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

2 PAILYRECORpijyiON ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, For one year 06 00 For sir months 8 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week In all Interior cities and towojs the paper ran be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, Is,the cheapest and most desirable Home, Vivrs and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year 81 50 e»- These publications are sent either by Mull or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are ■gents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as second-class matter. Weather Forecast. Forecast till 8 r. m. Thursday: For North ern California—Fair weathor, except rain and snow in tlie mountains in the extreme east ern portion. TIIK PROGRESS OF LARGE LAND HOLDING. In 1885 there Iwero sixteen landhol...

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. — 1 October 1891

A GALAXY OF STARS. The Local Baseball Team Stronger Than Ever. Some "Brilliant Ball-Playing May Now be Looked For—Throe Games EHero This Week. he Sacramonto and San Francisco baseball teams aro scheduled to play games in this city to-morrow, Saturday andonSunday,and all three of the contests are likely to be worth witnessing. Tlie Sacramento Club, under the present management ofMcCloskey, is a stronger combination of players than has been en rolled by auy ofthe clubs in the League. Tho team is as strong in every position as any of its competitors, and stronger in several points than any of the other nines. The club is at present playing baseball of a phenomenal order, as is demon strated by the fact that the giants ofthe League, the San Joses, were treated to two shutouts (and nearly a third; last week, in a series of four games. The players have been doing such excellent fielding that it is not necessary for them to do much hard balling in order to win, aud they are all confident t...

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. — 1 October 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Sacramento, September 30.1R91. FRUIT- Lemons—Sicily. fB_B 50 1* box; Caiiiornia. $6(.~(i 50; Limes, $6 V C«s«, 81 ■ 100; Bananas, $2 50©3 ? bunch for Island; Coeoanuts. fi7_B; California Oranges Riverside. S3 5084 fl box; Pine apples, 60 <ents each,?? f dozen; Peaches, 40 ®«oc% box; Nectarines, 75CQfl ~?>box; Plums. 50«@§1 25 V bo.x; Bartlett fears, $1<&1 2d ■ box; Apples, 50c a 8 l 9 box. CANNED QOODB—Assorted Table. 81 65^ 1 75; Apple*.fil 60; Apricots, 81 50; Black berries, 81 75@1 85; Cherries, 81 95'a2 3o; Currants, 82 25: Gooseberries, 81 80<al 90; Muscat Grapes, 81 MNg i 60; Plums, 81 40; Quinces, 81 76: Strawberries, 82 50. BBEADOTTTFPS—FIour, 85 25 * bbl; Oat meal, lU-- sacks, 3V V*>; 9-i -r'o V ioo-tb sacks; OornnieaL white, 83 ft 10-it. sacks; yellow, 82 60 ft 25* sacks; Cracked Wheat, |y M 1 *'-'■' sacks; 82 75 V 100-lt. sacks; Hom iny. 83 75 ? 10-ft sacks; $\i 50 $ 100-tt. sacks; Graham, 82 75 ft 10-B> sacks; 81 ft ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 October 1891

WEATHER TOPICS. Lieutenant Finley's Cold Wave Ar rives on Time. The Storm Season Approaching—Ob server Barwick Describes the Phenomena of Storms. The "Weather Bureau's reports show that tho barometer is quite low and fall iiK in this State, and above thirty inches 3nd rising in Oregon, which gives rise to atitf and drying northerly winds. The dew point yesterday afternoon was as low as 26°—that is. tho temperature of -ho air would have had to have been re duced to a temperature of 2<J C before a particle of moisture could havo been -squeezed out of it. The relative humidity was as low as 22 per cent, of complete saturation—that is, if there was a very dense fog the atmosphere would have "been completely saturated, and tho hu midity would be 100 per cent., or com plete saturation. There would thorefore ".:iavu had to been added to the moisture i'u the air yesterday 78 per cent, more to *ieve caused a fog. The air was extremely dry, disagreea ble and dusty. The temperature yesterda...

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

6 EASTERN TURF EVENTS. AL.LERTOX TROTS A FAST EX HIRITION MILE. Results of Vosterday's Races at Chi cago, Cincinnati and Grave send I'ark. Fpeoial to the RKCORD-UNro-r. Indki'Expence (la.), Sept. 30.—Allor ton went an exhibition mile to-day to beat 2:12, trotting without a skip in 2:10 J." IIACIXII AT CHICAGO. CmcAGo, Sept. 30. —The track was fast, j Six furlongs, /.eke Hardy won, Falerno j second, Red Fox third. Time, 1:151. One mile, Lena l'rey won, Ed Leonard second, Townsend third. Time, 1:45. ' >no mile, Chimes won, Gorman second, Ijouise M. third. Time, 1:43. Mile and a quarter, Orniic won, Mary McGowan second, Noretta third. Time, £09$. Six furlongs, Carlsbad won, Roy S. sec ond, Holly McCone third. Time, 1:15?. M ilo and a quarter, over five hurdles, Aristocrat won. Robin Hood second, Joe L>. think Time, 2*23|. AT CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, Sept. 30. — Mile and twenty yards. Insolence won; Grandpa second. Tenacity third. Time, 1:48. < >no mile, Prince of Darkness wo...

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

VOLUME LXXXII.--NO. 3G. AT PALO ALTO. Dedication Exercises \ and Addresses j i < HELD YESTERDAY j i « At the Leland Stanford i Jr. University. ENDOWMENT GRANT. aWnds and Money Given to Sap port the School. THE EXTENT OF THE GIFTS. The Demands for Admission Exceed ing tho "Expectation for tho "First Term. [Telegi-aphed by the Kkcoko-TTxiox's (Special Representative.] Mento Park, Dot. L—This was a memorable day at Palo Alto. The dedi catory exercises of the Leland Stanfoul Jr. University, which took place at LOeDO o'clock this forenoon, were attended by such a crowd of people as probably never before assembled on a like occasion. For three days every train has brought its quota of people, and the neighboring towns of Menlo I'ark, Mayfield and Bed wood City have been crowded since. Day broke BRTOITT AXD r.KAtTll'lL, And the people wero astir early in the crisp morning air. Vehicles of every de scription, from the gorgeous equipages of the rich, to the farm wagon and cart of the poor...

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

2 DAILY RECORD-UyiON ISSUED BY THE SACRAMEUTO PIJBLISHM COMPANY Office, Third Stroet, between J and K. THEtDAILY RECORD-UNION, For one year $G 00 For six months., 3 00 For three montns 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week In all interior cities and towns tn« paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, Is .the cheapest and most desirable Home; \_ttrw% and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year §1 50 mw~ These publications are sent either by Mall or Express to agentsorslnglesubscrloers, With charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. Tho Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at, the Postoffice at Sacramento as second-class matter. Weather Forecast. Forecast till Br. m. Friday: For North ern California—Fair weather, except snow in the mountains in the extreme eastern por tion; warmer. OPENING THE NEW UNIVERSITY. In 1885 Senator Leland Stanford and his wife ma...

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

THE MAN WITH THE ARSENAL. A Young Lady Who Thinks Perhaps She Knew Him, She Write* a Letter to Chief Drew, Inquiring Ahout tho Youth Who Was Found at Brighton. Chief of Police Drew received a letter yesterday from a young lady living at Lancaster, Los Angeles County, inquir ing as to tho identity of a young man who was found in a dying condition alongside the railroad track near Brigh ton last July. The man in question had been struck by a train, and when fouud was nearly dead. He was taken to the Receiving Hospital where he expired in a short time. The articles found on his person excited considerable curiosity. Strapped around his waist was a leather belt filled With cartridges, and he also carried an elegant Colt's revolver of the latest pat tern. In his pockets wero found clip pings from newspapers, reciting accounts of daring stage robberies and captures of bandits on the Pacific coast. These led the police to believe that he was either a highwayman or else a light-headed youth...

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

4 ALMOST A RIOT. Intense Excitement Over the Sus pension of Two Banks. i DEPOSITORS ATTEMPT TO BREAK DOWN THE DOORS. Nino Negroes "Who "Were Engaged in a Riot Over the Cotton - Pickers' Striko in Arkansas Taken From the Officers and Hanged—Disastrous Prairie Fire In North Dakota—Fatal Railway Accident in Ohio. Ppeolal to the RKconn-UxTON. H'Uttzoale (Pa.), Oct. L—The excite ment over the suspension of the Clear field and Houtzdale banks continues. When tiie depositors were informed thut that they were likely to receive less than fifty per cent, of their money, the lower classes formed in squads and shouted ex ecrations and threats against the ollicers, that would certainly have been put into execution had the latter been found. A large delegation of Houtzdale citi zens called on President Dill at Clearfield to-night, and demand* viand pl ended with him thai he make some satisfactory state ment. They pointed out that the two towns were actually threatened with financial ruin, and {ot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 October 1891

FRESNO CASES. Three of Them are Decided by the Supreme Court. The Judgment In a Land Case Set Aside—A Conviction for Forgery Sustained by tho Court. The following Supremo Court decisions were filed yesterday in the Deputy Clerk's office in this city: Otto Brandt vs. O. M. Thompson (ap pellant) and Herman Brandt. The com plaint averred that tho plaintiff was tho owner of certain described land iv Fresno, and the defendants asserted an interest ol some kind in the land. The prayer was that the defendants bo required to set forth the nature of their asserted claims. The defendant, Herman Brandt, who is the plaintiff's brother, made no defense. The lower court rendered a decision to the effect that the plaintiff was the owner, in feo simple, of the land, aud that Thompson had no interest therein, except that as a mortgagee "to be determined by proper suit of foreclosure against plaintifl therein." Thompson appealed from this judgment. The Supremo Court reverses this judg ment and gives ...

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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. — 2 October 1891

6 AT PALO ALTO. CONTINTF.P FROM FIKST PAGE. Tin: mviNN ns Very soon after the death of Leland Stanford, Jr., his father and mother re solved to carry out the plan of founding a ' great university in his name to enshrine j Lis memory, and give fullness to ideas j ho had entertained of contributing to liberal education of the youth of the tend. Wheu the announcement of this ! resolve was mado it was coupled with ; tho statement that the university would \ be endowed with lands and money to j such an extent as to put it forever beyond { the possibility of financial need. There were obstacles in the way of a legal character to tho creation of a trust how ever which made it difficult to enter upon the scheme, obstacles not dissim ilar to those that arose iv the case of Girard College and other notable In- i stances, and with which intelligent | readers arc familiar. , Accordingly on the 9th of "March, 1885. j the legislative. Act to advance learning ; and providing for the creation of tr...

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

VOLUME LXXXII.--]SQ. 37. IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE. The American Body Henceforth an Independent Organization. t GANNON SUCCEEDS FITZGERALD AS PRESIDENT. A Clause In the New Constitution Adopted Boycotting Importations of Goods of English Manufacture—The Convention Votes Down a Resolu tion as to Who Shall bo Recognized as Leader of the Irish Party in Ire land. Special to the Rkcohd-Unto:*. Chicago, Oct. 2.—M. V. Gannon of • tmaha to-night succeeded John Fitzger ald ns President <>f the Irish National jeague of America. Tlie convention, ;•.; withstanding the spirited struggle, ■ted an attitude of absolute independ ence from any of the fiactiona in Ireland or their auxiliary bodies. Secretary John P.Sutton was re-elected by acclamation, and Win. Lyman of New York was unan asly chosen Treasurer. W. J. Gleason of Cleveland, Chairman of the Committee on Constitution, sub mitted a plan which mado no mention of the parent body iv Ireland, thus divest the American body from subjection to t...

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. — 3 October 1891

2 DAILY_KECQRD-UNIQ^ ISSUED EY THE SACRAMENTO POEISMG COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, For one year §6 00 For six months... 3 00 For three months „ 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cknts per week In ail interior cities and towos the paper cau be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsman and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. Tbe Weekly Union per year §1 50 0~ These publications aro sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as second-el:*.*? matter. Weather Forecast. Forecast till Bp. M. Saturday: For North ern California — Fair weather; generally warmer. THE WhALEBACKS. It is highly probable that the resump tion of ocean carrying trade by the United States is to be greatly fa...

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

FIRST-CLASS BALL FLAYING. The Kind That Should Draw Old-Time Audiences. Saoramonto is Squarely Out for the Pennant, and the Hoys Say They'll Have It. If the Sacramento Baseball Club keeps t>p its present work, it Avill not be long before terror will strike deep into the < unps of the Gardeners and Metropoli tans. The two leading clubs might just J • wellfonclude to throw up the sponge i " the Joeuatorial aggregation keeps peg ging away at the ball and lielding as it las been doing in the last two weeks. The all-round playing of the team has \ een something marvelous. Tho field ing positions were never played as they are being played at present. A great (hange has taken place, and to-day the *- acramento club ranks far above any of its competitors as a fielding team, and is batting so handily that it is a formidable foe to conquer. The nine has thirty-four more games to play, and a continuance of such playing as ichas been doing lately means nothing more nor Leas than.that the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 3 October 1891

4 " MUSIC AND DRAMA Sol Smith Russell's Visit — General Staifo Notes. Sol Smith Russell has a new play, which has met with great success. Tbe new candidate for favor is by Edward EL Kidder, who has already given Mr. Kus so!l, in "A Poor Relation," a character that will live in the annals of the stage as one oi* the quaintest ever drawn—that of Noah Vale. The uew play is named '"1 1 I'.'ful Valley," a suliieiently unique name to mystiiy and interest Mr. Kus seU'a legion of admirers thus far in ad vanec. Tho play abounds in a inunber ol strong dramatic and novel situations and tlu interest is - ontinued to tho linish. The character whicii Mr. Kidder has drawn lor Mr. Rossell is an entirely original and unique figure to tho stage. .Some of the lovable traits of Noah Vale, it is said, have been retained, but the new character is entirely dillerent from Noah. 110 is educated and typically American. He says what he means and means what he says, in a Hunt, characteristic way. Mr. Russell's...

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

THIRTY YEARS AGO. An Exciting Afternoon at the State Fair Races. How a Police Court Judgo Disposed of a Disagreeable Case—Practical Joke on a Bridegroom. There came near being a rict at the Park one afternoon during the fair. Jack Bidleman, the lively fireman, who cap tured a secession flag from Major Gillis ono evening in front of the St. George Hotel, was at the races. He had been im bibing rather freely, and while pretty drunk pulled the Confederate emblem from his inside pocket and began to ex- Q to a crowd how he cap.ured it. Political feeling was at boiling heat in those days, and the sight of tho little flag drew a big crowd around Bidleman. Each uew man that came up would ask what was tho cause of the excitement, und someone would reply, "That man a rebel llag." Then someone would shout, "Hang "iim!" "Throw him over the fence!" and so on, until the thousands present became greatly excited. Only tho few Who were close to Bidleman understood De situation, while those on the ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 3 October 1891

6 IN RELIGION'S REALM. Expressions from the Various Religious Newspapers. The Kcliglous Thought of the Day as Expressed in tlio Sectarian Press— Some Matters of Interest to Doth Ministers and "Laymen. A correspondent of tho Christian Ad vocate semis to tbat journal tbe following inquiry: "(Jar Lord upon the Sabbath day healed tbe woman who bad been I lowed together eighteen years anc! re stored the "withered hand.' Do ti precedents justify a surgeon in selecting the Lord's Day for tlie performance of an operation designed to cure some disease OI long standing, the conditions being I such that a short delay could do no harm?" To this tbe Advocate replies that it thinks ; "the Savior's example would justify j him in performing it," provided tbat reasonable doubt should exist whether delay wouid not be injurious to the pa- Tbo (JbnfrregationaMst says: "Tbe American Board closed it's financial year September ist, with an increase in dona tions of neatly 13J percent, over the pre vious y...

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

WAKEMAN'S WANDERINGS. Where the "Gunpowder Plot" Was Concocted. The Ilorae of tho Catesbj-s—Men In Armor and ""Lad yes I-'aire" Mar shaled IVom tlie DLai and Kntffhtly Days* Bpeelal Correspondence of B.ecord-U*>~ion. •Copyright, 1891.] Ashby St. Ledgers, En.?., Sept. 21,1891. One feels quite a pridet'ul thrill of orig inal discovery if he can hit an object or j place in ail Europe where the great i American globe trotter has not already come; took a hasty glance; photographed j 3\erybody and everything with a snap j camera or upon his majestic memory; | shipped off a piece of the object or shrine j for his collection; made ha la ddfeten notes | with a stylographic pen for future refer- j ence; cut his name and the date of his j visit upon any available woodwork about the spot, or otherwise left his mark: and then with a "biff" and "zip" projected kixnself rneteorically through space to the I it pleasing or hideous object of inter est. 1 have found one spot in Oreat Britain where ...

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

8 GRANDEURS OF YELLOWSTONE. A Trip Through the Famous National Park of Wonders. A Most Interesting "Lecture by Key Dr. Dillo—Something: About the Great Goysors. Key. Dr. Dille, iormerly of Sacramento, but now a resident of Oakland, lectured to a very large audience last evening at tiie Sixth-street M. B. Church, on the wonders of Yellowstone Park. The title of his lecture was "A Week in Wonder land," and a very appropriate one it was, too. Dr. Dille is a magnetic and eloquent talker, and his powers of description aro admirable. He possesses a fund of humor, too, that is refreshing. Last evening he had a stereopticon, and a large variety of views of the wonderful National Park, which greatly added to the effectiveness of his lecture. AWK-INSPIRIXG SCEXKS. 110 began by giving a brief description ofthe experiences and surprises a trav eler has who -first visits Yellowstone, and of the aweheis Bobject to wlien he gazes upon the great geysers, hears the rambling beneath tiie earth, and l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 October 1891

VOLUME LXXXIL-NO. 3S. CAN'T STOP THEM. The Sacramentos Making a Gal- j lant Fight for the Pennant. COMPLETE THE SERIES WITH A LIST OP VICTORIES. The- Sun Franciscos Shut Out ou Saturday, and Come AVlthin an Ace of Receiving the Samo Doso on Yesterday—San Joso and Oakland Split 35ven in Yesterday's Games— standing of tho Clubs. The Sacramento baseball team was not able to claim until yesterday that it had won a straight series of games in this city since the season of 1891 opened. The 1 ciubs that have came to Sacramento have i always won ono or more games in each B.'rics, and generally tho majority of them. But now the Senatorial aggregation can | shout long and loud, for the first nine to drop an entire series to them is the San l'rancisco combination, or Manager Har ris' squad of employes—not only the me tropolitan team but the leaders of the liOague, and by many regarded as the champions. There were threo games— tlireo Sacramento victories—and a decided advance on the part of McC...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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