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

' '*'iiM' REGOKI)-UyiO_.. V-EDXC!*iiiA.y...:-.^..V-^****J«:x- -■ W». NEWS OF TEE MORNING. in New "fort yesterday Government bonds were quoted at IW for 4g of 11107: 103J to 5s of IbSl ; 109 j for 4_s; sterling, *. 4 87 1_ 4 90 ; silver bars, in; ' silver coin, 1 discount buying, { selling. . Silver hi I.oiidoaycfclerday' 52 I I6d ; consols, SS3-16; 5 per cent. United States bonds, IQS; Is, 111; 4_s, 111 la San Francisco half dollars are quoted at per; Mexican dollars, 93 buying, 93J — _. At Liverpool yesterday ' -Kit was quoted at — 1 _r.ij.iftj 4.1 for good to choice California. -* An active business *»■».' done at the Stock Boards in Sao Franc- yesterday, resulting in smut,- ap precis— in most kinds, 1 -allien— rly those at the north end of tho Com i lode. Compared vvith the best rates on the 29_ ot Hay, thi last previous session, t'tah di -teed cr'..-, Sierra Nevada £2, Un ion Consclidatcd 81 00, Mexican $1 12', Or— r ■ ''..', California sc, Consolidated Virginia 35c, liest A Bel...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 June 1880

THEDAILY RECOP-UNIOR. TtrPXE9&Ar.. ....... ..;... jnnre*. i Signal Corps ICeport— June 1, issa. \ -*"*?• | , *»»■ rURIBCKj Wliß ;RJL'ijW«ATfI. *»*.* a.OO 63 ! 72 N. \V. 3'~ ! ciear" I u5....... a.':", 71 : ;.; I N. 4 (....Ocar B*2 A. » .29.07 i 7!; 47 ... I ....n.«:,r ■2 P. a........ 29.93 85 . 21 S. W. 4 1 .... Clear / 5:32r.K.....gi SO 70 43 1 S. 4 ....Clear Mir the-.,SBdc!^ ess. ; Kin. ther.; C 2.-..«. '".- ■ ./[ . Wcadier Probabilities^ I SfOTOH, June Ist— Midnight.— Fur TaciSc eoagt, dear or partly cloudy weather. EEHT Kn-:xiOi(. Republican City Central Committee— Sleeting to iiii{ht. • <'. 'i of thaui's -Sunnier Tost. G. a. R. Union Lodge, F. and A. .'•!• — Tlii* evening, s fourth of July Fantastics. SSi ( A rd -lira. G. K. Godfrey. Fvur.h of July meeting at Court-house to-night. Business .Advertisements. Notice to contractors— Ball of Kccords. Strayed or stolen— A small gray mare. . rUriskl'sSarsaparilla and Pills. I 'VVarucr'd Safe Kidney and Liver Cure— C. Kirk i Co....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 2 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. WEDNESDAY.......--*** JFXE 8. ISM. CHINA AND JAP AN. Tne following itemsof news were brought by the City of Tokio, which arrived at San Francisco Monday from Hongkong and Yokohama : CHINA.- From Peking no further news has been received about Chung Row, and the alarm ing reports about the collision of .Russia and Chinese troops in Hi and of the pas sage of the Amur by Chinese soldiers, re main, unconfirmed.-: It is said, however, that some distinct development of events is likely to be manifested in a few days' time. .'..-.■_■ . - • " H. B. M. gunboat Swinger received tele graphic orders on Wednesday night to pro ceed at once to Shanghai, and has left for that port. A large foreign fleet is now assembled in the Wangpoo river, ready for immediate service. - ilt would seem that the Chinese orders for cannon, rifles and, ammunition sent to Europe are very large. The Shanghai, Nanking and Tientsin arsenals are working over time by express orders of I.i, who has or...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 June 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UINION. DAU.T r\lO\ SERIES -VOI.XUIX— NO. 7417. li A »_1 BECOBD S --Its -TO-. _ YT-S 3419. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as seconti class nutter PUBLISHED BY ____. Sacramento Mlishing Company. VM. H. ______ Ckmeral ___-«•_ l_blle_tlo_ Oflce, ___*_ »«.. bet. J **__ K. ' THE SAIL- BECOBD-17-lO ll_mb___d en _ r- the week. Scndsjs excepted JOl OiiOfC— • '■'PS rots— month* . J ("J Pai three months » Ou — — ooples one r«— lo one — id— — l 80 0C S-w— ihe— a—red by Carriers at Twistt-Fiti o_ar_ per week- In —J interior cities end tow— the paper esn be had — ihep— neb— Periodic— l Dealer— , *".—_—— and — cent— AtfTcitlsl— X Bales Ira Dally Becord-V— lon. One Square, -time... .".'...fl DO O— Hju— 1 _.... 179 One Square, 8 time*.... 1 Ml Kaon addition— tine. 60 lWeek. -ITe«___ 1 Month Ha-Bqcnre, lit paw., ....5> 60 tiio $5 CI Hi- Bqcare, M page J 60 00 (00 Half Sdcire, 3d pa«e 8 88 (60 6 OC Hall Square, 4th page 100. 00 « CC Ono Squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 June 1880

TEE DAILY pCQRDrUyiO^. TIM-SPAT ...:■■■■ ...'.-:■ JEXE 3.1830. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 108 J for 49 of 1907; 103 for Ss of 1881; 109} for 4_a; sterling, $4 S7(*4 90 ; silver bars, 114} ; silver coin, J discount buying, i ar selling. Silver \in Loudon yesterday, !)2_d ; consols, ps .-;<;; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105; 4s, 110; 4.8, 111. In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 93 buying, 93} telling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s IC'.litflOs 4d for cood to choice California. The demand for mining stocks in San Francisco yesterday was less urgent than on Tuesday. The best rates showed a decline of from 5c to $2 50 per share all round. The largest decline was in Union Consolidated, which fell oft .2 59. Sierra Nevada dropped Sl 2D, Utah $1 37}, Mexican and Ophir each Sl, and other kinds from 75c down to sc. The Portland (Or.) Mechanics' Fair will open October 3d and continue until tho...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. TIIMWTIiy .....:....:....... H XE 3. ISBO. ■"ma! Corps Ueport— 9, l»80, lULB. - 1 »i£ run iick . . WUID'. 'UA'J^WKATH. , . • ■ . fcMA.ll 29.81 C 4 65 ! S.E. :. ....Clear 7A. M........ 29.86 75 40 S.E. 5 ....Clear 8:02 a. a.....' 29.86 !81 45 j S. 4 ....Clear 2P.M........ 29.81 |80 33 S. 10 ....Clear 8:02 P.M..... .29 78 ICSI 63 I S. 12 j .... Clear Jits, ther., 86 rtc-jfrcer. Mid. tier., OS degTscs. -Weather Probabilities. .; ; Wasui-jotox, Juno Midnielit.— For Pacißc coast, clear or partly cloudy weather. &BTBKTIBEHEBT EIEKTIOR. Knight Templars, Sacmmento C'oiniKaiu'.ery, to night. Fourth at July Fantastic^ to-night. I K. of 11., Unity Lodge, to-night. Picnic of Father Slathew Society. ' . ; . Card from T. J. Scott and Andrew J. Muir. City uni! County Republican Committees M-nijht. I. O. O. P., Sacramento Battalion, toniKht. Auction Sales. By D. 3. Simmons St Co., costly residence, June 10th. By M J. Simmons k Co., valuable real estate, to day." Business...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 3 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THCBSDAY . ;.......:. :'. ... . -CSE 3. ISSO. GENERAL NEWS. SPECIAL TO THE RECORD - 1' ION. DOMESTIC SEWS. Affairs at the National Capital. [Special to the ItEcoRD-1.'.-*riO!..| Washington, June 2d. The river and harbor appropriation bill passed the Senate to -day without any change in the Pacific coast items heretofore reported. Representative Page offered an amendment to the general deficiency bill in Committee of the Whole to-day, to appropriate ?7,C00 for the payment of . the California Deputy Mar shals of .Election. It was rejected by a vote of 50 against 44. By threatening to raise the point that there was no quorum, Page ob tained an order that a vote by ayes and noes shall be taken upon this amendment in the House. Representative Davis, at the instance of the Bunker. Hill Association of California, has to-day procured an order from the Secre tary of War, directing that a Federal salute be fired on the 17th inst. from all the forts in San Francisco har...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 June 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAIIT C\IOV SERIFS -tfOl, ILIT-NO. 7477. • DAILY RECtfRU S„<ilCS -VOL. XO. 2179. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as si-coml class matter PUBLISHED BY THB _acramß_to Pnblis_ing Company. Vt"_3. H. MILL*. General Manager. C_rbllca_en oae*, Third at., bet. J and __. THE DAILY RECOSD-KKIO- . (spa! __— _ arai — V of the weak, S_— _j» — -epted. For one r0ar.....; • * I ?_S month*. ■ J 00 Fee three mon—a.... ... ••... JOO roc oop— « one roar, lo one ndJrem 80 00 Sub. crtbera •erred br Carrie— at Tw»J.TI-Frvi: fjzara pm weak. 'In —1 Interior cities and towns the paper _- be bsd ot th* principal Periodica! Dealers. Hoe— — a and Asfmtm*. Advertising Bates In Dally Beeord-Cnlon. One Square, 1 time , ......tl 00 One Square. J times 1 75 One Square, 3 times...... , 1 BO Each additional tima. GO I Week. 1 Wmlb. 1 Month Half Square, lit pat* $2 50 (3 60 (5 00 Half Square, M pace 3 GO 100 8 00 Half Square, 3d pane ! 88 ISO 8 0C Half ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 June 1880

TUB DAILY REOORD-UiNIO^. Hi! nkM.....-..d...i..fdv\K -l/lSttll. Tor. San Francisco office of the Daily Recokd-Umox aadWuireLV Usios is at -OS Montgomery street. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds v.ere quoted at lOOJ for 4s of 1907; 10? J for Cs of ; 1--1 ; loß| for 4Js; sterling, $4 S7l"*4 90 ; silver bare, 114 J ; silver ooin, J discount buying:, lar selling. Silver in London yesterday, '■ rcijid ; consols, PS 310; 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105; -Is, 110; 4Js, IU. In San Francisco half dollars are qucted at par; Mexican dollars, 93 taping, 931 selling. •At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted ax Os lOditlOs 4d for good to choice Califoreia. Mining stocks drooped in San Fraucisco Wednes day evening, and opened weak yesterday morning, but improved a little at the regular call. The beat prices yesterd -y, however, were generally from 5c to 75c lower than the best prices Wednesday." '. Tlie jury in the Bo_ (ord case, at Bakersficld, dis agreed, and wore...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 4 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. 1'K1DA5....... .......... .,.'.;. ji\e •». J»SO. , *!^nnl Corp* Rrporl- Jniic 3. I.'SO. TIHS. | HAW ,nik , i t »: » IM> i. A .s XCtULXU. 4:02 a. a...: 29.81 : -,i i7I!S. 10 I Clear !i.«.i 29.01 '00 63 ! S. 10 .... Kill 8:02 a. m 29.03 j6! Cl S. 10 ....Cloudy IP. X..:: ..-.. 251.03 i 76 I +1 ; S. 8 .... ( Clear 8:02 p. m..... »<> 90 I ea- 1 SO I S. 7- ....'CU«r_ Mir. thcr., 78 decrees. Mm. ther..S3'iegreeg. Weather I'robabillf ie*. . • WMIUIWWWI, ' June 3d— Midniplit.— Kor Tacific | coast, dear or turLly cloudy neatlicr. A3VESTISn-"E3»T Jii:K"riOS. Races at Agricultural Park. Great Crevice Hining Company— Stockholders' meeting". ■ Canvassers wanted. Base Ball mat li, Sunday. Affidavit— Lottie Smith. Public Sehoob— Card from O. W. Hancock. gacamento Hussars tonight. Auction Sale. Bell & 00. I'urniture, to-day. Sns&csa Advertisements. Jumcs I. Patter & Co.— Wines and liquors. Conservatory of Musij— Roo':..! to-night. Brlatol'i BanapaiiUa. Tr...

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

THE PAILY RECORD-UNION. FBI-AY . ; .. -.'.:... ....... ..... -TOE 4, ISBO. CONGRESSIONAL. [srKiAL bt •m.tKr.Arn to -run rsxmio-ckios.] Senate. wasuikotcv, Juno so.— me donate resolution submitted by Butler on Friday, calling on the Sec raUry of the Treasury for copies of all papers, etc., of interest in his Department relating to the claim of ihe United Sta cs against the New York Central and Hudson River BattftKt. Company, for 5 per cent, tax on the scrip dividend of SO per cent, de clared in l_-o9 vn its stock capital, aud that the Commissioner of Internal Revenue 6U.i>eiid all action thereon until instructed by Congress- a to the manucr of its Hettl.-u.i nt, waa adopted. 'Ih? Senate bill to consummate the resolution ci the Continental Congress, by appropriating ¥41,000 to erect a monument to General - Herkimer at the battle-field o4 Oriskany, New York, was passed. OoekreD wished to record his objection to all ap propriations of this kind. Th? Presideut pro teen, pii_rt-utcd th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 June 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UINION. „,„. iviov SERIES-VOl-. X— IX -Wo. 7477. _____ K-o»k£ SEEJES-VOI- _ -I-MO. 2477. CHICAGO. T_ir- Lay of tlie _.epiiblica_ Na tional Convention.'-/ TEE CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE, Sharp Passage Between Hay mond and Logan. CONTESri-TG DELEGATES. Work of tlie Committee on Flat form. THE IXGITEMEUr MODERATING. Chinese Immigration— The Modified Plank. — [SPECIAL BY TKUKIRAHI TO IBS 1900—9 I .IMS.] Chicago, June 4th.— While the interest in the Convention and its business continues in tense, there is a visible abatement of the ex citement this morning. At a quarter past ten there are few delegates in their seats, and the galleries are not filled. Spectators," how ever, are still pouring in, and as the weather is cloudy ai.d cool, there is no doubt that another hour will see the house crammed to its utmost capacity. A ROYAL VISITOR. Among the spectators in front of the plat form is Queen Victoria's youngest son, Prince Leopold, accompanied by his friends. The Princ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 June 1880

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. -PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE FARMER AND THE OECHARDIST. [Tills Department Li prepared for the Sacramento llecobu-Unios by its Agricultural Editor. All matter relating to tho agricultural interest will be found under tilts head. THE ORIGIN AND .USES OF. INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS. Industrial organizations are of much later • date than political or governmental organiza tions. The latter, in some form, had an ex istence and have a history almost coeval with the existence of man. Man seems to have learned to some extent the necessity of organ ization for self-protection at a very early day of his existence. Families and tribes united to protect their members against the' en croachments of other families and tribes ; but the idea of organization or concert of ac tion for the purpose of advancing industrial occupations, or of improving the modes of cultivating the soil, or of gaining a liveli hood, is of very late origin. About all we know of the agriculture of ancien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 June 1880

(FOR. THE RECORDUNION.] SET IN A SILVER SEA! _ -. ■_.:■-■ .'__.■ __■ —__.__.. A ROMANCE BY B. L. FARJEON, AUTHOR OF "BLADE 0' GRASS," "BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES," "JOSHUA MARVEL "'■' "KING OF NO-LAND," "THE BELLS OF PENRAVEN," ETC. CHAPTER XXI. TILE WHITING IN THE El BLE. " It is a good thing I thought of con cealing what I write between the pages of my Bible, for the woman who is given to me as a companion continues to watch my movements in an extraordinary manner. I asked her this morning whether she was paid to do it, and she replied, with detest able smiles, that she was only doing what was for. my good. This moans so much that I shall speak to Harold about it. "'I. have- spoken, to Harold. I told him that the woman was watching me. He said surely not, and seemed to ask it as a question. I told him that I saw her searching my clothes in the middle of the night, when she supposed me to be asleep. He said that was sufficient ; the woman should be discharged; and added: "If you w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UXIOIV -ATCRPAT......'..;.........'.. Jf.5E ■%, ISSO. The San Francisco office of the Daily Record-Ukion and Weekly Unios is at 208 Montgomery street. . THE WEEKLY UNION. Tlic Weekly Chios issued this morning is om of the most valuable papers published on the conti nent. It is not necessary now to refer to its varied departments and to the skill and labor applied to each, nor to the rare managerial abi'ity displayed in the conduct of the paper- tliese speak for them selves, and give evidence in every column of read ing matter prepared or selected. As -a news Journal we desire just now to present its claims, and while it is complete in all departments of news, the chief claim is that it gives news oftener and fresher than any other weekly. This is so because it is issued in semi-weekly parts, which gives the reader the current fact and. opinion of the day long before the old-time weekly is issued. Each serai veckl. part consists of eight rages, making a total of sixt...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. .niKini :....;.jraiEs.'i*se. Signal Corp* Import-June 4. 1880. riMB. I BAR ITIIR HUM . WUIO jKA'N WKATH. _____ i I I I ' «32 A. *..... 30.02 '62 32 N. 18 |.... 'Clear 7 A.M....... 30.08 65 40 N. W. 15 ....Clear 8:02 A. it..... 30.11 87 |33 N. 16 ....Clear !p. m .30.07 74 32 N. W. 15 .... Clfar 8:03 r. 1i..... 30 02. I 71 I 41 I N.lO |...-!Clear M\x. ther., 76 d<«re«s. ; Mm. ther., 60 degrees. ADVEKTISIMEWT KBHTIOB. ' Union Lodse, A. O. U. W. - Meeting this evenin?.. Sacramento Comma.>dery- this evening. Spring Races— Trotting race to-day at 2 e.u. . To whom it may concern- W. H. Baldwin, M. D. Pioneers— Social meeting to-night. Capital Gymnasium Club-Mouday evening. Hoard of Education-Special meeting this evening • Auction Sales, Sherburn & Smith— To-day, at salesroom. Bel] i Co.-This morninff, horse, buggy, liaixees, «lc. i Business Advertisements. Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company. Elegantly furnished rooms— To rent, cheap. Situation wanted by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION; MANHATTANISMS. 'diddf ... % FELIX AI-ER'S MARRIAGE, MIND AND MANNERS. Edwin Booth's Probable Engagement in Europe— ls the Metropolis In the Torrid Zone? New Yof.k, May 27, ISSO. Colonel Robert C. Ingersoll's second lect ure «at Booth's Theater, Sunday evening, drew fully as large an audience as the. first lecture. The house was packed with highly intelligent, elegantly dressed men and women of the better class, who were as en thusiastically approbative of "The Gods" as they had been of " What Shall We Do to be Saved." The speculators did not reap such a harvest as they had reaped, be cause the public, having gained knowledge by experience, had provided themselves with tickets at the box-office beforehand. In all other respects, the audience was al most identical with that of the previous evening, representing the liberal, thought ful, individual part of the community. The daily city papers have generally given very fair reports of Inge— roll's lectures ; but ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET REVIEW. [UFORTID FOR tub bacbamsmto , ekcoilo- vs ion.] Sas Frascisco, June 3, 1880. In business circles there is little news to report this week. The supply of disengaged tonnage is light. Only one spot charter has been made for the week, and that at £3 to Cork and a market. Some 122,000 tons register is known to be here in time for the grain c.-op, but that will not be sufficient. It is the belief that the recent long-prevailing north winds have shriveled the grain considerably in the central sections. It is not probable, however, that the damage is very serious, and the fact is quite well established that the northers have been the bane of the much-feared rust, which is now a thing no more to be alarmed at this season. The quota tions for domestic '.produce jj show immaterial chill lges. The financial situation is the same as last Keek. Looil securities have a better tone still, but are not greatly sought for. Money prefers to seek inv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 5 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UN ION. -5ATURDAY.......... JUKE 5. 1880. COAST DISPATCHES. "{SPECIAL TO THE -BIN ION.] . ' v l • -. * - CALIFORNIA. The- Kall'itrU-MeKon Ellx-I Case. ; San Francisco, June 4th. — Ex -Judge Louderback appeared for Kalloch in the Po lice Court this morning, and moved that the prosecution against Nielson be dismissed, and stated that it was no bona fide prosecution, and the Mayor did not want it pushed. If there was anything in it, he was the proper person to have it prosecuted. The Court overruled the motion and the case was con tinued till to-morrow, as the Mayor has thus far eluded the officer who is to serve him with the subpsna. - Grand -rove, l. A. O. B. San Francisco. June 4th. — The Grand Grove, U. A. O. D., which has been holding its sessions at Oikland, this afternoon adopt ed the report of the Committee on Endow-' ment Fund, by which the legatee of a de ceased member will receive §500, and after installing its officers and appointing District Deputies and c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 7 June 1880

DAILY I WHIN BEBIES-roi.*CI.IS-"VO. 7477. DAU_YB£_COBD SKiiIES -VOL. XTI— SO. 2419. THE DAILY RECORDATION. : Entered at the Post Office at Sacramento as sccu-irl cli _s matter PCBLISHSD BY. THI Sacramento PnMsMng Company. Wn. n. SOUS, General Manager. . PabUcatlcn Office, Third st., bet. J and 11. THE BAIIT BECOSD-CWIOX t*pubUsfc»l era_j Sat of ike weak, Sundays ei-t-yte I »o* one rear........... ............ _;.;...;;.."...510 OC . £01 «lx month*. • 5 CC for three months , 3 OC Ten oople* one year, to one address SO ot Svbeo_rft>en served by Can..™ at Twsnti Pram per weak, la all interior cities and towns the Eper can be bad of ibe principal Periodical Dealers, rfiaiu and Agent*. A4vertl*lnz Betes la Dally Beeord-EnloD. o«_sS<ri»r*, 1 time.. ........................... ..51 OC One Square. 1 times. , 1 75 One Square. 3 times. „. ] EC Saeh additional time. EC IWeek. Week*. I Month Half Square, Irt put* 12 60 IS 60 Si OC Half Square, Id pace ISO (03 '- 800 Ball Square, 3d pace I...

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