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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1881

THE DAILY _REC'ORP-US ION. HOXDAY... FKBBIABI 14. 18KI ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. O. E. .— Naomi Chapter— This «v«ning. Ancient Order of Foresters— Court Capitol to right. Sacramento Commandery — Meeting this after- Doon. Sacramento Literary Instituta- Third lecture. To let— A Beven-roi'in house on O street. Tehama Lodge, F. and A. M.— This afternoon. Imp. O. R. M.— Grand ball and reunion. Citizena of Sacramento— Meeting Thursday even ing. Postponement of erttaeM? meeting. Business Advertisements. Red House— Special sale of Hamburg, embroid eries. Wistefs Balsr.m of Wild 'Cherry. 11. H. Pierson, dentist, 415 J street. .lulius Strutz— Importer of wines, liquors, etc. 11. H. McWilliamg— Hope Iron Works. Ciipira! Ale Vaults— Bowers & Lungabawrh. A J. Vermilya, County Coroner and Undertaker, arriage manufacturers— Pike & Young. Cadwalader k Parsons — Union Insorance Corn >'■ Lumber Friend & Terry Lumber Company. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Wrosg Warbhocsx. — A singular mistake in...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1881

DEFERRED DEBATES. Spetch or Senator E. A. David. s The Senate havirg S. B. 27 under consideration on J February Bth, Mr. Davis 8l»ke as follows : _ , Mr President, when the Senate adjourned last evening, I had concluded that I would not offer anj remarks upon the pendmg bill. It teemed to try., that all had been said in opposition to it that COB jd well be said, and that it would be talking fgai jist time if I should attenif t to say anything in or p^ tion to it, as lam convinced it is to pass this oady. I!ut after considering the matter, it seems to r M that it is my duty to answer some remarks an j ggsei-. tious which 'have been made upon this no jr _aota duty that I owe so much to myself as to the people whom I represent directly. That, Mr., president, is my only apology for taking up wiy of th-j time of this Senate this morning. 1 will say h*re that 1 propose to oc-.-npy the atten tion of the Senate only for a few me .ments. It is needless for me to siy that the people that I im...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. COMMERCIAL. San Francisco Produce Market. Sah Fkahcuoo, February 12th— r. v. Flolr — The local demand continues (food. For expoit purposes t!ie inquiry is nami iial. Be»: City Kxtra, «1 -17} ; Bakers' Extra, (4 25 0 4 CO; Superfine, t3 50 q4; Interior Extra, $4,174 CO Ulterior Superfine, ci s'J.g3; Oregon Ex tra,' H'.a t S3 ; Oregon SuperSne, tl B083 : Walla W»'l« "■'■itra. 14 25@4 50 » bbl . Wiikat— Few yes-els now loading need any lar^e quantity to fill up their respective cargoes, and we m ii have to nvait the advent of another fleet before much activity will occur. Neither shippers nor B|>eoulators are huyiL^ largely on 'Change. Bui-i --uesa to-day was quiet. The absence of I.ivtrpool quotatlom was cited as a reason for the general anathv. S.ues include 4,000 ctls choice milling;, $1 :Hij ; 1,000 do Kood i.i i. J. S3 400 do to a Bhipper, tl 86; 1,000 do food milling, fl 33|; 10 do n-Oil ghippine, *1 30 ; 8,000 do fair dv, il i r , ; «00 do, off -,'rade...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1881

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. ICONTIXCED FROM FIRST PAGE.I p'.ing on every principle of truth and right. Why, sirs, I myself am becoming to believe that the gen tleman with whom I bad some words the other night on tMs subject was right when in answer to the question what I expected to fain by opposing the rich, and when 1 answered I hoped to bring the country back to the time when ability and honesty were the test a/id not the Hiinplc possession of wealth, and if 1 should fail then, when that great day comes, which comes to us all, I could go to meet my God, knowing that no act of mine had made the lot of the toilers any harder than it is ; and, sir, he answered that there was no God but money ; and, sir, I believe tnat there is some who believo in that so strongly that they have erected a shrine in their hearts of a $20 --piece, and every morn and night they say the fol lowing prayer': " Oh, thou all-powerful God, thou kuowest what abject slaves of thine we are. For thee we make prostitu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 February 1881

SACRAMENT O DAILY RECORD-UNION. DiILT tJIOJ BE-;rES-VOL. HT-lfO. 93?0. OAJLYBECOKDdKIUES-YOLi 1111-S9. 13. -I, jHE DAILY RECORD-UNION. fcttredatthe Pott Office at Sacramento as second class natter PUBLISHED BY THE lacnmsnto Publishing Company. wa. H. HOU, General Manager. t*«Mleatlra Offlee, Third it., bet. J mod K. THE DAILY EE< OCD-I JTIOH ttpnMfahad mtrdifot tke week, SoiuUri exoepted. for one rear flO 00 for ill month*. '. 6 00 Pot three months .-.-• 300 «n oopiM on* feu, to one address -• 60 00 Subscribers KTred b» Csxrlers at Tw»nTT-Frro Oskts per ireek. In all interior dtlea and tewna tbe S.p«r can be had of the principal Periodical Dealer*. •wimen and Ajrenta. AdTert i.iDg Bate* lm Dallj Beeord-dUon. One Square, 1 time fl 00 E Square, 2 times. 175 one Bqtwre, 3 times. •,..••■...••••■••••••••>• 2 X fe&ch additional Uma. SO IWeet » Week*. 1 Month Half Scrnare, lirt page $5 60 (SCO $i 00 Bill Square, Id page S M (00 8 00 lalf Square, 3d page t 00 t SO t 00 Half Sqoare...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 February 1881

THE ILY RECOED-PNIM. TIZsiiAY... RBISIMf 13. 18*1 Dally Meleorolostcal JtecorU— Mgiml Serr lc« Tiilled ilatfCS Arrar- SACBA«K.vto, February 14, 18=11—8:02 P. v. ill Js I 111! HI | If Ifa Pg. P ? ?££_ _?J _f 1° Olympia.. 30.12 33 30 Calm.. .... Fair Fi.rtland.j3o.lC29 62 E. 8 Fresh Fair Rusebur?. 3o. oo,4o 86| C»tal Cloudy Kißluif.l3o.o2 50 7; N. W. 1 Light Clear Si.--anj'to'3o.o7 &0 72 N. 4 Gentle. . . . . Cli'ar •i. Fran.. 30.17 51 £0| N. 4 Gent It. .... Clear •VisaJia..lßo.oS ! sl 9o;N. W.4|i;eaUe Fo-gy •L An^cl.j3o.o4p2| 7tfjX. E. B|Freah q.>uily JUx. Tbcr., ■-. Mm. Thcr., 40. River above low water mark, 22 feet 2 inche3. _* 4.02 a.^_ - Wralber ! > ioii.i!>ill(i . ■«. WisnisoTOX, February 15th— Morning.— Indica tion! for California: Fair weather. NEWS OF THE MORNING. I ] Government bonds were at 113 for 43 of 1907; 100] for 5s of ISSI . i^-: sterling, *4 83@4 80; silver Lars, uab, )* IS 16; 5 i>cr I States traada, 108|; '■*, LI6J; 41s, Tn San Francisco half dollar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TKESRAY... FEBEBAKV 15. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Hooley's Minstrels to riglii. Royal .Arch Chapter No. 3- To-night. F. arid A. M., Sacramentc Lodife No. 40—To night. Sacramento Literary Institute readings to-night. Exhtbitidn drill, Oakland Guard, Saturday. Committee anti-hydraulic.meeting—T oday, i-o?t— a graj horse-blanktt. Saslnes3 Ad.vcrtlseEien.ta. "Whitiitr, Fuller k Co., Orlcsng building. in, grocer. CotU,n ■ecd, McAfee Bros., San Francisco. Helvetia House, Fifth street, Sacramento. New EJirion niarkit, Twelfth and J utn:cti--. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Cm Boabd of Ki.' ■ ation.— Ti;e City Board cf Education n.et ia special session last evtDiog. PreseEt— Tracy, Lord, Butler, D mer, Herzog, Stalker, Wu rneyer ar.J Landes. Walks were reported built in various school lots. The Building Committee reported that the best bid trjade for tli-e School lot, I and .T, Fourth and Fifth streets, to te ■ . 'HJO. The committee was direct) l to acce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 February 1881

THE DAILY IiEC'OIiIH ! NION T . TIESDAT FEBBI'AK¥ 15, iSBI CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. (CO^nNUEI) FROM FIBST PAGE-1 mote drainage under this debris Act. I Bay, let us strauL-'.e this infant before it (,'ets old enough to draw another breath. Lot us put it at rest under the Bear-river dam, where its muddy waters will sinv its requiem and the willows will grow ".vtr its remains and remain a monument of the folly of the State Knsin.tr and of our own folly, iv placing upon the statute hooks the bill under which tln-¥c dams have been constructed. That hmv Judgment. I believe the people residinz In these "valleys and the miners in the mountains will be better off. Let matters remain undisturbed until this system of dikintr the river bank^and carrying tlic debris into the bay, and so on into the ocean, is adopted, and this c)ue;tion settled to the satisfaction of all concerned. We have it from the reports of these engine rs that to carry this debris down into the bay of San Francisco will not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1881

•>-»?.* fUnwi REHrFf»-TOL. LIV— MB. »AI!T RECORD »i.tUEB-VOL< XXII— Ww. «3«5. IgE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ateredat the Post Offi ce at Sacramento as second ila&s mattes PUBLISHED BY THK laammento Publishing Company, TTK. n. HILLS, General Manager, rvullestlon O£Bee, Third It* Ik t . J mud X. THE SUIT KECOUD-OTIOH •m ptblUbetl erenr dvoltse w<wk. Sundays exeepied. r«on« rev «woo or itz moiitiu. '•• 00 rcrtbrw montta t-.-> 300 vm eo;ies one ye«i, to one mddren - .30 00 Snbtorlbcri tcnti b» Cwrten at Tw j.vu-JTiv* Cr*Tß per week. In all Interior dt!e» and *own» the «po> can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, ■vwimen and Ajpenti. Adrertliliis Bmtci la Dallr Eeeoril-lnlon. 9neS<iiure. I time • fl 00 Sue B'iu*r«, 2 time*. . 1 75 Oe^ Square, 5 time*. ••■•• 3 GO boh additional time M lWeek. IWeeka. 1 Month Rtil B<raar9, lit page «2 B0 «3 M «5 00 fa'f *;u»re *1 paje 3 60 6 0S 8 00 Calf Square, 3d ps«e 3 00 • 60 8 00 [a!f Bqaare, «th page 100 100 I 00 >ne Squa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1881

■ ILY RECORD-USION. V F.ll\eßf>tY— ■■■■■ FEKgrAttV 16. 18*1 DiiUy Meteorological Uecord— Signal Serr lee Snlfctl Mataa Army. EArKAMKNTO, Febrnary 15, — 8:02 P. M. it ili ||i| 2*. S if i? a J?c I f ?- £ l" ;if a- sa Olympiad 29 021 38 OS| N. 5 Cent V . . .. Fair Portlind. 29.W2S 61 E. 11 Fresh ... Lt.snow R.-*ebur" ta.S* 40 91 S, W.I Light. .17 Ulondy lied Bluff !-.».&S 47 85 5. E. 9 Fresh.. .23 Lt. rain tAcram'U. 20.32 50 SC S. i:. 10 Fresh.. -« C oudy »i Kran .30.01 51 83 5. W. 2 Lurlit Cloudy •Vtaalia.. 30.03 47 Si N T . E. 8 Fn»n CkM »LAngel.ißo.o6]4.t| 87 S. 2 tiigni Clear Mix. Tber., r>3. Mm. Thcr.. 44. River above low water mark, 2! feet 10 inche3. * 4.02 a.^m^ — P Weather Prob.iblliUc*>. WAamsaioif, February Morning tndica tions for V!ic Pacific coa^t : Partly cloudy, vi» ! i oc casional ruins. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York j<«terday Government bonds were quoted st 113 for 4a of 1%7 ; 100 J for 5s of 18S1 ; Ili!_ for 4J, ; sterling, $4 84@4 t>7 ; eilver ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1881

jjAILYjIECORD-UNION. ygPXESOAT.. ...... FEBRUARY 16. 1««1 ADTE2TISEMENT MENTION. Theater— lJooley, Morton & Ilomcr's Minstrels. Wanted— An apprentice girl-dress making. Lost-A distillery book. Union Lodgo^F. and A. M.. to-night. Wanted— A good! salesmin. Anti-Hydraulic Mining Committee's Address. Auction Sales. Bell & Co.— S*le of Silooaand Coffee .Stand. r;u~ia?:s Advertisements. Cajii' Colonnade, 1017 Tenth street— John Hector. Oysters in Perfection— At Shears'. lir.-i. Brewer k South worth— Dentist', Seventh and J streets. Carle & CroW— Contractors and Builders. State Housa— Ttnth and X— II. Eldrcd, proprietor. Black Diamond Coal and .Screenings. Simm Nabob Whiskies, Adams, McNcill Co. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ! .. , Statb. — The following amounts Juve been recently paid to the Stats by the Treasurers of the various coun ties in their quarterly settlement with the Staff ■ . Alan ■ ■■:-.>, $257,901 1G ; _. 22 : Alpine, 82,382 38 ; Butte, S*I,CCO 04 : Colusa, $102,558 30 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1881

THEJDAILY_R_ECORD-UNIOy. ! WEDNESDAY... ■•■■..■FEBRITAIU IC. 1881 COMMERCIAL. San Francisco Produce Market - StS Krasouioo, February 15th—1 r. v. FiJji'K— Small purchases arc reported for the Hawaiian Islands. There is also a moderate inquiry for Central American trade. F-est City Extra, *4 87J ; Bakers' Extra, ti 2."mj4 £0; Superfine, |3 6034; I Interior Extra, Si(?4 E0; Interior Superfine, 12 .'0 j @3; Orezoa Extra, $45? i 25; Oregon Saperine, I IP f033 ; Walla WiiUa Extra, »4 25(-t4 10 S bbl. Wiikat— Tbe market strengthens slowly. The offerings continue light, and buyers are mure will in;.' to pay our top rate for suitable parcels. Within twenty-four hours several ltrje vessels have arrived, for which cargoes will be required in a very short time. Further accerßions of tonnage in the near future may reasonably be- expected, when a marked impetus will be given to business. There is no par ticular buoyancy to the situation, though holders generally feel more encouraged than they di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. BisXT tTXIOX SF"SE» -VOL. HY— 9.TJ}. DAIiY BSCORDSEKIES-TOlii EAU— 1.i.-G. DAILY RECORD-UXIOy. ntcredathcPost ofiite at Sacramento £s second class mattes PUBLISHED BT THE iacramento Publishing Company, WM. M. IHII.rS, General Hanager. *T>UUeatlon Office, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KECOSB-l XIOS bpabmiad every 4»joi the week, Sandayi exoepted. Poion*jre« flO 00 for aii months. 8 00 rorthree monthi ...... 3 00 s*n copies on» re»i, to one address •>.. 90 00 ftnbicritHiri aemd b» Carrier* at T-srirrr-Fro tan pet week. In all Interior dtiee and towns Uis K>n ecu be had of the prlnolpal Periodical Dealers. wimen and Asonta. AdTertUlxg Bate* 1> Dally Keeord-rnlon. •ne Square, 1 time .„ l» 00 ficsßqoari, 1 times. ... 1 <5 pn« S-Toara, 3 times.. ..**• ............ • 60 Cash additional time. ~ 80 l%tek. 1 Weeks. 1 Month gall Bauare, liit pace *S SO »J 50 »5 00 BL'f S-juare idpage 3 60 100 8 00 fail Square; 3d page 3 00 «M 8 00 Half B>iu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 February 1881

THE DAILY RECOBD-USIOK. IUiKSDAT FEBKt'AKY It. IBSI DaUj Mclcorological Kecord-Slgnal Sery i.-e I'Dtlcd late* Army. SACIUMSSTO, February 16. 1831-8:02 P.M. : =- -■i-T-fT '^Hs a~ «~ » 5 N s t I lli| P.fl I I s OKro^aT'3ul3ia4 «N.B. 2 Light. ..... Clear frrtlind.bO.lSSS 7!) S. E. 4 Cent p. .OS C ear BwStawßO 15h>8 86 N. W. 4 Gentle. 16jLt. rain SM«L 85 S. 1 Light.. . 44 Clear fejam'to'sOMSl Sfi N. 4 QjoOe. UM Fair •V Fran.. 25.^52 89 S. E. f» Fresh Lt. rain •Visalia..b.!>lU< 8J S. E. 3 Gentle Cloudy «r.^HM.U^2JoL_.....|toln' Lt - ram iT« Ther., 57. Mm. Ther., 46. Kiver above low water mirk, 22 feet. ♦4.02 A. M. ———====■ NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 113 tor 4a of 1907; 100} for 53 i 1881; 1121 for Us; sterling, ii B.":}@4 bCJ ; (Over bars, 11-JJ. jP-^V-i-tr, Silver ir. Lundon, 62<i ; consols, »',; 5 per cent. United States bond*, 108| ; 4s, 116; 445, lUS. In Sa Franci3co half dollars are quoted at J dig cour . to par Mexican dol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 February 1881

THE_DAILjJRECORD-UNION. TIUKSBAir VEBKtAKY 17. 18*1 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Theattr— Hoo'.ev, Morton and Homer's Minstrels. Memorial of anti-Hydranlic Mining Association. Pioneers— Meeting this afternoon: Walballa Grove, K. A. O. D., this afternoon. California Lodge, K. cf il., this afternoon. Bed Jacket Tribe, Imp. O. K. M., to day. Anti-Hydraulic Mining Committee, this afternoon. BritUl Social Society— Concert" and ball. Auction Sale. Bell i Co.— Sale of saloon and coffec-suiwl to day. _ Easiness Advertigex; Hare & Moid, ilentUts, 605 J street. Star linis and Malt FOJC Carl Strobcl— s6,ooo wanted on trood seeuritj. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Perilous Position.— Yesterday morn icgfour pspsecgers with their ba^gace started out from Washitgton for Duviaville in one of the whi .■:! boats being run across that wa.ste of water by Spurgeon & Co., the boat being rowed by two men. They had gone but a few i.Jncrcd yards when the boat came into a swift current which rues through the first ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 February 1881

THE DAILY RECOBD-b'KION. TIIIEtS»AY FEBBIAKV IT. 1881 PACIFIC COAST. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD , UKION. I CALIFORNIA. The Wealher. San Francisco, February likh. — It rained ] by fits and starts here to-day, but cleared off in the afternoon, and this evening is pleapant. f It also rained heavily to-day at Stocktcn, , Merced, Plepauton, Los Angeles, San Jose , and other points. Eleventh Juror ScenrcU-Eleyrlc Match. < San Francisco, February 10th.— The I eleventh juror has been secured in the Kal loch case. The six-day bicycle match started to-f>.ay, with three male and three femala itavteia. Bennett ta handicapped 100 miles, and Lizzie U.tymer 50 miles. A Tramp Lokch Both Lee". Tblckee, February 16th. — A tramp was put fff the west-bound overland passenger at Boca this evening, and was trying to get on one o.f the brake beams, wheu the train started up and ran over Iwth of his legs, and cut them iff just above the ankles. Ha was brought to Truckee. He will not yive hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. OillT FJHOS »r,PtE»-TOL. MV-HO. M». UAIZ.¥K£IOBDSEKI£S-ri»l.. Mil— SO. 4327. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. «UCTcd a-, 'je Poa Office at Sacramento as secon J dass niattn PUBLISHED BY TUB laoramento PnMsMng Company, WH. H. SLTUB, General Manager. l»ablleatWn Offlc«, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DiUT OED-IMO* U imMlihM trttj day at tae we«k. Bund»n exoepted. gorocp»e« • (10 00 For alx months. 6 00 Torthree month! „-.•. 300 *»n ooplea one year, tooneaddreas .<-.. 80 00 Bat»criben aemd br Curlvi at TwcirTY-Frrs ©»kt-: i-r week. In all Interior dtie« and towni the Mtper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. aran<m and AsenU. AdTertiilsK Ratei In Dally Kecord-rnlon. Onaßqnan. 1 time |1 00 fiae S.iuiie, S timoi. 1 "* One Hqiuro, ! timea. >» additional tlm*. H lWeek. Weeks. 1 Month Half B-inaM,, lrt page O » PM V 00 UJ Square, 3d pace 3 50 00 00 lalf Bqnare.3dpa*e 00 * SO 6 00 Half Square. 4th pace 00 3 00 t 00 >ne Bqnare, lit page. 3 60 100 TO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 February 1881

THE DAILY BECOED-PMQN. |;stv FEBBL'AKV 18. 1881 Bally Jieleoroloslcol Uecord-Rlßnal Scry ice Fnllrd iHalrg Army. Sacramento, February 17, 1831-8:02 p. M. '■ g ts-idh si' ■ 5 ''9 s 1 2~ m ft | mi p.ii ■ P ■ : ¥2. . ? s. - 3 f)?£l :II i 52, Oivmpia.. 30.15 36 B5 S. 2 Light.. .... CloHdy Portland. 30.25 35 65 5. E. 2 Ugbt C ear Rosebursr3o.26!4l 8 W. 3 Gentle Cloudy Red Bluff i 3O. 14 52 83 S. 2 Lisht Hazy Sacram'to 30.17 5 Sv! S. 6 Fresh Cloudy *3 Fran.. 30.07 50 89 S. W. 2 Light Clear *V"isalia .30.00 49 89 E. 3 Gentle Cloudy •LAngel. |80.02|46 98| Calm Fair Mix Th'er., 57. Jlin. Ther., 45. River above low water mark, 21 ft., 10 in. -■-.■• ■•4.02 A. m. ■ ' ■■-•■-'•■-'-? NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York ycst.-nlay Government bonds were quoted at 113 for 4s of 1907; 100j for 5s of 1SS1; 112| for 4J3; surliugr, H 84@4 fcOJ ; silver bars, U2f. Silver in London, 52310 d ; consols, 9J 5 16 ; 5 per cent. United Slates bonds, 1032; 48, 11.':; 4U, 1141. ] In San Francisco naif dollars are quo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FK10AY............:...FE8H1LiKY 18, 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Theater— Hooky, Morton ft Homer's Minstrels. Sheriff's Sale— Beatty vs. Vt'rn. Hankie. Contract to Let— B.oCo cordi ot stove-wood. Grand drill at Pavilion Saturday ni^-lit. The Last Sr ike— Hill's great painti:,.-. Order of Sale— Estate of Ch.\rks Kidder. Informifon Wanted— belnnsjinj: to L'aley. Postponement of masquerade ball. Company G, First Artillery— Assembly this even ins;. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. New State Nokmal School Building.— State Superintc-Ddent F. M. Campbell, who has recently returned from San Jose, report? that the State Normal School building will be completed and ready for occupancy by the atter part of April or first of May next. It will be considerable lar-erthan the old build ing, and much more commodious. The former buildir.--. which was a wood structure, cost nearly §300,000, whereas the preent one, which is of brick, will be completed for lf>a than 5150.000. Of this amoun...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UXION. ritlSAV...'.. ...:.... '..FESBVAJKY 18. 1881 PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. The Ogden, Utah, Junction is dead. Tiiere are eighteen artesian wells in Aus tin, Nev. Stock is dying fast in the Petrolia re gion, Hum'.-.oldt county. Four men were killed January 20th by a fsow slide at Belli Idaho. Red Bluff is driving out hoodlums and fining immoral characters of that burg. A shoemaker's shop has been added to the Indian school at Forest Grove, Or. Dr. Cole, of Calapoo'.a, Or., had |300 worth of goats .killed by dogs recently. Six persons were baptized in I)airy creek, near Hillsboro, Or. , the 23d of January. Lodi is proud of a 5-year-old boy who speaks both English and Spanish fluently. Diphtheria has disappeared from Rose burg, Or. Three cases and one " death made up the record. A stage-driver was eleven hours lately in going from Itock Point to Grant Pass, Or., a distance of fifteen miles. Careen, Nev., has a man who can speaK live dialectß of the Chinese language. It t...

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