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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 October 1891

SAN JOSE NEEDED THEM. The Team Made Seven Runs to Sac ramento's Six. A Good Gamo Playod to a Mero Hand ful of Spectators—Another Gamo To-Day. Thero wore about fifty people at the ball park yesterday afternoon to see the San Jose and Sacramento clubs pitted against each other. Manager Finn was up with his team, and he must certainly have or dered his men to play ball for all thero was In them. The San Joses meant to win that game. One could tell that the moment tho con test commenced. They did their level best throughout, and there was no quit ting in their work even when they were several runs in the load. They wanted to make the victory sure, and they worked like Trojans lor it. Btallinga would fre quently come up behind the bat alter one ball had been pitched, in order to steady Harper, who was inclined to bo some what wild in his work. Although the spectators did not think at first that it was very necessary for San Jose to play such an earnest game in order to de feat the Sacram...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 October 1891

4 NEW PUBLICATIONS. The '.'Century" has "come of ago," and in its November number begins its twenty-second year. Mr. Cole's engrav ings ol the masterpieces of the Italian punters reaches a climax in full-page blocks. The feature likely to attract most attention is the now novel, '•The Nau lahka," by Jtudyard Kipling and Wol cott Balesticr, the latter a well-known American. John Muir, the California naturalist, contributes tho first fully illustrated description which has been made of the great canyon of the South Fork of King's River. The death of liOwell is commemorated by a paper of literary criticism by George E. Wood berry, the newly appointed Professor of English Poetry at Columbia College. The New York Club of actors, drama tists and others, founded by Edwin Booth, under the name oi" "The Players," is the subject of an illustrated article by Brander .Matthews. Edgar W. Nye con tributes to this number tlie first of sev eral of bis autobiographies, tho present one being the "Aut...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 October 1891

INDICTED FOR LIBEL. Farmer Reed Will Have to be Tried by a Jury. Besult of a Farmers' Alliance Speech, Accusing the Supervisors of Ac cepting Bribes. Shortly after Superior Judgo Catlin ar rived at the Courthouse yesterday fore noon, he was notified that the Grand Jury desired to make a partial report. Tho Judge repaired to the court-room, and taking his elevated seat, awaited the coming of the investigators. They soon filed in and took seats in the jury-box. The news had evidently got out about the Grand Jury's intention, as the court room was soon crowded with spectators, who waited breathlessly for what was to transpire. REED EHDICTED. "Well, gentlemen," said Judge Catlin to the jurors, "have you any communica tion to make?" "We have." Foreman Stevens arose and handed a package of papers to the court. The latter inspected the papers and then excused the jurors. It was not long before it was known that the Grand Jury had found an indict ment against William JM. Reed, the Florin fa...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 October 1891

6 TURF EVENTS. WnrKSftß or Tin: blood horse BACKS AT TDK BAY. Sunol's Youngster Kecord Equaled in the East—JEtaces at Washington and Othor Places. Hjjecla! to the nitcoßD-Uj-riON-. San J'kaxi isco, Oct. 21>.—The attend ance at tie* Bay District track to-day waa l. tbe line weather having tiie effect of bringing the lovers of racing out in force. Although tiie harrow waß kept at , k all the morning, the effect of yea terd;:y's rain had not been obliterated, the track being heavy and lumpy. Tlie I keepers to-day took up the season tickets, ihey having discovered quite a number of counterfeits. The first race on the programme was an owners'handicap for all ages and a purse of $400, distance one mile. There Were lour starters; Acclaim, Idaho Chief, I irigold and Fannie F. No pools were •-old on the lac.*, it being considered that claim was an air-tight cinch. In the books Acclaim BOld .1 to ";;, .Marigold si. bo Chief $40 and Fannie i . s,o. When lhig dropped, Acclaim. Mangold and Fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 October 1891

VOLUME LXXXn.-NO. 61 . RAGING PRAIRIE FIRES. People and Stock Fleeing Before the Flames in Kansas. GRAVE FEARS THAT MANY LIVES HAVE BEEN LOST. Throe Thousand Miners at Criceville. Term., Surround the Stockade, Re lease Over Throe Hundred State Convicts and Burn the Stockade to the Ground—Senator Gorman In jured by the Collapse of a Review ing Stand at a Democratic Parade. Special to the Rkcoro-Union. WieniTA (Kas.), Millard Bone, just ar rived from the western part of the State, reports terriiic fire*s In <Jray and Ford Counties. For miles tho Santa Fe train in which he was a passenger traveled through a sea of flame, with every window and ventilator battened down. Prom the train, he asserts, could be seen burning farm buildings and stacks of hay and grain, and people and stock flee ing before the flames. Bone fears that there must havo been a number of hu man lives and many head of stock lost in tho vicinity of Beaumont, Butler County. Thousands of acres of grazing land were bur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 October 1891

2 DAILYJRECORD-UyiON ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHES COMPANT Office, Third Street, between J and K. THE- DAILY RECORD-UNION, For one year - $6 00 For s}x months: 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen (F..NTS per week In'all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agt-ntt>. THE WEEKLY UNION, 3s the cheapest and most desirable Home, Xftws and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Wnfcur Union per year $1 50 4S~ These publication is are sent cither by Wail or Express U> upi aisoisinglesubscriDers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are scants. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at tlie Postoffice at Sacramento as tecond-class matter. "Weather Forecast. Forecast till 8 p. M. Saturday: For North ern California—Fair but generally cloudy weather, turning to light rains in the north western portion and along the northwest coast; generally warmer, except ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 October 1891

PARROTT'S PITCHING. i !t Was Too Much For the Garden City Youths. And Backed by Superb Fielding, the Senators Succeed In White wash ing Their Opponents. How it was tbat thn Sacramentos gave the San Jose team such a drubbing as they did yesterday was a mystery to all who did not witness tho battle. Each team made seven base hits, and San Jose made but one more error than tbe homo team, yet tbe score was 5 to 0 in favor of tbe Senators. Without having seen the game the sharpest ball crank would find himself confronted by worse than a gem puzzle in an effort to comprehend how tbo contest could possibly result as it did. But five to nothing was tbe score, just j the same, and the way tbo Sacramentos made it so can be easily explained. In tbe tirst place, the tall, slender and wiry I'arrott was in the box for tbo Sac ramento aggregation, and tbe way he swung his arms, kicked his legs, and shot tho ball over the plate must bave bad a tendency to make tbe San Jose bat ters cross-eyed for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 October 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Sacramento, October 30th. FRUlT—JLemons—Sicily, $Sfa-H 50 "# box; California,?! 50@6;Limes,$-1 50<§>3^c:isc,$l f loo; Bananas, £2 50(*3 *$ bunch for Island; Cocoanuts. $?@8 ; Mexican Oranges. "M -fl box; Pineapples, GO cents each each, §7 "$ do/en; Peaches, 40(a«i0c $ box; Nectarines, 75e@f] r box; Plums, SOCO Sl 25 9 box; Bartlett Pears, ?1 5o -<s\ bo:;; . 50@75c *£ box for Green, and 75c@$l ior X ' .NNED GOODS—Assoi fl 65® "i 75: Apples*.si 60; Aoricots, $1 60; Black berries, 51 75(0.1 s5; cherries, Sl o5 ■ 2 35; Cnrrants, 92 85; Gooseberries, Sl 80&1 9o; .Muscat Grapes, ?1 40" 1 50: Plums, $1 40; Quinces, $1 75; Strawberries, f2 50. P.RI AD.STUFES—FIour, $5 25 bbl; Oat meal, 10-ft sacks, :;>..<• f it; 83 25 *$ 100-lb sacks; Cornmeal, White, $;l V 10-lb sacks; yel low, $:,' tiO t* 2Mb sacks; Cracked Wheat. B8- V 10-tb sacks: §2 75 ft 100-!b sucks; Hominy, $3 75 %> 10-tf. sacks; S;i 50 * 100-lb sacks: Graham, $2 75 f, 10-tt>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 October 1891

COURTHOUSE MATTERS. Litigants Who Will Wisely Save the Expense of a Trial. More Divorco Cases Commenced—Dan Fay Sent to Folsom—Cart wright and Golden. A stipulation was filed in the Superior Court yesterday in the suit of the Mooro <fc Smith Lumber Company against Kate May Dillon, a minor, by which it was shown that the case had been settled. Tho matter was therefore stricken from the calendar. The lumber company sued to compel the defendant, through the latter's guardian, to convey to them a half inter est in certain lauds in this county. The defendant is one of the heirs of the estate of the late Charles McLaughlin of San Francisco, and plaintiffs allege that they had contracted to buy the lands in dis pute, and paid about §8,000 thereon. They now desire to pay §7,769 35 aud get a deed to the whole property. It is understood that in tho settlement the title to the lands is passed over to the plaintiff upon the latter's payment of $7,623. CARTWKifiHT AND GOLDEN. In Judge Catlin'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 October 1891

6 WAKEMAN'S WANDERINGS. Enjoyment of Halloween Myste ries in Great Britain. The Queen Assisting in tho Ceremo nies at Balmoral—Ono Delightful JNleht Among tho Irish Peasantiy— ■"Bnnnoelc-Bakinjr," "Snap-Apple" and "Nut-Burning"—•'Pullins*; the Kail" In Scotland. [Special Correspondence of Record-Union. Copyright, 1891.] London, October 20, 1891. One often hears it said tliat the old cus toms and traditions are all forever pass ing away. Perhaps those who feel and say this are themselves merely growing away from them, and in a manner pass ing, through ago and shifting condition, out of their own former environment. Somo of the more ancient customs are surely becoming obsolete, and with 110 loss to humankind. But tiiere will ever remain to the Christian world a few of the sweet old days of mirth and merry making which no change or Iconoclasm can mar or dispel. Halloween is one of these. It is grow ing upon American people in countryside quarters, and even in city homes. Tho continuous...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 October 1891

THE GHOST CLUB. A Remarkable Organization in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Ghastly "Furnishings and Associations of the JLodgo Room-Two Stories Recently Told hy Members of the Club —'-Tho Ghost of My Client" and ••The Haunted Mill." Crawdfordsville is distinctly a city of clubs, and as such is noted all over Hoo aierdom. Thero is the Gentleman's Lit erary Club, of which General Lew Wal lace, Maurice Thompson, President Tut tle of Wabash College, and Professor John JM. Coulter, President-elect of the State University, aro charter members; there is the Ladies' Literary Club, "The Athenian," whoso membership compri ses somo of the cleverest lady writers iv Indiana; there is the "Ananias and Sap phira Club," the rarest aggregation of lying sportsmen to be lcrund anywhere. over whose farcial deliberations Hon. E. C. Snyder, Judge of tho Montgomery Circuit Court, presides with much grav ity, deciding the worthiness ofthe stories told, to be entered in the archives; there are the college frater...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 31 October 1891

8 TURF TOPICS. GERALDINE DEFEATEJD AT TIIF. BAY DISTRICT TRACK. Roy Wilkes Breaks the Pacing Wagon Record—Racing at Chicago and Washington. Special to the Record-Union. San Francisco, Oct. 30.—There were four races at the Bay District trick to day .- Fivo furlongs, all ages, Jim Murphy won, Geraldine second. Time, 1:01. One mile, all ages, Captain Al won, Melanita second. Time, I:4Bft. Handicap, six and one-half furlongs, two-year-olds, Romair won, Esperanza second. Time, 1:21. Mile and one-quarter, three years and upwards, Request won, Nabeau second. Time, 2:14. PACINI* WAOON RECORD BROKEN. j Independence (la.), Oct. 30.—Roy Wilkes broke the pacing wagon record to-day, going a mile in 2:13 Hat. RACES AT CHICAGO. CniCAOo, Oct. 30.—Six furlongs, Cast Out won, Fd. Leonard second, Miss Lou third. Time, 1:10 A. Eleven-sixteenths of a mile, Louise won, Dolly Nobles second, Powers third. Time, 1:11. One mile, Black Bart won, Duster second, Falerna third. Time, 1:444. Six furlongs, Warren ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 November 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.-XO. 62. CHILEAN OUTRAGES. Inhuman Treatment of Americans by Valparaiso Police. DRAGGED THROUGH THE STREETS BY MOUNTED POLICE. P. A. 11. Carter, Minister to the United States from Hawaii, Dies, at New York, Alter a Long Illness—lntense Anxiety in lowa Over the Outcome of To-morrow's Election. Imperial to the Record-Union. Nov. 1.—Secretary Tracy this afternoon received the following dis patch from Captain Schley dated yester day : "Petty Officer Johnson, in whose arms Riggan was killed, declares that the act was done by the police guard. Ap prentice Williams reports that he was arrested by mounted policemen, who placed catgut nippers around his wrists and started the horse on a gallop, throw ing him down. Coal Heaver Quigley. while trying to escape from the mo!>, WM struck with a sword by a police officer. Apprentice Talbot was arrested, and on his way to prison was struck repeatedly by the police. Petty Officer Hamilton was dangerously wounded >nd while un consc...

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

2 DAILY KK(2()K1) UNION IHMUKI) r.V TUIS SACRAMENTO PIIBLiSIIINO COMPANY f>m.n. Third si,-. ««.!,.,„, ,„ J „n n K. THE DAILY RBCORO-UNION, I •■ e»f •,'.•! *ir; nil I >i • 1 < iii.ir\ff.-. , ,„, I ... H.r.nmonltU . ; ttnu«<-rihn,«»n r vpii bytiarrifi »| |hri SM«tft par W»rK 1 1* nil In!, .i.n , Hi.. t»n«1 111 I"' lut-l of lli^ l>iiii. i| il I •••»vJcr". N«>W«ilini niidAf 1.1. mi WEEKLY UNION, II U»« O»l»ytH«-t iui.l luoat .1. -iril.jr. lion,. , Ntf*i.fcl].l I llmu . t. in* i. til )■ ■ •,, tl,. fit Wiitfci.Y Üb»io« J»rr )«r a fr! N 4|T* TUnar mibttt ( (Mlhet bj M •' i;^l.-milm.Tll.Mt WUII .■lllll||Pp pi') „.! All r..«11.1M--l.mior H"l|t«. Ih. l',.u| A '"i \«i «1 -. i. j-; MtaUUBU nil lh<- ft I mUk.J vI Ih. C-. 1,, Hi. .-. |,( ;. , WoMtlU't' I i.i.Miaf. I M M i.r I -oi North n , I'lilUnni. I y CinUdy i.ilI I" i ' ■ >"" >. « lUI ItMtl i « iii>« . »■. |.t (nil || *' mi i ii. ii.. | Ml! I.M s. ll'l.l g i\\ «>l \ I 1.. It w ill pOMtbly liUiufn In Minn ihi o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 November 1891

HONORS WERE EASY. Two Games Between Sacramento and San Jose Yesterday. « Each Captured One—Catcher Spies Meets With a Painful Accident at the Afternoon Game. Despite tho threatening weather there was a good attendance ot spectators at JSnowflake Park yesterday afternoon, and the Saeramentos and San .loses played two good games of baseball. They split even, however, the Dukes winning the iirst contest and the Senators the second. In the first game Lookabaugh and Par- , rott did the pitching for their respective teams, and both did splendid work. • Hits were few and widely scattered, and j it was btallings' home-run that saved the ; ban Joses from defeat. It was a very timely drive and gave San Jose the lead and the victory. San Jose made the first run in the sec ond inning, when MeVey took lirst I tee on four balls and scored on an overthrow by Parrott to first base. Sacramento tied the score in the third I inning. Parrott reached tho initial on ! balls, was forced to second and scor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 November 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SAf KAMKVTO MAItKiX EMCBAxaarro, October SUi KRT'I'I I ■ y 100; Ito . f • ii'l; ■ .iimtK, %'*<,«.; M< xi/un orantrt-. H t»o<:; :• ■ ntfl 'Jif-h ■;. S7 y fliiwn; I'cfwlics, 4O'-.;.()- fi (»ox; -'. ;< l.o\; I'lnii: «1 25%" Ixix; 1: ' i.ih, »1 60 V box; A| > n,ami 75c<a>f 1 lor lt<<l. NKDOOOPB AMortedTftbk,9l '•"• I 76; A] ,^1 00: Ai i.'ot<. m 50; Black t rrl< t, |] 1 5; ■b n -1 ■■ • ! 8->; Currant*, f:: J5; (io ( ■''»; Bl pr 1 50; I'iumu, f 1 4O; Quince i,91 • ■•.?.• 50. I; Oftt ; , 100* wi'-l. I 10-ft u'U'-; yl lo ked Wheat. $.: * ion. MKkr; 31 ; ... ■ Hominy, »8 : ■ ■ i■■ J X llTewklns, 91 V cirt; K(4« !'iitiit. :: »<; Tonia i- «»...< •' ■ 91 ■ rrote, ijO . - ■■■»;; bum «' 'loz; rarNnipH. 91 <«-«l 6O: 1 ■ I; 1 I..■<*:• ti lOc v It; (ifl ! . .. td'.i ',()• y doz! • MB > i<; Potatoes, Early i;m, ; 11.,I 1., i ; '!<•; Kurhanl:*, „cir •■ '-ti; Celery, 1 Bans, 105 c; Sumin«r Hi|i: ■>/; ( •TV 11 Pep* f. 9r. Ok; 1 he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 November 1891

WATER AND SEWAGE. Mayor Comstock Gathering Informa tion on Both Subjects. Winona, Minn., Employs Holly Primps nnd a Stand-Pipe—lt is Also to Use the Rhone Spwage System. Several months ago Sacramento was risked by R. H. ftasford of Winona, Minn., who spent several hour* here viewing the city, in company with Mayor Comstock. and inspecting the water and sewerage systems in vogue here. On his return to Winona Mr. liasford induced th" <ity Attorney of that place to write Mayor Comstock a long letter on the sub ject of the water system of Winona, which contained much valuable informa tion, but was, unfortunately, mislaid and lost. Mayor < 'omstock has, however, had sev eral letters from Mr. Bosibtd on the sub ject, Hip last one being received yester day. The writer say-: Winona, Minn., Ofetober 24, 1891. W. D. Cbmttoek, tiaj/or-. Sacramento. Gbl.— Dr.\R Hin: Your valtted favor or 20thlnat. At hand. Our water works system In what it •called the Holly B>.strin, (direct (H-ssnn , ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 2 November 1891

6 PROGRESSIVE PORTLAND. How the Oregon Metropolis is Now Marching Along. A Newspaper Company Erecting a Million-Dollar Buildlnff-Sendinjr Out an Exhibition on Wheels. Eds. Rkcotid-Union: In the march of progress Oregon is rapidly advancing to the front. The latest enterprise is a State advertising car called "Oregon On "Wheels." As the name indicates, it is a ear filled with the fruits, grains, vegeta bles, minerals, etc. of this great North vest of ours. It is to be sent East and South for the ostensible purpose of ad vertising the wealth and resources of our State. The car, both inside and outside, is a blaze of glory from numerous elec tric lights. <»n the outside it is painted white, and is appropriately decorated •with views of Oregon scenery, and a few timely hints concerning the climate and other interesting information relat ing to the State. Those who have the c ir in charge feel confident of its success, and that it will be the moans of bringing more immigration to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 3 November 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.-KO. 63. AWAITING THE VERDICT. Great Interest Felt in the Out come of To-day's Elections. A HOTLY-CONTESTED CAMPAIGN IN OHIO. Hard to Determine Which Party Will Be Successful—The Most Excltins Off-Year Campaign in tho Illstory of lowa-Each Party Exerting Their Utmost Endeavors to Bring Out a Full Vote—The Contest in New York Claimed by Both Republicans and Democrats. Special to the Record-Union. Columbus (Ohio), Nov. 2.—Never since the war has a campaign been waged in the Buckeye State which attracted so much general interest, was so hotly con i -led and so exclusively devoted to na tional issues as the one which closed to night, with two of the ablest and most representative gentlemen of the State as standard-bearers of the respective parties. The country at large had been drawn upon and national leaders and recognized ex ponents of both parties summoned to ex pound the principles of Republicanism and Democracy. The joint debate of Camp b< 11 and McKinley will long...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 3 November 1891

2 miLY RECORD-UNION ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Btreet, between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UXION, For one year. $8 00 For six mouths 3 00 For three inOntha 1 50 Subscribers served by Carrief9 at Fifteen Cejsts per week In all Interior cities and t«wns tne paper can be had, of the principal Periodical Dealers. Netfsn&en ana Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, 1b the cheapest and most desirable Home, Ke'wnand Literary Journal published on the Paoiftc Goaet. the "Wketly Union per year ?1 60 4&- These publications are Bent either by Mail or Express to agents or elnglo subscrlcers, •With charges prepaid. All Postmasters are Tbe Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as Beeopd-class matter. "Weather Forecast. Forecast till 8 p. m. Tuesday: For North ern California—Cloudy and foggy weather, •With scattering lijrht rains in the northern portion, followed by generally fair weather; cooler at Eureka and surrannuto. TH...

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