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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 March 1881

THEJAILYJiECOBD^JKm . VEDSr-SDJ-T ■; MACCU 23. 1881 Bally meteorological Record-Signal Serv ice railed Hales Army. Sacraukkto, March 22, 1531—8:02 P. v. I'll- §s I'lgal P*s c |. [I < o : Pa, f ?<M j M _L _il_ Olvmp-T 2^»i 50 S7 N.I Light.. .... Cloudy Ported ' -23. f»'56 "Calm Clear SP 29.95 02 61 N. W. i Gentle ....Clear n^Bluff 1ia.92 ! 65 e5.8.2 Lijht. Clear g^^-fo S 88;0T to H. 4 (Gentle .... C : ear «Fr»n i"0 Ol!49 IB Calm Clear •VUilia '■-■■•'. ' 51 93 ?.F- 3 Gentle. ... Clear » .83150 €5 Calm :. Clear Mix. Ther 73. Mi".' Ther., 53. River above low *•"• incr " wat«r mark. 19 ft 1 in. •4 02 A. M. JAMES A. HARWICH, " Observer Sergeant, Signal Corp-i, V. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bond* were quoted at 113; lor to of 1907 ; 103} for 5s of 18S1 ; 111} tat 4*9; sterling, $4 EOj@i £3 ; silver bars, lli'l ■ Silver in London, 63d ; consols, I'.OJ ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 104 ; to, 116; 4}s U4|. In Sin Francisco half dollars «re quoted at...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDNE5DAY. . . . . . . ; . . . ... . 51 AEt II 23, IS6I ADVERTISEMENT IUKTION. Information wanted of Carl W. Welirxan. For Me— fiife buggy horse. Auction Sale. D. J. Simmons— Great furniture sale. Business Anvcrtlseiceaie. B. I.ipmin & — Sprint; fashions. Lyons i; Barnes— Commission merchants. Swectser & Alsip— estate and insurance. Bristol's sugar coated vegetable pills. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Trial fob Mubdeb.— The case of Nancy A. Hamilton, indicted for the murder of her husband, George Hamilton, was yesterday taken up in the Superior Court before Judge Demon. Clinton L. White, attorney for the prisoner, submitted a motion for a continu ance of the case upon the ground of absence of his associate, Creed Haymond. The me tion was overruled. ; Mr. White then asked an order cf attachment for Mr. Haymond, but the Court declined to grant this order, stating as the (round fur bo doing that Mr. Haymocd notified the Court Bonne days since that he would not be ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. PACIFIC COAST ITEMS L'kiah schools have begun with 188 pupils. The small-pox scare is ovar in Mendo cino county. Redding, Shasta county, proposes to have a $10,000 brick school-house. The red lands of the foothill counties promise to yield largely this season. Thieves have been robbing several school libraries in southern Alameda county. The new law forbids Trustees in Nevada from contracting debts for the public schools. A colony of Napa men are looking for grape land at Cloverdale, with a view of locating. During February the Albion mil!, Men doeinu county, sawed 29,300 feet of lam ber per day. In Carson it is found that Chinamen sell whisky to Indians. Recently three Celes tials were airestod for that offense. The ranch owners of Long valley, Mor gan valley and Upper Like and vicinity offer a reward of $25 oach for coyote scalps. At Belmont, New, Thomas Burns has been convicted of the murder of Thomas Mack, and sentenced to the.State Prison for life. The t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 March 1881

baiit .■ rJffok^»l!TJß»ic»-TOl- IV -mo. 9332. MAUL? U£COKD B£BIrII-tOJi. XXIII -SO. 4356. S HE DAILY RECORD-UNION. dieted at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THS Sacramento '■; Publishing Company, - WJB. M. HUM, General Manager. *a\Ule*.ttsa Office, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY SECOED-CKIOir ayabflabed «T«er day of tie weak. Sudan accepted. roioaerear.... •••• ;..... ........tlO 00 for atx month*. • S 00 foe three months ...... 300 , ■tad ooplw cm i*u. to one addna .. NOD ■3ob*criben «erv«l tit Carrier! at TWTHTY-#rrm Oum per « osi. Id all interior altle* and towns the «p«f cms b» hid of the principal Periodical Dealera. Utwtmen and Agent*. -....-.,. AdTcrtUlßg Kate* la DmXlr Krxord-lnloa. #n» Square, 1 time.. ................ .........:...*1 00 Square, ! time*..... 1 76 Bouave. I time*. .'. I SO I fHfUrt"*! tiwr^ m f JO I Week. I Weeks, lifonth •alf Square, lit page *1 60 -<. IS SO (5 00 RalX Square, 3d page ISO OS 00 Elf SquitoPM pace 100 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 March 1881

■THE"- DAILY. RECORD-UNION. Tucits»AV...:.'..:." MARCH ■«. 18X1 Bitty Mtteiirclosleal Itccord— Slsiial Serv . lee lulled Hates Army, s '.*>•• . : SACRAJjnsTo, March 23, lßSl-&02 p.m. trill |M ml if OlmS 49.99 58 79 " S. 7 Fresh .22 Cloudy Portlind. 30.09 51 72 S. 7 trash .11 Fair -,: . IWcburE ao.lt 52 I 3 !•;. 1 Light .03 Cloudy. R«lBio5 a.'JI 81 58 3- F. 5 Gentle .... Clear rSrtnarfto JOOt 38 7P S. 10 Fresh .... Clear . 8 p,-. 3J.01 48 «3 «■ 5 Ficsh .... Fogey •Vi-^lia »JX » C. 3. E. 3 Gentle .... Clear ;. «t,An2>=!. 29.98 50 03 Calm :. .■■..■■■■ Fo|Ky Max Ther., 73. Mm. Ther., 53." River above low water mark. 19 ft 1 in. •4 02 a. M. • JA--lES A. BAR WICK, j nbscrver Serpeiut, Signal Corps, U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In Xcw York yesterday Government bonds were ii ;s! iiri- of 190" ; 101J for 53 cf 1381; 4js ; sterling, $4 SoJ<g4 S3 ; silver bare, in LiondoD,' G2d ; consols, 1-0}; 5 per Patted States bonds, 1041; 4b, 116; 4js 1! Id Sao Francisco half d liars are quo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Till E5bjtT.r... :...... .....51A8CXl 24. 1881 ' AivrKTisEisiEirr ■ KEHTION. " : ; \ I Metropolitan Theater— Mirror of I . eland. ■ " Lecture to hdics by Dr. Ellen G. Smith. Wanted— A good, willing boy. Sacramento Commander;— afternoon. sact ..-.. macderjr- This ei-eninjr. 4 action Sale. Bberboin & £n;ith— Sale of real estate. gSn^aess Advertisement*. Bristora «ars»p:.ril!i tnd pills. Arcade Hot I, Thcmas Guiuean, proprietor. W. Wood, dentist, Fourth and .1 streets. ' '■■; LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. EXTRA SE£SIOH OF THE LEGISLATURE CALLED. Governor Perkins returned from San Fran cisco list evening and immediately issued his proclamation for an extra , session of the Legislature. It reads as follows : .AMATION. ■_■■".' Wherear, It is considered by me that an extraordinary occasion new exists for con vening the legislature, now, therefore, under and by virtus of the authority in me vested by Section 9 of Article V. of the j Constitu tion of the State of California...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. PACIFIC COAST. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. / KIOT IN 00NTBA COSTA COUNTY. One Man Killed wltn a Slung:»hot, and Several Others Injured."" THE KALLOCH CASE GOHE TO THE JTJBY. -"■■■■.■-■.■... Skilled Mechanics Put at Laborers' Work at Hare Island. ANOTHER <WIIT»C AFFAIR. Loss of a Leg at Cape Horn by being Run Over by a Train. mil— m War In Contra t'o.ta Count} One Man Klllrd and Otber* Injured.' BMaetibez, March 23d. —At Norton vUle last Saturday night a difficulty occurred be tween some miners who had come into the camp from Bellingham Bay and were work ing ia the miner, and some Italians, al-<> working there. One of the Italians was hit on the head with a slungahot, and after walk ing home laid down and died from conclusion of the brain. Several others were injured, but only slightly. Very little can be learned about the affair, as all concerned refuse to say anything ; but an inquiry now going on may elicit the fact*. Five miners ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 March 1881

»«T,Y 1>"O1« SK«fEg-YOL. IT— HO. «333. U.UIJ Kr.COCI» ftEKSES -¥•>!-. X* HI-NO. 4351. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Stored it the Post Office at Sacramento as s^conJ class nutter j PUBLISHED BY THK laoramkto Publishing Company. WM. M. nut, Cencra! Msnwr. . raWeatlen Office, Third it., bet J and K. THK !»AIJLT BECOBD-VXIOX bpob&h** trtjjiMfot tbawMk. Sundays executed. fgraoerw ........|IO 00 fo» sU months. 5 00 forthne maths •■. . 300 Tan ooptM one year, to one addwsi ..... SO 00 Subscriber! semd by Carriers at TwfSTT-fmt Ckona per week. la »li interior cities and towns Urn Rm cube had of the prinaipai Periodic** Pmlin •ma and Agent*. AdrertUUc Bate* im Daily Bee*rd-ITml*«. •ntSqowe, 1 time ....$1 00 toe Square, 1 time*. „ 1 75 sa«Bqnare. 5 time* ISO Isnb. nTdHififfiftl \*mt, , , " SO f I Week I Weeks. 1 Month ESqnan.l«tpk(e fl SO ' ÜBO ■»J 00 3.juare, Id Piss SCO 100 100 Square, Id pace t 00 « Bt (00 Bait Square, «th pace 00 100 « 00 One Square. Ist p*«e. ISO ' 106 TOO Oa» Sqoar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. mm» ...... •■•■••- ■■•- — MAKCHgS. im-1 , Bally Mfteomloslcal Kecord-Slgnal gcrr '-■'.' Ice I'Bitcd Stales Array. Baouxesto, March 24, 1831— 8:02 r. M. V — — k^"= '2i -. o a i- 11 Ei ila I* I |li| ill s 5° tig, Fa .2 ? 3 -^ I'M a -§S.v:; r.u-tnTT SI. BI IS 93 £W. 1 Light .03 U rai* 7« Calm .03 T.t ra«n Brtlßluff.3o.e9 61 55 -5.5. Gent c .... Clear SaCTam'to3o:i3 59 76 'S. 4 Gentle .... Clear •I Fren.JsO.lS >l 93 W. 4 Gentle .... Peggy •Visalia.. 30.03 50 93 Calm Oear «LAngel.|so.O7ls3 63! C«lm .... Foggy Max Ther., — . Mm. Ther.; — . " River above" low water mark. IB ft. *4 02 a. M. r JAMES A. BAEWICK, . Observer Se-fjeaut, Signal Corp*, U. S. A. - \Tfiitlu-r Probabilities. ~ WAsm.varos, March 25th — Morniny.— lndications tor Pacific coa3t region : Fair weather in southern and cloudy weather with rain in northern part. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In Hew York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 113 for*jof 1907;' 101 lor 5s cf losl ; 111! for *J3; (.tuning, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. HSiDAY... .............JIAECU 25, 1881 ADVEETREMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— of Ireland. East Park Association— Adjourned meeting . Sacramento Staram— Annual picnic excursion. To Let — Elegant suite of furnished rooms. Thirty-third Anniversary of Spiritualism. Free Sacramento Educational Institute. To Let — A neat cottage house. SocUl at Kingsley Chapel, tonight. Auction Sale. ;•■ .;i Martin Pflug & Co.- Furniture, household goods. Buelaees Advertisements. Kellej's patent revolving scraper. Murray & Lanmau's Floi i Is water. Hall's Pepsin wine bitters. Whittier, Fuller .. Co.— Paints, oil?, frames, etc. Dr. Batteld't rejavenator. Red House— Sccand fraud opening. Ebner Bros , importers of wines, liquors, etc. D. Dc Bernard * Co., commission dealers. W. A. Hujhson, physician and scrjeon. E. L. Billings & Co., importers of wines, liquors. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TfilAL OF MRS. HAMILTON. CONCLUSION OF TESTIMONY— CASE STJB- MUTED WITHOUT ARGUMENT. In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WASHINGTON. . . »=■'- --• ■-'-• ■-"--■■ i LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THK RECORD UNION THE STRUGGLE IN THE SENATF. Disposition on Both Sides to "Fight It Out on this Line." ANOTHER EXPLANATION FROM SENATOR DAVIS. The Black Eye Which Coukling; has Re ceived from Garfisld. Etc* ................ «»Ele« ■*.•........... ...Etc* Washington, March 24 th. The extraor dinary contest over the offices of the Senate, which occupied the whole of to-day's session, bids fair to waste at least another day, and ' unless one side or the other shall cease to continue the struggle it will probably run into or perhaps extend through a night ses sion. The adjournment this afternoon was a surprise to both parties, it being the result »f a vote taken upon a casual dilatory motion while two Republicans happened to be mo mentarily out of the chamber. No such ac cident is likely to occur to-morrow, but on the other hand it is not at all improbable that one or more Republicans, who have n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD- UNION, nun rxiox SERIES— VOL. LV-So. 93.74. DAILY KE« OKD SEUIES— VOL. XX I SI -So. l&tft. i HALE BEOS. & CO. "From the Atlantic TO T 3E3E U PACIFIC, The Smallest Store, in the Very leanest Little Town, That its G-oods are Sold at the Lowest Price Possible ! Among such a multitude, all claiming to sell at the Lowest Price, the public gets bewildered, and as a measure of safety almost ! decides, to believe none of the claimants. We Make a Similar Claim, KIT, WE HOPE, WITH PROPER REASONS, Becaus9 we have th 9 following advantages. JC JL JC%O CS» JL Z * IN PARTICULAR— We thoroughly understand the wants of con- sumers in this section. IN GENERAL— As we are actively engaged in business in several counties in California, we have a thorough general knowl- edge of Califomian needs. THS RESULT — that onr daily experience enables ns to pur- chase our stock bo as to have only the goods that are in most general demand. We don't have to flounder in the dark, SECO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1881

AGRICULTURAL. ■ATTEB PREPARED SPECIALLY FOR THE " RECORD - UNION." ' Wax ;on ; the * Insects — The Vitlcultural » Commissioners — Red ' Scale — Damage by frost. : \ Among the best acts passed by the Legis lature at its late session is the law to enlarge the powers and duties of the Board cf State Viticultural Commissioners, and the law for the protection and,promotion]of the horticult ural interests of the State. The viticultural and horticultural industries are among the most important of oar productive industries, and oa account of natural advantages of soil and climate are capable of almost unlimited expansion. Then the promise is that how ever much we may increase and expand these industries the markets for their products will be increased and expanded proportionally. Up to within a few years past the vines of this State were supposed to be absolutely without disease, and the same state of health existed among tin fruit trees of all kinds. But daring this uninterrupted condition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1881

SPORTING COLUMN. IN AND OUTDOOR . ALnj3EMESTS AND GAME CULTURE. ; The Field,' Rarge, Track, Course, Cue, King, Stream, Sail, Car, Trap, ' Kennel and ■ Stable. % Rovtbix. — Charles Rowell is certainly one of tickle fortune's favorites or he would have had a man able to keep on for 550 miles pitted against him this journey, when all assertions to the contrary notwithstand ing we think he would have found his mas ter, for this time he is far from being at his best. A Prospect.— There is every prospect of a grand scheme for a series of pedestrian events being announced before long. The matter 13 under consideration by a gentle man who- has catered very successfully to Hew Yorkers, and if the schema is put into shape there will be plenty of work in store for walkers and runners. Hi:.. akd Columbia -At a meet ing of ths liarrard University Bjat Club, held in Hoiden Chapel on the evening of March 4th, it wzs decided to send a chal lenge to C>laaibii for an eight-oared race. On Wednesday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. gAT1K8A¥............:....MA8Cn '■>«. 1881 Dally Meteorological Record— Msnal Serv ."' ice Halted States Army. - SacraJIKXTO, March 25, 1881—8:02 r. M. [? a ?S 1 1 ill ill 3 ::l°; Olympia . 29.87 M 93 S. 2 Light .91 Lt rain Portland. 23 34.52 93 S. E. 4 Gentle .35 Lt rain Rose burs 29.95155 74 S. E. 3 Gentle .13 Cloudy Redßlufh'sO.l3 61 71 S. 16 Brisk ....Clear Sacram'to 80.24 70 S. W. 5 Gentle .... Cloudy ♦8. Fran.. 30.18 52 36 N. W. 8 Gentle .... Foggy •VisalU.. 30.14 47 92 W. 1 Light ....Clear ♦L Angel .-30.16|511 93 Calm Foggy Max. Ther., — . Mm. Ther.. — . River above low water mark. 19 ft. 1 inch. •4.02 a. M. JAMES A. BARWICh, Observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. Weather Probabilities. Wahhwoton, March 26th— Morning. —Indications for California: Clear or fair weather. For north Pacific coast region : Cloudy weather with rain. THE WEEKLY UNION. Issued in semi-weekly parts of eight pages each, is the freshest, beat, cheapest, newsiest, most reliabl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1881

THE DAILY RECORD UNIbk; SATTBDAT........ MARCH 26. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Matinee and evening pet . f ormance. Shooting tournament— Excursion to Folsom. Knights and Ladies of Honor— this evening. Land League Meeting— this afternoon. Bids for Hospital supplies. Wanted— An experienced salesman. , A. O. U. W., Union Lodge- this eTening. For rent— Two-story fiame house. | Farm for sale— three miles from Florin. Wanted— To do house and chamber work. "The- Ball of 18S1— Our Friends' Masque. Snzines* Advertisemsnta. J«yne3 k Beatt — Calciminin;*, papei hanging, etc. National Gold Bank— Report. Ames, Karle & Co.— Stores, tinware, etc Eg,jt for hatching — Wm. McKibbin. LOC AL INTELLIGENCE. Who Are ths Parties ?— Let Them de Knows. — case of covert child-birth sad base desertion of their probable illegitimate offaprin^ has just come to light in this city. About four weeks ago a man and woman came to the Albion Lodging-house on X street, betwesn Fifth and Sixth, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1881

THE CONSCIENCE AND FUTURE JUDG MENT. I sat alone with my conscience. In a place where time had ceased. And talked to the former living In the land where the years increased, And 1 felt I should have to answer The question it put to me, And to face the answer and question Throughout an eternity. The ghosts of forgotten actio s Came floating before my sight, And things that I thought were dead thins* Were alive with a terrible might ; . : -^ And the vision of all my past life Was an awful thing to face Alone with my conscience sitting In that solemnly silent place. And I thought of a far away warning Of a sorrow that was to be mine Id a land that then was the future, But now was the present time, And I thought of my former thinking Of a Judgment dtiy to be ; But sitting alone with my conscience S&emed judgment enough for me. And 1 wondered if there was a future To ihis land beyond the grave, '■-'»:'■ But no one gave me an answer, And no one came to save. Thin I felt that the fntur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1881

fHE DAILY RECORD-UNION. fetered at the Post Miii i if'] n i him in n 1 1 1 i mill class matte* PUBLISHED BY. THB fcwßiOßaia * Publishing Company. WM. H. AOX&, General «aaa ei. r^MUtottin Oflce, Third «t M bet. J aisd K. *nK BAR.T B£COO9.CinO3I " fcp«W3ffcrt4 •niS7 iUro( tkaweck. duadajg ezoeplad. |uf «oe ■»-■ .........:.. .....;......... ......tic oo [»>l dl pikmiHm , 5 00 Forlhrec ui.ai.ha ; , JOO fca oopiee on* teat. to one vldrew .. 3D 00 Bubtcrlbai* itml »■» Owrisn at Tw»)nT-Frir* Crs7a j>« week. In sll Interior dtie» »nd tewm li* taper can be bad at the prinots»l Puiooicai Ueaien. ■«vusen and Annti ■ idTertUixg Kat«« 1> Bail/ Be«crd-tnloa, fn«B«a»re, 1 time...,. .................... ....... 06 an* *;!»«, 3 ttawi. • 1 75 BneSflß*;.. 3 •-:-.: -E 1 60 *"h I "Win BiJ *:m». '•■ 80 IWaek. JVkli. IXoath S«lf lit i*«» r>SO «3 M «S » Half &mar, idpige 3 90 « 99 8 00 |5 B^c»Ki X ►»«• » <* *» »<» S»J iipm, <-!■ !.■»«« 100 t 00 4 CO Pnteiuir- i»: r*f«- 360 I 00...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1881

DOMESTIC NEWS. LAST SIGHT'S DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD . UNION. SEEIOUS EAILBOAD WASHOUT The Union Facinc Again ' Damaged by the Platte Elver. AKOrHEB bka:e of teagedies IS texas Vigorous Crusade Against Typhus Fever in New York. THE COXKLI.NG ■ ■•■■■! HUM HATT£K. ■ Indian Depredations in Tom Gieen County, Texas. Etc He Elf. Another Scrlons" Railroad Washout. Omaha, :. March 25ch. — Another serious washout occurred this afternoon on theUojon Pacific at North Bead, about twelve miles west of thill washout at Fremont. The track around the latter place was completed last night, and this morning the running of through trains was resumed over the eastern division. . The east-bound express paused North Bend this afternoon in safety, al thonsh the Platte river was then rapidly ris ing at that point, owing to an ice gorge, and the same train passed safely over the new track nesr Fremont. Shortly after this, however, the PUtte suddenly made another big rise at North Bend, ovei flowed the coun ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 March 1881

•UU VVMATt ; SERIES-TOE. IT — HO. ; ftt.". "■ BAU.S But ORD dEUIBS-rOl,. XaIII -MO. 435:). THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. tiered at tix Post Othce at Sicramatto second nutter PUBLISHED BY THE ,lMraaunto,^^Publishing \ Company. i K. U. MILLS, General Manager. PabUcaUca Office, Third st., bet.' J and K. THE DAILY BECOBD-ENION bpofalkhsd STery (Ujr ot tks weak. Bandars asserted. to one year :.........«10 00 TOt fc months. ( 00 ror ferae months „.. w ■S 00 I«o oop!c« one jhai, to one addren .90 00 Snburlban furred hr Carrion at Twtktt-Ftt* . (Mutts pet week- In all Interior cities and town* tbe E par can be had ot the principal Periodica; Deafen. rwtmen and *"■"*» *Hm t HH\jHIIiMWBUM Adrertlxlnz Bate* In Dally Beeord-Cnlon. .' One Square. 1 time. ......... ........... ..........tl 00 One Square, 1 time*. 1 78 I One Square, 3 timet. t SO mack additional time. •••*•■• ■: 60 lWeek. J Weeks. 1 Month Salt Square, Ist pace $3 50 W M fi CO Half Square, 3d pace J 60 * 00 100 Bait Square, 3d pace 100 i...

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