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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1881

THE DAILY RECOHD-1 3i«\" __T .....7._"i.w'_.nY ,'! 1.81 SIX-PAGE EDITION Dally Meteorological Uccord-Slgnal Serv ice I'nlied Mate* Army. SACRAMENTO, January 2, 1881—8:02 P. M. **-—■—_, IJ/a$ "H 6 ' eJ~7i g~ §— 3 ?T —jr £*- ;_ -~~. ? 0= * i J? CC2 Pa> . 3 £•_ — . "** _ •- _" .» ill 3* 3 I |g.| §si " - g° _ij~ i s a ? J ?- a g - M _ff fa 01>Tcpia„ -. :• Pnrtland. 30.717140 82 N. W. *.- Light. . .02 Lt. Raia Rose burse !'Jo .36l 4l 87 Calm Clear 'Bed Bluff iSo',S7;r,ti 51 N. 3 Gentle Clear Sacram'tol3o.3l 4i> tio - 17. I I.i. ii". Clear *S. Fran.-J30.16 55] 53 N. 17 Brisk Clear .* 80.03*45 88 N. I Light Clear " > LAiigel.l29.97rl'*'i 7C| N. 2 'Light. -__■_-_______ Max. Ther., 57. Mm. Ther., 47. River above low water mark. 21 ft. 0 in. " 4 02 a. v. Weather Probabilities. HKSTOX, January -Morning. For Pacific Coast regions: Partly cloudy weather, with rain north cf California. THREE ORIGINAL STORIES. During the coming year, nnd commencing />.- cember Ist, the ','... lv i's...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MOM-AY -.3 ASSAM* ... 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MINTIOI.. Attention— Exempt Firemen to-night. Knights of -California Lodge. Howard Benevolent Association —Notice. J. L. ikiuuer, class No. 27. Two nicely furnished rooms to let. To whom it may concern— Charles Ridabock. Notice— Against -ling credit. .. Capital Club of Foresters this evening. — m Business Advertisements. Teiaplc's Savings Bank. V.'. P. Coleman, real estate. Hot: I Lang ham, corner Fourth and L streets. Railroad House— J. It. Johnson, proprietor. Pioneer liox Factory— Cooke k Son. J. F. Clark, undertaker. The Bee-hire Store— E. Greer. LOCAL ITELLIGENCE. Dehx Attendance.— General Orders No. .".fl from tbe Adjutant-General's office, dated December 28, ISSO, announces the percentage of attendance by the National Guard of California at the ills during the month of November, a . follow.? : First Infantry Regi ment — Cmpany B. 68 21 per cent, of mem bers ; Company C, 55.41 ; Company D, 67.01 ; Company B, 55.4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1881

THE DAILY RECPED-HNION. MONDAY JASLAUY 3. 1881 Spage edition TELEGRAPHIC. LiST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. NATIONAL CAPITAL AFFAIRS. The Question of the Vacant Secretatyshlp of the" Navy. PA._KV.._;R_ CMBM WEST BY BAIL. Two Young Ladies Wrapped In the Flames of Their Burning Ball Dresses, . . . ... MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS ITEM?. Meetings of Land Leaguers In Ireland Prohibited. Etc ....Etc... Etc. DOMESTIC NEW... The Approaching Administration or Pres ident Garfield. New York, January 21.— The Tribune to morrow will give prominence to the follow editorial : The time teems fit for at least one statement about the approaching Adminis tration of President Garfield. It is not to be used as a make-weight in the pending Sena torial contests, whether in New York or else where. We are fully authorized to say this, and the words are entitled to their full signifi cance. It is proper to say, further, tlat the coming Administration will tee to it that men from New York and other S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1881

DAILY UNION BKB IKS -TOL. LIT— 9277. DAULTBECORDSERIEb-vOL. ZAII-NO. 4293. SIX-PAGE EDITION THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. altered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second etas, matter PUBLISHED BY THE •Sacramento PuljlisMng Company, TO. K. HILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third sf ., bet. J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION fap-Olkhed every day of the week. Sundays excepted. For 00.9 year...,.,.., -*10 00 For six months 5 00 For three months 3 00 Tan capias one year, to one address - .. CO 00 Subscribers sex**ed hr Carriers at TwxNTV-Frva -__y__ per week. In all Interior cities and towns the •"per est, be had of the principal Periodica. Dealers, newsmen and Aeenta. Advertising Bate* la Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 time........... (1 00 One Square, 2 times. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. 3 50 Each additional time. CO .-.' ""_ ' ! : 1 Week. _ Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page »2 50 $3 50 »5 00 ' Bait Square, 3d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 300 4CO . 600 Half Squire, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UN ION. RUNNING TIME TABLE. A EECOED OF THE FASTEST . TIME AND BEST PERFORMANCES. J ]j y The following running time table gives 7 the fastest and best time and most creditable performances of record at all distances up to December 1, ISSO : HALF MILE. Olitipa (2), by imp Leamington, 97 lbs. ; Sara toga, Juiv 25. 1574..... 0:47} Lizzie S. (2). by Wanderer, 97 lbs.; Lexington, Ky., May 8, 1680... ........... 0:49 Fomcroy (2), by Planet, 00 lbs.; Louisville, Ky., May 23, 1877 •• 0:49} Harold ("_), by imp. Leamington, 110 lbs.; Sara " toga, July 23, 1878 ............0:19} Idalia (2), by imp. Glenelg, 107 lbs.; Jerome Park, June 8, 1876. ............... .". ..... .70:49} Leona (2), by War Dance, 89 lbs.; Lexington. Ky., May 12, 1874.. 0:19} Blue Lodge (2), by Fellowcraft, 97 lbs.; Lexing ton, Ky.. May 10, 1879........ 0:49} Duke of Magenta (2), by Lexington, 110 lbs.; Saratoga, July 24, 1877....... 0:49} Idalia (2), by imp. Glenelg, 107 lbs.; Long Branch, July 4, 1876 .....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 January 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. £*£!__ '""N"- SEa *** -▼***•-■ ut-so. tun. DAILY _ILtOH.D Sl.JU.__s-._-_.. li.ll XO. litt. THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOy. **trtcre*-_! at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBUSUED BY THE bcramo'ii-O Publishing Company. tTSI. H. MILLS, General Manaser. Poblle . Uor. Office, Third St., bet. 3 and K. ■' /-^. — — •— — — TOE DAILT KECOBD-TNIOIT Usnhl___.il en..-y o_ tlie weak. Sundays excepted. for one '.. ..JIO 00 For fix months. J 00 for three months >■•■» ' 00 Tan copies on . yea, to one address .-.. 30 00 Bub_-T.'r-*i_ «_rv»d by Carriers at _*w_r-*TT-?rn ■DRI per »-.._: In all Interior cities and 'owns the Piper can be i.: i of the principal Periodica. Sealer*, s__so_e_ and Agents. AdrertlcilMt Kales ln Dally Record-Talon. One f&j-H-i.-, 1 time...'.....; ■ ."......$1 00 Arse Square, 3 tinea 1 75 One Sj'jir*. 3 time*. 5 50 Bach additions, *'— - 50 • , S_J lWeek. 1 Weeks. 1 Month fall Hioarj I .' sage {2 X (3 SO $5 00 .-.'. 9 mi*?, .';...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 January 1881

DAtISS 3 ,0,, SEIIBR-TOl. LIV— SO., tin. D____,TCECOaDM.tUC!»-*OA. XAII-XO. «9_. fHEDAILY RECORD-UNION. ~>i__.-.atth_P<__ Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE horamonto Publishing Company. WS. H. HILLS. Ceneral Manager. _*-abl_cst_ oc Oflice, Third St., bet. J and K. ! THE DAILY RECORD-TNIOIf fj published etc.— da, of the weak. Sondaya excepted. for one year ..$lO M For aix ___•__ tea ..••■•■•.-..- 500 For three months , -.- . ' 00 Tan copies on . yea. Us one addreaa .-.. 30 00 Subacrl-— i MTTad by Camera at Twrirrr-Fm Clirs per week. In all Interior dtiea and .owns the Piper ___ be hai U the principal Periodical Dealers, awsmex' and Agents. Advertising Bates In Dally Eecord • I'nlon. One Square. 1 t!._e... ...... .-......(1 00 flee Sonars. 2 tiacca 1 78 D_e _.ri \r.\ 3 times. 3 50 Each k.._i_G_a, time. .......... 50 ... . lWeek. I Weeks. 1 Month Haif Bqoare, Is* page »2 50 $3 50 $5 00 Half Sui _-"• il^aee J 60 8 00 8 00 Sal.* 8.1 tars. .Id .-.we S 00 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 'iTE. HAY....- JAS BY 4. ISM Daily Jlc.ci-roloslcal Record- Signal Serv ice I'nltcd laic. Army. Sacramesto, January 3. 1881-8:02 r. at. ' m *-***l ***** *B """"? °f~ =_ T atf? ii = 1,1.- JS.; §- *.* /a £ 1 § — = ; ;_. m, ** S £ — ~ fte* "'" » »_ » . - c._ —H ps.c _ j_. i? a I f ****. ? ?r-%% '■■ i _ a 53, Olympia.. 30.10 47 92 S. » F - c^- .11 Lt. Bain Portland. 80.31 45 _8 ......'. Cam Fair Rosei 30.33 12 91 >**--** Clear Red Bluff. 80.81 61 Go! Calm tear Sacrt- 1. 30.33 49 85 ....... Calm C ear •3. .. 80.86 19 78 N. W. 1 Light Cic&r » Vi5a1ia.. '30.34*43 SC.S E. S^entle ....Foggy "-.Angel, * A, N. 0 I Fresh Clear Max Ther., 50. Mm. Ther., 42. River above low water mark. 20 ft. 11 in. *4.02 »■ *•*■ ..cwllier Probabilities. . WASH-HMOS, -January 4— Morning.— For Pacific Coast re-ions: Partly cloudy weather, with rain north (f California. THREE ORIGINAL STORIES. During the coming year, and commencing De cember lit, the Viz- lt Union will publish three P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION;' TIEB3AT JAXITAe* 4, mi LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Board of Sir _i_vi_of...— Board of Supervisors met yesterday morning in its first semi-monthl? session for the quarter. There were present Supervisors Blair, Christy, Dreman and Wilson, the latter oc cupying the chair pro tern. Claims were allowed ender suspend of the rules to H. C. Bickers £70, and G. P. Lepper $30. A petition was received from S. G. Foster and others, a.-kii _ that the office of Overseer of Road Distici No. 13 lie declared vacant. Upon motion of Supervisor Wilson the said office was declared vacant, and George C. McMullen elected to fill the vacancy, with bond fixed at $600 The final reports of Road Ov. racers were received _s follows: From John Miller. Road District No. — ; Henry Hebb, Road District No. 43 ; A. A. dough. Road District No. 38; G. Prainard, Road Dutricf No. 30; W. W. Freest, Road District No. 8; Charles Detterdicg, Road District No. II; George D. Connor, Road District No. 39; James...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. HnESDAI ...'•• ••"•••• .....JASLAUY 4. I.SI ANNUAL MESSAGE OF GOV, GEORGE C. PERKINS TO THE Legislature of the State of California, Twenty- four-' Session. To the Senate and Assembly of the SUte of Cali fornia . With grateful hearts to the Father of na- j tions and men, you are permitted again to assemble ir 'alive session as the supreme law-making power • i tbe State. On your acts rest the future ! welfare and prosperity of the State. The responsi- j bilities devolving upon you, and the results of wbich j you will be held answerable, call for the exercise of your wisdom, judgment aad patience. The year past has been most propitious: bounti ful vests have rewarded the toil of the husband man. Ihc mines o' mineral wealth have, with pro lific results responded to the call of the laborer, and increased activity in commercial and manufacturing circles betokens renewed thrift to this, our most favored State. The past year ha. witnessed the grand spectacle of nearl...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. d_.i_.y "curios sixties -vol. liv— so. 9270. DA__LTEr.€OB"_r»i_KILS-TW_.. XaII-1»«. 4293. Dit. PRICE'S ■I iii-fi m it firm __* r^-*-*' ■_£_■*■ W •»"-■"■" r ■ C RE A. M P**.'** * - " ' ___-_-_--__._^_^_^____MB--Mt-M_h-- --' Aiomc^iiiAV.im-t \ TBAKTNG POWDER 1 «3?:__3_::es FI7KBST ! FROM THE NATIONAL BOARD OF HEALTH BULLETIN. r___-*_-S- >o. 6, WASHINGTON, D. C. The value of commercial baking powders may be measured by the amount of gas which the same weight of powder will Rive off when placed in water. I have tested several kinds of baking powders which I have bought in the open market, by placing the same weight (10 (rramrns) in a flask with 230 cubit centimeters of water, and measuring the volume of gas given off in half an hour. The following table gives the commercial came of the baking powder and tie number of cubic centimeters of gas given off : 1. Price's Cream Baking Powder 7 380 9. Snow Flake 198 2. Royal Baking Powder 318 10. Gillett's... .-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 January 1881

THE DAILY RKCOBD-UKIOy. ***•*« E»SE_.f}A¥'..' ._ UNCAHI .-.. ISS* * Daily JlrH-vr.ilngt.nl Pe<e:nl-)"lenal Serv lie- I i-tu-i Mia Army. Sacra-ESTO, January '• isSl— 6:o_r. M. a~ - '_ - - - ~2~ stag - -J, ?'=■■-- - «« --■§l-1 3-5 l?i| 8-8 1 E 1° Hl?.a ?=, I %\?sie :Es I fa *C*--T_pU, lß<>.aa'4r,| S-tS. Vi. 1 loel.tle .... Fair I'Jrlland.'l-0.40'40 ..:-.... Clear Roscburg 130.4:. 40 B*3 ...... jCaim C ear Hcdß.u__."i3-J.H52 66 N 7 Fresh. ....Clear -Baeranrtu 30.16 44 lOOjN. W. gfi&ht ..... Fitfgy «. Fran i»0 £e".U'J 85 'Calm '-'-"' •Viiil'r_.'.'!3o:2si4l - VV.llLitrht ....Foggy -•LA_io_.!so.i_ ! 4_ gJNJKJjIj**! Clear -fax Ther., 51. Mm. „:-.. 41. River above low water mark, 20 ft. 10 in. "4. 02 A. v. '_ — ! Wraliie-r Probabilities. ■Washkotos, ■!..••••■■*> o-Mor::i"i.;.-For Pacific •Coast regions: Partly ■A':- weather. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were } 'r.ur,te_atll2lfor4iof 1907; 101 l for <*, 1881; 111! for .is; Sterling, SI 81@4 8...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION;,' .V___n._1.5PAT.... ...... -v. J AMTAM 5. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Summons— S. S. KcEwiog. Wanted— Situation by a coachman. i, ... s- Tribe Imp. '. It. M., to-night. Sew ci:, .- to-night — J. L. Skinner. PublicltisUllation — Champions of Red Cross. poll tax— Notice to delinquents. Business Advertisements. Cream En.., Vowder— Adams, McNeill kCo.J John Breur.er— Furniture for cash. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Board . OF Supervisors.— Board of Supervisors roamed its session yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Present— Baiiey, Blair, Beckley, Christy, Dreman and Wilson. Mimtes cf last meeting read and approved. Further final reports of road overseers were received as follows From li. W. Wade, Di .trict No. 37; David Reese, District No. _$ ; C. It. Miller, District No. 31 ; Willi . Wright, District No. .0 ; Alfred Brigfs, Disti i'.t No. 19; E. W. Sticknes*, Diatuct Ni. 35; D. McLanahan, District No. 40 ; Thoi-ia-. Jenkins, District No. 27 ; and James M. Eaoe, District No...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDXESDAT ..JA-iI'ABY 5, 1881 GENERAL NEWS. jf-jy f T T-MTW^ilir^AjmiZst'Btßmm^tii^rjrarwmtm&miamm-rT- -»--«_> * i .=***_s_7.*a_s*jj List NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO the RECORD- UiSION'. DOMESTIC NEWS. I nlon Pacific Railroad Report—Govern ment Director. New York, January 4th.— The annual re port of the Government Directors of the Union Pacific Railroad states that the gross earnings ef the company for 1880 are esti mated, at $25 000.000," of which the branch lines only earned about $2,500,000. The Union division probably earned 815,750,000, and the Kansas division ,*(J,750,000, showing an increase over the previous year of $2,649, --000 for the former, at.d a large proportionate increase for the latter. This is accounted for by the fact that consolidation stopped com petition, and allowed business to go into its itural channel of transportation, j The operating expenses for 1880 are estimated at 44 per cent, on the Union division, and about 50 per cent, on t...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. BAGLT UNION ***"* ■*«*. Ul-80. SO. OAILIBI_COItOI__7IUt_.-t-.it: ___LlI-AO. 4296. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Vt-r-d __ the Post OSx. Sacramento as second class matte* PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. °WM. H. HILLS, General Hanr.s.r. cation Offlee, Third st., bet. 3 and K. ."A THS DAILY BECOBD-nnOX fa pQDllihoS every day of the week. Sundays excepted. for one year ......{lO 00 Mo--: "at 910 00 _7i _.-i_j S 00 J-i-rti-'te montha , > 300 Tan co-lies cue year, to one aiilreM -.. .0 00 Bulxcr-t-'r. servod by Carriers at Twsj-TY-iTva OZVT3 per week. In all Interior cities an. *o-***]s ths Sipor can be had cut the princinal Periodical Dealers. awaaama and Agent*. •_.'->*-. Advertising Bates In Dally l_e.ord>l7__io_u One .quire. 1 time....... ...(I 00 Sue Squire, 2 times. 1 75 One fai, jw 3 ti__ee. 2 SO «aeh____!tlo___t__is. SO . lWeek. _ Weeks. IMonth nasi _."."_•., let page tt 60 (3 tO $5 00 hall .■*-,-. _„_, id page 3 SO 6 00 8 00 Half ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 January 1881

THE DAILY T. ■U*flQ3S£ I T-T. r K*tT.Y" H 3tir.AKVt.isa Daily Jlescnrnlosiral Keciirtl-Slgnal rer*- Ire I'mlcd -Sales Army. Sicr.3i_K>To, January 5, ISSI— 8:02 r. v. -■=i ■ =■ - 2' ? 't -of -F. Tl s< = •;■,?_. ~i £■ ta nt P if. mi i.f I is Jj*_._-!- ■ '-': M ' !Is a *° Olympiad 30.32 42 100 N.I Light i 001 Lt. Rain p Jri laud. 80.37 44 92 S. W. 3 Gentle ... Fair R...-e. burg 30.1.7 38 86 Calm '. Cloudy Red Bluff 30.15 53 41 N713 Fresh . .7.7 Clear Ssenim't-' 30.02 52 41 N. 16 Brisk. ....Clear -a. Fran.. 30.09 48 B9 E. 1 Ught Clear • Visalia.. 30.10 41 01 N. Vf. 2 Light.. . . . . Foggy ♦LA ngel. 20.06 73 T-JT N7 4 [Gentle IClear \_auT. Ther., 55. Mm. Ther., 39. Kiver above low water mark, 20 ft. 9 in. "4.02 a l m : . ■ y Weather Probabilities. W.isnisoTOS, January Cth— Morning. — For Pacific COast i-iiion? : Partly cloudy weather, and rain in north of California. ■ 7 NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 112 for 4s of 1907 1011 tor 5s of ISS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UN! rara .PAY JtMAKV 6. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Summons — Joseph Foratcr. ' Notice— Estate of Wm. C. Brown. Jacob Sehafer — Notice against debts. V, — Situation by a good cook. Furnished rooms— to rent. Lost Pass-book upon savings bank. Attention, Company This evening. Mrs. Mary McKue— la sick. Washington i. -J_c, K. and A. M., to-night. Class No. '77, for beginners, organizing. • EtulucSb Ad vertl. -Taenia, Money to loan —P. Bohl. Carl Stre bd— OSS, cash. •lames L. En^Uab— Private bank. Ackerman ,7. Co. — Partner retires. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Robbery Cases ox Trial.— The cases of j The People vs. M. Malloy, Frank Clark, . John Haggerty and George Williams, for the i robbery of A. n. ' La-tin, the deaf mute, J on J street, between Front and Second, some , time since, came before the Superior Court J yesterday, Judge Clark presiding. M. Mai- _ loy, when he appeared J. Court with the oth- . ers, withdrew his previous plea of not guilty *. and pleaded truilty to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UlN T loy. ; THIBSDAY JASIABY 6. 1881 [' " " ' ' ' — — 1 PACIFIC COAST. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. THS SENATORSHIP OF- NEVADA. Rumors that Colonel Fair will not Have ; a Walk Over. PECULIAR REASON OF A WOMAN FOR SUICIDINC. Two Babi.s Burned to Death ln San Diego County. '■' : ':i__ . ■ i CALIFOBXIA. Business _-*a_-lnm ________ lo Be.ucltatc a Corpse— Small-Pox. San Francisco, January sth— The suspen sion of tbe prominent hay and grain firm tf McKenna & Greany is announced^ to day. The nominal assets are somewhat in excess of the liabilities, but c insist to a great extent of notes of farmers nut at once available. The firm attribute their failure principally to losses by fire, having been burnt out three times within aa many years. The firm hope to be able to resume again soon. The Democratic wing of the W. P. C. re organized this evening by the adoption of a new constitution, differing in some minor points from the old one. The platform and add...

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

Si»l »££__£**___ -"■""'SB-TOI. UY-ICO. 9387. DAILY OKI. IBin-fMI X__ll-:.0. 4291. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Stest. at the Post Office at Sacramento as second diss matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, TV-l. H. "HILLS, Central Manager. frail! cation OOlce, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KECOKD-FNION Is DOblbbad every day ot the week. Sundays excepted. far o__ rear 810 00 tar iii months. 5 00 or three months -.-, 3 00 ten copies one year, to cue nl'lrcM >-.. X) 00 Subscribers vmad by Carriers at Twisty -_"rr__ CUNT* per week. In all Interior cities an _ towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, « ewimen and Agents. - . . . - Adverti-Laj* Kates Is Dally Record-Union. One Square, I time $1 00 One Bqnan, 3 timea. 1 7. One Square, 3 ____» , 1 BO Cadi additional time. ..." CO 1 Week. J Weeks. 1 Month Ball Square, I.t p n.e (2 50 43 CO 9* 00 Hi;!! Square, 3_. ace SCO 6 00 8 00 Half .«-* __«. 3d page 3 00 « 90 6 00 Sai , tare. Mfc page 200 800 iOO ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 January 1881

.:.---. 7. .A: y . MM3tßßmmßm\MJr*r*mMm i hwmMma^^Bßßßßmmmt^r^^mm rHE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 1 rm>»_v JIMIBT 7. ISSI ally Meiiiirologtral Kccord— Signal Serv ice 1 nilcd Hates Army. _acka.vi-.mo, January 6, 1831— 8*02 r. K. . - 4 ■-_ q a i :?2.ls 2. - ?-" - — I" — 3 I£. lo °a ? ??.*•§ hs.. a 5 a Por.land.'.6!_. 45 '_4 £ E^foenUe- .'... Cloudy K,_.et'Urg ! 3o.33'iC So Culm . . Cloudy Red Bluff. !_O. IO 50 r.i E. i Gentle ....Clear. Sacram'to 30.14 45 7li S. E. 4 'Gentle .... Clear -S Fran.. '30.05 51 45 N.E. 14 Fresh Clear • V.sa'ia. . 130.07 44 S2 N_ Vi. 2'__._."ht. Cloudy - L Angel.|2i).33!l3 75 N. 2 Light.. ..... _____ Wax. Ther., 53. Jim. Ther., is River above low water mark, '20 ft. 0 in. * 4.02 a. v. Weather Probabilities. Washixoton, January 7th— Morning.— For Pacific Coast regions: Partly cloudy weather, and rain north of California. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yestcnlay Government bonds were •quoted at A, for 4s of 1907 , IOTJ for 5s of ISSI ; 11 lj for 4Js ; sterling, ...

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