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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 April 1891

2 THE SUNDAY IX! ON. St NDAT VTItIL 5, 1801 ISSUED BY THE* SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY iHXice, Ttiliil Street, Brtweea J-aiwl K. THE DAILY KECORD-UXIOX, (Six l'ujiisi, Published six duys In enoh week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Bight Pa^es), Published every (Sunday morning, making a splendid skven-day paper. For .one- year „ „..- $><? 00 For six raonfis . -.'? 00 ; For three uxsnths 1 JO Subscribers served by Currier* »ti Fifteen Cents, per week. In all interior cities und ' townr me j>iipt-r can be bad of tbe principal l't-riodirail I>talerp. Newsmen and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served t>y Curriers • At Twkxtv-kivk Cknts per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is the cheap* st iuid most desirable Homo, News and Literary Journal published on the Paciiie Ooast. The Wkkkly Union per year $1 50 The Sunday Union alone per year X 00 All these publications are sent either by !M:illor Kxpress to agents or single subscribers, ' with charges prepaid. Ail Postmasters are ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 April 1891

THE SENATORS WERE BEATEN. But They Still Hold the Lead in the League Race. The Local Management Blames Um pire Bowman-Two Games to be Played To-day. Ex-catcher Bowman says he will never umpire a ball game again, after his ex perience as referee during yesterdaj*'s contest between the San Jose and Sacra mento clubs. The audience hissed him, McCloskey and his team howled at his decisious, and the visiting combination on several occasions interposed noisy protests. Sacramento was beaten, and the mana ger attributes the defeat to Bowman's oil colored umpiring, which, he declares, was intentional. In tho first place, was the umpire's judgment on balls and strikes good? The question will be readily answered in the negative, and rightly so. But did it aiiect the Sacramento club to a greater extent than the Garden City men? Impartial judges will certainly say no. It is true that strikes were called half a dozen times on the Sacramento batters when the ball did not come over the plate, and W...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 April 1891

4 WAKEMAN'S WANDERINGS. Bleat Hills of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Descriptive of the Old Home of the Brontes, the Ancient Town and Cluirch of Haworth, and of tlio "Wild and Desolate Surrounding of Yorkshire Moors. [Special Correspondence of the Sxtnday Uniox. Copyright, 1891.1 Hawortu, England, March 20, 1891. In the entiro history of the relation of "woman to English literature there cannot bo found anything like the same winsome, If somewhat melancholy, interest th;it will always cling to the irreproachable nann, the obscure surroundings and the extra ordinary personality of the author of *'Jane Eyre." Because of this Haworth, though inter esting for little else than once having been the home of the Bronte family, is worth going a long way to see. And it is a long and a dreary way one has to come. Perched up here among the bleak hills of tho Wast Riding of Yorkshire alongside the moors and fells of Lancashire, the place is almost as unknown and inacces sible M the grave of Byro...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 April 1891

THIRTY YEARS AGO. The Coloma Juryman Who Wanted to Adjourn the Court. A Californlan Abroad, and Ills Yearn ing for the Golden Shores— A Day's Work for the Coroner. A correspondent of the Sunday Union, writing from Carson City, New, under (lite of March 31st, relates the following <i>isode, which occurred in Judge John son's court in Coloma, El Dorado County, in the long ago: Heading your notes under "Thirty Years Ago" bring*! to mind many of the pleasurable and amusing incidents of the curly days of California. Milt. Elstner, Who was* ono among the many cheerful and joke-enjoying fellows of those days, always enjoyed a joke, even if he was the subject thereof, and sometimes would take dangerous chances in giving a joke n start. i bere were very few persons, if any, Hying in El Dorado in those days who did not know lion. James Johnson, who for many years was County Judge of that county. He had many eccentricities, and his keen sense of honor, his faithful ad herence to duty and...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 April 1891

6 IN RELIGION'S REALM. Expressions from the Various Religious Newspapers. Tho ReHgrions Thought of the Day as Expressed In the Sectarian Press- Some Matters of Interest to Both Ministers and Laymen. The Central Christian Advocate (Meth.) Bays of the New Orleans massacre: "There is much to plead in mitigation of the outbreak of public sentiment which advises such a proceeding. We stand by our former declarations on this subject. It is the merest folly to talk about the sacredness of law when the courts and Juries are used as instruments to protect the guilty. There is no mob law of the kind thai usurped authority in New Or leans where justice can be had In the courts. The only question under the cir cumstances is whether the proceeding should stop where it is." The Standard (Bapt.) says : "The tele graphic reports of the doings of that law less mob in New Orleans appear to justify its awful deeds by dwelling upon such facts as that the great crowds of people <siine together in Bro...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 April 1891

THE FEATHERSTONE DIAMOND. BY THOMAS KKYWORTH. It is well to be famous for something: so my friends often told me, and then thoy added that I was famous for my paper knife. This gave rise to a question which produced considerable contro versy at the time: "Is a fact like that conclusive proof of the paper knife being extraordinary, or may it mean that the owner is insignificant?" I hope I took the banter in good part. Bowman said it was capital fun, and Sweopstono said anything would produce mirth if properly treated, and others made similar remarks, as they enjoyed tho laughter which was produced. The men who wero most thin-skinned were readiest with their jokes, so I looked upon it as a compensation and tried not to begrudge them their amusement. Bowman would have it that I had stolen tho paper knife, and Sweepstono hinted something about a still moro seri ous crime being connected with it. Then there were roars of laughter, which would have put a light heart into a hypochon driac....

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 5 April 1891

8 KEWEAH COLONY. They Send a Long Message to Sec retary Noble, ASKING HIM TO DISMISS THE CASES AGAINST THEM. The Matter Referred to Land Commis sioner Carter, with Instructions to Acquaint Himself with the Exact situation ana Facts— The Secretary says the Sequoia Park Must bo Pro tected From Inroads of Settlers. Special to the BOXDXY Uniox. Washington, April 4.— J. J. Martin, one of the trustees of the Keweah Colony, pent a long message to-day to Secretary Noble containing over 600 words, asking thnt the cases wherein members of the colony are charged with destroying lum ber in the Sequoia Park reservation be dismissed. He refers to Special Agent Caldwell of the Government Land ofiice in very bit ter terms, ami denounces his report as a species of persecution, and insists that if the officials knew all the circumstances connected With the matter the colonists would not be forced to appear in court, nor could they ex perience any trouble in getting a title lbr the land they have lo c...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 6 April 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.--NO. 37. QUIETED DOWN. Tranquillity Prevails Throughout the Coke Regions. AN EFFORT TO RESUME WORK TO BE MADE TO-DAY. A Chlcajro Tenement House the Scene of a Murderous Fight Between Two Italian "Women, in Which One of the Participants is Almost Carved in Pieces "With a Butcher Knife. Rporial to the Record-Union. Scottdale, (Fa.), April s.—The utmost tranquillity prevails throughout the coke region to-day. Tho strikers generally spent their timo in discussing the situa tion. The bringing here of the militia has certainly restored quiet. It is reported that several of the collieries in the region will make strenuous efl'orts to resume work this week. The labor leaders state that they are fully fortified for a continuance of the atruggle and the strikers are receiving a liberal distribution of the defense fund. A conference of operators and miners to abridge tlie vexed difficulties is one of the probabilities of this week. Late to-nighj, great excitement was created by r...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 6 April 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION ISSUED i'Y THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY OHlcc, Third Street, lletAveen J and IC. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. (Six Pages), Published six days In each .vcek, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a spleudld seven-day paper. For one year $G 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carrier at Fifteen Cents per week. In nil interior cities und towns tiie paper can be had of tlie principal Periodical 3>enlers, Newsmen ami Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carriers at T .venty-ei ye darts per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is tlie cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year $1 50 The Sunday Union alone per year 1 00 All-these publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single subscrib ers with charges prepaid. All I'ost mast ers are -gents. The best advertising mediums on the Pacific Coast. Entered ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 6 April 1891

POOR BALL PLAYING. The Local Giants Handle Their Clubs Like Toothpicks. They are Mado Very Grocery in tha First Round, and Knocked Out in the Second. The San Jose team rolled the Sacra mentos over In the iirst game yesterday, and then stamped all over them in the m oond. The home team was completely at tlie mercy of both the visiting pitchers, and could not hit tlie ball effectively, tn nearly every instance that their 'oats con nected with the sphere it was a case of pop-fly, or an easy grounder, knocked right into an inncldcr's hands. Harper pitched for San Jose in tho first game, and France for the Sacramentos. The score was tied in the sixth inning, the clubs having mado two runs each. The seventh inning, however, found Manager Finn's men hitting hard and scoring, and before three outs were made three men had crossed the plate. No more runs were made alter this by either side, and the game resulted in a victory for the visitors by a score of 5 to 2, Five scattered hits were made...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 6 April 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. S_L< HAM 1 _ Nl.) M Al. X ET. S.u i;.\Mi.N_'o, April Ith. FRUlT—Lemons—Sicily, $6 sog 7 -. box; California, $3 :.">._ ■! 50; Limes. S9@. 50 t lxi\: si SO r' 100; I'.aiianas, 82 ;".<>•*'■* 50 *c bunch for Is!:.ml; Coco:.nuts. ST _8, California Oranges- Los Angeles, $ 1 75@_ fibox: River side, $2&2 50 "r iiox; flo Navels, _•:. 7..@_ r>o r box; afandarins, $1 25 fl box; Pineapple-, 60c -•-**--i 1; ST ~r< dozen: Apples—Spltzenberg, 92 •- >.'ci>.' ;.> r ; box; Rhode island Greenings, *■ !5 f iios: mixed varieties, $1 75@_i %» box; rear.-. §1 25@2 9 box. (ANN ED >.' '< >I>.. Astor ted table, #2@2 10; Apples, f] 80; Apricots, $ J 90: Blackberries, $1 ur,; Cherries, §:. H/.j.:' <"0; Currants, ■2 2:,; Goo_eberri_-, Sl M-<§.l 90; Muscat Qnapes.fl r.".u 60; E-nms.fl UO; Quinces, fl B5; Raspberries, $_" TO; Strawberries, f2 To. BREADSTUFFS—Ftonr, f_ 50 is bbl; Oat meal. 10-*» sacks, ie - r i Dt; f3 80 _ 100-lb sai-ks; Oornmeal. whil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 6 April 1891

RELICS OF THE PAST. Edward Stockton's Old Grist-Mill by the American River. Kulus that Excite the Curiosity of Visitors—Flourishing Institu tion Forty Years Ago. Visitors to the Folsom Prison are often beard to inquire the character of the old stone ruins that stand on the north bank of the American River, where it dashes and roars through tho rocky gorge in that vicinity, but none except tho pioneers of lA-lsom—or thoso who had sought and obtained from them the history of the ruins—have been able to explain. The Folsom Telegraph tells the story of how those old walls of granite got there, and in a very interesting way : "On a recent trip along the American Hiver we stopped to examine the old mill that was erected there abont 1851 by Ed ward Stockton. At one time it was an imposing looking building, and there ■were several other bonses near it. Now there is nothing left of it but the four stone walls, the woodwork having gone to decay or else been carried away years n_ro. Ou the ban...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 6 April 1891

6 AGRICULTURAL LEGISLATION. The Late Session of Congress and the Farmers. I_aw Makers Show a Heady Disposition to Meet tho *\Vi.shes of Their New Masters—Mr. "Hayseed" Becoming a Very Important Person in tlio United States. [Special eorrespondeuce of F.ecokb-UniO-..] WAsinxriTOX, March 90,1891. Short as the last session of Congress was, its legislation significantly rellects the "Farmers' Insurrection" of last No vember at the polls. There are nowadays but two ways of bringing a quick snd effective pressure to bear upon Congress. One is by plat forms ur resolutions of great popular con ventions; the other hy a withdrawal of bal lots from the established political parties ami the massing of them in behalf of some special class or interest. Of the two, the latter mode has the greater po tency. Of legislation in absolutely new fields. connected with the agricultural interests, the record of the short session is naturally meager. Time was not available to enact many important measures i...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 April 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.-NO. 38. EASTERN HAPPENINGS. Nine People Lose Their Lives in a Fire in Pennsylvania. SPRECKELS AND THE SUGAR TRUST COME TO AN AGREEMENT. The Attempt of a Number of Italians OfToi_n~ to "Work ln the Packlng- Houses in Kansas Ctty, Which Have Boon Shut I>own on Account of a Strike, Caused a Small-Sized Riot. Special to the Record-Union. _-U)__l_____s_t iPa.), April C—A large frame structure belonging to John V. Smith, occupied as a tea and coffee store, millinery store, and the upper portion used as a residence by E. J. Keene and an Italian family, was burned late last night. Nine persons lost their livee. There have been nine bodies found at the fire in the millinery store. Only two were recognized. They were Mr. Keene and his son. One hundred and fifty thousand dollars in gold, supposed to have belonged to Italians, were found in the ruins. The conclusion is that the Italians became confused and could not find the stairway, thus losing their lives. The lire broke out...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 April 1891

2 DAILY BECORD-UlSnoy TUESDAY APRIL 7, 1891 ISSUED BY THK SACRAMENTO POBLISHIN G COMPAUY Office, Third Street, Between J andJK. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. (Six Pages), Published six days in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Rages), Published every Sunday morning; making a splendid seven-day paper. For one year $6 00 For six months .... 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carrier at Fifteen Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carriers at Twenty-five Cents per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year $1 r>o The Sunday Union alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mvi I or Express to agents or single subscrib ers with charges prepaid. All Post must-i --are agents. The best advertising mediums on the Pacl...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 April 1891

ALL WANT A RAILROAD. Residents Along Twenty-First Street Who Favor Street Cars. rhe Subject Consldored by tho City Trustees— Some Routine Busi ness Transacted. Trustee Conklin was not able to be present at the meeting of the Board of City Trustees yesterday, on account of illness. Action was deferred on several matters on account of his absence. A communication was received from Police Judge Cravens notifying tix' board of the recent Act of the -_egislature, by Which tbe clerks of Police Courts in cities having a population of between twenty and thirty thousand, wore entitled to a salary of §150 per month, and also stating that he had appointed Alex Dunn to the position. Trustee McLaughlin wanted to know whethef or not tlie board had to confirm the appointment. The Mayor had not studied the law in the premises, and action on the matter was laid over for one week. Heretofore tbe Clerk of the Police Court has received only a portion of the fines as compensation for ins services. STKKK...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 April 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. SACBAMENTO, April 6tll. FRUlT—Lemons—Sicily, £6 5067 f box; California. S:> 75@4 "><»' Limes, $9@9 50 ft -i 50« 100: Bananas, S2 Sow:? 50 •*•»■ bnneh for Island: Cocoa nuts. S7 (3 8; California Oranges—Lus Angeles, Sl 70#2 y box; River side. B:.'('.'.-2 50 V box: do Navels, $3 75@4 50 *,-' imx; -Mandarins, $1 25 y box; Pineapples, oo<- each; ST n dozen; Apples—-Splt__e_-_-rg, $-' 25^2 75 r'.iox: Rhode Island Greenlngß, $■-'<"■_ .J 5 9 box; mixed varieties, §1 75#2 <P bos: Pears, 81 25@2**«box. < 'ANN i-:i> < ;< k ,D&—Assorted table, 82<g,2 10; Apples, $1 60; Apricots, fi 90: Blue __ berries, fl ;»..; Cherries, $2 io(s>2 00; Currants. 82 2.'>; C.oo-eiierries, Sl «o@l 90; Muscat <'rapes, $1 5591 oO; Plums. fl 150; Quinces, £1 95; Raspberries, 82 7o; Strawberries, 92 70. BKEADSTUFFS—FIour, Sl 50 **. bbl: Oat meal, 10-tr. Backs, le V ft ': WBO r- 100-lb sacks; Cornmeal, white, 82 25 ft 104bsacks; ... low, 82 ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 April 1891

FIFTY CENT LIMIT. The Governor Has a Hard Time Keep ing Within it. no Does It by Eliminating Various Appropriations—He Gives His Reasons for His Action. Yesterday was the last one on wbich Governor Marl-ham could, by appending his signature, give legality to bills in his Possession pawed by the last Legislature. It was a busy day in the Executive office, as he had to give audience to a number of members of tbe Legislature and others wbo wished to present arguments in sup port of measures in which they were in terested. There were forty-four unsigned bills in all, and he attestod his signature to twenty of them. Police Judge Cravens, City Attorney Hart and several other Saeratnentans urged the Governor to sign the gambling license bill, but they wore disappointed. Tho following wore the only ones that received his approval: A. 15. 717. For the relief of Agnes Lynch. (Signed on condition tbat the money shall be invested tothe best ad vantage-, the interest to be used for her support.)...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 7 April 1891

6 THEY ARE SADLY NEEDED. Improvements at the County Jail and Dispensary Ordered. The Supervisors Sco the Necessity and Tako the -*• Record-Union's" Ad vice—Other Business. Two or three months ago the Board of Supervisors' attention was called to the necessity of various improvements at the County Jail, and at the City Dispensary. But this was not the first time this same subject bad been referred to the board by any means. At all events, the matter was taken up and seriously discussed. A resolution was prepared favoring the improve ment.- needed, and Mr. Bates was to have Introduced it at the February session of the board. But he didn't. At the next session another attempt was made to have something done, and nothing re sulted. A proposition had been brought before the board to the effect that im provements were needed at the Comity Hospital, ami while tlie Supervisors thought that this should be attended to right away, Ihey did not consider that the jail and dispensary improvements...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 8 April 1891

VOLUME _LXXXI.--:S.O. 39. EASTERN ELECTIONS. Exciting Contest in Chicago for the Office of Mayor. CREGIER (DEM.) ELECTED BY A SMALL PLURALITY. The Remainder of the Offlces About F.venly Divided Between Straight Republicans and l>eiiioerats—The Women Vote at the City Elections Held Throughout Kansas-The Re publicans Generally Victorious. Fpcclal to the "Recoi.d-Uniot.. Chicago, April 7.—To-day has been the most exciting election held in Chicago for many years, and according to returns at midnight, Hempstead Washburne, Re publican leader in the Mayoralty fight, is on top by a safe plurality. The Demo crats bad a formidable split in tlieir ranks in the independent candidacy of ex- Mayor Harrison, while the Republicans were no better off, owing to the "Citi- Z'-n's" movement, headed by Elmer Washburn. Both x arter Harrison and Flmer Wash burn, particularly the former, polled a voie amazing to the straight party poli ticians. Harrison is said to have had the secret support of a large ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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