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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

VOL. I. THE DAILY UNION. SACRAMENTO CITY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1851. No. 1.

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"THE DAILY UNION" [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

"THE DAILY UNION." JOHN F. MORSE, EDITOR. We publish this Morning the above-named paper. at the reduced price of FIVE CENTS per copy. In adding another Journal to the list of those already published, we believe we are but responding to the imperative wants of the community ; and we know that in assuming the responsible position contemplated in such an enterprise, we are actuated by nothing but honorable determination to establish a medium of intelligence which shall afford unequalled facilities for advertising, and through which we can always speak with the assurances of justice, equity and decorum. It will be our aim to publish the first news in the best style and at the lowest prices. And that we can do this, we feel confident, from the practical ability of those constituting the PUBLISHING DEPARTMENT, together with their known energy, and long experience in all the detail of a newspaper publication. We have already made preparation for receiving early and important news from San ...

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GENERAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. Religious Services. — itlos At j CHT7BCB, 6th street, between I and —K-:v.;J. A. j Bout on, Pastor. Divine service every Ssl>bi!u at 10£ o'clock a. M. and 3 o'clock v. X. , ; > Methodist Episcopal Church, Kokxit.:7th as,*] between L and M —Rev. Mr. Brijrr& Pastor. _ Livine service every Sabbath at 10£ o'ektel; .v. m . ar. 3 o'clock p. M. Methodist Episcopal Ciimtcn Hor.u, 7tL'.sL% between J and —Rev. Mr. Penniman, Pastor. Livine ."crvicc every Sabbath at 10| o'clock a. m. Baptist CnUßcn, X. E. comer of 7th anil L Bts — Rev. Janice W. Capen. Pastor. IVivinestrvjceefivjSabbath at lO£ o'clock a. m. h:i<l 3 oV.^t^Mi^^ Roman C.'..tiiolic Chukch, conicr,«',7t r i jt-tg ; sts—Rev. Join Ingoldsby, Pa.-'.j.. !■ on every Sabbath and Helliday, lit lO^'VoiV A,jjii,',. a-.d -I]; p. :>i., j other days at 7 o'o\*S*r?xi.~: i ~ \* \ ~ 3lasonlc ,l>otlßcs^- rTfiii«rf.*"Tji>oi», N«>. Jfc. meets on ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

Honest Labor. —We see the man who scorns honest labor, who clothes himself j with fine linen, and fares sumptuously every j day '■ On his back is the fleece of the pea- 1 sant's sheep, sheared by tho peasantry's, strong hand, whitened in the clear low of j the mountain stream, and spun by hands, if j not as white, more pure ar stainless than the crowned queen's. Not •■ rag of all that curiously-wrought, colored, and ] fat/i/oned \ gear, which defends him from keen &ost, and scorch of summer, and gi«s him grace in the eye of beauty —not a single i rag is there but rises up in jugment j and gives him back scorn for > storn. — ■ Fool and drone! He has mistaken tie true ! attitude of man —the heart of the greit uni- ! verse itself. Annul that labor whjch he ' scorns, and he stands amid the' elements of nature nude as when born. The polished hide which has felt the busy touch off many hands, over which eyes have tired and hearts grown faint, crumbles from his =hift...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

POETRY. For the " Union."' Song of the Elves. Oh, merry old ladies are we — The jolliest witches that be; We drink from the flagon, And ride the green dragon, Till he's quite Out of sight Of the land, and the stream, and the sea. Our chariot of amber and gold On axles of thunder is rolled ; With our steeds of tornado, That raged in Tobago, We dash With a crash Through city and forest and wold. At night, in the dark cypress swamp, Around the scathed cedars we romp ; And we chase the vampire, And the dancing bogfire, As we ride, All astride Of broomsticks in witchery pomp. We love the old graveyard to roam, Perchance with an underground groan, With a snake-wreathed face, And a goblin grimace, Out of wits Into fits, We may frighten some mourner alone. We lodge in the violet's cup, Its night-distilled nectar we sup ; There cradled we rock All night in the top Of a flower, In the bower Of velvet and moss folded up. Right merry old ladies are we, The cunningest witches that be We drink fr...

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Vtiel re s [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

Address To the Journeymen Printers of the United States. BY THE PRINTERS CONVENTION. For some time past, the project of calling together a National Convention of Journeymen Printers has met considerable attention and favor from the Trade in various portions of the country. Aware of this [?] and partaking also in the general desire, the Unions of New York, Philadelphia and Boston, about a month since, issued a Circular, requesting the different societies throughout the country, to send delegates to a National Convention, to be held in New York on Monday, Dec. 2, 1850. In consequence of the very short space of time intervening between the receipt of the Circular and the meeting of the Convention, but five States have sent delegates, viz : New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Kentucky.These delegates met in Convention at the time and place specified; and through their committee now address you. It is useless for us to disguise from ourselves the fact that, under the presen...

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For the Union. Recollections of Home. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

For the Union. Recollections of Home. The sun had scarcely retired behind the western hills of Saratoga, as, I wandered forth, in order to cool my heated brain by calm and solitary reflection. 'Twas autumn; the green leaves of summer had given place to the dry and withered. Where the forest a short time before was clad in a mantle of verdure, autumn now spread her yellow cloak, as if some foul pestilence had passed over, leaving its footprints upon all that was lovely and beautiful. Where lately waved the golden grain, brushed by the whispering wind, nought remained but the seer and yellow stubble. No flocks were roaming on the hills, no birds were warbling in the woods, no swallow twittered in the air—but the eagle screamed on the mountain, and the raven croaked in the valley." The clouds looked boding and dark, as the clear cool winds swept them along over the tops of the hills, and their deep shadows were gloomily reflected in the waters of the smooth lake. The smoke that went up...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

'!: PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED FOR THE " DAILY IMOX," BY J. B. STARR & CO ; Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, BRICK BUILDING, OX THE LEVEE. — American Pilot . V. • . 11 a -12 American Navy 1. ':.. '-'. J . ...' 8 a 9 Crackers— Bent's Water .". .'. . . . 1 . 15 a 18 Bent's Sugar. 20 a .22 " Butter ............ : — — '« Fancy...:.........;, 25 a^j 3ojT Boot* and ISrogaii* — Calf > 32 00 a SS 00 ; ; *; r . large size, per doz. ..... 5 ; - - . Heavy pegged, large size . . 22 00 a 23 00 Long grained ' " ". . 35 00 a4O 00 j Brogans, stout - '," " ::. '.; 18 00 a2l 00 j Coal— Anthracite, per. ton 10 00 a 14 00 Smith's, per t0n.......... 30 00 a 40 00 j Sidney, per ton ....'. 14 00 a 16 00 Clothing — Heavy, coarse. large S?>if'>J sizes, sells "for a fair advance . on invoice price. Coffee — Rio, per lb ...... . 15jd 16$ Sandwich 1 .-land, per lb. . . 13 a 14 j Roast and Ground do 18 a 22 ■ Candles — SnerniV^rlb. ;.;.,'••..■" 47 a *50 j Adamant...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. GREGORY'S GREAT PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC EXPRESS, TO CHINA, SANDWICH ISLANDS AND OREGON— To all the Atlantic and Western States, and by Collins' celebrated fast steamers, to all parts of Europe. A special MESSENGER will be dispatched por every steamer leaving San Francisco, for any of the above ports. Gold Dust, Packages, Parcels and Letters, forwarded and insured at the very lowest rates. Letters to and from San Francisco, daily, at 25 cents each, and Gold Dust at one-fourth of one per cent., which will cover all losses arising from the unfaithfulness of messengers or otherwise. N. B. — Sight drafts on New York at par. Office on 2d st., between J and K, Sacramento. mh19 GEO. E. CLARK, Agent. PALMER & CO'S CALIFORNIA EXPRESS COMPANY, for the transmission of all freight, merchandise, valuables and gold dust, to and from California, Oregon and Pacific ports and Europe: to and from the West Indies and China — being General Forwarders by the most expeditious rout...

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INTRODUCTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

INTRODUCTORY. In, the beginning of an enterprise of so much importance as the publication of a daily journal of the events and incidents of a community like ours, it is in keeping with custom and propriety, to define the principles by which we shall be governed, and to assure the public of the means at our command, with which we intend responding to the -wishes and requirements of those who support us. Whilst, in polities, our paper will be neutral and independent, yet, in every question of Commerce, Climate, Tradq. Manufacture, Mining. Agriculture, or in any conceivable issue in which the interests of our State, County, or City are involved, we shall always be found unequivocally and uncompromisingly a Sacramento friend of California. Not that we would imply an attachment j to California superior to the obligations of truth, or that our feelings towards the country could induce us, for a moment, or in any instance, to misrepresent the real condition of any matters pertaining to the...

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"THE UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

"THE UNION." Various are the motives which have induced us to adopt the above, as the name of our paper. First, it presented itself to us as a befitting symbol by which to indicate the nature of the enterprise in which we are engaging. By a union of practical journeymen printers, whose industry has endowed them with adequate resources, we have been secured ample means for publishing a journal which we hope to make of utility, and interesting to the community in which it is printed. In the second place, the word is so congenially related to our views and sentiments in regard to those unions which are inspired by fancy and confirmed by affections. So far as we are able to ascertain, we have all of us bowed to the shrine of Hymen, or have a fair understanding that we will soon do so. At any rate, there is one subject on which we never will consent to be neutral and that is, on the unnatural and eccentric habits of Old Bachelorism. We wish it, however, distinctly understood, that our im...

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I From San Joaquln. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

From San Joaquin. The Stocton Times, of Saturday, March 15th, contains the following letter from Sav age: Head Quarters, Near Mariposa, March 9th, 1851. C. D. Gibbs, Esq: Sir — Last night at eleven o clock, an express arrived from Capt. John J. Kuydenhall. informing me of the death our mutual friend, Mr. Cassity. Capt. Kuykendall found his body about 2 1/2 miles below your place. His tongue was cut out, laid his side, and an arrow shot through it into his heart—his right leg cut off and taken away. There were two arrows in his person, it would appear from the signs that they came in personal collision with him before they succeeded in killing him. From the sign, it is to be hoped that he killed one or more Indians. Kuykendall had a skirmish with a small party of Indians, which they found within five miles ot your fort. The fort has not been interrupted since you left. Four men have been killed near the Fine Gold Gulch, and two wounded on Greaser Gulch since you left. l am of opinion...

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A_ I'*"«irt Ori""'ip [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

A_ I'*"«irt Ori""'ip tThesteameit Sea Gull, Capt. Tidienoi arrived at San Francisco on Saturday evci.iiur. She, is five .days from Portland, and twenty hours from Humboldt Bay, and brought tlown: 12i passengers. The Sea Gull, durin« t>'er absence from this port, of only thirteen has made the trip to Portland and back. tuppine at Trinidad and llumboldt both wars; We have dates to the Sth inst., but find ' n^ new of special interest. A great deal of rain has fallen mOro^on. during the last month. The winter is now 7 , considered to have passed, and the land i- be- r ing prepared for planting. A Convention was to be held on Saturday Ins . at Lafayette, to nominate a candidate for Congress in place of S. R. Thurston, the present delegate. Much feeling exist* upon tlicv subject, and Thurston is said to stand no' chance at all. The geld fever ie raging again in the Territory, and large numbers arc leaving their farms and business to go to the Klair whence several adventures hav...

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CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

CALIFORNIA LEGIS LATURE. X - — i THE SEN ATE •". Friday, March 14, 1851. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Douglas introduced a bilk entitled an net to regulate the Senatorial and Assembly Districts of the State, which was read twice and ordered to be printed. It proposes to allow one member to every 1900 inhabitants, which would entitle the counties to Senators and Assemblymen, as follows : Counties.. Assemblymen. Senators. San Diego 1 1 Los Angelos . . . . ' 3 1 Santa Barbara & San Luis Obispo 2 1 Monterey 1 ; ) 1 Santa Cruz 1 j Santa Clara 3 ', y Contra Costa ................. 1 ) San Francisco .8 3 Sacramento ii 4'San Joaquin • 2 -■ 1 C alaveras • 6 ' . 2 Tuolumne 7 3 Mariposa 2 I El Dorado ................ ..b 2 Placer 5 2 Sutter .........2 1 Yuba 5 2 Nevada .4 2 Butte .••■! 2 Shasta y "2 1 Maria, Sonoma and Mendocino. 2 1 Napa 1 ) Solano ; 1 'f 1 Yolo and Colusi 1 ) Trinity 2 ] Klamath •••••2 1 Mr. Adams made a fierce denunciatory attack upon Gen. Winches...

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rnSTllll< H Sallc-d. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

Passengers Sailed. Per steamer Antelope, for Panama — C Crith, M Pugh, E S Terry. B Curry, W P Marble, T Evans, jr. W Potter, A C F.-lgcr.'G C Colman, II Smith, W Baber, L Grambs, J Souk. II H Barnes, .1 Clark. G Worth. C McAutlur. B L Wood, W C i'olh-v. A Byrd, .1 Wallace, W T Earl, E Ilarman, C A Lannet, W S Tbomaa, W Tate, Bagkiy, i;&amp;lt;&amp;gt;gera, Saonden, T S Bayers, J W Hopkins. Lander. Fancher.J T Desmukes, i-; G Saunden, Peterson, C his;-. B B Hasting, W Cummings, C Norwood, I* Honkling, D Ihiv's, R Savage, U Yinccsit, A G Eldridge, G W Walton, J S Thomas. J Maucer, Mr Barton. G A Rogers, Benson, W Reynolds, Sims, J M Copeland, J W Haley, J P Pellow, N Shoppard, R Norwood, Winchester, .1 Gilpin, E Mien, G P Hathaway, N .1 Holt, .1 Patrick. H C Rurbank, W D West, F D [Jimpton, Cast Prior. lohn Maguire, R Heniage, B W Mason, W B Davis, M JMnlliken, W Willis, jr, Mrs Chcpin, Mr Hall and hidv, .Miss Halderman, (i 15 Labutut, Jno O'Brien, J H Townsend, Kbbs. I! C Sm...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

MARRIED, On the 2d inst.. at Portland. Oregon, by the Rev. T. A. Cornwall, Mr. Isaac McCullcy to Miss Lydia E. Stout. On the 2d in-t., by the Rev % J. H. Wilbur, Mr. Daniel 11. Longsdale to Mrs. Nancy Gilleham, both of Portland, ' . . DIED, On board the U. S. ship Warren, on the loth ol March, Lieut. William 11. Thompson.- I". S. Navy. AUCTION SALES. BY CL.ARK &amp;amp; 3IJLM:. D . B.MILNE, AUCTIONEER. * CLARK &amp;amp; MILNE will sell at their sales-room, on Front street, on THIS DAY, (Wednesday,) 19th March, at 10 o'clock — Mess pork in bbls; '" Leaf Lard, in cans; Sandwich Island syrup; Ames' short handled shovels; „ &amp;gt; ; Monongahela whisky, in 5 gallon kegs; ■ Stuart's steam refined syrup, 10 gallon kegs; Port wine; Madeira wine,'&amp;amp;c, &amp;amp;c, &amp;amp;c. — also — 2000 feet superior OARS, assorted sizes. It BY CLARK &amp;amp; MIL.X£7 ON TUESDAY, March 24th. CLARK &amp;amp; MILNE will .-ell on Tuesday, March 24th, the Three Lots, wi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers, • J. B. STARR. . JOSEPH It. BEARD. , JB. STARR &amp;amp; CO., Auctioneers and Commis- . sion Merchants, Brick Building, on = the Levee, between X and L streets. v . m! 9 CLARK '&amp;amp;', MlLNE, ';" Auction and Commission V_y Merchants, Front st, between X and L. ml!) PRETTYMAN &amp;amp; BARROLL, Wholesale AucJL. tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between J and X streets. • ml 9 2m = : — r— : J.C. BEIDEMAN. LOUIS SLOSS. Beideman &amp;amp; Sloss AUCTION and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A north side of J, one door above 4th. - m19 1m Bankers. RHODES, STURGES &amp;amp; CO., Exchange- BroXL ker and Bankers, Second street, between J and K. ■:-•■:- ■ .-;_ m! 9 HENSLEY &amp;amp; MERRILL, Bankers and 1 Exchange Bri. &amp;gt; 7 Second street, between J and K. - ' - ; ml» BEACH, WELLS &amp;amp;l CO., Bankers, J street, near Second. ml 9 lm BF. HASTINGS &amp;amp; CO., Bankers and Com'iuis- . sion Merchants, No. 51 J street. - ml ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 March 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Painters and Paper-Hangers. I FIELD &amp;amp; HOYT. House, Sign and Fancy Painters, and Paper Hangers, 21!) .1 st. ml£) lm* Physicians. J GATES, ML D. Botanic Physician— • Rooms, Convenience for the i Sick, Medicated Vapor Baths," &amp;amp;c— X st., between 3d and 4th. MB DR. M. X. BAILEY, Physician and Surgeon, Rush Hotel, J street, between sth and 6th streets. . . ml 9 DR. THOMAS BAILLIE, Medicine and Drug Store, 137 J street, near corner of 6th, north side. ....--:. iul9 Heal Kstiile Agents. DX. BRANNAN, Agency for S. Brannan, and XJ» Jno. A. Sutter, Jr., 43 'Front street, between J X and L. in 19 lER RE D. CORNWALL, R eal Estate Broker, 43 Second street, between J and K. ml 9 J0I j a S. FOWLER, Real Estate Agent, and J Broker, .'Jc^ Agent for Ca^.t.' J. A. Sutler. Sr., Second street, betC'-eu J and lv. ; mlJ- " ' " TRUE DELTA DEPOT," . Tehama Block, Corner of Front ami J streets, ( - Sackame.vto ; City. JOSEPH Git ANT, Asciit," John. lt. Ridge, Traveling ...

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