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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 November 1891

NOT ENOUGH MONEY. No More Granite Steps in Capitol Park Tiil 1893. The Fstlmate of the Money Required for tho Purpose -was Too Low— The Sidewalk Goes. The granite steps for the Capitol grounds will have to go uncompleted un til the meeting of another Legislature. The Legislature of ISS9 made an appro priation of $17,920 to construct ten tiers of granite steps on the grounds. The whole amount estimated by competent stone cutting firms to be sufficient to complete this work was expended on four flights, and about enough rock was cut for one more. The last Legislature appropriated $T>,ono to complete the work in the same style as that already done. The present Board of Capitol Commis sioners claimed to be able to make $6,0»>0 go as far as the £17,920 of their predeces sors. They advertised for bids, none of which came within the sum appropriated for the purpose. The lowest bid was a trifle short of £9,C00, showing that the ap propriation of lh£9 was ample to complete the whole wo...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 November 1891

4 MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. New Order of Things at the Madi son Square Theater. Hoyt In His Glory—lJernliardt at the Standard — Thomas W. Keene's "Ix>uls Xl."—"Yon Yonson" and His Dialect—Flashes From the Foot lights of Many Theaters. A. P. Dunlop, writing from New York under date of November 14th, says: The event of distinctive interest in the atrical matters, this week, was the pro duction, at the Madison Square Theater, of Charles H. Hoyt's latest larce-comedy, "A Trip to Chinatown," because it marked the actual beginning of Mr. Hoyt'g career as a resident New York manager. Very few men, whatever their positions in the profession may have i^een, have ever had the full measure of satisfaction which was enjoyed by Mr. iloyt hast Monday night. He was the uuthor of the play, the director of the production, the company was his own, and the piece was presented in his own theater. The performance was an ex ceedingly successful one, in that it ac complished its purpose fully. It enter tain...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 November 1891

TRIAL OF FOURGOUS. Rebuttal Testimony All In and the Arguments Begin. The Clothing or the Dead Woman Shown In Court — Drawing to a Close. The trial of August Fourgous, charged ■with the murder of his wife, was resumed before Judge Van Fleet and a jury yes terday morning. District Attorney Ryan proceeded to offer more testimony in rebuttal for the prosecution. Coroner George Clark was placed on the witness-stand and an at tempt was made to exhibit, through the Coroner, the clothing worn by Mrs. Fourgous when she met her untimely death. The defense objected strenuously to the clothing being shown, giving various reasons for the objection. NO POWDER MARKS. District Attorney Ryan insisted that the clothing should be admitted. He de sired to prove the falsity of Fourgous' .story that his wife was shot accidentally while they were struggling for the pos -ion of the weapon. He would show that there were no powder marks on the clothing, thus proving that the shots •Mjuld not have been fired...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 November 1891

(5 TENT AND VAN DWELLERS. The Shockingly Degraded Romany of Great Britain. Work of the Great Philanthropist Geo. Smith of Coalvllle In Trying to Save the Children of These Miserable People and Better Their Condition —Always Aided by the Press. [Special Correspondence of the Record] Union. Copyright, 1891.1 Crick, Eng.. November 9, 1891. In my last article from this quaint old English village, I gave a brief outline of the work of George Smith of Coalvillein rescuing the children of the brick-yards and canal-boats of England from their former frightful condition of slavery, ig jiorance and misery. The half of it could not be fittingly told in an entire volume. But when the social hi story of England is written, this unlet tered and furiously persistent philanthro pist must stand as the greatest and most practical child-saver of his time. After between twenty and thirty years of labor through penury, scoffing and cruel dis couragement, with a few later years of generally recognized €:...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 November 1891

IN RELIGION'S REALM. Expressions from the Various Religious Newspapers. The Religious Thought of tho Bay as Expressed in the Sectarian Press- Some Matters of Interest to Both Ministers and Laymen. In speaking of the Andover decision, the Christian Union observes that "to re vive the attack upon the seminary Would be regarded by the public at lar^e as an attack upon one of the valued insti tutions of the Christian church and as an act in itself inimical to Christian faith and life. Andover Seminary can now go on doing its work in peace and quiets representing with fidelity and power that phase of religious truth which it appre ij iids and which is given to it to empha size. And the ethical question whether the authors of 'Progressive Orthodoxy' can properly subscribe to the Andover creed of lKftS; whether, in other words, there is any other inconsistency between the ancient and the modern Andover theology than that which always exists in a living system between that which is and that...

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. — 21 November 1891

8 THE EPISCOPALIANS. The True Policy of Diocesan Missions Discussed. Washington, Nov. 19. — The third day's session of the Episcopal Congress began this morning, with Bishop Dudley of Kentucky presiding. A nnmber of essays were read on the general subject of new and old parochial methods. In tho afternoon I-tev. Mr. Lindes of New Haven delivered an address, in which he protested against the indis criminate and sweeping condemnation of all church societies. He pleaded earnestly for discrimination and a wise choice be tween possible agencies that are at hand, saying in the first place that organizations should be simple. The work of societies should not be substituted for personal work, nor should the church be per mitted to obscure personal elements that made the preaching of ministers in the past so successful, Rev. Mr. Jones of Wilkesbarre fol lowed in much the same lines as Rev. Mr. Lindes. The need of the day, said he, was not for a simpler or more perfect organization in the mat...

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. — 23 November 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.--NO. 80. WORKING LIKE BEAVERS. Efforts to Locate the Republican National Convention. SAN FRANCISCO'S DELEGATION IS GAINING IN CONFIDENCE. The Chicago Socialists Denounce the Anarchists—An Aired Divine Hangrs Himself—Valne of Coming Events of the Brooklyn and Coney Island Jockey Clubs—An Indignant Mayor. Special to the Rkcord-Uniox. Washington, Nov. 22.—The National Republican Committee meets to-morrow morning. After organization is effected, the resignation of Chairman Quay will be acted on, and some one chosen as his successor. In the afternoon the delegations from the various cities desiring to entertain the' National Republican Convention next year will be heard. A member of the committee to-night j Baid that each delegation would probably I be allowed an hour for argument. Then the committee will ballot until v city has been selected. The Omaha delegation has chosen Judge C. It. Scott to present Omaha's claims. Cincinnati will be presented by ex-Gov- I ernor Forak...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 November 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UgiON ISSUED BY THE SACBAMEKTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and K. time" — ' * —•- THE^DAILY RECORD-UNION, For one year *. 5c 00 For elxnionLfcs...... mm 3 00 For three months.. 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents, per week In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. the Weekly Union per year 11 50 a^- These publications are sent either by Hail or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postoflßce at Sacramento as ■econd-class matter. The record- union ana Weekly BKion are the only papers on the Coast, outside, of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated Press dispatches from all parts of the world. Outside of San Fran cisco, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 November 1891

CHAMPION DUKES. They Beat the Sacramentos Twice at the Finish. Tho Closing Games at tho Bay Add Two More Defeats to tbe Colonel's List. The California League baseball season closed yesterday. Of course San Jose has the pennant— that was demonstrated a week ago. But in oider to leave no room for "ifs" and "huts'' San Jose took just two more games yesterday—both of them from Sacra mento—winding up the season with a spurt The Recoud-F;nion dispatches regard ing tbe games tell tbe story in detail, as follows: San Joss, Nov. 22.—A large crowd wit nessed the two games here to-day. be tween San Jose and Sacramento, tho former winning both. The score of the first game was (j to 0, and the second 8 to 2. In the second game McHale was able to resume his place as catcher. Parrott j pitched in the first game and was batted I all over the field. The second game was an exciting one. Hustin was put in the box and did fairly well. The San .loses won by bunching their hits. Sacramento played poorly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 November 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Sacramento, November 21st. PBTJlT—Lemons—Sicily. S~<g.** 50 * »>ox; California. S5 soe-:6 50; Limes, $4 50<^5 » • >^1 fi 100: Bananas, B2 50eg,:; bunch !<>r island; Coooanuts,f 7_ 8; Mexican Uranaes, §4 t* box; Pineapples, »;<> cents eacb, $7 m oosen; Peaches, 40(_60c ? box; Meetariaea, rr>c^siy.t.'>.\; Plums,soc#fl 259box;Bart lett Pears, Si 50 f l>o.\; Apples, 50@75c %» box for Green, and 75e-(".^l ior It«d. CANNED ti< m IDS—Assorted Table. §1 65® 1 75; Ajipi's. §1 <;<>: Apricots, $1 50; Black berries, $1 75_>] >5; Cherries, SI &5@2 35; Currants $2 _5; Gooseberries, SI kO:'« 1 90; Muscat Grapes, SI 4U_l 50; Plums, §1 40; Quinces. SI 75; Htrawberrit-s, S2 50. BREADSTUFPIB—FIoor, S5 50 '$ bbl; Oat iii.-..i. _u-r_ sacks. OTiC ?. S'« 50 100-ib sacks; Corniiieal, while, S2 60 sacks; yellow, f2 60 *» 25-tt» sacks: Cracked Wheat, S-l 10 & P)-ib sacks; S~ |l 100-ft sacks Hominy, f3 75^ 10-tt> sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 November 1891

THE TURF CLUB. It is Already On Deck for Next Year's J Events. The Spring Meeting to Succeed That of the Blood-llorse Association—Two Races Thanksgiving Day. There was a well attended and enthusi astic meeting of the Directors of the Cap ital Turf and Driving Club at the Golden Eagle Hotel on Saturday evening, at which President J. W. Wilson presided. The meeting was called for the dual pur pose of fixing the date for holding the spring meeting of 189- and completing arrangements for a couple of races at Ag ricultural Park on Thanksgiving Day. The matter of the spring meeting, and also of the proposed autumn trotting colt stakes (for 1892) were discussed at con siderable length. It was evident from the interest manifested by all present that both events will be conducted on a scale that will attract the attention of horse men in all parts of the State. • It was decided to have tho spring meet ing open the week following the Blood- Horse Association's meeting in San Fran cisco, and o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 November 1891

6 ALL MILLIONAIRES. The Curious People of Economy; Pennsylvania. All Their Property Is Held In Com mon—Their Idea of tho Creation and the Fall of Man—The Quaint Church and Tower. About one hour's ride from Allegheny on the Fort Wayne road, near Beaver, the home of the more or less illustrious Quay, and known by the very sugges tive name of Economy, is a quaint village founded in ISOS by a company of several hundred Germans, half of whom landed at Philadelphia. They were brought over at the instigation of one Herr Rapp, who had preceded his religious followers to look up a suitable settlement. Five hun dred of the beautiful and productive acres upon which these Econornites then settled, upon which the remaining num ber, only about forty souls now, still abide, were at that time purchased from the grandfather of James G. Biaine. The town has one of the loveliest situa tions imaginable. It begins on the very edge of a bluff overlooking the Ohio River. The streets are at right angles ■w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 November 1891

VOLUME LXXXn.-KO. 81. MERCILESS ELEMENTS. Destructive Storms Sweep Over the Atlantic States. mai;y lives sacrificed and prop erty DESTROYED. a Tho City of Wurdiinsrton Was in the Path of tlio Storm, and SutTercd Greatly—Several People aro Killed nnd tho Whit* House is Badly Dumuged. Fpcelrd to the Rfcokd-Unios. Mbw Yo_tK, Nov. 23.—A terrible wind nnd rainstorm came up the coast to-day, untold dßrnago in all directions. She storm wan one which was so re in_rkflblo in its varied characteristics, and far-reaching in the area of its sweep, that i: will be recorded, especially in tiie log - of telegraph and telephone eom }tatties, aa having equaiied. if not ex celled, the great bl_ezard of 1888, From numerous points come reports ' f damage, destruction and death; and not until a cessation of the warring tletnenta permits the restoration of tele graphic communication with the points at present inaccessible, will the full ex t nt of the destruction be known. Originating near Southern Georg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 November 1891

2 DAILY REC<-^-XJyiON ISSUED BY THE $_CR_i_N_ PfIBLiSBJM COMPiNi Offioe. T_ir«_ Street, between J and X, TfIE>|DAILY RECORD-UNION, Fo*JH»e yelg,. ..*—.; _ f6 oo r»^»ix'lto.-tl_} v .. 8 00 F6r fktffe. months 1 50 Subscribers s_rve_ .by Canters at FirrESN C_xi_. per wc-tk In all Interior cities and (ofU_' paper cab be had of the principal P.-i__ieal Dealers. Newsmen and A_e_t_. THE WEEKLY UNION, I« the cheapest and most desirable Home, Now* and tjj.rary Journal published on the Vacifft Coaff. l_e W____y -Union per year $1 50 »kW These publications ar© Rent either by Mail or Express to agent, or single subscrtDers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are age-ta. T6e Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at ,the Postoffice at Sacramento as eacond-clasa matter. The .Record- union ana Webklt U-fKtf- are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated Press dispatches from all parts of the world. Outside of San fran cisco, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 November 1891

MUNICIPAL MATTERS. Action Postponed on the Electric Railway Franchise. -lor© Complaints Aaralnst Poundmas ter O'Neill—Chancres in Election Officers—Street Work, Etc. J. H. Henry appeared before the Board of Trustees at yesterday's session and asked that final action on the P-street franchise be postponed until sueli time as hi.s company should see fit to hsve it called up again. Tie said the members of the board were undoubtedly aware of tho fact the electric company had purchased all the lines of railroad in Sacramento, j and this necessitated changes in its former plans. On motion of Trustee Conklin, the re quest was granted. _______ DKSrGNATIOX. On the recommendation of Postmaster Coieman it was ordered that the names of tho streets be painted on all the red Eosts thoughout the city to which mail oxe. were attached. A petition that :t sower bo laid in the alloy between Q and H, Third and Fourth streets, was referred, to the Street Commissioner. _____ WANT liASA-T. A petition was ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 November 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. BAC'RAMSITTO MARKET. "Rac-amknto, November 23d. KKUlT—Lemons—Sicily, S-ft*« 5o box; California. $5 50<46 50; Limes, §4 6C#S ■ <:,-.• >>1 r 100; Banana?, S2 50t03 bunch for [aland;Cocoa—uts, $7G B; Mexican Oranges, B4 > box; Pineapples, tio cents each, f7 *ft doz<'n; Peaches, 40^" tiOc f* box; Nectarines, ;i rl"'^; Plums,soc_9l 25»box;M__t- Jelt Pears, $1 50 <£ box; Apples, 50@75c *fi Ikjx for Green, and 75e.« *1 for Bed. CANNED GOODS— As-sorted Table, §1 65^> l 75; Apples.?l 60: Aprieota,fl 50; Black berrie-. ?1 75@1 85; Cherries, $1 95d2 35; Currants, §2 25; Gooseberries, sjl bO^il .0; >ius<at Grapes, SI 40<§tl 50; Plums, ?1 4o; Qulne«>s. $1 75. strawberriis, §2 50. BBEAD-TUFFS—FIour, S3 50 -?. bbl; Oat meal, 10-ib sacks, 8%0 _. it-; $3 50 V 10<>-! sacks; Cornrneal, white, S2 00fil0-ib saiks; yellow, $2 iO t* 25-B> neb; Cracked Wheat, ■_ io fi iu-. oacks; S~ B5 f lno !*> sacks; Hominy,f£t 76H 10_>sacks; S:; r>o^ioo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 November 1891

WORLD'S FAIR MONEY. Tfie Supreme Court Says It Was Le gally Appropriated. legislatures Have Considerable T_atl tude In the Matter of ApproprlatinK Funds for Public Purposes. The Supreme Court yesterday rendered its long-looked-for decision on the appli cation of Daggett and others for a writ of mandate to compel State Controller Col t*an to draw his warrant on the State Treasurer, in payment of a claim con tracted and audited by the petitioners, as members of tho California World's Fair Commission, in pursuance of the author ity given such commission by the Act of the last Legislature. It is in favor of the petitioners. The Act provides for tho appointment by the Governor of a commission who •'shall have the exclusive charge aud con trol of the expenditure of all moneys ap . propriated by tho State of California for the construction of buildings and main taining an exhibit of the products of tho State of California at tho World's Fair Columbian Exposition, to be held in the < ity...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 November 1891

6 CALLED AWAY. Death of George W. Chesiey, the Pioneer Merchant. Close of a Long and Useful Career—A Sketch of Deceased's Life-An Active Business Man. The pioneers of California are more and more rapidly dropping out of this sphere of action and joining the silent majority upon the other side. With each coining year we must expect the announcements to be made more frequently, telling of the life work finished ot the men who laid the foundations of the State, and have stood by her and aided in the building of the structure that to-day so pricks our pride and makes us exult that we are Cali fornians. George W. Chesiey is dead, at the ripe old age of t'9 years. One more of the Pioneer band has closed his earthly ac counts, and the roster in the little hall on Seventh street is one less in the number of its names, while the obituary tablet bears or.c more. Mr. Chesiey was one of the best-known and biggest-hearted men of Sacramento; a merchant whose busi ness related to the stirring time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 November 1891

VOLUME J_XXXII.«_\O. 82. HEEDS OF THE NAVY. Commodore Farquhar Submits His Annual Report THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR REPAIRS ENTIRELY TOO SMALL Bynura of Indiana Withdraws From tho Contest for Speakership of the House iv Favor of Roger Q. Mills- Death of Mrs. Cyrus XV. Field—Dis astrous Prairie Fires in Indian Ter- Speclal io tbe Kecokd-Unto*?. Washington, Nov. 24. — Commodore Farquhar, Chief of the Naval Bureau of - ards and Docks, in his annual report to tiie Secretary of the Navy, says the ap propriation for the maintenance of repairs and preservation has been so limited for many years past that it ha*- not been pos sible to provide for the necessary repairs or arrest tbe destruction due to time and neglect, and unless speedy relief is given many public buildings, wharves and docks will be past repair. The Com mandants of the various navy yards and stations asked for __._,___ under mainte nance, and for $817,711 under repairs and preservation, to maintain the naval BS blisbments under...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 November 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and K. °- • THE-wDAILY RECORD-UNION. For one year.. „ _ t.f 6 00 For six months.. 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers nerved by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, Is the cheapef-t and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Paclfle Coast. The Weekly Union per year $1 50 *_r These publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single subscriber., with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as second-class matter. The K_*_ord-_I-*-0-* ana "Weekly Union are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated Press dispatches from all parts of the world. Outside of San Fra>i eisco, they ha...

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