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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 January 1891

6 FOREIGN AFFAIRS. The Chitean Revolution Getting to Be a Serious Affair. THOUSANDS OP INSURGENTS MASS- ING AT QUILLOTA. Death of Charles Bradlangh, the Poli- tician und Soc-ial Reformer—Franco L'nea«y Over the Visit of the Grand Duke of Luxemburg to Germany— Spirited Debate In the Commons Over the Land Rent Question. Special to the Record-Union. Londo>:, Jan. 30.—Ad vices from Buenos Ayres state that 15,000 insurgents are massed at Quillota, a province of Valpa raiso, lifty miles from Santiago. It is reported that they are contemplating an advance on the capital The insurgents threaten to bombard every port on the coast unless their demands are granted by the Government. President Balmaceda's forces have been defeated at Iquiqui. The insurgents have been forced to withdraw from La pena, where, ailer a desperate engage ment with .1,000 Government troops, they were compelled to retreat to Lauorita. A DBSPKBA.TB BATTLE IN CHILE. Bi'e.nos Ayrks, Jan. 30. —According to Chilean advice...

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. — 1 February 1891

VOL. 11. BEYOND THE ROCKIES. Mine Negroes Shot Down by' Whites in Alabama. SERIOUS RAILROAD ACCIDENT AT CHICAGO. • Fatal Conn let Between a Mob of Motm taineers and a Posse, in "West Vir- Klnla—Cleveland and Hill Meet at a Banquet in New York — A Texas Stage Held Up by Highwaymen. Special to the Record-Union. liiKMiMiHAM (Ala.), Jan. 31.—Four negroes were shot dead and five others severely wounded, three of them probably fatally, at the Carbon Hill coal mines, in Walter County, forty miles -west of this city, last night. The only offense of the dead and wounded negroes so far as known is that they took the places of White miners during the recent strike, and when the strike was settled the com pany would not discharge them. The nine negroes were surrounded asleep in their cabins and shot down like wild beats before they had an oppor tunity to attempt an escape or resist. The white miners are suspected of the crime. BAILAVAYS. Territorial Division of the Xew Traffic Association. CHIC...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 February 1891

2 THE SUNDAY UNION. SUSDAY „ -FEBRTJAKY 1, 1891 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office. Third Street, between J and X THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Pages), Published six days in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seven-day paper. For one year $6 00 For six months : 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns trie paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. The; SL'NDAY UNION Is served by Carriers at TwiSKTi-iiVE Cents per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year f 1 50 The Sunday Union alone per year- 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mall or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 February 1891

THIRTY YEARS AGO. Old Forty-Niners' Annual Reunion in New England. .Men Who Dug for Gold, In tho Days of Old, Rehearse Their Cali fornia Lives. It is always pleasant to old Californians to read of the doings of their old comrades of the early mining days who are now spending their declining years amid the scenes of their childhood men who made their "piles" in tho early fifties, and went home to enjoy life. The Boston Sunday Herald of January Ist Five.-, the following interesting account of tno annual reunion and dinner of New Rrtgland '49-ers. Many of those present were men who had passed under the shadows of old Sutter's Fort in this city in the winter of '49 and the spring of'so. The paper says: The Revere House was the goal of the "Original Forty-niners" yesterday after noon, and from its flagstaff floated the white and blue folds of the grizzly bear flag of the New England Associated Cali fornia Pioneers. There were about 100 people present, a fair portion of whom were the legi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 February 1891

4 LEGISLATURE —29TH SESSION. Another Assemblyman Rises to a Question of Privilege. An Uneventful Day in the Senate—Bills Still Rolling In by the Wholesale. SENATE. Sacramento, Jan. 31,1591. The Senate met at 11 o'clock a. jc., Lieutenant-Governor Reddick in the chair. Roll called and quorum present. Prayer by Rev. A. T. Keedham. Journal read and approved. INVITED TO LECTURES. The Chair caused to be read a communi cation received from the Women's Chris tian Temperance Union of Sacramento, extending an invitation to the members of the Senate to attend the lectures to be given at the Congregational Church on Sunday and Monday evenings by Mrs. lloll'man, whoso abilities as a lecturer ■were highly extolled. Mr. Mead moved that the invitation l>e accepted and the the Senate attend in a body. Mr. Goucher moved to amend by re ferring the communication to the Com mittee on Public Morals and the Senator from Solano. The Chair ruled both motions out of order. Mr. Heacock moved that the invi...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 February 1891

LACK OF LOCAL PRIDE. An Impartial Stranger Frankly Criti cises Our People. •'Whtit Is the Matter With Sncra xnento?" — Tho Question Plainly Answered. When the following conversation was had with Mr. Samuel, no idea of putting it into print was i ntertained. Subse quently ij was thought to be worthy the consideration of ail Sacramentans, aud since the troth can harm none, and error if it exists should be brought to light, the statements of Mr. Samuel to a Reoobd- Uxioh reporter have, with the consent of Mr. Samuel, been reduced to writing, and are herewith given to the readers of the Siniiav Us ion under the belief that then- will do good. Mr. L. Samuel is general manager of the West Shore, an illustrated Journal that lias long been published at Portland, am! that lias done good work in making the claims of the Northwest country widely known. The business of Mr. Samuel and his associates in thus attrac tively presenting the claims and beauties oi the towns, citi -„ and lands of the u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 February 1891

6 THREE FEET OF OBSTINACY. BY Z.. B. W.VLFORD. A gay seaside resort was in full swing. Every hotel, villa and boarding-house was busy and overflowing; tho weather •was superb; and each day and all day long, the beach, the parade, and the thyme-scented downs above, were covered with bright-clad holiday makers, who, according to taste, either sailed hither and thither athwart the dancing waters, strolled and rested beneath the warm cliffs, or rode and drove about the open, undulating country behind. "It is a most vulgar place," said a lady, calmly. The speaker never went near the sea, and never scaled the cliffs. To her view there was only one spot tolerable in the whole neighborhood—one oasis in the desert by which she was surrounded. "I go to the park, yes, every after noon," Mrs. Chevenix now proceeded (sly} was sitting in "the park" as she spoke). "I go in the afternoon, and also in the evening. There is really nowhere else, yon know. There are a few people to be'seen there; and o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 February 1891

ROBIN HOOD'S LAND. The Charm Growing Oat of Lit- erary Identification. Genial and Entertaining Taper on the Olden Haunts of Robin Hood and Friar Tuck Ileplete "With Some Very Pleasing Legends, l'oetry and Ilem lniscences. [Regular Correspondence of the Sunday Union. Copyright, 1801.1 Nottingham, England, Jan. 14,1891. The longer one wanders in England, Scotland and Ireland, the more encom passing and impressive becomes that charm fjrowiug out of what may be termed literary identification. Over then in Ireland what can be more fascinating than a silent ramble about slumberous old Youghal and up drowsy Kiloolman way? There Kaleigh and Spenser lived, loved and wrought. Tramping from Killarncy toC'ahersivten. one lingers lovingly at Oarhan bridge; for beside it the great O'Connell was born. Who but a bigot can climb the Book of Cashel without a subdued and reverential feeling from the historic and sacred surroundings; or who but an in ■Bnaatc shudders not at Uoyne or'Augh rim when- the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 February 1891

8 CONGRESSIONAL. The Army Appropriation Bill Passed by the Senate. 0 DISCUSSION ON THE BARRUNDIA AF FAIR IN THE HOUSE. Secretaries Elaine and Tracy Com mended for Their Action In the Matter—A Committee of Nine Ap pointed by the Senate to Attend the Funeral of the .Late Secretary Wln dom. Special to the Recoki>-Unio:t. Washington*, Jan. 31. —In the Senate the Vice-President laid before the Senate the credentials of Cameron for a new term, and they were placed on file. Among the bills reported from com mittees and placed on the calendar was one for the exploration and survey of the interior of Alaska. Sherman introduced a bill appropriat ing .^iJ.OUO for a monument to Chief Jus tice Chase in the city of Washington. It was referred. The House resolution for the appoint ment of a committee of nine to attend the funeral of Secretary Windom was laid before the Senate, and Morrill offered a resolution for the appointment of a com mittee of seven Senators to Join the House Committee atte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.---TO. 140. SENSATIONAL RUMORS. Excitement Over a Reported Race War in Alabama. STRANGE DEATH OF A WEALTHY GIRL FROM MORPHINE. It ls Supposed That a Blundering Pre scription Clerk Is to Maine—Close of tlie Taubeneck-Rogers Investiga tion and the Exoneration of Tauben eck by tho Committee. Bpecial to the Record-Union. Birminuiiam (Ala.), Feb. I.—Reports were current here yesterday of an attack by white men, at the Galloway mines,.011 the negroes who had been put to work during tlie recent strike. Efforts made by telegraph to secure confirmation of the reports proved futile. The only answer obtainable was that a negro had been killed by a white man in self-defense, and that the reports were in correct. It seems possible, from later de velopments, that the correspondents were intimidated. This morning Colonel Clark, of the Second Regiment, received orders from Governor Jones to put fifty men of the local company under arms and hold them in readiness to proceed to Carloton H...

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

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION MONDAY.— FEBRUARY B,IBSI ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHIN& COMPANY Off toe. Third Streeta between J and "_ •; THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Pases), Published six days in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid sevkn-day paper. For one year $G 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fiftki:n Cents per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical ileulers, Newsmen and Agent*. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carrier* ot Tw_nty-*ive Cents per mouth. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pajres), Is the cheapest aud most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published ou tlie Pacific Coast. The Wbkkly Uwos per year $} 50 The Sunday Union alone per year- 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mall or Express toagents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are Thc'best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 February 1891

AT THE PRISON. Legislators Enjoy a Bulls-Head Break fast at Folsom. . Inspection of the Prison and Great Dam—Warden An.l and Engineer Humbert Complimented. About one hundred and fifty guests of Warden Aull and Engineer Humbert went up to tho Fo!: om Prison yesterday morning. A boat eighty were gentlemen of the Senate or Assembly, and some fif-'i teen were ladies. The special train, furnished by the hosts, left tho depot at „36 o'clock A. M., and made the run to the lower grounds of. the prison -Mri a little less than an hour. Piloted bj Mr.. Aull, Mr. Humbert and Prison Director Devlin, the company first visited the great dam above the prison. Abbot three-quarters of an hour-was ■pent in examining the works at tbat point, many of the party crossing to the other side of tho river on the crest of the dam. Inquiries as to details- were many, and were all responded to by olricers of ! the prison und the works. The Part} then walked back along the | line of the 'canal, and inspected its ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 February 1891

4 FANATICISM IN AFRICA. Graphic Description t)f the Ordeal by Poison. Peculiar Societies Existent Among Various Tribes — Youth of Rotli Sexes Initiated Into Many Occult Ceremonies and Si*?ns — Notorious Medicine Men and Witch Doctors. To students of racial idiosyncrasies the peculiar freemasonry societies existent among the tribes of Central Africa oiler a rich Held of research. From the meager knowledge I could gain about them dur ing my travels there they may be suc cinctly' described as s<x*ieties. in which the youth of both sexes are enrolled, and places under what corresponded to a priestly supervision, to be initiated into many occult ceremonies and signs and to learn a language known only to the inner j circle of members. The inlluence of these • societies and the members of them over I the i>eople at large was naturally enorm- ! ous, the native African being of an ex- i tremely superstitious cast of mind, and the members of the society claiming for their especial contr...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 February 1891

NIHILISM IN RUSSIA. The Remarkable Organization that the Czar Fears. _____ •Weaning of the Term ""SlhHlst"—"What it ls to Belong to the Order*—lts Oaths and Obligations—Marvelous Growth—The "Mission" oi"Nihilism. Tourgieneff, the Russian writer, was the first to apply the word "Xihilism" personally. In "Fathers and Sons," pub lished in 1801, he calls his hero, Bazaroff, a Xihilist. When, in 1862, the Polish revolution broke out, the word was brought into universal use, aud since that time it has been persistently applied to reformers and all liberal-minded persons. Nihilism is derived from the Latin word Xihil (nothing), giving the impression that persons so called held no beliets of any kind; that law and religion were to them unknown quantities—things of the past. The supposed mission of tho Xihilist is to break all laws, scatter orthodox creeds to the winds, and, if necessary, unseat royalty itself in the accomplish ment of its purpose. Nihilism, at its first inception, was but a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 February 1891

6 A PARSON AT A SEANCE. Professor Steen's Spirits Material and Immaterial. Tho Cleric Gets Away from Home and Into Queer Company—Experience lv a Cabinet—The Astral Hand. "California is a great State," continued the purson. "It is full of enterprise and voters, consequently it is a great resort. Cheap spirits, tea cents a drink, but there are two kinds of spirits, materiall and im material, and it is of the latter that I pro pose to speak this evening. I am a side partner of the former, but for the latter I have no time. A few weeks ago I at tended what is called a 'spiritualistic s.■:■■-..■'at the Now Wigwam building in San Francisco, and there must have been about three thousand people there. It was given hy Mr. and Mrs. Steen, and at the request of the medium, who was a sell made woman by the name of Catastrophe Jane. I went upon the stage to collar the •spirits if possible, and exhibit them to the gaze of the audience. I made up my mind to ii" so before tho show was over, and mak...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 3 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--NO. 141. BEYOND THE ROCKIES. Terrible Mine Explosion Reported in Colorado. SO LTVES KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN LOST. _ Cold Wave Sweeps Over the North west—The Thermometer Many De grees Below Zero ln Minnesota and the Dakotas—A Desperado in an Alabama Jail Stands Off an Armed Mob—Koch's Treatment. Apeclal to the Record-Union. Denver, Feb. 3.—a. m.—A Newcastle 'Col.) special says: The Mammoth mine disaster occurred here last evening in the Grand River coal and coke mines. Just at 6 o'clock as the day shift, composed of seventy-five men, was about to leave the mine, a terrific explosion occurred, and immediately a black smoke came pour ing out of the side of the mountain. Men, women and children rushed toward the entrance of the mine, only to be driven back by tlie clouds of smoke. Above the roar of the escaping gas the pitiful cries of the imprisoned miners could be plainly heard by their wives and children. Soon willing hands braved the great danger and started the hoisting ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 3 February 1891

2 DAILY RECORD:UgTO]Sr TUESDAY FEBRUARY 3, 1891 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and X THE DAILY RECORD-UNIO.N, (Six Pages), Published six flays in each week, aad THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seve>'-day paper. For one year 86 00 For six months — 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 had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Xuwmiiui and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carriers at Twenty-five Cents per month. *. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year- $1 50 The Sunday Union aioue per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mall or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. AU Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the P...

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

CAPTAIN KIDDER OUSTED. The Supervisors Appoint a New Court- House Janitor. John Winn Will Continue to be the County Hospital Parmer—"Routine Business Transacted. The Board of Supervisors convened yesterday forenoon for the February ses sion and transacted considerable busi ness. There were present Supervisors Jenkins, Miller, Black and Bates, and Chairman Greer presided. A communication from tho Supervisors of Los Angeles Couuty, asking the local board to assist in the opposition to the county division bills now before the Leg islature, were placed on file, and, on mo tion of Mr. Black, it was decided to im form the Sacramento representatives that the Board was in sympathy with Los Angeles in the matter. The regular monthly reports of the County Treasurer and Auditor were re ceived and accepted. Tho petition of Henry Vobrman for the formation of a reclamation district on Tyler Island, in the Sacramento River, including 2,033.47 acres, the property of petitioner, was granted. CAPTAIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 3 February 1891

CAPTAIN KIDDER OUSTED. The Supervisors Appoint a New Court- House Janitor. John "Winn Will Continue to be the County Hospital Farmer—Routine Business Transacted. The Board of Supervisors convened yesterday forenoon for the February ses sion and transacted considerable busi ness. There were present Supervisors Jenkins, Miller, Black and Bates, aud Chairman Greer presided. A communication from tho Supervisors of Los Angeles County, asking the lo<*al board to assist in the opposition to the county division bills now before the Leg islature, were placed on file, and, on mo tion of Mr. Black, it was decided to in form the Sacramento representatives that the Board was in sympathy with Los Angeles in the matter. The regular monthly reports of the County Treasurer and Auditor were re ceived and accepted. Tho petition of Henry Vobrman for the formation of a reclamation district on Tyler Island, in the Sacramento River, including 2,0->J.47 acres, the property of petitioner, was granted....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 3 February 1891

4 CLEVELAND AND HILL. Prospects for the Nomination for President in 1893. Death of tho Captain of the Famous Steamer Star of tho West, Which Received the First Shot Fired in tho Civil War-A Genuine Relic. [Special correspondence of the Record-Union] Washinc-ton (D. C), Jan. 25, 1891. An incident occurred here last week ■which would not attract attention but for the namo of the person and his immedi ate known associations, and the sequel ■which immediately followed diid its in definite possibilities. Dan Lamont, pri vate secretiiry under President Cleveland, arrived here at noon on the Kith inst. He immediately drove to the Capitol, sent his card to Senator Gorman of Maryland, Chairman of the Democratic Committee, received an immediate interview of con siderable length and apparent earnest ness, thence drove back to the depot aud took the train for Xew York. Things of this kind are of daily occur rence during a session of Congress and no attention is puid to it apart from the unimpor...

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