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

ii«i ?s.?__lv "s_H____t-TOL. KIT-MO. 9308. DAILY ECOKD SERIES- VOL. XAII-XO. 4..12. THEjAILY RECORD-UNION. -Kg-.- a: t_ r Fust tjfhg it Sagamcnto as iecon.l diss matt« PUBLISHED BY THB iacramento Publishing Company, WM. R. Mills, General Manager. *"**MleaUon Office, Third it., bet. J and K. THS DAILY RECORD-UNION b published everyday of tke week. Sundays exo-pted. for one rev 110 00 • or six months. 5 00 For three months ,-.- . 300 era ooplat one year, to one address - ..90 00 Subscriber, served by Carriers at Tw»i»tt-Fi. a '"UTS per week. In all Interior cities and towns the {•per can be had of the principal Periodical Dealer*. ■ - wimen and Agents. ki verllslng Rate* In Dally Record-Union. On» Square. 1 time |1 00 Ace Square. J times. 1 75 Square, J times. 1 60 ______ additional time. M lWeek. IWeeka 1 Month Half Square. Ist _■_. 13 50 (ISO |f 00 Ball Square, Id pace....... 3 60 100 8 00 Bait Square, 3d page 3 00 4 60 8 00 Half Square, Ith paf». 2 00 8 00 4 00 On. .quart lit pace....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TCESCAT........ ...FEllttl'AKY I.' lßßl Daily Meteorological Eccord— Signal Serv ice lolled Slates Army. 'Sacramento, January 31, 1SSI— S:92r. M. - = B~"*3~HJ c Q~f X ?S-S ff€ | I i. a 3 S~S 3* «•*.! eg 8 3" =£.'***! B*l £ **■"* i ? 2.J Fa ? fpff :If a ,-§° Olympia.. 29.77 35 96 N. 1 Light.". .45 snow Portland. .29. 57 85 E. 8 Fresh. .57 Lt rain Rose burg 29.87 56 01 S. E. 6 Fresh *"! ,** RedEluff. 30.17 57 91 S. 4 Gentle. .01 Cloudy. Sacram'to .19 57 87 S. W. 3 Gentle .... Clear *S. Fran • •Visalia.. t£li «L Angel. I Max. Ther., 64. Mm. Ther.. 54. River above low water mark, 25 ft. 11 in. ; ;;-> NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 112. for of 1907 101 3 for 5s of 1883 ; JI2J for _}_ ; sterling, *4 S2}@4 86 ; silver bare, 111 J. Silver in Lendon, 61 Id ; consols, 9SJ ; 5 per cent. United Slates bonds, 1032 ; 4s, 11CJ ; 445, 115J- riJpJ- In Ban Francisco half liars are quoted at J dis count to par ; Mexican liars, 6SJ&...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIIB >AT FtIIKIAUY 1, 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Sacramento Literary Institute— Professor Proctor. Lou Fook Won -Card of " Good Bye." Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter— Military Review— l his Evening. : Good Pasture— John T. Card ell. Folsom. I. O. O. F.— Rebecca Degree To-night. Proposals for furnishing supplies. ■• Auction Sales. Martin Pflug .': Co.— Sale To-day. Martin I - .- 4 Co.— Sale on Thursday. » r,-73i-ssa Advertisements. N. Clark i Sons— Co partuerth.p. S. Poska— Two Parlor Sets for Sale. Eruner & Druner — Removal Notice. G. M. Dixon, M. D.— Homoepathic. Hotel l.u.r'i am Corner of Fourth and L streets. Railroad House— Woikingmen's Home. Trees, Shrubs, Plants, etc.— Thomas O'Brien, People's Savings Bank of Sacramento. J. Frank dark— Undertaker. C. H. Krebs k Co.— Paints, oil-, etc. Win. El- Brings, M. D.— Oculist, etc. Wi. i sti . k i. Lubin— Boy's Clothing. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. , _________ Cases. ln the Superior Court yesterday the motion for a...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TlEjli.ll' .....FCBBVABY I. 1881 PACIFIC COAST. ._. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. MA-TTESS AT SAN FEANCISCO. Lecture on "The Planets"— Welcome to Bishop Haven. PASSENGERS FROM THE EAST BY RAH. A Young Man Loses His Own Life in an Effort to Save Another's. ■r.A— WORK OF THE APACHES IN NEW MEXICO. An Insane Austrian's Fatal Plunge Into an Abandoned Shaft. CALIFORNIA. A Practical Reversal— Parsed or Con tempt. San Francisco, January 31st— Tlw Su preme Court to-day, in the case of the State against Miles et ah, contractors for the build ing of the Folsom Prison, rendered a judg ment which amounts to a practical reversal of the decision of Department One of the Supreme Court, by which judgment was given against the defendants. Brewer, the Mussel Sbugh settler on trial for contempt of Court, was discharged to day. riilXi—XiX- Tlic Planets -leet rare by a Celebrated As tronomer—A Bishop Welcomed. San Francisco, January 31st.— Richard A. Proctor, the ce...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD- UNION. R_Sl CMOS SESIES-TOL. MT— JfO. 9.-CO. DAILY ECOBD BERIES-TOli A*II-.-0. 1 .; ..:. gE DAILY RECORD-UNIOX. fct^fedatthe f\«_t Office at Sacramento as second class matt a» PUBLISHED by the Sacramento Publishing Company. WH. H. MILLS, General Manager. **~*W_Ue_-_-«__Ofll_e, Third ati, bet. J and B. THE DAILY BEt 'SIOS _• pa ______> _<_ every day of tbe -reek. Sundays excepted. {or one rear (10 00 for ati months. 5 00 roc three months ,• . ■ , 3 00 Tan ooplea one year, to one address ..80 00 Subscribers served bjr Carriers at TwrSTV-yrcx O-CKTS per week. In all Interior cities and towns the Eiper can be had of tbe principal Periodica- Dealers, ewe-Den and Agents. Advertising Bates In Dally Beeord-Cnlen. One Square, 1 time tl 00 Ace Square. I times. 1 73 One Square, ! times a SO bob additional time. SO 1 Week. 2 Weeks. I Month Halt B<j-j_re. Ist page *1 50 13 60 *S 00 Half Squire, JJ page 3 SO 00 8 00 Mail Square, 3d page 3 00 _M 8 00 Half Square, ...

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

THE -DAILY RECORD : T . j V, : ..i.M > .'I" ....... _ .'.FEBRIIA <_Y. 2. IBM \ Dally Sltteernio^tettl Hecor.i-Slipinl Bur., ' i:.- I'mted stales Army. ; SAC_u._Lß.vro, February'!, 1—8:02 r. a. , i Jf! -. p -p. =;" ~ - l|i|i| - n hi % x : ?a .7. - V I ?. a § iiLS 3 "SS. Olyn.pis ; 29.C1:52 90 S. fi fn.-!. 2.61 Lt. rain Portland. 29.7;; 58 88 i. 11 Fresh . 2.85 Lt, rain n.-sei-urz _-i._.'S7 98 8. 3 .trie. .01 1/ rain Red ßiuftJSO. l2ls7 87 S. 17 ■risk.. .06 Lt. mm S.i_ram'to;:Jo.l7JSß 80 S. E. 9 Fresh . .03 Cloudy •S. Fran..j3o.i:|so 9ii S. 5 Gent! Foggy « _-i__iii_...!-_.o._7j_9 89 E. 1 Light Clear •LAi__,-i.;30.15!50 81 N. 2 Light Clear Max. Ther., c.3. Mm. Th-r., 61. Kiver above low water mark, td • v. H. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In Xew York yesterday Government bonds were ■quoted at 112j,for4i of 1907; 100| for of 1881; 112J 'or _i_ ; sterling, $1 83@4 86 . silver ban, Illi- . ... _&-■»■ Silver in Lendon, 51 .1 16.1 ; consols, 38 710 ; 5 i*r cent. United States bonds, 101. ;...

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

THE_DAILY RECORD-UNION. *^*»E">I»AY . . .-.. . . . . JFEBari it i 2, NWI — [ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Levee District meeting to-morrow. Good Templars - Bund of Hope tonight. Stolen— A Crsni .nt violin. To Let— A frsiae building on 3 street For Sale- T. Board oi Education. Union Lodge, F. and a. M., this evening. House lor Sale— P. 8. Lawson. .* .'.** i ': — ■ m Business Advertisements. I Creditor's SUe-Boots and shoes, CIS .1 street. Peoples' Store— Ccstrmcrs turned away. John Eltel, ifcayer ai..i chemist. Closing Dry Goo.'s Stores— Announcement. Ked Hou?e Trade Union. The Pioneer Box Factor)'- LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A LIVELY DEBATE. In the City Board of Education Monday night th..". ■ was a lively debate, of which the following is a synopsis : The question was the proposed publication of the Superin tendent's at: ii'ial report Director Mesick sail, with expression of nothing but kindly feeling to th-3 Superintendent, that he had read tin report, and was forced to say that, as the repo...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDNESDAY }Xii FEBKI'ABY 3, 1881 CONGRESSIONAL. [SPECIAL BT TELE._R..ru TO TUE RECORD UNION.] ■ Senate. Washington, February --Morgan, from the Electoral Count Committee, reported Ing ills' reso lution on the subject, with a concurrent resolution as a substitute. It reads : "Resolved, That the two Houses of Congress shall assemble in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, the 9th of February, 1881, at 12 M., and the President of the Senate shall be the presiding officer. ■ One -rson shall be appointed as teller on the part of the Senate and two on the part of the House, to make a list of votes as they shall be de clared. That result shall be delivered to the Presi dent of the Senate, who shall announce the state of the vote on the persons elected to the two Houses, assemble! as aforesaid, which shall be dimmed a declaration of the persons elected President and Vice-President of the Uniied States, and together with a list of votes shall be eutered in tbe j...

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

S^SI "- >""0*« SEBZES-TOL, LIT-HO. 9010. DAILY ECOBD gEBIES-VOL. 5 111 -SO. 4314. THEJATLY .RECORD-UNIOX. **mi the Po_t Off — M Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Saoramento Publishing Company, Si. H. MILLS, General Manager. PafcUeattas Oflct, Third st., bet. J and K. THE DAILY BECOSD-rXIOIT b_m____*d every day of the week. Sundays excepted. tor one rear , , $10 05 For six months 5 00 jforthree months.. «-.-. 300 Van copies one year, to one address .-_._. 30 00 Subscribers oerrsd br Curlers at TwrXTV-Frra 08-TTB per week. In all Interior cities and towns the ST-tr can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, -T-wimen and Agents. Advertising Sates ln -tally Record-Union. ■■S Square. 1 time II 00 tee Square, 1 tlmea 1 75 Due Square, _ times 1 60 tact additional time. 30 1 Week. 1 Weeks. I Month Rail Square, Ist page tf SO tf 60 ■ 00 &__.' Square, 3d :.__<« 330 600 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 i M 6 00 Half inure. 4th pare 00 100 (00 One Square, lit pace....

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

THE DAILYR_ECORD-UyioS. THIKSRAT ••■■••• FEBgrAm* ... MM Dally Meteorological Kecord-Slgnal Serv ice Culled Slates Army. ■ Sacramesto, February 2, 1851— S:o2p. M. — —^ B~*~s\~~is~ « ff *** -©,«? =zr £ rigs." ?£.; | *.* •ill I s I i: ill I*2 __ I = : X "2. - 5 ?■?!?■§ : 1.. I 32. OljTnpia • Portland Hose l.'inr ■ • • • • - Rediiiua. 29.01 61 s_s. 17. IS Brisk.. .34 Cloudy Sacram'to 80.«_ 61 88 8. E. 5 Gentle. .02 Cloudy •d Fran... M. 7 913. E. Gentle Thrt ing ♦Visalia.. 30.17 52 S9.N. E. 1 Light Clear »L Angel. • 79| N. 6 .Fresh clear Max. Ther., 62. Mm. Ther., 53. River above low water mark, 26 feet. i,._: ... m. ' Weather Probabilities. W'AsnisaTOS, February 3d— Morning.— For middle and north Pacific coast region : Cloudy weather and rain ; for southern California, fair weather. THREE ORIGINAL STORIES. During the coming war, and commencing De cember Ist, the WraaLT Ukios mill publish three Prize Stories of California. The first, pub lication of which trill commence in tht first wee...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THUR5DAY.... .......... FEBKIAKI 3, 18 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Card— George R. Driegs. F. and A. M.— Washington Lodge to-night. Car.l— of Mrs. Hancock. Rooms to Rent— Ciunie Euildinj. — . _. Easiness Advertisements. Julius Strutz— Wines and Liquors— Removal. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Board iii- City Trustees.— The Board of City Trustees, at its deferred weekly meet ing, transacted Ihe following business _ A communication was received from Richard j Brown, Secretary of the Board of Fire Commissioners, asking for a tax levy of 24 cents on each $100 for the Fire Department Fund for the ensuing year. Ordered oa file. A communication was also received from J. D. Lord, Secretary of the Board of Bond Commissioners, for a levy of 10 cents on each 8100 for the Bond Bedemption Fund. Placed on file. The monthly report from W. C. Farnsworth, Superintendent^ of the City Cemetery, was received, showiog the number of deaths during the month in the city to have been 30; ' cumber of...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Tai85»AT......... .-- ..FEBECAUY3, 1&$ I CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. | CONTINUED FSf)M KiaST PAGE.I the Senate, and also to have printed for the use of the Senate 200 copies of the testimony given before the Senate Committee on Irrigation, Water Bights, Drainage and Mining Debns, and that all said work be immediately performed. Mr. Johnson then moved that the bill be made the special order for Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Mr. Sbars moved to lay the whole matter on the table. Cairied. tier a long and animated discussion between the friends and opponents of the bill relative to whether it should be immediately considered or deferred iii consideration of the absence of Senators Burt and Cheney, Mr. Sattkrwiiits offered the following res olution as a compromise measure, which was adopted by a vote of '» to 6: Make S. B. »7 the special order for Friday morning at 10:30 and continue to the exclusion of other busi ness till a vote of engrossment is had, and if en...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. taking I!MO\ SERIES -TOL. UT— ill. DAILT ECOBD SEKI J_J_ -VOL, XAII-SO. 4315. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, Stored at the Pom Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THK Sacramento PnblisMiig Company, VI. H. MILLS, General Manager. rvblleatloc Office, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-CHIOS li published every day et the weak. Bun days excepted. for _-»_ **? For six months. J °° For three, months ,-•• » 7* **> Ten oopl_e one rear, to one address SO 00 Subscriber- served br Carriers at Twranr-Frv* (tars per week. In all Interior cities ■___. towns the C,p_r can be had at the principal Periodica. Dealers, ---men and Agents. AdTertisiß k Rates Im Dally Becord-l'nSon. One Square, 1 time t} JJ (toe Square, J times. J « One Square, 8 time* ' Jo bob additional time. **> lWeek. 1 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page ISM $3 60 *500 Bal_ Square, page 380 (00 800 !___ Square, 3d page '00 I 60 6 00 _____ Square. 4th page > M 3 00 * 00 On...

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

_-__--^ '^^^ K rrrTT?t7^ry^^ THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. _Fi:_->.-.V ..FEBgEAKY4. 1881 NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New "Fork yesterday Government bonds were | quoted at 112. for 4s of 1907; 100 for 5s of 1881; j 112} for 4_3 ; sterling-, £1 S3@l 80 ; silver bars, ' 1111- Silver in London, M:-l ; consols, 93 13-16 ; 5 per cent. . United States bonds, 10:.; ; 4s, 116} ; lis, 1151. In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at J dis count to par ; Mexican dollars, BSJ _.S3}_. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s Cd @0s lOd for Rood to choice California. The severe weather continues at New York, and last night was the coldest in the memory of the eldest inhabitant. George En; cart was killed at Roanoke, Mo., Sat urday night, by A. Cross, an officer. The trial of Clarence Gray, for the murder of The odore Claneey, begau at Santa Barbara yesterday. George Smith and Catherine Miller were hanged yesterday ot Williamsport, Pa. It is announced from London that Thomas Car lysle is hopelessly...

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

TOE DAILY RECORD-US ION. F8iaAT..;......;........FE8RrAKY4, 1881 ADVEETISEMENT. MENTION. .. — — — Undine Boat Club— Annual invitation par ';.. To Let— A neat cottage house. Horses from Mc C._ wan's ranch, at Paine 's stable. - Business Advertisements. W. O. Thrailkili, D. D. EL, ______ nil Temple. Boats to order— Ornamental Wood Co. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. STOBM AND FLOOD. More Heavy Rains Tfce High Waters Continue, and More Coming. "It never rains but it pours " was never more applicable than at thi3 time and the present situation. When the waters in the river had reached and passed the highest previous Hood line, and had commenced to again recede, without damage or serious in convenience to the re3ident3 of Sacramento, there was very naturally a spirit of satisfac tion prevailing that the higher flood line had been reached in safety. Day before yester day the river again rose to a still higher point, and receded so that yesterday morning it stood at2s feet and 11 inches. Since that ti...

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

TOE DAILY '.- RECORD-UNION.- FRIDAY FEBBIAKI 4, 1881 LEGISLATIVE STEPS. What the Legislature is Analysis of Bills Introduced. AMENDING the codes. The following bills amend the Codes on the sub jects indicated. They are given by brief reference, so great is their number, and to invite attention to them merely : A. B. 130— Section 211, Civil Code. That parents - may relinquish to a child his control, but shall not relieve from support until the child is Is, when the latter may contract, etc; abandonment prima facie relinquishment. A. B. 208— Section 2282, Civil Code. As to when and how a Trustee may be discharged. A. B. 345— Section 411, Code of Civil Procedure. As to service of summons on corporations, minors, insane and counties and cities. A. B. 167— Sections 412, 416, 849 of the Code of Civil Procedure, and adds new sections. As to allowing jurisdiction in civil actions over non-resident de fendants. A. B. 336— Section 1618 of the Code of Civil Pro cedure. Compensation for executo...

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

n\n\ IS 10 * aESIKS-TOL. LIY-lfO. 9.113. »AH¥ ECORDgEKIEg-f-OL. XXII-SO. Ltiti. THE^ILY RECORD-UNION. BteredatthePOTtOfficeai Sacramento as second class matte. PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WH. B. MILLS, General Manager. " <*vbUcaU«_a Offlce, Third St., bet. J and B. THE DAILT BECOBD-I NIOX tipnbtlihed every day of the week. Sunday, excepted. for one year (10 00 fat six month*. 6 00 For three months _..., S 00 van ooples one year, to one address .. CO 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at TyrEVTY-fm BESTS per week. In all Interior cities and towns the pyx* can be had of the principal Periodica. Dealers. m MM and Agents. AdTerttslac Bates In Dally Beeord-Cnlon. •Jie-. Square, 1 time $1 00 Ace Square, _ _______ 1 75 6=o Square, 3 time*. 1 SO Each addition*; time. , £0 lWeek. 1 Weeks. 1 Month Ball Square, lit page ft 50 $5 50 $8 00 Rail Square, 3d pace 3 50 (00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 56 8 00 Half Square. Ith pace I 00 00 4 00 One Square, Ist pace. 3 80 00 ...

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

AGRIGULTURAL. MATTER PREPARED SPECIALLY FOR THE " RECORD -UUION." Botes of Interest to the Fanner, the Dairyman, . the Stock Raiser and the Frult-Grower. - Farming on the Sacramento. ■ Just now the outlook for farming on the Sacramento is anything but promising. Probably not ten acres of laud on either bank of the river from Sacramento to Knight's J Landing is cut of water, nor will there probably be more than 100 acres uncovered j for a month to come. If a thousand acres are sufficiently dry to admit of plowing I before the Ist of June, we shall bs disap pointed. Twenty years ago this strip of - land, say a mile wide ou each bank of the river, and for a distance of thirty-five miles to the point named, was one of the best and most prosperous farming sections in the State. The Eame was tru. of a similar strip of country for an equal distance down the river, making a country .seventy miles long and two miles wide, or an area of 90, GOO acres of land, every acre of which, but for its ...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, London Exhibition of Building Ap. puances.— The value of special exhibi turns, and the growing disposition to hold it. en S- year after year, which is a step in the direction of making them permanent, ts shown by those engaged in constructive »nd decorative art in England. The exhi bition held in London last April proved so successful that another is announced, to be held from April 4th to April 16th of the present year. The materials will be divided into the following sections: 1. Architectural — drawings, plans and mod els. 2. Construction bricks, stone, con crete, wood, etc., and sanitary appliances in pottery dr concrete ; constructive iron work. 3. Engineering — machinery and engineering appliances— taps, valves, hot water and steam- heating stoves, etc., and metal sanitary appliances. 4. Decoration —wall-papers, paints in oil and tempera, window-glass staining, plaster and papier mache ornaments, encaustic tiles, etc., marble and terra cotta, etc., and ...

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

_a—i—g~^~*-^*~^~ —* THE DAILY RECORD-US IPS. BATOR It AT ..... ffEBBTAKY .-.. ISSI UNQUESTIONABLY _. __..•-_. . _ . . :.. The Weeklt Union is, for all farmer?, miners, mechanics, business and professional men, and for all who desire news, reading matter, and choice literary selections and original articles, the best paper on the coast to-day. It is issued twice each week. Each part consists of eight pages, ln each number are editorials of the highest character on topics of the day ; poetry, fiction, scientific, art, ag ricultural, sporting and household articles ; letters from regular home and foreign correspondents ; market reports, stock quotations; local, religious, mining, foreign, home, dramatic, mechanical and legislative news, with clippings from the best ex changes of the land. The Warn* Union is mailed for ;2 50 per year to any address. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 1123 for 43 of 1907; 100 ; for ss a. ISSI; 112 for IU; sterling,...

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