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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 April 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. •AILT PSION SERIES -VOL. IT — HO. MM. DAILY BECOBD SERIES -VOL. Hill -NO. 4368. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. tiered a: the Post Office at Sacramento as second class mattet PUBLISHED BY THE ■Saoramento Publishing Company. ' WH. H. MILL.*, General Manager. fiMlMtin Office, Third it., bet. J ______ K. THE DAILY KECOBD-UXIOIV tl pebUahed every day of Ua weak, Sunday* excepted. fc_ one year |10 00 for idx months • 5 00 three months .-.-. 3CO ho ooples one rear, to one address .80 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at TmaTT-9tTn GOT* per week. In all Interior cities and towns the Piper cut be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, ■ sweeten and Agent*. Advertising Bate* lm Dally Keeord-( Eton. (foe Square, 1 time fl 00 mat Square, 9 timea. 1 76 tee Square, 3 times. 1 60 __ additional tima. SO lWeek. 1 Week*, 1 Month Bait Square. lit page $3 50 »- 60 ■ 00 gait Square, id pace.. ..... Id .100 800 ■alt Square. 3d page 8 00 «H SW Half Square, ith page 100 8 00 8 00 ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. T_.nt_.JAY • :'3tiL ;. ism Ball Meteorological ttecor tt -Signal Serv ice Halted Stato. Army. SackA-Ucsto, April 6, ISBI-S.-Q2 P. M. =r-_ = g - =§= _- - ~ |l!llI_L a 3 |. a - » %i ifl I- | I g.|l 2*l ly lis. F2. ? ___ _-i J _______ 7" " " . Sjimis 7*l S. «'. 0 Brisk.. .CO Lt ram Portiind fa C74S 92 S. W. 0 Fresh.. 1,21 Iter EMato-i&O.OTRa C 2 S. •'■■ 6 Fresh Fair R.lßlu» ; "3.:'i*M " s * s Fresh.. .;.. Fair LrS-'2.01!54 71 S. 9 Fresh .Clear: S*^ $9.yse V. 4 Gentle. .02 Cloudy v\sa l :a~7*Vik* r 'l *3 S.W/2 Light.. .03 Cloudy LAnWl'.k'KiKiJ 0 ! gtiCalm ICshn Cloudy M»x. t.-ra., 05 ; mm. ton., 50. ilivar above low-water mark. 20 feet 1 inch. JAMES A. BASWICK, Observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. 7 NEWS OF THE MORNING. p. New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 1131 for 4s of 1907; 10*2; tor 5s of 1881; 13 Z'i for ... , sterling! SI 81}<g4 ii ; silver bars, 112 ":7X y ■ Stiver in London, 52d ; consols, 100 9-10 ; 5 per cent. United States ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TniCSBAY..... .........APKII, _, ISSI : "~ — ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater—" Ma lame Angot." Knights of the Red Meeting this evening. Lost— A $20 gold piece. Notice to Creditors— P. S. Cortright, insolvent. I. O. O. F., Sacramento Battalion— evening. F. and A. M.. Washington Lodge— This evening. Boyß in Blue— Meeting to-night. Wanted — A reliable newspaper carrier. Auction Sale. ri-urn & Smith -Furniture, pictures, etc. , Business Advertisements Chas. Zeitler— Pioneer hardware dealer. Bristol's sarsaiiarilla and pills. Fr F. Tebbets— Dentist, 577] J street. J. A. Cunningham -Boiler and iron works. Creed Haymond— at law. Pioneer Li-., i . Stable— T. i). s.river. ry '■_ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. " The Central and the Southern Pacific Rail road Companies, by their agents and auditors, appeared before the State Board of Equaliza tion yesterday and filed sworn statements, by the Secretaries of the roads, of the values of pr...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. AFTER SHAKE SPEARE. \IIou: Do Ton Like It : Act 11., Scene S-1 All the world's a stage, And men and women merely passengers; -_ They have their carpet-**** and band-boxes, And one man in his trip has many seats, _ In all making seven changes. _ First the box scat, Un where the driver handles reins and brake ; Then when a new one's taken, a move Is necessary to the seat behind, Tho l-h higher, less desired. And next, full soon, Some'uiore get on, and our unhappy friend Is crowded back to sit upon a trunk, There balancing and dinging lor a time, Until they stop, when he gets off, forsooth, Thinking to cabbage that box seat again, /;"--"..' When comes the "All aboard ft But he gets left ; Just manages to squeeze himself Inside, An.! takes the central seat, the window next. Another stop, and hence he needs must Bit Crashed by fat people wedged on either side. Some one gets out and va-jant leaves, perchance, A hinder cushion which our hero takes, But all too late....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 April 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILT UNION SERIES -VOL. IT — NO. KMT,. DAILY KECOKD SERIES -VOL. XXII I -SO. 4360. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Altered at the Part Office mt Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BT THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WM. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY Xl < OKI. -I Is published every day of the week, Sundays excepted. For one year ?10 00 For six months. 5 00 Forthree months 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at Twenty-Five Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. Advertising Kates In Dally Record-I'nlon. One Square, 1 time i_ $1 00 One Square. 2 times. 1 75 One Square. 3 times „ 2 50 Eich additional time. 50 1 Week. 2 Week*. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 00 S3 50 $5 03 Half Square, 2.1 page 3 50 6 00 .8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 03 Half Square, ith page 2 0...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION; FKIOAT.... a run. 8. 1881 Dally Mrlr»r»l»etr<*l Kecord-Slgnal Serv lee lulled Stales Army. _ACitA-_-JiTO, April 7, 1881-8:02 r. M. - - - = - 25 2~ 3.g.jf 9* i § $*? oSS §* *ts sn pa list §*! I te :» a _2. P ? ?- & § :Sj 3 _r 2. '■ _i»o ; - I? ?p srs - Ct ol -* ._. oiytn'pia . 30.02 !45 72 S. 6 Fresh.. .... Cloudy I'ortland. 30. 06 SO 45 W. p. Fresh.. .... Cloudy Koseburp 30.12 47 66 N.W. 2 Light Cloudy Redßluff 30.0157 63 S. 7 Fresh. Clear Sacrain*: 30.00 53 «7 S. 13 Brisk.. .... Clear »S Fran.. 30.10 41) 71 N W.S Fresh.. .:.. Clear ♦Visalia.. 80.02158 89 ST. W. 4 Gentle Clear "UAnirel. 30.02|53 ■_'. S. 4. Gentle Cloudy .Max. tern., 04 ; mm. tern*, 44. lUver above low-water mark. 20 feet 1 inch. JAMES A. BARWICK, Observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. '■•1:02 a. x. _^ yy NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were .quoted at 113. for 4s of 1907 ; 102J tor 5s of 1881; I*.' ior 4js ; sterling, $4 81J(g4 84 ; silver bare, 112. Silv...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORMJNIOy. FRIDAY .........APRIL 8, 1881 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— •" " to-night. I For saie— A business chance. A. O. I*. W.— Annual ex ursion and picnic. Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter this evening. Wanted— Situation as a laundress. House for sale lnquire of Carl Strobe!. -Sacramento Turn Verein. Litigant's Comedy Company comicg. Free concert- Sacramento Educational Institute. Knights of Pythias— Grand annual picnic. Lost A package of papers. Auction Sales. Sherburn __ Smith— Shrubs, flowering plants, etc. Martin Pflug Jo Co.— Household goods. Business Advertisements. A. Leonard, real estate and insurance. Bristol's sugar-coated pills. J. L. Skinner— Postponement of singing classes. .1. 11. Kin..*.*, watchmaker and jeweler. W. R. Strong k Co., commission merchants. M. T. Brewer & Co., commission merchants. 11. Deßernardi -i Co., commission dealers. Business hangs— Daugherty & Co., Bidwell ft Cook. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. At t...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-US ION. A MADRIGAL. I. Before mc cirelcss lying, t'oung Love his ware comes crying ; Full soon the elf untreasures His pack of pains and pleasures ; — With roguish eye He bids me buy .;.* . . From out bis pack of treasurer. 11. His wallet's stuffed with blisses, With true-love knots and kisses, With rings and rosy fetters. And sugared vows and letters ; — He holds them out With boyish flout, And bids me try the fetters. Nay, Child (I cry), I know them; There's little need to show them ! Too well for new believing I know their past deceiving, — - I am too old (I say) and cold To-day, for new believing ! But still the winton presses, Willi honey-sweet caresses, And still, to my undoing, He wins me with his wooing, To buy bis wares • With all their cares, Their sorrows and undoing I (Bolgravia. Mental Cantankerosity. — Two emi nent men of one of the Cambridge colleges were one day taking a walk in their delicious grove. They had an argument, in which one of the men cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD- UNION, HMfy... SF-RIES-VOL. -so. m DAIXYKECOUD_.EKIES-VOL..\XHI-.\0.43;». HALE BEOS. & CO. .— — . - - 3^»SK*p'* A Seasonable Suggestion! , THE TOST POSITIVE TEST THAT CAN BE APPLIED To our business by the public, for the purpose of finding out whether we really sell our goods at the ad- vantageous prices we claim to do, is to Call and Criticise — : : :___• j OUR PRICES | - jp- r BT A PERSONAL INSPECTION! jgpTTXn' Our Prices are Plainly Marked mXSs% on Each Piece of Goods, so that all can read them. It is to the benefit of all, and certainly cannot be an^=^^^ injury to any, that '7Js£j>i*j_\ mi-_aj_\ smm___ J_\__r - ACCEPT OUR SPECIAL AXD GENERAL INVITATION TO CALL, AND V EXAMINE OUR PRICES I Ladies should he very careful to do this, for we daily hear expressions of regret frcm those who . had previously said to themselves : * "WELL, THE HALES ARE ONLY SHARP ADVERTISERS, AND THAT'S ALL!" Their notion in this was a mistake, and their purses would have h...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1881

AGRICULTURAL. MATTES PXEPAEED SPECIALLY FOE THE " EECOP.D - ONION." Locality and Quality of Fruit— How Ma nure Affects the Industrial Societies — Lily Culture. It is remarkable what a difference there is in the quality of different varieties of fruit grown in different localities in this State. -, In accounting for this difference many imagine that the soil has much to do with it. We think this generally a mistake, except, per haps, where the soil contains an excess of some objectionable salt, as of alkali. The apples grown in the Santa Clara valley, for instance, whether on stiff adobe soil or on the lighter and more pliable mold mixed wiih sand from the river beds, are of a uniform quality. The same is true of those grown in the Sonoma, Napa, San Joaquin and Sacra mento valleys, or in the valleys of the south ern coast counties. But when we compare the apples of Santa Clara with those of So noma, Napa, San Joaquin. Sacramento or other localities we find a difference in qual ity, a...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1881

"THE DAILY RECORD-TOOK. 1 NOVELTIES. A shaggy hat and a scarf of plush, A touch of gold and a dash of red. The brim caught up with a fox's brush, A tiger's claw or an owlet's heal. Brocaded caps of delicate shade, With drooping, flutering ostrich plumes And crc-aniy laces, skillfully made By foreign hands or domestic loois. You may wear, for luck, a horse's shoe, A crescent moon or a clover leaf, A heart with an arrow running through, Or this: led crest of a high 'and chief ; And amber spiders, with ruby eves, AbnormaHy venomous and in.'. A' d bees and beetles and butterflies, And, queerer than all, a gilded pig. To fit tha must fastidious feet Are the hand-embroidered s Iken hose, And never were handkerchiefs so complete For fashion's hypercritical nose. ' The buttons are caned in arabesque, The robes are embossed ii, pearls ami jet; But skeleton forms become Grotesque Arrayed ,i, the Jersey stotkingette. The ribboned sashes a,,< l ties and '™>PS Are woven with gold an-l silv...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1881

THE DAILY -.RECORD-UNION; SATURDAY..':... ..........'.. .APRIL 9. 1881 Daily Meteorological Record— Signal Serv ice United Stales Army. ' ■ Sacramksto, April 8, 1881— 8:02 P. M. - ; "V C -i S O : Q S M - H' I s I I sal 3*3 * I' '■ la :a ? ■??.=■§ : g.5 3 Is. Olvmpia.. 29.97 48 74 Calm Calm Fair Portland. 29.86 53 64 N. W. 5 Gentle Fair burg 29.93 56 47 N.W.I Light Cloudy Red Bluff. ,30.00154 80 S. 3 Gentle. .03 Cloudy Bacram'to SO.Of 56 75 S. W. 4 Gentle Cloudy «S. Fran.. 30.09 49 85 W. 3 Gentle Clear •Visalia.. 30.04 4.', 92 X. W. 2 Light Clear «L Angel. 30.04 55 87 S. W. 2 Light Clear Max. tern., 66 ; mm. tcm., 46. Kiver above luw. water mark. 20 feet 1. inches. «4:02 P. St.] JAKES A BAKVTICK, server Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. THE BEST PAPER. The Weekly Union is the best family paper. It is the only weekly paper which is issued in two parts, and carries to its readers the news of the day twice each week. It is the only sixteen-page weekly journal in the State; it is a comple...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1881

•THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. S ATI 80AT .....:............. APRIL 9. 18*1 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater- Matinee and evening. •;.-■■? Grand vocal and instrumental concert. To Rent— Fifty acres of bottom land. ; ">> Trustees' Sale— Carroll and Miller, Trustees. Trustees' Sale— Carroll and Carolan, Trustees. F. and A. M.— Washington Lodge, to-night. A. O. C. W.— Union Lodge, this evening. Knights and Ladies of Honor, this evening. Lost— black cashmere shawl. Third concert and bail— Turner Harmonic. Land — Meeting to-morrow afternoon. Rehearsal to night— Mr. and Mis. li. C. Stebbins. Auction Sales. Pell k Co.— Sale to-day— Wagons, harnoss, etc. Sherburn Smith— To-day— Household goods. Business Advertisements. Gruhler's saloon, 522 3 street. T. B. UcFariand, att -rney-at iuw. Tree * Hotel— L. Kumlc, proprietor. Obdoi k Alexander, San. Francisco — Steinway & Sons' Pianos— Heyman, sole agent. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. (BOARD OF- SUPERVISORS. At' meeting of the Board of Super...

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 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ALEXANDRA AND HER DAUGHTERS. The Marquis Dv Lav owns a statuette of •white marble by a celebrated sculptor. It represents a lady of the Court of Henry 11. Her frail and pliant figure is molded in a long brocade petticoat, slightly turned up on one side. Her bust is incased in a stiff waist loaded with precious stones. The head is delicate and noble, with a pro file of the Renaissance, and her features are chiseled as finely as a cameo. A cap adorned with streaming feathers hides a portion of her hair. Such is this statuette — a jewel becomes a woman — a little fairy — half object of art, half apparition. It is the portrait Jof Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, by M. D'Epinay— an exquisite and truly royal image, represent ing better than any other an almost super natural beauty. Once descended from her pedestal the Princess becomes a gentle, kind young woman, a careful mother and an unpre tending, almost citizen-like housewife. It is noticeable that wh...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1881

rHE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ALEXANDRA. AND HER DAUGHTERS. The Marquis Dv Lav owns a statuette of -white marble by a celebrated sculptor. It represents a lady of the Court of Henry 11. Her frail and pliant figure is molded in a long brocade petticoat, slightly turned up on one side. Her bust is incased in a stiff waist loaded with precious stones. The head is delicate and noble, with a pro tile of the Renaissance, and her features are chiseled as finely as a cameo. A cap adorned with streaming feathers hides a portion of her hair. Such is this statuette — a jewel becomes a woman — a little fairy — half object of art, half apparition. It is the portrait (of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, by M. D'Epinay— an exquisite and truly royal image, represent ing better than any other an almost super natural beauty. Once descended from her pedestal the Princess becomes a gentle, kind young woman, a careful mother and an unpre tending, almsst citizen-like housewife. It is noticeable that w...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1881

IgEDAILY RECORD-UNIOy. ■>^ed.tthePoKo«i xaatSacr^ < . ntoaSMCOiidclj J^^ PUBLISHED BY THB Sacramento • Publishing Company. VTn. H. MILLS, General Manager. Publication omce, Third st., bet. J and K. TITO DAILT Kl< ORD-I \IO\- Is published every day ol the week. Sundays excepted. ■For one year....;,. _... m For six m0nth5........ "•. $1 ? ™ Forthrce months ,"*" 3 JJq Ten copies one year, to one address"!!.";""!" 80 00 cri,,er " serTed t> -» Carriers at Twenty-Five S cents per week, In all interior cities and towns the aper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. lewsnieu and Acents. Atlvertlsins Kates S3 Dally Kecortl-lnion. Oae Square, 1 time $1 00 One Square, 2 times /■'. 1 75 One Square, 3 times '. 2 50 Each additional time. 50 _„ lWeek. 2 Weeks. IM 01 -li Hull Square, Ist page 82 50. $3 50 §5 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 05 Half Square, 4th page 2 00 3 00 4 00 One Square, lat page. 3 50 6 00 700 One Squire, 2d page 5 0...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1881

GENERAL NEWS. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. MATTERS AT WASHINGTON. liV The Deadlock in the Senate and the '■'.7'J~' Virginia Election. CASE OP BLACKMAIL IN NEW YOBK Collapse of the Strike of Chicago Street car Employes. MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN HEWS ITEMS. The Assassins of the Czar on Trial at St. Petersburg. 1,1 i" . , * 9 . . . . . 9 9 9 * . 9 . 9 ..K-iC. . . 9 . 9 . 9 9 . . . . t . . . . . Etc. "Washington Notes from Our Own Corre spondent. Washington, April Sth. — The few Sen ators who put in an appearance at the Capitol to-day had not much to say in regard to the existing dead-lock in the Senate, except that they saw no signs of a break. The Demo crats declared that their side is more firmly united and determined than ever, and the Republicans also say that there is no change whatever in their programme. The recent speeches of leading Senators on both sides having exhibited the important bearing of this contest upon the election of the next United States Senator from...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 April 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD UNION. il'll- CHIOS SERIES -VOL. TV — SO. 9367. OilI,Y RECORD SERIES -VOL. XAHI-KO. 43:1. fHE DAILY RECORD-UyiOX. Vicred at the Post Offict at Sacramento as second class mattes ' PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, VMI. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third at., bet. J and K. THE DAILY BECOKD-ITXIOJI Is published every day of the week, Sundays execpted. Tot one year $10 00 For «ix month*. § 00 Forthree months 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at Twenty Five Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. Ailvertixiug Kales I;s Dally Record-In lon. O'.e Square, 1 time ■ -,< SI 00 One Square, 2 times. „ 1 75 (Me Square, 3 times. «■ 2 50 ten additional time. SO IWecfc 2 Weeks. 1 Month Tlalf Square, Ist page $2 00 83 50 $5 03 Half Square, page 350 600 800 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square, 4th page...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MOX&AT. . . Arm, I*l Bally Meteorological Keeonl-Mgnal Serr ied lsii<««l Mates Array. SACRHJHUSTO, April 10, lSm-fcOßp.il. . . r- HI f* | 1 ------ | | s ' : ?s. f,| I f?S j g.° a Is, ~~~ , ijn i^'*~ 70 W. !> Fresh. .Q2 Cloudy piuind'-n-T'lO 85 W 2 U S ht.. .23 Lt. !Uun iSSfiSmSm TO W 2 Li^ht. .00 Fair r3blo£ ffli.WHai 82 S. 2 Light Fair ftSin'i. .13 1 i'3'(i2 7i S. \V. 4 Jentle. .01 Fair ■ -. : Q ..'■ -. •VtaJU Bo.fl2|S* b7 S. K. ■* Gentle lair . i, tufeLio^Ogidj^ N. E. 4 Gentle. .... Foggy ~.mTx. tea:.. 70 ; mm. tern. 55. I'iver aboiv low- water mane, 20 feet 1 inch. I'lVr. M.j JAMES A. BAKWICK, " Objerver Sergeant, .signal Corps, U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. j n >, tuiday Uovernmcnt bonds wen Is of 1907 ; 102J tor 5s ot 1881; sterling, $4 82@4 s-ij ; silvci bars, Silver in London, s2d ; consols, 10011 Hi; 5 per States bonds, 105J ; 4b, 1171 ; its la San Francisco bait dollars are quoted at i dis count to par ; Mexican dollars, 892390 c At Live...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 April 1881

THE i LY_RECORDjjyiOy. VOXDAY APBIL 11. 18(1 ADVSRTISEMEIJT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— The Ungards. Jletropolitaii'Tbfiiter— Big 4 Minstrels. Company B, First Artillery Regiment— To-night. 0. F. S-, Chapter 30— To-nisht. A." O. U. \Y.— BMs for privi!ejro3. William Giluiore— Attend to your affair. Business Advertisements. National Gold Bank of D. O. Mills.' ' Grove L. JohLSon— Attorney at law. Capital Ice and Coal ' '■"■ '■'->' Dr. Charles E. I'inkbaai— Homeopathis\ New Yorl; Monthly Fashion Bazar. iuuimOMs— V. bite vs. Fresbury. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TH2 RAILROAD ACCIDENT. In addition to the particulars by dispatch, which will be found in another column, in re lation to the i.iilroaJ accident which occurred at China G alch", on the Oregon division, the following lit of' the killed and wounded ia obtained from -Superintendent R. H. Pratt, who returned with the wrecking train, arriving bcro at 10 P. m. last evening. The killed are: George Smith, eneineer, aid McGregor Rodger?, fi...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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