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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY IXIOV Sr.KIKS— VOL. LIV \o. HH. IIAILY REtOBB SKKIKS XVII-\o. ISIS. DAILY UKCORD-UIS T IOIS T . Vwcred the Post Office at Sacramento as second class w:.:-r_r PfOBUSUED BY THE tacramento ' PublisMng Company. W«. H. MIULB, Cieneral namirr. ' **a>Meatloa oa«, Third at., bet. J >u<l K. TBS DAILY KKrOB»-nfl<>W I (■ pablbhad arery ur of tho weak. Sundays exc«i>>ed. (oiooeyeax $19 00 otriimoi-ihi. 5 00 orthro* month* ... , 300 3»n ooplea one rear, to one addreu . SO 00 Snbscrfbert «er»»<i 6y Curriers at Twibtt-Fiti OtiTS per w»l Iv all iu'-srior dtiea and 'oral the Siper ".an be fc&d of the principal Perlodic&j Ds&len, ewimen aai Ajcents. ldvr>rti«Jn£ anted In Dally Ker.ord-rn.lou. 3quars. 1 time 81 OC An* Square, 1 time*. 1 Vi One 8-.|iiar. . 3 times. I 50 Xaeh additlcaAi time.. •«..•••••••• 50 IWhL JWneka 1 Month gall Bqaare, in pag« $2 60 *3 60 t5 00 Hm/ .4<pare, 3d page 3 60 100 800 Half H^are. 3d pige 5 00 ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 February 1881

AGRICULTURAL. MATTER PREPARED SPECIALLY FOR THE " RECORD - USION." Going to the Foothills— Statistics and Im migration—Antidotes for Scale Bugs. We hear of a number of families, who have been repeatedly flooded out on the Sacra mento and other river bottoms, who contem plate the securing of locations for homes in the foothills. This is a good determination. One thing they will then be sure of— that the flood will not submerge them and carry away all their property, acd cover up their soil with sand and slickens every few years. They will not have quite as lich land to cul tiwite, but they will be able to get on to their land the year round without boats, and they will not be to the expense of keeping both boats and wagons to go to market in — one for use in the winter and the other in the summer — as all the farmers on tha Sacramento have been obliged to do for years back. They may not be able to raise quite as many pota toes, or as much corn and pumpkins or other product?, to the a...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 February 1881

1 [WRITTEN FOR THE RECORDUNIOS.I The Ventures and Adventures of Charlie Gould; A ROMANCE OF THE STOCK HABKET. BY EDWARD F. OAH ILL* CHAPTER XVI. IIli: BISTORT OF A "BOOM" OOHTHTUBD. We will now turn once more to the tur moil of the street. We left Charlie (.ould oscillating between hope and fear, with the Lone Jack stock quoted at 143. It con tinued about this figure, more or less, for a coupk- <.f wee! B. and " the boom" was vis ibly v . At thia conjuncture it was announced that the number of shares of the M be increased to 100,000, rind 1 ; that this would be sure to set :ug again. He remarkeel to < I ho small speculators would all pile in, end that everything v.wuld be lovely. Nevertheless, the rumor — for as yet i: QR more — did not seem to help : took gradually dropped to 137 was even whispered that large i;Joeks of it were being unloaded on the sti ' • lish could not account for it, bu '.his dodge of watering the (■en tried once too often. The • i manly enough to sus pec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. KITIRDAY FEBBUAKY 19. 1881 Dally ncteorolosleal Uccord-Slsnal Berr* lee Fnlted Slate* Army. Sacrajiksto, February 13, 1881—8:02 p. v. is nan 5 q ~_> jf i is. F.s, ■ ??f% :If a Is. Olympia.. 80.19 87 S. 5 Gentle. .09>'air Portland. 30.28 38 91 N. W.I Lieht.. .la Cloudy Rose bunr 30.28 4t> 85 Calm Clear Bed Bluff. 30.23 54 SO Calm Clear Sacram'to 30.20 53 86 N. 3 Gentle Clear •fl. Fran.. 30.21 IS 85 s. 1 | Light Clear Visalia. . SO. IS 4« 92 SW. 2 Liirht .1 . : . . Cloudy *L Angel. ISOI4 49 853. W. SJFreah ... Cloudy iiax. Thcr., 57. Mm. Ther.. 45. River above low water mark. 21 ft., •' in. *4.02 a. M^ — — — -——-—" THE REASONS Kor dedirroc the WmsaA Union the best family paper try ■ : . .. us. It is the only weekly paper ■void) is issued in two parts, and carries to its read ers the news oi the day twice a week. By this means tl -„ tin- mass of readers in the country nearly as fresh as if gleaned from a iljily paper. It is the only sixteen-page weekly ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SITUKPAY FEBKEAKV 19. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Theater (Hooley Tioupe)— Matinee to-day ; per formance to-night. A. O. D. W.— Union Lodge to-night. Pioneers' aocial — This eveninar- Excursion to Oakland— February 22d. Auction Sales. D. J. Simmons— Elegant furniture, etc. Bell & Co.— This evening, at salesroom ; oil paint ings, cte. Sherburn k Smith— 10:30 a. m. to-day, at ■ ■ • Business Advertisements. Hale Bros, ft Som» facts. Carl Strobel— J3o.ooo ; first-class hotel Osbora & . '..-r— Bieycles and tools. Adam?, McNeill i, Co.— Price's Baking Powder. California Suear iny— Vm. Guttenberger. The People's Store— For this wees only. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. :he joint convention. ;te and Assembly met in joint convti. erdaj at 12 o'clock M. in the er for the election of a Board of State Library Trus'.ees, to hold of fice for a term of four years. President • .ker I'arlcs presided. The roll of each iiouse was called, and a - 1 to be present. The concurrent lut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. COW'S TEETH. Appalling Ignorance Stalking Through the Land. I Peck's Milwaukee Sun.) A couple of Third-ward citizens met each other on the Bidewalk last Monday morn ing as they were starting for their places of business, and one of them, who resides on Van Buren street, asked the other, a Jackson street man, if cows had any front teeth on their upper jaw. The Jackson street man was a little astonished at the question, as there had been nothing said about cows, but replied promptly : " Why, of course they have front teeth on their upper jaw ; how could they bite off grass if they hadn't ? " The Van Buren street man said it was not a question of logic, but a question of fact ; and if the Jackson street man did not know whether cows had front teeth on their upper jaw or not he ouyht to say so. "I did not ask you tor your opinion," he he said : " I asked if you knew." The Jackson-street man was a little net tled at this, and replied with a some warmth. He said if...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 February 1881

SAN FMNCISCO IAEKET REVIEW. (RIPORTSD ?0R in SACRAMF..NTO RBCORD-DXIOS] Bas Francisco, February 17, 1881. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Bifn and B aama -Ttwazzhalaf the Palawan from Ca'cutu last evening was rather of •* but r>-- She has a futl ergo ■ f Bag* »nd Ua:g ng. The P.ritish Consul oush to be hero soon, as she left tire days ahe'd of the Palawan. The vi rket is easy at Siipi'Jc for spot goods ; Wool Bag*, 45ii?46e for 3J lb . oods and 4Saa2c for 4 tt> gc da ; P tato Gunnies, 1 J(<<l4c for in- T*»ic» lota, thou.-h jdibin.' at iS'i'-^'c apiece; Hep Cloth, linHc; burlap Cloth. 8o *> yard. Urick— En Ush lii'h, 65c ® duzen ; Kngliah Fire. }'- from litst handj ; California boUdiiig deacrip .i >r:8. SS 10 to -1 ! t> t ouraiid. Baoou — Comm.jn, %i 25. $2 ri a-d 83 23 frr the three numbers ; Common Prkid,s2 50, S3 aud s3 si; Extra. S3, ¥3 50aui«4; Extra Kraid. $3 Di- , $t and $4 50 Little Beauties, fl ; Star Extra. 33 50, $4 and SJ f«; Mill or .stable, t*. %l 50 and *3 ; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 February 1881

GENERAL NEWS. LAST NIGnrS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. MATTEES AT WASHINGTON. Unsuccessful Attempt to Reach the Chinese Treaties. THE HEAVY NORTHWEST STORM. New York to be Afflicted with Another Walking Match. DESTRUCTIVE FIRES AT VARIOUS POINTS. A Nebraska Postmaster Confesses to Bob bing the Mails. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF fTbEjCN NEWS. Outrages Perpetrated at Lima and Callao by Peruvian Soldiers. Etc Ele *-ic. — iM#M*>nr NEWS. The Atlantic and I'aiilir Railrnud and its Couneclluns. Chicago, February 18th. — The Boston Journal Bays that 'Thomas McKerson is Treasurer of the California Southern- Kail way, which has been organized by parties largely interested in the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, to build a standard-gauge road and telegraph line to San Diego, to connect with the Atlantic and Pacific in California. Thi< company to-day issued circulars offering six per cent, bonds at the rate of 8"i5,000 per mile of constructed road, running forty years, and in connection there...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY _-__- B_MnS_—T©l- LI- \o. -1... DAILY RECORD _EKIE>— VOL. XXII— B*. 15.9. f HE DAILY RECORD-- 1 0 _ . -—red at the Post Office at 6ac_— __ — second L'-.ssn— I£_ _U__lSH__ BY THE tecramento Publishing Company. , .7 ".. WM. H. HILL.., General Manager. ' — _b___io_ Office, Third Ki., bet. J and St. -__ DAILY RECORD-OIO _ cal— _ h— l every day of tin, wee.. it— iyn exaept— L for one yaw $10 _ For — x m'_ -thi. 5 00 three _ .oaths 3 00 tun copies ..na yt..,_. to one __t— __■ ti _t.~-._- •_ served by Carrier! at Twist, -"— _ <£_•.—• per _ek. In all interior cities _ _ _._— _ the Sipsr car. _ h-.uf th. iiri ncf pal Periodica. It— _, j ft— men it. _ Agent— Advertising Kate* In Dally __.— ir_-i c'tm pne Square, 1 time $1 00 fine sy_s— , 2 tins _ l 1 75 Or.- ...-ir.--.. 3 _ _ _ , 8 50 _ kc_ a.id— t .-.al time. 50 lT7es.lt. SV.e.ta. 1 Month Half _._,-. let page 92 50 az to ' $5 00 H*:. _-« ■•_., *! page SOO 4 00 8 00 Hal' Square, 3d ya^e -_ 150 6-1 fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 February 1881

BAY GOSSIP. ABOUT VALENTINES AND THE LATEST CONCERT. Art Works— King— Reflections on an Ambltionless Woman — Dom Pedro— Dead. San Francisco, February 16, 1881. It were hard guessing which had created the greatest flutter, King Kalakaua, his majesty of the Sandwiches, or St. Val entine. But the flutter of each has been among two vastly different peoples— the one in society to which greater luster was added by the presence of a real King ; the other wherever there was a child old enough to dart about, beg for five cents and ring a front-door bell, snickering at his own mystery. There used to be a ten der romance clinging to the name of val entine when grown folks sent them with appreciation of the sentiment, but they have lost all touch of passion now, when you can buy four— gimcrack, gilt and poetry— for five cents. It ha 3 become simply a compliment of the season to send a valentine as it is to send a Christmas wish or a New Year greeting. And just as the Christmas and New Year card...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD--?. IO?.. PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. i Counterfeit coins abound at Eureka, Nev. j Smallpox among Capay (Mendocino county) Chinese. Only three prisoners confined in the Men docino county jail. Two cases of highway robbery near Napa within the past week. There are but four prisoners now con fined in the Yolo county jail. Caspar (Mendocino county) Good Tem plars are building a .1,500 hall. Five persons, heads of families, lately united with the Second Congregational Church, San Bernardino. It is estimated that in Carson City, -.-v., at least $50,000 is paid annually to the Chinese laundrymen and cooks. It is the intention of the Southern Pa cific ______ to build a suspension bridge across the Salinas river in the spring. At Bellevue," Idaho, the snow is from four to si* feet deep. Avalanches are frequent and many people have been crushed. Mr. Moss, who drove a band of cattle into the Malheur country last fall, has offered hall of them to any one who will feed them till sprin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ' = --.-DAY.. FEBKIAItY 21. 18-1 Dally Meteorological Kent— l Signal Serv ice United Stales Army. Sacramento, February 20. 1881—8:02 P. _. . 55 . c b - — jo _~~ -II •?-■ ! § is.:. ___ £• .£" fT l" - _: a=-__ ?_£ _ ;!• *£ 2. f3.3•< «: £.2 :_. 5 - . — Olympia.. 30.09 47 92 S. 14 Fresh., .61 Lt. rain Portland. i.'i. 52 79 E. 1 Light. .16 Fair Rose burg 30.3s 52 79 E. 2 Light Fair Red Bluff. 30.37 54 SO N. 3 Gentle Clear Sacram'to 30.35 50 73 N. 2 Light Clear -_. Fran.. 30.36 49 93 3. E. 1 light Fair ♦V__lia.._.-i: l 43 92 S. E. 3 Gentle Clear Angel. 30.21 49 64| Calm Clear Max. Ther., .'.!•. Mm. Ther., 43. River above low water mark, 21 ft., 6 in. •4.02 a. M. .- '■■- Weather Probabilities. W__H— __*, February — Morning. indica tions for California : Fair weather. For the North Pacific region : Partly cloudy weather, with occa sional rains. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at 113* for 4s of 1907; 100J for 5s of 1881; 112} ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ______ F_B_r.-__ -1. _«_ AD._RTI-_:__NT MENTION. Taxpayers and Citizens— Meeting night. California Lodge, K. of H., to nig: Ancient Order of Foresters, this evening. Cermania Building and Loan AB-_»tio_, to-.ay. Compacy G, First Artillery, this evening. S" The Last Spike '-Last day of exhibition. Metropolitan Theater -English opera, Friday. Lost— Five letters, last evening. " % - -. — Business Advertisements. Bale Bros. & Co.— Champions of people's rights. Peruvian Syrup— An iron tonic. Notice, you rascals- - Carl -trubel. Furniture— Ileus- _ Hunt- in. F. Foster- winding, manufacture, etc. P. 11. Russell— Choice groceries at rnnrktt price* Wilcox _ I *o-_— i — Importers and liquet dealers. L. K. Hammer— Chickcriiig - Sons' pianos. L. 1.. Lewis & Co. - Th- Garland, six-hole range. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The City Taxes.— The Board of City Trustees held a meeting last Saturday for the purpose of making the tax levy for the ensuing fiscal year. In addition t...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 February 1881

-IELI.QC EST TAX LIST. DELINQUENT TAX LIST. FOR 1880-1. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNT. OF SACRA mento— as. By virtue of and in accordance with the provisions of Sections 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 IS- 0-1, in front of the Court- house door, at the hour of 10 A. _. on Tuesday, the l»l day or March, A. D. 1881, For gold coin <•' the United States, each piece or parcel bo dcs ribed fur 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. 3— Against W. G. Anderson and lot 3, be- tween Cross and Oak streets, in Antelope Station, improvements and personal property. State and county tax, £2 67 ; Drainage District No. 1 tax, 10} cents ; costs, $1 13 . ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 February 1881

DELINQUENT Ta| LIST. 1 •city of S .cramento, and persorj property. State •nd county tax, $16 10; DraAage District No. I Ux, 62} cents; costs, $1 34 : /total tax and -'-. $1. 651. A. Pel rner gagot. No. 698— Agai/.st A. N. Fish ana mortgage on . south half northeast quarter section 3, township 7 north, range -* east, containing 30 acres. Btate and county tax, $3 90; Drainage District No. I tax, 15 cents ; -:-. 70 cents . And f*rsonal property, being a tien on tne foregoing real estate. State and cunty tax, 13 cents; Drainage District No. 1 tax, } cent ; casts, 61 cunts; total tax and costs, $5 39}. Manuel E. l»cC_ sta. mortgagor. No. Against Daniel Glenn and mortgage on northeast quarter section 4, towahip 5 uorth, range 5 east, containing 195 acres, stite and county tax, $4 55 ; Drainage District No. 1 tax. 17} cents ; costs. 73 een - ; total ta_ and costs $."> 45. Joi.n Russell, rnort.agor. f,-,,. 005 — Against Daniel Glaun and mortgage on east half of southeast quarter of secti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 February 1881

PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS. [DESPATCHES OF SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.] TRIAL OF KALLOCH COMMENCED. Wheeler, the San Francisco Strangler, Sen tenced to be Hanged. AN ANTI-SLICKERS MEETING AT COLUSA. Serious Trouble Between Nevada Mining Companies. -UK-UN A_t» «r____--To_ TKkitlTOlt . Passengers for California via Carlin and Mojave. CALHOUN!-. The kiiltot'li Case- The Pan. I .'onipleleil and Testimony in the — Ist- fomiiu -in oil. San Francisco. February 20th. — The long-sought twelfth. or in the case of Isaac M. Kail ( . on trial in Department No, 11, tor the shooting of Charles De Young, was a*, i.i-t found Saturday, after fifteen persons had been examined and rejected, in the per son of Thomas Farrell a marble cutter at 777 Market street. After the newly-ob tained juror had been sworn iv to try the case, Alexander Campbell suggested a continuance until Monday, to allow the members of the Bar to attend the funeral of .J. W. Dwinelle. Mr. Highton was of the same opini-iu, but Judge Temple, in deny...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. *AltT U_lO_ - ■______*__, _.-___ __«. BAILS RECORD SERIES -ITOI. . XXIII -NO. 4. M0. jHE DAILY RECORD-UNION. altered at the frost Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE jfaoramento Publishing Company. ' ' WM. H. MllXS.Ceneral Hamager. . Vvblleatton Office, Third it., bet. J and K. IKE DAILY BECORD-IJinOK S published ovary day of the week, Sundays exoepted. for one rear .....;... .............. (10 00 For ill months. 5 00 For three months „.. 300 In coplcß one roar, to one address 80 00 Subscriber! tarred by Carriers at Twihtt-Fivk Oiims pat week. In all Interior d tie» and towns the ■•per can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, ■»w*a>ea and A«enta •dTertt.lJuc Kates la Dally Keeord-Cnlon. 9neß<iaare, 1 time......... ........... ..........|1 00 a=e Square, i times. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. I 60 Each additional tin*. 60 lWeek. SWaeki. 1 Month ■all Sqoize. lit pact. tIBU ti 60 $5 00 tall Square id pace 3 60 100 100 [»l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIE.--*- ._■___.___' -*. 18 _ Dally Meteorological Ke.ord— Signal Serv ice ('oiled Hates Array. . _-*___.._■, February 81. 1881-8:02 p. _. ""-T _r~g _ "O ~~0~ j g _._£ _«■ _ - ss.. o°.? §• *** Bil |- • J I gag s|| - |- *t_ ft Fift '? ? -■_■§. :Is I Is. ' oi-.-.; . _ -0.30 52 82 S. 10 Fresh.. Con !y Po___l.l3o._a 50 75 S.S Gentle. .... Cloudy H..sebur?i_o._ IS 7- Calm ... Clear K_dßlu_.J3o.-2- 56 03 N. 3 (lent- Clear Stie-mi'to'sO.;- 57 81 N. 2 Light. Clear •_. Fra_.J3o.3S 51 80 Si '-V. 1 Light. Clear •Vi5a1ia.. !30.35 50 93- W. 3 Ceutle. .... F_r «L Angel .iSo.2o|al 69 N. 8 I Fresh C:ear Mix. Ther., 62. Mm. Ther.. 43. River above low water mark, 21 ft., 0 in. "4.02 a. _■ __ .leather rrobabllUies. WisBUCOXOa, February 22d— Morning. — Indica tions f ->r Pacific coast : Fair weather. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 1131 tor 4s of 1907 ; 100 s for 5s of 18S1 ; 1123 for 4 .» I sterling, $1 84@4 tCJ ; silver bars, 11- '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 February 1881

.HE DAILY RECORD-UNION. r_„S' AT -EBK.ABI ... IKSI ADVSRTISEMENT MENTION. Capita! City Minstrel Club—Testimonial. British Mutual Benefit and ,-rHal Society benefit. Republican City Central Committee this evening. A card from many citizens.*-* _..-"- Pen- written and flourished cards. Contractors -William H. Hamilton, architect. Wanted— A German.servant girl. ;_... ", Ton.- raf masquerade Convenience to subscribei- Metrepolitan Theater. .uctlcn Sale. Bell _ Co., '•.— ..- morning. «. — B-*'l.-e-_ Advertlsementa. Carl _t--.cl-_pan of horses, etc., for sale. Byrne's steam carpet cleaning machine. Lace curtains done up by Byrne. Kew boat und st._- line to Davisvilie. James __rre_ce English, banker. C. W. Rniip X: Co., choice groceries. Sacrament > Planing Mills— Sash and blind*, Mechanics' Exchange— Jacob Schmidt, proprietor. .Tames __"i_re— iron doors, shutters, etc LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. .'.._) OF CITY TRUSTEES. The Board of City Trustees met yesterday ' at 10 a. _.. all the members pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TtES-AT FEBB-ABY 22. 1881 GENERAL NEWS. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. . __• ■ " DOMESTIC NEWS. -'■_■-'_ ---a:.. ■Why l-e Chinese Treaties Hang Fire. New York, February 2__.— The Post's Washington .pecial says : The Chinese trea ties hang fire in the Senate, and the failure of that body to act is creating some discus sion as to it. reasons therefor. One reason stated is that the treaties will affect the rela tions of the next Administration with the Chinese, and that it is only fair to leave its hands untied, and more time for considera tion, in view of the fact that important^ re strictive legislation is proposed. Again, it is urged that the " most favored nation " clause in the treaty yields to the Chinese the right to be naturalized, in opposition to the wishes and legislative enactments of the Pacific coast. Also, it is said that the treaty will not effectually stem the tide of immigration, as a large part— two-thirds, it is said— of the Chin...

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