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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

Warbass & Co., Successors to T. J. Henley $ Co. and Field f Co., BANKERS, Exchange Brokers and Real Estate Agents, Corner of Second and J sts., Sacramento City. I^XCHANGE for sale on N. York, -*-^ 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. & 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. & 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 F. MORSE. References in Sacramento City — Hardin Bigelow, Esq.; S. Brannan &■ Co.; Burnett ie Rogers...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

Charles C. Sackett, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office on 2d st, near K. je5 1m BENJ. F. WASHINGTON, NOTARY PUBLIC. HAVING received his appointment from Gov. Burnett, under the act of the Assembly, creating and denning the duties of Notaries Public, will give prompt attention to all business committed to his charge ; such as protesting notes, taking acknowledgements of Deeds, &c, &c. OFFICE — Up stairs, in the new bui'ding of Forshee, Booth <fc Co., on J street, between Third and Fourth. Sacramento city, May 11, 1850. tf Medical i'artnei ship. DOCTORS 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 partios can always be found, and the other at the counting room of Paul, White & Co. Dr. White's personal attention will, at all times, be devo...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. Slitter Hotel and Furniture. TJECIDEDLY the most valuable ** property in the city. The above hotel is delightfully situated on the Levee, overlooking the Sacramento river, between X and L streets, and directly opposite to the steamboat landings. It is furnished throughout, and doing the most flourishing business of any establishment of the kind, in this country. The present proprietors being desirous of returning to the states, will dispose of the above property, on very liberal term 3. For further particulars, apply to S. P. Dewey, on the premises. Sacramento City, ilfay 20th, 1850.— m2l FOR SALE. SPLENDID FARMING AND GARDENING LAND NEAR SACRAMENTO. THIRTY ten acre tracts, immediately adjoining the limits of this city, upon the American Fork, and extending along the banks of this River ibr two miles. This land offers the most beuu'iful and healthy location, as a residence, in this vicinity ; and for those desiring that their families should live a little...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

What a Noise ! A BOUT Buteville, Colusa, and •^*- 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 terms. Miners, and Traders 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. JT*HE new road from Culloma to ■*■ Georgetown, is now completed. A good team can draw 1000 pound»*more over this 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 Culloma and Georgetown, over this road. The diggin...

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Steamer Taper. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

Steamer Paper. Another paper will be issued from this office, prepared expressly for circulation in the United States, in time for the mail of July first. Our steamer paper will contain a compilation of the news of the country for the last month, and other local matter, that cannot fail to be interesting to the thousands in the stales who are looking towards California. A small portion of the steamer paper will be reserved for the benefit of such advertisers as may wish their business cards circulated among their friends at their homes. The steamer paper is gotten up at great expense, printed on a large sheet, and will be sold at 50 cents per copy. Advertisements should be handed in by this evening.

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Arrival of the California. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

Arrival of the California. The Steamship California, Capt. Budd, arrived off the mouth of San Francisco Harbor just after midnight on Sunday morning. At eight o'clock, A. M., she dropped anchor in the harbor. She sailed from Panama on the first inst., and brings no later files from .the States than those brought by tne Tennessee. Her dates are up to May 13th from New York and 15th from New Orleans. — She had specie on freight to the amount of $200,000 her passengers numbered 267. — There were two deaths on board, Mr. L. W. Walton and D. McGregor. Her mail was without doubt the largest ever brought to this State. It numbered 114 bags for California and 8 for Oregon. They came under the charge of James B. Devoe, Esq., Special Mail Agent. The California experienced much heavy weather on the trip She left at the Isthmus upwards of three thousand persons who were awaiting a passage for San Francisco. Country McCleester was on the eve of departure, and Tom Hyer and lady were expected at P...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

Miscellaneous. Important Mail Decision.— The Postmaster General has just decided, says the Baltimor.. Patriot, that the different departments of the Government are prohibited from sending letters and newspapers to officers and seamen in the navy, and United States officers in foreign countries, except those on official business from the departments. It has been the custom for many years for the friends of those persons to for ward private letters to them through the departments, instead of through the regular mail, and thus depriving that department oi thousands of dollars annually of its legitimate claims. We also learn that there°are thousands of letters now in Washington which will not he sent, as heretofore, through the departments. Baron de Menncval, formerly private secretary of the Emperor Napoleon, died at Paris lately, in the 73d year of his age. The widow of Marshal Bluchcr, whose name h as familiar in England as Germany, Jied on the 1 6lh at an advanced age, at her reside...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. Tuesday Evening, June 25th. Regular meeting. Present: President Hardenberg, Moore, McKenzie, Spaulding and Tweed. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Aid. Spaulding, from Committee on Hospitals anct Sick, reported — 6 admitted, 1 died 1 , 5 discharged, remaiuitig 24. On motion, received. Mr. Tweed gave notice to introduce at next regular meeting an ordinance, that all persons admitted into the City Hospital having means in their possession here, or property elsewhere, be required to give security for the payment of their attendance. Aid. Hardenberg, on part of Fire and Water Committee, reported an ordinance amendatory to one defining the duties of City Marshal, which was adopted. Aid. Tweed called for the reading of the Mayor's Veto Message. Mr Moore moved to postpone the consideration of said ordinance until next regular meeting. Carried. Aid Moore moved to take up the ordinance denning the duties of City Attorney — carried. On motion, it...

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From San Franciscj. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

From San Francisco. From the Pacific News. Accident in the Harbor.—Yesterday morning about 8 o'clock, the ship Utica, at the time attached to the Probus, was found to be on fire in the hole. The hatches were immediately closed, and she was taken over near the west point of Goat Island and scut tled, it being found impossible to extinguish the fire. The Harbor Master was present rendering prompt, and efficient aid. The Utica was owned in New York, and valued there at from 18 to $20,000. She was discharging her cargo, but had some eight or ten thousand dollars' worth not delivered. Her consignees, Messrs. Beach & Forry, are losers to a small amount oniy. She was insured. A Good Sign.—The gambling houses on the square were all closed yesterday. We hope this may be the beginning of the end. More Australian Ladies.—There arrived yesterday a vessel from Adelaide, New South Wales, with forty-six females on board. This beats the proportion from Yankee land. From the Alta Califor...

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For the Transcript TO SOPHIA—By Gltcus. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

For the Transcript TO SOPHIA— By Gltcus. One smile from thee ! One beam of blessed ray, To cheer my spirit in the hour of gloom When all along its cold and dreary way, No zephyrs wanton, and no flowers bloom Oue smile from thee ! One thought from thee ! One fond and fervent thought; To come across thy musings with a spell More strong than evening's solemn stillness fraught With the faint music of the vesper bell ! One thought from thee ! One sigh from thee ! One sigh, from the deep hush Of thy pent spirit, murmur'd soft and low ; As from the prison 'd nightingale a gush Of tuneful sorrow steals to tell its woe ! One sigh from thee ! One tear from thee ! One sympathizing drop ; — Wrung from the deep, deep fountains of Afl heart, w To mingle with the sorrows of my cup, 1 And take away its bitterness and smart! One tear from thee ! One word from thee ! One animating word ; — To bid the tempest-tost be bold and brave ; When to its lowest deep the soul is stiir'd, ' And hope's bright sta...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

MARINE NEWS. Poi't of San Francisco. ARRIVED. June 33d, ship Sieijrlitz. Holley, 207 days from New Bedford: ship Chailotte, Crosbv. 19-2 days fm Boston; brig- Jnniter, 6-2 days from Mazatlan. June 2-d, P M co's steamer California, Budd, ■2-2 ds fm Panama; barque Diantha, Wing-. l«8 ds fm Boston: barque Martha. Grace, 209 dsVm Portsmouth, N H; brig Eagle, Bastow, 194 ds fm Bath; brig Crocus, Bay, 197 days fm Bath; sclir Creole,, Weeks, 192 ds fm Baltimore; schr E A Slicer, JcsA sup. 200 ds fm do; schr Adeline, Lodge, 192 ds fm< New Orleans. BOOT AND SHOE STORE. THE subscriber would inform his friends and the public generally, that he has taken a store on J, near Front street, where may be found a general assortment of prime boots and shoes, wholesale or retail, at the lowest prices, among which are the following, viz: Gents' fine French calf, stout calf and kip and long leg double sole mining boots; fine and stout calf and mining shoes; French calf and patent leather gaite...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

Died, In this cilv. on thp 2?d inst .- of chronic Dysentery. Mr EDWARD M.MARTIN, formerly of Toledo. Ohio, aged "2!) years. ..,..,; f : •:■ In thi< oily. on the 94th nist., of consumption, j Mr. B KNJ A MIN. MARTIN, formerly of Ohio, ft ■tged If) years. .'7. At Ma«-v«vi!|e, about the 1 oth of Jlay, Mr. WM. FT _ CLARK, of Salem, Mass. [G^Salem Chicago papers please copy. ~ * ' ■■'•■ . V (Cr* If Mr. Adam B. Kitchen, of Boston, has arrived hi this city, he will piease call at this office for important information. je'2s-3t Fourth of July. O 7 * At a meeting of the Pacific Star Division No. 1, of the Order of the Sons of Temperance, held at their Hall on J street, June 20th, 1850, it was unanimously agreed to celebrate the coming Anniversary of our Nation's Independence, as an "Order,'^* counection with the citizens of Sacrameffl City generally. I PROGRAMME. The exercises will open at 10, a. m., in a suitable room — due notice will be given hereafter. Ist. Music — a National ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

• |p=- Notice.— The undersigned have been appointed * a committee 1 to -receive* donations in money to aid in establishing a Reading Room and Library for the t « Mercantile Library Association ■ of Sacramento." All persons desirous of promoting so laudable an enterprise will please call upft on either of the following gentlemen. ,:--- <--* ■ ■ ■r i.-:'-^f" "~ . r " J. C. ZABRISKfK, .- ¥• ■ ■ ' . B. R.-NICKKRSON, I ?■] -i: >J. L. L P.* WARREN, » v **t?^'m *** ' . Dr. McKENZIE, ' . ; je24 3t " „ JAMES QUEEN. •' : [£7=-The stockholders in the Free Press, and all > favorable to? its establishment, are requested to " meet at the Herkimer House,' in Fourth street, ■ south of J, on Wednesday evening next, the 2Glh inst. J C. EDWARDS, • ) ;.<;-^.: . JOHN PLUM BE. (Committee. je2s-2t JAS. McCLATCHY,) npHE COPARTNERSHIP hereto- • i,. ! fore existing under the firm and style of ■ Mellus, Howard & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual conse...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

THE COLUMBIA HOTEL, Situated on Second street, between land J' . J. C. PARKS, PROPRIETOR. : : -I'- ■ Breakfast from ; 7 to 9; Dinner from 1 to 2, Supper from 6to 8. ; - .-■.. . : je6 lm . ; Sutler Hotel. : Corner of ; First and X st., ■ Sacramento City. npHE undersigned would '- inform the public that he is now ready to accommodate all who may lavor him with their patronage, u-ion reason terms. Orlando Mcknight. N. B.—TO RENT-McKnight's Amen, can Hotel on X st. r rny9 3:; i CITY HOTEL,, ~~~ Front street, between I and J streets, SACRAMENTO CITY. J. S. FOWLER, PROPRIETOR. Breakfast, from 7 to 9 ; dinner, from 1 to •2 ; supper, from 6 h to 8 o'clock. apB 3m dr7imla~ke ep7~ (Formeily of Mississippi and Louisiana,) /^FFERS his professional services *-* to the citizens of Sacramento City and vjcinity. His office w II be found in iWerritt'e Frame Building, adjoining VVarbass 4- Co. s Exchange Office, on 2nd street, near J. jel4 lm W F PKETTYMAN E J BARROLL. J W WATERS. PRETTYMAN, BARROLL ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

AMUSEMENTS. Tehama Theatre ID*- For particulars see bills of the day, £1! •B_r*'The public are respectfully informed that Senora'Fanny Mariten, : the splendid Artiste and Danseuse. and Senor; Rossi, the Wonderful 1 Magician, are engaged and will shortly make their appearance at this Theatre. JET* V/axted — An Actress "and two or three Actors of unquestionable talent. No amateurs need apply. " je-Jl tf LEE'S EXCHANGE. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 26. New York Serenaders. >TIHE "New York Serenaders," af- ■*" tor a successful tour to the Sandwich Islands, have returned, and intend friving a series of entertainments at Lee's new and splendid Concert Room. The hall is well ventilated and capable of seating twelve hundred people. The performances will consist of Glees. Quartettes, Trios, Duetts, Solos, Negro Dancing and Conundrums. This band of Serenaders are the oldest band in the country; was organised at San Francisco in the Fall of 1843, and have been together since that time; w...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. THIS DAY, J. B. Starr fy Co. will sell a splendid lot of groods, just arrived per steamers Stnator, Gold Hunter and Hartford, and two other vessels, consist'ng as f.llows: 10,000 lbs Sandwich Island potatoes 200 half bbls family mess pork 500 sacks barley 50 qr casks brandy, from Custom House, with seal 80 kegs port win« 2000 lbs butter in kegs 100 cases claret 25 dozen chairs 40 boxes sperm candles 40 do champagne, best brand 50 cases brown stout 20 bbls whiskcv 5 kegs cherry bounce 2 boxes tin 100 cans sardines 100 do tomatoes 1000 lhs butter 5000 lbs rigging from bark Lagrano-c 1000 lbs l-.ams " 4000 lhs Navy bread 1 frame 20x28, I 1.2 stories. It Auction Sale of Valuable B,eal Estate, By J. B. Starr & Co , Auct's. On Thursday, June 27th, at 11 o'clock, a m.. will be sold on the premises, to the highest bidder, without reserve, as the parties that own the property are going to the states. One lot 20 feet front by 80 feet...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 26 June 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALL FOR SALE: T OT 8, square between L and M, "^"* and 4th and sth streets. Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and sth nlf. " 7, « M and N, and 4th and sth <10. " 9, « M and N, and 3d and 4th d«> " G 5 " N and O, and Ist and 2d do. " 5» " N and O. and 3d and 4th do. " 5, « o ar.d P. and 3d and 4«h do. o . e » " O and P. and 3d and 4th do. 3 rots between H and I, and 2d and 7th streets. 5 * " H and American Fork, and Ist \ and 10th streets. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, square betw. I and J, and 6th and 7th streets. Lot No. 2, M street, betw. 2d and 3d. (east halt " 3, L street, between 3d and 4lh. 1, 3VI street,, corner 10th. " 4, M street, corner 11th. " 1, Q street, corner 2<J. 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork eas t of 4th street. 100 lots between H and American Fork, eas t of 10th street. ' Lot 20 by 75 on the alley between Ist and 2d, and J and X sts, next to Messrs. Coates & Rivel ts. 3 lots, 20 by X), and buildings r...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 27. 1850. VOLUME I. NUMBER 49.

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