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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1880

SET IN A SILVER SEA ! - - _ — ."ii —__„ A ROMANCE BY B. L. FARJEON, AIiTHOR OF "BLADE O' GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES," "JOSHUA "■'' ' " KINO OF NO-LAND," " THE BELLS OF FENIIAVEN," ETC. CHAPTER, V. THE KETURJ" OF TnE WAXDEP.ER3. The Sylvesters were five in family, and represented three generations : Matthew Sylvester, a man in his sixth decade, his son Paul, Paul's wife, Margaret, and their two children, Joseph and Gabrielle. Upon Evangeline's introduction into the house hold, Joseph was seven and Gabrielle four years of age. That Evangeline should find a home in the house which by right belonged to Mauvain was natural aud just. But the idea did not emanate from the islanders ; the first suggestion of such an arrange ment came from Margaret Sylvester. The moment the woman saw Evangeline she almost implored to be allowed to adopt the child as her, own, and as she was a good wife and a good mother, and was sup ported in her wish by Paul and Matthew .Sylvester, there could be ...

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. — 14 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SAITKDA- II liltl Alt V 14. l** Si. The San Francisco offlce of the Daily Rkcobd-Union ' and Weekly Union is at 10$ Montgomery street. . THE WEEKLY UNION. Tims 'Only aug-nents the general judgment -and I* -.pillar verdict that no other paper on the coast ].., ....... -- .. c ... .j-. . . . • ■ .....,.» offers its subscribers such advantages as does the Seerlt Union. Its being issued in semi-weekly rts is a system inuring so greatly to the benefit its readers that any return to the old system -would be met witb a storm of protests from all over the land. The paper goes out in two eight-page parts, one «n Wednesday and one on Saturday, thus conveying to its readers the news of the day long in advance ef the weeklies which appear but once in seven days. The great serial "Set in a Silver Sea," by the cmi. sent English novelist B. L. Farjeon, is now running in the weekly and is attracting marked attention in all quarters. In the Weekly Union appear phono* -graphic...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1880

THE DAILY PvEroIU.M/\IOK 5.iTrU1»AT......... FKRtMARY r 14. tfSm. - Eii.ii tart.*. «<•»>'• rl- February 1.!, I**-n. __ c.. -.•- - ■ - «- -■• — — _*_*-; — TIM. | HAK ,11;,. KM STUD 'KA'NVVKAriI. 49-k. x 30.46 | M 71 S. E. 10 ... . Clear 7*. M 30.40 135 i 7; S. E. 6 ! Clear BVia. M 10.48 37 1 71 18. X 8 .....Clear •:'*.« 30.41 53 « V. v.. 9 .""..".'Clear I B*4 l*. v 80.40 , if I -52 N". W. 2 ■■".■'Clear Mix. '.j-., 55 degreeM. Wiu. Mer.. 3' il«;rees_ Weather Probabilities. Vftsammtoa, February ,13th— Midnijht.— bidica" tie.ns fur Central and South I'acilic: Clear and partly cloudy. .-jve:.,tisem>nt flIENTIO». Piano Eecitals— Henry Men, this afternoon and evening. A. 6. U. W , Union L-dse— Visiution tonight. A. O. U. Vf., Sacramento Lodge— Special call for to-night. lank O. R. -M., T.ed Jacket Tribe— Sunday, at 1 p. m. Auction Salts. Sherbnrn i Smith, 323 X street, at 10:30 to-day. BeU i Co., 1016 Fourth street, at 10:30 to-day. Business Advertisements. Elejant bouse for sale ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. NEW PUBLICATIONS. A Fool's Erraitii. By One of the Fools. Fords. Howard k Huliert, New York. Bvo., cloth, 1 vol •W.A. kC. Houghton, Sacramento. ■ The reader of this remarkable book must not take it up with the expectation of opening • .sensational novel, or an entrancing love ■tory ; but he may expect to read of some thrilling adventures, not in wilds and on frontiers, but in the heart of our common country. There is a fringe of romance about the story; there is a silver thread of love running through it. but these are merely in cidental. The art and soul, the pith and essence, of the volume involve grave political problems. In brief, stthe .-lose of the war a Union officer removes with his family to a Southern State, where, by hi*-, independ ence of thought and expression, lis hatred of slavery, his love for the Union, his unwavering defense of the freedaian, he be- comes' a mark for the assassin's bullet, is ostracized, driven from society, and is made oitr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1880

Ml Miff JBE'CQItD-UNIoS. DRAMATIC NOTES AND NEWS. s .. * H. J. Byr.in.has ;ipp area as Matthew PillMl in "Cyril's Success : ' for' the first thnem' London.'"'""" '■'•*'>., ,,'.,', .' " Hie Rail to Ruin " has' ajatn turned out a hit for Messrs. Jamts aud" 'fliorne at the London Vaudeville. .... ... ..-"The Old Love and* the New*' The-, Banker's Daughter"), has met with a real success at the London Court Theater. ..... " The Tale of a Telephone," a capital farce, by H. fiavile Clarke, is now placed j in the bills at the London Royalty Theater, j In consequence of the continued success of "Drink, - ' the production of "The Streets of London " at the Princess' Theater, Lon don, is postponed. Tony Pastor has " caagbton" with his " Emigrant Train," a travettie of "The Tourists." It is quite in the line of his legitimate variety business. John McCullough writes that, thus far, he has found the Southern theaters too j small to hold the crowds who rush to wit ness his legitimate performan...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1880

: 'the DAILY Record-union. -jm i — t..x.ii 1 --■ '■- ' „' " ■■■■■-» 'T , |t , r' '7 " DRAMATIC AOTES AND HEWS. .. H. J. Byr m has appeared as Matthew Pincer in " Cyril's Success" for the first time in London."'**" ' 7"^.{.2- : i c ' '.' The Road to Ruin " has again turned out a bit fur Messrs. Jamej aDd I'-jorue at the London Vaudeville. 7, . *-~." The Old. Love and the New" ("The. Banker's Daughter"), has met with a real success at the London Court Theater.-. ''The Tale of a Telephone," a capital farce, by 11. Snviie Clarke, is now placed j in the tills at the London Royalty Theater. I In consequence of the continued success of Drink,'' the production of "The Streets of London" at the Princess' Theater, Lon don, is postponed. Tony Pastor has "caught on" with his '• Emigrant Train," a travestie of "The Tourists." It is quite in the line of his legitimate variety business. John McCullough writes that, thus far, he has found the Southern . theaters too small to hold the crowds who rus...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 February 1880

n?HE DAILY. RECORD-UNION; ; -5ATC8DAY......... FEBKI'AHT 14. 1880. TELEGRAPHIC. ' LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. . * ~ 7- MATTERS AT WASHINGTON. Interesting Report in Regard to tha Reclamation of Arid Lands. PASSENGERS PASSING OMAHA. j Hashville, Term, Visited by a Eamaglng | Cyclone. , A POSITIVE DENIAL FROM WASHBtJEI-r. Henry Ward Beecher's Views Kesardmg the Presidential Question. . . „ ... MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF FOREIGN HEWS. Proceedings in the British Eouse of Lords : and House or Commons. CIC Etc ..Etc. ,r..- -7-r .■i:'----- i i-/.'7-.7--- •• >' "l*?-*-*.. : 77,- -■-!. :■ ■ r:'- :■. DOMESTIC NEWS' V ■ -'■" •■■ - *'•*' •■ ot f ■ ' • • . '. ~ • . ■•■■ Affairs nt (lie .National Capital. . (Special to the Uicord-L'sioxJ -„... * I Washington. February 13th. — Senator Hill, of Colorado, has been authorized to sub mit to the Senate, in behalf of the Public Lands Committee, a very interesting report which he has prepared in advocacy; of: the j passage of his bill looki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1880

DAILY IXIOX SERIE*-VOL. XLIX-Xo. J4TI. DAILY Ui:i Oltl> SEKIEA-VOL. WI-.No. *«7. SIX-PAGE EDITION THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered mttlie Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BT THE . Sacramento Publishing Company. KM. n. JIILU3, General Manager. I rabllcatlon Office, TUrd it* bet. J and K. THE DAILY KECORD-rSIOS fipußdahed erojdajoC the week, Sundays txoepted. Tor out f mr. ........|lO 0G Wot lii months. C, PC Vorthra* month* J 00 T«d ooplcs one year, to one addre« 10 00 BabMrib«n serrod b» Carriers at Twnrrr-FlTi Cum per weak. In all Interior cl tie* and towtu the caper oan be had of the principal Periodical Fiiallin. Einman and Acanta. Advertising Bate* la Daily Record-Union. One Sonar*, 1 time ....II 00 On* Square. 1 tlmea. , 1 75 One Square, 3 time*. J to Bach additional Una. SO _ . ' - lWeefc I Weeks, month Half Square, I.t pa«« |)» (3 60 *5 00 Halt Square. Ski nag* 3 «0 (00 DOS Half Square, M pace S 90 « CO 6 0C Bali Square, 4th pa«a 100 100 ,4 00 One ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1880

THE TIECORD-UNION. : JIOMHV IKitltl AltY IK. 1880. SIX-PAGEEDITION Tiif. San FmncißCO office of the Daily Record-CMOS [ and Weekly Un ion is at 20S Montgomery street. : NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at IC6} for 4s of 1907 ; 1032 for 5a of 1881 ; ■ ICSJ for 4 ja ; sterling, U £4@4 S6J ; silver bars, IIS] ; silver coin, 1 discount buying; par selling. : Silver in London Saturday, 62 9-10; consols, -98 1-1 C; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105 J ; la, ' 109} ; «i«. nil. Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dbl an, 30 buying-, 91 1 Belling. At Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at 10s . Sdg:o3 01 for average California white, and 10s :< 1 tolls ; 1 for cluh. v ■./.. _ . , ,: . ... Tuebk was a fair business in mining stocks at San Francisco Saturday morning, but the changes were few and unimpo taut. Sierra Nevada cold up to $23, Union Consolidated at $35 50, and Ophir at . $20, but the closing prices were scarcely so hig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MONDAY ..rEBKIAKY I«. 1883. Signal Corp* ,Il«iiort r February »S. IXBC - TiMB. -j HAH THK jHUM| Will) jKAJi jWKATH. 4:02 A. M.... 50.14 ;39 91 'S.E. 8 .... Clear 7A. M '.30.14 140 I 87 I S. E. 7 ...'Fair 852A.H..... SO.]? 42 83 !8. E 7 ....'Cloudy it. M 29.99 I:c 07 i S. IS ....'Cloudy 6:02 r . M ■W. 96 145 68 ■S.W. 12 .05 Ciear Mix. t'ner., EC decrees. . Mm. ther., 37 Hewlett. . -•■ Wradier Probabilities. Washikotox, February 15th—Midnight.—Indica tions fur No: th Pacific coast region: Cloudy weather and rain. : For Central and South Pacific coast ro™ion9 :: Parly cloud v weather and light rain in Northern C liFornia. . 4PVEBTISEBI£irr MBKTIOM. It. and S. M., Cou-cil No. 1, to-night. O. C. Jackson, candidate for Chief of Police. Knightaof Honor, L"du-e No. 1,."50, to-night. Germania EuilJinff and Loan Association— Notice. Cecilia Clvi) t<i AmJ. lnsh taOef Committee to-night. Business Advertisements. Branch of Caiupi nes'.aurant. Wanted, a position as cook...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1880

THE DAILYJIECORe^NION. MON-tAY FBi;at«!AEV IC. l!SO. SATURDAY'S DISPATCHES ■ [SPECIAL TO THE „ KKOORD-UKION.] NATIONAL CAPITAL \ AiTAIES. The Balance of Trade Going Agatn3t the United Btites. PASSENGERS CO 11 1 Mi [ WKST BY Kill. Labor Agitation in Denver— Consolidation ' of the Working: Classes. '■" A SHERMAH '.CLUB GBCANIZED IN NEW YORK. Strife Among Railroad Companies Oat of Chicago. - ;.'■■■'■- „-■*'-.■ ' ..■' t ' , . . • . - MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN KEWB ITEMS. Tlie Claims Treaty [Between France and toe United States. Kir Etc • Etc. DOMESTIC NEWS. Capital ' Sot*«, from Our Own Corn" itpondcnt. THE BALANCE OF SLAVE ON THB WBOSO BIDF. Washington, February 14th. — The bal ance of trade has, comparatively, for so long a time been in our favor thai the popular im pression has been created that it is destined permanently to remain no. Sagacious and | experienced business men have, however, an ticipated a return of lbs period when the bal ance of trade would shift, and the outflow of .'....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY rSIOV ,OL.JIIt->O. J4H. DAILY KECOBD SKItIES -VOL.. XVI-HO. SMS. SIX-PAGE EDjTION BUSINESS CAEDS. 1»R. WALLACE A. BKIGCB . HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESI deuce to Dr. O. L. Simmons' Building, J street, between Second and Third. Office hours: 8 to 9A. M., II a. M to 2P. M., and 6to 8 P.M. ■ f!2-tf ' CAPITAL ALE TALLTB, NO. 302 J, AND 1005 THIRD STREETS. Hot Lunch daily from 11 a. M. to 1 o'clock p. m. i The Best of wines, Liquors and Cigars. dl3-4plm BOWERS & LOXGABAUGH. . J. A. C'KNNUriiHAM. '.:,.. 5 SACRAMENTO BOILER AND IRON WORKS, I street, between Front and Second, Sacra- mento. Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet Iron Work, etc. Al» >, ul! kinds of Repairing. J Changing Portable Boilers from Wood to Straw Burners a Specialty. ■ ' ■ ■' ' ' ftl-4ptf Hits. UK. 8. F. BOWERS £ I7ILECTRO-THERAPKITIST. — OFFICE AND Xv Residence, No 919 I street. Office hours— 10 a. m. to 4r. m. Consultation free. * f j-lm S. M. I>l\O\. M. !»., SURGEO...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 February 1880

THE DAILYRECORDjOT)I![_. 'SQUIRE BRAY'S COURTSHIP. ■Squire Bray, of CasweU, was hunting anotner wife, but his sou Bob, a wild blade, knocked him out of it. In the capacious breast pocket of the 'Squire's great-coat re posed a pint tickler, well filled, that he only proposed using on his way back from eeein" the widow Br«wn. Now just before he started Bob flipped the tickler out and put in its place a small alarm clock, care fully wound up and set for 1 1 r. M. The 'Squire had sat the fire out and Has well on with his overcoat, holding the widow's hand at the door and putting in his sweet est licks for the last. " Yes, your first hus band, my dear, was one of my best friends, and we'll visit his and my lost Hannah's gnvts, won't we, love »" " Ah, yes, for where was there a sweeter woman than your poor Hannah ?" asked tue widow. "A good woman ; she was good enough, but there's a living one just as sweet," said t'ue 'Squire, aad he was draw ing tier to him for a kiss, when whizz-wizz z...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 February 1880

DULY IMOS hI.RIF.S VOL. \LIV *o. 74^. UAILV RECOUU IHTWIBI TW \VI-.\o. 3477. ' THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second da« matter • ; PUBLISHED BY THE I Sacramento ■' Publishing Company. MM. U. HILLS, General Manager, Fabllcjitlon Office, Third »1., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KKMIKII-l MO* bpnbllshad sTery day of the will, Sundays eicepted. Foe one rear • • $10 0C Tfot ill months — 6 0G for three Booth* ;... 3 00 Cm eoplaa ooe /ear, to on* addrea* 80 00 " ocb*nrlbers usrred hr Carrier* at ' TWIMTT-lITI Out* par >a*k. la mil luteriur cities acd town* tile paper can I- had of the principal Periodical Dealers, nemmao and Aleuts. adrertltlng tales la Daily Kecord-Unlon. One Square, I t1m«................ 11 00 One Square, 7 times. 1 74 OneSqnaxe, 3 time*. , ••.... , 1 50 Each additional Urn*. '„... ■ X «,„_ 1 '■ 1 Week. 1 Weft*. 1 Month Half Square, litpsc* ...tIEO «3 50 . . $5 00 Hall Square. Id ...... 3SO 00 . 00 •Half Squara, 3d p«*o I 80 « 50 IK Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 February 1880

THE I)AIIY_KFX 1 OPJ)-UNjON. TIES tAi HvItKIAKY i:. IMiQ. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Ik New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 10C1 for 4b of 1907 ; 1031 for 6* of 1881; 109J for l Is; bterling, $1 M@4 fcCfe silver bars, 113J ; silver coin, i discount buying, par Belling. EH.VXR in London yesterday, .62 9-10; consols, 88 3-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105 ; 4s, 1003 ; *i% HIJ. . . -.. _^ .._.„,.,. In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dol ars, £ 0 buying, 91 selling. . At Liverpool jesterday wheat was quoted at 10s 3.1 ■' '.i.y 01 for average California white, and 103 '.M to lit 4d for dab. - Mixing stocks opened very quiet in San Francisco yesterday morning. . There was a little show of con fidence and activity at the early informal call, but business developed more sellers than buyers, and operators lost what little hope they had. ". Utah and Sierra Nevada each rose $1, but the advance was frittered away before the close of the call. The market is...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. rn>»A¥ ...... ■ ..rEIHHAKIf ; 17. 1880. Signal Corp-. Keport-Fcltniary IC. ll»8». ~ TIMS. | lAX JTUR 808 HIM, ißA'jiiWKin!. 4:02 a.m.... '30.14 | 38 1 54 N. W. 10 ~ Clear TA. X....... -30.18 36 61 IN. W. 8 ....Clear 8:02 a. h 30.20 S3 (53 ! .V W. 5 .... Clear it. ".... 30.18 47 141 N. W. 10 ....jClcar 8.-02 r. « j30.20 43 I 61 N. W. 4 | .... Clear M it. ther.. 40 tlegrewi. Mm. tSer.. 35 .legrett. ' ««ailn-r Pralmbllllies. • Washikoton, February ICth—Midnight.—lndica tions for Central and South Pacific coast regions : Clear or partly cloudy weather. For North Pacific coast region: Clear or partly cloudy weather, with occasional rains * ADVERTISEMENT MEMTIOH. Metropolitan Theater— Juvenile Pinafore. Turner Hall-- Capital Cit\ Minstrels. ■ R. A. M., Sai-ramento Chapter, No. 3, to-night. Sacramento Liu'lit Artillery- Masonic emblem lost. A. O. l\ W., No. M>, tonight. Business Advertisements. Monticello pickles— H Jl, Lnhrs k Co. Ini|*orter» — Adams, McXcill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIXSDAT FEBBIIAUY 17. 1880. UALIFOMIA LEGISLATOEE. .* . - - ■ ' ■ [CONTIKITJ> fhou must pack.] pared the plans anuTspwinc tions of Folsom l'ri-on. There ras a change in tlio eell < mode during the construction. First we hai jfratinj doom, aau now they are boiler iron. Some of the cell* are bui.t from chips and i-julis, with mi occasional loujf etuue, and mortar. la August, 1R7.1, Mr. Milt tuld dm he had seen the Board vt IH.-ectors, and some changes wan to be made id the plans, aud that i i.eed not ay anything or oppose it, at it would be of no us;, and if i should do bo, that architects were only 10 be knocked out by contractors and politiciiiu 11 tl.ey jot in the way, »:id that p!cu y of other architect* could be Rot; he said the ironwork should be struck our, and that the cells were to be built of small blocks, and the floors of th« cells to be mails of aspballuni ; ■ that tile changes would make a saving M Uie Mate of some $10,000 ; lie stuJ he was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 February 1880

OAILT gWMHI KEBIE!* (111 . XUX \». T4H. oailv lii < <»iti> utanwi TOT., xvi-.\o. *«:. THE DAILY RECORD^UNIOIV. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter . r _ PUBLISHED BT THK Sacramento Publishing Company, WM. H. MILLS, GeaeraJ Mavmacer. rabUe«Uoß Ofllce, Third »t ., bet. J and K. -j ~ Tin Dtlll ltF.< OKD-riUO* lapnbllabed craa daj at ttw week. Soudan excepted. For on* rear $10 OC -Vet six month*... • .••••.••»•...•••••••••■••• 60C Forthxee mouth* 3 00 San ouple* on* »«•». to one addrec* SO CC ' Sabaerlber* tarred b* Carrier* at Twtiktt-Fit« Oems per WMk. Id all Interior dtle* and town* the sapor can be had ol the principal Periodical Dealers, ft ewimen and Amenta. Ad v rrt l«inz Kates la Dally Scrord-rulon. One Square, 1 Urn* ............................ .(I 00 Oneßqnare. 3 time*. 1 75 On* Square, 3 time*. 1 v Baab additional Una. SC I Week, 1 Weeks. lHoath Half Sqnara, lit pace |)H DH $5 00 Half Square, M pa«« 160 < 00 8 0C Half Square. 3d pac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TrVi:a»ES»AV FEBKIAKIT 18. l»80. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 167 for 43 of 1907 ; 1033 for 53 of 1881; 1«H for 4Js; sterling, t* 84@4 tCi; silver bars, H3i ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. SiLvnn in London yesterday, 62Jd ; consols, 98 5-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105 j ; 43, lOSj ; 4}s, UOJ. Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dol are, JO buying, 91 J selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s SdglOs lOd for average California white, and 10s ltd tolls 4d for dob. . " '.*,'/• Toe Bodie Jlining Company has declared a divi dend of 2." cents per share, and Argcnta one of '20 cents. A>* assessment of 25 cents per shire has been levied by the Leviathan Mining Company. Tricks of mining stocks in Sin Francisco Yester day were about the same a* on Monday. In a ma jority ot cases the changes were to lower values, but the decline did not reach a full dollar, exc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 February 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. EPXE3WAT ■ .FEBgEAIIY 18. " 1880. Btarnal Corp* Kcport-FebS-uary 11, I*B*. TIM".. I «*K |THR'IiUH| lIU Ra'N.UJUTU. ;<:02a.m.....!50.27 35 70 N.W. 8 ~'ciear 4:02 a.m.... 30.27 iSS 70 N.W. 8 ...'Clear 7a.m. |30.31 33 74 N.W. 9 'Clear 1:02 A. X.... .30.32 35 i 70 In. W. 5 ....Clear *T.¥ ,30.23 I 47 I 28 N.W. 6 ....blear 8:02 P. M 30.26 1441 62 I S 4 |(,'lnudy Mix. ther., 49 degree*. Mm. ther.. 30<lezre«:t. Weather Probability*. ' Washington, February Midnijiht.—lndica tions for Central and South Pacific coast regions : Clear or part; cloudy weather. Pot No.th Pacific coast region: Cloudy, rain or snow, followed by partly cloudy weather. ADVERTISEMENT MSNTIOk. ■ . • Washington's Eirthday— lmproved Order of lied Men Wilhelmj'g Concerts Monday and Wednesday next. Business Advertisements. - • Dr. Salfleld's rejuvenator. Warner's safs remedies. Houses and lots for Bale— Carl Strubel. ' Houses to rent— A. Leonard. Store to rent— C. Beivhauser. Stove store for sa...

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