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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. j SAT_,'K..AT ■ .■.■■■■_Xl«U,AKY 5, IBM j ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— the magician. A. O. U. W.— Union Lodge to-night. Sacramento C anmandeiy, So. 2, to-night. Wasted— A modern-built house. Wanted— _• by a woman. Wanted— girl for housework. Personal— Phebe Alston. Pioneer social this evening. Business Advertisements. Simmondo' Nabob Kentucky Bourbon. Hale Bros. & Co., corner Ninth an.l X streets. •********-- m »-"*»*^-'-"--»*m**»-" i *-» i i LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Temporary Quarters.— Owing to the in- i undation of the lower part of the old water j works building, and the water being six inches or more in depth over the floor of tho pclice headquarters and city -.11. Chief Karcher, in accordance with approval by the City Trustees, is constructing several temporary celis on tbe second .or of the building, "in which to entertain the drunks aud peace-breakers until the dove ."hall bring in the olive leaf, showing tiiat the land is ! again i.i s...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 February 1881

M________________-__________________________-______________»»P-_-..i.i _.. ■_.. i—ia-... _-.__. DELINQUENT TAX LIST- DELINQUENT TAX LIST. j* FOR 1880-1. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SACRA- mer.to — ss. By virtue of and in accordance with the provisions of Sections 3,764 and 3,765 of the Political Code, I will Bell all tbe property, real and personal, hereinafter described and delinquent for State and County and other Taxes for the year 1830-1, in front of the Courthouse door, at the hour of 10 A. M. on Monday, the 2Sth day of February. A. D. ISSI. For gold coin 0' the United States, each piece or parcel so described for the amount of taxes thereto annexed, together with 5 per cent, and 50 cents on each lot, piece or tract of land separately assessed, and on each assessment of personal property addi- tional thereto, and accruing costs. COUNTY ROLL. No. I— Against Melchoir Adams and west 25 feet lota 9 and 10, block 10, in the town of Gait. State and county tax, $1 30; costs, 56 cen...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 February 1881

__DELjyQUEXT TAX LIST. TXlt, XX" X ***** la> " **» M ; Drainage -"tt^A'^'^^' .; total tax „!*,% ij 51 A '-?; ns ' R - C Craddock and the east half ;„ ifi '• a "'' l) ' Fol "-tesuth and Fifteenth streets, in the city of Sacramento, for taxes mi improve- menta aud personal property. State and county tax „.,; Dratmge District No. 1 tax, 17} cents"; costs, $1 18; total tax and costs, $1 90}! „- ' 835— Against J. H. Crone aad lots. F and G, J wenty filth and Tw< nty-rixth streets, in the city of aacramento, improrementa and persona, property, State and county tax, 87 47 ; Drainage District No. 1 tax 2:\ Cents ; -* 0 ""-*' 91 „-; tot tax and c * st *» **-* A_tf. Ho. 838— Against F. F. Dolan and the south quarter > 111, X and I -' ,: .'.rp, and Ninth streets, in tho city of aacramento, and improvements. Stale aud county tax, $7 15 ;' Drah.age District No. 1 tax, S*asf*****_« costs i 87 cents; total tax and costs, _ il. No. Against Edmund Dooley and lot 5, O and P, Sixteenth and Se...

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

GENERAL NEWS. ..... -r... ...... LAST SIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. MATTEES AT WASHINGTON. Amendment Suggested to the Immi gration Treaty. SURBEKDEE 01 MORE INDIANS. A Negro Horse-Thief Summarily Disposed of ln Texas. EARTHQUAK'S IN NEW YORK A".O PENNSYLVANIA Valuable Church Destroyed by Fire ln Massachusetts. MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS. Great Excitement ln Ireland Over the Arrest of Davitt. X l - *"y„ Ele ................ ..-Lte * •-•< -t-ir* DOMESTIC NEWS. The Chinese Treaties- An Amendment Suggested. Washington, February 4th.— Yesterday's National Republican printed an editorial, un derstood to have been written by George 0. Gorham, insisting that the Chinese immi gration treaty should be amended as the Bur lingame treaty was amended by the Senate in 18C8, by the addition of a clause expressly excluding Chinese from the privilege of naturalization. The writer argues that ''the most favored nation" is applicable not only to the rights and privileges accorded tosu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD- UNION. I»AILY I"MO\ MOOES— VOL. LIV- Ma. C3!3. DAILY Ki:tUIC!» BEKEES— YOL. XXII— If 0. *3i:. HALE BEOS. & CO. ||P~Tlie Height of Absurdity In th.B peculiar complaint of some that tney do not approve of our particular style of atatising, because we are TOO EGOTISTIC ! We are sorry that the composition of human nature does not permit of our being able to please everybody, and we bring the sub- ject forward, only to suggest a means by whi(h THE DISLIKE TO OUR ADVERTISING MAY BE OVERCOME. By " Egotism," we suppose is meant in this regard that we talk of ourselves too much, and are too ready to express the convic- tion that our prices demand public attention, WE PLEAD GUILTY To the change of persistently TALKING ABOUT OURSELVES, for we have great faith in the virtue of minding our own business, and deal- ing with it solely. If we don't talk aUont our business, who will ? And if we are convinced that our advantages are great, why should we hesitate to nay so?...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1881

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. DELINQUENT TAX LIST. FOR 1880 1. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SACRA mento ss. By virtue of and in accordance with the provisions of Sections 3,764, 3,765, 3,766 and 3,767 of the Political Code, 1 will sell all the property, real and persona], hereinafter described and delinquent for State and County and other Taxes for the year 18-0-1, in front of the Court- house door, at the hour of 10 A. M. on Tuesday! the Ist day or March, A. It. 1881, For gold coin o f the United State?, each piece or parcel so dcs ribed for the amount of taxes thereto annexed, together with 5 per cent, and 50 cents on each l.it, piece or tract of land separately assessed, and on each assessment of personal property addi- tional thereto, and accruing costs. COUNTY ROLL. No. — Against M- Ichoir Adams and west 23 feet lots 9 and 10, block 10, in the town of Gait. Sute and county tax, $1 30 ; costs, .'.', cents ; total tax and costs, SI 96. No. 2— Against Hartford Anderson and I its 3 and 5....

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

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. : .|3 32 ; costs, 91 cents ; total tax and costs, *9 23. No. 233 — Against uuknown owners and north half of northeast quarter section 32, township 8 north, range 8 east, containing SO acres. State and county tax, 94 16; costs, 71 cents ; total tax and costs, *4 87. No. 236— Against unknown owners and west half of southwest quarter section 30, township 8 north, range 9 east, containing 80 acres. State and county tax, $3 12; costs, 66 cents; total tax and costs, S3 78. No. Against unknown owners and northeast ■ quarter of southeast quarter section 6, township 9 north, range 8 east, containing 10 acres. State and county Ux, $1 56 ; Drainage District No. 1 tax, 6 cents ; costs, 56 cents ; tola! tax and coats, £2 20. No. 238— Against unknown owners and east half and northwest quarter ■! northwest quarter section 9, towiibhip 9 north, range 8 east, containing 120 acres. Sute ar.d inty tix, ■<■ 24 ; Drainage Dis- trict No. 1 tax. 24 cents'; costs, 82 cents ; total U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1881

THE kuLY RECORD-UNION. 380\1».1V.. i F.Bit i tin 7. 1881 Daily Meteorological Record— Signal Serv ice Cnlled M;it.> Army. Sacramento, February 6, 1881—8:02 p. U. IS it I Ibl Rf i £ if? ft "i ?_f "2L :Eg _l fa Olympia.. 29.09J4« ■'- S. 3 Gentle. .55 Clear Portland. 30. 04j47 96 N. W. 5 Gentle. .80 Fair RoßebureSo.(>7j?>o 89 S. 3 Gentle. .32 Cloudy Red Bluff. 30.11 55 SI N. E. 2 light Cloudy Sacram'to!3o.l4!M -7 .-. W. 4JGentle Cloudy ■3. FTan.J3o.:':;!s3 93l E. S Gentle .TT. Foggy •Visalia.. 30.17 ; 4« 92S.*E. 2 Light Clear «LAngel.|so.Ol|sl *-' X. Light.. Clear M»v Thar., 58. Mm. Ther., 49. River above low »-jut mark. 25 feet 2 inches. •4.02 A. M. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at :'.-: for Is of 1907; 1005 for 5s of 1881; 112 for 4 js ; averting, J4 S3@4 86 ; silver bare, in; 0m01b,98 7-16; 5 per rant. I la, 103J ; 4s, 116; 4;e, In San Frar.dsco halt" dollars re quoted at J dis count to par; Mexican dollars, SBJ@«>ic. At Liverpool...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1881

,THE DAILY RECORD-UN 103. MONDAY FKBKIARY 7, 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Taylor. Wanted— Situation, by a cook. For Tehama— Steamer Dana, Tuesday. A. O. F.— Capital Court to-night. Building and Loan Association, to-nieht. Exempt*, monthly meeting to-night. Business Advertisements. International Hotel— James Lansing. Land for Sale — Carl Strobel. Money Wanted on Realty— Carl Strobel. Pioneer I-.' rj Stable -T. D. a river. Sewer and Chimney Pipe— Hobby & Smith. J. A. Cunnii g!iam— lron Works. Creed Hajmocd— Aitornev-at-Law. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE BI7BES AJ.D DKAINAGE. Since the last report concerning the levees and rivers the situation has hourly crown mure favoraUe so tar as levee defenses are concerned. The American river has de clined rapid'.y, and from Burns' place to Brighton has, like a well-behaved river, re tired within its banks practically. Below that it 13 backed up by ths high stage of the Sacramento, but its fall Las nevertheless been gratifyingi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 February 1881

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. ]CO.YrrsPED fROM TUB THIRD PAOE.] ' '' ' '^'; oast, containing 372 acres. State and county tax, 910 40 ; Drainage District No. 1 tax, 40 cents ; costs, *1 04; total tax and costs, *11 »4. E. Dailey, mort- gagor. No. 698— Against Sacramento Bank and mortgage on east half aectios 11, township 7 north, range 5 cast, containing 320 acres. State and county tax, tin- Drainage District No. 1 tax, $1 ; costs, $185; total tax and MS, $2S 85. C. J. Hoy, mortgagor. No. 869— Against Sacramento Savings Bank and mortgage on • at . ball of west three-quarters of lot a, N and U, Mnth and Tenth streets, in the city of Sacramento. State and county tax, $1690; Drainage District No. ! t«x, 65 centf : costs, $1 S7 ; total lax and costs. 31S !)J. 1. W. Armstrong, mortgagor. No. 701— Against Sacrament o Savings bank and mortgage on lot 1 and west half of lot 2, G and H, Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, in the city of Sacramento, state and county tax, .Si;» ; Drainage District No. 1 ...

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

TIIE DAILY RECORD-UNION. PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. San Jose reports a case of varioloid. The Santa Monica hotel is to be reopened. San Bernardino is attacked with the mining fever. Mindocino county ia to spend $1,500 on the Navarro bridge. Uu3sian river cut oat a great deal of land during its recent rise. The injury at Fraoktown, Nevada, by the flood will reach §."0,000. The Yolo County Clerk issued twelve marriage certificates in January. Severe storms and great floods begin to be reported from Utah and Idaho. A prospector blew up one of the old smelting furnaces at Oroana, Nevada, re cently and got $5,000 or $6,000 worth of bullion out of the ruius. A tree has lately been cut by railroad loggers near 0 ym' ia, W. T., that was 112 feet without limbs, straight as an arrow and without knots or flaw». Luther Waggoner is now taking a census of all the D r !at portion of California so:." Francisco and on the ocean slope iC -t Itauge. •January'- reek, about fifteen Iville, Shasta county, .1. ...

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

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. fCOSTINCED FROM FIRST PAGE.] to catch one word, in all the argu ments of the Senator, touching upon any other point than that of retaining mining debris in the mountain. In bet, his whole argument amounts to this theory: That because an ii. taut when it is born is not a man it should therefore be immediately strangled; that is to say, because this Act has not accomplished all these results of stay ing '.be mountain debris, rectifying the river chan nels, diking the rivers, reclaiming the plains, it should therefore be instantly and immediately re pealed, although it is barely a few weeks since the initiatory steps were taken in that great measure of reclaiming the plains of California. The child has barely given its first cry of existence in this world, barely drawn its first breath, when we get the opp si tion of middle and southern California, and because the child instantly does not mount, into the giant and accomplish all that was intended of him, it must...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. ?.':«V« CHIOS BEBIES-YOI. LIT-Jfa. 9314. »A»T ECOKDb£XU!S-«O1.. Xlll-SO. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. -Icteti at t.~tc Post ufacc at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE ' Sacramento Publishing Company, "3, H. HHXS, General Manager. rablleatloß Office. Third *t., bet. J tad K. TO DAILY BECOBD-nnOir Upsbliihed ererydarof the we«k, Suodajs exoepted. for one rear $10 00 For nx months. , 8 00 rorthree months «..-. 3 00 Ten ooptei one rear, to one address « .90 00 Subscriber! serred by Carriers at TwixrrJtn dMTS per week. In all Interior cities and »wai the fap« o&a be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, m Ofrunen and Agents. Idrertlilns Bates In Dally Beeord-rolon. 3iu> Square, 1 time *J 00 one Square, 2 time*. J « One iiqavra, 3 tlmtw. ' gj| Each additional tlma. .......•••••■• "** lWeek. IWoeka. 1 Month H»U Suture, U t page KM P SO 15 00 Half Square. 3d pue » 50 f 00 8 00 Hall Riaire. Sd pa*» 00 j M 600 SaU Omare. tth pate >oo 800...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TEEBBAX • • ■'■ FEBBtAB 8. 1S»I Bail} .tlclcnroloßlCiil Kecortl— Slgcal SerT» Ice I'nlted Hales Army. Sacramexto, February 7, 1831—8:02 p. ss. _ sfi |s I iJgsi 8*? g is !la ;F& 5 *?J%_ 'll a ;s. Olympic . I. Portland. 2».»7i12 91 S. W. 4 Gentle. .01|Fog^y Uoieburs;2o.o4l42 S3 Calm.. .20|Clear Ked ßluff. 129. !*;< ! 53 8313. K. S.Kresh.. .33iC!ou'iy SacraiD'to'3i:>.«2;M 878, K. 12 Fresh.. .42 Cloudy , •o. Fran..i30.1:i55 Oti.S. VV. S GcnUe. .C2]Fogjfy •Vi3a1ia.. '30. 10:47 \>i\ W.I Light Fo™ fe -y «LAnitel.!29.oy,S3 SOitJ. W. B Kreah.. . . . . ]Clear Mix. Thfcr., 56. Mm. Ther.. 51. River above low water mark, 21 feet C inches. •4.02 a.m. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New Yurk yesterday Government bonds were la of 1907; IOCS fur 5s of 1881; 112 for 4*3 ; ttcrßog, ?< 88®l 96 ; silver bars, IUJ. Silver in London, 61 5-lOd ; consols, 9S 716 ; 5 per rent. United States bonds, 103J ; is, 110 ; 4Js, 115}. In San Franci=co hall dollars are quoted at i dis co...

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

TOE DAILY RECORD-UNION; TtESPAT.. FEBRIAKV 8, 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Taylor, the magician. Sacrainenta Royal Arch Chapter— To-ni^bt. Concord Lodge, F. and A. U.— to-night. British Mutual Benefit and Social Society— This ever:- . lira. Dr. Smith— Lecture to ladies to-day. Card of thanks— Howard Benevolent Association. Wanted —A situation by a woman., -^slne6s Advertisement^ Sale of watches, jewelry, etc.— A rare chance. Magnifyitg glasses at Fourth and X streets. 3. B. Klune— Watchmaker and jeweler. M. T. Brewer h Co. — Commission merchanu, etc Tony's Oyster and Cliop House. For gale— St. Louis Brewery. New all-rail ;;oois— Adams, ilcXeiil & Co. W. R. Stro:i? & Co.— Commission merchants, etc. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOAKD OF CITY TRUSTEES. The • ity Trustees bald its rcgn . it which all the members were present. George Ej Bates, John McXeill, E. K. At sip, John T. Carey, W. A. Koughton, A. S. Hopkins s.sd others of the Board of Trade apyeireJand present...

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

THE DAILY .RECORD-UNION. TCESI>A¥ :•••;•••• • FEBRUARY S. 1881 PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. Walla Walla, W. T., is soon to have gas works. Brass works have been established at Portland, Or. Lake view, Or., has two newspapers and 500 inhabitants. The Montana Penitentiary has fifty seven prisoners. Ten sea otter skins were recently sold at Gray's Harbor for $900. _ Coyotes are said to be committing sad ravages in Shasta county. Seattle, W. T., expects an enormously increased coal trade this year. It is expected that in 1881 the Utah and Northern Railway will be extended at least 100 miles. The Big Klamath lake, in Oregon, will be navigated by a flat-bcttomed steam boat this year. Snow is so heavy at Silver City, I. T. , that the roofs of houses are crushed in by its weight. Washington county, I. T., is 150 miles long, 100 miles broad, and contains 1,200 inhabitants. A largo acreage of tobacco will be planted in the Puyallup valley, W. T., during the coming season. Along Russian river the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD- UNION. daily r?nos secies -yoz. IIT-MO. 9313. UAiLY i.COKO SERIES -lULi XXII— SO. 431». THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Vtcrcdat the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WH. H. 511LL9, General Manager. •Publication Office, Third it* bet. J and B. THE DAILY IIECORD-CMOX fspobllaaed every day of tie week. Sundari eicopied for year (10 00 For ati months 5 00 Forthree months »•■■• 300 nc copies one year, to one address -.. 40 00 Sabocrlban eervsd by Carriers at TwciCTY-Pin Outs per wttt In all Interior cities and towns the R*er emu be Slid of the principal Periodical Deafen, inmen and Agent*. AdrertlilsK Rates in Dally Beeord-FnloiL. ©ne Square, 1 time *} 00 nee Square, I time*. 1 <5 One Square, 3 time* ••••• • JO bolt additional time. M '.:.-' • I Week. I Weeks. 1 Month Half Square. lit page $3 M »1M $S 00 Balf Scnare. 3d case J 50 00 8 00 Ball Square. 3d pa«« 100 460 800 Bali Square; «th pace 00 I 00 00 On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1881

THEDAILY ItECQRD : UNION. TFTEUStS >A 5. FEgKIARY 0." s.-Sl Bally actcaralostcal i::-cord-5!saal itr\ ice tiiiird Stales Army. Eacjuxk-MO, February 8, lt>Sl— P. M. Si it I mi If! iff I •i a fa P ■??=■§ IIS %" fa OlnnpliiW-SsiS 91 fa.'* Qentli. .07 Far Portland. hiO.OiUS 67 8. 4 Gentle. .... C car , K«sc-hunr'3o.lo!4o 91 E. 1 Ugit.. .... Clear BedEuS 2f1.E(i50 S3 N.W.16 Brisk . ruir SmrJtoaKWE 73' W. 10 | Fresh ....Clear *a. Fra-.iSO.OZ-rC KSiWillUcM ••■;■':,' rim ♦Vi_Jia..!3:).ol!iS 9S|& E. SGentlfl Cloudy •LAr.gfcl.::W.ol'su! SG;S. W. 4 Gentle, .... Fair . ?i.. ■ l i'i-r.,'Jl. Mm. Thcr., 51. Hirer above low water mark, 23 feet 10 inches. ■ •4.02 A. M. -?£ NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government '"la were i quoted at U2J lor 4s of 1307; 100} forosof 18811 112 for 4J»; sorting, $1 S3@4 SO ; silver ban, j HIJ. Bllver in Lcnlon,sl»; consols, '-; 11-10 ; 5 per j cct-t. United Slates bonds, 1O.",J ; is, 116; 41.5, l\ll In Sin rranci-:co half d >llars arc quoted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORDD NION. MCDXESSAY lEUEt'AKY 9. IBXI AEVESTISEMEK? It£STION. Metropolitan Theater -Taylor, the Magician. Wanted— A tituition as dressmaker. Entertainment — German school beneilt. fJacraxeklo Educational I::s*itn'.c. •: EsEircs3 \d7ertiser:entß S. Roth-— Pioneer Saddle and Harness Factory. Treaiont Hotel— h. Kua*!c, Proprietor. Good paiturage— Johu T. Cirdvrell. Ceniril Tacific BaOroad Hme able. City Market —I*. Him Phecnix Market— L. B. Touhuiitcr. Milwaukee beer at GruWei's Saloon. •';"): T. B. llcFarUnd— Attorney-it-Law. A Heymar. — Stemway & Son*' pi;uo9. INTELLIGENCE. BOA3D OF SUi ; SaVI3OR3. The Board of Supervisors met at 10 A. M. yesterday. Freest, Messrs. Drcmau, Blair, , Eutler, Christy antl Wi!non. A comumaicj'ioa was received frum A. Henley, subcontractor for the brick-work upon the Hall of Record*, requesting permit ston to u~e the oil brick from the McManus building fur inside work of the lower walls, as the higli witer at tlie It-yards lnWaah-'i ingt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. « ED.\ESI»AT. . FKBBCAR* 0. 1881 THE FLOOD. Continued Eeports of the Damage Sustained. [SPECIAL BY IKLEOKATH TO TUB RECORD-CNIOK.I Maktsville, February Bth.— lt is impossi ble yet to obtain any reliable report of losses by the late flood. Undoubtedly in many in dividual instances losses have occurred in the couuty, but none as yet are reported. Com munication is not yet open to the outlying district*. Probably 75 per cent, of Sutter county was under water to a greater or lesser ?xtent — something that has not occurred be fore siuca the foundation of the county. The prospective craps of half the county are probably ruined, as seeding had well nigh been completed, and the season ii now too far advanced for a second sowing. On the higher lands, where the water will run off quickly, crops may yet be raised, but in a majority of cases the seed is already de stroyed. There has been no loss of life re ported in either county, and but little live stock ii missing as ...

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