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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 10 January 1891

VOLUME LXXX.-3STO. 121. JOURNALISM. Review of Its History -THE "RECORD-UNION." Its Past Progress and Future Promise. ■GRIND PRINTING PLANT. latest Improved Methods Known to Journalistic Art THE OLD SYSTEMS ABOLISHED, And Lefi Behind in the Grand March of Modern Improvement. IT WILL BE A MODEL NEWSPAPER. Among Otter Features ol tie "Record-Union" wiil te tte Publication oi tie Decisions oi tne Snjreme Court as last as Tiiey are Rendered. On a former occasion, many years ago, when the time seemed to demand such a retrospect^ the Record-Union engaged itself upon the task of sketching the his tory of journalism in tho city of Sacra mento. It was then a work of mingled pleasure and of pain, of both pride and rtgret, to ascertain with what warrant it had come to be a proverb that Sacramento is "tho graveyard of journalism," and how much there was of wholesome teach ing to be gleaned from the glance over the careers of successful and unsuccessful pa pers in this community. It is more than ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 10 January 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION SATURDAY JANUARY 10, 1891 Issi/KD BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISBM COMPANY Office, Tlilrd Street, between .1 and X THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Pages), Published six days in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seven-day pajwr. For one year $6 OO For six months 3 OO For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be ha1! of the principal Periodical Dealers. N.-wsmt-n and Aet-nts. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carriers at TwK>TV-iiVE dm per mouth. THE WEEKLY UNION, .Twelve Pages,, Ii the chrnpest and most d> sirabie Home, Xew* and Literary Journal published on tbe l'm-iiii- Ooaat. Tin. Weekly Union per year ?1 50 Tbe Sunday Union idone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mai! or Express to agents or sinKle subscribers, •with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. _ Tiie Best Advertising Mediums on th...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 10 January 1891

INAUGURAL BALL. The Grandest Social Event in tlie City's History. PEOPLE FROM FARAND NEAR. They Come to Honor the Governor, Colonel H. H. Markham. HOW THE STATE CAPITOL LOOKED. A Scene of Beauty Within Its Walls Rarely * * Excelled—Some of the Guests at the Grand Fete—Bid aad Ebant Costumes of the Ladies. The inaugural ball given at the Capitol last night in lienor of Governor Mark ham and Lieutenant-Governor Reddick, waa, beyond doubt, the most brilliant so cial event ever witnessed in Sacramento, and many assert that it fur outshone any thing of the kind in the history even of •San Francisco, which can legitimately boast of being the social and financial center of the coast. Many events of like character have occurred here, but in point of elegance, richcostumory and charming accessories none could comparo with the Markham hftmgural ball. Saetamento does not claim all, nor nearly all, the credit for its success. While it is true that her leading citizens entered into tho spirit of...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 10 January 1891

4 THE INAUGURAL BALL. CONTINUED FROM THIRD PAGE. Miss Etta Birdsall, of Sacramento — White China silk, cut low neck; demi train; snort sleeves. Miss Madge Hassett, of Sacramento — Wiiite and blue striped silk; low neck, V-shaped; dancing length; fan to match; ornaments, opals and diamonds. Miss Josie Drew, of Sacramento —White crepe; Grecian drapery: high neck; long sleeves; dancing length. Miss McCreary, of Sacramento —Pink silk with oversuit of white lace: high neck; long sleeves; skirt, dancing length. Mrs. Fred Adams —White silk; dancing length; bodice V-shaped; ornaments, dia monds. Miss Annie Goepert, of San Francisco —White silk, decollete; black ostrich fan; ornaments, diamonds and pearls. Miss May Klotz, of San Francisco — Cream colored silk,decollete; black ostrich fan: ornaments, diamonds and pearls. Mrs. L. H. Clement, of San Francisco— Cream silk, decollete; ornaments dia monds. Mrs. Edwin F. Smith, of Sacramento— Black silk, with Spanish lace trimming; ornaments, diamo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 10 January 1891

TROTTING INTERESTS. Outlook for a Groat Stallion Race Here Next Summer. Secretary Smith Says the Board of Ag riculture Will Probably Provide a Good Pane Therefor. In conversation with Edwin F. Smith, Secretary of the Stato Agricultural So ciety, upon tlie outlook for the live stock interests in California, he remarked to a Recobd-Ujjiox reporter that more zeal had been shown witiiin the past few years in the improvement of breeding than ever before in the history of the State. "There is not a week passes," said he, "that does not find ono or two Eastern buyers visiting our leading stock farm ers. The. recent impetus given the breed ing of trotters in California lias caused many to seek Investment in the dan of Block here produced, as tliey look upon our colts as phenomenal in point of early development, This, you must know, ia quiti unessential point in trot inghtfrses ol the present day," as, with the average American, time is moneyr 1 and, to not be compelled to wp.it until one is...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 10 January 1891

6 MONSIEUR TRINGLE'S MASQUE. [Adapted from the French of Jules Floury, for the U_cui;n-U>-ioN, by Mrs. >.'. K. White.] CHAPTER I. Never was there a happier man than Mons. Tringie the day he received an in vitation to the fancy ball to be giveu by his friends, the Brous.' Tlie very moment lie read the pleasing request lie resolve I to dress himself as tlie Devil, which was a singular notion for a bachelor whose usital appearance bore a strong resemblance to a sheathed umbrella. True, a month before the announce ment of the bail, Mons. Tringlc had ob served hanging outside the window of Chabre, tho hair-dresser, a strange-look ing figure, representing tho Devil, dressed entirely in red, with a bushy wig' and a long tail. It occurred to our hero that this costume would bo just the thing to produce a sensation in a quadrille. Not that Mons. Tringlc was a fine dancer. In fact, at evening gatherings he •was usually assigned a place at one of the tables where the principal functionar...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 10 January 1891

THE PREVIOUS QUESTION. What is Meant by the New Par liamentary Term. SENATORS WHO CO NOT WISH TO BE CHOKED OFF df DEBATE. Tho Fight Aprainst the State of Ncvrda —How a Baltimore Swindler Tickled the Vanity of Grave Senators to Some Purpose—Some Statistics. Washington, De0»27,1890. Soon after the advent of the new year will follow a foreign addition to our already replete political nomenclature. The idea is time-worn and familiar, but the nunio is French. It is soelled "Cloture." Borne method for stifling the intermin able, useless and senseless staff they call debate, which occurs daily in both Houses of Congress, is really needed re gardless of tho ixiliiics of tho majority. TY> [nsagurate it ut t!ii.- particular time, when the so-called force bill is being urged by the- dominating party, handi caps tho genuine merit which belongs to the measure, sod offers a magnificent field fur the politic.: thimble-rigger to ■rouse the prejudices of the uninformed masses, and to pose himself...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 10 January 1891

8 INDIAN TROUBLES. Fears that an Attack Will be Made on the Pine Ridge Agency. EVERY MOVE OP THE HOSTILES CLOSELY WATCHED. Settlers ln Oklahoma Agitated—All Border Towns Under Picket Guard Kevadn Indians Assuming a Bellig erent Attitude—No Danger of an Outbreak In Idaho. Special to the Record-Union. Pine Ridge (S. D.), Jan. 9.—Yesterday afternoon all the commands in the field were ordered to march from three to .six miles nearer the hostiles. Late last night this waa pul into effect At interval* of two or three days the cordon will be drawn more tightly around the hostiles, until they agree to either come in peaceably or be whipped into submission. The disposition they display to accept the overtures of Geneva! Miles Is susceptible of but one interpretation, and thai is that they propose to surrender and retain their arms or die in their de fense. This is backed up by the fact that a majority of those; who have come in from the hostiles are squawaand children, whom it is desired to ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 January 1891

VOL. EC. AT THE FRONTIER. A Battle With the Indians Looked For To-day. TROOPS CLOSING IN ON THE HOS TILES NEAR PINE RIDGE. Trouble Expected When an Attempt ls Mado to Disarm the Hoslles—The Bannacks and Shoshones Not Anx ious to Go to War With the Whites —No Fears of an Outbreak in Idaho. Special to the Record-Union. Pine Ridoe, Jan. 10.— A courier from the hostiles to General Miles .it 10:30 to night, announced that tbey had reached the mission, about five miles distant, and that they would reach here to-morrow. The great* st uncertainty prevails as to the outcome pf to-morrow. The greatest preeatttions have been taken to guaf_ against any surprises. Breastworks have been strengthened, artillery have been placed on the site commanding the friendly camp.and tiie roads leading into the agency. Hotchkiss guns cover the other approaches and de tachments of the Seventh ('avalry and lirst iiiiantry are stationed at the mos: advantageous points. This afternoon pickets were sent out quite ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 January 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION SUNDAY JANUARY 11, 1891 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO FMBB3M6 COMPANY Office, Third Street, between .T and X THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Pages), Published six days in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seven-day paper. For one year ?6 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 SO Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week. In uli interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealera, Newsmen and Agents. The .SUNDAY UNION ls served by Carriers at Twenty-five Cents per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages). Ts the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year fl 50 The Sunday Union alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters arc agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coust. E...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 January 1891

THIRTY YEARS AGO. Tfi3 Rush for Legislative Positions in Other Days. Ore Day's Crlmos-The Murder of Kato Gerken—Failure of the Lady Adams Company. The Legislature convened in this city on the 7th of January, 1861. There was a large number of aspirants for each po sition of importance. Those wbo wished to be President of tlie Senate were: Pablo de la Guerra of Santa Barbara, Robert C. Clark of Sacmmento, H. P. Watkins of Yuba, Richard Irwin of Siskiyou, and James T. Ryan of Humboldt. De la Queen was chosen. For Speaker of the Assembly were mentioned: Zach Mont gomery, N. Green Curtis, of Sacramento; John ('omicss of El Dorado, B. S. Lippen cott of Calaveras, J. Powell of Sacra mento, P. 11. Harris of Butte, Frank F. Fargo of Alameda. John Conness was elected. The list of candidates for Sar gcant-at-Arms recalls many old-time politicians. On the Senate side were W. F. Williamson of San Francisco, T. J. Bowers of Sierra, W. 11. Prentiss of Sac ramento, George Madeira of Amador, G. \V. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 January 1891

4 ITALIAN SHEPHERDS. Description and Account of Their Every-day Life. -IETHODS OP HERDING. FIELD-CRAFT. FLUTE PLAYING. Inspiration Drawn from the Pastoral Poem W rrltten by "Lorenzo, the Magnificent"—Wakeman Continues Ills Wanderings Among the Peas ants of Italy. {Regular Correspondence of the Sunday L'nion. Copyright, 1591.] Flouenck (Italy), Nov. 27,1890. About the year 14-SO, at the dawn of the golden age in Italy, there were daily gathered at the table of the chief citizen of Florence such men as Pulci, Filippino Lippi, Botticelli, Ghirlandajo and Mich ael Angelo. The host, whose wealth and matchless attainments made him known among the potentates and savants of southern Europe as "Lorenzo, the Mag nificent," wrote a pastoral poem of won drous sweetness and power called "La Nencia Da Barbarino." I was once in a position (being an editor, worse luck!) to have this little-known though surpass ing composition translated for the first time into English, in the original metre, by no ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 January 1891

HOW THEY LIVE. Apartment Life of Bachelors and Single Women. UGHT HOUSEKEEPING AND ITS SEV ERAL FORMS. St Is Not Bad for Young Man-led Folks, and Would be Good for Bachelors and Also for Groups of Girls, tf Only They Conld be Persuaded to Try It. "Light housekeeping has become almost » scandalous term, because of its abuse here and elsewhere; but, nevertheless, there is a great deal of such housekeeping in New York that is eminently respect able, says a writer in the Star. Some times the partners are man and wife; sometimes they are bachelors, and some tunes, though more rarely perhaps, young Women engaged, as tho census says, in "gainful occupations" — dressmaking, shop-tending, literary work, or what not. Most families of this sort breakfast at home and dine at restaurants. Nobody believes, of course, that dining at restaurants is any Cheaper than dining at home. In fact, it is vastly dearer, unless the restaurants be of the 15 cents a meal variety. But light housekeeping dispense...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 January 1891

6 STORY OF TWO LIVES. How Collis P. Huntington Rose From an Errand Boy. THB BRILLIANT CAREER OP COLONEL CHARLES P. CROCKER. Bcmarkablc Tale From the Every-day Life of Two Men "Who Won by Pluck and Energy—lnside History of the Building of the Central Pa cific Railroad. [R. F. Examiner, December 25, 1890.] Charle» Frederick Crocker was born in the city of Sacramento, the Capital of California, December 26, 1854. He is, therefore, at tho present time 36 years of age. His father, Charles Crocker, one of tho most distinguished financiers and railway-binlders of his time, emigrated from northern Indiana to this State in 18451. The elder Crocker was a native of New York, but removed with his lather in boyhood across northern Ohio and northern Indiana into the northwest por tion of the latter State. It was here he grew to manhood and his earliest com mercial venture was in the manufacture of iron. The absence of economic com munication between the different portions of the country forced up...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 January 1891

"A BROKEN DREAM." IWrltten for the Sunday Union by Gale Braith.] * I read the violet-perfumed, black-bor dered letter, and then handed it across the breakfast table to Dick, who, after perusing the delicately-traced chirogra phy, returned it to mo with a comical look of meek dismay. "Must she really come?" "Of course she must. What an absurd question to ask, you silly boy." My husband sighed dismally, "And her two maids included, I suppose. But I really forget, is it two or three ?" ''Two," I replied, briefly. "Ah, yes; now I remember. And a dog, a parrot, a monkey, and ten Saratoga trunks," looking around the breakfast room fearfully. "Are you quite sure thero is room enough in this—in this— What does she call it in her letter ?" "Dovecot," shortly. "Dovecot, yes, that's it. Do you think We can manage to accommodate them _11?" "Dick, dear," I replied loftily, "don't give yourself the least uneasiness. I witl manage beautifully, and I promise you shall not sutler the slightest incon...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 January 1891

8 SOME SMALL COURTESIES. Ignorance is Very Often the Cause of Rudeness. MISS PALFREY CRITICISES SOME NEW YORK CUSTOMS. i>lscouvtc3les of Women to Each Other * —About Father Ignatius—At a Phot ographers—A Rebuke to Salesmen— Second Hands on Watches. One of the excellent customs now in vogue is that of not introducing meuto each other in drawing-rooms. Whether It is imported from England, along with other customs and fashions, I confess I know not, writes Miss Palfrey. And, not being an Anglomaniac, I am not fanatic ally fond of everything English. But this non-introducing custom regarding men I commend from the depths of my heart. Men, being naturally Bohemian in their tendencies, have a general feeling of com radeship for all men, but women are snubbed from prehistoric times down — that is, most of them are —and if not properly introduced to ench other will sit and stare like dolls. If they would but have the good wit to talk without waiting for introductions, what trouble they W...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 January 1891

TOLI3IE LX^iX.-XO. 122. INDIAN TROUBLES. Hostilcs From Canada Creating I Much Alarm. FEELING OP UNEASINESS AMONG SETTLERS IN NEVADA. Contrary to Expectations, More of tlie Warring Tribes A rrived at the Pino Ridjro Ajr<-::cy Yesterday — Use Troop* Keeping a Sharp IxjolvoiiL on Their .Movements. Special to tlie Kecoud-T'niox. Pink Redge, Agency, Jan. 11.—Kot wWintHnding the reports received at iwadquarters last night, the hostile Indi- ' an* did not come in to-day. They havo not even reached the mission, as was an- ; novneed by scouts last night, indeed, to far as the best information obtainable goes, the oily reliable fact is that the Indians have started, and that is all. As to the time of coming into the agency, that is a point which does not concern I the Indians. So many times Indeed, I have they promised.to <•< -;:e in, without keeping their promise, that no reliance c&ti be placed in them. Father Jute, the Jesuit missionary, •who ii^s done yood work among the lms ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 January 1891

2 DAILVKECOKD-l XIOX »IO\I>AY lANTAHY 13, 1891 ISSUED I.X THE SACRAMENTO PUBLJSHM COMPANYj Ofiit-e. Third Street, between J and X THE DAILY RECOKD-UMON, (Six i >j.-_'.<",'. Published six <l;i\s in cu.-h u,r'», and THE SUNDAY UNION, [Eight Pagee . Published e\<ry Sunday morning, making a splendid stvKs-jiAv paper. For one you- §G 00 fixe fix months 3 00 K.ir thiw mmiii- i r.o BabactPwn Hived by Canton a* Fittk^n' Ckxtb per week, in all Ulterior dliet and towns tii" paper can be bad ■>!' the principal Periodical Deali re, *■■ ■■ »na :> and Agent*. The SUNDAY I'NioN N served byCbrrfera &l Tv. LMV-iiVK Qebxb p«c month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve I'ajics . Is tlif> cheapest and mod desirable Ifomp, New* and t.iterarj Journal published on the ! l'aiiiii- I 'oast. Tii.-w ;:; ki.i Ujriojf per year Si 50 Tliohu.ndav ivios alone per year l oo All tbese publications an tent either by Mali or Expr< sstoagi nt« or single subscribers, viili charges prepaid. All Postm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 January 1891

A WOMAN KILLED. Fata! Result of a Quarrel Between Husband and Wife, i«To "Witnesses to the Aftiilr— Story of the Husband, Au<?nste Forgous— Result of Drink. The usual quiet of the Sabbath was broken last evening by a terrible <!■ tic tragedy. About S quarter past five o'clock persons living in the neighbor hood "f'lYnih and L" streets w. n startled by the reports Df several pistol shots and b woman's screams coming from the little opttage on T< nth street, between U ami V. occupied by a Frenchman named Augusle Pocgonfl and his Wife, I§ieneighbors soon collected in from, af the house, and some of them attempts to enter, but they found the dToors fast ened. Forgone soon presented himself and warned the crowd not to enter tlie place on peril of being shot* A yoang man was dispatched for an officer, und he met policeman Lowell at Tenth ,'nd M streets and related whal bad occarye<L Tv officer entered the young man's \ chide and arrived at the scene of trouble iii a irn minute...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 January 1891

4 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. 1 Piled January .">. 1891.] Appeal from Superior < ourt, Los Angeles '. Boanty—Walter \':u>. Uyki-. .;..••..-. i-iir appellant, .li'i.n li. Bickiutl. B"or il- piniiii !ii. Pepper >V: i ludenfeld, K. C. Bower. DEPARTMENT TV "• yfi:.<.>jM i:iai... Kc«pondeiJt, Bornißßas Pacetic • ■•.. (- Vo' I*>o26< Appellant. J • Thin In an action bnmshi bj taevidowand cliiHn :i of .iotiii Si mil , •■ ■' ■ - IXiVi I •l:i.li;r/i - |t>r iv • - •;>■:,! !l. " '.!!• il It II t«i \i:,\ •■ 'Mi-urn •'. "II !h< : 'ii .■••;.<! I l:i--l- "1 '•'■' - 'fni'i.-iiii. Hll'J :•• U«Vc bti 11 .-:.i«—•-■• l«» liv i•■■_:: i •.-• li-'i "f il. I. ll.'iinl :'H i It.- • •>■ ;-•-•_» •-• I'"' jui v :■ ■: imi'-'l :i V«rdl«.*t ft»r ili frinfiilil.Hil'l lii' ...iu-1 i., |..v. ■■:■:. iil..| n m>\ trial, li-.n. tin' «nii.r i;.iiiin--' (.l:.iniiii - motion fi>r v h.i. tri:.| iji Ii lul.-111l tll>l« : !-. i vi! ■- of trial courts granting new trials :■.!:■ not ...

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