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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 8 April 1880

THE DAILY IlECOßDjjyiOg. THIUSDAY APKIL S, MM. PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS. LAST JHGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE UECORD UMON. THE MAKIN 00UNTY MYSTERY. Disappearance of Severance Still Unex plained. PASSENGERS FROM THE EAST BY RAH. Doubts in £an Francisco as to the Le gality of the Charter Election. MUTINOUS WORKWOMEN'S WARD CLUBS. Eaconraglng Cutlook in Regard to the Salmon— Fishing Season in Oregon. CALIFORNIA. MnlJiiotii Wurkinemen. San Fbancisco, April 7th.— The Ward Clubs of the Workingmen's Party are mutinous under the action ot the State Cen tral Committee in nominating four delegates to the Chicago Convention, the feeling being that the clubs of the State should do all the nominating, and resolutions have been adopt ed in several clubs censuring the committee for their action. The names selected by the State Committee are Denis Kearney, dele gate at large ; C. W. Hogs, of Nevada city, second district ; Musaelman, of Dixon, third district ; Warren Chase, fourth district. The San Franeiitco C...

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. — 9 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY r\lO\ SKRIES-VOT,. XMX-XO. 7«7. DAILY KECOUD SUUCS-VOL. XVI— 8479. THE f)AILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second dast matter PUBLISHED BY THK Sacramento Publishing Company, Vf Sl. H. MI IX3, General Malinger. rablleatlcn Office, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY RECOHtt-I'TflOX flpobllihod erorj daj of the weak, Sundaji excepted. Vor one rear • • • ..■..(10 0C Jot til montfca.. •••••••■••••■•••••••■•••••••••... 5 00 For three months S OC Can copies one rear, to one address 80 CC Subscriber! ierred by Carrier* at TWZHTT-FITZ Oxkts per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper ou be had Of the principal Periodical Dealers. Senmea tad Agent*. Advertising Bates In Dally Eeeord-Fnion. One Square, 1 lime $1 00 One Square, 3 time*. 1 75 One Square, 3 times..., 1 60 Bach additional time. ................. .... „, , I lWeek. 1 Weeks, 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 ' $3 BO (6 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 60 (00 8 00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOJ. FKIDAY APKIL 9, IMW. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were j : quoted at 107 for 4a of 1907 ; 1035 for 5s of 1681; 108J for 4Js ; sterling, $4 E6@l 89 ; silver bare, 114 ; ailver coin, i discount buying, par selling. Silver in London yesterday, 62Jd ; consols, 08 5-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105}; it, ics}; *i», ii-" la San Francisco half dollar? are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, SI buying:, 91 selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s 9.1311s 3d for good to choice California. Mini stocks took another turn downward at the afternoon session in San Francisco Wednesday. The drooping tendency was continued yesterday morning in most of the Conislock shares. ■ Compared with the rates Wednesday, Utah declined $1 12}, Union Consolidated 53 50, Mexican $2, Ophir $2 25, But & Belcher $1, and other kinds from 5c to 75c per share. The Sierra Nevada assessment of $2 per share was added yestcnUy, and the stock sold t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FRIDAY A Pit I L 9, 18S». Signal C«rp«i Bcporl-April s, j.vsn. tIXH. | HAH IHRJIII.H WI.ND RAX WKATU. «:02a.h 80.11 55 87 E. 4 | Clear 7j1.» 30.1fi 53 feS N. W. 4 Clear 8.-O2A.H 38.17 57 91 N. 5 ....Clear 2P.11 30. 09 70 51 N5 Cor 8:02 r. M 30.05 67 60 Calm 1 .... Clear Mix. the-.., 72 decrees. Mm. thtr., 53 ie^reeg. V, rattier |»rol>nl>itllle». WASHrxoTOX, April StU.— Jltdnicnt.— lndications for Pacific coast, clear or partly cloudy. All VEHTISEMEKT MENTION. Knights of the Red Cross to-night Wanted — A wife. Fire limits notice. St. Rose's Church annual picnic. New class for ladies. Business Advertisements. llorse-rakcß for sale by Carl Strobel. Oriental tonic. Probate notice— Estate of A. Goisseaud. E. 0. Thompson, merchant tailor. .Milwaukee beer — Snih!er*a. Pearl baking powders— Hall, Luhrs Si Co. Steinway pianos— A. Ileyman. T. B. McKarland, attorney. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Youthful fender.— ln the Police Court yesterday, when the cases on the cal e...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 April 1880

THE DAILj_RECORD-UNIOy. FCIOAY APRIL ». 18S«. SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [From San Francisco exchanses of April Bth.] Most of the Government coin in this citj is in the form of silver. There is $11,406,000 in standard dollars at the office of the Sub-Treasurer. The Mint has also a large supply. The amount of gold in the Assistant United States Treasurer's office in San Francisco does not exceed §100,000. In a garden on the western slope of Rus sian Hill is a young cherry tree, on one lirub of which, less than a yard long, there can be counted 400 buds. Recent Rhipments of small gold to the East embrace §3,500,000 from the otiice of the Sub-Treasurer here to the office of the Sub-Treasurer in New York. Sub-Treasurer Sherman has recently completed the exchange of £2,500,000 in double eagles with the Mint for a similar amount of eagles and half and quarter eagles. The managers of the Mechanics' Indus trial Exhibition have decided to commence the fifteenth annual exhibition on the 10th of Aug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY I MO\ SERIES— VOL. \Ll\ No. :«T. IH.ILV KECOBU SERIES-* OL. XYI-.\o. MR. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter g PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. « '.«. K. MIIXS, General Manager. rabUeatloa Office, Third »t., bet. a and K. TOE DAILY RECOKD-CinOM is yaUiahad tree; day of the week, Sucdari excected. {or one real 810 0£ I >o» rix mouths. , 5 00 ■ l*'jr>ht«e months '.'.'.'.', 300 | r»n copies one tear, to one address SO X Hnbscrfben serred by Carriers at Tweirrr-Frvr CjUttb pet week. In til Interior deles and towns the paper eaa be had of tbe principal Periodical Dealer* : Uewnocn and A^enU. Advertising Bates la Dally Bccord-rnloß. ! -„ac»», 1 time kl CC Oca Square, 3 time*. 1 75 0n.9 Square, 3 times. 2 SO Koch additional time. , 50 I Week. SWswks. 1 Month We If Square, Ist page JJ 50 13 nO $' 00 Half ■ ■.an. M page 350 60S 800 Kili ••am, 3d pane 899 130 601 RaW Square. 4th page ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION - FOR THE FARMER AND THE , ORCHARDIST. [This Department la prepared for the Sacramento okd-Union by it* Agricultural Editor. All ■natter relating to the agricultural interest will be f und under this bead. 1 MULCH THE ORCHARD. The successful orchardist, even in the com paratively damp climate of the Atlantic States, practices mulching hi? trees for the purpose of keeping the surface of the soil cool and damp, and thus encouraging the vigorous growth of the roots and increasing their capacity to take up nutriment or food for the tree and fruit. It is found that even there mulching is of great benefit to not only the tree and fruit, but to the soil itself. We notice, in a recent discussion of this subject in one of the late meetings of the State Hor ticultural Society of lowa, that there was a unanimous opinion in favor of the practice of mulching the orchard. They hold that the orchard soil needs shading in some way, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 April 1880

SET IN A SILVER SEA ! A ROMANCE BY B. L. FARJEON, AUTHOR OP "BLADE O 1 GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEE3E A>D KISSES," "JOSHUA MARVEL " KINO OF NO-LAND," " THE BELLS OF PENRAVEN," ETC. CHAPTER Km. Margaret's diary concludes. "Matthew strove to reason me out of this wild idea, saying that it was as irra tional as ever entered a woman's brain. " ' I know Clarice from your descrip tions,'he maintained, 'and I do not per ceive in this figure any resemblance to you or to my idea of her. Ido not say it is ■wrong that you should allow your thoughts to dwell so constantly upon your sister ; it is natural, but it affects your judgment. Nothing is more deceitful than marble ; I will engage to bring you a hundred girls in the isle in whose features a likeness to this statue can be traced. It is as you say — impossible.' "He succeeded in calming me, but to this day the beautiful figure exercises a fascination ever me, and I entertain for it an affection such as it might have inspired had it been huma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIO3. BATURDAY APKIL 10. IHSO. THE WEEKLY UNION. The rapid extension of the circulation of the Weekly Uxm<. is unprecedented. 1U subscription Hat 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 agriaatami intelligence, for the departments of art, fashion, bouse decora tion, anecdote, mechanics, correspondence, religious news, biK>k reviews, editorials, Congressional pro ceeding's, market reports, and all the multuilinous department* 'if the pa; er. The Wbkklt Usios is issued on Wednesday* and Saturdays, eight pages each, making a total of sixteen pages each week, all for X pir year, making it the cheapest and beet paper o.' the day. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Ik New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 107} for 4s of 1907 ; 1(31 for Ss of 1SS1; 109 for 4Js; sterling, $1 E6#4 80; sil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. »ATLR1>AT.. .............. .APRIL 10. 1880. »tcn»l Corps Kcport— April 9, l«8t». TlMa - j .lAX THR^lltmj WlilD 'RA'N.WKATB. 4:02 A. M.... 30.04 | 58 : 88 A E. 4 '~. I Fair" '*■ ........ 30.04 «2 ;80IS. K. 2 ....Cloudy 802A.U 30.05 65 63 S. W. 3 .... Cloudy «*» 29.09 C 679 B. W. 4 .... I.t nun 8:02 P. M 30.13 j53 BO |3.W. 6 .28 llyrain Ma t. ther ,67 desrrecs. Mm. ther., 53 'leerete. Weather Probabilities Wapimxgto.n, April 9th.— Midnight.— lndications for Pacific coast, cloudy and rainy weather. AU7EX7ISEI£Eirr BtßfOfi. Odd Fellows' picnic April 2Cth. Lecture to-night by Mrs. Fitzgerald. K. of V. picnic May Sth. Raffle to-night. Pupils in vocal culture. Union Lod;re, A. O. V. W., to-night. II irtk.>;,fl a museum. Auction. Iltll & Co. Business Advertisements. Insurance ri-kt by C. Strobe]. Residences fur sale by Bell & Co. 11. H. Paulk, groceries. Restaurant to lease. Lindley&Co. Rooms to let. Grove L. Johnson, attorney. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. A FASHION LETTER. THE LATEST STYLES IN DRESSES, HATS AND BONNETS. The End of Goods in Fashion— mings Running to Lace — Para sola— Bric-a-Brac. ■".;;:*— " '. San Francisco, April 7, 1880. • Full fashions are now supposed to have blossomed, and dressmakers are busy with orders for spring suits. Bat the season is backward in asparagus and peas, and so it is in fashions. The majority are getting the last wear out of their winter wardrobe, and others have adopted a sort of half-and half style to fill in with until real weather comes. Everywhere I see the light cloak and the black dress, black gloves and para sol, which have been worn with good eflect all winter, whole suits being as yet too cold for our late springs. However, there are suggestions which she who runs may read, and those who know are always kind enough to tell what is to be. Skirts are no wider than usual, being four yards round. There is a tendency toward the hoop again, but as yet when worn it is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-USION. WASHINGTON SOCIETY IN 1830. In former years, the wildest gentlemen msod to spend their evenings in decorously playing whist, with frugal suppers of broiled oysterj, bread and cheese, and a glass or two of madeira. The rolliokiDs,' Jackson men substituted paker for whist, and indulged in frequent libations of whis ky, while their supper tables were graced— according to the season — with a baked rac coon, garnished witb fried sweet potatoes, or aanvas-back ducks, or shad broiled be fore a hickory lire on an oak board. Plan tation tobacco was freely smoked in pipes, but few, except the members of the diplo matic corps, indulged in cigars. As.-liii bliea were held once a week between Christ mas ]>ay and Ash Wednesday, to which all of the respectable iadiea in the city who danced were invited. It was also custom ary for those of the Cabinet officers and other high otliciais who kept house to give at least one evening party during each ses sion of Congress, invi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 April 1880

'1 .... :;AILY RECORD-UNION. SITIUIIAY APRIL 10. IXBO. TELEGRAPHIC. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE KECORD UMoX MATTERS AT WASHINGTON. Caucus of Democrats in Regard to the Kellogg Case. PASSENGERS PASSING OMAHA. Thurlow Weed's Opinion of Grant's Can didacy. THE WKI POINT OIiTKACE IMJI . : Recommendation for the Erection of a Public Building: at Sacramento. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF FOREIGN NEWS. s&;f-"i-' A Chilean Regiment Nearly Exterminated by the Peruvians, Cle Etc £•«■• DOMESTIC .\L>V.». Tt»' Chinese Mi-«lon — Continuation of An cell and . Commissioners iwlA and Tin toll ■ Washington; April 9th.— At the close of an unusually prolonged legislative session, about half-past 0 o'clock this evening, the Senate acceded to a request of Senator Eaton, 1 Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Re lations, for a brief executive session, and thereupon speedily confirmed Mr. Angell as Minister, and Messrs. Swift and Trescott as Commissioners to negotiate a new treaty with China. Angell'u no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY r\!o\ SERIES -VOL. XLIX- SO. 7177. DAILY RECORD SERIES -TOL. ITI— SO. 1479. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Poit Office at Sacramento as tecoml class matter I PUBLISHES BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. \ WH. H. MILLS, General Manager. PabU cation Offlee, Third St., bet. J bad K. i — ■ .. .- i THE DAILY RECORD-UNION bpobllahsd eT«T daj of the west. Sundays excepted. for one rear ...flOOt for all month*. ..*...«•••••• 600 throe months 3 00 tin ooplas on* fear, to one address 80 OS Subscribers served br Carriers at Twbktt-Fiti Outs per week- In all Interior cities and towns the t»per can be had of lbs principal Periodical Dealers. Henmen and Agents. Advertising Sates la Dally Record-Union. One Square. 1 lima $1 00 One Square, 3 times. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. „ 1 to Bach additional time. „. , . 50 • lWeek. I Weeks. 1 Month Hall Square, lit pas* $150 (3 60 $5 00 Half Square. M page 160 OS 100 Half Square. 3d page IN «M 6 a I Half Square,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 April 1880

THE daily record-union. MONDAY... .........;.;APKIL 12, 1880. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at 107} for 4s of 1907 ; 103} for 5s of 1ES1; 109 for Us; sterling, $4 £6@4 89 ; silver bars, 114 ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. Silvrr In London Saturday, . E2d ; consols, (8 9-18; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105] ; Is, ; 4Js, 1111- : Is San Francisco hall dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91 J selling. | At Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at 10s $d(3lls 2d for good to choice California. lliki.vo stocks in San Francisco Saturday morning were generally from 5c to 75c higher than the best rates Friday morning.' Prices after the Board were about the same as on the regular call. The latest reported sales are $10 25 for Ophir, £15 25 for Sierra Nevada, $28 25 for Union Consolidated and $10 for Mexican. P. McCallan died at Oroville Friday night from injuries received by a horse falling upon him. . Hox. E. Garter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. *■ ■ ■ , I , » I II M0XDAT................:...APK1l I*. 188(1." Signal Corps Report- A I 11, 188*. ■'. : "*'■-.„ | «Ak . .THRJHUMi wisd , WKATH. SB*. M.... 1 30.20 | 49 ~SS~ S. E. 4 |~ ! Fair 7 a.m....... 30.20 52 :79 S. E. 5 '.... Fair : B*2 A. M..... 30.20 66 75 S. K. 5 ....'Fair 5r.M... ;-..:. 30.12 j67 46 !S.W. 8 Clear 8:02 r.M..... 30.08 ' 56 1 75 | S. 11 1.... Clear Max. ther., 67 degrees. Mm. ther., 47 degrees. . .: Weather Probabilities. '' ' .. Washington, April llth.— Midnight.— lndications for Pacific coast : For California, clear or partly cloudy weather ; for the North Pacific Coast re),' on, partly cloudy weather, with occasional rains. ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. K. of H. tonight. ~ ' Photograph of E. G. Jefferia wanted. Company G, inspection to-night. - Thomas E. Randolph— Explanatory. Meeting concerning St. Rose's picnic Lost— Blue Beaver Overcoat. Business Advertisements. Bristol's Sarsaparilla. The Lick House to remain open. Jersey cow wanted. ,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 12 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MONDAY APBII IS, IS|». THE DEBRIS QUESTION. Speech of Senator Sears on the Following Amendment Which He Offered to the Bill to Promote Drainage : " Provided, that all the moneys raised under the provisions of this Act be used exclusively for the construction of dams for impounding the debris from tbe mines hereinbefore specified, and for the improvement and rectification of river channels in which said debris flows." Mr. President, the amendment which I have of fered is for the purpose of clearly and unmistakably defining what shall be done with the money raised by this bill. My sympathies are with two classes : First, the farmers .residing along tbe rivers, who have been and still are liable to be damaged from the debris from the mines; and second, with the miners who contribute indirectly toward the damage. I have carefully drafted the amendment to make it conform to the provisions of the Constitution, and I believe no lawyer here can show that it is uncon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 April 1880

DAI) CMOV SERIES -#0L.«.1X-JfO."7«J." DAILY KIX'ORU M.KIE- -VOL. XVI— 2479. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 1 — ■ -■ 1 • Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BT THK ' Sacramento Publishing Company. WH. 11. MILL.*, Ceneral Kanaser. Pablieatlon Offlee, Third st., bet. J and It, THE DAILY RECOBD-mOIT Is published every day ot the week, Sundays excepted. for one yew....... '.........'. ....fiO 0C Tor six months. { 00 Vorthree months 3 00 San oopioo one year, to one address „ 80 CC Subscribers served by Carriers st Twuiit-Frvs Ozjrrs per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealers. acrwvseD and Amenta. Advertising Rate* la Dally Heeord-rnlon. OneSquara. 1 time.. $1 00 One Square, 1 timea. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. iiihhiiihi „.,,,, J 50 -' Eaoh additional time. ■»..,.. ' SC lWwt llfaeka. IMoath Half Square, Ist pact $3 50 %i 50 f 5 W Half Square, M page 3 GO (00 8 00 Half Square, 3d pace IN • « 60 6 01 Half ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIVSDAt........ ■, — ■:■ '."..APRIL 13. I*Bo. Tni San Fr-meiBOO office of the Daily Record-Umcs and Wkeklt Usios is at 208 Montgomery street. -' NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New Fork yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 107J for 4s of 1007 ; 1031 for Ss ol 1S81; 108 for 4Js; sterling, 64 E6®4 89 ; silver bars, 113} ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. . Silver in London yesterday, 62d ; consols, 88 11-10; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 10iJ ; Is, 100J; 4 111 J. I.i San Francisco half dollars arc quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, >>1 buying, 81} selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 103 Sdtgils 2d for good to choice California. . Mt.\i>« stocks were rather weak in San Francisco yesterday morning, and most kinds were lower than at any time last week. Sierra Nevada fell to $14, Union Consolidated to $25, Mexican to is 37} and Ophir to $9 87£, with fair sales at the decline. As earthquake occurred at San Buenaventura yesterday mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 April 1880

■ THE : MILY RECORD-UNION. : TUESDAY ..;".". APRIL 13, IKBO. signal Corps Report- April 12, 1880, lIMK. | SAU |TUX ULU WIAD IRA'KWKAIH. a.m.... ( 30. I 52 i 73 , S. W. 3 ....'Clear 7A.M....... 30.07 I 54 j 74 ' 8. K. 5 .....Cloudy 8:02 X..... 30.00 |54|SO| S. E. 3 ...jLtßain 2r-« ...29.05 C 2 A'; '< S. i'". ... 1 '» ■ 8:02 P.M... ..,29. 97 ' 49 ! 71 S. W. 18 -.02 Clear : Max. ther., 63 degrees'. Mm. ther., 49 it greet. ADVERTISEMENT MENTIOM. St. Paul's Church— Annual picnic. Union Lodge, F. and A. M., to-night. Protestant Orphan Asylum Association — Annual meeting. British M. B. and S. S. to-night. Young man wants employment Situation as chambermaid desired. Employment at housework desired. Brighton Vine-Growers' Association Assessment levied. Dr. Fpecr's lectures. : ' " -- • Auction Cale. M. J. Simmons & Co. -.. Business -Advertisements. S. Liproan Si Co.--Kid gloves. Union lnsurai.ee Company, San Francisco. Furnished rooms. Oriental tonic • ' Machinery— C. Strobel. Friend &...

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