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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. NUMBER 58. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 9. 1850.

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

Barton Lee, Formerly Priest, Lee& Co) REAL ESTATE OFFICE, On the east side of Second St., between I and . J. WHOLESALE DEALER IN LUMBER AND HOUSES.— A liberal rate of interest allowed on permanent deposites. K. A. PEARIS. A. W. BROCKWAY PEARIS & BROCKWAY, Grocers and dealers in all kinds of provisions and miners' supplies, No. 123 ; J street, beJween Fourth and Fifth. -. / :t> : At their Drug store, nearly .opposite, may also ' be found a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines and Paints. Particular attention paid to physician's prescriptions. - 100 choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Enquire as above. George D. Naegle, BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, SACRAMENTO CITY, Is 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 up chimneys, set grates, or do anything in his line with which he ; may be lavored. Residence, corner 11th and F. m293m — DRS. DEAL & ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

'■ : Warb'ass : & ' Co., : ' ' : V. ■- •-•bankers;'."'';.';"''^ Exchange Brokers and Real Estate Aointi, ' : Corner of Second and J sts., Sacramento City. !j ' pXCHANGE for sale on N. York, * Philadelphia, Sl Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. ...•.- -■ Gold dust bought. '■"-;'■'- ~" •• :• • ■ • , Drafts and bills collected. n „- 'j ;>. . ■ ': ;*= Real Estate bought,' sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United States. .^:,; ...;..,:,.":;':..•!, : : ; „. ..?.. .,,.-., . . •. Miners, wishing to remit to the United States, by sending the amount to W. & Co., with the ad dress of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rely on drafts being forwarded by first opportunity. : To protect against loss by fire, W. & Co. have purchased the large' double safe formerly used by the Phoenix BanK of New York, and believe it to be the largest and most secure of any in California. ■ THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

Medical Partnei ship. DOCTORS T. J. WHITE aud C. "' D. CLEVELAND have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, and have established in extensive Ilot-pital, that will accommodate huudred patients, on the corner oi Ninth mid L streets; where one of the parti.s can ilways tie found, and the other at the counting room of Paul, White &- Co. : ■ :'., Dr. White's personal attention will, at all Limes, be devoted to such casts a* may be entrusted to his care- api2.3jn MEDICAL CO-PARTNERSHIP. I^R. I. KEEP who has 'practised ■~V Jtfedicine and Surgery in Louisiana and Mississippi; 34 years, and E. S. BILLINGS, who has 1 ractised iii Vicksburg, Mississippi, 15 years, and in Acapuleo, Mexico, the last 12 mouths, have associated themselves together, and offer their professional services to the citizens of Sacramento city, California, and its neighborhood. ' ,'Office on 2d street, near the corner of J street, in Mr Merritt's wooden building, up stair...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

! f)R. J. McNULTY,ofNew York \^~f ■ City, would respect nlly inform hi> friends that he has opened a Medical Office, on X street,' third door from Front, and hopes by prompt attention to receive a share of public patronage. ■ .'■ apl6-3m ■". _ '_;/.■■ ...; v ";.;■-. S''-: .: ''_ . ■ '-; : . .- •■':■'. '»" l| D. STRATTON, Doctor of **• * Dental Surgery, offers his professional services to the citizens of Sacramento City and vicinity. Office on J street, 'adjoining Warbass" Banking House. Ladies visited at their residences? Reference is made, to J. F. Morse, M. D., Dr. T. J ■ White, : Mr. • Eugene. Oillespie," and others in Saf-amrnto City. , . ,; : . '.»-.v ,i; ' . .'•} ml l.3in>; I jR. DO W 'S DYSENTERY Try CORDIAL— -n'his. is to certify, that we - have been cured ; of, the dysentery by Dr. Dow's cordial; therefore recommend it -to our friends and others, 1 . who may be troubled with that complaint. A. A. Duriee, Harri'son Coney, Merri<:k Palmer, Lev...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

: Builders and Architects. •. WINN & LATSON, on Third, be;T: *•;<:: tween L: ' and M : streets,' are ready at ill times ; to contract , for and erect^any kind Buildings. Fire \ proof Brick ft buildings particu- 1 larly. They : will also furnish Pi&us, Eleva* lions .and Estimates,*; or either, for,' any "sort ox building, at a reasonable rate. "I^iey will attend - to the. making of Collins, or anything else usually understood to be the duty of undertakers, "' jyl»tf ; ■/ :r : -:' A. P. Petit, ; v'::^v. ; - .. ■ CONTRACTOR AND I BUILDER; IS : \ new ready to ' receive and make - out specifications and plans for building* of all kinds. He will also furnish material* ueceusary ibr the erection of all kinds of bullviiii^B.'. Stores, barrooms, etc., fitted tip neat- : y at short notice. He has also a general '*m di>rtment of four panueled inch*and'a*hulf doors, with and without mouldings ; and ether sash for windows, glazed and unglazed; Can be...

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ii.c Orcut B.hiii I rude. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

The Great Basin Trade.. The fact that gold has been found on the east side of the Sierra Nevada opens a wide field for speculation. For five hundred miles on this side of the same range,almost every streamlet abounds in the precious metal. Now that similar indications beyond a doubt exist in gulches leading from the same mountains in an opposite direction, the infer- ence is powerful that a corresponding distance on the borders of the other side is a gold bearing region. Should this prove so, a new impulse will be given to the commerce of California. A new and almost unbounded field for enterprise will burst upon us, to startle and animate the business public. It is well, after what has happened, to watch closely the progress of affairs in the Great Basin. What is the climate there? what is the soil? Hemmed in between two lofty ranges of mountains, with no inducements heretofore held out for its exploration, what- ever is known concerning it has been gath- ered from the casual notes...

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California Miners Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

California Miners Hospital. G. W. I n »bal, M D., a physician wh^ ■las am ,)le testimonials '■ and \ appears to <be t. nan of enterprise and euergy, has laid be fore us a ■ plan; for ■ ; a lie w; hospit.l, th© bene fits of which can be secured by all miner and others, who become m-n.bers of the in Uitution, v ( )on . the payment of a:: moderati subscription. We v publish 1 a synopsis of tht pUn ;. below, so that all; who let- 1 : interested ■nay judge ofjiisfftjasibiliiy^^cvij-^^^^i California Mi he rg*/ Hospital. ' -• u Sec. I. The . ii«cessity :oi establishing ai. Institution or this kind, is so urgent and apparent, as to induce the undersigned to offli to the consideration of the public the followlug basis of his plan :; '. ; „ .- ,\; .•.;,;. Sec. 11. The object of the Institution is. to secure to persons engaged in mining opera—and others — proper ' medical \- aid anu treatment, at a small compensation. > . , Sec. ; 1 1 . The location of the Hospital shall ...

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For the Transcript. THE CITY PHYSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

For the Transcript. THE CITY PHYSICIAN. The city fathers, feeling the weighty re <ponsib lily of representing the will of their c mstituents, have just appointed one of their •umber to the office of City Physician. We, in our humble ca >acity, know noth. ing of the professional merits of the gentleman appointed, only as the late popular prouietorof the "Gem." He may for all we ■*now discharge the office ably aud consci--ntiously, but really, gentlemen, don't, for ihe honor of the city, create offices and fill them from your own number. Vote yourselves salaries, pay yourselves liberally for services for which you were chosen and consented to perform gratis, but don't take advantage of a trust committed to you to put each other into professional standing over those who have fairly won public confidence by devotion to their profession in the cause of humanity. Furthermore, by an act of the board, the gentleman chosen as City Physician was the individual to whom wa...

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Correspondence of the Sacramento TraiKCfipt. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

Correspondence of the Sacramento TraiKCfipt. Salmon Falls, July 3, 1850. Friend Editor : If I remember correctly. when in San Francisco, the city of gamblers, fog and dust, you requested me to furnish you with matters of interest, if chance threw such items in my path. While there, nothing transpired to pay for the ink and paper necessary to enter them on record. But it occurred to me a few days since that it might not be deemed a sacrilege to introduce to your "sanctum" a brief scrawl from the point l am now located in. Not because of the interest it might alone afford you, or the benefit it might confer upon me, but rather that, emigrants, lately arrived, might learn that there is one place more, bearing a most significant name, to wit : " Salmon Falls," that should be added to the already long list of remarkable places in California. The history of Salmon Falls cannot well be dated as far back as when 11 Ninevah" — encompassed about by a band of harmless men, blowing ram's horns ...

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Mexican Boundary Survey.—The [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

Mexican Boundary Survey. — The N. Y. Journal of Commerce says : The preparations which have been making in this city by officers who are to be engaged in running theboundary line between the United States and Mexico, are completed, except the pur chase of clothing and provisions. — For the transportation of the land party, escort over rivers, &c, four of Francis's metallic life boats have been provided, each thirty feet in length, five broad, and divisible into five sections, in order that they may be car ried on the backs of mules. They are now at tlm Brooklyn .Navy Yard, and are named the Gila, Conde, and Colorado — the names of the rivers to be examined. The fourth will receive the name of the U. S. Commissioner. Each boat is provided with 600 feet of Manilla rope, to conduct them thro' rapids and canons. The latter are points in the river where it is compressed into a narrow channel, often between steep rocks, sometimes extending several miles, and where the stream i...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

OR SALE— The i lease, fixtures, T* i- table and kitchen furniture, of an extensive Boarding House, doing a profitable busmefftr, on : J street/ The proprietor ;is I obliged to retire from business on account of ill health, and the concern will bY disposed ot on reasonable terms. For /particulars i en • quire at this office. '.;:; ; '//; /■;■;: /: v jy9-3t (&1000 REWARD.— STOLEN tjpivrw * rom the room -of lhe under . signed, in the building corner of -; sth and J streets, on ; Friday evening last, sth inst., two : bags containing $346 in; gold dust, aiiid/3u or $40 in Wright's gold coin — for the recovery of which, or for the detection and conviction of the thief, the above reward will be <p aid. A man was seen : coming out of the window of the room from which the money was stolen, and if he can be identified, the j>er«oi so .doing ahail be paid the above re. waul [j9.4t»] : Mrs. KING. VY :{ : HAY SCALES, No. i.---'r^Z'-i The public are hereby inform...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned have formed a co-partnership for the transaction of an Express; and general forwarding and commission business, between san Francisco, sacramento city, and the mines, under the name and style of Hawley & co. T. R. HAWLEY, J. M. FREEMAN. • sacrarnen'o city, July 4, 1850. -; ■- '}: fj>B .' v : HAWLEY & CO 's EXPRESS IpROM Sacramento City : and the "*■ : mines to* the Atlantic states 7 and "' Ku- — .he only firm . in ■ sacramento city ; couuecting with the well known express of Ad ams ; Sf co ," at »an/ Francisco, for- the : transmission of gold dust, coin, &c, to and from the above places. Gold dust and ; coin forwarded to London via Panama, and insurer against *11 risks until delivered at the Bunk of England. , H. & co , collect > notes, bills, <$-c, forward letters, purchase goods, and attend promptly to all the usual business of an Express. H. & co., reter to...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

AMUSEMENTSLee's Theatre Hall. Grand and Extraordinary Performance of BALLET AND OPERA, THIS EVENING, JULY 9th, 1850, The Managers announce that the company, under the direction.of Senor Lloreate, will give their third representation This Evening. July 9th. . PART I— Overture by full Orchestra; Andalusian Dance by Senora Caiiovas and senor Arayo, entitled | La ? Sevillana; i. Fancy. Dance j called' the 1 Escozesa' by M. and Mad. Llorente; the Primal Donna, Senora Avalos. will > sing "ail Aria from the opera Beatrice di Tenda. :, . . v . ;. J* 'V PART ll— Pas de Peax,^entitled Delo« Belo«. by Mr and Mrs Llorente; Andnlusian song. El Jaque, Senora Avalos; also, the j celebrated dance La Samancueca, in' which Mad. Lloreute will appear in men's clothes./.'-' ..^".t . ■ : \- ,;,■.- ,-, PART lll— Overture; Graceful ; Dance, .. composed by Liorente,' in which the company will appear, in fancy aud costume dresses. \ • ••.;. •■ '-.. i r r, Prices, parquette $3, boxes &2...

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