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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 May 1880

TEE DAILYdtECOIID-UNlblX. ti:iwdav........~....."- '"■■: MAY is. >» ; ■ NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at lO7J fur 4s of 1907; 103 for 5s of 1881 ; .1031 for 4js; sterling, ft 86J<?4 83}; silver bare, 114J ; silver coin, J discount buying, |ar selling. ' Silver in Loudon yesterday, 52JJ ; ". consols, 99 5-18; & per cent. United States bonds, 105; 4s, 10»«; 111 - ..." In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par : Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91} selling. I At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at lCs SJlOs 01 for good to choice California. The mining share market was fairly active in San Francisco yesterday morning, but prices at the close of last week were scarcely sustained. The changes sines Saturday were nut important, and were mostly in the minor key. At the Informal session in the afternoon there was an upward movement in some of the north end stocks. Sierra Nevada got up to 917, and Union Consolidated rose to $12, with fr...

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. — 18 May 1880

THE DAILY. RECORD-UNION. T¥E5»AV.......... ........... MAY 18. I KM. -is :; . I torpi. i:i|,uri Way 11, i-sp. tint. I hah iruHiuuvi WLSU IKA'N WKATII. i."02 A. *..... 30.18 46 :921 8. E.4J:... Clear 7A. H 30.21 55 81 S. E. 4;... .' dear 8:02 A.M..... 30.22 ■■ 60 71 S. E. 3 ....Clear ■8P.M........ 30.16 , 64 ' 43 N. W. 7 .... Clear 8:02r.M 30.13 'CO| 71 I S. 6!....1C1ear Mix. ther., 65 dezroes. Mm. ther., 45 dfcjfrec*. ASTEKTiSEKEKT UKNTIOB. Chautiuqua Literary anil Scientific Circle to-night. Caledouian Club - Regular meeting tonight. Auction Sales. Bell 4 Co. to-day - 10:30 a. m. D. J. Simmons — Contents of country store, M. J. Simmons— uses and lota. Business Advertisements. AniTJtil target piactice— Co. G, First Artillery. Seaside hotel, Santa Cruz -For sale or rent. Lost— Pockttbook with monef. Lost— Plaus and ppeeifications of Cole Bros. Sacramento Bank— Money loaned, etc lluiiO3 to loan— Sacramento Bank. Annual examination— City school*. Sacramento Uussars, Attention— To-night...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 18 May 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. = TUESDAY. .J.". 1...... MAY 18. 1880. THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. Monday, May 17th. Department No. '2. . ";.". Court met pursuant to adjournment. Present — J. D. Thornton, J., presiding ; M. H. Myrick, J.; J. R. Sharpstein, J.; C. N. Post, Deputy Clerk ; Perrie Kewen, Bailiff. 8914 Buell vs. Mount Auburn Gold Quartz Min ing Company— Appeal dismissed on stipulation on, file herein. 6466— Hemme vs. Hayes — Argued by Armstrong for appellant, and vines for respondent, and cause submitted. 6847— Beeson vs. Green Mountain Mining Com pany—Argued by Cope for appellant, Vanel for re spondent, and pending argument Court adjourned. 6070 — Maud ts. Wear. — Judgment reversed ar-d cause remanded with directions to the Superior Court of Kern couuty to allow the defendants to de mur to or answer the complaint of plaintiff within ten days after being notified that the remittitur herein has been filed in said Superior Court. ' SHARPSTEIN, J. THORNTON. J. ROSS, J., concurring. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 May 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY CXKBY SEttIF.S-tOL.XLIT— SO. I*ll. DAILY UMBt SEIUES-YOL.XTI— SO. 3419. THE -DAILY RECORD-UNION.' .. ' Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second da» matter PUBLISHED BY THK ■ Sacramento Publishing Company. WH. H. HILLS, General Manner r. rablteatlcn Olliee, Third at., bet. A and K. THE DAILY HEIOUD-OflOS ii published every ot tbe week. Sandaj, excepted I for one rear $10 0C or six m0nth5....................... ........... 5 0G rocthreu months „.,, 3OC ten copies one roar, to one address 8000 Subscribers .erred b» Carriers at Twkbtt-Titi Purrs per week- In all Interior cities and town, the fipex can be bad of tbe principal Periodical Dealers, vsmen and Amenta Advertising Gates la Dally Beeord-ITnlon. One Square, 1 lime. , fl 00 One Square, 1 times. 1 75 One Square, S time 5....,,..., J Co- Bach additional time. GO ' _ „„ lWeek. 1 Weeks. IMonth Half Square, Lit mm $2 60 $3 50 (i 00 Half Square. 24 page 3 50 6 00 (00 Half Square, 3d page 80...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 May 1880

I THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. IFKIMbdMI — MAT is, I**o. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Ik New York yesterday Government bonds were - quoted at 101 tor 4s of 1907; IC3J for 5s of 1881 ; '. lOOJ for 4Js ; sterling, t'. •■■ -t 89$; silver bars, I 114} ; silver coin, J discount buying, jar selling. Silver in London yesterday, 52Jd ; consols, 99 5-16 ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105$ ; 4s, 109}; lis, 111. In San iji/aiicisos half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 93 buying, 91 selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 19s ©109 6d for good to choice California. Tuers was a regular old-fashioned send-off in the San Francisco stock market yesterday morning. The whole Comstock list was raised from five cents to So pep share, is compared with the best rates Monday morning. This advance raises the nominal market value of the Comstock lode upwards of 83,0.0,000 of the price at which the same shares were rated Monday noon. It is proposed at Stockton to build a narrow-gauge railroad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 May 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDXE*DAT.....;....::.;...MAY;i9.t1«80J . "Usual Corps Report- Mar 18, 1880. ' lUIS. I (At THR HUM WIMI KA M WKATH. I | ■ i 1.02 a.m.... 30.14 ! 50 ! 86 S. E. C;...JClear 7a.m....... 30.1G , 59 TO S. E. 6 ....Clear 8:02 A.M..... 30.17 a 72 S. E. 4!... .'Clear !p.«........ 30.14 171 49 N. W. 4 ....'Clear 8:02 P. ii..... 30. 08 01 68 VS. W. 6:. ...'Fair Mix. th<r., 73 decrees, ilin. tier.. 48 dtjfrees. Weather Probabilities. Washisctox, May 18th— ilidnij;ht.-For Pacific toast, in southern portion, dear, partly cloudy ; in northern portion, cloudy, with rain. -yy^' —^ — ■ — ■ ~ " " , 4.DVERTISEMEHT MERTIOd. - Notice to creditors-Eitate of Ottilie Huckman. flussars' Urjret practice Thursday. Improved Order of Bed Men, Owosso Tribe, to might. F. and A. M., Union Lodjre, meets to-night. Spe ciuJ. «j ■> "''■ Auction Sales. By D. J. Simmons & Co , dry goods, at 10:30 A. M. to-day. By Sherbnm 4 Smith, at 10 a. ii. to-day, over Well ■, Fanro & Co.'g ufflc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 19 May 1880

THE IUILY RECORD-UNION. WEDNESDAY ..MAT 19. ISM. PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. Vegetables of all kinds are now plentiful in the Salt Lake market. Two small girls are in the Oakland City Prison under care of : the prison-keeper. The mothers are in prison as common drunkards. The indications are that Great Salt Lake, Utah, will contain :at least a foot more water than it did last season, and bathing will be much better. ' .';■"; The ghost supposed to haunt the Capitol Square, at Carson, Nev., and push a lawn mower about j on the grass, turn 3 out to be nothing more than an open faucet, and the running waters ' sounded • so ' much like a lawn mower in . motion that people who passed the place at midnight, stopped and peered into the darkness to ascertain who was out working at so unseasonable an hour. An Oregon man is the possessor of a cow and a pup about six months old which have developed a. singular fondness for each other. - The pup leaves home every morn ing with the cow and remains with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 20 May 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY. COTOV SERIES .OL.ItU-XO, 7477. DAILYKECORD S_ttlE.S-VOL.XTI— lift*. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY TH* Sacramento Mlishing Company. WSJ. H. MILLS, General Manage r. rnbUcatlon Office, Third st., bet. J tind _. TnE DAILY KF.< OBD-rXIOX lapabll__d aaan dar of the week, Sundaji excepted. Jor one nr—... '.'. • »10 0C of aire months. ••••• 6 OC forUtne month* ■•.••««•«••..•• 3 0C __ oopies one teas, to one address 80 00 Subscribe— se— br Carrie— at Twairrr-FITI Oiirm per veer. In all Interior cities and town, the Daunt can be had of toe principal Periodical Dealers. Bewmmea and Agent*. Advertising Kates In Dally Ueeord-Cnlon. One Square. 1 time ........................... $1 00 One Square. 1 Wines. 1 75 One Square, 3 times. , , , , ] £0 ___ additional time. , £0 ' lWeek. I Weeks. 1 Month Hall Square, lit page $3 60 $3 50 $5 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 g 00 8 00 Halt Square, 3d ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 20 May 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOS. TUI'BsBAT ............MAT 20. 18<«J. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 107 for Is of 1907; IC3J for 5s of 1881 ; 100 for 4J« ; sterling, £1 S6J(&4 89} ; silver bars, 1141 ; silver coin, J discount buying:. I at" selling. ' Silver in London yesterday, 53 3-16 d ;' consols, 99 6-16 ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105 J ; 4s, 1093; 4.8, 111. Is San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 93 buying, 94 selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s SSIGs 61 for good to choice California. There was a tumble in mining shares at San Francisco yesterday from the boom of Tuesday, and every stock on the list was reduced in price. Two bridges on the South Pacific Coast Railroad -were damaged by fire yesterday, in one case delay ing the trains a few hours. At Goshen, Or., yesterday. Miss Morgan was probably fatally injured in a runaway accident. Gold has been discovered a few miles above Port...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 20 May 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-TOOK THCRSOAY.Y.:.';..-....: .MAT 80. 1888.' <Ug»«l Corps fteporl— May 19, 188*. TIMK. I «AX THR HUM WIND IraN U'BATH. : ' 1 j ! : i i 4M2 A. *..... 30.05 js6' 81 1 S. 3 ....Clear 7A. a 30.09 !60i 74 ] S. 4 .... Clear 8:02a.m 30.09 70 i6l j S. 2 ....'Clear 2P. U .30.02 77 46 S. W. 5 .... Clear 6:02 r. M..... ,29.67 ' 66 | 74_J_ 3. 8 [....■Clear Mix. Oxer., 78 dejtree*. Mm. ther., 54 dfci?reei. ■ iDVEaTISEMEHT JtENTIOH. K. of H.— Unity Lodge to-night. Eureka Club picnic. May 23d. Stock ho; 3 (or Grangers' store Blacksmith's shop (or sale— Carl Strobel. K. of K. C— Sacramento Commandery to-nijht. Kcnic Sacramento Uossarß— Richmond Grove to day. Picnic of the British Mutual Society. May 24th. Odd Fellows' r-ienic chin to Arcade Grove. Privilege bids for Odd Fellows' picnic. Catholic Picnic Committee tonight. Business Advertisements. Spring clothing at Lithauer Oregon kidney tea. Bristol's Sarsaparilla. Pandora's Sozodout. Grocers— Late arrivals— Hall, Luhrs & Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 20 May 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THCBSDAY ■■ :; ■ . ■■ •• •• -■• -MAT 20. 1880. THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. . -, Wednesday, May 10 th. Department So. 1. • Court met pursuant to adjournment. Present— E. W. McKinstrv. J., presiding; S. B. McKee, J.; V.. M. Boss, J.: Frank W. Gross, Clerk ; Henry C. linkler, Bailiff. r ■ XXX'--. _j v 6810— Montgomery vs. Specht et al.— Argued by Belcher for appellant and Hart for respondent, and submitted. -. Poulson vs. Hoskins— Cause submitted by Edgerton on behalf of appellant on points and au thorities on file. Argued by Hart for respondent a-d Judgment affirmed. 6215— _ juernia savings and Loan Society vs. Den nis Jordan— Judgment reversed and cause remanded —McKee, J. Roes, J., and McKinstry, J., concur ring. Reclamation District No. 124 vs. Coghill— Argued by A. L. Hart for appellant and Belcher for respondent, and submitted, with ten days to each aide to file briefs. ■ Adjourned until to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Department Ho. 1. Court met pursuant ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 May 1880

DAILY VSIOS «F.KIFS-*01.1T.11-JfO. 74T7. DAILY RECORD S-__E_ -TOL. XTI-XO. ****. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office « Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY TH_ Sacramento Publishing Company. I JTU. H. -IIU, General Manager. raMlealla- Ofllee, Third at* bet. J and K. THB DAILY BECOBD-CB-Oir Cipab-ihad every -wr of the week. Su-daji excepted. Vor one year .......$lO OC wot six month— • SOO | tori-roe months 3 00 Van eoples one re— to one addn— * SO 00 Sn-Mriben •erred b» farriers at TwaaTl-Trvx OUTTS pat weak. In all Interior dtls* and towns the paper can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealer*. Newsmen a od A <e_t_ Advertlsl-2 Bales la Daily Uerord-Cnioo. One Square, 1 time..... $1 00 One Square, J times. , „ I 75 One are, 3 times. •.••••......••......,,,,. 1 60 Bach additional lima. - (0 lWeek. 1 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square. lit pace $5 50 |3 GO $5 60 Half Square, 3d fag- 60 a 00 100 Half Square, 3d pace IN 4 60 6 00 Half Saaan, 4th pace 100 00 4 00 One...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 May 1880

THE DAILY* RECORD-UNION; 'rkiuAT..... .......... ---f- MAY 21 * 1830. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Is New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at ivn'torlsot 1907; 103J for 5s of 1881 ; 1091 for 4is ; sterling, $4 86104 Sflj; silver bars, 114J ; silver coin, i discount buying, i ar selling. Silver in j London yesterday, 53Jd ; consols, 99 1-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105} ; 4s, 1003; 4}s, 111. : Is San Francisoo half dollars are quoted at par Mexican dollars, 93 buying, 94 selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 10s 1<»109 Ad for good to choice California. Tint condition of the stock market 'in San Fran cisco } csterday morning was quite the reverse of Wednesday morning. Then values were on the downward grade, nearly all of the Comstocks closing at lower figures than at the opening. Yesterday the closing prices were invariably higher than the open ing rates. Tub Thomas Corwin left Mare Island yesterday with supplies for the ice bound whalers in the Arctic reg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 May 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. fuii>at:;:V..::.:.....v;..;:.:jiay 21. IliSO. Mtii.-.: Corp* Uepori— May 20,* USD. , TIMS. I HA* TbK HUM tut WKAtlj. *u2 A. a.... 29.95 iSBIBS'S. K. 6 I. Clear r». « ....29.93 67 ; ag S. E. « ....Clear 8:02 A. M 'i).US 70 '6G S. K. 4 ....Clear tr.U 23. »7 81 4-2 S. W. 4 ....Fair 8:02 F. M 29.!;6 ; C 7 ' 74 I S. 5 I .:.. Clear M>x. tlier., 8J Jesn-ecs. Mm. thcr.. 56 leicret*. 4JL>V£KTISE2I£XT ' CSariOtt. Races— Bay District Coarse, May 22d to 29th. Company O, First Artillery— S[)c.iil niceties to night. Suruner Post, O. A. R. —Lecture to-night v Auction Sale. Bell & Co., today, at salesroom. I. "Business Advertisements. rilinlllllll Till Ileusca & Iluntoon. The " Garland " -L. L. Lewis i Co. . '. Hats, Hat-, lUts— Mechanics' Store. Fiorid i Water— How to tell the genuine. Shield ft Whitelaw— Manufacturers of steam boil ers. Notice to creditor!:- Insolvent, Silas Canady. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. NAT/USE'S TREASURE-POCKET. An occasional "find" near F...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 21 May 1880

THE IUILY RECORD-UNION. : ff_IOAT.= -:. = -r..... XX. MAT 21. 1881!. LIST :OF LETTER- REMAINING IS JLi ' the Pottoffice at Sacramento on Thursday, May 20, 188?: : Ladles' list. : Ankele. Dma / Jones, Mrs L rXX Baldwin, Mrs Olive I- tnrer, Miss Mary Barry, Miss Maggie Kelly, Sarah " ; Barrett, Mrs Elizabeth lambert, Miss Katie "tiliz, Mrs Felieitus Leu, Mrs Isaac VA-i^i, Miss Mary L McGraw, Mrs Ellen -•uii_, Mrs Ele-or McKeou, Mrs Marjraret Burril, Mrs H C Miller, Miss Mary Cheney, Mrs Annie E Mumoe, Mrs Maggie ■ Clark.Mrs Margaret Moore, Mrs J I Colbaker, Mrs Jane Moseby, Mrs Sarah Collins, Mrs Man- E Payne, Mrs John Couway, Miss Mary Kouat, Mrs Louis Crandall, Mrs M A Ruggles, Mrs Margaret . Collin, Mrs Mary -Chmid, Christian Dis borough, Mrs Daniel smith, Mrs Matilda A j D avail, Mies Adl— - Snider, Mrs Anna E Ewing, Mrs Adeline E St. Denis, Mrs Ellen ' Fearn, Mrs Alicia C St. Denis, Mary < ■■■ l.f t Fitzgerald, Katie Stanley, Mrs Kate i Flint, Mrs Marion F Stevens. Mrs C F i F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 May 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. nill.T I MOV H-K -VOI,. ALIX-IVo. 7477. BAIL- K_< «::» »__U__» VH- CTMh, 2477. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Catered atthe rot Office at Sacramento as second dm matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Mlisliiiig Company. arm. a, Hau, Ueneral Manager, -*afclleaUo_ Office, Third St., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KECOBD-TT-lOIf 4pi __hed ever/ day of toe week. Sundays excepted f_uil_t 1..;.............. «10 oc 'or six months. '.'.". 6 M Tor three month*.. !."I"I*!!" «00 Ten oolite* one rear, to one addrea* """""" go OC Ssl-wribers served by CarrUrs at TwaHTT-Ffi latr-n pei we«_. In all Interior cities and towns the W*r ram be had of the pr.aci^»J Periodical Dealers. Newsmen ant Agents, i Advertising Rates In DaUy Record-ralon. Oun Square, 1 1ime....:...,.... $1 00 0-1 Square, 3 ttroea 1 7J eßqoan, s time 5..,.,.,, 1 60 iach additional time. , « _■ „ lWeek. rl Weeks. 1 Month rlMf Square lit pace.,., (2 SO (3 90 $5 00 Ami! -qn&re, 2.1 page 3 so 100 8 00 Hall Square....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 May 1880

OUTDOOR AMUSEMENTS. ITEMS OF _ST____3T TO THE LOVERS OF FIELD SPORTS. V Jin this department, as" the head indicates, we pro- i pose to make record oi current sporting events. I Communications to the p_per concerning such . matters should be addressed to the " Outdoor . Amui — na i& t Department "1 The Dote— Letter, from Professor I Baird.— G. W. Johnston, of Sacramento, j writes : I send you a letter from Professor j Spencer F. Baird, in relation to the dove, > wnich will be of interest to those who fa- ! Tor protecting the dove a portion of the 1 year. The letter is dated August 9, 1579, but for some unaccountable reason it has ; just come to baud : "In compliance will ear request, it gives me . pleasure to an- ' swer the questions contained in your cir cular relative to the Carolina or common j dove. This species, although generally distributed through the Eastern States, is much less abundant in some localities than ■ in others, this being particularly the case in New -Eng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 May 1880

SET IS A SILVER SEA ! ----•'■ v- :' - A ROMANCE BY B. L. FARJEON. AUTHOR OF "BLADE O- GRASS," " BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES," "JOSHUA MARVEL " KING OF NO-LAND," " THE BELLS OF PENRAVEN," ETC CHAPTER XVlll.— (CosTUttro). "While I was contemplating this picture : of despair, doubly strange in one who was i herself but a child in years, the lady's ser vant returned, and others with him. Out side the hut I heard the pawing of horses' feet. Seeing his mistress in tears upon the ground, the man rained hia whip threaten ingly. " 'I warned you to be civil to my lady,' he said. '" Ba careful,' I cried, with a look which prevented the blow; 'if you strike, your life will be in danger.' " The lady rose, and stood between us. " ' Yon forget,' she said to her servant, with more dignity th in I supposed her capable of, ' that this man has given me the shelter of his roof.' And turning to me, she held out her hand, and said in a tone of much sweetness, 'I thank you, friend.' "I touched her hand, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 May 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. • MTRMI MAY 25. 188' J. The San Francisco office of the Daily Record-Union . and Weekly Uniok is at 10b UtmUpmuaj street. THE LEADING WEEKLY. There is to-day no paper in the State or on the coast which presents such strong claims to every person feeling the need of ■ reliable paper as the Sacramento Weekly Union. It is published ice each week in eight page parte, thus bringing the news of the day i.l'tei.er and earlier to the reader than it is possible for the old style week to do. The Weekly Is .in is the meat' varied in depart' ments, edited with the most rcholarly ability, and conducted with the most regard to the en ighten ineiit of the people, the advancement of the State and the development of her best energies. In art, agriculture, science, political economy, national policy, home an.l foreign news, gen eral miscellany, sports of the field, market re ports, literary reviews, and all the other general features of a first class journal for the home, stre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 22 May 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOI. 5ATURDAY.. ................. HAT 2?. 1889. " Slgna*. Corps Iteport— May SI, 1«M», , TlMit. „'■. I »AB iIUK.IILK j WI.NU. > K*'.\ WXATiI. — .— . * ) | ' TJp^ I 4.-02 A. ■.....-23.92 62 91 "N. 'it j . . . . ' Clear • 7A.M...;... 29.93 88 51 N. 11 ... 'Clear. 8:02 l M UJ.iH ■- 47i N. W. 12 v . . . Clear . tr. M........X9.8S 173 38'^f' W. 10 .... Clear M....-.:g).fc3 '73 43 .jN.^W. 5 ! .... Clear Mix. ther., 80 .leerees. , J6a- ther., 53 l«rre*«. . Weather rroliabllltleii. Wabhisqtos, M.iy Midnight.— Pacific •oast, in southern portion, clear or partly cloudy ; in aortbtrn portion, rain. ADVERTISEJdEJfT MEHTIOfI. lecture— Fr. Yon Bodenstedt, Sunday ni^ht. Metropolitan Theater — Golden City Minstrels, Tuesday. A. 0. U. W.-Unioa^Lodge to-night | j :*. r' 1 ??^ Imp. O. B. M.-Tribes 11, 11, 33 auJ SSnYfeS* dally Sunday vi.-lit. V, ?-,-v*- s -Vi In Memorial!) M. Bra??, deceased. 6ffi Notice to friends of Gen. W. Chesley. • ' ",*'' Grand Hottl— To rent or for sale. -...

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