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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 March 1881

THE DAILY] RECQRD : UNION. TiE58AT. . : : . ... : ... ..... . . . . 11* El II 8.1881 ADVEETI3EHEHT BU.NTION. ITo the Voters of Sacramento City, v: O.icord Lodge, F. and A. M., to-night. British Mat Benefit and Social Society. A Part Record A gain** Hew Promises. Piano Wanted— To Rent or relate. Ranch for Site— E. Grant, Penryn, California. Card— From G. J. Cross. Auction Sale. Bell & Co., general sale next Saturday. Business Advertisements. Sheep Sbears— Hantington, Hopkins & Co. A. Leonard— lnsurance and Real Estate. Tom>\ Oyster and Chop Boon. J. B. Klune— Watchmaker and Jeweler. . W. R. Strong & Co.— Commission Merchants. M T. Brewer & Commission Merchants. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOARD OF CITY TETJSTEES. The Board of City Trustees met yesterday at 10 a. M , for its usual session, all the members present. The minutes of the lest meeting were read and approved. H. M. Bernard appeared before the Board in relation to opening of Eighteenth . street, from S to T streets...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UN I£N; TCESBAY »ABtjß».l«a GENERAL NEWS. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. lOQROnaD KBOM MBST PAOE.I ber of all kinds at this port during the year 1880 were 1,564,000.000 feet. 1 The Ballroad Question — Judge Black " Answered. '■' New : York, March j Bth— a. , m.— Albert Pink publishes the following ;in the World, in answer to Judge Black : "In the ex planation given by Judge : Black in your lßßue of March 2,1881, of hi? estimate of rail road extortion, showing bow he arrived at the marvelous results commented j upon in my former communication, he made an addi tion of 8225,006,000 to bis former estimates for the item of robbery committed on local freight, which had been omitted in the report of his tpeech before I the f Anti-Monopoly League on February 21st — really esti mating the total robbery at $900,000,000 during the year. The robbery of ■ course would be somewhat less in yearn in which business was not so heavy as in 1880." ; After a satirical allus...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 March 1881

o*.*t,T rv:c:« SEEIE9-YOL. it— ho. 9339. DAUT UECOBDSERie^-ITOLt Xtlll- NO. 4::i:t. DAILY RECORD-UNION. .- >it«^ at tte Test Qgig at Sacramento at second diss matter PUBLISHED BY THE tocramsiito ■ Publishing Company. TTH. 2. Mills, General Manager, raMteatUa Cfllee, Third St., bet. J »ad K. THE DAJLT ■ECOBD-rSIOI tspsbUabad orar d»r o( the week. Sand»fi except**. For ona y«ar. ..,',............•••••••<•'••••••• ....510 00 for «tx month* ■ 5 00 For ttneo month* ......!.•.-. 3 00 «n eoplea one year, to one adorm •'..-00 00 dabacrfiMn ierred br Curlers it Twwrrr-FrM ; Obsts per nit In »ll Interior citlM and towns the Hpsr cm be b&d of the principal Periodic** Dwlen. M«wna«n>ndA«enti.. ; Adrertaias Sate* lm Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 time..... .................. '......11 00 Simm, 3 time*. 1 75 pneS}B»re, 3 times. , 1 10 laoh additional tim*. ............ „ - 50 1 Week. 1 Weeks. . : Month Hair Square, lit pw« |J 60 13 60 t5 00 Szlt Square, page 380 * (08 800 K»lf a-j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 March 1881

THE DAILY RECOKD-UNIO^ WEDXiaPAY:.".".'...'. : .".T:. : .;'.aAßtno;.iiwi Dally Meteorological Kecord-Slgnal eery *: Ice InHcil Slates Array •l' r :^J^:l BACRAMtNTQ, : March 8, 1881-8:02 p. it. " S S^l «~~"? ? f 1 ?i?|«r. IS i I lit 111 ■'£ ;&•.■ ;•■«: 3s- Pa I j£M :=S ? IS. ,; j o : o sv: <r-e • o-H -3 ; *i ••■ Pomi'.ld. 29".4544 80 's.'is' Fresh.". ".24 Haiy"' Rose bunr 29.59 42 "■> S. 8 Fresh.. .11 Cloudy • Eedß'r 24.63 53 80 S. IS Brisk.. .01 Cloudy Sicram'to -29.03 54 87 S. 10 Fresh.. .03 Cloudy •3 Fran. -2(.53j5:i 73 S. . 3 Gentle. .... Clear - •Vtaalia.. 29.80 40 92 W. 1 Light.. .... Clear ; : / ♦L Ange1.!29.9i150 86 N. E. C Fresh.. ..;. Cloudy Max. Ther., 62. Jim. Ther., 47. 5 River above low water mark, 20 HO in. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 113J for 4s of 1907 ; 101 for 5s of 1881; 111! for 4Js; sterling, $4 olj(g4 84 ; silver bars, 1121 --. Silver In London, 611 d ; consols, 03 310; 6 per cent. United State* i bonds, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORIHJKIOy. WFJ>XEBD^T MARCH 9. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT '-■■ MXKTION. ' Metropolitan Theater— A. Stevens. ■ I'hilhinnonic concert to-night— "Athe'ie." Found— Pair of spectacles. ■ [ To let — House on X street. - For sale— Brewery— Majdaleca Ochs. East Park Association— Meeting of stockholders. ■ French Hotel for sale— People's Savings Bank. State Treasury— count of funds. 1 Union Lodge, F. and A. M.— This evening. " Easiness Advertisements. Carl Strobel— Paying hotel for sale. : Steinwaj & Sons' pianos -A. Herman. ■ Tremont Hotel— L. Kumle, proprietor. Gruhler's saloon— and Sacramento beer. | LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TEE ELECTION. In the . municipal election in Sacra mento yesterday,'' although closely con tested and earnest fffyrt* were apparent on all sides, there were no conflicts nor disturb ances so far .'- as known, ' and the occasion passed off very quietly. ' : The challengers at the several polling-places kept their stations and watch with commendable zeal from the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, WSB9IB4U.Y MAECH 9. 1881 CALIFORNIANS TO BE WEDDED. A Great Banker's ■ Daughter to be Lea to the Altar— California Journalist as i : : a Second Benedick. ■ lSpccial Correspondence of the Rkcoki) Usiok.J ;. ; - : ; §■-■ New York, Febrnary 26, 1881. : As wedlock is always a subject in which a great many people are interested,' I have thought it well to inform you of a brace of approaching marriages- that should partic ularly concern Californians, ; because the bride that is to be in one of the instance, and the bridegroom '■ in the other, are closely identified with the Golden State.. Tcey are notable on account of the promi nence of the parties involved, as well as from the tact that in both cases there is a conspicuous difference of years. ? I believe that, although these weddings \ have been contemplated for several || months,- ■ the knowledge of the . circumstance has ' but just come to the * public, and J possesses, therefore, the chain of novelty, added t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 March 1881

£'!P *<SH"f «BRIfS-T«l, iv-so. . saw. BAIL, U.:i jKOs£UIU»-tUj.< XUII-.10. 4UH:. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. *«cred»t the PowOScc at Sacramento as tecon J cli« matter PUBLISHED BY TUB feoramßnto I Publishing ■; Company, WM. H. HELM, Central Manager, ! FvbUcatlcß Offlee, Third it., bet. J and K. T3JS DAILY BECOKD-EinOM bpoUbbed erary 4*7 ot U» we«k. Sunday* exospted. F«roosjaM ...........................{lO 00 got six month*. • 6 00 For Uuee months «».-t SOO In ec^lsf os« year, to one address 00 00 Sabeeribsn terred br Curlers at : Twsxtt-Tttb ton per week. In all Interior cities and Sown* the {•per eta Iw had of the principal Periodic*; Dealer! Jiemmen ami Ajontt. AArtrtUtm Bate* la Dally Bec*rd-Dal*m. Bns Square. 1 time.. ■••■•••.•••■•••••■•.. ...$1 00 An* Square. 5 time*. 1 75 Oat Sju»r<i, 3 time*. , 1 50 fees additional tim*. „. iit - 10 I Week. IWnii IMonth lalf Square. lc-.p*z* f2 GO «3 50 ft DO Half Square. »d page 8 50 (00 i 00 Ma!f Square Sd page t 00 tM (00 lalf Square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIHKiDAY .MAECII 10, I«JI ■—■—■- """ — — — ( Dally Meteorological Sccord-Slgnal Serv •'"ice Tniled States Army. : Sacrahbsto, March O, ISSI-S:O2 T. X. . •..'■' -a- -c --c ■■-'■5~f~~5~ m si is in § ii .:! ?a fz ? f ?-*! : °-° a • -SS.- . . :portlSd: ffl'.Soib «**""♦ ££*• : •Sg'C. ' Rose ■• -23 92 ! 40 91 Calm.. .04 U. Rain Bedßluß"i>:w4-' 79 E. 5 Gentle. .12 Clear, ; ; e^tTm^ -29 9147 77 3 W. 7 Fresh.. .46 Fair , i ; ?fFr^^?3 45 KR.W.tßßriik .... Threat* •VTnJtaV.' ">■>■•;<■■■' 79 S. E. 4 Gentle U. Rain »L Angel! a.Ba]so 86 .NT: E. 2 Light.. ■■■■ Lt. Ram Mix. Ther 68. Mm. Ther., 43. River above low ' water mark, 20 ft 6 in.;-; •4.02 A. M. . : - ..-- .-■ "- :.' : - .:-•. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 1131 lor Is of 1907; ICO3 for Es of 1881; UIl for 4J*; sterling, *4 61<g4 82J ; silver bare, 112}. : Silver in London, sU'l ;'' consols, 00 7-1 C; 5 per cent. United States bonds, \ 103J ; . 4s, 1103 ;4}» ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Till U5DAY......... ...... MARtll 10. 18fll ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— " Unknown"— J. A. Stevens. Knights of the Red Croea this evening Imp. O. R M. —Red Jacket Tribe to-night. Washington relief— Howards. Imp. O. R. Jl— Owoeso Tribe thij evening. I. O. O. F.— Sacramento Lodge this afternoon. N. S. G. W.— Funeral notice this afternoon. Buslnesa Adverticementa. Homes for sale— Cadwaladcr & pursoiw. Louis Leloy— Wines, liquors, cigars, etc. Grove L. Johnson— Attorney at law. . LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Merchandise Report. — The following freight passed Ogden for Sacramento on the 7th : For W. A. & C. S. Houghton, 1 case books, 1 luudle paper ; Hall, Luhrs & Co., 10 boxes and 5 packages tobacco ; Whittier, Fuller & Co., 1 bale paper hangings ; A. Hey man, 2 boxed pianos ; 11. Stone & Co., 1 box dry goodl ; Kjoth & Co., 45 butts tobacco ; H"i;. Hayes, 2 boxes stamped ware ; Biker & Hamilton, 32 boxes hardware ; J. M. Weid mn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 March 1881

TggjJAILY RECORD-UNION, TaiißSnW MAKCU 10. 1881 PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. Nevada City reports a case of lockjaw. . Auburn is to have a six- day pedestrian match. The Visaha races last month were . a failure. Benton, Montana, is to have a Baptist church. The Ojai valley it crowded with health seekers. Wheat worms are injuring the crops near San Juan. The Santa Clara town elections occur on April 4th. Lectures on Utah geology are in progress at Salt Lake. Coal has been found . at Big Meadows, riamas county. The Santa Barbara Art Loan Exhibition netted about $500. Another fine fish-pond has lately been made at Grass Valley. s „ Wm. Sechnist, of Denver, Col., was killed by a Jersey ball last week. The Calaveras Advartiger ■ has been con solidated with the Galareras Citizen. " The new register at the Vancouver Land Office, W. T., is but three feet seven inches high. : :* '<-'" ■■y- - ■■-.-■".' :--.:v;. --"Rents at Aspen, Co!., are very high, a house. 20 by 30 feet, commanding 3100 per mont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 March 1881

DAILY rviOK SERIES LT— SO. 9341. DAILY KZXOKD *KittEA~« ©L, XAHI-.VO. «**■>. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. btercd it the Poet Oificcat Sacramento 1 1 -™i class .-natter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento . Publishing Company. WI. H. HILLS, General Manager. ' rmtlieaUam ©ate*, Third St., bet. J and K. THE BAITY BECOKD-EXIOIT tsrabUsbed •ferr<l»7O* tkowe«k.Band»y» ezoepted. fptooerMr ...................$lO 00 fat til months. 6 00 foitiiroe month*... „,., 3 00 tin eopfo* on» 78»r, to one address mli to 00 Subscribers «nt br Carriers at T»i«TI-Tm NTs per nek. In ail Interior cities anil towns the taper oao be had of th* principal Periodical Dealers. ■emmen and Agents. Adrertbla* Kate* ta Dally Retortl-rnion. Ac* Square, 1 time... ....«l 00 pat Square, 1 times. 1 75 ■Be Square, 3 times. , I 50 leak additional tin*. SO ' I Week. IWeaka. 1 Month gait Square, pace (3 ISO l«i $3 00 B*:i *]narp, 9d paie 3 B0 (0B 100 Kilf Square, Sd page 3 00 IM 8 00 Half Square. 4th pace 1 OS t 00 « 00 Due Square. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FKISAY.. ...........MAECn 11. ISM Bally Meteorological Eeeord-Sl^ual gen- Ice rntted Males Array. : Sacsjuuoito, March 10, 1881-8:02 p. m. ~v ta~3~ts o »■■= g|S 2 ?H *a i § I*? ? a * = 8 5 m I* I lin S«I i %<> : ■■?&: : a I ? <J£_ iJi±. _i£i &a: M.CS is 70 "as" Fred.'.'. ':62 jwi : V: Rose burg 3 46 92 3. W. 2 Light.. .... Fair . Red Bluff 30.18 47 63 i W. 3 Gentle .... Clear fcacram'to 30.2119 78 ....... Calm. Clear •5 Fran .10 n 4C f,2 W. 5 Gentle. .... Clear ; »Vis»!ia 0. 01141 PIS E. 2 Light.. .... Fair •L Angel. 129 »9i46 Cgl E. 4 Oentie ■■■■ Clear Max. Ther., 5J.' Mm. Tbcr., 39. River above low water mark, 20 ft 7 in. -4.02 a. M. - . ■ . Weather Probabilities. ::i<rro3, Marc* 11th— Morning.— for Pacific coast regions : Generally fair weather. - NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 1131 tor 4a of 1807 ; ICOI for 5s ct 1881 ; mi for *H; sterling, $4 80J@4 83} ; silver ban, r»u. ■ ' . ":, ' ...:' Sl...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 March 1881

THE -DAILY RECORD-UNION. FBI :£T . . : .. . . . . . . .?/.'. . . M.1 1U'11 11/uWI" 43VEETI6EMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— "Unknown," to-nlsht. Columbian Lodge, K. of P.— evening. . Red Jacket Tribe, Imp. O. R. M.— to nicht. Free Lecture this evemog— Educational Institute. Wanted a situation— general housework. , Notice— Estate of Margartt Leitzingcr, deceased. SacnßH >ito Division, S. of T. — Social to-nght. Aristoi* party— to night. ; Eri-.li-csa Advertisemeati. . Hale Bros. & Co.— card. National Gold Barik— D. O. Mills & Co. " Boss" coffee pot, at 414 X street. - ] Cirl Strobe!— wants Texas Und scrip, etc. Common sense stew pan— Hobby 4 Smith. Time table— Boat line to DivisviUe. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. The -ion of the Board of Supervisors was resumed yesterday. All the members pretest. The reading of the minutes was dis penseJ with, and business was transacted as folio : The hearing of a petition for a new road in District No. 37 was taken up and...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FEIOAT MABCH 11. 1881 A RAILROAD CONDUCTOR'S STORY. " Yes " said the conductor, biting off the tip of a cigar and slowly scratching a match on his leg, "I've seen a good deal of railroad lite that's interesting and excit ing in the . twenty I y eara that 1I ye been twisting brakes and slamming doors for a living. \" '« '"•_ , * ?r j? „ "I've seen all kinds of sorrow and all kinds of joy— 3een the happy bridal couple starting out on their wedding tour, with th 3 bright and hopeful future before them, and the black-robed mourner •on • her way to a new- made i grave, wherein ' she must bury the idol of her lonely old heart. "Wealth and pinching poverty ride on the same train, and the merry laugh of tha joyous, healthy child is mingled with the despairing sigh of the aged. * The great an tipodes of life are familiar to the conductor, for every day the extremes of the world are meeting beneath his eye. "I've mutilated the ticket of many a blackleg and handled- the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY r\IOX r REEIES-VOL. K.T— B«. »34». DAILY BEt'OUDSEKIEa— VOL. Will >o. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. fct -it -i at the Post Office at Sacramento as second dv matter i ' . piißLian>.n BY THK is!jmmento PublisMng Company, h. B. HELLS, Ccseral Manager, . r«kUe«tl«BOQMi Third •!.. bet. J and K. THE DAILY BECORU-C.IIOX (a pmbUjbed ererr 4*7 at the week. .Sundays exeepted. for one rear ..-................'....... ....tlO 00 ?ort4x months. '-^ — ■ ■ i iii 500 roriiirea a.oc'-b«..... ..........<...•, 300 J»-j ccpiei one rear, to one addreea .90 00 - Babrcrfben »or»ed l,» OuTlir* nX Twy»TY-Try« Acs:* pet week. In ail Interior cities &□£ jvus the tun can he had of the priiicii»i Periodic** Dealer*. mr srtL2c-n acft Amenta. . . : iduKU!i( Bate* !■ Dally Oecorit-I'nlon. Ona»ju»«, 1 Hme.;.,.,......... .11 00 «mo 3qa«re, I Umm. „. 1 76 O-.J » Square, S Ume«....... t SO t-ah tiouai time. 60 I Week. ITTorY*. 1 Month [all Uqoam, lit pate {3 50 il SO *J 00 I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 March 1881

AGRICULTURAL. HATTER PREPARED SPECIALLY FOB THE "RECORD -UMON." Forest Destruction and Culture— A Sensa tion Among the Fork Dealers— Cultivation of the Olive. Much has been written by the best think ere of the past and present on the import ance of keeping np the forests of the world either by the encouragement of natural growth of timber in forests or by the artificial culture of such timber in plantations. The influence of such forests on climate and consequent produc tions of a country have been the theme of many a writer on natural economy in all ages. These writers have but rec Jided the lessons of nature in these respects. The prevalence of forests and the lack of them have had much to do with the fertility and the barrenness not only of States or sections of & ( ur;try but of whole continent?. The vigor, intelligence and even the pros perity of the people of all countries have always been more or less dependent oa the prevalence of forests or the lack of then?. Without ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 March 1881

SPORTING COLUMN. IB AND OUTDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND • GAEIS CULTTJBE. . The Field, Fange, Track, Course, Cue, King, Stream, Sail, Car,'? rap, Xeiinel and Stable. Chess is Parts.— Deciding game be tween Messrs. Rosenthal and Cierc. in the French National Tourney : '. _ SICILIAN [UUnUHJBa White. Slack. U Rosentha!. M. Clerc. 1-PSt S-QKtBS :-OKtB3 2-Q *■< I' S— PKKtt 4~BKt XK 2 tS ' 4 .; 4-BKti tiffs 11 " t£lp^3 13 7-BK3 \7-P4iJ 8-Catles S-KM.I i • »-P U 4 O—P0 — P tk ' ** 10-KlksP 10 -Castles U-KhtK2 U 'iB2 12-884 i2— htK4' 13-ÜB«| 13-P.<i2 M-BBfl ' H— Ht^BS 15— tks B IS— X tits 11 18-P (K3 16-<iKt3 17-P<iKt3 17-<JKQ *r. 18 -Kit 2 " 13 — B 3 19 -V ■•- I ' *>' 114 SO-O Xt 2 20-P < 21-Kt KB* 21 K. ■- 1 22— PtkiP' a Ptkl 23-Q K<i sq 13— X <} 3 24-h I 24-K X sq . 25-KKCJsq PQ6 • 2<i— KtK4 ■■'. ',• 29— 8 tks 27-Biksß 27 - Jit fr X i 1 I 28- X lit aq 28— P « •9-BKt2 ■ Zfr-PKKt4 _ 30 - Xt V 3 30-Kt tks Xt n— ptk*Kt si — «i is «> 32— KKtsq Zi -ytksQ 33 -n. fry 2 tk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SATCKOAT MAHCH It. issi Ball/ Meteorological Kr rord-Msnal Serv ice tutted states Army. , • BACRAMESTO, March 11, 1881-8:02 P. X. - .=i s i- = sail M i I* "ria'Fft P ? E § ill J IS. ympia. 2!».«!39 82 8.8 Fresh.. .15 Fair Portland. : 30.06 •- ;» S. W. 5 Gentle. .19 Cloudy Rosebunr ! 3.J.1C'40 87 3. W. .> Fresh.. '.OS Lt. nun- Red Bluff 30.10148 85 3. *. 3 Gentle. .00 Clear Sacram'toiSO.ll 52 795.W.11 Fresh.. .... Cloudy •8 Fran.. 30.24|46 78 .;.:... Calm Clear ♦Visalia 30.2135 90 S. 2 Light. Clear * L Angel. 30.0'.)|43 58 N.I Light Clear Max. Ther., 59. Mm. Ther., 39. River above low water mirk, 20 ft 5 in. M.02 A. M. _————=== UNQUESTIONABLY . The Weekly Union is, for all farmer", miners, mechanics, business and professional men, and for all who desire news, reading matter, and choice literary selections and original articles, the best paper on the coast today. It is issued twice each week. Each part consists >.f eight pages. In each number are editoria...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SITI'UI»AY .... :.':. ... . . . MARCH . IS. 1881 A3VEET:,,iJIEKT : MENTION. : Metropolitan Theater— and evening— Stevens' Troupe ' Metropolitan Theater, Wednesday— Capital Thea ter Company. ' " ■ Lost— Silver stem-winder watch. To let— Suite of front rooms. Notice— Knights and Ladies of Honor. Lecture by George Boyne—" Fiji Islands." A. O. U. W. — Union Lodge this evening. Mask and domino social— This evening. Wanted— An energetic packer. Sir Knights of Sacramento Commandsry. • Sixth annual masquerade bail. Funeral notice- Sacramento Lodjre, P, and A. M. Auction Sale. Shtrbum k Smith— lie of furniture. 3os!iiess Advertis«jnen». Mo^ey wanted- See Carl gtrobel Dr. Wallace A. liriggs- Physician. Jacob Arnold— Butcher. Adams, McNeil! & Co.— Wholesale grocers. Henry lioagUM—l corner lots for Bale. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. The members of the Board of Supervisors were all present and session returned at 10 A. m. yesterday. Tie minute* were read ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 March 1881

JAY GOULD. VIEWS AND OPIHIONB OF THE GREAT WALL STREET OPERATOR. Corporate Rights and Duties from tbe Standpoint of the Capitalist— ls the Republic in Danger?— De Less ps Canal Scheme. Pt Y. Herald, February 2Sth.J "Yes," said Mr. Jay Gould, "if the Herald cares to have my views I am willing to give them. But I really think my ideas mre of very little value. What shall I say to you » " To the question of a representative of the Herald the preceding answer was given the other eveniiie in what may be called Mr. Gould's working room in his Fiith avenue home. In reply to the above inquiry the reply was given : " The question to ask a politician is about politic, a statesman about govern ments, a railroad man about railroads, a great incorporator about corporations." "As to corporations," said Mr. Gould, "let us consider, first of all, what a corpora tion is. Ac irporation is a body of men who unite, associate, concentrate their capital, ability and intelligence in the undertaking of a w...

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