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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1880

THE RECORD-UNION. rK1DAT.....................APR1L 23, 1880. XZJ Signal Corp* Report— April 2?, 1880, *""• j *•" ITHR UlIMj WIAD IRAK CTEATP. 4.02 A.M.... '29.95 47 ~\ S. E. ll 1 ~ ! L 7 tß'n ,I A- M....... 30.01 46 88 8. E. 12,.... R'n B.J2A. M 30.C2 140 88 ! S. 10 ....H'yU'n **■* .30.05 154 7) '8. 10 ...... .Cloudy 8:02 F. tt.:... 30.10 |51 72 I S. 4 ' .30 Cloudy M*x. r ther., 56 degrees. Min.-tfcer., « degrees. ADYKSTISKMENT MENTION. Union Picnic City Guard to-night. Social Postponed. Royal Arch Chapter, No. 3, to-nijht. Strayed— Black Horse. . ' N. S. G. W. tonight Card of Printers. Business Advertisements. Lick House — Rooms to rent. American Laundry— Delirery postponed. Lyon & Barnes-Produce. Swee eer & Alsip. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The AbDuction Case.— the Police Court yesterday the charge against Fred Miller for abduction was called up for hear ing and dismissed. An account of former proceedings in the case was published a few days since. Miller and the girl Lucretia Wi...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ] — — ? — 5R18AT. . ..... -••• -• • - ... .APRIL 23.1880.' FOR LITTLE GIRLS. ' "Ma. are you going to give me another piece of pie ?"' Ma— What do you want to know ; for?" j Jeacnette — " Because if you ain't I want to eat this piece slowly." A little girl went timidly into a store at Bellaire, 0., the other morning, and asked the clerk how many shoe-strings she could get for five cents. j " How long do you want them V' he asked. J " I want them to keep," was the answer, in a tone of slight surprise. . -„ . A little girl was drawing from a card a pattern too difficult for her, consequently was making sad work of it, and getting very tired. Her mother told her she had better lay that aside and take a more sim ple one. She turned with great earnest ness and said: "Mamma, didn't God, when he created the world, finish one ihing before he commenced on another?" She was told - that he did. " Well,'; she said, "then I'm going to." LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IX the l'....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 April 1880

* - - ****** V^OS SKKII>-»«I.. Hl* *n. UTI. '"IU UECOKD SEUIfS-TOL. XVI-No. IX7I. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THK Sacramento Publishing Company, j W js. H. MILLS, Cieneral Manager. Publication Office, Third it., bet. A and K. i THE DAILY ORD-I \;<»\ a publiahsd every day of the week. Sundays excerted. Forcnerew r» gin or For ill months. .......V....U..... 600 For throe months , j oe Sau ooplea one year, to one address "*BO OC Subscribers served by Carriers at Tw*KTT-Fivk Oxhth per woak. In all Interior cities aod towns the Kl>er can be Lad of the principal Periodical Dealers widmu and Agents. Advertising Rates lm Dally Record-Enlon. One .Square, 1 time.. , , « oo One Square, 1 times. '.' ," l 75 One Squire, 3 times , "" 165 Each additional Una. .".""!"."!!" SO _„ _ -_ lWeek. IWaefci 1 Month Half Square, Ist pa«« fi 50 $3 50 «5 00 Half Square, Id page 3 50 (00 JIOC Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 01 Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 April 1880

SEMI-WEEKLY RECORD-UNION AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOE THE' FAEMEB AND THE OECHAEDI3T. [This Department Is prepared for the Sacbamknto Kecokd-Ukion by its Agricultural Editor. All ■natter relating to the agricultural interest will be f emil under this bead.) . SETTIKG MILK FOR CREAM. As .butter-making is already one of the principle dependencies of a large number of farmers' families in the State, and as many of these families are comparatively inex perienced in the art of handling milk bo as to secure the largest quantity of cream from it, we give below some experiments in setting milk for cream in deep and shallow pans, together with the practical results ob tained from the same. _We will premise that very much depends upon the handling and setting of the milk, both as to the quan tity and quality of the butter obtained ; also, that owing to the low prices of butter now ruling, and still lower that are likely to follow, it becomes all to b'tudy the greatest economy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 April 1880

SET IN A SILVER SEA! A.ROMANCE BY B. L. FARJEON. ' AUTHOR OF "BLADE 0* GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES." "JOSHUA MARVEL " KING OF NO-LAND," " THE BELLS OF PENRAVEN," ETC. CHAPTER XV. BASF MAKtS A RECORD. "Come, Ranf, set upon paper a sign that shall remain when you have passed away. Those who are too quick of speech, if they are not overburdened by folly, have often reason to wish that they had been born dumb. It is otherwise with me. lam by habit slow with my tongue, having learnt to choose my words by having but rare opportunity to use them. That has been aiy fate, and I do not care to grumble at it ; but having a sense, it is necessary to exercise it if you wish to retain it. Who keeps his eyes closed for a year will be blind when he opens them. One day I may have need to use my tongue to some purpose. This white paper is a companion, this pen my tongue ; I can hear the words 1 traoe. "It is good I had some sort of educa tion. I had time for it, and I acquired it in a singul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 April 1880

THE DAILY: RECORD-UNION. 5ATURDAY..,. ..............APK11. '.'4, IHS». WIRES STILL DOWN. The wires are still down in the Sierras, and no Eastern or foreign dispatches were received last night. THE BEST PAPER. For the home, market, shop, desk, farm, and for the general newspager reader, the Sacra* snto Weekly Union is unquestionably the best paper published on the Pacific coast. There are several reasons for this: - :. A AA77 First—lt is issued in semi-weekly parts, and hence gees to its readers oftener than any other weekly paper. Second— lt brings news fresher of date to its readers. 'J.lKi Third- Each part consists of tight pages, making for each week sixteen pages of matter. Fourth— Kverv department of it is conducted by members of a skilled corps. Fifth — Its management is constantly directing the departments of the paper toward the presentation of the choicest miscellany, the latest news, the progress and development of the State, the material industries of California, the elev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. »ATtUDA¥.................^rui1, 34. . 188*. ... Signal Corps Report— 23, 188*. I XlXia. I BAK THR HUM WlftD Ra'S WEATU. 4:02 1.11.... 30.19 J44 92 E 4 ...Jciear " 'a-m 30.23 50 86 N. 7 '....Clear B*2 A. a 80.25 52 79 If. 8 ....Clear **•« 30.21 . 58 I 53 ' N. 12 ..'Clear B*2 r. *..... '■'"'■'■' | 67 | 62 g. \f. S ....(clear Mm. ther., 60 de?rees. Mm. ther.. 43 degrees. ADVERTISEMENT MEHTIOH. Caledonian Club this evening. Champions Red Cross— Funeral notice. Notic2 to book publishers. Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter to-night. Union Lodes, A. O. U. W. Pioneers to-night. I. O. O. F. — Celebration sixty-first anniversary. Watch-dog for sale. Good Templars to-morrow. Gold locket lost. Excursion Sacramento Stamm, U. O. R. M., pest -10 cd. -AY Class at Kindergarten School. Auction Sales. Sherburn A. Smith. Bell J: Co. Business Advertisements. Raker ft Hamilton — Machinery. W. Wood- Dentist. F. Kunz' Union Non ry. Removed— Jones & Martin. Root, Xcilson ft Co.— Union...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 April 1880

Hh I Daily RECORD-UNION. | PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. Hay is SCO a ton in Sierra valley. Considerable sickness in Sonoma at present. \: ;'J A few cases of pneumonia are reported at San Jose. Eggs are retailing in Woodland for 16 cents per dozen. Six to eight hundred acres of the Mer ced river bottom are planted to cotton this season. The Giant Powder Works at Fleming's Point, near West Berkeley, are being re constructed. The canyon streams of Utah are begin ning to boom and the valleys are threat ened with floods. The Sonoma county treasury paid jurors' fees during the past fifteen months to the amount of $5,020 25. Judge Warner, of Pilot Hill, El Dorado county, Tuesday found an $60 nugget un get under one of his fruit trees. A Woman's Temperance Society, auxil iary to the National organization of the same character, is being formed in San Jose. Although but 650 votes were cast at the recent city election in Santa Rosa, 2-1,000 tickets were printed. A iraction over 3S tickets to each vote...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. CHEERFUL REVELATIONS AS TO FOOD. :'-. George T. Angell read a paper recently before the American Social Science Asso ciation at Boston on " Public Health Asso ciations/ in which he made some startling assertions about the adulteration of food. He said : Cayenne pepper is adulterated with red lead, mustard with chromate of lead, curry powder with red lead, vinegar with sul phuric acid, ■ arsenic and corrosive sub limate. It is stated that probably half the j vinegar now sold in our cities is rank poison. One ot our Boston chemists analyzed twelve packages of pickles, put up by twelve different wholesale dealers, and found copper in ten of them. Many of our flavoring oils, sirups, jellies and ' preserved fruits contain poisons. The adulterations of tea are too numerous to mention. Coffee is not only adulterated, but a patent has been taken out for mold ing chicory into the form of coffee berries, and I am told that clay is now molded, and perhaps flavored with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 April 1880

THE DAILY; RECORD-USIOS. 5AT1VDAT... .. .. .. ...... APKIL 84, I*Bo. PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD UNION. ' END OF THE GEEAT STORM. Serious Outlook in Regard to the Chimehuava Indian Outbreak. SAN JOSE SCHOOL TEACHER SUICIDED. Fatal Ending of a Poker Game in San Bernardino County. * CALIFORNIA. i ;■"■■ ' ' " End or Ihe Great Storm. Georgetown, April 23d. — The storm just j over was the heaviest ever known here. The rainfall to date for the month of April has never been exceeded in any month since ] a record has been kept here — seven years — . amounting to 25 50 inches ; for the season, ; CO inches. Very little damage has been | done so far as heard. Shasta. — sun is shining brightly to- \ day. The rain is from the north. No rail road communication yet. It snowed last night on the mountains. The storm is about over. ' ■':■ ". ■. ".-. Dutch Flat. — The weather is fair. The storm died out last night. Barometer 20.25. The snow is melting rapidly. Rio Vista. —...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 April 1880

DULY I7XIOY BEUE4-fOI.XUX-irO.t7m. DAILY KECOKD SEKIES-TOL.IVI— HO. 3119. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Enter^l at tht Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter |7 PUBLISHED BT THK Sacramento Publishing Company. WSI. H. 51 ILLS, General Manager. cation Ofllce, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KECOBD-rJTIOS fl published crarr day at the weak, Bundles excer-ted Porous rear .' $10 00 For fix month*. 6 Of Vortbroa months • 8 00 tan copies erne /ear, to one address 80 00 Ssbscrtbera serreil b» Carriers at TwmHTT-FrvE Onm per week- In all interior cities and towns the piper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. if e-rsicet and Agent*. Advertising Bates In Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 lime §1 00 One Square, 1 time*. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. , „,,,. ] 60 Each additional time. ..,,... SO I Week. IWeeka. 1 Month Half Square, lit pace (3 60 93 50 #$00 Half Square, M page ISO 6 00 00 Brill Square, 3d page Set 4 SO 6 IX, Half Square, 4th page 100 8 00 4 00 One Square. Ist page...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-TOOK. MOM>AI. •••--- ■ AI'KH. «6, 1880. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Ik New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at 107 /or 4a of 1907; 103} for 6s of 1S81; 1081 tor 4»s; sterling, (4 Es@4 &7J ; silver bars, , 113J ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. ■ Silver in London Saturday,'' 61Jd ; consols, 53 15-10; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 1043; ie, 109}; 4J5.111}.: Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 81 buying, 91j selling. At Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at 10s ld@los 7d for good to choice California. The put has been a dull and uneventful week in mining stocks in the San Francisco market. There was rather more business Saturday, but this was due to the fact {of its teing Saturday, when there are no afternoon sessions. Sierra Nevada and Union Consolidate! were just where they were last Satur day, and neither varied much during the week. The same is substantially true of most of the Comstock shares. Additional par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. M0.\DAV...:.."....::.....ArK1L SO. 188!?. «.£jial Conn Keport— April 25, IMW. TIME. | «AH TUR IU0M; taUiD HAN WIATf). 402 A. «... 30.08 49 :93 | S. 10 ....Fair 7 A. 11...... .50. 11 53 I 80 S. 14 i ....Clear 8:02 A.M..... 30.12 55 74 S. W. 12 .... Clear tr.u........ 30.10 64 i4B S. W. 5 ....Clear 8:02 r. 1i..... 30.08 56 ;75 | S. 0 .'Clear : M«. tber., 65 decrees. Mm. ther.. 47 decrees. Weaklier I'robabtlllie*. WASnisaTos, April 25lh— Midnfcht.— Indications for Pacific coast: Generally clear. aUVCRTISEMENr HSHTIOa.* A and G Companies, Tue.day evening. » Capitol Lod^c,^. O. O. P., to-night. Schiller L.xl;,'B, I. O. O. P., to-night. El lK>rado Lodge, I. O. O. F. Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter, No. 3. ■ Eureka Lodge, I. O. 0. '"-. to-night. Industrial Lodge, I. 0. O. F., to-night. U. A. 0. D., Picnic Sunday. Excursion to Stockton. Bids for Privileges, K. el P. K. of 11., California Lodje, to night. Odd Fellows' Celehralion, to-night. Auction Sale. Sherburn &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORIHJNION. 3105 DAY....' ....••••• APRII. 26, ÜBO. THE MISSOURI CALAMITY. Particulars of tlie Destruction of Marshfield by a Tornado, ADDITIONAL NAMES OF INJUEED. Frightful Loss of life and Property- Partial List of the Killed. [SPJCIAL BY TELEGRAPH TO THE RECORD-USIOH.I St. Louis, April 19th.— The first dispatch direct from Mar.-hrield, received latejto night by the 6'Wxr Democrat, gives the following description of the storm : This town ami county were visited by one of the moat de structive cyclone* on record last evening. After [Mining through severalmileß of country in Christian, Green and Webster counties, destroying everything in its pathway, level b I I "lists, barns, mills and timber, it struck this town about 13:30 o'clock, and eye-wit iPSHeH of the approaching storui say it was a frightful black cloud, lined with fleecy white, funnel-shaped, and moving in the manner of a screw profiler. It moved with wonderful velocity, literally destroying and blowing away e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 April 1880

nu-Y (mov sr.uio »oi.iui-v«,]ii". UAILY KM'OKU SE&IES -VOL. X VI— VO. 84T9. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the PostOfikeat Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento PnMsMiig Company, WI. U. MILL*, General Hunger. rabUeaUon Office, TUrd it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY HEI'OED-rSflOJf If pabliihed erar/darof Uie week. SamUji exeertei FofonejeM • *10 M For ill month*. • o « for three month* 3 OC Ten eoi-ltm one je»r, to one address 80 00 Bsbutiben tenet by Carriers at Twxktt-Fite Oljrra pet weak. In all Interior dtle* and town* the caper can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealers. Kewunen and Agent*. AdvertUlax Bates In Dally UecoriM nlon. One Square, 1 Ume $1 00 One Square, * time*. „... 1 75 One Square, 3 time*. 1 Co Eaoh t^Hl^lnn^l tim* t, , imt.j < _ £C lWeek. JWaeta. 1 Month Half Bqnare, lit p&ge fi 60 (ISO «5 00 Half Square, 3d page SCO 100 8 0C Half Square, 3d page 3 90 « 30 6 0C Half Stsare, 4th page 100 SCO < 00 One Square, Ist pace. S 10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 April 1880

THE DAILY RECOKP-UHIOH. nOUI APRIL X, 18-fO. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at IC7J for 4s of IMf ; 103 for 5a of 1SS1; 108J for 4}s; sterling, $4 tG@4 88; silver bars, 113J ; silver coin, i discount buying, par selling. Silver in London yesterday, 61 Jd ; consols, 9S 15-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 104* ; Is, lO9i;4}s,llU. lit San Francises half dollars arc quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91] selling. AT Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s ld@los 7 1 for .'id to choice California. Mixing stocks opened rather weak in San Francis co yesterday morning. Nearly every stock called closed a little off from the rates at the end of last week. Both Mexican and Ophir fell below the $10 mark for the first time in two weeks. It will be re membered that $:) 37i is the lowest for Mexican in a long time. Ophir at $9 37} is lower than it was at the date referred to, aud of course lower than it has been in a long time. The nver wag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 April 1880

THE DAILY : RECORD-TOON. TCE5nAY............:......A1*E1L 21. 188«. ,»isnttl «-«.rits Urporl— 23, 1880. TUII. | HAS illlß UCMI »1M) RAH WRATH. 4.02 A. M 30.10 ; 47 i 92 S. E. 4 [.... Clear Ta.m 30.14 50 ■<■> 8. E. 4 ....'foggy 8.-02 a. X..... 30.15 ' 53 83 '.S. E. 4 .... Fuggy 2P.M.. ..30.08. C 4 : 5S i N. ■ .Clear 8:02 ?. 11..... 20.04 !Cl 82 '8. W. 4 .... Clear Mai. ther., 07 deKr^s. Mia. then, 46 decrees. . , I • . AJiVZIBTIBEMENT MBKUUiX. Metropolitan Theater — Capital C'itys. British M. B. S. S. to-night. Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter No. S. Compnjr a drill. Imp. O. It. SI. picnic Position as housekeeper wanted. Baritone born (orstle. Business Advertisements. Wanted to barrow $300. Want*d-52,000. Ice— Mountain ice. Criterion dry (roods store. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BOARD OF CITY TRUSTEES. The Board of City Trustees met yesterday with all the members present. John A. Cunningham, Chief Engineer of the Water Work?, reported that the number of gallons of water pumped last week w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 April 1880

;THE:I)AILYRECORD-UyiON. : TUESDAY ....'- .'.-..; •--••• -APRIL 27. l>Bo. SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [From our San Francisco exchanges of April 2Cth.} - Duties paid at the Custom-house Satur day were $11,553 12, . making a total of §280,224 50 for the mouth. The Sin Francisco Schuetzen Verein com menced its twenty-second annual shooting festival yesterday at Alameda Schuetzen Park. The steamer Alaska, which arrived yes terday, twenty-six days from Panama and way ports, brought 60 ' cabin ' passengers and 57 in the steerage. .In the Police Court to-day, William Du;."_'an, convicted of having disturbed the peace, in having ■ called for cheers at the time of the killing of Charles De Young on Friday night, was sentenced •to pay a tine of §100. \ By the close. of this week the 3,000 caiiaea inherited by the eight General De partments of the Superior Court will have been called for trial since the Court was organized and an opportunity given for the trial of each case. George Wedtkind has g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 April 1880

DAILY r\IOV BERIF* VOL.H.IX-10. 17477. DAILY KECOUD SKiUES-VOL.XYI— ««. *479. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THB Sacramento Publishing Company. VS. H. miXS, Ceneral Manager. Pcbli cation Office, Third it., bet. J and K. l-;'' : ' ■ THE DABT BECOKD-OTIOS (ipnbllihad rrery <Uf at tie week. Sandaji ezcerted. Wot one, •"> « Vorilx monthi. •.■•••......■•... SOC £orthrso month* IOC ton ooplM oaa 7«u. to ons ad'lreM 80 00 Bat*eriben •erred b» Carriers at Twihtt-Ftvi Czim per weak. 1° all Interior cities and toimt the juper can be h*d of the principal Periodical Dealers, fiemmen and A«en«- Advertlnlnx Bates la Dally liecord-Eulon. One Square. 1 time *1 00 One S-juare. 1 times. 1 75 DDeSqture, 3 time*. I to Each additional time... ■ 60 lWeek. SWaeki. 1 Month Half Hqoaie, lit pate $2 50 (3 60 $5 00 Half Square, 3<l page 3 60 « 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 68 i SO £ 0C Hair Square, 4th page 100 a 00 4 C'j One Squa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 April 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-DHJOM. TT1251 Xfc*i»AY ■■....■■APKIL2S. ISfll. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 107 for is of 1907 ; 103 j for 53 of 1881; Joßj for 4}s; ateriiujf, 54 tsJ@l SBJ ; silver bars, 113 i ; silver coin, } discount billing, par Belling. Silvxr to London yesterday, 61 15-10 d ; consols, 99 3-16; i per cent. United States bonds, 105'; is, 109* ; 1111. Is Sin Fraucisoo half dollars arc quoted at par; Mexican dollars, SI buying-, 91} celling. , At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s llii -»10s Ed for good to choice Califor. U. 11l the San Frineisue share market yesterday there was quite a decline in all Coins v>ck stocks. The prices were the lowest they have been for months, and in some cases the lowest for years. Compared with the sales on the 26'.h there was a decline of $1 in Utah, $1 371 iv Sierra Nevada. $1 25 in Union Consolidated, *1 121 in Mexican, $1 75 in Ophir, $1 in Best k Belcher, and from IS cents to 75 cents in...

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