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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Fit-DAT ■■"..." .IAMARY 7. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. - Card— Protestant Orphan Asylum. To-night— Class of beginners— J. L. Skinner. Columbia Lcdce, K. at P.— This evening. For sale— Ercwcry— Magdalena Oob*. Socir.l •rty -llciterkeit Sochi Club. Wanted— Good German (male) cook. Wanted by a woman— Situation. ■ . Two nicely furnished rooms. Ladies' meeting at Pioneer Hall-To-day. Auctions. Sherburn .c -Saturday, January bill. *•' Bell A Co.— This morning— Furniture, etc easiness Advertisements. ; J. If; man, Jr. —Watches, jewelry, etc. S. Goldman— Wholesale and retail grocer. Silon Drips— Adams, McNeill A: Co. F. F. T.bbcts— Dentist. Dividend notice— Fc pic's Savings Bank. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOARD OP SUPERVISORS. - The Boar J of Supervisors met at 10 a. m. yesterday. The hearing of the petition for the estab lishment of a new public highway iii Road District No. 27 w 1 continued by consent of counsel until Wednesday, January, 19th, at 10 a. U. Alan, the consi...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FBI JIAY -- • A.NXAB 7, 1881 CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. [COSTISCED FROM FIRST PAGE.) Yosemite Big Trees and Forestry— Fleet, Keddick, Milton, Wason, Griffith, Lima-.'.. - Homestead and Land Monopoly— Binney, Coleman, Werstbaugher J. B. Baker, MeCallion, J. 11. Matthews., ........ ... ■'■ - Irrigation — Streeter, Griffith, Murphy, Crank, Branch, Patterson, Felton. Hendricks, Arrick. Judiciary— Del Valle, Van Fleet, Platt, F. E. Baker, Freer, Arrick, Jones, Hale, Long, Reynolds, Ret'dick, Kellogg. Labor and Capital— Paul*, Siebe, Lane, Noonan, O'Connor, Wen J lies, Patterson, Swift. - Military Affairs — Van Fleet, Howard, Leach, Noonan, Brown. Mileage— Mason, Branch, Mem. Mines and Mining Interests- Joseph Wasson, Dag gett, Warkins, Kellogg, Mem, Wood, McMurray. Public Buildings and Grounds— Gay, Samuels, Brown, Chandler, Werstbaugher, McDonald, Bin der. Public Expenditures and Accounts— Crank, Frrser, Bum*", Patterson, W. P. Matthews. Public Sargent, Holden, J»c!...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 January 1881

SCRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY TMON BWEB—YOL. I.l* >«. V!XX. UAILV if.*.« :•»■■*» SEEIES-VOt..\\:i-.\o. **». ON MONDAY MORNING, &&J&TJ.&J&TST 3.0, issi, WE SHALL PRESENT TO THE PEOPLE 0? SACRAMENTO A FULL LIKE OF.' l^f-DRESS GOODS, JUST RECEIVED FIIO3I NEW YORK, Asxl comprising a total shipment of TWENTY-SIX LARGE CASES OF NEW GOODS for our Dres3 Goods Department alone. Ta?2S23 iG r AJE&i:JB> m 3?-5r \\ ill be equal tc any that has ever .... on this coast, i.-. in various Styles Colors, Fabrics and Combinations ! ; Those desiring ouch goods, when this fine opportunity presents itself, will find it an easy task to be suited from the Very Large Assortment in Onr lareroom I TJIE ViKIEIT IS \«T '♦••'i\'»: MERELY TO STYLO, BIT The Prices in Each Style will be Found as Various as the Difference in the Styles Themselves, And whether our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT be called upon for goods, At 60 per yard $4 50 per yard! OK ANY TRICE BETWEEN THESE LIMITS, we wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 January 1881

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Fences and Fence Material. The fence problem has in all times and in all countries been one of serious import to farmers. Even in countries where tim ber is plenty and well distributed over the agricultural sections, the expense of keep ing up fences has always been a serious drawback on agricultural advancement. It has been carefully estimated that the fences of the United States in their present con dition have cost the agriculture of the country the enormous sum of 000,000, --000. It costs about 10 per cent, of this sum annually to keep these fences in re pair—this is equal to §200,000,000 a year. Until about twelve years ago tim ber was the alt-ost exclusive mate rial used for fencing " agricultural lands throughout the world. About that time, in sections where timber was scarce and expensive, people began to experiment with -.v. re for fencing. The first wire fences in this State were intro duced about that time. They were intro nuced in the great Mississipp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 January 1881

rWRITTEN FOR THE RECORD-DSlO**7.] The Ventures and Adventures of Charlie Gould ; A ROMANCE 0? THE STOCK MARKET. BY EDWARD F. CAHILL. ■ v . f-.--.L- ■■■-■ !•- - «■■--•• :- : - ■:-■-, -!■.: ;-.,- :^-^fr-e OrIAPrER VIIL That th.: ensuing Saturday was a charm ing day almost goes without saying. Nearly all our Saturdays and other days in the month of May are charming in our Cal ifornia ciimate, and if we have an occa sional shower it only serves to brighten and freshen the grass and brilliant flowers, too soon, alas, to be cast into the oven < f the Bcorching summer tun. Loaded wit eatables and drinkables, and plenty of shawls end wrappers — for there is always a I breeze or a drifting fog on the bay — our party started at an early hour ..a the steamer for Sin liafael. Behind them lay the city of San Francisco, seated, like old Home, on her seven Jiills ; •i front, Tamalpais, a towering pyramid of vivid green and gold, for the bright patches of mustard flowers were beginning to speckl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 January 1881

THE DAILY RECOBD-UiMON. Hlßtiil JA'U'AUF 8. 18HI Dally Meteorological Record-Signal Serv ice I nllcd Stales Army. Sacraiik*.-to, January 7. 1881— r, m. ~~ — 3 etr^r?i c - - t"-~ i gF i* II I i 111 hi -- *" :? a •■' 2. ?I '< <.**- 1 : =-§ a *"° Oiympia.. 20.3835 SO N. 1 Lizht.. Fair Portland. SO. :;:» '4-t 1 feS W. 3 Gentle.... Cloudy Rose burg 3 1.38 •" ,l 90 S. W. 3 Gentle . : . . Cloud* Rod Bluff -J0.14'-45l SO 3.8 Light Clear Sacram'to 30.14:45 81 N. 2 Light . ... Clear "8. Fran.. 30. 47) SI X 5 Gentle ...Clear ■•Visalia.. 30 H>3:!| 90 E. 1 Light Clear *L Angel. 30.07;39| 55 N. E. SGentle. Clear M..,. Ther., t>6'~ MinT flier., 30. Kiver above low water mark. 20 ft. 2 in. .J" 4 - C2 a." : ' ■ Weather Probabilities" .;-.(.:■ :., January 7th.— For Pacific coast re gions: Partly cloudy weather, and rain north of California. THE WEEKLY UNION. Tne WEBltiv Chios with each issue improves and bceomes more and more a valuable paper, more and more desirable in the market place, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. i-iVriK *■*.** Jtr-lltKl 8. |BKj S ADVERTISEMENT Mx-KTION. Odd Fellows— Tr'.p to Folaom. .ii U. W., Union Lodie, to-"ight. Temperance meeting at tiie Congregational Church to-morrow. Lan.l League meeting to-morrow altera « Charles Lewis— Call nt the Ehner Hotel. Wanted— A first-class dressmaker. Work. In tuemoriam— Resolutions— Mrs. BumetL Auction. Saslneas Advertisemexita. Hall I'ros. &: Co.— l>re-s go*da. MecbanicV sitore — " Saving equal to earning."' Annual meeting— Pacific Mu"ua! Life. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ANew Educational Am.— A number of philanthropic gentlemen have associated themselves together and funned hat is known as tha Sacrament.* Educational Insti tute, The officers are: Felix Tracy, Presi dent; IL-nry 11. Lie.-, Treasurer ;Kb W. Brier, Secretary. There has been guaran teed to the association means sufficient to (tirry it on for a year at the least. It has is sued .1 prospectus, in which it is set ou: that no fee for tuition or membershi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNJOIN. a-feaed at the Post Office at Sac-araeraa as second class '"carter POEUSHED BY THE ' l ->, " lffiraSto||affiffig Company. WM, H. DCLXs, General *tlani-f-er. ..' k-nkilear-eu Office, Third at., bet. J and K. Tin* »a«*lt RECOKD-IKIOS ta c -lull ■*.<•-<: error day ct the weak. Sundays excepted. far one yea- (10 00 for -ii r.o •-'.'■-*,. 5 00 ror three -nccths 300 Tar- oop.'ea oce year, to one address .WOO fla'toc.Tners -erred nj Oarriera at Twrirrr-r. .1 Cxsi-t per -reek. In ail Interior cities and Varnß the taper can be had ot the p. i:.dp»i Periodica- Deal era. a* e*-4-u-. :. -*v i Amenta. Advertising Bates la Daily Ereoril-rnloa. One S<*JS»rB. l time 81 00 fia.-ii.a:..--, J timaa. 1 75 0-,e*-. ■---. ;::.-i-i 2 50 tHiiv.o;i!;--.i:i.-a 50 l*S,'«k. X Weeks. 1 Month B-dl9r-are.lati.ai* 82 X 83 50 15 00 B i.'{ Si-lire-, Jd pace 3 50 6 00 8 00 Es'J S*ras-**, IA patfe 3 00 4 50 6 00 Ed.' Btpßuo, 4ii .-.• JOO 300 400 P. Serais, Irtpat** 350 .8 00 TOO 6-a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET REVIEW. (RSPOP.T-:** FOR THS BAtrEAJIRSTO RgCOaD-rrxios.J Sam Feascisco, Jancary 6, 1331. . In trade circles there has been during the week no unusual or specially noticeable movements. Considerable activity is indicated at* set tint? in that i- quite a strong contrast to the dullness oi " holi day week." Hut this awakening is by no means great, or what will be made manifest soon, for all the conditions are most favorable for a large inte rior trade, and the outlook fur heavy crops is so fine that the prophets cm scarcely forecast so rosy a year as to surpass present expectation. The grain markets are at this writing inactive. Wheat and flour are a little easier, and the barley market has a better tone. Oat* a*e dull. Wool prices stiffen, and com and beans arc q jiet. But little wool is in stock, and torices harden. Thi re is .tie activity in the matter of writing wheat charters, ships at hand heinir over plen'y --' now, and owners refusi...

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

PACIFIC COAST. LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES TO TIIE BCOBE USION. TEE OONT3ST IN NEVADA. "•""':-'-'.' i! ? ~;*v y Suiro Throws up the Sponge. Retiring J from the Fight. *HUKi;KcEIIIM.KIItT WALLA WALLA. Total Loss cf a British Ship 03 the Ore gon Coast. ■ - -- : -. PASSENGERS Fr.'JE IHE EAST ET KAIL Encouraging Klning Outlook la the Far NortiL IAI.IKOKMA. A Eepi.rt la be 'Taken for What It Is Vlorlli— lire. [".'San FRANClsco,|Jai;uarv 7tb.--Thereisnoth intfgoingon iv the city, andthe only thing that ha 3 any flavor of news is a second-handed re port that Judge Wallace intends to pursue General Miller to the United States Senate with charges of coiruptioj, in using improper influences in securiti',' the election if legisla tors, which is given for v. ha.* it is worth. The metallurgical works on Blnxome, be tween Fourth and Fifth streets, were burned this evening. LjSs, $2,000. Sudden Deaib. San Jose, January 7th. — This afternoon about 5 o'clock a German named Herman Graf died at the Farmer...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. D-IEXY fHO*i pa-RIVi- tS\— SO. 9280. ISAJiM st_t __-„__ -•<»_. -_*--_0. 4293. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. .tore .at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class nutter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WML Si. MILLS, General M -mazer. r"_biir_,i'e_ Office, Third St., bet. J and K. Til DAILY BECOBD-OriOX In p.*—.!-— every day of the week. Son— ex— _— oney— - — ' 00 for-_! moo-- J o<j For throe _d_~_ ■• * [JO — a co pi— one ear , to one _— ■• .. —00 Subscribe— served by Carrie— at Tw— -TY-Flf- C— ITS per week. In all Interior cities anil "awns the Mper can be had — the principal Periodica- ileal era. fTflwl and Amenta. Ad>ertl-D3 Bates In Dally Kecord-l'nlon. Square, 1 time tj 00 (Joe Square, 2 lira—. 1 75 5— Bou_e, 3 t—O— "I — Each additional time. ■ ...••..■..•■•••••••• 50 1 Week. 2 Weeks. 1 Month flail Square, let page $2 50 13 60 $4 00 R. _ ' Squire, M pace 390 800 800 Ha_ Square, 3d page 9 00 4— 6 00 Ha- Square. 4th pace 100 100 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ■ONP-X *_______ 10. 18.1 Dally ffleleoroloslrnl Be eorc-t-rgiial Serv ice t'nifrd Slates Army. SACB—H— , January 9. 1—1 8:02 P. v. _ cFS~ a a o~_i 2~ -off ..J? IT B<o" SB.** — *IT ifl I? l ||at g.f _ 1% : is. f&? I ?^i -1-f !_ §2. C-iy-pla. —.„;*> 96 S. 2 Li -lit Cloudy For (lar— . 30 .Ca 40 9: N. VV 4 Gentle. .05 1.- Run Rose burg 30.13 15 M Calm .... Cloudy Red Bluff 30.10 44 84 ...Calm Clear Sacram'to 30.17 44 84 K. W. 1 Light Clear •8 Fran.. 30.17 47 74 S. E. I Light .... Cloudy •Visa lia.. 30.21 41 01 If. '■ S'-i-'lit. Cloudy "LAngel. 30.13 38 [ 72[ N. 4 IQentle Clear Wax Ther., &0 . Bin. Tt'.er., 80. I.i' er above low water mark, 10 ft. ll' in. - '"J A. v. —_-—__-_-____-__=__: Weather Probabilities. Washington, January 10th.— For Pacific coast re gions: Partly cloudy weather, an i light rain in tbe uortbem districts. .'■'_ ■ ■■-■' NEWS OF THE MORNING. la -few Tork Saturday Government bonds were quoted at 11- for 4- _ 1907 ; 101J for as Of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. r . = = --spat ...MARY 19. mi ADVEKTISBMENT MINTION. Free Lecture, by Professor 11. B. Norton. Knights of Honor, California Lodge. Naomi Chapter, No. 36, this evening. Acknowledgments— Orphan Asylum. German girl wants a situation. V. V;; Foresters, Capital Club, this evening. —ess Advertisements Whi'.tier, Fuller & Co.— Artists' Materials. Germania Building and Loan Association. Sacramento Bank— Dividend Notice. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ': - ''.-- »'■ :'.•.:-.—•- ~ A Dastardly. Outrage.— While in the southern part of the city, on Eighth street, yesterday morning, officer Fredericks was notified that a little colored girl 8 years of age had been outiaged, and was in a critical condition from loss of blood. The officer im mediately summoned a physician, and re ported. the matter to the Chief of Police. The child was found to be Ad die Gale, in reference to whom quite a contest was re cently had iv the Superior Court as to the appointment of her guardian. She sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. HUMIA- ..JA-MTAKY 10, 1881 SATURDAY'S NEWS. Coc-ensed from fpecial Dispatches to the Record-Union. DOMESTIC. The War Department abolishes caps for officers, and hereafter helmets will be worn, with trimmings to designate the different, branches of the service. Infantry color will be white, cavalry yellow, artillery red, and signal service orange. ?--_ General Longstreet writes from Constanti nople regarding the building up of the Re publican party in the South, that the only way is through the influence and efforts of the Southern Republicans. Their influence is measured by the influence they have with the administration. _'*_;"_ In the House of Representatives Saturday the funding bill was discussed without any thing decisive resulting. The Senate was not in session. ■-'• "■■_•'•'-■ . „ In K"W York Saturday-he ExecutiveCom -_itt<*e of the World's .'air raised 6100,000 to ward" the $4,000, 000 needed. General and Mrs. Grant will be the guests of Governor C...

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

-»__..■_ ™ SE-trs-T-1.. EIT-JfO. -90. i-A._.Y.__:.OK»__K__._-,__. --11-!.-. -'___. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. -—red a* the Post Office at Sacra — — — as second class nutter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. SI. — . MILLS, General ._ana_er. t-bUcstloß Office, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY RECORD*. It P-bl— — _ ever. <— of ths week, Sand—, excepted. For oca -rear $10 00 For fix i_->si_« 5 00 Fort— cc ■_— t ..-» _00 Ten pies one ye— r. to one _____ -. 30 00 Subscribe— ten— by Carrie— at m - T—?l toil per - -_. In all Interior -tie. and towns the riper can I* had of the principal Periodica- Dealers. -HUB— n bad Agent*. Ad . . _._-__ Bate* La Dally Re eord-Fnloß. One Square, 1 time W M On* Square, —_■ - 1 — One Square, 3 tl— - -0 _—_ additional time - lWeek. lWee_. 1 Month gall Bqnar-. Let page V- SO *3 SO *5 00 Hi- Square, 5.i p-a-e 3 50 6 00 800 Half Square, 3d -.a-e 3 00 4 50 6 00 Ha- 8.11-—. 4— pace 100 100 4 00 OtioS.j'-ir l«ip«i*. 3 50 SOD TOO On. Square. 2d p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD .U-.16_._ --I_'l>.-A* .--..-AI-V 11. 1881 ! Dally Meteorological Bccord— Signal Serv ice lulled Mates Army. ... S_CR_— January 10, 1831— S:0_ P. K. " -y~\ c "-s - ~~ C c - iT -cs _ . g <-,■; _•_,_■ g- *•» "T__ _-r -i _ -• « n _ ° ar. §8* §*« _.-_! §*? _ _• -■ •_ a o zz ;r_j »- _ _r_i _t sr : .2o |. a 3 •....-_ :-3 _i_ 35, Olympia.. 29.40 38 80 N. 1 Li.ht.. 1.61 Lt. Rain Portland. —.M's_ sit S. 18 Brisk.. 1.73 Lt. Rain R__e-_nr|_-. ! 50 B9'S. E. 6 Fresh.. .-.--Bain Red Bluff -0.17 44 84 W. 2 Light Fair Baa— -'to 30.22 47 85 S. K. 5 Gentle Cloudy -a. Iran.. :;■.'. 47 - H. 11. 1 Light Clear ♦Vinalia.. : 80.18 33 89 E. 1 [Light Clear «LAngel.i-0.10|41 57iX. E. .'Fresh Clear Max. Ther., 53. Win. Ther., 38. Kiver above low water mark, IS ft. 2 in. ___.'_. _.-•• _________——- Weather Probabilities. WasnixoTOS, January' 11— I. —For Pacific coast re gions: Tartly cloudy weather, and rain la the northern district and in Northern California. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New Yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 January 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Tir.S_-Y JAMABV 11. 18X1 __oteb-ISt;mf.nt -tINTION. Metropolitan Theater— Maze ppa. Concord Lodge, F. and A. M., thi3 evening British Mutual Benefit Society. News— Strangers in _______ to. Attention, Boys in Blue— to-night." Grand Charity 8011, at the Pavilion. Officers Fourth Brigade, this evening. For sale— Ranch on Rivera de road. Sabbath school Union, this evening. Dr. Ellen Goodell Smith— Medical lecture. / action. Bell _ Co., auctioneers, to-day. I___tesa Advertisements. Adams, McNeill i Co.— Baking Powders. Pepsin Wine Bitters, at Gates' drug store. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOARD OF CITY TRUSTEES. The Board of City Trustees held its usual meeting yesterday, the members being all present. The property-owners -long L street, be tween Fifteenth and Twentieth, filed a remonstrance pgainst the construction of the new walk ordered at the last meeting on that street. The previous order was modified so that the Dew walk will only be 1 -id on the north side of 1, st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 January 1881

■pvn. T-ATLYi KECbI-D-UNION. ™__T. i --^-^ J^ 1^" ? "° PACIFIC COAST. „•_?_ "lGtrrs dispatches to the record- UNION THE LEGISLATURE OF NEVADA. Passengers Coming to California via Car lin and M-j_ve. THE COFFEY-- _ 03 COt.rES. DECIDED The Bodies of Twelve Crowned Men Found on the Oregon Coast. CAIIIOIt-MA. Kaplan A.i-iiltU- The Coffey nils Contest Decided. San Francisco, January 10th.— The case of Louis Kaplan, ex-Registrar of Flections, on charges of obtaining money by false pre tenses, was tried in the Superior Court to day. 'The jury acquitted defendant without leaving their seats. The Judge in his re marks said that the Grand Jury had doubt less aimed to their duty. Yet the charge was a remarkable one to have been made under the circumstances. In the contested election case of Coffey (Dera.l against Kirn nods for the Superior .In lire-hip. the Court to-day decided iv favor of Edam-da. '; ; ______*; 'H tlralli of a Former siarrauientnn. San Francisco, January 10th.— Andrew Eirrell...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. £^.YE-_ r ' SIO ' r 'MM-HS-TOl. LlT— ".©. 9.-1. -i^;.;Li.(v::;»_u Ir_,-1 r_,-» 'i. z-tti-so. __•_. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, TntCTcdatthe Post O£ce at Sacramento as second class matter FTJBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WX. H. HILLS, General Mansjrer. Fafcllotloa oaiM. Third St., bet. J and K. THE itAIXY BEIORn-tMOS ttpabßsfced eretr dai of he week. Sundays exceptud. Tor one rear *10 00 For six months. 5 00 for in fee uontha . 300 Its c..;!»e one year, to one address - .. 70 00 Subscriber! lerred by Carriers at IwiJl L-?rr« CS3.TS r« week, In all Interior dtiea and towns the Mper eas bo ha.: of the principal Periodical Dealers, ■ewimen and Asesta. AdvertUtuz Kates In Dally Kccerd-VnloiL. OneS-rowe, 1 time »1 00 One Square, X time*. * «... 1 75 One bqutre, 3 Umcm • • 3 60 feact ftdiiticaal tii&«.. • 50 lWeek. 3 Weeks. 1 Month gaU Sr»«>, !«t page JIB $3 50 »SOO Hilt .«, ■--<:•, Sd i, : »«u 3 SO 6 00 8 00 Bs!f Square, 3d page 3 00 4 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 January 1881

THE i-A.IT •■'>•;____ i *t7KD-JES2p -. ■ -- •■-»-■ 1-. '*** ' Dally Mel. «r .ilos'cal K_-_«l— Signal »erv ice In!!- d (Mates Army. Sacp_i_k.nto, January 11. 1SS1— 8:02 a. -_! Sr. - £_a? -'_.-' ■: 4» . --g- ur _ slsan --a? s- -= = §18 I?, i ||a| i_J is -- - '_ S ■ 3 ?-._=?- : e-s S _- :? 2. .s. _ -= ?- s ' . :_. 2 5 2_. Olympia Portland. - R' :.=*. bur-*- ..." R__3!u_ 30.-6|s_ «7 S. 18 Brisk.. .... Cloudy Sao-am'to -..381-8 *S5 S. E. 6 Fresh Fair »& Fran.. M.Jtl'Sl yi S. E. 4Gc'itle Cloudy nis_ia.. _.._._.. -.til E. 4 jGiiitle IClcar *LAnjcl.i_..a3jM 7iij g. G | Fresh I c /g___ U__.-T-er.JfE Mm. Ther., 40. Kiver above low ■vater mark. 17 ft. 5 in. : ». v. Weather Probabilities. W ■.sm.NOTOX, January Morning. —For r_cific coast regions: Partly cloudy weather, anl light rain in northern C_lifon,ta and in northern Pacific re-ion. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New Yoik yesterday Government bands -ere quoted at ll'_J for is of 1907 ; 1011 for 5s of 1S8_; ! 1121 for 41* ; sterling, $. 80j...

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