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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 6 February 1891

6 NATIONAL CAPITAL. Resolutions of Sympathy for the Jews in Russia. OaiiIEORNIA FRUIT DISEASES TO BE INVESTIGATED. Sir Jul Inn Pannoefote Denies Having Commented on Justice Puller's De cision Regarding the Behring Sea Controversy—Testimony Before tlio Silver Pool Investigating Committee —Free Coinage ______ Special to the RecouivUxion. Washington, Feb. 5.—Chairman Hill of the Committee on Foreign Att'airs, re ported to the House the following substi tute resolution for that offered by Cum mings of New York expressing sym pathy with the Jews in Russia: Baaolved, Thut the members of the House of Representatives of the United States have heard with profound sorrow the reports ofthe sutferinirs ol the Jews in Russia, and the sor row is intensified by the fact thut such occur rences should hu_. pen in a country which Is und long has been a friend of the United States, und which emancipated millions of its JVeople from serfdom, und which defended lelpltss Christians in the East from perse...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--NO. 145. BOLD ROBBERY. A Passenger Train on the Southern Pacific Held Up. THE EXPRESS MESSENGER REFUSES TO SURRENDER Many Shots Exchanged, ln "Which tho Fireman of tho Train ls Fatally "Wounded—Tho Robbers Gain No Plunder—Officers in Hot Pursuit of the Parties. Special to the Record-Union. Delano, Feb. 6.—Passenger No. 7, Morris conductor, was boarded by rob bers this evening, and under cover of pistols engineer Thorne and fireman Radliff were forced to pull out to a point * mile this side and halt. Tho engineer -kin i ti reman were taken back to the ex press car. The messenger saw what was up and blew out his lights, and instead of open ing the door commenced firing at the robbers. Many shots were exchanged, -tie of which struck messenger Hasswell in the forehead, causing a slight wound, and another striking the fireman in the ■ide and producing a fatal wound. The robbers wore beaten off and aban doned the undertaking. The train was pulled io this point and RadlilFs w...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 February 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION _L_.rC__-.-AT_ KKISKIAKY 7. IH.'l SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Offlpr, Third Kti-M-t. itntwcM-n .T nnd X THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (SIX I 'Mi.* - . lAibltNhcd Mx Obj-ii In «i eh week, and THE SUNDAY CHIOS, I lull I hfH_i I'irnii.iH -i every _______? iiidiiiliik, iiim_l.uk a F|l|l'lnlldßl_V_-_.-DAY |Mll>rr, Perono year ffl OO Koi'Mx mouth* 3 OO I-" Ull-IH' IIIUUIIK 1 50 Snh4i lilnrn nerved by Curriers ill *h_-__DBI iivh phi- week. In nil Interior cities anil ti-wiic tlie jitii-H-r enn !*> liiul of the prlmiptil PeriO-IC-Vl ''tillers. Ni-wsllirll mill .Kelltß. Tbe SUNDAY uNIOH if __rv__ bj* Currlun •i 'i'wju-TY-vivK _na per month. THK WEEKLY UNION, rrwoivt* i'n_<*»). In tli* ilk nix .t unil (Boat ili'sirulilp Home, News un.l l.lti mi) Ji'iiiiuil I'ul.llnlh.hl on tlio I'milti' CuH-it. The Wk.-Ki.y Union ivryMl fl r,O lUll'Miir rsioNHlon. per your 1 OO All llii'Ki* piilillcnllun -ti urn •.•nt either l>y Mali or fc-Xprc-, _o_m_nt_or tinglelUbM-ibera, with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 February 1891

SKINS ON FIRE With Agonizing Eczemas and other Itching, Burning, Scaly, and Blotchy Skin and Scalp Diseases are relieved in tlie majority of cases by a single application of the Cuticura Remedies, and speedily, permanently, and economically _/"^* v~,v cured, when physicians, hospitals, and /» _jjl_ A all other remedies fail. Cuticura Remedies are the greatest skin X^^^l *?*____nr cures, blood purifiers, and humor reme- /i j *^\ dies of modern times, are absolutely /J\ tP^^TS pure, and may be used in the treatment /J\ J^=° / Jr* of every humor, from the simplest facial \f IH _^_A\v \^* \ blemishes to the severest diseases of the f jVT I * blood, skin, and scalp. J if A CUTICURA^cW| The great Skin Cure, instantly allays the most intense itching, burning, and J I^**~~^ inflammation, permits rest and sleep, / 1 clears the scalp of crusts and scales, 1 / speedily soothes and heals raw and J i irritated surfaces, and restores the hair. j J Cuticura Soap, an exquisite Skin Puri- —A' }^"" f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 February 1891

4 "IntheWash" .• ~ That's where your delicate hand-/rl^ %iyW kerchiefs come to be "more ffi^/L \ hole-y than righteous"—cer- JjipN^— M*vW tainly not in the show-like %/t \ M~y/x\ service required ct them — W/y/y /?/\ more or less true of all things Xrbyfr/:/// ) washed. fXV/A^T / * I GlVf tIVO •^rjdicata t_-i_i_-(_rc____. -(\,w\ A'| / / IV C IWJ ciu_j service (or cr._ yej.r. \ r.vy\ >^ /7 _^_ i with soap—usual way—the other \V(&v\ '' iX ,fl Wi, I (.HP with fitmjrtint ■mtlumt rtibinr, asdl- >Wlrv'_-'V All •/f /MiliUtiC reded on each i»<aa»e-v. K/,//,)<• '// one yoi; value nio--* t with J? carlice—it will be Ear the best \\ j /.-;/ \ 1 •t tbe end of the year. /^L\ \ V The old-fachioned way of rub, rub, A§M \\ rub, is sloav work, poor work, slow death towomen-cmick death to fine \y^!^^y/ 7 a\V things, and renders coarse things (y Ji^y/n\y^\ useless long before their time. C^Jzr^^ // / )\\\\ _P___r//;.6'.'.oesawaywi-h all this. (t^__^>> /* f\ V'\\\j Costs but five ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 February 1891

LEGISLATURE—29TH SESSION. Contested Election Cases Come High to the Taxpayers. Nearly $0,000 Asked to Pay tho Cost of P. J. Murphy's Contest Against J. 11. Mahoney. SENATE. Sacramento, Friday, February 6, 1891. j" The Senate met at 11 o'clock a. m., the Licutenant-Govonior in the chair. Roll called and quorum present. Prayer by Rev. A. T. Needham. Journal read and approved. A communication was received from Warden McComb, of the San Quentin Prison, in response to a resolution of the Senate asking for a detailed statement of the cost of manufacturing jute bags at the prison. The Secretary read the commun ication, which is as follows: Net operating cost of juk- mill for year end ing I-.-<•< mber Sl. 1890, 9194. 777 16. Number of grain ban inunufi-ctureti in same period, 8,323,169. Cost per hag on wharf at San Francisco, 5.8!.46 cents. Tiie total manufacturing cost for the year was: Kuw J rite used $128,699 31 Spinning and weaving 57,500 97 Sewing expenses, exclusive of value of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 February 1891

6 WORK OF CONGRESS. The Senate Occupies Its Time on the Eight-Hour Bill. , —.— A VOTE TO BE TAKEN ON THE MEASURE TO-DAY. « Tlio House Refuses to Tack the Free- C'oinacrc Amendment to the Sundry Civil Appropriation IJ 111—Discussion on the Pai-ajrraph Relating to the "World's Columbian Exposition. Special to the Recokd-Uxioi.. "Washington, Feb. 6.—Tn tho Senate, Paddock presented resolutions of the "Nebraska House of Representatives against the passage of the Conger lard bill, for the reason that it would inflict great loss on the cattle industry of Neb raska, and in favor of the passage of the Paddock pure food bill. The conference report on the bill to provide an additional Associate Justice for the Supreme Court of Arizona was agreed to. Tlie naval appropriation bill was re ported with sundry amendments, and Hale gave notico that he would ask the Senate to take it up to-morrow or Mon thly. Hawloy offered a resolution, which was Agreed t<>, calling on the President for cor re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

vol. n. SIOUX INDIANS. Conference Held With the Secre tary of the Interior. JOHN GRASS PRINCIPAL SPOKESMAN FOR THE HOSTILE& Secretary Noble Gives Them Some Kindly Advice, nnd Assures Them , That the Government Will live Up to Its Agreement, Providing the In dians Consent to Lead Peaceful Lives. Bpecial to the Record-Union. Washington, Feb. 7.—The conference between Secretary Noble and the Sioux Indian-delegation began this morning at the Interior Department. The Secretary of War and Mrs. Proctor and Miss Proc tor were present, as were also the wife of Secretary Noble and Miss Halstead. The conference was opened by Secre tary Noble, who said : "You were repre sented here just after the agreement with General Crook was made. You made certain requests and complaints at that time, and you received certain promises from me. There has been trouble since , then, and you have come again to say what you think proper as to the cause of the trouble and to make auy further com plaints yon s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

2 THE SUM)AY UNION. ■ — .SUNDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1891 g ' — ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and X — — ■■ — ■ »• •••• - '■■ : THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Rages), Published six days in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), 1 Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seven-day paper. For one year $6 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cexts per week. In all interior cities and towns tne paper can be had of the principal Pcriodii_.il Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carriers at TwKXTt-rxvK Cents per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is the cheapest aad most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year -..fl 50 The Sunday Union alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agentsor single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

GROSS, OR NET? Bills Affecting the Funded Debt of This City, Bondholder Bates and Commissioner Beatty Argue Against Them Before a Committee. The two bills introduced in the Senate oy Mr. Sprague, affecting the bonded in debtedness of Sacramento City, were con sidered by the Senate Judiciary Commit tee yesterday. The only arguments pre sented to the committee were made by j George E. Bates, one of the bondholders, and H. O. Beatty, a member ot the city's Funded Debt Commission. Both gentle men were opposed to the measures. Briefly stated, the purpose of the bills is to provide that the word "revenue," as used in connection with the city's income, shall mean the net proceeds of the water work^, after deducting the running ex penses, so that the 55 per cent, of the rev- j enue Iwhioh goes to the holders of the city's bonds shall not come from the gross receipts of that department. City Trustee McLaughlin was present, but did not reply to the arguments of Messrs. Bates and Beatty, who h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

4 MUSIC AND DRAMA. Flashes from the Footlights of Many Theaters. Dan Sully's Reception hy Governor Peck at Madl_son — Pattl Rosa's Comlnjf This "Week— Stanley?s Lec ture Tour—General Stage Notes. At Madison, Wis., where "The Mil lionaire" was played on December 29th, there was enacted a scene that is very seldom witnessed in a theater. When Mr. Sully made his first entrance upon tho stage there entered the house at the game moment Governor Peck and mem bers of the staff, when the audience fairly shook the house with applause. For tho time being it was hardly discernible whether the applause was meant for tlie star or the Governor. Both Mr. Sully and Governor. Peck were in doubt. The applause was prolonged until the Governor and staff had entered tho pri vate box, when Mr. Sully and Governor Pock, who wero old friends, immediately rccognizod each other, when the Governor stood up in his box and applauded along with the rest of the houso. and the come dian in turn applauded direct to ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

THIRTY YEARS AGO. Interesting Debates on the Pacific Railroad Bill, Which Showed That Congress Did Xot Expect a Money Return for the Government's Credit. On the sth of January, 18G1, and while the echoes of the rebel battery on Morris Island, in Charleston Harbor, which fired on the steamer Star ofthe West—on her way to Fort Sumter with food for Major Anderson's men—were still rever berating throughout the land,the Pacific railroad bill came up for debate in the United States Senate. In a recent letter from C. P. Huntington to William H. Mills, published in the Record-Union, the former called attention to the fact that the debates in Congress, when the bill was under consideration there, showed conclusively that it was the intention of that body that the Government should never call directly upon the builders of the road to rejiay the money obtained from the sale of bonds for its construction. In the weekly review of the contents of this journal's columns of thirty years ago, we fin...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

THIRTY YEARS AGO. Interesting Debates on the Pacific Railroad Bill, Which Showed That Congress Did Xot Expect a Money Return for the Government's Credit. On tho sth of January, 18C1, and while the echoes of the rebel battery on Morris Island, in Charleston Harbor, which fired on the steamer Star of the West —on her way to Fort Sumter with food for Major Anderson's men —were still rever berating throughout the land, the Pacific railroad bill came up for debate in the United States Senate. In a recent letter from C. P. Huntington to William H. Mills, published in the Record-Union, the former called attention to the fact that the debates in Congress, when the bill was under consideration there, showed conclusively that it was the intention of that body that the Government should never call directly upon the builders of the road to repay the money obtained from thesaleof bonds for its construction. In the weekly review of the contents of this journal's columns of thirty years ago, we fi...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

6 THE QUICK AND THE DEAD. How Arequipanians -■ Dispose of jgp* Their Dear Departed." Scenes in a Typical Cemetery, in South America—An Accumulation of Hor ■■•. rors— Mixing the Bones of the Pop ulace—Ghastly Sights, f :■'*,'■ • ' * [Special correspondence of the Record-Union] "i \- Arequipa, Peru, 1890. «', - Passing along the street one day, our attention , was ] drawn to the | subject of funerals in a forcible and rather unpleas ant manner. . With hands full of roses we were: musing' on the • cold,;: winter weather at home and the beauty of tropic sunshine' amid - snow-clad mountains, when we barely \ escaped being knocked I down and run over by four horses driven furiously^ - the foremost one | ridden by a postilion, -that came dashing around the corner attached to a hearse.; About the only thing that goes with speed in lazy Peru is a funeral procession; and,when' wheels are out (a comparatively- rare oc currence in Arequipa) they claim , the ' right of way, not only in tho! stre...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

SOME PUBLIC MEN. Sketches of Some of Our Legis lators and State Officers. Personal Matters Concerning Senators, Assemblymen, and Officers tliat Gives an Insight Into Their Careers and the Steps by Which They At tained Their Present Positions. The Sunday Union presents herewith pen pictures ofa number of Senators, As semblymen and new State oflicers of Cali fornia. These sketches have been made npon the basis of carefully collected data, •nd may be relied upon as correct histor ically. The judgments expressed con cerning the citizens whose lives are thus reviewed, are those with which the pub lic are familiar, or are those entertained by the constituents of the legislators and by the people who have had best oppor tunity to observe the men and know the estimation in which they are held in their respective communities. In this group of some fifty citizens in public life, the reader will note with interest that very many, if not the majority, owe their prominence to-day to unaided exer...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

8 medicine, after acquiring a liberal educa- j tion, and when but 21 had the courage : and wisdom to join the band of picked j men who came out to California in the I year 1549 and laid the foundations of the j splendid State that is the heritage we now enjoy. Weak men, men of irresolu- I tion, men lacking in the quality that I carves the way for civilization, did not come to California in those days. Dr. Simpson was a pioneer in spirit and action, and he has not had occasion to re gret it that he was one of the early settlers of the Golden State. Like nearly all who were of the Argonautic band, he engaged in mining at first, on Wood's Creek, Tuolumne County. When he had satis fied his gold fever, he turned to the dis tinguished profession to which he had riven his early study and began the prac- : tice of medicine. He opened the first ] drug store in the city of Stockton, in | the winter of 1850. He subsequently I engaged in agricultural pursuits in ! San Joaquin County, and improv...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

esteem of the people, lives a straight forward, clean lite, and "is in the line of promotion" by his constituency say some of his neighbors to us, when we make inquiry concerning his probable future. Mr. Murnan is unmarried, and his domes tic instincts as yet center upon his mother, who is still a resident of Tuol umne County. frank: j. MntPHy. Assemblyman From tbe Twenty-third District, Sonoma County. Mr. Frank J. Murphy represents the constituency of the Twenty-third District in the Assembly. He is ono of the new men in this State who are coming so rap idly to the front in public affairs. He was born in Kennebec County, Me., in April, 1863. He is essentially a self-made man. From young manhood he has carved his own way in the world and has had few or no aids upon the path, save his own energy. He was taught the value of hard labor and its disciplinary character from boyhood, for he worked diligently upon hi's father's farm until he was 17, and improved the opportunity at the same ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

10 WAKEMAN'S WANDERNINGS. A Wild Night Ride From Arnold to Nottingham. doners of the Awful -Voiced but Kindly Butchers iv Robin Hood's -Land— The Royal Hunting Resort at Sher wood Forest—Traditions and Cus toms. [Regular Correspondence ol the Sunday Union. Copyright, 1891.1 Nottingham (Kng.), Jan. 22,1891. I had tramped from Newstead Abbey, from the drear region of Robin Hood's Hills, to Arnold, on my return way to Nottingham. It was late at night and no conveyance or train could be had to the ancient city. Tiie long, lruie-like manu facturing hainlel possessed but two inns. These wero '"public-houses," roadside dramshops rather than hostelries. At one I had been refused entertainment for the night and warned away, because the old lady who kept it took a good Knglish oath I was a play-actor or other mounte bank, and would, somehow, depart too early in the morning with more than my reckoning. At the other, "The Lone Tree Inn," the modesty of the two maiden ladies in charge forbade th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

THE PALACE OF THE CONSTABLES. {Translated for the Sunday Union from the Spanish of Don Eusebio Martuiez de Velasco, by Samuel H. Gerrish.] In the middle of March of the present year as I was turning over the leaves of the book entitled "Burgos," by the dead author Don Augusto Llaeayo, I read: "Palaeio del Condestable. With deep sorrow we lament what may come to this historical edifice destiued to be destroyed to erect on its site modern buildings. In vain have been the supplications of the respectable and illustrious Commission of the Artistic Monuments of Burgos! Esterile their excitations and protests!" "I, a loving son ot Burgos, idolizing her magnificent glories that are the glory of the Spanish nation, for that city is Caput Castellao in its own right since the foundation of the Countship of Castile, the feeling lamentation of the author of Burgos went to my soul, and without abutting the book I wrote to my friend, countryman, and distinguished compan ion in the periodical pres...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 February 1891

12 NATIONAL CAPITAL. 4.nti-Silver Men Planning to De feat Free Coinage. BILL TO DIVIDE THE CENTRAL AMER- ICAN MISSION. Minister John F. Swift Spoken of as tlio I^obuble Successor to tho Late Secretary Windom—Representatives McKenna, Morrow and Vandever Keeping Close Watch on Matters Benc-flting California. Special to the Record-Union. Washington-, Feb. 7.—T7beSfan.says: It is threatened by the Republicans of the House that if the Senate attach a free coinage amendment to any appropriation bill they will amend it by putting on tlie force bill as a rider. II this is done and the bill sent to tho President, it is said he would probably sign the conglomerate bill, taking free coinage rather than veto the appropriation bill and force bill. This may deter the Democrats from en tering upon the plan of putting free coin age on the appropriation bill. Since tho defeat of the attempt to have the free coinage amendment attached as a "rider"' to the sundry civil appropriation bill, the silver m...

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