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

-■ '. — — — — RECORD-UNION. IHIH-JAI ■■ -gig^^.. DECEMBER S. 18SB. COMMERCIAL. Ban Francisco Produce Market. fyT-f Sui Fbakcisoo. December Ist— l r. * y, Shipments to England to-day via I the Horn reach 8,500 bbls. ; There is a fair demand for local use as well as J for export purposes.^. We quote : ' Best City Extra, ti 25 ; Bakers'. Extra, 85(35 121 ; Superfine, $3 75@1 25 ; interior Extra, « 7505; interior Superfine, *3 75gl 12J; Ore-ron Extra,'?** 50<*4 75 ; choice do, $5 ; Oregon Super fine, $3 7604 12* ; Walla Walla Extra, i_ 75@5 9 bbl- «v y-r-y V***-'- * 'yy-y y.r'-y-^y^ Wheat -A better disposition to ■ purchase is said to prevail at Liverpool to-day, but a reverse state ment would strikingly portray the situation here. On 'Change this morning, scarcely 1,500 etls changed hands, and • mostly off > grade. i The offerings of strictly choice were quite light, as operators j felt sure that limit S prices could not be obtained. * At the close the market evinced a weak tone,...

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. — 3 December 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. r-iii.T T.VIOJf SERIES -*/OJJ, uv-io. mm. i. ,111 KiJtOl!!) SERIES -VOL. XXH-JNO. 4'ilil. HIE DAILY RECORD-TOOK. tnt___- tt the Post Office at Sacramento as second class natter PUBLISHED EY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. y.VTK. H. MILLS, General Manager, PablicatSon Office, Third sl., bet. -J and 11. THE DAILY UK OKD-I.MOV , ;,- . It (rabliihed ere*? day of the week. Sunday* excepted. Tot one jess ..........?10 00 For six months. 6 00 ror three months , 3 00 Ten ooples one year, to one address. .* 80 00 Subscribers served by Curlers at TvnXTT-Fi**. Cikts per week. In all Interior cities and towns the J*P«r can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, X ewsmen and ARtnla. . *£S_|wri^l9*tg Advertising Kates ln Dally Beeord-l nlon. One Square, 1 time ....(100 Bne Square, 3 times. ( 1 75 ac Square. 3 times 3 SO Each additional time... SO I Week. 3 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square. Ist page X 60 *3 50 V 00 Salt Square, Id page 3 50 8 00 8 09 Half Square. 3...

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. — 3 December 1880

tHE MILYV UHGORD-UXION. »* I «*T.J ..'::'.■.. ';'..V:V;Ol*l!i".J!SEn S.'ikm. THREE i ORIGINAL i STORIES. -y-. ________ *" Daring the coming year, and commencing De €nmber Ist, the. Via. it Union mil publish three Prize Stories of California. . The first, the pub licationof \rhich vi". commence in the first week, of December, will be entitled,' '* The .Ventures and Adventures if iCharlii Gould,": This is an in tensely interesting story of the Stock-Gambling perio ' of California, and teas written by Edteard F. Cai.ill, of Lot ' Angeles. The. price of the Week it Union trill be $1 SO per annum. __.._. — . . .. — NEWS OF THE MORNING. To San Franciaco ail dot'iars are quoted at J dis count .0 par; Mexican dollars, 80J buying, 91 Bell ln*r. * " J y...: ' J The interest in the mining share market at San Frpucisco yesterday morning was chi.fly confined to Alta and id] .cent claims, all of which w.re very active *.. a large advance. Alia closed at $12 25, a gain of $5 from Urn opening price...

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. — 3 December 1880

THE DAILY RECORD;UyiOy. -. FR1WAV...... '.....".'..1. IIEI'EUBEtt 3. 18H8. Dally itclciiralogiral Record— Signal Serv ice I'ntcetl Slates Army, ff 1 J Sacramento, December 2, 1880—8:02 p. si. - .. . 2 B~!f~=: ■-■ 0 ■- - — S -.*. »*. — vi -aiT a 5 1£ " ***3~ '£. ' '_. « ' r-o * ti~ . 3 .&-.--. £-» as s --S 8"* _ y eg „ 3 **. 3_; 8 5.S- 3 •>• 3 2 -• s» P§* » Is i-i-" Pii! = 5° Ifa - ? 2. £ '? ?- 5 -f *: aM *.a: „'§2.--' Olympia.. 29.48 30 78 . K. 7 i I Fresh.. .32 LtSaow Portland. 2). 61 2*87 E. 13 Fresh.. .20 Cloudy Hose burg 23.43 3« 96 .:.:..;. Calm.'. '.79 Fair Ited Blufl 29.47 46 77 S. E. 12 Fresh.. .20 Clear Sacram'to 23.01 47 33 S. 14 fresh.. 2.06 U. Rain '.-. Fmn..!29.8J 53 30 S. Vf. 16 Brisk.'. . . . . Clear • •Visalia.. J29.l/2 51 c 3 -'. E. - Fresh.. :.y. Cloudy "L Angel. )3o.o7 47 8J N.E. 1 I tight.. .'... Fair Max. Ther.. 53. llin. Ther., 45. . Biver above low water mark, 8 2. "4.-02A.M.J ; ■'.'' ADVERTISEMENT BUENI'IOK. Bric-a Brae entertainment— Turner llali. 'if...

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. — 3 December 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. F81DAY..:... J... DECEMBER 11, iBSO. = MINING NOTES. ■■-. — — . There Jis a mine in Tombstone, AT., called the Bloodsucker. .It has been bond ed for §90,000. ; :'.-;■ ZfffZi ;. A force of men are at work clearing away the debris on the * Manzanita hy draulic claim, just north of Nevada City. Active operations will be resumed in that mine as soon as sufficient water comes. Wcske's drift * claim at * Succor J Flat, Placer county, which lately produced a $1,200 nugget, continues to turn out some line specimens. A piece weighing six ounces was lately picked up in the claim, and another was found that weighed nine ounces. "Work has been resumed at the Stuck slager mine, near Uniontown, :El Dorado county. A tunnel is to be ran in on the line of the ledge, about 200 feet lowerthan the former workings; This will afford drainage and facilities for the , extraction of a largo amount of high-grade ore. ' In Placer county, above Michigan Bluff, the Golden Fleece tunnel i...

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. — 4 December 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. l)in.¥ rVIOW SERIES VOL. LIY-So. MM. 1> AIL 1 RECORD SERIES -V OL. X.YU-.\o. MM. THE DAILY RECORD-UHION. t*n:crcd at ___ Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WI, H. MILES, General Mxuagrr. rvbUcatloa Office, Third it., bet. J and K. ' THE DAILY RECOBD-OflOX t! mbllitwd tnrj i»f of tte we**. Sundaya excepted. For oae year..' (10 00 For itz mats. 5 00 JTotS&j-ee months ' 3 OC Tea septet one jest, to one address 80 00 dabscrtiers aerred hr Carriers at Tw***»ty-Fiv« CbVTT* per week. In all Interior cities and toms th« pajMW can be had of the principal I 'erioUioal Dealers. tt.ws_.e- and Areata. Ail. s-TtKnz Rates in nully Rrcurd-I'r.lnn. One Square, 1 time...... .$1 00 pre ii'-sn. 2 time*. 1 75 *.:- ScjTiare, 3 times. 8 30 • Each additional time. 50 IVMk. JWeeVs. 1 Monti *..-* Sinare , Ist page $2 30 «3 50 * (3 00 H.:fSi'4U«,»ip*ie 3 30 6 00 8 00 . gait Squire, id page 3 00 * 50 6 00 Ha;f S...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 December 1880

[WRITTEN TOE ; THE RECORIMJNION.] The Ventures and Adventures of Charlie Gould; A ROMANCE OF THE STOCK-MARKET' \ „, ... ...-.._ • -,* -„; ;;; . t „. ...... -_■ •■*. ■; : '..* : ■•• ■•'. ""• -f-f'i '"iw^*: r . .-..*■.* ■■■■■-:.'■■ ■ :. '(BY EDWARD F. CAHILL. CHAPTER L AT HOME. " Old man Gould '' always went to church. Such institutions deserved .sup port, and, moreover, he learned the^news, but the news which he learned on that Sunday early in March, ■ IS7-, . did not please him one bit. Deacon McFaddlo asked him on the steps of the church J ' When Charlie was going to San Fran ■Cisco ? " - He laughed it off, and said it was " some foolishness the boys had put out," but in his heart he feared that it was true. All this, and more, occurred in Drytown, where he resided, and Drytown, as every school-boy knows, ia in Santa Pulveris county, which is one of the counties of Southern California. This news, with angry comments, he poured into the listen ing ear of his wife on their way home f...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 December 1880

OUTDOOR AMUSEMENTS. ITEMS OP INTEREST TO THE LOVERS OF FIELD SPORTS. (In this department, as the bead indicate*, we pro pose to in»ke record of current sporting events. Comnrauiciu*.i*ia to the paper concerning such cutters should In, addressed to the " Outdoor Amosemeut Uei*riaiwit "I What a Goon Bloodhound Can Do.— Some years ago, in the autumn, the Court Huntsman, nsw Forester Grumme, of Siedenhols, killed, early one morning, a young deer in a ravine near the Bruchberg, in the Harts. After being eviscerated, the J deer was left lying on the borders of a , pine wood, to be fetched by a charcoal burner in Gramme's employ. When the former arrived at the wood, he found the place empty, and the deer had apparently ' been stolen. I. was afternoon before Gramme heard of it. He immediately •went to tbe Brnchbcrg with his brave ( bloodhound, Hiisshmaun, but on the dry, rooky ground no trace of the manner in whioh.the deer had bet removed could be ; font ■"* time was to Ik* lost ; since th...

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. — 4 December 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. t*i .TI'RKAY DECEMBER *. 188-S. THESE {ORIGINAL* STORIES. During Ihe coming year, and commencing De eember ?s«, the Was lv Union will publish three Prize Stories of California. , The first, the pub lication of which will commence in the first week of December, will be entitled, "The Ventures and Adventures of Charlie Gould." This is an in tensely . interesting story of the Stock-Gambling perio " of California, and was written by Edward F. Cahill, of Lot Angeles. The price of the Weeklt Union will be ii HO per annum. THE WEEKLY UNION. The Weekly Ukick for 1881 rill be by far the most desirable paper published in the State. It is now the superior of any. It is the only weekly which goes to its readers twice a week ; the only one which will give phonographic legislative re ports ; the only one to publish an original serial prize romance, founded on modern Calif orniau history. It is the paper among weeklies of all others for home, farm, shop, office, street, mar...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 December 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 8ATtU»AV............1»ECEM8KK 4. l«so. Dally Meteorological Utecord— -signal serv • Ice I until Mute Army. . ivrNT.. December 3. ls,*jo— p. v. . -'§■§ rf - - sal Ofa *r " 2g.i r.f. m§l gar sa" E f % T. i I B 2 -£1 s*« s 2 5 = <• «-. •So fi'o 2 3 *<=•§ r^j J 5^ : ? JS. :2. J 2 '*- r** -*-* § : 5.58 Sti Olj-mpia .. .. .„.".;.. . ..... ... '. Portland Roseburg • ■■'■ '.' Resi Bluff. Saeram'to i ..... i i 9-2 -'. E. 6 Fresh.. .6» 'Jlew ♦S. Fran.. 29.58|53 SS S. 13 Fresh Lt. Rain •l'is»lia.. 29. 77|51|93 K. 4 Gentle Lt. R»in *LAngel.j29.*W,.*ili,*<C X. I. 11 trtsh Lt- Raiu Max. Ther., 50. Mm. Ther., m. River above low water mark, 9 S. ♦4:02 M __ ADV£?.TISSMcJtfT MENTION. Z Bric-a Brie Matinee end evening entertain ment. A. O. U. W., Union Ledge, to-night. Sacramento Commandery, So. 2, thi*< evening Washington Sunday -s,*houl, Sunday next. aV'an'ed- First-cla?s male waiter. A ,-. . Auctions. I**, Bell &. Co., sale of horeet, wagon', etc, to-day. By ...

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. — 4 December 1880

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Z-.Z' — *-3gmi HtACTICAL INFORMATION ' - FOB ; . > TEE fy-i FAKMER AND THE ORCHARDIST. (This Department Is prep-red for the StCKAJirirro Eioord-Uxios by it* Agricultural Editor. - All muter relating to the agricultural interest will be found under this bead.] ..-.-.; 7 Speed the Plow. The first real rainy day of the present sea eon wan the J first day of December. JJ On the first and second the rainfall generally over the State was more than two inches an ' amount sufficient to . enable farmers to start the plows.' . One year ago the rainfall up to the first of the preset, date was a little less than we have had this year, and the fear ' at that time was quite prevalent that there would not be time enough to get in a full area of land in wheat before it would be too late to sow. The same feeling has been en tertained this year, but since the rain' has been so general and so plentiful this fear will now disappear, and all will put the plows to going with all 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. — 4 December 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET REVIEW. (RBTOiITBD roll THE DAC&AJIitXTO RSCOKO-C-MON.] Sau Frakcisoo, December 2, 1- >. Business h.iiJs good. Tin seasonable rain-storm has greatly elated dealers. "-. The jobbing irade is quite active. The event of the week lias been the great rise in coal. Imports for the week have been fairly large. Few spot wheat charters have beui written in the week. The nominal rate to U. K. .= 72s ij,'.in7_s_. British CelumMii*. i.ii freights rule at Bi@6 per ton. J The Herald of to day saie .* "It is mure than probable that gom; of the vessels to ar rive here free from engagement* will he induced to take a run or two up north for return cargoes of coal, as this hiith- freight rata il mart profitable than current wheat freights to England, as two,. three or more voyages could be made to profit in thirty days for the round trip, Our disengaged toana:.'6 supply does not inc-ca»o ary, us most of the vessels now arriving come here under home c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 December 1880

COAST DISPATCHES. SPECIAL TO THE REC ORD- - NIOX.I THE MTJEDEE TEIAL AT OAKLAND. Taking of Testimony for the Defense Com- menoed in the Schroder Case. FURTHER REPORTS RECARDINC THE WEATHER. Schooner Abandoned in a Sinking; Condi- Uon on the Southern Coast. AKHION AND W-tSBDHtPM TERRITORY. Terrible Experience of .a Crew in the Northern Seas'. CALIFOKMX. nie Schroder Trial-Fifth Way's Proceed • US*" Oakland, December 3J.— The trial of Ed ward W. Schroder, indicted for the murder of Dr. Lefevre, entered upon the fifth day this morning, in Department No. 2 of the Superior Court , of Alameda, before Judge Oreen. This is, however, the second day on which testimony has been taken, the first three days having been employed in securing a jury. The Court-room was again crowded * with spectators. The defendant . and his father-in-law occupied seats, as usual, along side of counsel for defense. Schroder showed signs of fatigue and mental anxiety, bet was nevertheless calm and aelf-possessel. Co...

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. — 6 December 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY CNION SF.S.Ir'.S «•„_, 11V— 93.-,9. DAILY RECORD SERIES -VOL. X-11-NO. -6,£ THE PAIL Y RECORD -UNION. .— it— — at the Post Ogee at Sac— as second — — roan— PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WM. H. MILLS, General Manager. P-bli cation flier- , Third at., bet. J and K. TOE DAILY BECOBD-I'NION . 15 r. — lis — -d every day of the week. Sundays excepted. F0rc_eTear...',...."..vr....;;;.V,..V,.".^....-..510 00 fat six months. '..- 500 arsis montha. S 00 For—re. —00 the 3 00 Van co, I— one rear , to one add— 80 00 Bubs crfbers served by Carrie— at Twiktv-Fivs, Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had ot the principal Periodical .era. ewiznen and .Agents. Advert!— nz Bates In Dally Record- In lon. One Square, 1 time.. ...$1 00 One Square ,l times...... 175 One Square. 3 times. 3 50 | Bach additional time. ,' 50 I Week. .Weeks. 1 Month Half Squire, lit page {3 50 «3 SO *5 00 Half Square. — page 3 50 (CO 8 00 Half...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 December 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MONPAT....:..V-...".P"EC*t~B*CB ■C. 18CT. THREE ; ORIGINAL v STORIES. During th e earning year, and commencing Pc ttmUr lit,' ill.- Wss.tr I'Mo.-. will publish three prist Stories <:' California. ? The first,, ' pub ' lleation "0/ which will i nun. i..-i- in tit first week tf Deennber, mil be entitled, " The Ventures and Jldrtntum or" Charlie (.' .o.'i/ " This it' an in tensdy interesting Stacy «t the Stock Gambling yr-i-i I California, and MM irrittrn />. Rduard J*. Caktil, of let A ngelet. The price .... the W— a i.V Voto-h wll fr.- »? W per MM NEWS OF THE MORNING. la New York Saturday Government bond* were tj ie'— ' -t 111} lot -<* 19*7; I— for ta ol 1—1; HCt li tt* I Kerttng, 8* 8004 821 ; stiver ban, 111 - Ayy-A': yy^.J-rc^,^-.yy-jyi Silver hi Lend*— Saturday, 51 1 1.1—1; consols, 93 IV 18; tt per c *' ,t - Culled Sim™ bonds,— 4}; <*, 1JB; 4*. 116} re S— l Franc_ro hat! dollars are quoted at J dl» --oeuul tepar; Mexican — Car*, SO} buying, 91...

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. — 6 December 1880

THE- DAILY RECORD -UNION. WON" DAY.. .......... ..DECE— 8E8T»/?i_3o, "Dally —eleori.ioglr.ii Bee on!— Signal Serv ice rolled Slates Army. - ,"-"' SacaiM—rro, December 5, 18 SO-— p. _;. ' "~ " 2 - ■*= S ■.-■ O ■.-..- n~ {8 - ... _~" ' ' __ c »-■ -e*T r = <c — *o- :_ •>, •* -.- PS" I 5 §1 Id I*l Lr *is : "fa •" -& |g *•*.*"■-§ :If .5 .s, Olympia.. 29.63 36 98 & _ \ Light.. ._|_ ._ _ I Portlai _.y3 33r»0 E•_ Light.. .39 iLL Rain Hose burg M 0.04. 04 71 3. .v. i, Fresh.. .07 Cloudy Red Blufl. 30.28 50 86 _. E. 8 Fresh..' .03 Cloudy Sacrain'to 30.33 50 86 S. E. 4 On tie. .24 Cloudy -S. Fran.. 30.15 51 93 S. E. 8 Fresh..!.... U. Rain • Fisslia. .130.21 37 85 E. 4 ' Gentle. . ... Clear *LAr.?e1.|30.19 43 75 N.E.5 Gentle. .... Clear Alax. Ther., 54. ilin. Ther., 41. River above low water mark, 10. "I:— a. M. __ £DVERTI3EirIE*ST MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— " The Phoenix" tonight. Dr. bin— is lecture at Congregational Church. F. A. Hornblowcr— Candidate for School Director. S...

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. — 6 December 1880

THE DAILY RECORDrUNION; MOV HAY ---.DECEMBER :6, 183 C. DELAYED DISPATCHES. [SPECIAL TO THE RECORD-UNION.] 0-10 ELEOTOES AMD GAEFIELD. The President-elect Makes Another Pleas . ant Speech. PASSENGERS COMING WEST BY B.IIL. — — — - -■■■■■-.: " ' Arrival of Chang, the Tallest Man ln the World, at New York.: JERE BLACK'S VIEWS ON RAILROAD FREIGHT?. Report of the • Secretary vof the Navy- Commerce on the Pacific. MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS. One of tt 13 Provisions of the New Treaty with Ciaina. Etc;."... A.. ...... J.. Etc Etc -OHEViTC MEWS. ■■■ -. . -..'." -7,-" Garfield Makes a Speech lo the Ohio Elect - or*. Mentor (0.), December 21. — The Ohio Electors called on President Garfield to-day, and after an interchange of courtesies the latter said : Electors — I am deeply grateful to you for this call, and these personal and public congratulations, If I were to look upon the lie campaign and its re sults merely in the light of * personal struggle and a per— success, it would probabl...

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. — 7 December 1880

DAILT UNION SERIES -TOL, -LIT— NO. M—h UAIL'd RECORD SERIES -VOL. _111-.NO. -«4. HALE & CO., CRITEEION STORE. - ' ■ ' ..-.-.■---.....-.._, ,-,;. : ' • ' ' ■ ■ - LATEST BULLETIN ! K^HALI BROS/ ****** "C-E-.X-C-ESZeiXO-M'" .. WILL '•'_^_ __ S Psfe'' ■ "'- .^__} POSITIVELY CLOSE -ON- (V - ' 7>"7.v. : , ' Tuesday, Dec. 7th, ____ _r 4 _E». -SOL., ASD ALL BUSINESS W'aL BE JSXTS_-*-ES-Nr-D_E---> Until Further JSTotice. Saso_Pfe.'^-- --7.--- -:-.v7 YOU HAVE THEN ONLY THREE DAYS' TIME: ]!__—____ ' " '...".;■ .--- ":;^ae9Sa ; -___-"»'" ■ ■-■.*-■- ---L. -• ■- Saturday, «/ 7 * ■ ■ Monday, Tuesday, In which to avail yourselves of the IMMENSE till. HNS ! 757^ 7 IMMENSE BABGAINS ! IMMENSE BARGAINS I I A II ll _■ B-^ ft' I >M* I"*""""' BARGAINS ! Immense BABGAINS : I |\#| |\#| t IVI **-__ t "i""" 1 bargains : IMMENSE BABGAINS '. 1 1 VI IVI El 1110 L. «''«'» Si^_.-i : IMMENSE BAKG AINS :lIW I I ¥ I _■_ I V^ _-■ HUUNSE BABGAINS • IMMENSE BABGAINS I 7 r, IMMENSE BABGAINS ! BABGAINS j .-'-...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 December 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION* TI"ES»AT DECEMBER 7, J i lßs'i>.' SIX-PAGE EDITION NEWS OF THE MO RNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 111. for *s of 1907; 1011 for 59 of I— lt 110} fort_s; sterling, 84 h0&i .621; silver bar*, 111... . ... -- '■"• ' ' - ' " :" !a WpHB Sliver In London yesterday, SI 13-10 d ; consols, 9* "o-16 ; 6 per cent. United States bonds, 101} ; _, ll*>3;4_s, Ut}. AyAAA'L,' In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at J dis count to par ; Mexican dollars, £0} buying, 81 sell ing. • ■ .■ . 7: ' At O vcrpoo' yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s lid fel— 3 ' for good to choice California. Mining stocks were quite active in San Francisco yesterday morning, but very irregular. Alta opened 'at $10, or $3 lower than the lowest Board price on" Saturday, then fell to $9 75, rising to ,*lO at the opening of the second call, then dropping to (8 75, and fin— closing at 59 50 at the regular m truing call. Sitrra Nevada rose $1 37}' from Saturday, Mexica...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 December 1880

TOE DAILY RECORD' UNION; TIE. DAT --__—-__ I, IS*.. Daily Meteorological Elceor.l— Ms-ill serv ice United M .ill's Army. g ■ r. -7 Sicit—tEyro, December 6. 18 SO— 8:02 p. H. : -',■.:'.-- _.: I -'— 3""X -i:- ~ ■--'--.. ~. . „ ... - - 5 .*■ ■■ 3- I* I*l § s ! 5 :|S" - '.: So f a '-■-■ ■?_.£*. :=1 g Se-"" '•* .-* ■ • - - ~ . -Ct M-f "_ *_ mm Olympia.. ..... .. .. ........ ...... *•••; ........ Portland. i.i ',:>.. 81 N. 1 light .... Cloudy Rose bur? 30.15 51 59 -S. C Fresh.. .:.. Cloudy Red Bluff. : " 1 . _ 117 88 .'...:.„ Calm.. .... Fair - Sacra m'tul-.Si'f"" 02 X. W. 4 Gentle. .... Cloudy ' •S. Fran. 30.3:1 —.'NY E. 1 1 Li?ht.. ;. . . Clear "Visalia. . 30.34 38 .0! "; E. 4 Gentle. .... Clear . * L Angel .130.27146 77| N. 4 Gentle. ... ■ Clear Max. Ther., 04. Mm. Ther., 42.- River above low . water mark, 10 ft. 2 in. V : •4:02 A. M. ..-,...: .' - ■ A2>V_aT— 'EMENT : MENTION. Theater— Matinee and evening. Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter, to-ni.'bt. 1. 0.0. F.— Rising Star Rebckah ...

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