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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. jgja^e - . FREEMAN &amp; COS EXPRESS, .^-^J^CpNXECTING .WITH ADAMS . -^^. ; &amp; C - &gt;&gt;'™' Orleans New York/ ' I ! ■frfrrrt^iZ'T*. Boston, and; nil ■ the principal , cities ■ : and towns in the. Atlantic States, •'.' j &gt;: Gold DrsT forwarded and insured against all ri«k«. ; x •&lt; Freeman* &amp; (-■&lt;&gt;. • alone^are ? authorised. to r draw r Bills or Exchange in Sacramento city ou Adams : &amp; Co., who have "offices in every State in the Union." .They transmit Treasure, Letters, Packages, &amp;c, , daily, between" Sau " Francisco, " Sacramento ' and , ! Marysville, by the steamers Senator,-' New World and Gov.' Dana, having sates in their Express rooms ■ on board, which are accompanied by faithful and ext i perienced messengers. : ..'_•;; '. 4&lt; ;di '■ ■'...::,: vi.' j The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sacj ramento city on the ' 14th and ' la...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
I ADVERTISEMENTS. I fr, i%AH§&amp; f-'.'-* ■■■'■ fv^J; HATCH, 3 WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, 1 :' J street, between Front and Second, south fide, next i | door to the ."Empire,'' Sacramento city. SfS~ All work warranted. ap22 r' : ;.-- ' — - — :..-•.•■■• ' ■'-'■■- ' ;.;! : .■'.' &gt;1 BOOK STORE. " IjIORREST &amp; BORDEN offer,, for sale at their ' C establishment, on Second,* near streets— / Paper. : Plain and whito ruled letter; »*, Plain and blue ruled"* do; '- ' Packet and commercial post; ■ Tissue, blotting and wrapping. j Account -Books. "'Half bound journals, ledgers, records, cash and invoice books; ' - iy Full bound 1 do, -,- ",do _. :do . do • .do; : Russia bound do " , do . " do do do; . Quartos, memorandums, paper and leather covers. Views. . Coloma, embracing sito of the first discovery oi ... Streets and full views of San Francisco; ... , ' [gold; View of Sacramento; •'■" ' Disappointed Lumber Merchant; A The Grand Masquerade, &amp;c, &am...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
-ADVERTISEMENTS. CARY PEEBELS. PRESTON" H. LEEV JOS. P. HAMELI* • : ; i j MISSOURI STOl^E. i PEEBELS,' LEE &amp;" C 0.,: Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, . Wines, Ciffars, Tobacco, and Miners' Tools. Store on south sido of J stroet, in the brick building, above 4th. r ' ml 9 NEW BOOKS ! / NEW BOOKS ! I 2000 NOVELS!! : TUST received by this steamer the best assortment I 0 ADVERTISEMENTS. CARY PEEBELS. PRESTON H. LEE. JOS. P. HAM KM* MISSOURI STOI^E. T)EEBELS, LEE &amp; CO., Dealers in Groceries, JL Provisions, Liquors, Wises, Cigars, Tobacco, and Miners' Tools. Store on south sido of J street, in the brick building, above 4th. ml 9 SEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!! 2000 NOVELS!! TUST received by this steamer the bust assortment O ever offered for talo in this city, among which may be found — The (Woodman, the Forgery, j Henry Smeaton, Mary of Burgundy, Count De Costelneu, &amp;c, &amp;c, by James; Count of Monte Christo, Diana of Meridor; Iron Mask, Thr...
WHIG TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
WHIG TICKET. For Muyor — Joseph H. Nevett. Foi Recorder— William H. McGrew. Foi City Attorney — J. Neeley Johnson. For Marshal— Wm. S. White. For Assessor — Samuel F. McKee. For City Treasurer— Wm. R. McCracken. For Harbor Master — John Requa. For Councilmen. lit. Ward — JO9. A. Hainf.s J. P. Hari.ev. H " Richard Cheenery - 2d. Ward— Carey Peebei.s. •• " fiiiAS D. Kennedy. •&lt; " Addison Martin. 2/ II a»J— Gabriel M. Dival. " Gen. C. J. Hutchinson. " L. B. Patchin.
Whig Vigilance Committees. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
Whig Vigilance Committees. FIRST \VARf&gt;. SECOND WARD. THIRD WARD. R N Berry B(i Lathrop iR J Watson .fos X Beard Joseph R Ross George DNtegle Wm Krysip IE Sylvester J H Updegraff Win H "Eakin B F Ankeny |R B Folger David Hamilton Chas Turnbull T Moore GG Wright : Edward Eyre !W A Dashiell Henry llarrigan James M Maxcy Edward Norton T W Browder Wm M Ormsby C Homer Job H Watson Z Montgomery A J Hoope Dr C B Zabriskie E N Pateraon. D H Haskell.
WHIG CENTRAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
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. 'I hat we do constitute and adopt the ll Union " as the Whig organ of Sacramento City and County, in which we have full and perfect confidence, and to the 'support of which, we do earnestly recommend the patronage of the Whigs of the city and county, in their public and private capacity. E. J. C. KEYVEX, Chnirn.* A. C. MONSON, Viced... James Queen, ) c , J. A. Cogswell, j Sec&gt;'
Wliiers! Attention!! [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
Wliiers! Attention!! A Mass Meeting of the Whigs will be held Th i 3 Evening, at the Public Square, corner of Ninth and J streets, at 8 o'clock. On Thursday Evening, at 8 o'clock, a Mass Meeting will be also held at the Horse Market on X street. It is of the utmost importance that the Whigs turn out to these meetings strong and enthusiastically. On Saturday evening, a General Mass Meeting will be held at the Orleans House.
Our Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
Our Candidates. Both duty and feeling induce us to pass under review the separate and aggregate claims of the Whig Ticket, which is now pit- sented to the voting community of our city. We respond to this duty with peculiar pleasure, because of the magnificent character of the nominees in everything that pertains to integrity of heart, inflexibility of purpose, and solidity of standing. Joseph H. Nevett is selected for the Mayoralty. We have a long time known this gentleman personally, and do not believe his superior in energy, business capacity, humanity of heart, and devoted regard for the best intoreets of the city, can be found in Sacramento He was amongst the early settlers of this city, and from an unfaltering course of industry and upright dealing, has been always regarded as one of the first and most substantial merchants on X street. A better man, or one who will more carefully and vigilantly guard the interests of our city, could not have been honored with the nomination of...
COMMERCIAL RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
COMMERCIAL RECORD. Reported for the Daily Union. - Sacramento Market, &gt; _ 7 .."[ Tuesday, April 29. 5 ' The weather to-day has been very warm, and business of all kinds exceedingly dull. • There have been very few sales made even at . retail. ; It is not anticipated that business can' revive till the rivet become low, as quantities of supplies are shipped directly to Maryßville from San' Francisco: The prices have varied little since our last quotations: as will be seen from the following : Coffee, green, 16 to !!ft M?i M X rk '*tF to t2o;mea9, |16 to|l8 ; dear, half *}* $*&gt; to ft l0; mess, do, 18 65 to $9] lard, 14 a ii 4/? U lt ,i f Mckß •* -.? 0 per hundred; In V do. ft M U |» 00; »r«wn iugar, 4a60; crushed 12 «/14c.'
BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Through Freeman &amp; Co. J * Express. WHIG VICTORY ! BREXHAM ELECTED MAYOR BY 450 MAJORITY r ! WHIG iMLARSHAL'S MAJ. 12OO ! FOUR WHIG COUNCILMEN ELECTED. .Vlnety-nlne Cheers for the Whip of San Francisco. Although we are not able to give our readers the particular or official reports of the election in San Francisco, yet we are assured by nearly every paper published there that the Whigs have carried the city. By Freeman &amp; Co's Express the matter, it seems te us. is put beyond a doubt. Just as the Senator was leaving, the following was placed in their hands by W. W. Sheppard of the Picayune, from which it will be seen that the Whigs have made a clean sweep : Mayor— Chas. T. Brenham, (Whig) has about 450 maj . Marshal— Robert G. Crozier, (Whig) hai from 1,000 to 1,200 maj. Aldermen— Six Whigs and two Democrats. Assistant Aldermen — Four Whigs, four Democrats, and two doubtful — elected by plurality vote of three each. On the receipt of thi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
GENERAL NOTICES. M&amp;~ The meeting of the Union Club, advertised to take place last evening, was postponed. It will take place this evening, at Lee's Exchange. ap3o tST Gold Dust, Parcels und Letters, intended for •hipment per steaiuer of the Ist, will be received at Gregory's Express Office, up to the sailing ol the Confidonee on Wednesday, the 30th inst. Office on Second st, between J and K. ap29 Freeman &amp; Co* Express for the Atlantic State*, in connection with Adams &amp; Co, will close on Wednesday, April 30th. Drafts on Adams &amp; Co, payable in all the principal cities of the Union, furnished in sums to suit purchasers. Gold Dust, and all packages for shipment by the Oregon, must be left at the office before 12 m, on the 30th. Letters received up to the departure of the Senator, at 2 o'clock. &gt;.. ap2B 3t t(f City Recorder.— lf Judge B. F. Washington, our City Recorder, will consent to be a candidate for re-election, he will rec...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
... AMUSEMENTS. ;., | TEHAMA THEATRE. , Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J.H.Kirby.. Managers. . Stage Director Mr T S Campbell C OME D V NIGHT. Ist time this season of The Pride of the Market ! Mr*. Klrby as Morton, the Flower Girl. This (Wednesday) Evening, April 30th, 1851, Will be presented, for the first time this season, the admired comedy entitled THE PRIDE OF THE MARKET! OR, The Flower Girl of Paris. To be followed by A Favorite Song ...... .by. .Miss Montague . To conclude with the Laughable Farce of The Lottery Ticket, or The Lawyer* Clerk. Prices— Private boxes and dress circle $3 00 Boxes 2 00 Pit.. 1 00 #3" Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7 o'clock. MAY BALL, TO DE GIVEN BY SACRAMENTO ENGINE COMPANY, No. 3, AT THE ORLEANS HOUSE, On Friday Evening, May 3d, 1851. COMMITTEE. Joseph R Beard, Charles B Haieltine, Freeman McGilvery, Richard N Berry, X O Selfridge, Tho3. Hasam, • John C. Barr. COMMITTEE ON INVITATIONS. Joseph R Beard, Ellas D Kennedy, A C Mon...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
AUCTION SALES. . BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. " FRAME HOUSES AT BEN CIA. On TUESDAY, May 6th, 1851, :J. B. Starr &amp; Co. " will sell at auction seventyfive Frame Houses complete, built according to the following specifications : . - ' i Each house to bo framed together, and to be 20x 20; the . first story eight feet ■ and the second story seven feet in the clear; with floors, partitions, doors, | window sashes; shutters, weather boarding, barge and corner boards, casing for doors outside. The timber 1 for the first tier of beams to be 3x7, sills 4x7, posts 4 x 6, enterties 4x6; 2d tier of beams 3x6, | plates 3x4, cross ties 3x4, rafters 3x4, all framed as per plan and ready to be put together. : Timber, hemlock; sawed and square edged. . The material of all the floor to be of 1 i inch white pine plank, planed, tongued and grooved, as also for the first story partitions, those of the second story to be of white pine board, planed, tongued and grooved; the weather boardi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
AUCTION SALES. BY C. C. FLAGG A, CO. C. c. flagg; auctioneer. FRONT STREET, NEAR L. On Thursday, May Ist, At 9 o'clock, will be sold on the Levee, near the foot of N street, to pay freight and charges, 9 cases assorted sizes Cooking Stoves; from schr John Castner. » [ap3o] C. C. FLAGG, Anc'r. Information Wanted, RESPECTING Mr. Edward Irving, of Prince Edward Island, British ■ North America, who sailed for Chagres, from New - York, U. S., on the 23d May, 1850, a passenger on board the "Alfonso," owned by Messrs. Russel &amp; Norton, and who is supposed to have crossed the Isthmus of Darien to Panama, ami thence to have taken passage in some vessel for San Francisco, California. Any information respecting him, after the time of his supposed landing at Chagres, from any of his fellow passengers in the "Alfonso," or ; from any other party able to afford it, and - addressed to Captain E. J. Feemev, Sacramento city, California, or to Doctors Nut-tall and Mclntosh, San Francisco, w...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. ■Vs, Tremont House. -.-» ? ?^V / street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, SACRAMENTO CITY. : - THE undersigned have formed a copartnership, under the firm of Hayder, Hill &amp; Co., for the purpose of carrying on the above named house. They nave newly finished and furnished tho same. The parlors are newly fitted, and the sleeping rooms furnished with bedsteads, cots, and fine linen. The saloon and dining hall have been superbly arranged, and each will be supplied with all the delicacies and varieties of the season;' in fact all that is necessary to support life or an Epicure can desire. Our charges will De in accordance with the times. We solicit custom, either by the hour, the day, the week, or the month, and will endeavor to let none go away dissatisfied. C. C. HAYDEN, r * H. A. HILL, : -]y^,s i £.-; ;..-■£■.'--"••■ J. TAYLOR. Sacramento city, 26th April, 1851. a 26 2w|| ;.;&lt;,-, , LEVEE STORE. ~~ ~ J. N. Bailhache &amp; Co., DEALERS in ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. _____ - — ._ ~" _ .. __ . gBFESS^ DR. W. H. THOMAS, Dentist"; ■kof New York city, having' locatod v *JjLL_C_-r himself permanently in the Brick Ro* c-.v:,s?.j on J street, between 3d and 4th, for the purpose of practising his profession of Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry, he would respectfully inform those requiring the services ot a skilful and experienced Dentist, that ho is prepared to perform j in the most tnorough manner, and on tho latest . and most approved principles, all operations in his pro- . fessson necessary for the preservation and beauty of the teeth. Dr. Thomas is prepared to furnish his patients a superior article of teeth from his large stock, and insert translucent incorruptible teeth, from one to a full set, which he guarantees cannot be surpassed for beauty of style or comfort to the patients. His gold plate he warrants of the purest and most durable kinds, being manufactured by himself from pur» metals, without an alloy of silver or copper, h...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 30 April 1851
STATE LAWS. A lilll for an Act to Incorporate tin- City of Sucrumcnto. . 'Ac •&gt;;•&lt;'(• oj ■'•!■ State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: \ v : Sec. 1. All that tract of land lying within the limits and- boundaries hereinafter mentioned, that is to. say : Beginning at the junction of the American Fork with the Sacramento river to V street, as designated on the map or plan .of Sacramento city on file in tho Kecorde's- office in said city; thence along said V street, east, to the point where the said V street intersects Thirty-first street, as designated on said map: thence along the •aid Thirty-first street until the "same intersects the American Fork; thence along the American Fork to the beginning; . the said boundaries extending to "the/middle, of -said Sacramento river and American Fork, shall be known by the name of -'The City of Sacramento." Sec. 2. The present city government shall continue in office until the election a...