San Francisco Chronicle, 26Jan1890; Pg. 16

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at as is - c - be a a of to - NEWSOE - THE - KAIIi AH CNFOCSDED TtEPOET CIS COMTRADICTKD Tb Salt Acalnstj IT Tf ood ward lreldeat Adams Xow - In Cuba Steamer Shipments to Portland - A - dispatch printed yesterday an hounced - that the Union Pacifie con templated the immediate paralleling of the Central Pacific lines The hews was dated from New York and pur ported to be the information obtained in ah interview with Charles Francis Adams the president of the Union Pacific When sho wh to a local Union Pacific - official that gentleman said tne article was an absurdity on its face and - was most probably the result of an interview with - the presidential oifice boy as Mr Adams is at present rusticating in Cubv The most likely piece of sews relative to the Union Pacific Pacific is however a determination to extend its Piocheiine to a connection with the Atlantic and Pacific at Bar - stow Carlton H Clark has sued J n Woodward for 939 back pay at the rate of 50 a month as an agent of the Wabash The peculiarity of the case is that while the plaintitf was supposed to - be earning hi 3d a month for the Wabash he was drawing a salary in the Union Pacific and that company does sot allow Its employes to serve two masters Clark is now xith the Denver and Rio G rande Western and it is strange tnat he should not have sued the Wabash Western Instead of its agent Bouth Pacific Coast employes have not received their pay feir some time The road is traveling in bad luck and is not a particularly good paying one at the beat Its maintenance of ways bills are heavy and the blockades blockades and washouts have materially added to the expenses of late That the men will be ultimately paid there is no doubt The Canadian Pacific has no less than sixteen rotary snowplows at work continuoualy on its trarks and so the stoppages on their lines do not number as many hours as they do days on the Central Pacific Oranges and other freight which were shipped by the Southern Pacific from different parts of th estate are all to be brought back to this city subject to the shippers orders Shippers will only be charged the freight on moving their shipments to San Francisco from interior points Three carloads of oranges oranges which had got as far east as Sacramento Sacramento hare been ordered to Portland by steamer The Union Pacific is carrying carrying a considerable quantity of freight by steamer to Puget sound and has not accommodations for all the passengers passengers it could book the the do but the and for the at is sea up is fiat the that tbe the for the Association bay

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 26 Jan 1890, Sun,
  3. Page 16

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