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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 31 August 1880

TIIK DAI I V KECORD-UNION. •na^oAi AtCVift 31, is.so. COMMERCIAL. San Francisco P;ouuce Matk:t. SAR FUASCItCO, August 30th—I P. M. ri/orR Taeßi»teol LMiSortua bnnxi about SiO 'ibis -.^x.n. Vie ■•;« a, follows: Bert City lixua, S5 124; . nko«' Hxua, i'b.ab 181 ; Superfioo, i 3 50<_» si- ulterior Extra, f» CO a 4 73: Ulterior Super fine. 03 '-<<-: On cou Extra, tibCfdl 7-; choice do, *5 ; Oregoa SuperSno, ?3 B0®« ; Wall« ft'«!.a Kxtra.t4 bi.e.i 75 ¥ bbl. -if- WiiEii—Tlie morning ncssion ol 'Change was r.otiivahly dull nit- r list week's activity: for or- Li.iitrt sfaippiDg grades time seamed to lie tiiiytluii_f butane* nr demand. Exporters are almost tired of making bids, so poor is the response. Farmers ■who have good grain, aid who can all.ml to stand oS, are ordering their cousignmeuls to be »-are housed. Others who are in easy circumstance*, ami have not vet shipped to market, are making ar ri-nacmciits for a rear's storage at accessible tints. Those who are compelled to ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 September 1880

SCRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY CMOS Kit?, -VOL, MY— YO. 11l 7. DAILY RECORD SERIES -YOL. XXII-NO. 4181 . THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. tntered arthc Pott Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WM. H. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third St., bet. J and R. ; rare daily begobd-cxion Is published erery day of the week, Sundays excepted. For one year.... , , $10 00 'or six months. _ 5 00 Forthiee months 3 00 Ten copies one year, to ace address 80 00 Subscribers serred by Carriers at Twenty-Fit* Ctesrs per week. In all interior cities and towns the Vaper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, newsmen and Agents. Advertising Kates In Dally Becord-Vnlon. One Square, 1 time fl 00 One Square, 2 limes. 1 It One Square. 3 times. i oil Each additional time. M llVeck. 3 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 60 $3 60 ib 00 Hall Square, 2d page 3 SO 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 SO 6 00 Half Square. 4th page 00 3 0...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 September 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WB»n&9 W. KEITOIBEK 1. 1880. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were qnotod at II . fur not" 1907; 102} for 5s of 1881; 111} for 41a; starling, $4 S2<§4 Si; silver barf, 'J3J ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. Silver in London yesterday, ■ 6Sld ; consols, P7S; 5 per. cent. United States bonds, 10f.|; '4s .IMJ; 4}s, 114 J. la San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Moxican dollars, 81 buying, 91} selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9» iA'ti'M M for cood to choice CaliforaH. There was a favorable turn given to mining stocks at the early informal , call in San Francisco yester day. Die market appeared to gain strength as the call progressed. There was an advance in nearly a!! . ■of the Comstockl from Utah on the north to Alta on the south. There was an average advanced 81 in Utah, M._rr:>. Nevada, Union Consolidated, Mex ican, Ophir, Could & Curry, Savage, Hal« &Nor cross, Alpha and Ye...

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

THE DAILY RECORD -UNION, WEDNESDAY. ■ ■■■■... SEPTEMBER 1, 1880. Signal Corn* Keporl— August 31, 1880. '.. rui». I BAK THRiEUM. WIMJ ; ii' 2. VltATlf «.02A.M..... 29.90 157 i 53 S. E. 4 ~j Clear" 'A.U.. 29.94 103 !,52 S. E. 2 .... Clear ■ 5:02 a.m..... 2). 95 !CO ! "41 j E2- .;.. Clear **•» 29.86 | 81 I 31 ; N. 0 ; Clear t>:o2 P. M. ... .129.82 1721 54 IS. W. t . . . . |Clear II ii. tb«., 82 dear-, eft, Uin. ther., 55 Jcgrees. : •<»aih(T ProbabUltles. WAsmxsTOH, August 31st. — For north and rtntjal P»ciSc ooast: Clear or partially cloudy weather. t P ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. array 4; Lunmau's Florida Water. Hancock and English meeting, Third Ward, to nlglit. '• ' ".. . .Stated njeetin? of Union Lodge, F. aud A. M., to night. Plaza Auction House— .V Co., auctioneers. . Company B, First Artillery, meeting to-night. Sacramento Market to be closed this afternoon. An experienced bookkeeper wants a position. Attention publican Sailor Boys' Club. Dr. Oitman lias removed his office. Arm...

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

THE DAILY KECORD-UNION.' WE»XIMPA¥ SEPTEMBKIt 1. ISBO. SAM FBANCISCO STOCK SALES. Sax Frakcisco. August 31, ISSO. MOIIKISO SESSION. 6CoOrhlr. BJMSII 400 Overman ....'.I JO lSMMe^can 12|(al2J 270 Justice 120 755 Gould AC SJ..£rsl! «0 Union ibllttibl 3800 Best* Belcher. l2ll2i| 515 A1ta............ iSi 30 460 California..... 2 S0&31 670 Julia. .....45<<rtOo 770Sav«e .3 40'.ir3i 330 Caledonia J3(_rsoc . 930 Con. Va.....3 40JiJ 66 725 Silver Hill 90083 c 4MCho!lar 4 15 1 New York 30c 240Poto«i 2 70t<r2S 650 Senator 15c 315 H. A N0r..... 5| 700 Phil Sheridan. 25c 505 Y. Jacket 7}«71 383 Lady Wash 30c 590 C. Point 2}(<r2 SJ (ifiOAndes 1 S5(?l 95 410 Imperial Übiiiibe 600 Wells- Fargo 10c 150 Alpha. .....6|_g62 610 Scorpion 2 20&2J B*3 Belcher 2 Vbtff-4 500 Leviathan 2ec 400 B. Nevada 12J.r13 I£o Benton 1 20-. Dll 130 Utah 101 320 ti. Gate 3 K(.'?3 .08 1350 Bullion. 1 7«6el 60 800 C.Dorado. 2£(rf3oc 230Kxchequer....2 3J@S) 150yuinn., 35c 258. Belcher 10* 60 Confidence »...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 September 1880

DAILY tWIO5 > BE?IES-t'OL, LTV— YO. 018. DAILY KLI«_iDSE.iSi..«- -VOL. 4183. THE -DAILY -RECORD-UNION. wintered at-the Poet Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WM. H. HILLS, General Manuzer. rnbUeaUonOQee, Third st., bet. J and S. . — THE DAILY KECOED-IIXIOH Li published eTßty day of the week, Sundays excepted. 'or one year.... . ••' 1 " for iii mentis. f 00 For throe months •• J ■ Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers serred by Carriers at Twenty-Five Oust* per meek. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had ot the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and ents. lilii-rllilu! Bates In Dally Breord-Cmlon. OneSqusn, 1 time... $1 00 One Sijuare, 3 times. 1 « One Square, 3 times. 2 VI Each additional time. • BO lVTeek. i Weeks. 1 Month Halt Square, Ist rage $2 50 $3 CO (5 00 Half Square, 3d po<e 3 50 6 00 8 CO Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 SO 6 00 Half Square, 4th page 3 00 3 00 i'l One Square, Ist ...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UxMOX. Tni;Rsn*Y......r....Bi:iTOißEß S. IBSO. i NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at HO J for Is of 1907; 102J lor 5s of ISSI; 111J lor lis; sterling, ft Bi»4 64; • silver bare, USJ ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. . Silver in • London yesterday, 62Jd ; consols, 979-10, 5 percent. United States bonds, 100! ; is 1141; 4js, 11*4. if la Han Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91J selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s . 4'!£9- 9d for good to choice California. Mining stocks were very quiet in San Francisco yesterday morning. Values showed but very little change from Tuesday morning. Operators are in doubt as to the future, and all appear to be await ing Instructions or developments. | A flra and explosion of powder occurred Tuesday night in the (J .inn mine, near Silver City, Nev., destroying the hoisting works and causing the death : of the watchmin, Victor Laundry....

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

THE DAILY RECORD -UNION; TIItBSBAT. ■ .. ■ ■ . . , ■ .SEPTEMBER S. 1880. ktcual Corps Kepart— September I, 1880. nan. | bib tur '.lien; wu>d U."a hath. 4:02 a.m..... 29.87 00 50 N. IS .... Clear 7A.H .28.88 67 I£o N. 10 ....Clear 8:02A.M.....5<.t>0 70 46 | N. 16 .... Clear 2p.»........«0.y S3 123 N.W. 16 .... Clear 8:02 P. M....'. 29.60 ' 75 I 40 '. W. 6 : ....Clear M«t. tbcr., 80 ic>T«B. llic. tier., eiltirreci. Weather Probubllitlrs. WAsniHSTOX, September Int.— For Pacific coast: Clear or partially cloudy weather. ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Bo7.odont for the Teeth. \ BdftoTa Sar-p.irilla and Pills. llostettcr'i Stomach Bitters for Cliills and Fever. Wanted, situation as Cook or Housekeeper. L. H. BorteD, Andreas Wanted. Wanted— on good city property. Card ol Thanks-James Oarw.lL Wanted— Entry Clerk : rapid penman required. Social Dance at Atlantic Gardens. Washington Lodge, F. and A. M., this evening. Sacramento Battalion, Co. A, I. O. O. I., this evening. For Sale— 2,ooo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 September 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TEC*3D AT........... SEPTEMBER 2, 1880. COMMERCIAL. fan Francisco Produce market. - -■ ' , ' ! ( ; ' • | 1 Sas Fp-akchso, September Ist—l p. a. .We quote brands as follows: Bat City Extra. §35 12J; Bakers' Extra, s:,,„i, 12J; Superfine, $3 bOtec .71; interior Extra, £4 t>oß4 75; mterior Super line, <3 bt)4i; Oregon Extra, rt 50fS4 75 ; choice -do. $0; Oregon Superfine, «3 60@4; Walla Walia Extra, ii bf 4 78 » bbl Wheat—The market is in bad trim fur sellers. On "Change to-day the same dull routine character lied the morning session. Buyers were free in . their offers, but as a rule they were not accepted. For a round lot of 2,000 ctls good No. 1, 11.40 was -. fused, and this piobably is a fair illustration of ..' the v'ews of all interested. Ordinary shipping grades show a wide ranjo, judging from reported sales. A lot of 1,200 ctls fair shipping is said to have changed hands at $1 25, while a parcel of -,000 ctls very good do brought 81 .171 * ctl. For ...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY CNIOY SERIES— VOL. MV— YO. 919. DAILYRGCORD SEIZES -YOL. lill-XO. 4183. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. EnScred aMhc Torn Office ,1 Sacramento as second class matter .. PUBLISHED BY TUE Sacramento Publishing Company. TTM. _______ KILLS, General Manager. Pntiiieatlim Office, Third St., bet. J and K. THB DAILY RECORD-r\IOW tspabllxhad everj day of the week, Sundays excepted. tot one rem..... .. .....$lO 00 For mouths. 00 Forthree months J 00 Ten eagle, ene year, to one address SO 00 Subscribers sorted by Carriers at TWEXTV-Frvx Cutis pet week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be hid of the principal Periodical Dealers. SeTremec and Agents . Advertising Rates la Dally Becord-rnlon. One Square. 1 time.... ■ -?1 00 One Square, 2 times... 1 •» One Square, 3 times. 2 50 Each additional time. SO lWeek. J Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 $3 60 $6 00 Half Equate, M page 3 SO 6 00 SCO Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 COO Half Sqoara, 4th p_i«e...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. F51»AY. ...:........ v s-5-:mbek 3. !»»;'. NEWS OF THE MORNING. in New Tori yesterday Government bonds were i Quoted at i.(; far la of 1307; 102J for 5s of 1881; 1} tor «4*; sterling, H Sag* Sl ; silver oars, U3l ; silver coin, - discount buying, par Selling. Silver in London yesterday, .'_.•;.!; consols, 87 7-10; 5 pervert. (Jolted State* bonds, 106; 4a ii;Ha,lU..f i. f In -.-i Fr.'^i.lisx half dollars arc quoted at par; } Jean dollars, 91 buying, selling. A*. Liverpoo! yesterday wheat »as quoted at Ds ((On 9d for aooil to choice California. The feature of the mining share market in Sua Francisco;.' morning a little spin; i.i Alia. There was no Onion Consolidated sold at the informal call, and only "0 shares at the regular call. Sierra Nevada .iii fairly active at the informal call, out OS shares satisfied the demand at the regular cab." The- variations in price* sincn Wednesday noon wero quite unimportant. Sotno stocks showed a gain and others a loss, but t...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 September 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. riHPAT. .■.■■...■■■.. SEPTEMBER 3, 1880. Signs! ten-* Keporl— September 8, 1880. TIKI. | IAB lUX HVX\ WIND *A'> IVHATU. 4:02 A. M..... 18.88 63 > 5"2 E. 5 ....Clear 7A. M S3. OS ' 1.7 50 K. 4 ....Clear i 8:02 A. M a). 94 171 49 I E. 4 ....Clear BP.M.. 29. 8 l ,SS 24 N.W.4 ....Clear | feW '■•«• M.83 |77 58 :S.W. 6 .... Clear Mai. tier., 88 decrees. Mm. tier., 60 .tfcffreea. Weather I'robabUltleK. tflsßiSGTon, September 2<l.— For Pacific coast : Clear or p*rU^.llj cloudy weather. ADVERTISEMENT KEKTION. HeHerkait'l fourth animal excursion tomorrow Murray & Ls.'imin'» Florida ■ Water, tanamto Huißara— Meeting this evening. Company O, First ay— Meeting toiiisht. Sacramento Lodge, F. and A. M.-Heetinjr this avtniujr. Company B, Vim Artillery— Meeting to-night. Wanted - Position as bartender by a young man. Notice— Sen's in Synappßiie can b9 procured^ Auction Sales. D. J. Elnimcns & Co. Auction next Wednesday. Sberboni & Smith- Auction at Ucnuin...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Ftt1DAY.... ....... ....5E1TE.K1ir.it 3, ISSB. COMMERCIAL. Ban Francisco Produce Market. j : Sas Frascisco, September Id—l p. M. Floor—Tho - China steamer yesterday carried away 13,000 bbls. We quote as follow* : Best City Extra, ib IXJj; Caters' bxtra, tS_as Hi: Superfine, $3 . btXgl; interior Extra, ii £024 75; interior Superfine, $3 50^4; Oregon Extra, .4 50414 75; choice do, ib ; Oregon Superfine, $3 __0««* ; alia Walla Extra. 24 bX, 4 75 V bbl Wdxat—The market drags badly. To-day was the dullest en 'Change in a week. No large parcels changed hands for export purposes. Shippers con tinue to force prices down, and as purchasers are limited in number, holders in needy circumstances . will have to accept ihe situation. The beet sale I that came to our knowledge this morning was a lot of 5,000 ctls very good shipping at »1 37} V ell. An offering of Sib ells good milling brought $1 40 9 ctl. Other transactions include 401 ctls fair milling, $1 27} ; 1,001 do f...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY/ IMOV I SERIKS-TOI- UT-H*. 9180. DAILY RECORD Mollis 1111. XXII- Jio. 4154. THE DAILY RECORD-TOPS. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento MlisMns Company. WH. H. MlliS, General Manager. 'Publication Omee, Third at., bet. J and K. ZZ TIDE DAILY K_ECORI»-rMO\ j la published erxy day ol the week. Sundays excepted. For one rear.... ......J................ $11) 00 I for six i__.ui_.i_iß. ....'. • 5 00 Fortlirefl months 3 CO Tea cobles toe yea, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served by Currier, at Twenty-Five Onm par week. In all interior cities ami towns the !>»_■ em be had of the principal Periodical Dealer.. Newsmen and Agents. Advertising Bates In Dally Bccord-Cnlon. One Square, 1 ttme...;..:.T..... .$1 OS Oae Square, 2 times 1 Tf 000 Squats, i .taw 2 50 Each tddiiiouEi time. 50 I Week. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page ft SO ?3 £0 ft 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 SO. 6 00 8 00 ■Halt S.ju we...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 September 1880

NEW PUBLICATIONS. The Ixdisco- Country. By W. D. Howells. : Boston : -" Houghton, . Mifflin & Co. Sacramento: Si W. A. & C. S. ttitnmhie*. iTj|l[ai||lHt3ll'(.'<!ijllllA l 5J| Decidedly this is the best book which Mr. ". Howells has yet given us. • It is a sermon in a story. It is a volume cf reason in the form of a novel. In brief it is the story of a % learned physician of rural parts, who discov ers certain mesmeric phenomena in the wak • ing and sleeping hours of his daughter, who is a young woman of; purity of • life \ and marked spiritualty, and is blessed or cursed with an exquisitively sensitive nervous organ ization. The doctor finds that he can exer cise certain will-power and control this girl in her actions ; hold her in a trance-like state, and through her do apparently marvelous things. • He begins to investigate, is led ;to _. the belief ' that he has laid hold upon | the tbreshhold of the undiscovered country. Perfectly, sincere ; in this, he falls an • eas...

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

SET IN A SILVER SEA! A ~ ROMANCE BY B. L. FARJEON. lUTHOR OF "BLADE O' GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES," "JOSHUA MARVEL,' •T "KING OF NO-LAND," " THE BELLS OF PENRAVEN," ETC. " ;''..".. ir-f-- ff-f- Af^fi -i CHAPTER XXXI. I'.ANF APPEARS BEFORE Ills JUDGES. When the interloper was clear of Ranfs house he felt as if he had escaped from prison, but once beyond the Valley of Lilies and oat of immediate danger, the enchant ment returned, and it seemed to him that he must have had a glimpse of the dominion of a magician. At the same time he was animated by a feeling of resentment to wards Ranf. He glowed with indignation at the affront to which Ranf had subjected him, not thinking that he had offered suf ficient cause for it. It was in a tone of scornful defiance that Ranf had said, " Use your discovery." lie was a young man, eager for revenge, and not being cast in too generous a mold, he used it to Ranfs dis advantage. Ho did not make it public. He sought advice from a high authori...

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

frHE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SATi:U»AY...........SIJ*Ti:_tIBKK 4. 1880. THE WEEKLY UNION. The Weekly Union is issued this morning. _• It is sent out twice each week, because it is issued in semi weekly pari a. Each part contains eight pages of matter; thus each subscribe! receives sixteen pases of matter per week. There is no weekly Journal on the coast that can make such a showing. The great advantages of the semi-weekly- issue plan are quite generally understood. It enables a vast number of reader! to get the news as early and fully as through the medium eta daily, because in many parts tin Postoffiee is not reached by the subscriber oftencr than twice a week. Events happening after Friday, and prior to Tuesday, are made known through the first part of the Weekly Union on Wednesday, and those occurring the other daya of the week arc to be found recorded In the is*ue of Saturday. By subscribing to the Weekly Union the reader gets full telegraphic and news reports, choice literary readi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 September 1880

THE DAILY RECORD -UNION:' BATIU!tAT. ....'. . : . VsEPTEMBEtt 4. VsSO. ! Bl;n<u Corps Stcj>urs-fcriiUiiiber 3, 1880. r VJO. 1 «£R jTBRjnCII! WIHB HAh tV£iAlB, 4*2 A. ...... 29. £9 fGsj64j S. E. 6 .... Clear ' 7 *••■! ■-.«.::; 70 '44} S. E. 2 ....Clears !s:0-2a. m..... -Mil :72 it 'S.E. 2 ....Clear' 1 2p. Ji........ 88.88 90 25 X. W. 1 .... Clear - 8:02 r. >..... 28.81 I19!_ S7 I S. 5 ■■■■ Clear Mix. ther., SI liesrrces. Win. Hior., 62 utprees. Weatl)«r Probabilities. - WAsmKBTON, September; 3d.— central and southern Paciflo coast : Clear or partly cloudy weather. Jt;r; J KADVEaTISEMEST MENTION. Atlantic — Concort and social dance. Express Exchange — opaning tonight. Notice — Bremer i. Co. Pioneers— Sptcia! meeting this evening. r Gvmnasiumi:o-i, take notice -Meeting M.::.i'.y evening. First Artillery Regiment — Regimental Orders No. i 7. Found— A bank deposit of $125. i Sacram3nto Commander}-, No. 2— Meeting to-night r.\ll-iou aaceusion. by Prof. Van Tassel!. Bnsljiesa .-.d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 September 1880

THE UPPER COLUMBIA. CONTIHUATioN OF THE ACCOUNT OF A TRIP UP THE COLOMBIA Story or a Railroad— Walla Walla— Wheat Reßlon— Immigration- Towns and Villages ; Walla Walla, August 24, ISSO. : ( This place is reached by a narrow-gauge railroad about 32 miles long, that connects Wallula on the Columbia with the rich farming region that lies close under the Blue mountains. Wallula is a miserable looking spot, that owes its entire impor tance to its availability as a landing-place for steamers, which led to the construction of the railroad two years ago by a wealthy and enterprising citizen, Dr. D. S. Baker, an enterprise that added nothing to the importance of Wallula, but greatly enriched the projector, who is one of those men under whose manipulations the com monest things in life some way turn to gold or its equivalent. I knew Baker thirty years ago at Portland, ■where his capacity for accumulation was only partially developed. He was one of the few individuals who left that place in it...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 September 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. HE FORGOT THE BULLET. j It is but seldom that the comic element enters into attempts at suicide. " 'A divert ing exception to the general rule is afforded by the suicidal . enterprise of a' Hungarian engineer, j resident at Temesvar, who, be ing a steadfast votary : of = Bacchus,, had drunk himself into to unsatisfactory 'a state of mind that, a few days ago, he determined to put an end to his existence. Having provided himself with a' pistol, and locked himself up in a private room of a hotel in the town,' which apartment he had specially hired for : the purpose, he pressed the muzzle of the weapon against his left breast and pulled the trigger. Tlie usual explosion followed, and the would-be suicide fell to the ground, where he lay patiently for several minutes, waiting for death. Dissolution, however, failing to set in as promptly as he had expected, he presently arose, left the hotel, and walked home, with a view to dying comfortably in his own apartment....

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