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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. SinV-ESfiLJSSS <-01,.X1H-KO. 1477. DAILY ULCOKIH Sti-UIEH -Vol. XVI— SO. »«9. SIX-PAGE EDITION BUSINESS CAEDS, J. A. » I.WINUIIAJI, SACRAMENTO BOILER AND IRON WORKS. I street, between Front and Second, Sacra- mento. Manufacturer ol Steam Eoilers, Sheet Iron Work, etc. Also, all kinds of Repairing. Changing Portable Boilers f.oiu Wo;*] to Straw Burners a Specialty. ■ fC--i*,.tf SIRS. ok. .-**. i. BOWEKS.I ELECTBO-IHHBAPKOTIST. — OFFICE AND JJ Residence, *io v\o 1 street. Office hours — lo A. m. to 4r. ,m. Consultation free. film 6. .11. DlYO***,. V. D., SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. I Office and residence, on Eighth street, between H and I. Uffice hours, ■*. to 9a. M., and 12 to '1, and ti to br. «. Incases of tne Eve and Ear a specialty. f2-4p2m ' UK. ll' 11, OFFICE **4 J STREET. -OFFICE HOURS: 9 A. m. and 12:30 to 2 r. M. jaj9-tf BEHOVED. * j CHARLES T. JONES AND ED. M*. M-VRTIN, j Attorne*ts-at-Law and No'aries Public, have, removed their ..t...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 February 1880

DELniQUEIfT TAX LIST. DELINQUENT TAX LIST. For 1979—80. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, GOI"NTY OF SAC- RAMENTO, ss. ..." ." By virtue of and in accordance with the provisions of Sections 3704 and 3763 of the Political Code, I will sell all the property, real and personal, herein- after described and delinquent for State and County Taxes for the year 1879-80, in front of the Court House door, at the hour of 10 A. k., on the '' ' " " Sixteenth Day of February, A. D. 1380, For gold coin of the United States ; each piece or i parcel so described for the amounts of taxes thereto annexed, together with 5 per cent, and 50 cents on each lot.'pi cc or tract of land separately assessed, , and on each assessment of personal property addi- ; tional thereto, and accruing costs : cinr boll - . i 7 3— Against B. F. Alexander and east half of lot 7, C and D, Eighth and Ninth streets, iv the city of Sacramento, and improvements and jiersoual prop- erty ; tax. 410 50; costs, 81 63. .. 5— Agaicst D. E. Alexande...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. 5iH5£55" *OL.II«-XO. :«:. DAILI RECORD .mI Eg -VOL. Xtl-XO. 3179. •xoisn-(raoa3H .'iiva am, j Entgrett .it the Post Office at Sacramento as s-*con ' class -..Iter PUBLISHED BI THK Sacramento Publishing Company, wm. 11. WILLS, General "Manager. Publication Office, Third at., bet. J and K. TBE daily recobd-cxiom fa published ever/ day of tho week, Sundays excepted. Fur one year • , $10 oc Per six month*. 5 00 Forthroe months J 00 Ton ooplet one year, to one address... 80 00 Subscribers "erred b» Carriers at TfraKTT-Fiva Cents per week. In*.!] lnt-re r cities and towns the caper can bo i* . lot the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and A-fenta. Advertising Rates In Dally Rerord-Tnion. One Square, 1 time...,,,.,*, ......$1 00 One Square, 2 time**.. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. i 6C Each additional time. EC 1 Week. S Weeks. 1 Mouth Half Square, Ist pace J. 50 (3 SO "*. (Xi Half Square. 2d pace ISO 00 8 ■ Hull Square, 3.1 ;**»*<• 3 60 4 60 Cue Half Squar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIESHAT EBffiBWBKI 10. I SO. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is *>."•*'.* York yesterday Government beads were .-,.,. at 105 for 43 of I'-T' US' tor Si cf lis'; 106g for 41s; sterling, SI >::'*tt tG; silver bars, 113 j ; silver coil*, i discount baying, par selling*; • Silver in London yesterday, 5*2 6-16; consols, • 87 1-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 10."" ; 4s, . Itte}", -J-.,' 111 *- V . *: ,V - IH San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; trade dollars, X buying, SC} selling ; Mexican dol lars, M baying, >C 1 selling. AT Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 105 (8103 W for average California white, .eiil 10) Bd* to 118 Id for dub. • ■ Ax assessment of 50 cents lias been levied by the Justice Milling oka**. Tiizre was a moderate business at San Francisco in mining stocks yesterday. Prices were soft, with a 1 decline SI in Sierra Nevada, and from 10c to 76c in other descriptions. On the - .- hand, * .'hollar ruse •51, and bali-a- dozen other so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIQK TOEBPAI ■ ....„..'.. .I-EBBI-A BY 10. ISBn. fiicn&l Corn*, ; ,.,ri Irliriiiirv t:. : lr.su, TIMS. | lAX TUlt llfll WtoU Kk'S.VttktU. -i J '.. .:.... SO.O-2 44 81 S. ~l '-7T! Clear""' •"A***- ,30.02 43 83 N. 5 ....Cloudy 8-02 AMI 30.05 44 hi , N 4 .... I Cloudy 2r. j* 29.85 53 GI N. 0 . . . . I Cloudy B:<*3r. M 30.02 to bo 3. c, 4 .02!L't.m Mi*, th-ir., 63 ileurecs. 'Aim. tiier.. 40 .iter*--.*. Weethrr i'roo.iliilllle.. WatßtOntOtt, February Btb—Miiliiiu"iil.-Indica tions for Pacific Coast regions: Partly cloudy weather, with jjjhj rain?. ■i* 1 * 11 ***'-^^^—^■iiiiiww. ■ ■ 07.mmmmmm^^mrmtm ■•■■■im— ■LifVEXTISELU'MT J*i.*ii'iO:.. Lecture by Mayor 1. --. Kallocb, Wednesday. British Mutual Benefit Society — Entertainment. A. O. I.'. VV., Sacrameuto Lodge, at! r. M. I •'. and A. M., Concordi *. Lodge, at 7r. M. Cecelia Club— Musical notice. .'.u.alOU :-UIS. By Bell .. Co., at 10:30 a. M. to-day. By Crowell .*c t'averly, at 10:30 a. m. to-morrow. By Crowell ■...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 February 1880

THE-DAILY RECORD-UNION. j ■ «■■■ : i TTESDAY.. lECRS'-tRY 18, ISBO. | COAST NEWS FLASHES. P Fresno wants a bank. Glanders is among the horses of Yolo. Los Angeles police appear in uniform. •Afire is raging in the tules near Benicia. Catfish are multiplying fast in the Hum boldt river. " : The Chinese population of Tortland, Or., is 2.483. Typhoid fever prevails in parts of Cala- j veras county. Y'kY-*? A county history of Tehama is now being .vritten. There are no less than tight mammoth copper ledges within a very short distance j of I'rescott, Arizona. ■ ■-,'... A Hpaldsburg hen has produced a tele scoped egg. measuring 2£ inches in length, and only il inch in diameter. The Nevada Central Railway locomo tives are using coal which is brought over ; the Central Tacific from Evanston. Snow, rays the Arizona Miner, is fully I four feet deep along the heads of the Hat sayampa," Lynx and Turkey creeks. Printers traveling without a Union card | are warned not to visit Bodie, as they will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 February 1880

* WWW £?•}?.! RSfi -▼•»• mX-\O. T4T7. DAILY It El OKU MUM -VOL. J. VI -NO. MOb THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. | Entered at the Pott Office al Sacramento as second class matter __ 1 PUBLISHED BY THK .Sacramento Publishing Company. WM. H. MILLS, General Manager. r*bllcaUon Offlce, Third St., bet. J and K. ■■-V-- THE III" BECOBD-CTIOIf to-published every day ot tbe week. Sunday* excepted. For one year. ......... ....... • 10 00 For aii months. „,,, fi 00 For three months 3 00 Tea ooples one rear, to one address 00 00 Babecrfber* aer-red bi Carrier! at Twb»ti-Fiyi Cents per weak- In all Interior ties and towns the paper can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealer*, newness and Amenta. Ad vrrllal nx Kates la Dally Beeord-lfnloii. One Square, 1 time , $1 00 One Square, 3 time*. 1 75 Doe Square, 3 time*. ] (SO . Bach additional time. X lWett 1 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page fi 50 M go (5 00 Half Square. 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 0C Half Square, 3d page IN « 50 C OC Half Hiiure, 4th pace 100 00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION^ 1 , ■fIEDXEaMT FECKrAKY 11. It -go. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government oonds were I quoted at lMifor ts of 1907; 103 fjr 6s of 1881; 108} for 41s; sterling, ti ESt@4 88; silver bare, 113" ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. < . Silvia In London yesterday, 62} ; * consols, 07 15-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105" ; is, ; 109}; -lis, 111|. ' - la San Fraucisco half dollars are quoted at par ; trade dollars, 95 buying, 96} selling ; Mexican dol lars, 96 buying, 96} selling. . At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s "idWOs Od for average California white, and 10s 91 to lis Id for club. ' Tvs past week has been an unsatisfactory one in San Francisco stock circles. The variations have been small, and mostly against the holding interest; and as there are more holders than buyers, things have not gone well.' Sierra Nevada and Union Con solidated were each 62 lower yes'erday than Mon day, Ophir tl 50, Yellow Jacket and Be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDS ESP AT FEBRU _ 11, 18*0. Signal Corps February IV, I>'8«. ■run. | u.r THR humi «uTi> . tKk'X WKATB. ":02 a. a.... '29.92 41 100 W. 6 ~ Foect" 7*.M '*-->. "1 42 100 W. 2 ....Fogey 8:02 a-" '29-91 43 100 Calm .... Foggy 2P. ¥ *"'— i 20.130 54 67 812 .... i Threig BM2r.M 29.76 145 76 S. W. 10 .<-:'. cloudy Mix. ther., 56 leCTees^MUrY-her., 39 uet-rei* Wealher Probabilities. WAsnisoroy, February Midnight.—lndica tions for Pacific Coast regions: Partly cloudy weather, with li-lit local rains. . ADVERTISEKEHT MEHTIOM. Ketten's recitals— Saturday, day and evening. First Baptist Church -Lee ure by I. S. Kalloch. Card of thanks— O. I. W. Charity— Social at the Coigresational Church. - Pavilion — Bicycle match. Fireman's Hall— lnstallation of C. H. C. Auction Sale. lii Crowell _ Caverlv— Grand Hotel saloon, at 10:30 A. m. Business Advertisements. Mechanics' Store —" Head This." pie's Store-" Do Not Wait." M. McManus vs. his creditors— Notice. LOCAL INT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ■»N:O\ES!>AT........FF*BKr.iKY 11. 18S4). CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. — ■ ■ « _ (CONTINUED EKO*« FIRST TAOS.) ■ I employ such labor as he may prefer is where he pre fers serf or slave lab-r ; then the divine spirit of Christianity steps in and says, "Thou sbalt not sell n-.r ' r.r.er the image of thy Maker*" and this na tion I .'.* sealed that truth iv the bio d of her mar tyred sons upon the Southern fields of battle lor the freedom of the b!*ck man, and her sons are not ready yet to have bUck slavery replace 1 by yellow scrfjom. That the Chinese coolies are bought, sold and sent here to labor out a bonded system, we hope men our memorialists, in face of the facts bearing upon the case, will not attempt t-> deny. . Again, your memorial says: "No right should be taken from any man however poor." In this sen timent we heartily concur. The moral contained therein contains a true Christian sprit, yet it savors strongly ol the sand lot and smacks of Kearnevism,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY FXIO"*" SERIFS -TOI. XIIX— M. M 77. i-.V 1 1 I UEC'OUD » t.iilES -VOL. XVI— NO. 9179. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. \ Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second diss matter PUBLISHED BY THB Sacramento PulJlisMng Company. WM. B. JIILI-H, General Manager. PabUeatloD Office, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAIIV RECO&D-rXIOX U published. enijimjot the week, Soudan excepted. For one rear ".. $10 OC For six month*. .••••••••••••... 5 OG Forthree months 3 00 Tan ooi-iijs one rear, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served br Carriers at TwsnTT-Frvi Obits pet weak- In all Interior citlee and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, newsman and Amenta. Advertising Kate* In Dally ord-rnl on. One Square, 1 time .......................... $1 00 One Square, i times. 1 75 One Square, 3 tlmee.... , , ..,,... I CO Each additional time. EC lWeefc IWaeka. 1 Month Half Square, Ist p»**-e ft 80 (3 50 (SOO Half Square, 3d page IN (00 . 800 Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIIIRHDAV ......■■ rEMU'ABY it. IBSO. ■> The San Francisco office of the Daily Recokd-Uxio.** and Weekly Union is at 208 Montgomery street. NEWS OF THE MORNING. - Is New York yesterday Government bonds were -quoted at ICO for ia of 1907; 103 for 5s of 1881; 1085 for 4Js; sterling, H 83} %i £6; silver bars, 113* ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. : - Silvir in London yesterday, 5-"; consols, 87 15-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds. 105} ; 4s, 1091; 41«, 1111* la San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dol ars, 30 buying, 91 J selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat wan quoted at 10s SdglOs 9d for average California white, and 10s 9-1 to lis 4d for club. 7*7 There was a lair business in mining sleeks at San Francisco yesterday morning. A few of tbe north end Comstock shares were firmer. The advance in Sierra Nevada was quite sharp, amounting to St. Union Consolidated also rose $1 50. There was an average advance of $1 per share in B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TmuspAT.Y.;...: FEBKiURyj IS, 188». Signal ' Corps j Keport— February , 11. li.Bo. TIKB. I SAH ( THRIHCai ; WIAU „ Hjfi WKATE. 4:02 a.m.... 29.94 i 37 71 j -.- w7s~ .... I Fair 7 H....... 30.03 37 181 ! E. 5 ' .... Fair 8:02 a. M..... 80.06 , 38 ! 72 i S. E. 5 ....Fair 2r.li 30.13 !49! 31 N.W. 23 .... Clear-, 8:02 T. K.i... 30.26 42 42 N. 14 1.... Clear' Max. *,i-.er., 60 degrees.'-' Mm. ther., 35 degrees. Weather Probabilities. V V Washington", February llth— Midnight—lndica tions lor Central and South Pacific Coast regions: Clear or fair weather. For the North Pacific : Light rains and partly cloudy weather. ADVERTISEMENT fiIEKTIOH. Card under oath by H. S. Beals. Drum Corps, tonight. K. of R. C— Special meeting. , U. A. O. D.— Fidelity Grove, to-night. Auction Sale. By Crow-ell * Caverlv, to-day, at 10:30, Eighth and'D streets. • Business Advertisements. Red House— Five and ten cent counters. Land for Sale — Spink*, Davis & Acock. Mules for Sale — Tele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION; m. THIKsDAI' --YEBBEAnY \ IS. »*-•"•*>• CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. yYTTT. THIRTY-EIGHTH DAY. IPhonocranlucally reported for the Rscord-Union 1 -"*.,>• by Willis A Stockton.] MBM3B. Sacramento, February 11, 1380. - ' The Senate met in regular session at 10 k. M., Pres dc::t Mansfield in the chair. 801 l called and a quorum present. < The journal of yesterday was read and approved, PETITIONS. Mr. Traylor presented a petition from citizens of San Francisco asking for the passage of a law to pre vent Chinamen from itching small fish. Referred to the Committee on Fisheries and Game. Mr. Neumann presented a memorial from the Re gents of the University of the State of California on .-. tbe wants of the University. Referred to the Com mittee on Education. ?•,*•'- - ' Also, a petition from the Sin Francisco Ladies' Protection and Relief Society. Committee on Hos pitals. ...... RETORT*. • Mr. Nye, fr*m the Committee on Judiciary, re ported back bills with the fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. nini cviov amirs *-»iihi_ >o. DAILY KECOBD SLKIKS -VOL. XYI-NO. 21:9. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ( Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THK Sacramento Publishing ■■ Company. f«. O. 31I1U, General Manager. Publication Office, Third it., bet. J «nd li. THE DAILY KECOBD-ITMOJI It published every daj of the week, Bandars excepted. For one rear. •*** l ?Ss For six month*. • » jjj Forthree month* • ' JJj Ten ooplea one teat, to one dress t» ■ Subscribers served by Carrier, st Twa*iT-rrvE OtKTs per week. I" oil Interior cities and torn, the paper can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. Advertising Kates In Dally Becord-rnlon. One Square, 1 time .....$1 M One Square, 2 times. 1 £*> One Square, 3 times. * j* Bach additional time-.. • no 1 Week. 1 Week*. 1 Month Hall Square, lit p«» *2 SO «3 60 #5 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 0S Half Hquare, 3d page 3 90 4 SO 6 00 Half Square, 4*-h pag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 February 1880

DAILY RECORD-UNION. F*::.».ik . . '...:. . ■■■■ FEBBIABV 13. i*Bo. ' The San Francisco office of the Daily ItEtOßii-Uxiox and Weekly Usios is at 208 Montgomery street. . NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at IC6 Mr Is of 1907; IK! 1 for 5.. of 1881 '. 10SJ for *}s; sterling, $4 '.: J .'.;"'» I=6 ; silver bars, 11S2 ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. tin-Kit in London yesterday, 5- 916 ; consols, 97 15-16 ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105* ; 43, 109} ; lis, 1113. 777 Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dol am, 10 buying, 91} selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at IC* 'Sd i!CM a! for average California white, and 10s 9d to lis -td for cluli. Tub advance in mining stocks at Fan Francisco Wednesday did not hold yesterday. Utah showed a decline of $1 02} from Wednesday noon. Seen Ne vada $3 25, Union Consolidated *?2, Mexican $1 25, Ophir il, and most other Comstock descriptions from 5c to Me. 7 Tue C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FKIDAY ...'... ...... FEBKI'AKY 13. IS.SO. Signal Corps : Report— February j 1", UNO. Tins. I HAS jTHR ill']-. WL-.il KA.V ..uii. 4:02 A. a. . . . 80.39 35 70 N. 8 ....-Clear 7*. a 30.45 i 331 To I*. 5 ....Clear B*o2 A. IE 30.47 )35 70 N. Vf. 4,....;C1ear Ir. a 30.45 149 31 I >'-'. ....Clear 8:02 r. -1 30.45 : *;:; si I E. 8 ! Clear Hit. tatr., 52 degrees, Mm. tlier., '11 negroes. Viral her Probabilities-! Washington, February jiiJnWit.—lndica tions for Southern sad Central Pacific: Generally clear. Northern ratine : Generally cloudy and rain. mmmmmmmmmmwmammmmm*mmmmmommim£tmm££S mm l Ai>V£&Tl3*"*H**H? MEMI'IOb. Native Sons of the Golden West— Entertainment A. O. I". W.'-Funeral of K. C. Billingsley. F. anil A. Sl.— Sacramento Lodge, to-night. K. of P.— Columbia Lodge, to-night. Business Advertisements. Friend k Terry Lumber Company. Salvator Lager Bier— Lindley k Co. Uotice of A*signee— E. B. -Molt, Jr.- Stallion for eale. C. W. Myers— Affidavit of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 February 1880

«]?S*_ I r*SJ^*3^#*^ THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FR1DAY. .. :.:'7. . . . ... FKBRL'ABY ; 13. - 1880. CONGRESSIONAL. 1 [SPECIAL BT TELEGRAPH TO TOE RECORD-UKIOK.] Senate. „ ' Washisoto.'*, February 12th.— Saunders intro duced a bill abolishing salt duties. - Garland introduced a bill extending the time for the completion of the Texas Pacific Railroad. Davis said he would have moved to take up the motion to insider the vote appointing a special j committee on the interoceanic canal if Gordon had been in his seat to-day. He was ready to consider the matter at any time after the morning hour. : . Consideration was resumed of the Military War- - rant bill, and McDonal ' favored it. He argued that all the public lands with n the States named, which by the terms of the enabling acts were to be ex empted from State taxation for five years from the ■ale, should be considered as opened to sale, and I that five per cent, on these was due to the States. I He held that a location on military scrip w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY I MO*. SERIf"***— VOL. XLIX-No. 7477. DAILY BECOKD ■HUBft—V-Ma AYI-*so. 1847. . THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered it the I*-**: Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WM. 11. 51 1 Ll.*, General Manager. 7 PabUeatlon Offlce, Third st., bet. J and K. ■ ■-■ TIIE till" BECOCD-rXIOX .'. • ft published e-'JTT el*. / ot the week. Sundays except*-*]. Tor one year...... fio X J\-r»ii months. 5 -j-] Vur three mouths „, „,,, 3OC tan copies one teat, to one address „. 80 OC Subscribers wired hy Carrier* at TwanTt-Frvr ' CUNTS per week. In all Interior cities and town* the : • paper oau be h»d of the principal Periodical Dealers. .--..11U.UD and Amenta. •l-lrrrlt-lns Bates In Dull} rord-I rilon. One Square, 1 time ....$1 00 OneS'iuarc. 3 times. , , 1 7;, -One Squire, 3 times. , 2 50 Each additional tine. BC - —'.".7. '' 1 Week. 1 Weeks. 1 Mouth j Half Square, lit pace tl SO (3 50 $5 Ou Half Square, 34 page 3S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1880

THE DAILY RtfCOJTOOTON. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR ** THE r FiRMER AND THE ORCHARDI3T. [ This Department fa pretku-ed for the" S »ca*MM*-To .i-.u-I'siim by ita ricidtitral Editor. All matter relating to the agricultural interest will be found under this head. ] .» . s - r^ ...... ..... - at - • -.—7— -«fc*~*-' w:.-JT*»e»e*--**. vuxar EASTERN AND WESTERN AGRICULTURE. Since the first settlements of the Atlantic seaboard, the pioneer backwoodsman and • the farmer have been traveling west— j just behind the other, and all other classes have followed in the race. From Maine to : the Mississippi valley— to the Rocky moun tains—the changes in the soil and climate, though a considerable in the aggregate, yet they were so gradual tbat the adaptation to these changes were equally gradual, and the Eastern farmer and the Western farmer were ' but a little way apart so far as their modes of culture were concerned. They each sowed their winter-wheat in September aDd reaped it i...

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