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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 18 February 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMEXTO MARKET. Sacramento, February 17th. FRUlT—Lemons—.Sicily, $ti 50<a,7 *>. box; California, SiM4 50; Limes, BJ7<g 3 9 box, 75c 61 "r 1 lot); Bananas, $-.2 50<o 3 50 ~? bunch for Island; Cocoanuts, S7toS; California Oranges— Lfl* Angeles, S2®2 25H box: Riverside, S.JiTj, a aO'phox; do, Navels, S4 25«i4 50 V box; Mandarins, «si -J5 '0 box; Pineapples, COc each. «7 y dozen- Apples-Spitzenburg. §ti tio (»~ 75 p box; Rho<!e Island Greenings,9ls 1 50>< l>ox; lnixed varieties, §ltal Ub »*. box; Tears, 81 \t y box. CANNED (lO(iDS—Assorted table, §2Q 2 10; Apples, $1 O<J; Apricots, §1 i>o; Black berries, si <jr,; Cherries, $:> 4<%2 110; Cur rants, su 25; Gooseberries, >si ><j»< l BO; Muscat Grapes, )j;i 55(al 00; Plums, SI i>o; Quinces, SI 'Jo; Baspberries, §2 70; Straw ben its. .*:> 70. HKEADSTL'KFS—?'iour, S4 25 %> bW; Oat meal, 10-ft sjtck, 4c per lt>, .*:{ 80 V 100-lfc sack; Cornincal, white, ts^l V' 10-...

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. — 18 February 1891

LEGISLATURE —29TH SESSION. The Senate Votes that Train-WFeck ing Shall be a Capital Offense. Defeat ot Mr. Dray's Anti-Poll Tax BlU— Tho Assembly at "Work on the Appropriation Bill. SBHAXB. Sacramento, Tuesday, Fob. 17,1891. The Senate met at 10 o'clock a. m., Lieutenant-Governor Rex Hick in the chair. Roll called, and quorum present. Prayer by the Chaplain. Reading of the journal dispensed with. On motion of Mr. Dray, the eloctric railway bills, three in number, were made tho special order for Wednesday morning. Mr. Ostrom presented petitions in favor of a reform ballot law. Reports wore received from tho Com mittee on Education and City and County Governments, of bills relating respect ively to tho increase of indelitedncss by cities, counties and Boards of Education, and for the levy and collection of taxes by cities under the fourth class, recom mending their passage. Mr. G. H. Williams, from the Commit tee on Federal Relations, reported back S. J. R. 14, requiting Congress to p...

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. — 18 February 1891

6 WILL THEY AGREE? The Jury in the Frediani Case Locked Up All Night. Judge Catlln Departs From the Old Hut in Cnarjrfnj* tho Jury—Close of the Arpninients. Grove L. Johnson resumed his argu ment for the defense in the Frediani mur der case yesterday morning, and finished it at noon. He made an unusually elo quent plea, for the acquittal of his aged client. District Attorney Ryan made the clos ing argument for the people in tho after-' noon. He warned the jury to throw aside all sentiment and sympathy and do as the law demanded—decide the case Upon the evidence given. CHARGE TO THE JURY. Mr. Ryan concluded his argument at 4 p. m., and Judge Catlin proceeded at once to deliver his charge to the jury. The Judge's remarks were somewhat novel, inasmuch as he departed from all the usual formalities and impressiveness re sorted to in such cases, and simply gave the jury a plain statement, in plaiu lan guage, of what their duties were. "The defendant, Eduardo Frediana, is charged with the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--XO. 155. NATIONAL CAPITAL. Hearings Before the Silver Com mittee to Close on Friday. THE SENATE PASSES THE COPY RIGHT BILL. rho Revenue Department Investigat ing tho Alleged Mistake Made In the Tables vlatlng to tho Per Cent, of Alcohol to bo Used In the Fortification of Sweet Wines. Special to the Record-Union. Washington, Feb. 18.—Francis New lands to-day resumed his statement be lore the House Coinage Committee in ad vocacy of the free coinage of silver. New lands and Representative Walker eora batted each other on the assertion of the former that prices of products always rose and fell with the advance and decline in the price of silver. Bartine and others wanted to know how long the examina tion • would be kept up and another wrangle ensued. Williams of Illinois moved the hear ings close with to-day's session. Tracy of New York, as a substitute, moved the hearings cease at 12 o'clock Friday, and he adopted the suggestions of the other members that a vote should be...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 February 1891

2 DAILY EECOBB-UKIOK THURSDAY FEBRTJAHY 10, 1891 Weatlier Forecast. Forecast till 81. jr. Thursday—For North ern California—Fair weather, except followed by rain in the extreme northwest portion, shifting to south and west; nearly stationary temperature. AX IMPORTANT ISSUE CLEARLY DKFINED. Under the head of "Incidental Protec tion," the Chronicle of the 10th inst. says: "The only kind of protection which the average free-trader recognizes as protec tion is the kind that levies .'import duties for tho benefit of home industries." This is the kind of protection that we are in favor of. We are in favor of that degree of protection which modi lies the effect of the industrial and iinaneLil conditions of the older countries of the world upon our own. This modilieation must be reason able in order to be just to unprotected in dustries in our country. We therefore recognize as protection tho kind that levies import duties for the benefit of home industries, and when such home industries ha...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 February 1891

AMELIE GEHRING ACQUITTED. The Jury Finally Agrees After Five Hours' Deliberation. The Question of Intent Was Raised, and the Maid Given the Benefit I of the Doubt. Standing room was at a premium in Department Two of the Superior Court I yesterday. It was the fifth and last day of the trial Of Amelie Gehring, Mrs. Gillig's maid, for larceny. As soon as the court con vened Clinton White, one of Miss Geh ring's attorneys, began his closing argu ment for the defense. Mr. White con nimcd the entire forenoon session. At ,imes he grew eloquent, and then, in ,-urn, abusive to the Gilligs and Crockers. First he drew a picture of the sad father, mother, brothers and sisters in far-off Germany, who wept and prayed for the safety of their loved one thousands of miles from home, among strangers and j foreigners, During this portion of Mr. White's ar gument Miss Gehring wept quietly. The attorney characterized the prosecu tion as a "base conspiracy to send an innocent and good girlto the penitent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 February 1891

4 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. [Filed February 0,1891.] Original proceeding—habeas corpus. For petitioner, M. Dooney. For respondent, Henry 1. Kowalsky. IN BANK. Ex Parte Clap.kl on \ No. 20,190. Habeas Corpus. J Petitioner is the mother of Charles Henry Clark, a minor, and the respond ents, who are husband and wife, claim that he has become their child by adoption. This claim is based upon an order made November 10, I>\SB, by Hon. John F. Finn, one of the Judges of the Superior Court of the City and County of San Francisco. Attached to the order is a written consent signed by James P. Clark and Annie E. Clark, the parents of the child, consenting that "said Charles Henry Clark may be adopted by Jacob Reulein. Following this is a written agreement and consent signed by David Reulein and Mrs. Katie Reulein, in which the latter consents that David Reu lein might adopt the child, and in which David Reulein agrees to adopt the child and treat him thereafter in all respects as his own law...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 February 1891

LEGISLATURE —29TH SESSION. All Attempts to Throttle the World's Fair Bill Defeated. Senators for Once Do a Little Talking— Boycott Conspiracy Bill—"Work in the Assembly. SENATE. Sacramento, 1 Wednesday, February 18,1S01. j The Senate met at 11 o'clock a. m., Ijieutcnant-Governor Keddick in tho chair. Roll called and quorum present. Prayer by the Chaplain. Reading of the journal dispensed with. The special order was the electric rail way bills, which were read the first time, and, on motion of Mr. Dargie, made the special order for the same hour on Thurs day morning. SPECIAL FILE. A. B. 138, relating to the levy and col lection of taxes by municipal coapora tionss. "Read the first time. S. C. A. '■}, proposing an amendment to th<.-"#m>; it in idii relating to the freedom of speech and of the press. Mr. Goucher said the object of the bill was to incorporate into the Constitution the same provision as was contained in the Barry contempt bill, already passed, so there could be no ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 February 1891

6 FARM AND ORCHARD. The Supervision and Care of Set ting Hens. Sugar Beets as Stock Food—Larpre Pro portion of Mineral Matter and Pro tein—Oreliard and Farni Xotes. "Yes, stranger," said the old lady, toss ing a cube of lump sugar into her mouth, "there are more ways than one to set a hen. I have set 'em in tho usual hit-or miss way, and I have allowed 'em to lay a nestfull of eggs and set on the go-as you-please plan, and I have set 'em care fully and properly, and in the long run the last-mentioned plan has proved to be seventy-five per cent, more successful than any other. You want to know just how I go about it? Well, In the first place, my nests are all lined with straw that is cut about six inches long and then kept under the horses until it is beaten Hat and soft. No finer nest lining can be found in the world. I don't jam the nests full of it, but put in just enough to make a nice, round, smooth nest. "I gather the eggs myself every morn ing, and when I find a hen on a nest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--2STO. 156. GENERAL SHERMAN. Imposing Funeral of the Dead Soldier in New York. HIS SON. REV. FATHER SHERMAN, CONDUCTS THE SERVICES. All Business In New York Suspended and tho City Draped In Mourning -Arraneements for the Final Cere monies in St. Louis—General Sher man's Religious Belief. Special to the Record-Union. New York, Feb. 19.—New York to day is paying every possible tribute of respect to the memory of General Sher man. The dawn of his funeral day opened bright and clear. The courts re mained closed. The exchanges were closed at noon and general business brought almost to a standstill, and all who could do so ceased their daily occu pations to honor tho dead soldier. At an early hour the people began to assemble in the street opposite the resi dence of General Sherman, and from al most every house along the street the American flag floated at half-mast. There were few visitors in the early hours of the morning. Only the most in timate friends and a few old soldi...

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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. — 20 February 1891

2 DAILYRECORD UNION FRIDAT FEBRUARY 20, 1801 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and X The. Record-Union, Sunday Union and Weekly Union are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated Press dis patches from all parts of the world. Out tide of San Francisco, they have no com petitors cither in influence or home and general circulation throughout the State. Weatlier Forecast. Forecast till 8 r. K. Friday—For Northern Cilifornia: Light ruins, except fair wcuther at Keeler and Fresno, and followed by fair weather at San Francisco and Sacramento. ENGINEERS' REPORT UPON THE XAVIGAI*I..E RIVERS. In another column this morning will be found the full official report of the Board of United States Engineers to consider the Sacramento and Feather ! Rivers, with a view to their future im provement. The report differs so materi ally from the brief synopsis first tele graphed, that the- latter should be cast wholl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 February 1891

HALF A YEAR. Sentence Imposed by Judge Cravens on George Green. The Court Thinks He Ought to Keep "Jack" Harris Company In the County Jail. "I fail to disclose any good reason why the verdict of the jury should be dis turbed;" said Judge Cravens yesterday in the Police Court, when the case of George Green, charged with battery, was called. Green was in court with his attorney, Hiram W. Johnson, awaiting the decis ion of the Judge on the question as to ■whether or not a new trial should be granted. Judge Cravens reviewed the entire tes timony in the case, commencing with the assault committed by Jack Harris on young Coffey, the mail carrier for the Assembly, in the Capitol grounds. "It seems to me very clear," said the Court, "from all the testimony, that Green was present from the commence- ment of the affair to the finish, and if he had desired in good faith to preserve the peace and prevent the beating, he would have accepted the proffered assistance of the other mail carrier, Mr....

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 February 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Sacramexto, February 19th. FRUlT—Lemons—Sicily, §6 00w.7 9 box; I California, Sate 4 50; Limes, S7@S j* box, 75c (a 1 f 10<>: Bananas, S2 50i<j3 50 V bunch for Island; Cocoanut*, §7&8; California Oranges— Los Angeles, S>2(2-2 25 %>. box; Hivcrside, $:},S> 3 50 ?* box; do. Navels, 84 25<gi4 50 V box; Mandarins, §1 25 t* box; Pineapples, 60c each, 87 ?. dozen; Apples—Spitzenburs, 82 25 <&,2 75 V box; Rhode Island Greenings, 81'?) 1 50^ box; mixed varieties, 81 <&1 25 w box; Pears, §1 25@2 ?t box. CANNED GOODS—Assorted table, 82(a! 2 10; Apples, §1 «0; Apricots. 81 WO; Black berries, $1 95; Cherries, 82 40i2 <>0; Cur rants, §2 25; Gooseberries, 81 SO<g-l <J0; Muscat Grapes, 81 sfxsl «0; Plums, 81 60; Quinces, 81 «o; Kaspbc-rries, S2 70; Straw berries. S2 70. BREADSTUFF'S—FIour, 84 25 ? bbl; Oat meal, 10-th sack, ie per tt>, 83 &0 '# 100-ft) sack;Cornniciil, white, s>2 25 gl 10-lb sucks; I yell...

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. — 20 February 1891

LEGISLATURE-29TH SESSION. The Telegraph-Common-Carrier Bit! Passed by the Senate, Sharp Debate Over It, and Xotice Given of a Reconsideration—What Was Done in the Assembly. SENATE. Sacramento, Thursday, Feb. 19,1891. The Senate met at 11 o'clock a. m., Lieutenant-Governor Reddick in the chair. Roll called, and quorum present. Prayer by the Chaplain. Reading of the journal dispensed with. Mr. Dray moved that the rule be sus pended and A. B. 209, permitting the citi zens of Sacramento to vote on the propo sition to pay for past services of ten po lieeinen, be considered a case of urgency, read three times and placed on its passage. He explained that the object was to avoid the holding of a special election, as a regu lar city election would bo held in a few days. Mr. DeLong moved to include S. B. Cl 7, relating to the funded debt of the State. Carried, and A. B. 209 was passed, and the other amended and ordered to en grossment. [Mr. Goueher in the chair.] MORE CASES OF URGENCY. Mr. Os...

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. — 20 February 1891

6 RIVER IMPROVEMENT. Full Text of the Official Report of the Government Engineers. The Sacramento Can and Should be Improved—The Permanent Appro priations Recommended. The report of the Army Board ap pointed to make a preliminary examina tion of the Sacramento and Feather Riv ers cannot fail to attract widespread at tention, not only in the great Sacramento Valley, but throughout the entire State of California. Tho report was, presented to Congress yesterday. The Record- Union's special correspondent at Wash ington, C. C. Carlton, wisely considering it of sufficient importance to warrant its publication in full as it came from the Public Printer, has telegraphed the re port. It is as follows: War Dkpartment, ) Washington (D. C), Feb. 10,1891. J Sir: I have the honor to transmit here with, in compliance with the provisions of Section 17 of the River and Harbor Act, approved September 19,1890, a letter from the Chief of Engineers, dated the 10th instant, submitting the report of the B...

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. — 21 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--KO. 157. RESULT OF CARELESSNESS. Horrible Accident in a Tunnel in New York. TWO TRAINS COLLIDE. WITH FATAL RESULTS. Six People- Lose Their Lives and Sev eral Painfully Injured—Awfnl Sight Which Presented Itself to the Res cuing Party—Dead and IJoasted Bodies Touud iv all Conceivable At titudes. Special to the Rkcord-Union. . New Yoek, Feb. 20.—A horrible ac cident occurred early this morning in the middle railway tunnel through Fourth Avenue, near Eighty-fifth street, resulting in tho death of six people, and the painful injury of several more. The Boston express, which had been emptied of its passengers, was moving Rlowly through the tunnel toward tho Bhops, where it was to be cleaned. There was a dozen or more car cleaners on board. The fog was dense. The New Haven accommodation train,, Which left the Grand Central station soon' alter, came up at a high rate of speed and crashed into tho rear of the other train, completely demolishing the last two ears. The cars took...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 February 1891

VOLUME LXXX.-NO. 157. RESULT OF CARELESSNESS. Horrible Accident iv a Tunnel in New York. TWO TRAINS COLLIDE, WITH FATAL RESULTS. Six People Ixjse Tlieir Lives and Sev eral Painfully Injured—Awful Sight Which Presented Itself to the Res cuing Parry—Dead and Koasted Bodies Found In all Conceivable At titudes. Special to the Record-Union. New Yokk, Feb. 20.—A horrible ac cident occurred early this morning in the middle railway tunnel through Fourth Avenue, near Eighty-fifth street, resulting in the death of six people, and tho painful injury of several more. The Boston express, which had been emptied of its passengers, was moving slowly through the tunnel toward the shops, where it was to bo cleaned. There was a doxen or more car cleaners on board. The fog was dense. The New Haven accommodation train, which left the Grand Central station soon" after, came up at a high rate of speed and crashed into tho rear of the other train, completely demolishing the last two ears. The cars took fir...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 February 1891

2 DAILYRECOgP : UNIOg S^TTTOAg^^IgBKUARYai, 1891 INSIDIOUS ASSAULTS UPON THE STATE TEXT-BOOKS—SOME FALSE SHOWINGS EXPOSED. We pointed out recently that ex-Super intendent of Public Instruction Ira G. Hoitt was actively and singularly en jjaged in placing obstacles in the way of the carrying on of the State scliool-book system. Since his failure to secure the j office a second term he appears to have made it a task to cultivate doubts and fears concerning the system. In a col umn communication to an evening jour nal he protests that he is not opposed to the State publication, "but only to the extravagant manner, for two years at least, in which such publication has been conducted." If for two years past there has been woeful extravagance in the publication of the State School-books, the Superin tendent of Public Instruction should have repeatedly lifted his voice in warn ing. It was his duty to have so advised the State Board of Education and the public, that it might have united wit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 February 1891

WASHI NGTON'S BIRTHDAY. Honors to the F&fher of His Country From the School Children. Excellent Programmes — From lUgn School to Kindergarten—Pa- triotlsm Galore. The anniversary of the birth of Wash ington was observed in nearly all the public schools yesterday by the prepara tion and rendition of excellent literary and musical programmes. . . At the Capitol Grammar School the ex ercises commenced at 1 o'clock, in the presence of a large number of visitors. The programme was as follows: Song, "Columbia is Free," school; dec . tarnation, "Andre's Request to Washing ton." Joe Landau; declamation, "The Clock," Wallie Piorson; piano solo, "Mountain Sprite," Eda -Neubourg; recitation, "When this Old Flag was New," Maud Beaton, Edith Renwick. Frances Kreuzherger and Ethel Xl- Avorthy; song, "Our Battle Flag," third grade pupils; declamation, "Washing ton's Birthday," Andrew Burke; piano bolo, "Tendresse," Alice Stephenson; sketch, "The Lifo of Washington," Geo. King, Alfred Joy, Will...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 February 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Saceamkxto, February 20th. FlU.lT—Lemons—Sicily, $6 50^7 •& box- California, saa t 50; Limes, tfQ, 8* box, 75c &11* 100; Bananas, ?'i 50r.<.3 50 « bunch for Island; Oocoanuts,§7@S; California Or.vuges— Los Angeles, $:1«l 2 25%* box; Kiverside,"s3<vi> 3 SOfibox; do, Navels, $4 25f«-4 50 y box; Mandarins, $1 25 %>. box; Pineapples, 60c each. $7 lj* dozen; Apples— Spltzenburg, $i> 25 @2 75 box; Hhode Island Greenings, slm. 1 50^>, box; mixed varieties, 8I&1 25 W box; Pears, SI 25<& 2 ■ box. CANNED GOODS—Assorted table, §2ffi 2 10; Apples. 81 60; Apricots. §1 90; Black berries, $1 95; Cherries, S2 40m,2 60; Cur rants, $2 25; Gooseberries, 81 HOlrl 90; Muscat Grapes, $1 55(n.l 60; Plums, SI 60; Quinces, SI 95; Raspberries, §2 70; Straw berries, S2 70. BKKADSTUFFS-Flour, S4 25 V bbl; Oat meoL 10-lb sack, 4c per tt>, $3 80 * 100-ib Back; Cornmeal, whito, $2 25 "£ 10-tti sacks; yellow, 83 10 >t 25-lb sacks; Cracked ...

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