI.L it SEA WELL, Attorney!* mul <?omisclorg at Uw, Ukiah City, Mendocino Co., Cal. O FFICE —In Mew Law Building, west of Court ilouse. Will practlco in all Courts of this Btate. (l-7tf. T. L. CAROT1IERS, Attorney RiMtft'oiiiiH^lor nt I.nw, Ukiah City, California. Oftlee iu New Law Building, west of Court Houso, Practices iu all Btate and Federal Courts. |4-ltf S. ft POAGE, Attorney nt I.nw, Ukiah city, Cal. Special attontlon paid to Probate business. Will practice in all tho Courts. J A HEX E. PEMRER TON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Lansing St., Mendocino City. Will practice in all the Courts of this Btate. l-7tf. J. K. ClfAMIIERS, Attorney anil Couuselor at Law* Covelo, Mcndocluo Co., Cal. Practices in all the Court* of this State. W. N. MOORE, M. D., Phyalolan and Surgeon, Ukiah City, Cal. -Otllco atTrcsiuenco on Perkins Street, one block west of Court Ilouse. J. L. BOND, M. D., I 'tM'BSelan asi«l Snra;eoM, I'klah City, Cal. O FFICU —On west tide of Court House, In Hefdr's building. GEO. W. STOUT, Jlf. D., Physician and Siir(««u, Ukiah City, Cal. O FFICK —At UkUh Hotel. 12-21tf. J. W. HUDSON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Ukiah, Oal. Office: Northwest eor. Staudley and School ats. Rooms at A. 0. Carpenter's, State Bt. 4-i2t; O. T. MASON, M, D. Pliyslefan, Hnrftrcorj antl Gynccoloirfiit. San Francisco, Cal, Tolephono No. 8448. 510 Hayes Streut. Makes a specialty of DlscaRcs of Females and ah diseases of the Stomach and Digestive Organs IT. H. HOGSHEAD, D. D, S. UK NT I AT. Ukiah City, Mendocino Co., Cal. O FFICE —West of Express Olllce. Gas administered. 10-21tf. WM. M. PEERY, Real Estate Agent, Conveyanoer and Searcher of Records, Ukiah, Cal. Office with County Clerk. All business entrusted to my oare attended to promptly. 4-5tf. y. A. OVERMEVER, Countable and Collector Ukiah City, Cal. O FFICE —Opposite D ISPATCH office. Prompt attentir trusted to my care, Prompt attention given to all business cn- 'Xo y. M. MASOei, Architect and Builder, Ukiah City, Cal, rians, Bpenlllcations and Estimates made to order. Will contract for all kinds of buildings, to furnish material, or otherwise. Satisfaction guarauti'od. B-32tf. FOR SALE! I A AND 20 ACKK TRACTS OK RICH BOTI If toni hind for «alo In Mule Uku Valley. Subdivisions of the 11. L. Norton HOME RANCH. Ka «y torms. Apply to H. U. MUIU. WIUIls, or H. I,. NOUTON. 10 Cal. St.. H. F., Cal. F. Well stocked ESTABLISHMENT The Largest Assortment of BuIMer'u Hardware, Mychauiu'H Tool's, Manu'-, H nut's and Hurd's Axes, Hurvvy Pi'iiei* Hunt) and X S HWH, Pruning Tools. Tin? Imperial Plow, (Itest Plow in the World.) The Buckeye Combined Harrow ind Si*eder, Tilt' Buckcyu Pump, The Buckeye Wind Motor, The Bridge, Beiioh & Co. Superior Stoves and KnugcH, The Adams & Westlake Monarch Gaa- olinc Uiuijrx 'S. nud a liniitlrvd itlicl one UltlltfM UrilHIUCIllMl Hlltl IWCrill, AT LOWEST RATES. T H HI • F A SII ION^Tvery&feed ST A B LES ««j Opposite tlieUrand Hotel, State Street, Ukiah, Cal. SMITH & HILL, Proprietor. tLsjar Good Turnouts for hire—Double and Single teams, anil Saddle Horsi-H. The best of cure given to transient stock. Teams furnished with or without drivers. Your patronage In HO- lielted, and satisfaction jjuaranted. y-7tf. U. K. HA NFOJU). J. M. HA NFOKD. 470 If you have anything to sell, or want to huy the hest meats call on SANFORD & SON, Opposite the Post-Office. Slate Street, - - Ukiah City. i.. EDWARDS. B. EDWARDS. EDWARDS BROS'. Meat Market, We wish to inform the public that wo have opened a moat market in the building recently occupied by B. Marks A Co, where we will continually keep on hand tho very choicest meats to be found in the market. Meat delivered free to all parts of the city. Remember we are here to stay. EDWARDS BROS. II. B. SMITH. R. E. DONOHOE. Smith & Donohoe (Bucccisors to Duiicau & Smith.) Searchers of Records, Office with County AHsessor, UKIAH CITY, - • CALIFORNIA Abstracts made and Cnr.veynneing Done. Agents for Fire ANsociatton of Philadelphia. Kefer by permission to: Kobt. McGarvey, Superior Judge; S. I). Paxton, County Clerk; Thoa. L. Carotbers, Ksq,; H. A. Peabody, Edttor of D ISPATCH. 12-7tf. IVXenclocirio Coixixty Abstract -:• Bureau! And Land Title Office, School St., adj. Christian Church, UKIAH, CAL. JT.(S^" Sole proprietors of Durl'ee 'H Self-Correct lng Sj-atem of deducing Land Titles. Only com plute abstracts of Mcndotduo County, Searchers of Records. Insurance and Loan Agents. JUHVEIINGiKNVETANClNE SPECIALTIES RICE Jb BALTZELL. Proprietors. Tiie^fiolJen B00T& SHOE STORE Laiies' Gentlemen's ail Children's BOOTS AND SHOES At tho Lowest Liviriff Prices FOB CASH! Agent for United Workingmen's Boots and Shoei, ALL KINDS OF Soots and Shoos Made to Order. BrIiiK yonr old Shoes nml have them reijiilro! vnunl to new. All ktutl* nt HHOK DRL'HriINO, fiOKK BOLKD, KtO. All Work Warranted. 8. HOOKS. J.R.MATHEWS' CITY PHARMACY! North Hide of Court House, Standley St., Ukiah, Cai. FINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Choice Perfumeries. Fine - Toilet - Articles! Pure Chemicals and Pharmaceutical Preparations. atent Medicines, Cigars, Etc. -) ICE-COLD SODA WATER. (— «. Specialty. Hewfioods! Finest Quality! Low Fricssl MERCHANT TAILOR Scliool Street, Ukiah. H AS A LARGE AND 8KLKCT STOCK OFTHK fllifst Roiids, both (orciKii ftuci ilomestk-, which he will make up lit. bedrock prlcuB. A Ooou F IT GUAiiANrBRD. Give hlni HII eurly cull, make your selections, and secure a iierlect fit, whereby you will be presentable at all times. 9-i r )tr. CII/ILFANT & MMMUM, SlKto Ntreel, Ifcluli, Have the largest and best stock of Furniture and Carpets K VKH B ROUQMT TO M KNDOCINO C O. Everthinij appertaining to a first- class furniture establishment constant ly on hand. Buying for cash direct from the manufacturer we are enabled to sell at San Francisco prices. Call and be convinced. Terms Strictly Cash. IfcyOur undertaking department ia thoroughly equipped. Orders in this line promptly attended. QUICK TIME AND CHEAP FARES to Eastern and European Cities Via tho Great TrauB-contlucntal all-rull Itoules OF THE Southern Pacific Co. (P ACIFIC S YSTKM). Daily Express Trains make prompt, oonnoctlnus with the several Kailwuy lit)en in the East, AND AT New Yorkfand New Orleans with the several Steamer Lines to ALL EUROPEAN PORTS. Pullman Palace Sleeping Car* AND TOURIST SLEEPING CARS attaohed to Overland Express Trains. #Hf-Tickctn sold. HleepinK-eur Berths serurfld anTTpropcr information Rivcii upon application at Comp-ny 'H oihees. where panseiiKers ealling in persou can aeeure choice of routes, etc. Orders Hold at Lowest Itatcit for ticket* for pas- mge from Europe and Eastern Cities to any point in the Pacific State* and Territories. Thene orders, if not used, will be redeemed at the amount paid therefor. RIOH'D GRAY, T- H, 0OOPMAN, lien. Traf. Mgr. Gen. P. <fc T. Agt. RAILROAD LANDS! For N H I C on Kei »M »iinblc TfrinN. For Lands in Central and Northern California. Oregon, Nevada and Utah, apply to or ud- drcss W. H. A!ILLS, Land Agt, C. P. R. K. San Francisco. For Lauds in Southern California, npplv to or address JEROMfl MADDEN, LandAgt, 8.'P. K.U 4* Hun Kranclseo. LANE'S SPRINGS, t?i «!lL FOURTKBN MILKS NORTH OF UKIAH. MOUA, IIUIN, MAUMRKIA, NVLPHIJil, ANU OT1IKK WATEIIN. HWBest Camping Grounds lei the Counlv. Water, wood and grounds free. Good pasturage lor horses at moderate mtefl. 87-4m T. A. LANE. prop. Appledale Nursery, Scott's VaKej, Lake Co., Cal. Oilers for the season of 1881) a choice lot of TREES, At iRP.'ionnble pilees. 1'rult Grnivcr.i and others doslrlng trcos are Invited to oall ami Inspect them Hi tho Nursery, or send lor price Hit. All stork ituiiruii'ciil to bu free fruui I HSDC I U HUI I <ll«e»«i. Address K. r .WUAY, Ukcporl, Oal. if-'JOtl The Old Reliable Firm OF PORTERFIELD & 8TITT, Does not put on much Style, But when it comes to Solid Bargains and the Best Goods, the People recognize our Place as Headquarters. REMEMBER THE PLACE, Cor. School and Standloy Sts., Ukiah. laiee's km Store -i»r- New Quarters, I have Removed my Stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils and Wall-Paper TO THE MARKS BUILDING, OPPOSITE TjHEiE C3-E,.A.3STID HOTEL. Will also hnvo iu tho same room a Complete Line of Stationery, Scliool Books, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, ETC., Kept Toy .A.. :m:. D. Veatch. We invite all wanting Goods iu these Lines to call and see us. J. N. A. m. D. VEikTCH. A HOME At the CALPELLA STORE The tremendous Bargains which W. ENGLISH & CO. of Calpella are offering arc staiking the L'oople's fancy. This Is Our Innings ! And wo are knocking Prices lower than they have over been in Mendocino County. A Genuine Closing Out Sale ! We are not selling off an old Stock to make room for a new one, but we are going out of business entirely and disposing of our Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE at a GREAT SACRIFICE ! This is a splendid opportunity for Ranchers to lay in their AVinter Supplies. Call and be convinced that you can buy Goods cheaper of us than anywhere else. W. ENGLISH & CO., Calpella, Mendocino County, Cal. C. E. TRYOIM, Genera! Blacksmith! Vomer of Stall and»»on Street*, adjoin- iny Stable*, Ukiah Oily, Cal. XVCurrlairc and wagon making, shoeing aua ximcial blaeksmltUluK done. Agotil for (he DcerlUH Mower,Self Humping Kskos. Mitchell WHgim, anil other farm miieliinery. 8-SHti. Sacred Heart Convent of Mercy A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. Conducted by the Sisters of Merov. Ukiah. Mendocino Co., Cal, l'nr further par titulars apply to the MOl'HEK SUI'KIUQKKSS, 40 -tf Uklttli .Csl. A New Way to Fish. Quite rt novel mode of catching fish was invented by a yonth in Michigan recently He w«n bathing, when he perceived in tho wnter a little way beyond him a tish of nutiHually large proportions swimming along within a very short distance of the bank and rapidly approaching him. As he saw the magnificent specimen of the sturgeon species the thought of securing it without the usnal implements flashed acrosB his mind, and he determined to make one effort to secure tho "monarch of the lakes." As the fish approached the bank on which the boy was standing the latter prepared to dive, and before the sturgeon was quite opposite the yonth gave a leap, a plunge and dived beneath the water. Ere the astonished sturgeon could either escape or recover from the consternation caused by the sudden disturbance of tho waters he was a prisoner in the arms of the youth, who could with difficulty retain his hold of his Blippery customer. The struggles of the now desperate sturgoon were now pertinacious an4 nearly crowned with victory, though they became almost entirely ineffectual, and were rendered completely so by the aid of a companion of the boy, who ran to his assistance. Their united efforts soon comploted the victory over his sturgeonship, and laid him panting on the bank, a proof of the triumph of muscle. After vesting a while from the fatigue caused by the combat under water they carried the sturgeon home, where it was weighed, turning the scales at just seventy pounds.—Exchange. A Transpaelflo*. The Colonies and India, of London, Bays that "the breaking of the Australian cables and the consequent cutting off of those colonies from communication with the outer world for several days emphasizes in the strongest possible way the necessity of constructing an alternative cable across the Pacific ocean between British Columbia and Sydney or Brisbane. The lesson will no doubt not be lo«t upon our Australian cousins. It is said that her majesty's government has decided not to share in the guarantee the companies require in order to effect tho proposed reductions in the existing cable rates, and it was hardly expected that it would do so. It might, however, view with greater favor the laying of the new line, and the subsidies tho colonies are now asked to give for perpetuating for a time the monopoly of the old line, with assistance from Canada aud from the imperial government, would, it is believed, permit of arrangements beiag made for the construction of the Pacific cable, and probably insure a reduced tariff by both lines." Preserved In n Suit Mine. In a Bait mine near HermannBtadt, in Hungary, which had for many years been full of water and was visited by tourists on account of its great depth mid its repeating echo, a recent heavy rainfall raised the water to an extraordinary height. Recently a number of dead bodies appeared on the surface, and they were taken out, with considerable danger to those who undertook the task. They were found to be the bodies of Hungarian Honveds, 800 of whom fell in the battle of Viz Akna on the 4 th of February, 1849, and instead of being buried were thrown into the Bait lake of the mine. The bodies are so well preserved that the wounds which caused death may be seen quite plainly. Two of the bodies are headless.—Cor. London News. Hlg Chicken Pie. The citizens of Columbus, Ga., had a big barbecue. Among the novelties was a chicken pie, thus described: "The pie was 7 feet long and 6 feet broad, and as deep as would hold ten dozen chiokens. Every chicken had yellow legs, a drum, stick for the babies and a wing for the girU After the pie was eaten the pan was auctioned off, the proceeds to go to the girl under IS years of age that brings to the Chattahoochee Valley exposition in November the finest pone of bread baked by herself." Befcra In Mslne. CJrben Oetchell, of Limestone, Me., witnessed a novel sight last week while driving near that village. Be came on seven bears unawares, three of them full grown and four cubs quite large. The old ones made for the woods, but the cubs had their gambols out before they followed. Orben says it was a nice sight, but his hair seemed to grow very vapidly, and raised his hat from its usual place. The bears were seen by two other persons.—Philadelphia Ledger. Or. Webb and Jay Gould. The abrupt manner in which Vice President Webb treated u representative of the Knights of Labor who called as mediator uetween the company and the men has recalled the fact that all the Webb 'joys are disposed to be peremptory in business dealings, even with older and stronger men than themselves. In the very older days of Dr. Seward Webb as a railroad man he attempted a little show of authority with Mr. Jay Gould, which that gentleman treated in his dry, sarcastic way. It seems that W. H. Vanderbilt was just dead when his son-in-law. Dr. Webb, in a business letter, called Mr. Gould rather peremptorily to account, and presented his ultimatum in a matter concerning some exchange of business between the Vanderbilt and Gould roads. Dr. Webb's idea was to hurry Mr. Gould to a settlement. But Mr. Gould was nnt to be hurried, or even brought to a consideration of the case, and he wrote a short note to Mr. Webb in which he simply said that his sorrow over the death of Mr. Vanderbilt three or four days before had been so puignart that he was unable to consider any business with his son-in -law at present. It ia probable Mr. Gould has not heard from Dr. Seward Webb since.—Philadelphia Press. The Old Wlinlins Towns ricking Up. According to The Providence Journal an interesting and gratifying disclosure of the census is that of the revival of the old whaling towns. The whale fishery centers, where ence the coming and going of busy ships gave a lively uir of industry to tho wharves and streets, felt the decadence of this fishery as an almost fatal blow, and in the decades immediately succeeding the fifties remained sorrowful monuments to a great industry's decay. Now, however, they seem to be recovering their old time energy, and it is not unlikely that an inheritance of the Bame enterprise which characterized theiu in the past will once more puBh them steadily forward. New Bedford, formerly the greatest wjhaling port on the whole coast, now boasts a population of 41.044, a gain of more than 50 per cum. siuce 1880, and New London, the second port in importance, has gained soma 'M per cent or more in the same time. Mian Vancett 's Tutor. Miss Clough, principal of Newham. who has the honor of being tutor to the Seniora Wrangler, is the sister of Arthur Hugh Clough, the London poet. It was Miss Clough who managed the campaign when the university senate of Cambridge in 1881 was asked to open the doors to women students. The ladies gathered their forces; every available man waa flattered, lunched, dined and cajoled into voting for the girls, and the opposition went to pieces by a vote of 82 against 898. That was Feb. 24,1881, and every anniversary of that day has been celebrated with special honors and favors for Miss Clough, who led the victory.—Exchange. Antipathy. Clara (to Charlie, who is noted for various unsatisfactory attempts at whiskers) —A mustache seems to have antipathy to your face. Charlie—Yes, it does seem a little down em li.^—PqllrtJelrMr? Prpp? How to Prepare Fly Paper. Almost any sticky substance spread upon papsr will answer tor catching flies, but if you have a soft spot in your heart and do not want to sea the flys suffer for a long time use poison. Fly paper is made as follows: Take sirup, honey or dissol ved sugar and add about one ounce to each pound weight of yellow tersulphide of arsenic and then spread upon paper with a brush. Another fly paper is made by boiling one- half ounce of small quassia chips for ten minutes in a pint of water. Strain and add four ounces of molasses. The flies will drink this and soon die.—Exchange. Prince Bismarck is said to still cling to his love for snuff. He has been a confirmed user of it for years. A Ripe Old Age. An Honest Lawyer. Hon. William L. Marcy was one morning talking with a friend when ho received a letter, saying in substance: "Inclosed find our check on a New York bank for (1,000, which we eend you as a retainer in a suit, the particulars of which we will write yon in a few days." "What shall I do?" asked Mr. Marcy of his friend. "Put it in your pocket and wait for business," was the answer. "No, sir," said the upright lawyer, "it's a bribe." He thereupon inclosed the check in an envelope together with a note, telling his correspondent that after he had learned the character of the suit he would accept the retainer, if the case proved one which be could undertake. The letter was sent by return mail.— Youth's Companion, Florence Nightingale's Fortune. Miss Florence Nightingale ha* been left £500 • year by her sister, the late Lady Verney, who died last May. The two sisters were daughter* of the late Mr. William Edward Nightingale, al Einbley Park, Hants. This gentleman's name waa originally Shorn, he having come of a good old Yorkshire family. He married in 1818 the widow of Edward Nightingale, took that name and purchased the estate of Embiey Park, Hants. He toft two daughters, the eldest Frances, who became the second wife of Hit Harry Verney, Bart., and the famous and admirable Florence, who nobly undertook the conduct of the war hospital* at Scutari and in the Crimea from 18S4 to 1866.— London Letter. ••suppose your wue ceaaea to love vou?" suggested tha oynlo. "Well," said toe young lawyer, "J would take oat • writ ef •rtarhmrwt" - J. IT. Holcomb and wife, of Belcherville, Texas, have celebrated their fifty- fifth wedding anniversary, and are still hale and hearty. The secret of their lone life and good health is that they correct any slight ailment promptly, and in that way avoid serious sickness. Like most every one else, they are most frequently troubled with constipation than any other physical disorder. To correct this they take St. Patrick's Pills in preference to any other, because, as Mr. Holcomb Hays, "They are a mild pill and, besides, keep the whole system in good order. We prize them very highly." For sale by J. N. Magee, the druggist. I) Notice to Sohool Teachers. The D ISPATCH- D EMOCRAT has printed a large quantity of Monthly Report Cards, good for five months, which we furnish at $ 1.50 per hundred, or *1 for 50. These cards are 3J^x7 inches, avid have blank spaces for giving the attendance, number of times tardy, deportment, and the standing in every study of each pupil. Also blank spaces for the signa- tuie of the parent or guardian each mouth, and for the signature of the teacher at end of term. Domooratio Mass Meeting*. As will be seen by announcement in our advertising columns, the Democratic county candidates will meet the voters of Mendocino county in their respective precincts during the present month. The candidates will start out on October 8th and continue their j.mraey through the county until Novemner 1st. The dates for their visits to the various places will be found iu the announcement in our advertising columns. We bespeak for the gentlemen who will make the trip a warm reception from our people. Shaken Out of Qear, NUMBEB 3 EKiOBOE THE LAW, The Governor Addresses the Attorney. General Relative to Lotteries. Govenor Watermnu has received the following letter from Charles Parlange, Chairman oi the Democratic Anti-Lofltery State Executive Committee of Louisiana: To His Excellency, B. W. Watermw. Governor of California: We are engaged in this State in a lite and death content with the Louisiana Lottery Company. The sitrupale is not for ourselves alone, hut for all our sister States, which are made tributary to this lottery company, in a puni exceeding, doubtless, twenty- five millions of dollars annually. The fipht is for your State ns well as for our own. We me doinfi all that men can do, ppnrlng no effort, remitting no labor, to destroy the common enemy. We urgently appeal to your Excellency to help us. Congress has", with promptness and unanimity, closed the United States mails against the lottery in answer to our appeal. This is a severe blow, bnt the gigantic gambling monopoly still lives. Tt announces in the public prints "Agenta Wanted Everywhere." It states publl- cally that it will now answer correspondents and carry on its traffic by means of express companies. It further advertise* that after its drawings, official lista of prizes can lie obtained from the express agents bv all holders of tickets. Whether the 1'nlted StBten Government will permit them to carrv out these announcements the near future will disclose. But in the meantime the Slates have the power to destroy this (treat evil within the ne:<t thirty days. Forty -two states in the Union, including your own, have penel statutes against the selliug of lottery- tickets, etc. The annihilation of the lottery company would promptly follow the vitrorouR enforcement of those laws. We appeal to jour Excellency with all nur earnestness to assist n* in our strmrelp for oureelveB and for our countf. by. causing the laws of yonr State azatnst lotteries to be vigorously and strictly enforced. We know you will pardon our urgency in consideration of tho magnitude of our object. We would be greatly honored and encouraged bv a reply from you. THE OOVERNOR'S REPLY. Immediately upon receipt of the above, Governor Watermnn addressed the following letter to Attorney-General Johnson: Pear Sir: The laws on onr statute hooks relative to lotteries are sufficientlv stronz, provided they are enforced, and I therefore direct that in vonr capacity and authority as Attorney-General of the State, the District. Attorney of the different counties of the State be informed as to what constitutes their dntv in the premipes and put an end, with all the leeal machinery at their command, to the vile practire of huving and selling of lottery ticketR of all kinds now being carried on in this State. E. W. Waterman, Governor of California. Highbinder Tactics, The Chronicle which shamelessly refused to publish the statement of Messrs. Rideout, Baker, Hamilton and others In regard to their joint purchase and ownership with Mayor Pond on the Oregon road grants, now speakes of it as "a letter signed by well known citizens, the purpose of which was to exhonerate E. B. Pond from any improper or inequitable connection with the Oregon wagon road land grab." Of course, the fact that Mr. M. H. DeYoung is not only an incorrigible liar, but a coward, needs no wider advertisement than it has already obtained in this State. Therefore this last exploit of the Chtonicle is to be regarded na merelv notice that in these respects he is holding his own. The "citizens" arsi Mavor Pond's partners. They are amongst the best known and most respected Republicans in this State in business and professional life. This De Young charges them with fraud in order to hit a political opponent. That is the blackmailer's idea of politics. It Is left for the Republican party oi this State to say whether it believes that Judge Belcher, Baker and Hamilton, Mr. Rideout and other gentlemen of that party involved in this lying accusation, and Gibbs and Woods, two Republican Governors of Oregon, are guilty of the crimes charged against them by De Young. As for anything the fellow says influencing votes, except to stamp public contempt upon, him, no one fears harm to Mr. Pond. De Young has carelessly, within and without his own party, blackguarded where he has not blackmailed, and if he has;left without illustration in his career a single trait of the sneak and scoundrel, we wish his paper would cite us to the omission, untruthful, unchaste, unclean and disloyal. Pe Young has been useful only by furnishing an opportunity for San Francisco to certify its decency by approving the verdicts bt jurieB against him whenever his person or his policy have gone into the courts for vindication. —Alia. No Nomination. By medarlft disease, the human machinery can notbnif perform tUofflce. Digestion.secretion, evacuation are disordered, tho blood become* watery, the nerves feeble, the countenance { ghastly, sleep disturbed sud spetlle oaprblom. Terrible U this dlsesvt, fell Its conseriuencM, There Is, however, a known antidote to the mlumstte poison, sad a certain safe guard against It. In malarious regions oi u«r South and West, Iu South America, Guatemala and on the Isthmus of Panama, as welt aula tntu.unr. lue countries where, the scourge exists, inimitable proven live aud rcinedr. Ho»letv? i st!Wm»ob Hitters, has. during the last as rears, been «on»v tanlly widening the area of Its ussluM.ifSi,, aft 1 domnnsrratlug Its soverehtn Value. Mviv complaint, d»«uepil«. «»»;!«!patton, kidney tamMe, rbewnatlua and dJhllHy are all,wauled by,it Hibuard's Rheumatic 3yru» will outiy w. Spirit of the (Kep.) We announced it as a fact, there was no nomination for Govenor by the lata Republican Inter-County State Convention at Sacramento. There were 077 del- gates, necessary to a choice 339. On lbs) ballot when it was announced a nomination had been made the nominee said to have been the "choice of the party" received 299, Morrow 281, Cltipman 93, Shippee 30, Preston 3, Coombs 1. Total," 677. Three changes wer* made to;the one said to be nominated, makingilia vote 319, being 20 short of a nominiitlon, which information we glean from the official tally -Bheet of^ the convention. This result was kno*ty.Mfl»»>< chairman; and as an imparti*Iv>t^,'^islnt«raa|sd: presiding officer, [his candidate Wilpoee,' being out of the fight] he should h'av#«oJa announced it, and ordered another bsdtoly^ their Mm no choice, but instead oitdsfc' , he allowed the friends of Motow to J »'v',< bulldosed, trampled upon, brntaiii over and Insulted by making atidilU lng a nomination to be recorded ^rJt : has never been made, when mora 300 voices shouted No 1 No! 1 No) [( , he put the question and declared'It K-T. ried, that a nomination had been unU' imously made, and thus as w*~have before,' with other ingredients, that • lavish ly brought to bear-tha m>sn was itofcn iroin Hon,JWrVW .vT Never before in tMJ^c^h this state, war thc^'such, ah'nahl defiance M everything dMent, square, or fweaar lnwlt»:«Bti> waa thpujtht to be,jthe i State Conventicsfi A'/ " • • aT ft.

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