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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 February 1881

GENERAL NEWS. LAST SIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE REUORD UNION. _» ■ — MATTEFoS AT WASHINGTON. Boston Protests Against Ratifying the New Chinese Treaties. TWO HEAVY RAILROAD SUITS. A Memorable Day In New York Financial Circles. WIFE MURDERER HANGED IN VERMONT. Gang of Thieves Properly Punished In New York. •::._iV ~y. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF F. REIGN NEWS. The Treaty Between Russia and China .igned at tt. Petersburg. Etc Etc Etc -.-... * -*nwi— tmi— i a. -ri— a — .r- ~ — ~ --—-■- , " . DOM -STIC. Financial Affairs at Sew Vork— •took Quotations. New York, February 25th. — The Commer cial says : At 2 P. m. stocks were feverish and irregular, the banks still calling in their loans, and it is next to impossible to make a loan with a No. 1 security. One house failed to tffect a loan with unquestioned collateral at twenty banks. There is considerable feel ing against' the promoters of the 3 per cent, bill in not pushing it through in its order, and checking the retiring of legal tenders, which w...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 February 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY |\|O> SKKIES-TOL. I.V No. 9XI. DAILY RECORD liEKItS- VOL. XXIII- No. 43.J3. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Wredat the Post Office at Sacramento at second class matter PUBLISHED B? THE lacramanto Publishing Company, WH. B. mug, Ceneral Manager. ' raMlcatlon Office, Third at., bet. J and K. TEE DAILY BECOBD-FinOX H published srerr da/ <>< tas weak. Sundays ezoepted. forocer«--.. $10 00 For iti mouth* 5 00 rortcree months „,., j 00 Ten ooclei on* /ear, to one addrea JO 00 Snbasrlbars wild di Carriers at Tw«XTY-l?rfB Oiktb per week In all luterior citios sod icmi the Biper can be had of the pru;cU,al Periodical Dealer*, ewnnezi and Aff^nU. AdvertUlmg Bate* In Daily Keeard-Cnlon. One Square. I time....: 1100 Square . Itfaaet..... ". 1 75 woe Squire, Jtlme*. ' ' » 50 ■•on additional lima, '..!.."!!'.!"!!! 50 _„ _ . . lWeek. SWeeka. lMonth gaU Squad. Ist pa<* $2 GO $3 60 16 00 Half Square. M page 3 50 « CO 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 60 6 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 February 1881

THE LOST CAUSE. "THE RISE AND FALL OF THE CON FEDERATE GOVERNMENT." Jeff. Davis' History of the Rebellion— He Defends Secession, and Goes for His Old Enemies. I From the Chicago Times.] For some years it has been understood that Jefferson Davis, ex- President of the late Confederacy, was engaged in writing a history of the Government of which he was the head, and of the war it waged for its own perpetuation and the independ ence of the people who created it. Late reports have intimated that this work was completed, or approaching completion, and that it would be given to the public in a few weeks by one of the principal publishing houses in the city of New York ; but for some reason the author and pub lishers have maintained the most pro found secrecy as to the contents of the book and its general tenor and scope. Believing that the work of the ex-high priest of the Lost Cause must be of consid erable interest to the American people, the Time* has taken the trouble to ob tain some i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 February 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. Queen Victoria made $4,000 on stock farming last year. The military prison at Leavenworth, Kan., is reported as having turned out in the last fiscal year 25,225 pairs of boots and 31,220 of shoes. The Produce Exchange of Boston, has started a movement for making that city a chief center for the wholesale butter and cheese export trade. The butchers of Milan have invented a process for killing their cattle by launch ing a projectile against their foreheads ; they oppose throat-cutting. There is a movement in Indianapolis to cut down the course of study and shorten the hours in the public schools, on the ground of the overwork of the pupils. A writer in the Cincinnati Enquirer, after a critical inspection of New York women, says that the higher you go in the social scale the farther yon get from beauty, and the Bowery shop- girls are, in that respect, far superior to the "swell" young ladies. ; •■need nutron Eays : A man will eat sog^y biscuits twice a week without a co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MONDAY FEBRUARY 88. 1881 •ally Meteorological Record- Signal Berr- Ice United States Array. - Sacramekto, February 27, 1881—8:02 P. U. - 2 bT~k 6" a w ST f? 8 I s I I §.=•! Hi *1° • Sg, fa. i ? ?<F-5 i i-I a l~ O rmpia.. 29.62 54 90 S. 10 Fresh.. .61 U. rain rortlan.i. -*> .-' 57 75 S. 17 Brisk.. .22 Cloudy Boeebnrjr 29.96 67 87 Calm C oudy Ued Bluff 30.1S 69 85 S. 1 Light Cloudy Sacram'to .0.14 58 88 S. 4 Gentle Clear *6 Fran 30.22 55 96 S. W. 3 Gentle Fogey •Visa!;.. 30.09 55 '■' S. B. ■; Gentle Cloudy ♦LAn el.|3o.o9|jo 79] S. 4 |Oentle Clear Max. TV: 06. Mm. Ther., 52. River above low water mark, 20 ft 8 in. **•<>■-* " __ — — — ===== ~ Weather Probabilities. Washisstos, February 2Sth—Morning.—lndica tions for middle and northern Pacific coast regions : Clomdy weather. For southern California: Fair weather. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were . voted a: 112} for 4a of 1907 ; 1001 for 5s of 18S1 , 111] tor 4J3 ; sterli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 February 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. JNOXDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Chimes of Normandy. Ancient Order of Foresters, to-night. O. E. S., Naomi Chapter, this evening. Sacramento Literary Institute —Professor H. B. _.'orton. Sacramento Council, Royal Select Masters. Notice to Taxpayers — G. J. Cross. Turn Verein— Annual Masquerade Bait Business Advertisements. Car] Str''i<el— Note for sale. For sale— A Butcher's Stall. Mechanics' Store— Being enlarged. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. -- Boakd of Supervisors.— Board of Supervisors met at 10 A. M. on Saturday, Messrs. Dreman, Wilson, Blair, Butler, •Christy and Buckley being present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Upon motion of Mr. Butler the Bales of the Miller ferry for v"7O, to A. J. Bump, and the boiler for §100, to George Switzer, were approved, and the Chairman was au thorized to convey the said property to pur chasers. The Chairman of the Board was also instructed to notify James Barrett...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 February 1881

' DELIXO.UENT 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, I will sell all the property, real and personal, hereinafter described and delinquent for State and County and other Taxes for the year 1850-1, in front of the Court- house door, at the hour of 10 A. K. on Tuesday, the Ist day or Marcli, A. D. 1881, For gold coin of the United States, each piece or parcel so described for the amount of Uxes 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 Mrs. James Anthony and north- west quarter section 14, township 6 north, range 5 east, containing 160 acres aid improvements. State and county tax, <.2 90; costs, 32 72 ; total tax and costs, *45 '62. N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 February 1881

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. Crowell, W. H..... V 4 00 Cooper, J. J 4 00 Coffy.J.H 4 00 Cayton, M. F 4 00 Casev, James 4 '-<) Church, H. H 4 00 Cook, Philip. 4 00 Cannon, B 4 IK) Coburn, AG 4 "' Cayton, Z 4 00 Creper, Henry « 4 00 Cate, Henry 4 00 Cass, Simeon 4 00 Carringtm, Thomas 4 00 Carrel, James .. 4 00 Carlisle, George M 400 Cunnimrnam, A. M 4 00 Cump»ton, F. M 4 00 Cohn, Waiter 4 00 Cunningham, Dennis •,• • 4 ou Calun, George H 4 00 Campion, John 4 00 Cateman, Julius * '" I' -»lv, Edward 4 00 Duval, J. V • * °° Dsnson, William ' 4 00 Dolan, James 4 00 Dunn.W.G 4 00 Dai«ett, Albert 4 0 Duffey, Mike 4 0J Dennfson, Dan 4 00 DnUam, W. B 4 00 Davis, Harry 4 00 Djmingos, S 4 00 iKinova'c, De nis 4 00 Dorsey, L. P 4 00 I tiers* >n, L J 4GO lirummas, Samuel 4 00 lienni, Philip 4 00 in. r. C 4 00 Davis, J. A 4 00 Dunning, Thomas 4 00 Imnn, Pettr 4 00 Bdrud, .Ve!son G 4 00 Egcber;.', Henry 4 00 Ewers, Otto 4 00 Fitch.S 8 4 00 Finnigan, James , 4 00 Fairficld, O. W : 4 00 Fanisworth, S. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 February 1881

PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS. (DISPATCHES OF SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.] a soh:ol-gielwins a lawsuit. A Monterey County Pedagogue Mulcted In the Sam of $2,000. PASSENGERS VIA CAKLIN AND MOJAVE. Man and Six Horses Burned to Death in San Francisco. MIIMMIM. AFFAIK IBAK WIIKITIIMI. Well-Known California sporting Man Shot and Killed In Arizona. CALIFOKMA. Man and Six Horse* {turned to Death. San Francisco, February 27th. — At about 2:30 yesterday morning an alarm was turned in from box 46 for a fire in the hay and grain warehouse of Moore k McLaren, Nos. 14 and 16 Spear street. The warehouse, a two-story building, was all in flames when the depart ment arrived. There were two teamsters named Frank Brown and Edward Tippets asleep inside. The latter managed to escape with severe burns from the breast down, and with singed hair and eyebrows. The former, however, failed to get through the sea of fire and was burned to death, hi« body being re covered soon after. He had evidently been suffocated. Brown was ...

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

£^?- ™ MI SEB «» -TO1.1T -WO. 933 J. DAILIRSCOKDSERIKS- WLi XAIII-NO. 4330. ; . THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. "fatered 21 the Pott Office at Sacramento as tecond ekii matter PUBLISHED BY THE ; Sacramento Publishing Company, fill H. MILLS, General Manager. rabUeatlaa •fllce. Third it* bet. J and K. THE DAILY BECOKD-OTIOH fipobllihed btbtt da* of tka weak, Sunday* executed. - one rear $10 00 . wot months. 5 00 •or three months *•••• 300 ; Tan ooplec ODe year, to one address ..00 00 v- Subteribers aerrtd by Carriers at TwisTrr-Frvs , OSKT& pal week. In all Interior dtles and towui the ■•per ,■« be bad of the principal Periodical Dealers. ' Vemmen and Asesta. ■ „••■ ° AdTertULms Kates la Dally Becord-Cr.lon. PaaSqaara, 1 time $1 00 «no Square, 2 t(ra<*. 1 78 &a» Byline, 3 time*. , ISO Baofc additional tlma. ...... 60 lWeek. I Weeks. lHonth Bait SqTiare, Jit page a SO *3 60 $5 00 Half Bquaxe, Id page 350 " 00 800 Ball Square. 3d page 3 00 111 00 - Half Squire. 4th page I 00 I 00 4 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TCESPJLY MAKt'll 1.1881 Dally Meteorological Record-Signal Serv ice I'nltcd Slates Arm)-. Sacramsto, February 23, 1851— T. M. ■ — c •*- = ~"~o iT? g~ r|-l g£ 1 § SS.3 =~i = gft iss 15 1 If a! s*g c E° |:?I ?& P ?f£i j_liX_i=_ Oiympia.. isT®) 46 1 i S.W. 10 Fresh. . .27 IX rain Portland. 2D.8» 46 81 S. 10 Fresh.. .27 C ear Rosebunr 20.97 47 77 >. 8 Fresh. .27 Cloudy Bed Buff. 29.94 59 82 8 16 Bnik Fair Sa-ram'to 30.07 5s S2 S.W. 12 Fresh Cloudy •8 Fran..:i" I 52 90 X. E. 2 Light Foggy ♦ Visa!! 130.10 47 62 I Calm.. ....Clear •L Angel . '30 .08|gX BGJ.V. E. 4 Geatle ....Clear Max. Tbtr., CO. Mm. Ther., 51. River above low water mark, 20 ft-7 in. "4.02 A. M. - NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were -«i loted at US I for 4s of 1907 ; 100; for ° 8 of ISBI > 112J for 4*3; sterling, 81 73J@4 81 ; silver bars, 1135. ; - Wv Silver in London, 6214 ; consols, 99 3-1 C; 5 i«r cent. United States bonds, 103 i; 4s, 116 J ; 4 if, 114 J. ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 March 1881

THE DAILY ' RECORD-UNION, j TfIZSMX !.. 31ACCII 1. 1881 IADVEBTISESEENT MBNTIQN. __________ Metropolitan Theater—" Pirates i.f Penzance." Emmet celebration — Friday night. Jabez Turner — Card; Independent candidate. Proposals for transi>ortation. Champions of the lied Cross— Official visit. — Levee District Ho. 1. Notice of disincorpontion— Woman's Home. Fourth Ward Repubic&n caucus. . Third Ward Republican caucus. Attention, Boys in Blue, to night. I. O. O. P., Kebekah li .th; to-niifht. Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter, to-night. Business Advertisements. Adams, McXeill & Co. -At a banrain. James 1.. English— for sale. Harry Bernard, carriage manufacturer. Sherburn i Smith— Household jfoods. People's Savings Bank of Sacramento. J. F. Clark, undertaker. People's Store- -Delay not a moment. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. The State Board of Agriculture met at the j Pavilion yesterday. The hour for meeting was 2 r. M., but it was 4:15 before a quorum was obtain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 1 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-US TIF>:;AV ....SlAU*:n I. MM CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. ICOKTINTH. iBOM rlßßt TAOE.] enough, but they would I!- hear investigation, lie had expected to say n.iK-1. more, but believed that arguments »ooH now be « -,■"« it wasal. ready settled that the rep bill would be defeated and the present law be continued. Still be desired when he returned to his constituent*, to say to them that he had done all ho could for them. Large Bums of inonev hid been expended by the opponent to the rental "bill, and legislators had shirked the responsibilities which rested upon them. But when MO years hence the Le,-isla ture should scam -convene and the State should be a million and a hall or two millions in debt, then his words would be remembered and heeded for not a man would then dare to vote ■gainst the repeal of the Drainage Act. Debris to day mi-ht succeed, but it was a dangerous subject winch mi c::t:nir its way into the very heart of California, and in two years from the pres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 March 1881

•Airr rsros BEBIEg-YOL. IT — HO. »m. DAILT RECORD SERIES- VOL. XXIII— so. (33*. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Altered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second dass matte* PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento" Publishing Company. VI. E. HILLS, Central Manager. rabJleatton Ofllce, Third »t., bet. J and K. THE DAILY RECOBD-VHIOH Ispobliihoi ererjr daj of the week. Sundays exempted. for one rev..... . (10 00 Wot six mouth*. 5 00 for three months «... 300 lan ooples on" fear, to one address , .. 00 00 Bub»or!tcn i«»d by Carrier* at Tw»!fTY-ftvi Dun per week- la til interior cities and towns the Mpor wo be bad of the principal Periodical Dealer*. Irewimea »nd Agent*. AdTertlalns Rate* la Dally Record-Union. 9n« Square, 1 time $1 00 rtae Square. 1 time*. 1 75 fine Square, 8 times. „ ] 60 Huh additional time. .' 60 1 {- 1 Weeks. I Month Kali Bquare. lit pace U A $J 60 »i 00 Bali Square, Sd page !:i IBS 800 Half Square. 3d pat*.... *> (90 6 00 Half Square. 4th pace. . . • 3 300 iOO go* Square. lit pag...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION: • — ~ — i WaWHESifAT ....SIAKta 18. IS.-.I , Daily Jle«eoroloslcal Becord— Signal sir** ', ire I'nllctl si:ih- Army. Sacramksto, March 1, ISSI~S:C2r. U. s|| || I Xl O~j &_2.| jr. i. |?| cs?s I?- 1:f ail | 3*l £ S° i? 2. \±±2. EL IH-L 11=1 O:yrapia~ 30L36 45 9c| P. 2 U;ht.> .... ?air Portland. 30.41 45 84 S. W. 1 UaM.. .01 Clear Kosebunr'3o.4o:44 ts \g*n jS ear Red Bluff '30.29 S3 01 IT. W. 6 Gatle. .::. C!ear SacramWsO.l»m M N. 16 Brfjk.. .... Cicar ♦3. Fran.j3o.l4 55 81 W. 10 Fr«h ]'*".■■ ♦Visalia.. 30.07 -.v. W-X. W. 2 Light .... Cloudy ... »li Angel. isOrOSly.'l JK>| - |Oum. ....iFalr Max ther., 01. Mm. Thee, ■■- Kiver above low water mark, 20 ft 9 in. • •4.0-2 A. - ■-•■■' NEWS OF THE MRONING. In Sew York yesterday Government bonda were qmttd at 11:23 for * 3 of 1907 ; 100 i for 5a of '--' > 110J for -IS ; sterliag, $1 60@I S2J ; 'silver bars, m ■ ..,;■.;. ..: Silver in London, 52] I ; consols, &9 316 ; 5 i>er cent. United State! bonds,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDHESDAT ....SIAntU 2. 1881 | • ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. ' Metropolitan Theater — Xieida to night. Sacramento and Placerville Railroad— Time-table. Union L"dge, F. ami A. M , to-night. Red Jacket Tribe, Imp'd O. R. M., to-night Lunch and Dinner— At First Baptist Church. Aristos Social Club— First select party. For Sale— Residence and furniture ; P. S. Lawson. | Financial Benefit — To John Dougherty. To Contractors — Proposals invited. Lady Teacher — Desires a position. i* } For Si!e— acres ; Mrs. E. Hednall. ; Scalable— At Westminster Church. Eepublicans Attention— Meeting to-night. | ' Elißiiiess Advertisements. i K. Business transferred to S. Gcrson !: Co. ' W. F. Petei son— Cakes, pies and confections. | 1 Pioneer Box Factor} — Cooke 4 Son. ; John Eitel— Assayer and chemist. | LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . ENGLAND'S JUDGMENT DAY. Lecture of Professor Norton Before the ' Sacramento Literary Institute. Professor Norton delivered the fourth lecture of the present cour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. VEPXE*PA¥ :....MAK«I 2. 1881 PACIFIC COAST. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE liECORD UNION. DISASTER CN THE COLUMBIA. Collision of Steamers and Four Men Drowned. THE DEFENSE IN' THE KALLOCH CASE. Unsuccessful Attempt at Sutclde by a Stockton Woman. SERIOUS SHOOTIiJC AFFRAYS IN ARIZONA. Passengers from the Eastern States by Way of Carlin and Mojave. < AI.IMIKMA. The Kalloch Harder Opening lor the Defense. San Francisco, "March Ist.— ln the trial of youni? Kalloch for the murder of Charles De Young, the defense opened to-day. Great interest was manifested, for the line of de fense has been a fruitful subject of specula tion. Uishton, of oounsel for the defense, in hi* opening, announced his defense to be: First, on technical grounds, the prisoner having been once before placed in jeopardy and discharged, according to the Court records ; second, self-defense ; third, transi tory mania. The counsel expected to prove that from what had before happened and the know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. Bi.>LT FSIOS SR<tIEB-TOI. IT -SO. MM. DAIX> BECOKDBERIES-r~01,.»III-<iO. IMS. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ktercd at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE boramento Publishing Company, WM. a! SILLS, General JUaafer. rvMleatlon Offlcc. Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KEt'OKD-I'MOJI DpabUahed ereir d*f of «*•• week. Sundaj* excepted. For oo« rear 110 00 or atx month* » °° totthra month! ••• •• • 300 tin ooples on« jraar. to one sddress WOO Subscriber* serred br Carrier* at Tw»irrY-Frr» Ourrs per week- In nil interior cities and lawns tfee Kiei can be bad of the principal Periodic** Dealers, •men and Amenta. Ai* rertlilßX Bate* 1b Dally Record-Colon. On.- Square. 1 time |1 00 hoe Square, 1 tlma. 1 75 Da* Sqaare. 3 time*. 1 50 ga.-ih Additional time. l , 50 I Week. I Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, lit pace (150 DN ((00 E5 Square, 3d page 3 50 « 00 100 [all Square, 3d pace t 00 111 6 00 [all Square, 4th pace 100 100 &l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. lItBSPAY MAHCH 3. ISM Dallj Meteorological Eecord— Signal Serv- ; ice tniled Slates Army. Sacrami:.vto, March 2, 1881-8:02 p. M. -o — = .d ; - "'"o ~£ c ■• W sag st ; 1 2&* eT&2 =■ g» IPs fa. P 9 ?il_ J_|| J_ Is. 0ympU..!30.21 44 -■: N.I Ugh* Clear Portland. 130.21 52 57 N. W. 2 Light C ear Rose-,. ! 30.W46 to S .W. 1 Light Clear Redßluff.3o.lS4i; 75 S. 2 Light Clear BKnun'to SoilS 69 70 W. 2 Light Clear ♦1!Fran..!30.17 53 64 N. E. 3 Gentle Cm .Visa!:- 4* M N.I Light. ....Clear »LAncel.|3o.ofil4C 100 Calm.. l ... |Fugsry Max. Ther., C 4. Mm. Thar., 40. Ever above low water mark, 20 ft 7 in. ♦ 4.0-2 A. M. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were qioted at 112} for U of 1907 ; 1001 for 58 of US , 111 for 1& ; sterling, $4 81<a4 ki ; silver bars, 11;;. Silver in London, 525 ; consols, 09 C ; 5 per cent. United State* bonds, 103 J ; 4s, lie} ; 4Js, U4J. In Sin Francisco hall dollars are quoted at i dis- Coast to par Mexican ...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THIUSftAY ..MAKtn 8, ISSI ADVERTISEMENT KEHTION. Metropolitan Theater—" Boccaccio/ Citizens' Committee— To meet this afternoon. Wanted— American or German woman. Attention Republican Sailor Boys— This evening. ■Washington Lodje, F. and A, M.— This evening;. Auction Sale. Sherburn *. Smith— Sale of plants and flowers. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Bridge Repairs.— The repairs to the rail- ] road bridge between Sacramento and Wash ington are now under way, a large number of men being employed upon it. The center pier, upon which .he draw rests, is' found to hare been moved out of position and down stream by the cutting out around the piles and. from the lodgment of floating materials against it, seven and one half inches. The west end of the draw remained in position, and this threw the east end fifteen inches out of line. A platform has been constructed around the pier for the men ta work upon, and to-morrow morning the bridge will be closed to travel, and the draw open...

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