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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 18 January 1891

8 NATIONAL CAPITAL. Testimony Taken Before the House Silver Pool Committee. PORT BIDWELL RESERVATION TO BE REGARRISONED. Difficulties Encountered In the "Way of tho I'assago of the Elections Bill In tho Senate—The Democrats Using Every Means to Defeat the Measure —Washington Kotos. Special to the Record-Union. Washington, Jan. 17. — The House Silver Pool Investigation Committee be gan its inquiry this morning. W. K. Stevens, the principal Washing ton correspondent of the St. Louis Globe- Democrat, which paper first printed the charges of the congressional silver pool, was the lirst witness. The witness had an interview with J. A. Owenby, in ■which the statements given in the paper ■were made. He could not locate Owenby exactly, but he was managing the Silver Keef mine, in Utah, and could, ■witness thought, be reached without difficulty. Witness had no personal knowledge of any Senator or Representative being en gaged in the silver pool, and never heard any member say anything with r...

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. — 19 January 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--NO. 128. NATIONAL CAPITAL. Reciprocity Will Be a Great Bene fit to This Country. THE SOUTH AND WEST DEMAND FREE COINAGE. The Special "World's Fair Commission ers to tho Latin-American Repub lics Receive Their Credentials- Charges Made That Lobbyists Arc at "Work in the Interest of the Sub sidy Shipping Bill. Special to the Record-Union. Washington, Jan. 18.—Hon. John W. Foster, who has represented this Govern ment as Minister to Mexico, and also to Spain, is naturally well informed in re gard to the interests of the United States, both at home and abroad. Foster was asked what he thought was likely to be the practical result of the reciprocity provision, known as the Aldrich amendment. He replied that he had very little doubt that its effect would be very beneficial in the enlargement of our foreign commerce on this hemisphere. It offers such great advantages to the sugar and coffee pro ducing countries, that they cannot fail to avail themselves of the privileges of th...

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. — 19 January 1891

2 DAILYRECOmimON SUNDAY JANUARY*}*, 1891 tSSUJSD BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Offlce. Third Street, "between J and X THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Pages), Published six days In each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), 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 Carriers at Fiftee?? Cents per week. In all interior cities aad towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served by Carriers at Twenty-five Cexts 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 50 The StsDAY Union alone per year. 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mall or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters arc agents. Tin.- Best Advertising Mediums on the Ta ctile co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 January 1891

EARLY CLOSING. What Was Said and Done at Yester terday's Mass Meeting. Men Who Sympathize With tho Over worked Clerks—An Organiza tion Formed. The court-room of Department One of j the Superior Court was well filled yester day, on the occasion of the mass meeting called in the interest of the early-closing movement. G. W. McKay, President of the Council of Federated Trades, called the meeting i to order and presided throughout. He said the matter at issue was one in which all the retail clerks were specially inter ested. The Federated Trades would act With and aid them as far as possible. But tho only way for tho clerks to pro ceed, in order to w-in, was to organize. It Was necessary that all classes of wage earners should organize and work to gether for their own good. J. Hantsman next addressed the meet ting, at the request of the Chairman. He also advised the clerks to effect an organ ization of their own, and elect delegates therefrom to co-operate with tho Feder- | ated Trades....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 January 1891

4 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. [Filed January 4,1891.] Appeal from the Superior Court of Calaveras County—C. V. Gottsehalk, Judge. For appellant, A. Everett i'all, Edward Field in pro per. For respondent, Henry C. Dibble. IN BANK. Chester, Appellant, *» vs. I No. 13,816. Field et ai... Respondents.) The complaint contains the usual allegations In ejectment and all thatarc necessary to quiet title. At the trial, and liefore any evidence was introduced, the plaint iir moved for judg ment on the pleadings, claiming that the answer raised no material issue. There was no demurrer to the answer. The motion was properly denied. If the action be considered as an action of ejectment, there la a specific denial of plaintiff's alleged right of possession. It may be that tbe denial is too general, and that it would not stand the lest on demurrer for uncertainty, but it is sufticicnttorai.se an issue as to some portion of the property nnd to defeat a motion for judgment on the pleadings, assuming th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 January 1891

AT THE CITRUS FAIR. Governor Markham Declares It the Finest He Ever Witnessed. An Object Lesson in Citrus Culture That Cannot Fall of Good Results to Come. When Governor Markham had taken a good look at the magnificent display at the Citrus Fair in Marysville on Saturday, he was called on for a few remarks and spoke as follows: Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen: I thank you for your very kind greeting, and assure you that I am greatly pleased to meet you, I enjoyed my railroad ride to this place very much, and the drive about your beautiful city exceedingly •well. And lam happy to say that lam ?;reatly pleased with what I have seen in his building. The only thing I have to object to is the request made to me by President Hideout ior a speech. I have not been well, and am scarcely in condi tion for speaking. But I am glad of the opportunity to meet you. It was my lot tD locate ih Southern Colifornia, where the people embarked largely in orange culture a considerable number of years...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 19 January 1891

6 CUSTOMS OF HOUSEWIVES. Kitchen and Cooking Utensils in the National Museum. COMPLETE \)UTFITS IN MANY PARTS OP THE WORLD. How They Feast In Samoa—Xo Two Hattona Wash Their Clothes Alike- Bedrooms in tho East. I have spent tiiis week among the housewives ofthe world, says the Wash ington correspondent of the Philadelphia /'/<.«. The National Museum has eook ng utensils of every nation and every ribe, and you may see within it how women wash ami iron, boil and bake, stew and steam all the world over. A picture of a Samoan kitchen has just been received, and there are complete outfits of Japanese and Chinese houses, with models of tho women working away with th. BL The Samoan range is a hole in the ground, and the cooking is done with rod-hot stones. When the people want a feast they dig a hole as big as a cider bar rel, fill it full of wood and cover it with stones. They light tho wood, and when the stones are red-hot they pull them oil' to one side and clean out tho hole. They t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 January 1891

VOLUME LXXX.-XO. 129. BlYOffl THE ROCKIES. Much Uneasiness Among tbe Hos tile Indians. MORE ARMS TURNED OVER TO THE AUTHORITIES. Ex-Governor Thayer Applies for an Injunction Kestralning Boyd From Occupying tho Executive Chair In ■Nebraska—Governor Hill Nominated ibr Senator from Xew York—Con federate Veterans. Hpr-eial to the RECor.n-Uxios*. Pink Uidoe, Jan. 10.—Moro nervous ness is noticeable among the Indiana this morning than has been noted for a mini- j ber of days. This is occasioned by a va riety of circumstances. Many of tlie Rosebud Indians fear to | leave this agency lest on their way to the former place they be killed by the soldiers. Some of them, however, have already re- | turned, and mon 1 will follow to-day. The collection of arms has been any-' thing but satisfactory, only 164 guns hay- ! ing been surrendered up to date. Newsof the murder of Few Tails and four of Ids band also tends to inflame the Indian-; here. The shooting is uni versally condemned as a cold-Hooded...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 January 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UfflOy rCESDAY- JANUARY 20, 1891 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J andK THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six I'atres). Published six days in each week, aud THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Pages), Published every Sunday morning, making a splendid seven-day paper. Por one year |6 OO For six months 3 00 Por three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. Tin- -SUNDAY UNION" is served by Carriers al Twenty-five Cents per month. -• THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve I'ages), Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, "News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union iieryeur §1 50 The fciUNDAY Union alone per year.. 1 OO All these publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agent* or Single sabecribers, With charges prepaid. All Postmasters are •gents. The iJest Advertising Mediums on the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 January 1891

AMATEUR BOXERS. Arrangements Made for the Coming Johnson-McCord Contest. A Proposition to Have the Local Ath letic Club and Swimmlne Baths Combined. The Board of Directors of the Sacra mento Athletic Club held a meeting at the gymnasium last evening, and disposed of considerable business of importance to the club. "V. S. McClatchy, one ofthe Trustees Of the proposed new swimming baths and also a member of the club, appeared before the board and en gaged in an informal talk with the Directors regarding the proposition to• erect a gymnasium for the club in con nection Avith the baths. The proposition, Mr. McClatchy said, had not assumed any definite shape as yet, and was only being discussed informally by the Trustees. Ho for as he had been able to learn, they were all favorably disposed toward tho scheme, as he was himself, and his idea in bring ing the matter to the attention of the club at this time was to ascertain how the ath letes felt toward the matter. WILL, FAVOR IT. The dire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 January 1891

4 IN CHILE. GLIMPSES OF THE CITIES OF VAL PARAISO ANl> SANTIAGO. Horse Cars with Women Conductors- Modern American Dress—Regu lation of Costumes. The City of Valparaiso is called the finest port on the west coast of South America. The population is about 125, --000, and with the aid of foreign capital the native residents have built up the busi ness portion of" the place in a way sur passing any other South American city, and equalingany of the size in tho United States. Shops and stores are large and •well stocked with not only necessities, but expensive luxuries. The word "Val paraiso" means the "Vale of Paradise." Just how it is made applicable is a mys tery, as tiioro is no suggestion of a vale or more of a heavenly resort than to be found in scores at other towns. Around the bay, that is several hundred fathoms ieep, is a mountain ridge, with jutting ilill's descending at intervals to the water's sdgo. Numerous ravines have been cut by the wash of water continued for years a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 January 1891

THE LEGISLATURE—29TH SESSION. Governor Markham Slaughters His Predecessor's Appointees. His Action Interpreted to Mean a Change of Administration at the San Quentin Prison. SENATE. Sacramento, January 19,1891. The Senate met at 2 o'clock p. *„ Lieutenant-Governor Roddick in the chair. Roll called, and quorum present. Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. J. A. Bruner. Journal of Friday read and ap proved. When the Senate was prepared for bus iness, Mr. Ostrom rose and said that reference having been made in the journal to a resolution offered by Mr. Seawell, and as the latter had been offered in a vein of pleasantry—as also the report made thereon by Mr. Heacock—he moved that the whole matter be expunged from the journal. Mr. Heacock seconded tho motion with the understanding that all there was on the subject should be expunged. Mr. Carpenter and others objected and demanded a call ofthe roll. Mr. Seawell said it was his impression that no grave rcsponsibilitv rested on either side. His reso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 20 January 1891

6 NATIONAL CAPITAL. Decisions Rendered by the United States Supreme Court. CRUISER SAN FRANCISCO TO BE SENT TO CHILE. Tho Navy Department Ordered Draped In Mourning Out of Respect for the Late George Bancroft—Tho Rauni Investigation Resumed—San Fran cisco l'ostofilee Site. Bpeeial to the llecord-Uniox. W.vm'ixiitox, Jan. 10. — The Tinted States Supremo Court to-day handed down an opinion affirming the judgment of tho Circuit Court ofthe United States for the eastern district of Virginia, direct ing that a writ of habeas corpus be granted to William Rcbman, convicted in Norfolk of a violation ofthe State meat inspection law. This is one of what is known as the dressed beef eases, arising out of State legislation, having: far its object the re- Btrietion of the sale of meats by firms lo cated outside of the State in which the meats are offeror] for sale. Ii was hold that the law was an inter ference with interstate commerce. Justice Brown to-day rendered his first opinion as a member ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 January 1891

VOLUME LXXX.-OsO. 130. NATIONAL CAPITAL. England Agitated Over Our "Large" Pacific Fleet. ■ ■ _t FUNERAL SERVICES OF THE LATE GEORGE BANCROFT. Bill Reserving the Rights of Settlers on Public Lands—Favorable Re ports on the Nominations of a Coin Commission—The Indian Appi-cprl ation *8111 Completed—Wash!—gl on Notes. Special to the Record-union. Washington, Jan. 20. —Secretary Blame was asked by a representative of the Associated Press to-day it the State Department had learned the cause of the "war" excitement a fortnight since in London. lie replied that he had just re ceived a copy of the London Times of January oth, In which he found a dis patch from the regular American corre spondent, dated Philadelphia, January 6th, as follows: "The naval orders recently issued indi cate the gathering of a formidable ,\ nior ican ileet in the Pacific waters before tlie Behring Sea fishing season opens. Eleven war-ships and live revenue cutters are now or w_l soon be there, having ninety guns a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 January 1891

2 DAILY R_^QRD-U_jlO_i WEDNESDAT JANUARY 21, 1891 ISSUED BY THF SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING- COMPANY Office, Third Street, between 3 ana X THE DAILY RbCORD-IXiCN, (She Pages), Published six days in eacb week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, d-:i_iii Pathos), Published t vi ry Sunday morning, making a splendid_sV_s»-_at paper. For one \vav §(! 00 For six months 3 00-. For three months 1 50 Subscribers serve;', by Carriers at Fl_Tß__ a__rrs pa_ week, tn all Interior oiti.s and towns tne paper can be bad ofthe principal periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. The SUNDAY UNION is served hy Curriers at TW— HTY-STVS C—KB per month. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pa}.'. - - Ir the Cheapest and most desirable Home, News and I.ittrary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. Tin- Wi:i:ki,y Union per year ?.l 50 Tin- .sl.vdav L'nio.n alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent cither by Mail or Express to agents or single subscribers, With charges prepaid. All Postmasters arc agents. The Best Advertising M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 January 1891

RIVER IMPROVEMENT. The Government Examining Engineers on Their Tour. They are Entertained by the Members of the Boa rd of Tirade at tho Sntter Club. The Government Engineers who have peen detailed to look into the matter of improving the Sacramento and Feather Rivers arrived at this city on the snag boat Seizer an hour or so earlier than they were expected yesterday forenoon. The members of the Board of Trade Were not taken by surprise, however, and were on hand at the wharf when the Steamer arrived at the foot of X street. On board were Major Alexander Mc- Kenzie, Major Heuer and Captain Kings man. When the gang-plank was thrown out the committee immediately went aboard and welcomed the visiting engineers to Sacramento. The Board of Trade com mittee consisted of President P. E. Piatt, Dr. G. M. Dixon, H. Weinstock, T. B. Hall, V. S. McClatchy. George M. Matt, L. L. Lewis, D. A. Lindiey, A. S. Hop kins and E. K. Aisip. George Ohlcycr and Captain Roberts accompanied the committee. Af...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 January 1891

4 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. TFiled, January 8,1*591.] Appeal from Superior Court, Nevada County-J. M. Walling, Judge. For appellant, tieorgc A. Rankin, of counsel, T. C. Coogan. For respondent. Cross _ Simonds. IN BANK. E. ( i. Sukekorti 11, Respondent,") vs. -No. 13,303. Ono. Lordt), Apjxrllant. J Tiiis is an action to recover damages on ac count of the seizure by defendant under a writ of attachment, of certain goods, claimed by the plaintiff. The case arose under the fol lowing circumstances: On the l.">th of August, 1888, L. M. Sukeforlh. who for a number of years there tofore had carried on a c.-rlain carpet business at Nevada City, b. ing largely indebted and in solvent, sold, transferred, and delivered to the plaintiff— who is his brother—for a nominal consideration of 81,500 his entire Stock in trade, all his outstanding bills and accounts and all other property, exempt from execu tion, which lie then possessed. Among his creditors at the time of tiiis transfer were Sloan ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 January 1891

THE LEGISLATURE—29TH SESSION. San Jose Still Has Her Weather Eye j on the State Capital. Favorable Reports on a Number of Bills—Proposed Relief of General Vallejo's Widow. SENATE. Sacramento, January 20,1891. The Senate mot at 10 o'clock a. m., Lieutenant-Governor Roddick in the chair. Roll called and quorum present. The Chair announced that the Chaplain, Rev.V. A. Bruner, was ill, and remarked that the Senators would have to do their own "communing." After the usual routine of reading the journal, Mr. Heacock presented a peti tion asking for the passage of a bill to promote the formation of mutual insur ance companies. 1111.1.S INTRODUCED. By Mr. Crandall—Proposing a consti tutional amendment relating to the re moval of the State Capital from Sacra mento to San Jose. Also, providing additional buildings for the Normal School at San Jose? By Mr. Bagsd—le— For the relief of the widow of toe late General Mariano G. Hjdlejo. Also, relating to defrauding the keepers of livery stal Also,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 21 January 1891

6 KING KALAKAUA DEAD. The Ruler of tlie Hawaiian Islands Passes Away. HIS SISTER, PRINCESS LIL-UOKALANI. WILL SUCCEED HIM. Brief History of the Royal Family and tho Successors to tho Throne—Tlio Cruiser Charleston will Convey the Remains of tho Ucad Monarch to Honolulu. Special to the RecokiVUxio!*. Sax Franrets 00, Jan. 20.—At the apart ments of King Kalakaua this morning the situation was one of anxious watch ing. Surgeon Woods of tho United .States ■ft t_Qß_ip Charleston, mul Dr. Sawyer r. m_ined by the bedside of the King throughout the night, and is an adjoin ing room at an early hour gathered Con- Bui McKinley. Colonel Macl-'arla lie, the royal Chamber]lain, Colonel Baker, ofthe Kind's stall ', Clans Sprcckels, and several other friends oi the King. Colonel MacFarlane v.-as scon by an Associated Press reporter and said that King Kalakaua had remained in a coma tose condition since 6^o this morning, the hour at which the latest.announce ment of his condition was made public. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 January 1891

VOLUME EXXX.--XO. 131. THE DEAD MONARCH. Arrangements Perfected for King Kalakaua s Funeral. fHE REMAINS Yi/iLL BE TAKEN TO HONOLULU TO-DAY. The Services Will he Hold This After noon nt Trinity Church, After "Which the Body Will he Borne to the Cruiser Charleston, With All Honors Duo His Bank Froni a Friendly Government. Special to the Record-Union-. Sax Francisco, Jan. 21. —A meeting of the Board of Supervisors was held in Mayor Sanderson's private office this morning for the purpose of making ar- , rangements for the funeral of King Kal- j akaua to-morrow afternoon. There were ! six Supervisors present, and the Mayor presided. General Gibbon was chosen as Grand Marshal ofthe funeral procession. Supervisor Burling was chosen as a committee of one to arrange for the church services, which will be held at Trinity Church at 1 o'clock to-morrow alternoon. Mr. Burling will see that one-half of tlie church is set apart for tlie public and the other half for the funeral escorts. Invitatio...

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