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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 April 1881

THEDAILY RECORD-US IPS. CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. FIRST EXTRA SESSION-SIXTH DAY. -imti:. PSacramesto, April 9, 1381. T , c,,,,,t e was called to order at 10 o'clock. Prudent Mansfield in the chair. Roll called and a 1 Z ,,m nresent Minutes read and approved. 9 Mr "ToET introduced a bill to div.de (be State [ntoAssembly districts. Referred to Committee on *5 jESon «f S. B. 4 was resumed. The bill wafdScSed until 12:35, when, on motion of Mr. JtaLMBOII, the Senate took a recess until 1:30. Afternoon Session. At 1-30 there being no quorum present, Mr. JOHN-sos moved to adjourn until 2 o'clock Monday. The roll was called and the motion lost. During roll call sufficient Senators put in an appearance to make a quorum and the Senate proceeded with the C °Tnus r ?al°thWv.n™ of the fifty-five sections hare been acted on, anil amendments made as follows : The section as to what constitutes roads, by adding -or made such in actions for real property." The section re'ating to piloting trees, by a...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 April 1881

DAILY I7\]».V SFKIEH-VOI,. LV-NO. S.'!«S. DAILY KECOIID SElllfcs -»OL. XIIII-NO. 4322. ME DAILY RECORD-imOJT. hteredatthe Post Office at Sacramento as ■fponii class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. V.H. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third St., bet. .1 and K. THE DAILY KM OKIM MOV Is published every day of the week, Sundays excepted. For one year (10 00 For Biz months 5 00 For three months 3 00 Ten copii* one year, to one address BO 00 Subscribers serred by Carriers at Twenty-Five Cents per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Kewsmen and Agents. Adverti»in«: Rales Is Dull}' Kecord-1 nion. Oae Square, 1 time , „ ......$1 00 One Square, 2 times. '„ 1 75 Out Square, 3 times 2 50 Each additional time. 50 ■ -■■? •.•':■.. lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 $3 50 $5 03 H»lf Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square. 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square, 4th page 2 00 3 00 4 0...

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. — 12 April 1881

a DAILY UNION SVKIEH-YOL. — HO. 9368. DULY RECORD SERIES- *«JL. XIII ISO. 4312. THE DAILY RECORD-USION. htered at the Post Office at Sacramemo as second dass man PUBLISHED BY THB Sacramento Publishing Company. yrn. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third st., bet. J anil K. W ; ;; THE DAILY i:> « «l;I»-IMO\ Is published ever? day of the week, Sundays excepted. For one year • $10 00 For Bit months 5 00 For three mouths 3 00 Ten copit* one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at Twenty-Five Cents per week. In all interior dtie« and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Xewnuen and Agents. Advertising Rales fci Dally tteeerd-l'nlon. Oae Square, I time , , ; .... $1 00 One Square. 2 times. „ 1 75 One Square, i times. ; 2 50 Each additional time. SO ■ - lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Mouth lf;.!f 3quare, Ist page 82 50 83 60 $5.03 Half Square, 3d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Haif Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square, 4th page 2 00 3 00 4 00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 April 1881

THE' DAILY BECOBP-l?yiO& Dally linear Record-Signal serv ice tilted ■ tatrs Army. . April 11, IBSI-8:02r. M. ila ™ ;U I as. T, T~ „„ „,lr.o sc, s W. 3 Gentle. .... Fair SKS 7S Clm. CAlm Clear ■ .i.l. Clear i- 1 r™'to!S.:!«;«3 r8 S. W. 4 i.<:< Fair ■ ?; i™. bo 07 68 88 S. 3 Gentle. .... Cloudy • WaJtarPO^M 87S. E. 4 GenUo Fair ♦f.AjjreJJ^gjg »3|N. E. 4|Oentle. .... Foggy MaxTtenTTi* '. mi "- tern , 60 - Uivcr above low- water mark. 20 feet 3 inches. •4:02 r. M.) JAMES A. BAKWICK, Obserrer Sergeant, .signal Corps, U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bond* were quoted at 114 fur 4s o! 1907; lCr2itorss of 1SS1; 1122 for ijfi ; sterling, $1 82@4 84J ; silver ban, 112. - in London, 52d ; consols, 100J ; 5 per United Stausi bonds, 10. r >; ; 4s, 117.; Hi lI6J 'ialf dollars are quoted at}dit to par; Mexican C, At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s 6d eft" 8J for tood to choice California. rber i " ■> '.ii Vo » "boom "in the San Fran md ■ nl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ri'E5DAT.. ............ ......APK1L 1!. 18*1 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— • 'Stolen Kisses." I. O. 0. F. picnic— At Xatoma Grove. Temperance picnic— At Tammany Grove. A. O. V. W. — Sacramento Lodge to-night. F. and A. M.— Concord Lodge this evening. For mle— Engine and boiler. Proposal? for picnic privileges. F. and A. M.— Union Lodge this afternoon. Wanted 1 3 borrow— s3oo for four months, rrotettant Orphan Asylum— Annual meeting. Auction Sale. Bell & Co.— Sals this morning. Business Advertisements. Adams, McNeil] &, Co.— Flavoring extracts. Bristol's Sairparilla an i Pills. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOARD CF CITY TRUSTEES. At the n.et-ticg of the Board of City Trus tees yesterday, a protest waa received, signed by the owners of property on J street, be tween Twentieth and Twenty-fourth, object ing tn ■ tir>n of a sidewalk in said blocks. Referred to the Street Commissioner. Dpon motion, it was ordered that the western boundary of voting...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 April 1881

THE DAILY H£CORD-UNK>.\. I WANT. I want — I don't know what I want ; I'm tirnl .f ev.rjthil'g; I'd like to be a queen or something- so, a bearded king With iron crown and wolfish eyes, and manners fierce and bold ; Or else a plumed highwayman or a paladin of old. We girls are such poor creatures, slaves of circum stance and fate ; Denied the warrior's glory and conqueror's splendid' state ; And, puss, you are so mortal slow, I wish you could be changed . Into a catamount, with tastes quite violent and deranged. I'd like an earthquake, that I wdnld— oh, puss, I'll tell ) ou what, Some planets have two suns and different colors, too, at that ; Now there would be variety ; two mornings every day- One green or brown, for instance, and the other crimsoii, say. What splendid lights, what curious ehades, what transformation scenes ; What queer surprises, puss— just think, what lovely pinks and greens ! How funny Gus would look '. He is so poky and so flat. But such complexions 1 After a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 April 1881

OIH.T rSIOJf KKSISg-VOZ,. IT — NO. 93f.fl All/1 KECOKD fICKIE3-*OL. XIIH-KO. «;;(. IiI_PAILY^CQM)-cyioy. '-3!rea»thcPonOfficcat Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WJI. n. .HILLS, General Mannser. Publication onicc, Third St., bet. J and li. THE DAILY IIF.COKD-I'MOX Tb published every day of the week, Sundays except*! For one year $10 00 For six mouths 5 00 Forthree months 3 00 Ten copies one rear, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served l.y Carriers at Twe.vty-Five Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be hi! of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Aleuts. Ailvr.rtisln: twites in Daily Uccor«l-I OaeS'iaitc, 1 time , „. $1 00 Square, 2 times. c ,., 175 One Square, 3 times. '. « 2 50 Each additional time. 50 1 Week. 2 Weeks. 1 Mouth Half Square, Ist page. . ... .$2 50 *3 50 $5 03 Half Square, 3d page 3 50 6 00 8 03 Half Square, M page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square, 4th page 2 00 3 00 4 00 One Square, Ist pac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 April 1881

THE DAILY RECOBIhONION. WEP.\KS:>AV ■ .JLVttIL IS. »SKt Bally Meteorological Kccord-SlEual Serv Ire tnllccl Slates Army. Sacramkto, April 12, 1881-8:02 p. M. hi riflm RES ii Ila Pa a r-<H :l § ' ss. oivmtva SO C? 50 7t! N.I Urilt Cloudy JwSs3l-M.nM 6S Calm. CUm Cloudy Tlosetar-a0.15 57 07 X. W. 3 Gentle Cloudy jSlt]S-^O.<tt«r, 59 H.i Gentle. .... Pair S«r.un'tu :;0.07 (iv ii 5.W.10 F esb ..... Clear Krsn . ».!W M fc6 W. 0 Fresh .... Cloudy »n«3b . 2919580 93 V.W.I Liftht. .... Clear *LAcgel. ->S.Vi,X -7 3. E 5 Gentle Cloudy Jtas. torn., 72; mln. torn., 51. River ilioiu low-water mark. 20 feet 3 inches. ♦4:0-2 P. M ] JA-MES A. BAKWICK, observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In .'-'■. i Tort yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 1131 for 43 of 1307 ; 102 tor 5s of 1881; liej ior $ii; sterling, $4 S2&J 84} ; silver bars, 112 J. Silver in London, 62 1-lSd ; consols, 10011-16; 6 per xsit. United States bonds, 105} ; 4s, IV ; «:- IK - Fr:inciseo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 April 1881

TKE DAILY RECORD-UMOX. fll»\E*: AT A PI! 1 1 13, 18*1 IAJJVSSTISEMEHT MhIITION. iletropolitan Theiter— 4 Minstrels. St. Paul's Bpii opal Church Picnic. . Wanted— sl,':Co on two years' time. Philharmonic Society — Attention, members. Removal — L. A. Johason. Card of thanks— Lodsre, F. and A. M. auction Sales. D. J. Simeons— sale Friday. (Shtrbum & Smith ßestaurant at auction. Business Advertisements. Lrudley & Co., importers — dough's hams. Eristol's Su?ar-Coatod Pills. Lot ■■_•• & May— Fruits, Tejrctib'cs, etc Employment Office— Houston & Co. Union Insurance Company, San Francisco. Pike li Young, carria - makers. Capital Ale Vciulta— 3o2 J street. — — , _ — — n ii LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Union Gospel Seeyices. — A large audi ence was in attendance again last evening at the Union Gospel service?. From half -past 7 to S o'clock was spent in the service of song, led by Mr. and Mrs. Stebbins, and the choir, under Dr. Pinkham. The regular services of the evening were opened w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. A SWAN SONG. Carlo Del Bra, a stuJent and unknown, ' llad iuade a Si.»ir vf love, and eet such v.-^rus It wss as perfect as the lay 1.1 birds. lie lon-e.l to sin? it unheard and alone, lad climbed the mountain nigh its snowy cone. Which a ...i stream white as the wild sky girds, Too hi^'h for ear of men or lew of herds— litre might the voice of his desire be shown. Here he M loose the torrent of his song, ■ So swollen a torrent, so fierce a tide. For roorUl heart the rapture was too strong ; He sang his S"I\l- out with ■ breast more wide I'pon the ladder of light which angels throng, Hi" desert body the wide stream took to hide. — | University Macizine. DisfOVEKY of Valuable Works of Jet. The excavations at Oatia, at the southern mouth of the Tiber, are discover ing valuable remains. An altar of remark able beiuty has jast been unearthed, upon which illustrations of the birth of Romulus ami Kccius are sculptured in such high re liof that some of the figures a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. »*SJ ircnos sKRiM-YOL. IV -HO. «we. DAILY RECORD BERIES-VOLI UIII-KO. 4374. THE DAILY RECORD -UXI ON. faeredtttht Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE " Sacramento Publishing Company, » M. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third St., bet. .1 and K. THE DAILY ICH'OKIM MO\ la published every day of the week, Sundays executed. For one year $10 00 For six months. 5 00 Forthree mouths 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served hy Carriers at Twf.sty-Fivk Ceats per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealers. Kewimen and Agents. Advertising Bates fa Dally Kecord-Inlon. Square,' 1 time „ ,;.. $1 00 Bne Square, 2 times. c 1 75 ne Square, 3 times „ 2 50 Eich additional time. SO lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 $3 50 *5 03 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 300 450 - ( 600 Half Square, 4th page 2 00 3 00 4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. j wnratgßAT APBII/M. 18X1 I Dally .Meteorological coord-Signal serv ice inlled Slates Army. Sacrambnto, April IS, 1881—8:02 p. 11. - Ihi ?3 i i s jig, ._- gSag- :-g.g 3 1° OVurniT 30 15 51 MS. W. 8 F/esh . 0.07 U. Rain Portland SO.SIW 63 3 W. I lentle Cloudy Kosebarg 30.25 56 75 Calm. Calm.. .... Fair RvdUluff. SiMSfIS 70 Calm. Calm. Fair Sucriui'toiao.lsllMS 64 H. W. 4 Gentle. ....Clear is hr , isO.WISS S6 W. 7 Fresh. Cloudy *Vis»lia..!So.wiM 8 N.W. 4 Gentle .... Clear * r jAn|fel.i3o.lCJs6 M Calm. Calm.. ....Cloudy Max. tern . ~i : mm. tern., 51. River above low-water mark. 20 feet 8 inches. •4:02 r. m.j JAMES A. UARWICK, observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. Weather Probabilities. Washington, April 14th — Morning. — Indications for Northern Pacific coast region : Partly cloudy or cloudy weather with rain. For California : Clear weather. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 113} for 4s of 1907; 102} lor as oi 1881; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TBIKSIMV APRIL 11, 18*1 ADVEBTKEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Hooky's Minstrels. J. L. Skinner — All class meet as usual. Wanted— Situations by two younjr women. Company A, Firtt Artillery, this evening. For Sale— Second-hand Sewing Machines. ' Lost— A Black Setter Dog. Business Advertisements. Whittier, r -,i lor & Co.— Wire Screens. '' .' James 1. Fetter k Co.— Kentucky Whiskies. Ju!h» Strati— '.Vine?, Liquors, etc., Wholesale. Hope Iron Works- H. H. McWilliams. , ' ;. Kemoval— Dr. Nixon to M street. ■ A. J. Vcrmilya — and Undertaker. Murray & Lanman's Florida Water. H. 11. Her» Dentist, 415 J street. Carl Strobcl — Insurance. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Board or Education.— The City Board of Education met again last evening. The Board reconsidered its action in making the vaca tion this yea* four months, and resolved that the vacation be three instead of four months, but that the two terms of the year remain as ordered in the new rule adopted at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. IN TWILIGHT WOODS. Bird-songs grow faint with the sun ; As the 'lay fails in the west, Each little fluttering one Creeps into his quiet nest. Next, the pale dusk is m-quiver — Rose song's forever are dear ; After this trembles a river— Streamsonirs are gentle and clear ; List there is< somethine to shiver Down the swift pulse as a spear. Faintly and lar in the hills den throbs a music of rills ; Fragrant and cool from the bay The winds of the sen find way. How de ir is thy kindly mood, Thou heart of the twilight wood, Wlita, shyly, in the twinkling skies. The first star-bloasom softly lies ! No more we hear faltering rills, No more the low winds— we lie As the pond-lilies afloat, Motionless, under the sky, ( in -jl blue lake of the hills. And we rrst with our faces Deep-hid in the ferns and grass ; There, watching, at last we note The dim world widen and chine, Till, through the desolate places, Dreams fair and immortal pass, And the twilight grows divine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 April 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. Sin™?.? 0 * SERIES -VOL. IT -NO. 93T1. DAILY RECORD SERIES-VOLi XXIII -MO. 4315. THE DAILY RECORD-UK ION. tiered « the Post Office at Sacramento as tccomi class miner ■PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, "WML 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third St., bet. J and K. Tin: DAILY Ki:coitli-I MOV Ii published every day of the week, Sundays excepted. For one year '.$lO 00 For «ii months 5 00 For three 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. Kiiwsuieu and Agents. Advertising Kales S3 Dull} Bccord-I Oae Square, 1 time H : $1 00 OM Square. 2 times. €1 1 75 Oae Square, 3 times „ 2 50 Each additional time. 50 lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 S3 60 £5 0 ) Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square. 4th page 2 00 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 April 1881

THIRJUILY RECOIiD-UNION. TRIPA?.- • ... .-AraiL 15.1851 Bally Meteorological l:e«r.rU-Sis«a» Serv ice ln!«ed Males .4rii>y. ..:... Sacramento, April 14, l&jl— 8:02 P. M. .-■ :• — --— — b~ i -S~R~~~O ■ ■ cTgT" Sj~ ISHI-H HIM iti a Eg I 1 tag fell iff f «Nj| OlvmpiT. 30.02 62 M S. 8 Fresh.. 0.25 Lt. Rain Portland 30.W68 70 S. W. 6 Fresh.. 0.02 Lt. Bain RoseVnint 3o.l2 6l 00 Calm. Calm.. .... fair Efldßtaff. 129.91 71 58 N. 2 Light.. .... Fair Eacram - toj2->.9-2 72 5» S. W. 4 Gentle. .... Clear »c Krau.. 30.15 53 «i Calm. Calm Fo^j.y •V'isa'.ia.. 30.10 51 79 N.I Light. .... Cltar ♦LAngtl. 3J.USOS bfi Calm. Calm Clear Max. torn., 77 ; mm. tern., 65. Hirer above low-water mark. 20 feet 2 iuehes. •4:02 P.M.] JAMES A. BAttWICK, observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In J<V.v York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 114 for 4s of 1907 ; K-2^ tor 5s of 1861; 113 for 4J« ; sterling, $4 82@4 841 ; silver bars, 11- SUver iv London, B2'd ; consols, 100...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Fltll>AT ll*lill. 13. 1881 ADVERTISEMENT EiKTIOK. Metrojwlitan Theater— Uooley's Minstrels, Sacramento Hussar 3 llnrttnc to-night. Con:; A, City Guard, this afternoon. Louis Bouillon— A card. Wanted — good saddle Jiorse. Wanted— Situation — A C.enr.'.ui girl. Estray— Strawberry roan pony. State Museum— San Francisco. Metropolitan Theater— Catherine RoOjrers. Protestant Orphan Asylum— Annual report, brand opening— Kicbmo'd Grove, Sunday. Avettoa sales. Bell & Co.— General sale, Saturday. D. J. Simmons— Silo of household furniture. Business Advertisements. People's Savings Bank Money to loon. Goldman, the grocer, Second and J streets. Bristol's Pills and Sareaparilla. Li] ■man & Co.— Hosiery ; ready-made goods. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Board op Health.— The City Board of Health held a meeting last evening at Dr. Hatch's residence. ■ Present — Drs. Nixon, Gardner, Cluness, Hatch and Simmons. The Board organized by electing Dr. .Nixon Pres ident ami Dr. Hat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. IN THE MIRROR. What are they doing up yonder, Those two in the concave glass? We speak, we smile, I watch, you know, The dusky linht in your dark eyes grow ; I hear the ring in each word you say, If the tone be mocking, or soft, or gay ; r.ut those two, our shadows, they sit up there, The tiny, defined, bright miniature pair ; Tluv never alter, unless the flash Of firelight leaps trom the hoary ash, Athwart their rest to pass. Who has sate thore before us ! When these faded tapestries shown, Bright from the dead bands' patient tai 1 (May Christ the parted souls assoil), When the storied panes grow fresh and rich, New set in yon "window's carven niche. And the knightly heads and the golden curls Of the old past, peopled with boys and girls, Gleamed there in the days long gone. Well, they are asleep with their shadows, We live, love, say it, mine own ! Will you give me your little hand to hold? Will you let me try it, this hoop of gold ! Will you smile, swett e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 April 1881

•AILT CHIOS »rniE3-TOL. LV — SO. 93:2. DAJUT BECOUD S£ltIES-*OL< XXIII -SO. 431«. HALE BROS. & CO. A Seasonable Suggestion ! THE MOST 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 I a | OUR PRICES I = __. -— — i BY A PERSONAL INSPECTION! g|||g||P*' Our Prices are Plainly larked W*& on Each Piece of Goods, so that all can read them. It is to the benefit of all, and certainly cannot he an^j^g^^ injury to any, that Slllyl t ACCEPT OUR SPECIAL AND GSNJEBAL INVITATION TO CALL, AND EXAMINE OUR PRICES I Ladies should be very careful to do this, for we daily hear expressions of regret from those who had previously said to themselves : "WELL, THE HALE'S ARE ONLY SHARP ADVERTISERS, AND THAT'S ALL!" Their notion in this was a mistake, and their purses would have been benefited if they visited us sooner to test the issue. We are now ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 April 1881

AGRICULTURAL. HATTER PREPARED SPECIALLY FOE *" THE " RECORD - Tbe Watm Belts of the Foothills— What V Causes Them?— The Vine-Hop per— Elver Orchards— , That there is a certain altitude on the sides of the mountain raDges of California at which the temperature of the atmosphere is more uniform as between day and night than at altitudes above and below, is a generally well-known fact. The section of country coming under the influence of this even tem perature has, by common consent, been termed the warm belt of the foothills. From this bait we obtain our earliest fruit 3 and Vegetables, and within this belt tropical trees and plant* are seldom injured by frost, acd" early- blooming fruits are scarcely ever nipred in the bud by cold snaps of weather. These warm belts are : found along the foot hills of the Sieira Nevada and Coast ranges, from the extreme northern to the southern border of the State, but the altitudes of the belts vary in different localities, souietinies ascending well...

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