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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 28 June 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. LOT 8, square between L and M, and 4th and 5th streets. Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and 5th sts. " 7, " M and N, and 4th and 5th do. "8, " AT and N, and 3d and 4th do " 6, N and O. and 1st and 2d do. " 5, " N and pi- and 3d and 4th do. " 5, " O and P. and 3d and 4th do."8, " O and P, and 3d and 4th do. 8 lots between H and I, and 2d and 7th streets. 50 " H . and American Fork, and 1st and 10th streets. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, square betw. I and J, and 6th and 7th streets. , v Lot No. 2, At street, betw. 2d and 3d, : (east half. " 3, L street, between 3d and 4th. " 1, M street, corner lot Jr. " 4, M street, corner 11th. " 1,- Q street, corner 2tf. 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork east of lth street. 100 lots between IT and American Fork, east of iOth street. Lot 20 by 75 on the alley between Ist and 2d, md J L and X sts, next to Messrs. Coates & Rivetts. 3 lots,- 20 by 80, and buildings, on -d st near M The above will be sold at moderate ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 28 June 1850

A. P. Petit . CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, IS now ready to receive and make out specifications and plans for buildings of all kinds. He will also furnish materials necessary for the erection of all kinds of buildings. Stores, bar rooms, etc., fitted up neatly at short notice. He has also a general as sortment of four panneled inch-and-a-half doors, with and without mouldings ; and other sash for windows, glazed and unglazed. Can be found at his residence on L street, next to the store of & Brannan & Co. N. B — A. P. Petit has established a brick yard, and is prepared to contract for building brick houses, and for furnishing bricks in quantities to suit purchasers. aplO-3m BOOT AND SHOE STORE. HPHE 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 F...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 28 June 1850

NEW LINE FOR SACRAMENTO CITY, MARYSVILLE AND TRINITY MINES. THE new, fast running and substantial steamer Major Tompkins, Captain J. T. Morrill, will leave Clark's Point, San Francisco, for Sacramento city on every Tuesday and Friday morning, at 10 o'clock A.. M. Freight and passengers taken at the lowest rates. 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 lreight and passengers can be sent through direct to any of the upper towns, without any detention at sacramenlo city. Goods for shipment by this steamer received at all times on board the storeship Tahmaroo free of charge; and orders left with the undersigned, agents, will receive immediate attention. LOCKE £ MORRISON, Howison's Pier, foot of sacramento st, OGDEN Sj HAYNES, Clay street wharf, san Francisco. At sacramento, to captain on board. jl2tf TJISSOLUTION.— The copartner- -*-^ ship heretofore existing between the subscri...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 28 June 1850

Pacific Mail Steamship Co., Connecting with the U. States Mail steamers Cherokee and 'Philadelphia at Chagres. The Pacific Mail steamship Company?s steamer CALIFORNIA , Lieutenant T. A. Budd commander, will leave for Panama touching at the usual ports, on Monday, July 1st, 1850, at 4 p. 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 Chagres on arrival of the passengers and treasure: '•: • The undersigned are prepared to give drafts on Messrs. Howland & Aspinwall, New York on the most favorable terms, and have open policies of insurance by each steamer to the extent of $500,000, to cover shipments of gold dust to the United States on the Bank of England je-22 St ROBINSON, BISSELL & CO. For San Francisco. JUNE ARRANG...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 28 June 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. A CALIFORNIA BOOK. -The second edition of "California as it, and as it may be, or a Guide to the Gold Regions," by Dr. F. P. Wiezbicki,- of San Francisco, with additional pages; entitled "Medical Observations upon the People and Country." Every new. comer ought to possess one of these books, as the information he gains from it will save him much time and expense. Price only $1 For sale at all the Bookstores, and by the "Publishers. STILL & CONNER, je22 1w Corner of Clay and Dupont sts. SIMMONS, LILLY & CO. may be found at their new warehouse, sacramento street wharf. San Francisco, June 17, 1850. je!9-tf S. BRANNAN'S OFFICE has been removed to the new store of Osborn & Brannan, corner of Bush and Sansome street, san Francisco. je19 tf REMOVAL of the PIONEER BOOK STORE. — Marvin & Hitchcock have removed to the Herald Buildings, in Montgomery street, near Clay, where they will continue to keep a complete assortment of Stat...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 28 June 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. CORNER of CLAY and DUPONT streets, (near the Post Office, S*.n F.JtM cisco— W. H. PARKER & CO., proprietor^ Breakfast from half past seven till ten o'clocl^B a. m. Dinner at five o'clock p. m. Tea at jB seven o'clock p. m. Supper from nine to ten, I O'clock P. 41. San Francisco, April 1. — 3m Haven & Livingston, SAN FRANCISCO, in connection with LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO., New York, will receive, forward and insure Gold Dust to the United States, Europe, &c. Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on New , York, Boston and Philadelphia. Packages and parcels taken until the latest hour. Consignees' letters taken free. HAVEN & LIVINGSTON, , Montgomery street, near California, opposite the new Custom House, <San Francisco. apl -3m ADAMS & COS EXPRESS, for -^*- New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D. C, and all the princi- J pal towns in the United tates. Gold dust bought ; also fo...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT VOLUME I SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 89. 1850. NUMBER 51.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

; , ._'r Barton .. . ■ _"'*." (Formerly Priest, Lee & Co.) ■/ ~URrE AiLyE S T.A TE OFFICE, gwOnthe east side of Second St.. between I and J. PfirHOLESALE DEALER IN <;*"& LUMBER AND HOUSES.— A lib- ■■■■ eral rate of interest allowed ; on permanent *' deposites. -^ ' , ' ; aps 3m !'•*;■ A. PEABIS. ''; ' " a. W. brockway pEARIS & BROCKWAY, Gro-z-17. .-■;! cers , and : dealers in all kinds of provi- .. sions and miners' supplies, No. 128 J street, befwecn 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 TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Enquire as above. 4 - a 27 3ra ' s iifi-j ;i: George'- D. IVae^le, ;.[ BRICKLAYER i AND BRJCKMAKER, I ; < v -\ SACRAMENTO CITY, • .. * J tC?-f« prepared to contract for all kinds of work • in masonry. -'Having' a good stock of bricks on...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

Warbass & Co., BANKERS, ; EXCHANOK BBOKERS AND REAL ESTATE AGENT*. J Corner of Second and J/sts.', Sacramento City. |?XCHANGE for sale on N. York, -■-* Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. ••' :" r r 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 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, v . «V,/ t WILLIAM S. HEYL, ;';. JOHN F.MORSE. ■References in Sacramento City Hardin Bigelow, Esq.; S. Brannan & Co.; Burnett & Ro...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

» ■.'-■■■ - Office on 2d at, near K. jes Irn BEM '^f- WASHINGTON, 1 NOTARY PUBLIC. : ; ' • TJAyING. received his appointment a from Gov. Burnett, under the act of the Assembly creating and defining the duties of Notaries Public, will give prompt attention to I all business committed to his charge ; such as protesting notes, taking acknowledgements of Deeds, &c, &c. ; " ;..'=•• - v „;,* OFFICE — Up stairs, in the new building ; o. Forshee, Booth At Co., on J street, between Third and Fourth. •'/ ; - y • sacramento city, May 1 1 i 1850. : si- : tf . :B°Sfers^BsS?Ki'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. r Dr. White's personal attention will, at all times, ; be dev...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

; > 1 -!^ '- : - V I?) FOR SALE. - ; ■'-"'- ' - : SPLENDID FARMING AND GARDENING mmPTV? SACRAMENTO. : • ynHIRTY ten acre tracts, 1 immediately } ately adjoining the limits of this city upon the American * Fork, and - extending along the banks of ; this River for two miles. • This land , offers^the r most beau' if and healthy location, aB a residence, in this vicin. ity ;< and for those desiring that "■'= their families should live a little retired from 1 the dust and heat of the city, on the shaded banks, and by the ' cool /waters of J the V American Fork, they A can build - themselves a ' home which will be an enviable , one. The nature of . the soil here, also, ■ for < agricultural purposes, is equal to any in the world ; and from its immediate proximity to this ! market, the Gardener will find that every acre which he tills .there will produce a golden harvest," unparalleled in any other diggings. Withal, it is but a short walk from the business p...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

American River Hotel. ' By DAVID W. ALDRICH, 'JIHIS new and commodious house, . „N withN with furniture new throughout, is now open for the reception of boarders. The house is situated at the mouth of the American river, upon the highest ground ; and in point of health, comfort and convenience, possessing advantages over any other location iii' the city. The table and bar wil be supplied with the best the city affords. There will also be a reading room in connection with the house, in which will be found all California, and a variety of papers from the states.,'- "\\ . Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. apl^m WINTER'S • HOTEL, " Main street, 1 Columa, El Do; ado co. Winters $ Crummey, Proprietors. „- THIS long established and commo- : * dious Hotel has been thoroughly repaired and refitted this season, and will vow fur. nish accommodations of the first order. .. Th» chambers are large and airy, as w«li as pleasantly situated. The table will 'be supplied with everything the market affor...

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Tli© Prospect. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

The Prospect. For a month or two back the trade of San Francisco and Sacramento City with the mines and mining towns has been comparatively dull. The truth is, the placeres have been pretty well stocked with provisions and other necessary articles of consumption.— The waters have been so high as to check the labors of the miners and there has been a general holding over for the melting of the snows. The fact that there have been no additions to the mining population from overland emigration and that very many have tarried in our cities until operations shall recommence vigorously in the Diggings, also goes to show why the demand from the mountains has not been greater, and to account for the want of life evident in the mercantile world. But a different state of things is dawning upon us. The snows have melted to a considerable extent, the Sacramento River has furnished an outlet for the down-flowing waters, and rich diggings are rapidly becoming accessible. The effect of this is evi...

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Messrs. Howard &, Son, of the Empire City [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

Messrs. Howard &, Son, of the Empire City line, have contracted for the building of a new steamship, to ply from Panama to San Francisco. Its proposed dimensions are 250 feet long, 40 feet beany and 2000 tons burthen. It will be built by Perrine, Patterson & Co. of Williamsburg.

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Arrival of Omtaad Emigrants—Gold onl the Eastern Side of the Sierra Nevada. | [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

Arrival of Overland Emigrants—Gold on the Eastern Side of the Sierra Nevada. Mr. Anson Shinnaberger, in company with Mr. Saunders, arrived in this city last evening, direct from St. Josephs. They are the first of the overland train from the States we have seen this year. They came on horseback, and have travelled the whole distance since the 13th of April. These gentlemen found very little grazing for their horses till they reached Fort Laramie. Before reaching this point they passed 1,500 wagons and a large number of emigrants who had commenced the journey before them. From Fort Laramie grass grew in abundance till they reached St. Mary's river. For three hundred miles down this river, the road was very bad, the country destitute of feed for animals, and the ground wet and miry. Afterwards the road was good and grass plenty. The desert proved no serious barrier— they passed over it in fourteen hours. After leaving Fort Laramie, these gentlemen passed about one hundred wagons before...

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Latest from the Southern Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

Latest from the Southern Mines. Two Amencnns Murdered!—Four Murders within 24 hours! ! ! —By a gentleman who arrived yesterday from the Southern mines, we learn of several murders and other atrocities committed there, which develops a very bad state of society. On Friday night last two Americans were murdered in their tent at Jamestown, by some persons unknown. One of them was a Mr. Chase, of New Bedford, and the other a Mr. Hathaway, of Dighton, Mass. The first had his throat cut from ear to ear, besides a stab in his breast; Mr. Hathaway was stabbed in the breast and neck in several places. The tent was robbed of about one thousand dollars that was known to be in possessson of the murdered men. On Wednesday evening, 19th instant, a Frenchman named Jean Ferrando, was shot by some person unknown, near the Oregon Tent, about twelve miles above Stcckton. On Saturday last, on Wood's Creek, about one mile below Sonora, a Frenchman was shot in the head, and died the next day. On Saturday...

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Latest from the Gold Lake Region. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 June 1850

Latest from the Gold Lake Region. A friend of ours has just returned from a trip to this region, and the information he gives us only tends to confirm the view we took of the matter some time ago. He states that ravines very rich in gold have been discovered, but that many of the reports which were circulated some time since are very much exaggerated. A large number of individuals return; from a fruitless search, and because they have not in their travels found a lake, report that there is no lake there, Our informant states that this is a : mistake. He has been within three miles of the lake to which the man who first started the exaggerated accounts, led his party. He represents it as a sheet of water which has long been known to emigrants ; and he informs us that the journey up is very fatiguing, and that no man should start on the search for gold in that section of country unless he is robust, and well supplied with money to defray the cost of ferriage and the necessary expenses...

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