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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
R. A. PEARIS. , _ A. W. BROCKWAY. pEARIS &amp; BROCKWAY, Gro- •*• cers and dealers in all kinds of provi- | sions and miners' supplies, No. 123 J j street, beL _ Iweeri Fourth and Fifth. , . hhM At their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also nPue found a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines V and f Paints. ;,! Particular attention paid to physi--1 cian's prescriptions. I 100 choice . TOWN LOTS FOR SALE En- 1 I quire as above. a 27 3m George I&gt;. JVaegle,BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, ■■■ SACRAMENTO CITY, O="Is prepared to contract for all kinds of work in masonry. Having a good stock of bricks on hand, he is ready to erect fire proof buildings, build ovens, put up chimneys, set grates, or do \ anything in his line with which he may be favored. Residence, corner 11th and F. m293m ~ Barton £&lt;cc, H (Formerly Priest, Lee &amp; Co.) REAL ESTATE AND BANKING OFFICE, On the east side of Second St., between I and J. WHOLESALE DEALER IN T? LUMBER AND HOUSES.— A...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
Warbass &amp; Co., Successors to T. J. Henley §• Co. and Field &amp;• Co., BANKERS, Exchange Brokers and Real Estate Agents, Corner of Second and J sts., Sacramento City. |^XCHANGE for sale on N. York, - - &lt; * Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. Gold dust bought. Drafts and bills collected. Real Estate bought, sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United States. Miners, wishing to remit to the United States, by sending the amount to W. &amp; Co., with the ad dress of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rely on drafts being forwarded by first opportunity. To protect against loss by fire, W. t. Co. have purchased the large double safe formerly used by the Phoenix Bank of New York, and believe it to be the largest and most secure of any in California. THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM S. HEYL, JOHN P. MORSE. References in Sacramento City — Hartlin Bigelow, Esq.; S. Brannan &amp; Co.; B...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
BENJ. F. WASHINGTON, NOTARY PUBLIC. TTAVING received his appointment -■• from Gov. Burnett, under the act of the Assembly, creating and defining the duties of Notaries Public, will give prompt attention to all business committed to his charge ; such as protesting notes, taking acknowledgements of Deeds, &amp;c, &amp;c. OFFICE — Up stairs, in the new building of Forshee, Booth &amp; Co., on J street- between Third and Fourth. Sacramento city, May 11, 1850. tf Medical Partnership, fjOCTORS T. J. WHITE and C. -^ D. CLEVELAND have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, and have established an extensive Hospital, that will accommodate one hundred patients, on the corner of Ninth and L streets; where one of the parties can always be found, and the other at the counting room of Paul, White &amp; Co. Dr. White's personal attention will, at. all times, be devoted to such cases as may be entrusted to his care. apl2-3m C. B. G...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
The .Mercantile Library Association. — The gentlemen favorable to this new and important move in our city, met last night at the Council chamber, on Fourth street. — The meeting was larger than we anticipated it would be, and was conducted with a commendable degree of spirit. Eloquent remarks on the various measures proposed, were made by Col. Zabriskie, Alderman Queen, Justice Sackett, J. W. Winans, Esq., Dr. Morse, Hon. JWr. Henley, Mr. Warren and several others. Dr. White presided, and C. C. -Sackett was appointed secretary. After the object of the call was explained to the meeting, viz : the organization of a " Mercantile Library Association," on motion a committee of five were appointed to present to the meeting matter for their consideration. The chair appointed on the committee, C. C. Sackett, Esq., A. B. Paul, S. W. Gregg, Colonel Baker and James Queen Esq. The committee retired a short time and reported a constitution. On motion the draft of the constitution was referred to...
Trip to the Upper Sacramento. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
Trip to the Upper Sacramento. Sacramento City, Jrune 19th, 1850. To the Editors of the Transcript : Gents : — Aa it is well known that I left Sacramento City on the 12th inst. with the steamer Linda for the Red Bluffs, upper Sacramento river ; and as very many are deeply interested,, it becomes me to make a full and fair statement of my observations and opinions in reference to the navigation of this river. From what I had learned, I expected to meet with great and almost insurmountable obstacles, and accordingly prepared myself and boat for a severe siege. But, in all truth, I must say that I was most agreeably disappointed in the river. The beauty of both river and country increased very much as we ascended. I found no rapids or bars with less than four feet water,w ater, over which I had no difficulty whatever in passing with steam only. As to snags, there are some that ought to be removed. I had but little difficulty, however, with them, as I generally found a sufficiently wide ...
From San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
From San Francisco. [Items from the Alta California.] Supposed Loss of the Hector. — For some considerable length of time, the most serious apprehensions have been felt for the safety of the American barque Hector, Capt. Kemp. It will be remembered that she sailed from this port for the Humboldt Bay, on the Bth of last month, having on board somewhere near fifty passengers. Many vessels have left here since and safely arrived at Humboldt and Trinidad, and many have left those ports and arrived here in safety, but they have never seen or heard of her. The character of the coast is such, and the winds have prevailed from such a quarter, that it is feared she has either gone ashore or foundered. It is possible that she may have been blown off or blown down the coast, but so many vessels have arrived from below that we can hardly indulge in such a hope. We understand that her owners are fearful that she has been lost, with all on board. We sincerely trust that this is not the case, and ...
MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
MARINE NEWS. (Single _________ ) Port of San Francisco. (Single ___________ ) ARRIVED, June 17th -- Ship Manchester, Coleman, from N York; bark Eureka, M Quin, frn Cleaveland; ship Hermann, Welsh, fm Phila; ship Hibernia, from New Bedford; ship Wataga, fm Phila; ship Francis Depan, fm N York.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
op=" At a large and respectable meeting of the citizens of Sacramento City, held on Monday evening, the 17th instant, Joseph Grant in the i chair, and D. C. Powers, secretary; on motion, a I committee of three, consisting of E. D. Johnson, 'Dr. Dow. and John Hays, were appointed to draw up resolutions and submit them to the meeting for consideration. M. A. Milligan was called to the stand and addressed the meeting on the object for which it was convened; after which the committee reported the following preamble aud resolutions : Whereas, an attempt has been made to obtain the passage of an act concerning misdemeanors by the common council of Sacramento city; and whereas, they have already taken the incipient steps towards the passage of said act ; therefore, Resolved, That we view with regret the action taken by the Mayor in this matter, and hope that other than motives of personal interest and aggrandizement actuated him in the course he has pursued. Resolved, That the passage of s...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
WINTER'S HOTEL, Main street, Columa, El Dorado co. Winters &amp; Crummey, Proprietors. THIS long established and commodious Hotel has been thoroughly repaired and refitted this season, and will now furnish accommodations of the first order. The chambers are large and airy, as well as pleasantly situated. The table will be supplied with everything the market affords, and the bar with the choicest wines and liquors. Strangers and Invalids will find the village of Columa, in the heart of the gold region, one of the most pleasant and healthful localities in the state, and Winter's Hotel the very place to rest from their toils and welcome returning health. Columa, June 18, 1850. je2o-tf FOR SALE — One of the most valuable business locations in J street is now offered for sale, four doors above Fifth street, south side. This will be about the centre of business operations in this city in two months' time. Enquire of WM. W. BENNET, je20 3t On the premises. SHERIFF'S SALE— By virtue...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
FOR RENT, THE Rooms at present occupied by the Sacramento Transcript. Possion given immediately. Apply at this office. DR. IMLA KEEP, (Formeily of Mississippi and Louisiana,) OFFERS his professional services to the citizens of Sacramento City and vicinity. His office will be found in Merritt's Frame Building, adjoining Warbass &amp; Co.'s Exchange Office, on 2nd street, near J. MEDICINE AND SURGERY. B. B. BROWN, Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Dental Surgery late of St. Louis, Mo., offers his professional services to the citizens of Sacramento City and vicinity. Office on J street, opposite the Zinc Building, and next door to the City market. HAWORTH &amp; GERRY, Corner Fourth and J sts., Sacramento City, Tin Plate, Copper and Sheet Iron Workers ; also keep constantly on hand and Manufacture to order tin and copper ware of every description. Miners and others wish ing articles in our line will do well to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Agents for P. Na...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
#* AMUSEMENTS. : - Tehama Theatre. ,xf^ HIS ( Th r sday) EVENING, June 20ui, : . Will be represented the excellent melo-drama of ' , THE MISER and the SEVEN VICTIMS. The Miser, '-.-;'- Mr At water • \ Christine, ... Mrs Kirby *. Song -. ; -by - - Mr Fairchild 1 o conclude with the beautiful farce of the ] SWISS COTTAGE, or Why Don't She Marry? Natz Teik : . - t . - •.':;. :'- i Mr Fairchild Leisette Geierstein, - .Mrs Kirby ■Howe's Olympic Circus, At the New Pacific Theatre, on M street. ■ NO POSTPONEMENT. s . ' Extraordinary and Combined Attrac- i tion ! — Re-appearance of Senora Fanny Manten, Senor Rossi and Senor Celeco. : THIS EVENING, June 20th. . The entertainment will commence with performances on the Corde Elastic, by Senbr and Senora Levaro; Master Rafael in an act of horsemanship; Senor Rossi will perform- several of his astonishing tricks in the magic art. The whole to conclude with the beautiful ballet and pantomime entitled the Triumph of Love. • Price of Admission — Dr...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
AUCTION SALES. NOTICE Will be sold, at public auction ,, on Friday, June 21st, 1850; at 1 0 o'clock a. m., on the premises, (which is near the American Fork, about 40 rods south of the saw mills,) fifty Trunks and Chests, with their contents, to pay storage. [2t] MARTIN &amp; BAYLEY. LARGE AUCTION SALE. ON THURSDAY, June 20th, at the store of Wetzler, Sutter &amp; Co., on J street, between 3d and 4th sts, their entire stock of goods, comprising a valuable assortment, all to be sold without reserve to close the concern. By SUYDAM &amp; GALLOWAY, Auctioneers. A. M. WINN HAS 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 ; 4-1/2 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 ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr &amp; Co. This Day, June 20th, 1850, we will sell a general assortment of goods, just arrived from the steamers and other vessels. " ,J. STARR &amp; CO., Auc'rs. AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. We will offer for sale on Monday, June 1, 1850, in front of store, the property known as the Tayloe Co. This property is situated in a very pretty location, and on the highest ground in the city, which is the third lot from 2d street, on L street, north side. The lot is 20x160, and the building is 20 x 25 , 2-1/2 stories high, with a warehouse in the rear of 25 feet deep, making a lower story of 50 feet The attention of the public is particularly requested to the above sale of property, for the titles are perfectly good, and the terms are one-third cash, one-third in sixty days, and one-third in ninety days. J. B. STARR &amp; CO., Auc'rs. Auction Sale at Marysville, By O. H. Peirson, Will be sold on Friday, June 21st, at 10 o'clock, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
real estate for sale. "^orTsale! T OT 8, squaie between r L and M, •^^ and 4th and sth . streets. ;. . , f, ; . Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and sth Vti. v7 r : « :. M and" N, and 4th and sth do. i" 8 T " M and N, aud 3d and 4th do. " 6, ■•; « and O, and Ist and 2d do. " 5, : " N and O r and 3d and 4th do. " 5 r . « ar.d P. ; atul 3d 4th do. . " 8 &gt; ■ " ' O and P, and 3d and 4th do. a lots between H and I, and 2d- and;7tb streets. 50 " . H and American Fork, and Ist and 10th street/;. :' . ? ...:, Lots l r 2, 3 and &lt;£ square beav. I and J, and 6th and 7th streets. Lot No. 2, M street, betw. 2d and 3d, (east half. " 3, L street, between 3d and 4th- " 1, M street, corner 10th. " 4, M street, corner llth. ; 'M.^ -: i'l " l r Q street, corner 2d.:. - . r-^;.'* )r VN 50 ten acre tracts on the American. Fort east of 4th street. . , . .: : -'it V 100 lots between II and American Fork- east of 10th street. ■■/ Lot 20 by 75 on the alley between! Ist and r2...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
MISCELLANEOUS. America will ere long become independent of all the world for every article required by the wants of man. A few evenings since, Mr. Jones, of the Exchange Eating Rooms, 77 Dock street, showed us some of as fine, sparkling champagne as we would wish to taste, which was professedly the production of American grape, raised near Cincinnati, Ohio; and we see it stated that excellent claret is now manufactured in Texas from the Mustang grape, the spontaneous production of which exceeds all belief. Thousands of hogsheads of wine, nowise inferier to French claret, it is said, could be manufactured every year from this hardy native grape. Accounts from Bahia (Brazil) to the 10th April, announce that the yellow fever had been raging terribly at Bahia — sweeping off seamen belonging to versels in port, and great numbers of the slaves. A government report makes the total mortality |in the province 8,000. A large fire occurred at Savannah, on the 25th April, and consumed a block o...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 June 1850
TW"OTICE. — Gentlemen wishing to ■1 ; : r acquire the Spanish Language can receive all instructions from the undersigned, who has a ' thorough knowledge of the languoge, and ■is prepared to f receive pupils '; in classes or privately, according to their wishes, and guarantees giving satisfaction. ',4 : Lawyers and others requiring translations ; of deeds, &lt;$"C.,will be promptly served by ap--jDlvlng.to the undersigned at his office; at 1 Messrs. Prettyman, Barroll * Co's, on X st above 2d. [jl9.lm] B. R. CARMAN, M. D.