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GENERAL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
GENERAL NOTICES Religious Service 8. — Congregational Church, 6th street, between I and J — Rev. J.A. Bent on, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. ■. Methodist Episcopal Church, North, 7th st., between L and Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10£ o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m. Methodist Episcopal Cmrr.cH South, 7th st., between J and X— Rev. Mr. Penniman, Pastor. Divine servico every Sabbath at 10£ o'clock a. K. • Baptist Church, N. E. corner of 7th and L sts— Rev. James W. Capen, Pastor. Divino service every Sabbath at 10£ o'clock a. si. and 3 o'clock r. at. Roman Catholic Church, corner of 7th and X — Rev. John Ingoldsby, Pastor. Divine worship on* every Sabbath and Holiday, at 10£ o'clock a. X., and 4J p. m.; on other days at 7 o'clock a. m. Colored Methodist Church, 7th St., between G and H — Barney Fletcher, Pastor. Service every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a m, and 3 and 7 pm. Masonic tollies.— Tehama Lodge, No. 3, meet...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
; SAN . FHAIVCISCO CARDS. Binsliain.lteyiioSds.Bartlett&amp;Co, i .-iiil J i'i-\G AND CU.U'a. MJiitCHAisTS, \ Sansotne street, near Broadway, ap9 SAN FRANCISCO. Revere House, (Jon\ J. Uewie, Propriutor.) | On Montgomery st., bet. Commrrciai and Clay, apfl san Francisco. JO.YES' iiot;;i/, (DAVID JOKES PBOmEI »,) Corner oj California and Sanso?nc streets, - ap9 ' SAN FRANCISCO. DODGE &amp; co., EXPRESS MERCHANTS AND BANKERS. GOLD DUST SUPPED AT niK LOWESX RATES. Office Montgomery street, ap9 lm* SAIV FRANCISCO, Col. Croivcll. Haskell &amp; Co., SHIPPING AXJj CUM-MltiSlON BUSINESS, Clay street, crpafdc Leidcsdorff, ■ SAN FRANCISCO. Refer Clark &amp; Milne, Sac. City. apt) Henry B. Latitte &amp; Co., AUTIOJvEIiIi.6 &amp; GE.MitiAL UOMAUcSSIOjS ; Mi-JuCUA.nTS, Sansotne st., between Clay and Washington sts., SAN FRANCISCO, Cat. . &lt;; Days of sals — Tuesday, Xliuiv-Uay and Satur- j day^ • ap?) _ Henry H. llaiglit, ATTORNEY AT juAW &...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. JOSEPH R. . BEARD. JB.' STARR &amp; CO., Auctioneers and Conimis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. in 19 CLARK &amp; MILNE, Auction and Commission \J Merchants, Front st, between X and L. ml 9 PRETTYMAN &amp; BAR ROLL, Wholesale AucJL tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between J and X streets. ; - ml 9 2in RHODES, STURGES &amp; CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between J and j K. ml 9 ENSLEY &amp; MERRILL, Bankers and Exchange Brokers, 47 Second street, between J and K. ml 9 : Bankers. BEACH, WELLS &amp; CO., Bankers, J street, near Second. '= * ml!) lm BF. HASTINGS &amp; CO., Bankers and Commis- • sion Merchants. No. 51 J street. inl9 lw 7 HINKS &amp; MACE, Exchange Brokers, J street, next door above Crescent City Hotel. in2S lm* ARTHUR W. FOOTE, Exchange Bank',. 2d _CX street, between J and K. . m2S lm Bakers. WINKLE...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
BUSINESS CARDS: Hardware ; Merchants.' ASHLEY &amp; CO., Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron, Tin Ware, &amp;c, X street, 4 doors above Second street. : . :; ; &gt;o; . ' ; . ; ml 9 RA. ! KXOX &amp; CO., Wholesalo Dealers in • Stoves, Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street near 7th street. , ' 'ml9lm f ROBERT M. FOLGER,— Builders' Hardware, / Stoves, heavy Machinery, &amp;c.,— 222 J street, . between 7th and Sth sts. : in l9 2m | LORD, THOMPSON &amp; CO.; Wholesale Dealers in Stoves. Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J i street, between 4th and sth, north side. ' ; m l 9. lm JO!. ANDERSON &amp; CO., Dealers in Stoves, . Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 3d and 4th. uil9 lw : C; W." STILES &amp; CO.; Tinners, X street, be- . tween Front and 2d streets: ' m 24 lm " CARPENTER &amp; BLANCHARD, Wholesalo VV and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Paints, Oils, and Window Glass— street, between 3d and -lth. • Miles B. Cvrfenter. ' ; Jac...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. /./-^f v . FREEMAN &amp;COS EXPRESS, sMmfoifi* CONNECTING WITH ADAMS &amp;1 CO. to ' New Orleans, New York, ' '■■ "' ""' Boston, and all the principal cities and towns in the Atlantic States. : . ■ told Dust forwarded and insured against all risks. Freeman &amp; Co. alone are authorised to draw Bills of Exchange in Sacramento city on Ad.vis &amp; Co., who have offices in every State in the Union. They transmit ■ Treasure, Letters, Packages,- &amp;c, daily, between San &gt; Francisco, : Sacramento ' and Marysville, by the steamers Senator, New World and Gov. Dana, having safes in their Express rooms on board, which are accompanied by faithful and experienced mossengers. V . . ' ' The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sacramento city on the 14th and last day ■of every month. Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. Offices : Sacramento — between J and K. San Francisco— At Adams &amp; Co'a. Marysvill&...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 HAT&amp;fr - ' J. HATCH, -: WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, J street, between Fro.it and Second," south side, next door to the ''Empire," Sacramento city. \C3T All work warranted. ap22 j BOOK STORE. I T^ORREST &amp; BORDEN offer for sale at thcii 1. . establishment, on Second, near J streets— . I ■ Paper. Plain and white ruled letter; Plain and blue ruled do; Packet and commercial post; Tissue, blotting and wrapping. , -Account Books. Half bound journals, ledgers, records, cash and invoice books; Full bound do do do do do; Russia bound do do . do do do; Quartos, memorandums, paper and leather covers. Views. - Coloma, ! embracing site of (he first discovery ol Streets and full views of San Francisco; [gold; View of Sacramento; i Disappointed Lumber Merchant; The Grand Masquerade, &amp;c, &amp;c. Miscellaneous "Works. ; ■:'..■■■- ".■.■ I Colton's Three Years in California; Shakspeare's works, in different bindings; Byron's r : do; Moore's . do...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. • CAR.V PEEBELS. PRESTO.V 11. LES. JOS. P. HA3IELI.V MISSOURI STORE. PEBBELS. LEE &amp; CO.. Denlors in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobacco, and Miners' Tools. Store on south side of J streot» I in the brick building, above 4th. ml 9 &gt;• &gt; NEW BOOKS I NEW BOOKS : : 2000 NOVELS!! JL ST received by this steamer the best assortment tf ever offered for salo in this city, among which may be found — ' " . The Woodman, the Forgery, Henry Smeaton, Mary of Burgundy, Count Do Castelneu, &amp;c, &amp;c, by j James: Count of Monte Chriito, Diana of Moridor; Iron Mask, Three Guardsmen and 'Sequel, Gencvieve, &amp;c, by Dumas; the History of Pendennis, by W M Thackeray; Horace Tcmpleton, Charles U s - Malley,' Knight 'of Gwynne, &amp;c, by, Lever; Handy Andy, by Lover; First and True Love, by George Sand; The Convict, Ned Buntline's Last, Stanfield Hall, &amp;c. by J P Smith; Pictorial History ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
: We arc now prepared to accommodate the Public with every variety of Job.Pkintlnr, having an excellent supply of Job Type ami Fancy Borders. . Having procured a fine assortment of Double Enamvllcd Card*, we arc also pnijuired to print Cards I n a very superior style, and at the most "reasonable prices. . . .lon Work* (Inn.- in colors, when desired. Blanks of every description printed on the short- : cut notice, and in the neatest style. »2"I)r. Wm. Edwin Coiaieb is our authorised Agent at San Francises. . - I&gt;R. S. T. Waits lias kindly consented to become our agent at Mary.-villo. Our friends in that quarter will have prompt attention paid to their orders by leaving them at hid office, corner of Front and I) streets. B3" Messrs.' Cni:\r&gt;&lt;. Heed &amp; Co.. arc our agents at Georgetown. Anything entrusted to their enre will be promptly attended to. K3~ J. M. SiiEruEKp is our authorised agent at Fremont. Ka~ Messrs. Ham &amp; Little, ar...
WHIG TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
WHIG TICK ET. For Mai/or — Joseph H. Nkvett. For Recorder William 11. McGiEW. For City Attorney — J. Neeley Johnson. For Marshal — Wm. S. White. For Assessor — Samuel R. McKee. For City Treasurer — Wm. R. McCuacken. For I far for — John Requa. For Council men. Ist. Ward — A. Haines. " ' : J. P. Harley. l! l - Richard C'IIKF.NKUT. 27. Ward — Carey Peebels. •• " E. D. Kennedy. • " " Addi^ox Martix. Zd. Ward Gabriel M. Duval. " " Gen. C. J. Hctciuxson. • ; '•• L. B. Patciiix. WHIG CENTRAL COMMITTEE. • At a meeting of the Whig Central Committee, held Monday Evening, April 28th, 1851. the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved, That the Whig Central Committee, and through them the Whig Party of Sacramento City and County, do hereby tender their thanks to the Editor and Proprietors of the ' ; Union, for the prompt and cheerful manner in which they have responded to the wishes of the Whig Party, in making their paper a Whig journal. Resolved, That we do constitute and ad...
Wilier Mass Mcctius:. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
Wilier Mass Mcctius:. The \\ higs nf the city, will meet in MAS&gt; MEETING, on This (Tuesday) Evening, the 20th inst., at the Orleans House, on On Wednesday Evening, the 30th inst., at the Horse Market. On Thursdoy Evening. May Ist. on the Public Square, corner of Tenth and J streets. On Saturday Evening. May 3d, at the Orleans House. By order Whig Central Committee. E. J. C. KEWEN, Chairn. A. C. MONSON, YiccChn. James Qceen. ) c . J. A.CocswjiL,] Sec &gt;
Onr Portion. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
Onr Portion. A cheerful submission to the wishes of the | ; gentlemanly proprietors of the Union and a I jast response to the earnest desire of a large j number of our kind and liberal patrons, make it our pleasant duty to assume the ap- 1 parel of party and to avow our full and em- . phatic faith in the Whig organization of Cal- ; ifornia — our abiding and living interest in the Whig party of the great American Union. W e have not considered it proper to strenuously resist the appeal made to us, and do not now regard it as judicious or congenial , to K*gre't the transmutation. No, having ! consented to the coalescence, having extended the right hand of warm fellowship to the jrarty, having had our mind reimbued with old sentiments of political preference — suppressed but with difficulty — we do most cheerfully leave the preternatural position of neutrality, and pledge ourselves to the vindication of those doctrines of State which we believe, with all the ardor of implicit con- i fi...
THe Condition of tUc Party. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
THe Condition of tUc Party. It is with no small gratification that we ■ are able to congratulate the Whigs of Sac- ! ran c lto City, upon a universal harmony of j feeling throughout the party— upon a strong determination of every member of the party to do their utmost to improve upon their for- : mer conquests. We know that for a while the Democrats j were making no small calculations upon the fugitive signs of disaffection which followed j the nominations : but unfortunately for them, j any dissatisfaction which Was at the time ! exhibited, was but the sudden reaction of an impulsive temperament., which betokens an energy difficult to contend with, and which requires but the reflection of a calm moment to make it ten thousand times more vigorous in defence of the party causing the disaffection, than any strength previously exhibited. It is an easy matter to appreciate the temporary dissatisfaction which supervene upon the nominations of a political party, far there are always too m...
Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
Common Council. Monday Evening, April 28, 1851. The Council met last evening in regular j session. The President presiding. Reading of minutes and regular order of business dispensed with. Aid. Berry offered the following resolution: j "Resolved — That when the Board adjourn, they adjourn to meet again on Wednesday evening next at 3 o'clock." Adopted. Aid. Berry offered the following resolution: 'Resolved, That a committee be appointed who shall receive all claims of property holders on K~ street, for amount of money they have paid for improvement of said street, and report to the Council on Wednesday evening next. " Adopted— and the following gentlemen appointed said committee: Aldermen Berry, ' Spalding and Cogswell . Aid. Spaldiug offered an Ordinance amon- ! datory to Section 21 of an ordinance rel- | ativc to unlawful injurious practices in the i streets and public places. Which was passed. Hospital report for week cuding March 28th, was received. Admitted during the week 4; Di...
BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Tlironsh. Freeman &amp; Co.'* Kxprcss. The New World arrived at her landing this morning at \% o'clock, bringing 113 the San Francisco papers. Tut: Elkction. — The Picayune says : At ten o'clock, the Whigs were ahead at \h? First Ward poll, the only doubtful one in the city. From Oregon. — The trial of Kean for the murder of Wm. Coox, was to have taken place on the 23d. Dr. John McLaughlin waa recently elected Mayor of the city of Portland. Oregon. The Balance says : A correspondent of the Stockton Journal — the editor, we prcsumo — writing from this city, asserts that General Morehead is one of the party reported to have gone to Lower California, with revolutionary intentions. From the Balance we learn that a difficulty took place between the Americans and Mexicans at AiTgel"s Camp, in the progress of which, two of the latter wore* killed and several wounded. Legislative — The Senate, on 24th hist., passed the Assembly bill entitled an act to amend a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
THIRD WARD WHIG MEETING. The Whig nominating committee for the Third Ward, met in convention on Saturday j evening the 2 Jtli inst.. at the I'nited States ! Hotel. The meeting being organized, the \ following gentlemen were unanimously chosen as nominees for Councilmen : Gabriel M, Duval, Gen. C. J. Hutchinson. und L. B. Patchin. On motion of Mr. Duval it was Resolved, That the proceedings of this convention be published in the columns of the "Union." R. ROBINSON, Ch'mn. J. P. Wallace, Soc'y.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 April 1851
AMUSEMENTS. TEHAM A" THE ATRE; &gt; Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J.H. Kirby. .Managers. Stage Director Mr T S Campbell The Grand Fairy spectacle of the Forty Thieves In which Mrs. Klrby will «pp»r. With the laughable : farce of The Omnibus ! in which-Mr W F Pritchard, from the Theatres of the ; United States, will make his first appearance as .- Pat Rooney. . ' ,'•/ . This (Tuesday) Evening, Atbil 29th, 1851, Will be presented the successful romantic fairy tale of Eastern Enchantment, entitled THE FORTY THIEVES! Or, The Banditti of the Black Forest. " To conclude with the Laughable Farce of THE OMNIBUS. - V -, ' Pmces— Private boxes and dress circle —$3 00 Boxes .... ...;.- 2 00 '■.tl'y; . Pit ...7:...... 100 M AY BALL., '[■'•:. TO BE GIVEN BY SACRAMENTO EXGIXE COMPANY, . *~0. 3, AT THE ORLEANS HOUSE, On Friday Evening, May »d, 1851. COMMITTEE. Joseph R Beard, Charles B Hazeltine, Freeman McGilvery, Richard N Berry, 11 0 Sclfridge, . Thos. Ilasam,. . *. . John C. Barr. -. . COMMI...