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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 18 August 1891

6 THE SALTON LAKE. BELIEF EXPBBSS&D THAT IT WIIJL BE PERMANENT. Tho "\Vator Flows Through a Well-de fined Channel From a Break In the River South of Yuma. Sjxrial to the Record-Union. Sam Dikgo, Aug. 17.—11. W. Patton, editor of the Banning Herald, who un dertook tho exploration to determine the source of tho Salton Sea, going lrom Yuma down the Colorado River to the break in the banks, is in the city. Mr. Patton, iv an interview, contributed some interesting information regarding the phenomenon, lie says he is positive the lake will be permanent. At present it is falling, but each slight rise iv the river adds to the volume of water in the lake, and now that a well-defined chan nel has been washed out the water from the river would How directly into the lake instead of spreading all over the country before finding its way to the basin. Tho break in the river bank is at tho old lagoon, about seventeen miles aouth of Yuma, in Mexican territory. From there to the lake the channel ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 August 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.-KO. 153. BENNINGTON CENTENNIAL. The President En Route to the Scene of the Festivities. ENTHUSIASTIC GREETING BY CITI ZENS OP ALBANY. Governor 11111 Welcomes Ilim to tho Empire State—The President Re pponds in a Lenplliy Speech, Con fining: His Remarks Principally to tho Monetary Question. Special to the B&JOBD-UXIOK. Albany (N. V.), Aug. 18.—The Presi dent and party arrived in this city at 6 o'clock to-night, en route to Bennington, Vt., to take part in the centennial festivi tios at the latter place. A Presidential salute greeted the party. They were driven to tho City Hall, where thousands waited about the platform, on which Were seated Mayor Manning, Governor Hill and State ollicers. The President received an ovation as he approached the frontof the platform. Mayor Manning then welcomed tho President on behalf of the city, after which Governor Hill welcomed the President on behalf of the State, Hying in part: "The citizens of the Empire State receive you with p...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 August 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY ©fflce. Third Str«>ot, Between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION For one year „..„ „ f 6 00 For nix months 3 00 For thn.v mouths 1 50 Bnbscflbers served by carriere at Fifteen Ckms per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, Hews and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year 91 60 «*"" Theee publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single sub scribers with charges prepaid. All Postma£t> •r* are agents. The best advertising mediums on the Pacific Entered at the Postomce at Sacramento as ••cond-class matter. The Record-Union and Wseki/i Ukion are the only papers on the Coast, outside <rf San Jfirancisco, that re ceive the full Associated Press Dis patches from all parts of the world. Out tide of San J>\ancisco, they have no co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 August 1891

SONS OF THE SAGEBRUSH. Some Queer Characters Among the Visiting Piute Hop-Pickers. Captain Sam's Wonderful Memory, Appetite for Watermelons, and Exportness at Poker. At the present time and lor several days past a large number of Piuto In dians have boon seen on the streets of Sac ramento. These people come from their homes on the other side of the big snow range to work in the hop-fields. In tho party are seine noble red men, distinguished in their tribe and -well-known to the people of the State of Nevada. One of these is Captain Sam. This Indian is a sub- Chief, having jurisdiction over that por tion of the tribe dwelling in the western section of the State, having his head quarters in Virginia City. Ho has been immortalized in print by Dan do Quille, and no article on Indians from tho pen of t-hat able writer would be complete with out some mention of Captain Sam. 110 fas a thrifty individual, as cunning as tho famed sewer rodent, and an expert at In dian poker, and it is not pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 August 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACKAMENTO MARKET. Sacbakkxto, August l*. ism. FRUlT—Lemons—Sicily, $B@H 50 -p t'ox; California, fi7«*~ 50; Limes..Mo • II 9 box; SI 7r>(~iQ f Is i>; linnana", $'■! 30#3 50 bunch tor Island; Coc-oanutn. fc7@B; Oalifor nla Oranges—Riverside, ■808 50 * box; Pineapples. t><> cents each, 87 z) do«en; lYwohos, 40@60c -• box; Blackberries, fl® 1 26 pease and #1 60 7-* crate; Strawberries, 91 4U^l 50 f i';isc; 15. T. Cherries, 7-<c- Apricot.-. r><v,, :;,(■-.' box: Nectarines, : « box: Baspberries, fl@l 2r>> easa; Plums. .r *ic(,'!^l 'J6 $* box; Bartiett penrs, §I®l 25 Ik>x: Apples, s<>. @$: y. box. CANNED GOODS—Assorted table, 82^ 2 1O; Apples, f] <;o; Apricots. 81 BO; Black berries, 81 y;j; Cherries, $2 40@2 GO; Cur rants !?:-' '-'•"; Gooseberries, 80@l 90; t <}rnpt> §1 &s@>l GO; Plums, c?l 60; -. 5J ufy, Baspberries,f3 TO; Straw b< rrles, C~ J '- 0. BREAIi«TUFFB—FIour, ?"> ?> bbl; OaK meal, io-ti, sacks, ie V 9...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 August 1891

PREPARING FOR LABOR DAY. The Prospects Are That It Will Be a Grand Demonstration. The Business nouses, Railroad Shops and Freight Shedn "Will All Closo Down at Noon. The indications now are that the dem onstration to be mado in this city on the 7th of September—Labor Day—by the wage-earners of Sacramento will be the finest atlair of the kind ever seen here. Tho procession will take place in the afternoon of that day, and all the labor Jinions and societies will turn out with full ranks. Tho line will be augmented by the participation of the Stone-cutters' Union of Kocklin, which is 120 strong. UAILROAU SHOPS TO CLOSE. •At the recent meeting of the Federated Trades a committee consisting of W. K. Selkirk, T. .J. Garrison and John D. Jost ■was appointed, whose duty it was to visit the railroad bhop<, freight sheds and all the business houses, and request that they closo, for at least a part of the day, ■o that the employes might take part in the parade. The committee started in wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 August 1891

6 SULKY AND SADDLE. Rey Del Rey Captures the Omni bus Stakes at Morris Park. RACINE WINS A RACE ON THE SARA TOGA TRACK Whitney Lowers tlio Milo-nnd-Sov enty-Yards Record Mado by Racine —I^arge Attendance at tlio Opening of the Fall MJeetfng at Red muff— Rnclnc: at Nfcpa ami Santa Barbara, Bpociai to the Krcoud-Uniox. Morris Park, Aug. is.—The Omnibus Stakes was the featuro of the day. It was ; for three-year-olds, at $250 each, with $10,000 added, mile aud a half, and there ■were twelve starters. Coming down the stretch everybody was at whip and spar, and each hone straining every nerve aud muscle. Rey del Eey came from among the bunch with a tremendous burst of sp<-,d, and won the best race this year by half a length, in &38. Six furlongs, Loantaka won, Arab sec ond, Contribution third. Time, 1:12. Six furlongs, Tammany won, Minnie second, Patrimony third. Time, 1:12*. Omnibus Stakes, mile and a half, Key dri Rey won. Bermuda second, Poet Scout third. Time, 238. Mile and a f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 August 1891

VOLUME LX__XI.--_> tO. 154. AN HISTORICAL MONUMENT. Centennial Anniversary of the Battle of Bennington. THE MEMORIAL DEDICATED "WITH IMPOSING CEREMONIES. An Immense Crowd in Attendance— Eloquent Oration by "Edward .1. Phelps—President Harrison Greeted With Shouts of Applause—The Clty Gally Decorated—Triumphal living Arch—Patriotic Songs by On© linn drod "Ladies. Special to the EtXCORD-UNXON. Bbnnington (Vt.), Aug. 10.—An im nienso crowd was here to witness tho dedication of the Bennington Monument. The procession passed under a triumphal arch at the junction of Main and Nortii Streeta. It was a living arch, inasmuch as 100 young ladies occupied it and sang patriotic hymns as tbe procession passed beneath, and on its top stood a living Goddess of Liberty. Every building was adorned for the occasion with bunting aud flowers. President Harrison reviewed the pro cession. He received much applause from those present. Grouped about the monument and stand at its base were tho different ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 August 1891

2 DATLY RECORD-UNION ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street. Between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION FOr one year „ f 6 00 Forßlx months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by carriers at Fifteen per week. In all interior cities and towns tue paper cun be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION Im the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year 81 60 _SF-These publications are sent either by Kail or Expresa to agents or single sub scribers with charges prepaid. All Postmast ers are agents. The best advertising mediums on the Faci—O Coast. .Entered at the rostoffice at Sacramento as ■econd-class matter. The Record-Union and Weekly Union are the only papers on the Coast, outride of Sayi PYajicisco, that re ceive the full Associated Press Dis patches from all parts of the world. Out side of San Francisco, they have no com petitors, either i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 August 1891

THIS YEAR'S FAIR. It Will Surpass all Predecessors in all Branches. Features at tho Pavilion and Park-An Amphitheater for tho Young sters—Entertainments. "Tho State Fair this year is going to surpass anything and everything of the kind ever given in California," said Sec retary Edwin F. Smith, of the Stato Ag ricultural Society, to a Record-Union reporter yesterday. "In what particular way ?'? was asked. "In every way. The exhibits will all be larger and better than over before, tho arrangemenfof them better, and at the park we aro going to have a race meeting as well as a livestock exhibition that will be simply grand." FOR TIIE YOUNOSTERS. Mr. Smith, at the request of tho re porter, then went into details. Ho told first ol" what would be seen at the pa vilion. One of the principal attractions here will bo tbe children's amphitheater. It will bo located where the famous play ground of Weinstock, Lubin & (Jo. stood two years ago, in the court adjoining tho building on tho northe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 August 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. SACRAMENTO, August 19. 1891. FRUIT—I_-monF—Bleily, $BMB 50 %* bos; California. .7.7 st>: Dimes, aiO®ll fi box; tl 75(fn2 •$ 100; liauanas, 9^ 60#8 SO bunch ior island; Cocoanuts, $7@B: Califor nia Oranges—Riverside, 93_}3 50 ? Ik>x; Pineapples. 60 cents each, $7 ft dozen; Peaches, lOwCOe f. box: Blackberries, $lr* 1 25 Veuseund $1 50 » crate; Strawberries, 3J 40d'>l 50 fi case; B. T. Cherries, 7">c; Apricots, 50#75c f> box: Nectarines, 75c<ff,$l » box; lluy-pberries, 816.1 25** case; Pluzus, 50c @$1 25 f» box; Bartlett pears, $I@l 25 fs Ijox; Annies, 50e@*l fs box. CANNED GOODS—Assorted table, $2<S> 2 IO; Apples. 31 80s Apricots, $1 90; Black berries, $1 95; (berries. t2 40(?-2 60; Cur rants, 82 25; (looseberries, 81 80@1 90; Muscat Grapes, f 1 55@1 60; Plums, «1 60; Quiii-os. 81 '»•>; Raspberries, 82 70; Straw berries, 82 70. BKEADKTUFFS—FIour, ?5 ■ bbl; Oat meal, 10-ft> sacks, 4c fs tb^ 83 75 f 100-ft B___; CorxneaL wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 August 1891

BASEBALL AGAIN. The First Game of a Series of Five to Be Played To-Day. Bowman Explains Why He Was Re leased From tbo Chlcagos by Captain Anson. To-day the first game of a series of fi vo between tho Sacramentos and San Joses Will commence, and those who attend the opening contest will havo an opportunity to judgo as to whether or not Manager McCloskey has a better team than he had two weeks ago. Both teams will no doubt strive hard to win, and if the Sacra mentos should como out on top, there will be groat rejoicing among tho cranks. A large number of them are greatly pleased because Bowman and Roberts are again in tho team, and those two players will bo welcomed in royal stylo when they appear on the diamond. THE PRACTK K. Tho entire nine were at the park yester day practicing, and their work was very neat and exact. McCloskey anticipates no weakness in the fielding of the club, but ho is a little anxious about their bat ting strength. Bowman can be relied upon as a good ordinary ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 August 1891

6 THE GERMAN FARMER. Life and Habits of the Thrifty Wearer of Wooden Shoes. How Ho Makes nis Money and How Ho Saves It—Points Given to tho Amorlenn Farmer—A lile "Plant" of Moldy Money Brought Into Court. A wooden-shoe-wearing German walk ing along tho .streets of St. Louis would cause almost as much of a commotion as would an Indian warrior in all the glory of his paint and feathers in the streets of Paris. Aud yet German habits, customs and dress prevail very largely in Mis souri, and particularly in St. Louis County, aud alone the Missouri River, and two wooden shoe factories are in full operation in St. Louis County, out along the Manchester road. The people who i follow these habits and customs, too, aro j among tiie best any country could have; j peaceful, economical, thrifty and hard working, embracing both tho high and low Germans, as they are separated— those coming from the high and low lands of Oermany, respectively. It is the latter who wears the wooden shoes. Oue of tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 August 1891

VOLUME I-XXXI.--XO. 155. FIFTY-EIGHTH BIRTHDAY. Dinner Given the President in Honor of His Anniversary. SILENT TOAST IN MEMORY OF GENERAL GRANT. Inhabitants of St. Louis Excited Over Three Distinct Shocks of Earth quake — Cardinal Gibbons, With Most Impressive Ceremonies, Con fers the Pallium on Archbishop Katzer of Milwaukee _ n*_lal to the Recoriv IT. ion. Mot-nt McObboob (N. V.), Aug. 20.— On tho arrival of the Presidential party this afternoon, tho President proceeded to the cottage of W. J. Arkell. In honor of tho President, Arkell had arranged for a pleasant birthday dinner at the Hotel Balmoral. About 120 guests par ticipated, including Commander-in-Chief Palmer, of the G. A. li., Spencer Trask and John A. Sleicher. Shortly before 5 o'clock Mr. Arkell arose and said: "The President, ou ac count of ins worn lungs and throat, is solicitous that this lie a Quaker meet ing—one of unspoken eloquence. Let me say, however, that this being the filly-eighth birthday ofthe President, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 August 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION ISSUED RY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY ©flic©, Third Street, Between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION For one year. „ *6 00 For six mouths 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by carriers at Fifteen Cents per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be hud of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Ajjeuto. THE WEEKLY UNION Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. Tho Weekly Union per year 91 60 **~ These publications are sent either bj iiuii or Express to agents or single sub scribers with charges prepaid. All rostmast srs are agents. The best advertising mediums on the Paclflo Coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as Meond-class matter. The Record-Union and Weekly Union are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that re ceive the full Associated Press Dis patches from all parts oj the world. Out side of Sail Francisco, they have no com petitors, e...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 August 1891

LABOR DAY. Completing Arrangements for Next Month's Demonstration. Various Committees Appointed -All of the Trades Unions Will Partic ipate in tho Parade. The Labor Day Committee of the Federated Trades met last evening at Federated Hall for the purpose of mak ing preparations for tho celebration on September 7th. The assemblage was callod to order by Chairman Hantzman, "Who stated the object of the meeting. J. G. Garrison, the Chairman of the committee appointed to canvass among the business houses in the city in order to get them to agree to close their stores during a portion of the day, first ad dressed the meeting. He gave the names ofthe firms visited who had agreed to close their places of business for a part of tho day. The evening newspapers, he said, had agreed to go to press at 2 o'clock, and the Rkcokd-Union had promised that its omployes would be given the afternoon off. Mr. Jost, also a member of the com mittee, said tho Mayor had given his con sent to the use of the P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 August 1891

4 H£Nmr UIHUEtN, President. AUGUST UIHLEIN, Secretary. ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendents •SSS* =«««**•. "SCIILITZ-PORTER." ANNUAL CAPACITY! GNE MELLION BABBELS QW BEER. Schfitz Beer is sold the World over and has a world-wide reputation for being the best; it is warranted io be pure, wholesome end palatable, and brewed from the choicest Hops end Barley-Malt. COMMERCIAL. SACBA.MENTO MARKET. SACRAMKNTo, Aliyusl 20. 1801. FRUlT—Lemons—Sicily, $B®B 50 9 box; California, $7@7 .r >o; Limes, 11 'c< !><>x; 51 75@2 %i IOO; Bananas, 02 50@3 50 V buncb for island; Cocoanuts. 97®8; Califor nia Oranges—RiveniQe, $3(<i.;> 50 _\ box; Pineapples. 00 cents each, ST dozen; Peaches, 40...jj0c y- box: Blackberries, il j 1 :??s ** case and $1 50'W crate; Strawberries, 91 40(*1 50 9 case; B. T. Cherries. 75c; Apricots 50&75 C v box; Nectarines, 7 .'if: ?1 fi tiox; Raspberries, Slobl 25>- case; Plums, 60c@fl 25? box; Bartlett pears, $l@l 25 ?. box; Apples, 50c@$l %>. box. CANN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 August 1891

M'CLOSKEY IS HAPPY. His Ball Team Easily Defeats the Dukes of San Jose. Lively nittlng toy Roth Nlnos-llow tbe Sncramento Players "Wero Received. John J. McCloskey was never happier in his life than he was last night. The thought that he v. as a lull-fledged man ager and that his team had won the first game thoy played under his charge al most turned his head. He complimented all of the players, and was in exceedingly jovial spirits from the time the game ended yesterday until ho sought his couch, and then it is doubtful whether he Blopt much during the night. A larger audience than has ever before assembled to see a Thursday gamn was present 3'esterday, and it was one of the old-time enthusiastic assemblages that in days gone by used to kick the seats loose at Agricultural Park, and tear down the canvas awning in their eagerness to lot thoir favorite club know that they wore there. I'LKNTY OF J.AMES, TOO. There were ladies, girls, men and boys in the audience, and the Snowflake Par...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 August 1891

6 ON MANY TRACKS. Another Good Day's Racing on the Napa Course. SILAS SKINNER AND WANDA TO TRY TKEIR METTLE. Six Thousand Spectators Assemble at Washington Park, Chicaco, to Wit ness tho Contest Between Nancy Hanks and Marjrnrot S., But Wore Doomed to Disappointment-Mar garet S. Withdrawn After the Second Hoat, Sho Being Unlit to Race. Special to tho Recosd-Union. NArA, Aug. 20.—This was another good day's racing at tho track, and tho attend ance was somewhat of an improvement on both former days. The track was in good condition, and the day exceedingly warm. It was decidedly the best day thus far of the meeting for fast time. Tho first event was a three-minute class trot, for a purse of §800. Te entries were Deitz'Tipper Tib, Acorn Stables' Gen eral Bleacher, McCord's Shylock, Har -1 y's Sol May and Corbett's Millie Wilkes. Tipper Tib was the favorite, but nearly every heat broke when near tho wire, when pressing Shylock, thus losing the heat. Shylock won tho lirst and second heats...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 August 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.--NO. lo(>. SMASH-UP ON THE SANTA FE A Passenger Train Runs Into a Box-Car at Los Angeles. GOVERNOR MARKHAM ON BOARD. BUT ESCAPES UNINJURED. All the Passengers Radly Shaken Up. Rut None Seriously Injured — Con IRiordan Knocks Out the "Terrible Swede" in the Eighteenth Round— Rumor Current at San Francisco That W. W. Morrow Is to bo Ap pointed to Succeed tho Late Judge Hoffman. Special to the Record-Uniotc. Los Anoei.ks, Aug, 21.—A smash-up occurred on tho Santa Fe road at the First-street depot to-night, in which Governor Markham and other State offi cials, United States Senator Felton, Con gressman Bowers and others were badly shaken up, and a few slightly injured. A special ear containing tbe Governor and Stale officials was attached to the regular train from San Diego, which was an hour late. A box-car had been left ou the track, and tlic train ran iuto it. The shock was a violent one, and many ofthe passengers were bruised. The engine crushed theobstrueting car i...

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