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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

What a Noise ! BOUT Buteville, Colusa, and x -*- Bute City— all at the head of steamboat navigation on the acramento, and en route for Redding's mines and Trinity river. This all sounds very well, but Miners and Traders will find great advantage in taking passage and freight to STERLING & TAYLOR'S RANCHO, where they will find a cordial leception, good landing, and teams always in readiness for the mines on the most reasonable 'frras. Miners, and Tr iders from the Mines," can always find a good assortment of goods at Sterling $ Taylor's, and would do well to call before going further. m 7 3m* NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS, MINERS, &c. „t.v qpHE new road from Culloma to Georgetown, is now completed. - :;jbrfi A good team can draw 1000 pounds'more ' over route than by any other. . ' " There are many good Hotels and an abundance of water, and good feed for teams on the whole road. The United States Mail Line of Coaches runs daily from acramento to Culloraa and , Georgetown...

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Excitement Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

Excitement Yesterday. On Friday last some four or five individuals who hold property under Sutter's title, went upon a lot belonging to one of them, and finding there a squatter's house, partially demolished it. On Saturday they were bound over to the Court of Sessions. Yesterday some twenty-five or thirty individuals of the same party assembled, determined to regain possession of certain other Jots of laud which had been seized and appropriated by the squatters. They repaired with the proper implements to the levee just above J street, partially destroyed a house belonging to a squatter, and then shoved it over on to a large tent, owned also by a squatter, which was standing on the adjoining lot — of course both the house and the tent were completely destroyed. The last we saw of the pieces some one was carting them off for fire wood. The next lot they went to, which had been seized by a squatter, had i\o\ house upon it, but was simply enclosed by a fence. The fence they of course ...

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Correspondence of the Transcript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

Correspondence of the Transcript. Marysvjlle, Juno 18th, 1850. Messrs. Editors: In perusing the Transcript of to-day I noticed an article purporting to be the production of one of the first legal gentlemen of Marysvillc. Who that gentleman is, lam not aware. We have in Marysville, at the bar, but eight legal gentlemen, (in this number, of course, Judge Turner is not included,) and all these gentlemen have disowned any knowledge of the article which appeared in your paper. Now, gentlemen, 1 am a citizen of Marysville, and as such I feel an interest in the aftairs pertaining to our town ; and as several articles have already appeared in the papers of Sacramento respecting our late difficulties, all of which I deem imperfect and insufficient, I take upon myself the task of giving to the public a brief but fair and impartial account of the facts as they occurred. On Friday, the 7th instant, a suit between one Cameron, plaintiff, and Capt. Sutler, defendant, was called on for trial befor...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

Died, At Sutler's Fort, on the 22d inst., Miss MARTHA McClelland, aged 15 VCr- Notice.— The undersigned have been appointed a committee to receive donations m money to aid in establishing a Reading Room and Library for the " Mercantile Library Association of Sacramento." AU persons desirous of promoting so laudable an enterprise will please call upon either of the following gentlemen. J. C. ZABRISKIE. B. R. NICKERSON, WARREN, Dr. MeKENZIE, je24 3t JAMES QUEEN. IE?" If Mr. Adane B. Welchen, of Boston, has arrived in this city, he will please call at this office for important information. je2s jfl O^The stockholders in the Free Press, and alf^H favorable to its establishment, are requested to meet at the Herkimer House, in Fourth street, 1 south of J, on Wednesday evening next, the 26th inst. J C. EDWARDS, ) JOHN PLUMBE, \ Committee je2s-2t JAS. M.cCLATCHY, J

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

.). Fourth of July. I .VS: IDT- At a meeting of the Pacific- Star Division No. 1, of the Order of the Sons of Terns perance, held at their Hall on J street, June 1 ! 1 1850, it was unanimously agreed to celebrate the coming % Anniversary of our Ration's Independence, as an "Order," in 'counection with the citizens of Sacramento . City generally." .•"' ?V ; ,'" '■ ■ ; :' .' . PROGRAMME. "The exercises will open at 10, a. m., in a suitable room — due notice will be given hereafter. Ist. Music — a National Air. . r * 2nd. Reading the Declaration of Independence — Hon. E. J. Willis, reader. • 3rd. Music. / " . 4th. Oration — J. C Zabriskic, Esq., orator. sth. Music — Hail Columbia. . * ;-.^ v At 12, m., the "procession, under the direction of . Benj., R. Nickerson, Esq., Marshal, and two assistants, will move to the river, " and, after a short exerenrsion thereon, will proceed to the house of Capt. Coon, where a collation will be served up expressly for the occasion. After the cloth is ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

AMUSEMENTS. Tehama Tbeatre. *i* 3 V&zi\ £ THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, > ~\ \,ilr Will be represented Colman's play the „-.... IRON CHEST Sit Edward Mortimer, " ■-" Mr At water Wilfred, ) AT , T -. , SB Helen, ' J ' ' * " Mrs KiTh V " '■ Song; by ' - .... —v- .•'• -*. • Fairchild I „. To conclude with the petite comedy of " RAISING THE WIND. Jerp.my DiddJer, # - >'" Mr Card well . >•■•:' JF.ss Laurelki Durable. - Mrs Kirby IZr' The: public are respectfully informed that' ■Senora Fanny Manten, the splendid Artiste and Danseuse, and 6'enor Rossi, the Wonderful" Magician, are engaged and will shortly make their appearance at this Theatre. OC7=" Wanted— An Actress and two or three Actors of. unquestionable' talent. No amateurs need apply. . . , : , : je2l tf' LEE'S EXCHANGE. ' TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 2S, 1850. Sew York Serenaders. rT\RE "New York Serenaders," af- •*• ter a successful tour to the Sandwich Islands, have returned, and intend giving a s...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

AUCTION SALES. PRETTY ;\! AN, B A RIiOLL^CoTK street, near 2nd, will sell This Morning, at 10 o'clock — Cicar pork in qr bbls White sugar in mats (supcrit r) I.oal do in b xes SO b'ixes rai?ins, very nice 150 doz sup'r English pickles Superior fresh beans Mt-ss pork, tamarinds Old rye whisky, lime juice Tobacco in small tin bxs, "Honey Dew" Pickles in small kegs; champagne Brandy in cases; tea kettles Claret wine; hardware, tin ware, fyc. Sfc. CROWELL, HALE & CO., " i J street, between Second and Third streets, TJAVE on hand and offer for sale the following desirable assortment of good?, viz : 300 hf bbls new Boston mess pork 50 do do do clear do 50 bbls do mess do 25 do No 2 mackerel (1849) 75 kegs Northern lard 50 firkins Goshen butter 300 sacks table sail. 20 lbs &. 10 lbs each 300 hf sacks fresh Chili flour 3000 lbs white sugar 3000 lbs brown do 40 sacks rice 10 tc« and 10 bbls dried apples SO kpgs sour kront 100 boxes Orange co. cheese 50 small kegs spic...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. Auction Sale of Valuable Real Estate, By J. B. Starr Co., Auct's. On' Thursday, June 27th, at 11 o'clock, a m., will be sold on the premises, t» the highest bidder,' without reserve, as ; the parties that own the property are going to the states. One lot 20 feet front by 60 feet front, on the south side of J street, between sth andGth st*.' ,- One house and lot, on the south side of J 3treet, between 6th and 7th streets One lot 20. feet front by 160 feet deep, on the south side of J street, between 7th and eth sts. One lot 20 feet front by 75 deep, on 2nd street, between X and L streets. m Two lots each 20 feet front by SO feet deep, on Third street, between J and K. .The terms are easy— will be made known on tne day of sale. , ■ . A rare chance is here offered to business men, as the lots are on the principal business streets and centrally located. .'' : , ; 1 The titles are •as good as can be had in California. . je22 Also — The ; sa...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE: JOT 8, square between L and M, "^ and 4th and sth streets. Lot 5, square betw. M andN, and 4th andsthst«. '7, " M and N, and 4th and sth do. " 8 > " M and N, and 3d and 4th do. ;' 6 > " N and O, and Ist and 2d do. : G > " N and O, and 3d find 4th do. ! 5 ? " O ar.d P. and 3d ai;d 4th do. o , 8 > " O and P. and 3d und 4th do. c lots between II and I, and 2d and 7ih streets. 50 , II und American fork, and lit and 10th street--. Lots 1. 2 3 and 4. square betw. I and J, and 6th and /th 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 11th. " 1, Q street, corner 2d. 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork east of 4th street. 100 lots between II and American Fork, east of 10th street. Lot 20 by 75 on the alley between Ist and 2d, and J and X sts, next to Messrs. Coatea & Rivetts. 3 lots, 20 by !-0, and building...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

BOOT AND SHOE STORE. r|ViK subsciiber would inform his •*- iriends and the public generally, that he has taken a store on J, near I'ront street, where m.iy be found a general assortment oi prime boots and shoes, wholesale or retail, at the lowest prices, among which arc the following,, viz: Gents' fine French calf, stout calf and kip and long leg double sole mining boots; fine and stout calt and mining shoes; French calf and patent leather gaiters; ah-o, Ladies' gaiters, buskins and slippers; and children's shoes. Traders from the mines, and others, will find it i<ir their advantage to call and examine the stock before purchasing elsewhere. T. S. MITCHELL. N. B. — T. S. M. would take occasion to say that he has adopted the one price system, ami m no case will depart from it. jeSo>lm "jVTOriCE. — Gentlemen wishing toj acqu re the Spai.ish Language can re qcive all instructions from the undersigned, who has a thorough knowledge ol the language, and is prepared to...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

NEW LINE FOR » SACRAMENTO CITY, MARYSVILLE AND TRINITY MINES. HPHE new, fast running and 1 substantiul steamer Major ; r Tumpkins, Captain J. T. Morrill, will ; leave Clark's r Point, -San Francisco, .for tf | Sacramento . ; city on every Tuesday and Friday morning, at 0 o'clock a. M. Freight ■ and \ passengers taken at • the lowest • ratts. The Major Tompkins connects at Sacramento city with the steamers Yuba to Marysville, and Jack Hays to the upper sacramento and Trinity mines, so that freight and passengers can be sent through direct to any of the upper towns, without any detention at sacramento city. ', Goods for shipment , by this steamer received at all times on board the storeship Tahmaroo free of char»e; and orders leit with the undersigned, agents, Till receive immediate attention. LOCKE .£ MORRISON, Howison's Pier, foot of sacramenlo st, OGDEN Sf HAYNES, y>P > Clay si reel wharf, san Francisco. At sacramento, to captain on bo;»d. jl2tf DISSOLUTION.— ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

Pacific Mail Steamship Co. $ Connecting with the U. States Mail steamers •j Cherokee and Philadelphia at Chagres. "^^k'r'^rii! : \\C"! The Pacific Mail '^fc^^^C^^K • steamship Compaiiv's «offlN|S^kC3*^\\ ' steamer CALTFOR>»J r I^raN-lo\ NIA. tieutenant T. $)& \v N/ 1 m^i Axs^v- A'.; Biidd, commander, Z&'j LNMSsMEJ will" leave for Pana■^^nmwu^^m^^^^^-- ma. touching at the rr^i i«iii7iLPL*sS=* usual : ports, on « Monday, July Ist, .1850,' at 4P. m. Treasure for shipment received at the company's > office, foot of Howison's Pier, Sacramento street, on Friday, 28th. and Saturday, the:*29th inst. ■ Passengers are requested to be on board at noon of the day of departure. The California will connect with the U. S. mail steamer Cherokee, to leave Chagreson arrival of- the passengers and treasure. >:;>vn The undersigned are prepared to give draft? on Messrs. Howland & Aspinwall, New York on the" most favorable te...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. O^HEloSceloiSLFß^^ "*• SON and the Pacific ;M ail t Steamship Co. has been removed to the buildings at the end of. Howison's Pier, sacramento street. 7 san Francisco, June 17,1850. "; jl9;lw IMMONS. LILLY & CO. may be found, at their ,ricw warehouse, sacramento street wharf. " san; Francisco, June 17, 1850. : jet9-tf £} BRANNAN'S OFFICE has -•• been removed to the new store of Osborn cy Brannan, corner of Bush and Sansome street, san Francisco. ..-"."." .1 . je!9 tf £JAVEN & LIVINGSTON have ■removed their office to Montgomery st., near California, opposite new Custom House. San Franciscn, June 17, 1 85«». j 1 9- 1 w r "O EMO.V.AL of the PIONEER* -"-* B OK STORE.— Marvin £ Hitchcock have removed to the Herald Buildings, in Montgomery street, near Clay, where they ill continue to keep a complete assortment of Stationery, and miscellaneous Books. N. B. An invoice of Law Books just re <*'g«-d. ••■■- • [jel 4-1 in. HE WES & CU...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 June 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. :ti •r.rjT.'i Haven & Livingston, isbis CJAN ' ; FRANCISCO, : in connection A with LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO A New Your, will receive, 1 forward andinsuldH Gold Dust to the United States, l Europe, ' ; Drafts in sums to suit r purchasers on ! New York, Boston' and ; Philadelphia. " Packages-. and parcels taken until the la. test hour. Consignees' letters taken free !! '?< HfAVEN &: LIVINGSTON, " Montgomery street, near California, opposite the new Custom House, San Francisco. apl-3m A DAMS & COS EXPRESS, for ' - £ *- New York, Boston,- Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D. C, and all the principal towns in -the United fates. : ■'■'■ ■'■ ' Gold dust bought ; also forwarded and insured to any of the above places, and bills of exchauge given in any sums to suit pur- / chasers.' v.o.'-' . . M Our drafts in favor of parties residing in New Bedford and the vicinity, are paid at the Merchants' Bank, New Bedford. Hi $ ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 26. 1850. NUMBER 48,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

I *. A. PEARIS. A. W. BROCKWAT. L pEARIS & BROCKWAY, Grot^p- cers and dealers in all kinds of provih|i ns and miners' supplies, No. li? 8 J street, be|^en Fourth and Fifth. ' I ,it their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also '■be found a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines I and Paints. Particular attention paid to physi- < I cian's prescriptions. ' 100 choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE En- : quire as above. a 27 3m I George ©. Naegrle, i BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, ' . . SACRAMENTO CITY, O*ls prepared to contract for all kinds of work . in masonry. Having a good stock of bricks on i \ hand, he is ready to erect fire proof buildings, j build ovens,' put up chimneys, set grates, or do I anything in his line with which he may be favored. Residence, corner 11th and F. m'293m ~ Barton Lee, (Formerly Priest, Lee & Co.) REAL ESTATE AND BANKING OFFICE, On the east side of Second St.. between I and J. "WHOLESALE DEALER IN "* LUMBER AND. HOUSES.— A liberal rate of i...

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