ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 17,002 items from Sacramento Daily Record-Union, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
17,002 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. IKIUAY 4A.M.IUY 2.-!. 1880. The San Francisco office of the Daily Rkcord-U-MOX and Weekly Union is at 208 Montgomery street. . NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government, bonds were quoted at 104 £ for to oi 1907 ; 103. for 5. of 1SS1; 1-.7 for 4}s; sterling, 84 i'.'.^t 85; silver bars, ____ ; silver coin, J discount buying, pur selling. Silver in London yesterday, < s_*. ; consols, _ _ 7-16 ; 5 per cent. United States bur-ids, 105 * ; 4s, 107.; -_s, IK ; _>■ San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; trade dollars, 96 buying, 90} selling ; Mexican dol lars, 96 buying, 96 Jr selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat wet quoted at 10s 1.l to lis '-.1 for average California while, and lis SJ to 11* 7d for club. f. „' : The feature of the stock market at Sau Francisco yesterday was the collapse in Lady Bryan. Wednes day this stock was Selling at ._to ._ 1.".. Yesterday the stock Bold at 50 cents, then down to 1.. cents, closing at 30 cents. Ther...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 January 1880

____________________________ jgEDAILY RECORD-UNION. f "-"* Ar ' --XIABY *._■, 1880. signal .rtrps Kepon- January fi, lrM. - *""* „-■ SAKjtBK lies: Wi.s.i R, _ «____■. HfA.se.... 'so.lß 'tl _*....!o__r so. -'•_."" '_"''-*- <* 2 » S. 0 ....Clear *ft* 30 *'** 1 * 3 -» 8. 4 ....'Clear R-oi.-i'"" 30 13 ' SS « S- « ' ....'Clear 8 - 02f - M 80-10 1 53 80 N. K. 5i.... ex. ther., .*■ I __gr_e_* m _ ther.. 39 .leirrets.' i Weather 1'r01. .-.iiiliii.-.. W__.nt_.QTc_., January __4—Midnight.—lndica tions for ' North Pacific coast r. gious, threatening light rains ; Central and South Pacific coast re gtons, partly cloudy ; light rain in Northern Cali fornia. ..-I *^ ■-."'• ADVUi-.-iiaEMEtri' ___.HT.b-*. A. Gonr.et— Exempt Firemen's Association. Sc-tti,h Ball- Caledonian Club. N^ S. G. W — Weekly Meeting. Pavilion— Walk Match. Ytc Bean publishes card. 0- -- - Tribe— Meeting to-night. Union Sen ices at M. K. Church this evening. Ketten Concert— Congregational Church. Auction Salts M. J. Simmons ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 January 1880

THE DAILY-- RECORD-UNION. FBI »AT ...J-tXIAKY IX. IMSP. CALIFOENIA LEGISLATUEE. '..MIXIKU raoa riRST TAGK.] "eiitlcman-.- motives Is introducing this bill, but I Save io doubt he Intended to aattdpate the mem .,.,: of the Workingme'i'. party. Why, sir he boasted that he did not intend to obey tbe wishes of his s.,.Btitlieats. were elected upon a plat form which holds us responsible to the people for all J.iir acts Hut ••«-- moves in a mysterious way Hi. wonders to perform.** We of the Worliingmcn a „ rt, intend to keep our pledges to the peopl-*. She have kept them. Tall: about making political anit-l' Who la making political capital. In the ______ of justice, I -weal to the Republicans on this iW to do ixi „..s..u-e. and allow the members of our raity to introduce this bill. . - ---"■*•'.. 1 itr Avrnosv-Mr. Speaker, my mind is made up to rote tgainiit the motion to recommit. The two bills arc alike except in one paitieular. The one by t-'c • .itieman fr mi Sao Francisco contains so...

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. — 24 January 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. II HIT mm*. SERIES-VOL. \LIX-VO. 7477. DAILY IWIHI SEKIES-TOL. -\VI-->O. .'479. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THK Sacramento Publishing Company, •IV. H. 1111.1..*, General Manager. oil cation Office, Third st., bet. J aud K. toe daily XI I OIUI-l \f<i\ Up_.___.mi -Tar. .__> ut the eat, Su_i__>_ _.*.___. Jot one jew «10 (x For six '..,.[, 5 qc. Forthre. ___nth_ , "." 30. Ten O-ples oue teat, to one address ! 80 00 Suli.cr.rf_r- .erred hi Carriers it Twajmr-Five _•__.__ pot ____. In ail Ir.ie-rinr cities and to -_» the P*l*er emu he __. of the principal Periodical _>______. newsmen _ c _ ,__,,,_,. AdverlWlDK Kate* In Dally Becord-Tnlon. One Squire, 1 a,,,, oj ,£ One S.j .are. 2 ___>__, 1 7. e-n*Si|u;_r.. 3 time* 35, t--~- additional lime. '. 50 _ „ . IW* I Weeks. 1 Month Halt 8. -are, lit pace «2 50 $550 __(.«. Half Square, 2.1 pa_e 3 50 6 00 6 OL Half Square, 3.1 [....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 January 1880

[FOR THE RECORD. CNION. 1 SET IN A SILVER SEA ! IfA'l ROMANCE EY B. L. FARJEON, AUTHOR OF "BLADE t> GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES." "JOSHUA MARVEL,. " KING OF NO-LAND," "THE BELLS OF PENRAVEK," ETC. THE PROLOGUE. THE LEGEND OF THE SILVER ISLE. Part ll.— Expiation.— (Cont in ued.) . His hut being built, he set to work upon the task he had determined to par- , form. Cutting down a huge pine tree, he dragged it inch by inch, to a clearing in front of his hut. The labor was herculean, and no man but one possessed of enormous physical strength and amazing inward sus taining power could have accomplished it. He lopped off the branches, and cleared the tree of all excrescences, and when the huge plain trunk was before him, he be gan to fashion it into the image of the Savior stretched upon the Cross. The base of the tree, which was of astonishing girth, formed the apex of the design, and ad mitted of the carving of the outstretched arms. In storm and sunshine, by night and da}-, ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.' OUTDOOR AMUSEMENTS. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE LOVERS OF FIELD SPORTS. fin this department, as the head indicates, we pro pose to make record of current sporting events. Communications to the paper coucernin . such matters should be addressed to the " Outdoor Amusement Department *'] . : CAtr Cu_.T_r.E. — Levi Davis, Forest ville, Sonoma county, the carp culturist, sends the ___. ; d-Unios another interest ing letter : Since last writing to you *I have had about forty letters ol inquiry to answer, and I now propose to answer the most |! iii, "nt ones through your col umns. First question : " How do you build your ponds,?" Answer : My ponds are on a narrow- spring branch, and I male them by placing two stringers across as far •part as 1 want my dam thick, boarding it up, -and then excavate from where 1 want my pond, and filling in between the two as: high as I want my dams. Be fore filling I place a sluice-box at 'the bottom through the dam, with a a flood) ate...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ATI' RUA V JAMAH* 24. I*WO. TnK San Francisco office of the Daily Record-Uxiox and Weekly Union is at _0_ Montgomery street. THE WEEKLY UNION. The Wkekxt Vst'.tt is issued in semi-weekly parts nf eight pages each, bat it costs the subscriber not on- cent more. He receives sixteen pages each week of choicest selected and original matter for 82 per annum, and an advantage accrues to him which he can gain from no other paper, to wit, the receipt of his paper in the middle and at the end of each ■week, thus bringing the news to him fresh and within a few boars after being recorded upon the tablets of the day. The departments of the Weekly Union are very numerous, but not so much s I as to be cumbersome. On the contrary, they are so ea gerly read that the dexan 1 is for their enlargement. Special labor is put upon each department, and every one has the care and supervision and practical judgment of journalist- of long experience in the best walks of the profession...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. <*ATUI_I»AV JVM Alt V 24. 188-. *7 — f-—.- — Plgnal Corps Report— January '£3, li-se. Tins. | ,Ak TUX U.S VIM lf_l.SlUf.AtU. 4.0' a. « .30.13 j43 82 Calm i... Clear 7A. M '30.14 40 91 N. XV. Sl."--. Clear 8-02 A. K. '30.14 42 91 -i. XV. 41.... Clear -F. -~ 30.1- 5. 48 N. 5 1.... Clear 8:02 f. » 80.10 !,0 72 S. 5 [■■■■ Hazy Mix. ther., 59 degrees. Mm. ther., 33 de_reis. Weather Probabilities. Wasuixotox, January 23- — Midnight, — Indica tions for Central and South Pacific coast regions, partly cloudy or clear ; North Pacific coast regions, lieht rains. ADVERTISEMENT MENTIOK. Metropolitan Theater. -Wanted— A girl. Wanted— v partner. Red Jacket, Ho. 23, to-morrow. A. 0. U. W. to-morrow. Interest in a paying business. A. O. V. ,V. Grand Lodge Committee, Arcade, Sunday. Auction Sales To-Day. liy Hell & Co. .'.' .-■■'■: }!# Sherburn 4 Smith. Business Advertisements. Jones A Martin, removed. Dray fur sale. Noli.; : of dissolution. Bed House. LOCAL INTELLIGENC...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 January 1880

ARCTIC ROMANCE. Nordenskjold's Story of the Swedish Expedition. An Interesting Account of Perils, Adventure and Triumph in the Arctic Seas. The Long-Sought Passage is Traversed by the Great Explorer. i A Recital of His Perilous Voyage in the Frozen Regions — Some Ac count of the People of the Arctic Zone. [Translated especially for the Record-U.xion from Swedish journals.] . . The first written communications from Professor Nordeuskjold, after the successful accomplishment of his object, have been eagerly awaited, not only throughout Scandinavia, but in a 1 countries where the gallant explorer's expedition has been watched with so much interest. The first detailed account has at length reached Sweden by the last mail from Japan in.the form of a very ping letter from the Professor to Doctor Oscar Dickson, the chief pro moter of the enterprise. It contains highly interest ing particulars relating to the climate, botany and inhabitants of Eastern Siberia. It will be remem bered that th...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. — —^— —^_ ..... COMIC MISPRINTS. Same of the Queer trrors of tie Types. [From Macmillan.) The following are specimens Where waddling in a pool of blood The bravest Tuscans lay. whe * ,fw "waddling" read " wallowing. " Ihis provoked Pope's ayah," where for ' read "ire." In a passage on William, Rufus occur the lines : Who spacious regions gave A w.str/u. beast ! Where the original has " a waste for beasts.'' No triumph flushed that haughty Broven Only differs from the original by the capital and the addition of the final letter to the last Word. In a reprint of "Lord TJllin's Daughter" occurs this curious reading : Come back ! he cried in Greek Across the stormy water. Here is a new version of 'icott : He i- gone on the mountain. He is Inst i. the forest Like a sjintner-dried fountain. When our need was the sawdust. Here a variation on Macau lay : .',.. t red glare on Sjtiddaw ro___d vtie burglars ■■, Carlisle. Another : Herminius and black Anster, Grave chapl...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 January 1880

THE MILY •RECORD-UNION. BATH.I>-T , . •— JAXIAKIf -4. I-SO." TELEGRAPHIC. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. MATTERS AT WASHINGTON. How Affairs Hava Been Conducted in China by Consul Bailey. PRESENT OUTLOOK IN MAINE. A Sudden an Alarming Change— The State House Again in Danger. r___WVG_-B9 CMUC WEST BY KAIL. Investigation into Causes of tha Colored Exodus from ths South. MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN HEWS ITEMS. "L-i-J' .. ,Z.iz ■: ■_■ •— ... . '•- - Havana Experiences the First Earthquake in Her History. — ' ■ Elc Elc '"'-- Elc • Etc tic fc,c " .'.:■: i.^L-V-'-.f''-' DOMESTIC NEWS. The Situation in Maine. the fusion legislature. Augusta, January 231.— The Fusionists to-day met at Union Hall, but only part of the members were present. Dickey put the following order: That 1 . A. Sawyer, Secretary of State, be directed to notify municipal officers of towns and planta tions that a new valuation of the State prop erty is to be made by this Legislature, that said officers may appear ...

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. — 26 January 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. II AII V T\lO\ SERIEWVOL. TLl\— 7477. DAILY UECUUD SKItIES-VOL. XVI— 24, 9. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post (Office « Sacramento as second daw matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, »M. H. HIM.*, General Manager. Publication OfHee, Third hi., bet. J and K. • ■ ■ THE J» iILY KF«<n:ii-f\IOS '• published even ins of the week. Sundays executed. Joronejear.. g lu 0C F'/riii mouth*. 5 Of F*»r thrt*» mouth* , ............ 3 OC Tea oo[>iaa one year, to one addreai 80 (*. Bubtcriben lerYed br Carrier* at TiriMT-Firr v/ENTS per treat. In ail I:.:_r: d'',-.i and to»n» the P«t*r <*n be had of the principal Periodical iMaJura Aawimea and Agents. Ailvrrllalns Kates In Dally Record-fiilon. One Square. 1 time *1 oc toe Square, i Him*. 1 7;, we Square, 3 tlm«« a \t K»oh additional time. .'.". at, _„ _ lW«t JWwki 1 Month n«!f Square, lit paw J2 50 »3 50 $5 > 'rijif B.|uarß, 2a pave 3 60 6 00 I tX . Half Square. 3d pa«B 3 00 4 60 6...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOX. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE FARMER AND THE ORCHARDIST. Thin Department Is prepared for the Sacramento JucorSSj-n-ion by it* Agricultural Editor . . All matter relating to the agricultural interest will be found under this head! EXHIBITING SHEEP AT THE FAIRS. At a meeting of the Board of Agriculture, held immediately after the State Fair last fall, a resolution was passed "that no sheep be admitted to competition at the fair with blankets on, or that had been blanketed since last shearing." The Secretary was instructed to notify sheep-breeders of the resolution. The action of the Board in this respect has given rise to considerable discus.-ion, which ■we are permitted to publish forthe benefit of the sheep and wool interest. The discussion is in nhapn of letters to the Secretary in an swer to the notice required by the Board. Cue correspondent exhibitor writes as fol lows: I most heartily approve of the resolution passed by the board. . I...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. IN THE WEST. ■ A SACRAMENTAN IN ILLINOIS— WHAT HE TH.IMG OF. THE COUNIEY. - The Weather— lced sidewalks and Pedes . trian Experiences -California Com pared with the We si ' Farmingto.v (111.), January 19, ISSO. I 'eel that I will be amply rewarded and compensated for all trouble and expense incurred in making the try) here. lam enjoying myself ever so much. The peo ple here are very genial, kind and hospita ble—seemingly caunot do enough for their own personal friends, but also cannot do enough for their neighbors and townsmen's friends. .re, in fact, the guest of one family is the gue3t of all, and all strive and are retiring in their efforts to make one comfortable and happy, and I must say that they certainly succeed most admira bly, for I never had time pass more nn notieeably eu 1 rapidly than since my ar rival here, and you might say the same rule would apply as to time ever since* l left Sacramento. The system of RAILWAY TRAVELING Hi- been reduced and ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 January 1880

THE DAILY RE CORD -UN I ON. MO\»AV JAM ARY 36. IS.SO. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York Saturday Government bonds were i ] quoted at 101} for 48 of 1907 10SJfor6scI 1881; | ll>Tj tor <i<i; tt«riin)f, $4 f3@4 85; stiver .ton, IMJ ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. Silver in London Saturday, 52]; consols 981; 5 per cunt. United States bonds, 105*; «=■, 107*,; 4J«, 111. Tii'. ! : ;■■:; / Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; trad-; dollars, 65 buying:, \WJ selling; Mexican dol lira, X buying, BGJ selling. At Liverpool Saturday \vhea« was quoted at 10s ;t'J tolls 2-1 for average California white, and 118 Id to 11s 5d for dub. Minimi stocks ««re weak in San Francisco Sat urday. Compared with the sales Friday morning, Utah showed a decline of 31 59, Sierra Nevada £1, ' Union Consolidated #1, and most other Washoe de- j scriptions from 10c to 75c. Belcher sold up to $12 25, a sain of $2 37)., but subsequently receded | to $11. The outside stocks were fairly s...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 January 1880

THE DAILY : RECORD-UNION. HOKDAY. JAMAUV 26. IPS*. •Ismni fnnw Kniori- January »S, I**". ruuk. j U> .tlUl i 11 .41, I.M ;KA'.VWKAtii. 4:02 A. M.... 23.9* •- 89 S. 12 |....'Cloady 7a. H 29.98 44 92 S. W. 7..... F..ir BCt2a. 80.00 46 77 ' W. 3 I ....(/.car tr.x. 30.01 51 40 ,N. W. 8,..-. Cloudy 8:02 P. ■• 80.03 II i.i j W. 4 | .10 [Fair M >«. 'h. r 52 l.jre« Mm. ther.. 43 desrr«< B. Weather ProbabllltJCK. Wahiii.noton, January 25th — Midnight.—lndica tions for Central and South Pacifia coast regions, clear and partly cloudy weather ; for North PaciSc coast regions, Tally cloudy weather. a U>V£KTISJSMJifiT JBJcXI IVCs. Metropolitan Ti eater. Eureka Soda) Club. Georgs W. Miuiks — Lecture. Apollo CTub F-lizabeth Williams. Stolen— A gray mare. Strayed. Wanted —Waiter*. Business Advertisements. Masks— Dak &. Co. Jamet I. Pi . ■ r .<- Co. Fulton Market. C. P. K. R. time card. Paints RaynoUs &Co Rooms to let. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Coumitatiipn OF Sektshck. — The Governor...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MOMUA¥ JVMAUV ««, ICHO. •tsrnM. Oarna Ki-«.Ti-Jniiui«ry 25, lfH«. t.^iv. | *AM .lii'n IlLBj *1»1) K_I.\\VBAIU. 4:02 a.m.... 23.94 j4B 88 ! S. 12 I. ...'Cloudy 7A. M 23.98 44 92 S. W. 7j....!Fair 802 a. X..... 30.00 (46 77 i ■W. 3 ■■•■ ( '-'-' 2r. H 30.U1 51 40 N. W. 6 .... Cloudy 8:02 p. ? 30.03 144 80 1 W. 4 | .10 ; Fair Mi». ther. 52 Itarr-'es. Mm. ther.. 43 rtegTw. 8. Weather Prul>abtlltJcn. Wissmmv, January 20th — Midnight—lndica tions for Central and South Pacifin coast re^iona, cleir and partly cloudy weather ; for North Pacific coast regions, generally dond; weather. iX»k£IWI3KMJiMT JHIcHliV^. -.../ Metropolitan Theater. Kiin-ka Social Club. Qeorg* W. Minns— Lecture. Apollo Club Elizabeth Williams. Stolen— A gray mare. Strayed. Wanted -WaiUrs. Business Advertisements. Masks Dale ft Co. James I. Feller A: Co. Fulton Market. C. P. K. K. time card. Paints— UayiiolJs it Co. Rooms to let. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Commutation ok SfcNTLNCE. — The Governor h-» c...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. There are . nine women in the London School Board. _;,,. . ."■:<,.■ In icing cakes it will be well to dip the knife often into cold water. • l Platinum and gold are of ten used in com bination in jewelry and in the setting of diamonds. ■ Salt extracts the juices of meat in cook ing. Steaks ought therefore not .to be salted until they have been broiled. Designs of birds wrought with peacock and other feathers, in natural colors, on canvas, are among novelties* in fancy needlework. „,-..*. .■ „ Catherine de Medicis is quoted as having asserted that the highest thing to be said in praise of a woman is that she can cook a good dinner. The newest form of women's neck wear in Duchesne lace is a half necklace which rivals the lockets and bows in web work which were popular last season. A new contrivance for holding cat flow ers is of frosted glass, and represents an open parasol suspended by little chains in tiie window or from the chandelie...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 January 1880

TOE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THE MACKEREL. The mackerel, which commercially ranks next to the cod among salt-water lislie-9, is also partial to a cool home, though it 13 • found somewhat further south than the coii. Like the last named tish, it seeks j very cold water in which to spawn, pre ferring that of which the temperature is but little above the freezing-point. In stead of enjoying cold water all the year round, however, as the cod seems to do, there is a possibility that the mackerel hibernates. Seeking a soft muddy organdy bed at the approach of winter, it buries itself therein, ih-t drawing a scale or him over each eye. Whether this lilm is an apology for a night-cap, or the result of a dropping of the eyelid through extreme drowsiness, or due to providential de sign, or development according to en vironment, a la Darwin, is yet to be decided ; hut the existence of such a covering to the eye during hibernation has been proved by examination of mackerel ■which have been dragged f...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 January 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. M9\Dll' JAXITAKI' 86. 18*0. SATURDAY'S DISPATCHES [SPECIAL TO THE KECORD-CNION.] NATIONAL CAPITAL ATFAIES. Examination into the Causes of the Col ored Exodus Continued. PASSEXGERS €O.Ul\« WEST in kail. Another Accident on tho Few Ycrk Ele vated liaiiroad. ARF..4NGZ3IEST KEGArDirG TES nuns. A Prominent Kew Yoik Official Sued far Slander by Els DaugSiwr. UHSCEI-LASEO'JS ITEMS Or FCREICK HEWS. Tbe Official Banquet in Honor cf Gsnsral Grant at HiV^a. Ktc Etc Etc. I»!>slF>TJ<' NEWS. Capital >■<>:<•-. from «»""• °"» Orrr spitllli :'■>!■ WASHINGTON, January — The Demo cratic members of the Hou*e Committee on Ways and Means privately he] ! an important conference yesterday, with a view to deter mining whether or not a general tariff bill should be reported this se.-sinn. » The senti ment expressed was decidedly atrainst framing any comprehensive bill, but there was con siderable disposition manifested in favor of making some changes in existin...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
x
Loading...
x
x