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Mercantile Library Association. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

Mercantile Library Association. To-night the meeting of those of our citizens favorable to the establishment of a Mercantile Library Association in Sacramento City, assembles. The meeting takes pk cc at the Council Chamber, on Fourth street, opposite the Court House, and will be called to order at eight o'clock. We look upon this as quite an important move among our citizens, and trust that it will meet with the success it deserves. Its beginning may be small, but it will not take many months for the institution to become extensive and important. It is well known that in Cincinnati, some years ago, a similar society was founded, and in the course of a few years it became more extensive than any other society of the kind in the Union, except the Mercantile Library Association of New York. There has long been a lack of places of rational amusement in our midst, and this, together with our theatres, bids fair to supply the want we have felt so long. Periodicals from every section of ou...

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, June 15 and 16— Ships Ellen Brooks, Hedge, 165 days from Boston; Marcia Cleaves, Stacey, 183 ds fm do; Wm Gray, Macloon, 225 ds fra do; Osceola, Barstow, IG9 ds fm do; Palestine, Scott, IS6 ds fm N York; barques Izett, Higgins, 177 ds from Gloucester; Congress, Avery. 191 days from Mystic; John G Colley, Long, 52 ds fm Panama; Emma, Mans on, 178 ds fm Bath; bark S H Waterman, Fish, 161 ds fm Boston; Nehemiah Rich, 221 ds from New Orleans; brigs Metropolis, Bennett, 180 ds from Beverly; Siroc, Beckford. 190 ds fm Eastport; Rival, Brazier, 220 ds fm Portland; Colorado, Baker, 235 ds fm Boston; schrs Billow, Smith, 175 ds fra do; Woodside, Trofatten, 200 ds from do.

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

Q^There will be an adjourned meeting of the Law and Order Association on Thursday evening next, at 7% o'clock, in the second story of Mr. Queen's new building, on the corner of M and Front streets. T. J. WHITE, President. R. A. Pearis, Secretary. jel9 2t O^Masoxic Celebration. — Will be celebrated on the 24th of this month, the Anniversary of St. John the Baptist, by the Masonic Order, at which time Col N. G. Curtis and Rev. Dr. Grove Deal will deliver .Masonic Addresses. All Masons in good standing are invited to attend, and the citizens of Sacramento city and ad joining country are respectfully requested to attend. The Fraternity will meet at the Lodge Room, over Kennedy's store, on J street, between 3d and 4th streets, at 9 o'clock a. m., and the procession will move under the charge of the mar~ shal of the Lodge at ten o'clock, and move to the large and spacious hall of Mr. E. Gillespie's. By order of the Lodges of Sacramento city. addison martin. r. h. McDonald, ' a. green wald...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

A DMINISTRATOR/S NOTICE. . •** All persons having claims against the estate of Lothrop P.' Stafford, deceased, are \ hereby notified to present the same to the un- ! designed for settlement within j ten "; months from the date of this notice. 1 4 ? - : ., *CA HENB.Y H. WELCH, Administrator. I Forksville, June 18, 1850. ;; . r j!9 3t* r "vLv. . '■ A. M. WTNN - \;°*\;- TIAS for sale 800 Lots in Vernon ; •*"*■ they will be sold in shares of 25 lots each. This is the finest chance for speculation ever offered in California ; 4£ feet water can be had the year round to Vernon, with a splendid road and fine grass along Feather, Bear and Yuba rivers, connecting the trade with all the towns above and all the northern mines. Call at Doric Row, on M street, between 2d and 3d, sacramento city. , jel7 tf TAXES. — - /FLAX Payers of SaGramento City '^g will hand in their list of property at an early day, and save money for themselves and much oblige J. W. WOODLAND, . City and Deputy County Assesso...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

:"'-i{ j -r r Slitter Hotel. ; . v vy^: Corner of ; First and X st., Sacramento City -^s^! undersigned would ; . 7 inform ■s vis i» the • public '; that he .is ' now ready to accommodate all who may favor ; him > with their patronage, upon reasonable terms. j ; ;. t orlando Mcknight. N. B.— TO RENT-McKnight's ; American Hotel on X st. , ,-; - my 9 3m ]„ : : . CITY HOTEL, J. l .>■•-• Front street, between I and J streets, SACRAMENTO CITY. J. S. FOWLER, PROPRIETOR. Breakfast, from 7 to 9 ; dinner, from 1 to '2 ; supper, fr6m'6&'tq 8 . o'clock. apB 3 m THE COLUMBIA HOTEL, Situated on Second street, between land J. J. C. PARKS, PROPRIETOR. Breakfast from 7 to 9; Dinner from 1 to 2; Supper from 6toB. . . • . je6 lm American River Hotel. By DAVID W. ALDRIC'H, mPHIS new and commodious house, with furniture new throughout, is now open for the reception of boarders. The house is situated at the mouth of the American river, upon the highest ground ; and in po...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

AMUSEMENTS. Tetiama Theatre. SECOND NIGHT OF THE SEASON. THIS EVENING, June 19th, Performance will commence with an Overture. To be followed by the BANDIT CHIEF, or Forest Spectre. Song - - -by - - Mr Fairchild To conclude with the popular farce of the PLEASANT NEIGHBOR. Tickets can be procured at the Box Office between 2 and 4 o'clock p. m. . It piLOT NOTICE.— The public and the commercial community in particular, are notified that in conformity with the recent laws of the state of California, the Board of Pilot Commissioners have duly appointed and licensed twelve Pilots for the outer bar and port of San Francisco, and twelve Pilots for the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers, in whom the utmost confidence may be placed. The members of the pilot boat Rialto, No. 1, are : G. Simpton, C. Richardson, R. Wagstaff, R. H. Leetche, C. J. Wright, L. Coxetter. The members of pilot boat Relief, No. 2, are : C. J. Campbell, J. Ludlow, E. B. Jenkins, J. Uric, M. M'Donald, R. Ling. Each boat car...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. NOTICE. J. B. Starr $ Co. will sell This Day, at 10 o'clock a. m,, in front of store, the Eight Mile Ranche and all its out-baildings. The sale was put off the other day on account ef some settlements to be made. Those wishing to invest will get all the information required at the time of sale. it J. B. STARR ft CO., Auction Sale at Marysville, By O. H. Peirson, Will be sold on Friday, June 21st, at 10 o'clock, a. m., a newly built house, 1 9x50 feet, neatly built and well arranged; together with the lot upon which it now stands erected — said lot being 20x80 feet, fronting on High street, 160 feet from First street, and second door south of the National House. House and lot to be sold positively, without reserve, to the highest bidder. Terms — half cash and half in sixty days. O. H. PEIRSON, Stock and Real Estate Auct'r. MaryfviHe, June 17, 1850. jelB NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! TUST received by the subscribers per ships Hannibal, Dan Webs...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. TOT 8, square between L and M, •*-" and 4th and sth streets. :_>; i'ooVt}?. Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and sth stt. Xt«.. 7, „ • i '«^*- l M and ;N, and and do. }"-■■ 8,-J.! rj ;":..<>< M and N, and 3d and 4th do. . " 6, _, . " ' N and O, and Ist and 2d do. : " .5,,.. -v.«; f >.-. N and O. and 3d atid 4th do. ; " 5 f >, • , " -«-. .-.-; Oar.di\ and 3d a*«f 4lh $9. • o !-'. 8, " r; " ' ,-, O and P, and 3d and 4th do. 0 lots Between II and I, and 2d- and 7 rh streets. ?p.i>.- ".' .-,' H and American Fork, and" Ist _ and 10th streets. " • '.".' ■ ? ~vj7*v"-: Lots 1,2, 3 and 4, square betw. I and Si and 6fk and 7th streets. .'. t ; „. v . • if.% i ,>"gs,i ■ Lot No. 2, M street, betw. 2d and 3d, (east half. " 3, L street, between 3d and 4th. ; *7 n£ ; ' ,", ,1, M street, corner, 10th. ,-, -„t „ •*■,::_ 4, M street, corner lltfr. :!i '" " * " 1, Q street, corner 2d.'u-:;...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

MISCELLANEOUS. Mr "Web-teh and Com. Stockton Mr. Webster sent a copy of his late speech to Com. Stockton. The latter gentlemen writes a letter of four or five columns in reply, going fully into the discussion of the whole slavery question. He takes strong ground against any action of Congress on the subject. He says that is the only mode by which the matter can be satisfactorily settled for all time. We give his own words : •'The measures, in short, which I would propose, are : " 1.-t. A declarative act in such form as may be deemed proper, that the Constitution gives no power to th-: General Government to act on the subject of domestic slavery, either with respect to its existence in the States, the Territories, or the District of Columbia. "2d. The most efficient act that can be framed to enforce the provisions of the Constitution in relation to fugitive slaves. "3d. Thac California, in consideration of the peculiar circumstances of her case, be admitted without the approval or di...

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ITEMS FROM THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

ITEMS FROM THE STATES. -i lt appears by a card, dated at Cambridge, on the 17th, that Mifs flamed W. Webster and her fair ily regret; the publicity of her answer to the letter of Dauiel Marsh, of Manchester. • c The overland emigration to California is already commencing. On the 10th inst. a party under command of j Capt. Cottrell left Little Rock, intend-! to go by Fort Washita and the Gila. A party under command of Capt. Reynolds was to leave Fort Smith on the" 15th. ; ;il £$* Mr. Walsh, in a recent letter from Paiis to the 'Intelligencer, says that rince the commencement ot the present year the ; American Consul i has given audience six days of the week, from uoon ti.l 4 o'clock, r. m , to ( a multitude of persons in quest of iii formation about California. '>[' C A return of the labor of twelve prisoners from Franklin county, Pa., and now confined ;in the - Eastern Penitentiary, shows a balance of . cost for their maintainance, against their labor, of $306. We learn f...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

NFAV LINE FOR SACRAMENTO CITY, MAR YSVILLE AND TRINITY MINES. f jHHE new, fast running and substantial steamer Major Tvmpkinis, Captain J. T. Morrill, will leave Clark's Point, San Francisco, lor Sacramento city on every Tuesday and Friday morning, at IU o'clock *. M. Weight and passengers taken at the lowest ratts. The Major Tompkins connects at Sacramento city with the steamers Yuha to Marysville, and J..ck Hays to the upper Sacramento and Trin.ty mines, so that irright and passengers can be sent through direct to any ot the upper towns, without any detention at sacramenio city. Goods f.»i shipment by this steamer received at all times ou board the stonship Tahmaroo free of charge; and orders left with the undersigned, agents, ill receive immediate attention. LOCKE £ MORRISON, llowison's Pier, fo-.t of sacramer.to st, OGDEN 4- lIAYNKS, Clay s'reet wharf, san Pram isco. At Sacramento, to captain on boaid. jl2tf |\ISSOLUTION— copartner- ■"-* ship heretofore existing between the subs...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

For San Francisco. JUNE ARRANGEMENT. STEAMER SENATOR, Capt. J. VAN PELT ■jj \f, ~ .? : This well known i/y^w Vx\/]JlJ\ssi\nS^ l»*ave her usual berth. ** Bl &B*&&Saimßr±ii!&^&' and Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock precisely. For further particulars apilv on Ivartl. -■■ -..■■■.■■.: j<j 24t Steamer Gold Hunter. This steamer, under command of Capt. C. J. Brenham, will leave Sacramento City for Sab Francisco, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at '2 o'clock, p. m.. from bark Dunon, foot of M street. Returning, will leave San Fraucis.o ondays, . WediieaJays and Friday*, at 4 o'clock, p. m T. HUTrFI JNSON- & CO.. Agents, prrnp-Pi'l" C" . .!■ ■■ • 4i|,. ■l- # . c C I.—jeo1 .— jeo it" REMOVAL. eaaaaa HAWLEY & cos EXOFFICE is removed ~ 'lo the three story new build ng, firM below L,. between L and M, street*, on Front * . They have just received their large Adams' fire proof safe, with Jones' anti-gunp...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

BILLS OF EXCHANGE— Having perfect arrangements, the undersigned are prepared to furnish Bills of Exchange on-all parts of the United States and Europe, in sums to suit, and at the lowest rates. Henley, Mcknight & CO., tpv3U if B inkers. Front st., near X .BARK ELIZA. 1 /i LL persons having storage on board the above vessel, are hereby in- l formed she will rciinin at her "old berth," foil if X st>eet, as a steamboat landing; and ■ all articles left will ba kept two years from 8 this date, ject to the order of the owners, after which time they will be sold to pay charges. jcltf WATER* ft im.T.. ' PUBLIC NOTICE. I A LL persons having business with , x *- me will address my sole agent, Gen. A. l M. WINN, who will communicate to me ' such information as may be necessary. He ' is authorized to settle with all my former laments. J. A SUTTKR. ! Sacramrn'o City, June 14, 1850. [tf. ' "" SAN CISCO. fffgg^ BOOTS AND SHOES, r-ja l^^** HATS AND CAPS. J s^ KELSEY, SMlTtl &...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 19 June 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. Haven & Livingston, SAN FRANCISCO, in connection with LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO., New York will receive, forward and insure Gold Dust to the United States, Europe, &c. Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on New fork, Boston and Philadelphia. Packages and parcels taken until the laest hour. Consignees' letters taken free HAVEN & LIVINGSTON, Montgomery street, ncai California, oppoii le the new Custom House, Sdn Francisco. apl-3m ADAMS & COS EXPRESSES, for New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltinore, Washington, D. C, and all the principal towns in the United States. ("old dust bought; also forwarded an I in* rared to any of the above places, and bills of ?xchange given in any sums to suit purOur drafts in favor of parties residing in / New Bcd!« ; rd and the vicinity, are : paid at the Merchants' Bank, New Bedford. ' ;• Gold dust and articles of vJue received on deposit lor safe keeping. i .'."'/■ Office Montgomery s...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 20, 1850. NUMBER 48.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850

The Army on the Pacific. — It appears the officers of the Army in Oregon have memorialized Congress on the subject of an increase of pay. — The New York Herald thus humorously alludes to this movement : The Army in Oregon. — The officers of the United States Army, stationed in Oregon, have memorialized for an increase of pay. They ground the application upon the fact that the value of money is much less in that region than on the Atlantic «oast, and very curiously give the prices current to prove the anomalous condition of trade. A carpenter gets ten dollars a day, a common laborer four dollars, and washing is set down at three dollars a dozen. Butter is a dollar or more per pound, and onions five dollars per bushel. White sugar is hard at forty cents, and common brown will only dissolve at twenty-three. — " The cheese " cannot be had for less than three-fourths of a dollar, and President Taylor's style of eggs — we wish he could hatch out that cabinet — are seventy-five cents per d...

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NEW SUBJECT IN THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850

NEW SUBJECT IN THE SENATE. Washington, April 24. We had quite an agreeable change of programme in the Senate to-day, from the hackneyed and seedy negro question. Mr. Webster very gravely call the attention of the Finance Committee to the necessity of diminishing the amount of bullion accumulating in the U. S. Mint, from its incapacity to work it up into coin, and throw it into the general circulation of the country. The evils of this incapacity in the Mint were two : 1. From the delay in the coining of the gold dust delivered at the mint, large amounts of the dust from California are in process of being shipped from Chagres direct to England, where, within twenty-four hours from the arrival at Liverpool, a draft for any amount may be had upon the Bank of England. The cost of shipment, &c, to England, is about one per cent.; but this is less than the loss of interest which would follow from the delay of waiting for the dust to be coined at our mints. 2. From the best info...

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