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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 15 February 1891

4 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Decidedly Interesting Interview With C. P. Huntington. Ho Wants the Question of the Central Pacific Indebtedness Settled —Too Much Politics—The Shipping Bill- Thomas Jefferson and Iteclprocity— Senator Hearst's Condition. [Special Correspondence of Sunday Uxiox.] Washington-, D. C, Feb. 7,1591. Meeting Mr. C. P. Huntington at the Capitol yesterday, afterttsoal salutations I asked him whether his visit to Washing ton might be invested with blood-curd ling political significance, a flank move ment on the Farmers' Alliance by the heartless corporationsts, or a tame private business call such as any other human being might indulge in. lie replied in his accustomed good nature, "lam sim ply here to urge, if possible, some action on tho bills now pending before both houses of Congress, and favorably re ported by their committees, pointing out some definite method by which the Cen tral Pacific Company may be able to pay its debts to tho (lovernnipnt, instead of keeping...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 15 February 1891

LEGISLATURE —29TH SESSION. A Very Uneventful Day in Both Sen ate and Assembly. The Democrats Striving to Get the Senate to Pay Attorney Clunle's Pee—Light Business. SENATE. Sacramento, Feb. 14,1891. The Senate met at 11 o'clock a. m., JLieu tenant-Governor Reddfek in the chair. Roll called, and quo tun present. Prayer by Rev. A. C. Herrick, Reading of the journal dispensed ■•. ith. Mr. Maher offered a resolution provid ing that the constitutional provision be suspended, and that S. B. 030, appropri ating $10,000 for the contingent expenses of the Senate be considered a case of urgency, and read three times. So ordered, and the bill was passed. The Committee on Corporations re ported back a large batch of bills various ly recommended and constituting about all the bills on the file of that committee. Other committees also submitted reports, among them being the bills declaring the Feather River bridge a free highway, also one to license land surveyors. Mr. Dray, from the Committee on...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 15 February 1891

6 AT THE GRAVE OF BYRON. Description of the Humble Old Nottinghamshire Church Where Lord Byron and His Ancestors are Buried— Reminiscences and Inci dents of the Collier Town and the Neighborhood In which it is Located. [Regular Correspondence of the Sunday Union. Copyright, 1891.1 HITKXALL TORKARD, Eng., ) January LT, 1891. } In a railway carriage between Bayreuth and Nuremburg, I once heard a little Bavarian school-girl ask a traveled Phil edelphian where the great and good Ben jamin Franklin was buried. Gracious and prompt as we Americans always are In supplying effete European? with in- Ibrmation, lie promptly answered that Franklin's ashes reposed in Westminster Abbey. This American man was undoubtedly horn within a half a mile of Franklin's tomb in his own city, and may have pass ed within a few feet of the meanly-kept, unhonored grave nearly every day of liis own homo life. Englishmen may cherish the heritage to Britain of Byron's immortal genius; but Byron's grave is no more ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 15 February 1891

THE BURIED TREASURE. How the Miser of Maitland Dell Secreted His Wealth. An Incident of the Fenian Eaid—The Burial of the Boot Full of Gold, Sil ver and Bank Notes—llow tho Lost Treasure was Found. [Written for the SrsiiAY Union by R. J. D..] Everyone has heard of, and many will remember, what is spoken of as the "Fenian Raid," although it never actually amounted to anything. We all know how the Fenians rose up in New York State especially, and, arming themselves, set out with the intention of hiking Can ada. Uncle Sam allowed them to arm themselves; allowed them to go to Buffalo, N. V.; even allowed them to enter Canada if they choose to do so—alter they had all been disarmed. In response to dis patches from the Canadian Government at Ottawa, Uncle Sam was on hand as the. Fenians were about to cross the line, and emphatically refused to allow an armed man to outer Canada. The whys and wherefores of the Fenian organization, and what they expected io accomplish in Canada, has nothing...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 15 February 1891

8 RECIPROCITY. Advantages to the United States in the Late Treaty. Secretary Blnlne's Figures Upon Wlilcu Are Based Our New Commercial Relations With tho United States ot Brazil. The following report by Secretary of' Btate James G. Blame to the President ■will be read with great interest: Department of State, ) Washington, February 7,1891. J To flic President: In response to your direction, I herewith submit two tables, A and B, which clearly exhibit the fects I of the commercial arrangement between j the United States of America and the ' United States of Brazil, completed on the ' 6th of this month. Table A will show the articles from the ' United States which will be entitled to free admission into all the ports of Brazil after the Ist of April next. It will also show the average annual value, as compiled from the Brazilian statistical reports for the last three years, of the imports of said articles into Brazil from the United Suites, and the average annual value, during the sam...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.-NO. 152. THE DEAD HERO. General Sherman's Death Mourned by the Whole Nation. THOUSANDS OP SYMPATHETIC TEL- EGRAMS RECEIVED. Ulerh Tribute Paid to the General's Memory by Hey. Dr. Talninge — Preparations for the Funeral Com pleted—The Body "Will TDe Taken to St. E*mte for i;ui-iai, and the Serv ices Will be Strictly Military. Special to the BaoOKB-Uinosr. Nkw York, Feb. 15.—There was a crowd of people passing to and fro in , front of General Sherman's house from early morning until late to-night. There was nothing much to see but long crepe Streamers, and once in a wbfle the face of sonic of the family or friends within, as they glanced out of the window. Callers at the house were many, but only a few wont .inside, the majority only leaving cards. la the afternoon the two Misses Sher man went out for a short drive, but they wore the only ones who left the house for any length of time during the day. Generals Slocuni, Howard and Butter field spent the day in arranging for...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 February 1891

2 DAILY BEGQBD-UJiIQN ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHM COMPANY Ogce^jmtyd Street, between J and X THE DAILY RECORD-UXIOX, (Six Pages), Published six days In each week, and « THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seven-day paper. For one year $6 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week. In all interior cities and j towns the paper can be had of the principal j Periodical I>ealers<. Newsmen and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carriers at Twenty-five Cents per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pases), I« the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year $1 50 The Sunday Union alone per year 1 OO AH these publications are sent either by Mull or Express toajsents or single subscribers, | with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are. ap.-:itx. The liest Advertising Mediums on the Pa- j cilic const. Entere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 February 1891

GILSON'S PUGILISTIC NEMESIS. Romance Surrounding the Loss of a Black-and-Tan Rooster. Will There be Bloodshed f—C. C. Brown Moralizes—A Chicken Ped dler's Woe. MT tell you, Mr. Reporter, the police ofl"n-inl«j should be very careful about re fusing warrants to persons who ask for thorn. If it had not been for jostatteha piece of business as that Jim Lansing would be alive to-day. You remember that case, 6f course. Young Katen went to the police station for a warrant for the arrest of a party who had been annoying him. The warrant was refused him. Then he took the law into his own hands. Lansing happened to get in his way and Was killed." Charley Brown, the retired broking, thus moralized, as he and the reporter sat on the court-house steps. What was it about? Well, Brown had just been into the District Attorney's oilice with William Gilson, the chicken peddler. Gilson wanted a warrant. Caroline Baelling, his nemesis, had, so he said, punched him in the Stomach, and he wanted her fai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 February 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MAKKET. . FHTTTT r SA(:nAMFN"To, February 14th.~ - ot\ -,\ £v Slr'' )O; Limwi. »s@« ? hox, 75c tLin»S V? ' Hallllllils. ?Sftß 50 ft bunch for rS^ft S7m S: California (jraniros- T^n *s? eles ' ? ~r" " ~s's* »'"*; Riverside,"*;** B£»*b«c; do, Navels, S4 &5@4 50 *smk 2S^{?2fi, £ 25 V Bo£ Pineapple* GOc" ?V>''.>?>' t< dozen; Apples-Spitzenburjc. §2 25 9375 £box; Rhode bland Greening^sifl CAXNKIj GOODH—Assorted table, S2<a «i 1O; Apples, SI 'JO; Apricots. 81 00; Blaclc- D'-nies, «i »&; Cherries. %'Z ids 3 (JO; Car rants, SS-20; Gooseberries', si mw 1 i) 0" -Muscat (Jrapes, 81 55/1 i>o; Plums, $1 (JO; Ser lr'.''s S'-f - "5; I{as 2>i->crl'ies» »- ~0; Mlraw- BREADBTUFKB— Flour, S4 55 ft hbl; Oat meal, 10-tlj sack. 4c per ft, S3 80 100-ft Sue!;; (.'ommeal, white-, 02 \IT> y 10-to BOCtCS; yellow, s-j 105 25-lt,sack ■; Cracked Wheat,. »2 00, 10-lh sucks: 2 HO, 100-!!, sacks- Hor n S3 10-!b Kuks: $:i SO ft 100-!b sack.-; Graham, §2 10,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 February 1891

SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. [Filed February 5,1891.] Appeal from Superior Court of Los Angeles County — Walter Van Dyke, Judge. For appellant, Graves, O'Melveny <fe Shaukland. For respondent, Barclay, Wilson <fc Carpenter and Gottschalk & Luekel. DEPARTMENT ONE. The Southern California ) ' National Bank of Los Angeles, Respondent, „ vs. No. 13725. EL C. Wyatt et At,., Defendants, and A. 11. Busch, Appellant. This is an action upon a promissory note, dated December 5,1888, und payable ninety days after date. The instrument appears to be a joint note, signed by each of the defendants, with the word "surety" written alter the name of defendant Busch. The defendants, other than Busch, suf fered default. He answered and alleged that he signed the note neither as maker nor acceptor, and "that he wrote his name upon said negotiable instrument as a surety without any consideration what ever, but solely for the accommodation of the makers of said instrument, and de livered it with his...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 16 February 1891

6 HE SHOULD HAVE LOOKED. No Damages for a Man Who Gets Off at the Wrong Station. How William Xagle Fell Into a Can yon— "Look Before You Leap"— A Son mi it. , The Supreme Court has affirmed the judgment of the Superior Court of San Diego County in the case of William C. Nacle against the California Southern Railroad Company—a suit for damages for personal injuries alleged to have been Sustained by Nagle. Nagle boarded one of the defendant's trains at San L»iego and bought a ticket for La Jolla, a small station on that road. He had been to La .lolla before, and knew where it was, and also knew that there was a platform there to get out upon. On this particular occasion, how ever, the train stopped just before reach ing La Jolla. Somebody sitting near Nagle said the place was La Jolla, and Xagle started to get off. It was night, and he stepped oil the car, thinking he would alight on the station platform. Instead, the train was standing on a trestle, and Niigle stepped off into a can ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--NO. 153. THE LATE GEN. SHERMAN. His Remains to be Taken to St. Louis on Thursday. FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY. Another Mine Horror Reported Fi'om Pennsylvania—Three Miners Known to Have Been Burned to Death—The "World's Fair Directory Asking for Police Protection for Their Work men. Special to the Record-Union. New York, Feb. 16.—There were very few callers at the Sherman residence this morning. Yesterday and last night no body was allowed to view the body. The remains of General Sherman, dressed in full uniform, will be placed in a casket in the front parlor to-morrow, but until Thursday none but members of the family will be permitted to look on the remains. The funeral ear will be placed on the regular St. Louis fast express of the Pennsylvania road at G:'>o Thursday even ing. The train is expected to arrive at St. liOuis on Saturday morning. The procession in this city will bo an imposing one, and it is already arranged that more than 12,000 men will...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 February 1891

2 DAILY BECORD-UyiON TUESDAY FEBRUARY 17, 1891 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBUSEIM COMPANY I Office, Third Street, belwewu ,7 and X THE DAILY RECORD-I'XlO\ (>-lx Pages), Published six days in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid HKVJUhOAT paper. For one year •. $0 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns tin- paper can be had of the principal Periodical I)ealnrs, Newsmen and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Uirriers at TwiiNTi'-FiVE CBK3B per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the l'acirie Coast. The Weekly tlNiox per year $1 50 The Sunday Union alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mail or Express toajcents or single subscriber.-;, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Uest Advertising Mediums on th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 February 1891

NEARING THE CLOSE. Arguments in the Trial of Eduarclo Frediani for Murder. Tho Case "Will Soon bo In the Hands of the Jury—Mr. Johnson's Lengthy Statement. The testimony in the Frediani murder cas;e is all in, and the arguments were commenced yesterday forenoon. Assistant District Attorney Buckley ; was the first to address the jury for the i prosecution. He argued that the evidence in its entirety demonstrated that the kill ing of Scatini WM nothing short of a cold blooded murder. It was unprovoked, and •was done willfully and with malice. Frediani approached Seatini with murder j in his heart. Regarding the testimony of I the defendant, that shortly before the cutting Scatini seized him by the coat and dragged him along the sidewalk to where Bianchini and Galli stood, Mr. Buckley said he did not believe it —it was not con sistent with tlic other testimony in the rase. The evidence showed that Frediani had said something derogatory to Bian- | ohini about Scatini's family, and when ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 February 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. _~, TTT _ . Sacramento, Febmary ICth. FRT> IT—Lemons—Sicily, §(! 50<h7 %» box; California, §4(45 50; Limes, $r>(,iii box, 75<r ©1 « 100; Bananas. $:{?„:{ 50 " t > bunch for Island; Ooeoanats, V7dß; California oranges— JL-OS Angeles, 82@2 25% l box: Uiverside, $3rm 3«0 a box; do, Navels, S4 Xscj,4. 50 box; Mandarins. §i 25 fl box; Pineapples, 60c each, !>, %> dozen: Apples—Spitzenburg, §2 25 <ftJ_ , v 1? box; Ilhode Island Greenings, Sir* 1 t>o %> box; mixed varieties, Slfcl 25 a box- Pears, SI 2 5 Co. 2 9 box. CAXXED *<JOOI)S—Assorted table, S2.§ 2 10; Apples, 81 GO; Aprirots, $1 yO; Black berries, SI y-j; Cherries, S2 40fa2 00; Cur rants, §2 25; (iuo.-i-birrics, #1 sOm.l <)0; Xoacat Grapes, §1 55f0;l «0; Plums, SI 60; Quinces, $1 95: Raspberries, §2 70; straw berries, 82 ro. UKKAKSTUFFS—FIour, $4 25 ft bbl; Oat meal, 10-lb sack, 4e per ft., §3 SO "j* 100-ft Back; Cornmeal, white. «2 25 ~$ 10-tt> sacks yellow, 8...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 February 1891

LEGISLATURE—29TH SESSION. Quite a Batch of Bills Passed by the Senate. General Sherman's Memory to be Duly V. Honored—Amended Appropriation Bill-Senatorial Tilt. ; | I j SENATE. Sacramento, Monday, Feb. 16,1891. The Senate met at 2 o'clock p. si., Lieu tenant-Governor Rerlrlick in the chair. Roll called and quorum present. Prayer by the Chaplain. Rev. J. A. Bruner. Reading of tho journal dispensed with. PETITION". Mr. Heacock presented a petition from residents of Santa Barbara against the passage of A. B. 201, relating to the salo and use of petroleum oil. SPECIAL, OKDKI'.S CONTINrED. On motion of Mr. McCoinas, the motion to reconsider the vote whereby the Senate refused to pass S. B. 104, relating to tho issuance of school bonds by cities of the fifth class, was made the special order for Friday at 2 p. m. On motion of Mr. Dray, S. B.s 2, 16, and 47, relating to electric railways, the next special order, were made the special order for Tuesday at 2 p. K. On motion of Mr. Maher, S....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 17 February 1891

6 CLEVER AMERICAN WOMEN. One Pretty Woman's Advent Into Journalism. the Wrote Well and Didn't Know It—A Society Girl With. Brains—The Ven erable Mother of Stenography—The Only Woman Author of a System of Shorthand lnt the World. [Regular correspondence at the |Record- Uxion. Copyright, 18541.] Mrs. Julia Hayes Percy of the World, a pretty and acccomplished woman, is hereabout considered one of the best all around newspaper workers on the met ropolitan press. Every kind of work from interviewing murderers in the Tombs to "doing" the gowns of a Mc- Allister ball has been assigned her, or, more to the point, she has done every thing that a man or woman, could do on the paper. During the excitement at tending the Giblin trial and reprieve, letters frequently came to the World office addressed to J. H. Percy, Esq., the writers thinking the reporter on the case to be a man. It was Mrs. Percy who did all the work, and, with the editors of the paper, was insrtumental in having the young man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 18 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--KO. 154. DISASTROUS STORMS. Pennsylvania Towns Suffering I From High Waters. bouses m johnstown floating AWAY. The Lowlands Flooded, and Many People Compelled to Abandon • Ikeir Homes—Bridjres In all Dl- ! reetions Carried Oft", and Railroad Traffic Generally Suspended. . Special to the Record-Union. PiTTsr.nu;, Feb. IT.—At 11 o'clock this morning both rivers wire twenty-six feet and are rising at the rate oi seven inches an hour. All the morning families have "been moving . from their houses in the lower part of the Allegheny. Travel on the Pittsburg and Western Railroad in tills city has stopped, while many mills along the river have been forced to close. Reports from the headwaters show steady rains, with the rivers still rising and tho lower towns Hooded. Bridges are being carried away in every direction and the loss is great. The present unexpected flood bids fair to rival that of 18x1. The river has risen all day and is still going up to-night AHeghany City has B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 18 February 1891

2 DAILY KECOED-UIHON WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1891 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO FUBLpNG COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and X THE DATLYnRECORIMJNION~ (Six Pages), •Published six days in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Vases), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seven-day paper. For one year §0 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by farriers at Fiftef.n Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be hud of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION* is served by Carriers at Twenty-five c'knts per mouth. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Jn the cheapest aud most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific toast. The Weekly Union perymr §1 r>o The Sunday Union uona per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mall or Express to nmnts or single subscribe is, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the l'a elflc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 18 February 1891

PEACE REIGNED SUPREME. A "Harmony" Ticket is Nominated by the Republicans. Conklin for Trustee, Young for Audi tor, Buckley for Assessor and Putnam for Collector. The Angel of Peace hovered over the heads of the delegates to the Republican convention last night. "Harmony" was on every tongue. "Harmony" was in the very air they breathed. The delegates were not prompt in tak ing their seats, and it was not until half •n hour after the time announced for commencing business, that the Opera House began to take on that appearance which the fastidious theatrical manager Would fain cull "gratifying." A. J. Gardiner called the convention to order at 7:4.5 o'clock. "Gentlemen and delegates," he said, "in accordance with the usual custom and time-honored prac tice of the Republican party, we are as sembled this evening in open session, united with one common object in view, to select Republican candidates, to fill the vacancies which will soon occur in the various departments of our city gove...

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