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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 July 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 reight and passengers can be sent through direct to any ot the upper towns, without any detention at sacramenlo city. Goods for shipment by this steamer received at all times on board the Storeship Tahrnaroo frei of charge; and orders leit with the undersigned, agents, Till receive immediate attention. LOCKE $ MORRISON, Howison's Pier, fo t of sacramento st, OGDEN Sf HAYNKS, Clay street wharf, san Francisco. At Rtcraihent«i to captain on board. j!2tf I ii&fcOLUTION.—The copartuer- -*** ship heretofore existing betwe...

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

SAN FRANCISCO, SIMMONS, LILLY & CO. may be found at their new warehouse, sacramento street wharf, san Francisco, June 17,1850. jel9-tf Cronise Brothers & Co., AUCTION COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GENERAL DEALERS, Corner of Jackson and Montgomery streets, San Francisco, Keep constantly on hand a large stock of goods suitable for Traders. ap30 3m C. C. RICHMOND & CO.. WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles, choice Family Stores, &c. , Also, Agents for the sale of Sands' and Townsend's sarsaparilla, Indian Chologogue, Wynkoop's Tonic Mixture Mrs. Kidder"s Cordial, Aye.r's Cherry Pectoral, and other Patent Medicines of the day. Jackson street, below Montgomery, opposite Canton Hotel, San Francisco. m4 3m B. Davidson, AGENT FOR MESSRS. N. M. ROTIWCHILI> fc SOH. / [\RAFTS for sale on -■-* JN'ew York, New Orleans, London, Paris, Lima, Valparaiso, Mexico, etc. Gold dust bought... Office in Clay street. San Fran...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 July 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 3. 1850. NUMBER 54.

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

Barton lice, ~ -Vr.i" (Formerly Priest, Lee & Co) . REAL ESTATE OFFICE, . _l Oh the east side of Second St., between I and J. KI7HOLESALE DEALER IN 'TT LUMBER. AND HOUSES.— lib- • eral rate of interest allowed on permanent deposites. * : aps 3m . -""., X. A. PEAR IS. ;-" A. W. BEOCKWAYI TJE ARIS & BROCK WAY, Gro- •*■ cers and dealers in all kinds of provisions and miners'- supplies, No. 123. J street, beIween Fourth and Fifth. < • At their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also be found.a vfull assortment of Drugs, Medicines and Paints. Particular attention paid to physician's prescriptions. 100 choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Enquire as above. .. ';•v-iVT a 27 3m '■;■■:.:' George O. Nsegle, BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, SACRAMENTO CITY, .- t!l7*"ls prepared.to contract for all kinds of work in masonry. Having a good stock of bricks on hand, he is : ready to : erect fire proof buildings, build ovens, put i up chimneys, set grates, or do anything in his line ...

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

Henley, Mcknight & co., BANKING, Exchange ana Deposit Office, Front street, adjoining Gutter Hotel, SACRAMENTO CITY, (CAL.; Furnish Bills of Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe, in sums to suit purchasers. Gold dust bought and sold, or shipped and insured, on the most favorable terms. Gold Dust, Coin, or Treasures of any kind /e.ceivcd on special deposit. Money loaned on good security. Interest paid on permanent deposits. Henley, Mclvnight <V Co. wi 1 act as general agents for the purchase and sale of Real Kst&te, Collet, tiou ot Rents, Notes, Accounts, etc. Expresses s°nt once a mont:i to all parta •jf tiic 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 of residence of the person to whom the money is to be sent, together with their letters, which will be duly mailed without extra charg...

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

Charles C. Sackett, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office on 2d st near K. je5 1m BENJ. F. WASHINGTON, NOTARY PUBLIC. HAVING received his appointment from Gov. Burnett, under the act of the Assembly, creating and defining the duties o Notaries Public, will give prompt attention to all business ■ committed to his charge ; such as protesting notes, taking acknowledgements of Deeds, c., We;: I OFFICE-—Up stairs, in the new bui ding lof Forshee, Booth «St Co , b:i J street, be-twet-n Tliird . and Fourth. . ; ;.. .^ 3-VcnmAnti) iitv, ' Miv 11. 1850. sr ' if DMeaical Par Inez ship. 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 ot Ninth and L streets; where one of the parti.s can always l»e found, and the other at the counting room of Paul, White & Co." , : " !■ Dr. White's personal attention will, at all ti...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 July 1850

FOR SALE. splendid farming and gardening land neJjc sacrameNto: npiilßLT ten acre tracts. immeJi ■ ately adjoiuiug the limiU of this city, jpon the American Fork, and extending along the b.nksof thi3 River lor two miles This laud offers the most beuu iful and wealthy location, us a residence, in tliis vicin. ty; and for those desiring that lln-ir famiiies s.muldlive a litt.e rUired fr>m the dust • iid heat of thfc city, on the shaded banks, •nd by the cool waters of the American Fork, they can build themselves a home .vhich wi.l be an envi ,ble one. The n..tirt of the soil lure, als , 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 theie will p.oduce a golden harvest, u:u paralleled in any other diggings. Withal, it is but a short walk from the business pan of the city, over an excellent road. For parlicularg enquire ot GILLESPIE & MONSON', June 14....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 July 1850

American River Hotel, By DAVID W ALDRICH, THIS new and commodious house with furniture throughout, is now open for the reception of boarders. The house is situated at the nmuth of the American riv-. er, upon the highest ground ; and in point of Health, comfort and convenience, possessing " advantages, over any other locutiont in the / city. .'-'I he table and bar wil be supplied with - the best the city affords. There will also to -i reading loom in connection with the house, ," in which will be found all California, and a variety of papers from the states. Sacramento City, A;rilB, I^6o. oplP3m WINTER'S HOTEL, Main street, Column, El Do co. Winters <$T Crummey, Proprietors. : ; " r HIS long established and commo- , dious Hotel has been thoroughly repaired and refitted this season, >md will now, tvN r tiish accommodations of the first order. The ~ chambers are large, and airy, us well as plea-" .xarilly situated. The table will be supplied with «vcr\thing the ma...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 July 1850

LffTrEK FHOM TttK ittJSU PaIKITS. — From the Pacific News, we leant that M.. McL'orniif, one of tiic exiles from h:s nativt liitid by British tyranny, is now in Sau Francisco. He has reCßiycd a letter iroin Mr. McMiiinis, who is now in banishment at V r.ni Dicmun's Laud, dutud February i6ih, which contains llic latest accounts of some o tin Irish exiles. Smith O'Brien hid refused with scorn to submit to the humbling demands of the British .government, and 13 consequently undergoing a terrible imprisonment in 5/uri.; isUnd. His health is much impaired, and his constitution is giving wiy The Governor of Van Diemau's L.nd called upon him and tried lo persuade him to accept of apaiol-, wliieli he treated with contempt. Uis tliou^lit h« will be placed to labor with convicts, because of his determined and patriotic obstinacy. McMaHuifl g.ive his parole, and stated in writing, thai he was a mercantile man, had carried <.n an extensive business in Liverpool as a merchant and agen...

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[Communicated.] [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 July 1850

[Communicated.] Mr. Editor : Will you permit one interested in the welfare of our town, to call the attention of the City Council for a short time to the interest of a much neglected portion of the city. Not that we think the ncglct is intcnti nal on their part, for they have so much to absorb their time and at- tention, one could hardly expect them to keep pace with the rapid growth and improvements that are every day to be observed going on throughout the whole corporalion. We allude in the present instance to J street. In walking up it, you will see many handsome and commodious business houses in progress of erection, in addition to those already built, and others in prospect. To the great inconvenience of teams hauling lumber, <$fc , there are stumps, hills and gutters which they have to wind about in order to get tilong, and what must be the consequence when the immense emigration gets in this season ? Neither J street or any other street will be able to accommodate ...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 July 1850

MARINE NEWS. ARRIVED. Port of San Francisco. June 2flih and 30th—Bark Clarissa, Lawrence, 69 ds fm Panama: sehr Charles Herceri, Wo days fnj Warren, Rhode Island; brig Ceylon, 198 ds fm' Boston; schr J C Demarest, Collins, 200 ds fm NY. [Ty^ATTEXTioN, Sons of Temperance.—The members of Pacific Star Division No. 1 S. of T, and other members of the Order, will meet at the Division Room, at 8 o'clock precisely, on Thurs day morning, July 4th, preparatory to the procession. It i* hoped that the Mayor and Common Council, and citizens generally, will join in the celebration of the day. The exercises will commence at 10 o'clock a. M , in the large hall a* the corner of ill and Front streets The Ladies are most respectfully invited to encourage us with their presence. By order of the Committee of Arrangements. jy3

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

ur Removal. — n«e office oftiit Sacranicnto Transcript is removed lv tiie new bn.ck "Tr.nscnpl Bjiilditij;," on Iv street, between Second ■ n < ■ hi d.

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

Fourth of July. [L? At a meeting- of 1 lie Pacific Star Division No. 1, of the Order of the Sons of Tempp ranre, held at their Hall on J street, Jane :20th, Idol), it was unanimously agreed to celebrate* th* corning Anniversary of our Nation's Independence, as an "Order," in connection with the citizens of Sacramento City generally. ' ' PROGRAMMF. ' ; : The exercises will open at 10, a. m., in a suitable room—due notice will be given hereafter. , i:"^> ..-'■' j Ist. Music —a :National'Air. '; I- - 2nd. ; Reading: the Leclaration of Indepi —Hon. E. J. Willis,' reader. >"; 3rd. .Music. /r;'; '--.'.■ ? T;'-i '"■'; ';''- '-' :'': \- 4ih. ' Oration—J. C: brisk i e, Es<' orator. ;• sth Music—Hail Columb a. . ''' r ,; At 12, m.. the :procession,' under the direc'Ltion of ;; Benj. R. Nick^rson, Esq , Mars'ial, i and. two assistants, \\ ill move to the river, \;-afterVa short ,[ excursion thereon, will ' proceed to the house of , Capt. Coon, where a »collatio...

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

Fourth of July Celebration, AT THE PAVILION, BRIGHTON. ORDER OF EXERCISES. Cr 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 Independence 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 house in this country, furnishing ample accommodations for al; private rooms for families, newly furnished, and the whole honse fitted for the comfort of regular or transient visitors. A band of music will be in attendance during the day ami evening. The hall soiree will be under the direction of the following gontlemen : Honorary Manitgers. Acting Managers. Capt .1 A Suiter, Pol F. J C Kewen, Hon Hard in Bigelow, F C Ewer, Esq., G...

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

A CHANCE FOR SPECULATORS.—The undersigned will receive proposals* until tli«/ 15th July fur building a Block: of houses in Vernon, 650 ieet if out by 10 leet deep, and Iwo stories high. .• For particulars inquire at the office of A. M. VVinn, Doric Row, on M street, in Sacramento city jy3-11t : A. M. WINN, Agent. CITY HOTEL, Front street between I and J streets, SACRAMENTO CITY. J. S. FOWLER, PROPRIETOR. 'Breakfast, from 7 to 9 ; dincr,;from ■ 1 /1< 2. ; . supper, from 6£ tot! : o'clock. ' apd 3/n Sutter; Hotel. Corner of First and K st, Sacramento City; THE :- undersigned ;. would • "nforii , the public that he is now ready a at comrribdate all who may . lavor A him wit their patronage, v on reasonable terms.••.-.< ORLANDO McKNIGHT. r•.N. B —TO} RENT— McKiiight's. American : Hotel on X st. -.;;'.■'„ :"-;: ■ my 9 3:u-j,. " COLUMBIA HOTEL, - Situated on. Second street^ between I aid JJ. C. PARKS, PROPRIETOR. j Breakfast from 7 to 9; Dinner from . I to 2, Supper ...

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

' : .: Fever and Ague!! ' . DR. CHARLES OSGOOD'S INDIA CHOLAGOGUE, vA; CERTAIN and -■ Speedy? Cure -^*- for Fever : and Ague, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Intermittent and it tent;' Fever, and all \ j ihe: various forms of Bilious Diseases. '■'"■ ■' '.•'■' |- : ' This excellent compound was the result of long Medical experience in a bilious climate, and it is believed < that i lie"'great object \ has been" accom ? j .Wished of presenting] the public with a remedy | or fever and ague and other bilious diseases, on I which they can rely.for.a; speedy and certain cure It is a combination ot-.vegetable substances, and warranted • free''from■ mineral "poisons " of every Inscription.'; It has a :healing I]power.upon, broken onstitutions, always leaving the '.. system in a :.ure sound and healthy condition. '<■ It is a proiniiei.t feature of the G'halogogue that it never mares the "j most delicate constitution. ■Arrangelents have been made, for a permanent 'supply, nd the ...

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

AUCTION SALES. By D. B. Milne, Auctioneer. Will be sold at public auction jon MONDAY, the fc'th day of July, at 10 o'clock, at their salesroom, by CLARK &.MILNE— 1 lot 40 trout 6ii N 3 street, by 60 feet deep on 12th street. -1 lot on 12th. street, between M and 40 feet front by 80. 1 lot on N st, between llih and 12th, 40 by 100. 1 lot on lltli st, between X and L, 0U by :U. 1 lot nil X st, between" luili and Llth.'4O by'fcO.^ 1 lot on loth st, between J and X, S2U by cO. : 1 lot on X street, ; between sth":• and ' yih, 20 by 160,"on.which is a good substantial building 18 by 24. well finished, with a kitchen in the rear ''; ■'The lot immediately adjoining on X street, also 20 by ltiO. ';. > '■' '. ■■ / ■ •■ i- > ■'>■£■* The ifollowing, are each 80 feet front by ICO feet deep:— ,-.:<.- ::- . }i'-'\':-J-\- .■■■■V .;:,'. ; Lots number '2,:- 3. 5, 7 and 8 on the block between 10th and 11 th,"and M and N. .... >. Lots n...

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