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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. j wEQXE-tr-AV..... ...:... KAKCH M. I'm j PACIFIC SLOPE ECHOES. There is an abundance of water and grass in Tonto Basin, Arizona. The deep .now has melted and prospectors are beginning to come in from different directions. There is a great scarcity of good bntter in the Prescott market, .Arizona, .-aid prices have ruled to high that it has been found ' profitable to ship it from California by ex press. A young man named John Winters, JO years of age, and a native of Denmark, was accidentally drowned in a small lake in the tule lamia east of Point of Timbers . last week. The \Vatsonville Pajaronian says that Varnum Wcscott, of tint place, 13 forming a party to go to the Gallapagos Islands some time this year, {he object of the party be ing to cultivate sugar cane on the Islands, and fish iv the vicinity. Much complaint i 3 made by people liv ing on the line of tin* Northern Railway on account of the irregularity of mails. The mads for Cache%*ille and Blacks ar...

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. — 25 March 1880

SiKTU 10 ! sF.Rres-vo-t.iLix-Ko. un. DHL*. BECOKD SKJiIES -VOl. XYI-SO. *«». THE DAILY. RECORD-UNION: Entered the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THIS Sacramento Publishing Company. ) WM. H. Jlll.li, 6«Meral Manager, . l*B_lle-tlo- Ofl! ee. Third it., bet. J and K. . nn daixy KEc©BD-onto.«r IspobUahad tmrjitjot ">*> arookv. Bandar, excepted. for on* rear... • .......flO 0(1 For six month*. 5 00 rorthne months • _... 800 tag copies oue yew, to one address 80 00 Sabraftm served by Carriers all Twvtt-Fxyk Cham pet week. In all Interior cities and towns the Mper eta be had of aha principal Periodical De-Jon, newn_a_ and Agents. AdTfrtlnlns Bate. IB Dally Beeord-Tnlon. OoeSrinan, I time..... 41 00 Square, J time*. „,,. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. .....a S 00 Saab additional time. j to IWeek. I Weeks. lHoath Half Bqn-re. Ist par* 83 50 $3 SO $1 00 Hal/ Square, M page 3 BO 8 08 8 00 Half Square. Sd page 3 90 4 60 6 Ot Half Square. 4th pace 100 -8 09 4 00 O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 March 1880

THEDAILY RECORD-jj-j 10-N. i THta^AiC -HA-XU «. MM- NEWS OF THE MORNING. -Is New York yesterday Government bonds wrens quoted at 1061 for 4s of 1907 ; 103 for^ss" of j 1SS1; 1375 for th*; stCTling, «4 £Cv« 4; ; silver bain, 114*; silver *"' i discount buying, par selling. | Sun* in Lou* 011 yesterday, . 62Jd; . oensols, 17 15-10*. 5 Per cent. United States bonds, 105J ; is, I lOSi ; o*. "Ot- v.-v V:'-.'-- ■l: - }. i >;;^"L- :-';.l - ; ; ! is San Francisco bail dollar! arc quoted at par; Mexican doll SI bsying', 91 J selling. 5 . ;;." ■' j J At Liverpool yesterday wheat was qsoted at lis alls «d for fair to choice :' California and lis 4d to lis Sd for fair to choice shipping California. j | ' Mosorovv continues to rule in th* San Francisco stock market. Tho list is called three or four times d.ily. Tbe changes in -values yesterday rom Tues day were ail measured ry fractions of a dollar. _: Thk Republicans i have renominated James M. Byrnes for Joint Senator for San Francisco and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UN IOM. TUI'KSDAY.. ....■■■■ .'..:■;. HAIM'II 25, IS*. signal Corps Beport-Marih 'J.!. 1-S'. TUIK. | Kill THR UU_ «UD ; B_'> I .VSAIB. I*o2-.-..'.., .'29.04 ! 18 li 'S.E. 7 L... 'Clear I*-" 23.97 •49 71 \ S. 10 ....clear 6:Ki.« 23.07 v..; C 7 ' 8. 10 ".'... 'Clear ; . 2P. «...;.... '29. »7 i 62 41 S. 10 ....'Clear 8*02r.M.....29.93 jlO 72 | S. 8 |.. ..'Clear Max. ther., 03 ile-frees. Kin. ther., 45 iegrett. ' Weather Probabilities.'. -. WAanrsoTos, March 21tb.'— Midnight.— Indications for Pacific coast : Partly cloudy weather ; occasional rain, follower! by clearing weather, 7 , i , , . . , — . . ; _ ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater -Sothcrn'i engagement an nounced. r ... • v -- :r .?. •- Kniirhts Templar- Commandery No. 2 to-night."3 I. O. 0. 1., Schiller Fraternal visit to night. ; „f . . .. Card— From agents of the North German Insur ance Company. i . . K. of ll.— Unity Lodge No. 208*) to nipht. Correspondence— Concert to be repeated. { • * Thanks— ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 March 1880

THE DAILY.RECORD-UNION. I THITKSDAT.....— - -*• ••'• _______ *»• I*Bo. OMIFOENIA LEGISLATURE. i [cosTuniED FROM FIRST taob.] I > savings banks have been so accustomed to escaping taxation in the past that they do not want to be compelled to pay any now, and that is what is the matter. The commercial tanks . aro not complain ing about it, and I have yet to hear of any depositor co jiplainipg- When they do, it will be time enough ; to change the bilL The Constitution says we must tax all property wherever we find it, an.l these ' credits are property and must be taxed. The bank has the mortgage, and the mortage is the first interest in the land. It Is time w'stopped legislat ing In the interest of the-e Shyloeks, and legislate a while in the interest of tbe people. - • Mr. Bat'NEß— lt seems to me that this is oue of the many sins tbat are to be committed in the name of the Constitution. The Constitution may permit double taxation, butit rests with this Legislature to say whetner we...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1880

DAILY tttlOV SERIES -*/OI..XLIX-XO. »«. DAILY J-CCOUU S£J_l£g-YUL.XVI-KO. ZIIS. THE DAILY RECORD-UXIOy. Entered at the Post OQcc at Sacramento as second class nutter PUBLISHED BIT TUB Sacramento Publishing Company. VTX. E. MILLS, General Manas*-*-. PabileaUon Office, Third it., bet. J aad K. P^y THE BAIL'S nECOBD-rjfiojr '};.'. If publi— led every icy ct the week. Sundays excepted For one ire* • • $10 tn tottlt month- *•«••. 6Of Ccrthrw month! 3 00 San one year, to one address Ed OC Subscribers served br Carriers st Tw-ntt-Fiv*! Ckkts pet wMi. In — U Interior cities and towns the TAlxsr — — i be hac l uf the principal Periodic— l Dealers, Steves—— — ad AftxAs. Advertising Hates In Hal!; Record-Union. One Square. 1 -me (1 00 One Square, i timet. 1 7' One Bq-Jirtf, 3 times. , 1 r-'r Each addltica-l time. EC lWeek. I Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 60 (3 SO {I CO Half Square. Id pivge SCO 8 00 8 OC Half Squire, Sd page IN 4 60 6 0. Halt 8 (-a-re, 4th page 3 00 8 00 4 00 One Squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1880

THE DAILY -RECORD-UNION. F1i1CAT...... ........ ..:-MAEtn 20. 1889. The San Francisco office of the Daily Ekcorb-U.nios and Wan r.v Union is at -203 Montgomery street . NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York iii— Imlsji Government bonds were quoted at ICC J for 4s of 1907 J US tor to ct 1881; lOTJ for Oj3; sterling, ii iOsti 80 ; silver few?, 1141 ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. SH.VBR in London yesterday, 62*-d*, .consols, 87 15 10; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 10DJ ; is, 10S ; lis, 110. ' In Sun Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican doll US, 01 buying, 91J selling. AT Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 31 = Id.rJllaOJfor filr to choice California and 113 4d to lie 8d for fair to choice shipping California. THE business In the —In**: share market at San Francisco yesterday was quite small. Values under went no important change, variations being reck; oncd by cents and fractions thereof. There will be no sessions of tbo Stock Boards to-day, on account o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1880

THE DAILYRECORD-UJIIOB. FH 1 D AY. . . ......... .'..■-..'.•.31--.Cn S6VIBSO.' Signal Corps Keporl-Mnrrh 2.". I*Bo. .' — OU. I «A- THK HUH WIlrD HAN WBAtl.'. 4:02 X..... 23.01 42 iBS\S. E. 5 ...jFair 7 a.m. '-'■'•« 43 !6715. X 2 ! . . . . Clear 8:02 a. m '-'•• '"' 46 17 8.114 Clear Ip. v 23.97 ; 55 so Is. W. 5 .... Fair 8:0-2 r. M 30.03 48 70 | Calm \,O Clear Max. tner., 50 iepnei, Mm. tVver., 39 degrees. • tJVTISEMENT EtEKTIGS. Capital Coursing Club— Announcement. Dr. Trucsdcll's free lecture to-night. Now cl— 3} lor ladies — J. L. Skinner. Presbyterian social to-night. Body ol ('. v.v. Ccffin, mv.' reward lor. Auction Sale. Bell -Co., 10:30 to-dny, at 1010 Fourth street. Euainess Advertisements. Barb Fence Wire— C. Strobel, agent. Falling hair- Oriental Tonic. \Y.,, Cutt-vnberjrer— Iron and brass founder. C. II Krtbs & Co.— lmporters of paints, oils. glass, etc: ■- 'PpPiJ W. D. Comstock— Large stock cf furniture. John T. Carey- Heal C3tate and insurance agent. Local Intelligen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD -UN I ON. W ' FRIDAY MARCH 2«, 1?80. OALIPOEKIA LEGISLATURE. [CO.NTIS 'Ell FROM Fir.ST PAGE.] i i i ' i The previous question was called by Mr. Leach and sustained. ".' The rules were suspended, and the hill passed— ayes, fl ; noes, 23. - ;-..-. "Mr. UoC—an gave notice of reconsideration. EXCITING talk. Wi ile the Clerk was reading Section 8 of the Viticultural bill, Mr. Mui.iiou.and said (to the Clerk)— are you reirtiiij-? The Clerk- Section 8. Keep your place. Mr. Mi •Liiin.i.'.xa — 1 will if lean; If yon don't speak ti me civilly I will hurl a book at your bead. (Cries of " Take tne language down ! '| Mr. Edkks-I think the language of the Clerk Mr. (Insuvi Mi. Speaker, I understood him to ay lie would hurl a book at his head if be didn't speak louder. -, r-j-r. — Mr. Mount—-uro -That is not true. The Sraa-n (to Mr. Mulhol:an.|)-Mr. Gorley was trying to state to the Chair in a respectful manner what occurred, and you told him it was not true. " Mr. CKntr-T—Mr. Spe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 March 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. »_»-# 2_lS!L £■____*«• xux-it«. nn. »__XT KBOOBD SEKIES— TO*L. XVI-H*. iW7. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. -— tered «• the Post Office it Sacramento second dan nutter PUBLISHED BT THK Sacramento ; Publishing Company. WM. H. MJt-I*. -General B-UM_-r. * r ** *»»«*'»» OBJ cc, Third it, bet. J and la. THI DAILY REI ORD-rjno.f --pah-shad even at the -««-, 80-day. excepted.. tiix m00«__V.*.V.'.*.". V.V.V." "."*.7.".".V.V.1".* " «i J M for six month- 6 M three a— in— * ***" .qq Ten copies one rest, to one address ',"" go oo Subscriber! eemd br Carriers at Twurrr-Frvt Ciomi pet weak -tin til Interior cities end town, the paper can be had of the BrUtdptl Periodical Dealers. .- St owunan &ad .-cents. - .-».... --iTertUlBC Kate* in Dally Beeord-rnlo**. Our; Square, 1 lima _, nr. One Square, J time- *•, TS One Square, S time*. """ * Ig additional time. "...."...""""I'. 6G „_- .1^ 1 Week. 'l Week- 1 Mouth H_tt Bquare, ltt pace fj 50 {■ BO $5 00 HaU Square, M pace J6O ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD/UNION. "PROGRESS AND POVERTY." LETTER H*o*l IIINKY GEOKGE. A REPLY TO CRITICISM. -.■.'■ ■ ■ . f. :■■:■: Eds. Rkcord-Umojt : In < availing my self of your invitation ; to ; reply to * your review of my book*, I desire to disclaim ' anything like complaint ; but on the con trary, to express my appreciation of the fair and generous spirit of that review, which in this, no less than in its ability, contrasts strongly with the very common method of disposing of a book of this kind, by at tributing to . its author opinions be haa never expressed, or complacently declaring . that ■- he has forgotten what he has most sedulously kept in mind. But since yon have so generously offered the opportunity, permit me, with this disclaimer, to frankly point out what I conceive to be some mis apprehensions. If in doing so I shall seem to ' show any of that absence of diffi dence which you deem one of the remark able characteristics of my book, do not charge it to any want of respec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOB THE FARMER AND THE OSCHASDIBT. (nils Department is prepared for the S*crame>to Record-Union by its Agricultural Editor. - All matter relating to the agricultural interest wiii be f vrand und— r t— — head.) „ .-■.-■■■■ : ROLLING OS PACKING THE WHEAT v FIELDS. It is now quite evident that though we have promise of rain enough to insure good wheat crops, yet it is pretty certain that we will not have a succession of so heavy rains -as to pack the surface of our wheat fields to ' -any extent. The rains so far this season have been quite light, and the moisture has fallen with but little packing ; force. The frosts have raised up and lightened the surface of the soil so that the wheat fields seem almost .■ as porous and light as when the seeding and ■covering were completed. Without some ' packing or compression of the surfaces there is danger that evaporation will take place too rapidly when the warm drying weather...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. "tumtmA^P. . :i..i.. :.P.tiAjsx7u^, 18*». THE WEEKLY UNION. Regarding tbe great story, " Set in a Silver Sea," it is -onfeseed that it has been a long period since an equally thrilling, unique and entrancing serial has been presented to the public. J It is the greatest work of Mr. Farjeon'a life. , It is published in Amer ica only In the Weekly Union and the Record -1 Union." The Weekly Union is issued twice each week, and each part contains eight pages, thus giv ing sixteen pages of matter each week. The depart ments of the Weekly Union embrace agricultural, religious, scientific, political, artistic, mechanical, household, puzzles, news, correspondence, legisla tive reports, market reports, Eastern telegrams, foreign and home dispatches, State news items, min ing, sporting, outdoor amusements, and varied de partments relating to the progress and resources of the State and the advancement of the people. The Weekly Union is furnished at the remarkably low pri...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 March 1880

mjAILYjIECORD-UNIOK. -AT IiKDAT..:. .*..... ..V.-MAgCn -j?, ib-4*. *»-_»! Corps Report— March 26, i£Be. Tim. -.. [.„!■ .tun HUM wiad 'RA'M.wa-rin _.•_-... 80.22 40 ! 87 :B.E. 61~ Cloudy J*-, 1 *- — * - 28 * 2 jB7 8. E.B .... Cloudy »02 A. M 30 2 *- 43 75 ,S. E. 13!.... Cloudy *!*," 3034 M 46 j 8.12 I .... CKudy 8.08 f. -.....,80.38 47 j778. W. 10| . . . . Clear . Max. ther., 68 decrees. Miu. ther., 37 degree*. , Weather Probabilities. W-snn-sTOj*, March 2Cth.— lndications for Pacific coast : Southern California, clear or partly cloudy ; Northern California, Washington Territory and Oregon, partly cloudy with occasional rain. ■ — t — ■ — ■ — ADVERTISEMENT JMEKTIOJS. Capital coursing match to-morrow. Easter Monday entertainment— Monday night. Concert to'be repeated— Tuesday night. Pioneers— Regular meeting to-night. Masquerade ball—" Our Friend's Club." A. O. U. W. —Union Lodge tonight. 'Woman wanted to go into.a country family. - . Easiness Advertisement!!. Vegetine— H. C. Kirk k Co....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MANHATTANISMS. MAECH HAPPENINGS IN HEW TORE— AN ANNUAL NUISANCE. j An Archbishop's Debt Droll Reminis cences of Horace Greeley— The Eector of Trinity as a Butt. ■*. -\.——— . . New York, March ,17, 1880. New York breathes more freely to-day than it has for many a 17th of March ; it j knows that, for this occasion only, it is to ; be relieved of the yearly nuisance, the ] municipal infliction, the periodic tumul' , occasioned by the usual parade of scores of j Irish societies to commemorate St. Pat- j rick's Day. In consequence of the famine ' at home, the Milesian managers have de- i cided to intermit the grand procession which for the last forty or fifty years has j taken entire possession of the town, stop- ' ping trade and locomotion and turning the ■ public thoroughfares into a crush and con- j fusion of the most turbulent elements in the community. This is bad enough ; but in addition to surrendering the city to AN IRISH MOB, j We have invariably had any ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ' THE MISSOURI MASTODON. .;''.; Several years ago, a Dr. Koch placed on | exhibition the bones of a large animal he , found in Gasconade County, Missouri. He had arranged the bones with but little idea of v their proper relationship, turned the head upside down, and represented it as having canine teeth adapted to a carnivore, the tusks, in reality, — alleging that the animal fed himself with his fore feet. J. D. Dana, the geologist, and 0. C. Marsh, the | paleontologist, went into an examina tion of the relics, effectually scalping the Doctor, and, while crediting him with being an assiduous collector of bones, dubbed him an ass and a falsifier. j The Doctor claimed that he had found arrow heads with the bones, which would make it appear that man was contemporaneous with these mammals on this continent. However willing scientists might have been to accept any proofs of such a state ment, Dr. Koch's unsupported claim of the arrow-head rind was too much for th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 March 1880

TilK I;AILY RECORD-UNION. .•.iTIKWV iV..!;. KIRCH «7. 188*. TELEGRAPHIC. ■ » * -{JUST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. • i — ■ — wm. HATIONAL CAPITAL \ AFFAIRS. . , :. -' ._..,. -yr-'f, ",Th» Mining Debris Question In the House of Representatives. ■ PASSES*. COMI.M. "WEST BY BAIL. i Tho Outlook In Regard to the Next Pres idency. HORRIBLE CASE OF CHILD MURDER IN IOWA. Two Buildings Carried Away by a Cyclone ls Kansaa MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS. Abortive Attempt to Assassinate an Edi tor In Canada. Cte Elc E*c ........ ... DOMESTIC NEWS. . . . I The Presidential Question. WILL WITHDRAW. Boston, March 26th.— The Advertiser has the following dispatch, received in this city last evening from Washington: "Positive • information is received that Grant will with draw as a candidate before the Chicago Con vention." TEXAS DELEGATES. Austin (Texas), March 26th.— Of the 16 -delegates, 10 are for Grant. The colored delegates are the most bitter against Grant. Sherman was not mentione...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 29 March 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. BAIIT FSIOX SF.RIF.S-V«L.nn-!fO. 7«7T. DAILYBECOttD SfctUES -Till. ITI-NP. »479. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Eatered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second d» nutter • PUBLISHED BT TH* ;\, Sacramento' Publishing Company. Vrn. H. WIT.M,' Central M*mmstT. P»bli cation Offlet, Third it., bet. J and K. Vv .; .. THE DAILY KF-COBD-rMOJr 7, .%, J tsaObuahed enrydar of the week. Sundays oxeertad. for ooe rear $10 ix VotsU months. „nM n T ... T .... r. . 500 hllim month* 3 00 Tan ooplea on* r**r. to ou addna CO 00 Subscribers Mrrad bi Carrier! a* Twrjrrr-Fi vi O*jrrs pa* irsak. la all Interior cities and toni the Mper *— bo had of the principal Periodioal TTnalini. newsman and A«eu»J. rt Ll m Bates la Dally Keeord-17 »1 on . OoaSqaan. 1 lima ......:..... .....$1 00 OnaSquara. I time*... 1 75 Doe Square. I times. 1 so hob additional Una.. M -. .. ,- ■ lWsefc. SWaeks, IMoath Ball ftjnara. I* paaa *3 60 fg 60 ft OC Half Square. M paga IN 100 :: IOC Half Square, 3d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 29 March 1880

THE DAILYjIECORD-IjjION. r>a.v.; .;V:.. :..:.- :.C:KA r jibn 49. V 1»W». NEWS OF THE MORNING. -, Ik New York Satun'^y Government binds were ' quoted at 1061 for J M o| 1907 ; IC3 foe S3 of 1881; 107S tor «5«; •♦^rßß?,- 84 «s@l 89; silver ban, 114J ; silver cr->a, j discount baying, par selling. Silts i^ London Saturday,"; o2id; consols. {8 1 16;. 5 per cent. United State* 'bonds, 106; ; to, ; iosv«i»,ii9.. , , : .. ■'■'' '^.;.\:.' : : : ■"■ i ' is San Frandaoo ball dollars are quoted at par; Mexican doll ire, A boyiHr, W* selling.' ' '-! • . AT Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at 113 Id lls C.l for fAt to cheks California and Its id to 11« SI foi fair to choice dipping California. .}"' After Friday's recess the broke assembled »t San FraijcUco Satnrd*} is prttty much the same indif ferent manner as on ofker days during th« week. ' The long lift was called, with an average -dtcline of from 5o to 50« in^Dea*y all Washoe descriptions. . .The best price for Eureka Consolidated ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 29 March 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. EO.vniT Milan 29, ißio. ttsnal Corp* Report- March ■.'«. 1880. ' XIMI. I OAR TUR HUM' WIKD RA'K WEATB. 1:02 A.M..::. 30.05 47 77 ' S.W. 4 1 . . . . Cloudy TA.M 30.09 47 81 'S. 4 ....Cloudy i:O2 A. v M. 10 i 43 ,78 S. 4 > ....Cloudy if. M. .30.06 i 56 43 8. "W. 13 .... Ftir » 8:02 r. m 30.08 j46 69 jS.W. 6 .'■ ■ ■ Clear ' Mix. ther., 57 degree*. : 3*in.;ther., 45 degrees. " '--•' M.-nilicr Probabilities * * ! WASirmoTOS, March Jiitn.— Midnight.— Indications for Pacific coast : Partly cloudy weather, excrpt in the southern portion, with occasional light rain. • • > B ADV2IiTIBKiEI£J!IT m&StIQU."&' S ft >letropo'.itin Theater— tonight. . Concert-^ M.E. Churc'j South to-night. .'; |*« | ' Wanted— American woman winta a piace. Ie: Rooms to l«t— By Mrs. Wilson. ; . Sacramento Stamtn, U. O. R. M. . \ , ; % uIJU O. O. \V.-S»cramento' Lodge social Tuesday. ; »; K. of II —California Lodge to-night. •-. , Dr. Truesdell— Lecture to-night. '.. ■ i\'- „, ,...

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