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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIILK4UAT MAECII 3. ISM CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. lowreuHiHP kuom rmsT tage.l Civil Procedure, relating to the writ of prohibition, 'TaiMo appropriate moneys for the payment of I S Belcher, Thomas P. Money and A. C. Free man for%ervice. to the State m preparing bills adapting the Codes to the Constitution-ayes 65, noes 5. 139 to confer powers upon the Supervisors, or other governing holies of counties, cities and count to extend and complete all main and inter cepting sewers heretofore partially constructed "s^B'^roncerning the medical department of the University of California— unanimously. S B 282 to authorize the Boards of Supervisors of the several counties in the State to ; rant fran chises and privileges to corporations, associations or individuals— without dissent. a B '•« »° amend Section 1018 of the Cod« of Civil Procedure, relating to the compensation if executory and adaiiuUtritors. wan read the third time and ordered printed as amended. Sib for S. B...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. I»*U.Y CVIOX SERIES -VOX. IT — JIO. BUS. Bill.' KECOBD SEltlia-»UL. XJ&III— MO. 4339. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Altered at the Post Ogee at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE lacramento Publishing Company. WJf . E. MIIXS, General Jtenacer. rafcUcatlOßi Office, Third it., bet. J and B. THE DAILY BECOKD-r/NIOX bpobllshad every da* of the weak. Sunday* exoepted. for mm rear WJJS for six month*. 5 00 Tor three month* ».-■•• »00 lan oopfw one year, to one address .... (0 00 Bubscjiters served by Carriers at Tw*BTT-«"TVB OBJTTf- Tier wetk. In all Interior cities ani *>wna the ■•per can be had of toe principal Periodic*; Dealers, agirxmcs and Afesta. Art wtrtiitoe Bate* In Dally Kecord-rnlon. (roe Square. 1 Urn. ....$1 00 One Square, 2 time*......... „ 1 75 Doe S<jaare. 3 time*. ISO XMh additional tlm* GO I Week. 1 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, lit page $3 60 $3 SO $$ 00 Half Square, ad page 8 60 OB 8 00 Half Square, M page 3 00 4 SO (00...

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

THE DAILY REGOIjD-UNION, ffktii.M MAgfil 4. 18*« Daily Meteorological Beeord— Signal serv . ice Inlted Stale* Army. SACRAJttSTO, March 3, 1881-8:02 p. M. ~" — =s 513 ~s a « ~f 2 gfl §5 1 ||i| hi c |» I ?2. : 6 P ? ?£f ;IS Ji_ SS. Olympia.. UM 53 "&8 "a 6 Gentle. .... Cloudy PortJand! 29.9155 OS W. 8 Fresh Cloudy ReTniufl aiM 63 "70 ' is. V I Fresh.'. i"! Fair Sacran?to 30.0S 57 75 3.W. 12 Fresh Fair •a Fran 10|5ti 75 N. W. 3 Gentl.-. .... Clear •ViSS" 30 12 45 92 S. K. 2 Light Gear •LAnirel.l3o.llls2 7»l E. 12 Fresh .|....!ciear_ Mix. Ther., 67. Win. Ther., 50. River above low water mark, 20 ft 7 in. •4.02 A.M. Weather Probabilities. Wasiiisoto.l,' March Morning— lndications Pacific oast regions : Fair. For District of Colum bia : Snow followed by clearing, cold weather. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 113; for U of 1907 ; 100* for 5s of 1881 Uli for 4js ; sterling, %i 81(34 E3J ; silver bars, 113. Silver In London, B2Jd ; consols, 99 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FBI PAY ■■:... ....MAIUU 4. 1881 &BVET;TISEMENT MENTION. . ; / ' Metropolitan Theater— Madame Favart— English Opera. To — Elegant suit of furnished rooms. Situation wanted by a your? woman. To let— A four-room frame bouse. . Republican City Central Committee meeting to night. F resale— A horae and newspaper routes. . Acknowledgments — Managers of Protestant Or phan Asylum. Grand concert by Sacramento Harmonic Club. Citizens' Convention to-morrow. Democratic City Convention this afternoon. Auction Sale. Et!l k Co.— of furniture, etc , to-day. Business AdvertiireaaeEta. Money to loan -Peter BohL K. Stone & Co.— Saddlery, hirnes3, etc. Ktlley's patent revolving scraper, Charles Zeiticr— Extra inducements m hardware. Adams, JlcNtill i Co.— Alden Fruit Dryer. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. County Apportionment. — County Su perintendent C. E. Bishop has apportioned the public school funds for Sacramento county to the general school districts accord ing to law, giving ...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, JK10AY.... ....... ..... .....HABCn 4, l*sl PACIFIC COAST. LAST SIGHT'S DISPATCHK3 TO THE RECORD UNION. THE KALLOOH MUfiDEE TEIAL. Efforts to Prove that Da Young Fired the First Shot. ROBBERY CF IHE PEST-HOUSE AT MEKCED Marysvllle Suffering from an Attacn or the Walking Craze. PAIIFir CtCB tOIBSIX*. MEKTIMJ. rews from Nevada, Oregon, Washington Territory and British Columbia. CALIFORNIA. I The Walloeh Caoe-r Hurt* to Trove thsl I De Yonn; fired First. ' San Francisco, March 3d.— ln the Kal loch trial this afternoon 1). F. Hampton tes tified that he heard a shot, then went to the window of the Chronicle office, when he saw Kalloch draw a pistol and fire five shots. J. H. Ulemetshaw detailed the (hooting as he did on the preliminary examination, the main point being that De Young fired first The Pedestrian Crane Attack* Marysvllle — Burglary. Marysviixb, March Si.-A fifty-hour go a--you please pedestrian match between J. 1 . Eatou of Red Bluff and S. .T. Murdoc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD- UNION. DAILY nOH SERIES— VOL. H Si). !KJ.:«. DAILY Ki;< OU1» SERIE.V- VOL. Will -.No. 434 J. INAUGURATED. The National Capital Fall of Bustle and Activity. STORMY GPEKISS OF THE DAY. ; Streets " Thronged with Men, Women and Children. THE INAUGURAL CEREMONIES. • Full Text of the Address of Presi . dent Garfield. HEARTY WELCOME TO GEN. HANCOCK. Scenes and Incidents In Connection with ;' the Affair. ISPKCIAL BY TSUKKAm TO THE RECORD-UNION.] Washington, March 4th. — It rained and p 1 wed at intervals all la3t night, and at 9a. m. was snowing rapidly, but at this hour (10 o'clock) the clouds are working away and the sun is shining. All Washington was out at ;.n early hoar, notwithstanding the storm, and men, women and children were hurrying through the snow and slush from every di rection—all intent on reaching Pennsylvania avenue to witness the inauguration proces sion, or to the Capitol, to be present at the exercises to take place there. Darin? the entire n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 March 1881

AGRICULTURAL. MATTER PREPARED SPECIALLY FOR THE " RECORD - UHIOH." Raked Bo'J and Wheat— Alfalfa on the Sac ramento — The Wool Show In Londoa— Etc. This has been an exceptional season with wheat farmers. The fall was a splendid one for putting in early grain, but past experi ence in very early sowing made the farmers feel a little doubtful about the propriety of sowing their grain very early. They had had so many checks by drought after wheat was sown and out of the ground, that they pre ferred waiting till the danger of drought was more certainly passed. Thin prudent disposi tion caused a delay in 6owing the rammer fallowed land till rather later than usual, and till rain sufficient had fallen to Boften land in tended for winter fallowing sufficiently for cultivation. WheD this time arrived the summer-fallowed land was yet uuowd, aud had to be put in before work cjuld te begun at the winter plowfog proper. Even belore the summer-fallow work was out of the way there came so much wat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 March 1881

THE M AJOR'S VALEDICTION. The Major an a sunshiny day in the main street «f Ballykillrowdy waa pleas ant to behold. Ho waa not strictly a handsome man. perhaps, but he had the air of being • handsome man— an air of so much nonchalance and good-humored tri umph that it imposed on most people and sent them away with the notion that the Major was an Adonis. He had one of the grandest figure* I remember to have seen. Strength sat side by side with grace on his broad shoulders, and the carriage of his head wai in itself a sort of wonder of high temper and vivacity. Hi« mustaches took a splendid downward sweep ; his hat rak»d a little ; the tips of the ringers of his left hand entered his trousers pocket; his right hand bore a cane, which de scribed, as it were of its own volition, circles and segments t>f circles. He took hia way ■■r ti »g, and his bright gray eyes aijii faultless teeth made his tace look as gay :'.; sunshine. This, when I come to look -t it, reads like the descriptio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 March 1881

THE DAILY KECORD-UNION. 5mitDAT. ... .'.:.: :.};..;;;. mabcd 5.1881 Bally Meteeroloßlcal Record- Slenal Serf • : tee United Slates Army. "-; ■ 'T. Bacrame-vto, March 4, 1881— 8:02 p. a. — ■ •■■2-' - B 3 SS -si, C >: Off L - " m I? i mi Fin if :1° ?a_ ?_£ fll :gf 5 35. 1ympia..|30.1142 91 S. K. 3 Gentle. .05 Lt. rain Portland. 30.20 47 76 S. 7 Fresh.. .01 Cloudy Rose burg 30.33 46 95 3. W. 3 Gentle. .05 Clear Bed Bluff I ...:. .. ... .-...V.. ....... .... ........ Sacram'to 30.08 59 4* N. 4 Gentle .... Clear ' ♦S. Fran.. 30.15 52 79 W. 12 Fresh Clear ■•Visalia. . 30.0S 50 100 N. W. 8 Fresh.. .. . 1 Clear «LAngel. 30.04|51 79 ..■■■■■ Calm.. .... Clear Max. Ther., 62. Mm. Then, 47. River above low water mark, 20 ft 6 in. •4.02*. «.•-.-■-■ -' ■ | ______ NEWS OF THE MORNING. In Sew York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 112$ for Is of 1907 ; 101 for 5s of 1881; 111$ for 4;,; sterling, U bl@4 63}; silver bare, 1 1:5. * : .-^.uL/i^- Silver : .i, London, 52Jd ; consols, 99 16 ; 5...

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

,THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. :5ATC8PAy...................MAKC11 5. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Matinee and evening. Philharmonic Society — Sacred grand concert. Washington Lodge, F. and A. M.— Sunday after • noon. I | ■;■- :;- > .•/, ' Handsomely furnished rooms in San Francisco. Republican City Convention, this afternoon. Democratic City Convention, this afternoon. Officers of First Artillery -Meeting this evening. Wanted— Situation as nurse or housekeeper. A. O. V. W.— Union Lodge this evening. Sacramento Commandery— Annual Assembly to night. Auction Sale. Shurburn & Smith— Furniture, oar] -a?, etc., to day. ■ m ■ Business Advertisement*. Hotel Langham, corner Fourth and L streets— ■new feature. Grualer's Saloon— Boca and Sicrarnento beer. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. EiJSOCRATIO CONVENTION. John Q Brown Nominated for First Trns " tee of Sacramento. The Democratic City Convention was held ye»teri':iy at Grand Army Hall at 2 p. m. Matt F. Johnson called to order and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 March 1881

THE DEBRIS QUESTION. Speeds of air. McClure, Delivered Monday Evening, February 28tn. '* The Assembly having S. B. 27 under consideration, Mr. Mcilure spoke as follows : In discussing this great question we mint neces sarily deal with two classes of problem* : First, the practical or engineering problems ; second, the politico economical problems. I. The measure now under discussion proposes to repeal a law passed at the last session of the Legisla ture, to meet, as was supposed, a great public neces sity. In reviewing the field of practical or engineer ins inijifiry we are to a»k : . I in ) Was there ever a necessity for the passage of that A'" i What was it, and does that necessity still exibt t ■ (6.) -an this great engineering problem be solved ? (c. lines this law put in operation proper mv . chinery for its solution f If we c m answer these queries in the affirmative, we must conclude, then, that the drainage law ■mould stand at it is, unieis some grave objection can be fcund ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 March 1881

THE DEBRIS QUESTION. Speech of Mr. McClure, Delivered Monday Evening, February 28tb, ' ■ ■■■-.•■ The Assembly having S. B. 27 under consideration, Mr. MeUure spoke as follows : In discussing this great question we mutt neces sarily deal with two classes of problem* : First, the practical or engineering problems ; second, the politico-economical problems. T. The measure now under discussion proposes to repeal a law passed at the last session of the Legisla ture, to meet, as wad supposed, a great public neces sity. In reviewing the field of practical or engineer ing inqinry we are to ask : > ■:."-•-• " (a ) Was there ever a necessity for the passage of that Act? What was it, and does that necessity still exist? (6.) Can this great engineering problem be solved ? (c.) lines this law put in operation proper ma . chinery for its solution? If we cm answer these queries in the affirmative, we must conclude, then, that the drainage law should stand a* it is, unless some grave objection c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 March 1881

DAILY RECORD-UNION. - >■—-<—•■■- r ost Office at fill Mil II aecaad c_ ~s matt ar PUBLISHED BY . THE tooramento Publishing . Company, . *nt. ■. JULIA, General Manager. «*»feUiat,or. Office, Third »t., bet. J mud K. THE DAILY KEt'OCIMfXIOX b poMlebad nary day of the weak. Bandar* exosptsd. Jot 0t>dfe_. ;.*,......,.,...,......,......;•,.•.. 513 00 For <U mo: tin. S 00 Foi three _»t_ „..-• 300 Mn oopiea one rear, to one addles ..30 00 BttbKriben nerved by Carrion at Iw»jm4Tr»» (kin per week. In ail Interior cities _£ '»™ ~» Biper as be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. •wuc_ end Ajfi-ntt AdTcrlUißK —tie* la Dally Beeerd-CBlem. Squar*, 1 tune.... • •} £2 tee Square, 1 tans*. J jj> -9_&q_re, 5 times • ................... I CO __ additional 11-oa. 80 I Week. * Weeks. 1 Month gal/ Square, lut *•«• «60 *5 CO *5 00 Half Scrairo. 8J page '50 6 00 8 00 Salt Sonar;, M pace 100 ID 6 00 Half &iui-— 4— page 100 100 100 Onegmire, ' irttxue- 360 .100 700 sn. Squarr! 3d ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 March 1881

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. TWKXTV-FOURTH SESSION- SIXTY-FIKST DAY. SKVITE. S wramestg, March 4, 1881. The Senate met at 10 a. m., President Mansfield in the chair. Roll called. Quorum present. Mr Travlor moved to take up Assembly messages. Carried. T4 The Secretary read the amendments of the Sen ate to the school bill A. B. ::*i>), upon which the Assembly refused to concur. • On motion of Mr. Kowell the Senate refused to recede from its amendments. Mr. Davis moved that a committee of free confer nice bs appoint d. Carried. The Premidknt appointed Messrs. Davis, Hill and Wendell on the committee. Other Assembly messages were read and acted upon. .'■"■■ The Committee on Contingent Expenses made various reports, which were acted upon by the .Senate. . ' . A. B. 483, to facilitate the equalization of assess ments in reclamation districts (by Mr. Baker), earns up as the special order of the Hour, and was final. y passe '. A. B. 475, to amend an Act entitled an Act to es tablish a. Politi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 March 1881

, • MIT i IT.VIO.f . ■KVIEK-TAI,. IT — Jf O. I !>.:«. OAIII KEtOUU SER!i> -»OL. XAIII-\O. 4341. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. tiered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento ; Publishing Company. WM. H. HIXU, General Manager. r*Mie»Uom O «c«. Third it., bet. J and K. , THE DAILY BECOED-ITHIOM topabaahed «re«» dare* the weak. Bandan exoepted. for one /«*r.. ........•.••••••• ...••i.~..1...t10 00 Wat ill month*. 5 00 : for three memtht -•,... 3 00 tea oopfae on* fear, to one addreee 60 00 Subscriber! wmd br Carrier! at Tw»htv-Ft. i Don par woek. In all Interior eiUaa and towng th* Piper can be had of the principal Periodical TTinlci. MnmeauidAgenti. - . „ Ad rerttUng Bate* la Daily Kee»rd-Cntoa. Square, 1 time. ....,,.,...,...,., t , ,.,„,, ,..11 00 has Square. 1 time*. „ 1 78 one Square, S Umec , 1 to Sac-i additional time.. , *,»,. 50 ■ - lWeak. IWeaka. lHonth I laii Square, lft pace (3 50 UN H 00 US Square, »d pare ISO (OS T 00 Ulf Square,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UN iON. MOjl SAY .. ■ • ..:•■■■ ■ ••• - v. . MAKCH 7, 18SI Dally Meteorological Kccord— Signal Serv- Jfgiß* ice I' i«lted Stales 'Army. ' *'. ' Sacramento, March C, 1881-8:02 r. M. *■ - ■ \>- a»■ c--a ■- rr e g S-' Hi p i I lit §il g |- • ■?■« Fa. P ??« _:_=.% a as. o-irmt h 23 87 17 £0 W. 3 GeDtie. :.07U.rain'; :S|iiiiMl| •viaJi* 29.99 44 84 S. K. 3 Geotle. .... Clear, . "L^geii 23.?«|45 84 Calm:. .:: Ciarv Max Ther . «5. Mm. Ther.. 46. ; River above low "**• lne ' water mark, SO ft 6 in. - ♦4.03 A.M. ' ■■■-■•--■- - ■-•- ■-'"> 4«.:. ■:-■■■■■ Weather Probabilities. Washington, March 7th— Morning.— Indications for Pacific coast . regiots : Fair.* In i. California : Cloudy or partly cloudy -weather, with occasional rain ia the northenwiiArict. .-.■•- .. •:■ NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted »t IW (or 4s ol 1907 ; 101 for 5s of 1S81 ; lllj for 4J3 ; sterling, $4 BJ@4 83i ; Elver bars, US. Silver in London, 62d ; consols, 99 51...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. M0X0AT.....................MiAncn :. 18S1 : ADVERTISEMENT MLNTICN. Metropolitan Theater— Benefit of John Dougherty. Republican ratification meeting to-night. Republican ticket for municipal officers. Citizens' ticket nominees to city offices, Democratic Citizens', ticket— city officers. A What's up? - '' Ttuania Lodge, F. and A. M., to night. Republican City Central Committee meeting this evening. Ancient Order of Foresters this evening. - Sacramento Buildinsr and Loan Association. ... : • Attention, Exempts— this evening. ' - Business Advertisements. '■..'. A. J. Reim«rs 4 Co.-Choice groceries. Eed House— New spring stock. F. F. Tebbets, dentist, 527 \ i street. J. A. Cunningham— Boiler and iron works. Creed Haymond, attorney-at-law. T. D. Scriver, Pioneer livery stable. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CI.'IZBNb' CONVESTION. Nominations for City Officers Hade on i Saturday. The Citizens' Convention met pursuant to call Saturday at 2r.M. at Pioneer Hall. J. K. Watson cal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UMOff, MO\»AY WAKtn 7. I8»l PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. The new Methodist church at Colusa cost 617,000. Manzanitas are m bloom in the moun tain counties. The Mono county Court-house will be finished March 15th. A herd of 300 mountain bison recently came into North Park, CoL The cars are on the way for the Albu querque, N. Mm street railway. A Santa Cruz gardener exhibited cucum bers fit to eat on February 25th. A cave filled with rubies or garnets has been discovered in the Greenhorn Range, Col. Dr. Gildea of San Diego has a Royal Mino bird, said to be the only one in the State. Tichtnor, the Calistoga wizard, con tinues his labors with his pactolian springs. The apportionment of school money for the county of Sonoma amounts to over <?.->o,ooo. A new town has been started at the lower end of Santa Maria Valley, called St. Petersburg. The Georgetown (Col.) Courier predicts that the yield of Clear Creek county for the present year will reach $4,000,000. A corps of A. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 March 1881

Di.IJ,T PJSIOH i SEUInS-Tal. IT — MO. 9.* m. •AIL? S ZCO&D SEKIE3 -fi>t,. X*!l I— O. 434*. THE DAILY RECORD-UK IPX. 1 Vteied at the Post Office at Sacramento as lecond class matter PUBLISHED BY THE . Sacramento Publishing Company. WH, H. MILLS, General Manager. ' Publication Offlee, Third it* bet. J and K. THE 3 All I KECOSD-USIO ' : Ofibl'sbad. ererr iv ot tlu mak, Sundaji exceptod. For on* jet • ....flO 00 Par »1j month*. - 5 00 rorihrae moots* .j.-.j 3 00 tan copies on* rear, to«me addrea ........00 00 Bat*erlban lervsd by Oarrlen at Twihtv-CTvz DKSTt r«r weak. In all interior oitiej and towni tie EineT can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealem ersimen and Agent*. .-,- ->:■■.:....,.:::..-■-.;. AdTertlflßK Bate* la Dally Reeord-lnlon. One Square, 1 Ume...............................tl 00 E Square. 1 timea. 1 78 Dae Square, 9 time* , I 60 Sa<& additional tima. „,,. ■ ISO 1 Week. IWeeki. 1 Month gill Square, lit page...... (3 60 $3 50 $5 00 2..:- c. »re, 3d page...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 3tE*»Al'...- •- MUKCH B.IBBJ NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bends were quoted at 11JJ for It of 1907; 101 for 5s of 1S81; 111- In 4i* ; sterling, 81 SIJSi £4 ;' salver bare, 113. v ; ■', ; .., ,■.:..:■'; .'-..-.-.:^'-<r*^£ie& 1 Silver in London, 61 Id ; consols, 99 3-1S ; 5 per eeut. ; United States bonds, 1031 ; *&> H7| ; 4£s IHJ. • 1 In San Francieco heX dollars are quoted at i dis ' ■c'jnnt to par ; Mesioa dollars, 00@90ic. - \ ■ " At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s Cd ■ g9s lCd for Rood to choice California. Mining stocks opened quiet in San Francisco yes terday morning. . Values generally were lower than :on Saturday. . There was as much business a; the informal as at the regular session. ~. >\ : . f . Boston capitalists are trying to make San Diego a rival if San Francisco. A toM highway robbery was committed in Chi cago Sun Jay tyfct. 1 . . ; sizl/i ;-.; -';■■ :'. ■[ ' : The snow blockade continues in ...

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