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

Henley, Mcknight & co., BANKING, Exchange and Deposit Office, Front street, adjoining iS'utter Hotel, ' rl'yl SACRaMENTO. CITY, (CAL.) Furnish Bills of Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe, in sums to suit purchasers.. '■ ■.i .... .■' Gold dust bought and sold, or shipped and insured, on the must favorable terms. . Gold Dust, Coin, or Treasures of any kind received on special deposit. •• Money loaned on good security. ;,'_ Interest paid ou permanent deposits. Henley, .Wclvnight »V Co. wi.l act as general agents for the purchase and sale of Kea.l Estate, Colleitionot Rents, Notes, Accounts, etc. . Expresses s°nt once a mont'i to all parts of the United States. ; :';;-, N. B.—Miners wishing to send money to any part of the States, can have the amount forwarded promptly, by sending dust or coin to H. McK. & Co w th the name and place j if residence of the person to whom the money is to be sent, together with their letters, which will be duly mai...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 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 tne act the Assembly, creating and defining the duties o: Notaries Public, will give prompt attention to all business committed to his charge; such is protesting . notes, taking acknowledgemcutdof Deeds, -%Vc.",;.&.c. ; T.^ OFFICE — Up stairs, in the new buiding of Forshee, Booth & Co, on J street, between Third and Fourth. s:tcr-un*Mi»o city. May 11. 1853. tf ''*4e<iicui-j.*artiiei4Mip. DOCTORS T. J. WHITE and C. *-* D. CLEVELAND have associated j themselves in the practice of -Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, and have established .in extensive Hospital, that will accommodate I one hundred patients,' oil the corner ol Ninth and L streets; where one of the partLs can always tie found, and the other at the countling room of Paul, White & Co. Dr. White's personal attention will, at...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

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 ior two miles This Iand offers the most beautiful and healthy location, as a residence, in this vicin ity ; and for those desiring that their fami lies should live a little retired from the dus and heat of the city, on the shaded banks md by the cool waters of the Americuii Fork, they cau build themselves a hotnt which will be an enviable «me. The lv.tun of the soil In-re, a!s-, for agricultural purpo. ses, is equal to any in the world ; and from its immediate proximity to this marKtt, thGardener will find that every acre which In tills there will p.oduce a golden harvest, unparalleled in any other diggings. Withal, it is but a short walk from the business pan of the city, over an excellent road. For par ticulard enquire oi UILLR3PIE &, MO.NSOV, June 14, 185U ftf.] corner...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

American River Hotel, By DAVID W ALDRICH, THIS new and commodious house, with furniture new throughout, is now open for the reception of boarders. The house a 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 in the • ity. 'I tit table und bar wil be supplied with ? the best the city affords.". There will also i C i reading loom in connection with the house, " in which will be found all California, and a variety of papers from the;states. City, A ril 8, I V.V\ aplo3ni WINTER'S HOTEL; Main street, Column, El Do a'daoo. Winters fy Crummry, PrTpiittors. 7J^HICS long e.-tablished and commo* dious Hotel has b»en thorougi ly repair-": ed and refined this season, and will now furnish accommodations of the first order. The iV % chambers are large and iiry, as well'as plea* . sanity situi.ted. The table. will be rJppHeel with <vet) thing the market affords, and th© ba...

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The Fourth of July—The Pavilion. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

The Fourth of July—The Pavilion. for eclebratiug the Fourth of July beeu abandoned. The Sons of Temperance, and others who wish to join them, as will be seen by adverlisements in our paper, are to celebrate the day in Sacramento City, from which place they will proceed to hear an oration, on the other side of the river, at Wash- GradHally have all but two of the schemes ington. The oration there will be delivered o by Wm. M. Zabriskie, Esq. The rest of the citizens intend to proceed to the thriving little village of Brighton, on the south bank of the American river, about five miles from town. Thirty guns are to be fired at Sacramento, corresponding with the number of the Slates. These are to be answered by thirty more at Brighton, and the same number at Washington. We suggest that after this is done,,one more gun be fired for our own neglected state of California. A large procession is to proceed to Brighton, on horse-back, and in carriages. The procession will stop at the Pavilion...

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fleeting of the Settlers at Ilerkimer Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

fleeting of the Settlers at Ilerkimer Hall. sociatiou held a meeting last evening at tin Herkimer house, on 4th street. Dr. Robinson was appointed chairman and Mr. Milli gran, secretary. The secretary rose and stated the object of the meeting, which was, to make arrangements to meet the suits against them, "en masse ;" ebch man was now de fending himself, on his own hook—the pooi could ill afford it—the meeting had been called to form a compact, raise a requisite subscription, and employ proper right hind of counsel. Mr. JVJilligan enforced his remarks with an eloquent appeal about the sacred right of the homestead—a right which every man was bound to protect in justice to himself, <SfC. After he had concluded, Mr. McClatchy offered the following resolution : Pursuant to previous notice the Settlers' As Resolved, that a committee of two be appointed to confer with counsel, and inquire as ;o terms, &c. Mr. Edwards thought Mr. Milligau's remarks cast reflection ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

Miscellaneous. The Hon. Wm. C. Prestun, of S. C, is lingering on the brink of the grave. Though bowed down by sickness, he perseveringly performs the laborious duties of President of the South Carolina College, and notwithstanding the remonstrances of friends is constantly jeeparding his life. A Washington letter writer says that Mr, Benton is preparing for a demonstration iigainst the Compromise scheme, which will probably surpass all his former efforts, if lad bor and research and resolution can accomplish his purpose. The Alabama Block of Marble for the Washington Monument, bears a brief inscription as follows : " ALABAMA." A UNION OF EQUALITY, AS ADJUSTED BY THK CONSTITUTION. This inscription appears to us to be pointless. The Texas members of Congress have written home, urging their Legislature to carve out ;i new slave State at once. Law.—A publication has been made, giving, as far as can be ascertained, the name, residence and post office of every practising lawyer in the Uni...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

(T7=A GOOD PRESSMAN WANTED.—AppIy at this- office. Hr Removal. —The office of the Sacramento Transcript is removed to the new brick " Transcript Building," on X street, between Second and Third.

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

Died. In this city, of chronic scrofula, on Sunday, 30th ult, at 6-1/2 p. m., at the residence of his bro-ther-in-law, (Capt. Roland Gelston) Mr James A. Dwight. of New York, aged 65. On Sunday, June 30th of inflammation of the lungs, Capt. Geo. R.,McKenzie, of the city of New York, in the 53d year of his age. In this city, on the 1st inst., of fever and, diarrhoea, Mr. Wm Johnson, late of Maine, formerly of Norway, aged 25 years. Foisrtfi of July Celebration, AT THE PAVILION, BRIGHTON. ORDER OF EXERCISES. Under the direction of Major A C Latson,one gun for each-state will be fired, commencing at sunrise. On the arrival of the procession from Sacramento, the Declaration of lndependence will be read by George McKinstry, Esq., and an oration by Col E J C Kewen ; after which a splendid Dinner will be served at the Pavilion for as many as desire to partake. In the evening a splendid Ball Soiree and supper will be given in the spacious saloon. The Pavilion is unsurpassed by any public ho...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

Brigade Head Quarters, ) 2d Brig. Ist Div. C. M. > Sacramento City, June 29th. 1850, ) ' ORDERS NO. 2. Our Nation's birthday will be celebrated > throughout this Brigade on next Thursday, the 4th day of July. One gun for each State will be fired. From Suttcr's Fort, by Maj. VV. Bryarl'y. a Brighton, by Maj. A. C. Latson. " Norristown, by Capt. Sain'l Norris. " Gutter, by Maj. L. VV. Hastings. " Sac. City, by Maj. Jno. P. Rodgers. The first gun will be fired at sunrise, when the flags at each of those points, as well as the fbgs> of the shipping in port, will be hoisted. Music—"Hail Columbia." Immediately after each regular round and simultaneous with each gun at Sacramento City, the shipping will fire their guns. A salute of thirteen guns will be fired for Capt. John A. Sutter, from Sutter's Fort, ai 12 o'clock, under the superintendence of Maj John S. Fowler. The members of the staff, and those intending to take part in the morning celebration, will...

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

AMUSEMENTS. Tehama Theatre. LEE'S EXCHANGE. LAUGH AND GROW FAT. HPHE m New York Serenaders'* will give another of their unrivalled Ethiopian Concerts, at Lee's Exchange, on THIS EVENING, July 2d. Tickets, ,$1; for sale at the Humboldt, Empire, , Lee's Exchange, Round Tent, and at the door. The hall is well ventilated, and those who come may expect a rare treat. It 1 PACIFIC MAIL delphia," at Chagres. The Pacific Mail steamship company's steamer "Tennessee," Geo. A. Cole, Esq., commander, will leave tor Panama, touching only at Acapulco, on Monday, July 15, 1850, at 4, p. H, Treasure for shipment received at the I company's office, foot of Harrison's pier, Sacramento st., on Fi iday 12th, and Satur. i day, 13th inst. Passengers are requested to be on board at noon of the day of departure. The Tennessee will connect with the U. S. Mail steamer Philadelphia, to leave Chaijres on the arrivp.l of the passengers and treasury, TheThiladelphia is one of the finest boats on the Atlantic coas...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

AUCTION SALES. By Prettyman. Barroll & Co., K street, near Second. RARE CHANCE !! Desirable Real Estate at Auction. Prettyman, Barroll & Co. Auctioneers, will sell on Wednesday morning, July 3rd, at 10 o'cleck, ; two houses and lots, situated on K street, 'near 7th. The lots are 20 feet front by 160 feet deep, having a 20 feet alley in the rear. The houses are two stones, the location pleasant and desirable. The above property will be sold on the premises, to the highest bidder, without re serve. - Terms lavorable and made f. known upon day. of sale. For particulars, apply to PRETTYMAN, BARROLL $ CO., jyl 3t X street; :iear 2nd.: AT AUCTION, - ; ■ -;■ Oj'jvj Tl/HXiL be sold, on Tuesday, July " ; 2d, 1850, by CLARK & MILNE, at their sales' room on Front street,' near M, the brig MARGARET, now lying at the levee; she is of 245 tons burden, was newly coppered eight months since, has two suits of sails, three boats, and is in good sailing order. . sac...

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

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. .This Day, Tuesday, July 2d, 1850, at 9 o'clock, a. M., by particular request, we will have a special sale 'in l front of store, for the following articles: 5000 lbs white loaf sugar— 60 lbs in loaf. 10,000 lbs potatoes, in boxes 11,000 Havana cigars 1 large size turtle. J. B. STARR CO., Auct's. STATE ASSAYER'S OFFICE. The undersigned have opened an office on Third, near the corner of J street, Sacramento City, and on the Ist of July will be prepared to receive gold dust for smelting and assaying, in accordance with the provisions of a law passed' by the Legislature of this . •State, April 20, 1850. r^" ' ! JOHN BIGLER, Director. , F. D. KOHLER, Assayer. Sacramento city, June 28,1850. j29-lm! j •• r : :{ . : -; : aTmTWinn •'". =„ . ; ; /. ; :.; OF AS for sale 800 Lots in Vernon; ■^ they will be sold in shares of 25 lots each. This is the finest chance for speculation ever offered in. California :■ 4£ feet water ] can be had the year ro...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. LOT 8, square between L and: M, and 4th and 5th streets. Lot 15, square betw. M and N,: and 4th and sth sts. ' " 7, \ " '; M and N, and 4th and do. :"' 8, ;; . « • ; M and '■ N, and ;3d and 4th do " 6, « „_., N and O, ; and Ist and 2d do. 11 5, . »< - . N and O. and =3d and 4th do. - "5, ;•;. ",v" strand J\ and 3d and 4th do. ■ " 8, ••:,'.- « -'-%?"■{ O and \P, and 3d and 4th dqi^i 3 lots, between H an:! I, and 2d:. and .7th. street*.-; . 50 . -.".i >'„.-II > and 'American Fork, and 1st :; and 10th street Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, square 1 betw. I and J and 6th and 7th streets. Lot No. 2, M street, betw. 2d and 3d, (east half, 3, L street, between 3d and 4th. " 1, M street, corner 10th. "■„ 4, M street, corner 11th. -;•. = ■''' ■".';•-; 1, Q 1 street, corner 2d. , . ••...;...■:-■.... . ' 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork t&sX of .;' 4th" street. '; 100 lots between H and American Fork, east of i. 10th street.. ■;.. ,...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

PUBLIC NOTICE. ALL persons having business with me will address my sole agent, Gen. A. " M. WINN, who will communicate to me such, information as may be necessary. He is authorized to settle with all my former agents. J. A. SUTTER. sacramento City, June 14, 1850. [tf. Notice IS hereby given to all persons that I have this executed and delivered to ALBERT M WINN, Esq., of Sacramento City, a ''general power ofAttorney, to sell and convey. &c. all lands, tenement. 0, hereditnnnents and real estate whatever, in the of California, to or in which l am or may be interested. !•' Sacramento City, May 21st, ISSO. . ,i „ : m 23 3rn i .:/■ ; .» A. SUTTER. "IT'NOW all men by these presents, •*^Uhat whereap, I, John A. Sutter, of HoH.- P*""-. mi «'-*'»r fnn..tv nnd Stale of Cal:- . fornia/ have heretofore made.con•.»itnt*»d and ap-' aitomies in fact, and agents" for. me a->d ' in my name lo act hi : all-tilings ■.whatsoever, ap-■ pertaining to my interest; now know ye, that...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

A. P. Petit, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, IS now ready to receive and make out specifications and plans for ( building of all kinds. , He will also furnish materials necessary for the erection of all kinds of buil dings. Stores, bar rooms, etc., fitted up neatly at short notice. He has also a general as sortrhent- of four panneled - inch-and-a-hal: doors,with and without mouldings and other sash ; for windows, glazed t and unglazed Can be found at his residence on L street, next to the store of S. 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 ounntitirs to suit purchasers. aplO-3m BOOT AND SHOE STORE. npHEI subscriber, would inform his \ r •*• friends and the public generally, that he has taken a 6tore on near ' Front- street, { when* may le found a geneial assortment of prime boots and shoes, w! o -sale or retail, at the lowest prices, among which are the f •"- lowing, viz: Gen...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 1850

For San Francisco. . JUNE ARRANGEMENT. STEAMER SENATOR, Capt. J. VAN PELT. This well known favorite steamer, possessing superior accommodations, will leave her usual berth, foot of K street, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon. at 2 o'clock precisely. For further particulars apply on board. j6 24t Steamer Gold Hunter. This steamer, under command of Capt. C, J, Brenham will leave Sacramento Cifrom bark Dimoil, foot of M street. Returning, will leave San ' Francisco Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. at 4 o'clock p. m. T. HUCHINSON & CO.. Agents. .^ncramento City. June 4tb. 1?50.—je5 tf REMOVAL. ■-- KU ~ ---3-- HAWLEY &, COS EXggfg.PRESS OFFICE is removed "I '. .:**.., to the three story new building-, first below L. between L and M streets, on Front st They have just received their large Adams fire proof safe, with Jones 1 anti-gunpowder, lock, and will receive placer gold on deposit, buy or, sell it. or ship it to the States through Adams &...

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