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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, j J .V.: US»AV - - • . . .'• ■■■ ' I «l -ST 20. l**o- J ' THE AGUE CASE. {CONTINUED FROM KIRST PAGE.]- Mr. Haymond then went at • large into an examination of the history of the pardoning pcnver, quoting largely from ' historical and legal authorities and from the acts of Lincoln in granting pardon to the rebels of the _th. tie then replied to the statement that the j Supreme Court had passed on the case on the < merits. He denied vehemently that such | was the case, aud said if the Court had exam ined the record, as had been stated, it had done j what it had no right to do. It was said the i Judges had said they had examined it. What j right have they to be giving opinions in the case, to be meddling with it? To whom have they ■*-_ so ? Why has it been said ? If said I it was another wrong done to Sprague. THE KAV..--TT CERTIFICATE. faff lie proceeded with the argument to show why the certificate ..- of Fawcett ruined Sprague. He wanted to get a certain q...

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. — 27 August 1880

DAILY UNION SIKIES »OL. LIV -SO. OIS. DAI___.YRECORD_EKI__.-VOI_.X_.H-NO. 4157. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Catered at the Port Office at Sacramento as second class natter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. VT H, H. MILLS, General Manager. Publication Office, Third St., bet. 3 and K. THE DAILY RECORD-ENION published every day of the week, Sundays excepted. For one year • 910 00 For ill months. •■•••... 600 . Forthree months J 99 Tea copies •_____, to one address 80 00 Subscriber- served by Carriers at Twists __;___ per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Amenta. Advertising Kates In Dally Bee.rd>. nlon. One Square, 1 time....... • • fl 00 One Square, 2 times. 1 71 One Square, 3 times. 2 50 Each ____—_■—! time. 50 lWeek. -Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 60 (3 50 (5 00 Hal. Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d page 3 00 4 SO 6 00 Half Square, Ith pace 2 00 3 00 4 UJ One Square, Ist p...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FRIDAY.. ...tIU.ST .7, 1880. POLITICAL— NOTICE. During the present campaign the Rrcorp-Uniosi will report the meetings of Republicans, Democrats, Workingmen and Greenback-Labor party with equal impartiality. The same courtesy of advanced notices of political meetings will be extended to all parties. * All political advertisements not authorized by the State or County Central Committee of a party must be paid for in advance. There will be no exception to thi. rulo. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 109 J for ts of 1907; WSJ for 6s of 1881; 1111 for <_»; sterling, 84 B_i&4 84; silver bare, 113 ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. Silver In London yesterday, Eld ; consols, 97 13-16 ; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105J ; 4a in.; 4js, 113 J. %-c.. __^ In San Francisco halt dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91J selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s Gd(g9s lid for goo...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 August 1880

THE'DAILY RECORD UNION. r»IDAT... ......... .AICI'ST 37, 1880. - Signal Corps Report— Angnst 26, 1880. V TIKI. \ «a» laajHuic; wlNt) sam wxati:. 4:02 a.m..... 29.78 |17 IT ~£l .... cleaT" ' A.M. 29.i>l 163 78 I Calm Clear 8:02 A. «...-; 29.81 |68 70 N. W. 2 .... Clear 2 P-a.- ...... 23.70 ■83' 27 ! N. 4 ....Clear 5:02r.M...... 28.75 ! 70 . 53 S. W. 6 .... clear Mil. IhBr., 87 deerccß. Mm. ther., SBdesreti. ' Weather ProbabUltles. •>;': Washih»ioii, August 26th.— For the central Pacific coast region : Clear or fair weather. For the south l'acific coast region : Partly cloudy weather. ADVEBTIEEMENT MENTION. Murray & Lanman's Florida water. ■ For sale — platform spring wagon. To — Sail and row-boat— A. Brewer. Wanted— A first class dry goods man. Wanted— cords of wood for city schools. Sacramento Lodge, F. and A. ll.— Meeting to night. Hancock and English— First Ward meeting to night. Grand pigeon tournament at State Fair. Proposals for work on the Sacramento river. LOCAL INT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 27 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FRIDAY ...ArCBgT iff. 1880. COMMERCIAL. San Francisco Produce Mark 31. . Sis J___ Cisco, August 20tli—1 r. a. Flour—We quote the various brands as follows: Best City Extra, «5 87}; Bakers' Extra, «5 12J@ 6 371; Superfine, $3 50(_4; Interior Extra, $4 75 &b- interior Superfine, S3 6<X_4; Oregon Extra, --« 4 50«t..: choice do, $5_5 25; Oregon Superfine, $_ 5!@ 1; Walla Walla Extra, ti 80@6 12* » bbl WiiKAT-The market is beginning to show more signs of activity. Large transactions are believed to be making on shipping account, though the details are carefully withheld. Holders are strongly re sisting any further decline in price, and exporters will have to advance their bids, unless the financial necessities of sellers compel them to realize. Tele grams from Liverpool report no change In the situa tion. A week ago to-day prices at that center fell 3d all around, and no recovejy has yet taken place. A rumor is current that the Russian authorities con templ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 August 1880

S ACRA MENTO DAILY RE CO RD- UN ION. DAILY I ,MO\ SERIFS— V -No. 91. 4. DAILY lit; -OKI* SERIES -V XXII— .No. 41.-. THE DAILY RECORD-UK I OX. __.«__ at th.- Post Office at Sacrament ._, second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento MMiing Company. WH. H. MILLS, General Man:ii;.:*. Publication Office, Third *»«.. <>--' 3 ami K. gTHE DAILY ICl.ro!__...*Xs_-_i* Is abUslisd every day ol the week. 8 rndsys ...eptwl •-■__ one year ...$lO ut) For six months. 5 00 F_-tl___ months 3 DO Ten ooj ia one year, to one address. £0 Wl _at______ _____ by Carrie/a at Twenty-Five per wee-. Inel! lotcrlO- zitic * and i-.vr._tN paper c.j be ___o-' tho princii, <_ I _ rfodical Dealers _* _ »______ and Affenti. Advcr-L-inz Bates In Dally „lcror<l._r.lo_i. Oae._qTiii_-,>l time......... fl 00 Oue 6<ia_ro, _ times. „ 1 7* Oao Si|_6re. 3 ____ 2 . Each ___! tional time. 50 1 Week. _ Weeks.' 1 Mouth Hi If Bqi*.arß, lst page $_ 30 ... 'At i S 00 11..1. _q _„ _! p_£e 3So C Hi) 6CO Half Bnu_r_,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 August 1880

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE F___lEß AND TEE ORCHARDIST. This Department is prepared for tbe __-M.ri._o RucoaD-Uxio.v by its Agricultural ; Editor. . All matter relating to the agnoul_i__ interna will be found under ti__ head. Rust on Wheat and the North Wind. During ' the long-continued north wind of last spring it was generally feared that the wheat crop would be ruined, but ;it is now conceded that had not the north wind come jnst as it did, and continued as long as it did, the wheat would have been greatly injured by rust. There certainly was never a time when the growing wheat all over the State was in a more favorable condition to be attacked by rust than at the beginning cf • the three weeks' blow from the north we had in April and May last. And' lust was at that time actually making its appearance in many wheat-fields. But the north wind came and continued without cessation for twenty-one days, and when it finally ceased the general feeling was that we w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 August 1880

UP THE COLUMBIA. A WEBFOOT WAYFARER'S TRIP TO WALLA WALLA A Terrestrial Inferno— The John Bay and Umatilla Rapids— The Town of Ains worth—Railroad Progress. Walla Walla (W. T.), August 15th. . My last letter undertook, in a faint way, to describe the mountain wonders found in traversing the magnificent gorge through •which the Columbia river pierces the Si erras to reach the sea, nnd leaving the foam crests and whirlpools of ; the. Dalles behind we were- benighted at the wonder stricken desolations of Ce.ilt>. Tne 'earner Harvest Queen was a very pleasant refuge from the howling winds and whirling sands and a delightful exchange for' the bleak and barbarously romantic shores, and there we slept unbroken until sometime before day, when the sound of trundling trucks was exchanged for the clang of the" engine bel acd rapid stroke of the stern wheel. Looking out, it seemed as if the steamer was afloat among the shadows. The river was as black as ink, and the gray hills and sunburned ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 August 1880

themily|ecord™^. BATUBWAY -JC--- '.'«. IJ_SC. POLITICAL— NOTICE. During the present campaign the B__a_-1 row will report the meetings of Republicans, Democrats Workingmen and Greenback- Labor party with equal impartiality. The same courtesy of ■*' **'-'' * 11 " "'.«•<:-' of political meetings will b_ extended to aii parties. All political advertisements not ;iuthet<lzad by the Btate M Count] Central Committee cl a party must b ■ paid for in advance. There will be no exception to this rule. '■ __^__ ___,^^^_ ' ■•■'A-f THE WEEKLY UNION. The Weekly Union is issued this morning. It is ■sent out twice each week, because it is issued in semi weekly parts. Each part contains eight pages of matter; thus each subscribe! receives sixteen pages of mutter per week. There is no weekly journal on the coast that can make such a bhowiiu. The great advantages of the semi weekly -issue plan ■requite generally understood. It enables a vast number of readers to get tbe news as early and fully as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD . -UNION. SATIKJ>A> .■■■■■■■■■■■ Al'Ul'ST 2S, lisSO. ■USul i«rj!t :-.:-p«ri— Aursnsl 8:, IBSO. . TIM>! ] BAR THE HEM' WIM> R*'» WKAtU. 4:02 a.m....: 29.7? '80 I 7l! S. C ... Clear 7a. it....:... »;«! !63 i 7. S. E. 8 ....|Ck-ir b:oj a. m vi 82 i 67 j 64 i S. I.. 4 ... jClear 2f.11....:... 28.77 81 W 8. W. 4 ....jClcar 8.-O2F. m ■-'„:•; 'US (Si S. !l ....jClear MX. th-^r.. S5 i'-zr-'i. . h'.ir.. -.' r., M »««•• Vfeailier ProbabHiueW. WtMXa&NK, August 27th.— For the central and southern Pacific coast ■ Ion': Clear orimrtly clouJy weather. ADVEaTISESI ST MENTION. Call for citizens' meetiu;; by Mayor Turner. | Notice to contractors — Board of Sup«r>isora. Atlantic Gartens— Sunday night.' Change of proprietors-Express Saloon. Printing prow for sale— A. W. H. HacEwcii. Tru.-.t«'o ealc— M. Milliken. Auction Sales. Sherburn & Smith— To-d:iy, 10 A. «'., "23 X street M-irtin I^uj;— To-day, 10:30 A. ':.. 1016 Fourth street. m B-aslaesa Advertisements. Sc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 August 1880

OU TDOOR AMUSEMENTS. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO THE LOVERS OF FIELD SPORTS. {In this department, as the head indicated, we pro pose to make record of current sporting events. Communications to the paper concerning such •-matters should be addressed to the " Outdoor -Amusement Department "1 . The Handicapping Matter. As we suggested the propriety of doing the For ester Gun Club has done. It was in a posi tion to stop the quarrel about the handi capping rule, and it has done so. It has returned the State Agricultural Society its $200, and ', will now conduct the tourna ment of September on its own account. In doing this ie has done well. The members have acted in a manly spirit, and there are none who can deny them the credit of a sincere desire to advance sporting interests on this •■..*-. The club will have its shoot in Agricultural Park on Tuesday, Wednes day and Thursday of Fair week. We trust the -gentlemen who protested against the Foresters' rule and appeared before tie State Board a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-TOOK SAN FRANCISCO MARKET RE VIEW. iRSrORTRD FOR TIIS _C_Yl'S*(i KEOO&S-I ] Sax 1- .... .Cisco, Au*rn_t 2d, I--". Imports for the week have quite largely ii.c-._sed in value and imporLance. . The wheal uiiluxgrows rapidly. Barley is duller by a shiule. Oats aud c_ru ' are flat. Charter business h:w improved, owini; to the decline in the price of wheat, and a number of . ships have thus secured engagements, The engage ments for the past week were as follows: Ship Manuel Lla^uno, 1732, wheat and merchan iseto Liverpool, £2 16s Gd ; British ship Gri_edale,*l2_l, : wheat to Liverpool, £3, if to Doblin direct, iia ls ; ship North American, 1664, wheat to i-iverpooi or Havre, £2 15s, prior to arrival; British ship Late Superior, 1274, wheal to Cork, V. li-, £3. prior to arrival; baik Henry Buck, CSi, coal irom Nanaimo to this port; British ship Aig •■ ll 1 --*', wbeat to Cork, U. X., £3 9d ; bark Forest Queen, 511, assorted merchandise to Honolulu ; Llewellyn J. Morse...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 28 August 1880

THE ■ i;AILY RECORD-UNION. SAT! KDAY-. .. .'.'. . ...'■'. ■ - APtH:ST2B, 1880. TELEGRAPHIC. LAST NIGHT"* DISPATCHES TO THE heoord- I MUS* WADS HAMPTON'S SPEECH. He Denies the Utterance of Disloyal Sentiments. PASSESGEBS' PASSIBG- OMAHA. Another Kemarktble Performance by St. Julien— A Kile in 2:11 1-4. RESULTS OF "HOME RULE" 111 DIXIE. Further Nominations by tlie Colorado F.e --• publican State Convention. 'MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS OF FOREIGN NEWS. The British Government and the Troubles in Ireland. Sale ■ ................. . 1.1 r. ......... .........t.1f*. DOMESTIC SEWS. Wail* Hampton's Speech Denies that He Uttered DJ. loyal ; Sentiments— •• Valley Virginian" on the Subject. CHICAGO, August 27th. The Tribune has a. two-column special from J. Yost, editor of tb * Valley Virginian, discussing Wade Hamp ton's speech at Stanton, about which there has been b-a much controversy. It begins by quoting the following, which purports to be an extract from a letter of Wade Hampton to the Post, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 30 August 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY CVIOV SERIES -YOL. LlT— * O. 91 5. DAIETBECOHD SEBIES-TOI,. XIII-NO . *«». THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post-office at Sacrament,, as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento PuMsMng Company. Vfit. 11. Mills, Ceneral miser. Publication Office, Thin! at., bet. J and K. .'" -*.' .THE DAILY r.t.X 'USD-I'MIIX Ispnbllslied every day of the week. Sunday* excepted. For one year.... .....-.„......' ........$lO 00 Vox all month*. , 5 03 Forthree months S 00 Tea copies one year, to one address 80 00 . Subscribers served by Carriers at Twkntv-Fivi Cents per week. In all Interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. Advertising Kates In Dally Beeord-rnlon. One Square, 1 time ....tl 00 One Square, 2 times. 1 "' One Square, 3 times......' J be Each additional time. M __>•• 1 Week. 3 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page $2 50 $3 80 ib 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 30 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MONUAY... HlfaT 33. ISsJH NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York Saturday Government bonds were quoted at 110 for *s of 1907; 102§ for 5s of 1881; 111} for *}»; sterling, ** s2&i 84; silver bars, 11 3' ; silver coin, J discount buying, par selling. Silver in Loudon Saturday, 6__Jd ; consols, 87 13 16; 6 per cent. United States bonds, 10JJ ; Is 113J; 4Js, 113 -'. f-YZ' In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91} selling. ■_„ At Liverpool Saturday wheat waa quoted at 9e l.ku&s led for good to choice California. The recent activity in mining stocks at San Fran cisco has somewhat subsided. The boom struck the market about two weeks ago, and has apparently passed clean over it. The libel euit against Wheeler, of tbe Watsonville Transcript, was dismissed at Santa Oruz Saturday. The Hudson Ray Company's steamer Otter has been wrecked about .COO miles north of Victoria, B. 0. General Grant declared in a speech at Galena, 111., ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 30 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD UNION. 1 — . — K05DAT...;. .;...:..:. ...Al'lilST 30, 1880. Weather Probabilities. * WAsnusGTOH, August 29ih. — For the middle Pacific coast region : Clear or partly cloudy weather. ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Information wanted of Fran!; lloltnan. K. of 11., California Lodge, to-night.- Money wanted on city property. Lost— bunch of keys. G. W. Chesley. ■ Auction Sale. Sherburn & Smith, general auctioneers. Business Advertisements. Summons — to C. Stlncen. O. T. li iso mi, champion tonatogrowcr. Murray & Lanman's Florida* Water. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A ROW AND A RUMPUS AND THE RESULT. The half-price saloon opposite to this office was the scene of much activity last night. At 7 o'clock a fight occurred in the place, which drew a large crowd. Two lively chaps got into a wrangle with a third party and pro ceeded to get him into a corner and punch his head. A fourth man interfered as a peacemaker, and the first two turned on him and put bow-windows over his eyes withou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 30 August 1880

THE DAILY_RECOFvD-UXIQy. 80X0AY.....--- '■■il-GWT so, 1880. COMMERCIAL. San Francisco Produce Kaikn. ■' San Faasnsoo, August 2Stli—l r. a. riOTO-The AfUrte will tail ui-day or to-morrow. ter Dublin with 14,425 bbls. Vie quote the various „, mdl v follows: Best City Extra, (5 lii; Bakers' Extra. *5(<!6 l'-'j: Superfine, *3 50®4; Interior 'Ex'-a! N 60*4 "S: interior Supsrtine, *3 603*; Ore 'on Extra,' «4 60>(?4 7 1; choice do, $5©S 25; 0.-eeon Superfine, $3 bCmfi; Waila Walla Extra, at -". ■-, lb * bbl i -KAi -Tlicrc is a tnui-h better demand for ship ping though lean of inflating the market prevent operatora from funiisliiiifc' detailed information. Duriuif the week just endius business has been tairly active. The lowest point touched for pod shipiing was fl 35, while Bales of •ice have run up to 433 per ctl. Millers nave paid as high as 51 47« for strictly flne lota. At the close the market »eems steady. If the views of buyers and sellers were more in accord in regard to value...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 31 August 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. D4IIY r«OX SEWES-rOI.. llV— vn. 91 6. DAII.TBCCUBDBEBI_EI_I-YOL.XAII— NO. mm. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. i? ntered at the Post Offices! :>.itr..iu_._.t_. as second cUss matter PUBLISHED BY TUE Sacramento Publishing Company. WM. 11. USS.VS, General Manager. Publication Office, TUlrd ML* bet. A and U. fr: THE DAILY EECORD-ITOOJf it p-ibUshed every day ol the week. Sundays excepted. ooe year ••« 1 2 «> For six month*. J JJJ Totiiaee month* ■•• *. ™ Tea copies one year, to one address ai uu Subscribers .erred to Carriers at TwsSTY-Frvx -Qkhtb per week la all Interior cuius and towns the paper can be hid of the principal l'eriodlcal Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. Advertising Rates In Dally Record-Union. One Square, 1 time $1 00 One Square. * times. 1 .» One Square, 3 times. 1 M Each additional time. 60 lWeek. 1 Weeks. 1 Mouth Half Square, Ist page #2 bo 83 SO $5 00 Half Square, 2d page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3d [Age 3 00 4 60 6 00 Half Square, 4th pig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 31 August 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. rrE8.1AY.................A1'C15T SI. 18SU. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 110 for is of 1967; IC-2J for 5s ol 1S81; 111 for 4Js; sterling, 81 82@1 84; ..diver bars, 1132 ; silver coin,- J discount buying, par selling. Silver ' in London yesterday, 62 Jd ; consols, VI 18-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105 J; 4s 114; 4Js, 114 J. ; . In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 91 buying, 91} selling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s liltgOs lOd for good to choice California. Mining stocks did not open very briskly in San Francisco yesterday morning. Compared with the beat rates on Saturday, the best rates yesterday showed a decline of {1 in Sierra Nevada and Union Consolidated. There was also a decline of 5c to 75c in many other Comstock descriptions, and an ad vance ol be to 50c in a few others. Considerable property, consisting of fencing and wood, was destroyed by fire last ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 31 August 1880

THE DAILY ItECoim;P 7 ION. 1TE51M.Y.."... .......... ■ AllilST 31, 1880. Signal Ccrp* Keporl— Ausnit 30. 1880. ~~ TIXB. | bar tor; Bin Wl>D * ia'i> >VEATH. 4:02 a. M 2!>.89 54 74 IS.E. 4 ....Clear 7a. « 30. 02 57 69 N. K. 2 ....Clear 8:02 a.m..... 30.04 i6l 71 ■ N. 2 ....Clear jr.« 28.93 76 31 N. 5 ....Clear 6:02 r. M 29.92 68 ! 47 :S.W. 7 ■■■■Clear Mix. ther., 78 detrreei. llin. User., 51tltprec«. Weather Probabilities. WASHtKaTos, August 301.h. — For the middle I'acific ooast region : Clear or partly cloudy weather. For the north Pacific coast region :• Partly cloudy weather ami occasional rain. . ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. SA. O. U. W.— Sacramento Lod«e. So. 60, social. Democratic Congressional Committee meet to-day. Rooms to lot and Bond Sixth street. Signs painted— G. V. Smith. Second Ward KepubHcu Club to-ni b 'ht-Front and X streets. F. and A. M.- Washington Lodge to-night, I. O. O. F.— Kebtkah Degree tonight. Kerub!ica:i Legion to-right. Auction Sale. Martin pnu^-Ton...

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