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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 April 1881

:■ THE -DAILY. RECORD-UNION: TUt85DAy... ........ .......APK1L 21, 1811 ABVEB?I3EHEN? 9 HtHTIOH. Vet:;i,io:it.ic Theater— Jliss Katberiae Bayers. I. O. O. F. anuual picnic— Nat Grove. Sacramento Chapter — Tills evening. Privileges for K. . i P. picnic. y.( ,y-_ Sunday School l-nion picnic. Lecture— Sacramento Seminar)-. Cositnitics Tribe, Impd. O. K. M. To-night. . Vi A. O. D.— Fidelity Grove, this evening. Washington Lodj;?, F. and A. Jl.— This evening. Wanted— A stoat boy, at Fabian Brothers. . ' .Auettoa Sales. v : .' D. J. Eimxons— Extensive auction sale. Eel! & Co.— Friday evening. -'. -~ ' Business Advertisements. I Red House— department. Bristol's Sugar-coated Pills. Positive atid absolute sale— Hale Eros, & Co. Dissolution ot partnership— Buck .w S jie-CM. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Opium Smokers. — An opium den seems to be thoroughly democratic and void of caste There is hardly an instance in which one of them is raided, aud its degraded inmates brought in, without represe...

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. — 21 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. — ■ ■ i ~* A T THE MASQUERADE. 1 know 'twas not the proper thing to do, \nd jet I thought it would be jolly, too, Togo alone to that swell masquerade, -;_/; A?,d so 1 did it. Well, my plans^vere laid. ' Mv wife of mv intentions naught did know. I told her out" of town I had to go. And she believed me. Leaving her to stay ■ \t home, 1 went and danced in costume gay. I had been 'at the ball an hour or so, When some one introduced a domino. I saw that she was plump and graceful, aad she had a pretty little foot and hand Her eves i noticed flashed like diamonds bright, Though plump, she waltzed divinely— feather light. I \nd then she flirted with most perfect art, J I it isn't singular I lost my heart. '- Soon my sweet ehartuer 1 began to ask ■ To step into an alcove and unmask ; To let me see the lovely face I'd swear Was hid behind that mask. My lady fair At first refused. I pleaded long and hard ; Declared my life forever would be marred, Unless her cruelty sh...

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. — 22 April 1881

BAIL! RECORD SERIES-VOL. XAIII-KO. 1381. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. dieted at the f os: Office at Sacramento as second class Mitel PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. tvn. 11. HILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third sl., bet. J and K. TUE DAILY RECORD-UNION Is published every day of the .reek. Sun Jays excepted. -For one yea* ....... ...... ........... '. .......$lO 00 For aii mouths. 5 00 Vorthree months 3 00 Ten copies one year, to oue address SO 00 Subscribers served tiy Carriers at Twenty-Five Cents .per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had ot the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agent*. Advertising Rales In Bully Ketoril-l nion. Oae Square. 1 time.. ...... c ....$1 00 Oae Square, 2 times. ,/. 1 75 Square, 3 times , 2 50 Each additional time. 50 '. lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half S.«are, lrt page $2 50 S3 50 $501 Half Siifi&re, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d pago 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square, 4th page 2 00 3 00. 4 01 Oue ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 April 1881

THE DAILY RECOBD-UNION. »"J!l«a* .......... tPKttjW. £B*l Bally :itle.rn]oslcol Record— £lsnal Serv i.. t lilted Hates Army. SaniAiißKTo, April 21. ISSl— 8:02 r. M. y"c H ""s c s"a o §B Hi ""I 1 g £&•• s~* & %i :$ a ?2, ? ? «£§ ,: 5.5 3 la Oil ir. pin Portland. 29.8S 56 CO Vf. 2 Light. .00 Clondy It we burg 55 M W. 2 Light.. .01 Cloudy Red Bluff- 29.8J59 83 W. I-:. 5 Gentle. .10 Lt. rain sVram'to-Ca.Oo' 59 70 Vf.lti Brisk.. ....Cloudy • S Fran.. 30.07 56 81 W. 4 Gentle Cloudy •Yisuli*.. 29.97 59 82 W. 2 Light.. .... Clear "L Angel ■"■& Si Culm Calm.. ....| Cloudy ilax. tern., 7; ; mm. tern., 53. River above water mark. 20 feet 5 inches. ♦4:02 r. St.] JAMES A. BAftWICK, Obserrcf Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. Weather Probabilities. Washington, April 21st- Indications for Northern and Central Pacific Coast regions : Partly cloudy and cloudy weather with rain. For Southern Pa cific Coast region : Partly cloudy weather, and pos sibly occasional rains. - ~* . - NEWS OF THE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION FKIRAT..... APRILS?. 18* iSVEKTISEMEKT KEKTION. Metropolitan Theater— Miss Katherine Eogers. Theater- Managerial benefit, Monday. Mrs. Carter's concert— of date. Sacramento Lodge, F. and A. M., this evening. Strayed or stolen— A tpin of horse;. Wanted— -88,000, for a term of years. Picnic --Sacramento Encampment. Found— A black horse. • Wanted— Situation by a steady your-g man. Knights of Pythias— Joint committee, to-nght. Auction Sale. Bell k Co.-General sale this forenoon. - Business Advertisement.! IVeinstock k Lubin— fancy goods. Bristol's sampari'.li and pills. J *: : *£ Mechanics' Exchange- Jacib Sclunid, proprietor. Sacramento Planing Mill-Front and Q streets. ..; Clins. V. Bapp & Co.-Grocers. . James McGuire— doors, shutters, tte. j Telescope— lnquire of Dale k Co. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Police Commissioners.— .-The Board of Police Commissioners held a special meeting yesterday afternoon' to further consider the matter r.f officer McCarty, who was upo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 April 1881

THE -DA 1 L V l\ ECORD-UK I OX. POVERTY F LAT. Ah, v. ' I nave heard it all before, licit life will never seem sweet as that In the sunny' d »ys on the topmost floor, Do«n there in Poverty Fiat. For Willy was strong in love and arm, And gladly toiled for the daily bread ; While baby ■•'■ ' thought ne'er of harm In the calm, sweet life wo led. For joy stemed not for the rich alone, And sorrow alone for the poor ; ' Since we are content, let their hearts he stone— Wewill -c -tr seek their door." - % So thus we met each trial and pain With trustirg hearts and with loving words ; Ah I days ilia! never will c me again, So merry with smiles and birds ! And now, the wife of an honored man, With position and name and all of that., 'Tis s.vcet to reaember when love began Down there in Poverty Flat. 1 — i Henry Hurst, FAST TROTTERS. The Homing list is from the oiHcial pa per* of the Secretary of the National Trot ting Association, of : fifty of the fastest trotting stallions in America, with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1881

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DULY FVIOV SF.KIES-TOL. M -So. 9378. DAILY SECOUD SEKiES-VOL. .tXIII-.\o. 4382. . IBE DAILY KECORD-UXION. « • -<=*"■* st the Post Office at -Sacramento as sec.pi.l class matter PUBLISHED BY TUB Sacramento \ Publishing \ Company. "W 3l. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third at..' bet. J and K. THE DAILY BECOKD-FXIOS.' In published every day of th week. Sundays excepted. For one year....... ."• .......§lO 00 For six months 5 00 For three months 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address SO 00 Subscribers wired "v Carriers at Twenty-Five Cfxts per week. In all interior cities and towns the Sftper can be tod of the principal- Perio<lip=al Uealcra, 'ewsmen and Agents. . A Ivcrlliltii Kalesly Dally Record-! nlen. Oie Square, 1 time........ _■.... ........... $1 00 <i le Square, 2 times „ 1 75 ti .c Square, 3 tiu-.es 250 E .--'Ji additional tune. '.'. a 50 1 Week. 2 Weeks, llle.rlh IT!' Square, Ist pYi:ge.. ..'..&' SO .- $3 53 $5 03...

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

FROM FRANCE. THE GREAT i FIRE :AT FI?E ASD :nS SCENES OF WOE, . The * Fork War— A Composr's Many Friends — The washer women's Fete. Taris, March 29, ISSI. Whether it is that telegraphs and rail roads, bringing us in closer communication with the rest of the world, cause us to per ceive more clearly their sufferings .and mis ery, or whether it is that in advancing to a higher degree of civilization man has de veloped a more sensitive organization — whichever it may be, I have been much impressed by the general sympathy and real horror experienced by ail Parisians with regard to the catastrophe at Nice. Having just passed through the painful ordeal of a terrible lire, such as is seldom seen in the French Capital, they can more easily imagine the terror such sight must inspire. The details~of this accident are fearful, and each day some sad event is telegraphed which is added to the already numerous incidents, and which bring tears to our eyes and make our hearts sink with in us. As a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1881

A REMARKABLE WILL. The Hcmance cf in English Watering Place— ln Two Parts. Part I. Miss Bridgita Molloy was a maiden lady of royal descent, who lived at ah English watering-place— l really forget whether at Bath, or Clifton, or Cheltenham, or Mal vern, or Leamington, or Buxton ; but it was at some such place, and luckily the name is the one detail which does not matter. For the sake of avoiding blanks ' and dashes, I will call it Chatterbury, as more or less applicable to them ail at least in Miss Molloy's time. She was a little eccentric in trifles ; but in all essential things as notoriously whole-minded, and strong minded, too, as any lady of 60 in " the whole kingdom. I must enter a little into her family history ; but only so far as is needful. She had been the second of • three beautiful sisters, the daughters and coheiresses of a gentleman of large estate in Ireland. They were much run after in their girlhood, and had once been known as the three pocket- beauties — less in al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SATIUIOAT.. ..I.AFKII. *3. MM - i Bully Meteorological Kecord-Slznal Serv ... Ice United Stales A rroy. SAOiAmHJTO, April 22, 1S81— 8:02 r. M. ' Pr a —; f a" =~" °~ s S~~ '■■ ■ fag Bf 1 § S3. J |S| _ |S ' ; So. :3, ? ? ■*?■= 3.3 a 52. : Olympia . 29.98 45 81 S. W. 2 Light.. .27 FaT . 1 Portland. 30.01 47 81 S. E. 9 Fresh,. .11 Fair Rose burg 29.96 51 G9 S. E. 9 Fresh.. .10 cloudy End Bluff. 23.93 oil 43 S. E. 12 Brisk .. .... Clear 1 Sacram'Ui 30.05 MM3. W. 8 Fresh . .". . Clear »S. Fran.. ."10.it0. a3 88 ,Vf. 7 Fresh Clear •Visalia.'.lS'.Ol 60 53 Calm Calm Cloudy : H. Angel. toA 9t]S.W.O Fresh. ■■■■ Cloudy Max. tern., OS; mm. tern., SO. "-■•--; Kiver above low-water mark. 20 fee* 6 inches. 1 •4:02 I*. M-1 . - JAMES A. BARWICK, Observer 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 Tin: -p i;imi".*to WEi'iibV Union, issued in semi* wcdrflP parts, the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1881

• THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 5ATUgPAY... .......... .... APRIL »% 18*1 ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Theater— Misa Roi;en", Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Addio Carter— Grand concert. Wanted— situation ; steady young man.' A. O. U. W.— Union Lodge this evening. .'„ Bric-a-brac Club— Meetintr this evening. Land League meeting to-morrow afternoon." ",;S\; Richmond Grove opening to-morrow. , "".',' For sale— em ill farm ; Carl Strobel. . A. O. li. W.— Winners of picnic prises. Postponed— Raffle for trotting horse Starlight. Auction Sales. lerburn & Smith— General sale to day. berburn & Smith— Sale next Monday. ] Business Advertisements. W. O. Thrailkill, D. D. S —Dental depot, Sweetser & Alsip— Plate-glass lnsurance Company. Silver Palace Dining Saloon— New arrangements. • Sweetser ii Alsip- Beal estate and insurance. Lyon & Barnes, commission merchants. Frank Smith— lnternational Saloon to-night. Dissolution of partnership — 11. T. Holmes & Co. Wra. pwyen, ii^ijiit tor lime, plas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1881

AGRICULTURAL. SJATTEB PREPARED SPECIALLY FOR THE " RECORD - UfilON." : Hoist e in Cattle Tor the Dairy— A New - Forage Plant Wanted— Barbed Wire Fence Decision. We have received all the way from the little town of Walworth, Wayne county, X. ;.-- V.', a catalogue of H. lutein cattle lately im ported and owned by T. G. Yeomans & Sons of that place. We remember the senior Yeo mans as one of the most s-uccjssful merchants in that part of the Empire State thirty-five years ago. He afterwards abandoned the mercantile business and was equally success ful as a nurseryman," in which business he is still encaged. He visited this State some four or five years since, and returning, made the tour of Europe. Oa this tour he person ally selected and purchased some thirty odd head of pure Hulstein cows and bulls, from the herds of North Holland and Friesland. The selection was made wi'h especial refer ■ euce to obtaining the very best milkers to he found among this breed of cattle, where th*- o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1881

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. I SAN FRANCISCO MARKET REVIEW. "."'--. "'^..--'r:;.,;,;r --.'., , " IRSPOKTID KIR IDS SApCRAMSSTO RSpCORD-USIOK.) Sax Francisco, April 21, ISSL ! GENERAL MEBCHANTIISii. BAGS hi i> 1:.*.p.,.i -p. China stealer now in quarantine has II , bai s Gunnies .he Botxot in out upwards of r... days from Calcutta an.l is expe ted daily. .-he has afu 1 cargo of s and Jute. Wheat ha are quottd at SiC«il-c for spot and BJ<S tor ! one and July delivery; Potato Ou .niei. 13@14c ; Wool Bag*. 44WJCC, according to weight; burlap Cloth is held • * 7}c for 40-inch, 7i's7Je for 45-inch, and 1-Jc tot sC inch; Hop Cloth, 13614 c y yard. . O.gaks— rates f r Califor ii-m-.dj areas follows: Seed, *?tt>a4*l; Seed an.l H rana, **KW.;>: Clear Havana, $l)o..cci2S VM. , - , Coal— Stßee Fel.rua y tilth prices from wh?« . ■•' dealers have been as follows: Coos Bay. temS„^' Kenton and Seattle. s7 SO; Carbon Hill and tWlhng ton. $10: i**..otch Splint, SIO; An. j •«*£»£ Coke is tellin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1881

GENERAL NEWS. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. -. * „ MATTERS AT WASHINGTON. Ihe •' Record Union's " Course Can vassed in the Senate. THE PLOODS IN THE lIOSTHWEST. Han Hanged for Murdering His Wife, and a Woman for Killing Her Husband. A MAN AKD A WOMAN ASSASSIKATEB IN TEXAS. Serious Accident on tbe Denver and Rio Grande Kailroad. VAKIttiA ITEMS OF FOKII'.V SEWS. Native War Believed to ba Inevitable la the Transvaal. Washington Note*, from Cur Own Cor respondent. Washington, April 22 i. — Senator Miller has for some time been quietly but actively exerting himself to procure such a break in the Senate deadlock as will admit of the transaction of at least a portion of the accu mulated executive business, his principal ob ject being to obtain action or. the Chinese treaty, which is now at the head of the calen dar. These treaties would, of course, be wholly lost if the deadlock were prolonged until next autumn, or if the Senate should previously adjourn until next winter wit...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. UIUTKECOSD SEEIES-tfOL. JXIH-.VO. 43S i. IggJVULY RECORD-UNION. friertd at ii>c Post Office at Sacramento as second cla^s matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WH. 11. MILLS, General Manager. ' ':; Publication Office, Third St., bet. J and K. ■' : THE DAILY KECOBD-UXIOJr Is published every day of the week, Sundays excepted. Tor one year '. $10 00 Fur six month* 5 00 *Porthree months 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers sored by Carrier* at Twknty-Fivb Okkts per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can ho had or the principal Periodical Dealers. 2i ewsmen and Agents. A;I vrrt Kins Rates !;'. Dully Record-] nlon. Oae Square, 1 time .... $1 00 OQe Square, 2 times. *;•••.*.*•........ 1 75 <)ueSqu£re,3timeg..... , 2 50 Eich additional time. 50 lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, In page $2 50 $3 50 85 00 Half - ■1..L1.'. -■: page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Hall Square 4th page...

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

THE I>A i li V R D-UNION. M..\»»iy . ArniL '■;•-,. mi Bally JHcteoratOiricnl Kecor.s-cisnal few ire i'niici! .'':alr< Army. SiCSAVKSTo," April 21, 18S1— 8«2 r. M. ra , - ~ 0 Ol 9 c *r 1: § till - ill l 0 [3 o :— I- ■ c~. o 'S oivmnia |S*.W Ja !)2 ft. W.iOentle .74 M. Rain Pcrtlacsl. 30.156 iGB i. E. 4fit:nlle. .;.. ■ I udj r,.)seburij'so.2:iss 05 Calm Cairn Far RedßluftjSO.U (13 ■■' S 3 Gentle. .... Clear «i«cram'to 50.15 61 <1 S. 4 - Gcnt'c .... Clear M Fran.. 130. 19 « 70 N. W. 4 (Uu!e. . ... Ckar • .•;5a1ia..!u0.13]49 Si N.W. -1 Gentle .... f"e.r •LAnstel.lSO.Oliao' SC X. B. 4 ldentic. ■ ■ ■ ■ Clear iMax. teni., 63 ; on. ten)., 40. Jliver above iitft-water u\^rlc. 20 feet 5$ inches. "i:o2r. M.] JAME3 A. HAIIWICK, Observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In Nc-v York Uovcmmtnt bonds are qaotod nt 115 for 49 of 1007 ; 102? lor 58 c! 1881; U33 for 1 5 .< : sterlinj.-, Si 82J<S>4 85; uilncr liars, U2.J. Silver in London, 6?Jd ; consols, 101 5-1...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UN ION. ■o»o*» .......... ...Armn ir.. ih-^i ADVESTISEMEST MIKTIOS. Metropolitan Theater— " Led Astray," tonijr'at. Ancient Order of Foresters— Thij evening. 0. E. S., Naomi Chapter— eveni- Central FaciSa Railroad— .Yew time-table. Summer Term- Gere an-American school. Sacramento Council, H. and S. ll.— craning. Notice torn editors— Annie B Scliirmir.' [otormuioD wanted of David Clark. I!ii;hoy Robinson's benefit to-ni?ht. • For Sale— A 250-acre farm. Odd Fellows' Picnic Committee. Notice— <if,o reward. Auction Sales. - Slierburn It Smith— Furniture ssle to-day. D. J. Simmons A. Co.— Real estate sile Friday. * Business Advertisements. 1. O. O. F. Picnictcrs— First-class meul at Silver Palace dining rooms. Ames, Bade & Co.— stoves, tinware, etc. D. Deßernardi & Co.— Wholesale dealers. Arc Hotel— Thomas Gu'nean, proprietor. X, W. A. Ilughsen — Physician and surgeon. E. L. Billings & Co.— Liquor dealers. Boot, Xeilson & Co.— lron and br^ss works. Cha...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SATURDAY'S NEWS. Special Dispatches to the "Record- Onion" Condensed. The FalißO, the first ocean steamer of the Beason, arrived at Montreal Saturday. The conference of Socialists, to be held in London &i the end of April, has been aban doned. Prince Leopold will attend the funeral of Beaconefield. He viewed the remains on Thursday. TTecht & Co., merchants at Pocohoutas, Arkansas, have failed. The liabilities are over?! 00, 000. • Andrew Felt (colored) was hanged at Mon ticello, F!a., Saturday, for the murder of J. H. Wnittaker in December list. i'-X'i-t Henry Hill, the murderer of Jailer Skel ton. was banged at Hartwell, Ga., Saturday, in the presence of 8,000 spectators. The South Side Street Railway Company at Chicago has decided, 6ually, to put in the endless eb.aiu system in use in California. The Berlin Zeitung states that Bismarck's attitude en the monetary question is decided. He favors the maintenance of t!.c gold stand ard. 1 Dervigcll Pasha...

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

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD- UNION. BiILY rSIOS SKKIE6-VOI., IV — SO. 8380. DAILY KECOBD BEKIEB-VOL. XXII I -NO. 4354. iHE DAILY RECORD-UNION. »icf ed at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class mattes PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. W3l. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third *»., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KECOKD-rXION Is published every day of the week. Sundays eiccpted. For one year *10 00 Forsii month*. •> 00 Forthree month* •> 00 Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribe!* scrred by Carriers at Twesty-Fivx Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. Advertising; Kates in Dally Kccord-Fnlon. Oae Square, 1 time «.-.... . $1 00 (lie Square, 2 times «j 1 75 Oae Square, 3 times „ 2 SO E^cb additional time. '. « 50 lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 $3 50 »5 03 Half Square, 3d page 3 50 6 00 8 03 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Squ...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TtTk* 7 **.* APKIL g<i. iSM Dully Mclc«iro!«alonl Bccord— Sisnal serv ice Flitted Maica Army. SiCRAMBKTo, April 25, IS3I— S:O2 P. U. '— 3~~ r ß~rTa ~"^c c-g fir lii i- I lii| ill I 111 • ? _?l II ? .f SH. MS L§ ° Olvn-iii'-- i*M i" 85 3. W. 9:Freth . 1.09 Fair Portland 30.23 52 nS. V. 4 Gentle. 0.18 U. Bain Hose Our; 30.25 E4 74 S. W. 3 Gentle ....Fair Uedllluff 30.08 CB6SS. W. 2 light . ...Clear Saeram't SO.OB 69 65 X. E. 4 Oenlle Clear •S. Fran.. 30.19.5S BOW. W. 1 Light Cltar • VU*lia. . 30.1251 86 K. W. 3 Geut'e C'etr -LA:. ' J30.00.49 78| >'. E. o! Fresh Clear .Mi tern., 75 ; mm. tern., 50. Biver above low-water mane 20 feet 5 inches. '4:02 i\ m ] JAMES A. HARWICH, Observer Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New Yolk Government bonds are quoted at 115 for #3 of 1907 ; IC2J tor 63 of 18S1; 1335 for 4J« ; eUrlir.tr, $4 K@4 tbl ; silver bars, 1123. Silver in London, E2J -1 ; consols, 101 6 per cent. United States bonds, 104 ; 1:-...

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