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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DULY ITNIO* SERIR4-VOI.. *ClI"f-JH>. Ull. DAILY RECORD SERIES- VOL. XVI— XO, *«9. QUADRUPLE SHEET. ANNUAL REVIEW. The Trade of Sacramento for the Year 1879. ill' '" — M^W^^mS^B^^^- :JJJf'r'r-r- - v-,- , ; r , It Exceeds that of 1878 Gvir One anil a Half Million Mars. % THE IM?OETA?IC t ', MS G2OWIH OF THIS LADE CLNTEE. The Volums of Biisineaii^r'l Ag gregates $29,273,800, Exclusive of Banking, Insurance, Real Estate and Many Other Transactions. LOOKING FORWARD TO I*B > WITH «tt__»Wn«S ASTICirATIOSS. -a ' - ••-'*;;-•'■ The Record-Union again presents its re view of the commerce and trade of Sacra mento, on this occasion embracing the period covered by the year 1879. Not until Janu ary 1, 1876, was any accurate commercial re view made, with statements of fact setting forth the amount of business done and the volume ' of the trade of the city with various sections of the State, and tlii< first effort was due to this journal. KOR THE TEAR 1877 All...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

2 THE DAILY* RECORD-INIOX. QUADRUPLE SHEET- AN ORCHARD PEST. NATURAL HISTORY AND HABITS OF THE CODLING MOTH. Successful Experiments for the Extermina tion of the Insect— An Appeal to the Fruit-Growers of California. To the fruit growers of California and all whom it may concern : It is unneces sary for our purpose to detail the amount of damage done the apple, pear and quince crop of central California since 1.">74, by the insect pest known as the codling or apple moth, a? unfortunately it is too well known. In June, 1^77, ■we commenced our investigations to obtain reliable infor mation of the natural history and habits ol this pest of the orchard, [ and respectfully submit the result. The moth belongs to the family Tortriccs, the worm the larva of the Oarpoeapta Pomonelia (the codling or apple moth). The moth passes the winter in the larva state, and, in some instances, in the chrysalis form. Toe larva can be found under the loose bark, in the crotches or indents or cracks in th...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Till BSBAI . . . ...... . j imik y I, ' 1889. QUADRUPLE SHEET. TWO HUNDRED Special Detailed Statements Concerning . Representative Business Houses of Sacramento. Tbe Grocers, General Merchants, Manufacturers, Importers, Arti sans and Dealers of Sacra mento to the Trade. . How They Do Business and Their Claims. What Inducements they Of fer to Buyers. The Claims of this Trade Center Set forth in Detail in these "Lines." AGRICULTURAL IM- LADIES' CLOTII INC. PLfcMENTS. LIQUORS. ARTISTS' SUPPLIES. LUMBER. BANKS. MACHINISTS. BLANK BOOKS. MARKETS. BOILERS. METAL WORKERS. BOOKSELLERS. MILLS. BOOTS AND SHOES. MIRRORS. BOX MAKING. MILLINERY. BREWERS. MOLDINGS. BROOMS. MUSIC. BRASS WORKS. BUTCHERS. OILS OBOANi. CARRIAGES. CARPETS. PAILS AND TUBS. .; ■ CARRIAGE TRIMMING. PAINTS. CLOTHIERS. PAPER HANGINGS. CONFECTIONERS. pianos. CRACKER BAKERS. PLANING MILLS. CROCKERY. PLUMBERS. OUTLERY. PORK PACKERS. POTTERIES. DENTISTRY. PRODUCE. DIAMONDS. PRINTING. DOORS AND BASHES. DR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

4 THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ! TIICRSDAY-. ..IA.MAKI" I,lß*o. QUADRUPLE SHEET. CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD. EEGISTER OF EVENTS WHICH TRANS PIRED IN 1879. A Year of the World's History— Political Matters— Obituary— Accidents- Floods— Storms— Marine Disasters— Etc. We again present to our readers the an nual record of events, which is carefully compiled especially for this journal. In order to facilitate the publication of this large issue, and to prevent the keeping of an immense amount of type standing, we publish in this part of the paper the record of the first eleven months of IS7O ; and the continuation the events of Decem ber — will be found elsewhere. , POLITICAL. This department embraces political events of in terest which have happened during the year, except such as are local to the city and county ot" Sacra mento. JANUARY. 2 — Fitz John Porter inquiry resumed at West Point.... Governor Talbot, of Massachusetts, in augurated .. General Sheridan replied to Schur;.' letter on Indian af...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

, AUGUST. : Army of the Zulus dispersed, and their King a fugitive.... Exceedingly warm weather in St. Louis. 4- Labor troubles at Fall River, Mass. :.-'■ 6 Negro John Williams examined in connection with the Dunn affair at Wheatland and discharged. Apache outrages in Arizona. s— Yellow fever at Havana City of Marysville decided to commence an injunction suit against the mining companies who are sending down debris. B—Serious8 — Serious labor troubles at yuebec. Blue Stocking Base Ball Club of Sacramento victorious over the lutrepids of Marysville, at the latter place.... Omaha Base Ball Club defeated at I San Francisco by the Knickerbockers . .-ensation.l ■ report published of a difficulty between Senator Conkling and ex-senator Sprague, on account of family matters. - •■"- '"'.. ■-'.. -r'-j f 11— Serious riots at Belfast, Ireland. 12— Keene's Fa'setto made the Lest two-mile time at Saratoga ever made by a 3-year-old. 13— Captain Webb swam from Sandy Hook to Coney Island. 14— Ranis...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

6 BUSINESS REVIEW. [CONTDiUED FBOM PAGE 3 ] • [BrSINBM STATEMENT— CONTINUBD.I name rate, according to tbe department system in which he purchases, jobbing or retail. The interior dealer may by this system •f the Mechanics' St nre keep his stock con stantly fresh and up to demand without heavy investment. "■■-, ■ '■•_ •'"' The house buys wherever it deems it can do so to advantage. It is bound to none— confined to no circumscribed mar ket. It lists upon its buying books hundreds of houses, in great numbers of places— the best houses and factories in the United States. It aims, wherever pos sible, to buy direct from the manufacturer, and in the strongest competitive market. The Mechanics' Store embraces twelve distinct departments, which are noticed separately in this review m the proper sections : 1, Dry Goods; 2, Fancy Goods ; 3, Men's Furnishing Goods; 4, Meu .-i Clothing ; - >, Boy's Clothing ; 6, Yankee Notions ; 7, Hats and Gaps ; 8, Millinery; 9, Boots and Shoes 10, Wholesal...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

■ SAUTED, LOST AND FOUND. Advertisements of five lines In this department art, Inserted for 25 cents for one time ; three times tor Su oent. or 75 cents per week. ■ A YOUNG MAN OF EXPERIENCE WANTS a situation in a good bu-inef« firm Under- stands bookkeeping, shipping, invoicing, etc. Cad give Al reference. Address "F. K. 11.." this office. rj dSO St* PARTNER WANTED— AN ACTIVE BDSINE?S man for a well-establ.shed whole ate house, >- partner ; capital required, -" 000 to $(1,000 .',!- -■ dress, with references, •is. t.." t- i- ..ifla;^. .lim-ti" ' WANTED- MEN WITH A LIiTLE BEADY . cash, to represent us in ever)' t-nvn, city and mining camp, to Introduce <iur new staple articles. TiuvKJsa Aokntk Wj__st__». Send stamp lor circulars. STANDARD iIASUFACTUt INC COMPANY, San Fraucisco, Cai. gi^-lpfliu SI.OOO REWARD. THE UNDERSIGNED Witt GIVE (»!.«••] One Thousand Dollars lie*, ior the amst and couviction of the person o- persons wh<» at- tempted the as,-. i--... aria. of James Sldnu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

8 THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THMMSAV ....... irttefi"* QUADRUPLE SHEET. NO PAPER TO-MORROW. The Rbcord-U.mon, in aoeordance with its aunual ustom, will not be published to-morrow, bat on | aturday morning the usual double-sheet will be is- . sued. __ NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were noted st 1041 for Is of 1807 ; 103 t for 5s of 1881. 100J for 4Js; sterling,.}! m_*X%* Vi Bilver bars, 1181 ; silver coin. JIJM discount. Silver in London yesterday, 62j; consols, tf! 9 IC; 5 per cent. United Stat*s bonds, 10CJ ; 4s. IOC: ; 4js, lODJ. Is San Francisco half dollars arc quoted at par ; trade dollars,' 95 buying, 96i selling; Mexican dol lars, &6 buying, 96} selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s 8d tolls Si for average California white, and lis ed to lis lOd for club. Unite stocks were steadier in San Francisco yes niay morning, vith some elements of a better tone here and there. Sierra Nevada advanced 82, Mexican £1 75, Ophir $2, and other...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-tJNION. T111'1WDAY....... JiMABY 1, Is 80. Signal Corps* December 31, 187», rum. i ■SAA rill, ..ell wind Kis 10.i1., : _____ a : i ___ 4.02 a.m.... 30.47 j 32 .100 i N. 2 *.... : Foggy »»•» *>.« . ,100 N. 4 .... 'Foggy B*iA.u 30.48 32 100 N. 5 .....Foggy 2r. m 80.38 42 79 N. 5 ....Clear 8:02 r. M. . . . . 30.33 3a 82 N. W. 3■■ ■ . Clear M .x. ther., 44 degrees. Mm. ther., 27 legrets. Sacramento river, at 11 p. a., 15 feet 4 inches. Weather Probabilities^ Washington, December __ls,t—Midnight.-Indica tions for Pacific coast regions : Clear, except rain in the North Pacific. ADVERTISEMENT MENTIOft. Races it Agricultural Park Saturday. Public installation— Sons of Temperance. Attention, Republican Sailor Boys. Sacramento Battalion, I. 0. O. F., to-night. Dr. Henry Slade, medium. Military orders from Colonel Haymond. Card of thanks— Sar jfleld Guard. Auction Sale. Crow ell & Caverly, Friday— Well kept furniture. * Business Advertisements. Ackcrmafl .': Co., crocke...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

10 ■■ a t aT - " * --a -. ».a., a. . a . . - -, business REVIEW. [CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6.] BOOTS AND SHOES. Wholesale and Retail Dealers. [See Dry. Goods.] -JAMES PARSONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 603 X .... ' . STREET. fjaj.f James Parsons has one of the finest es tablishments in the interior of the State, and one which does credit to the city of Sacramento. Mr. Parsons is his own im porter, getting his stock direct from the East and Europe. His purchases are in variably for cash, and he is thus enabled to get "the ten per cent, off," a fact which permits him to sell at lower rates than any other competing market. His stock com prises full lines of men's, youths', ladies' and children's wear. This house has a man ufacturing department, in which none but workmen of first-class ability are employed. This gives his custom-work an enviable reputation. He also does a jobbing trade, which, on account of the character of his goods and the low rates at which they are sold, is rapidly increasing. Th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

BUSINESS REVIEW. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10] GLASSWARE, CROCKERY. Fancy Goods Toys— Plate— Cutlery. ACKERMAN & CO. CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FANCY ANT) OR NAMENTAL GOODS, PLATE, ETC. .LOCATION, 628 AND 031 J STREET, AND 920 AND 922 SEVENTH STREET. There is no business in Sacramento which illustrates more strongly the ad vantages in the more strongly the pre tages in the market than that pre sented by Ackerman i. Co. The house began here in a very simple way and is bow one of the most extensive in interior California. Its manager is Mr. Block. It Makes a specialty of all grades and kinds of crockery and crystal wares, and also of I rockery and crystal wares, and also of the line and finished crockcryware known to ceramic and decorative art, to which so muck attention just now is being attracted. Of white goods Ackerman & , 00. import directly the make of Charles j Meakin Barslen, England, which 1 ouse '. turns out the best goods known to the i trade, and also keeps the new pattern ' ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

12 THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. QUADRUPLE SHEET. fFor the Record-Union.] WHITE-LIVERED BROADBRIM. JUNIUS HENRI BROWNE. Matthew Irkel was the eldest of three sons of Quaker parents, who lived near the Tillage of Grafton, Mass., and who by hard work and rigid economy had gained a small independence. They had a farm, on which almost anybody but a thrifty New England farmer would have starved, and they were so bent on farming, as they call tilling rocks in that section, that they de cided to rear their boys to the same severe and unremunerative occupation. Matthew, however, had no fancy of the kind. He had a bias in favor of the law, and after ac quiring an ordinary education at a neigh boring academy, he went to Worcester to engage in legal studies. Soon after reach ing his twenty-fifth year he was admitted to the bar, and then he announced to his parents hia determination to seek his for tune in the West. They tried hard to dissuadehim ; but, finding that his mind was made up, they parted ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

BUSINESS; CAEDS. JAMES McGI'IRE, MANUFACTURER OF IRON DOORS, SHUT- ters. Railings, Gratings, House-work and smithing in general, No. 148 X street, between fifth and Sixth Second-nand Doors for sale d22-4ptf 1856. F. FOSTER. IS.9. BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK __fjj Book Manufacturer, No. 83 J street, between Third and Fourth, Sacramento. ■ d'2o-4ptf MRS. BR. S. E. BOWERS, i IUK t.U'F.UTIST. - - OFFICE ' AND JJ Residence, No. 919 I street. Office hours— Ma.M.to 4 p. M. Consultation free. dis-l-i'm' W. It. KNIGHTS, /CORNER OF FRONT AND L STREETS \j Highest price for 11,." -. Sheep Pelts and Tallow. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest mproved Sausage Machines, Stuffcra, Lard Presses, Etc. Prompt cash returns made for ail c nsign- meuta. d!8-4ptf _____ a J.CKOI.T. CARLE A CROLT, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE- pared to do all kinds of work in their me, in city or country. Principal place of business, Sacra- mento. Shop, 82 Second street, between X and L. Post-office Box, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

14 BUSINESS REVIEW. [CONTINrjED FROM PAGE 11.] LlQUOßS— Continued, [CASEY AND CRONIN — CONTINUED.] French brandies and imported wines. Their imported cigars are direct from Havana manufacturers, and their domestic brands are of Eastern make. As they purchase direct from the manufacturers, their expenses being comparatively light, and freight charges being, greatly in their favor over San Francisco merchants, they are enabled to undersell any house in the latter place in the same lines and quality of goods. This is fully verified by the fact that the business of this firm has in creased at least GO per cent, within the last two or throe years. This firm has purchased the right to the use of the John Mathews patent soda-water bottle. WILCOX, POWERS & CO. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE WINKS AMI LIQUORS. 505 X STREET, BETWEN FIFTH AND SIXTH. . This house recently started and now being managed by old and experienced liquor merchants, may justly claim to be the real pionee...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

BUSINESS REVIEW. [CONTiXUSD fsoh PAGE 14 ] WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS. Shippers of Produce -Commission Mer chants. LYON and BARNES, WHOLESALE PRODUCE j DEALERS 4KB COMMISSION merchants. , j This firm occupies Not. 121 and 123 J street, near Second. The firm dates back to 1800, and presents its claims as the ' leading house in this line. They deal in all sorts of ranch produce, except grain, in cluding potatoes and all other vegetables, butter, eg- 8 and cheese, also honey, dry j fruits, beans, etc., and while intending to ; deal only in the products of the Sacra mento valley, alio endeavor to make up for ; any deficiency that may occur and at all times keep up their stock from the most available source of supply in distant mar- i kets. They bring potatoes from Salt Lake, and have this fall obtained onions by car ; loads from Careen valley. The firmly established advantages of Sacramento as a market for all kinds of produce, vegetables and poultry, find in this firm strongest evi denc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1880

16 - -„' •■• ' :- ----- ■<■. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Catered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter , PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WM. H. MILLS, General Manager. faMlcatlon Office, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-TNION £s published ever/ da? of the weak, Sundays excepted. "For one year ....$lO OC For six months. • •••••••...... .6 00 For three months • 3 OC ' Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at TwesTi-Frvz • Oum pet week. In all Interior cities and towns the ! paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. ', Newsmen and Agents. ad-rertiilnx Bate* In Dally UMord-Unlon. One Square, 1 time.... ■ 81 On One Square, 3 times. 1 75 One Square, 3 time*. a 50 : Each additional time. X lWeet J Weeks. 1 Month I Half Square, Ist page *2 50 *3 50 $5 On Half Square, 2d [>•*(« 3 50 6 00 8 IK' Half Square, 3d page 3 90 4 50 6 X ; Half Square, 4th page 3 00 3 00 ' 4 00 : One Square, Ist page. 3 50 6 00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. nAiiY rxiov Br.ttirH-VoL.XLiI-^o. it", DAILY liYA <>Ul> >• *.:*> -YUL. XYI-VO. >»*». THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered a: the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento j PublisMng | Company. WM. If. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third st bet. J and It. THE DAILY OEIM MO> I» published areryiUrot the week. Bandars ei«pt«d. For one year.. .............."..■..V.....^....|10 00 Fur iii months. , 6 00 For three months ....•.•.. SO" T»n eoples one >«i, to one address 80 00 Buhscrfben served bi Curlers at Twiktt ' Owts pat weak. ' In all Interior cities and towm the ■" Paper can be had of the principal FtriodlosJ Hosiers. Bewsmeu and Amenta. ■■':::. A«TcrtUlnx Bale* In Bally Kocord-l lon. ' One Square, 1 t1nM..Y......V............. »1 00 : One Square. 1 time*. 1» One Square. 3 time*... 4 IN ■sob additional time. '..J..... X ', - 1 Week, t Week*. 1 Month Bait Square, lit pas* ....$? 50 IXO *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE. [This Department Is prepared for the Sacramento . Bkcokd-.Union by its Agricultural Editor. .■ All matter relating to the agricultural interest will be found under this head.l OBANGE CULTURE IN CALIFORNIA. The orange is said to be a native of tropical India, and according to ancient records was, some time during the eleventh century, intro duced into Arabia and Persia, and from thence to Spain, from whence it spread into different parts of the world where the climate was sufficiently favorable to warrant its cultiva tion. The orange groves of Florida are not indigenous to the country, but were un doubtedly brought there in the early settle ments from Spain and cultivated for a time and then abandoned with the changes which time and revolution wrought in that section. The orange was also brought from Spain to the southern coast of the Pacific, and the first orange groves of Southern California ■were planted by the founders of the old mis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION". A GORGEOUS PICT URE. AT THE THEATER AND AT CHURCH IN rTTRTfITMAS TIME. Some Account of Holiday Observances In the City of the Sea— The "Birth of tie Butterfly." San Fjuucisco, December 29, 1579. Christmas week has seen a gorgeous pic ture at the California Theater, the prettiest j scene, surely, ever shown us here. A spec tacular piece is presented to the public •which smacks of demons » n H the lower re gions, and which ia built . _i a faint plot and a very wreak dialogue. Vet it gives opportunity for a darky, a female contor tionist, a song or two, a man in a woman's j dres3, performances in the air and ballet j dancing. Thett imported Kiraliy dancers are the best-looking ballet dancers I ever saw, and One, at least, is graceful in her movement. Usually, they have been thin, prominent - featured, no longer young, with spidery limbs, painful coiffures and a Smile so set and stagey it seemed to have grown into the face like a mouth or an eye. But these two a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION: ».ITIKI>A¥ ...... JA.MAKV 3. ISHS. THE San Francisco office of the Daily Record-Union and Weekly V'Kios is at 203 Montgomery street. WEEKLY UNION. The Weekly Uxios will soon present the first chapters of B. L. Farjeon's great novel, which will be published in America in the columns, of the I Dam only. Muring the legislative session about to open the readers of the Weekly Union will be kept fully informed of ail matters of interest trans piring in the Legislature sod will be favored with reports of the proceedings, which the readers of no Either journal will enjoy. The Weekly U.vion is issued in semi-weekly parts, each one containing tight pages of matter. These semi-weekly parts go out on Wednesday and Saturday of each week, and carry the news to the people fresher, sooner and more frequently th in is possible with th* old style of weekly. Not, at the beginning of the year, is the time of all others to subscribe for the best family, news and business journ...

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