ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 17,002 items from Sacramento Daily Record-Union, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
17,002 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 April 1880

THE DAILY. RECORD-UNION. CHILDHOOD'S GOLD. • They need not go so far away, .-' Thrutiffii heal and cold, to hunt for gold ; They might beside us sit or stray— - i *f«3pil§l Our bands are full as they can hold. Gold ? Gold is poured out of the sky i> From rise of sun till day is done; . With falling leaves it flashes by; ... In liquid gold the rivers run. 'Twas scattered all the way from school,' £.-,\ Ifejifc. In stars and bells adown the dells ; | We children gathered aprons full, i. Where little Dandelion dwells. And yellow Cov>sMp to our feet C me, like a king, his hoard to bring ; A d Columbine, with nod so sweet. Shook gold upon our path— gay thing ! What goblet glistens with such wine As the bee sups from buttercups ? tWhat gold beads on the wet grass shine, Sparkling to breezy downs and ups 1 Our homes are sweet upon the hills, Where love is sure, and life is pure, And sunshine every season fids : ..-■•■■ How can a country child be poor ! No robber scares our midnight h...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 17 April 1880

liiiu DAILY RECORD-UyiOK. .gATCHDAT.:..:...-........APK11, 17. MM. TELEGRAPHIC. LAST NieHT'S dispatches TO THE RECORT /. „ J UNION. w:'i;j.; PASSENGERS PASSIM OMAHA. The Report of Tilden's Withdrawal Re iterated. LARGE GRANT M ASS MEETING AT CHICAGO ..• .:■:,...._ ■ .__ " Double Execution for the Crime of Murder . in Missouri MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF FOREIGN NEWS. ' Sudden Death of a Newly-Elected Member of Parliament. Et« Etc Etc. DOMESTIC NEWS. Anniversary of Lincoln's Death. Springfield (111.), April 16th.— The newly organized Lincoln Guard of Honor held memorial services at the catacomb ot the Lincoln monument yesterday morning, in commemoration of the fifteenth anniversary ot the death of Abraham Lincoln. The services began at ' 7:22, Washington lime, that being the exact hour and minute at which Lincoln died at Washington. About - 300 persons were present. Lincoln's farewell address to his Springfield friends on starting for Washington wis read by Rev. Albert 1 Hale. Lincoln's s...

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. — 19 April 1880

MSISHI SERIES -fOL.XMT-JIO. J«7. DAILI RECORD KIE, -TOI. XVI -MO. »*». " .-■■•;...: 7. - ...-.''.-■ .....,-.. ... THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Pott Ogee at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THI Bacramento Publishing Company. WM. H. MILLS, Ceneral Manager. r»bll cation Office, Third *L, bet. J and K. ' A?~ THS DAIIY KECOBD-r.NTOX Il published every day of the week. Sundays excerted. for one year... ••• $10 DC otiii montha » X ■Tortcree mouths ■■■■■■■ J 00 ho ooplea on* rear, to one address 80 00 Babecrfbera served by Carrier* at TwmTT-FrvE CairTs par weak. In all Interior citlee and towns the paper can be haul of the principal Periodical Dealers, women and Agents. Advertising Bates lm Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 'Jane (1 00 One Square, J time*. 1 74 One Square, 3 time*. , 1 50 IMb additional time. , ft 1 Wee*. , Week*. 1 Mob th Half Bqnan, Ist pace (2 SO S3 SO $5 60 Half Square. Id page 3 10 (09 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 8 0S 450 6 Ot Half Square, 4»h pag...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. n05»AH.1.....1ri-- — -Arm 19. 1880. The San Francisco oflice of the Daily Becoru-1 "nion - and Weekly Union is at 208 Montgomery street. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York Saturday Government bends were quoted at ICCJ for 4s of 1907 ; 1031 for 5s of 1881; 1083 for 4 Js ; sterling, $4 85@4 ; 88 ; ; silver bare, 113} ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. -. 7 Silver in London Saturday, 62d ; consols, 88 13-16 ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105}; 4e, ; 4*B, 111}. AA:' J ; Aj;7j,A A In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91J selling. At Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at 10s Sd@los lid for good to choice California. , Minis'! stocks were a trifle firmer in San Francisco on Saturday. Union Consolidated rose $1 50, and most other kinds from 5 to 75 cents. 7AA'77V- : Dr. Goeses has been held to answer at Philadel phia on a charge of poisoning his wife. William 8. Botts was hanged on Friday at Corn well, S. C, for ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MONDAY A.. . .: .... .. . .1. 1 APKIL 19. 1880.* signal Corps Report- 18. 1880. - TIMS. I B A K JTUR HUM WIND RA'lt WfcAtH. 4:02 A. «.... 30.09 I 43 I S3 j S. E. 8 ' ....Clear. 7 a.m. 30.18 147 80 1-S. 3 ....'Clear. 8:02 a. M 30.17 | M 65 IS.W. 4 ....'Cleai. Ir.i. .30.21 ;56 40 'S.W. 4 : .Clear. 8:02 P. m. .... 30.22 ; SI j 65 '; 8. W. 6 .... Cloudy Max. •.tier., 57 degrees. Mm. ther., 40 .lesrrtes. Weather Probabilities. Washington, April 18th.— Midnight.— Indications for Pacific coast : * Northwest winds ; rising b.vrom eter ; partly cloudy. ADVERTISEMENT KJ6NTJOH. Gennania Building and Loan Association today. Democratic County Central Committee April 24th. Knights of Honor, California Lodge, to-night. Notice to school-book publishers. Situation it-anted. Trustees' sale. A. O. U. D. picnic. Dr. 6peer's lecture. Business Advertisements. Weinstock & Lubin— New announcement. Jacob Arnold— Fresh meats. •; A : Chris Wc-iscl It. Co., pork packers. W. K. Knigh...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD'UNIO?.; HO.\I>AT A . . . APRIL 19, 1S»0. SATURDAY'S DISPATCHES [SPECIAL TO TIIK EECORD-UXION.I MATTERS AT WASHINGTON. Items in the River and Harbor Appro priation Bill for California, THE IUQUIEY AT WEST POINT. Further Proceedings in the "Exodus" Investigation. ASS ERS COIIIXC WEST BY KAIL. Political outlook at Various Cities of - th 3 Country. MISCELLANEOUS FOEEI3N NEWS ITEMS. The South American War— Panic at Callao , ; and Lima— Peruvians Defeated. i Et«\. Elc «C DOMESTIC NEWS. Washington .Votes, froni our own Corre spondent. Washington, April 17th. — The California items in the River and Harbor Appropriation bill, as prepared by the sub-committee, and now awaiting action of the full committee, are said to be $tJO,OOO for Oakland harbor, $30,000 for the Sacramento river, and about 312,000 for Petaluma creek. The California representatives will be given a hearing in re gard to the appropriation for their State be fore the full committee takes action, and they wi...

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. — 20 April 1880

DAILY I'NION HKRIFH-tOL.XI.IS-5i0.7i;;. DAILY MA «iti, stulE. -VOL. XVI— NO. 9 119. THE DAILY' RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office st Sacramento as see";'! class matter PUBLISHED BT TH* Sacramento PulJlisMng • Company. M. B. HILLS, Ceneral Manager, rnbll cation Office, Third St., bet. A and K. THE DAILY BRCOBD-rXIOM Is published eror &*3 ot the week, Sundays excej-tei for one rear .....(10 X or six months. 5 OC for three months 3 OC Taa copies ooa rear, to one address 80 OC Subscribers .erred b» Carriers at TwiMl-Tlvi Ozsts per weak. In all Interior ci ties and towns" he wiper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealen. newsmen and Amenta. Advertising Kites la Dally Beeord'Cnlon. One Square, 1 time , $1 OC One Square, I times. ..,,.'. 1 75 One Square, 3 tiroes , 11M % jj Bach additional time. , " JO _„_ A ' ' IW**. J Weeks. IMotiUi Half Square, Ist page $2 50 $3 50 *.. 00 Halt Square, M pace 3 SO (00 0C Half Square, 3d page 3 68 4 CO 6 ff. Half B<iuare. 4th page t 00 ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 20 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOy. ' Ttt»nt1.7.7.::.-7».'.».-APRII. W.>Bo. The Sou Francisco office of the Daily Krcord-Lsios j . and Weekly I'nion is at 208 Montgomery street. m, — ; ' ■ J I - NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at IC6J for 4s of 1907 ; 1031 for 5s of 1881; ' 108} for *J»; sterling, 04 £s<g4 88 ; j silver bars, 1 1131 ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. Silver "■ in London yesterday, 62d ; consols, ( 08 13-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105|; 4s, 109J ; 4Js, 111}. As!si Is Son Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 31 buying-, 01} selling. . - At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 103 3.1 JtlOs Od for good to choice California. Mining stocks opened very quietly in Son Fran cisco yesterday morning. The amount of business ' recorded was limited, and probably a good portion > of it was mere form. Prices show little change from Saturday. , Tins Indian trouble in Arizona is getting to be quite s...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 20 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-niHOS. TCE5DAT...................APK11. 29. 188». Signal Corps Report— April 19, IMS*. TIMS. I SAk iTUK IILM S-IMi [K*'S WKATU. 4-02 a.m.... i 30.19 |45 78 S. E. 0 ....Cloudy -7 A. au...... .30.17 47 77 8. E. 6 ....L'th'n 6:02 A. X..... 30.16 ;47 85 S. E. 6 1....1L't Bin 2P.M .30.05 52 73 S. K. 22 | L't K'n 8:02 T. is ,29.98 '43 93 'S.E. 10 .44 IL't K'n Max. ther., S3 decrees. Mm. t»er., 43 ic^r«s. ADVERTISEMENT MJBHTIOH. Metropolitan Theater— Golden City's Dr. Speer's Lecture. Sacramento Savings Bank— to depositors. Sacramento Bank— Business notice. Metropolitan Theater— Capital City's. Caledonia Club, to-night. Chautauqua Literary Circle, to-night. Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter, No. 3. Auction Sale. Sherburn k Smith. Business Advertisements. Chickering Pianos— L. K. Hammer. F. Foster, bookbinder. Four rooms to let. C. P. K. R. Bonds— Sealed bids. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. George Le Grand. — A man named George Le Grand, who has been traveling along the line of the Oregon...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 20 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TCESDAV. . ... .■••••• ••• • • APRIE 10, IHSO. OREGON. PORTLAND'S POPULATION AND, BUSINESS PROSPECTS. ' Railroad Situation— Crop Prospscts— Wool —Sugar— Beets— Politics— Captain Connor— The Columbia, - „; Portland, April S, ISBO. That dabster at metaphor who first dis covered "winter lingering in the lap of spring " was in our minds all through the month of March, for while there were a few days that were clear, and many days that a farmer could keep his team in the field if he was actually bent upon having a crop of spring-sown grain, there was, throughout, a raw and uncomfortable char acter to the month that was intensely dis agreeable, and " the cold winds of March made us tremble and shiver " to the last. The winter, throughout, was rough on the North Pacific people, causing great loss of stock in many sections, and inflicting great pecuniary damage. Spring has come at . last; maple buds are swelling, and yellow jonquils are in bloom. They are about the o...

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. — 21 April 1880

DAII.T FN'IOV SK!HF> -^01. XITX-SO. ItT7. DAILY RECORD Hi'.sLlE 4 -FOI. XVI— SO. 2179. THE DAILY RECORD-TOON- Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as tecond class matter PUBLISHED BY THE . Bacramento Publishing Company. WX. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Fablleatloa Office, Third st., bet. J and K. . '■ . ' THE DAIIY RECORD-UNION {■published ereiT<l*r of the weak, Sundays excepted. For one yaw $10 OC Win all months. ..•••••.•••.... SOU Vorthne months 3 00 Yen ooplea one rear, to one addreaa 80 ot. Sobacrfberr aorred by Carriers at TwaKTT-Frvi fhnm per weak. In all interior citlea end towna the fiper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealen. *wsmeD end Asenta. Adrertlslns Rates In Dally Record; One Square, 1 Urns... , tl 00 One Square, J time*. 1 75 One Square, 3 time*. , 3 m ■__ additional time. BO _„ „ .A »s?«*- .Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist pace $2 60 S3 SO (SCO Half Square, Id page ISO (00 8 00 H»U Square, Sd page 8 80 SCO SOC Half Square, 4th page 103 8 00 4 00 On...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 April 1880

i THE DAILY JREGORD-UNIO^ WEDNESDAY.- ■ • ■ -^ •*"»'' 11. 1886. Thi San Francisco office of the Daily Record-Usios »nd Wekklt Ukios is at 203 Montgomery street. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Ybstirdat's storm prostrated the wires on the mountains, and we are therefore without our usual Eastern and foreign dispatches this morning. Tn* storm of yesterday was the heaviest of the season, and unprecedented at so late a date. At : Dixon, Sol- no county, fears exist that the grain on the adobe lands will be drowned out, and that the summer-fallow grain will fall down and not be able to rise again. At Chico all tne creeks are full, and some of them are over their banks. At Windsor, Sonoma county, 5.50 inches of rain fell in sixty ; hours. At Colusa nearly 2.50 inches of rain fell yes terday. At Downieville the storm raged with ter rible fury, and at Forest City ten feet of new snow tell. In the vicinity of Napa the lowlands are coy- I ered with water, doing groat damage to the crops. A large section...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDNESDAY. A..A.A APRIL 21. 1880. «lgnal Corps Report— 30, 1880. . TIMS. | SAB j TUR | BUM I VLVO jRA'K WSAVH. 4.02 a. M..„ '29.85 I4Bj 93 S. E. 20 . . . . 'L't R'n 7 a.m. 29.82 49 .89 S. 17. 24 . . . . ttU'o 8:02 a. li 29. 50 |50 86 IS.E. 26 ! L't K'n If." .29.82 ; 51 93 ' S. 16 |....|H'yß'n 8.-02 T. M 29.74 ' 52 ! 93 j S. E. 25 5.28 H'jK'n Max. tbor., 53 decrees. Mm. ther., *7 degrees. . ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Union Lodge, F. and A. M., U-night. Lost— Gold bracelet. . Barber wanted. Lad wanted at the Mechanics' Store. Business Advertisements. Best Six-hole Range. Furniture— Heusen ft Huntoon. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BILLS SIGNED. The following concludes our list of bills signed by the Governor to date. The last number indicates the chapter of the laws : STATUTE*. Assembly Bill No. 374— T0 promote agri culture—o2. Assembly Bill No. 354— T0 protect swamp lands from overflow— 63. Assembly Bill No. Deficiency Capitol Park— o4. C .' Assembly Bill No. 200— Amending A...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UN ION. I WEDNESDAY ..:.. -•-••APRIL «1, 18SO. j ITEMS OF MINING NEWS. El Dorado County Mines.— ln this county there are a great ' many mines, placer, hydraulic, quartz, porphyry, gravel, and one silver mine. And all kinds are being worked more or lees. Some are only slightly prospected, some are partially opened up, but very few have had work : enough done on them to show what there ! is to be found in them,' as to extent, depth, and therefore as to their value. As time rolls along capitalists and experts, reach ing for good property ta place their money in, come ,to El , Dorado county, see some one of the many that please their fancy, and • invest in it. Within the last year a great number of our mines have been purchased by Eastern, European and California capital, and as nearly all of them are going to do more or less work on them this summer — many being at work now we are certain of a good season of mining business. The mines of this county are yet to be the b...

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. — 22 April 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. Diir.T i'sioji series fo;,.XMY-so. 7417. DAILY RECORD SKIUES-VOL. X VI- SO. *«?. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THI Sacramento Publishing Company, ITS. H. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Offlee, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY BECOttD-rHION published every day ot Ota week. Sandaj* excepted. Pot one few »™ « or six months.. ••«....».••••• sW lTorthree mouths • 3 Ot teo ooples one year, to one ad.lress 80 OC Subscriber* tarred by Carriers at TwanTT-FITE Oum pet week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. ewunen and Agents. Advertising Rates la Dally Itecortl-Cclon. One Square. 1 time.... (1 OC One B'juare. J tij.-.os. 1 75 One Sqnaie, 3 time*. „,. J so Each additional Una. SO lWeei. 1 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 60 (8 50 it Ot. Half Square, M page 3 58 8 00 8 0S Kalf Square, 3d page SW « 60 6 0L Half Square, 4th pa...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THUR5DAY.......... .......APE1L 22, 18S0. WIRES STILL DOWN. The wires are still down in the Sierras, and no Eastern or foreign dispatches were received last nLrht.^^qiaj^gjjteS NEWS OF THE MORNING. V;'V An assessment of 25 cents per shore has been ■■ levied by the Dudley Mining Company. Misi.no stocks were quite steady in San Francisco, as a general rule, yesterday morning. There was not enough variation in the 'cadi gComstock shares to give operators any interest in the market. Thb Republican State Convention of Oregon met yesterday at Portland and declared for Blame. J . 8. R. Hoyle, the defaulting Tax Collector from Georgia, killed himself in his cell at Los Angeles Tuesday night. Tue Supreme Court at Los Angeles yesterday 1 granted thej application for a writ of habeas corpus in the case i f Denis Kearney. Indian's to the number of 200 have left the Fort Stanton (New Mexico) reservation to join Victorio. Ceorue A. Rogers and G. W. Cox were drowned yesterd...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIO^ THI7BSDAY...." .....APKIL 2«. 1880. Siena! Corps Keport— April 21, 188«. , TIMS. I SAM THK jUCM, WLHD IRA'S WUATH. 4:02 A ¥..;..' 29.18 j52,93| S. E. .... , L't h'n 7A. a....... 29.65 52 93 S. 14 ....L't R'n 8:02 A. ll 29. « i .52 93 S. 1 1 ....L't 2r. ...29.73 58 160 S. W. 20' . ... Clear'g 8:02 f.xt..... 29.80 '59; 79 '■ S. 8 3.01) Clear Max. ther., 63 degrees. Mm. ther., 50 degrees. ADVEETISEM2NT JHENTIOH. < - 1. O. O. F. picnic postponed. K. of H., Unity bodlfe, to-night. Sacraments Commander;", K. T., to-night. St. Rose Church Picnic Committee, yy ij Business Advertisements. Grand Hotel property— Sale or lease. Sacramento Ice Company. C. *T. Rapp £ Co. Sacramento Planing Mill. Mechanic-' Exchange. James MeGmre— lron doors. I.ipman k Co.— Damaged goods. Adams, McNeill 4- Co —Grocers. ; James I. Fciur & Co.— Removal. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Personal political matters are becoming very interesting as the Convention period approache...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TntvsoAxy.r--y-r :^r^zi.t^ FOLLOW YOUR LEADER. How a New Orleans Merchant Reformed a New York Club. The late Thomas H. - Smith, of New York, whose enormous tea store in South '. street, near Dover street, fifty years ago, extended through to Water and was a hun dred feet vt ide and the wonder of the city when it was built, besides being the great ' est tea merchant-of his city, was very fond 7of 'Jan. ' He was President of a club called the " Fire Club." It held its meet ings in Franklin square, on the corner of Dover street. Boys have a mode of amuse ment called " Follow your leader." This was adopted by the club of which Smith was President. Many men who are now aged and respected men, or dead, belonged to the " Fire Club"— Joseph Foulke. a trader at Curacoa, a Dutch island in the West Indies, and the Staggs. There was old Peter Stags, cashier of the City Bank, and John and Benjamin Stagg. There was old Matthias Bruen and many more whose names were on the 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. — 23 April 1880

DIIIT JMOV SERIES -*01. MIX-SO. 7477. DAILY UN «>KI» » :«IK * -VOL. X VI— *4J9. THE DAILY- RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Tost Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THI ' Sacramento Publishing Company, WE H. MILLS, General Manager. rsbll cation Offl cc, Third it., bet. J and X, THE DAILY KKCOED-t SIOJI I* published et«7 dajr ol the week. BoiuUji ezoerted. Vac onejeu... .$lO 0C fg» di month*. , 5 oc . tor three month* , „,, 30C Ten ooples one »e»r, to one addree* 80 00 Subscriber* wired bi Carrier* at TmnTl-flYl CZJHTB per week. In all Interior cities and town* the neper aan be had of the principal Periodical Dealer*. Bewiroea and Agent*. . Adrerttalns Bate* In Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 time aj 00 One Square. 1 time*. /I 75 One Square, 3 time*..,,.,, , , ' SCO - Each additional tlma, ■■....',,..'.'. 50 _„ . 1 Week. I Week*. IMonth Half Square, Ist page $3 50 (3 SO $5 00 Half Square. M page 3 60 (OS 8 00 Hall Square, 3d page $80 4 GO 6 0C Half Square, tth p...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FRIDAY Arriii 23, IHSO. WIRES STILL DOWN. The wires are still down in the Sierras, and no Eastern or foreign dispatches were received night. ' |||f NEWS OF THE MORNING. The demand for mining stocks in San Francisco yesterday morning was very limited, and prices were generally weak and lower, especially on the regular call at 11 A. M. The variations, however, were all under the dollar mark. • The land troubles have broken out afresh in Tu lare county, and the settlers are again manifesting an aggressive disposition. Near Salinas City, yesterday, Charles Imes fatally shot George Mattart. Tub weekly list of letters remaining uncalled for at the Postoffice will be found thij morning on the fourth page. yi^J'jJ FtRTiiER facts in relation to <he great storm on this coast are ghen this morning. Considerable damage has been done to railroads, bridges, crops and wagon roads, but no loss of life is reported. The Oregon Republican State Convention ad journed sine die...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
x
Loading...
x
x