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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. JOSEPH It. BEAED. JB. STARR &amp; CO., Auctioneers" and Comrnis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. ml!) CILARK &amp; MILNE, Auction and Commission / Merchants, Front st, between X and L. inl9 J)RETTYMAN &amp; BAR ROLL, Wholesale AucJL tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between J and X streets. in 19 2m Bankers. RHODES. STURGES &amp; CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between J and K. ml!) HENSLEY &amp; MERRILL, Bankers and Exehangc Brokers, 47 Second street, between J and K. inl9 BEACH, WELLS &amp; CO., Bankers, J street, near ' Second. in 19 lm BF. HASTINGS &amp; CO., Bankers and Commis- • sion Merchants, No. 51 J street. ml 9 lw HINKS &amp; MACE, Exchange Brokers, J street, next door above Crescent City Hotel. m 23 lm* ARTHUR W. FOOTE, Exchange Bank, 2d street, between J and K. . m 23 lm Bakers. WINKLE'S BAKERY, X stre...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
BUSINESS CARDS. Hardware Merchants. ASHLEY &amp; CO., Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron, Tin Ware, Sic., X street, 4 doors above Second street. .- liil9 RA. KNOX &amp; CO., Wholesale Dealers in • Stoves, Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J. street near 7th street. ml 9 lm FOLGER &amp; CLIFT, Builders' Hardware, Stoves, heavy Machinery, XC.,222 J street, between 7th and Bth sts. * ml 9 lm LORD, THOMPSON &amp; CO., Wholesale Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron, and Tin ware, J street, between 4th and sth, north side. ml 9 lm JG. ANDERSON &amp; CO., Dealers in Stove.-. . Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 3d and 4th. in"l 9 lw CW. STILES &amp; CO., Tinners, X street, be- . tweeu Front and 2d streets. m 24 lm /CARPENTER &amp; BLANCIIARD, Wholesale \J and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Paints, Oils, I and Window Glass J street, between 3d and 4th. i Miles P&gt;. Carpenter. Jacob B. Blanciiard. aps lm* CW. STILES &amp; CO., Dealers...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. *^v__3_* FREEMAN &amp;COS EXPRESS, A%4si.hA CONNECTING WITH ADAMS f^j^Jfe^L &amp; CO. to New Orleans, New York, '— E===3^^^ E£ Boston, and all the principal cities and towns in the Atlantic States. Gold Dust forwarded and insured against all risks. Freeman &amp; Co. alone are authorised to draw Bills OF Exchange in Sacramento city on Adams &amp; Co., who have offices in every State in the Union. They transmit Treasure. Letters, Packages, &amp;c, daily, between San Francisco, Sacramento and Marysvillc, by the steamers Senator, NeW World and Gov. Dana, having safes in their Express rooms on board, which are accompanied by faithful and experienced messengers. The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sacramento city on the 1-lth and last day of every month. ■&gt; ■ Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. Offices : Sacramento — Second, between J and K. San Francisco — At Adams &amp; Cos. Marysvillo Maiden Lane, ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. STORE. TTIORREST &amp; BORDEN offer for sale at their JL establishment, on Second, near J streets Paper. Plain and white ruled letter; Plain and blue ruled do; Packet and commercial post; Tissue, blotting and wrapping. Account Beoks. Half bound journals, ledgers, records, ca^h and in- i voice books; Full bound do do do do do; Russia bound do do do do do; Quartos, memorandums, paper and leather covers. Views. Coloma, embracing site of the first discovery ot Streets and full views of San Francisco; [gold; View of Sacramento; Disappointed Lumber Merchant: The Grand Masquerade, &amp;c., &amp;c. Miscellaneous Works. Colton'a Three Years in California; Shakspcarc's works, in different bindings; Byron s do; Moore's do; Chambers' Encyclopedia of English Literature; Daguerreotype of Foreign Miscellany; Ilowitt'a Journal; Bulwer's works in splendid binding; Walker's Dictionary. .Spanish Books. Ollendorff'a Grammar and Key; The Spanish Teacher; Spanish C...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. JLITERATX'RE I LITERATURE 1 1 JUST received at the "True Delta" Depot— - *J Harper's, Godey's, Graham's, lutcrnational ami Blackirood'ji Magazines. Henry Smca4oh — Janes last. Black Tulip — Dumas' last. Ladder of Gold— Robt. Bell's last. David Copperfield — Boz's last. The Convict— Ned Bunt line's last. Mother's Recompense, Josephine, &amp;c. &amp;o. OlendoriT's Spanish Grammar and Key. Express Riders and Retail Venders supplied at wholesale prices. JOSEPH GRANT, mli) Tehama Block, corner Front and J sts. . : — , Reformed Practice of Medicine. DR. JUSTIN GATES, * (Of the Botanico- Medico College, Cincinnati, Ohio,) HAS made a permanent location in Sacramentocity, on Iv street, between 3d and 4th streets, where he will give his exclusive attention to ihu Scientific Botanic System of Medical Practice. Dr. G. assures the public that, from his past oxperience in California, he has been able to treat with success the various forma of bilious disease* so pr...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
We are now prepared to accommodate the Public with every variety of Job Printixb, having an excellent supply of Job Type and Fancy Borders. Having procured a fine assortment of Doublo Enamelled Cards, we are also prepared to print Cards in a very superior style, and at the most reasonable prices. Jon Work done in colors, when desired. Blanks of every description printed on the shortCBt notice, and in the neatest style. it-7tF*Di:. Wm. Edwin Collies is our authorised Agent at San Francisco. #3" Dr. S. T. Watts baa kindly consented to become our agent at M;iiy.-vil!e. Our friends in that quarter will have prompt attention paid to their orders by leaving them at his office, corner of Front and D streets. ts3- Mkssrs. Cobnkss, Reed &amp; Co.; a: coir agents at Georgetown. Anything entrusted to their care will be promptly attended to. DfS~ J. M. Shei'liekd is our authorised agent at Fremont. £W Messrs. Hoffman &amp; Little, are our authorFed agents at Nevada City and Houg...
Why We Have Xot The Proper mv<l!liis* In our City. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
Why We Have Xot The Proper mv&lt;l!liis* In our City. In continuation of our yesterday's article. let us see on what terms dwellings can be erected, and what loss is incurred at the present rate of interest by investing money in that way. A dwelling-house 20x36 or 40 iwt. two stories high, and a small kitchen, can lie built ot wood for from two to four thousand dollars, according to the finish. Scarcely can a comfortable house of the kind be put up short of three thousand or thirty-five hundred dollars, and the lot on which to erect one will cost from two to eight hundred dollars. These estimates are given us by builders, and are consequently reliable. Well, whilst such expense attends the erection of houses which are most imperatively needed at the present time— an expense but a little more than is incurred by putting up the same building in New York City— what, let us ask. is the inducement for men to engage in the enterprise '. If the entire cost of the dwelling were thir...
Wills Mass Meeting nt the Orleans House. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
Wills Mass Meeting nt the Orleans House. April 22d,- 1851. Mr. C. J. Hutchinson was unanimously chosen ':■ Chairman, and R. H. Stanley, appointed Secretary. Mayor Smith then addressed the meeting, and proposed the following resolution, which was adopted : Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed by the chair to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the Convention, and propose the names of delegates to the State Convention. i The following committee were then appointed by the chair: » Hon. Mayor Smith, Cary Peebels, Esq.. Col. E. J. C. Kewen, Wm. C. Wallace. Esq.: N. J. Watson, Esq. The following report was then submitted to the meeting and adopted : Whereas, a Convention of the Whig party has been summoned to meet at the city of j San Francisco, on the 4th Monday in May next, for the purpose of nominating State officers. And Whereas, the Whigs of the City and County of Sacramento, heartily approve I and sanction the propriety of such a convention. It is therefore Resol...
THE ROSE. For the Daily Union. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
THE ROSE. For the Daily Union. The spirit of the flowers one day, Beneath a rose-tree sleeping lay: The messenger, to whom 'tis given \.-V "-.^ To bathe young buds in dews of heaven, Awaking from her light repose, The spirit whispered to the rose : " Oh ! dearest object of my care ; Oh ! fairest thou where all are fair ; For the sweet shade thou giv'st to me. Ask what thou wilt, 'tis granted thce." "Then," said the Rose, with deepen'd-glow, " On me, one other grace bestow." The angel paused in silent thought, What grace is there that flower had not 1 Then in a moment, o'er the Rose A mossy veil the spirit throws. Thus robed, no flower so sweet, so fair, For angel hands adorned it there. CYRIL.
Panama and Vicinity—lnteresting Intellgencc. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
Panama and Vicinity—lnteresting Intellgencc. The Panama Star of the 25th of March, Among the passengers who have arrived in our city since our last issue, we notice the delegate to Congress from Oregon; Mr. Holmes member of Congress from South Carolina, on his way to San Francisco, where he intends locating himself to pursue his profession, the law. Mr. J. B. Preston, Surveyor General for Oregon; Mr. James Collier, Ex-Collector of San Francisco, on his way to New York: and last, though by no means least, Mr. Samuel W. Comstock, Vice President of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, who has been as far as San Francisco, on a tour of inspection of the interests of the company which he represents. Hon. Thos. Nelson. Chief Justice, and J. B. Preston, Surveyor General and family, are passengers in the California for Oregon. For the past few days, says the Star, the city has been thronged with passengers going to and returning from California. At the least calculation more than a thousand ...
BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT TUrougli Freeman «&amp; Co.'s ExpriM. The Senator arrived at her landing this morning at 1 o'clock, bringing us the San Francisco papers, from which we extract the following items: William IF. Clark has been nominated by the Whigs of San Francisco for the office of County Judge. At the request (says the Alta) of Mr. Berry, the Comptroller, the Cpmmon Council has appointed a board or committee to investigate and examine the books of his department. Important Arrest. —Officer McDonald and Eadie, says the News, arrested the notorious William Watkins, who escaped from the station house of the 2d district, about two weeks since. Watkins was committed for his participation in the burglary of Col. Stevenson's premises. He made considerable resistance before he was captured. Two shots were fired at the officers, but fortunately did not take effect. Awful Hoax. —From the Picayune, we learn that the supposed squatter riot, that we gave account of in yesterday's ...
Rotation in Cilice. Fur tlic L'ailv Union Rotation in Cilice. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
Rotation in Cilice. Fur tlic L'ailv Union Rotation in Cilice. Mr. Editor : Some days back, I noticed in your valuable paper several suggestions about the expediency of a citizens" ticket, signed '-One of the People," and a strictly party ticket advocated by " One of the Old Guard.' 1 Well, neither agreed. But. as they could not do so, I would suggest the policy of selecting from either or both parties, new men, wholly unconnected with the present city administration : such as would not have to shoulder the objectionable doings of their illustrious predecessors. In that way. the citizen voters would remedy two evils, (i. c.) the evil of continuing any one too long in office, and the evil of the incumbent charging all blunders and dereliction on some one who proceeded him. The offices belong not to one man. nor set of men. So the citizens ought to look to it: and all good and competent men who desire it. should have a chance to show how they would discbarge their respective duties. &a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
Whig Ward Meetings. At a regular meeting of the Whig Central Committee, on Friday evening, 18th inst., it was Resolved, That the Whigs of the city meet at the headquarters in their respective wards on Wednesday evening, 23d inst., for the purpose of selecting ten delegates from each ward ; and that the seid delegates meet in convention i n their own wards on Saturday evening 26th inst.. to nominate three candidates in each ward for the Common Council. First Ward — From Front stroot. including the west side ef Third street — Headquarters, Orleans House. Second Ward — From Third street, east side, to and including the west side of Sixth it, Headquarters. Court House. Third Ward— Vvom Sixth street, east side, t&lt;*«nd including Thirty-first street— Headquarters. United States Hotel. By order of Whig Central Committee. E. J. C. KEWEN, Chairman. A. C. Moxsotf, Vice Ch'n. James Queen, ) c J. A. Cogswell, J Secretaries. ap2l
COMMERCIAL RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
COMMERCIAL RECORD. Reported for the Daily I 'num. Sacramento Market, 1 TOBSDAT, April 22. 5 The dajfchas been very pleasant and favorable for business, but sales have been light both at wholesale and retail. The following quotations from sales to-day show the state of the market with regard to prices. There is ■ superabundance of goods and provisions of all kinds on hand, and there is little prospeel of the rise of prices, as shipments continue the supply equal to the demand. Hams sold at 1 l|c per Hi: pork, £K&gt;^ bbl; sugar, brown, Sjc; crushed, Vl-; coffee 14alGc;^lried apples, 9allc; barley, 6| to 6|c; English oats, 7c; chili flour, sj, in K&gt;o IU sacks, 5J in qr sacks; Australian flour. 4i to sc: potatoes, S. 1., 7J to 8c; Ilobart town, 8 to Si; Oregon, S to Si: San Jose, 9 to lOi.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. POUT OF SAN I'll \\&lt; JSCO. Arrived, April 20 — Steamship Constitution, Lieut Blunt. 7 days from San Diego, via San Pedro, Santa Barbara and Monterey: 62 passengers. „..,,, Steamship Com Stockton, 1&lt;(» days from Philadelpbia, via Rio Janeiro. Valparaiso, l'aita and.Mazatlan. ()7 passengers: to II I lm- _ Ship Janthe. Johnson, 280 days from New \ork, via St Catherines and Panama, 64 days; coal, lumber, &amp;c, to M C Sandford. Barque Waldemar, (Danish) Schmidt b, days fin Newcastle, N S Wj assorted cargo to J Benrens, 5 '''lT'infue^Lueia Field, Bisbee, 150 days fa Boston; Brijfcolnmbns, Perdval, 2f\ .lays from Honolulu; sugar to X M Stevenson; 111 passengers. Brie Acis. (Br) Le Sauteur,93 days fm Adelaide, South Australia; assorted cargo to G Deslaudcs; 1 ''''Hri'^Sarah McFarlane, Tatot, 26 days fm Guaymas: five stock to Beayquar &amp; co; 20 passengers Schr Adventure, (Br) Baker, 2t&gt; ds fm Honolulu, g |- produoe to...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
GENERAL NOTICES. Independent Meeting, At OrleauM Pmw, THIS (WEDKBSDAT) EVi:\ING, AT EIGHT o'cOCK, To nominate such men for office as will promote the best interests of the city. COME ONE! COME ALL!! ap23 It MAY BALL. Sacrr.monto Engine Co., Wo. 3. jfcyThe gentlemen appoint.-d as Managers of the May Ball, are respectfully invited to attend a meeting to be held This (Wednesday) evening, at eight o'clock, at the ( hrleans 1 1 By order of the committee : ap'2:» JX&lt; &gt;. &lt; '- BAB 11 , Chairman pro tern. jasr-Vot u-v. — Pursuant to adjournment, there wil be it nleeting of the Democratic Party at the Court House, on Wednesday, the SM inst.. at 7 o'clock p.m. [a 22] EL P. JACOBS, Chairman. : Mutual Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1. — The members of the company are requested to attend a special meeting This (Wednesday) Ey at 7J o'clock, at the Orleans House, on buain importance Punctual attendance requested. JOHN' 11. SCRANTON. President. llknkv G. Lanolet, Secretary...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 April 1851
AMUSEMENTS. TEH AM A THEATRE. Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J.H. Kirky. .Managers. Stage Director. ..Mr T S Campbell — : " -i'lh; Second appearance of the well kno^va Tragedian MR. NESBIT SIcCROV, Who will appear as "William Tell. THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, April 23d, Will be acted Sheridan Knowles' play of . WILLIAM TELL. William Tell Mr McCrok Emma Mrs Mansfield £ To conclude with the musical farce of The King* Gardener; - OR, NIPPED IN THE BUD. Prices — Private boxes and dress circle —$3 00 Boxes 2 00 Pit 1 00 K3~ Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7 precisely. MAY BALL, TO BE GIVEN BT SACRAMENTO KNGIXE COMPANY, Xo. 3, AT THE ORLEANS HOUSE, On Thursday Evening, May Ist, 1851. COMMITTEE. Joseph R Beard, Charles B Hazeltinc, Freeman McGilvery, Richard N Berry, R O Selfridge, Thos. llasam, John C. Barr. MANAOERS. Albert Priest, M L Cavert, R I) Merrill, Jno II Scranton, •I A Read, Carv Peebles, DO Mills, Jno T Bailey, Frederick Ogden, E .1 C Kewen, Joseph A Haines, ...