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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

K. A. PSARIS. '■■■<■' A. W. BROCKWAY pEARIS & BROCKWAY, Gro- [/*• cers and dealers in all kinds of provi■■lons and miners' supplies, No. 123 J street, benßveen Fourth and Fifth. At their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also be found a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines and Paints. Particular attention paid to. physician's prescriptions. •' ■>**- \ - 100 choice i TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Enquire as above. . ■ a *2? 3m • v: , George D. Nsegle, ■■■■ ■ BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, 1 SACRAMENTO CITY, trj7=-Is prepared to contract for all kinds of work -in masonry. Having S a good stock of bricks on hand, he is ready to erect . fire proof buildings, . 9 build ovens, put up chimneys,' set grates, or do * anything in his j line with which he may be favored. Residence, corner 11th and F. m293m • ■■ Barton Lee, (Formerly" Priest, Lee & Co) ESTATE AND BANKING OFFICE, On the east side of Second St., bet ween and J. WHOLESALE DEALER IN I•» V: 'LUMBER AND H...

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

TVarbass & Co., Successors to T.J.Henley Co. and Field & 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. ;.y/ I?.:. 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. tc Co. have purchased the large double safe formerly used by the Phcbiiix 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 &a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

Charles C. Sackett, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Office on 2d st, near K. BENJ. F. WASHINGTON, NOTARY PUBLIC. HAVING received his appointment from Gov. Burnett, under the act of the Assembly, creating and defining the duties oi Notaries Public, will give prompt attention to all business committed to his charge ; such as protesting notes, taking acknowledge, ments of Deeds, &c, &c. OFFICE — Up stairs, in the new building of Forshee, Booth & Co., on J street, be tween Third and Fourth. Sacramento city, May 11, 1850. tf Medical Partnei ship. DOCTORS T. J. WHITE and C. ■^ r 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 partijs can always be found, and the other at the counting room of Paul, White Sc Co. Dr. White's personal attention will, at all times, be devoted to such...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. Sutter Hotel and Furniture. DECIDEDLY the most valuable property in the city. The above hotel is delightfully situated on the Levee, overlooking the Sacramento river, between K 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 terms. For further particulars, apply to S. P. Dewey, on the premises. Sacramento City, May 20th, 1850. — m21 FOR SALE. SPLENDID FARMING AND GARDENING LAND NEAR SACRAMENTO. THIRTY ten acre tracts, immedi ately adjoining the limits of this city, upon the American Fork, and extending along the banks of this River tor two miles. This land offers the must beau'iful and healthy location, as a residence, in this vicinity ; aud for those desiring that their families should live a little retir...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

What a Noise Z ABOUT Buteville, Colusa, and Bute City — all at the head of steamboat navigation on the acramento, and en route for Redding'a 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 reception, 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. npHE new road from Culloma to •*• Georgetown, is now completed. A good team can draw 1000 pounds'morfc 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...

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Steamer Taper. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

Steamer Taper. Another paper will be issued from this office, prepared expressly for circulation in the United States, ni time for the mail ot* July first. Our steamer paper will contain a compilation of the news otthe country for the last month, and other local matter, that cannot fail to he interesting to the thousands in the stales who are looking towards California. A small portion of the steamer paper will be reserved for ihe benefit ol such advertisers as may wish their business cards circulated a;noi.;j 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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California ani the New York Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

California and the New York Herald. In the edition of the New York Herald, prepared for California, under date of May 13th, which we have just received from the States, we find an article with the caption of "California and her Destiny." We confess we are a little surprised that the Herald should so soon be influenced by a small set of, we know not what, men in California. The article is unworthy of a paper that is so extensively looked to as the Herald. It not only manifests a consummate ignorance with regard to the true state of affairs here, which we deem it our duty to expose, but a reckless readiness to use its columns for the injury of this young State, which will be perceived by our citizens with indignation and contempt. The article says: "California, in her legislative capacity, unrecognized yet by Congress, has drawn the sword, thrown away the scabbard, and seems resolved to be the first State or territory to commence the serious dissolution of this glorious and brilliant ...

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Later from Valparaiso. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

Later from Valparaiso. We have received copies of the iVlercantile Reporter, ot Valparaiso, to the 29th ult., two weeks later than our present advices. The resignation of Srs. Toronal, Rryes and Perez, the ministers, it was eared would create much difficulty, and that the Present would ha»e trouble in forming another cabinet. Since ti en, says the Rcporti r, Sr. Varas, a veteran statesman, of decided character, and threat influence, and Sr. Urrnento, educated in the United States, have filled their places and to the satisfaction of all parties. vVe notice in the issue of the 29th April, the following intelligence respecting steamers and vessels of war : Arrived on the 27th instant the American steamer New World. 26 days from Rio Janeiro. She reports having seen her Majesty's ships Enterprise and Investigator, in tow oi the British steamer Oregon, in the Straits of Magellan. These two vessels are part of the expedition in search of the expedition of Sir John Franklin, and may be expe...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

MARINE NEWS. (Break __________ ) Port of San Francisco. (Break __________ ) ARRIVED, June 24th, ship Oneko, Drew, 200 ds fm Boston via Juaa Fernandez 24th April. Mem. -- Barque Susan sailed from Panama for this port 1st May, with 110 passengers; after being 21 days at sea, she returned short of provisions and water; the captain sebsequently cut his throat and threw himself out of the cabin window.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

Died, In this city, on the 25th inst.. of rheumatism of the diaphragm. Mr. Timmas Thomson, formerly of England, aged 23 years. In this city, on the 25th inst . of chronic diarhrea, Mr. Edw Hozex, formerly of Wisconsin, aged 40 years. At Mississippi or Fisher's Bar. on the American river, May 31. Johw McCoy, of Lo well. Mass. The friends of ihe deceased may address Alden Southworth, Beal's Bar. Massachusetts papers please copy. "Whom ihe Gods love die young." On Saturday, Jane 22d, ISSO, at Surfer's Fort, Miss Martha McClelland, in ihe 14th year of her age. The death of a young person is always a melancholy theme. The deceased was just entering upon the bloom of womanhood, and such were her virtues that she was beloved by all who knew her. Amiability, gentleness and affection shone resplendent in her character, which blendrd with a modesty so pure and lovely, rendered her admired by a large circle of acquaintances. Death has taken a favoriie daughter and sister, and caused a void whi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

1, Op" If Mr. Adam B. Kitchen, of Boston, has arrived in this city, he will please call at this of- , . fice for important information. . '~: jv-p* je2s-3t : .^ ■ ; Fourth of July. ;O=. ■-■ ■KTT At a meeting of the Pacific Star DivimSn No. 1, of the Order of the Sous of Tern, j pierance, held at their Hall on J street, June' . 20th, 1850, ,it , was unanimously agreed to celebrate the coming Auniversary ,of our Nation's Independence, as an "Order," in connection with the citizens of Sacramento 1 City generally. '.fij'^V i- 1\ ".'.,.'• ; ; . a ; programme;. „ The exercises will open at 10, a. m., in a | suitable room — due notice will be. given v hereafter. I ; Ist. Music — a National Air. j ' : 2nd. : Reading " the reclaration of Inde--1 pendence — Hon. E. J. Willis, reader. ) . 3rd. Music. iji, 4th. Oration — J. C. Zabriskie, Esq., orator. } ( sth. Music— -Hail Columbia. V. At 12, m., the precession, under the direction of Benj. R. Nickerson, Esq , Marshal, and two assistants, will ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

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£ to 8 o'clock. . apB 3m Sutter Hotel. Corner of First and K st:, Sacramento City. THE undersigned would inform the public that he is now ready to accommodate, all who may favor him with their patronage, v on reasonable terms. orlanuo Mcknight. N. B.— RENT-McKnight's Ameri. can Hotel on X st. my 9 3 :i THE COLUMBIA HOTEL, Situated on Second street, between land J' J. C. PARKS, PROPRIETOR. r Breakfast from 7to 9; Dinner from Ito 2, Supper from 6to 8. j e 6 lm DR. IMLA KEEP, (Formeily of Mississippi and Louisiana,) /^FFERS his professional services " to the citizens of Sacramento City and vicinity. His office w II be found in ilferritt's Frame Building-, adjoining Warbass Co. s Exchange Office, on 2nd street, near J. jel4 lm W F PKKTTYMAN X J BAKROLL. JXV WATERS. PRETTYMAN, BARROLL & Co AUCTION $ COMMISSION MERCHANT...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

AMUSEMENTS. Tehama Theatre. GREAT ATTRACTION! First appearance of Senora Fanny Mantenand Senor Rossi. THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, Will be repealed the melo drama of The Rent Day, or Villainy Unmasked. Cachncha. Spanish Dance, by Fanny Manten. Ventriloquian scene between Senor Rossi and Mr Fairchild, as a Yankee Pastry Pedlar, with a Yankee story and song. National Hornpipe, by Fanny Manten, in full costume of a Yankee sailor. LEE'S EXCHANGE. THURSDAY EVEN INC, JUNE 21th. ffetv York Serenaders. TRICES REDUCED. 'TIHE "New York Serenaders," af- ■ ter a successful tour to the Sandwich Islands, have returned, and intend giving a series of entertainments at Lees 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 184^, and have been ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 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, 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 front, on the south side of J street, between sth nnd 6th sts. One house and lot, on the south side of J street, 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 Oiie lot -20 feet front by 75 deep, on 2nd street. between K and L streets. Two lots each 20 feet front by 80 feet deep, on Third street, between J and K. The terms are easy— they will be made known on t ne day of sale. A rare chance is here offered to business men as the lots are on the principal business street; i> nd centrally located. The titles are as good as can be had in California. j e22 Also — The s...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. T OT ,8, j square between L and M, ~". and 4th and sth streets. v : .-■'■ ; i.;.' Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and sth st*. - - 7 > " '. M and N, and 4th and sth do. '£, « M and and 3d and 4th dv * ■ 6, " N. and Oi and Ist f and i2d do. ••■■,. 5 i " N and O. and 3d and 4th "do. ; .2 ? " ° ard - a!>d and 4thdw. ai/ Jj " CT and P, and 3d and 4th do. 1 lots between and I. and 2d and 7th streets i.'a, H and American. Fork, and- Ist and 10th street.;. .: .:.,'o Lots 1, 2," 3 and 4 > square betw. I and and 6lh and /th street?. •■ .- >•'':)*-■ -•••-,*■.- ''.^ 3 * Lot No. 2, M- street, betw.\2d and 3d, (east halt ! V' L street between 3d and 4th. , 1, &l street, corner 10th. - ,• v " 4, M street, corner 11th. • '<-"' 1, (4 street, corner 2d. i« h}{U 50 ten acre tracts 011 the American Fork east of ith street.- ■ ---,*.—;../ i~, _„„.„ . ■ 100 lots between H and American Fork: east of 10th street....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 June 1850

BOOT AND SHOE STORE. /npHE subscriber would inform his I ■*■■ friends and the public generally, that he j 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 arc 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 gaiters; also, Ladies' gaiters, buskins and slippers; and children's shoes. Traders from the mines, and others, will find it for their advantage to call and examine the stock before purchasing elsewhere. T. S. MITCHELL. N. B. — T. S. M. would take occasion to gay that he has adopted the one price system, and in no case will depart from it. Je2o-1 in "JVOTICE. — Gentlemen wishing to acquire, the Spanish Language can receive all instructions from the undersigned, who has a thorough knowledge of the language, and is prepared to receive pupils in cl...

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