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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. J. H. CCLVBR. J. F. I.AWSOX. Missouri Hotel, No. M / street, between Third and Fourth. DAILY Lines of Stages leave for the Mme — J. H. Culver, Agent. _._- Express Men and Teamsters will please call for packages left here to be forwarded. in 26' tf HAVILAH COS DRUG STORE, T. A. THOMAS, SUPERINTENDENT. .1 street, between 3d and 4th, north side. npIIE above company have just received from tho X State.- and now opened one of tii>- largest ami must complete stocks of Genuine Drugs and Medicine;*. Perfumery, Fishing Tackle, Fancy Articles &c k~i., yet ottered, which they will sell to theciti j _uU3 of Sacramento a. id elsewhere, at wholesale an j retail, at lowest prices for cash. The Superintendent having been long engaged in | the business, and having secured the services of gen- 1 tlemen perfectly competent to assist him, can with safety to the community ask a liberal share of public patronage. : Physicians and Families can send Preemption* • with...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. 3. B. STARR. JOSEPH R. BEARD. JB. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, I between X and L streets. " ml 9 CLARK & MILNE, Auction Hud Commission \_/ Merchants, Front st, between X and L. ml 9 RETTYMAN & BAR ROLL, Wholesale AucJl tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, be- ' tween J and X streets. ,; . ml 9 2m Bankers. RHODES, STURGES & CO., Exchange Bro- j ker and Bankers, Second street, between J and : K. m ] 9 HENSLEY & MERRILL, Bankers and Exphange Brokers, 47 Second street, between J | J and K. '■ ■ ml 9 BEACH, WELLS & CO., Bankers, J strict, near Second. ml 9 lm BF, HASTINGS & CO., Bankers and Coramis- ■ • sion Merchants. No. 31 J street. . mil) lw i HINKS & MACE. Exchange Brokers, J street, next door above Crescent City Hotel. m 23 lm* , ! A RTHUIv W. FOOTE, Exchange Bank, 2d ' jfl. street, between J and K. ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Hardware Merchants. ASHLEY & CO., Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron, __ Tin Ware, &c, X street, 4 doors above Second street. i Hil9 RA. : KNOX & CO., Wholesale Dealers in • Stoves, Sheet Iron aud Tin ware, J street near 7th street. '^v' ml9lm FOLGER & CLIFT, Builders' Hardware, Stoves, ._ heavy Machinery, &c.,222 J street, between 7th and Bth sts. " —19 lm LORD, THOMPSON & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 4th and sth, north side. ml 9 lin JG. ANDERSON & CO., Dealers in Stoves, • Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 3d and 4th. - ' . - ■ ml 9 lw CW. STILES & CO., Tinners, X street, be- • tween Front aud 2d streets. iu24 lm CARPENTER & BLANCHARD, Wholesale V_/ and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Paints, Oils, and Window Glass J street,' between 3d and 4th. Miles B. Carp-NTEE. Jacob B. Blanciiard.' apo liv* CW. STILES &...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. /-/TJ-,-. FREEMAN &COS EXPRESS, /M<M% '^CONNECTING WITH ADAMS f<^i&fl_^& CO. to New Orleans; Now York, ' __ -1 . l Boston, and all the principal citic- j and towns in the Atlantic States. ' • Gold DfST forwarded and insured ngainst all risks. ■ Freeman & Co. atone are ' authorised ■to draw j Bills of Exchange in Sacramento city on Adams & Co., who have offices in every State in the Union. I They transmit Treasure, Letter-, Packages, &c, j daily, | between j San Francisco, Sacramento and | Marysville, by the steamers Senator, New World and Gov. Dana; having safes in their Express rooms, j on board, which are accompanied by faithful and ex- i perienced messengers. The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sac- 1 ramento city on the 11th and last day of every month. legalized Coin exchanged, for Gold Dust. Offices': Sacramento— Second, between J and K. ' San Francisco—At Ad...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOK STORE. 771ORREST & BORDEN offer for sale at their JO establishment, on Second, near J streetsPaper. Plain and white ruled letter; Plain and blue ruled do; ! Packet and commercial post; Tissue, blotting and wrapping, i Aero Books. Half bound journals, ledgers, records, cash and invoice books; Full bound do do do do ; do; i Russia bound do do do do do; Quartos, memorandums, paper and leather covers. ! Views* Otttama-, embracing site of the first discovery ot | Streets and full views of San Francisco; [gold; View of Sacramento; Disappoiuted Lumber Merchant ; The Graud Masquerade, &c, kc. ?ri4ccllnncoa<i Work*. Cuiloh's Three Years in California; Shakspeare's works, in different bindings; Byron 3 do; Moore's do; !;>' Chambers' Encyclopedia of English Literature; Daguerreotype of _ oreign Miscellany; Howitt'a Journal; Bulwer's works in splendid binding; Walker's Dictionary. Spanish I'ooV:. Ollendorff 's Grammar and Key; T...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. CAN rEE_EUS. PRESTON 11. LEX. JOS. T. lIA.MEMN. RDSBOtJBI STORE: PEEBELS, LEE & CO.. Dealers in Groceries, X Provisions. Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobacco; and Miners' Tools. Store on south side of J street, in tho brick building, above 4th. »_s*:-_ inl9 NEW BOOKS I RKw HOOKS 1 1 300 a NOVELS!! JUST received by this steamer the best assortment t) ever offered for sale in this city, among which luav be found — The Woodman, the Forgery, Henry Smeaton, Mary of Burgundy, Count Dc L'sstelncu, &c, &c, by James; Count of Monte Cbristo, Diana of Meridor; Iron .Nlask. Three Guard-men and Sequel, Gonovieve, &c, by Dumas; the History of PeudennU, by W M Thackeray; Horace Templeton, Charles O - Malley; Knight of Gwynne, &., by Lever; Handy Andy, by Lover; First* and True Love, by George Sand; The Convict, Ned Buntlinc's Last, Suiuf.ild Hall. &.-, by J P Smith; Pictorial History of Guy Fawkes, Jack Sheppard, &a...

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V.hat has been done for California; [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

V.hat has been done for California; U c published yesterday an extract from j Senator I! win's w Address to the People of California,' 1 in Which reference was made to those Congressional Acts that were enacted the last session of the National Legislature for the benefit of our State and our Pacific possessions in general. It may not be inappropriate to pass under review the acts passed, ur to refer to some of j the bills which were rejected or rather per- 1 haps postponed. Among the laws enacted fox the construction of Light-Houses, Customs, Indian Agencies, Coast Surrey, and Floating Dry Dock, we regard the last as being of the very greatest and most immediate importance to our young, yet expanding and blooming : Commerce. We do not believe that America hm an interest upon the Pacific shores more powerful and grand in its prospective destinies than the commercial resources of California. Commerce is an enterprise of such a comprehensive utility — so ennobling in its tendencies and...

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Three Men Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

Three Men Killed. Mr. Comins called in our office last night, and handed us a letter which contains the sad news of the murder of three men who left bis gunsmith shop on X street, a short time since for the mines. We quote the circumstances from the letter, which is dated Marshall's Ranch, April 22d. fSam'l. Beattie of Wisconsin, and Frederic Singer and John Martin of Illinois, are now dead. They were killed by the Indians in the mountains, and their mules taken. The Indians came to their camp, took whatever they pleased, and commenced retiring, when they were fired upon by the men at the camp, and two of their number killed and another wounded. A fight then took place, which proving too hard for the party, they attempted to make the woods a short distance off. which they were unable to do, being filled with arrows before they reached it.'' After a few more remarks, the writer states that the excitement against the Indians was very great, and that the miners had resolved to go out i...

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Suttcr'o Fort. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

Suttcr'o Fort. The history of this world renowned house of the great and immortalized pioneer to California, is entirely too well known, and too familiar to every reader of books and newspapers, to make it necessary for anything to be added to the beautiful wood cut of it, which appears in our Steamer Edition of the Union. Nothing can be more accurate than Mr. Barber's representation of this Fort, as one approaches it from the South-east corner. It will afford every man who sees it a perfect and exact idea of the old adobe fortification, around .which clusters so many and such varied reminiscences of chilling interest. The buildings opposite the bridge that is thrown across the slough, are the old adobe hospital, and the new frame houses which constituted Dr. Stanbury & CVs Hospital, in which the city patients in large numbers were treated for the last eight or ten months, and where Dr. Stansbury himself died of cholera. This is the second of a series which the splendid ...

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

CITY COUNCIL. Friday Evening, April 25, 1851. An adjourned meeting. President presiding. Minutes of last meeting read and adopted. Regular order of business dispensed with. Aid. Berry moved that the President of the council be authorised to issue Scrip to J. N. Brooks & Co. to the amount of $300, for damages to lumber sustained by the construction of the Levee. Aid. Mackenzie moved to amend by allowing $400. The amendment adopted — and the President authorized to issue warrants tor the same. Aid. Mackenzie, from the committee on old claims, offered a report in favor of allowing Dr. White the sum of $375 00 for six weeks salary as city physician; also, allowing Dr. Wydown ?s£lo 00 for medical services. Adopted, and president authorised to issue warrants. Aid. Mackenzie, from the same committee reported in favor of allowing Dr. Ormsby & Warnock the sum of $1,558 00 for services as physicians to city patients. Laid on the table. Aid. Mackenzie, from the committe...

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To tlic Electors of Sucramcuto City. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

To tlic Electors of Sucramcuto City. Fellow Citizens : My name has been brought forward as a candidate for the office of Mayor, at the coming election. This has been done without my consent. Iv answer to the Whig Nominating Committee, I expressly stated that I would accept no nomination for that office unless made by their Convention. I have sustained the pledge thus made : and now, in withdrawing from the political arena, I beg to return my thanks and acknowledgments to tho.^e friends who have so generally supported mo for the various trusts committed to my charge, Kesp'y, your fellow citizen, a P 26 3t KlCiru X. BERRY.

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COMMERCIAL RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

COMMERCIAL RECORD. Reported for the Daily Union. Sacramento Market, } Friday, April 25. $ Retail trade brisk in some parts of the city; whole- • sale rather dull. The prices vary little from yc-tcr-day, thougo there is a decline on the whole in provisions, and especially liqnors. We quote flour, in j or sacks, $5 25; barley, 61 to 6^; English eats, 6"i i«» \ 7; corn 5; chili beans, 4£ to 5; butter, superior, '.(! ;•< ; 45; mess pork, in bbls $15 to $16, half bob $8 to $3 1 5(); clear pork, m qr bbl* $5, half bbla $9; coffee, green 13 to 14, ground 13 to 15. The weather has I been warm. Money Slattern* "We have taken some pains to collect correct information on money matters — ami this morning we furnish a complete table that can be relied upon by our friends in the Atlantic States. The quotation* arc furnished , us by the house of Messrs. BEACH, Wells & Co., who arc doing a heavy Brokerage business, and the price* set down by tin m can bo depended upon M being...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Through Freeman & Co.'* Express. The New World arrived at her landing this morning at 1 o'clock, bringing us the San Francisco papers. Between the hours of six and seven o'clock, on Thursday night, the house of J. S. Manson, on Sacramento street, a few doors below Montgomery, was robbed ot ?1,5U0. In their haste, *the robbers left a bag containing $1,000 on the floor. The discovery of rich quartz rock at Carson Mountain is exciting great interest. The Picayune says that a large portion of it yielded eight dollars to the ounce! Rumor says that as high as *:2)0.000 had already been taken out, and that the vein still leads on into the rock, without any diminution in its size or quality. The Picayune, through a correspondent, gives an account of a very great excitement at Moquclumnc Hill, about some claims that " two Frenchmen had staked? out, ill order to have the same worked by hired help, which was not according to the rules and regulations of mine...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

Whig AVard fleeting. The Whigs of the different wards will meet at their Head Quarters, on THIS (Saturday) EVENING," at 8 o'clock,, to hear the reports of the Ward Convections on the nomination of candidates tor the Common Council, and to ratify the same. The Whigs of the Second Ward will meet at the Southern House on J street, near 4th. which will be bead-quarters for that ward; First Ward, Orleans House; Third Ward, Tinted States Hotel. 1'v order Whig Central Committee. E. J. C. KEWEN, Chair'n. A. C. MONSON, Vice Ch'ii. J. A. Cogswell. ) gee'vs James Qcbes, \ c i s - n]2i £3" Rev. Mr. Bhiarly will preach at the Baptist Church' to-morrow. Subject for the morning: "The Duties of the Good Citizen." np'26 fop Sacramento Fire Company, So. 3. — This company will attend at the Engine House This Evening, at 4^ o'clock, to escort Hook and Ladder Co. to their new house, and also to assist in filling the Reservoirs on X streets. Punctual attendance is expected from every member in the city. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

AMUSEMENTS. TEHAMA THEATRE. Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J.H. Kirby. .Managers. Stage Director Mr T S Campbell Third appearance of Mr. NESBIT McCRON, AS CARWIN, THE ADVOCATE. Mrs. Klrby as TJicrcsc. • . ■ ;„:. \ This (Saturday) Evening, April 26th, 1851, Will be presented, for the first time this season, the i' ■ drama of thrilling interest, entitled THERESE, THE ORPHAN OF GENEVA. Carotin Mr. McCron Tlu-rcsc ) Mr*. Ivl i '• To bo followed by THE LOTTERY TICKET. ' After which, a - Favorifc Song by. Miss Montague To conclude with the Laughable Farce of MISCHIEF MAKING. PUCES — Private boxes and dress circle .... $3 00 Boxes 2 00 Pit 1 00 *»~Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7 o'clock. ITALIAN OPERA. UNION THEATRICAL SALOON, J Street. ! '■'■■'■""' . * \ Popular Amusements ! Last Performance of the Italian Opera Company, THIS EVENING, 26th Apri1, ,1351. Sr. Pellegrini will sing in English the popular song, •'The Death of Warren at Bunker Hill". Representation will be...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 April 1851

AUCTION SALES. ~ BY CLARK * MILNE. D . B. MILNE, AUCTIONEER. LARGE SALE OF B A RLE AND CORN. Clark & Milne will sell so MONDAY, the 23th, at their store on Front st, at 10 o'clock a m — 600 sacks No 1 Chili Barley, 250 do do Corn, Sale positively without reserve. a 26 2t • CLARK & MILNE. MAY BALL, TO BE GIVEN BY. „ SACKA3IEXTO EXGIXE COMPA.VY, Xo. 3. AT THE ORLEANS HOUSE, Oh Frlduy Evening, • May iitl, 1851. COMMITTEE. Joseph R Beard, Charles B Ilazeltine, Freeman McGilvery, Richard N Berry, It O Sclfridge, Thos. Hasam, John C. Barr. COMMITTEE ON INVITATIONS. Joseph R Beard, Elias 1) Kennedy, A C Monson, Jos A Haines, E J C Kewen, D Ogden Mills. Jos W Winans. UAMABKBS. Albert Priest, M L Covert, It D Merrill, - 1 ™ H Seranton, J A Read, Cary x C?"lcg, DO Mills, JnoTßaiav, Frederick Ogden, E J C Kewcn, Joseph A Haines, E D Kennedy, David McDowell, Dr L A Birdsall, Thos Harley, C W. Barker, Jno C Clark, Murray Morrison, A C Monson, E J Barroll, J W Winans, Thos...

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