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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 May 1891

6 COMING TO A HEAD. The City Sswage Ulcer Apparently About to Break. Farmers South of the City Notify tho Trustees That They Want No More So-vvaco. J. W. Armstrong appeared before tho Board of City Trustees yesterday in tho interest of tlio farmers who own land bordering on the drainage canal leading from V street south, and made a state ment as to his observation! regarding the condition of the canal during the past twelve years. He said tho canal, where it crosses the Riverside road, is now but six i< "i deep, and ho know that ten years ago it was over twelve feet deep. This showed what an amount of offal had been deposited on the bottom of the ditch. It necessarily polluted tho water and caused ga sea to arise which wore injurious to the public health. Tho formers residing in the vicinity of this canal asked for relief from this nuisance, which is a menace to tho health of their families. They felt that the Board of Trustees were disposed to do what was right in the matter. Ju...

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. — 27 May 1891

VOLUME LXXXT.--NO. 81. THE ROBERT AND MINNIE. Her Officers Indicted by the United States Grand Jury. THE FIVE SEAMEN DETAINED AS WITNESSES. Almost the Fntlre Town of Crockett Swept Away by Fire —A Thirteen- Year-Old Boy Commits Suicide In Oropron Pccnnse ITls Father Chas tlse<l Him —Nevada Visited by Very ITeavy l^aln, Hall and Thunder storms. Hpooial to the REfomvUNiox. Los Angki.ks, May 2G.—The United States Grand Jury to-day returned in ■ii'tments against (icor^e A. Bart, super ■ •arpo, and Captain O*FarreU of the schooner Robert and Minnie, and bench ".vsirrants were issued for their arrest. Bart was arrested, and gave fIO.OOO bail, •v 11 •n he was released. * >'Farrell has not given bonds, but expects to do so. The i\e seamen were not indicted, but an order was issued by Judge Ross that they be detained as witnesses in $1,500 •dach. as are also the two Chilean desert ers. The sailors arc now in jail, but will be allowed a per diem of si each as eoni pensation. other indic...

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. — 27 May 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION "WEDNESDAY » MAY 27, 1891 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, Between J and K. Weatner Forecast. Forecast till Bp. v. Wednesday: For North ern California—Fair weather ; except light rains on the northwest coast. AN IMPORTANT MATTER. In this number of the Record-Union we present a synopsis of information upon the subject of sewage disposal. The facts are gleaned from official reports of investigations made by the city of Wor cester, Mass. That city has adopted the chemical precipitation system, and now has it in successful operation. The paper to which we refer explains what this system is. It also treats of the possi bility of such a means of disposal being applied to the conditions that prevail in Sacramento. In the opinion of the Record-Union, there is no more pressing and important matter demanding public attention and prompt official action than that of the disposal of our drainage and sewage. The matter has been so long neglect...

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. — 27 May 1891

ACTIVE REPUBLICANS. They Will Not Wait Until Next Elec tion to Organize. Steps Tovara the Formation of a Per manent League—Patriotic Speeches and Cheers for Blame. For years the Republicans have talked of a permanent organi/.ation in the shape of a club or league, but no sooner was an election over than this was lost sight of. During the past week or so, however, the subject lias been taken up with more avidity and earnestness than heretofore, and the result whs that a meeting was called at the Court-house last evening to talk the matter over, and if possible eflcct such a permanent organization as is do sired. There were present at the meeting W. A. Anderson, .1. O. Coleman, T. W. Sheehan, E. W. Roberts, State Treas urer McDonald. William Govan, W. W. Coons, .1. MeKinnon, \V. H. Ennis, R. B. Harmon, T. W. Huntington, C. S. Houghton, M. A. Howard, E. A. Crouch, W. D. Knights, Chris. Green, J. W. Guth rie, E. H. McKee, Harrison Bennett. A. J. Gardiner, G. W. Railton, W. O. Van Fleet,...

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. — 27 May 1891

4 FARM AND ORCHARD. The Raising of Geese—How to Feed and When to Feed. How Fowls aro Affected with Roup— Tomatoes from Cuttings—Ejrg Plants and Peppers — Some Strawberry Hints—Farm Notes. In answer to numerous questions about geese, a correspondent of the J'rairie farmer gives the following "talk" about these "birds:" Geese can 1 c raised upon any farm where there is a stream, pond or swamp, and old pasture land not needed for other stock, when thus kept the cost will be small, as they will from land and water pick up the greater part of their living from the time when the grain starts in the spring until the green food is cut oil" by au tumnal frost. Without sufficient pasture ami water accommodations it is useless to undertake raising geese for profit. Qeeseare easily raised and managed. Anybody who can raise chickens can raise goslings. ♦ iencrally speaking, two or three geese can be mated to one gander, but some ganders will mate with but one goose. The breeders of geese must "l...

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. — 27 May 1891

POINTS FOR SUPERVISORS. They Cannot Fix License Rates at Sidewalk Conferences. The Supreme Court Upholds a Yolo County Judgment, and One in Sierra. An opinion was filed yesterday in the office of Deputy Supreme Court Clerk Govan in the case of the People (respond ent) vs. Arras. The defendant was convicted of stealing a l>ank check of |9S 50 drawn by D. N. Hershey on the Bank of Yolo, in Wood land, in favor of A. G. Pennington. He appealed from the judgment, and i"r< »m the order denying him :i n*;\v trial, on the grounds —first, that the demurrer to the information should have been sustained ; secondly, that there is a fatal variance between the information and the proof. The Supreme Court fails to see suffi cient cause why the judgment should be reversed, and orders that it bo affirmed. Justice DeHaven dissents. A PEiAJXBR COIN [V case. An opinion was also received in the case of the People vs. J. P. Dunn (appellant). This is a consolidation of four actions to recover from t...

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. — 27 May 1891

6 OUR CITY SEWAGE. How Shall We Dispose of It in Future? FACTS FOR TAXPAYERS. What the City of Worcester V Learned by Investigation. DOW SHE PROFITED BY IT. 1 System Specially Suited to tlie Requirements of Sacramento. CITIZENS MAY READ AN!) LEAK. Worcester's Splendid Method of Disposing of All Her Sewage FACTS THAT WE MUST GRAITLE WITH. Experience of mM, Benm, Frencii aid American Cities—CHemical Fre:ir!fa Tion —Wiit It is, and How It is ACGospiisasd. As it appears to be difficult to rouse the authorities of this city to the ordinary, prudential Inquiry every man should make when s new subject is presented to him—that is, to inform himself—the Record-Unioh, wlii.-h has shown beyond dispute that any dabbling with the county drainage ditch is folly, a waste of time, undertakes to present to tiio public in a brief form of facts evolved bytfie disposal .»c sewage by the eityofW ire in two re ports one made in 1887, after the < Council informed itself, and one in 18 after a year's tr...

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. — 28 May 1891

VOLUME LXXXT.--NO. 82. UNWELCOMED RAIN. It will Cause Much Loss to Fruit- Growers and Farmers. EARLY FRUIT AND HAY BADLY DAMAGED. Brnkeman Killed Near Langs—"Woman Jiurned to Death Through the Ei* plosion of a Coal Oil Lamp—The Te hama County Tragedy—A Japanese Colony lSoing Organized in Japan to Locate in California—Powder Works Building Uurned at Pinole. Sppclnl to the Record-Union. San Fuancisco, May 27.—Between 6 and 10 a. m. to-day rain fell in this city to the amount of .52 of an inch, which was generally considered heavy and surpris ing tor the advanced date in the season. Sprinkles extended as far south as Santa Cruz. Light rain commenced falling at Oak land a little before 8 a. m. to-day and 9 a. m. It poured down for abftut fifteen min utes as if from a cloudburst. Nearly three-quarters of an inch fell during the forenoon. At noon indications were that that the rain was over. It was feared that the hay and small fruits in the vicinity of i >akland would sutler, but in q...

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. — 28 May 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION THCBSSAY MAT 28, 1891 ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHM COMPANY Offloe, Third Street, Between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION For one year $6 00 For six months 3 00 For throe months 1 50 Subscribers served by carriers at Fifteen Qektb per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Ncwsmeu and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Paciflo Coast. The Weekly Union per year 91 50 iS3~ These publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single sub scribers with charges prepaid. All Postmast ers are agents. The best advertising mediums on the Pacific Coast. Entered at the Pt.st office at Sacramento as second-claw matter The Record-Union and Weekly Union are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that re ceive the full Associated Press J>is patches from all parts of the world. Out side of San Francisco, they hav...

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. — 28 May 1891

STATE FAIR RACES. A Running Programme That Should Bring Out the Cracks. Five Days of Running and Six of Trot ting This Year—Big Money Oflfered. The State Agricultural Society has com pleted the programme for the running races which are to take place at this year's State Fair. The trotting pro gramme was finished some weeks ago and was published in full in these col umns at the time. This year there will be eleven days of racing instead of nine as heretofore. Thore will be six trotting days and live running days. Altogether this year's programme con tains better inducements to owners of running and trotting horses than were ever offered before, and the effect no doubt will bo the bringing together of a mag nificent meeting. The running programme, as compiled and furnished to the press by Secretary Edwin F. Smith yesterday, is as follows: FIHST DAT. California State Fair running pro gramme for 1881. Entries close August 1, 1891. Five days' running. First day, « cdnesday, September Jtt...

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. — 28 May 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. S,\< i:\mento. May 27th. IrßT'TT—lemons—Stelly,lrßT'TT—lemons—Stelly, $0 50k7 *# box; California, %A 75®4 50; Limes, S9@9 50 V box; $1 50 v 100; Bananas, 92 50@3 50 f» hunch for Island;Coooanuts. $7<» 8: California < tra&ges—Lot Angeles, $1 70@2 ¥ box; Kivi-r- Fido, $2<&2 50 » box; do Navels, $4 50 AS 50 box; Pineapples. 60c each; $7 "$, dozrn; Strawberries, §l 75(g,2; B. T. Cherries, $1 75&2; Cberrlea oommon, $1 GOigl 75; Gooseberries, 15c^R>. CANNED G»»ol)S—Assorted table, $2^ 2 1O; Apples. §1 (50; Apricots, $1 90; Bluek betries, SI 95; Cherries, §2 4002 60; Cur rants, $2 25; Gooseberries, 81 SOC'i 1 00; Muscat Qrapes, $1 55(n,l GO; Plums, SI 00; Quinces, $1 95; Raspberries. $2 70; Straw borrus. S2 70. BREADSTUFFS—FIour, §5 50 ?. bbl; Oat meal, 10-8) sacks, 4c %4 ft>; S3 25 W 100-lb sucks; Cornmeal, white, S2 75 sacks; yellow, $2 80^25-H) sacks-Cracked Wheat, f>2 90 V 10-fh sacks; $2 65 V 100-Ih sacks; Hominy, 98 50...

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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. — 28 May 1891

STANFORD UNIVERSITY. The First School Year Will Begin in October. Matters That "Will Interest the Pros pective Students—Examinations For Admission. Circulars just sent out announce that the first school year of the Stanford Uni versity will begin October 1, 1891, and will dose on June 15,1892. It will be divided into two semesters, or half-years; the first ending early in February, the second on Commencement Day. There Will be the usual Christmas and Easter vacations. The work of the university will begin with the freshman class. For admission to this class the candidate must be at least sixteen years of age, and must pass a sat islactory examination in the subjects mentioned below. Bach candidate must present a certificate of mural character, aud students from other colleges or uni versities must bring certificates of hon orable dismissal. The same entrance ex amination will admit the student to all courses in the university alike. For the iirst year, 1891-92, chairs will be establ...

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. — 28 May 1891

6 NOT LIKE LAST YEAR. The Maryland Peach Crop Now Prom ises to be Large. If the Present Estimate of Production is Fulfilled, it Will Hurt Cali fornia Shipments* As the fruit-growers of California are interested in the fruit prospects of the Eastern States, the following, showing the outlook in one of the peach-growing counties of the eastern shore of Mary land, will give an idea of what the peach growing section of that .State will produce for the coming season. There are seven peach-bearing counties on the eastern shore, and including the three counties of Delaware and the two eastern shore coun ties of Virginia, make twelve peach producing counties. It is, therefore, easy to give an approxi mate idea from the county that furnishes the following data in reference to the coining peach prospect: Queen Ann County is situated nearer to the northern border of the peach belt, which extends from the Pennsylvania line southward to Cape Charles, the southern point of Northampton County's ea...

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. — 29 May 1891

VOLUME LXXXI.--NO. S3. BEHRING SEA DISPUTE. Great Britain Heeds the Advice of Secretary Blame. MEASURES TO BE TAKEN FOR A CLOSE SEASON. Tho President Informed by Minister Lincoln That a Bill Will bo Intro duced In the Commons by tho Gov ernment to Authorize the Queen to Prohibit British Subjects From Taking Seals Pending the Reaching of an Agreement Between the United States and Great Britain. Special to the Record-Uniow. Washington, May 28.—Tho President this afternoon received a dispatch from Minister Lincoln at London, saying that official notice had been given in the Com mons that a bill would be introduced on Monday to authorize the Queen to pro hibit British subjects from taking seals from Behring Sea. The question engaged the President's attention to-day, and he had a conference with the Cabinet. One point considered was tho advisability of sending war ves sels to Bchring Sea, to reinforce the reve nue cutters in preventing the taking of seals in case a closed season is decid...

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. — 29 May 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION FRIDAY _ MAY 2ft, 1891 - ■»■ ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, Third Street, Between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION For one year $6 00 For six months 3 00 For three months „ i 50 Subscribers served by carriers at Fiftken Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, .News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year $1 50 £S~ These publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single sub scribers with charges prepaid. All Postmast ers are agents. The best advertising mediums on the Pacific Coast. Entered at the Postomce at Sacramento as •econd-class matter. The Record-Union and Weekly Union are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that re ceive the full Associated Pi'css Dis patches from all parts of the world. Out side of San J^-ancisco, t...

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. — 29 May 1891

JUMPED THE TOWN. Bail-Tossers Ward and Hustin Skip to Oregon, They Leave Manager Ginsberg In the Lurch—ltems of Interest to Baseball Admirers. The solemn silence that had for some time pervaded baseball circles in Sac ramento was suddenly disturbed yes terday by the report that Ward and Hus tin had proven unfaithful to their pledges to Managor McCloskcy, and left for the north. And it was not a hoax, but an actual fact. All day Wednesday the two play ers were missed by their associates, but although several suspected what they had done none were willing to admit that they believed Ward and Hustin had done such a dishonorable trick, since they Avere re ceiving the best of treatment at the hands of the management. Manager Ginsberg learned definitely yesterday, however, that the men had bought tickets for Portland, and had left on Tuesday, at midnight. They sent a hackman down to the depot for two sec ond-class tickets, but he was informed by the agent that the men would be required to...

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. — 29 May 1891

4 HENRY UIHLEIN, President AUGUST UIHLEIN, Secretary. ALFRED UIHLEIN, Superintendent. ' ""v',"'■"■■■ - "■ - ',^ .- ■ ' ' '/!:;'' -^t-*?•''?'■. fw ' ' . . «": . -' i: teMEnKMK^nSirs9SjHKHB9^H>UEBHviWIHB^^^™BBMiiii .lIf?tS^S"J3SSB»n SCLLLJ ±,ZtJSJRJa U\ > |^vA A bB& 1 ' .ig^jk JB g^i Jwm^ Mi^^. <4 TTy J^DTPTT?!? '• ANNUAL CAPACITY: ONE IM9LLEON BARRELS OP BEER. Schlitz Beer is sold the World over and has a world-wide reputation for being the best; it is warranted to be pure, wholesome and palatable, and brewed from the choicest Hops and Barley-Malt COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Sacramento, May 28th. FRUlT—Lemons—suily, $>G 50(^-7 $ box; California, $3 75@4 50; Limes, |4@5 ?> box; 75c %» 100; Bananas, S:i 50£ 3 50 $ bunch for Island; Cocoanuts, S7<" 8: California Oranges—Los Angeles, $1 75@2 f* box; River- Bide, $2(o;2 50 box; do Navels, $4 50 <,t r> 5o f box; Pineapples, 60c ea<-h; $7 ~f dozen; Strawberries, §1 50A1 GO "^ case; B. T, Cherries, 7. r >...

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. — 29 May 1891

HORTICULTURAL COMMISSIONER. Los Angeles People Petition for Chip man's Appointment. They Protest Against the Appoint ment of Maxwell to the Position. The following petition, signed by citi zens of Los Angeles, has been forwarded to the Director-General of the World's Exposition, Chicago. In the letter trans mitting this petition the parties in inter est say that it was tgned as a deliberate protest against the appointment of Wal ter S. Maxwell. They conclude: "His candidacy is looked upon here as an in sult to the horticultural world; as a ghastly commentary on the political bossisrn which procured it: To lion. Qeorffe li. Davis, Director- General World's Exposition, Chicago: The undersigned, citizens of Los Angeles County, California, earnestly indorse Hon. N. P. Chapman of Red Bluff, CaL, as Horticultural Commissioner of the World's Exposition, and respectfully re quest his appointment, having full confi dence in his integrity, ability and thor ough fitness for the position by rea...

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. — 29 May 1891

6 A POISONED DISTRICT. What the City's Sewage Has Done for the Lowlands. Farms Destroyed, Livestock Poisoned, and tho People Sick and Thor oughly Disheartened. The city sewerage question is becoming daily of increasing interest, find the mat ter of its solution must very soon be grappled with by the authorities. Just now the city has no actual outlet for her drainage. It is run into a little ditch, which has very little carrying ca pacity, and its outlet is Suttorville Slough, which empties into the "Pocket," the basin lying between Oak Hall and Free port. The result is that both the Pocket and the slough are chock-full, and the sewage backs up close to the city. So much complaint has of late been made by the land-owners and residents south of the city, because of the injury that is being inflicted upon them by the city's drainage, that itt its last meeting the City Board of Trustees accepted an invi tation from Colonel Jsimes MeNasser, the largest land-owner in the district af fect...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 May 1891

VOLUME IXXXI.-NO. 84. IS IT TRUE? John Zwald Confesses to Two Murders. i CONSCIENCE - STRICKEN. MAN'S STRANGE STORY. He Poisons One Wife and Smothers Another in the East NOW HE LANGUISHES IN A COUNTY JAIL DUNGEON. Justice of the Peace Henry is Called Upon to Hear an Extraordinary Statement — A Son Corroborates Him. That truth is stranger than fiction has often been demonstrated, but never in a more strange and extraordinary manner than it was in this city yesterday. John Zwald, a well-known and gen erally respected farmer, who lor the past five years has tilled the soil near Sutter ville, has confessed that he is a murderer twice over, and has surrendered himself into the hands of the law. He now occupies a cell in the County Tail, and though fully realizing the awful predicament he is in, declares that he would sooner face the gallows a hundred :imes rather than undergo the torture of a guilty conscience. Some believe that the man is insane, and that his crimes are but the hallucin...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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