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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

B. Lee & Cornwall, (Formerly Priest, Lee & Co.) EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE AND BANKING OFFICE, On the east side of2d st. between l and J sts. "BILLS OF EXCHANGE on all parts of the United States for sale. Money loaned on good security. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit, and a general banking business done. BARTON LEE. PIERRE B. CORNWALL. Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. IT. 8. Mail. PASSENGER and TRANSPORTATION LINE OF ASPINWALL STEAMERS. Fare to San Francisco ..... $20 " Yuba city and Marysville ..... 15 Fare from San Francisco to Marysville... 35 No charge for sleeping accommodations. Until further notice will run as follows, viz : The first class steamer "Hartford" will leave for San Francisco every Saturday, at 8 a. m , precisely. The steamer "El Dorado" will leave for Yuba city every Tuesday at 1 p. m , and returning will take her departure each ensuing Friday, at 8 a. m. The steamer "Sacramento" will run in connection with the "Hartford" from this place ...

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
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Labor in California. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

Labor in California. "The dignity of labor" is a phrase with which every one in the United States who has grown to manhood is familiar. But although labor is better protected in our own fair land than in any other part of the world, it has, in a great degree, been unable to sustain the dignity it claimed and deserved. How different is it in California. Here the laborer - asks his own price, and his beck commands capital. No chartered institutions have monopolized the great avenues to wealth : no aristocracy, grown proud from the long possession of exclusive privileges, can obtain a foothold or assert supremacy. Circumstances have established a level, in which it is honorable to be, from which every one has an equal chance to rise, and where merit. is the only sure guarantee of success. - It is true, many. who left their homes a few months ago, have met with extraordinary success, g which fto c some may appear to give them an advantage ; but he who views matters in their true light c...

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ful c rest ing and Important from Deer Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

ful c rest ing and Important from Deer Creek. We have just seen an acquaintance from Deer Creek, Mr. B. Holland, who came down in the last steamer from above. He has been mining in the Deer Creek region ; from which he brings us intelligence of the discovery of a new mine, and other information of a highly interesting and important character. The Deer Creek diggings, ho says, are very productive. But the miners have not done much in the bars of the creek, on account of the high water caused by the melting of the snows. The snow, however, has now passed away, leaving the spurs of the mountain range and all the lower hills bare. And as the melted snow Mas passed entirely off into the river beds, many of the ravines can no longer be worked on account of the want of water, so that miners are gradually leaving the dry diggings in that vicinity. Mr. Holland has been working for some time past in the ravines, and has, in common with most there, been fortunate. After working two weeks — whi...

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Improvements on Second Street. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

Improvements on Second Street. It is really encouraging to note the rapid- ity with which improvements go on in Sacramento, since we have had settled weather. Within a few days, Second street has undergone quite a metamorphosis, and a goodly number of large well constructed buildings are completed, or rapidly approaching that point ; buildings tasty and handsome in their outward appearance, well calculated to ornament our city, Above J, on Second street, there are four of this description. The new building on the corner above the theatre, owned by Messrs. B. Lee & Cornwall, designed for the Post Office, is nearly finished, and stands in agreeable contrast with the ruins of the old adobe opposite, showing how rapidly the customs of our own race are doing away with the former occupiers of the soil. The Tehama Theatre, a pile of itself, only needs a little outside polish to give it an imposing appearance. A little nearer J street, two other twostory houses have arisen withi...

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New Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

New Diggings. A discovery has been made in the vicinity of Nevada, which has thrown the mining community of that section of the State into excitement. New and very rich diggings have been discovered, to which the name of " Gold Run" has been given. The, diggings are on the other 'side of Ihe creek, opposite Nevada. The claims are all taken up, and the owners of them sold them at from five to sixteen and eighteen thousand dollars a piece. This is at least an indication of their richness. Those miners that are so fortunate as' to hold ~claims,~fecl confident that their fortunes will be made in a few months. This rich mine was only found after the discoverer had dug some ten feet down. — Unfortunately for the holders of claims, there is no water there, so that the men will be compelled to spend the whole season on the spot in comparative idleness, in order to keep possession of their claims. It will be necessary for them also to work them once in seven days. They are making every prepa...

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with the Indians. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

with the Indians. The Rough Sf Ready Diggings are situted on Deer Creel?, below the town of Nevada. The Indians in the vicinity have for some time back troubled the whites by stealing their cattle. The miners became more and more exasperated, and finally a party Was formed, who went out in search of the depredators. The whites are also coniinually stealing cattle and mules on the road. The last news was a rumor that the thieves had been found, and that twenty-five of the Indians had been killed. Fatal Affray. — By a gentleman who arrived in this city on Wednesday evening, we learn that an affray took place at Bird's Store, on the Middle Fork, on Monday last, in which two lives were lost. It appears that two men, one named Thomas White, the other Helm, got into a dispute about a game of cards, in the midst of which White drew a revolver, and shot flelm through the neck, killing him im mediately. He then turned upon a brother of Helm's, who it seems had been involved in the difficulty...

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From San Jose and the Legislate. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

From San Jose and the Legislate. In the Senate on the second inst. the bill from the House, to regulate proceedings in criminal cases, after undergoing amendments, was read three several times and passed. The Senate concurred in the Assembly's amendment to an act to regulate the Senatorial and Assembly districts, and refused to recede from their amendments ing Roads' and Highways. An act in relation to gaming, on motion of Mr. Green, was postponed until the 31st of December next. On the same day, in the Assembly, a message was received from the Governor, informing the Assembly that he had signed an act concerning lawful fencep, fyc, and an act to incorporate the Gity of Monterey, an act prescribing the mode of assessing and collecting the public revenue, an act to ' establish a standard of weights and measures, and an act to change the name of Wm. H. Smith to Wm. Smith Hosford. Se^-j nate bill entitled An Act relative to the mont v^^ of account of this State, was read a third time a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

Q3P*The public -are indebted to Mr. James Anthony, for his kindness and kfficieacy in procuring for us, at the Jrliest moment, the election returns f Sacramento county. We tender to him our aincerest thanks.

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More Steamers'for ti*e Pacific. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

More Steamers for the Pacific. —A late New York Herald says:— Messrs. Howland & Aspinwall dispatch, forthwith, a neat little sidewheel steamer, built expressly for the Pacific, and is designed to ply between the Island of Toboga, the depot for the Pacific mail steamers, and Panama. The company will also, in a few days, send the fine steamship Carolina to the Pacific. She is intended for the regular line between San Francisco and Panama. The company will have, in sixty days from this, six splendid vessels on the Isthmus route. The Boston Chronotype says: "Mr. Clayton (one of the Ministers,) is nettled at the continued attacks on him in the New York Herald, and indignantly writes to have his paper discontinued. The paper is sent him free, and the Herald refuses to be stopped. "He requires good advice," says the editor, "and it shall be no fault of ours if he does not get it." Stage Line to Sas Jose.—We learn that Messrs: Ackerley & Mauri son have established a ...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. .biolbsS ARRIVED. nisM o£r i 7th. ship Commerce, of and 174 days from Philadelphia: ship Richmond, of and 156 days fa* Boston; ship r Monsoon, ScuddeT. of and 158 days from Boston: ship Senator, Coffin, of and 129 ds from New YorK; ship Birmingham, jWinship, of anl 156 days from Bath, Me; bark Chase, Ricketson^of N£W Bedford, fm 1 Fayal, Sept 9; bark Success; Daly, of and 140 Boston; bark Sarah ■Warren, Curtis, 175 ds fm Portland; ba-k Domingo,.l4s days fm Portland; brifr Perfect, Stackpole, . 135 days from Camden; schr Maryland, 1 Torrin, of •and 149 days from Baltimore; schr Lamartine, J Brown, ■ 144 days from Boston; > schr John S tory, Walkeri.l7o days fm Wilmington, NC: schr Elizabeth, 160 ds,fm New York. ,^ "," * „ f } 5 April s.hip Cordova. Winson. 194 days from Boston; Eng ship Ada, Watson, 200 ds fm Calais. 1 Me; tFr ship Espadon, Chevanton, 126 days from Havre; bark f Glencoe, Abbott, 147 ds Banpor; brig Zoroaster, Handy, 1 70...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

Hook asd Ladder Co., No. I.— p^ffe members of the Company are requested to . meet at the Court House, Fourth street, near J. , on Saturday evening next, at 7 o'clock, on business of importance. Punctual attendance is requested. By order of D. STRONG, Foreman. Hswrv G. Lanolev, Secretary. It

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

Religious Notice - The Rev. Mr. Kalloch, (Baptist,) from the city of Augusta, Me., will preach in the Masonic Hall, L street, next Sabbath, at 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 p.m. HEWES, SELOVER & CO. Central Wharf, San Francisco. Wholesale Dealers in provisions, groceries, wines, and liquors. S. HEWES. A. A. SELOVER. J. H. CUTTER. Medical Partnership. 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 parties 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 devoted to such cases as may be entrusted to his care. NOTICE. — The copartnership existing between Peyton, Cornet & McCarver, will expire by mutual agreement on the first day of May, 1850. All persons indebted t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

B. LEE & CORNWALL, Exchange Brokers 5 Banker^ au AND DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE, ] Office, on 3d street, East side, between I and J. streets. f.^ .— .>^^^> . aps 3inos Howe's Olympic Circus. | AVING made arrangements •*"*• Messrs. Petit <$r Queen, by which the Pacific Theatre has been procured, the onj dersigned, proprietor and manager, would respectfully n anuonnce to the public of ; Sacramento City, that he intends * opening 3 the Olympic Circus fj in the above fi mentioned theatre, on or & about the first day of next month. 3 t-n^oiiio JOSEPH !A. ROWE. J Sac. City, April 9, 1850. encisi aplO tf j \ |||UILDING HARDWARE, ta ,v Silver, Brittania, Plated, and Japanned ware, Table and Pocket cutlery, , Looking Glasses, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Beots and Shoes, house furnishing goods of every variety, and in fact, a general . assortment „ of fancy and ; staple goods of every character, can be found at i I PAUL, WHI...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

AUCTION SALES. assi By J. B. Starr & Co« -7 1* * ■JJ REAL ESTATE~A~T~AUCTION. v ; On Tuesday, April 16, 1850, mU3 i ' Will be sold at our auction room, a number ', of choice Lots in San Francisco, Sacramento \ City and > Marysville. iwiaitiVi>^ '?? it " UJ \ , N. B. All persons who have a t desire to offer any Real Estate, will please render their schedule > three days previous to the sale. | Administrator's Sale. oo^ \ XJUTLiL be sold at public auction, by S^fMM^m Co., at their sales room, i on Thursday, 16th inst., at 11 o'clock, A. M., two valuable city lots, the corner of r 6th and I streets, a each 20 by 60 feet l Terms Cash. WJ- >l:ol :o WM. S. JOHNSON, v ; Administrator Estate S. C. Grosvenor, deed. - Sacramento City, April ft, 1850. aplO 3t j QN CONSIGNMENT.— 50 cases ; French brandy — 40 do claret — 50 casks ' Byass' ale — cases gm— -40 ; cases assorted candy — 60. boxes tobacco. All of the above ' will be sold low, to...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

CITY HOTEL, Front street, between I and J streets, SACRAMENTO CITY. The patronage of the travelling public is very respectfully solicited. Newspapers from the East, of the latest dates, kept constantly on hand. Boarding by the day and week. The charges will :be reasonable. ap8 3m HpO Whom "d it map Concern. All Trunks, Goods, Guns, &c. left on storage with the subscribers, by the " Pioneer Line, "' if not called for by the 1st day of May will be sold to pay charges. SUYDAM 6c GALLOWAY, J street r above 4th. a 5 3tw* j "REMOVED. Angle & Cos. Ex- ■- *. press removed to street, first door from the corner of 2d , street. \ Letters, packages, i gold dust, &c: received and • forwarded to San : : Francisco, Marysville,- Coloma- and Georgetown Also, Packages and Gold pbJst ; to any part 'of tho united States and Europe. , Gold Dust bought and sold. Money received on ■deposit. Exchange on New York on reasonable terms. "b'j^Prl tf* JVTE W YORK and Californi...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

MISCELLANEOUS.

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SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

SONNET. f*^ T "5~ T ~f\ &*n « r"\m * /*"* fb ?*i * ft II ■ I 1 »*T UkIHDOS. There is a fearful grandeur in the Deiep, When With swelling cheeks the storm leaps Upon its surface, lashing with a frown [down Its quiet form. Tt rouses from its sleep Majeciic ; slowly, and with solemn sweep Roll off its waves before the wind, that moans Around pur straining vessel, as she foams iier bpiling way along the sea. Stars keep JV6 ▼ig'Hs ihro' the night ; her frighted form . Behind the clouds the hurrying moon has slid; While swells the uproar of the howling storm, In strains of music wild and grand, — amid Which fan be heard the waves' terrific tread, 'Trancing "the soul with reverential dread ! Off Cape Horn, June, 1849.

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A Bill to Incorporate Sacramento City. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

A Bill to Incorporate Sacramento City. The people of the State of California, reprejl sented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : Section I. 0 All X that tract of land tying within the limits and boundaries hereinafter ': mentioned, that is to say : Begin ing at the junction of the American Fork with the Sacramento river ; ji thence down said Sacramen- . to river to V street as designated on the map or plan: of acramento City, on file in the Recorder's office in said city ; thence along said ~ V street east :to t the point where said V street intersects Thirty-First street, as designated on said map ; thence along the said ThirtyFirst l street 1 ' until the same intersects the American Fork ; thence along the American Fork to the . place -of I beginning ; [ the said E boundaries '. extending ;to , he i middle of said Sacramento river and American Fork, shall henceforth be known by the name of Sacramento City, v;,, J,: - J^% -*— Sec. 2. For the government of said city there ...

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