Passengers, Seaports, Captains
Sailed for Panama
June 19, 1873
June 20, 1873, Daily Alta California, San Francisco
Yesterday the steamer Alaska sailed for Panama with a full cargo of freight, among which is 33,000 gallons wine, 3,000 cases salmon, 500 cases borax and 600 barrels of flour.
All steamers will call at Mazatlan and Manzanillo, and connect at Acapulco for all Central American Ports. All, except the Alaska, call at San Diego.
S. K. Holman
List not located.
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