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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. LITEKATURK I LITERATI RE ! ! TI'ST received at the "Tki k Dkt.ta" Db*OI — Harper's, ( todey*s, Graham's, International ani Blaekwood'a Magazines. Henry Smeatoh — James' last. Black Tulip — Dumas' last. Ladder of Gold — Kobt. 15ell\j last. David Copperfield — BoYs last. The Convict— Xed Bantline'a last. Mother'a Recompense, Josephine, &c. &.c. Olendorff's Spanish Grammar and Key. Express Riders and JJetail Venders supplied at I wholesale prices. JOSEPH GRANT, ml!) Tehama Block, corner Front and J sts. .Reformed Practice of Medicine. DR. JUSTIN GATES, {Of the Botanico-Medieo College, Cincinnati, Ohio,) HAS made a permanent location in Sneraruont<» city, on X street, between 3d and 4th strceti, where he will give his exclusive attention to tho Scientific Botanic System of Medical Practice. Dr. G. assures the public that, from his past experience in California, he has been able to treat with success the various forms of bilious disease*...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

We arc now prepared to accommodate the Public with every variety of Job Pai.vri.XG, having an excellent supply of Job Type and Fancy Borders. Having procured a line assortment of Double Enamelled Cards, we are also prepared to print Cards in a very superior style, and at the moat reasonable prices. Job Work done in color*, when desired. Blanks of every description printed on the shortest notice, and in the neatest style. jK»-Dr. W.ii. Edwin Collier is our authorised Agent at San Francisco. j[£3~Du. S. T. Watts has kindly consented to become our agent at Marysville. Our friends in that quarter will have prompt attention paid to theic orders by leaving them at his office, corner of Front and D streets. ttir Mkssbs. Coenkss, Reed & Co., arc our agents at Georgetown. Anything entrusted to their care will be promptly attended to. &3~ J. M. SnETUEBD is our authored agent at Fremont. SIS" Messrs. Hoffman & Little, are our authorBed agents at Nevada City ...

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Wedding Party at Dajloi-'s Rancli. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

Wedding Party at Dajloi-'s Rancli. We do not remember to have ever attended a party more delightfully pleasant than this. Nearly all the ladies of our city, with a corresponding proportion of gentlemen, started out yesterday afternoon, and arrived at the Ranch, the most of them, before sun down. Gaiety and enjoyment seemed to be the ruling feeling of every attendant. We know not why it was, but some how or other, there was the most perfect throwing off of the c•■ 1 and chilling formalities common to such parties that we ever observed. It appeared as if by mutual consent, a regular old cozy, fire-side, home feeling seized every mind, and controlled the actions of the mass throughout their festive enjoyments. Messrs. Kneeland, Waddilove & Howell, the j present energetic and popular proprietors of j the Ranch, seemed really determined that nothing should be left undone upon their part which could contribute to the entertainment of their guests. Thoy had the general train of...

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Municipal. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

Municipal. Wednesday Evening, April 23. An adjourned meeting. The President presiding. Minutes of the last meeting read and adopted. The bill of B. Lee. for lumbar for constructing a bridge across Sutter Lake, amounting to $1,700. Referred to committee. The bill of Stewart O. Knox for lumber, &C, amounting to $105,00. Referred to Financial committe. The bill of J. M. Mackenzie for repairs to Council room, amounting to $15jOO, and the bill of Morrison lS: Thiiyer, for rent of cellar in Merrit's brick building, amounting tos2<>it. Referred to Financial committee. Aid. Spalding offered a report of the City Ilospital for the week ending April 21.4.— Admitted 6, Discharged 5, Died 3, Remaining 17. Report adopted. A report from the city Collector, was referred to Special committee. Am't collected on Real and Personal Estate §647 24. Aid. Mackenzie, from the committee on streets. &c, made a report adverse to the petition of Wm. Hansford. Adopte...

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CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. San Jose, April 19th. 1851. In Senate. The Senate assembled pursuant to adjournment. The journal of Friday Avas read and approved. The bill providing for the security of State prisoners, was taken up and referred to a select committee. The vote by which the Senate on yesterday refused to pass the bill concerning Sheriff-, was reconsidered, and the question being again on the final passage, it was decided in the affirmative by ayes 7. noes 4. Mr. Ileydcnfeldt, from the committee on claims, reported back the bill for the relief of Messrs. Lecock & Lewis, and recommended its passage. A motion to indefinitely postpone, was decided in the negative. The bill was then laid on the table. The bill to provide a revenue for the State Hospital at San Francisco, was taken up, amended, and recommitted to the committee on commerce and navigation. The substitute reported from the Judiciary committee to the bill to regulate the interest on money, wa^ adopted, and ...

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COMMERCIAL RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

COMMERCIAL RECORD Reported for the Daily Union. Sacramento Market, > Wednesday, April 23. 5 The weather has been warm, but not unfavorable to business. Our quotations show little or no change since yesterday. The leading articles continue Bfceady, bat there is no prospect of an advance in price. We quote pork, in bbls $16, in half bbla $% to $9; flour, in half .sicks (100 lb?) $5 23, in qr aks $5 50; chili beans, 3 to se; English oats, 7c; bailey. 6|; butter, best article, 35 to 45c; sugar, brown, 5 to sic; crushed Il:il2\c; Sandwich Island potatoes, 7c; Uobart town, 8e: coffee, 14 to lfic: hams 12 to 15.

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

POSTSCRIPT. BY THIS MORNING" S BOAT.

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIA ! [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIA ! Through Freeman & Co.'s Express. The New World arrived at her landing this morning at 12>£ o'clock, bringing us the San Francisco papers. The Pacific Mail Steamship California arrived at San Francisco a short time before the New World left. We arc indebted to Freeman & Co. for State papers. The mail-bags for this city -wer«s not brought up by this morning's boat. They will arrive here to-morrow morning. We copy the following from our Bay ex- ' changes : The Courier says, the Whigs had a rousing meeting on Tuesday evening last, on Long Wharf. Capt. Le Lantres, says the Courier, of the ship Acis, lately arrived from Port Adelaide, | called upon Recorder Tilford yesterday morn- ! ing, and applied for warrants for the arrest of four seamen, whom he charged with having attempted to take the ship, while on her ! passage from Australia to this port. We learn from the Balance, that two pri- ! soners who were indicted for murder,...

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T.irouijli Gregory's ExpreM. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

T.irouijli Gregory's ExpreM. Mr. Thurston. Representative in Congress from Oregon, died on board the California, on her passage up from Panama. We are indebted to Gregory's Express, for San Francisco and State papers.

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To tlw Voters of Sacramento City, j [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

To tlw Voters of Sacramento City, j Mr. Editoh : As I am frequently interrogated ns to my political faith, my intended action in the coming election, whether or not I purpose being a candidate for re-election — will please allow me, through your columns, to give one general answer to the;;: several enquiries, and to say a word to those by whose preference I have the honor to occupy a place among the municipal authorities of our city. First, then, 1 am a —decidedly Whig in principle and practice, in feeling and action; but not .-;•> trammeled by party preferences and prejudices that 1 cannot cast a vote for .those- recognised, as members of the JJcmotrutic party. This 1 have done, and expect to do again, and may do so in tho coming election; and that, too, without either it breach of faith to my party or compromise of principle; and if, with this avowal, I am not recognised :u.-t a True Whig, I will stand alone in. a glorious minority. Secondly., I am not a candidate, and ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

jeey Mutual Hook, and Ladder Co., No. I.— At a meeting of the company held at the Orleans House on Wednesday evening, 23d inst., the following resolution was adopted : Rejoiced, That the members of the company assemble in uniform, (fire cap, b!tM shirt, and black pants,) at their new quarters, Third street, near J, on Saturday next, at 4 i\ H., to receive their apparatus. In accordance with the above, the members of the company are directed to meet an therein stated. JOHN 11. SCRANTON, President. Henry G. L.vngley, Secretary. af&4 3t

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

*3-For City Treasurer.— undersigned, by request, is a candidate for the above office, subject to the nomination of the Whig party. ap!7 4t WM. R. McCRACKEN. £3" Robert S. Morris is a candidate for City Treasurer, subject to the nomination of the Whig Party. Maw Friends. OS" If Mr. Wai'. S. White will submit his name to the Whig Convention for the nomination of City Marshal, he will oblige and be supported by m 25 . Numerous Friends. JB3T We are gratified to learn that our friend and fellow-citizen, Capt. Geo. W. Somes, is a candidate for the office of Harbor Master. His long experience a3 a ship master, his well known business capacity and integrity of character, eminently qualify him to fill the office for which he is a candidate at the ensuing election, with satisfaction to the public ami credit to himself. He will receive the support of m 29 A Host of Friends.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

CANDIDATES. To Capt. Wm. W. Warner: Dear Sir — undersigned fellow citizens solicit you to become a candidate for the office of Harbor Master. Many of us who have been familiar with your former avocations, deem you especially qualified for that office. Your identification with the earliest history of the town, and your well known generosity towards the later immigrants, less fortunate than yourself, will, we think, secure you a strong support if you conclude to be a candidate. Respectfully, Albert Priest, J R Ralston, M S Latham, C G Sackett, Louis B Harris, HE Robinson, Thos J Henley, J G Haggin, L A Birdsall, * Wm B English, E J Fceney, Wm G Brown, Clark Kennedy, Jas Hardenbergh, Dr B B Brown. Henry A Schoolcraft. J M Mcßrayer, H N Davis, John Hatch, Ben McCullough, E X Wells, Charles Roc, Jos. Waterman. Sacramento city, April 15, 1851. Sacramento City, April 15, 1851. Gentlemen : Your complimentary letter soliciting me to become a candidate for the office of " Harbor Master " of t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

AMUSEMENTS. TEHAMA THEATRE. Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J.H. Kirbt. .Managers. Stage Director .C. Mr T S Campbell . EXTRA ORDINAR V A TTRA C TION ! First Klglit of the grand, romantic, nautical, legendary mclo-drama entitled THE PL YIXC DUTCHMAN, OR, THE PHANTOM SHIP. In -w-lilcfc. Mrs. Klrby will appear. THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, April 24th, Will be presented, for the first time iv this city, with new scenery, dresses and decorations, the romantic, nautical, legendary melo drama entitled ■ THE FLYING DUTCHMAN ! OH, THE PHANTOM SHir. To conclude with the laughable farce of LEND ME FIVE SHILLINGS. — Private boxes and dress circle $3 00 Boxes "." 2 00 Pit 1 00 JKS" Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7 precisely. MAY BALL, TO BE GIVEN BY SACRAMENTO ENGINE COMPANY, No. 3, AT THE ORLEANS HOUSE, On Friday Evening, May ad, ISSI. COMMITTEE. j Joseph R. Beard, Charles 15 Hazcltino, Freeman McGilvery, Richard N Berry, R O Selfridge, * Thus. Hasain, John C. Barr. COMMITTEE O...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR & CO. AUCTIONEERS. BRICK STORE, FRONT STREET. CATALOGUE SALE. Commencing at 10 o'clock a m, on THIS (Thurs- ' day) MORNING, 24th inst— 105 sacks barley 30 casks draft ale 6 coils rope 65 kegt whisky, 5 gals ea 30 kitts mackerel 10 tins crackers 4 tierces sup'r Goshen butter, 15 lb kegs 5 tins chewing tobacco 38 boxes champagne cider, 2 doz each 10 kegs cherry brandy, 6 gals each S3l pr counter scales, 36',) lbs. 1G sacks Irish potatoes 3 do sweet do 5 casks 6 doz each sup'r ale, in quarts .5 do 12 do do in pints 24 cases XX ale 5 do wild cherry brandy 2 do youth's brogans 5 bales. Ashland ducks 100 boxes Medoc claret '• 5 cp- casks sup'r old port wine 60 baskets champagne (favorite brands) 5 cases old London dock brandy 34 do do cherry brandy 70bags walnuts 2ibozes brown soap 25 doz whip stocks with lashes 2 doz scythes and snaths 4 doz axes 4 boxes pepper sauce 20 [<\" Ramsay's bitters 10 do oni"iis 10 do ass'd pickles 23 doz Ame...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY CLARK & MILNE. D. B. MILNE, AUCTIONEER. CLARK & MILNE will sell at their sales-room, ! on Front street, on THIS DAY, (Thursday,) 2-ith inst, at 10 o'clock — Fresh chili flour, half sacks , Sweet corn meal in bbl3 Do do in half bbls ( 'orn Barley < . Manilla rice, 33 lb mats ' Dairy cheese Shoulders < Mesa pork in half bbls | Clear do do Pickles, 8 gallon kegs Do 5 do do Rice in bbls Chili cheese peaches Madeira wine in cases Malaga do <lo Cognac brandy do Whisky in bbls Port wine, It) gallon kegs Tomato catsup Walnut do Brandy fruits ( Sarsaparilla syrup Pepper syrup Boots i liunn^' bags, &c &c. — also — i A large invoice of superior segars, of various approved brands, &c. a p24 Just Received and For Sale by J". S. SPRAGUE & CO., LEVEE, BETWEEN L and M STREETS, SACRAMENTO CITY, 1 A QUARTER casks French Brandy, IU 20 eights do do do, 20 bbls. American do, 12 cask...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. VEGETABLES— Fresh California potatoes, turV nips, beets, &c, for sale by aplO WM. STOUT, Front St., bet. J and K. SWEET POTATOES— Just recrived, a cargo of prime sweet potatoes, for sale cheap. aplO WM. STOUT, Front st., bet. J and K. JCIERMAN TURNIPS— IO,OOO pounds German vJT turnips, a good article, for sale by aplO WM. STOUT. Front st., bet. J and K. D FiC\ TONS assorted San Jose Potatoes, for sale CDX) by WILLIAM STOUT, mlO Front street, between J and K. STORAGE, Receiving and Forwarding, on board storoship "Crescent," between L and Mats. [m2slm] WM. BRICELAND. Dr. Gate's Extract of BlacUbcrry Root. A SURE and permanent cure for Diseases of the Bowels. For sale at the Botanic Dispensary, X street, above 3d. m 29 tf WARREN «C CO., j STREET, NEAR PROMT, WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in General Merchandize, Groceries and Miners' Goods of every description. Fresh Garden Seeds just received. m! 9 lm» $17 THE OZ. FOR GOLD DUST. rpRADERS AND MINERS arc invite...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS, OIL DEPOT. WC. CANFIELD baa this day received,. 1 3000 1 • gallons Pure Sperm* Sperm and Po.'ar Oil* and will sell at San Francisco prices. The oil, in every case, warranted to bo of the best quality. Consumers in Sacramento supplied at their doors, by the Express Oil Wagon, in quantities to snit. Also, a complete assortment of Lamps, Chimneys, Wida, Globes, Burning Fluids. &c, &c. Also, 15,00<} gallons oil, to be delivered at San Francisco or Sacramento. Office at Luckon's Drug Store. J street, between Fourth and Fifth sts., under the Oak Tree. apS luv RIT Marysville Herald copy one mouth, and send bill to this office. F.W.AMES. BKII'D COCIIRAN'E. J. M. MACKENZIE^ St. Louis and Alississipjn Drug Store, Ames, C'octarnne & Go., WHOLESALE and RETAIL DRUGGISTS,, north-west corner of J and Third streets, Sacramento City. * in 19 THE COLUMBIA HOTEL. THIS well known establishment having been reJL fitted and painted throughout,...

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