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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 13 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ITOSBAY. ...■.:.— •••• y APKIL 13, I*Bo. THE KANE INVESTIGATION. Speech of the Hon. Grove L. Johnson, in the Senate of California, Friday Evening-. April 9, 1880., ' The question being on a resolution offered by Sen ator Enos, to suspend Senator Kane for the re mainder of the session, Mr. Johnson said : . Mr. President, ' I regret that 1 am not well enough to speak upon this matter as I would like. I regret that I am compelled to speak at all, but I do not propose to sit still and permit the Senator from the Tenth (Mr. Dickinson) to be the only Senator on this floor to raise his voice in favor of equal and exact justice. In listening to the speeches of the Senator from Plumas (Mr. Cheney), and from the Thirteenth (Mr. Ei os), and the Senator from Marin (Mr. Sears), I had almost thought, sir, that this Senate nad been turned into an amphitheater in which to utter fulsome eulogies of Ireland and the . Irish people. "• I, sir, live in America ; lam an American c...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. baity r\io\ sißirs toi.xi.ix— »*77. DAILY :t i:i !> tt :> s<- « ies -vol. ho. *«:•». THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Ollice at Sacramento a* second class matter PUBLISHED BY THJB Sacramento Publishing Company. WM. 11. WILLS, General Manager. Publication Offlee, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY RI".( OHD-TXIOS "'-,''■ published era? day of the week, Sundays excepted for one rear..... • .....$lO 0C or six months. ..»••♦. 0 X Torthree months _ « Ten ooples one rear, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served b» Carriers at TwHSTI-Prvi Outs par week. In all Interior cities and towns the caper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, newsman and Amenta. Advertising Bates Ib Dally Record-Talon. One Square. 1 time.... $1 00 One Square, 1 time*. 1 78 Doe Square. 3 time*. 1 SO Each additional time. , CC . 1 Week. 1 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, lit pace |)W S3 50 $5 00 Halt Square, 3d pa«e SCO 100 (00 Half Square, 3d page 160 ISO COC Ha...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAn.T i:\lo\- tOI.ILIX-JiO. Hi:. UAILV m:i ;>it:> Sfttl en -VOL. SO. «»:». THE DAILY RECORD-UNION; Entered « the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY TBE Sacramento Publishing Company. VTMU n. MILLS, Ceneral Manager. Publication Offlee, Third » ., bet. J and K. ; / ~r~. " ' • ■ THE DAILY EECOED-USIOIf la published every day of tbe week, Sundays excepted Vor one year.. • (10 OC torttx month*. 6 OC Yortfcreo months 3 0C Sao ooplea one year, to one address 80 OC Subscribers served by Carriers at TWBSTT-FlTl Okjtts per weak. In all interior oitlee and towns tbe caper can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealer*. newsmen and Agents. ■ Ad vermin- Bates In. Daily Eeeord-Talon. One Square. 1 time.... $1 0C One Square, 1 timea. 1 7: One Square, 3 times. , J 60 Each additional Una , ■ X 1 Week. 1 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, lit pace *2 SO $330 $5 00 Half Square, Id pace 3 GO 6 00 8 00 Halt Square, 3d Me ISO 4 GO 6 (X Half Square,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. VWEDXESDAY.; .... ... A™" l 14. I>Bo. NEWS OF THE MORNING. la New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 107 tor 4s of 1907 ; 103} for 5s of 1881; 108J for 4}s;' sterling, $4 £513 J 88}; silver bars, 113^ ; silver coin,' } discount buying, par selling. ' Silver jj in London yesterday, 61 Jd ; consols, M] ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105} ; 4s, U9};4}s,lll}. Ix San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 81} selling. ' - at Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s 2d(alos 8d for average California white, and 10s 8 J ©lis for club. Within a day or two the stock market at San Francisco has exhibited some features of interest, for the first time in several weeks. Since yesterday noon Utah has advanced $f 50, Sierra Nevada $1 25, Union Consolidated $2, Ophir $1 12}, Best & Belcher $4 12}, Gould & Curry tl 85, Confidence $1 25, and •ther Comstock shares from Be to 75c. There is a scarcity of labor in Britis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-U.NIOM. WEDNESDAY .....;.... APRIL ; 14. 1889. Signal Corps Report-April 13, I*Bo.l . TIMS. | ) ,' | SAM 1111 l lll.il WI2.D Ka'.^WHATB. 4.02 a.m..... '30.02 46 [77 S. W. 8 .... Clear 7 a.m....... '30.07 52 68 IS.W. 5 ....Clear 8:02 A.M..... 30.08 53 I6ljS. W. 8 .... Clear f R.M....V.;.. 30.03 i66j 49 S. 12 ....JThr'tg 8.-02r.M..... 30.12 ' 50 j 68 SW. 11 ...■Cloudy E Max. ther., 60 degrees." Mm. ther., 44 degrees. ADVERTISEMENT MBNTIOK. St. Rose Church Picnic— 25th. May Day temperance demonstration. _ * Proposals for privileges Fellows' picnic. ; Company A, I. O. O. F., to-night. ■ » Auction. Sale. . M. J. Simmons & Co. ■ — - —M lllllf* '.»-' Business Advertisements. . . -i-tm^SS^*i House to let. • Singing class— J. L. Skinner. Hotels to lease by C. Strobel. Hope Iron Works. -■ - Bristol's sugar-coated pills, j A. J. Vcrmilya, Coroner and undertaker. H. H. Plerson, dentist. A. 1!. Nixon, M. D. Julius Strutz, wines and liquors. ,' - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Nautica...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 14 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEB.VESDAY. .'.....- . . . APHIL 14. IHSO. THE LITTLE SNOW-PLOW. i Mountain locomotives have two enemies, the falling rock and the enowslide. : Both these are successfully : vanquished by means of a simple invention termed "the little snow-plow." . It consists of a concave ; triangular piece of boiler iron, which fits snugly over the pilot. It is perhaps two feet in hight, with a sharp angle in front, and sides which reach backward and out ward over the rails. It I tosses aside with the utmost ease a foot or two of snow, and so demoralizes an ordinary drift that an engine has no difficulty in passing through. But the peculiar forte of these iron shields is wrestling with the huge rocks and bowld ers which these warm spring days detach from • the ■ mountain sides." Rolling down the slippery banks and lodging squarely upon the track, these savage rocks seem fully bent upon wrecking the trains and landing the passengers in the eddies of the river. The train come...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY T\lA\ SERIES »©l.X_l_-KO. J«7. DAILY UIXOICU S I .;UES -TUE. XVI— 2479. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Offi ce at Sacramento Of second class in.itter 7\-7 PUBLISHED BT THK Sacramento Publishing Company, WJI. H. Ml—U, Ceoeral _ager. Publication Offlce, Third st., bet. J and _. TITS DAILY BECOBD-TNION Ispubllahod every day of the weak, Sundays excepted. Tor one year 910 OC For six months. 6 OC Torthree months 3 OO Too copies one roar, to one address 80 00 Subscribe™ served by Carriers st Tw_rrT-Fm. Oasrrs per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be bad of the principal Periodical Deal sro, Hewinian and Agents. Advertising Bates la Dally Beeord-Talon. One Square, 1 lima „..'. 81 00 One Square, 2 times. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. , i 60 Booh additional time. , 60 _ ___ . lWeek. JWarks. lHonth Half Square, lst page (3 50 $3 50 $6 00 Halt Square, Id page 3 60 (00 8 00 Hall Square, 3d page 3 60 i 50 8 00 Hall Square, Ith page...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 'THCksUAY...V..v.V■•"•••* r^^ , ?•l ,^ NEWS OF THE MORNING. s Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 107 for 4s of 1007 ; 103} for Ss of 18S1; 108} for ; sterling, $4 B*i_l 88} ; silver bare, 113J ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. Silver in London yesterday, 51:] d ; consols, 08 15-10; 5 per cent. United states bonds, 105}; is, 109}; 4Js, 111 J. In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 81} selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10? 2d _10s Sd for average California white, and 10s _ fftlls for club. Minimi stocks were weak in San Francisco yes day morning under the reaction in Best A Belcher. -Tuesday evening this stock rose to $14 50, a gain of $6 since the Bth. Yesterday morning the best price was $13, and some was let go under $12. The whole market sympathized. After selling at $11, Utah fell to S3 75. Sierra Nevada was steady at an average of 410 75. Union Consolidated started at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TltlllM>AY . . . . ..... . . . . APBII 13. 1880. .Weather Probabilities. WAS-UUUIa, April 14th.— Midnight— Indications for Eacific coast : Partly cloudy, with occasional rains. ■ ADVERTISEMENT MENTIOB. lUitcrkcit Picnic Dr. Speer-s Lectures. Man and wife want situations. SS^ Knights of Honor to-night. Proposals for forage and straw. ■ — : — : Business Advertisements. People's Store. Farm to let Agricultural machinery— C. Strobel. '^' : ,zk LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WHY THEY BECAME THIEVES/ In the Superior Court yesterday, Judge Clark sentenced to terms of imprisonment seventeen persons who had committed of fenses and pleaded guilty, as follows : John Smith, alias Sullivan, William Roberts, Jas. Daly, Henry Davis, Ah Pow, Wm. Bruce, Thomas Maloney alias John Sullivan, W. H. Stoneman, burglars, two years imprison ment each ; Charles Conners, assault, James Campbell, William Grimes, W. P. Noouan, Bill Sheets, petit larceny, three months' im prisonment; Louis Adrian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 15 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THURSDAY:: ■ 1 :. ■;■■ '.'■ ■■■ ■ ■ APKIL 15. IH-W. CONGRESSIONAL. [SraCIAL BT T_KGRAFH TO TIIE RECORD -CMOS.] " — : — "■ ... Senate.' .' . Washington, April — Maxey introduced a hill for the lief of certain officers and privates of the United States army. ■-"-", | Coke, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, re ported favorably the House bill to amend the Act tor the removal of certain Apache Indians from (_a_ron to the Mescalero Agency, New Mexico, so as to allow the Secretary of the Interior to continue to issue rations and annuities to the Indians, al- j though the thirty days' limit in that Act has expired aud the Indians have not ■ been removed, owing partly to their refusal and partly to other causes. Passed. After the morning hour the Geneva Award bill was considered. '*£_g3?*2S_^p K S_— Sl__S _t ___li Si -i . Call opposed it, and at the conclusion of his re marks the pending bill was informally laid aside aod the Consular appropriation bill was taken ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 April 1880

___£__2__ V -»K'*-TO--X_r--NO. T4_. ,P A ? l 'V KECOaD . KIES -TOL. XVI-N-. -4J». THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at _ Fog Office at Sacramento _ second class matter PUBLISHED BT THE Sacramento ____!_____: Oompany. _. 11. WILL., General Manager. l-UieaUo- Offlee, Third st., bet. J -_- K. THE DAILY BECOKD-TXIOX j Is published cray day of the weak. Sundays excepted. for one year - .....$lO 00 or six month*. 6 0C For three months .. 3 00 _•_ oo_ _ one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers served br Carriers at Iwi_T-_n C_.-_ par weak. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodloal Dealers, _____ and —gents. ____t__ ut Bates Ui Dally _ee_____o_. One Square, 1 time .....fl 00 One Square, 1 times. 1 75 One Square, 3 time*. , „,., ) 60 Bach additional time. , go lWeek. .Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page S3 60 (3 M $6 60 . Half Square, 3d page 3 60 00 8 00 Half Square. 3d page 3 80 CO 6 01 Half Square. 4th page 100 8 00 4 00 One Square, Ist page. IN 80...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FBIDAT .....APBI- 16, 18*0. The San Francisco office of the Daily Record-Uxios and Weekly Union is at 208 Montgomery street. NEWS OF THE MORNING. to New York Wednesday Government bonds were quoted at 107 for Is of 1907; 103} for 5s of 1SS1; 108] for -Js; sterling, & 85_@1 88. ; silver bars, 1131 ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. Silver in London Wednesday, 51 J J ; consols, 88 15-16; i per cent. United States bonds, 105} ; Is, 109. ;_■,--_ --to San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91} selling. At Liverpool Wednesday wheat was quoted at 10. ld(_r 10s 8d for average California white, and 10s Sd Us for club. . A* assessment of 50 cents per share has teen levied by the Silver Hill Mining Company. Mixing stocks in San Francisco yesterday morning were tame, and the market was devoid of interest. As a whole, the tone was weak and unsatisfactory. The best price for Union Consolidated was $26 50, which is $1 lower...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ' FHIDAT . . . L.L. .......... . '. APRIL 16. , 1880. Signal Corp* Report— April 13, 1880. "MB- | IAS jTHa m_r ~WLM> ;__'_( WgATH. _.... 29.94 | 48 88 S. e7i6~ Lt.__n lA.U. 29.92 ;48 92 S. E. 20 . . . . 11. rain 8:02 A. _...._. 94 j 48 92 SI E. 22 .... Lt.raiu Sr. _........ 29.84 49 93 8.28 1.... H.rain 8:0- r. M 29.80 j49 93 S. W. _'l._lLt.rain Max. ther., 51 degrees. Mm. ther., 45 degrees. _-.V£XTl3____ JU-N-108. N. S. G. W. to-night - " Sacramento Lodge No. 2, I. 0. O. F., to-morrow. Catholic Picnic Committee. Sixth-street M. E. Church. Capital Lodge No. 87, 1. 0. O. F. Sacramento Hussars night. Business Advertisements. Machinery— Carl Strobel. $1,500 wanted. Sar_i>arilla. B. B. Brewer, dentist. Carle— Croly, contractor- Black Diamond Coal. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE STORM. Heavy Fains— Deep Snows— High Rivers and relayed Trains. The showers which have been falling for days past seemed to be but a prelude to the fierce storm that was ushered in early ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 16 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. '-;" .■'.'. gii*AT...;.v:.. ; .-.'--.'-f;:'.ArßiL"iG.-'-;i»'w. COMMERCIAL. "'yy--. San Francisco ; Produce Market. .-, Sis Francisco, April 15th— 1 p. _t. Flora— We quote the various brands as follows : Best City Extras, «8 37 _: Bakers' Extra, in <;_!',» 5 8"i ; Superfine, . jr* 25 ; interior Extra, $5 25 _ 6 61s; interior Superfine, *3 7534; Oregon Extra, .4 75*5 25: choice do, $5 37.-5 75; Oregon Su perfine, $3 S3 02} ; Walla Walla Extra, $5 3"it £ 75 S bbl. . Purchasers of round lots can obtain concessions on the above rates. ■":. -. * ; WnsiT — Reports from all quarters of the State agree in the statement of the very promising out look for the growing crops. A practical farmer .riling from Gonzales, in the lower Salinas valley— * section in which nothing of consequence was raised last year— says: "We have magnificent prospects. There is a large acreage sown. -It is very early, too. | A great deal is nearly ready to head. Barley is already in head some...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY iSMIN SERIES— VOL. XLIX— Ko. .477. DAILY RECORD SERIES Kit. XVI— So. 2477. THE DAILY RECORD-UN " -Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento at second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. w_. H. _____„ General Manager. _■ hi, cation Office, Third st., bet. J a:.d K. . ■•— - — : — ; THE DAILY RECORD- V_lO_ v ___!__, •__> of the week. Sundays excepted. for one year.. , ...810 _C roriix months. 5 00 "or throe months 3 oc Tea copies one year, to one address 80 00 8_ _rf_ri Hired b» Carriers at Twenty -Fivt Curia per weak. In all Interior ties and towns the paper can he had of the principal Periodical Dealers. r< • -linen and Afents. Ad -ertlsl _g Sates la Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 time , _i or One Square, I times. Viwt 75 One Square, 3 times. " 1 so Each additional tlma. ,'."".!" 5C „,. _ . 1 Week. J Weeks. IMoath Half Square. Ist pare..... «2 60 $3 60 $5* Half Square, 3d page 3 50 8 00 8 0C Half Square, 3d page 36...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORM FOR THE FARMER AND THE ORCHARDIST. [This Department is prepared for the S» ckaminto ___aol'.t>-V' Nion by its Agricultural Editor. _ All matter relating to the agricultural interest will be f _i.d under this head.] FLAX CULTURE. Flax culture was one of the earliest cult ures of which we have any historic record. It has also been cultivated over as large area of the earth's surface as any other crop we have any knowledge of. All kinds of soil ■will produce flax, and the crop seems to be adapted to the warmest as well as the coldest of climates. In ancient time, from the fiber of flax was produced the most fashionable apparel of kings and princes, and to this day fine linen is a necessity to those who clothe themselves in costly and elegant clothes. The cultivation and manufacture of flax, in whatever country, has always given employ ment to great numbers of farmers, artisans and laborers, and has contributed materially t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 April 1880

[FOR THE RECORD-UNION.] SET IN A SILVER SEA ! A ROMANCE AUTHOR OF "BLADE O' GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES." "JOSHUA MARVEL " KING OF NO-LAND." " THE BELLS OF PENRA YEN," ETC. CHAPTER XIV. -Josi__ otvks EVANGELINB A PROOF or ' HIS LOVE. The years glided peacefully away, and no event of importance disturbed the re pose of the Silver Isle. Evangeline, elected by Joseph and Gabrielle as their queen, wore her crown with the innocent au dacity of childhood, and ruled her little kingdom with absolute authority. She was capricious, but not tyrannical, impe rious, but not boastful ; in their home amusements and woodland rambles her moods and whims were anxiously con sulted by her young subjects, who were most happy when she was pleased and satisfied. That she should be obeyed appeared to be natural ; it was a pleasant ■ servitude, and Evangeline's close con nection with Ranf enabled her to intro duce color and variety into the lives of the : children. Ranf's position in the isle did n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.' 8AT_RDAT........:...........1'1t1L 17. ISBO. The San Francisoo office of the Daily Record-Union aad Weekly Union is at COS Montgomery street. 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 Wednesdays and Saturdays, eight page each, making a total of sixteen pages each week, all for $2 per year, making it the cheapest and best paper ol the day. _ NEWS OF THE MORNING. -Is New York yesterday ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. S VTI EDA V . . ........ i . . . .APBIL 17, 1880. Sternal Carps Report- 16, IK*.. . TIMS. | __ THK HUM WIM) RAX WKAIH. ' I ,__ 4:02 A. M 20.88 44 184 S. 6 .... Clear. 7A. _ '.....' 29.93 SO j7O S. ....'Clear. 8:32 A.M..... 29.92 151 72 S. 7 .... Clem. 2 p.m.... ....29. 88 . 63 ! c.7 i S. W. 8 .... Cloudy B:T2r. M..... 29.b0 47 177 S. W. 121 .05 Cloudy M.X. ther., 55 degrees. Mm. ther., 42 MP a '■■ y- . ADVBBTISEMEWT HEHTIOB. Metropolitan Theater— Golden City Club. Medical Society Annual Meeting- Capitol Lodge, I. O. O. F., to-night. 1 Opening at Richmond Grove. Another Medical Lecture. El Dorado Lodge, I. O. O. F., to-night. Envelope witb Notes Lost.' Union Lodge, A. O. C. W., to-night. I. O. 0. F. Fast Grands to-night. Schiller Lodge, I. 0. O. F., tonight. Industrial Lodge, I. O. O. F., to-night. G. T. Band of Hope to-morrow. *___-_£_-"== Auction. Dell & Co.— Two days. Sheriff's Sale. Business Advertisements. Hoit & QflSBt — New store— Hopkins & ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. DRUNK IN TEE STREET. ** Drank, your honor," the officer said. " Drank in the street, sir !" she raised her head. A lingering trace of the olden grace Still softened the lines of the woe-worn face. - Unkempt and tangled her rich brown hair ; ;v ■ Yet with all the furrows and stains of care — . The years of anguish and sin and despair— .. ■ '^ >Jv; The child of the city was passing fair. The ripe, red mouth, with lips compressed — The rise and fall of the heaving breast — The nervous fingers, so taper and small. Crumple the fringe of the tattered shawl, As she stands in her place at the officer's call. She seemed good and fair, she seemed tender and sweet, This fallen woman found drunk in the street. Does the hand that once smoothed the ripple and wave Of that tangled hair lie still in the grave ? Is the mother who pressed those red lips to her own Deaf to the pain of their smothered moan ? . -* Has the voice that chimed with the lisping prayer No accent of ...

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