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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 January 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION | THURSDAY .JANUARY 23, 1891 ! ISSC'"!- BY TIIE SACRAMTO PUBIiSHJg COMPANY Office, Third Street, between .T and X THE DAILY RECORI)-UXIO.\, (Six Pages), Published tfx dr.ys in each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION* (Eitr'nt Paa_B), Published every Sunday mo__og, mtfrfrig a splendid seven-day paper. For one year 96 OO For six months 3 00 For three mouths 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at F_TTKKH <—-:.\ts par week. In all interior cities and towns :ii<- papas' a*au* be iiart of the principal "Periodical llctilers. Newsmen and As-entß. TheKCNDAY ETNIO— is served by Carriers at Twi-.TY-riv:. i BNTa per month. THE WEEKLY UNION. (Twelve Pages), Is the cheapest nnd most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pai-l'k- Coast. The WTfki.v USIOK per year §1 50 Tl—:Sr>i)AY OxiOKldone pur year 1 00 All these publications are sent cither i>y Mail or Express toaa-witt or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Post—aasten ara *_9>tla. , ...

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. — 22 January 1891

MRS. RAINS' STORY. She Tells How "Yorkey" Moynahan Assaulted and Robbed Her. Tne Hackman's Trial Commenced Be fore Judge Van Fleet and a Jury —Tho Testimony. The trial of Thomas, better known as "Yorkey," Moynahan, the hack-driver, charged with having robbed and crimi nally assaulted Mrs. S. A. Rains on the 24th of September last, was commenced before Superior Judge Van Fleet yester day. Hiram W. Johnson appeared as attor ney for Moynahan, while District Attor ney Ryan took care of the prosecution. It was decided to try Moynahan on asach charge separately, and the grand larceny case was first taken up. The jury consisted of the following-named citizens: A. M. Cunningham, Hiram Gribble, Samuel Blair, J. If. Henderson, G. W. Baker, L. G. Stevcr, J. 11. Carring ton, N. S. Billingsley, C. Kellog-r, Wm. Ash by, W. D. Knights, N. Champlins. MRS. BAIXS* STORY. Mrs. Rains was the first witness called. She testiiied that on the evening of the 2-lthof September she arrived in Sacra mento on t...

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. — 22 January 1891

4 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. [Filed January 4, 1891.] Appeal from Snperlor Court, Contra Costa County—Joseph P. Jones, Judge. For appellant. W. S. Tinning. For respondent, Chase, chase & Miller. IN BANK. W. A. Xi ns wood, Respondent, 1 vs. INo. 13,894. A. J. Soto. Appellant. ) The respondent was elected Superintendent of Bonoou for Contra Costa County at the ? general election held in 1880. His term was our years, commencing 0:1 the final Monday oi rannary following. In due time he quali fied and entered upon the discharge of his duties, and has ever since continued to hold the office. At the time of his election, Contra Costa was a county ofthe seventeenth class, and the Couuty Government Act contained the fol lowing provision in regard to his salary: "Sea&raa 179. Ii- counties of the seven-' teenth class, tbe county officers shall receive bs compensation for the services required of them by law, or by virtue of their oiiice, the following salaries, to wit: * * * "11. The Sup...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 January 1891

THE LEGISLATURE—29TH SESSION. Both Branches Show a Disposition to Dispose of Their Bills. Governor Markham Sends in a Batch of Appointments—Respect to the Dead Monarch. SENATE. Sacramento, January 21,1.991. The Senate met at 10 o'clock a. ML, Pres ident pro tern. Fraser in the chair. Roll called and quorum present. Journal of Tuesday read and approved. reports of committees. Mr. Banks, from the Committee on Public Buildings Other than Prisons, re ported back the resolution relative to the removal or consolidation of unnecessary commissions and boards of public offi cers, with the recommendation that it be referred to the Finance Committee. So ordered. Mr. Simpson, from the Committee on Education and Public Morals, reported back S. B. 45, including hokey-pokey in the list of prohibited games, and recom mending its passage. Also, S. B. 154, providing for free text books for public school pupils, recom mending its passage. Also, S. B. 113. authorizing tho estab lishment of county high ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 22 January 1891

6 NATIONAL CONGRESS. Another Session Attended With Excitement ROGERS OP ARKANSAS ATTACKS TEE SPEAKER. He Accuses Illm of Destroying tho Dlcrnlty or the Station lie Fills—Reed Retorts That In Due Time Ills Serv ices "Will be Appreciated by the Country. Special to the Kecokd-Union. Washington, Jan. 21.—1n tho Senate, to-day, as soon as the journal of yester day was read, Gorman moved to correct It by striking out the words stating that Aldrii-ii's motion yesterday to proceed to coii_idcration of the resolution as to the cloture was determined inthe affirmative, lie asserted that a ballot occurred and tlie result of the vote was never announced. He read from tho Seeord t<> sustain his position, and expressed lus belief that the "senate would not permit tho Journal to stand, which he declares a falsehood. Aldrich was willing to concede that the Vice-President had not declared the motion carried, and had no objection to the motion to amend thejournal. The Vice-President said, from ...

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. — 23 January 1891

VOLUME LXXX.--XO. 132. COAST CHRONICLES. Progress Made bythe Expedition to Death Valley. CHINESE DRIVEN OUT OP MILTON, OREGJN. At tho -San Jose Athletic Club Delnney was Knocked Out hy McCarthy in the Twentieth Round—A Hospital Patient at Santa Rosa Cuts His Throat from Ear to Ear. Special to the Record-Union. Kkkler (CaL), Jan. 22. —Communica- tions just received from the Death Valley expedition, dated Lone Willow Springs, January l.th, give the personnel of the party as it entered the valley as follows: Professors Palmer, Fisher, Coville, Fun ston, Bailey, Nelson and Dikeman and four assistants, eleven in all, with seven teen animals, Professor Stevens of San Bernardino being unable to join the ex pedition until later in the season. The entire party left Lone Willow Springs on the 15th, and will separate after entering the valley into two parties, avid camp as follows: Professors Palmer, Coville, Fisher and Funston at Furnace Creek, near the north end and on the ajast side of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 January 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION FRIDAY JANUARY 28, 1891 ISSUED BY TIIE SACRAMEUTO YWMM COMPANY Office. Third Street, between J andK 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 seves-day paper. For one year SO 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers'served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week. In all Interior cities nnd towns the paper can be had of the principal l'c riodical Dealers, Newsmen sand Agents. The sl'N I >.\')' INK 111 la served by Carriers ot rw__rrr-nvK cents per mouth. THE WEEKLY UNION, (Twelve Pages), Is the cheapest and most desirable Home. -New.- an.! Literary Journal published on the Pacific < toast. The Weekly Union per year ?1 50 The Sl'.ndav Union alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by- Mall or Exprcssfoagents or single subscribers, ■with charges prepaid. Ail Postmasters are agents. _ The Best Advertising Mediums on...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 January 1891

SERIOUS ACCUSATION. A Witness in the Gardner Case Said to Have Been Approached. attorney Johnson Scouts It, bnt the "Witness was Willing to Testify— Eight for Delay. There was a bit of a sensation in Su perior Judge Van Fleet's < 'ourt yester day when the case of Daniel Gardner, the . wood-dealer, who i.s charged with having criminally assaulted little Lizzie Cox, Was called. Grove L. Johnson, who, with S. S. 11011, represents Gardner, asked for a con tinuance ofthe case until a certain ma terial witness named Rich could be found. Mr. Johnson read an atlidavit sworn to by Gardner, to the effect that he believed he could find this witness, if given time to do so. A subpena had been issued for Rich, and sent over to Yolo county, where tho man was supposed to be, but tho Sheriff of the county had been unable to iind him. WITNESSES TAMPEBED WITH. District Attorney Ryan objected to the continuance, on the ground that the de fense had not shown diligence in the en deavor to produce thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 January 1891

4 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. _evada Silver Aided Resumption « of Specie Payment RESULTS OF THE GREAT POLITICAL j CYCLONE OP LAST FALL. I The Confederate Debt Comes to the , ■ Front After Every Democratic Vic tory to Trouble tho Souls of the i Leaders of the Party. i WAsnixoTON, D. C, Jan. 11, 1801. Since Senator Stewart of Nevada sat down on tho so-called "force bill," in order to make room for the consideration of useful and needed legislation, the gilt eclgod newspapers belonging to New- York and New England pawnbrokers and elsewhere have been trying to be little our neighbor on the east. They seem to forget a very important historical fact, that, during the cloudy days of our country's trouble from traitors at home and enemies abroad, the State of Nevada contributed from its sparsely settled confines that solid silver support which niailo it possible for our national treasury to sustain a partially respectable financial standing; and it was at a timo when New York and New Eng< laxtd'a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 January 1891

THE LEGISLATURE—29TH SESSION. Governor Markham's Appointees All Confirmed by the Senate. Another Congressional Apportionment Bill—Favorable Report on tlio Fanners' Loan Bill. SENATE. Sacramento, j Thursday, January 22, 1891. j The Senate met at 10 o'clock A. 51., . President pro tern. Fraser in the chair. Roll called, and quorum present. Prayer by Rev. A. C. Herrick. Journal of ' Wednesday read and approved. REPORTS OF COMMITTEE 3. Mr. Simpson, from the Committee on Hospitals, reported back tlie bill relating ( to the registry of births, marriages and deaths, recommending its passage. ___K_ the bill providing for a State hos- 1 pital for Lepers, recommending its pass age. Mr. Dennison, from the Committee on Education and Public Morals, reported back tho bill prohibiting the sale of to bacco or its preparations to boys under , 16 years of age, without recommenda tion. Mr. Everett* from tho Committee on Military, reported back favorably the bill providing for tiie organization of camp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 January 1891

6 FUNERAL RITES. Services Over the Remains of King Kalakaua. ALL HONORS PAID TO THE DEAD MONARCH. Impressive Ceremonies at the Church —Elaborate Fiornl Offerings—Tlio Body Escorted to the Flasrshlp Charleston hy Federal and State Military and Civic Organizations. Special io the Record-Union. San F___K<f_tSCO, .lan. 22. — Formal honors were paid to tiie deceased Hawai ian King to-day with impressive cere monies. The funeral was conducted at Trinity Church, in the presence of a vast con courseof prominent San Franciscans, by Key. J. Sanders Iteed. The United Suites Government, the State of California and the City of Sau Fiand-CO to-day vied with each other in demonstrations of grief at the death ofa monarch who had always been in hearty accord and sympathy with America and American people. During half of yesterday and through out the night the body of the dead King lay in state in the mortuary chapel of Trinity Church. At intervals of an hour squads of sol diers from the regular ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 January 1891

VOLUME LXXX.-NO. 133. BEYOND THE ROCKIES. Canadian Indians Planning for a General Massacre. THE STRIKE ON THE ERIE ROAD NOT YET SETTLED. Harrow Escape of Two Hundred Min ers From Smothering In a Burning Mine—Favorable IB Mentions for the Return of Ingaills to the United States Senate From Kansas. Special to the Record-Union. Pink Ridge, Jan. 23.—In accordance with the amended orders issued to-day regarding the departure of troops, the Eighth Cavalry was marched to Fort Meade. Tho Seventh Cavalry and also Capron's battery were started for Rush ville. The Ninth Cavalry's winter camp will be pitched on tho Rushville road, about six miles from the agene-y. A company of scouts is to be organized from among the Indian police, whose terms of enlistment expired yesterday. They will be sent to Fort McKinney under command of an officer of the Sixth Cavalry. Captain Baldwin, inspector of small arms' practice, Division of the Missouri, and a member of General Miles' staff, is very sick, as are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 January 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION SATURDAY JANUARY 84, 1801 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING- COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and X THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, (Six Pages), Published six days In each week, and THE SUNDAY UNION, (Eight Paiges), 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 Fiitees 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 _i 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 fl 50 The Sunday Union alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent cither by Mail or Kxpress to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 January 1891

UNEARTHED. The Corner-Stone of Knickerbocker Engine House. •It Was Unearthed Yesterday—What It Contained—Old Papers, Coins and Curios. The workmen engaged in excavating "or the new Weinstock, Lubin <fc Co.'s building yesterday unearthed the corner stone of the house of old Knickerbocker Engine Company No. 5. A copper case within the stone was found to be filled with papers and enrios, photographs, coins and medals, manu script and various contributions of the members of tho old volunteer depart ment, which has long since ceased to exist, and most of the remaining mem bers of which aro scattered far and wide. There appears to have been two de posits in tho corner-stone, one when it- was originally laid, January 8, 1857, und another when the building was raised, October IS, 1809. When tho second de posit was made it was necessary to re move the copper casket for a time, and while it was out of the stone a portion of the contents were stolen. Tho thief, how aver, was captured, convi...

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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. — 24 January 1891

4 3£tioccUcmccrtt»* SMALL FEET. They Are an Illustration of the Ten dency of tbe Times Toivard Utile Waists and Weak .Bodies. Anyone who visits the art museums may be struck with the tict that the feet of all the an cient £tatu(B seem very large. They do seem aw.but it wiil be found that for symmetrical per fection these feet could not be lietter, and yet the feet of the average man or woman to day are much smaller than in ancient times. One might naturally ask. Why is this? The answer is not difficult. Modern custom and fashion have contracted id-i to their present small proportions; shoes have taken the place of sandals. Indeed, it is only one illustration of many, of what advanced civilization and fcis_ion_o. Tin. waists of women in ancient days were not so small as in the present aige of corsets. The health of women in undent times wan better than in our present day of social demands, household cares and hurried living. Women are wa akertlum they once were. Tie y feel depressed,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 January 1891

THE LEGISLATURE—29TH SESSION. Passage ofthe Tax Installment Bill by the Senate Yesterday. The Assembly Does a Little Business in the Way of Reconsideration— Eight-Hour Spat In the Senate. SENATE. Sacramento, 1 Friday, January 23, 1891. ) The Senate met at 10 o'clock a. m., Lieutenant-Governor Reddick in the chair. Roll called and quorum present. Prayer by Rev. A. T. Needham. Journal of Thursday read and approved. petitions. The Chair announced that he had re ceived a petition praying for a new Con stitution. Referred. Mr. Heacock presented a resolution in relation to the preservation of forests. Referred to the Forestry Committee. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. Mr. Banks, from the Public Buildings Committee, reported back, as amended, S. B. 74, relating to the non-insurance of public buildings, recommending its pass age. Also, S. B. 130 (amended), authorizing the sale of property belonging to the Home for Feeble-Minded Children, rec ommending its passage. Also, recommending the adoption of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 January 1891

6 WHO WAS THE DOCTOR? 'The Auburn Scandal Is Aired in Justice Devine's Court. i tt Comes to an Inglorious End, and the Expected Developments Do Not Materialize. The promised Auburn sensation has rtliroed out to be a fizzle. The remarkable story of the trouble between the Piva and Brown families was published recently in the Record-Union. It will bo remembered that in connection With that atlair ono James L. Garrett was arrested on complaint of the Pivas, and Charged with having assisted a Sacra mento physician in performing a crimi nal operation upon Mrs. Piva in this city In December, 1889. Sensational developments were looked for when Garrett's case came up for hear ing, and in consequence Justice of the Peace Devine's Court was crowded yes terday afternoon —that being the time set for the examination. MRS. PIVA'S KTORY. The first witness called was Mrs. Mary Piva. She testified that she lived at Au burn, and was a resident of that place in December, 1889. At that time she had som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 January 1891

vol. n. NATIONAL CAPITAL. Slight Improvement in Senator Hearsts Condition. REPUBLICANS INDIGNANT OVER STEWARTS SPEECH. Difficulties Experienced in Securing tho Forfeiture of Unstamped Opium —Tho Act Approved Providing for a Public Building at Portland—Pro fessor Elliott's Report on tho Behr ing Sea Fisheries. Special to the Recoed-Union. Washington, Jan. 24. —The doctors thought Senator Hearst was sinking very fast yesterday, but to the surprise of all he has brightened up, and to-day was in cheerful spirits. He is able to recognize friends and members of his family. His son, W. R. Hearst, and John Follinsbee, were with him this afternoon, and the Senator smoked a cigar, chatted with them and seemed to take a lively interest in temporal affairs. Of course, this improvement is only temporary. Tho blood poisoning will gradually sap his vitality, and he will | grow weaker hour by hour until he reaches a comatose condition, from which he wiU not awake. His amount of vital ity is a sourc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 January 1891

2 THE SUNDAY UNION. SUNDAY JANUARY 25, 1891 ISSUED BY TIIE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, 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 ....s€, 00 For six months™ 3 00 For 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 liealers. 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 Paeitlc Coast. The Weekly Union per year „..fl 50 The Sunday Uxion alone per year 1 00 All these publications are sent either by Mali or Express toagentsor singlu^ubscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. Tbe Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa eitlc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 25 January 1891

ELK GROVE'S MYSTERY. Morrow Was in all Probability Shot by a Madman. Thomas Balz Is Arrested and Admits That Ho Did the Shooting—His Queer Statements. The mystery surrounding the shooting of Joseph Morrow at Elk Grove last Wednesday—a full account of which was published in the Record-Union—has been cleared up. The police, constables and deputy sheriffs had all been furnished with descriptions of the mysterious shooter, and all were making a diligent search for him. Yesterday forenoon police officer Sim ♦mons encountered a man in front of the Western Hotel, who was acting strangely and who tallied with the description ex actly. The officer immediately placed the man under arrest and took him to the police station and afterward to the County Jail. The prisoner gave his name as Thomas J. Balz. District Attorney Ryan interviewed Balz shortly after his arrest, and soon became convinced that the prisoner was either a lunatic or was feigning insanity. ADMITS TUE SHOOTING. Balz admitted rea...

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