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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SATIKDAY APKIL 3. 18Ki>. WIRES DOWN. The wires being down last night, we are without «ur usual Eastern dispatches this moniinir. THE WEEKLY UNION. The rapid extension of the circulation of the Weekly Union is unprecedented. Its subscription list is constantly being added to by clubs and single subscribers from all over the country. With the close of the legislative session more room will be available for choice reading matter for the home, for business reports, for agricultural intelligence, for the departments of art, fashion, house decora tion, anecdote, mechanics, correspondence, religious news, book reviews, editorials, Congressional pro ceedings, market reports, and all the multudinous departments of the paper. The Weekly Union is issued on Wednesday* and Saturdays, eight pages each, making a total of sixteen pages each week, all for $2 per year, making it the cheapest and best paper of the day. ______ NEWS OF THE MORNING. -■■■■- " ' . Is New York Thu...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOS. SATURDAY... ........;APKIL 3, 18*0. Slcnnl Corp* Report— April S, 1880. TIMK. 1 HAS IUB HVU, fUC RAK.IVKATH. ' 1 I , i:OJi.l 29.55 52 96 1 8. 26 i ....Lt. R'n 7a.M.. 29.61 64 193 S. W. 20 ....'clear B*2 A. II 29.63 156 87 S. W. 22 .... Fait Zr.x 23.72 i 58 ■ 68 S. W. 2* .... Cloudy 8:08 r. M 23.83 ; 53 ' 80 1 S. IB ', .85 Cloudy Mix. ther., «1 decrees, ilia, ther.. 61 decrees. ADVERTISEMENT KEMTION. I. O. O. T — Band of Hope, to-morrow. Wanted— A girl to work and write. ■ Wanted— A woman for housework. Knights Templar— Sacramento Commandery, to »i?ht. A. O. U. \T.— Union Lodge, No. 21, to-niffht. RepMlilioan County Central Committee, tonight. Auctions. Sherburn It Smith, at salesroom, 10:30 A. H. H. J. Simmons & Co., at Cl 2 X street, April Ct'.i. J5cU k Co., at salesroom, 10:30 a. m. Business Advertisements. D. E. Alexander, attorney at law. Rochester Cash Store, Ninth ami J streets. Vegetino— ll. C. Kirk k Co. Sheriff's Sale— April :Mth. LOCAL INTELLIGE...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 April 1880

THE QUIET HOUR. THE " TANGIER'S" PARADISE OF CHA- F.ADtS, ENIGMAS, ETC. [Contributions to this department should be ad dressed "Quiet Hour," Rbcord-Uxhw. Write upon but one side or the sheet. Accompany all contributions with the answers, the true name, and postofflce address. Contributors will receive advice and assistance, and are privileged to engage in courteous criticism of the production! pub li«heU.l Answers to Blarcb. 20Ul 617. Lock. 618. The richer the cobbler the blacker his thumb. 619. Emigrate, migrate, igrate, grate, rate, ate, te, c. 620. Pagil, aroma, gowan, image, lanes. 621. D, due, Dumas, ear, a. 622. Madam. 623. (1) Lixiviate. (2) M, an I, aC, maniac. (3) Nebo, ebon, bone, ones. (4) Cayenne. (5) Cleave. 624. Thinking sap. New Tangles. 633. Charade, by Sibyl : Within the forest deep and lonely, I hear my first in music clear ; By winds, and birds, and brooklets only, Choir of the fTi B*. drear. More sweet and pure than when In churches grand and stately, We hear the...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. LIFE. IBT R. H. FULLBK ] A broken rase. A withered flower, The memory of a bv-ffone bour, A faded leaf, An empty chair, A treasured lock of golden hair Oar idols these, Our household gods, Our comforts and our chastening rodfl. The three score years Man often sees Are summed by little things like these. COLD FEET IN BED. While winter is at hand, and with it the many attendant discomforts and annoy ances of a chilly, frosty atmosphere, it is becoming to fortify ourselves against the influences and ef^cts of cold. It is better to be so clothed as to feel a little too warm, rather than not warm enough. One of the common obstacles to personal comfort is cold feet, particularly cold feet at night. When aliod one feels that he ought to be comfortable. We may succeed, perhaps, during the day in maintaining a passable degree of caloric in our extremities, but at night we may groan in sleepless torture until the small hours with icy feet. A contributor to the British ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. StTiRIUT APKIL 3. ltt*O. THE GREAT STORM. A Helpful and Bounteous Eain in all Directions. SEBIOUS WORK IN TEE SLEEEAS. Snow Plows in Operation— Extra En gines Pressed into Service. THE CEOP OtTLTOOS MOST ENCOURAGING. Increased Acreage Seeded — Splendid Yield Assured. [SPECIAL BT TELKGOiriI TO TUB RECORD-CHIOS. I . Truckee, April 2d.— A furious storm has been raging on the Sierras since 4 o'clock this morning;. Snow plows are running con stantly between Truckee and the Summit, and from the Summit to Emigrant Gap. At Miller's mill, four miles west of Truckee, the snow is almost as high as the top of the snow plows. A snow plow train which just arrived from the Summit came near sticking at one place on account of the heavy snow drift. All trains are running regularly, but if the storm continues until - night it will require superhuman exertions to keep the road from being blockaded. Beyond the Summit 2,000 feet of Bnowsheds were 'crushed during the last severe s...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. n.UI.Y ITMOV SERIF.* VOL.XLIT-NO. J4TT. i» AII.V < OKI! SMIIES-VOL. XII-XO. *«». THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company, WSJ, H. HILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DULY KECOEO-rjilOJf to published ererj day of the weak, Sundays excerted. for one rear 110 0C or six months. 6 00 tot throe months 3 00 Sen copies one year, to one addreu 80 0C Subscribers served by Carriers at Iwun-ltfl Cum per week. In all Interior cities and towns the papet can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. Advertising Bates in Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 time »1 00 One Square. J times. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. , 1 60 Each additional time. .........a..*. ■.....•.••,,•,• EC lWeek. JWaeki. 1 Month Half B-joare. Ist page r. 60 $3 60 (SOU Half Bqnare, M page 3 60 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 88 IK 6 (X Half Square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 April 1880

THKJUILY RECORIHJNION. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at ICOJ lor 4s of 1907 ; 103] for 5* of 1881; 109 for 4}s; sterling, Si t!>\<&i B¥} ; silver bars, 114 ; silver coin. i discount buying, par celling. Silver in London Saturday, KM ; consols, 98 5 Hi; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 10;".;. ; 49, iosi;*Js. 111. Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 81 buying, 81 \ Belling. At Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at 103 lOd for good to choice California. jItMNCi STOCks were generally weak in San Fran cisco Saturday morning. Union Consolidated fell to £31. The lowest price in the break Friday morn in? was 832 50. The best price Saturday was $33 25. Sierra Nevada was fully *1 off. Utah rose $1 50. O|.hir was $1 lower. * A serious accident occurred on the Southern Pa cific Railroad Friday night, near Cabason. A rfUZE-FlouT took place near C ->lf*x Saturday, which was finished in eleven rounds. Sheep and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.' MONDAY APRIL 5. IBSB. • isii:>l Corps Urporl— April 4, 1880. IIMK. I BAR IUR IRSJ WIM> IRAN WEATH. «:02A. X.... 30.13 45 M S. E. 4 Fair 7a. « 30.17 ' 4S 85 i S. E. 4 ; ....'Fair B*2 A. II 36. 13 50 83 S. E. 4 .... Cloudj 2P. M 30.15 CO ]55 S. W. i .... Cloudy 8.-02 P. M 30.14 ! 55 ; 61 ; E. 4 l....'Lt.K'n Mix. ther., 62 decrees. Mm. ther., 44 decrees. Weather FrolMtl>illtle«. WAsnraoTOs, April Midnight.— lndications for Pacific coast, partly cloudy weather and occa sional rains. ADVERTISEMENT BLRNTION. Sacramento Building and Loan Association, to night. Sacramento Lodge, K. of P., tonight. Exempts— Regula- meeting to-night. K. of 11., California Lodge, to-night. Cecilia and Apollo Clubs. Auction. M. J. Simmons & Co. —Furniture sale withdrawn. Business Advertisements. Oriental Tonic Notice to contractor?. Money to loan— P. Bohl. Drue store for sale. Taxes— lS79-18SO. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE GINEBAL APPROPRIATION BILL. The Assembly Committee on Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. BOXPAT •-••• trglL 5. 1880. AN IRISH WAKE. "V7hen evening came the storm lulled, and left a gloomy chill in its stead. The coffin arrived so expeditiously that some said it must have been made beforehand. A few country people who had met it on its way followed it with loud waitings, ii winch they rehearsed the virtues of those whom they had lost, and their grief an<l desolation in having them no longer with them. Often a coffin is thus escorted from a neighboring village to the house of mourning. It is then placed out of sight, as the body m not laid in it until a few minutes before leaving its last earthly ■bode ; turf was heaped upon the fire, candles lighted, and a jug ot whisky, fill ing the room with ita penetrating odor, nave evidence of preparation for the ap proaching wake. The villagers loitered about the doorway gongiping until the arrival of a weird old woman, who knelt at the threshold, and said, "God bless all here. God rest the Boul of the de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. oaif.y rxiov series -tot. T4TT. daily i:i:< »:ti> s».uies-v,»i.. xvi— 2419. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Officn at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY TEE Sacramento Publishing Company. TO. D. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Tblrd St., bet. J and E. THE DAILY KFXOHD-ITfIOX Itpablliaeel ever/ day of the weak. Sundays ezceited. for one yew $10 OC For fix month! 5 OC for throe months „ 300 100 copUmi one /ear, to one addresi 80 CC finb«cribert •erred b» Curlers at Twe stt-I"i ye CjlXTb per weak. In all interior dues and towns the paper oma be had of the principal Periodical Dealer*. Kewimen and Agent*. Advertlaln* Bate* la Dally Krcord-rnlon. One Squire, 1 time , ...... ..fl 00 One Square, 3 time*. „,, 1 75 One Square, time*. „. t56 Eaahadd1U0na1tixne...................i .......... SO 1 Week. 1 Waeta. 1 Month Half Square. Ist page...... 52 60 SJ M «S 00 Half Square, Id page 3 80 (00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page IN ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-DNIOI. TrJKJnlivi .T7.~7..T ..■■■■irmi. c. d-so. The San Francisco office of the Daily Record-Ukios i and Weekly Union is at 203 Montgomery street. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Ik New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 107 for 4s of 1907 ; 103} for as of 1881; ; 109J for *js; sterling, $4 fctsgl t!) ; silver bare, 114$ ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. hiLVBK in Londou yesterday, 62} d ; consols, 98 5 16 ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105}; 49, 1093;4i5,H21. Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91} icllinjr. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10a 10J Jills 4d for good to choice California. As assessment of 31 has been levied by the Sav age Minim.- Company, one of 50 cents by Alta, and one of 10 cents by Leopard. Hooks stocks opened quite discouragingly in San Fi ancisco yesterday morning. Sierra Nevada fell to 518 75, and Union Consolidated to $28 75. Thcs* arc the lowest figures in a long time, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 April 1880

— » — THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TUESDAY..^ APRIL 6. 1880. Signal Corp* Kep«rl— April 5, 1880. TUUi. | RAlt THR HIM » IM, HA S WKATU. , 1:02 A. M 30.09 !51 03 ! N. 5 .... U. R'n 7a.m ...30.10 61 93 X. 8 ....Lt.Kn 8:02 A.M..... 39.10 |62 90 N. 7 .... Cloudy 2P. M.. ...... 30.02 i6l Cl IN. W. 6 1 ... . Cloudy 8:02 P.M.... -.-29.98 I 57 ! 75 !N.W. 6 .07 Cloudy . il»x. tccr., 62 decrees. Mm. tlser., 49 decrees. . ADVBaxiSEMEMT MEimOft. I. O. O. F., Rebekah Degree Lodge, to-night Wanted, 51,000, Carl Strobel. F. and A M., Union Lodge, this afternoon. Wanted— A place by a German girl. ' Auction. Sherburn & Smith, Wednesday. Business Advertisements. People's Store — Fine linens. First Art llery Regiment Band. M. R. Heard & Co.— Stationers. CadH-alader A: Parsosis— Real estate. Lansing'" International Hotel, X street. Henry Fuchs— Purchasing agency. .1. A. Cunningham— Boiler and iron works. Ward I l'ayue shetp shears— ll. H. & Co. Notice to creditors of insolvent — E. Parsons. Noti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 April 1880

THEDAILY RECORDtUNION; Tr espa y. . . ■ ■■■■-■••>; Arm' l c. 1888. NEWS TAILINGS. An anti-social drinking society is said to be in formation at Keno. The hare and hounds' race at Salt Lake on Monday was a big success. There will be 10,000 acres of land culti vated in the Black Hills this year. Helena, Mont, prophecies that she will double her wealth and population in three years. Notwithstanding the coldness of the ■weather, graS3 is springing up everywhere in Nevada. Tuscarora saloon-keepers, when they get tired of the rush of business, vote them selves a holiday, shut up shop and go tish ing. The man Sam. Black, shot in a dance house row at Bodie on Tuesday by a sport ing man named Pierce, is not expected to live. Cottonwood ami fig trees are being set out along the levee constructed last year on the shore of Tulare lake, from Cross creek to King's rivt-r. A Grangeville correspondent writes to the Visalia Delta that G. O. Pher wa3 murdered near that place on All Fools' day. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAITV FMOV SERIES »Of.. XXIX-WO. MM. DAILY <<»;:;» SEiiIEA-TOL. XVI-SO. S«». THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. vT3I. If. SOUS, General Kanacer. Publication Office, Third at., bet. J and K. THE DAIXT KF.COKD-rXIOS ■ Is published ot«j daj of the week, Buadayi excerted. for one rear • $10 (X oratx month*. 5 OC •\>rthre« month*.... m 3 00 Van oop!<« one rear, to one address 80 00 Bah*orlDen served hf Carriers at Twistt-Piti OaNTii per week. In aO interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Hewtmea and Agents. A.dYrrtl*lßjc Bates la Dally Coeord-rnlon. One Square, 1 time ...$1 0C One Square. 2 times. „,,. 1 7; One Square, 3 time*. 160 Each additional time. , EC lWeek. 1 Weeks. 1 Month HaLf Square, Ist pace (2 50 93 60 (SOU Half Square, 2d page 3 60 (00 SOU Half Square, 3d page 3 60 460 6 0C Half Square, 4t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOfI. rerpafE3»AV.. •■ •• ■ ...ArBII. 7. »>«o. NEWS OF THE MORNING. IB New York jesteniay Government bonds were quoted at 107J for 4a of 1907 ; 1035 lor 6s of 18S1; 109 for 4Js ; Sterling, 64 .-<■;.< 4 BO; silver bars, 114} ; Elver coin, i discount buying, par seEing. biLTia in London yesterday, f,2|a; consols, 9SJ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105}; is. 1091 : Us, "21. ' " - Ik San Francisco naif dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, ill buying, 91} selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 103 4d"@los 10J (or average California white, and 10s lid @Us 4d for California Club. Katmond & V.fir levies an assessment of 25 cents per share, and Overman one of £0 cents. The past week has witnessed the lowest values for Sierra Nevada and Union Consolidated, in San Fran cisco, that has been scored in a long time. ~lho former fell to $16 75 and the latter to 923 75 yester day morning. Other Comstock shares have sympa thized to a considerable...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOIV. 1TEDXE50AT..............r.ArniL 7. 1888. *r:n::sl Corps Iteport— A;>ri] C, 1880, V timi. . { «AS pa* HUH VlbO I**'*, U'KATB. 4:02 a.m.... ! 29.98 54 87 ' S.W.-5 .... JLt. R'n 7i.« 30.08 51 M : S. 1.. 7 ....C'ioudv 8:02 a. it 36.10 |56 87 IB.E. 8 .... JLt. B"n •2 P.M........ 30.15 63 iOB I S. 10 ....Cloudy 8:02 t.m .30.20 I 55 ' 74 I S. 5 .05 Clear Max. ther., 03 degrees. Mm. ther., 52 leKrcia. ADVERTISEMENT MS3TIOB. Pioneers— Called meeting to-night. Wanted— Situation by an American woman. U. A. O. D.— Walhalla Grove to-night. Lost— registered letter. Spiritualism— Mrs. Ada Foyc, Thursday and New clas3 for ladies— J. L. Skinner. Dissolution of Partnership— Uarley & Lanchlan. Bb, 1! -iron— A robe and cover. Farm for sale— StrobeL F. and A. M.— Union Lodge to-night. fm & Smith— lo:3o to-day, 323 X street Sherbuni & .Smith— lo:3o to-day, 32;! X street. Easiness Advertisements. Adams, Mc>*eill & Co.— New overland goods. J. Hymaii, Jr.— Jewe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. \TEDNEBBAY ■-•■•• APKI L 7, 1880. FROM PARIS. "»HE WEATHER AND THE PARISIAN HABIT JUST NOW. A Governmental Crisis— The Jesuits and the Republic— Devoted Wife —Notes of News. Paris, March 15, 1830. Winter has hardly turned his back when here comc3 summer making a leap over spring, and rushing upon us with all the haste of a ■ badly brought-up child. The coals in the grates have not become cold, and yet the' rays of a June sun penetrate through the open windows. What means this freak of nature ? If the seasons are playing at leap-frog and having all the fun to themselves, we poor subjects will have to pay for it, for it is not possible that spring will abdicate, and pouting March •will be sure to avenge her by opening his whole bag of wind upon us before many days are past. Then will begin a siege of colds and influenzas, which make me tremble to think of, and in spite of this de lightful respite from cold and rain, the pleasure is poisoned by the shadow of com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY I\lO\ SERIES t'OI . XllX— ifO. 7477. DAILY ItIHIKII > HiIES -VOL. X fl— MO. 2479. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second -.lass matter PUBLISHED BT TH£ Sacramento Publishing Crmpany. TTH. H. MILLS, General Managrr. Publication Office, Third st., bet. J and K. THE DAILY BF.f 'OBD-I'XIO* fipobllsbad eTcrx at the weak, Sundajs excepted. For one year $10 OC Tor six months. 6 0C - For three montfal 3 0C Ski copies one rear, on* address 80 00 Bobsorlben terred br Carrier! at ImiiH-TlYi Oms per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, tfeinmen and Agents. Adrertuiac Bates la Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 time $1 00 One Bonare, 1 times. 1 75 One Square, 3 times..... 1 60 boh additional time. """'...".I!".""" M _„„ . '. lWeek. ITTeeks. lMoath Half Square, Ist pats «3 CO |)tO $5 00 Half Square, Id page JM « 00 8 00 Half Square. 3d pace 3 86 « SO 8 0C Half Bnn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 April 1880

THE DAILY BEGORD-UNIOH. TUIR*DAY APKIL K. UHO. NEWS OF THE MORNING. ' Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 107 for is of 1907 103} for 58 of 1881; 3 OS} for 4Js; sterling, $4 £6@4 69; silver bars, 114 ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. Silver in London yesterday, 62Jd ; consols, 1-10; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105} ; Is, 109} ; *}S, 112}. la San Francisco half dollars arc quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 81 buying, 91} selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 109 tki 1 1 s3d for good to choice California. Mnttm btocks continue in a very unsatisfactory condition at San Francisco. Even the recent decline in Sierra Nevada and Union Consolidated fails to de velop business. Yesi«rday morning the former opened at $16 75, and closed £1 lower, and the latter opened at $31 50, fell to $29 50, and closed at *30 2.'. The transactions in both were limited. No changes of importance in other Comstuck shares, though in most cases the prices were sligh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. mrnsnAT... ...........irßiL 8. 1880. flgnsl Corps Iteport— :. 188*. TUl*. ) BAH TUR HUM WIAD RAN WKATB. — i^— — — — — I 1 _^^__ _ 1:02 A.M.... 30.21 !43 9:1 IS. E. 5 ....Cloudy 71. M. 30.23 50 96 S. 8 ....'Korey 8:02 A. M..... 30. 51 i 93 I S. 7 .... Foggy tr. X 30.11 i C". ! 54 !S. W. 4 ....Clear 8:02 r. •» 30.1-2 j6O 77 S. E. 5! ! Clcar Mm. ther., 07 degrees. Mm. ther., 48 degrees. Weather Probabilities. Washington, April Midnight.— lndications for Pacific coast, clear or partly cloudy. - - .-. AUVERTIfiEM£HT BIEKTIOH. Germania Building and Loan Association to-night. K. of 11., Unity Lodge, to-night. Business Advertisements. D. Deßernardi ■ Co. M. C. Hawlev & Co. George W. Elder for Oregon. J. B. Klober- - Watchmaker. Sozodont. Bristol's Medicines. Carl Stobel— Agricultural implements. Llthauer the Clothier. New York Store. M.T. Brewer i Co. Tremont Hotel. Toner's Oyster House. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE KEW POLICE MANAGEMENT. At 2 o'clock yesterday aftern...

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