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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 August 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION ISSUED BY TIIE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHINB COMPACT Office, Third Street, Between J and K. =' : y THE DAILY RECORD-UXION For one year $Q 00 For six months 3 00 For tint» months 1 60 Subscribers served by carriers at Fifteen CfcCTS per week. In all Interior cities aud town* toe paper can be nad of the principal Periodical Deal era, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UXIOX Is the cheapest and most desirable Horr.e, Wcwf ami Literary Journal published on tho Pacllic Coast. Tbe WBBBXT Union per year $1 50 C3f These publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agent* or single sub scribers with charges prepaid. All Postniast •re are agents. Tbe best advertising mediums on the Paciflc Coast. Entered nt the Postoffice at Sacramento as Sacoud-c*as.s matter- Weather Forecast. Forpenc-t till 8 P. m. Saturday: For North ern California — Generally warmer; lair weather. THE EXPERIMENTS AT SAJLPE TRTERE. Salpetriere is a famous prison hospital of Paris. In that institution there i...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 August 1891

THE TABLES TURNED, McCloskey's Team Comes Near Fall pitcher Jackson nnd ITIs Batting— O'Day's Disastrous Playing at Second Base. Nary a compliment did McCloskey be stow on his players yesterday afternoon after the game. On the contrary he told them they couldn't play 1-all a little bit, and if they had heard him denouncing some of the "yellow'" plays during the contest, they would not have doubted for a moment but that he was in earnest. Ho says, however, he has not got the team he wants yet. He is anxious for licit/, and Goodenongh to arrive and also a couple of good pitchers. Then he says he can hold his own with any of the teams, and will strike out boldly ior tho pennant. AS VIEWED BY M'cr.osKKY. It is little wonder that the manager's ire was aroused yesterday afternoon as he sat in the press box and watched tho San Joso team toy with his men. The visit ors would have had a very difficult task to win tho game had O'Day and Mc- Guirk played as they should. Then big, lanky pitcher...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 August 1891

4 MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. Coming Attractions at the Local Theaters. How Georjre S. Ivnlfflit Was Driven Into Lunacy-Trials and Tribula tions of Stnpro Lovers—Kissing and Clawing; — Flashes from the Foot lights. Bronson Howard drove Georgo S. Knight into lunacy, and in sorrow for doing it has given a sum of money to him. That is the day's news among the idle summer actors in upper Broadway, and it is the subject of the day's talk. Like most of the bold, bald assertions on tho Kialto. it needs explanation nnd qnalifieation, although it isn't a lie out right. Sophie Worrall-Knight, the act ress, had come to town lo seek an en gagement. She had met Bronson How ard, who had recently returned to Amer ica. "And how is George?" lie had asked of Mrs. Knight, as they met casually at a theater. "We have removed him from the Burn Brae Asylum tolas mother's home, in Philadelphia," the wife replied, "and there he will die before long." A witness of this dialogue reported that, while a further conver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 August 1891

JUDGE FRENCH'S ESTATE. The Public Administrator Petitions die Court for Letters. The Messrs. Curry Decline to Act as Executors—How the Judge Dis poses of His Estate. The will of the late Judgo C. G. W. French, the old-time Bacramentan, who recently died in San Francisco, was tiled in County Clerk Khoads' oil ico yesterday, together with tho petition of Public Ad ministrator Bronner for letters of admin istration on the estate. In his will Judge French nominated John Curry and Montgomery S.Curry as executors, but these gentlemen have declined to act in that capacity, and their formal renunciation was Hied with the other papers yesterday. The value of the estate is not known. It consists of a parcei of real estate iv this city, in the block bounded by N and O, Eighth and Ninth street-; cash in bank amounting to Si'7'l 40 and. a number of lots in Folsom and real estate in Arizona, the value of which is at present un known, THE Jl'l»;k's will. The will is in Judge French's own handwriti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 August 1891

6 ENGLISH WATERING PLACES. Wakeman Wandering Among Pleasant Places. Southport, tho Chiorof All tho English West Coast Resorts— "Rosy-Nosed Hill" nart Moro Foresight Than Ills Neighbors Gave Him Credit for. [Special Correspond, -nee of the KixoßD- I mon. Copyright, 1891.1 SOUTHPOBT, Eng., Aug. 8, 1891. Tho western coast of England all the way north from the city of .Liverpool to the Bolway Firth, which on tbo west marks the boundary between England and Scotland, faces an almost silent arm of the Irish Sea. The power of tho tides ln tbo North Channel and St. George's Channel is broken by the rugged shores of the Isle of Man; and, with tho excep tion ofthe tides of Liverpool on tho ex treme' south, and in the Solway firth, ut the extreme north of this region, the WavesoC the sea reach the shore almost ceaselessly in murmurous ripples or dreamful calm. Curiously, too, and as if notably illus trativeof the seeming truth that nature e\ Br fashions its forces to a nicety of lif ting and ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 August 1891

SAVED BY A BOY MESSENGER. How a Loyal Woman Warned Gen eral Kelley of Danger. A "Romantic Incident of tlio Gettys- Iburg Campaign—fioneral Grant's Subsequent Act in Behalf of tlio Boy. Tho late General B. F. Kelley, "Old Ben Kelley," as he was affectionately known by his men, was one of the silent heroes ofthe war. Major Davis, the army officer who has charge ofthe publi cation of the rebellion records, told me that Kelley mado loss history for the amount of fighting he did than any gen eral officer in the service. Prudent, secretive, vigilant, General Kelley committed little to paper. No tell-tale order ever betrayed bis plana to tho enemy. If is instruct.ous always went by word of month through trusted Adjutants, and no correspondents or other supernumeraries were allowed in hiacamps. His reports scarcely showed j which side licked when he had been ! victorious. They were characteristic ofj the man. terse, laconic, modest. In the forthcoming volume of war records, oov ering sum- o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 August 1891

8 TURF TOPICS. The Largest Crowd of the Meeting at the Xapa Track. RUPEE TAKES FIRST MONEY IN THE 218 RACE. Closing; Day of tho Fair nt Santa Bar bara— Itaoiiie Increases Ills Owner's Purse by Adding Another Kaco to nis Jjous List of Victories - The Stallion Italic N. Sold for S^OOO. Special to tho Hecoiid-Uxion. NAr.., Aug. 21.—8y far the biggest crowd of the meeting was at the track to day to witness tho races. The lirst race was the unfinished special trot in which Harry Mc had two heats and Belle Thome one. Harry made a disastrous break soon after the start, but overhauled the mare, winning as he pleased. Time, 2£_g_. Becond race was a two-year-old trot, purse, £350. The entries were Sai una, Lizzie R. and Robin. The event was easily Sabina's, the lirst heat being a pro fession, Robin second, Lizzie a poor third. Time, 2:34.. In the second heatSabina broke just before getting tho word, and ran nearly to the eighth pole, giving Robin ihe lead, but nevertheless beating him out. Ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 August 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.--NO. 157. BLOODY BATTLE. Tlie Insurgents Attack Bal- FIGHTING NEAR VALPARAISO. Thousands Killed and Wounded in EVERT AVAILABLE IAN IN ARMS. Constant Stream of Wounded Be ing Brought Into the City. NOTHING KNOWN AS TO WHICH HAS THE ADVANTAGE. All the Strength of the Rebels Cen tered Around Valparaiso—Should the Insurgents Succeed In Capturing: tho City, It "Will Mean the Collapse of Bulmaeeda's Forces — Admiral Brown In Readiness to Protect American Subjects. Special to the Hecoro-Uxiox. Valparaiso, Aug. 23. — Within the past few hours it has been apparent that a battle which may decide the late of Chile would scon be fought, and the question as to who shall govern the republic decided. At first it was thought that the insurgents would march rapidly southward to this city, which is only twenty miles from Quintero Bay. v. Idle the fleet would proceed also to Valparaiso, and a combined sea and land attack would be made, but early yesterday morning, and from the charac ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 August 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COIPANI Office. Third Street, 1 Jet ween J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION For one year. j6 00 For six months '..'... 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by carriers at Firrsaa Cbscts per week, hi all Interior cities aud towr.fi the paper can he had ut the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and A_eut*>. THE WEEKLY UNION In the cheapest and most desirnble Home, New* and Literary Journal published ou the Puctflc Coast. The Wke___Y Union per year $1 50 Stf- These publications are sent either by JKuil or Express to agents or single sub acribers with charges prepaid. All Fostmast •r* are agents. The best advertising mediums on the Pacific Coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as ••cond-class matter. The Record-Union and Weekly Union arc the only papers on the Coast, outride of San Francisco, that re ceive the full Associated Press Dis patcher from all parts of the world. Out sxde of /.'an Francisco, they have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 August 1891

LOST THEM BOTH. McCloskey's New Team Twice Beaten by the Dukes. Spies' Debut as a Pitcher—Tho Colo nels aro Defeated Twice at One the largest crowds that has ever gath ered at Snow-Lake Park was present yes terday to see tlie Sacramentos and San Joses play hail. It was a home team audicuce to the marrow and whenever there was a chance to cheer McCloskey'.s (xnen there were plenty of enthusiasts to take advantage of the opportunity. But the day was an unlucky one for the Sen ators. They lost both contests, -hereby allowing the Dukes to take three out of tlie series of live games. McCloskey did not have a man to pitch the first game, so at the advice of friends ho concluded to try Al Hapeman, who litis in the past two years pitched a few gotod games of ball. Hut alas for Mc < 'loskey. He had been wrongly advised. Hapeman was not In trim for pitching, and the result was that through his work in. the box the Sacramentos suffered a styxkine defeat. When he once started •ii. it did not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 August 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Sacramknto, August 22.1801. FRUTT—Lemons—Sicily, 58ft8 50 9 hox; California, 87ft7 50: Umes, f lOftll V box; Si 25€ 1 50 V l<»<^; Bananas, $2 50ft3 r>o bunch for Island; Cocoannts, $7ftJß; Califor nia Oranges—Riverside, f 3ft3 50 'r boat; Pineapples, •;<> cents each, §7 dozen; Peaches, 10@60c ft box; Blackberries, $lft I case and $1 oO t^ crate; Strawberries, Vl 40ft] 50 f ease; H. T. Ciierries, 75c; Apricots, 50ft75c *} box; Nectarines, 7ocftsl _ box; Raspberries, Slul 259 case; Flums, sccwsl 25 9 box; Bartlett pears, §I@l 25 V box: Apples, 50cQ91 V box. CANNED GOODS—Assorted table, §2^ 2 10; Apples, fl 60; Apricots, SI 90; Black- In cries, SI 95; Cherries, S2 40ft2 GO; Cur rants. $2 26; Gooseberries, SI soi«l 90; Muscat Grapes, ?l 55(_»1 GO; Plums, si 60; Quinces, $1 'J5; Ihispberries, ?2 70; Straw berries $2 70. BREADSTUFFS—FIour. |5 V bbl; Oat meal, lu-m sa<-ks, 4c fl tt>; ..:! 75 _ 100-ft sa<-ks; Oormeal, white, *;; 50 10...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 August 1891

LABOR-DAY DEMONSTRATION. The Federated Trades Committee Continuing Preparations. Tne Saloons Will Probably Close—Fa vorable Reports Coming In From All Sides. The Labor Day Committee of the Coun cil of Federated Trades held another special meeting Saturday evening at the Hussar Hand's headquarters and pro ceeded with the arrangements for the bie demonstration which takes place on the 7th of next month. President Hantzman presided for a time and was then excused, in order that he might attend the contractors' banquet. Mr. Caverly then took the chair. A communication was received from the grttfcite-eutters of Roeklin informing the committee that they would accom pany the quarrymen and tool-sharpeners, to Sacramento on Labor Day, and would participate in the parade. They also Btated that the granite men irom New castle, Folsom and other neighboring places would accompany them and would also participate. SALOONS WILL CLOSB. President Hantzman reported that he had had an interview with th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 August 1891

6 BUYING OLD MAIDS. An Old-Time Amusement Bevlved by Siskiyou Society. At a recent entertainment at Sisson the feature was an auction sale of old maids, and the Mascot gives the following ac count of it: "Thoy marched into the hall in single file, heavily veiled, and took prominent positions on tho stage. Tho 'gabby' auc tioneer extolled their good qualities and opened the sale by putting Daisy Dimple under the hammer. .Johnny Schuler bid her in at 75 cents. Every ono present conceded that I >aisy was a big bargain at that price. Betsy Bobbit brought $i, J. W. Nicholas being the lucky purchaser. B. O. Campbell bought Kate Castleton for 75 cents and was offered £2 50 for her bo fore he loft tho house. Miss Fine Cook was sold to F.Jenkins for $2 50. Polly Bumpkins was knocked down at $1 75, tho purchaser being unknown. " 'A Charming Widow' was sold to Mr. Harknoss for $1 50. Sho was a tall, grace ful woman, and a dark auburn curl peeped roguishly out from under her veil. When Mr. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 August 1891

VOLUME 3_XXXI.--_SO. 158. WORSE THAN PIRATES. Armed Wreckers Secure the Cargo of the El Dorado. AN ATTEMPT MADE TO HAUL DOWN THE AMERICAN FLAG. Fively Times Expected When the "Na tional Commission of the World's I Fair Meets Next Week—The Focal "Directory Declares That It Will Have a California Man for Chief of tho Horticultural Department, and Prefers Short). Special to the REronn-UxioN. Nkw oki/bans, Aug. 24.—A Picayune special, dated "Off Bimite, Great Bahama Banks, August23d," says: The revenue cutter McLane arrived here this morning with the wrecking schooner Cora in tow. Captain Byrne, of the disabled steamer El Dorado, reports that on the 17th his ■hip was boarded by l,">i f'> black English Bahama wreckers, armed with knives. They demanded the cargo, and, to pre vent bloodshed, he had to let them have it. < »1" course half of it will be stolen lie lore they arrive at Nassau. The Nassau wreckers who invaded the ship alter the McLane's departure are worse than pi rates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 August 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY ©fflce, Third Street, Between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION For one year f 6 00 Fornix months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by carriers at Fifteen Cem;- per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of tlie principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, .News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union* per year *....$_ 50 Mi- These publications are sent either by Hail or Express to agents or single sub scribers with charges prepaid. All Postinast •rs are agents. The best advertising mediums on the Paciflo Coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento aa ••cond-class matter. The Record-Umos and Weekli Union are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that re ceive the full Associated Press Dis patches from all parts of the world. Out tide of San Francisco, they have no com petitors...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 August 1891

STILL HANGING FIRE. The Q-Street Railway Franchise Laid Over. Various Matters Acted On by tho City L Trustees—An Awning Ordi nance Passed. After tho Clerk of tho City Board of Trustees had finished reading the min utes yesterday, a communication from J. W. Richmond was road. He stated that he had signed the petition for an electric railroad on <. .street under a misappre hension, and he wished to withdraw his nauio from the petition. On motion of Trustee McLaughlin, sec onded by Mr. Conklin, the request was granted. Action on the remonstrance of the E street residents against grading that street from Twelfth to Twentieth was deferred for ono week. The clerk was about to read the pro posed Q-street franchise, when Trustee McLaughlin interrupted him and moved that the reading be dispensed with lor the present. The motion was unanimously carried. WASH-BACKS AND AWKXNOS. A proposed ordinance specifying the manner in which wash-racks must be constructed aud drained was read and laid o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 August 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAM E STO M ARXr.T. SACKAM INTO, August 2 1. 1801. FRUlT—Lemons—Sicily, ?B@B 50 y i>ox; California. ?7@7 '">; lames, siov, n 9 box: $i 25_ 1 50 V 100; Bananas, $2 50_ 3 50 y bunch ior Island; Oocoanuts, 976 . S; Califor nia oranges-Riverside, $Ma.-} 60 <& box; Pineapples, 60 outs each, ST 1» do/en; Peaches, 40@60c y box; Blackberries, $l<_i 1 _efl case and fl 50 V crate: Strawberries, Si 4<> ■ i 50 f case; B. T. Cherries, 75c; Apricots. 50A75c*>box; Nectarines, 7:>c(?sl f box: Rasp&erries, i-ild.l 2~>? case: Plums, 50c@fl 26 V b,)*' Bartlett pears, $I<_>l 2b V box; Apples, 50C&S1 %» box. CANNED GOODS— Assorted table, 92{» 2 10; Apples. SI 60; Apricots. SI OV; Rlack boories, 81 95; Cherries, $2 40 a 2 GO; Cur rants. §:} 25; Gooseberries, SI 80(*1 90; Muscat Grapes, §1 55<_1l 00; Plums' 81 *'0; <r Locos, Si 95; Raspberries,s2 70; Straw berries, #2 7<>. BREADSTUFFS—PIour, $5 m bbl; Oat meal. 10-* sacks, lc 9} 9k ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 August 1891

ASSESSING ORANGE TREES. San Bernardino Supervisors Before the j State Equalizers. Trials and Tribulations of Orange Growers--Don't Want Their Assessment Raised. Tho State Board of Equalisation spent all of yesterday afternoon hoaring the arguments uf the Supervisors of San Bernardino County against the proposed raising of that county's assessment-roll. The southern Supervisors tame well prepared for the occasion. They not only were opposed to having their assess ment raised, but wanted it reduced, far below \\ hat their own Assessor had placed it. They claimed that his figures wereail excessive—that is, those which had refer ence to the valuation of orange trees. Whether ur not their arguments will have any effect on the Btate Board in prevent ing the proposed raise would be hard to Hay, but, judging from what uiie of the (State Equalizers said.it is a safe guess that San bernardino County's assessment "will not bo reduced. THAT CAUCUS. When the me. ting was called to order Chairman...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 August 1891

6 CALIFORNIA FKUITS. "Priori Realised at Yesterday's «ales in the East. Chicago, Aug. 24.—-The Porter Bros. Company sold to-day at auction for ac count of California Fruit Union shippers, ■even carloads of California fruit, realising for Bartietl pears, |l 55@1 76; Ores prunes, 60@85c; peaches, 85c_)fl; Seckel pears,fl 50@1 80;Howell's,fl RhGolden Drop plums, 55c@fl; Kellenberg plums. 80@95c; Silver prunes. <h>c; Hungarian prunes, GOc; Egg plums, 85c@fl; bont ainebleau grapes, fl_»l 30; Muscat grapes, £1 UKa > SO; Tokays, ?2 50; ligs, CHICAGO, Aug. 24.—The F.arl Fruit Company sold California fruits at auction to-day as follows: Bartlett pears, fl 50(3 1 75; Muscat grapes, si :;>'■•• 1 60; Tokay grapes, .>_ 25(5/2 40; Ltosede Peru grapes, : late Crawford peaches, fl: early Crawford peaches, 75c; freestone peaches, 85c; Susquehanna peaches, 85@Soc; Cen tennial peaches, .-'l '■'■'•; red nectarines, fl 06; <"ms prunes, 70@90c; Egg plums, Ss@9oc; Columbia and Bradshaw p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 August 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.--NO. 159. TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. Six Sailors Adrift in a Small Boat in Behring Sea. NEARLY STARVED TO DEATH BE FORE RESCUED. Tho Opening Day of tho Potaluma Itacos Attracts a Large Attendance —-Employers and Manufacturers of San Francisco Organize — Judge Hunt Makes nn Important "Ruling isolating to tho Eight-Hour "Law. Bpeolal to the RECo„n-L T.rio_r. San Francisco, Aug. 2r>.—The steamer Farallon arrived from Dutch Harbor, Pribyloff Islands, Avith a cargo of seal skius for the North American Commer cial Company. Sho also brought down six of the creAV of the whaling bark Emma P. Herriman, who were lost in a fog while attached to a whale. The men had a very hard time of it and on two or three occasions almost gave up in despair. Captain Bonnifield of the Farallon gives the iolloAving account of the accident: "The Herriman was lying off St. Paul Island avhen several Avhales were sighted. A boat containing a mate and five men was sent out, and soon made fast to a whale. ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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