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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 11 March 1891

6 BEHRING SEA. Probability of an Early Settlement of the Vexed Question. TEE NEGOTIATIONS TAKE A FAVOR ABLE TURN. Secretary Blame Makes Public a Lengthy Communication on th© Subject Addressed to tlie British Minister at Washington from Jx>rd Salisbury. Bprelal to the Recohd-Ukiov. Washington, March 10. —The Behring Sen negotiations have taken a favorable turn, and the Governments of the United States and Great Britain appear to have ' at last reached a basis upon which to j settle their difficulties. A communication from Lord Salisbury j to Sir Julian Pauneefote, the British | Minister here, under date of February j 11th, was made public by Secretary Blame to-night. In it Lord Salisbury says the dispatch of Mr. Blame under date of the 17th of December last has been | carefully considered. "It is now clear," he adds, "that the ' advisers of the President do not claim i Behring Sea as a hiorc cUnuem, and, in- j deed, that they repudiate that contention ! in express terms. Nor do th...

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. — 12 March 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.--XO. IG. THE DEADLOCK BROKEN. John M. Palmer is Elected United States Senator from Illinois. TWO P. M. B. A. MEMBERS CAST THEIR VOTES FOR HIM. fhc Anstmlian Ballot Bill Moots With , Defeat In the Maine llouso of Rep- j resentatives — Acrccmcnt Reached ! for Testing the Legality of Bulkley's I Claim to the Governorship of Con- ! nectlcnt. Fppcinl to the Rfcord-Union 1. Springfield (111.), March 11.—General Palmer was elected United States Senator to-day on the lirst ballot to succeed Clias. O. Farwcll. A verification of the roll-call showed every Republican voted for Lindlcy and every Democrat for Palmer; Moore and Cockrell for Palmer, and Taubeneck for Streeter. "On this, the 151 th ballot," said Speaker Crafts, "the whole number of votes cast was 204—necessary to a choice 103 —of Which John M. Palmer has received 106 votes, A. J. Streeter 1 vote, and Cicero J. Lindley 100 votes, and I hereby declare John M. Palmer duly elected United States Senator." [Deafening applau...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 March 1891

2 gAIL^RECORg^NION THVUSDA.Y MABCH 12, 1801 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Offloo, Third Street. Between J and IC. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Pages), Published six duys in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morninj:, making a splendid sevex-day paper. For one year $G 00 For six mouths 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscritwrs nerved by Carriers nt Fikteen- Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns Hie jjapt r can be had of the- principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen aud Agents. Thosi'.NDAY UNION is served by Curriers at TVe.ni-i-i jvk Cents per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pases), Is the cheapest und must desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly UWIOH per year $1 r>o The Sunday Union alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent cither by Mall or Express to agents or single subscribers, ■with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are Hilt-lit*. The Best Advertising Mediums on th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 March 1891

DOLAN HELD TO ANSWER. The Abductor of Kittie Sheridan Must Face a Jury. Damaclna Testimony Taken at tlio Po lice Court—Dolan Will Try Jlabcas Corpus. The examination of Frank Dolan on a charge of seduction, preferred by the parents of Kittie.Sheridan, was held in the Police Court yesterday morning. Carroll Cook of San Francisco represented the defendant and City Attorney Hart con ducted the prosecution. Assistant Dis trict Attorney Buckley was also present. William Sheridan and his wife —an aged and fec-bie lady—were sworn as wit nesses to testify to the fact of Kitties dis appearance on the night of November ZUI. They informed the police immedi ately, but could learn nothing of their daughter until officer Anthony of San Francisco found her in a house- of ill fame on Morton street. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan swore that Kittio was never allowed on the streets after 8 o'clock at night unless she was in their company. Frank Cole testified that he saw Dolan and the Sheridan girl about ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 March 1891

4 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. [Filed March 5, 1891.] IN BANK. The People, Respondent, ) vs. \ No. 20,750. Wm. Travf.ks, Appellant. J The appellant was convicted of murder j mid appeals from the judgment, on the judgijiciiL-ioii and a snort bill of sxeep- [ now which shows certain proceedings had on a motion to set aside the indict ment. 1. Appellant, upon his arraignment, moved to set aside the indictmont upon the ground that he had not been held to answer when tiie Grand Jury which in- [ dieted him was in session, and that the Grand Jurors were prejudiced against i him. and had unqualified opinions that he was guilty. He introduced on the mo tion an affidavit made by the County Clerk and one made by himself, which j Showed that he had not been held to answer when he was indicted, and luul no opportunity to challenge the Grand Jury. No other evidence was intro duced. The bill of exceptions states that "defendant then offered to leave the Challenge to the said Grand Jurors who Indicted ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 March 1891

LEGISLATURE---29TH SESSION. Governor Markham Approves the Glenn County Measure. Tho Assembly Passes tho Stevenson llo liof Bill Over His Veto— Another Ballot for U. S. Senator. SENATE. Sacramento, March 11,1591. The Senate met at 11 o'clock a. M., Lieutenant-Governor Reddickin tbe chair. Roll called, and quorum present. Pruyer by the Chaplain. Reading of the journal dispensed with. On motion of Mr. Heacock, the rules were suspensed with and .S. B. 3<j4, to pay tho claim of the Spirit of the Times for $300 for publishing the election procla mation, was taken up and passed. The rules were suspended, also, on motion of Mr. Britt, and S. B. 552, regu lating paid fire departments in cities, was considered. Mr. Dray opposed the bill on the ground that it provided for full salaries for firemen, whereas in Sacramento it was found necessary to employ extra men at partial salaries. The bill was passed, but Mr. Everett gave notice of a motion to reconsider. [Mr. Fraser in the chair.] BALLOT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 12 March 1891

6 AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. Plans Approved for Fortifying San Francisco Harbor. CIRCULAR LETTER ISSUED CONCERN- ING THE NEW LAND LAW. Belief Exprossod that Secretary Blnlne "Will Submit tho lichrJnpf Sea Ques tion to Arbitration—President Har rison Will Probably Make tho Ap pointment for the Vacant Collector ship of Internal Kevenuo on Sat urday. «?r*cial to the Record-Union. Washington, March 11.—The detailed plans for the employment of a ten-iii.h rilled gun on a disappearing carriage on the bluff above Fort Point, San Francisco harbor, have been approved by General Casey, Chief of Engineers, and directions have been fjiven to the engineer in charge at San Francisco to have detailed plans for other contemplated coast defenses in the harbor prepared at once. These will iadude the emplacements for an eight inch gun on a disappearing carriage on Alcatraz Inland and eight twelve-inch rilled mortars on the bluff west of San Francisco. The preparation of these plans will occupy two or th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 13 March 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.--NO. 17. WORLD'S FAIR. The National Commission Left in 1 a Crippled Condition. THREE OP THE MEMBERS AT PRES ENT VERY ILL. Meeting Held In St. Ixmis for tho Pur pose or Raisins Funds to Aid I>estl tuto Farmers In tlie Arid Ueirions of South Dakota, Xebraska and ! Kansas—Mncli SulTcrlug and Priva tion Reported. Fiv^'il to the Rf.oord-Uniox. Chicago, March 12.—Yiec-Ch:nrmrm McKenzio, of the World's Fair National Commission, lias been compelled to re turn to his Kentucky home, his physi cian fearing sliould he remain in Chi cago his attack of la grippe will prove fatal. Colonel McKonzie's illness, combined with other misfortunes, leaves the National Commission in a crippled con dition. President Palmer is now on his Way to Kloii.'a for his health, and Di rector-* Jcneral Davis is sick at home. The members of ti«e Board of Control of the National Commission, who have been considering the financial questions, haye readied a conclusion that the appro priation will not perm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 13 March 1891

2 DATLY REOOUn-UNTON raHPAT MARCH 18, IHOI ISSI.KD HY THK SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY on\c<>. Third street. Bet m sou J und K. THB DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six l'attes;, l'ubllNhod si \ (ln.vs In each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, iKtullt I'nuesi, I'uiiiisiied every Banday Du>mlng, making a ■piSnlflfl SKVKN-DAY IMI|HT. For one year $<; 00 i'oisix inorit lim a 00 Kor tines liiontiiM l no Siilmcrllicrx BSIfSd l»y (an Urs at I'll ii I • CKsrn per week. In iiii Interior dtlon ami | town* tin- ii!i|B r din be bad of tbeprtnoli^U lcrioilicul Dealer*. Newsmen mul Agcuu. The SUNDAY UNION Isserwd byCarrlen itt Tv k.nty-kivi: cents \<cr month. THK WBEELV UNION, iTvvi'lM' l"a({e- , In tint iiion|«--t ami most, ilrslmble Home, New* und Literary Journal published on the I'nelflc ( oast. thsWSSOUti I'M!on per year fll l>o 'ihcHiNHAY Union iiionc per year 1 00 aii thoHo pabUoattoas bm sont ettber by Miv i or Kkpreaa to agents or ilncle subscribers, with ohsTgu prepaid. All Postmuteri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 13 March 1891

LA GRIPPE. It Has Become an Epidemic Through out the State. low Pneumonia and Scarlet Tevcr are Contracted—Tl:e Spread of Diphtheria. Influenza or la grippe has, since the | last report, developed into n widespread j epidemic, equaling, if not exceeding, that j ■which prevailed during the winter of j 1889-90. That it spreads by atmospheric > influence may be inferred from its rapid ] diffusion from place to place without any known intermediate intervention of con tagion by'external media. The present epidemic, according to the State Board of Health's report, may be characterized by its sudden onset. The j intensity of its initiatory symptoms, the | premonitory chill, the fever, headache, j backache, pains in the bones and muscles [ •hat more nearly resemble Dcagnc. <.r backbone fever, than any other disease we I can remember. Another feature peculiar j to the present epidemic is the frequency I with which cases occur in which the cough j is almost entirely absent, and others i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 13 March 1891

4 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. [Filed March 3, 1801.] DEPARTMENT ONE. WoODROOF ET At.., ] Appellants, | _. vs. ;. No. 13,939. Howes et al., Kcspondents. | This was a suit in equity by three stockholders of the Semi-Tropic Laud and Water Company, for relief against certain transactions of the company with the defendants F. V. Howes. George H. Bonebrake and Samuel Merrill. The triui court gave final judgment for tho defendants upon demurrer to the com plaint, and the plaintiffs appeal. The complaint consists of seventy-live printed \ pages, and is exceedingly prolix and in volved. It contains three causes of ac tion separately stated. The demurrer was to the whole complaint and to each sepa rate cause of action. 1. The substance of the material facts alleged in the first divisioii of the com plaint is as follows : At the period in question two of the Blaintitfs and the defendants Howes, ;onebrake and Merrill were stockholders af the corporation. The third plaintiff acquired his stock some...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 13 March 1891

LEGISLATURE—--29TH SESSION. No Material Change as Yet in the Vote for Senator. The Rocklin Quarry Scheme Meets "With a Setback In the Senate —A Xnmber of Measures Passed. SENATE. Sacramento, March 12,1891. The Senate mot at 10 o'clock a. jr., Liontenant-Governor Roddick in the chair. Roll called and quorum present. Player by the Chaplain. Reading of the journal dispensed with. Mr. Maher was given permission to in troduce a constitutional amendment pro viding that public libraries, museums and art galleries be exempted from taxa tion. Mr. Ostrom moved to amend by in cluding churches valued at £0,000 or less. After some discus3ion Mr. Ostrom's amendment was lost, and the original amendment was adopted. Mr. Campbell of Solano called up his motion to reconsider the vote by which 6. B. 552 (regulating paid fire depart ments) was passed on the proceeding day. Mr. Dray favored the reconsideration, claiming that su<-li cities as Los Angeles, Sacramento and Stockton could not af ford to e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 13 March 1891

6 HUNTING STORIES. Four That Are Xot at All of a Kind, But Are Good. Some Old Hunters Spin Tarns That Are True—lluntiiia: Elephants — Ilunting Human Ilejids — Huntincr Mart l;uflUlocs—Hunt ins Men to Kill Them. "There are few more thrilling sights," | said one of the veteran sportsmen at the camprire, "than an elephant fight. I don't mean a fi^ht with, an elephant, i though that may bo pretty thrilling to you, if you wound the l>rute without dis- j aliling him, and he {jets after yon in the j open. But I mean a light between ele phants." "I didn't know they ever fought," in terrupted a novice in the jungle. "You would know it, if yon ever BB.W two 'tuskers' fairly at it," was the reply. "They don't often do it; i>ut Chen they I do. it is a battle to the death, one day, up in the hill country, 1 saw such a combat. They were hard at it when I came in Bight. They were on the hillside. One of them, n burly, stoat-built beast with short, powerful tusks, was evidently get ting much ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 14 March 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.--NO. 18. EASTERN HAPPENINGS. Indications of Another Indian War in the Northwest AN ATROCIOUS MURDER COM- MITTED IN OHIO. Much Indignation at New Orleans Over the Verdict of the Jury in tho Ilcn nessy Murder Case —A Tennessee In sano Asylum In Flames—Six Pa tients Burned to Death. "•Special to the Record-Uniov. Chicago, March 13.—Dr. C. A. East man, an educated Ogallala Sioux, arrived here to-day from Pine Ridge. In an in terview in a local paper he says ho has been in the camps of the Indians at Pine Ridge, and from present indications the. probability of another Indian war is promised. There is great discontent among the Indians. Personally he does not think they will do anything desper ate, but the young braves nro holding secret conferences, and even conservative men are talking of war. The people out there are dissatisfied at not having re ceived information as to how the hostiles •••A Fort Sheridan are being treated, and l'oar treachery. NO ARMS TO BE SOLI) INDIAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 14 March 1891

2 DAILYRECORIHJNION SATURDAY MARCH 14, 1801 ISSUED R.Y THE~ SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING- COMPANY Office, Third Street, Between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Pa«es), Published six days in ouch week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eltfht l'agtx. Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seven-day paper. For one year 86 00 For six mouths.. 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fiftef.x Cents par week. In all interior cities und towns the paper can b<- had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newtuncn and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carriers at Twenty-five Cents per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is tho cheapest and most desirable Home, Kews and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. Tho Weekly Union per year 91 50 The Sunday Union alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single subscribers, ■with charges prepaid. All Postmasters aro agents. «• The Best Advertising Mediums on the ...

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. — 14 March 1891

SACRAMENTO'S STREETS. The Citizens' Company Sums Up a Year's Work. Tho Work Will Be Resumed the Corn ins Year—Plans for Future Operations, Etc. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Citizens' Street Improvement Company was held last evening at C. H. Oatman's office, and the large number that attended occasioned some surprise. It was expected that about a dozen would respond, but instead over forty assem bled, and considerable enthusiasm was manifested. In calling the meeting to order Presi dent Luhrs said he considered that a great deal of good had been done in Sac ramento by the company. The business was at first new to tho directors and they had to learn by experience. They might have made some mistakes, but they cer tainly did some good. The people were given cheap streets, and tho work was done in a substantial manner. The di rectors were glad to say that they came out just even at the end of the year, and thought this showing would be satisfac tory to the stockholders....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 14 March 1891

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 14 March 1891

LEGISLATURE—--29TH SESSION. Estee Leads Slightly in the Sena torial Race, A Bill that Is All "Blips"—Two Vetoes by the Governor—The Value of a Lost Llmt). SENATE. Sacramento, March 13,1891. The Senate met at 10 o'clock a. :r., Lieutenant-Governor Roddick in the chair. Roll called and quorum present. Prayer by the Chaplain. Reading of the journal dispensed with. Mr. Heacock, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the bill for the re lief of A. J. Bowen, reducing the pro posed appropriation from £10,000 to §5,000. [Bowen was a guard at San Quentin Prison, and was shot in the right arm while endeavoring to arrest escaped con victs, and tho arm had to bo amputated.] Messrs. Seawell, DeLong and McComas opposed the committee amendment. The former held that §10,000 was a very Bin;.!! compensation for the State to allow a young man for the loss of his right arm while bravely doing his duty in it service. Mr. Heacock said the young man was Btill employed at $7."> a month, and was lik...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 14 March 1891

6 POLITICAL REST. Congressmen Who Will Hereafter Appear in the Lobby. Defeat of Needed Ix?fflslatton by In terminable Debate—The Only Ef fectual Remedy—Tuc Government a Ileartless and Dishonest Ci-oditor. [Special correspondence of the EecorivUxion] Washington, D. C, March 5, IS9I. Tho Lord has called hence a largo num ber of his "apprentices" and laid them off for a long and extended political rest. Skirmishing for room rent and grub in : the old paths they were wont to pursue before coming here will doubtless prove a severe and trying hardship as compared witli $il(i MS monthly, mileage and found —and nothing to do. They have had full four months' notice that a lock-out was ordered for March 4, 18!)2, and if they haven't laid up enough during that time to pay a month's board —in advance—it is clearly their own fault. Since Bill McKinley, Jr., played such sad havoc with commercial values it is believed that rural landlords cannot keep hotel on politics and tone to any great extent....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 15 March 1891

vol. n. SUMMARY JUSTICE. Violent Uprising of Indignant Citizens in New Orleans. CHIEF OP POLICE HENNESSY'S MUR DER AVENGED. Tho Parish Prison Broken Into by the Infuriated Populace and Eleven Italians Chnrfrocl With Compliclty ln the Crimo Put to Instant Death — Detailed Account of the Terrible Trairedy. Special to the Sttxday Union 1. New Orleans, March 14.—New Or leans struck Mafia a death-blow to-day. It rose in its might almost at midday, and ■wreaked a horrible vengeance upon tho Sicilian assassins who relentlessly slew David C. Hennessy, and though there are eleven men dead to-night woo were happy yesterday over their victory in the great est criminal trial tho city has ever wit nessed, the work of blood was accom plished without unnecessary disorder, without rioting, without pillaging and without the inilicting of suffering upon any innocent man, save one, and he was only slightly hurt. It was not an unruly midnight mob; it Was simply a sullen, determined body of citizens, wh...

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