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, AUGUST. :
Army of the Zulus dispersed, and their King a
fugitive.... Exceedingly warm weather in St. Louis.
4- Labor troubles at Fall River, Mass. :.-'■
6 Negro John Williams examined in connection
with the Dunn affair at Wheatland and discharged.
Apache outrages in Arizona.
s— Yellow fever at Havana City of Marysville
decided to commence an injunction suit against the
mining companies who are sending down debris.
B—Serious8 — Serious labor troubles at yuebec.
Blue Stocking Base Ball Club of Sacramento
victorious over the lutrepids of Marysville, at the
latter place.... Omaha Base Ball Club defeated at
I San Francisco by the Knickerbockers . .-ensation.l
■ report published of a difficulty between Senator
Conkling and ex-senator Sprague, on account of
family matters. - •■"- '"'.. ■-'.. -r'-j f
11— Serious riots at Belfast, Ireland.
12— Keene's Fa'setto made the Lest two-mile time
at Saratoga ever made by a 3-year-old.
13— Captain Webb swam from Sandy Hook to
14— Ranis trotted a mile at Rochester in 2:1?}.
15 — Riot at Quebec.
21 — Severe earthquake shock iv Canada and New-
York D. M. Reads aud G. W. Gridley, Butte
county farmers, failed.
23— Charles De Young, of the San Francisco
Chrimicie, seriously shot, in a cowardly manner,
Rev. l. 8. i.1.i.-.i.' candidate of the Workingmen
for Mayor of .San Francis after having outrage
ously abused him in l.is paper. The affair created a
feverish excitement throughout the State, and the
attempted assassin narrowly escaped lynch! _
25— Greal destitution in the west of Ireland....
Revolution m Hayti.
27 — Serious lints at Santiago, Chile. .-'->
--- 28—ludi-iiis threatened trouble in the Canadian
northwest . In.tr-t States Grand Jury in San
Francisco indicte t E. J Baldwin for violating the
revenue laws ...Rarus sold at Hartford, ar^ for
$30,000 Disturbances reported from Odessa.
29— Foi tuna won • two and a quartei-mile race at
Coney Island in 4:02}. '
30— Indian troubles In Idaho.... Custer monu
ment at West Point unveiled Mrs. Sprague left
the residence of her husband at Canouchet.
31- John Welch, ex-Minister to England, arrived
at Philadelphia. r'r £ '7 -
I— Charles De Young admitted to hail in the sum
of $25,000 Coal miners strike in the Cumberland
. 4— Contest over the will of Brigham Young
B— Revolt in Afghanistan. •.'.' '.? ---_'. ,V.--- ■
9— Great strike of cottou operatives in England
Fighting continues in Hayti. ...Yellow fever
increasing iii Memphis.
10— Preparations commenced in San Francisco for
the reception of QeneralOrant Earthquake shock
at Lyons, France,...C incinnati Exposition opened
by a speech uf President Hayes Damaging
drouth in Mexico.
Terrible epidemic in Georgia.
13— Address of Hon. J. V. Webster before the
State Agricultural Society published in the Record-
Union ... Insurrection in Cuba .... Famine in Rou
14 — li.ii iency of $20,000 discovered in the funds
of Santa Cms comity, and the Treasurer placed un
der ill rest.
15— Grand Lodged the I. O. O. F. of the United
States met at Baltimore W. B. Hodden and wife
arrested at Wheatland in connection with the Dunn
affair.... annual fair ofthe Mendocino Agri
cultural Association opened at iVillets.
lft— Ban Joaquin Valley Fair opened at Stockton.
.... Northern District Fair opened at Marysville . . .
Napa and Solano District Fair in progress at Vallejo.
17— Outbreak of Qte Indians in Colorado Cap
ture of Cetewayo, the Zulu King, by the British, an
18— Indian depredations in New Mexico.... Labor
troubles in England. . Santa Clams, a five year old,
trotted in Stockton three heats in 2:22, 2:20 and
20— Lecture on rust in wheat by Professor Dwi
ndle, published in the Ki.c.tia -Union ...Details
of the capture of Cetewayo published Indian
raids in 1dah0.... Mining troubles at Bo ie Gen
eral U. 8. Grant and party arrived in Sin Francisco
from a voyage around the world, and received with
an imposing demonstration.
22— Santa Clara Valley Fair opened at San Jose.
23— Salute in honor of General Grant fired from
the sand lots, San Francisco.
24— Annual report of the Directors of the Central
Pacific Railroad published in the Record-Union.
25— Kearney called on General Brant, but the lat
ter was too busy to receive him. ...General Grant
enthusiastically received at Oakland.
20— Rinderpest prevailing in Russian Poland
Land disturbances in Ireland .. General Grant re
ceived at Smi Jose.
27— New York walking match ended, Rowel! win
ning the belt by making 530 miles.
2S— Meetings held in Ireland to call for an abate
ment of the rents Professor Wise ascended ma
balloon from St. Louis, and never since heard from.
29— Single -.■.ill race on the Thames between John
Higgins aud IL Vi. Boyd, won by the latter Su
preme Curt denied tne motion for a rehearing in
the cu-ie of F\ A. Sprague, and directed the District
Court to fix the day for bis execution . Serious
trouble apprehended in Ireland over the anti-rent
30— General Grant received at Stockton Prist.
dent Hayes recdved at Springfield, in.... Fair of
the Monterey Agricultural Society opeued at Sa- J
l—Exposure of the Mormon Endowment House
mysteries published i.i the RBCORD-IfNTOS . Upper
Sacrameuto Agricultural Fair in progress at Chico.
.... Western Union Telegraph Company reduced its
tar. to take effect November Ist . . News received
of the massacre of Major Thorubutgh and most of
his amend on Milk river by Ute Indians —
Strike of tinners at Pittsburg Six-days' "go as
you please" walking match commenced at San
Earthquake at Oakland Grand industnal
parade at Indianapolis .. General Giant visited
3— The Mans discharged on preliminary exam
ination at Wheatland.
5— News received of the massacre of Indian Agent
Meeker and his employes by I'te Indians.
6 — Nevada State Fair opened — The British en
giged the Afghans and defeated them.
7— '.Irani Lodge of Good Templars convened at !
Stockton . . State Grange met in annual session at j
Graphic account of the recent battle with the
Vtes pn lished in tint Record-Union Large un
known balloon passed over Albion, Mich Irish
anti renters appeal to their fellow countrymen in
America for assistance.... General Grant Jleft San |
Francisco for Oregon.
11— Severe earthquake shocks ill Hungary and I
Si ri ia. . . Nevada State Fair closed .... Stage robbed |
near I'kiah Oregon State Fair closed State
Grange adjourned . . Murphy won the ' I'l.cary belt
in the New York walking match. . Statue of Josiali
yuincy unveiled at Boston. *
12— Large anti-rent meetings being held in Ire
13— Active opposition developed in British Colum
bia to the employment of Chinese for railroad build
ing ..General Grant arrived at Astoria ...Eighty
four-hour " go-as-you please" walking matcha.com
inenced at New York / '
14— Nevada Grand Lodge of Good Templars met
at Carson.... Mrs. C, Hodgdon convicted of murder
in the second degree at San Frandsco for causing
the death of Mrs. Downs . Miss Sherman won the
first prise at the s.m Franc;-, la.ie»' walking ,
match . . Grand Lodge of Masons met at Sau Fran- i
15— Six-days' walking match between men and
horses commenced at snn Francisco. "
10— important facta bearing in the debris ques
tion, from the proceedings of the United States
Land Commission, published in the Record-Union.
. Indian outb eak reported from New Mexico —
Gen. Grant visited Salem.
IS— General Charles Cadwalader wounded L. S. j
Welton at Red Bluff with a shotgun.
knottier revolution in Hayti — United SU-ites
Supremo Court decided the cases of the Union Pa
cific Railroad vs. the United States, and the Central
Pacific Railroad vs. Gallatin. . State Board of Agri
culture met at Sacramento.. . .Los Angeies Fair
ope, led ':;'-- ,
General Grant arrived at San Francisco from
Oregon. ; . -"■ *- "- ;
23— Authors' carnival opened at San Francisco.
25— At Oakland St. Jnlten trotted ■ mile in 2:123,
and Nutwood made two heats in 2:19 and 2:191.
20— General Grant arrived at Carson.
27— Chair for the instruction of Chinese established
at Harvard .... Alturas stage robbed.
23— Fair of the Plumas, Lassen and Modoc As
sociation in progress at Susanville. . . .Cabinetmakers'
strike in San Frnn-rsi-o.
30— Further Indian outrages in Arizona.
31 -Charles De Young indicted by the San Fran
cisco Grand Jury for an assault to murder Ralioch.
I— Mrs. Meeker' story of the Ute massacre pub
lished in the Record-Union.... General Grant re
cdved al Omaha.
4— F. A. Sprague sentenced by Judge Fawcett So
be liamred December sth.
6 — General Grant arrived at Galena.";--.- .--.
in I"*., of the Mendocino outlaws escaped from
ja'l at r.i, ill. but they were afterwards recaptured.
... .J. T. Curiae released from State Prison, the Su
preme Court having granted him a new triaL -
11— Creed Eb^rmood appiied to Governor Irwin for
a respite for Sprague.
12 First of a series of articles on the locust
scourge which threatens California published In
tho Record-Union .... Annual meeting of the Army
of the Tennessee held at Chicago General Grant
received at Chicago.
13—Keyes milling debris case on argument before
the Supreme Court.
i;,_ First of a series of articles on the resources
of Placer county published in the Bnooan-UmoK.
Governor Irwin respited sprague tor dxty days.
17 -Another revolution in Mexico Supreme
Court decided the Keyee mining debris case adverse
to the farmers Governor Irwin appointed the
27th for thanksgiving. "
IS— Opinion of Justice Field, of the United States
Supreme Court, in the railroad ease, published in
the Ukcord-Umon. , _ ■■'■ .,-,..
19— Statue of Genoa] Thomas unveiled at W ash
lnfo— Coll Deane lectured at San Frandsco on the
new bonanzas . . New French cable forma: inau
-»l_Great smash in stocks in New York. _
22— letter from engineer G. F. AUardt on the
debris question, published in the RfcORD-Umon.
"4— Monster ferryboat Solano made a successful
trial trip from San f' andst •to Benida. ' " - ; r••
25— Sarah Winnemucea lectured at San Francisco
on the Indian question. •
27— -Thanksgiving Day - eranyi red.
29— Description of the monster ferryboat Solano.
published m the Record Union.... Marriage of
King Alfouzo, "1 Spaiu, .md Marie Chnstine solem
. nized at •lrid.
SACRAKENTO CITY AND COUNTY.
i_H A Conway hail his ankle broken by a rah
Banquet _.,,; by proprietors the Mechanics
Sore v, their mn ' wju-
fractured by being
thJwn from a bnggy.-.-Son'of 11. M " La Rue
severely shot accidentally. i,!_____i -*
3-lluiec-robbing Chinaman shot and killed at
"""t^orge Perkins deceased suddenly at Agrieul
"i' L_uig, accidentally shot while hunting died
....Chas. Rider injured by a shell cartridge ex
ploding while being loaded. . Barn of Mrs. Wilsey
burned. r '■■'-■■■'-:' ,'.,.-■ - . .' -r .-'■:.'-.,-.
--" ft— F. S. Chanfrau appeared at the theater.
7— Riverside House burped.'.". .Trial of Troy Dye,
for the murder of A. M. Tullis, commenced in the
District Court. . '-"; ."■■"-. "'i__
B— Small fire at Fourth and 1 streets — Judge H.
0. Beatty nominated to be Receiver of tbe United
States Land Office by the Preddent •■.-:"■
9— Alice Gates' opera company opened at the
theater.... Captain John Douglas, well-known
colored citizen, deceased. .'. .Captain J. B Sherburn
i died. -^jj6MBsBE_S ! -»eaS3 g,^s_9 e %-' l
Troy Dye convicted of murder in the first de-
I gree. -."" " --..-. • , . , '■'""■
11— Edward Anderson com acted of murder in the
John Rice slightly shot by C. Conway.
13— Josh Hart's variety combination at the
theater... G. W. Gray died from poison near the
American river bridge. ".""*'_.■ '.
15— Residence of James Murray at Thirtieth and
X streets burned . . . . A. F. Clark, one of the Tullis
murderers, acquitted. ;v
16— Extremely cold weather prevailing.
17— Slight fire at the residence of J. R. Watson
....Eliza Weatherby's Froliquesat the theater.
20- W. C. Hopping confirmed as Postmaster at
Sacramento . . Extremely cold weather.
21— Smelting Works at Twelfth and B streets
■21- Creed Haymond elected Lieutenant-Colonel
of the Fourth Brigade.
21— Troy Dye and Edw. Anderson sentenced to be
hanged on March 13th. . .T. W. Sheehan elected Cap
tain of the San-Held Guard.
25— 11. E. Gates broke his arm by a fall ...Numer
ous burglaries committed. . :
23— Prof. Alan Curr lectured before the Literary
Institute on •' Life's Battle, and How to Win it"....
Annual meeting of the State Agricultural Society—
H. M. Larue elected President, O. W. Gilbert Secre
t-r ,L. A. I"; - -ai Treasurer, and G. Vi. Hancock,
R. H. Newton, L. J. Rose and Cyrus Jones, Direct
29— John Sullivan, a Sacramento expressman,
died at San Francisco.
30— Slight fire in clothing store of A. Rosenthal.
31— P. Maguire found in a .lying condition on the
street with his skull fractured, supposed to have re
sulted from a fall.
I— D. Roden accidentally broke his leg near Shel
2— J. D. Hubert drowned in the river.. . .1. Siscn
vine, an old resident, suddenly deceased
Annual reunion aud banquet of the Exempt
8- Americus Lodge, No. 80, A.O. U.W. institute I.
10— Hop-house of J. E. Kamp, near the city,
11 — Prof. Allan Curr lectured before the Literary
Institute on "A Night in the English House of Com
mons "... Jo. Hurtado acquitted in the District Court
on a trial for the murder of J. E. Denny .... Miss
Bertha Schade, a graduate of the Sacramento High
School, deceased in Oakland.
12— Republican City Convention met and noini
Dated for Third Trustee, Josiali Johnson; Collector
i.. a. Putnam ; Assess F. A. Shepherd ; Auditor,
E. H. McKee, and Fire Commissioner, J. W. Wilson.
....Workingmen's City Convention held a stormy
-,--..:!. ..Thomas Cowley, an old resident, sud
denly 'cased. . . D m.icratie City Committee nomi
nated for Third Trustee W. L. Herndon ; Auditor,
I. Townsend; Assessor, P. A. Byrne ; Collector, B.
F. Stewart ; Fire Commissioner, Chris. Wei-el.
13— Chinese match factory at Sixth and R streets
burned . California Theater company opened at
Jury in the Caulfield murder case in the Dis
trict Court disagreed.
17—11. A. Caulfield admitted to bail by Judge
Denson .... Rice's Surprise Party opened at the
theater . . . W. W. Grouse, for many years Justice of
the Peace at Washington, die,! at that place.
18 —Bar meeting held and resolutions in respect
to the memory of the late Judge Ramage passed ....
Meeting of ladies he'd to organize a woman's suffrage
19— Municipal Workiinrmen's Convention nomi
nated for Third Trustee, John A. Hunt ; Auditor,
M. Brannan ; Assessor, G. B. Dean ; Collector, E.
Blum, and lire Commissioner, J. C. Devine.
20 — Depositors of the Odd Fellows" Bank met and
determined to form a new bank, on the ruins of the
21— Eve of Washington's birthday appropriately
celebrated by the Tribes of Red lien L. Arm
strong found dead in bed.... Mrs. Maggie Burke
br.^ke her leg by a fall.
Joseph Harris accidentally fatally shot at Fol
24— Supreme Encampment of the Order of Cau
25— Meeting of colored citizens held to demand a
recognition at the hands of the political parties.
Turner masquerade carnival held.
28 Haverly's Colored Georgia Minstrels opened at
the theater.... Slight fire at the residence of Mis.
Alien, ou Seventh street, between II and 1.
2— L. Devinri suicided at the Sacramento County
3- State Woman's Suffrags Club organized at Sac
ramento. Democratic mas 3 meeting held at
the theater, and resolutions passed condemning the
President's Chinese veto.
s—Proposition5 — Proposition to establish a free library exten
sively discussed.... Great interruption of railway
travel on account of the recent heavy storm. .. .Mrs.
Louis Levy badly hurt by falling down stairs.
6 — County resellers' institute .... Slight fire
at the house of Julia Cummings- on L street, be
tween Third and Fourth.... Colored Republican
7— Hyers sisters appeared at the theater. . . .Dem
ocratic City Convention issued an address on the up
proaching municipal election.... George Brown cut
— - Martin on the cheek with a razor.
— Thomas Armstrong shot at T. T. Crump.
10— Body of officer Fred. D. Chaniberlin, who dis
appeared last year, found in the Sacramento river.
News received of the decease at Loudon on
February 14th of Frank Dale, an old-time Sacra
11— Municipal election held, and Johnson elected
Third Trustee, McKee Auditor, Shepherd Assessor,
Putnam Collector, and Wilson File Commissioner.
The proposition to establish a free public library
was also carried . . .Directors of the proposed Peo
ple's Bank elected by the depositors of the defunct
Odd Fellows' Bank.
12— Samuel Poorman acquitted in the County-
Court of embezzlement, alleged to have been com
mitted in his connection with the late Odd Fellows
Bank G. W. Bell found dead in his room W.
L. Newell, a pioneer printer, deceased.
13— Mr. and Mrs. Vi. J. Florence appeared at the
theater .... State Board of Education met and dis
cussed the school teachers' examination frauds.
14— Boy named Daniel Sheehan accidentally fa
tal I stabbed by a companion.
10— Little daughter of G. Woolf hail her leg
broken by a fall. -'-.','
17— Patrick's Day celebrated by a procession
and literary exercises .. .Board of Supervisors
wrangling over the election of County Physician.
18— William Howies struck by a train at Elk
Grove and badly hurt Mrs. V. 11. Russel deceased
. . Republican mass meeting held at the theater ....
William Beckman elected President of the People's
19— Richard Ireland, an old Sacramentan, died at
20— Dr. George Pyburn elected County Hospital
Physician ... Eliza Wcathershy's Froliques appeared
at the theater.
21— Directors of the various Building and Loan
i Associations met to take action relative to the pro
' posed new Constitution Dr. F. W. Hatch, Jr.,
appointed Assistant Physician at the Napa Insane
24— Mrs. P. Annetta Peckham lectured on "That
Drunkard" . . Little daughter of A. Logan severely
25— Directors of the Building and Loan Associa
tions issued an address against the new Constitution.
26— William Gillen, ex -Chief Engineer of the Fire
[ Department, deceased.
27— Installation and banquet of Sacramento Com
: mandery No. 2. Knights Templar.
29— W. J. Foster, a well-known pressman, de
ceased . . Troy Dye exhibited symptoms of insanity.
J. T. Card well, a road-overseer severely stabbed
by Chinamen at Mississippi Lor, while collecting road
taxes from them.
30— Annual meeting of th. Sacramento Coursing
Club commenced at White Roik Meeting of Is
raelites held on the subject of moderate reform in
the church service Slight fire at the old city hall.
... Fire at the store of F. Trask at Walnut Grove.
31— A lof the allopathic physicians appointed on
the City Board of Health resigned because two
homoepaths had been placed on the Board Henry
Ames, an old Sacramentan, died at Oakland. fff ji ,
I— H. D. Webster died suddenly.... Dr. J. L.
Howard, an old-time Sacramento druggist, died
the train D___B-t ' igiicri.
2— Board of T.ustecs named the Trustees of the
Free Library.... Capital Lodge -No. .',1.1. O. G. T.,
reorganized . . . Body of Edward McKeineti found in
a shaft near Folsa'tn. i
3— Harvey Caswell, a pioneer Sacramentan, died
at San Francisco.
4— R. D. McCarthy ...William King fell
from a handcar near ill and badly hurt.... Severe
thunder, lightning and ram storm.
7— Large meeting of the Clerk's Early dosing As
sociation held at the theater.... A. F. Clark rear
rested at Oakland on a charge of accessory after the
fact in the Tullis murder— Anti-Net. Constitution
Club organized. ."'•"..-•'
B— Board of Trade passed resolutions against the
new Constitution New City Board of Health,
composed of " Homeopaths," met.
9— Meeting of ladies held to take action relative
to a benefit entertainment for the Howards. . . .An
nual meeting of the Protestant Orphan Asylum
held H. A. Caulfield convicted of manslaughter
in the District Court.
11— L. C. Stone shot and badly wounded his di
vorced wife. _j
13— Easter generally observed — W. E. Gerber.
won the champion cup at the pigeon-shooting tour
nament in progress at Folsom. ...
14— Albert Manning admitted to the bar of the
District Court. . Light frosts.
15— Miss Georgia C. Hancock appointed Librarian
of the Free Library.
16— Supreme Court affirmed the judgments in the
cases of Dye and Anderson. .
17— Troy live created a sensation on "insanity.
Calico bail given in dd of the 'Wards .... Buf
falo Bill appeared at the theater.
18 Board of Education passed resolutions against
the new Constitution
Mayor Turner issued a proclamation calling
for aid for the Eureka sufferers.
21— Berger f mily at the theater.
Wallace Bruce lectured before the Literary
Institute on " The Landmarks of Scott." -...Creed
Haymond spoke against the new Constitutor.
23— Benefit concert tat the Woman's Home given.
. E. Blaner badly hurt by a falling chimney. ...
Dye and Anderson "resentenced by Judge Densdn to
be hanged on May '-'-''-h- __ - _ ',''"
--•'; -ii 1.. Knight spoke against the proposed Con
stitution, and li- meeting shamefully disturbed by
the opposition. . . '. . "'"'»_ ~' : ■-•"'■'"■■■'"
■",- 11. A. Caulfield sentenced by Judge Denson to
six years in State Prison for killing W. G. English.
"General P. F. Walsh, while addressing a meeting
against the new Constitution assailed with rotten
eggs by hoodlum opponents. ... -' ■ -' '.'
■v.-Odd Fellows' picnic held at Leets Grove....
Meeting of the Coursing Club at Miller's ranch. ..
Boy named John Desmond had his note broken by a
blow from a bat. . . .Residence of Henry Coleman at
Freeport burned... Rev. Father Gilney, formerly
pastor of St. Rose Church, died at San Francisco. -\
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNTOX, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1880.
I : -- ffi— Store of C. H. Stevens & Co. ; burglarized —
! Judge O. C. Lewis deceased at Folsom. ' .- -vf" '".r
1 -"' 29— T. G. Phelps spoke against- the new Constitu
. a MAT.
'"' Governor Irwin spoke against the new Consti
tution B. Maeaulev at the theater. -^ ■:.. -f
r 3— A Chapter of the Order of tte' Eastern Star
instituted.... Boy named Geo. W. Kripp drowned.
Judge Hen-son and General Walsh spoke against
the new Cot stitutiou Sou of George ■ Kuchler
I struck on the head with a club by another b y, and
4— Quarter Centennial May Festival of the Turner
Association held... .Nicolas Gdli severely stabbed
the proprietor of ; the Garibaldi House. . . Charles
Brown died suddenly..;. Body of -Frank Silva, a
child who was drowned, found in the river. ;
• s— John Hill died suddenly. ■ .
6— Patrick Cassidy dead in bed .... James France
thrown from a horse and fatally hurt at Walsh's
station Mrs. Alfred Spinks deceased. \ -.-_•-:
. 7— Dead body of an infant found in Capitol park.
B— Theodore Hasss deceascd/S}_»S^sfc*HflßWii6_|
' 10— Central Republican Club organized. . . .George
F.l'hou_,c committed suicide — Office of J. J. Agard
11— Twentieth anniversary of the Hussars ap
12— Red Men's picnic at Natoma Grove.
13 -Mrs. M. J. Young admitted to the bar of the
Supreme Court Lawrence Barrett appeared at
the Metropolitan Theater . Mass meeting to ratify
the new Constitution held and New Constitution
party organized m the county. »
14— John Perry died suddenly.
15— Young Men's Republican Legion organized.
fi.. Barney o'Ncil died suddenly at Dalton's, Sacra
mento county .. .Safe of Dodge. Bnse & Co. blown
open and robbed. , ■' _. ' '
. 16— 11. Jackson died suddenly.
: 17- Grand Jury reported .'...Democratic
County Central Committee met m.d declared in fa
vor, oi straight nominations.... Slight fire at the
store of Rothf eld Brothers..
- 19— Barlow." Wilson & West's Minstrels at the
20— First Republican mass meeting of the cam
paign held..;. Republican County Committee - de
cared in favor of straight tickets... .Mrs. M. H.
Suvder of Sacramento died at Coulterville.
21 — Yjung Men's Democratic Club organized....
George Martin had his leg broken by a collision at
- 22 Commencement exercises of Perry's Sacra
mento Seminary at the Assembly Chamber.^..An
nual Convocation of the Protestant j Episcopal
Church held. --'
23— .1. P. Jones supposed to have suicided by
Troy Dye tried by a Sheriff's Jury and declared
to be sane... .New Constitution party club organ
ized... F. W. Smith drowned near Courtland.. ..
Workingmen held a mass meeting to ratiiy the new-
24— Steamer Cora struck a snag and sunk near
20— Annual commencement exercises of St. Jo
seph's Academy he1d . . . . " Color Guard " again pro
duced at the Theater .Fourth Ward Republican
Club organized. *
29— Graduating exercises of the Grammar* Schools
held Colored citizens held a meeting in memory
ofthe late William Lloyd Garrison .... Troy Dye
an,! Edward Anderson executed. .-..8. Powler badly
hurt by a runaway near Sacramento.
30 Decoration Day celebrated ; oration by Judge
31— Commencement exercises of the High School.
fjfjf JUNE. t
2— Richard Stewart committed suicide .. Third
Ward Republican Club organized.... Third annual
commencement exercises of the Sacramento Insti
tute held B. Maeaulev appeared again at the
Yosemite Sunday-school excursion party ar
rived from the East Jo. Murphy at the theater.
s— George Martin so severely stabbed by M. Bec
tel that he died on the lltb Discovery made that
one of the indictments against Charles Heisen in
the " Bodego " case had been tampered with Ini
tial meeting held to arrange for the Fourth of July
celebration. Little son of E. Perry run over and
killed on the Riverside road.
B Store of J. F. Cooper burglarized.
7— Republican primary election held in the
B—liver8 — liver sisters appeared at the theater.
10— City offices removed to the new Water Works
building. .. .C-.pitail Lodge of Odd Fellows celebra
ted the twentieth anniversary of its organization by
literary exercises and a banquet . D. W. Comee
11 — Mrs. J. G. Switzer died suddenly. . . .Republi
can County Convention met ami nominated for Sen
ators Grove L. Johnson .md William Johnston ; As
semblymen— Seymour Carr, J. X. Young and
Elwood Bruner ; Superior Judges — S. C. Denson
and R. C. Clark ; Sheriff— A. Heilbron; Clerk— T.
11. lerkey; Assessor— J. W. Houston; Recorder
and Auditor— W. E. Gerber; Treasurer— E. Wool
son ; •District Attorney— G. E. Bate-3;. Administra
torH. S. Beals; School Superintendent — C. E.
Bishop ; Coroner A. J. Venniiya ; Surveyor J C.
Pierson; Supervisors— S. Blair and S. W.Butler ;
Police Judge E. I. Robinson.
12— Honorable Bilks and Workingmen agree to
nominate a joint county -at.
14— Free Public Library opened to the public. . . .
Third annual printers' picnic given at East Park.
10— Body of W. F. Wilson found in the Sacra
17— A. Tuli badly hurt at Gait by a horse
Rev. J. 11. Vincent lectured; subject. " On Deck.' 1
18— Rev. Joseph Cook lectured Oil "The Certain
ties of Religion." mint County Convention of
the Honorable Bilks and Workingmen met and nom
inated fair Senators Thomas McConnell and James
Faris; Assemblymen, G. W. Picks, , P. J. a Hopper
and G. Doty ; Superior Judges, D E. Alexander and
D. C. Allen (who declined and his place was after
wards supplied by M. F. Johnson) ; Sheriff, O. Pltim
mer; Clerk, A. pinks ; Auditor and Recorder, F\
H. Cummings; District Attorney, H. L. Buckley;
Treasurer, D. E. Callahan ; Assessor. G. L. Clarke ;
Surveyor, A. G. Winn ; School Superintendent, G.
R. Kelley ; Administrator, J. R. Johnston ; Coro
ner, 11. Voeller.
19— Grand Rspublican torchlight procession and
meeting held to ratify the nomination of Perkins as
Governor . . Bilk and Workingmen County Conven
tion met and nominated for Police Judge W. A.
Henry, and Supervisors, T. Hague and D. Brown.
- 20 — Andrew Dugan run over by the cars and
killed .... Harry Maynard Company at the theater.
23— L. Conrad died at Washington from the effects
of a fall Cornelius O'Meara accidentally fatally
shot Remenyi concert at the theater Demo
cratic County Convention met and nominated J. L.
English and R. T. Mills for Senators.
24— Democratic County Convention nominated for
Assemblymen, P. M. Sullivan, C. Wolleb and C. C.
Fugitt; Sheriff, O. Plummer; Clerk A. Spinks ; As
sessor, J. Lansing; Auditor and Recorder, G. M.
Nichols ; Treasurer, D. E. Callahan ; District Attor
ney, A. B. Venable ; School Superintendent, W. S.
Hunt ; Surveyor, A. G. Winn ; Administrator, G. F.
Bronner ; Coroner, R. 11. Byers ; Supervisors, W. D.
Comstock and E. Greer, Police Judge W. A. Henry.
25— At F'olsom, Mrs. Emma Goissued died from
the effects of a fail.
26—" Pinafore " produced at the theater by the
Amy Sherwin troupe.
27— J. Straw badly hurt by afall.. .N.T.Brewster
died at Roseville.
28 — Jefferson Davis killed at Daiten's ranch by a
falling derrick . . J. Steinmiller found dead in a cabin
near the city.
29— Body of Revinus Lowry found in the river.
30— James Walsh died suddenly Housed Mrs.
Curran, at Twenty-first and J streets, burned.
I— Body of R. Moore found near the city.
2— Destructive fire at tenth and J streets— quar
ter of a block burned, starting at S. D. Hamburger
& Co.'s furniture factory.
4 — The Fourth appropriately celebrated. . .Oration
by E. W. Maslin.
— Edward Jones run over by the cars and severely
hurt.. H. D Starring, a pioneer resident, deceased.
— C. S. Newhall committed (suicide. . .H. S. Beals
badly hurt by being thrown from a buggy.
7— Charges preferred against County -Hospital
S— Mrs. G. Politz badly hurt by a runaway acci
10— Mrs. General James Collins deceased.
11— Interesting historical letter from General
John A. Sutter, published in the Record-Union ....
Distillery of Detrick & Co. burned. ;
15— Ah Let shot and killed by Ah Jim and others.
... .J. H. Murray died suddenly at the County Hos
pital. . " '
10— Tony Taster troupe at the theater....
Father Francis Kelly, formerly of Folsom, died at
San Francisco. -
IS— Benjamin Poor led by a falling stone at the
Folsom Branch Prison. .'. -Ada Kingston suicided.
- 20 Two of the large boilers at the railroad works
exploded, killing J. M. Keyes, the fireman, and dam
22— Board of Supervisors removed Coiajty Phy
sician Pyburn and appointed Dr. G. M. 1 isMjo the
.... Emelie Melville troupe produced ''Pina
fore "at the theater.... Near FVeeport, "Jennie"
committed suicide by hanging.
. 25— Large Republican meeting addressed by Gov;
ernor G. L. Woods and D. M. Burns Joshua
Whitcomb appeared again at the theater.
. Considerable excitement over the reported
capture and confession of Tom Lawton at Walli
Walla . . .Democratic Countv Committee nominated
M. F. Johnson and D.. E. Alexander for Superior
Judges. ..Chris. Ludekin thrown from a horse at
Courtland ami kiled.V • ,
23 — New County Hospital completed and formally
accepted by the Supervisors. - .
20—" Color Guard" reproduced at the theater.' .
30— Fire at the residence of J. T. Parker.at Twelfth
and D streets. ■ - f
31— W. H. H. Lee succeeded H. Bnrnham as Chief
Engineer of the Paid Fire Department.... John
Bdlmer appointed United States Internal Revenue
Storekeeper. , ■'. -;-: : ■•"-"■:
—Slight fire at the residence of J. J. Ankener.
....Work on the new railroad depot in progress....
W. P. Emery appointed Deputy County Clerk.
Warm sea-ion of ""-' County Committees of the
Democratic Workiugmen's and New Constitution
parties .... Wlntelaw Ileid, of '.lie New York TrSnt nt,
passed through forth,. East. '■■'■-.- --
. 4— Charles Lothhannner deceased. . . .Torchlight
procession, and Republican mass meeting addressed
by H. F. Page. G. W. Carter and others. -
6— J. R. Watson delivered an address at the thea
ter on the railroad question.
7— George C. Bora spoke at an H. B. meeting.
9— Exciting meeting of , the Democratic County
11 — Congressional labor '. Committee - passed
through for San Francisco Board of Education
formally accepted the new school building at Tenth
and Q "streets .... Movement on foot to secure a
franchise for a .1 -stieet railroad.
; 12— li. Hamburger, a former Sacramento mer
chant, died at Astoria, t *-,_-• , - :'-r j
"- 13— Boy named John XcGinnis broke his arm by
a fall ... . 'Roy named 11 Sullivan hurt by a dray. .
I Large excursion train ran to Woodland to at
tend a Republican meeting.... Mrs. Frank Lamb
let murdered at Folsom while in bed, and her hus
. band severely cut. _. He Was afterwards arrested and
indicted for the murder. ),.-.'
— lames O'Neal drowned in the river, . . Robert
T. Mills, Democratic nominee for. State Senator, de
clined, and James Fans substituted by the com
mittee. ' ■ ,* ,'.'.' . f
■:. IS— Robinson severely stabbed by J. Stnck
, land near the city J. H. Russell, a printer,de
ceased. " *S_^ay'__*____P_|^B__PSß_BW_J
• r. 19— Frank Lamblett cv; his throat severely at Fol-'
'■'■•' 20— At Elk Grove a young man named Arthur
' was dragged to death by' a horse James Lansing
substituted on the H. B. and W. P. C. ticket for As
sessor in place of ! Clarke, declined. .J. A. Pratt
succeeded J- A. Fillmore as Superintendent of the
Sacramento Division of the California and Oregon
Railroad. ■ • .■"' ■- -'■■- ."■
ir 21— Little son of Coroner Vermilya accidentally
severely burned with powder. ..
'•a 22 — H." Hi -stimuli died suddenly at the city prison.
. .". Torchlight procession ami Republican mass
meeting addressed by G. C. Perkins, Senator Booth
and G. A. Kr.ight. ;-"• -
23— Sam Miliigan had his foot badly crushed at
Roseville by the cars.
r Charles T. Noyes badly hurt in the eye at the
railroad shops. ."•-" .
| Millie Christine, the double-headed woman,
exhibited at the theater.
.;. »6— William F. While spoke . . .H. F. W. Detterd
iug deceased. - :'f. : - ■ ■
--■ 27- Ordinance passed granting additional fran
chises to the old Street Railway Company — G.J.
Carpenter and Senator Farley 5p0ke... .0. Van Al
stine severely kicked by a horse. . . . Creed Haymond
- 28— Alexander Fleming died suddenly at the sta
tion-house. ' ■-■ -
. 29— J. Powers badly hurt at the railroad shops.
j 30— G. C. Hazleton spoke Bat wing-shooting
becomes a popular amusement .... Governor Irwin
_ 31— Bishop Gilbert Haven preached at the Sixth
street M. E. Church.
3— General election ; ■: Republican county ticket
generally elected... J. Anderson drowned at Sut
terville. . . .Little daughter of G. E. Kuchler broke
her arm by a fall.
7— Folsom W. E. Gerber defeated C. W. Ran
dall at the wing-shooting match for the champion
cup. - ■ .-'j
B— J. F. W. Kraus found dead in his room
Twenty-sixth annual State Fair opened....
nance 'passed to re-number the uses in the city.
9— Board of Supervisors canvassed the election
10— Mayor Turner issued a proclamation for a
meeting of citizens to prepare for the reception of
12— Sham battle fought at Agricultural Park ; 11.
A. Conway had his hand blown eff by the prema
ture explosion of a cannon.... S. T. Cooper found I
; 14 -Dr. John Ruth gave an exhibition of rifle
shooting at Agricultural Park John H. Rowe, of
this dty, died at Gait.
15— Zamloch, the conjurer, appeared at tho thea
ter.'. .".Meeting held at the Court-house to prepare
for Ihe Grant reception . Letter carriers for the
Free Postal Delivery appointed.
16— Mrs. ] . Messenger committed suicide near the
17— Local officer Diego Morales died Robert
Mullen found dead.
IS Anniversary of Chilean Independence cele
brated by the Chilean residents— Little son of E. H.
McKee severely kicked by a horse.
23— Mrs. S. E. Eldred deceased.
24— Freight train ditched at Brighton and several
20 — Robs, an and Crane appeared at the theater.
28 — Schooner Robie Hunter sunk near Walnut
Grove Son of Fr.nik Ranlett severely kicked by
a horse. ,
29 — Annual sesssion of the Sacramento Presby
tery commenced. . . .D. Lawlor had hi* leg broken.
30— Vi. O'Millen died at the Railroad hospital of
1— Free postal delivery system inaugurated ... P.
Quinn severely struck with a pitcher by M. Daly.
. . . Residence of I). O'Connor, at Washington,
burned. . . General Grant elected an honorary mem
ber of the Pioneer Society.
3— Daniel E. Klice, a veteran of the war of ISI2,
deceased .... Haverly's Mastodon Minstrels opened
at the theater .. .Charles Williams run over and
killed by the cars.
4— Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle or
s— Body of John Tash Sauza found in the river at
7— Win J. Davis admitted to the bar of the Sixth
District Court . .Mrs. Joseph Thclan deceased
Dental Association formed.
Twenty-ninth Annual Conference of the M. E.
Church South met H. Hurt suicided near Fol
9— Amos Waring committed suicide at Washing
ton.... John Carroll deceased, r. ;-,
10— Dr. J. R. Lame elected Countj Physician.
11— Heavy fall of rain ... Unknown man died sud
denly at Eighth and .1 streets ...P. F. Chamberlain
found dead at F0150m.... Mrs. John Gerber de
12— Residence of J. Eberbardt burned.
13 — Body of an unknown man found in a house at
Seventh and D streets.
16— Levi S. Graham died from blood poisoning . . .
Mrs. H. S. I'.injs died at San Francisco.
l.s— C. Schindler badly hurt by a fall.
19— Sacramento Leader appeared.
Alfred J. Rivctt deceased.
23— General Grant arrived, and receive,! with an
23 — Ada Cavendish appeared at the theater.
24 — J. 11. Shannon, the hoy orator, gave an exhi
bition at the theater .General Grant left for San
25— F. Windri rka thrown from a wagon and killed.
20— Walking match at Agricultural Park.
27— Mrs. I. Dunlap died suddenly.
2S— Report of the Grand Jury submitted Ju
venile Pinafore Company at the theater Resi
dence of N. Thielen at Sutterville burned . . M. Ot
tenwalder died at the County Hospital from an acci
dental poisoning. - , ■
, 29— Capstan of a barge broke end killed F. Sven-
Son, C. Scanlan and J. Walke.
Albert Strong thrown from a wagon and seri
ously hurt. ;,._. a"i -a_.'__-:s '-
1 Description of the Folsom Branch Prison pub
lished in the Record- Union . . .Democratic Com
mitt, nominated Add. C. Hinkson for Suiierintend
ent of City Schools.
2— B. Liubaugh committed suicide on Brannan
3— Convention of colored citizens held to arrange
for cclebratii-g Emancipation Day. . . . Henry Hainan
found dead in bed.
4 — lnteresting article on the drainage of Sacra
mento published in the Record-Union' . Dr. W. H.
Baldwin elects I City Physician Artificial ice man
ufactory commenced operations.
— History of the Sacramento levees published ill
the Record-Unio.n Democratic City Committee
nominated for School Directors B. D. Kenned". E.
M. Martin. S. Roth and M. F. Johnson.
8— Republican City Committee nominated for
School Superintendent F. L. Landes, and for Direct
ors K. F. Wiemeyer, W. D. Stalker, J. D. Lord and
W. R. Knights.
12— Workingmen's City Convention nominated
Rev. J. H. C. Rome for School Superintendent, aud
0. W. Picks, Thos. Hague, J. W. Willem and D. J.
Considine for School Directors.
13— Bonte declined the Workingmen's nomination
for School Superintendent.
15— W. T. Talbot found dead near the city.
17— Chief Engineer Vi. H. H. Lee deceased
Chain-gang established at Washington .E. M.
Skaggs" thrown from a buggy and hurt Supreme
Court affirmed the judgment in the case of H. A.
IS— Master Mitchell Banner gave a concert....
James Gallagher severely stabbed his brother
Patrick — Man named Bartoniszhek found dead.
19— Unknown man sprang from the Yolo bridge
and drowned — Workingmen's Convention nom
inated S. W. Smith for School Superintendent, and
D. E. Alexander for Director, vice Hague, declined
. . . .M. Ransom ceased.
21— Judge W. A. Henry admitted to the bar of
the District Court.
23— Wong Sing shot and killed by an unknown
•21 — Vi. A. Caswell leased the theater ; Working
men nominated R. K. Wick for School Superintend
ent, vice Smith declined, and Richard Parker Di
rector, vice licks declined.
& *25 — W. F. Suimhy deceased .... Chas. Bergen sui
20— H. Neubourg committed suicide .. Military
exhibition and drill in honor of Gov. Irwin.
27— Butler Folly Company at the theater ; F.
Dunn cut in the face by E. Wright . . . At Elk Grove,
W. Jefferson, in shooting at Lynch, shot his own
28— C. Sullivan elected Chief Engineer of the Fire
Department, vice Lee. deceased.
29- Enoch Matter deceased Chas. Hallen found
in his cabin near Halt murdered. "
— Jas McLaughlin died at the County Hospital
from injuries inflicted by robbers on the 23d. . . Hi
ram Henderson deceased.
MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, DEATHS.
The following is a list of the marriages,
births ami deaths in Sacramento city and
county during the past year, as nearly as
can lie compiled from authentic sources.
Those of a later date than December Ist
will be found on another page of this paper.
Jan. _ I— John L. Morberly and Emma S. Ostrander.
Edward L. Aiken and Katie 31. Shannon.
1— A. Krull and Maria Manser. »
I— James Workman and Fannie Williams.
5— F. A. Midial and Susie Keefe.
'. s— E. B. Jennings and Minna Lynn.
9 — James 0. Chamberlain and Mary A. Walsh.
I*2— W. M*yl,< rry and Alma E. Merchant.
;.;--: 13— William Eddy and May Fulle-.
. 14— Hugh Hughes aim Elizabeth Steele.
IS— Olef Mattcson and Lena Nelson.
22— John Hahn and Louisa Brown.
27— Isaac T. Barry and Annie Mosely.
Horace B. Reed and Georgie Briggs.
Feb. : 2— Charles Lee and Mary L. Smyth. .
' : ft— Martin J. Keegan and Kate Cojney.
. 12 - Robert J. Ferguson and Mary B. Painter.
. 13— J. S. Fassett and Jennie L. Crocker.
15— John Oswil! and Mary Lucy Hack, r
15 — John Anderson and Emily Hubert.
17— Phi ho Hortop and Etta Woodle.
j 17— Charles Gould and Mary J. Noia. -
20— Frank Edwards and Agnes L. Thompson.
21— H. i). Gamble and Lizzie Bird.
' 23— P. D. 11-vevaiid Marie E. Sparks.
,'- 23— Frank Drew and M. E. Mahone.
''-■-■. . 24— Hugh G. Casey and Fannie Kohner. '
Mar. — lasses W. Sutton and Susie M. Dobson.
. 6— J. S. Watson and Emma C. .May.
" ' ft— James Mittsoti aud Alice Nelson.
jf. B— Henry E. West, and J?sie A. Miller.
, B— D. Vi. Chichester and Caroline M. Chiches-
HSM^s 1 ' ter.^ate^cfwiV^/?'-
'- . . 9— Siguiond Rothfeld and Bettie Lesman.
• , • 12— John Donovan and Annie Menker.
• ,12— Henri Beck! and Christiana Sprock. .;
: - T.i — Jamas T. Boyd, Jr., and Emma E. Lum. "
26— Flank Lahtink and Anna Giehel. ".'--'■
'-■ .- 27 August Welsman and Ella McCausl nnd.
27— Harry A. Wilson and Eugenia Franks. .
April 9— Valentine Hauser and Kate Kast. r
. John Shsran and Hannah Buieren. V
'21— Edward Brown and Ellen Butler.
23 James S. Cop-eland and Sallie Edgar. • .
-':,..:; , -7— Lester C. Browed! and Minnie Cox •'■",.
May I— Emnal Scott and Maggie J. Fark-y.
■ , 3— Adam Ankele and Dma Straatman.
sfrfa 6— C. L. Benton and Oilie L. Lamson.
jf.". 7— Ferdinand Kohler and Mary L, Klotz. ; "r
B— A. J. suiilh and Emma L. lltini.
Geo. Vi. B. Chanetoiiand Nellie M.Powell.
•'..■ 15— Frederic Iddens and Rosa Naghel.
17— John Cable raid Louisa Kellogg.
18— Johu J A. 'Jeichert and Carrie L. Knaul.
• - 21— E. R. Rowlands and Ellen J. Jones.
24-Robt. M. Webb and Mary A. Kerr.
24— Nathan L. Bancroft and Emily L. Sims.
26— Hiram Gray and Mary L. Liwis.
29 John B. Henobscbam and Anna Lcmonn.
June — Robert Robertson and Amanda Gillespie.
»-H. D. Millikin anil Sarah R. Ckirkim
10— Gustave A Wendt and Emma J. Knaul.
11 - L. W. Matthews and Ellen Fiynn.
13— Ernest Gildenkrantz and Julia pilsner.
— David Klein and Mary E. Hannan.
10- B. T. Mouser and Carrie G. Tryon.
22— G. P. Huber and Mary [_awson.
,r. 'jj 23— Manuel Vieri and Flemena Dleglonia.
25 — Anton Mauretich and Lupe Nunes.
July Joseph Makley and Frances V. Webb.
9— John F. Stephenson and Lilian A. Watson.
12— Edwin C. Dearborn and Mary L. Wattles.
12— N. G. Mellisand Margaret J. Stinaff.
14— James T. Gariick and Emily Curie.
'. :'■ 15— John G. Patterson and Nellie Wiley. ': "
16— J. H. Mallion ami Eliza Utley.
10— Richard Burnett and Louisa Tripp.
20— Warren A. Roose and Carrie E. Grabner.
21— Henry Laycock and Eliza Allen.
. 22— R.N. Greer and Katie Giamelli.
24— I. Gardner Shaw and Phebe J. Chiles.
Aug. 5— J. P. F. Martinea and Mary Ayalla.
- . ... Charles 8. Wright and Kate Gourley.
7— Henry Meir and Ann L. Miller.
9— Charles F. Wilkins and Man F. Gilday.
9— William Schwartz and Caroline Voght.
12— Morris Michael and Sarah Hymen,
16— BUmanrnand Lizzie A. Scott.
27— Alexander C. Bray and Lucretla Turner.
29 Willi.. Cook and Almira Thurman.
29— Henry E. Anderson and Mary J. Schrider.
31— Henry Schaumloeffel and Kate Gruhler.
31— Joseph Rowan and Mary J. Donnelly.
Sep. G— Fred T. Berry and Hattie L. Scott.
S— Thomas J. Hughes and Sarah A.Guilliford.
8— William Guilli»'ord and Mary Spauger.
B— E. M. .Ma on « and Julia A. Pitts. ~
9— O. A. Graham and 11. 1,. 11. ..aia.
— John Mdmes ami Mary E. Baldwin.
11— C. B. Farnluim ami Jennie I.'. Criswcll.
11— L. 11. Van Vdkenburgh and Sarah S. Tracy.
11— William McNair and Verah Curraher.
13— William Meister and Agnes L. Hirst.
13— Andrew Schmidt and Elizabeth Kaiser.
17— Oscar M. Henry and Amanda J. Dickcn.
20— M. Angel and Charlotte L. P. Livingston.
20— Thomas Rowe and Annie Treah r.
21— William Siemon and Magdalen Schmitz.
21— Jere J. Johnson and Clementina How.
24— P. J. Stephens and Caroline Gambert.
2S — John Studarus and llansiue Lauridson.
30— C. F. Rice and Mattie E. Amnions.
Oct. 2— Geo. D. Irvine and Ida M. Lowell.
2— Joseph Becker and MethaStolle.
4— Jerry M. Welch and Amanda Parker.
4— Anthony Borraan and^losie Kucny.
4— Charles E. Brooks and M. M. Humphrey.
4— Alfred D. Briggs and Jennie Fisher.
s— Henry C. Orth and Belle V. Young.
5- John Garrite and Martha J. Kuowies.
7— Henry Strobel and Barbara Rink.
B— Thos. Morse and Elizabeth Fitzgerald.
,*- •••• — Jose K. Dins and Amelia Oar ...
11 — Herman Btamme and Carrie Niederker.
— Frank Cosby and Sarah Emerson.
13— Edwin B. Cushman and Kate A. Wilsey.
20— Thomas Slater and Minnie Wheiulun.
21— Jonas E. Centner and Lizrie Castner.
22— A. J. Maestreth and Sarah K. Marchant.
22— Chas. H. Thomas and -Maggie Dcrrickson.
22— H. Taubcnheimer and Addie Goldstein.
22— W. Matthews and Adda Westaway.
24— Geo. W. Cole and Sarah J. Pnlley.
Nov. 2— Louis Gattman and Rebcecali F'rese.
2— J. 11. Humphrey ami Emily Funis.
4— Wm. Hillebrand and Ida Hillebrand.
4— E. C. Cook and inezella Sampson.
7— John McCallan and Belle Mcilae.
10— Christian Kerr and Deborah Kidman.
10 David shakespear and Anna Leggatt.
George E. Pates and Emily l. Beatty.
11 — Jay J Cooley and Catherine C. Craig.
13— Eben McKenney and Han J. Cous ns. , . jj.
Hi— J. It. Heath sad Hattie 11. .mm.
22— Rudolph Sel ifelherger and Annie Welter.
22— Christian Mastehuff and Kate Bearens.
24 — John Keo and T\ Kirn.
29- J. M. Bates and Eliza D. Sinnotte.
Jan. 1 - Wife of George Cadwalader, a daughter.
2— Wife of O. 11. Wing, a son.
— Wife of David G. Burg, a daughter.
7— Wire ,i li. W. Willard, a boo.
B— Wife of A. M. Smith, a son.
9— Wife of L. Coleman, a son.
9— Wife of Henry Brosius, a daughter.
16— Wife 01 1, \f. Godley, a son.
16— Wife of William Johnston, a daughter.
17— Wife of M. l.i:,ri._r„ a son.
17— Wife of Win. V. Heilbron, a daughter.
18— Wife of John Skelton, a sou.
19 — Wife of Frank Anthony, a son.
20— Wife ..I J. Elders, a daughter.
30— Wit of T. T Crump, a daughter.
Feb. 11- Wife of V.'. R. Cluness, a daughter.
17— Wife of E. Walters, a daughter. ; y. •_.
In —Wife of Jacob Schafer, a son. •
19 — Wife of S. Moose, ason.
21 — Wife of Daniel Reardon, a son.
2S— Wife of T. W. Sheehan, a .liter.
28- Wife of G. A. White, a daughter.
Mar. 2— Wife of Kilts Kilgorc, a daughter.
4 — Wife of Albert Enrenford, a son.
7 — Wife of Charles W. Winchester, a son.
12— Wife of Augustus F. Turner, 11 daughter.
13 Wife of C. F. Smith, a daughter.
13— Wife of It. J. Kluiiie, a -on.
16— Wife of P. F. Walsh, a daughter.
17 - Wife of George F. Bronner, a daughter.
Is- Win of Eugene B. Thome, a daughter.
19— Wife of J. F. Ca'derwood, a son.
21— Wife of W. 1. Wallace, a daughter.
23 - Wife of Thomas Taverner, a daughter.
25— Wife of P. New-man, a son.
25 Wife of L. A. Upson, a son.
20— Wife of D. Disown, a son.
20 Wife of P. Hagerty, a son.
26— Wife of Chas B. Howard, a son.
29 — Wife of Geo. I. Lauimon, a daughter.
30 Wife of James Craw, a son.
31— Wife of James Craw, a daughter.
April 2— Wife of Thomas Ross, a daughter. •;,".
4 -Wife of Frank Weissman, a daughter.
7— Wife of J. Muffins, a daughter.
9— Wifeof E. L. Hawk, a son.
— Wife of A. Eppelin, a son.
10" Wife of A. Flint, a son.
40— Wife of — O'Neal, a son.
10— Wife of Chas. W. Thielbar, a son.
11— Wife of J. W. Guthrie, a daughter.
12— Wife of W. H. Wood, a son.
17— Wife of Henry Koehne, a son.
17 — Wife of F. A. Finch, a daughter.
17— Wife of D. J. Simmons, a daughter.
18— Wife of A. J. Sag a daughter.
IB— Wife of Geo. A. Walker, a son.
19— Wife of C. A. D. Gray, a daughter—still
24— Wife of G. Llewellyn, a daughter.
30— Wife of A. J. Drifts, a Km.
May 7— Wiie of J. E. Vessels, a son.
8— Wife of W. J. Hyde, a son.
9— Wife of Geo. W. Mai sh, a son.
— W ifo of S. Kingsbury, a daughter.
17— Wife of Lumber Kuuile, a daughter.
19— Wife of .1. D. Clevenger, a daughter.
26— Wife of P. O'Laiighlfii, a son.
31— Wife of Matt J. Fiynn, a daughter.
June 4— Wife of Frank L. Renwick, a son.
s— Wile of 0. A. Dorsey. a son.
9— Wife of L. H. Steinmiller, a sou. ;
10— Wife of G. W. Conrad, 11 daughter. -
11— Wife of J. 11. Camp, a daughter.
12 — Wife of James 11. Stebbins, a son.
15 — Wife of P. Geuis, a daughter.
19 — Wife of J. Ashcr, 11 son.
20— Wife of F. Dassonville, a son.
"Wife of Joseph Lawlor, a son.
23— Wife of Jamas Popert, a son.
July 3— Wife of C. L. War. a daughter.
3 — Wife of L. P. Dorsey, a son.
5— Wife of Joseph Wiseman, a daughter.
6 — Wife of Alexander Smith, a son.
2 ./' 11— Wife of G. W. Chapman, a son.
11- Wife of W. 11. 11. illey, a daughter.
13— Wife of Abraham Richardson, a son.
14— Wife of Henry F'uchs, a daughter.
17— Wife of Daniel Jackson, a daughter.
17— Wife of W. J. O'Brien, a son.
20— Wife of 1. C. Anderson, a son.
20— Wife of Alfred Vosper, a son.
22 — Vi ife of H. D. Rode, a sou.
— Wife of 11. A. Peabody, a son.
25— Wile af .1 F. Brown, a daughter.
Wife of T. R. Jones, a sou.
27— Wife of K. B Ellis, a d ugbter.
• 29— Wife of Nicholas Short, a daughter.
30— Wife of L. C. Jordan, a son.
30— Wife of George Sennonet, a daughter.
30— Wife of A. HUI, a daughter. • '-• ;;..'..
Aug 2— Wife of E. C. Atkinson, a son.
2— Wilt- of Eugene shay, a daughter. --,'■:•
Wife of Thos. Harper, a daughter.
s— Wife of George M. Saulsberry, a son.
6— Wife of U.S.* Lock. void, a son.
B— Wife of F. L. Herlzel, ason. _.'.:_:"
— Wife of Fred Schnauss, a son. ,
B— Wife of B. J. Scullion, a son.
9— Wife of E. A. P.rs-ell. a son. ->..'-'
12- Wile of Roberta. Pettit, a daughter.
13— Wife of J. West, a sou. ,
16- Wife of P. I'endcrgrast, a son.
17— Wife of Thos. Storrer, a daughter.
18— Wife of T. J. Scott, a daughter.
21— Wife of D. N. Moyer, a son.
21— Wife, if W. C. Clark, a daughter.
21— Wife of M. Levy, a daughter.
22— Wife of W. c. Curtis, a son.
25 — Wife of Chas. H. Thicss, a son.
. 27 -Witeof John J. Schneider, a son.
2!)— Wife •'!- .... daughter.
30- Wife tf O. X. 1 r nkiti, a daughter.
I Sept. 1 — Wife of J. 11. annagan, a daughter.
2— Wife of Lewis Carpenter, a daughter.
6— Wife of Th ..-. Warmby, a son.
16— Wife of Z. Clayton, a daughter.
, 22— Wit. . ■ ■ f .In . F. Cooper, a daughter.
22— Wife of . l. Bennett, a son. ■ - V ; -> r
26— Wife of Chas P. Nathan, a son.
27— Wife of J. Linih-ninajer, a son.
29- Wife 01 J. W. Hilr'r.r'ii, a ton. -
| Oct. . Wife of James Douglas, a son.'a-a.v'J
; 6— Wife of F. B. Scott, i daughter.
6 -Wife of F. Birdsell, a daughter.
7— Wife of J. G. Mcßride, as,..
9— Wife of W. T. Bird, a daughter.
10— Wife of T. Bullivant, a daughter.
II -Wife of G. Politz. a daughter.
11— Wife J. D. Monow, ■ .l-.ighter.
11- Wife of Louis Little, a son.
14- Wife of G. H. Stubbe, a son.
1 Wife of S. H. Wood, a son.
17— Wife of Emil B lekow, a daughter.
•20— Wife of W, L. Moore, a daughter. *?g
El— Wife of 6. Nathan, i son. .
23 — Wife of Leon S?l moo, a son.
31 -Wife of W. 11. Low a soil.
Nov. Wife of Marks Hirst, a son, "
: Wife of Lewis James, a son.
4— Wife of R. Pedler, a son. •.'
7 - Wife of Tarn Hing, a son.
:'.".' B— Wife of F. Blewner, a .laughter.
B—Wife8 — Wife of Morris Stenifels, a son. :
10— Wife of Phillip C. Byrne, a son. :r-f
11- Wife of J. C. Dietrich, a daughter.
-Wife of W. T. Peterson, a son.
14— Wife of A. J. Gardner, a son.
.".'"■" Wife of A. H. Church, a son.
in.TIW-.-ii ia if7a, '- "- aa a-a ■-, i-trt^s'— f-1r.,:. *jr4sy±r^a7frariffi^f^]R*
IS- Wife of M. D. Eldred, a son.
21- Wife of D. Hok, a laughter.
Wife of M. Stemauer, a son.
- ■ ". 22— Wif. of H. D. Cm...:-, a daughter.
'-- '■;::• of A..s*l B. t.i„_-i.\. a daughter
23— Wife oi Joseph Bauqui.r, Jr., a daughter.
25— Wife of M. J. Holland, a daughter,
25— Wife of Joseph Hurtado, a daughter.
27- Wife of Henry Rogers, twin daughters.
Wife of G. "A". Can-, a son.
28— Wife of Prank E. Michel, a son.
29— Wife of James Beckett, a son.
30— Wife of Frank Hurl a son.
Jan. I— Zilpha Lake, 79 years, 3 months.
2 — Samuel Lane, 4o tears.
3— Margaret Royal, 60 years.
3— George Perkins, 52 years. ■ '.-• ■■/'■. ''■'• ,"•
4— Archibald Fiazer, 21 years, 11 days.
.'■ -Wm. E. Zufelt, 23 years, 9 months.
s— Wong Chung, 44 yens.
' Milton Barney, 83 years.
6— Lawrence it. O'Keefe, 3 years, 6 months.
6— Heinrich Lang, 18 years, 6 mouths.
7- Emily L. Nichols, as years, 7 months.
o—John0 — John Douglas, 86 years.
o—John0 — John B. Sherburn, 28 years, 6 months.
10— Annie Wulff, 2 years, 8 days.
" , - 10— Marietta Osbarn, 01) years, 8 months.
12— Victoria K'ebs, 2 months, 27 d.'.vs.
12— Patrick Powers, ,V.l years.
15 — Samuel Wilkinson.
15— Bridget HcCnire, 50 years.
15— Joseph Alain-. 35 years.
. ; 16— W. btockel, 3- years. ■-.?■. .
17— Yong Young, 48 years.
19— Nora R. Saloman, 3 months, 6 days.
21 — Harriet Cram, 6 months, 13 da; -."
25— JerjonN. Schmidt, 4 months, -.'■ days.
25— Marl; E. Whister, 3 months, 8 days.
27— William Folks, 4," years.
—Philip McGnire, 40 years.
Feb. I Thomas Porter, 57 years, 1 month.
1 — Anthony Emerson, 66 years.
2— John D. Hubert, 16 years, 2 mouths.
2— lsis Sisenvine, 54 years.
3— Mars! nil Graham, 57 years.
Thomas G. Conner, 3 months, 23 days. J-vt
Riley Penner, 2.: years,
8- Ah War.
Mary Steffanovich, 45 years.
10 George R. Owen, 33 years,
Corson L. Silver, 21 years.
11— Won Fab Wong, 50 years. ---' » '.'_■
Thos. Cowley, 43 years, 3 months.
14— Helena Dwyer, 38 years.
14— Sarah Ann Rlpp m, 50 years, 3 months. ,
17— Lulu Wolgamott, I tear, B months.
19— Chin Shew, 86 years.
20— Lambi.rtoti Armstrong, 72 years.
21— Hiram Cook, 6 } wars, 10 months.
21— Infant son of S. Moose, 2 days.
Charles Wardell, 54 years.
22— Henry F. Bauer, 9 days.
23— Adam V. Petit;:, 60 years.
24— Meta Lutting, 34 years, 10 months.
25— Youn Sell, --'3 years.
25— Sella Block, li years.
26— Ne.lie E. Lucas. 0 months, 17 days.
— John Lubin, 34 years.
26— Mary" v.. Meagher, 17 years, ■'. months.
Mar. 2— Lorenzo Devinceuzi, 31 years.
4— John P. Millard, 71 years, X) months.
4— Long Ming Tay, 50 years.
s—James5 — James McCabe, 50 years.
o— Mary L. Massey, 30 years.
7— Henry McClbe, IS years.
B— Paul Meyer, 47 years, 4 months.
— Beaton L. Anderson, 1 year, 4 months.
— Eddie Flabire, 3 years, 11 months.
9— Geo. Kreutzbirger, 49 years.
9— Jos. E. Cadosa, 3 months, 13 days.
10 — Sabaina Harris, 8 months, 16 days.
12-Geo. Vi. Bill. 90 yean.
12— Wm. L. Newell, 57 years.
13— Justina E. Russell, 52 years.
13— Hector McDonald, 24 years.
14— Alexander M. Monro, 27 years, 8 months.
14— J. George Lngirell, 1 year, 1 month.
It— Peter B. Andrat, 62 years.
14— Daniel Sheehan, 14 years, 8 months.
-Henry Gilbert F'arland, 1 year. 8 months.
15— Carrie Z. Brierly, i:', years, 11 months.
16— Daniel Carroll, 53 years.
17— James Burke, tl months, 21 drys.
17- Wm. Murray, 23 day t-.
19— Mary J. Maxwell, 3 months.
19— J. W. Hedges, 40 years, 8 months.
21— John Bell, 67 years, 1 mouth.
22 Infant of J. Davis, 4 hours.
26— George A. Luxon, 30 year-, 9 months.
20- Magdalena W. Futterer, 8 months, 26 days.
20- Edward Scbafer, 1 month, 7 days.
20 — Wm. Gillen, 40 years, 8 months.
28— Albert S. F'razier, 37 yeais, 9 months.
28— Cliaib s Kemp, 58 years.
May Hevener, 1 year, 10 months.
29 — Wm. J. Foster, 37 years.
31— John Cardoza, 19 years, 10 months.
31— Harvey D. Webster, 45 years.
April l- Chas. M. Marsh, 17 years, 4 months.
I— Charles Logan, 29 years.
3— Anna It. Neilson, 7 years, 11 months.
3— James Henry Todd, 21 years, 9 months.
— Robert D. McCarthy, 37 years, 9 months.
10— Nina Silvers een, 3 months, 12 days.
10 — Infant of An&oneaud Mary Gerig.
12 Jennie A. Barbery 30 years, 0 months.
12— Celia Gee, 38 years. 6 months.
12 — William A. Shaw, 53 years, 11 months.
14— Robert Chiistiauson,*4s years.
17— Eugene O'Toole, 14 years, 1 day.
17— Infant of 11. and L. Kohle.
21— Infant of tt 11. Beard, 1 day.
22— Eliza Burdg, 57 y ears, 5 mouths.
23— A1l Don, 32 years.
21— Lun Ki"-. 48 years.
26— Paulo Warrero, 47 years.
20— G. W. C. Collier, 15 years, 9 months.
26 James Beatty, 22 years.
27— Jane M. Morrill, (It years.
27— Albert H. Holt, 2 years, 2 months.
30— Patrick Keilly. 00 years.
May l Augustus 11. Black, 19 years, 6 months.
I— Fred Lier. 45 years.
I— Elmer Emory, 2 months, 19 dais.
1— George A. Murphy, 40 years, 10 months.
3 -Geo. W. Kripp, 8 years, SB days.
4 — Charles Brown, 42 ears.
4 — Ah Kirn, 38 years.
C— Mrs. E. W. Spink-, 42 years, 2 months.
6— P. Cassidy, 30 yean
6— Shee Toug, 62 years. . : j v <■
B— Theodore M.ias, 51 years, 6 months.
8— Lee Hing Wring, 35 years. .
9— C. Sato, 42 years.
Cornelius Conway, 00 years.
12— Mary McGuire, 43 years.
13— Sick Gin, 22 years
14 — John Perry, 30 years.
16— Ron Ah Tong, 40 years.
16 — Thos. H. Jackson, 65 years.
20— iou Chee, 62 years.
22— Thos. Pratt, 51 years.
,23— Caroline Krenzberger, 37 years, 1 month.
— Michael Kelly, 32 years.
• 29— Troy Dye.
29- Edward M. Anderson, 40 years, 2 months.
30— Maud Morrill, 11 months, 27 days.
30 — Jim Gay, 40 years.
June 1— Eliza J. Longstreet, 41 years.
I—Ptioline1 — Ptioline Picrri.
2— Richard Stewart, 71 years, 4 months.
3— Infant of Th ,s. McCarty, 1 day.
B—Adonljab8 — Adonljab Stanley, 89 tears.
s— Henry Ban, fair yean.
o— Charles Gerrish, 20 years, 10 months.
6— John Kelly, 1 arm., 23 days.
10— Daniel Webster Comee, 68 years.
11— Elizabeth Swilzer, "at years.
11— Aimer Kromer, '. year, ii months.
11— George Martin, 41 tars.
17— Viola Harrington, 11 months, 15 days.
18— Maud V. Hinkson, 6 years, 9 months,
la— James Dickson, 80 years.
— Harry Pastel), 23 years.
21 -Andrew Dugan, 29 years.
jjrr 23 — Cornelius OMara, 23 years.
23— George It. Farrar. 1 year.
r 24— Sim Sim, 33 yean.
21; -Edward D. F. Brown, 7 months, 20 days.
27— Stephen Cunningham, 4 years.
28 — Jose M. Finnic-. 40 years.
2a John J. N'ri.'le. 86 years.
— Caroline Mueller.
30— Charles J. Comstock, 21 yea-s.
— lames Walsh, 30 years.
July 1 -William T. Hugben, 60 yean.
I—Maria1 — Maria Deneta Berg. 5 months, 1 day.
s— Ralph T. Clark, 2 months, 17 days.
Henry It. Starring, ."at yean, 8 months.
s Miry A. Dcnnie, 12 .wars, 20 days.
6 John 11. Crousth. 47 years.
o— Chas. S. Newhall, 40 years.
Maris D. Berg, 5 months, 1 day.
B— John Silvers, 2 months, xi days.
9— E. 11. Button, 02 years, 4 months.
Ellen Collins. B8 years, 5 months.
11— Horace S. Davis, 2 months, 11 days.
12— Philip Lichthardt, 2 months.
13— Let, '.ii, years.
15— Lewis Smith, 1 year, 2 months.
— J. 11. Murray, 51 years.
15 — Wing Sin Sou, 37 years.
IS John Mi-Laugh in, 65 years.
19— J. J. Ynhre, li months, 17 days.
pi Grace Richards, 24 years. .
20— Wm. .'.'.. .viii' ird, 29 years, 3 months.
20— Jacob .',l. Keyes, 88 years, t.i months.
22— J. c. Seymour, 72 years.
28— Ah Kec, 27 years.
24— F'ong Suck King, 35 year?.
'-__- r- 25 — James Dawson, 60 years. j
25— M.i' n.i Catsus, 45 years.
20 — Andrew Post, I 6 years. '
27— Clara M. Chapman, 23 years.
28— Frank Mains, 11 months, 28 days.
29— Wilfred Matter, 7 months.
29— Lrili,' A. Clark, * months, 10 days.
30 — Samuel Nichols, 86 years, 4 mouths.
Aug. 3— Georgie F. birth, 11 months, 23 days.
" 4- Claries Lotthanimcr, 45 years, 7 months.
B— Dm. is Thielbar, 02 years.
0— Unknown Chinaman. :
9— Harriet Ostdlo, 1 month, 1 day.
9— Ah Wa, 10 months.
9— Thos. C. Frazier, :>', years.
John O'Laughlin, 2 months, 14 days.
9— Voting Yang, 26 years,
i 10— Julius Asher, 2 months.
12— Edm D. Row c, 1 year. 9 months.
18— Lee Tung, 23 years.
13— Fung Cow. 5$ years.
14 -Kra'ie A. McGuire, 2 years, 7 months.
t 14— Robert Lawson, 44 years. r: : r[f'r
17— James HcGrath, 00 years.
17— .John Randolph, 22 years.
17— James P. O'Neill, 28 years, 11 months.
IS — Joseph Rierdon, 17 years. ' T "r T i.->.
18- John H. Russell, 55 years, 6 months.
20— Ada Merrii', 17 years.
22- Amelia Morrcll, l month.
22— Eva r'oiz<-y, 1 month, 2 days.
' 22— Hong Shung, 38 years. '.-.,.
_>2— Henry Hirechman. 22 Mars.
28— Fred. F. Gibson, 10 yean, 3 months. ".-"."-'
--21—Mrs. T. C. Miller, 52 years, 11 months. .
25— Unknown man, 00 .-(ala-S.
»T 11. F. W. 1, -.ttrtiri,. 1.1 years, 2 months.
-_.. r fed. I 32 years.
20— Henry i". White. 34 years, 7 months.
23— Alexander Fleming, 35 years. ; . .-.."._-•'. , ;
■29 Frank Hickey, 23 years.
'.'• 29— Lucy S. Jacobs, 39 years, 3 months.
■fj. ilrr.r"!..- L- tMa-.-ti, 33 years. 3 months.
;. 30— Rudolph linn-hart, 52 years. •; r'r ■■'_,',.
30— Ah Tuck, 47 years.
31 — Joseph Hays. 1 year, 4 months.
Sept. I— Ah Leumg, 28 years. a*3gg||Sgg
: 4— Wm. Granless, 58 years.
4— Rosa Kacser, 10 years, 7 month.?.
• ."_' i . — Flora F. Kuchler, 1 year, 2 months.
6— Librard Ciros, 33 years. -
7 - Emma Wassing, 15 years, 2 months.
7— Charles A. Reuter, 5 months, 4 da s.
7- Florence L. Harper, 26 years, 5 months.
B— Joe I'-.tvoe, 31 years. .
8- J." r". Vi. Kmuae, 09 years, 7 months.
B— Mrs. M. C. Harvey, 79 years, 16 months.
8- J. Dooly, 24 years.
B— lnfant child of W. A. Fountain.
9— Thos. Miller, 77 years, 10 months.
9— Etola A. Hammond, 9 months, 6 days.
9— Ah Gung, M years.
10- Sarah N. Carter, 47 years, 7 months.
11— Infant child of Henry Kckiiardt.
11— S. T. Coo|ier, 55 years.
13— Abb; L. Fountain, 30 years, 2 months.
Martha E. Perkins, 24 years.
-James Wicker, r.i years.
:.' 15— Minnie 11. Coleman, 8 months, 15 days.
Cm- I.'. East, 23 years.
IC — Louisa Messenger, 49 years, 7 months.
IC— Alfred O'Dell, 14 years, 8 months.
16 — Sin, 24 years.
17- Diego Morales, 48 years, 1 month.
. 17— Robert Mullen.
21— Edna Dunlap, 3 months, 2 days.
21— May H. Woolsey, 10 months, 8 days.
21 — Louisa A. Lehman, 38 years* 11 months.
21— Domingos Silvy, 6 months, 11 days.
22— Ah Vim, 35 wars.
23— Walter Bead, 1 year, 4 months.
23 — Infant ton of Joseph >,huler.
23— Sarah E. Eldred, 44 years, 8 months.
25 Frank A . Anderson, 8 months.
27— Le Tun, 30 years. - -',—
27- Mary tnan, 1- years.
27— J. C. Mahler, 24 years.
2S-- JanetMc -tru, 86 war.-, 6 months.
29— Mai • I J. Bauquier.
William O'Millen, 21 years.
Oct. 2— Hiililah A, Lund, 1 year, 5 months.
— Dai Klice, 90 years.
3 — Charles McWiiliams, 47 years.
.'-;', 4 — Mary Thieltn, 36 years.
s—Ann5 — Ann K. Hartigan, 54 years.
C— Henorae Corcoran, 85 years.
Mary c. Giesel, 22 years, 9 months.
7— Louis J. Bauer, 5 years, 10 months, 7 days
Eugene M. Pearson, 25 years, 5 months.
Amos Warner, 3 years, 3 months.
9- -John Carroll, SO years, 5 months.
9— John 1., Sorrels, is years.
_-".:; 10— Charles .Miller, 61 years.
10 — Thomas Manning, 17 years, 10 months.
Win. H. I'm 20 years.
11— Barbara A. Gerber, 20 j ears, 9 months.
11 — Amy C. Brown, 70 years.
11— Unknown, 5.") years.
12— James Henley, 4 months, 25 days.
13— Catherine Donahue, 2 months.
13 Unknown, 45 years.
. ■'}': 13— Annie Tyler, 3*3 years. s£*\ri
14 — Mary Benton, 05 years.
15— Jonas Politz, 71 years.
15— Ah I'ow. 29 years.
- . 16— L. S Graham, 82 years.
16— Infant of 11. L. Heath, 6 days.
16 Annie M. Stockhouse, 20 years.
17 — Jim Goon, 19 years.
19— Margaret Reiser, 64 years, 8 months.
19— Infant child of B. Kirk.
19— lohn H. Colb, 1 month, 19 days.
20— Mcanle Cronan, 5 weeks, 2 days.
20— Alfred J. Rivett, 28 years, 5 months.
21 — Anna L. Gruhler, 10 years, 8 months.
21— Ellen E. Shea, 2 months.
22— Hairy F. Phillips, 20 yean, 4 months.
22— Minnie It. Meister, 10 years, 7 months.
22— 0. B. Kloppenburg, 19 years, 1 month.
23— Gertrude Simon, 14 years, 4 months.
24— Mary C. Alfnrd.
24— Willis li. Palmer.
25 Terrenes McMorry, 14 yeirs, 3 months.
26 Sarah lola Hanson, 20 years, 0 months.
26— Libby E. Curtis, 2 months, 4 days.
27— Josephine M. Dunlap, 31 years.
27 Fred Windricks, 51 years, 3 months.
27— Bartholomne Rasher, 37 years.
29— Charles Scullion, 2 months, 21 days.
29— Infant child of James C. Row.
29 — Guadalupe Flove, 50 years.
29— Ah Ting Tung, 54 years.
29— Cornelius Scanlin, 45 years.
31— Elizabeth 11. MacEwen, 60 yean.
Nov. I— Roscy Malloy, 72 years.
I— Hawks Young, 57 years.
2 — rlarances W. Chapman, 3 months, 22dayg
3— Pearl Pettit. 2 months, 21 days.
3— Clayton Vf, Hoskins, 2 yea's, 6 months.
3— Peter Perm, 31 years, C months.
3— C. 11. llri 11111111.
s— Chirks W. Todd.
s—Fan5 — Fan Duck Yonr, 37 years.
— Fred Merrywether, 75 years.
s— Charles E. Miles, 9 years, 7 months.
s—Alexander5 — Alexander Orr, 45 years.
6— Hugh Mi liny. 65 years.
-Alexander Matheson, 39 years.
S — Eugene Ryan, 1 year, 1 month.
9— Mary Riley, 56 years.
— Addph Hromada, 5 months.
11— Infant child of M. Stcrnfels, 1 day.
11 — Mabel D. Beit-hart, 3 years, 1 month.
12 — Ah ir.i Lloyd, 14 years, 10 months.
12— Constancia E. M. Mason, 50 years.
13— Arthur J. Weadrick, 29 years.
11 Chan I. rili Sing', 54 years.
15 — John A. Harm. 25 years, 15 days.
15— William F. Sabbut, 28 years.
16— llonora McGrath, -I years. 11 months.
16— Kate Woithiiigton, 36 wars.
10— Amelia 1 .llischi . 75 years.
17— Ah Hu: _.. 56 ■■ i irs.
17 — James N. Hill, 60 years.
17— Robert M. Krvrnan, 5 years, 2 months.
Thomas Harris, 3 days,
— William H. 11. Lee, 14 years.
18— Robert Vi. Dunphy, 1 year, 6 months.
IS — Rose I'itzsinimons, 34 years.
18— Huoino Batonichck, 42 years.
Iti- Manna, li. Ransom, 78 years.
Amanda S. Greenlaw, 44 years. •
Mary Aim Fli win, 28 years, 11 months..
21 — Mary L. L. Lee, 0 months, 1 day.
22 A. Itergdorl, 24 years.
24— Nellie Leonard, 15 years, 8 months.
24— Michael Lucy, 2 years, 17 days.
25 — Vi. F. Swimley, 52 years.
23 — Infant daughter of Henry Rogers.
29— Enoch Matter, 49 years.
30— D. Henry Thielbar, .'.9 years, 8 months.
30— Noah Johnson, 18 years.
30— Hiram Henderson, 38 years, 11 months.
Jan. — Wm. Cluff and California Colton.
8— W. F. Kroll and Effie L. Stickney.
Feb. -4 — Joshua T. Bailey and Louisa D. Benton.
19— W. T. Clark and Sue V. Sherman.
April 2— D. II Clippenger and Mollie Essig.
2 — Barr and Angle Durr.
16— Billings Trapp and Lizzie Beeding.
29— Richard M. Clark and Mollie M. Clark.
May 13— W. H. Finlay and E'len M. Gardner.
21— John T. Wells and Clara T. MeGlothin.
June 11— H. S. Small and Adell H. Perkins. • r ■_
25— John G. Beckstrom and Rosa Bern-hard.
July 10— Maurice Lcavit and A. E. Bates.
Aug. 9— S. C. Ti-ynn and Amy Ldmbach.
13 Beurt-g.ird Young and Ida XX. Oxender.
24 — George W. Dixon and Clara S. Turner.
24 — Win. 0. Davis and Mamie Allen.
Sept. 3 — James ' '■ Taylor and Jennie Banking.
23— W. F. Fiddyment and Ella Bond.
Oct. 14— It. 11. Tupp and Nellie F. McClurc.
26— Alfred Richardson and Sarah Tew.
Nov. 10— F. F. Thomas and Sarah E. Anderson.
Jan. s— Wife of Jacob Gebert, a son.
0- Wife of J. M. Bell, a son.
6— Wife of J. W. Bayless, a son.
13— Wife of A. B. Casey, a daughter.
Feb. 3— Wife of C. A. Jenkins, a daughter.
6— Wife of B. Pride, a daughter.
14— Wife of T. Vi. Johnson, a son.
20— Wife of John Patterson, a daughter.
Mar. 20 — Wife of John Parker, a daughter.
April 5- Wife of J. 11. Fenwick, a daughter.
21-- Wife of Washington Brandon, a son.
May 2— Wife of Thomas A. Ryan, a son.
4— Wife of George R. Billion, a son.
13— Wife of Thomas Lowe, a daughter.
14 — Wife of Joseph Gosling, a son.
20 — Wife of ''. P. Bartholomew, a daughter.
27 Wife of John Swain, a daughter.
29 Wife of George Teusch, a son.
June I— Wifeof Win. K. Lind. ason.
— Wife of John tl. Sawyer, a son.
B—Wife8 — Wife of J. Simmons, a daughter.
17 — Wife of Samuel Hawk, a son.
25 Wife of p. Waggoner, a daughter.
25— Wife of Philip Engosspr, a daughter.
26— Wife of A Leslie, a son.
July 20— Wife of John Hussell, a son.
Aug. 8— Wife of Davids. Henley, a daughter.
_ Wife of P. 11. Gardiner, a daughter.
27— Wife of A. A. Nordyke, a daughter.
Sep.. 4— Wife of O. A. Lo- dall, a daughter.
9— Wifeof Robert sharp, a daughter.
12— Wifeof Richard Bellby, adaughter.
14 — Wife of Richard Carrington, a daughter.
17 — Wife of Chas. W. Robinson, a daughter.
19— Wife of A. Kohlhaker, a daughter.
Oct. 24— Wife of Aaron King, a son.
Nov. 2— Wife of A. W. Bryan, a son. >»
Wife of Paul Kahn, a son.
21— Wife of Jesse Thomas, a daughter.
22— Wife f.f S. Stamper, a son.
Jan. 5- Edward A. Johnson, 32 years.
7— <£. O. Ititr rt, 70 years.
10— Godf red Zeh, 55 years, 3 months.
12 — John Watters, 50 years.
17— Humphrey Taylor, 82 years, 5 months,
31— Joseph Randall, 56 yean.
Feb. 2 — John Shaw, 40 years.
21 — Kate M. lleani, 24 years.
— Benj. F. Hood, 23 years, 9 months.
Mar. B—Settle8 — Settle Pearson, 20 years.
26— William J. Russell, 41 years.
April 9— Lizzie Row, 12 years, 10 months.
22— Lena Wade, 2d days.
27— William Winkelman, 4 years, 3 months.
Jlay 15 Bernard OTS 11, 60 years.
June IS— Jeremiah M. P. my. 19 years.
19— Jlanuel Proedo, 3 months, 5 days.
July 13— Mary Wi!l_r_m*Sheehan,7 yean, 79 month;
22— Ilirrv Williamson, 18 years, 6 months.
■ Aug. 6— Ursula Miller, 79 years.
6— Martha A. Raker, 6 months, 1 day.
10— John Albert Clippinger, 36 years, 5 months
." tif 11— Charlie Frans, 1 )eer, 4 months. :
16— Mrs. C. Van M.iren, 54 years, 9 months.
21— Mrs. II M Hotting-, years. .___.'-- '■; :',.
88— Ikr-i 1" Tibbitts. 14 yeara, 8 months.
27- Mrs.'.). V. 11:::. 73 years.
Sep. 14— John 11. Rowe, 80 yeara, 11 months.* ;.
Ifr-Jlargaret Riley, 02 years, 5 months.
26— Eliza E. Smith, ','■■ yean,
Oct. 11— Phillip V. Chamberlain, 55 years.
12— Henry Gardiner, SOyears.
13— Emilia Nicdeeker, 27 years, 3 months.
William F. Talbt-rt, 28 years.
23— John Bennett, 62 years, 6 months.
26— Lucia E. Towers, 61 years.
2S— George J. insider, 23 years, 4 months.
Nov. -Hattie E. Bowles, IS viars, 11 months.
A family at Carlsrube having been - poi.'
soned by American corned beef, the Ger.
man j Government has interdicted the
importation of all preserved j meats from
the United States. The meat by which
the i accident was caused was of excellent
quality, but was rendered poisonous by lead
used to solder it,