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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 29 September 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ■\vu».\e*:»av. ....... BItPTBHBBK to, issc. NEWS OF THE MORNING. la Sew York yesterday Governm bonds woe quoted »tJOBj fat Is of 1957; 102* for 6s oIlSSl; 10S v for 4Js; sUrifag, "ii 62@1 841; giivcr b-.rf, 114. Silver in . London yesterday, 62', ; consols, »7J ; 5 per cent. Onlted Slates bouiU, 105J; 4s, llli;4i«,112J. In San Francisco half dollars are quote 1 at J dfa •ount to pir; Mexican dollar*, to] bu>ic<r, Oil nell !r.j. At IJTerpool yesterday wheat was quoted M 9» -4t@9B 3d for avirajro California. In the San Francisco mining stock market yestcr tcr<l»y morninsr tliere wad quite a concession in some deKtiptiODS, especially Uniou Consolidated, on which an assessment _is expected. This stock opened weak at (he early informal call, and there were 10 and 20 shire pieoea sold at $17 50 to $IS. ■ Oo the regular call the tales were laiger at 61S and ii|>.y.tnls, closing: at $13 87}. It U two months since tbia Ft"ck was down to $13, and in the mea...

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. — 29 September 1880

Tg^AUiY_RECORg_-IJKipg. IVEDXESI»AT........Sr.I*TFJIBr.E 29, 1880. ■itrn.il -r-rrn September 28. 1880. TlUt | »Af iTBK UUM WIMI I KA'l> I UfttATU. «:02A. M.....29.93 f.T : C.I S. E. 6 .... Fair 7a. *........ 39.02 f.3 ; 70 .S.E. 3 ..:. Clear t>:o2 a. *...». 30 . 03 «0 05 S. 8 .... Clear "ir.it -29.9S iBl 35 IS.W. 4 .... air S.-02P.M 30.00 IC; ti-2 I •■. S. .... Clear Ku. ther., 82 ieifr«es. Mm. ther., 63 aefcTeea. TVeatlter I'roimlillliUn. Washi> September 23th.— For Pacific coast regions : Clear or partly cloudy weather. ADVERTISEMENT . MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Widow Bedott "Combi nation. I'.epubliun meetings— Hon. Henry Edgerton. Republican rneetuij; — Governor Ceo. L. Woods. Attention, Boys in Blue- This evening. Hiss Emma M. Rone— Vocal culture and piano. Endowment Bank, Knights of Pythias— To-night Champions <t the Red Cross- -This evening:. .Swimming at Katatoriuin— Prof. Daily, teacher. Business AdTertißements. Kirk k Co.— Pfunder'e Bljod PurMter. Glorious n...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 29 September 1880

THE BAILY. RECORD-UNION. WE»SK*II>AV ...SEPTEMBER 29. IRBO. COMMERCIAL. PSan Franoiaoo Produce Karkct. Sa* Frascoco, September 2Sth— t. y. FLOUtt--Purchase3 iii Central American and Chinese account keep trade lively. The Oregon «t«amer this moniinj; brought 1,500 bbU. We quote as follows: -. IScst City Extra, *j 12J ; ■ Bakers' Extra, $5@5 V2J; SuptrSne, $3 60<g4; Ul terior Exlra, H lOSli 75 ; interior Superfine, £3 50 (gt; Oregon Extra, $1 50S 1 75; choice do, $5; Oregon SuporDne, iZ 50@4 ; WaUa Walla Extra, «4 50(34 75 98 bbl. Wiieat— The market just now is about stationary, 1 while the indications arc that bottom bat bean touched. • This being Collection Day, several opera tors absented themselves from ' Change, evidently surmising; that business would be dull. Contrary to (joncral expectation, however, the volumo of transac tions was anything but light. | Although values did not materially improve, thcro wa9 a mneh better feeling, and the situation (tonernllT appeared more...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 30 September 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY F!fIOV SERIES -♦OL, LIV-NO. 9SO?. DAU.*BECOi£D.E<tI&S-VOL.XIII-SO. IMS. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. CittercdM the Post Office at Sacramento as second cUss matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento PnMsMng Company. . WM. 11. Hills, General Manager. I'ubllcatloß Office, Third si., bet J and K. THE DAILY KEIORD-I I» published everj day of the week. Sundays execpted. For one year.. . $10 00 For months. 5 00 For three months.... 3 00 Ten copies one jcax. to oiie address 80 00 Subscribers served t.y Carriers at Twenty-Five Cknth per week. In all interior cities and towns the £aper oan lie hnj of the principal Periodical Dealers. Kewsmea and Agtmts. <rlt.iins Kates In Dally Kecord-Cnlon. OceSqna«i,ltiiiie.. $1 00 One Square. J times. ..... 175 One Square. S times 2 SO Each additional time 50 lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Squars, Ut page if 2 50 *3 50 *5 00 Half K<intre. 3.1 page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square, ten page 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 30 September 1880

THE DAILY RECOiID-UNiOK. Tar«*e»*y...;......gEPTE;ißEH 3i>. I8S«. NEWS OF THE MORNING. 1 Hew York yesterday reraraent beads wt re qnot*l atlP>: for 4a ol V T; 10IJ tor it of 1831 ; \m for' 4£9; Eterlicn, ?4 82(21 S4J; silver barr, 113. Silver In London yesterday, 525 ; consols, 97} ; 5 per o .*.. United Ratal bonds, 106 J; ... .lnl; 4*B/ llSj In San Fraucusco iult dMUre arc quoted at -„ •'■!« count to par; ' Mexican tlolUrs, 0] bnjintr, 91J seU II : At 'vcrpool yesterday whwt wr>s quoted at 9a iitr-33 8a for avcrase California. : Mhiliur stocks were Irregular in Sail Francisco yettardsj cnls '. At the close of the Board at 1. ion, after selliiij; op to R3, Union Consolidated •was freely offered a $21 50. The other north end Kc.kH were steadier, and generally from 10 cents to S7i c*nts better than the best rates Tuesday moru ing. The Gold Hill stocks were a<so fairly strong at a slight advance. Northern Belle sold down ti $10 75, aud Mt. DiablntosG 25. The Bodie stocks sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 30 September 1880

THE DAILY RECORD TItTBSnAY ..:.... SEPTEMBEK »0, 1880. nicnnl <!.>rps !*tep«rl— Sfpicmbcr SJ, 1 I8«0. .. -. TIMII. 1 «A» iraalHOM »iaD iIA'K WEATH. 4:02 A. H..... 10.01 167 C 3 ! S. 0 .... Cloudy 7 a.m........ 30.03 £.7 S. E. 6 Cloudy B:02A. M....". 30.05 53 C 5 |B.E. 5 ....Fair 5p.h........ 29.:»9 78 3J I S. 6. ....Cloudy H:o2r. it.'.... 29.99 di 52 S. W. 1-2 .... ClouJy tUz. tr..-r., TSdesreM.; Min-tker., 53d<«r<!fc». tTvixlber S'rohaliiliile-. WAsmsaros, September 29th.— racific coast r Rteoa: Cloar or fair weather, except in Wasliins- j ton Territory, whore light rains v. ill occur. • ADVESTISEMENr MENTION. Metropolitan Tlioatcr— Widow Bedatt Combi nation. Testimonial Densflt— Le«vy«nd Cray. I. O. O. l\, Schiller I^jJ I,';1 ,'; to-night. I". A. <3. D., Fidelity Grove to-niijht. Furnished Roooi3— Clunie's building. La.l Wanted— UechanicV Store. Young Man Wanted- -"Mechanics' Store. Fireworks To liiirUt—Kic'hmoud Grove. .. K. of 11. Unity Lod?i>— Entertainment to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 30 September 1880

THEjAILY RECORD-UNION. ! TIfi;R!4l>AV ..SEPTEMBEK 30. IfWO. COMMERCIAL. San Francisco Produce Karkst. ■ Sax Frakcisoo, September 23th—1 p. w. '■ Fi.oib- li in good demand. We quote various l.rands as-follows: Best City Extra, 85 J2J; Bakers' Extra, «5,55 12J ; Supertne, $3 50@4;ui t«rior Extra, $4 £034 75; interior Superfine, «3 50 04; Oregon Extra, $4 60«4 7; I choice do, #5 ; Oroeon Superane,. 43 BCKgI; WalU Walla Extra, t4 60^4 75 V hhl. • : Wn»AT—Business Is tuproving, and the volume of transactions is daily increasing. The English markets are beginning to exhibit more life, and the Liverpool quotation for other than Epot lots comes through at an advance. Sales on 'Chance to-day include 4,000 ctls good milling:, M 40; 1,000 do do, $1 40 ; 800 do do, $1 40 ; IS6 do do, SI 40; 8,000 do do, $1 37}@1 40; 250 do No. 1, SI 37J : bOO do good Kiiip|"n;'nr, $1 35 ; 000 do do, $1 35 : 300 do do, 51 32} ; 200 So. 2, #1 30; 180 do do, $1 30; r..000 eio fair shipping, n S7J ; 600 do do, «...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAELT I'.VIO V SERIES -VOKi lIT-3TO. 9203. BAIJLi SECCBD SEUIKS -TOL. IUI-SO. 4J07. THE DAJLjrjtECORD-UNIOK. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WM. H. 511H5, ; General Manager. PnblieaUon Office, Third st., bet. .1 and K. TIIE D.ULT ORIM AIOX Ib published BT«y day of tlie week. Hun Jays execpted. For one year. i...... ....$lO 00 For gix months. 5 06 For three months 3 00 Ten copies ona year, to one address 80 00 ■ Subscribers Ferved hy Carriers at Twesty-Fite Cents per week. In all interior oities and towns the paper can be ha/1 of the principal Periodical Dealers. If ewsmeu and Asaots. AdvertlKlnK Balea In Daily Beeord-Unlon. One Square, 1 time .....SI 00 Ono Bquare, 3 times. 1 75 One Square, 3 timaa 3 50 Each additional time. 50 • ■ , , 1 Week. 2 Week*. 1 Month Half Square, lit ps*e *2 5n $3 50 *5 00 Half S(|uare. 3d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square. 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Ha...

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

THE MILY RECORD-UNION. FBl'.Ml' OCTOBEIt 1, 18S0. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New T<}rk yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 308} for 4b of 1907 ; 102} for 58 of 18S1 ; * lOSj for 4}s; sterling, ?l 61J<34 81; silver bars, j 113. Silver In London yesterday, 621 '< consols, 87 11-10 ; 6 per cent. United States bonds, 105g ; 4s, Uli ; lie. 112}. In San Francisco half dollars arc quoted at i dis count to par; Mexican dollars, £0J buying, 91 i sell- Ing. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 0s 4d@9s 8J for average California. Mining stocks were dull and un ntcresting in San I Francisco yesterday murnw.fr. Trices were lower all round, the decline varying from 5c to 75c per share. Eighteen of Vistorio's Apaches were ' recently killed in Arizona by General Can's command. John McFau.l 'n, a poHoaman, died suddenly of heart disease at Los Angeles Wednesday night. The body oi an unknown man was found in an old tunnel at Keno, Nev., yesterday, with a bullet wound through the hea...

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

THEDAILYRE€ORD -UNION. FK1DAT.........:.:...::.0iT0nER 1, 1880. glgttal fun* Report— September 30, isso. TIV.K. j sau jthr uvu WU>D -_ ha'j> WBATH. *:02a. u.....Z>M 51 ' Sojs.E.B ... Cloudy a. M 29.97 54 ,80 ' S. 4 .... C.oudy 8:02 a.m....: 29.97 |57 75 S. W. 2 .... Cl.uiy 2p.m........ 29.83 71 36 >S. W. 4 .... Fair 8:02 r. m. .-r:. 29.90 163 C 5 |S. 8 .... Clear Mw. ther., 71 decrees. Mm. ther., 49 iteirrees. ; ADVE3TISEMENT MENTIOK. Metropolitan Theater— Widow Bedott tonight." Members of Ued Jacket Tribe— Mee ing this even ing. •• .-:. „; . -" Attention, Sacramento Hussars — evening. Republican meeting to-night — Governor Ueorjje L. Woods. ; V.; ■ Hancock and English rally— First Ward to-night. Auction Sales. Martin Pflug & Co. —Second-hand turaiture. V Martin Pflug k Co.— Saleof dwelling-house and lot. Sherburn & Smith— Furniture, carpets, stoves, etc. Business Advertisements. William Ellery Brigjjs, M. 1)., oculist, aurist and physician. John A. Wilson, furni...

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

THE BAILV^RECORD-UNION. J_inAV.."--"'-.."-.--OCTO_E_ 1. 188 . COMMERCIAL. San Francisco Produce Karket. Sab Francisco, September 30th—lr. m. Floci— quote: Best City i Extra, S3 12J; Etktre" Extra, ?5,.af. 12J; Suptr iue. «3 50^:4 : in terior Eitra, $4 50 54 75: Interior Superfine, «3 60 «;; Oregon Extra, U 60(84 7; choice do, $5 ; Orcaron Superfine, «3 60@4; Walla WiJla Extra, f4 :,'.i54 "5 14 bbl. .: Whk.at— There is a very pronounced improvement in the demand, and the tone of the market i» ap pcrently ranch stronger. Ou 'Change this morning a. comparatively large amount of business was trans acted, thontrh there was nothing in the negotiations of dealers to indicate any special movement. Every thing appeared to more along complacei'lly and in routine, and the fact that large sales were made un der such circumslances is pretty good evidence that x substantial basis has beau reached for extended operations. Sales embrace 1,700 ctls choice milling, Si 42}; 1,200 do sixi.l do, SI 40 ;...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. I>AILY r\lO\ SEKIEft— VOL. > lIV-Ko. 9J03. ©AIL* KBCOUB SEKHM-YOI.. MII-Xo. 4207. ; HALE & CO., CEITEEION:STOEE. WE DENY THAT WE ARE SELLING OUR GOODS AT GOST OR BELOW COST! ■ L L ■<3T In our long and successful mercantile career, we have never done any but a riegitimate and honorable business. We certainly do not propose to change our : system now. . WHY SHOULD WE? We are not foolish enough to start in business in any place where we cannot • make a reasonable profit, enabling us to cater successfully for the interests of the public, as well as ourselves. If anyone doubts the justice of our methods, we would simply ask : WHY lIAVE WE OPENED THE BUSINESS HOUSE OF HALE BROS. & CO. IN SACRAMENTO WAS IT TO LOSE HONEY, BY SELLING OUR GOODS AT COST OR BELOW COST NO ; What Then 4iT We paid Sacramento a visit before we opened here ; we examined every store in the city; we looked through their goods; we investigated their expenses, finding them...

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

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE sri» FARMER AND THE ORCHABDIST. fTki. Department U pr,r"e.l for the ItAUBm. 1 .-°. -'.ab-I'MOK l>y its Asricmtural 1-drtor. All r relatis to the agricultural inter** will be ■ - f OTrad nnder this he»d ] • The Insects Doomed. .' 1 For several years past it has been evident that the early hopes of fruit-growers in this State— that our climate was unfavorable to the spread of insects injurious to fruit— was hope against hope. The codling moth has been spreading rapidly in all the valleys where fruit-growing is an important industry, and for a few years it has been invading the orchards of the foothill?, on both rides of the great interior basin. The apple and pear crops have been Bteadily decreasing under the influence of its depredations. The qual ity of these fruits has' also been deteriorating. In fhort, the worms have taken our apple and pear orchards, and orchardists have be come disheartensd and discouraged. Not only this, but...

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

[FOR THE EECORD-UNIO«.J SET IN A SILVER SEA ! A ROMANCE fcVTHOB OF "BLADE O" GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES," "JOSHUA MARVEL,' " KING OF NO-LAND," » THE BELLS OF PENRAVEN," KTO. CHAPTER XXXIV.— Costin ted. "The entertainment you furnished," continued Harold, "was princely. No wonder your friends were always ready to stand by you ; you gave them ever of your best, and there was uo stint to your gen erosity. After dinner we adjourned to the theater, some score or so of gentlemen, flushed with wive and eager for pleasure. But you, Mauvain. were cool and collected ; I have noticed that wine does not intoxi cate you, and that in th: midst r.f the greatest excitement you never commit yourself to an indiscretion of speech. This is one of the qualities which have enabled you to retain your supremacy over those of weaker minds with whom you associated. You spoke of the girls whose performances ive were about to witness certainly with enthusiasm but at the same time with moderation and ...

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

.'the DAILY record-union. : 811 ttt0AT.. . .... . . OCTOBER B. 1880- THE WEEKLY UNION. The WekkltUsion i* i-suid to-day— is, its second par: of tight pagea is sent out, (or the Ukiok appeare twice each week, each part consisting oi eight pages. Thus cieh Weekuv Usios embraces sixteen pages of choice news, critical and business matter tor borne, ctßce and firetide, street cir.farm and shop. Mutters occurring between Friday and Wedncsdiy the subscriber to the Weekly Usios obtains full knowledge of in the semi-weekly of Wednesday, and occurrences happening between Wednesday and Saturday are reported to the patron of the paper in the semi-weekly of tur ay. Its departments, which arc recognized as leading;, are : Editorial writing upon leading social, political, sci entific and other topics of the day ; agricultural comments, selections and news ; telegraphic, coast news and market quotations ; literary matters, em- j bracing Vook reviews, religious, scientific, art, fashion, mechanical,...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 October 1880

THE DAILY : RECORD -UNION. gATfmjiy.r;..:.. J ...;..eCT6cKit X 1884 J. '"■- Signal Cori>a il.-Vclt-Ontubcr 1, ISBO. . tiyis ... | 5AiT;nsK hd» WI*D ra'k "•■RATH. 4:02 a.m...'.'. 29.W CO 86 I S.E-'8 .. . Cle«r 7 A.M........ 19.97 .61 B<i S. E. 5 ... dor 8:02 A.«.:... 30.01 1 S3 j 80 -S.*4f :..~ Clear •2p.m.'...".... 30.00 i 70 : 44 ST.'W. 4 .:r Clear a.o2r-.M.....jg>.03 53 I 70 3.-W. 6 .... C!e»r_ Mo: i£cr., 71 "•ii^rtcu. Mia. ia«T., 4r. Ji-jtbc*. , vreathfr I*ral>abjn<lc». | WjaniKGTCS, Ocio!>er Ist.— For Pacifle ccast re gions : Partly cloudy weather and lijfht raius north of CnHforuia. ADVESTISEMEN MENTION. Metropolitan BepuUican Rally, Hon. Henry Ed^erton, Monday night. • . :.;; . Metropolitan Theater— Ma'ines and to-night— Widow Bedott Troupe. A. O. U. W.— Union Lm!gc social to-niglit. G. Uaines, Kepublican oajosiitte fjr Police Judge. Pioneers* funeral notice. . Atlantic Gnrdens, Sunday. Lost— Gold rir.;;. F and A. M., K. T , t>ni,-' t. Lan.i Lcaxue meeting...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 October 1880

THL DAILY RECORD-UNION. Eetered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter j PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing -Company. ; wa. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication OClce, Third si., bel. J and K. • THE DAILY OKB-I XIOX I> published every day of the week. Sundays excepted. For one year. :............... *»? W For six inontlis • 2 XX Forthree months • • <• J« Ten copies one year, toone address 80 00 Subscriliers served by Carriers at Twenty-Five Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. . AdverliMlnc Kales in Dally Ilccord-I'nlon. One Square, 1 time .....7...... 1} 00 One Square, 2 times...... • i» One Square. 3 tim.-s • 50 Kadi additional time. 50 lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist pago 82 50 $3 50 $5 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 S 00 Half Squire. 3U page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Bquaro, 4th page 00 300 4 00 Ono Square, Ist page 350 500 • 700 One Square, 2dpase 5 00 7...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 October 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 'WHICH WAY IS YOUR MUSKET A P 'IN TIN' TO-DAY?" In a little church in the State of Virginia, Some negroes h;£d gathered to worship the Lord ; And after the service they had a class-meeting. That each for the liaeter might otter a word. Their leader exhorted md spoke of the warfare Which Christians should wajje '^ratiiat error ahvay ; And finished by a kins the f ilowing question : ■ '• Which way is your muskets a p'intin* to-day f One after another they g»ve their experisnee ; . tSome . brothers were happy, some lukewarm or : cold: ■ ;■ One saw his way clear to the portals of flory. Another had strayed like a lamb frum the fold. At last Brother Barkis— a renegade member, And Satan'- oomp uuon for m in> s day — Arose, cleared hU throat, though risibl\ nervous; He folded his arms and proceeded to say : " Dear brudders and Bisters I once was a Christian, I once wa9 as bappv aq nyone here ; . I fit for the church likeabiltlesoarred soldier, And stood by her ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 October 1880

THE ii)£i l. y RECORD-UyiOy. 5ATC8tt.VY. . . . ...... • - orroßEß *, i»w. TELEGRAPHIC. LAST SIGHTS dispatches to the record- UNION. ITEMS OF POLITICAL GOSSIP. .A Review of the Democratic Campaign Text-Book. PASSEXfiKKS COMIXG irmtt kt kail. A Murderer Betrayed by the Prattling of Hi 3 Child. MINNESOTA AND DAKOTA WHEAT CROF. A Stage -with Eleven Fassengers Sobbed by Six Men In Arkansas. WSCEUAKEOUS ITEMS OF FOREICN NEWS. The Outlook In' Regard to ths Situation in the East Etc. Elc •• . • .Etc. DOMESTIC XEWS. Political <;<>-s!p. THE nEVOCRATIC CAMPAIGN TEXT-BOOK RE VIEWED. New York, October Ist.— The Trilnine, re viewing 'he Democratic campaign text-book, says : The firat solid reason given by this biographer why th» people want Hancock »md a chauee, is in the paragraph entitled *'. Combats Secession iv California." In this it is stated that immediately on receipt of the news of "the struggle in Charleston harbor," General Hancock, being in California, threw himself into the ...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. 04J1.T ITVIOX SEKIF.S -tOL. UV— JfO. <»-»O->. I»A:i.Vi!U'OU9 &KSCIEB -VOL. VAII-KO. 4*09. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WJI. 11. HILLS, General Malinger, Publication Oilier, Third at., bet. J and K. THE » VI LV v.Y.I OKD-1 moy la published every day of the week. Sundays excepted. For one year........... $10 00 Forsixmontha •.... 500 For three months 3 00 Ten copies one >xir, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served b» Carriers at Twkntv-Fivk Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. - - - „■._-. . .- . Advertising Kate* In Dally Itceorrt-l'nlon. Oae Square, 1 time ...*1 00 Oae Square, 1 times. - 1 75 One Square, 3 times 2 50 Each additional time. 50 lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, lit pace $2 50 $3 50 $5 00 Half Square, 2J page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half ...

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