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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. j I_| j.4T.........7:"f?^-i! : ??.srA»cH 18. IS*! ' 1 Dally Meteorological Eecorrt— Sijjunl serv- '. Ire I nlted Males Army. ____ro, March 17. 1881-8:02 p. a. -. -- "Is"" a~B „«~ Iff ST ~'!;?.a fa 3 ? <M. }t% a -.-.12.';- OhWa" 30.22 15 80 "_« Fresh., .02 rain Pcrt&id. OT.2< M 6* S. 4 . Gentle. ... Cloudy Rr^burg 30.32 50 72 Calm ....... ..... Fair ■■■ Reißluff 31.3! 52 Cl S. 3 Gentle .... Clear ■■ 's*i_.'„ 30.83 51 55 N. 4 Oentle .... Clear S«lK_»i7*s 84 W. 4 Gentle Clear. •Vtaa_ SMSWB C" 3- E. -.Gentle. .... K_ ♦LAc'gel. 30.08:3' SH~". E. 6l''re3h.. ..v. Clear U*x Ther., 60. Mm. Tber.. 40. River above low water mark. 13 ft 8 ia. •4.02 .1. M. NEWS OF THE MORNING. la New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at I_f for as of 1907; 101} for 5s of ISSl; 111' for 4r* ; sterling, %i 81<g» 83$ ; silver bars, 112. Saver ta London, 62d ; consols, 9915-10; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 104 3 ; ,4s, 116; <Js 115. •; -■'"' '- ''-■ - '•.- ■--•:....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FmDAT.....................5iAUcn is, u*ri _)V_;---iS*.HEKT - MENTION. ----- ' . —'.;--&•£>*& Grand pigeon and glass-ball shoot. "iVantcu— A good millinery maker at Mechanics' Store. Church Social— Sixth Street _ E. Church, to • night. ' Calvary Baptist .—Social to-night. '. Postponed— The concert at Congregational Church. *; : Sacramento Hussars, to-night. •" Auction , Sale. 7 Sell k Co.— litrge sale of stock. Ecetress Advertisements. IteC Houfe— Spring opening of millinery. "**. ft Knights— Hides, tallow, els-. . Chrif'. Weisel k Co.— Butchers and pork-packers. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . -*£.""-• X TO BE CL _ _>. The bids for closing the Fern break in the levee as tha minus of the Riverside road, were opened yesterdy at the office of W. S. Mesic— ' A consultation of citizens from the flooded '"Litrict was held. L. M. Lincoln presided, and W. 8. Menck acted as Secre tary. A large number of contractors were present. A general discussion was had con ce...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FRIDAY - '....MARCH 18, 1881 WHY HE NEVER MARRIED. A Romantic Passage In the Life of George Peabody. * "If Cleopatra's nose had been longer, the whole political face of the world might have been changed," and if : Peabody and Johns Hopkins had married, then had Balti more lacked the two munificent gifts which, more than all the rest of her possessions, gave her an individuality as a city. ' How veiy near • Peabody came Ito I marrying a very remarkable girl with the substantial name of Strati Ann Brown is not generally known ; but the story is worth the telling, because of the very unique way in which Peabody's rival won the young woman. If the reader will consult the ~ " En cyclopedia Biographical of ; the State of land," he will find an article devoted to one "C. C, retired merchant and manufacturer, ' who is . mentioned as the first person in '. the United . States to manufacture cotton duck. . He was at the time of his rivalry with Peabody ' a very wealthy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY r«flO\ SERIES— TOI. I.V-So. «KM B. DAILY RECOUD tlil t>- VOL. win -.No. tan. IHE DULY RECORD-UNION. . Sttmeda* the Post t>tisce at Sacramento as second class nutter PUBLISHED BY THE • _.cK_ento Publishing Company. *k-*— K. «— US, 6— eral l_n&ger.' FvkU— Ucn „ «, Third St., bet. 3 aim K. THE BAUT KECOED-niOS far— _— c -tot Sms ot tfe. »<*_ SondisTS excepted. ? for on«r*»l. 41 1 M 1 retail moalii*... .... •• 5 X fortarf mo— a „,., 309 tea ooa'.ea on* T»*r, to one adiiea ..- .. SO 09 B;— erfbera eenea :i Carriers at TwrxTT-Fttf JrtjJTS pa week. In ill Interior cities and iswaa the ••r-i can iw bad it toa prus&pal Pe t l'xUcoi Dealer*. "Pe*— •— and AcecU. . . ; *4jsg"gj 'AdTcrttaißC Bates Is Bel)/ Eeterd-Cnloa. An* Square, 1 time... ..............,.,.,..,..;.. fl 00 boa Hsjuare, . — — . „ 1 75 sue Square, 5 __. » 6(1 t_ 1 adds— cal time. 50 IV— S*-?t«>a. I Hook flail tot— «, let vaga J* 50 (3 90 (5 00 Halt S'jnare, it page 9 50 (0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 March 1881

AGRICULTURAL. .... . .-■-.-. -■- - ■ ■ MATTER PREPARED SPECIALLY FOE ■ THE " RECORD - UNION." *" -**— * Corn-Planting and Sheep-Wash— ing Cows— April Showers in March . —Oxen on the Farm. The old-time custom on the New England and Northern State . farm as to wash the sheep immediately after planting corn. Corn planting waa generally finished in the early days of May. Sheep-washing was made a sort of holiday. The boys' were sent out in the early morning to gather up the sheep and drive them to the place of washing. Th's place was generally to some small creek or brook in the neighborhood, and not unfre quently the crossing of such creek or brook, with the public road or highway, be came the general sheep-washing ground or place for the whole neighborhood for miles around ; the bridge across the creek being converted into a sort of corral for the season, each farmer in torn used it for his ; flock. Temporary bars being constructed^ at each end of the bridge, the sheep were driven into...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 March 1881

SPORTING COLUMN. It. AND OUTDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND G__ CULTURE. The Field, Range, . Track, Course, Cue, . - Ring, Stream, Sail, Car, Trap, ' Kennel and Stable. Spring Race*. — The Pacific Coast Blood Horse Association opens its spring racing -season May 14th. The first race is the -California stakes, for two-year-olds, of $25 forfeit, $250 added ; a dash of half a mile. This closed the list of August last, with twelve nominations— the get of Norfolk, Rutherford, Springbok, Lever, Spectre and Monday. The second race is a purse of $200; heats of three-quarters of a mile, for fillies four years ' old and under, and the third is a selling race, purse $150 ; horses entered to be sold lor $1,000 to carry the rule weight, an 1 a deduction of two pounds forever, §100 beiow that sum; the dis tance one mile. he fourth race is the Winter's stake for three-year-olds, a dash of one and a half miles, $100 each, $25 for feit, $500 added ; second to have -**150, and the third to save stake. This close...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. -BATI-0AT.................nAKCH 19, 1881 Dally Meteorological Kerord-.sinnal Serv ice fnlled States Army. ■ " Bacra__s to, March IS. 1881— 8:02 P. X. , •3 C|3*= -"5 '■ -gf •. ■_..' =.= 5 ts"T = 5 <or **_.""' 2. -"<m fl" 3 " I a ill ?1? s : S. . ' : -""J. "£ P "??!■§ :I? 3 r.-*»'. : Olympia . 30.35 49 73 S. W. ....... ..'..Cloudy' Portland. 30.10,50 93 S. 1•■ Light.. .03'Lt. rain Rosebnre3o.4o 51 76 ;N. 3 Gentle .... Cloudy Bed Bluff. 30.29;.*", 68 8. W. 1 Light. Clear SacraniV, 30.29;56 51 8.4 Gentle .... Clear - •8. Fran.., 30.37 45 84 Calm Calm.. Clear .." •Visalia.. 30.564 C 823. E. 8 Gentle. .... Clear ♦LAngei. 30.117142 74 K. 7 Fresh.. ■■■■ Clear Max. Ther., 63. Mm. Ther.. 40. River above low water mark, 19 ft 6 in. -, -X": ♦4.02 a. a. - ■ ■ Weather Probabllille*. - Washington-, March 19—- Morning.— Indications for California; Fair weather. THE REASONS For declaring the Wkkkly Union the best family paper are obvious. It is the only weekly paper whi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 March 1881

.THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SATUEDAT. . .\ .... . . . . . MARCH IS. 1»S1 ' -A— _>**-_■*-_£__--* MENTION. t*pfefßfegJ»?S*sa_vfe; -7 Metropolitan Theater— Troupe, day anil evening. . is®asß2*pßX^Jm&%g£ A. O. U. W.— Union Lodge 21, to-night. : 7 ■_.'- Imp. O. — . : M.— Bed Jacket Tribe, j to-morrow evening. : • Good Maker Wanted— Millinery Department Me ehuiics' Store. . A cook wants a place. Imp. O. R. M.— Owoeeo Tribe, to-morrow evening. Sullivan's Mirror of Ireland— Nut week. Our Friends' Masquerade— April lit. , Auction Sales. Sherburn & Smith— This morning, 323 X street. Bell £ Co.- 11 A. m. to-day. 008 J street. Bell & Co.— This evening, 908 J street. Bnslnew Advertisements. Hale Bros. ft Co.—" From the- All — . etc -Edward C«dw»—o_" — Seal Estate and Kotary. C Schaefcr— Cooper and Tank Maker. Golds:-, Eagle Hotel— J. UeVt ' Mississippi Kit—ten— J. Senatz. Hub Punch— Richard* & Harris,,;,. Tic. Table— Sacramento and Davisvilie. Soap — ..sl. re ', McNeill k Co. Scr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 March 1881

FATHER GAUCHER'S ELIXIR. BY ALPIIONSK DAODKT. "Drink a draught of this, my friend, and tell me what yuu think of it." The cure of Graveson began carefully, as a lapidary counts his pearls, to pour ■out," drop by drop, thimblefuls 'of a " liqueur ,' of a golden green color, spark ling and most delicious. My blood was all aglow after this delicious draught. t \. s This drink is Father Gaucher's elixir ; it is the joy and health of the whole coun try of 7 Provence," continued the honest fellow triumphantly. -y," It is made in the monastery of the Premontres ; it is worth all the Chartreuses in the world. And if yon only know how entertaining the story of this elixir is ! Listen, I will tell it to .you." ' ■ ':..;. ;■ ■ '.' y " Accordingly he began in the most simple manner — in the dining room of the rectory, which was so modest, and calm, and adorned with the whole history of the cross, and with curtains starched out like surplices — to tell me the story, which was somewhat irreverent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET REVIEW. (REPORT in TOR THE SACRAU— TTO RECORD- C510K." — ts Fkaxcisco, March 17, ISSI. .;. GENERAL CHASMS— . Baos AMD Backiiso— Spo goods art firm at SJ'3? B{c ; June and July delivery. B, (trite; Potato Gui lie ' 13' c from Bret ha da: W,«l Bag" 44@4Se I r 3' Is and — -aSOc aiiie for I ft.» ; Burlap goods. Tic for 40 --inch, 7*c for 45-iuch, and l.lefor&Kiich; liop Cloth, 13,'tl4c¥yard. . ... - .-..■■.- B l . T-, urn - no s— Trade is fair and prices an without change. •-.-< Bread— Assorted Crackers, 10@12e ; Bo ton and similar kinds. 8c ; Soda, <s'oc ; Pilot Bread, X"' c ; Bhlp Bread, ... # — - Kr.ls:> Kn.liih Bath, foe? doeen; English Fire, <S1 50 from lis 1 1 hand" , California bid——, s dose tions, %6 ■ 0 ■-.. {'_: «, t o— — id. — Common, ti 25, '-' " 5 a- ,1 $3 25 ft the three numbers ; Common Braid, *-':■'). $3 and $3 50 ; ' Extra, $3, *3:,.:r,n 1 -1; Ilstra Braid, *3 SO, Si anil «4 SO ; Little Beauties, tt: Star Extr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 March 1881

WASHINGTON. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. THE OEGABIZATION OF OONGEESS. Full List of the Committees Elected by tie I Republican Majority. . THE PROSPECTS OF AN EXTRA SESSION. _£id— _9_B_ R_ stt _ltf_h_SH_ft— BSß*_SßSM*k9Xßßßß"" Encouraging Outlook In Regard to the Chinese Treaties. Etc .. ..Etc ..Etc. Washington, March lSth. — took his seat. Pendleton called up his organization reso lution. Anthony, intending to offer another resolu tion, moved to postpone it indefinitely. A vote resulted 37 to 37. Davis voted with the Democrats. Mahone, to the astonishment of all, voted with the Democrats at first, but changed his vote amid applause and hisses. Edmunds and Vance paired. . The Chair voted aye, and declared the mo tion carried. Saulsbury said he rose not to object to the vote of the Vice-President, but to express the opinion that he had not the power to decide in a question of this character. It was an assumption of power by the Vice-President unwarranted by the Constit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. •AXIT VTIOS KEKIEft-TOL. IT — JfO. 9319. DAli¥ RiiOEO SERIES -tOL. -HO. 4353. HE-DAILY^ RECORD-UNION. fc»tere<l at the Post OtLcc at Sacramento a* second class muter PUBLISHED BY THE laoramento Publishing Company. PK. U. HELLS, Ceaeral Mauser. HMlwttoi Offlce, Third St., bet. J »nd K. - THE DAILY BECOED-rSIOJ _ fe PbMHm4 snry day at tfc* weak. Banian axoepted. f« 0n«r««r................. .............. ......tlO 00 ' ft* cU month*. - I 00 gorthne month* „,..„ I 00 : Van ooples on* year, to one address... .•...■•0 00 P Botoerlban terrcd bi Carriers at Twnrr-Tm tun per weak. In all Interior dtlw and towns the {war can be of the principal Perlodioal Dealers. ■ swtmen and Aeent*. •.•■•.;■■■ -.--.- AdTcrtblac B*to«la Bail? Beeerd-Cnlen. Square. I tim» ................ ,...........tl 00 fine Shorn™, 1 Uses. 1 IB BneSqnaw. 3 tinea. t 60 ■aok additional time. !"!" (0 _ „ 1 Week. I Weds. lMooth [all Bqoam, lit page...... 5160 $JM tSM Bali Squre. Mpac* IB 100...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORDVUNION. Howl* •Z^ " MAgCn Bt/IBSI Weather Probabilities. Washington, March 21st-Morning. - Indications : for California : Fair weather. :r _- — :—-- - r NEWS OF THE MORNING. ; In New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at 113 i for^of 1907 ;;iml for of 1881; 111 (or «H ; *erUnf. * -®* 64; iUTer bari -112 -"■■-',■'-■-'■-'' ■■ - ■ '' - - J "' ;■" "■ •" ' Silver In London, 62d ; consols, 100 3-10 ; 5 per cent. United States bonds,. 1«J; 4s, 116; <}s i in'san Francisco hall dollars are quoted at J dig count to par; Mexican doJlsn, »o@9oic. At Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at Da Cd eftjlOd for Rood to choice California. , V Mining stocks hare been dull and ' nominal in fan Francisco throughout the past week. * An attempt was made to tone up the values a little Saturday morning, but with indifferent success. The closing of the citron fair at LO3 Angeles has been postponed until to-morrow night. . A meeting of the State Trustee! of the Normal School was held...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. »os;;v. .. .. V. '..... .;..... jiAiuu am issi ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. I. O. O." P., Sacramento Lodge, funeral to-morrow. A. O. F-, Court Capitol, to-night. . Germania B. and L. dues to day. Mail lettings — proposals wanted. Card of thanks— L. arid Anna Matthews. Pry goods salesman wanted— Red Home. . Pioneers-Funeral to-morrow. ! Saslaesa Advertisements. Delinquent sale— Oil. Sugar Co. Hub punch— Richards & Harrison. : For Sitka and Alaska— Steamer ' Calif Trustee's sale, April 14th. ; Bond redemption— State Treasurer." Proposal* wanted — State Prison Directors. Wilcox i Wholesale liquors. . P. H. Russell— Choice groceries. •'• - ; . r - Chickcritig & Sons' pianos— L. K. Hammer. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TEE LANDES CASE. The case of the People against George E. Lande?, charged with bigamy, which has been claiming the attention of the Superior 1 'ourt Ana the 11th iuslaat, was concluded on Satnrday. The entire day of Saturday was occupied up to 4 o'clock P. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 March 1881

PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS. [dispatches OF SATURDAY AND Sunday.] OBSEQUIES OF GENERAL UPTON. Argument Commenced In the Kalloch - Murder Trial. PURSUIT OF THE ARIZONA HIGHWAYMEN. The Second Trial of Clarence Gray to be Held In San Hateo County. OKf «.ON AND WASHINGTON TEBKI TORY British Columbia Grievance* to be Sub mitted to the Queen. CALIFOKMA. The Kalloch Tri»l-Ob«-quic i or tic serai Ipi on Death of a Prominent I'll Urn. Sax Francisco, March 20ib.— "More inter eft centered in the Kallouh case yesterday, consequently the Court-room was packed aad seats were at a premium. Mr. Highton, for the defense, and Messrs. Murphy and Lloyd, for the prosecution, were absent. At the opening of the Court, at 10 o'clock, an hour was taken up in submitting "instructions." Mr. Campbell then proceeded to the opening argument for the people. Throughout the whole argument the defendant manifested no mark of feeling when he was severely ban died, but maintained his accustomed serenity. The obsequies of the l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. •AILT VinOV RKaiKS IV -HO. 9350. BAH.T RECORD BEUIES-f XXIII -SO. 4354. THE DAILY record-union. Wercd at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class natter PUBLISHED BY THE laoramento Publishing Company, WH. H. mug, Ceaerml Manager. e»kU«»tlon Office, Third it- bet. J and K. ID DABLT BECOED-rSIO a poMMwd every day of tko week, Sundays excepted. lot od« year .............$lO 00 for atx month*. 6 00 forihiee month* „,-, S 00 V*n ooplK one raw, to one addreM «.,, SO 00 Bubacrlben Mfred bi Canton at TwtKTV-Tm Ourrs per weak. In all Interior dues and town* the (us oan be had of the principal Periodic** Dealers, wimen and Agtetm. ad remain* Kate* Is Dally Keeerd-tnlori. Ana Square. I time f 1 00 in* Square. 1 time*. 1 75 See Squire, 3 times. ISO ■uk additional Urn*. 60 I Week. IWmks. lKonth gall Senate, lit pat*..... (3 SO 13 60 $5 00 Halt Square, ft! pace ISO 101 1 00 Half Square. Sd page 100 4H 100 Halt Syuatc, Mb pace.:.... 100 100 4 00 Bqumie. lit pace...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION^ <:.- IV . . . .... .'. :..... . ...SIAKCII i B*. ISM Datly Meteorological ueeord— Signal Serv ice United State* Array. fjACr.AHK.vro, March 21, lSBl— r. H. — a jf | Ifl Is a? §2.f I Vjf .-■ sis 5 ? I llil sit a 1% ?r ra ? g ?£§ : %■$ 5 53. (Hympla. 30.08 M 75 W. 1 Light.. .... Fair Portland. 30.10 55 81 Calm ....... .... Clear ll<>sßb*n:3o.l4 US 7J Calm ........... Clear Re'ißloff .l'6l 63 N. W. 2 U-'h". .... Clear Sacrani'to 30.05 66 7* 3. W. 4 Gentle ....Clear ♦I Si :!0.11 4!) BSJN. W. 9 Fresh.. .... Clear ; •Visa'iia 30.0»'« B.J 3. K. 1 Light.. .?.-. Clear •LATi;-e1.|30.07|47 77|Calm I ..:. Clear. Max. Thcr., 73. Kin. Ther., S3. River above low water mark, 19 ft 2 in. '4.02*. «■ ■ ■•■■■■-- ■ ■ NEWS OF THE MORNING. ■ In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 113 1 for tool 1907; 103J for 5s of 1881; 1111 for 4js ; sterling, $4 81@4 BSJ ; silver bars, mi .;-:■■ f; ? . v ".. . ;:■■ .' „ .-.. • a London, 62d ; consols, 09 K>-10 ; 5 per ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TJE5DAY. . . .... ....... . . M.4B< II fl, 1881 ■ |MSVSK7I3EMEHT MENTION.- Concert To-night— At Congregational Church. Wanted— man of steady habits. For Sale— Mountain vineyard ; Carl Strobe!. British Mutual Bern lit and Social Society. Wanted— By an American woman. Creditors — Estate of Sarah Hasselbacli, deceased. ' IMstiliery nd winery in the foot-bills for sale. :■-'_ Auction Sales. Bell & Co. —Sale of Hambletoniau mare today. Bell & Co.— of Furniture to-day. 3usin9?3 Advertisements. The People's Mammoth auction sale. San Francisco Business Directory- James Lawrence, English Banker, Fourth and J street*. Sacramento Planing Mill— and Blinds. Chae. W. Rapp & Co.— Choice groceries. Mechanics' Exchange— Jacob Schmid, proprietor. Hurray & Lanmau's Florida Water. Dr. Mintie's Great English Remedies— Kirk & Co. Henry Fisher Fine Cukes, Ice Cream, etc. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Sentence Postponed.— ln the Superior Court yesterday, G. E. Landes, c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 March 1881

PACIFIC COAST. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. THE AEIZONA HIGHWAYMEN. A Resolute Party still on the Trail of the Bobbers. FATAL AFFRAY AT SAN BUENAVENTURA. Dissatisfaction Among the Workmen at the Mare Island Navy Yard. — OBEGO.V AM» WASHING r OX TERRITORY Scarcity of Labor on the Railroad Works in British Columbia. (tLIHIRMI. Man Mlxstng-The Kalloch Trial. San Frascisco, March 21st.— Frank J. Kirn ball, a member of the firm of Hughes k Co., commission merchants, went to St. Louis gome time ' ago on business. On his return he bought a ticket for Kansas City, since which nothing has been heard of him. Foul play is suspected, as he was known to have a kree amount of money in bis possession. . He was a man of exemplary habits,, and under engagement of marriage to the daughter of a prominent citizen of San Francisco. < In the Kallorh trial to-day Mr. Galpin, junior counsel for the defense, has been talk ing against time, owing to the illness of Mr. HightoD, the principal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION, Bill? FNl©* RF.SIES -TOT,. IT — If*. 9351 . BAIL'S USCOCD SEKIES-vOlu XXIII -HO. OH, THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Wered it the Post Office *t Sacramento as leconil class matter PUBLISHED BY THE laoramßnto Publishing Company. WK. B. mil, Central Maamger. . Publication Office, Third it., bet. J sad K. TBS DAILT KECOBD-rXIO tspabUabad mrrdaref «k« w»«k, SmuUj* except*! for one rear (10 00 for Us. month.. 6 00 For thn« months *'■■• 3 00 T»n capita on« year, to on» tddroas .„... 00 00 Bab».-ribor» «nd br Carrier! M Tw»HTI-rrv» Cam per week. In all interior cities and town* the Rier on be had of the principal Periodical Declaim. nsffl and Acenta. AdrerttilßS Kate* la Dally Reeerd-rnlon. •n* Square, 1 time..,,,...,,.., „,,, (1 08 bop Square, 3 times. ...a........... 1 78 Ooe3<in»rs, S times. 1 SO Xanti VW*ffnmT tims . •.••■• 60 lWeok. I Week*. 1 Month g»!f Bdture, M page f2 60 t* M V> 00 US Square, Mpa*e....... IN f 08 t 00 talf Suture. M pa«« 00 ISO 6 00 Ul...

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