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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. b.'-.k.¥ rxic* strike --toi. LIT— HO. 9.11 C. 6AIII CfJUDstKii-A-tot.. Il»-iO. 13-.'li. ,FHE jDAILY RECORD-USIOA r . frlered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY TUB laoramßiito Publishing Company, n. H. MILLS, General Manager. raMJeatlen •nice, Third St., bet. J and B~ THE DAILY BECOSD-CSIOS II Elbliihed «TBt7 day of tts week, Sundays ezoeptei fi»oa»76»i ....|IO 00 tot six month*. « 00 forkhre? aoatha i.-.-i ' JJ; Via ccrJes one jrear, to one address •■• 30 00 ScbjerTbaia Kind h» Curlers at Twr:rrT-Frv» O»HTS C 7 week. In all Interior cities and towns the mr.*i cm be had of the principal Periodical Dealera. ■evenen sod AgonU. Advertising KJtUsLs Daily Beeord-rnion. One Square, 1 time «} <£ hat Bq-!ir;, a tuna*. \ '•> One Square, i time*. ' =" tacL id^iiloo*! time. M IWeek. » Weeks. 1 Month Half Senate, lit pace «3 50 S3 EC «5 00 Hi I Square, Sd page • 50 00 8 00 Rail t»ii&m,3Asft 3 00 «M 6 00 talf S.,u*rt,«hps...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 February 1881

THE MILYjECOBD-UyiON. TinilSMt- ■ ■■■■■■■t' t ' i ' !l ' > ' tV 10. ISSI Dally nete«ralagte-l Uecord-Sisn»nl eery flee inticd Kites Araiy. Sacramsxto, February 0, 1831— S:02 p. K. is i s 1 |1 1 I ill 111. S I 5 fs. ? ??fj '■ s.l a §5. o!rai"iJaT|»3.« 12 06 S. E. 2 l.ißht.. .CTL'train Pwllacd. 30.07 i-i S3 E. 1 Light.. .13Ooudy KbsObnrgiWJ^M S)l E. G Fresh.. .52 L train E^ißiutli3o.OH3 7O.N*.V.*.2L'?!it . .... Clear S°crara'to3o.W6l 85 JS*. W. SiFrcsn.. .01 Clear •a. Fran.. 30.10 4S 40 X.W.10 Fresh Ciear •V'isaiia.. 30.0!j43 IMB. Wi6 Frertii ....tear., ♦LArgelJaa.aiJM 7Sj W. 17 I Brisk |C«tr M.s Ther., W. lilin. Ther., 43. P.iver above iow water mirk, 23 feet 5 inches. •4.02 a. m. . Weather Probabilities. WA3rn.NQTOS, February 10th— Morning.— For Cali fornia : Clear or partly cloudy weather. ~.1';~~X NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yefctcrday Government boras were quoted at 112J for is of 1307; loof forSscf 1881 ; 112 for ils ; sterling, $i 83@4 86 ; salver bars, . Silver ia Lond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 February 1881

..THEJDAfL.Y_RECORD:UNIby; Tnvnv.AT FEBCIURY 10. ISSI ATTEETIfiSMEHT MEHTION. Metropolitan Theater-Taylor, the Sragidan. V Metropolitan Tlustor— • l«'s Mastodon Uin rtrelg. SiJC-r-mento Lrxige, F. anj A. M., to-nl-jM. Red C.'oud Tribe, Tmr/i! Order Bed Men, to-night. iAKt— A Cf kl Ktcldaec. Wanted, a Ibrtner— Carl StrobA Turn Virtin— Aunuillla-qKcraae E.JI. ; uctlon Sales. __^ __. I». J. SicrconH— Real Estate Sale. Saslns^i AavertlaeaioTits. Iluntiagics, Uopkiii3 & Co — "Eclipse" Fan Blower. ■'..'■--. Louis Lelpy — Importer and ilealer in Liquor, etc. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. As ExTExaifi Eobbeby Scheme Fbus- THATED.— Ab-rct two weeks ago a stranger, who givai taj name o! George Knight, came 1 1 the cl*-r. and bood a'terward3 made the ac quaintance of a blacksmith who works in town, and Whbra he nude his confident. He suggested their ■ration to make some extensive robberies in the city, and the black smith, nacysd John) fell in with tbe arrange ment. Knight wanted John to make Borne ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 February 1881

THE DAILY. RECORD-UNION. THIKSaAY...... .FEISUIAKY 10. I**l CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. ICONTISTEDFBOM FIRST PAGF..I port of San Francisco, was aUo passed— ayes 14, noes 30 ' , • . « B. 25, rel°a«in:; to Wm. Scholle and ins assigns certain lands in San Francisco, and authorizing the Governor to make conveyance thereof, was finally passed— ayes 18, noes 17. Bills on the first and second reading file were next considered : . , . „ A B 121, to amend an Act to organize and define the power* of the Board of lUilroad Commissioners, approved April 26, 1U50 ; and A. B. 27j, to arnuad Sect ons 537 and 53S of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to attachments, were passed on v.c. A B. 65, to amend Section 3233 of the Political Code and to provide that work upon the public buildings of Luis State, and of every city, county, and city and county, within this State, shall be done by day labor, and under the supervision of a Super inundi-nt, or officer havii.g charge of Oil fame (by Sir Jackson), v....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. ninv £"®* SKRrKS-TOI. LIY-SO. 9.11 7. DAILY ECOIID SEKIES-wOL. XIII-KO. 43«1. Ig|DAILY RECORD-UNION. talered at the Post a; Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE toamento Publishing Company. "a, H. HILLS, Central Slanager. •"wbUcatlen Office, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY 11EI OHD-rXIOS Si pnbliihed erery da; of the weak, Sundays exoopted. for one year 10 00 For month*. , 600 if or three months ,-.-, 300 ran oople* one je»r, to one address •-.. SO 00 Babocribers serr»d by Carriers at Tw¥»TT-Fi»« Cento per week. In all Interior cities and towns the Siper can he had of the principal Periodical Dealers, awucen and Agent*. LdYcrtlf lng Kates la Dolly Keeord-f'nlon. OnaSqoara, 1 time •} 00 one Rqaare, 3 time*.. .•••.■••.. *• * '" One S^are, 3 tunes. • .......•••••• • 3 BO laci additional time 50 lWeek. 3 Weeks. 1 Month ■all Square. Ist page *1 SO $3 60 $6 00 Half Square, Jdpaze 3 50 I 00 t 00 Half Sqnare, 3d page 3 00 4 60 6 00 Bali Square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 February 1881

Tilt;- DAILY ftECQBD-'UMON. | y:i • ,v .7. ~! ....... . (r EBUrAUY 11. ISSI Daily Jlotforologlral ileoorti— Signal serv ice Iniiei! Slates Army. Sac&aheato, February 10. 1551— 5:02 P. V. — r-g---^-^---— oj— ~a~~ 5= fa pa ? •?<!•§ '•: If ;a i£ Olympiad]: ■!... |----- •■•■- Portland.!.-... .- ... !.'. RoosbiirK ............ nedßlufil:.... .....}'■■■ iiiTim'to'w.lsUs SSS. E. KOeotle. .... Clear •A Fran.-!3').1.54S HSi V. r, tVesh jCifnr •yi*ilia..|3n.Cs'l3 BiS.W.-2'f.t-ht.. .:..:Fuir -LAugei.T^.OlUaj Wj W. 13 iFr-ah..!. .. .iC^ear Max. Thtr., 52. ifin. Ther.. 42. Itivcr above low satcr mark. 23 feet. J -4.C2A.K. ■ Wfsillter Frobalillillf. WlsHttßTOs, : Fobniary lllh— Moruir.j.-For Cali fornia: Clear or partly cioudy weather. THREE ORIGINAL STOEIES. During the coming year, pnd commencing De cember let, the WiStM Uxiox trill publirh three Prlic Stories of California. The first, pnb- I'CtfUm of tchick will commence in tlu first week cf December; wSI he entitled, " The Ventures and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 February 1881

SmAILYjRECeRD-oy] ™ PAT •• rEBBPACY 11. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater-Taylor, the Ma-Man. m-r,o°nr > .. 1 ' tC!Ure ~ ReMOns for Exposfa, Free- To Let— Handsomely Furnished taut of Boon . Ktd Jsck<t Trite, Imp. ■>. It. M., to-cisrht. vii?Ti ZC!ls> meeUl1 ?' next Monday evening, at Pa- Boys in Blue— Election of Ofikere to night. Sadness rdvertisemsats. R. t.evy, Wholesale Commission Merchant. Katk.na! Cold Bank— D. O. Jllis « Co. Welnstoek & Lubia-" .A charge." Art School r.ooj-wuiag— E. C. Btngaj. INTELLGENCE. 22A2D OF SUPESVISOBS. The Board of Suiter; iawd met at 10 a. M. yetsterchy. Present, Messrs. Eiiir, Bailey, BecMey asil Christy. <Ja moiii), A. Knightly, Overseer of Road District Su. ;!, was authorized to make re paiis t-> t:ie [highway leadirg from the American -river briiigi to the hi^h .nd. $ An application was made forth 9 use of the upper haii pi tho Pavilion for the purpose of . a 'citizens' misting, to be held next Monday, ' - an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, j FRIDAY FEBBIMBV 11. 1881 CONGRESSIONAL. ISPKIIL mtnaaOß TO HIE RECORD-fSIOX 1 i»en»t*. WiiunxoTOS, February 10th. — Pendleton, An thony and Bayaid were made a committee on in auguration. The Legislative Appropriation bill was referred. Some private pension bills were passed. The ratal Appropriation bill was taken up. Wallace null the Department is becuming rapUly self-sustaining. Since 1377, when the deficiency was *7,000,000 short, it had fallen to #1,500.000 thU year. Pugh moved an ameudment for - 1 ,000,000 to es tablish lines of American steamers. Ruled out. Mu\ev appealed, but without action the Senate adjourned. _ j _ HoUM-. WASiiiNfITOS, Februin- 10th.— The morning hour was dispensed with, and the call of States begun. A mini .ii of private bills were disposed of. On motion of Reagan, the House went into Com mittee of the Whole on the Bird and Harbor bill 15 to 29. Reagan instanced France, with a territory con siderably emalier than Texas, gave ten n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. I»AILY rMO> HERIF.ft— VOL. HV-Xo. 9318. I»AILY KEl'OltD ITaTfl T«I XXII- So. 4345. jHE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Altered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matte* PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. W.W. H. HILLS, General Manager. r*blje*tlon ©Me*, Third fit- bet. J and K. THE If AIL T BECOBD-OflO* v crat>l]*h*} ererjr d»y of t»« vrimk. Sunday! exoepted. foronsjear flO 00 Wot Ux month*. 5 00 #or three month* i 3 00 no ooplei one rear, to one t4dren - .. WOO Subtcrfben lerred far Curriers at Tw»!«TT-J?m OEKTS ga week. In all Interior ties and towns the Piper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealer* Bwnoen and Amenta. Advertising Bates la Daily Beeord-Fnlon. OneSqiuxe, I time 91 00 Sqa*re, 2 time*. 1 75 out- Square, 3 time* 1 50 tun additional tima. 90 17«et 1 Weeks. 1 Month Bait Ikaare, lit page (ISO (3 60 |5 00 Bl!i S.|u«e, M page 3 50 100 8 00 Half Square. 3d pag« a 00 lit 6 00 Bk!f Bqa&re, 4th pace 3 09 5 X 4 00 Vn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1881

AGRICULTURAL. - MATTER PREPARED SPECIALLY FOR THE "RECORD - UBION." Taxation of Growing Crops and Double ' Deterioration of Califor nia Wheat— Summer Fallow. . • Among the classes of property exempt from taxation by the Constitution growing crops ■ are included. We presume chat the principal consider»tion which induced the Convention to exempt growing crops from taxation was the uncertainty of the value of such crops. It is impossible for the Assessor, on the first day of March, to fix the value of any of the leading crops per acre, or to fix the value of any of the fruit crops, and any valuation at that time would be unfair and unjust. Hence it is very proper that all growing crops should be exempt from c sajent and taxation. But a new question has lately arisen in connection with this subject, in c lusequence of the large amount of wheat remaining in the hands of producers, and likely to still remain in such hands on the Ist of March next. This ques tion is as to when a crop cease...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1881

rwanTKN FOE THE RECORD UNION.] The Ventures and Adventures of Charlie Gould; A ROMANCE OF THE STOCK MARKET. BY EDWARD F. CAHILL. CHAPTER XIV. 11ICHLT I'EB.SONAL. We will leave our excited friends for a uhort while in the agonies of speculation, and go back to the morning after the Charkup ball to listen to the conversation of M rs. Harlay and Gertie Blake, concern ing recent events. "But," said Gertie, "I cant see the good of it. Xo good ever comes to any one from stirring up a scandal." " I was not looking for any good to come of it, ".said Mrs. llarlay; "I only wanted to touch him and his stuck-up daughter on the sore3t point. I think 1 have suc ceeded." "I suppose you have succeeded in wor rying them considerably, but I doubt if it pa>s in the long run." " If there is anything in the world that 1 hate, it ia to have the ' long run ' thrown in in}" la>;e. What do you or I know about the ' long run !' It is always safe to say so, for no one can tell how long thu run will be o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. BATIRDAY FEBRI IKY IS. Iksi Dally Meteorological Record— Signal Serf- Ice I mi •-•! Males Army. Sacramento, February 11, 1681-8:02 r. M. ill if I i l. a M i |1 ISo fc.s ■<?£§ ill; la - Olympia.. 30.17 40 111 N.I U^ht.. .14 Cloudy Portland. 30.22 88 72 S. W. S Light.. .50 Cloudy Rose bora 30.17 42 91 S. W. 1 Liirht. . .34 L't rain Red Bluff 30.27 49 75 S. 2 Light. Cloudy Bacnin'to3o 49 78 8. E. 4 Gentle Fair •3. Fran.. 30.25 « 78 S. E. 1 Light Cloudy •Visalia.. 30.25138 90S. E. 3 Gentle Clear •L Angel. 30.10 42 (56 X. W. 9|Fresh Clear ' Max. Ther., 55. Mm. Ther., 40. River above low water mark, 22 feet 9 inches. M.O2A.M. . THREE ORIGINAL STORIES. During the coming year, and commencing De cember Ist, the Wek-.lt U.nio.s will publish three Prize Stories of California. The first, pub lication of which trill commence in the first week of December, will be entitled, " The Venture* and Adventure* of Charlie GoxUd." JShil it on '»■ tensely interexting story nf the...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SATURDAY I'KKUI'.UCY 12. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolit m Theater— Mitic.ee and even:;:.-. British concert :>nd ball— Kehersa) to-murruw. A. O. U. W. Union Lodge, this evening Wanted- A Email cottage and barn. Wanted— By a woman, a situation. Business Advertisement!. Lindlev i Co— Key West cisrarn. A. J. Reimers & Co.— Cheap groceries. Jacob Arnold— Fresh meats, etc., of ail kind". Adams, McKeill i; Co., importers— Lowest prices. People's Store— Wet and damaged dry goods. Hi., Bros. & Co.— Splendid Hue of drees goods. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Commercial. — The steamer Flora departed yesterday for the Upper Sacramento with barge Gaineld, light. The Harriet passed from San Francisco to Upper Sacramento with barge Rosalind, both light. The San Joaquin No. 3, from up river, arrived with barge Bntte City loaded with grain ; all the steamer Harriet returned with hsrge H. C. Miller loi.led with grain. The steamer Dover which left here Tuesday afternoon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1881

SPEECH OF HON. G. L. JOHNSON. Delivered in ths State Senate Tuesday, February 8, 1381. The Senate having under consideration the bill to repeal an Act entitled an Act to promote drainage, Mr. Jonssos said : v V : ■ I propose, Mr. President, to comply with the re quest made by the Senator from the Thirteenth (Mr. fcnos) that I shall speak first upon this bill, so as to enable him to reply to what few feeble remarks I might make in reference to the matter. I also de sire to Ray that I trust the Senator from Marin wi'l not leave the Senate Chamber until he has heard a portion of my remarks, because he will undoubtedly be called upon to explain at least some matters to which 1 may call attention in this debate. Now, Mr. President, at the outset permit me to say that in the consideration of this bill, that in the votes I have given or shall give upon this measure, I occupy somewhat of a peculiar and abnormal position. As 1 said upon the floor of tbe Senate at the last session, in th« ope...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET REVIEW. [•taTOKTOD foe nn sacramrsto rkcord-pkioh.] Sas FaAKCisoo, February 11, 1881. The week has been marked by decided dullness, •wing to floods and interrupted communication. This dullness has been painful in some lines of trade and positive in all. Ships continue to arrive from deep waters. Charters for Wheat have been made as 72@755. Very little tonnage is now disengaged. la the domestic produce there are 00 ehauges of ipcci&l importance. GENERAI. if^CEAiVDISE. Baos and Isaooi.no — Tbcrt ii» nothios of special intr-reat to report under this head thi ■ wtxjsr. The ar rival of the 1 ritihh Coiuul from Calcutta i^ now awaited with fresh in'oicea. We ii te . v follows : Wheat Ba<m. 9avJ j for s:ot lots and 9J:n?;c for June J.'.irir. W<kil JSags. 4J«rS2; PoMittiOu^cles, Jo-O.'c apiece . Hoi Cloth, lJ(<'l4c ry.r.l Huead— The price list of the Calif< - ' Cracker Com;>any for lo i in oaeea, conta ' :. • 2j, 50 and 80 It* ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1881

GENERAL NEWS. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. OONTHTUED VIOLENT STORMS. Telegraphic Communication Interrupted and Trains Blockaded. GIGANTIC WATER SCHEME AT NEW YORK. Two Children Perish in a Blazing Farm house in Illinois. PASSEXCEBS COMING WEST BY KAIL. A Young Lady Student of a Michigan Med ical College Drowns Herself. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF FOREIGN NEWS Disastrous Defeat of the British Troops by the Boers. Etc Etc.. Etr. DOMESTIC NEWS. t" iiit:> V <•:•.! Iht >w»llrn Streams and •miwixiuiid Triiiu*. Omaha, February 11th. — A snow-storm, [■anied by a hiyh wind, has been pre vailing all day. The snow to-night is drifting very badly. The trains on most of the Ne braska roads are either laid up or stuck in the snow, and to-morrow the probability is that trains will have great difficulty in mov ins:. Trains ure moving slowly on the Union Pacific. New York, February 11th. — Ice is moving out of the huoijuehanna, llaritan and Dela ware rivers, and it is thought grea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY I MO\ miß-TwL UT— R«. SSI*. U.LILY KIKOKII »XXI r » » OL. Wll No. 13 5. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Vtered at the Pos: Office at Sacramento as second claw matter PUBLISHED BY THE iacramento Publishing Company. WH. H. MIIXS, General Manager, r*»Ue*tienOfflee, Third »t., bet. J and K. TBK DAILI' KF.< OHD-ISIOS bpabUaaad nor 4ay of thu ireei. Sun'lari axoeptwl for one year $10 00 Writ ttx month* 5 00 Port&ree months „.., 300 nncopifjooe fear, to one address. . 80 00 Ba»eriber« ftervo-d ri Carriers at TwrxTY-irro ©i.sts per week. In all Interior cities »o£ *<owns the Siper omj be had of the principal Piriolleiu Dealers, ewunen and Agc-nta. AdTerthlcs Ilat«» In Dally K«eord>Enlon. one Square, 1 time «1 00 ftne >;u»re. 3 time*. 1 7S Sd* Square. 3 time. 3 M Saeb additional tim*. 50 lWeek. IW-ih. 1 Month lali S.jiar», lit page...... »J SO *3 50 %t 00 L.? 3<i.i ire. iirwa 50 t 08 8 00 lail Sqoarb, 3d pa«s 3 30 iX 6 00 . Utf 3cjuare, ttßjiac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1881

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. ;■ DELINQUENT TAX LIST. FOR 1880 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SACRA mento— BB. By virtue of and in accordance with the provisions of Sectionß 3,764, 3,765, 3,766 and 3,767 of the Political Code, I will sell all the property, real and personal, hereinafter described and delinquent for State and County and other Taxes for the year ISsO-l, in front of the Court- house door, at the hour of 10 A. M. on Tuvsdaj, the l-l day of March. I A. D. 1881, For gold coin of the United States, each piece or parcel so des-ribed 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- thereto, and accruing costs. COUNTY SOLL. Ko. 1 : - Hartford Anderson and lots 3 and 5. bluclt 4», ill the lowuo' Folsom, improvements and personal, property. State and county uv, $4 29; Drainage District No. 1 tax, 16$ cents; costs, $1 21 ! total tax and costs, rl 66J. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1881

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. tax, $1 75 ; cost-s, ti 86 ; toul tax ani costs, $50 11. John Levitt, mortgagor. No. 550 Against i.'apiul Savings Bank and mort- gage on northea-t quarter section 14, township 3 north, range 5 east, containing 160 acres. Stite and county Ux, ag( ; Drainage District No. 1 tax, $2 50 ; costs, $3 87 ; total ux and costs, $71 37. John Roonev, mortgagor. No. 551— Against Capital Savings Bank and mort- gage on cast 59 acres of soutneast quarter and east 30 acres of nortneast quarter section 33, and west half of west half section 34, all in township 8 north, range 5 east, conUining 249 acres. SUte and county tax, slo 40; Drainage District No. 1 Ux, 40 cents; costs, HO4 ; toUl Ux and costs, $11 84. Alfred Briggs, mortgagor. No 553— Against Capital Saviags Bank and mort- gage on Swamp Land Survey No. 578, in section 10 north, range 3 east. conUining 559 acres. State and county Ux, £K> 05 ; Draiuage District No. 1 tax, $1 11} ; costs, 82 ; total tax and costs, $32 16J....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. movd ay. . . . : ....rEßiHimir 14, 18*1 Dally MeteorolOKtcal Becord-Blgnal Seir ice Tnltrd Males Army. Sacramento, February l3, lß3l—B:o2 P. H. — tn — s~-r~s c 9 g ~~z~ »il X I 0| & 3 ? a i I 35 §SS 5* 3 ||l| S«| | !• ;?a ? ?\?M '■ IS a is. Olympia.. 30.34 36 « N.I Light.. .14 Cioudy Portland. 30.35 SO 8! X. \V. 4 Gentle Clear Roseburß 30.35 74 Calm.... Fair lted Blufl 30.17 !50 79 S. W. 4 Gtntle. .14 Clear Sacram'to3o.l7|sl 93 X. 4 Gentle. .24 Clear •ji. Fran.. 80.16 tf3iS. E. 12 Fresh L't rain ♦Visalia.. 80.19|4« 74 S. E. 3 Gentle. Fair •LAngel. 30.171<5 76| E. 2 Light Clear Max. Ther., 54. Mm. Ther., 4S. River above low water mark. 22 feet 4 inches. •4.02 a. M. iV Weall"" ProbabllHles. K:'U. WASIIisaTOS, February 14th— Morning. —For Pa cific'coast : Fair weather. THREE ORIGINAL STORIES. During the oming year, and commencing De cember lot, the \Vr.K»LY Unios will jmblinh three Prize Storiee of California. The first, pub lication of which will commenc...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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