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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 6 August 1880

BUSINESS CARDS. un. «itte>b»:b«ek, cC. .. .. IKON AND . BRASS FOUNDER AND . MA- cbinist. Castings and Machinery made to order at the lowest prices.'. Guttenberger"s Horse Powers and Patent Ground - Roller, and . Clog Crusher. AH kinds of Hydraulic Pipee. Corner of Front and streets. - - ■ ■ ju26-4plm C. F. SmttDs/f Fore- ) , Whitblaw . man C. P. Boiler Shop. ( ... SHIELDS' A ttitirtlAW. : JC *" ANUFACTURERS OF STEAM ! BOILERS, It I Second street, between Land M, Sacramento. Orders for Repairs and Sheet Iron Work promptly attended to in city and country. Railings, Gratings, Pop Vilves and Steam Fittings of all descriptions. jy2l4plm - : ' ■•:-;-. 1856. ■F. FOSTER. 18«« I, BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK Book Manufacturer, No. 319 J street, between Third and Fourth, Saciamento. t . . jy2o-4ptf > ■ MADAME CHARLOTTE ROBERT, : : FROM PARIS, HAS OPENED A FIRST-CLASS Dressmaking Establishment, southwest corner Eighth and I streets. ' Dresses made in the latest Parisian styles, and...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 August 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY I'N!O> N»nS--T<HU \LIX-So. J«T. DAILY KECORU SERIEs-VOL. ,\*l->o. 2479. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Port Oilier at Sacramento is second cm« matter PUBLISHED BY, TUB ';. Sacramento Publishing Ccinpany. VFM. H. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third si., bcl. J and K. THE IVAUY record-fxton a published array day of the week, Sundays excepted. For one year.;:...;:..:......... — .— .V.......»10 00 For six months. J «0 ForUiree months •••■• •> W Ten copies one year, to one address.... 80 00 Subscribers served by Carriers at TWESTT-Frvic Cents per week. In all iutersof cities and towns tin paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers Newsmen and Agents. ; Advertising Rates In Dull) Record-Union. One Squire, 1 time. .................. ......^.....il 00 One S-inare. 2 times. 1 ?!■ One Square, 3 ............................ 3 50 | Each additional time. 50 j . '--■-■: ' "1 Wee*., 2 ■Weeks. IMmith I Half Square, let...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 August 1880

SET IN A SILVER SEA ! A ROMANCE 4UTHOE Or "BLADE O 1 GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE ANT) KISSES," "JOSHUA MARVEL/ •" KING OP StO-LAN D." " THE BELLS OF PENRAVEN," ETO. CHAPTER XXVIII. HAROLD SEES FACES IN THE SMOKE OF HIS CIGAR. "Your pardon, gentlemen." It was the captain of the vessel who broke in upon their convocation. " What have you to say, captain ?" " I await your orders ; I can get safe anchorage here. 18 your voyage at an end 5" " For the present. Yonder lies the Sil ver Isle — a fair land." "It Beems so ; but I have seen as fair, at a distance, that turned out foul upon a nearer acquaintance." " This will not. Let go your anchor; to-morrow morning I shall want a boat to convey one of my servants ashore with a letter to the islanders. There is nothing to fear from them ; the people are not cannibals." " Maybe not; but yeu tell me they have co kinj." "The greater fortune," said Harold, •' for the king they have not. Having no king they cannot hunt one to death." " Our king lives...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 August 1880

ARIZONA. • THE TRUTH ABCUr - ARIZONA, , ITS f ; - MINERAL WEALTH, CLIMATE, .1 ETC. : Some ; Unpardonable .■ Misstatcraents : Cor- C ■■-.. rected— Tucson— Business— Facts . About : ;lie Alleged Great Heat. ; :;TPC o July24,vlß&a;; Whatever mistakes, omissions and ignor ance I may develop in this communication, I ; r trust I shall not commit the dastardly offense of willfully and maliciously misrepresenting the country, its people or it s material wealth. There is ; a prevailing , impression in : the minds of many with whom I have conversed ; in " thisV Territory that Californians are "down on Arizona." For the life of me, I can find no cause or excuse for any such opposition, if any exists. : I never heard of any until- I came here. Arizonians have concluded th.it California^ are very slow to bring their capital into this section. With all the evidences . of great . mineral wealth awaiting development before them, the people of this country, particularly the old settlers, cannot ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. KIUKDIT AC6BST »_. I 8*». THE WEEKLY UNION. r The Sacramento Wekklv L'mok is issued in Benii weekly parts, each part embracing eight pages. By this means the reader of tho Union receives two pa pers per week, which bring the news to him fresher aid oftener than it is ' possible for the old-time ■weeklies to do. '- Matters occurring between Friday and Wednesday the subscriber to the Weekly Unios obtains full knowledge of in the semi-weekly , of ■ Wednesday, and occurrences happening • between Wednesday and Saturday are reported to the patron of the paper in the semi-weekly of Saturday.'; These two make up the weekly, which consists of sixteen pages of closely-printed matter. The Weekly Union is edited with the utmost care, and 'all its varied departments are under editorial chirge of .journalist? and news-gatherers of years of experi ence and superior s-kill. Its departments, which are recognized as leading, are : Editorial writing upon V leading social, polit...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION^ 5AiriiDAT.................:Ar«r8TV,i8«0.' ' Signal Corps Report— Aßgnst 6, 1880. -._: ■-.. TI1J«. -, | bae ,thrihcm: ■ wikd ia'>' WIATH. ■4:02 a. «.'...; 29.92 01 77 S. -E. 6 .... Clear ' 7 a. M.......: 29.96 i 63 ; 65 IS.'- E. 2 .... Clear 8:02 A. M . : . . 29.96 I7l| 62 18. >E. ■ 2 .... Clear 2P.M........ 29.89 : 85 j 23 N. W. 6 .... Clear ; 8:02 p. M...:. 129.87 79 i 51 13. W. 1 .... Clear - ; llax.Jther., 80 decrees. Mm. tier.; 68 degrees. \ Weather Probabilities. ; : •: Wasbinotok, : August ; 6th.— For Pacific Coast: ■Clear or partly cloudy weather. , V ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. ■ Attention, Company A, Republican Legion. [ Unity Lodge, A. O. U. W.— evening. . .Sacramento Commandery— To-night." I. O. G. T. social and literary— Tonight. : Bohemian Archers' notice -Change of grounds. I. S. Brown— Announces for Justice of Peace. Lecture— Mrs. P. W. Stevens, Pioneer Hall.*;: '. '-;.; Administrator sale— Saturday, August 14th. - Club House— To open to-night...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 August 1880

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. • ..' THE :■■ APPROA<?HIKG TRIENN^ CON •; CLAVE AT CHlC^jjq. ."■.-> Something : About 't the Order / and 'v • It! .£ Previous \ Triennial Batterings . and _ ■ the .; Offices* of : the Order, ' Chicago, July 30, 18S0. ; In 'my /introductory ' letter : of • the ; pro -; ceedings. of the coining Knights Templa: Trierjiial' Conclave, I deem •; it . proper ;t< . give a synoptic review of preceding trien ', rials'. t". The Order of Knights Templar ii • Ahe United * States ]is purely an Americai . ; growth ; ; there -is no , allegiance held ;. t< foreign Masters or Commanders, althougl its ceremonies and teachings ; are ;in manj respects identical with the Order in foreigi lands, and it adheres rigidly to the history :■■ of its ancestry. The first body of Templar: •was organized under the name of -the Boston Encampment of the Knights Tern plar, on August 23, 1802. THE FIRST CONVENTION Of Sir Knights in the United States tool place in ISO 6, and 'after the const...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 August 1880

■":' BUSINESS GABDS. - : :.■ ■.-:■:■"-. WH. tITTKYDEBtLK, :-;: IRON i. AND BRASS '! FOUNDER * AND s MA- ciunist. Castings and Machinery made to order " the lowest prices. • Guttenberger*s Horse Powers »nd , tent Ground Roller ? and ■; Clog - Crusher, j All kinds of nydr^ulb Pipes.* Comer oi Front and : Nstreets.:?r^.. 1 :>.;,-,; „ . jn26-4plm - . C. P. Sdields, formerly Fore- ■ - __, _ _ man C. P. Boiler Shop. (J ' m ™<*»- -: : SHll'Mts A WBITELAW, i "mrANUFACTURERS OF STEAM ; BOILERS, .; XT A-; Second str. et, between L and M, Sacramento. .Orders for Repairs and Sheet Iron Work promptly attended to incity and country, r Railings, Gratings, - Pup Valvee and Steam Fittings of all descriptions. -". '■■•■ :■■:■■-. : .-- jy2l-4plm -, :. - -: .. 1858. - : .'-• F. ". FOSTER, : 18*94 ? BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK XJ Book Manufacturer, No. 819 J street, between . Third and Fourth. Sag amento. : ' - jy2o-4ptt : MADAUE i cnAKLOTTE EOEEKT. IjIROM PARIS, HAS OPENED A FIRST-CLASS *j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD -UN ION. SATURDAY AI'GEST 7. 18W. TELEGRAPHIC. LAST NIGHTS "^ISFATCIIES TO THE RECORD UK ION. THE BENDER FIENDS. Horrifying Confessions of the Monsters. TASSEKGEBS PASSING OMAHA. 3>r. Tanner on the Last Day of His Long Fast. A CREDITABLE NAVY DEPARTMENT R! PD3T. deception aud Serenade Tendered to Gar field In New York. ; : KISCEILASEJUB FOREIGN HEWS ITEMS. Great Damage Caused by Inundations In Germany. . . . Site !,(«• Me. ■ „. DOMESTIC fI EM 3. The BeEdrr Fiends— Horrifying Recitals. THE OLD WOMAN'S STORY. Omaha, August 6th.— Old Mrs. Bender continues to hold receptions in the jail at Fremont, and continues to confess. In her I talks she occasionally throws additional light on the past life and crimes of the Bender family. To-day, among other things, she said that when she married Bender, alias McGregor, at Springfield, 111., his children, John and' Kate, were in Kansas. The first murder committed by old Bender and wife was at their place near Jacksonville, 111....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 August 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY FNION SERIES -FOL. XXII- TO. '*"• 5 DAILY SERIES -VOL. NO. it .!>. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. . finfcerert-at the Po*tOfi»ce at Sacramento M second class matter SlPi/.'' PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WM. 11. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Offlce, Third sl., be*- J ana K. THE DAILY RECOKD-FNION H published every day of the week. Sundays excepted. For one year...... .........~....«10 00 For six months. J J" For three months ... * 00 Ton copies one rear, to address 80 00 Subscribers scried lr Carriers st TwaKTY-Frvr Cznts per week. In sll Interior cities and towns the piper can be bad "' tbe principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen snd A*enU- Advertising Rates In Dally Becord-Fnlon. One Square. 1 Ume..... .......;...... ............51 00 One S.iuare, i times. 1 ft. One Square, 3 times. I M Each additional time.. CO 1 : 1 Week. J Weeks. 1 Mouth j Half Square, Ist pace i 2 50 $3 50 (5 00 | Half Square. 2d page....... 3 SO '--■: 600...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. nOXSAt ..AI'«I ! ST9. ISSC. ' POLITICAL— NOTICE. During the present campaign the Hkcord-Umios will report the meetings of Republicans, Democrats, ! Workingmen and Greenback-Labor party with equal impartiality. The sams courtesy of advanced notices of political meetings will bi extended to all parties. - AH political advertisements not authorized by the State or County Central Committee ct a party must lie paid for in advance. There will be no exception to this rule if: f- ' -,' NEWS OF THE MORNING. Iv Sew York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at 1002 tor 4s of 1907; 1021 for 5s of 1881; lili for 4js; sterling, $4 83@4 85 ; silver bars, U4J ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling-. ■"..■.. In London Saturday, 02 13-10J ; consols, BT 15-10; 5 percent. United States bonds, 10."Hj; 4s 113; 4{s, 114$. In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91J selling. At Liverpool Saturday wheat was quoted at 9s drrt'Os 3d tor good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 August 1880

TEE DAILY RECORD-TOOK. Hft.VDAT... .....AIUIST 9. 1880. Stfc.nai Corps Keport— 8, 1880. TIMS, a j SAB (TUR licit' WIND P^'M WRATH. 4:02 a. it..... 29.02 i C 7 , Ci '*. E. 5 .... blear 7A. »!.. 29.95 ! 72 j 58 IN. E. 8 .... Clear, 3:02 A.M..... 29. 9G ;76 52 jCalm. \.... Clear Sr.ii 29. !3! 23 X. W. 4 ; . . . Clear «:02r. «. ... 29.80 6:'. • 42 S. W. it! ... ■ Clear Mix. ther., VI deist, Win. ther., 64 desxees. — —— gggiM — i— SSSssSSSS^"*^^^^ M^* Weather Probabilities. ". . ' ' • Washington, August Sth.--For California and north Pacific Coist : Clear or partly cloudy weather. __ ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Sozxlont for the teeth. Murray 5; Laniuan's Florida Water. Clinton L. White, candidate tor the Assembly. _ Vi. C. Van Fleet, candidate for the Assembly, Brickyard for Sale F. S. Freeman .V Co. Knights of Honor—Calif Lodge, to-night. Dr. Nixon— Removal or bis oflice to M street, j | CUood Bruncr, candidate for District Attorney. P. A. Hornblower, candidate (or Assemblyman. Steinway &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 9 August 1880

THE _ MU^RECORD-UNION. MOHiUAT. ■■■■■.. ... .:.. AltillST ». 1880. ' ! ~~ '■ ~ . ■ .. . ffffXf COAST DISPATCHES. tBISPATCUBS OF SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.] ■ * ■ "*- ■■ PASSENGERS PASSING OAELIN. Political Conventions In Various Sections of tie State. STAGE ROBBED BY HIGHWAYMEN. Constcratlon of the Grand Standard of the Knights Templar. CALIFORNIA. Urand standard Consecrated. ;> .»— San Franciboo, August Bth.— The Grand Standard of the Knights Templar, about to leave for Chicago to attend the conclave of the Order, was consecrated to-day at Grace Church . with imposing ceremonies. The Knights, with the standard furled, marched to the door of the ehnrch, where they were met by the Rector, Rev. Dr. Piatt, and a formal request preferred for a consecration of the standard. The procession marched to the altar, where the usual ritual was performed, the Knights making a general confession, kneeling, followed by absolution. This was succeeded by the anthem, "Venite Jtlxolt emus Domino" and the...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 August 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY ENION SERIES -YOL, ILK- fO, 1477. DAILY hUtUKD SeialES -VOL. a. * t— XVt. * .9. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. fettCTeiiMth^Post office Sacrum- as second class matte* PUBLISHED BIT THE Sacramento Publishing Company. WH. H. MILLS, General Manager. < Publication Oilier, Third St., bet. J and K. Yiffrm. DAILY RK ORD-I NION V.V ' la published erery day et the week. Sundays excepted. For on* year............ ...................... $10 00 ■ For six month*. 5 00 Foi three months 1 3 00 Ten •ople* one year, to one addrcsa 80 00 Subscribers tarred r-y Carriers at Twisty-Five Cists per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. - Newsmen and Aetata. - fffrf i Advertising Rates In Dally Record-En lon. One Square, 1 time...............................fl 00 One Sqnare, J times. , 1 "' ■ One Square, J Umea. I *0 Each additional time. CO ' lWeek. 1 Weeks. 1 Mouth Half Square, Ist page...... $2 60 «3 50 *5 00 Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 August 1880

THE DAILY RE CO -UN I ON. j TCE*PAV.... ..." AU4JBST 10. I»IW. ! NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York vsstcrJay Government bonds were quoted at 300} for 4s of 1907; 1025 lor is of ISSI ; I 11IJ forlis; sterling, $4 83<<ji 85; ' silver bars, 114 13-16 ; silver coin, J discount burin;, pur selling. ; Silver In London yesterday, 62 13-101 ; consols^ : 83 16 ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 1053; 4s . 113; He, iv}. .; : .ff fff- j fif". j Iv San Francisco ball dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 91 buying:, 911 telling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s lOdgilOs 3d for cood to choice California. The mining share market opened with a fair de- ; gree of activity in San Francisco yesterday morn- ; in.;, and prices were tolerably strong. Sierra Ne- . rods appeared to be the favorite. The price stead ily rose from $12 25 to $13 50, closing at tbo latter i figure. Union Consolidated, on the contrary, opened i at $23, and irregularly declined to $26 75, which i waft th...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 August 1880

THE DAILY BECORb-OMIOK. TUESDAY ........AItUST 10, 1880. SISM.ii Corps Keporl— August 9, 1880. i ; TIUI 1 SAX TUH HUH HUD KX'S VVKAIII. .4KHA.M..... 29.87 '. 66 ! 59 S. E. 7 .... Clear ' TA.M.. 29. ' 78 65 S. E. S .... Clear • .... 1:02 a.m..... 29. I' 753 | S. 8 ....Clear tr." 29.80 S3 30 i S. 12 .... Clear 1:02 r. M 29.74 75 56 _[ S. 8 .... Clear Max. ther., 93 degrees, iiin. ther., 63 degrees. Weather Probabilities. < WAsnrsoros, August Sth.— For California : Clear j ■ »r partly cloudy weather. For the north Pacific Ooast regions: Tartly cloudy weather, possibly occasional rain. - ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Garfield and Arthur Club— Second Ward. Teachers' examination-- F. I. I.audes, President. Proposals— lmprovements of rivers, etc. _ British Mutual Benefit Society to-night. , Concord Lodge, K. and A. M. this evening. ' •_•• ;.. First Artillery Band— Vi. Davis, Leader." Sir Knights of Sacramento this evening. Auction Sales. D. J. Simmons— Good residence, etc.,' for sale. ' r-uEln...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 10 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. ! TOB*DAT.. — — ■ — —AIGBST 19. IXXM. PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS. SPECIAL TO THE RECORD-UNION Tbe Oakland nomlelde—Habeas Corpus iffCaae or Edward F. echroder. San Francisoo, August 9th.—Argument in the matter of the application of Edward F. Schroder to be admitted to bail, pending trial for the murder of Dr. L.'fevre, was be gun this morning before Judge Evan*, of the Superior: Court, the application being made on a writ of habeas corpus, issued by Justice McKinbtry. of the Supreme Court. Argu ment was offered by Zach. Montgomery for the people and A. A. Cohen for petitioner. Fending the . argument of Mr. Cohen the Court took a recess. -"ffljfUJlHjKSp [SECOND DISPATCH.] ff. SAN Fbancisco, August 9tb.—The Court, at the evening session, in the course of a dis cussion with counsel, stated that in his opinion the prisoner should not be admitted to bail Counsel for defense stated that Judge Crockett, formerly of the Supreme Bench, and who formerly rendered a decision in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 August 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY -FSIOS BEBIE.S-VOLiX_UX-YO.T47r. daily r.x. on » a übies -vol. a vi— no. mto . THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Catered at tbe Poet Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY TIIK Sacramento Publishing Company. 31. H. ILLS, General Manager. 'Vi Publication Office, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY BECOBD-FSIOS Ii published erery day of tbe week, Sundays excepted. ' For one year • .........$lO 00 For six months. • , J 00 For three months • ' 3 00 Ten copies one year, to one address 80 00 Subscribers serred by Carriers at Twenty-Five Cents per week. In all Interior cities mud towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. Advertising Rales In Daily Kcroril-l'nlon. One Square, 1 time ....$1 00 One Square, 2 time*. 1 76 One Square, 3 times. 2 SO Each additional time. SO , lWeefc J Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page «2 50 $3 60 £5 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 SCO Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION; WEDNESDAY ........ AE«JJST 11. ISSC. NEWS OF THE MORNING. 10 New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 1 00] for 4s of 1907; 102} for os of 1S81; 111J for 4Ja; sterling, {4 S3(g-l 85 ; silver bars, 114 ; silver coin, 1 discount buying, par selling. Silver InUondon yesterday, s__|J ; consols, 38 3-16; 5 (er cent. United Slates bonds, 105$; 4s 113; tie, 11*3- , .'•■-'." in Sau Francisco halt dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican : .liars, 91 buying, 91 J telling. ~. ff. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s 11 ' . ICi 3d tot coot! to choice California. A weak feeling wits developed in the Sau I'ran cisoo -ix.- stock market yesterday. This was especial v the caso witli Union Consul i Mcd, which is ihe highest priced stuck now on the Comstock lint and supposed to bo the leading mine. On the carl; informal call, 2,500 shares Union Consolidated gild, the price receding to $13 75, while on the regular call 515 shares sold, closing at $24 50. Sierra Ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 11 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD UNION. WEDNE5DAY. ....... .....;A1«r8T 11. 1880. signal Corps Report— August 10, IBSO. TIM 3. J BAR 'Tna'HUXI WI_ND li'l. IVSATB. 4:02 a. *..... 29.7.1 61 ' 77 1 S. 10 .... clear '■"•- IA. u......i. 23.76 'CSI 70 j S. 8 .... Clear 8:02 a.m..... 29.78 1701 61 S. 8 .... Clear tr. it 29.74 , 82 j 42 i S.lBf . ...Clear t:o2r. ii 29.70 1691 56 I S. 8 .... Clear . Max. titer., 82 degrees. Kin. ther., 59 degrees. "..' .„. ' - - Weather Probabilities. - WASHIN3TCN, August 10th. — For California : Clear or partly cloudy weather. ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Iron moulders wanted. if-. . ' r fZ Wanted- 300 men and 100 scraper teams. Wanted— Two rooms for housekeeping. Hon. K. W. Thompson speak* at noon to-day. Fourth Ward Republican Legion tonight— Byrne's Hall. Army ami Navy League tonight. Card i.f thanks— Phillip mill Catherine Kendel. Card from Dr. II tghson. Mrs. Dietrich— Costumes. Atlantic Gardens— Masquerade ball. To let— A bakery, rare chance. - . Money wanted Strobel. Busi...

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