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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

Canton and California. — A large and va- ! luable trade is already springing up between j California and Canton. Hon. John W. Davis, ( American Consul at Canton, in one of his i letters to the State Department, furnished a memorandum which he had obtained of the 1 vessels which had sailed from Hong Kong to i California. Eighteen vessels, with cargoes ' valued at over half a million of dollars, had ; left that single port for California within three months. Arrivals Yesterday. — There arrived at [ this port yesterday, the ship Crescent Cap{. Clark, from Salem, Mass., last from San j Francisco. This ship draws eleven and ' a-half feet of water, and is one of the largest ' vessels ever in our port. , Also, brig Ceylon, direct from Boston — >, cargo to order. The Next Mail. — The steamer Isthmus i is now fully dne from Panama. She will ; bring two weeks later intelligence from the | States. | National Arena. — The opening at this ' citcus on the evening of the 4th of July was...

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Ym Sons of Temperance on the Fourth. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

Ym Sons of Temperance on the Fourth. According to previous arrangements, the Sons of Temperance assembled at their hall on the morning of the Fourth ; there formed in procession, and marched through various streets to "Queen's Hall," corner M and and Front streets. Numbers of our citizens also gathered at the same place, and united with the " Sons," formed quite a large and patriotic assemblage. After prayer by Rev. Mr. Benton, and reading of the Declaration./^ Independence, by E. J. Willis, Esq., Col. J. C. Zabriskie arose> and delivered extemporaneously one of those effective, practical orations, which arc always listened to for their power, and remembered because they contain truths. He did not allow himself to be carried away by enthusiasm, but confined himself to matter-of-fact illustrations. He sought rather to convince with reason, than to enchant the audience with eloquence. His remarks were extended to considerable length, and were generally intended to illustrat...

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Communicated. The Celebration at Brighton. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

Communicated. The Celebration at Brighton. Agreeably to promise, I send you a few notes of the doings at Brighton, on the glorious old Independence Day. Having anticipated the arrival of the procession of Bricks, in my visit to the magnificent Pavilion, I was favorably situated for appreciating their distinguished entrance to this magic village of beauty and entertainment. Between 12 and I o'clock, the procession reached the Pavilion, and alighted amidst the most enthusiastic greetings of welcome. Nothing could be more imposing than this grand procession. On each side of the road was a long, single pile of Bricks, mounted on horse-back, and in the centre a train of carriages, in which the proverbial humanity of this Order had placed what I conjectured to be the superannuated of the Association. The sphited detail which filled up the fleeting interval between their arrival and the commencement of the celebrating ceremonies of the day, are too readily imagined to need record or advert...

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PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL. Friday Evening, July sth, 1350. Council met pursuant to a call of the Mayor. Aid. McKenzie read a report of committee on finance, which was referred to printing committee to have published. . On motion, council proceeded to election of city rollec-tor. No one of the candidates having received a majority of votes, election was, on motion Aid. Tweed, postponed until next regular meeting. Council next, on motion, proceeded to election of City Physician. Dr. V. Spalding having received a majority of vote*,' was declared duly elected. Council, a< a body, having received complimentary invitations from the managers of the -'Ballet Troupe," to attend a concert, and one from steamer Gov. Dana, for an up river excursion, resolutions, returning thanks, were read by Aid. Tweed, and the Clerk was instructed to transmit copies of same to the proper persons. Adjourned till next Tuesday evening.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

Miscellaneous. The Crops. — The crops in Maryland continue to look well, and give promise of an abundant yield. In Warren and Clarke counties, Virginia, the crops are also very promising. In the vicinity of Zanesviile, Ohio, the wheat is said to have never looked finer than it now does. The peach crop in many parts of NewJersey will, it is thought, be larger than it has been for many years. 'I he late frost and heavy rains have done serious damage to the cotton crop, particularly in Tennessee and Mississippi. The number of stores labelled "to rent,' in this city, can be attributed to the ruging of the epidemic, called California fever, — What affinity it holds to yellow fever we know not. — [Cm. Com. The cholera has appeared on the steamboats running on the Mississippi, but only few deaths have occurred. We copy the following advertisement from the London Times : a 1 "Wanted, immediately, a good second- AJ hand milliner, either French or English ; • one who could sleep out of doors ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

Died, In this city, on the 4th inst , of inflammation of the Lungs, Mr. Melchere Abegg, aged about 33 years, formerly from Germany. In this city, on the 4th inst., of consumption,. Mr. James R. Pansey, formerly of lowa, aged 33 years. tty The stockholders in the Settler's Printing Establishment are requested to meet in the Herkimer Hotel, Fourth street. belween+J and X, on Monday evening, July 8, at 7% o'clock, to hear the report of the Committee on Offices-d &c, and to act on the same. JHJ By order of the last Meeting^^| sacramento city, July 6th. jy62t ™ "POR RENT— The fire-proof brick store on the south side of J street, between 4th and sth sts. Possession given on the 10th inst. [j6-2t*] D.G.WHITNEY,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

: PUFF! PUFF!! PUFF!!! 1 ' Tis\Dtlicious '!■: What a comfort there 'is in -■■■ yi [■' -}a: first rate Cigar ! TUST received by the subscribers a i *^ . large invoice of the most superb Cigars f that can be found in i Sacramento or any other city — the ' true "Habannas," at r ' ' y* •• ' ' ; "" ; S^-¥-> >\ WARREN & COS, . : jy6-tf J: Tehama Block, cor J and Front. ~ a -n-n The Express of ANGLE § CO. @^^^.is removed to the; office of AW: . '*y g W*LEY &. CO., on Front, between L ■and M sts. Patrons of the former house will please bear this arrangement !in mind. j6-tf T^XGBDANGE ■: AND "*^ HOUSE.— -The undersigned, in connecion with Messrs. PAGE $ BACON; of St. Louis, Missouri, have oppened an Exchange and Banking House' in this city, arid will be prepared at all times to purchase Gold Dust and Bullion, at the best market rates, and to . furnish • sight ' and i time Exchange on all the prominent points in the States. c; ' - ' , PAGE, BACON ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

AMUSEMENTS. Xee's Theatre Hall. Grand end Extraordinary Performance of\ BALLET AND OPIERA, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY Gth. f "pHE Managers, thankful for the patronage this enlightened public show- j ed on our first performance of Wednesday last, have the honor to announce that the Company. ; under ihe direction of Senor Llorente, will give their second representation this evening, in which i they will exhibit various new dancesORDER OF PERfORMANCE. PART I.— lst. Grand Overture, by full Orchestra. 2d. The beautiful Spanish Dance entitled Las Manchegas, executed by Senorita Canovas and Senor Arroyo. 3d. The'Prima Donna, Seno- i ra Avalos, with her enchanting voice will sing an ! Aria from the Grand Opera De la Lucia de Lam- i mermour. of the immortal Donizetti. 4th. Mrs. and Mr. Llorente will execute the elegant Polka, which dance gained them the greatest applause in various theatres of Europe. PART ll.— lst. Grand Symphony. 2d. At the request of several distinguished citizens of this pla...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

AUCTION SALES. H(y Prettyman, Uarroll & Co., X slteet, near Second. LUMBER, BRICK AND SHINGLES, AT AUCTION. Will be sold on Saturday morning, July 6th, at 10 o'clock — 8000 feet boards, planed on both sides 8000 do. flooring, do. one side 4000 do. sidingf, do. do. 7500 cypress shingles 3000 red brick. The above cargo of schooner E. A. Slicer, direct from Baltimore, Maryland, consigned to Preltyman, Barroll & Co., will be sold entire, without any reserve, in lots to suit purchasers." Samples can be seen at store. "All articles warranted according to samples. PRETTYMAN, BARROLL $ CO., jy4 2t X street, near 2d. AUCTION SALE. Prettyman, Barroll $- Co., Auctioneers. This Day, at ten o'clock, in front of store, 1 superior stage wagon, rrcw and in fine order; 1 second-hand ox wagon. Also, 1 fine saddle Horse, with saddle and bridle. Title warranted by a responsible person. PRETTYMAN", BARROLL & CO., jy6 It* X street, near 2d. By I>. IS. Milne,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

MMmjM — ■ ■ ■-■- -■■■■ '-•■-■:-'■■:-. .■.-■y.- .. ■.- AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. OFFICES & ROOMS~TO RENT -.' "', ■■'■-. -:^. At Auction, ':"' " ■ ; '. ■;■": vßy J B Starr £ Co. -j^ii : On Saturday July 6th, 1850, at 9 o'clock. ; : Will be rented on the above day at our sales >. room .V ( 3) « fine '-J offices ■} and "V sleeping j rooms, with the r following dimeusions : : • . •;-. ' Room No : l/ on Front street 8x22 feet . ' ■;:,■-'.'"'; "';;2.-v : » « ■:;- : Bs2Q\^:}'l " " 3 " " Bx2o " " " 4 X " 9xlo « " v 5 " « 10x11 " " " 6 " " 11x12 ' : -. ■■." ■■■« .7 " ; » lOxii ",- : " '• 8 " « 9xlo " w. v 9 ...•• « '9xlo " "'•"'*• •' " . ' " 10, ',''.'* ": 10x12 " V -. >' "11 * « 11x12 " p> «12 ; .:•«■;■ « llxil « " .• 13 : v"/-"; 10x12 " . The above mentioned rooms are over our auction room at the corner of X and Front , streets, and' will , be rented at so much per month, until January, 1851. It is the most desirable locatio...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALEL ~FORISALEi JOT 8, square between L and M, M - A and 4th and sth streets. Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and sth at*. vo J " M and N,' and 4th and 6th d«. " &, " M and N, and 3d and 4th dol 6 » " N and O, and Ist and 2d do. " 5 5 " N and O, and 3d and 4th do. " 5 - " O and P< and 3d and 4th do. Q '.' 8j " O and P, and 3d and 4th do. » lots between H and I, and 2d and 7th streets. o0 " H and American Fork, and Ist and lpth streets. Lots l,"-2, 3 and 4, square betw. I and J, and oth and 7th streets. Lot No. 2, M street, betw. 2d and 3d, (east half. 3, L street, between 3d and 4tb. 1, M street, corner 10lh, " 4. M street, corner 11th, " 1, Q street, corner 2d. 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork eaat of 4 th street. 100 lots between H and American Fork, cast of 10th street. Lot 20 by 75 on the alley between Ist and 3d, and J and X sts, next to Messrs. Coates & Rivetts. 3 lots, 20 by 80. and buildings, on 3d st. near M Th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

KEGS— KEGS— KEGS. MANUFACTURED and constant- *■*-■- ly on hand at A. Noble's " Keg Manu r actory," X street, between 2d and 3d, (opposite the U. S. Hotel.) tYlerchants in the leighboring towns supplied at short notice — md all orders by mail or otherwise promptly mswered. Trimming, Gauging, and all oth<r business in the Coopering line, attended to s usual, sacramento City, May 11, 1850. [3m. HOPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— The undersigned have formed a copart. ership under the firm of Waxbass & Co.. as ankers, Exchange Brokers, and Real Estate gents. Office, corner of 2d and J streets. THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM S. HEYL, JOHN F. MORSE, sacramento city, April 20, 1350. ap23 tf pHE COPARTNERSHIP hereto- ** fore existing under the firm and style of ellus, Howard & Co., is this day dissolved r mutual consent, and Win DM Howard id Talbot H Green are duly empowered to •ttle all affairs of the concern, san Francis- \ June 20th, 1850. W. D. M. HOWARD, TALBOT H. GRE...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

A. M. Winn, General Agent and Special Agent for < CAPT. JOHN AUGUSTUS SUTTER, Office in Gillespie's Doric Row. on M between 2d and 3d streets, in Sacramento City. pOR SALE— Building lots in A Sutter, Sacramento City, Vernon, Buteville, Eliza and Plumas 8 lots on M and 2d streets, in Sacramento City, splendid property for brick buildings. Farms on Sacramento and Feather rivers, } in sizes to suit purchasers. All or any portion o p the above named property will be sold at a low rate, and on easy terms, the object being to give an equal chance to small and large capitalists. An excellent boarding house on 3d between , L aud M streets, for rent or sale. A ranche below and near the city. my2s 3m VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. Sutter Hotel and Furniture. rjECIDEDLY the most valuable "*^ property in the city. The above hotel is delightfully situated on the Levee, over- ■ looking the Sacramento river, between X and L streets, and directly opposite to the ■ steamboat landings. It is ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

NEW LINE FOR SACRAMENTO CITY, MARYSVILLE [ AND TRINITY MINES. : r ; npHE new, fast running and substan- -*• tial : 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 *. m. Freight and ; passengers taken at the lowest ratts. 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 freight and passengers can be sent through direct to any of the upper towns, without any detention -at sacramento city. - ; Goods : for shipment by Vthis^ steamer received at all times on board the Tahmaroo free of charge; and orders left with the undersigned, agents, will receive immediate attention. LOCKE $ MORRISON, J Howison's Pier, foot, of. Sacramento st, pGDEN # HAYNKS, ' " Clay, street wharf, eau ; Francisco. At sacramento, to captain on board. jl2tf TJ< OR BUTE CITY, Taylor's R...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

PACIFIC MAIL Steamship Company connecting with the U. States Mail Steamers "Cherokee" and "Philadelphia," at Chagres.' The Pacific Mail steamship company's steamer "Tennessee," Geo. A. Cole, Esq., commander, will leave for Panama, touching only at Acapulco, on Monday, July 15, 1850, at 4, p. m. Treasure for shipment received at the company's office, Foot of Harrison's pier, Sacramento st., on Fiiday 12th, and Saturday, 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 Chagres on the arrival of the passengers and treasure. The Philadelphia is one of the finest boats on the Atlantic coast, and passengers can secure.through tickets, with , the -probability of being in New York, in thirty days. ':, RATES OF PASSAGE :■,. San Francisco to Panama, in the cabin, $300 do. „ do. .-. steerage, 150 Chagres to New York, 5a100n..........;. 125 do do ; forward cabin. 100 do do . ; lower ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 6 July 1850

DANIELS & YOUMAN, General Undertakers, Fourth street, between J and K. N. B. Mahogany, and pine coffins constantly on hand. SAN FRANCISCO SIMMONS, LILLY & CO, may be found at their new warehouse, sacramento street wharf. san Francisco, June 17, 1850. DEMOVALof the PIOINEER 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 Stationery, and miscellaneous Books. N. B. An invoice of Law Books just received., : 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. C. C. RICHMOND & CO WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles choice Family Stores, &c. Also, Agents for the sale of Sands' and Townsend's sarsaparila, In dian Chologogue, ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 8 July 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 8, 1850. NUMBERS?.;

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