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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DUiV ..MO* SERIES -VOl. NO. T4T7. DAILY RECORD SERIES -VOL. XYI-SO. 2HS- THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Tost Office at Sacramento a. second -to-, ■_-_'-- PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento PublisMng Company, Wax. a. KILLS, General Manager. roUU cation Offlee, Third st., bet. J and K. - THE DAILT RECORD...__TO_ fj.pnbl_.bed every day of the week. Sunday, excepted. for one roil • $10 0C For six months. • 5 OC For three months 3 00 Tan oopiea on** rear, to one address 80 00 Bu-ecr-bon marred by Carriers at TwzKTT-Fm Cist* per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealera, Newsmen and --gent*. Advertising Kates In Dally Uccord-r nlnn. One Square, 1 time....... (1 00 One Square, i time*.... 1 75 ODe Square, 3 times. •...•«••.•••.••• .....••• 3 50 Each additional time. {0 lWeek. .Week*. 1 Month Half Square. Ist pase $2 60 $3 60 $5 00 Hail Square, 2d page 150 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d pane 3 89 4 50 COL Half ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 February 1880

THE-DAILY RECORD-UNION. •racnSDAY.. '-A.A- ■ FEBBI 5. 1880. — NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 105 lor 4s of 1807 ; 103 for 5s of ISSI; MB 5 for -ja; _ sterling, $4 E3@4 85; silver bars, ___'' ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. . SILVER in London yesUrday, ' 52 9-16; consols, $8 3-10; 5 per cent - United States bonds, 105 ; 4s, 10.; *Js,"U- - : . 15 San Francisco ball dollars are quoted at par; i trade dollars, 95 buying, 96. selling ; Mexican dol lars, .6 buying, 96J selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s @10_ 9d for average California white, and 10» 81 tolls Id for club. '.■-'. " . ' '' '.. y"y;/?y As assessment of 30 cents per share has been lev ied by the Confidence .Mining Company, one of -20 cents by the Bodie Tunnel and Mining Company, and one of 50 cents by the Savage Mining Company. Misiso stocks were quite soft in San Francisco yesterday morning, particularly those at the north end. Utah opened at $13 a...

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. — 5 February 1880

.THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. * i Till IS. DAW .;...:... FEKK.AEtY 5, 18S-. Men..; Corps ' Krport— February 4, l.8». Tins. I sak ThßillUllj WIND ; irKATU. 4:02 a. m.... Se.M 39 )73 N. E. 2 .... Clear ii.. ..',30.37 ;33j80j E. 4 i Clear 8:02 a. 5t.... 30.83 >37 _l S. E. 4 ....dear 2 r.n.:. ;.... W.-S 57 47 ... E. 2 ....tetear 8:02 r. ».;.;. 30.24 | 48 I 63 S. E. 6 .---'Clear Mix. ther., ES decrees, liin. tier., 33 decrees. " Weather Froliabilitie*. Wasiiixotox, February 4th— Midnight.— tions for Central and South Pacific Coast regions : Clear or fair weather ; for North Pacific Coast regions, partly cloudy weather a-.d light local rains I ■ 1 _L_nr__Bns_B-__-T i_u_ktio_i. Metropolitan Theater. - Congregational Church. Pioneer funeral notice. .st;s Sacramento Battalion, I. O. O. F., to-night. A. O. U. W.— Ticket notice. . Au.tion Sales. Bl .rl.uni ft - niitll. Crowtll & Cav.rly. Business Advertisements. Two thousand dollars to loan. bnt. Dr. S. E. Bowers. James I. Felter k Co. Cresc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TREK-DAT ".. . .......IT-BBIIABT. .*. I*Bo. ______ — CONGRESSIONAL. [jrECIAL BT TE_K__A_a TO TUB RECORD-UNION.] P Senate. Washington, February 4th. — Slater, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, reported a bill direct ing the Secretary of the Interior to negot ate with the Umatilla, Warm Springs, and certain other tribes of Indians occupying reservations in Oregon, for the extinguishment of their title to land now occupied by them and for their removal to other lands or reservations without the limit- of Oregon, printed and recommitted. Hereford introduced a bill to repeal the Act of July. 4, 1801, conferring on the (juartenn-ster- Geueral, Commissary-General and accounting offi cers of the Treasury the authority to examine, adjudicate and settle claims accruing to loyal citi zens of the United States for supplies taken by or furnished for the use and used by the United States armies. [The bill confers jurisdiction in such cases upon the United States Hi.-tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 February 1880

DAILY _ MOV BEBIEM-«*OL.XLIT— SO. MB. DAILY It! ( _ I'll SCRIES -VOL. XTI-SO. _ «9. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION- Entered at the Tost Office at Sacramento as second cl. is-, matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, «11. n. HILLS, General Manager. Pablleatlon Office, Third st., bet. J and K. THE DAILY BECOKD-raiOJr li published every day of the week. Sundays excepted. For one year • 110 OC For tit months. 0 OC Watt months „.......,., 800 Tan oopies one year, to one address 30 00 Bnhocrfben .erred by Carrien at Twshti-Fivi Cents per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper oaa be had of the principal Periodical Deaien. Bowman aod Amenta. Advertising Kates In Dally Beeord-Hnlon. One Square, 1 time..... .;_,.s! 00 On* Square, 2 time*. I Ti One Square, 3 time*. 1 SO Each additional time. SO 1 Week. 1 Weeks. 1 Month Hair Square, lit page $. 60 «3 SO $5 00 Half Square, Id page 3 60 .0 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d pace S 60 4 50 8 Ct Half Square tth page 100 8 00 4 00 One Square,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 February 1880

THE DAILY .RECORD.UN ru day: ...... FEBKIAKY 6. l.*«<*. The San Francisco office of the Daily Recoei. UxiOS and Weekly I'sio.i is at 208 Montgomery street. ; NEWS OF THE MORNING. is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 105 for 4s of 1907 ; 1031 for 5s of 1881; 10SJ for 4Js ; sterling, $4 _3@4 651; silver bats, 113} ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. ge silver in London yesterday, 62 8-10; consols, 06 5-10; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105 4s, 108J ;«i - nil- . y y -y lx San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; trade dollars, 96 buying, 90J selling; Mexican dol tara, 96 buying, 96$ selling. AT Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s @10s 9d for average California white, and 10s Ed to lis id for club. ■ Ta_ SfVage Mining Company have levied an as aessment of 60 cents, Dudley one of 25 cents, and Hillside one of 30 cents per share. • These was a steadier feeling in the San Francisco mining share market yesterday morning, and a par tial reactio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, FKii>A¥.i;:.:.7:y;:-.^r_*Bß-Auv,6, 1880. Signal Corps .=■ Eeporl— February 5, ; 1880, Tl_Jt. | SAM THK. HUM | WLMI RAM, WKAtU. _:02 A. _.... 30.29 j39 82 E. 2 .'.;. Clear 7 a.m....... 30.31 |SO 90 I Calm } Clear 8 Ma. m 30.35 33 91 I Calm' i Clear 2 r.M........ 30.30 | 67- 47 1 N. E. ! ....(Clear 8:0-1*. _..... 30.29 jsl 05 | Calm ■■■■iClear ix. teer., 5S degrees. Mm. ther., 3.. decrees. Weather Probabilities. WtammatOK, February sth—Midnight—lndica tions for Central acd (South Pacific Coast regions: Clear or fair weather; for North Pacific Coast region, light rain. - _ • - AD V ER'-lS_._l__i T -IfiaTlOM. Metropolitan Theater. Champions of Red Cross— Meeting to-night. . Business ■ Advertisements. Valentines— At Hong-toil's book store. J. A. Cunningham— Boiler and iron works. Fulton Market—" ard let live." Executor's sale— Real estate. For sale or to rent on shares— Wheat land. Adams, McNeill _ Co.— Importers, etc. Catarrhal poisoning— Remedy discovered. M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 February 1880

THE DAILYIrECORDMIO^ RIO AY - V:.l::.'. ..."I .-FERR-ART . . 18SO^ PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS. DISPATCHES 0P ..? LAST -. NIGHT. OBJSAVES BUSHED TO DEATH. Eleven Mongolians Perish in the Flames at ' San Francisco. - PASSENGERS FROM THE EAST BT RAIL. ,-y- ,. : .=. -■;- .-•■ ;-y ■ - r,-y:-\j.-.yry Funeral • of the Wife of Congressman y\ C. P.- Berry. CALIFORNIA. . Fire nnd Loss or Life—Assessments. --1 San I Francisco, February s__.— A China wash-house on Fine street, near Taylor, was burned this morning. It is not known how many occupied the building, but at 1 p. m. eleven bodies were recovered. Assessments were levied to-day : By Savage 50 cents per share, Dudley 25 cents, and Hill side 30 cents. '.;■'. Aflllf [SECOND DISPATCH.I San Fbancibco, February sth.— first that seems to have been known of the fire by any of the neighbors was, as nearly as can be ascertained, at about 6 o'clock, when a domestic in the house of Mrs. M. Byrne, 932 Pine street, adjoining the wash-house on the west, infor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY _■■— SERIES— TOL. XLIX— SO. Ull. DAILY RECORD mm X . I-.NO. S«». .THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. - Entered at the Tost Office at Sacramento as second da ■_ matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WH. D. MILLS, -rut* Mannsrrr. Pablleatlon Ottlce, Third st., bet. J and K. : . ■- • THE DAILY KM OI'»-* Mil ls pn'ollj-i.l every day of Urn weak. Bond_yt excepted. £or one rear.. $10 tjr For ilz month. , 6 OC For three months [.',[ 3qq Ten ooplos one re_r, to one a.idr<_» " ec 00 Subscribers serred by Curiers kt Tw»_tv-Five Oxkis per weai. In ill Interior cries and tonus the p»i><-r cm be had of the principal periodical Dealers, flic-— men and Agents. Advertising Rates la Dally -ircuriM'ulon. One Square, 1 time „. .................. ....fl 00 On« 8 juare, * tuiine. 1 75 'One Sqii-re, 3 timet ' J 51, Bach additional time. SC _„ „ 1 Week. 3 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist. page...... $2 50 $.-.50 J. 00 ',5«( Square, 2d pa,fe. 8 50 6 10 8 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1880

iIMHI ilfl^;^fSfefe??Sl-3lli>CT SET IN A SILVER SEA .-•-.!- r^iri-t-'tr'sisrxxiA ■ ■. - ' .';y ' :Ai§W£m£ : -. ■ . /.p<.,y ■' ;-f W ' " a' romance BY B. L. FARJEON. V AUTHOR OF "BLADE O* GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES,"'.' JOSHUA MARVEL ' ' "KINO OF NO-LAND," "THE BELLS OF PENRAVEN," ETC.'', I ■-> __ • '■'.'.I- „_,:: . "y CHAPTER 111. tJaJ 'l 'y TO THE SILVKR ISLE COMES A NEW EVAN - ' liELI*. WHOSE LIPS AEE ANIMATE. ' A soft languor stole over his senses. j He was in the state between sleeping and waking, when one is not sure whether he is in a living world or .in■ a ; world of _ shadows. At such a time what is most '■ extravagant is accepted as most probable ; '.there is nothing to wonder at in the stran f gest contradictions. Reason sleeps ; imag ination reigns in its wildest forms. If the § enchanted mortal lies in a darkened room, where palpable objects are shut from his sight, his mind is dominated by phantasms which have no prompting from what is passing around ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. DRAINAGE. A Proposed Law to Secure Drainage \ •in Valley Districts. •A . State Board of Drain age Commissioners Provided for. How the Work is to be Done and Paid — Details of a New System. y A Bill of Importance and Interest to the People of the State. The following bill has been introduced in I the Assembly by .Mr. Brown of Yuba. Its purpose is to provide for a system of drain age in this State. The bill directs how drain age districts shall be formed, a State Drain age Commission appointed, its duties defined, sets out the duty of the State Engineer and of local engineers, how districts may be sub divided, how funds for drainage work shall ', be raited and disbursed, bonds issued, sold ; and redeemed, etc. The bill will be found to ! be of great interest. It is given in full : The People of the State of California, repre sented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : Section 1. The Governor shall, withir thirty days after the passage of this Act, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1880

',->--iltIK .-B_l»_« .{>? F_l* SJ '• .^ "->■=*". I THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ! SATIRI-AT.-'V.y V. FEBRIURYT. !>»>. THE WEEKLY UNION. The Weekly Union in emphatically cnoqualed as ! a newsy, varied, dignified, energetic and timely fam- j ily and business journal for the Pacific coast..' it is issued twice each week, in eight-page parts, that are published Wednesdays and Saturdays. 'Hie two make up » sixteen-page weekly paper. ■ The sub scriber thus receives two pipers a week, by which he keeps level with the current news. .The happeii. ing» between Friday aDd Tuesday he reads of on Wednesd iy, and the events occurring between Tues day and Friday he is informed of in the second issue of the Weekly. : The Weekly Union' is now, post-paid, but $2 a rear. ; \ ' \f. .A' l, NEWS OF TEE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 105} for 4b of 1907; 103 for 5b of ISSI; 108 J (or 4}B ; bterling, $4 MltjH 86 ; silver bans, 1131 ; silver coin. } discount buying,...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. --ATMtIM ........... IE It HI A ICY T. IX!.'. .1. I.i Corps Iteport— Ft-brunry 6. ll__. nvt - ' i A _ IUX |iic_j~*!M> __.-.»__tn. *o_a._ so. :« MM _".« i Clear I_. « 30.33 : -.'.: in N. C ' ....Clear 802 a.m. 30.31 | 'AS ■Mi ' NS ....Clear '-P.x........ 30.24 a 47 N. 4 1. ....C1ear _ '' p. » 30-21 .51 65 I Calm '■-.■ Clear M.a.. ther., >y decrees. .1 ii. '.her.. 36 "trices. Mrallnr ProUabilllies. Washixoto.., February Cth—Miduis-ht.—lndica tions lor Central and South Pacific Coast region.: Generally clear weather ; ' f..r North l\i.i:': Coast region, cloudy and threatening w ather and light rains _HV__tT_--_-li. T _l_._i_.iu:i. .letropolitan .-it- .-. Bicycle contest. I.vitalion party. Installation and social. Capital Lodge to-day. Knights Templar tonight. P. A. Miller to Trustee. I'.elief Committee at Father Hath*. Hall. A.O. a. w.—u lis. . Auction oals. Bell & Co. Business Advertisements. Swallowing poison. A lot lor sale. . Vegetine— ll. C. Kirk ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1880

*¥HE DAILY RECORD-UNION. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE FARMER AND THE ORCHARDIST. This Department is prepared for the S -CHA___-TO RaooßD-UsiON by its Agricultural Editor. All U-t'er relating to the agricultural interest will be * band under this head.l WARM OR TROPICAL BELTS ON THE FOOTHILLS. It is well known that there are certain belts along the foothills, both of the Coast Range and Sierra mountains, where frost does not come so early in the fall and does not continue M late in the spring as in the valley below or on the hills higher up. These belts are very distinct; and well defined in many portions of the State, and jhave come .te be recognized as warm or! semi-tropical belts. ;In Yolo, Solano and Colusa counties this warm belt is utilized in the production of early vegetables and early fruits of various kirn!;-, and so we believe it is in several other counties, as in Nevada, Placer, Santa Clara and probably several others. In Solano, near the line betwee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, BELSHAZZAR. ___— — _ The midnight hour was draw iug on ; Hushed into rest lay Babylon. SC*Jp All save the royal palace, where • . Was the uin of revel, and torches' flare. There, high within his royal 1.-'l, Belshazzar the King held festival. His nobles around him in splendor shine. And drain down goblets of sparkling wine. The nobles shout, and the goblets ring ; 'Twas sweet tO the heart of that stiff-necked King. The cheeks of the Kin.-, they flashed with fire, And still as he drank his conceit grew higher ; And, maddened with pride, his lips let fall . Wild words, that blaspheme the great Lord of All. More vaunting he grew, and his blasphemous sneers Were hailed by his lordly rout with c.eers. Proudly the King has a mandate passed ; Away hie the slaves, and come back full fast. Many gold vessels they bring with them, The spoils of God's House in Jerusalem. With impious hand the King caught up. Filled to the brim, a sacred cup ; And down to the bottom he dr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MIIKIIU . . . ...... . . I I' Kill till 7.' 18*0. PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCES. Who the California Republicans Would Like to See Elected. .-■-.'. i ■ ...'-■ • CUBEENT OF PUBLIC OP Di ION. Blame First, Grant Second and Wash-nrne Third. '■'■-■--A ' \ — FEELING OF D_MCCB_TIC POLITICIAN-. .< ■ .- - ... '■-:*■■:,' -__ur__a_, Bayard, Seymour, SlcClsllan and I'i-den Mentioned. ... ..__.,,...- -..yy- nr-'-:' Isi.-CIAL BY T_L_GR_-H TO 111* KKC.IID -1.M0J.) OaoviL-Z, February Cth.— A careful canvass of _,ur tor. to.i.tv, .ii the brief time allowed, shows the following preferences as first choice for the presidency on the Republican side: Blame 70, <;r.::,! 85, Washburne 5, Hayes 1, Conkling 1, Slier Ban none. The Democratic preferences, to far as canvassed, were as follows : Thurman 11, Bayard '■', •Seymour.}, . IcClcllan 3, Hendricks ii, Tiiden 2. The first choice of one 'oil federate soldier and Demo crat was Grant, and of one old-line Republican, Thurman. , Dixon....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DULY BRIM SERIES-YOL. XLIX-XO. T«7. DAILY RECORD --."-."til's AVI-.\o. 2479. SIX-PAGE EDITION THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BT THB . Sacramento Publishing Company, WM. 11. HILLS, General Manager. rabUcatton Offlce, Third st., bet. J and K. TIIE DAILY RECORD-UNION IspabUshed inert day of the weak. Sun d»*r» excepted Jot one rear $10 OC Torili months. , , 6 oc Forthree months „,. 3 0C Ten coulee one year, to one addreee 80 0C Babsarfben served by Carriers at TuaaTl-TlTi Ourn per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper earn be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. newsmen and Aleuts. Ad vrrt uinr* Bates In Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 time $1 no OneS-juare, I time*.... , , 1 75 One Square, 3 t1mee....... „,, 3 50 Each additional time. SC _ lWeek. JWeeVa 1 Monti. Bait Square, Ist pace (2 SO $3 CO $5 00 Half Square, :d page 3 SO 6 00 8 0C Half Hquare, 3d page.. 8 00 4 60 - ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1880

the: daily' record-union. MONDAY ..........I"KBBI'AUY O.VuiW. SIX-PAGE EDITION nEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were I quoted at 105} lor 4s of 1807 ; 103 for 5s of 1S81 ; | UU for 4Js; sterling, $4 63' #1 66; silver bsrs, j 113} ; silver coin, J discount buying, par telling. Silvkk in London Saturday, £.2'; consols, 67 15-10; 5 per cent. United States bonus, 10".; ; Is, 106} ; 4's, 111}. ... Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; bade dollars, 95 buying, 96*} selling ; Mexican dol lars, 96 buying, 961 selling, t At Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at 10s (x'.Oi di for average California while, and 10s 6 ' to lis Id for club. ;-*-! •• *.■■),' Tin-RK was a fair demand for raining stocks in San Francisco Saturday morning, and prices were toler ably well sustained. Utah rose from #12 62} to $11, and Sierra Nevada from **2 'to $21. Belcher rose $1 per share, but in all other cases the advance was from 10 to 75 cents In those stocks showing an ap pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. IIO\».U~. . : i .-.-.. ...... t-KSitl tUY .■ 9. 1888. ncnat Corps Keport- February 8, Its*. " "-*---■■ 1 «*a l-mj w. ..,.., iHA'Ii.WMAIB. ] ; | i 4:02 a.*..... SO.IO j 40 ! 91 IN. W. 4:.. .clear I 7 "- *.. 30.11 '. 37 ! 80 N. W. '«!■ " 'clear 8-02 *• ic.... 510.12 30 91 X . W. 1K.".: Fair Hf* I**1 ** 30.03 . M ;40 J N. 5 !....'Fair S-'-Sl---* 30-01152 fM I K.« l.":! Fair Mm. -.tier., 68 decrees. Mm. rter., "36 deirrcts. Meuilicr Probabilities. ( ; Wasukotox, i February Midnight.—lndica tions lor Central and South Pacific Coast regions: Partly cloudy weather, with liyht rains in northern portion of California. .'.' •• ; . >" i ■'" "~~~~T*"mi Miirmam i^w i»— u.l. iii ■ i— tm. - ±~u. ijum- i-i «v AOVEKTiSEICEirr aL«vi.~ioA. Bicvele riding. 'iy'{ ' Knights of Honor to-night. , „' ;. ; Ladies* meeting. .'■<, "" Overcoat lost. m ' Auction Sale. Crowell It CV .'erly. . Business Advertisements. ;< Union Nursery. Notice of mortgage. Notice - to contractors. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MO* WAY FEBSJI'AKY -9. iw.se. - — : ■*. . "* ■ SATURDAY'S DISPATCHES [SPECIAL Ti> THE • EECOItD-UXlO**.* MATTERS AT WASHINGTON. •-- -' ' . ', : „ " - f* . Continuation of the Negro Exodtis Investigation. WESTWAED-BOTJin) PASSENGLES. Interesting Fasts Furnished by Industrial Statistics. BOLD 80321KY OF AN ILLINOIS BANE. One of tins Uto War Chiefs. ln Favor of Bc!iut*-*s Policy. MiSCELUKEOUS ITEMS OF FOREIGN NEWS. The British Blua Book and Affairs In Af ghanistan and Central Asia. . Etc .....El* : Etc. ROSIEST!". SEWS. Capital Notes, from Our Own Corres pondent. YY . Washington, February 7th. — Representa tive Davis' bill, providing for taxation of all opium manufactured in this country for smok ing purposes, is heartily approved by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and will •be strongly urged upon- tho attention of the : House Wjys and Means Committee, as soon as the funding question aud a few other "■special subjects — like the*Mgar and steel rail cont...

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