ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 17,002 items from Sacramento Daily Record-Union, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
17,002 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 April 1881

A LUMP OF CARBON. Tell me, lump of Carbon, burning Lurid in the glowing prate, :'.:-,. While thy flames rise twisting, turning, Quench in ma this curious yearning, Ages past elucidate. Tell me of the time when, waving . l!:_'ii above the primal world, Thou, a giant palm-tree, lifting Thy proud head above the shifting ' Of the storm-cloud's lightning hurled. While the tropic sea, ht t laving, _ Round thy roots its billows curled. Tel] me, did the Mammoth, straying Near that mighty trunk of yours, On the verdure stop and graze, Which thy ample base displays, Or his weary limbß down laying, Bleep away the tardy hours? Perchance some monstrous Saurian, sliding Waddled up the neighboring strand. Or lcipt;d into its native sea With something of agility. Though all ungainly on the land ; While near your roots, in blood-stained fray. Maybe two khthyc beasts colliding, Bit and fenght their lives away. Tell me, Ancient Palm-corpse, was there In that world ef yours primeval AuL-lit of man in p...

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. — 16 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SATI iwTZ.- APBILJ^JWI Daily Meteorological Kccord— Signal Serv- Pice lulled Slates Army. Sacramento, April IS, ISSl— B*2 P. H. *z E3 IS) H c p ** -of ft I I ill I*l & SB Jji. !± 1 1 J-M l _!l_ hlvmpia .29. 54 9C S. C Fresh.. 0.34 Cloudy Portland' M.XI J>7 ■>! S. 6 Fresh.. 0.44 tit Rain TVwebur"- iC.SJ •>' M Calm. Calm.. 0.21 Lt. Rain Bedßlofl.H>lrc7o 06 W. 6 fresh.. 0.02 Cloudy Saoram'to 0-79|G2 77 S. 16 Brisk Fair *S Fran a.Bffl6B 88 N.W.I Unlit ....Clear •Vlsalla-". ».89 58 S3 S. 4 Gentle Cloudy ♦L Angel. 831551 S7 Calm. Calm Cloudy Max. torn., 82 ; mm. tcm., 53. River ahnve low-water mark, 20 feet 2 inches. ♦4:02 p. «■] JAMES A. BARWICK, obscner Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. THE BEST PAPER Published in California to-day, for the family, the business office, the shop, the market and the field is The Sacramento Weekly Usiox, issued in semi weekly parts, the two nuking up a paper of sixteen large close pages, the whole furnished by mail, p...

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. — 16 April 1881

THE DAILY -RECORD-UNION. >.ITI KD.4T APBIL 16, 1881 iDVERTISEKENT MiNTICN. Ifetropßtan Theater— Matinee, to-night, tomor- Honey to Lean- Clinton L. White. Notice -Will not be responsible, A. Meyer. A. 0. V. W. Picnic— N\xt Thursday, iiastcr Festival and Picnic- Atlantic Gardens. Degree of Perfection — Knights aud Ladies of Honor. Land Lea(r,:e Slectipg to-morrow afternoon. Reward— For the pusillanimous thief. Sacramento Hussars— Annual ur-tt sh->ot. Auetica Sales. M.irim Pflug & Co.— Horses, baggies, etc , to d3y. D. J. Simmons— Sale of household furniture. Shcrburn i Smith— Household - Business Advertisements. Joseph Wallis, attorn vat law, C2S J street. Sun Kum Wo-Japanese Slack Watt Tul coal I irs. brewer i Bouthwortb, ifcatißtß. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOSPEL Meeting. — The attendance at the gospel meeting last evening was good. The praise service was led by Dr. Finkham. At its close Mr. and Mrs. Stebbins sang "I am Sweeping Through the Gates," the dying words of Rev. Alfr...

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. — 16 April 1881

REGENT LITERATURE. SHAKJE3FEiF,E'3 PLAYS-THE METTEK MCH MEMOIKS— MES. CRAJK. Harper's Fraaklin Square Series—Anec dotes of FuWic Men— Victor Eugo— Etc., Etc. Two of the new volumes before 119 are the " Memoirs of Prince Metternicb, 1815— 18<>9 " edited by Prince Richard Mettermch, with' papers classified and arranged by M. A. de Klinkovretrom. The translation is by Mrs Alexander Napier. The books are from the 'press of Charles Scribcer's Son?, New York! "ami for sale by W. A. & V. S Hough ton Sacramento, and are priced at i? 200 each. This work is in brief a pen-picture of the Btirrm-* times in Europe between the date of the battle of Waterloo and the days of July. Bruce Richard is the son of Metternich, the diplomatist. Plod, the once publi.-her of the late Emperor Napoleon, is the publisher of the work in Paris, r The present volumes are the third and fourth of the cine, which the entire work will embrace, and brings the record down to the close of the Restoration in l-'...

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. — 16 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOX. Altered at the Post Office at Sacramento as &ecand class matter TUBLISHED BY THE f Sacramento Publishing Company. gfjl/WrM. 11. HILLS, General Manager. Fubllcatlon Oilier, Third St., bet. J and K. ■ t THE DAILY BECORIM XIOX In published every day of the week. Sundays excepted. Tor one year ........■..;...,.■.„„.■..,.,...;. „.510 00 ! For six months 5 00 Forthree mouths.. 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address..... 60 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at Twenty-Five Cents per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be hid of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agent*. ■ — AilrertlHln^ Bates S3 Daily Kecord-rnion. Oie Square, 1 time........ ............... ....••?! °? Oue Square, 2 times „'. i <•> Oae Square, 3 tiinoa '. 2 £0 E tch additional time '■- 5 " 1 Week. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, let page. «2 50 < S3 50 $5 0) Half Square, Zd page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page .3 00 4 50 C 00 Half Square, -Ith page 00 3 00...

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. — 16 April 1881

KEARNEY. An Interview with the Sand-Lot Agitator. History of the " Honorable Bilks " and the New Constitution. Ihe Workingmen's Party and Its Origin. A New Party to be Formed— Transportation Problems. In the year 1877 there be ( ;an in the city of Kan Francisco an agitation — a mere ripple upon the tt-irface of public affairs — which ere long ripened into a gale, and before the close of a single year augmented in force until it became a hurricane that shook society to its foundations and shadowed the land with the gloom of threatened revolution. The chief actor in the troublous scenes of the three suc ceeding years was Denis Kearney, a dray man, who, upon the accidental wave of popular vOataor, rode iato a power which made the great city sway before his breath, and riveted the eyes of all the people of the State upon his movements. With the most meaningless catch words for a war-cry, and the discontented and readily-inclined tumult uous classes at his beck and call, he hurled anathe...

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. — 18 April 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. BAILY OKIOH SERIES -VOL. IV — NO. 937.1. DAILY RECORD SERIES— VOLi XXIII -SO. 4317. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. dieted at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matte* PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. ■WM. D. 11 ILL", General Manager. Publication Office, Third st., bet. J and K. }-, r - \ THE DAILT HECOBD-UNION Is published every day of the week, Sundays excepted. For one year WJ M For six months • J jjj Forthree months ... •> 00 Ten peoples one year, to one address SO 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at Twenty-Five Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the Saper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Tewsmen and Agents. Advertising Rates Is Daily Rccord-Cnlon. Square, 1 time........ * ; i. ......... ....il 00 One Square, 2 times „ 1 75 One Square, 3 times „ 2 SO Each additional time. 50 lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 .$3 50 $5 00 Half Square, 2d page....... 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d p...

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. — 18 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, j M J AT ■ ■ A-ntlL 18, 1881 Dally Meteorological Kecord-Slgnal Serv ice I'nlted Slates Army. SACRAMBSTO, April 17, 1881-8:02 P. »■ 1 «g -B o s~= S ?n n I iv-z ? a » s- %_ ill 5* § ||i| §(? s I" ! <_. :a = ?«« 1 11 ? §s. |Pc ; & r 7 s . p .P. si 3 n-» O'vmpia. .29.9666 87 N. 3 Gentle. 0.07 Cloudy I Portland. 21.07 50 00 Calm. Calm.. 0.05 Clear I'isebur' 29.98 57 76 Calm. Calm.. '0.22 Clear R.»d Bluff 120.90 69 38 E. 4 Gentle. 0.86 Lt. Rain Sa'cram'to;29.9B 57 87 Calm. Calm.. 0.73 Cloudy •fi Fran.. 29.88 ! 67 N. W. 2 Light.. 0.09 Lt. Rain •Vinlia.. 20.9158 62 S. E. 2 Light.. 0.06 Cloudy -LAngei. :i0.01i57 87 S. E. 3 Light |.... Cloudy Max. tern., 65 ; mm. tern., 54. River above low-water mark, 20 feet 3 inches. -4:02 r. M.J JAMES A. BARWICK, Observer Sergeant, Signal Corps U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were j quoted at 114 J for is of 1907; 102J for 5s of 1SS1; ! 1131 for 4Js ; sterling, $i 82@4 Wi ; silver bars, ! ...

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. — 18 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-USIOX. MO.vnAT :*..*, APBIL 18. 1881 - ADVERTISEMENT v MEHTION. . Metropolitan Theater— Hiss Rogers. Chanipiorsof Red Cross picnic— Postponed. Cruelty to animals— Professor Tapp's method. Wanted— Smart, industrious boy. Germania Building and Loan Association. ; Stolen— Horses, harnesses and wagon. Drugstore for sale at Rocklin. Atlantic Gardens— Easter Monday entertainment. Sacramento Chapter— This evening. A. O. U. W. picnic and excursion. ■Auction Sales. Bell k Co.— This evening, |«intings and chromos. Cell & Co.— Furniture and household goods. Business Advertisements. Agricultural wares— Baker A Hamilton. , Dissolution of partnership- Bell & Kolliker. ' Star Mills and Malt House— Neubourg A Lages. W. F. Knights— Hides, pelts, tallow, etc. Murray & l.r.nn.an's Florida Water. . raciflc Business College and Telegraph Institute. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Union Meetings.— The effect of the rain was visible upon the attendance at church yes terday. The only union...

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. — 18 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. GOOD-BY, SWEETHEART. Good-by, sweetheart ! I leave thee with all loveliest things . The beauty-burdened spring-time brings, The anemone in snowy hood. The sweet arbutus in the wood, And to the smiling skies above. I say, bend brightly o'er my love, . - And to the perfume-breathing breeze . I sigh, sing softest symphonies ! (>^ lute-like leaves of laden trees, Bear all your sweet refrain to him, While in the June-time twilight's dim. He thinks of me as I of him, And so, good-by, sweetheart . Good-by, sweetheart ! I leave thee with all purest things, That when some fair temptation sings Its luring song, tho' sore beset Thoul't stronger be. Then no regret Life-long will follow after thee. With touches lighter than the air I kiss thy forehead, brave and fair, And say to God this last, deep prayer ; < >, guard him, always, night and day, So from thy peace he shall not stray, And so, good-by, sweetheart ! Good-by, sweet-heart ! We seem to part, Vet still w...

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. — 19 April 1881

DAILT CMOS BEBIFS-TOL. LT — MO. 9374. UALLTSECOBDSEUIE»-t'OL>XAIII-310.43,.5. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. -let sd -1 the Post Office arSacramcr.: aas s-. :v. 1 class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. MiH. 0. HILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KErOKD-tMOX Ii published every day of the week. Sundays excepted. For one year *!<> M For six months •* » 00 Forthree months •• 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address SO 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at Twk.stv-Fivb Cksts Iter week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Tewmnen and Agents. Advertising Kates {a Daily Rccoril-Inlon. O-ie Square, 1 time , $1 00 C)ie Square, 2 times. „ 1 75 Oae Square, 3 times 2 50 Each additional time. v 50 lVeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist pace...... 52 M .$3 50 $5 00 Half Square, 2.1 page 3 50 6 00 SO) Half Square, 3d page 300 . 450 6 00 Half Square. 4th page 2 00 3 00 4 00 One ...

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. — 19 April 1881

THE PA 1 1, V [IRCOBDUNION, It SI-'VT ipsa, li». ;■•■■! Dally 3Jetccrolo2!cn! llccora -signal Serv ice t i.iiert Man-* .in;: j'. -„"»v.i;nto, April 18, 1S81— 8:02.r. x. — —'^ - -i~K ~~0 pWrSrofyS -■••«■ -of -£ a % Sa^" oS.~ 5- sip §fi 3 s § lf*% Ids sS i ?a fc ? ? -~= :g§ 3 _I~_ ~iyi~y • . 30.0-2:5t 87 W. 1 Light.. .... Fair . ' Portland: 30.G;!57 75 '' W. 7 Fresh — Clear P.-sebur" 30.04J57 89 Calm Calm Clear Ked ßluff. -:9. 84*68 74 K.W. 3 Gentle. 0.02 leal- Saeramto 2I).»1 00 V! S. W. 5 (tattle Clear •S Fran.. 29.05 57 81 M. 8 Fresh.. 0.01 Cloudy ♦V'iealia.. iO.STi '3 Ci! N. W. 2 Light Cloudy *L A:igc! . |29 ■ PSJSB 82 3. 4 Gentle . Cloudy j!a. tern., 73; mm. lem., 55. P.iwr nbove low-water mark. 20 feet 6 iaches. ♦4:02 m.] JAMES A. BAK'.VICK, Observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. Wralbcr Probabilities. V.'asiiisaTOS, April Iflili— A. m.— Northern and Central Pacific coast ' regions : : Fair weather. For Southern Pacific pffoast region : Partly cloudy weather, with occasional ...

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. — 19 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIEBftAY... ■■■■... ..APKII. 10, I«*l ADV2STISEffiIEm , MENTION. Metropolitan Katherire Rogers. ; A. O. U. W. Picnio— Rsfrrslm'.ei.ts. Independent O. K. JI. — Refreshments. Medical Society, State of California— Annual meeting. . Temperance Picnic— Don't you forget it. Subscription for Widow of John Brown. Lost— Go.d Watch: F. and A. M.— Concord lodge, this evening. Hall to Let— On Sixth street, between J and K. faction Sale. Bell i Co.— Ji-ri-l sale of Furniture. . Business Advertisements. Great ilusic^ Opening— J K. "■ '-'i"w- Mississippi Kitchen— Oyster and chop House. C. Schafer— Cooper and Tankmsker. Bristol's Pills and Saraapari la. '£?% LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Union Gospel Service.— The at tendance at the gospel meeting last evening was about the same as on former occasions. Dr. Pinkham led the song service, y j The regular services ere opened by the congre gation singing '"Pass Me Not, Oh Gentle Savior." Mr. Stebbins also sang, by request, "Eternity." ...

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. — 19 April 1881

THE I'AILY KKCOKD-UyiOK. THE MAID. Oh ' she was a maid of laughing eye. And *» lived in a garret cold and high Aud he was pi threadbare, wniskered beau, And lie lived in a cellar dump and low. nut tbe rose boy of the cherub wing IHth many • sh:l£t in his tender n l s ' and the youth below and the maid above Were touched with the flashing darts of love. And she would wake from her troubled sleep, ' <>\r his tender billet dtmx to weep ; or stand like a statue cold and fair, And gaze 00 a lock of his bright red hair. And he who was late so tall and proud, _ With his step so firm and Ins laugh so loud, His bpsard grew long, and his face grew thin, And be pined in solitude over his gin But one soft night in the month of June, i ,'. she lay in the light of a cloudless moon, A voice came floating soft and clear. To the irti.'d maiden's list'ning ear. Oh : then from her creaking coach she sprung, And her tangled tresses back ibe flung. She looked from her window far below. And he stoo...

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. — 20 April 1881

DAILY CJfION SFRIKa-TAL. LV — NO. MI. 3 AIL* RECORD SERIES— *OL. XLIII-NO. iT.'.K CALIFORNIA. Generally Flattering Busi ness Prospects. EIPGETS MOM ALL DIRECTIONS, Encouraging Outlook in Regard to. Crops. MINING INTEEESTS LOOKING UP. Large Increase in Building and Other Enterprises. PREVAILING DEMAND FOB LABORING MEN A Prosperous Year Assured to tbe Golden ■' '.- ~ State.', fcTKCIAL BT TELEGRAPH TO THE RECORD-I'XIOX 1 Alameda County. Oakland, April 19th. — business outlook of Oakl md and Alameda county was never more prom ising than it is at present. In the matter of real estate, which has fallen in previous years and more recently come to a standstill, there is a decided ad vance, which promises to be healthy and continu ous. The auction sales, which are a fair criterion of values, have been favorable to the general devel opment. Building property in West Oakland, in the city proper, and in fact in all parts, has com manded fair prices under the hammer, and in many cases property h...

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. — 20 April 1881

THE DAiLYJ&COKD-UNIOy.- ! WEDSESPAT...: Ai-BIL .0. IS*l j Dally Meteorological Kecord- Signal Serv ice lulled Stales Army. ... SiCK.ivF.NT.., April 19, 1881— S:02t\ M. -_ -=— -j :=■ . C 2)" i? K ~ --£-5 -i. * 3 » -»■* 5 "*- s c £ I? I I*l e &f §* lai 'i -g.°-- •pc fa r ? ?■£& '. Ci ii 1° j Bhminla . 20.10 5.1 9.1 S. 2 Light.. .16 Lt. rain Portland. 30.1458 Hi S. 1 Light.. ..... T>Xe»hunr '.' 1157 78 Calm Calm : Clear Ke.iEki3 -9.97 83 75 S. W. '. Gentle. .... Clear STmnn'to'SO.Gl 03 SS S. 5. Gentle — ' lear S : Fran MM =3 93 W. 12 Fresh 1 .... Fair -Visa'ia 29.92 54 93 5. E. 2 Light..;.... Cloudy „ L Angel- 29.9153 86 S. E. s|Fresh..|.... Clear Max. tern., 7! ; mm. tern., 54. Fiver above low-water mark. 20 feet 5 inches. y :j v. v] JAMES A. BABWICK, observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Government bonds are quoted at IHJ (Or 4s of 1907 ; 102 J for 5s of 1SS1; U3£ for 4j«; sterling, S4 82@i 84 ; silver bars, UiZ,. Silver in London, ...

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. — 20 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDxksaAV...'-..........'.".'.A1»81£ co. iiw advertisement hcuition. Metropolitan Theater-Miss Kstherine Roger?. Lunch Baskets— Where they may be left. Excursion end Picnic U. O. 11. M. . Watchmaker Wanted- At San Francisco. ' Wanted— A young man ; rapid writer. Edwin Martin— Call at this office. Business Advertisements. C. Schatfer— Cooper and Tmiktnaker. Bartels in Gregory— Dealers. F. Foster- Bookbinder, Paper-ruling, etc Murray & Lanmans' Florida Water. " LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Without Process or Law. A man giving his name as John Hopkins recently came to this office and left a written state ment to the effect that he had been arrested by a police officer in this city without war rant, and incarcerated in the city jail for twenty days without being taken before a magistrate, and at the end of that time was released by the officer who arrested him and informed that nothing could be found against him. He further stated that be several times asked to be tak...

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. — 20 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN. II the sad old world should lump a cog ' Sometime in its dizzy spinning, and "O off the track with a sudden jog. What an end would come to the sinning ! What a rest from strife and the burdens of life For the millions of people in it, What a way out of care, and worry and wear, All in a beautiful minute. With not a sigh or a sad good -by For loved ones left behind us, We would go with a lunge and a mighty plunge Where never a grave should find us. • What a wild mad thnll our veins would fill, As the great earth, like a feather, Should float thro' the air, to God knows where, * "" And carry' us all together. No dark, damp tomb and no mourner's gloom, * No tolling bell in the steeple, But in one swift breath a painless death For a million billion people. - - What a greater bliss could we wish than this, To sweep with a bird's free motion Thro' leagues of space to a resting-place, In a vast and vapory ocean To pass from this life for aye With ...

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. — 21 April 1881

BA.IEY UNION SFBIEg-TOI.. IV -NO. 9376. DAO.T KECOKD SERIES- VOL. XIIII-NO. 4380. FHE DAILY RECORD -USIO'y. ktcscd at the Post Office at Sacramento as second diss matter PUBLISHED ET THE Sacramento Publishing Company. Mil. 11. MILLS. General Manager. Publication Offlee, Third St., bet. J and U. TDE DAILY HECOKD-ITNION Is published eypeiy day of the week. Sundays excepted. Tor one year ••......•••..«• .•••..... $10 00 For six months. 5 00 For three months ' 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers serred by Carriers at Twksty Five Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Aiienta. . .i .;:, > - Advertisinc Kates to Dally Becord-di lon. One Square, 1 time .^-..i.: $1 00 Que Square, 2 times. ... 1 75 One Square, 3 times. „ 2 50 Each additional time. 50 lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 S3 50 $5 03 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 SOO Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half...

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. — 21 April 1881

TTnn)AiLY RECOKD-UyJO^. j Tiif;ta:vi.g .-..'; ai-kil 81." is«i j Dally Meteorological Kccowi— Signal Serv ice Cntted States Army, y SiCRAMKsio, April £0, ISBl— T. V. === v =- Imm ~o ....... Iff .. ■«-„ r'~Z ' - 1 =S-~3 S~i & o " SsS 3 - 2 E Sia Z*i S 5» {go fa ? "<■<.=•§ '.-. £.S I 93. OHai'iTT 29.80 58 93 S. 3 Gentle. .2fi Cloudy Portland 29.90 51 03 8. E. 4 Gentle. .40 Lt. rain l-i* lure 29.87 &'6 N. W. 3 Ccnt'.e. .... Clear PcdEluS. 11.02,70 80 S. 7 Fresh Cloudy ; SSam'to 30.00 C 207 S.W. 10 Fresh.. .... Clear •fi Fran.. 30.08 58 89 W. 1 Light.. .... Clear • -v'isalia.. 30.00 57 58 3. E. 2 Light.. .... Cloudy 'LAngel. 30.01158 82 Calm Calm. Cloudy Max. ten., 70; mill, ten)., M. Rive* above low-water mark. 20 feet . i inches. *4:C2 .. M.] JAMES A. BARWICK, Observer Sergeant, Signal Corp?, U. S. A. Wentlier I'robalillilics. W'AsniNOTOX, April 21tt— A. a.— For Northern Vs. dfic coast region: Partly cloudy weather, with oc casional rpiie--. :/ : jjrj NEWS OF THE MORNING...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
x
Loading...
x
x