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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
r::^ -BUSINESS-CARDS; j; ; ■: ■-•:.'■• tahi Auctioneers^ i ir.'i.-. T -&lt;flti;iU&gt;; -nii •■ ■ - - . • ■■- -'■ ••'' &gt;i ri* '" •''■ .J.B.STARR. . JOSEPH R. BEARD. JB. STARR &amp; CO., Auctioneers and; Commis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. ---■--•' --'■.-■ m i9V CLARK &amp; MILNE, Auction and Commission \L&gt; Merchants, Front st. between X and L. ml 9 . T)RETTYMAN &amp; BAR ROLL, Wholesale AucX^ :; tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, bet ween J and X streets. . ml 9 2m' RHODES, STURGES &amp;. CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street,' between J and K. .■■/..:';■. ■,-.,?, ..,•; r j,- r ..,-, = . rr ,, ...... ..., 11119 HENSLEY : &amp; MERRILL, Bankers : and Exchange Brokers, 47 Second street, between. J and Iv. ' ■ '''■ ■ '•• r ' ; ;&lt;~! i ml 9. i^'-f v:i: r-;j;,-. Bankers. . .: • BEACH, 1 WELLS &amp; CO., Bankers, J street, :near Secon...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
BUSINESS CARDS. JG. ! ANDERSON &amp; CO., Dealers- in Stoves, J .Sheet Iron and Till ware, J. street, between 3d and 4th. '] ', ' '.'-"." "' "-"' ."' ihl9 lw "I CW. STILES &amp; CO., Tinners, X street, be- . 'tween Front and 2d streets:! J;.--.^ : .:-:m24 Im | '/T1 ARPENTE II &amp; ANCHA RD, ■ \ Wholesale \y and i Retail Dealers in Hardware,' Paints, Oils, and Window Glass— J street, between 3d and 4th. -Miles B. Caki-emek. -"'Jacob li. Blanchakd. ■'.;■) aps lm* ,_ ■; ,-.-.■ ■ -.■■..:•-.* .-.■;,;.;;.,..,-,:' CW. : STILES &amp; , CO., , Dealers in stoves, tin- . ware, plumbing, copper, sheet iron and steamboat work, &amp;c., X ' street, ! between Front and ■2d streets. •;&lt;,■,-:;: ;■■;•.&gt; yr:u-----::\ apl2 I ' Hotels and Restaurants. LADY ADAMS HOTEL, by Pulit/. &amp; Bartels, X street, near Front and Steamboat Landing."". Sacramento City. &lt; The house, is well supplied with Lodging Rooms, and Single , Roo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. PACIFIC HOUSE, No. 24 J street, a few doors below Second, BY GEESEKA &amp; MATHEWSON. THEIR Table will be furnished at ll times with every delicacy in the market. The choicest Liquors will be always kept at the Bar. Meals at all hours. First rate accommodations for Lodgers. m19 tf M. and .Mrs. Passenaud, FRENCH ARTISTS of the cities of New York and St Louis, have the honor of informing the Fashionable Ladies of the city of Sacramento, that they have at their store, on J street, between Front and Second streets, a large assortment of the Freshest French Perfumory, and of the best Qualities, arid where they will find Curls, Braids, &amp;c, &amp;c, &amp;c, neatly. made with taste and where is also every tiling that can be found in a high French Perfumery store. M. and Mrs. Passenaitd are certain, in advance of satisfying the ladies who will honor then, with a visit. [a28 1m] M &amp; Mrs. PASSENAUD REMOVAL OF THE CITY SHOE STORE TH...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. . CARY PEEBELS. PRESTON H. LEE. JOS. P. HAMELIN MISSOURI STORE. PEEBELS, LEE &amp; CO.. Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Wines, Cigars, Tobacco, and Miners' Tools. , Store on south side of J street, in the brick building, above 4th. ml 9 J. HATCH J. HATCH, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, J street, between Front and Second, south side, next .door to the "Empire," Sacramento city. '" ' SS) m All work warranted .■ '-'-. ' -"■ "ap22 OH- DEPOT. WC. CANFIELD has this day received, 3000 • gallons Pure Sperm, Sperm and Polar Oil, and will sell at San Francisco prices. The oil, iD every case, warranted to be of the bust quality. Consumers in Sacramento supplied at their doors, by the Express Oil Wagon, in quantities to suit. ■r Also, a complete assortment of Lamps, Chimneys, Wicks, Globes, Burning Fluids, &amp;c., «c. Also. 15,0'J0 gallons oil, to be delivered at San Francisco or Sacramento. ' Office at Luckon's Drug Store, J street, between Fourth and Fifth...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. FREEMAN &amp; CO'S EXPRESS DISCONNECTING WITH ADAMS &amp; CO. to New Orleans, New York, Boston , and all the principal cities and towns in the Atlantic States. Gold Dust forwarded and insured against all risks. Freeman &amp; Co. alone are authorised to draw Bills of Exchange in Sacramento city on Adams &amp; Co., who have offices in every State in the Union. They transmit Treasure, Letters. Packages, &amp;c, daily, between San Francisco, Sacramento J and Marysvilie, by the steamers Senator, New World and Gov. Dana, having safes in their Express rooms on board which are accompanied by faithful and experienced messengers. The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sacramento city on the. 14th and last day of every month. Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. Offices: Sacramento— Second, between J and K. San Francisco — At Adams &amp;. Co's. Marysville Maiden Lane, corner Second st. m19 Todd &amp; Co.'s Oregon...
WHIG TICKET . [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
WHIG TICK E T . For Mayor — Joseph H. Nevett. For Recorder — William H. McGrew. For 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 1st. Ward — Jos. A. Haines " " J. P. Harley. " " Richard CHEENERY 2d. Ward — Carey Peebels. " " Elias Kennedy. " " Addison Martin. 3d. Ward— Gabriel M. Duval. " " Gen. C. J. Hutchinson. " " L B. Patchin.
Wlii? Vigilance Committees. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
Wlii? Vigilance Committees. ■ Flits;- WARD. I SECOND WARD. ' " THIRD WAKD. B N lorry ;: «i Lathrop It J Watson Jos I! Beard ! Joseph Boss [George 1) Naeglc Win Krvsin IS Sylvester .1 II Dpdegraff j WmHEaJriii F, Ankeuy It B Folger David Hamilton Chas Turnbull T Moore G G Wright I Edward Kvre W A Dasbiell I lorn v Harrigaii Junes M Alaxcy Edward Norton T W'Browdor Win M Orinsby C Honor Job II Watson Z Montgomery A.l [loom Dr C Zabriskie E X i'aterson. DII Haskell.
GRAND RALLY TO-NIGHT. ATTENTION, WHIGS! [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
GRAND RALLY TO-NIGHT. ATTENTION, WHIGS! The Whigs of the First, Second and Third Wards, will meet in Mass, at their respective Head Quarters, THIS (Saturday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Tho Whigs of the Third Ward will proceed to the Crescent City Hotel, in the Second Ward : and from thence the Whigs of those two wards will march to the Orleans. House. and there join tho Whigs of the First Ward. E. J. C. Ke\ven,R. N. Berry, David McDowell, and the chiefs of the Tuion Club, acting as Marshals, the Procession will then proceed along Second to J street, up J street to Sixth street, through Sixth street to 1 street, down I street to Fifth street, and there halt, to accept cf the presentation of a BANNER, fmrn the Ladies, to the Whigs of Sacramento City: and also, a FLAG. J'rcin the Whig* of San Francisco. The Procession -will then move under the direction of the Marshals, to the Orleans House, where several distinguished speakers from San Francisco, will address the Whigs. Every Whig of Sacr...
For the Unions The Rambler....No. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
For the Unions The Rambler.... No. 7. "Hen quntum dextras rei conhungerie." Every Society, with or without any distinct organization, has some uniting medium to bind together its component parts, else the chain would be severed in all its links ; some magnet unto which clings every social compact : some nucleus around which cluster the choice spirits of every city, village, or neighborhood : and the truth of this assertion applies with equal weight to individual in another, based upon external action, without drawing aside the curtain that hides the secret thoughts and designs of the heart : for it is sufficient for my present purpose that every human being has some notorious peeuliarity, from which he may be judged as truly as though laid bare to every beholder. True eonfulenco knows no reserve, affected restraint, false delicacy, (misnamed modesty) can claim no kin to confidence; the most penetrating could never trace in its cold, formal greetings any decided resemblance to the op...
CorrespdiHleuee of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
Correspondence of the Union. Auburn, May 1st.. Mr. Editor : One of the most astonishing changes in this remarkable country, is seen in the facility afforded passengers in their transit to the mines. But two short years ago, the digger was forced to shoulder his pack and pick, and putting his limbs in motion, trudge along the hot and dusty road, to his place of destination. Fortunate was he, if a seat could be obtained on the slow, plodding ox team ; - and more fortunate still, if a tent could be found to afford him shelter from the intense rays of the summer sun. Now, the comfortable and rapid coach whirls one over the broad plains, and up the foot hills, to the very base of the Sierra Nevada, The time occupied then, in reaching this distant point, was at least ten days: but at present, same distance is accomplished in as many hours. Every few miles on the road, the unpretending, though well kept inn, peeps up through the dense groves of the evergreen oak, inviting the wearied and j...
From the Correspondence of the AIU. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 3 May 1851
From the Correspondence of the AIU. City of Mexico, April 3, 1851. The interest you take in receiving information of every thing which refers to the Tehuantepec road, has been an object of attention to me. and though little can be said yet, I will detain the present report. The newly established company had tolaber upon its first start, against innumerable adversities. The steamer Alabama could not make her trips with the regularity expected, and promised by her programme, being -detained first by, the custom house officers at Vera Cruz, and afterwards by a hundred small impeachments: and her successor, the Fanny, was very nearly lost on her last trip by a heavy norther. The stores and implements of the company were scarcely deposited at Minatillan, on the Guasacoalco, when a conflagration con--Burned almost the whole of the village. mU The landholders on the line begin to know the value of their lands, and \ change hands often. ' The commissioners are busy in exploring the land, fo...