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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 June 1880

THE DAILY UECORD-UHIOK. 'WKIISE!*D.I¥.. 31SV, «S. 1889. Tiik San Francisco office ol the l> .ily UkcokdUsios and Wkek'.v Umos is at.208 Mimttr >mery strtct. NEWS OF THE MORNING. Id New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at JoS§for4sof 19 7; 103} for 5s of 1SS1 ; Lo9| for 4£« ; Hierlirnr, $4 Mi 1 ■■>! S3 ; silver bars, 1151 ; silver coin, } discount buying:, iar celling. BUtsi in London yesterday, 52Jd ; consols, 88 9-16 : 5 per cent. United Status bond?, 105} ; is, UOJ; 4;.5, 112 J. In San FranuUco ball dollars are quoted at par; Mexican dollars, 96 buying, 93j selling. ;7 . ;, At hivTj'Ool yesterday wheat was quoted at 9s M'j9a lid for Rood to choice California. In the San Francisco stock market yesterday ' print-) were generally lower than at any time this mouth. The markei opened cs|>eciaHr weak, but rallied a little on the rctrular call. George Silvcrthom U again on trial at Shasta for murder. Georgu Shield*, was awMonUlly shot Monday at Cottage drove, Or. T...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. MT.nXEaDAY. . .............. Jim 23. I>SO. Signal Corps ltcport— Jane 32, IMBO. nXI. [ OAK TliH UUM; KIM) 'Ri'S V. KATU. 4:05 L. ...... 23.51 I £5 77 ! S. S ].... 'Clear 7A. M ....!». 85 |63; 07 I B. 10 . ....Clear B*2 A.X..... 2:i.S(! iC6] 69 ' S. 8 ....'Clear gp. v........ 23. 53 78 |43 S. 11 ...'Clear 8:02 r. v 29. SO I 65 I C 3S. V.'. 11 ... Clear M it. thcr., 79 decrees. Mir., ther.. 63 iio.Teeß. Weather rrobabt lilies. Washi?:otos, June 22d.— Pacific coast : Clear •r partly c!oin!y weather. ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. •Endowment Rank, K. of 1., this evening 1 . Soldiers Injured, disabled, etc.- I. 11. Hopper. / Card of thanks— l*. J. Hickman. To let— A furnished house. Sheriff ft'c; of real estate. Walhalla Grove, 11. A. O. D. Terminal Railway Company-Notice. Northern Railway Company— Notice. San Tablo and Tularc Railroad Company— California Pacific Railroad Company— Notico. A. 11. McDonald -Petition for re-election. Business Advertisements. Bristol's Sar...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 June 1880

THE DAILY -RECORD-UNION. VFEDSEBDAY. ."...': «SB ".IS**. SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. [From San Francisco exchanges of June ttt.] Hereafter the Panama steamers will leave this port on the sth and 19th of each month. The Board of Freeholders last night passed a provision to close ail drinking sa loons at midnight. The city and county tax levy for 1880 81 has been "fixed at SI 43. The State levy ' will bring this up to over two per cent. There is no foundation, as far as c.in be ' learned, for the rumor that the present I Registrar of Voters is to be removed and replaced by Marcus D. Boruck, the ex-Sec retary of the State Republican Committee. Mr. Boruck denies its applicability to him self in a card, and Mr. Kaplan knows nothing of the matter. Arrangements have been made for trans portation by rail of Sir Knights to attend the Triennial Conclave of the Grand En campment of the United States at Chicago, with their families, for $1 10 and return within ninety days. Sleepers and meals will be e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 23 June 1880

THEDAILY RECORD-UNION. mi;.-*: MM* ': • - - 83. ISSO. SAN FRANCISCO IT£MS. [From San Francisco exchanges of June 22J.] • Hereafter the Panama steamers will leave this port on the sth and 19th of each month. The Board of Freeholders last night passed a provision to close all drinking sa loons at midnight. The city and county tax levy for 18S0 31 has been fixed at SI -43. The State levy will bring this up to over two per cent. There is no foundation, as far as can be I learned, for the rumor that the present Registrar of Voters is to be removed and replaced by Marcus D. Boruck, the ex-Sec retary of the State Republican Committee. Mr. lioruck denies its applicability to him self in a card, and Mr. Kaplan knows nothing of the matter. Arrangements have been mude for trans portation by rail of Sir Knights to attend the Triennial Conclave of the Grand En campment of the United States at Chicago, with their families, for $116" and return within ninety days. Sleepers and meals will be extra....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 June 1880

daily VXIOV sn:if>!-«!)i,xni-!««, 1477. UAILiKLCOUU SERIES -VOX.. XVI— l>. 3 119. THE DAILY. RECORD-UNION. Entered at the Post Office »t Sacramento as ict.i:i.l cUss matter PUBLISHED BY THB Sacramento Publishing Company. WH. H. SI IXtf, General Manager. Fvblleatiuc Office, Third it., bet. J and K. THE DAILY EEI'OED-rNIOJf bpahUihad crerr da* of the net Sundays ezoerted Foronerur...., • .....{lO OC Tor di maothi. C 00 rorthn* monthf „ 3CC cm oople« one ran, to on* addnsM 80 00 Salacriben wired b» Carriers at Tw«jii/-Ftye Outs po ntk. In all Interior cities and towns the oepcr osc be bad of the principal Periodical Dealers, Eferoaen and Agent* A.drertl*ln£ Bate* la Dally Beeord-Union. QnarVpum, 1 Hint , 91 00 Oneßqnar*, 9 toes. „.,, 1 ,;; One Squire, 3 time* , 3 BO fclfltl additional time........ ••••••.••••.••• ttta CO lWeefc. IWwii. lHoeth gall Square, lot paga ID 60 $3 90 {5 at Half Square, 24 page 3 80 00 8 0C Half Square, id page 169 « 60 6 0C Hall Susans, 4th page t 00 >...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOj. TMUKSI»AV JP.VE 21. 1888. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In New York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at 10SS for 4s of 1937; 102 j for 5s of 18S1; 109jj for Us ; sterling, $4 BB^i 63; Hilver bars, 116-1 ; silver coin, \ discount baying, par selling. Silver in London yesterday, s'2}d ; consols, 98 S-16 : 5 per cent. United States bonds, 105J ; is, UOJ; 4js, Lit}. In Baa Fraueisco half dollars are quoted at par Mexican dollars, 03 buying, 93} felling. At Liverpool yesterday wheat was quoted at Ds 66@9t lid for uood to choice California. Mining stocks opened very quiet in San Francisco yesterday. There was about as much business transacted at the early informal stssinu as at the regular session. Prices were trifle better than on Tuesday, but the changes were lew insignificant to be elaborated. Otto, the domiclcd ex-County Treasurer, was sentenced at Santa Cruz yesterday to five years in the State Prison. The remains of General Slitter reached Litiz, Pa., yesterday,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THi:nSJ>AY.. .....JOE 24. I!*S0. Bisual Corps Keporl— *3, 1880. IUM. I BAK TUR UUM WIJ.D IIA'N VVKATII. ' I I 4:02 A. M..... '29.85 M 77 S. 7 .... : Clear 7i.1l 20. 65 03 i S. 7 ...'Clear 8:02 a.m. 89.83 07 55 S. « ....Fair !M! M.SS ■74 47 S. 12 Clear B:02r. ¥.....!59.85 '05 63 S. 5 ■■■■ Clear II ix. ther., 70 decrees. Miri. ther., 53 itejrecs. Weather Probabilities. WASniXGTOS, June 23d.— For Pacific coast : Clear •r partly clou weather. :. : ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. K. of 11., Unity Lodge, to night. , Funeral notice to Pioneers. K. of 11., California Lodge, to-night— Special Wanted— A carpenter. Trustees' election— Reclamation District No. 317. Auctions. Bell 4 Co.— Oil paintings. I). J. Simmons & Co.— Ueal estate. Business Advertisements, Bazodont tor the teeth. Hurray & Lannian's Florida Water. In bankruptcy— Charles Heisen. W. (Food -Dentisi, 317 J street. Arcade — Thomu Guincan. Removed— & Martin, attorneys. Union Foundry— Root, Neflson &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 24 June 1880

THirnAILY RECORD-UNION. TmritaPAT-.- " . .. Jl SiE 84. IHSO. CINCINNATI. [CONTINUED FROM KinST PAGE.] various counter motions were made, the pur port of which could not be heard, the motion to proceed to the naming of candidates as moved by Breckenridge, was adopted. The roll of States was then called accord ingly for nominations. NAME OP FIELD PRESENTED. When California was reached, Judge Me- Elrath took the platform and presented the name of Judge Stephen J. Field with the fol lowing remarks : [Note. — There is no McEirath in the Cali fornia — supposed to be a tele graphic error for Metcalfe of San Francisco.] Mr. President : We have met on this occa sion, an occasion to be forever memorable in the annals of the Democratic party, for the purpose of nominating the next President of these United States. And why, let ma ask, U this vast hall filled with representatives of the people from all the States ? Is it not that we may, by our actions this day, preserve for ourselves and our c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 June 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY i MOV 9ERIF.S -VOl,iniT -KO. 7H7. UAILI'UECOUU -VOL. I'«— NO. 3119. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. Eirttred at the Post OiTicc at Sacramento .is second cfcfas patter PUBLISHED BX THI lacrameiito Publishing Company. HH. O. HILL*. General Hanager. FabllcaUon ©See, Third st ., bet. J «nd X, THE DAILY KECOBD-tSIOJI Ispablithsd met iv of the week. Soudan exceptcd. For on* **9i5 £O» fix months. • ••• • » '-*- Tor three monthi ■• • 55 tin ooplee on« roat, to one addioM ...„„..... 80 01 Bthacriben served by Carriers at TwiSTtf-Fivi Ours per weak. la all Interior dtla* and town* the rap«r can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Re wimio and Aces l» id vert Uicrr Kates In Daily Record-Vnlon. Ou8«oan, 1 to. $1 00 One Square. 3 ttznea........ ..■«■•••■•••...■•••••*• 1 75 One Square, 3 time*.. , ISO Each additional ilma • •■«....• 60 lWeefc I 'Weeks. 1 Month Half Bocare, lit pajn UK 13 60 95 60 Salf Square, Id page 3 60 100 8 00 Hall Square. 3d pace IN • GO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 June 1880

TBjj PAIL? RECORD-UNION. FKSLVIV Jir.\E v,. ISHO. NEWS OF THE MORNING. In >!_•* York yesterday Government bonds were quoted at JO3J for 4sof 1907; lOSJ for 5s of 1881; lO9J for 4{-a; sterling, $1 SC.IW4 S9 ; silver bars, Usi : silver coin, J discount bin : , j-ar selling. Silrer in London yesterday, £i~}'J ; consols, 88 910 ; 5 per cent. Unite! States bonds, 105} ; is, 110J; JJs, 1121. Ii: Sin Francisco half dollars are quoted at par ; Mexican dollars, 93 buying, OSJ ailing. ai Llrerpool yesterday wficat waa quoted at 9s ■'■ lid for cood to choice California. The sessions at tho Stock Boards in Sun Francisco yesterday morning were short and unsatisfactory. Only twenty-five minutes were spent at the regular Bastion. Values were a little off nearly in every ci&e, hut in no instance did the reduction rise to the dignity of $1 per share. The volume of business transacted was unusually small, even for these dull times. The Reno Savings Bank has suspended. In a shooting affray betw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 June 1880

THE lUILY RECORD-UNION. FRIDAY ..:.......".. JIXE 25. 1880. ttgaal Corps deport— Jane SI, 1880, tUI3. \ 6AR TUR UUHj WIND RA'K^VKATH. «:C2v.M 23.8* j6l 87 [ S. 7 ....Clear 7 a.m..,,.,. 20.02 jO3 67 ! S. 0 Clear B*2 a. M 19.93 OJ 59 S. W. 7 Clear Jr. ii........ 29.90 ;70 45 i S. 13 ....'Clear, 8:02 r. M i23.f1l 'C 4C 3 I S. 10 ..■■ Clear Mix. ihcr., TO degrees. Slin. ther., 52 degrees. ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan-" To California Through Death Val ley." In Bankruptcy-- Philip E. Bradford. Sacramento Uuesits— Attention, tonight. To Let— Rooms, with board, in a privata house. Democratiu ratification meeting, to-night Social at Dr. Frost's church this evening. • Wanted— \. girl to take care of a bab) - For Salo— Span of young horses. To Large, finely furnished bed-room. Auction. D J Simmon*— Real estate tale. Business Advertisements. IX De Bernard! & Co.— Poultry, eggs, etc. Bristol's SusaparilU ;md Pills. Orchard for -Carl StroDel, fluent. Ebntr Bros., importers aud wholesal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 25 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. FBIDAT.. 7. -MSB 23. 1880. ENDED. [OONTISDED FKOM FIRST PAGE.]' their arrangements for a grand ratification meeting to-morrow evening at Platfs Hall. The various organizations will assemble at their places of meeting and march to the hall, where they will be addressed by promi nent speakers. Much good feeling prevails over the nominations, and at the Democratic headquarters the expression is that the choice is the most available that could have been made. It is admitted that possibly some handle may be made of Hancock's connec tion with the Surratt business, but the belief is expressed that it will have but a trifling ef fect. Great confidence b expressed in the ability of the party to carry New York by virtue of the position assumed by John Kelly, and it is claimed that Pennsylvania must also be added to the list cf doubtful States. Owing to the general misunderstanding that the Vice-Presidential nsminee is English of Connecticut, that State is also claimed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 June 1880

SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. DAILY r&IOS SERIES-TOI. \LIX J°- 'ill' DAILY KECO&U SEKIES-VOL. \*l-.No. i*7!. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION- Entered nt tW Post Office at Sacramento as second class matter PUBLISHED BY THB >JaGramßnto Polishing Company, WM. U. MILL;., General Baaiszer. "-; **vt>lleati»n Office, TUtd m.. bet. «* aud K. THE DAILY KWOS»-rSIOS -•pabltafcsd «v«r 4»r of Ue woek, Suod»»i eicvr.tea . foroaersM • tIOOC j lot ill month*. • 0 DC Forlhr'**) months I OC tea ooties one feat, to one a.-'tMn SO X Subscribers iemd bi Carriers at TwxKTV-Frv« OmsTs !>« weak In all Interior cities atd towns the pipet eaa be biA of the principal Periodical Dealer*. (tmsni and Afloat* Advertising Bete* la Dally Record-Union. /.h-i.'.tn-. 1 tbne $1 0C lice Squire, Stlnun...... , 1 75 on«tv)U£J3, 3 i!mw , , J 60 taohaddiaoaaltlma...- , SO lTToek. !»(.*« l&IoEth da.it Square, lot pane $2 10 *J 80 $6 00 Ks..'i S ,-jare 2d p».,-e 3 50 6 00 8 00 H&U Square, 3d page 868 450 ' 60...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD UNION. AGRICULTURAL NOTES. PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE FARMER AND THE ORCHARDIST. [This Department la prepared for the S*CBAMEKTO Kkcokd-Usio-S by its Agricultural Editor. AH matter relating to the agricultural interest will be found under thie head. THE INTERNATIONAL MILLERS' FAIR. No manufacturing interest is more closely connected with that of agriculture than that of milling. Wheat-raising and preparing wheat for consumption are so closely allied in interest that whatever affects the one af fects the other. If it is for the interest of the grain fanner to know exactly what kind of wheat is adapted to his soil and the climate he lives in, it is of equal interest to the miller who manufactures that farmer's grain into flour to know the same thing! If it in of interest to the farmer to raise the best flour-making wheat and to put it in the best possible condition for the market, it is of ' equal interest to the miller that he should do so. Indeed, it is impossibl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 June 1880

SET IN A SILVER SEA A ROMANCE 4UTIIOK OF "BLADE O' GRASS," " BREAD AND CHEESE AND KISSES." "JOSHUA MARVEL,' " KING OF 80-LARD," "THE BELLS OF PFJfRAVEX," ETC. 0 > ; CHAPTER XXIII. THE STATUS IS TrlK MARKET I'LACE. " I reopen my diary. lamin a land of wonders. " Two years have elapsed since my con versation with Margaret Syr ester, when I believed I had completed the chain which eurrouaded the lives of Evangeline, Mar garet, Clarice, and Harold. But much was hidden from me which I hsd no expec tation would ever be disclosed. I was ;u absolute ignorance of the circumstances and condition of the bisters whom Harold's treachery liii torn from each other's aim 3. I had then no intention of continuing this record; but events have occurred, and a discovery I have made (which shall iv its proper pla c he set dow:i) is in its nature aud possibilities so startling, that I shall find relief in imparting my ?eerets to a companion to whom I can talk, and in whom I can confide with unreserved ...

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

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. - . ,i KI»A1 JIXK Hi. IHSO. THE WEEKLY UNION. With the opening of the campaign the Wkkkly Union will be of still greater interest to the people. While it will in no respect lessen In the variety of its matter, it will present also the current political news in such manner as to enable its readers by its perusal to be constantly well informed on the issues before the people and the positions assumed by the respective political parlies. The Wkekly U.mox presents each week more and better matter than can be bond in any j jurnil of the Pacific coast, it jives the current news and criticism in art, science, agriculture, trade, mechanics, the social world, tashion, discovery, invention, mining, sporting af fairs, literature, et«. It appears iv semi-weekly parts, each part consisting of ei^'lit pages. Thus it makes up weekly an aggregate of sixteen 7:aife6 of select matter. It goes out twice a week instead of once, as is the rule with the old-style weeklies. It ther...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Record-Union
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 June 1880

THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. «ATl!ttDA¥ JBXE *6. 1880. Signal Corps Report- June 25, ISBO. TIMS. | BAH rilK HUM WII.D KAN UKAIH. *:02a.« 29.94 56 81 S. 0 I. ...'Clear IA. M 29.96 164 63 S. 10 ....Clear 8:02 a. M 29. 57 |67j 60 S. W. 8 ....'Clear *». M 29.95 j76 49 S. 13 ....Clear 8:02 F. M '29.95 1611 71 S. 14 'Clear Hit. ther., 76 degrees. Mm. iher.. 54 .leyrees. Weather Probabilities. Washington, June 25th. — For Pacific coast region : Clear or partly clou weather. ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan Theater— Matinee and evening: per farmuoe. A. O. U. W.— Union Lodge to-night. Agricultural Park— Fool racing tomorrow. Pioneers meet to-night. Furnished rooms to let— Hler's building. John Longnbaugh— Ca- did.ite for sheriff. $3,000 wanted— Carl Strobel. Atlantic Card, ns— Open Sunday. Residence for Sweeter it Alsip. * <;irl) wanted at 1123 El street. Auctions. Sherburn & Smith, 10:30 A. M. to-day. D J. Simmons & Co., Wednesday. Bell A Co., 10:30 A. if. to-day. Business Advertis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 June 1880

TIIE DAILY RECORD-UNION. THE FISHERY EXHIBITION. WHAT A "RECORD -UNION' CORRE SPONDENT SAW AT BERLIN. An Account of the International Exposition — ib.3 Classification of Specimens — Countries Represented. Fkeibdi;<: (Saxony), May 10, ISSO. At Berlin, where at present the Fibbing Exhibition- is attracting people from all parts of Europe, I have just visited. This exhibition is destined to bear good fruit in many ways. lien with the least foresight must admit that as the world becomes more and mt>ro populous it is necessary that man draw upon the unused supply of the deep, or tha largest part of the globe. This exhibition, known simply as the "Fisberei Aus3tellung," is indeed more than the name implies ; it comprises pretty much what is found in the vast deep of tho ocean, as well a3 in the rivers and fresh water lakes, and showing specimens going back many thousand years, when man was yet in the primitive state of advancement. TBS EXHIBITION Is under the protectorate of his Maj...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 June 1880

THE DAILY RECOED-UNIOI. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET REVIEW. (RJIPORTBD FOR TUB BACRJJIBSTO RKOORD-tTNtON ] San Francisco, June 21, 1880. * for the week Imports hive been qnitc large, but tho market for them is not a(r «d one. Tonnage increases and grain freights are easier. It is stated r that some ships to arrive, however, have charters at i „ 2s 6.1, but the niminal rat« is £.1 ITS ide'ii;- Spot charters are lower. on« American ship bavin* this week been taken for Cork, U. X.. «■'• £.1 U« 6d. In domestic produoe line' thtro ■« nothing to add to •r teke from the remarks of last week. Bars this morning's UtraU: "Up to this Innr of writing, no new Wheat has yet been received In this city. A few car loads are reported at Stockton, bat none other than samples have yet made their appearance here. •There is no doubt but that the quality of this sea son's Wheat is very variable, not a little of tb.it which was cut early was badly pinched and shriv eled, an.! being very dry, a large percentage wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sacramento daily record-union. — 26 June 1880

DAILY_RECO^jjyiON. SATIKUAY JIiNE 26. 1880. TELEGRAPHIG. BPBKMAL TO THE RECORD -U N1 O N PASSENGEBS PASSIHG OMAHA. Money Order Postcfflces Established on tlxe Pacific Coast ■ THE OBsEQMES OF GESEKAt SITTEK. An Absurd Report in Regard to General Grant Promptly Equelcned. MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS. Details of the Recent Battle Between the Chileans and Peruvians. El c Etc • .Etc. DOMESTIC MJHS. Tile East Riles or General Slitter- He i» I*. i<] to Hot at Lit iK. Litjz (Pa.). June 25th.— John A. Sutter, the distinguished pioneer and philan thropist of early California, was buried yes terday at this place. The funeral was at tended by delegations of veteran Califomians from New York ami Philadelphia, and the members of. the Society of Associated Pio neers of Territorial Days, among whom were present General J. C. Fremont and H. C. Gibson, the latter President of the Society. The remains of General Sutter had been em balmed and inclosed in a massive rosewood catket, and while the...

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