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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 15 October 1891

THAT LIBRARY BASKET. The Attorney-Genera! Asks the Grand Jury to Look Into It. A Legislative Scandal Which lie Says Should Be Investigated by the P resent Inquisition. Sacramento, October 13,1891. To the lion. A. P. Catlin, Superior Judge Sacramento County; to Frank D. Ryan, Esq., District Attorney, and to the Grand Jury of Sacramento County—Gkn tlemen: At the last session of the Legis lature, among other proceedings, the fol lowing were had: Concurrent Resolution No. 5, passed by the Senate of the State of California, March 18,1891, as follows (Journal of the Senate, twenty-ninth session, page 783;: Whereas, Certain documentary evidence, •onslsting of scraps and pieces of written memoranda were delivered by certain mern beri of the Senate and Assembly to the Attor n^y-Oenerul on ibe 17th Instant, In staled envelopes for safe-keeping and investigation; arid wbereas, it is clainiei and alleged that fiuch documentary evidence is important and material as having a bearing upon matters ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 15 October 1891

6 Y. M. C. A. The Eleventh Annual Convention Be gins To-Day at the Capitol. An Interesting Programme to be Car xiod Out—Delegates From All Parts of tho State. The eleventh State Convention of the Young Men's Christian Association will begin this morning at the Capitol. Dele gates arrived yesterday and last evening from all parts of the State, and inasmuch as the attendance is expected to be the largest that ever honored a convention of the association in the State, the event may be counted upon as a historical one. Upon tho arrival of the delegates last evening they were received by commit tees at the depot and escorted to Y. M. C A. Hall, where an elegant collation had been prepared for them by the Ladies' Central Committee of the association. After the lunch had been disposed of tho visitor1 were welcomed to the city, on behalf of the association, by Chauncey H. Dunn, tho President, in a few chosen words. P. E. Platt, President of the Board of Trade, also extended a hearty welcome...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 October 1891

VOLUME L\\\II."NO. -is. JUDGE WALLACE SUSTAINED. Supreme Court Decision in the Haymond Case. THE WRIT DISCHARGED AND THE PRISONER REMANDED. Perry Sears, an Old and Respected Farmer of Sonoma County, Shoots and Instantly Kills One John Kiebll —A Prominent Citizen and County Ofllcial of San Bernardino Placed 1 Oder Arrest on Charges of Incen diarism. Special to the Record-TTxiov. \a>^ Anuki.ks Oct. I",.—The Supreme Court this afternoon, after adjournment, iiled with the clerk the following certifi cate of opinion in the case of ex parte Raymond on habeas corpus, deciding tho validity of the San Francisco Grand Jury: The petitioner was subpenaed as a wit ness before tho Grand Jury of San Fran cisco. He refused to appear and testify Upon the ground that, in his opinion, the Grand Jury was not a lawful body. For nhis refusal he "was convicted of contempt Of the Superior Court and sentenced to a ineand imprisonment. Thereupon ho sued out this writ, under which he prays to be discharged...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 October 1891

2 BAII^KECOEIH^IOS, ISSUED BY THK SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY ©fflee, Third Street, between J and K. THEORY RECORD-UNION, For one year $6 tH> j Por sfx'moQtris.-. 3 00 For throe months. - 1 50 Subscribers served toy Carrier* at Piftebs ' Cents per week In all interior cities and tpvng the paper can be hud of the principal ■ Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, Is toe cheapest and most desirable Home, JTews and Literary Journal published on the Paoiflo Coast. The Weekly Union per year $1 50 , «5* These publications are gent either by Mair or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are ' agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Vor rifle coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as eooond-cl&es matter. The Record-union ana Weekly \ Union are the only papers on the Coast, i outside of San Francisco, that receive the , full Associated Press dispatches from all parts of tfic world. Outside of San Fran cisco, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 October 1891

GARDNER CONVICTED. His Third Trial for Criminal Assault Results Disastrously. The Jury Took Hut One Ballot, and That was Unanimous—Close of the Evidence. Daniel Gardner, the :»ged wood and coal dealer, was found guilty by a jury in Superior Judge Van Fleet's court yester day afternoon of having criminally as saulted little Lizzie Cox nearly a year ago. The jury was in deliberation only a few minutes, and took but one ballot— and that was unanimous for "guilty as charged." This was Gardner's third trial. On two former occasions, after lengthy trials and brilliant arguments, the jurors failed to agree. It was the genr-rul belief that, should the jury disagree in the third trial, Gardner would be discharged from cus tody. GARDNER'S CRIME. The story of Gardner's atrocious crime. stripped of its disgusting and filthy de tiils. was published in the Recobd- Vnion at the time of its commission. He inveigled the little 11-year-old girl into en outhouse near his woodyard and as saulted her. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 October 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. BACBAMB N1 () M All X BT. Sachamfnto. October 1 sth. FRUIT— Tjcmons—Si<-ily. $B@B 50 V box; California, $6@6 50: Limes. §5 y. ••use, $l * lu(t; Bananas, 92 r>Of.r 3 bunch for 1.-!.-; nd; Coooanuu, *:@s; California Orange* Blver- Bide. S3 50€ i V box; Pineapples, 60 cents each, $7 it dozen; Peaches, *Oj»flOe ¥ box; Nectarines, 75c@$l » box: Plums, 50c@ •1 25 fl box; Bartktt Pears, §1<«;1 w^box; Apples, ■ box. i ' V N'N El ' ci< tol >X—Assorted Table, §1 65@ J 76; Apples.fl 60: Aurieots, ?1 50; Blaek )»orriee, fl 75£1 >-5; Cherries, SI 95®2 35; Currants, Si 25; Goo^eberrtea, §1 BOfl i 90; Muscat Grapes, SI 40:- 1 50; Plums, §1 40; Quinces, SI 75; Strawberries, $2 50. BREADSTUFF'S—FIoor, «6 25 V bbl; Oat meal, l<>-ft> sacks, ;;>s>• V !'■: S:> 25 v 100-fo Backs; Oornmeal, white, $3 i* 10-B> sa tks; yel low, $2 <;0y 26nb oaeks; Cracked Wheat, $3 f) 104bsaeks: S:i 75 V 100-ti> sacks; Hominy, £8 75 « 10* sacks; S3 50 100-Ib sacks; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 October 1891

TO SAVE THE YOUTH. Convention of the Young Men's Chris tian Association. Its Eleventh Annual Session Opened Here Yesterday—lnteresting and Able Papers Road. The eleventh annual State Convention of the Young Men's Christian Associa tion opened yesterday forenoon at the Capitol building with a fairly large at tendance—many of the delegates not hav ing yet arrived at that time. Tho convention was called to order by F. M. Porter of Los Angeles. GOINC* TO WORK. After making a fe\r remarks, in which he referred to the fine outlook of the con- Tendon, Mr. Porter appointed the lol iowing committees: On Nomination —K. V. Watt, San Francisco; George Taylor, Pasadena; G. W. Marston, San Diego; Frank Clark, Napa; I. W. Watson, Oak land. On Business—J. P. Fay, San Joso; St S. Woodharna, Berkeley; E. S. Field, Los Anjjeles; W. R. Heacock, Rodlands; F. Heath, Santa Cruz. On Credentials — R. S. Bayns, San Francisco; M. Ileskcth, Riverside; A. P. Alexander, Oakland. There Were some brief devotional ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 October 1891

6 TURF TOPICS. Al.l.l'.ltTON DXII.AT- IH.I.MUICII IN 1111.'i.l STRAIGHT HEATS. I'l'aiUk. AI., liias Mviiuior. Wuildu ami McKinncy to Meet at Los Aagjol— . Hpecial to the Record-Union. Lkxington (Ky.) f Oct. IS. —Twenty- five thousand people witnessed the trot ting races to-day, the majority being at tracted by the Ailerton-Delmarch match for i«"),<HH). An immense amount of money went into the pool-boxes, and many were unable to get bets on. The betting-, which last night was §1,000 to §tr>o on Allerton, was even to-day. The horses were sent away on easy terms, Del march leading half a length at the quarter, a length at the half, and a length and a half at the three-quarters. Allerton, however took a spurt and came und«r the wire winner by a length. Time, 2:1.11. In the second heat Allerton led all around, win ning by two Lengths in 2:15. The third heat was a repetition of the second, Aller ton winning by a length in 2:15}. Nancy Hanks was led out and ex hibited to the crowd, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 October 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.-NO. AO. RELIGIOUS WORLD. Questions Before the Methodist Ecumenical Congress. THE CHURCH IN HER RELATION TO LABOR AND CAPITAL. Ko Likelihood of Peace Between Em ployer and Employed Until the Principal of Prout-Sharlriu is Roc oarnizod as an Equitable Settlement of the Wajro Question and Adopted "Wherever Practicable. Special to the Record-Uxiov. Washington, Oct. IG.—The Rer. F. W. Bourne, President of the Bible Methodist < 'hurch of England, occupied the chair at to-day's session of the Ecumenical Meth adist Council. The resolution presented yesterday in relation to the Methodist federation was again brought forward. After a few remarks tho question was I put on the adoption of tho resolution, and it was agreed to unanimously. Among the resolutions adopted was one 1 .-miauling complete suppression of the opium trade in all parts of the world. The topic of the morning session, "So i.il Problems," was then taken up. The lion. Allen Spears, President of the Boston Cham...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 October 1891

2 PAILYjtECOgDjJgIOM ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, For one year $6 00 For six mouths. 15 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen «8 per weeds In nil interior citios and towns the P&per can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, Ib the cheapest ami most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Cpast. The Weekly Union per year §1 50 £&• Those publications arc pent cither by Mail or Express t<> ii.^cui^orsinglesubscrloers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa ciJlc coast. Entered at the Postofllce at Sacramento as MeoxMl-olass matter. The RBOORD-uznoH ana Weekly Union are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated ZYeu dispatches from all parts of the world. Outside of San Fran cisco, they have no competit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 October 1891

LEADING THE WAY. How the Young Men's Christian Association Works. Addresses Delivered and Discussed at Yesterday's Session of the Con vention—Tho Year's "Work. Yesterday's forenoon's session of the Young Men's Christian Association Con •-ntion was opened with readings from lie Bible and comments by Evangelist ). B. Read. John W. Roberts of San Francisco ad- I the convention on "A Plan for Recording Progress in our Work." He laid the chief responsibility rested on the General Secretary. The latter should iiave a thorough acquaintance with the business of tho association of which he is an officer. We w».i; id not be satisfied to ; jo out into the harvest field and not >ring in a single sheaf—we should not be satisfied to work in tho harvest field of ho Lord and fail to win a single soul to Sim. TALKS ON MONEY MATTERS. President Giles Kellogg of San Diego ;;avo the first of three fifteen-minute cipers, his subject being, "The Financial incubus—Can It Be Removed?" Asa, business mau t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 October 1891

4 BACKWOODS BELLES. Still Another Literary Aspirant in the Field. Lake County Will Be Known to tho "World Through tiie Literary Talent of Its Citizens Who Write "Back woods Belles" Letters— More Gossip for Fun. Eds. Record-Union: Now I think it is too bad that so many smart things have been written from Lakeport, and we of the "400" have had no hand in it. We move in the upper curcles, we do, and have callin' cards, and tea gowns, and uker parties. Indeed, we would not condescend to sniff the air of a quiltin' bee or stoop to go to Scott's Valley to a hophouse hoe-down; wo are tony and lit erary, and have had a Shakespeer readin' business and scores of French dinners with jack rabbit on toast, and wine from Hastings winery, which was served in crystal goblets of different sizes, which were bought at Levy's for ten cents a glass—real, genuine blowed glass. Now, I will write you a fue news and tell you all about us, with the rest of the town thrown in. Cap'n Floyd's "Whis per" (that w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 October 1891

THIRTY YEARS AGO. A Week Whose Events Were Non- Sensational. John Conness' Firm Stand for Union Principles—Where Canvas Shoes Originated—The Old Hussars. Shortly after the State election tho story was started in political circles th.it John Con ness, who had been defeated by Le land Stanford for Governor, was trying to bring about a coalition between the Douglas and Breckenridge wings of the Democracy. George C. Gorham wrote a letter to Conness asking him if the re port was true. Mr. Conness, who then resided at Georgetown, El Dorado County, replied by a published letter, in which he ex pressed great indignation. "Upon the terms of Union," ho said, "I can have political association, and upon none other. No party can now be useful ex cept to the extent to which it contributes to this great cause. To the Democratic party,Jas Buchanan made it, I am bit rerly opposed. To the democratic party, aa Douglas would redeem it, I am iirmly attached and devoted; but my attachment ;;nd devotion t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 October 1891

6 ANCIENT COVENTRY. Made Famous by Lady Godiva and Peeping Tom. Interesting and Curious Structures— St. Mary's Ilall and Ford's llos pltal—Wakoman and Ilia Wander ing. [Special Correspondence of Record-Union. Copyright, 1891.) Coventry, Eng., October 5, 1891. The pertinacity with which a single fact, belief or legend from bygone times finds Lodgment in the minds of men, and < entually becomes a bulwark of local l>ride and power as well as a subject of universal interest is nowhere in Britain jnore strikingly illustrated than in this ancient city of Coventry. Every well-known old world place has its greater or lesser shining beacon of splendid fact or myth to which the tour ist, like a mariner, directs his often teni pestuoua way. Blarney lias its "stone." Belfast its spinning mills and historic places of riot. Old St. Ivcs and Banbury are dear in nursery-rhyme memory. York and Canterbury are rich in cathe drals and lore of pilgrims. Saulisbury was the Old Sanun of Britain. Bri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 October 1891

IN RELIGION'S REALM. Expressions from the Various Religious Newspapers. The Religious Thought of tue Day as Expressed In the Sectarian Press- Some Matters of Interest to Both Ministers and Laymen. Tho Hebrew Jouiiml says: "The acces sion to the cause of Sabbath observance of the Temple Beth-M and its rabbi, Dr. Kohler, both of whom have been aggres sively identified with Sunday services, is a most inspiring and valuable acquisi tion, which will do much to give impetus to the movement. "It would be of inestimable advantage to the movement if Temple Emanu-El "would discontinue its Sunday services, which must inevitably be a stumbling block in its way, as a sign of difference of opiuion as to the inviolable validity of the ordinance relating to the Sabbath. "Of good omen for the success of the movement would it be if all the congre gations, rogardiess of ritual dilierenees, would unite earnestly, cordially and fra ternally in this effort to restore the Jew ish Sabbath to the honor that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 October 1891

8 FUN AT THE BATHS. An Evening With the Experts at Aquatic Sports. A Flno Aorial Performance Suecec d« 1 toy Bonne Astonishine Teats From tlio Spring Board. There was great sport at the swimming "1 atha last evening. There was an unusually large attend ance, both of spectators and bathers, and these included many ladies. Shortly after 8 o'clock the Leons, the trapezists who have been performing each afternoon and evening at the baths during the present week, put in an ap pearance and wen: through their daring aerial feats in their usual faultless style. Mr. Leon concluded with a double somersautt into tlie water, but his lady companion remained upon tho appara tus to assist Professors Dolan, Barry, Dodson and other professors, who were desirous of learning tho trapeze busi ness. While she hung head down, they Strove to leap from a swinging trapeze and catch her hands. Their efforts, which invariably wound up with a tumble into tho tank below, Kept tho spectators in uproarous Laughte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 October 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.--NO. 50. BRAINED WITH A HAMMER. lorrible Story of Youthful De pravity in Milwaukee. A GIRL RUINED AND SHOCKINGLY MURDERED. W. W. Cottroll of Detroit Has Been Nominated by Director-General Davis for Chief of the Live-Stock Department of the World's Fair— An Agod Lady Said to Dave Fallen Heir to a Largo Estato !n England. Hpeclal to the Record-Union. Mitavaukee, Oct. 18.—A horriblo story of youthful depravity came to light to day, when Albert Kohls, a IG-year-old ' >oy, in tho employ of a farmer uamed -vodatz, residing near this city, con __e_ed to the murder of his employer's I. ..-year-old daughter Annie. Ho had icon intimate with the girl, who was "week-minded, and she was about to be '-•omea mother. Not relishing this turn • n ailairs, he killed her on October 7th :;nd secreted the body. On tho day of ihe xnurder he first pnt iuto the soup which he family was to have for dinner a large quantity of Paris green. Mr. Koclatz ato ".he soup first, and, becoming violen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 October 1891

2 BAILY KECORD-IJyiON The Kecord-union ana Wekkxy Union arc the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated Press dispatches from all parts of the world. Outside of San Fran cesco, they have no competitors either in influence or home and general circulation throughout the State. San Francisco Agencies. This paper ls for sale at the following places: L. P. Fisher's, room 21, Merchants' Exchange, California street; the principal News Standß and Hotels, and at tho Market-street Ferry. _ar- Also, for sale on all Trains leaving and _D_ain_- Into Sacramento. Weather Forecast. Forecast till 8 r. »r. Monday: For North ern California—Fair weather; generally cooler; log and clouds along the coast. LAND-HOLDING IN YOLO COUNTY. As was anticipated from tho first, tho exposition which the Record-Union is making of the condition of land-holding ln this State is not contributing to the happiness of large land-holders. Everybody is opposed to all species of m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 October 1891

THE PERKINS RAILROAD. A Rather Promising Outlook for its Construction, Somo of the Subscribers Want to Go Into tbe Rnslqess Themselves— The Committee at "Work. In a conversation with a Record-TT_<ion reporter a few days since, George C. Mc- Mullen—who is a member of tho commit tee selected to solicit aid from land-own ers for the construction of an electric railroad from this city to Perkins—stated that they were meeting with a great deal of encouragement. The committee had not, however, been able to see many of the more prominent land-owners, but expected to complete its canvass in a few days. Mr. McMullen said that some of those .ailed upon favored a road, and would contribute toward building one, but ob jected to turning it over, when fully equipped, to tho Electric Railway Com pany. Tho proposition was advanced, he said, to retain the ownership of the lino among those who had built it and to operate it themselves. It was argued that if the Electric Rail "way Company could aff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 October 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. BAC__A____errO, October 1 7th. FRtTlT—Lemons—Sicily, $B<a s 50 _> box; California, $6^o 50; Limes, 95 t* ease, $l 100; Bananas. 92 50@3_*b___ch for Island; Goooanuts, $7<&8; California I >ranges— River _."i.-. fa 50@ i _» box; Pineapples, GO cents each, §r > dozen: Peaches, 40@60c %. box; Ines, 75e„. $1 .< box: Plums, 50c® $1 25 fl box: Bartlett Pears, S1(&1 25 _} box; Appl'-s, 50C<2 81 W bOX. CANNED (JOOI >S—Assorted Table, SI 65® ] 75; Apples.fl 60; Anriooto.fi 50; Black berries, SI 75@1 85; Ch.rries, SI 95 2 35; Currants, $:. 25; Gooseberries, SI SO^l 90; .Miis at Grapes, SI 40(5-1 50; Plums, §1 40; Quinces, SI 75: Strawberries, f2 50. BREAD-STUFFS— Flour, S5 25 V bbl; Oat m. al. 10-ft sacks, Bsjc « fc f3 25 v 100-ft sacks; Cornmeai, white, #3 Y> 10-ft sacks; yel low. 82 Ho¥ 25-ft sacks: Cracked Wheat, f 3 fl 10-ft sacks; f2 75 "j* 100-ft sacks; Hominy. $8 75 %l 1 .-ft sacks; f3 50 1. 100-ft sacks: Qra-mrn, f_ 75...

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