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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 September 1891

4 JUDGE T. B. M'FARLAND. He is Going Back to the Old Home stead. The Crown of Honors He Will Bear to tho Scenes of His Childhood. The lives of men are what they make them. They are the architects of their own fortunes who most command the re spect and inspire tho esteem of their fel lows. He whose character passes the fires of contemporary criticism and comes out of the crucial test of the judgment of his own people, is honored deservingly and has achieved, whatever the limits of his ambition, a success. For they live to good purpose who deserve the esteem, affection and confidence of their fellow men, and whose love is sufficient to em brace all humanity. It is a pleasure to write In commenda tion of such men, and one of these, a dis tinguished citizen and jurist, Thomas Bard McFarland, Justice of the Supremo Court of California, furnishes us the op portunity by a proposed visit to the home of his birth after an absence of forty-one years. We have deemed it fitting that this repres...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 September 1891

THIRTY YEARS AGO. Edgerton's Eloquent Apostrophe to the Stars and Stripes. Saeramentans "Who Responded to the Call to Arms—Plxley and the Secession Pups. On the Ist of September, 1801, John Conness, candidate of the Union Demo cracy for Governor, and Henry Edger ton, candidate for Congress, addressed an immense mass mooting in front of the St. George Hotel in this city. Newton Booth presided, Daniel Whiploy w«a V ice-President and George Haswell Sec retary. Edgerton's spoech was a marvel of elo quence, and his hearers were so carried away by his magnetic presence and fiery oratory that their enthusiasm knew no bounds. In his opening remarks Edger ton paid a beautiful tribute to the women of America. He said that, in view of the graceful presence of some of Sacramento's patriotic women, ho could not forbear to remark that, as Republican institutions gained ground, woman appeared less and less prominently upon the theater of events. She whose presence in this liv ing world was like th...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 September 1891

6 ENGLISH SEASIDE RESORTS. Pen Picture of Fair Bournemouth-' on-the-Sands. It is In England und Yet Glows With Xownoss and Progress—Paradise of Pines—Romances and Tragedies of an English. "Doom"—A City of Villas and Palutial Homes. [Special Correspondence of Record-Union. Copyright, 1591.] Bournemouth (Eng.), Aug. 24, 1801. Kegarded from almost any standpoint, Bournemouth is unique among the great seaside resorts of England. It is truly a health-giving spot without certification. Its scenic outlook is grandly beautiful without appeal to guide-book, which it does not possess, or to tho imagination, which it lovingly prompts. It is rich without being vulgar; aristocratic, though not insufferably so; popular, and yet dreamfully quiet. The omnipresent 'Arry, 'Arriet and "Tommy Atkins" of every other known resort in England are hero unknown. And, moro .noticeable than all else to the American loiterer, it is in England and yet glows with new ness and progress. While it ever recalls the b...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 September 1891

IN RELIGION'S REALM. £xpressions from the Various Religious Newspapers. The Religions Thought of the Day as Expressed in the Sectarian Press- Some Matters of Interest to Both Ministers and Laymen. A correspondent of the Christian Advo cate (Moth.) wishes to know: "If a Chris tian physician on Sunday performs surgical operations or visits patients, can he consistently take pay for the same?" To which the Advocntc answers: "Cer tainly. Do you not pay your sexton for taking care of the church, or organist for playing, if he is a professional, and your servants for working on Sunday in your house? Such is human nature that, if the physician took no pay for Sunday services, his congregations would ne'er break up and his Sabbaths would have no ond." The Cong regat ion all st says: "The cus tomary motive urged for sustaining re ligious services in places where one may be sojourning lor the summer is the help which can thus be brought to many a feeble church. That is not the only rea son wh...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 September 1891

8 THE SENATORS WON. Harris' Team was Very Hard Up for Pitchers. Tho Game wns Close for Seven Innings, Alter WhlcH It was Rather Ono-Slded. Th© demand for nood pitchers at pres ent is greater than at any time this season, and tho Sacramento and San Francisco managers particularly aro each exceed ingly anxious to find some good twirler ■who wants to play ball. Manager Harris has only one pitcher (Cobb) in whom he has any confidence, and Hoffinan is now the only twirler in the Sacramento team. Darby has left for I'ondleton, Or., for some reason or other, and will not be apt to return. Meegan came up with the San Fran ciscos yesterday, and was put in the box. lie discovered in the first inning that lie could not pitch on account of a sore arm, and Swott, the catcher, was put in to do box-work and get the kinks out of his arm. Hoffman and Bowman were in the points for the Sacramentos, and up to the eighth inning the two tennis played an excellrm game. Swett did remarkably welL and Hoffma...

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. — 7 September 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.-rNO. 14. ROASTED TO DEATH. Workmen Surrounded by a Wall of Blazing Naphtha. TWO OF THEM BURNED IN A FRIGHTFUL MANNER. Tho Board of Lady Managers of the World's Fair Pass a Resolution De cliirinu in Favor of tho Closing: of tho Exposition on Sundays— IToavy Storm Roported Along the New .Tersoy Coast. Sppolal to the Record-Untox. PbovTDKNOE (K. I.), Sept. C—ln view of a hundred spectators two men -were literally roasted alive with water forty feet deep all about them. The city has a pro cess of disposing of its garbage swill by treating it with naphtha, a large tank of| which was lying on the banks of the Womasquatoeket River. The tank be gan to leak and the river became cov ered with a thick coating of Inflammable MtufT. .Tvist below the tank there was a raft on •which was an engine and pile-driver j worked by three men. There names j •wore. Patrick Nagle and Patrick Fen nessy of Providence, and Phinear Gam mell of Paw-tucket. The outgoing tide carried the naphtha to t...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 September 1891

2 DAILYJIECOBD-UNION ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHIM COMPANY Office, Third Street, Between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION For one year. f g 00 For six months 3 00 fttr three months ..."." 1 50 Sal scrlbers served by carriers ut Fifteen 3<r-r week. In all Interior cities aod towns thi: pa[>er ran be hud of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Amenta. THE WEEKLY ONIOB Ib the cheapest and most desirable Home, .News and Literary Journal published on the F»»«liie Coa<-t. The Weekly Union per year $1 00 «- These publications are sent either by >I<iil or Express to agents or single sub •criben= with charges prepaid. All Postmast ers uro uirvnts. Tne best advertising mediums on the Paeiflo OMtt. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as Mom. d-clabs matter. Weather Forecast. Forecast till 8 p.m. Monday: For North ern California—Weather Deooming toggy and cloudy, with rain* in the mountains and 1 <• caelonul light showers in the valleys; 0 olcr In the Baonunen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 September 1891

CALIFORNIA INDUSTRIES. They Will be Fully Represented at the State Fair. The Exhibition to Open To-day Prom ises to bo tho Finest Ever Ileld In the State. An inspection of the Pavilion and stock grounds yesterday folly warranted the statement that the State Fair, which opens here to-day, will equal, if jt does not exceed in interest, any yet held in this State Every square toot of space in the Pavilion has been engaged, and those who are always late with their applica tions will this year receive a lesson from which they may profit hereafter. The exhibitors are progressing well in getting their displays in place, and by this evening the greai exposition build ing will present a brilliant appearance. Most of the leading Sacramento merch ants are preparing splendid exhibits, sev eral Of which will be features of the exhi bition. Superintendent Laßue hit upon an unusually happy idea this year in plan ning the distribution of exhibits. All those reaching to considerable bight have been ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 September 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Sacramkxto, September 5, IR9I. FRT'IT— lemons—Sicily, ftg@B ".(» ? l>ox: California, $76? r>o; Limes, Elo£ 11 V i>ox; fi 2.v..-1 ,r><> 100; Rwntnitf f? sO@B r>o -^ bunch (or Island: Cocoanute,f7<#B: California Oranges—Riverside, 83#3 5O r box; Pine apples, <»0 <-«'nt< each, |* v docen; Peaches, <• *jh box; Blaokberrles, ?lfa 1 25 V case jiiio f l 50 Vcmte:Strawberries,fl 40-; 1 f>o « ease; Apricots, o< @75c >> *">x: Nectarines, •;s<'@?l V 3 box; Raspberries,sl@l 25 V- case; Plums, r>0('"'?l ~'s f) box; Baruett Pears,9l <S/1 25 8 box; Apples, 50c@f1 V box. CANNED GOODS—Assorted Table, S2ft 2 10; Apples.*] 60; Apricots.fl 90; Black berries. .■?! »5; Cherries, 82 40@2 »;o; Cur rants, S'J 25; Gooseberries, $l 8001 9O; Muscat Grapes. $1 55fal HO: PI urns. §1 GO; Quinces. $1 95; Raspberries, $2 70; straw benies, £2 70. BREAroTUFFS-Vkrar, 95 25 ?, bbt Oat meal, 10-ti. sack*, 4c i* B»; $3 7b %* ioo-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 September 1891

AUGUST WEATHER. Lieutenant Finley Explains Its Pecul iarities. The Month Was Distinguished for High Temperatures, Local Storms and Unusual liuniidity. In his monthly report for August Lieu tenant John P. Finley, Government Officer in charge of the Pacific division of tho Weather Bureau, says the month has emphasized the abnormal conditions of July, except perhaps as to rainfall in cer tain localities. Like July, August is dis tinguished for high temperatures, local storms, high winds and excessive hu midity. The local rains have been heavier and the local storms more severe. There has been more warm waves, more continued high temperatures and more injury to plant growth. The tenters of all cyclonic disturbances have moved eastward north of Washington. Tho area of high barometric pressure have been especially marked for their extent and Intensity. The warm waves in Oregon and Washington have been particularly •evere and long continued They were marked by high humidify, which in creas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 September 1891

6 GILT-EDGED BALL. The Kind Played Yesterday at Snow flake Park, It Was a Pitchers' Battle, and a Hard- Fought Ono, and tho Visitors Were Victorious. The ball game yesterday at Snow flak o Park between the Sacramentos and San FandMM was one in which the result depended entirely upon the effectiveness of the pitchers. The players of both teams rendered almost perfect support, and it was simply a case of Hoffman vs. Cobb. The lielders, both in and out, ac cepted all the chances, with one or two ex.-options, and a batter in order to gain his base was compelled to hit the ball out of reach of a fielder, or wait for "four balls." The best pitcher in each of the teams occupied the box, and to all appearances each tried hard to win the game for his cl üb. The contest was a close and interest ing one all the way through, oven though the San I'raiu'iscos maintained the lead throughout. Two innings were played before either Bide scored. In the third inning, bases on balls by Gooodenough and B...

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

VOLUME LXXXTI.-NO. 15. LABOR'S PAGEANT i Grand Demonstration By Wage-Earners. MAGNIFICENT PROCESSION. A Marvel of Discipline, Order and Good Nature. THOUSANDS WERE MARCHING. Impressive Literary Exercises at the Plaza. SEVERAL ELOQUENT ADDRESSES. <;oms of Thought on tho Croat Labor Problem v.y riov. Drs. Ijevy and Tindall. Ii v.a<? indeed label's dayi A finer-looking body of men never trod the streets of Sacramento, and for order, discipline and sobriety the demon stration of yesterday was never sur ; used. And such a big turn-out! Hut then that was not unexpected, as the prepara tions of the wage-earners had been going un for several weeks, and it was fre quently given out that on the day of tho parade an immense body of men would be in liii". K\ erything came up to the highest ex pectations, and taken altogether it was a treat triumph for organized labor. A t the conclusion of the parade- literary exercises were held at the Plaza, which were listened to by an immense concours...

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. — 8 September 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION EBBURD BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Cfflce, TbJrd Strict, liotween J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION For one year f 6 00 l-'orsix months 8 00 For throe month* 1 so Bnbaertbera Bervad by carriers ;u Fiktkkn Cents \,er week. In all Interior (titles and towns tho paper can be Imd of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION Ib the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. Tho Weekly Union per year ?1 60 O9- These publications are sent either by Witil or Express to agents or tingle sub scriber; with charges prepaid. All Postmast er* are agents. '1 he beat advertising mediums on the Paciflo Coast. Entered at the Postoflice at Sacramento as Mcc;i i-elai-s mattor- 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 of the world. Out tide of Ban Francisco, they have no com' pctit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 September 1891

STATE FAIR. The Great Exposition Now Fairly Under' Way. Additional Special Features—Good Re ceipts for tho First Day—To- Day's Racing; Events. Yesterday was the opening day of the State Fair, and a very auspicious opening it was. True, there \\;ts nothing to attract visitors to the Park, nor indeed to tho Pavilion, as the events in the former place were not to be inaugurated until to-day, and the displays in tho exposition building are not yet complete. However, the society took in a little money yesterday, and as the first day's receipts arc always regarded as a lair in dication of those to follow, the Board of Directors were last night feeling very happy over the prospects of a prosperous fiiir. Yesterday's receipts amounted to 81,350, as against 81,(MO for the nrst day last year. Tho Pavilion opened last evening at the | appointed hour, and quite a number of : visitors were present lor a first night. They were treated to some very choice j music by the First Artillery Band (led b...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 September 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACUAMKNTO MARK FT. Bacsaxknto, September 7, 1891. FRUlT—Lemons Sicily, #-...- 50 "-' i" 1^: California, $7@7 50; Limes, f lOcajll V box; fl Uf»c«l ".Or 1<>(1; Bananas,f2 sO@a 50 fj bunch for Island: Oocoanuts, 97@8: < iilifornia Oranges—Riverside, 93®3 50 r j box; Pine apples, r.o o<-iits each, S7 ft dozen; Peaches, 4<>@i;<>ei* t»ox; Blackberries,fl<al 25 *>case nndfl 50Iterate:Strawberries,91 40^1 50 ft osse; Apricots, 5 @75c f box; Nectarines, 7,V<3sl -;' imx; lfcispberrios ?1" 1 2~> V case: Plums, 50c@$l lt> , box; Baruett Pears, fl r«?;l 25 > oox: Apples, 50c#fl >; box. CANNED GWDB—Assorted Table, |2£ 2 1(»; Api'lo-^. $1 <">0; Apricots.fl 90; Black berries. M 5; Cherries, #2 40@2 ♦;<»: Cur rants, 32 i.T>; Gooseberries, ?l BO(d l y<); Muscat Grapes, SI ;VV'l 60; Plnnis. $1 00; Quinces. §1 '>o; Raspberries, §2 7o; Btn*w \y rries, ?2 70. bREA£)BTUFTS—FIour, f5 25 %> bbL Oat meal, LO* sacks, 4c fl 11; f...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 September 1891

MURDER AND SUICIDE. An Oregon Lady Killed by a Per- HE THEN SENDS FIVE BULLETS INTO HIS OWN BODY. Tho Warship Pensacola Ordered to Honolulu to Protect American In terests— Proceed In rs of tho World's Fair National Commission-lioom ers Being Driven From Indian Reservations by United States Cavalry. Pp*»olnl to the Record-Union. BLooraroToa (I1L), Sept 7.—Dr. Cbas. E. Ballard of Saybrook, 111., and Miss Bertha Tson of Baker City, Or., and daughter of the late Judge I son of that place, were found dead this morning. Di. Ballard is a young physician. He came to this city lust Friday and ever •since then has been Importuning Miss lson, who came herewith her mother to attend the college, to marry him. She thought much of him, but begged him to postpone the event until alter her educa tion was completed. This morning ho appeared at the house and had an inter view with Miss lson in the parlor. While talking with her he pulled out a revolver and shot her twice, once through the head and hea...

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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. — 8 September 1891

6 NOT SO TROUBLESOME NOW. Some Restrictions laken Off the County Licenses. Saloon Men Will Not Have to Obtain Slffimtnivs—Gallant Fislit of the Temperance L,adies. The liquor license bugaboo bobbed up serenely again before the Board of Super visors yesterday morning. At the August session of the board Mr. Miller gave notice vhat ho intended to in troduoe a resolution, the effect of which would be to rescind that clause of the county license ordinance which requires ■aloon men desiring licenses to obtain the consent of a majority of the resident tax payers in his precinct. The matter had i i n discussed before, and the saloon men, with their attorneys, had made their arguments. Then the whole matter was postponed until yesterday so that the temperance people could have a say. OUT IN KonCE. To say that the advocates of the ordi nance turned out in force would bo put ting it mildly. The room was not big enough to hold them, and the majority of them were ladies. The. hum of voices befor...

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. — 9 September 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.--KO. 16. FOUGHT TO A FINISH. Convicts Entertain Their Superiors at the lowa Penitentiary. BLOODY PRIZE FIGHT BETWEEN TWO The National Commissioners of tlio World's Columbian Fair Complete Their Labors nnd Adjourn I'ntil April—Strict Mensures to be Taken by Government Authorities to Pun ish Persons Assisting Pauper Im migrants to Land in the United States. Fpeclal to the REOORD-UKIOir. Boxbh City ilda.), Sept. 8. — The report of a bloody fight to a finish at the State Penitentiary came to light in this city to <iay. The extraordinary event occurred live weeks ago last Sunday. Boxing has boon permitted by the Warden for months, and culminated in a finish fight between Convicts McCrearyand Dunlap, in winch thu latter was whipped. The preliminaries were arranged by Warden Mack and his guards. The prisom re were allowed to bet money and articles Which they manufactured on the result, and on tho day of the fight were present en masse. Guard Alex Roberts, son of Prison Co...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 9 September 1891

2 DAILY rvECORDUNTON Weather Forecast. Foreeasttlll 8 P. m. Wednesday: For North ern California—Generally foggy and cloudy »mtUBI, local ruins in the mountains; scat tering showers in tho San Joaimin Valley; nearly stationary temperature, except, cooler In the Sacramento tind Hun Joaquin Valleys. THE INCREASE IN SAN FRAN CISCO'S ASSESSMENT. The State Board of Equalization has raised the assessment rolls in eleven counties. The chief advances are in San Francisco, where 198,808,559 is added, and Los Angeles, where tho increase is .?1!. --2)1,813. With regard to this last, and the other lesser cases, we are not now deal ing. The raise in the case of San Fran cisco is, however, to be now and at once condemned as an act of injustice. The testimony was clear before the board that San Francisco has not been enjoying an unusual advance in prices of realty; that while fancy figures here and there wore quoted, as a rulo there hns been no unusual forward movement in prices. The executive offi...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 9 September 1891

HEAVY INCREASES. The State Board of Equalization's Final Sensation. San Francisco Is Raised Over Xinety- Eltrht Millions—Others Hoisted, Too—Ventura Reduced. The State Board of Equalization has concluded its deliberations in a sensa tional manner. Eleven of tho counties cited to appear before it and show cause why their as sessments should not be raised did not satisfy the board witb their evidence, and their assessments have been hoisted "out of sight." As was expected, San Francisco was hit bard. The State Board has raised the valuation of the real and personal prop erty of tho metropolis M 0 per cent., or $98,308,559. THE BOAKD TS FIGURES. The following figures will show what the board has done, the first column in dicating the assessed valuation returned by tho county, and the second column the increase made by tho board: AsscMcd. Increase. San Fraucisco..§3it;t.: f>:_'.<;<Mi 998,308,069 Yuba ti.7(>], <.)43 31,603 Ban Mateo L5,_22,980 1,584, San Joutiuin '37,:U>...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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