April 27, 2013
140 years ago
The latest from the Modocs. The Calvary has returned and found no sign of an Indian trail. Dr. Calbaniss has just returned from the lava beds with two squaws. One old one was shown Schouchin's head and said it was his.
130 years ago
(Continued from Friday) Mansfield confided to his son that he was entirely innocent of any wrong and if the family would go to a certain book, on a certain page it would be found that the date of the year had been placed in the wrong column. It was found that the year 1858 had been added to the cash account by mistake.
100 years ago
The Baltimore Oriole, the annual spring visitor has shown up in this city after a winter absence. The oriole is without a doubt the handsomest bird that comes to this section. The noisy clatter will last until the first fall frost.
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70 years ago
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50 years ago
(Photo Caption) With the Legislature drawing to a close a group of lobbyists take it easy in one of the committee rooms. Pictured is Walter Cox, Richard Hanna, John V. Muller, Howard Gray, Robert McAdam and Bob Guinn.
20 years ago
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