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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

2 " " ' ' T , . , f and W. B. Miller ; the store and shops of L. L. Lewis & Co.; the store of Holbrook, Mer ? rill & Stetson ; the store of Locke & Laven son • the store of Hall, Luhrs ft Co.; the building of H. Wachhorst; the Hayden building ; the store of Waterhouse & Lester ; the Capital Woolen Mills depot; the Rail • road building (Third and X streets) ; the '' Lardner building; the Central building ■A the ßecord-Union building; the Fratt / biding; the Brown building ; the § Marco Mania building; the Booth & Co. buildings, occupied by that firm and G. W. Chesley & Co.; the spacious stores of Baker & Hamilton, M. C. Hawley & Co., Holman & Stanton, George O. Bates & Co., and the Stndebaker Agency; the business block oc cupied by Ackerman & Co. and Dale & Co.; the spacious business block at Fourth and X "'' ' streets; the D. H. Quinn building; the L. C. Chandler building; the Water Works - bunding; the Clunie building; the Grand : Hot...

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. — 1 January 1881

THE JHILY RECORD-UNION. BUSINESS REVIEW. Reprei entative Business • Houses of Sacramento. The Advantages of the Sac ramento Market and the Claims Made for Trade. Below, in accordance with the annual custom of this journal, is presented a re view of many representative business houses of Sacramento. It will be found to well repay attentive reading. The claims male by these houses are thor oughly well known and admitted in this community and throughout the extensive trade area of Sacramento, which is con stantly expanding and augmenting in in fluence. Especial reference in examina tion of this review should be made to the elaborate exposition of the trade van tages of this city, as presented by the Sac ramento Board of Trade, printed elsewhere in tliis number. WATF.RnOISE,*-* LESTER, Wholesale Dealers In Hardwoods, Far rinse ami Witnon Supplies. KOS 70S AND 710 J STREET, RAMENTO, AND SOS. 917 TO 1121 SEVEN TU STREET, IN KI.ASI'IS' This is the only home of the interior that deals in ha...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. QUINTUPLE EDITION REFRESHING LETTERS. WHAT A YOUNG CALIFORNIA ARTIST SAW IN EUROPE. He Expresses His Views Freely to a Friend With Humor and Wit. IKx tracts from letters by a young Calif .irnia artist in Europe. Selected from private correspondence fjr i.c holiJay issue of the Kecord-Ukios ] Up ihe Coast of Normandy. Paris, , 1880. Dear : I have been on a two -weeka' trip in Normandy, and just returned. We stopped ten days at Rouen, a day at Fe camp and ten days at Etratal, a little water ing place on the coast, and __a.ne home by way of Havre. We had a very good time, and the sea air Las braced me up considerably. I made half a dozen studies from nature at Etratal, in oil. The country around is very beautiful ; the farm-houses and yards are very picturesque. The sea-bathing was something, new for me, but not being able to swim more than a mile, I generally looked on at the pretty French girls, who rather lose some of their bloom and beauty in a, wet conditio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

6 !THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. QUINTUPLE EDITION". BUSINESS REVIEW. Continuation of Special Review of Leading ' Business Houses of Sacramento. ACKEBMAX A CO. Crockery, Glassware* fancy and Orna iiieiilal Goods, Plate, Etc. LOCATION, 62S AND 031 J STREET, AND 920 AND 922 SEVENTH STREET. This house began here in a very simple way, but now, under the management of Mr. Maurice Block, it is one of the most extensive in interior California, and illus trates more strongly the advantrges in the market than that presented by any other business in Sacramento. The establishment of Ackerman & Co. covers a great area. The main store-room is 40 by 120 feet, and the firm also occupies five basement stories for goods in bulk. The location, methods of doing business, and advantages of the market, enable the firm to deal at a lower rate ef profit, and the result is a gain to the buyers which they are generally avail ing of throughout the State and adjacent Territories. Ackerman & Co. make a speci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, QUINTUPLE EDITION. BUSINESS REVIEW. Continuation of Special Review of Leading Eußiness Houses cf facramento. THE .in.f'll i.MCV STORE, Wc.iiM.-ick A Jul. ln. Pioprle»..r», 40« lo 40S _, Mrn'l, HKV OOODS— mess' anu YOUTHS' CLOTH ING—BOOTS AKB SHOES— MILLINERY— GENTS' -TUBKISHIKG GOODS— FAKI COODS, HATS AND CAPS—MO TIONS— MAN -lruiMi. Than the Mechanics' Store no other is more widely known in all interior Califor nia. The proprietors, Weinstock & Lubin, on tins page make their announcements lo the public on the opening of the year, but it may well be prefaced by us what is well known, that the establishment they conduct is one of the phenom enal institutions in the business history of the State. It has grown in a brief time from a small effort to a great success. It is the largest store in its line on the Pacific coast, indeed no other can show so many lines of business followed in one establish ment. Its trade locally is vast, its interior custom wide- spr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

8 THE BAILY RECORD-UNION. QUINTUPLE EDITION. BUSINESS REVIEW. Continuation of Special Review of Leading | Business Houses of Sacramento. 11. M. BERMRH. Carriage and Wagon Maker, Corner sixth and L Streets. .Mr. Bernard is the pioneer carriage builder in California, and is moreover, as a manufacturer, surpassed by none and equaled by few. His goods are fairly hung all over with gold and silver medals, diplomas and premiums, taken at State and other fairs by sample exhibits of his work. , His specialty is fine buggies, phaetons, carriages, trotting and driving ve hicles, road wagons, light and heavy express and delivery wagons, etc. Mr. Bernard's factory as strongly as any in Sacramento daily gives testimony of the advantages of Sacramento as a manufacturing and ship ping and trade center. Goods put up by him here endure better in all climates, not only because of the superiority of work manship, but because of climatic advan tages directly affecting materials used. Mr. Bernard's trad...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-TOON. QUINTUPLE EDITION; {For the Recob.d-U.niox.] THE SOCIAL AND MATERIAL FU TURE OF CALIFORNIA. Whoever deals with the future of even the most conservative and steady-going country must speculate • boldly. The surprises of human progress are so many that calculation is baffled by them, and facta laugh to scorn every day the fanciful estimates of the closet philosopher. It is not very far back to the time of Qaeen Elizabeth; the nineteenth century is really but as yesterday in the world's history ; yet at that time the popula tion of all England and Wales was less than five millions, and the Government viewed with increasing alarm the enormous growth of London, whose population of 300,000 was thought to becoming unmanageable, and be yond any commissariat talent to feed and care for. And now "radon alone contains within leas than a million as many souls as England and Wales could muster then, and its sup ply of necessaries and comforts is far beyond anything that th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

10 THE DAILY RECORDATION. i SATUKDAY..... JANUARY 1, 1881 QUINTUPLE EDITION. CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER. Page I— Annual Report of the Sacramento Board "— ■ — - of Trade. .. Page Board of Trade report, continued. Page Business Review. Page Business Review and Advertisement. Page 5— Refreshing Letters ; The Household ; The Quiet Hour; Our Letter Box. Page Business Review. Page Business Review and Advertisement. Page B— Business Review. Page 9 -The Social and Material Future of Cali fornia ; Advertisements. Page Editorial. Page 11— Local. Telegraph, Advertisements, etc. Page 12— The Ventures and Adventures of Charlie Gould ; Advertisement*. Page Helen Slumlord's Fortune ; Our Harvest ; Statittir-s. Page 14 Business Review. Page 15— Marriages, Births and Deaths ; New Pub lications ; Science and Art. _ Page -Statistics. Page 17— Business Review. Page 13— Advertisements. Page -Business Review : The Relation of Educa tional Agencies to Civilization; Ad vertisements. Page 20— Telegraph ; The M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

THE DAILY: RECORD-UNION. SATURDAY JASiIABY 1. 1881 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WHO WILL RECEIVE. The following notices have been given concerning the reception of New Year callers to-day : Mrs. Governor Perkins, on account of ill health, will not receive to-day. The following ladies will receive callers : Mrs. R. W. Wilcox will receive at 1020 F street, between Tenth and Eleventh, assisted by Mrs. H. C. Kirk, Mrs. J. V. Cheney, Mrs. J. J. Drown, Miss A. M. Wait, and the Misses Jennie McFailand, Daisy Van Voohnes and Lillie Wilcox. Mrs. William Beekman, assisted by Mrs. A. L. Hart, Mrs. W. li. Brown, Mrs. Wm. Dunlap, Mra. J. .1. Keegan, Mrs. Clara S. Plumb, Miss Maggie Hart and Miss Susie Wilkins, will receive at the rooms of Mrs. Beekman at the Golden Eagle Hotel, I from 12 noon till 11 P. m. Mrs. N. D. Goodell and family, with Miss Julia ; Colbv of Oakland, will receive calls at 011 O 6treet. I 'Miss Nellie Woodward will receive at 56 Eleventh 1 street, from 11 a. m. to 7:30 I*. ■„ assiste...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

12 The Ventures and Adventures of Charlie Gould; A ROMANCE OF THE STOCK MARKET. pKtfi — , — . '/ BY EDWARD F. CAHILL. CHAPTER VII. „00D ADVICE AND DSEKI'L INFORMATION". V, Reader, have you ever witnessed the - working of a violent stock-gambling ex citement on . the masses of a great city ? P These brief fits of madness are nothing new to the world. Paris went through a spell of such temporary excitement in the days when John Law made the Rue Quincampoix historical, and London went mad when the South Sea scheme floated its iridescent bubbles on the market. We are told how the Saccharissas and Belindas of that day ; pawned their diamonds, if not their honor, ■]pi to buy South Sea stock. In Paris, the Rue Quincampoix, the neighborhood of the house in which John Law resided, was blocked, day after day, by impassable crowds, and the quack financier from Edin burgh, and ex-gambler from all the cities of ' Europe, controlled the destinies of France. Duchesses went down on their .knees to ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. QUINTUPLE EDITION. |For the Record I'm ; Helen Mumford's JUNIUS HENRI BROWNE. PI you observe that young lady I just " Did you observe that young lady I jest ■poke to, Bab?" ■n't know. You're sb constantly lift ing your hat to passing woiren that I only no'ice when it id on your head." "Nonsense. You're alwaya exaggerating. But you muit have notic -1 the young lacy •who just drove by. She' ia tbe carriage just turning the corner." " I believe I did, Jack. She ha! an a bon net trimmed with pink tiimniiugs,didt.'tbhe? Or were they green ? " " Don't you know th difference between pink and green ? Yon must be color-blind." " Perhaps I am." "Yon 're stone blind '.( you saw nothing but her bonnet. Didn't yon s«e the face un der it . " " Really I can't cay, Jack." "Can't say? That's au affectation. She Is very striking in appearance. She is con sidered very pretty, and bhe is certainly dis tingu • _ ." "That may be. Women, whether young or old. pretty or plain, don't...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

14 THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. QUINTUPLE EDITION" BUSINESS REVIEW. Continuation of Special Review of Leading Business Houses of Sacramento. yyj M I. FELTEB \ A CO. , Wholesale Wine and Liquor House. Orleans Building, 1010 AND 1018 SECOND STREET, WEST SIDE, ■ IP-iPi .BETWEEN J AND X STREETS. James I. Felter & Co., the leading wine and liquor dealers in Sacramento, formerly on Front, removed last May to the com modious stores Nos. 1010 and 101S Second street, next to Wells, Fargo & Co.'s ex press office, having a frontage of 40 feet, running back to the alley, 100 feet, with basement of the same dimensions. The business of the house has increased im mensely during the past year and its trade area has greatly expanded. The firm his a large warehouse on Front street for the storage of California wines and brandies of their own product from their vineyards in Sicramento and adjoin ing counties. This house, in order to meet and be able to compete successfully with the Eastern liquor h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. QUINTUPLE EDITION. MARRIAGES, BIRTHS AND DEATHS. SACBAMENTO COT TV AKD CITY OF SACRAMENTO FOR 1880. (The record for December wili be found on an other paj, | Harried. CITT OF SACI-AJIENTO. Jan. ; 1— E. 1). Peaq ie and Cora _____ Snook. 3 — A. N. Moore an : Nellie Monk. s— Harvey Iferrick a-id Carrie . rick. * 9— M. J. Jackson and Mary Quinn. 11- '-'reilerieii _„ Wheeler iinJ M-ria^:. Allen. --„''"!'. 14— Dr. _'.' Williams and Mre/smaao E. Hunt. 20— Manuel F. Ignado and I-abel J. Lucas. 21— Louis H. Montfort ami Kiuun Knight: 22— LeonarJ Knight and sjraii Lynch. 27— Joseph Cuhn and Annie Oonnati. Feb. 9- Dwight Y'ounjflove and Elmira Libby. 10— Charles Ora viand aod Anna MayGrofloe. 12 -Thomas H. Km,- and Maggie A. Byrad. 12 — H. U. IVitkiuson an I Alice .>.-.- a. 13— G. W. Mi.-rill ana Mary li Grooms. 14— J. S. Waeuier and 110-va .Vary Asc'rcnauer. 14— Louis PLite and Char otte AnJ rson. 10— James ii Genuug and Ahbie J. Geirish. IS-f-Wiliiam Ingram and U-t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

16 THE MILY RECORD-UNION. QUINTUPLE EDITION. INSURANCE STATISTICS From the Annual Report of the Califor nia Insurance Commissioner. The report of the Insurance Commissioner, J. C. Maynard, to be presented to the Legis lature, an I which is addressed to the Gov ernor, shows the business of the department for the year ending December 31, 1879. The number of companies authorize to do business in California are: Fire and Marine and Plate Glass, 99 ; Marine, 22 -total, 121. Of these seven ire California companies, ami 22 companies of Great Britain. New York is next highest, having 23. The transactions have been : Amount writ ten—fire, 8228,004.059 SI; marine, 875,314, --921 ; total, $304,279,580 84. Amount of pre mium- received — ire, 53,433 OC4 15 ; marine. $1,309,879 21 ; total, 1,742.888 30 Amount of loss paid— fire, $1,116,202 88; marine, 53G4.403 SO ; total, $1,480,006 68. Ratio of losses to premiums receive.!, 32 5. The business done by California fire and marine companies, Califor...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. QUINTUPLE EDITION. BUSINESS REVIEW. Continuation of Special Review of Leading Business Houses of Sacramento. W. A. A C. S. 4.11T41.V, Itooksellera and stationer*, 8t.% J street, between sixth anil Seventh* Just at the beginning of the year 1880 the Honghtons had opened their new and beautiful store-rooms at 015 J street. Since then those rooms have been the constant subject of public admiration. They hold the largest stock of books in all the interior of Ca!itorn : a, and the heaviest and rarest lot of fancy goods in the stationer's line. The local business of the firm is great and sweeping, but their interior trade ia so rapid in growth and so extensive as to re flect in the strongest light the advantages of the Sacramento market. In all school books, in all standard publications, in all new issues of works, ali new novels, all re cent booko by the great publishing firms of America and England in art publi cations, iv children's books, i;; desk sup plies, an...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

18 ; ' BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. - : I •• r;, ■*Tf "S CROCKER & 'rfr*r I * -^«^SACRAMENTO.t lM^ J \_Z_~~ -^sBOOKSELLERSss^ -~ -~~ — <iyy' :: — - — """ FULL LINE OF STATIONERY AND SCHOOL BOOKS o*** T If ***** [ co^^J£ sort **£xt ooks, GAMES, ETC | '-^mm^mm^^ — 9 — i " ; BEST ASSORTMENT HOLIDAY GOODS ON THE COAST ts m ocr-q ELEGANT PLUSH ALBUMS! AUTOGiRAPH AND PHOTOGRAPH. ,--•- t: s: w i v "E» Splendid G-ift Books THE CHEAPEST AXD BEST IN THE CITY. Homes of America Morocco. I Suns ofthe Sower Morocco. I.:iii-lM'niirs of Imerlea Morocco. Story ofthe Fountain Morocco. Uttle People of the Snow... .Morocco. I *S OTHER BOOKS IN MOROCCO. "St isr CHOICE BOOKS IN HALF CALF AND CLOTH! ■» — our — '.'..■": HOLIDAY BOOKS BEING A SPECIAL FEATURE! CS We will sell theni at low Price*. We invite inspection. "SI XX. IS. CX&OC3BZ__ES3E3. -_£& 00. BIS WACHHORST,- A Gold aid Silver Watches, Diamonds aid Jewelry IS THE Z-KAIH-SG JEWELER OF KAHF.'. <•». "«t LARGEST STOCK GREATEST VARIETY I ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. -" T ""' ' ' """ QUINTUPLE EDITION. BUSINESS REVIEW. Continuation of Special Review of Leading Business Houses of Sacramento. 11. S.-CROCKEK A CO., Printers, Publishers, Stationers, Paper Dealers. Dealer* in Books, Print ers' Supplies, etc. The house of H. S. Crocker & Co. is lo cated at 208 and 210 J street, the glass front of the structure being one of the most at tractive on the street. The building has a frontage of 40 feet, with a depth of 100 feet. It is a two story and basement, and every inch of available space is crowded with sta tionery and other goods, and an endless variety of printers' supplies, and the ma chinery of the printing department. Throughout the entire Pacific coast the business title of 11. S. Crocker & Co. is known. The firm has a house in San Francisco, but its historic house is in Sac ramento, and over its management George M. Mutt, one of the firm, pre sides with fine business ability, gained by long experience and a thor ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 January 1881

20 THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. I ) Watered at the lost Office at Sacramei-ta as second claw matter QUINTUPLE EDITION. ?L"ULI_4HUi> EY THB Sacramento Publishing Company. WX. H. HHJLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Tblrd St., bet. J and __ TKE DAILT KECOKD-rSIOX Is Usher! every dar of tat) week. Sundays excepted. yeroac-.-o-r :.... 810 00 for «i months. 5 00 throe months • ■•■ • ' Jg Ten critics one year, to one address • ..WOO i frtibseribars served bj Carriers at Twihtt-JTvi j Cxsts pet week. In all Interior cities and towns the saper can be had cf the principal Periodical Dealers. . . mmsj_<s_ a_i Agents. Advertizing Bates In Dally Record-Tnlon. ' »•-•- Square, 1 Osaa '... • tj * i poe Snuare, 2 times. J « j Beiqc-usr, I times. 2 50 Bach idi'ticr.a- time. 80 ] lWoek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month I Hal! Square. Ist vase 52 50 63 50 $5 00 | &»USqco_re,3dp««e J 50 8 00 8 00 H*lf S-iusro, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 a" Square, page 100 iOO «00 One Squire, I rtpase. 3 » 6 2 ,J 85 One Square...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. duly Tx_o.r SERIES -TOL. ut— xo. 9.::. •Allt RECORD .1- _______ -»01_. XAII-Kfi 4.... HALE BROS. & CO. . . .. ■ . ■■ ■ Upon the Threshold of Time Steps 1881, XSD, WITH THE COMING OF THE •'" • -" -: •_.. - • * '" ' . . : . - * ■ Ji yfiWM ZKTXB'W' " , S^^__-_a_^l*, Each one naturally reflects upon the course that probably lies before him in the unknown sea of the future. In Considering Our Position, WE HAVE TO oooooooonoooooooooooooooooooonoooooooonoooooooooooooo oooooonoooooooooooouooooooooooooooyooo.! ooooo uoooooooo I RETURN OUR THANKS 1 I RETURN OUR THANKS iiii 00 iSr *•"•**■ AIH OO ..0000-. 00000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooeo© oooooooooouoooooooooooouooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo j ... . I ... To those who have so steadily aided us in our progress in Sacramento by | INVESTIGATING THE TRUTH OF OUR CLAIMS, and, as a reasonable result, PURCHASING REGULARLY AT OUR HOUSE. We look hack with satisfaction upon the success of our career in th...

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