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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

_ SAN FRANCISCO. - . Cotton pack Bags, &c. . HhHE undersigned are constantly re- "*• ceiving the above articles, which they offer in lots to suit purchasers. r ; a • They will j also supply parties with ; Hose, Ladders, etc., etc., upon the most favorable terms: ■! % jgg r ; ADRAIN $ STORY, r j il ;•'- Montgomery st., 1 door below Pacific^ j San Francisco, April 8, 1830. /; ■ 06t* mHIS DAY landing from ship ReinA deer and bark Chester, the following desirable Goods : — .: ,: ;'i;; 48 cases heavy and light Boots. • '•'; y'f: : . 30 do , do ... do ( Brogans. : , : 6 do ladies Buskins and Slippers. 2 rt 100 dozen red and blue wool Shirts. '"5 : 200 ' do : ; woolen and cotton Socks. ■ a•; 100 j • do wool Wrappers and Drawers. 1000 pairs assorted Pants. • : r-.v ;; p. 200 Reefing Jackets. ' -^' |g > \ 100 dozen Guernsey/ Frocks. s^s 5 bales Blankets, assorted colors. ■ 30 casks London Porter. . 10 do Boston Hams. 30 kegs Goshen Butter. ; ,i ■ .; 200 gallons Pickles...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 April 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. IMPORTERS and Commission M&4& * chants,, Central Wharf, San Francisco. M apl-3m <i OEO. EMDICOTt'. SASt'L H. GREENE. OEO. J. OAESI. Endlcott,' Greene & Oakes, *"* J COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i and General Dealers in Merchandise, \ First street, near Market, San Francisco, -— { apl -3m -,;,.,-, „V I) ": ,X..,,, K ..,,' lt ii C-.J" j THOS. USDERWOOD. ; ;-rj P WM. S. M'KNIGHT- ■ Underwood, MclLnight & Co.. > riOMMISSION Merchants, on San- j | some street, near the foot of- Pacific st \ ] next door, to Congress . Hall, San Francisco, keep constantly on hand a general assortment of Groceries 1 and Provisions, Pickles, Preserved Meats, Oysters, Lobsters, ctc^ etc. „ April i, 1850. r ; -;; ; ' ;; %£.". y, : Burgoyne & Co., Bankers, " l SAN FRANCISCO. ■■ iiliJ ' vi L 'V^' TjIXCHANGE for sale on New Or- ] ■*- leans, New York, and principal cities. ij Gold dust shipped and insured. * ,*"" :J \ ' Agent...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 16, 1850. NUMBER 7.

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Mr. Clay's Compromise Resolutions. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

Mr. Clay's Compromise Resolutions. We subjoin Mr. Clay's compromise resolutions relative to California, as we find them published in the official report of the proceedings of the Senate on the 29th of January : Resolutions. —It being desirable for the peace, concord, and harmony of the Union of these States, to settle and adjust amicably all existing questions of controvesy between them arising out of the institution of slavery, upon a fair, equitable, and just basis: Therefore, 1. Resolved, That California, with suitable boundaries, ought, upon her application, to be admitted as one of the States of this Union, without the imposition by Congress of any restriction in respect to the exclusion or introduction of slavery within these boundaries. 2. Resolved, That as slavery does not exist by law, and is not likely to be introduced into any of the territory acquired by the United States from the Republic of Mexico, it is inexpedient for Congress to provide by law either for its introdu...

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The Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

The Common Council. Although a sent in our Common Council is, with the exception of the Mayoralty, the most honorable position to which the city can elevate a man, — although there is a gratification in the feeling that one possesses the confidence of his fellow c'tizens, and that he has been singled out from among the mass, and entrusted with their interests, yet the gentlemen who compose the present common council occupy, we opine, uocnviable position. Tho labor before them is herculean ; — the responsibility is great. In the course of their legislation they cannot fail to find towering before them,aud obstructing their pathway ,the interests of conflicting classes of the community. These interests will demand attention. Action must be taken on them one way or the ot'.:er; they cannot be overlooked or avoided. It will be seen then that nothing but the most skilful management will enable our council to accomplish much of their work to the general satisfaction of the community. The ...

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Herz's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

Herz's Concert. Our readers will be gratified to hear, that Henry Herz, the great composer, arrived in the last steamer from San Francisco. The new building on the corner of M and Front streets, has been fitted up for the convenience of the public, and the first grand concert will come off there to-night. Mr. Herz was greeted enthusiastically at San Francisco. The National Theatre was crowded nightly, with the fashion of the place, who listened, enraptured, to his brilliant performances. He was surprised to I find so much musical taste in San Francisco. i and we are informed by a friend, that it was j sometimes with difficulty, that he could gel I through his piaces, so frequent and long w^re | the applaudings of the audience. We arc | happy to sec this state of things below, and j believe that there exists quite as much musical taste, of a high order, here in Sacramento, as can be found in San Francisco; so that, when talent and genius comes to us. we shall not be backward in greet...

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New Diggings at Placerville. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

New Diggings at Placerville. Mr. / Final Da:iiefe, County Judge' elect for El Dorado County, called in upon us on Saturday last, and informed us that some important d scoveries hud been made in the neighborhood of Placerville, (Hangtown.) A lar -c sink, or low, flat place/ which extended for some forty or fifty rods between two ravines, was prospected by two diggers, (one named Albert W. Bee, the other a Mr. Isaac R. Querean,i and found very rich. It has a rocky, hilly bed, which indicates that water formerly extended over the surface, and connected with the ravines on either side. There are at present about 100 men dig- [ ging at this placn ; the number is rapidly increasing, and the prospect is that t!ie whole will soon be taken up. The rules adopted allow each man fifteen feet square. The gold obtained is coarse and lumpy. Mr. Daniels assures us that a large number working in this place are averaging a pound of pnre gold per day, and this under great disadvantages for want of wat...

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[Communicated.] [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

[Communicated.] Dear Ewer. — In my last laconic epistle I left you at Plumas, where I took leave of my friend Capt. Sutter, one of the proprietors of that beautiful place. Indeed, the entire country, for man) 7 m les above and below Hock Farm, is highly picturesque. Hock Farm is the country seat of Capt. J. A. Sutter, the generous, hospitable and noble pioneer of this country, whose name is intimately interwoven with its past and present, and with its future destiny. Some ten or eleven years ago, Capt. Sutler, the great Ciiliforni an pioneer, left Jackson county, Missouri, to take up his abode in this land, which was, nt that time, little else than the abode of savage* and of the wild beast — a land where he could no longer breathe the free atmosphere of the country of his adoption — far seperatcd from the fire-side conversations and domestic pleasures of a Urge and interesting family. Solitary and alone, he determined, in this distant and se cludea dej endency of imbecile Mexico, t...

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[Prom our own Reporter.] Legislate Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

[Prom our own Reporter.] Legislate Proceedings. Monday, April Bth. Senate. Bills reaii third lime and passed. — Bill prescribing thai mode of maintaining and defending sory actions on lands belonging to the Unii?cPß States. Hill to .prevent the importation of convicts I into this State. Bill providing for the liens of mechanics and others. . An Act in relation to taking the sense ofJ the people on the subject of the" permanent location of. the scat of Government. j V \ Bill concerning the office of Reporter of the Supreme Court. _ Bill to prevent the coining of money by individuals. „ Assembly. * J Bills reported and passed secon:l reading. — From the Judiciary Committee — Bill to authorize whipping in .punishment for grand and petit lan eny. Bill to provide for the holding of a special term of the District Court in the 4th Judicial^ Circuit, (San Francisco.) ,; ; . „"'/ .. Bill amendatory^ of a bill to regulate preH cecdings in criminal cases. Bill concerning persons in custody und...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

TEHAMA THEATRE —A CARD. The undersigned regrets very much that an occurrence took place last night at the Tehama Theatre, which, from its character, caused much dissatisfaction among the larger portion of the audience. Those who were present know very well that allusion is made to the circumstance that a /nan, iv female attire, was admitted in' o the pit. The undersigned would inform the public that the person thus attired was admitted unknown to him by two inefficient attaches, viz : the Treasurer, Mr. Allen, who sold the ticket, and the Door Keeper, Mr. Root; and that as soon as he learned the circumstance the person i vaS promptly ejected. Trusting that this will be accepted as a full apology for the unfortunate cir- ) cumstauce, the undersigned, as well as the Managers, hope still to have their earnest endeavors to please the public rewarded by the patronage of those who have heretofore been so liberal in the support of the Tohtuna Theatre, i April lfi, 1850. E. B. I-I'NDY.

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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

The Elections. fSAN Joaqdin.— The following officers are elected in and for the county of San Joaquin : County Judge— B-nj. Williams, of Me.; Sheriff— R. P. Ashc, Texas; ; Clerk— A. C. Bradford, Deleware ; Recorder — A. A. Mix, Louisiana; Attorney— E. L. B. Brooks, N. V.; Assessor — B. F.Whittier, Miss.; Coroner— J. B. Clement ; Treasurer — Henry W. Alden, Mass. For other officers, the votes were : For Clerk of the Supreme Court — E. FI. Tharp....511 W. G. Marcy..23s W. E. Shannon 95 For District Attorney — S. A. Baker, 1007. I El Dorado —We are indebted to Mr. Vinal Daniells, for the following abstract of the official returns from the Board of Canvassers of El Dorado county: For County Seat— For County Clerk— Culoma 1443 Lueian A. Foote 9£5 Placcrvilie 941 L. W.C. Femch 357 For CVk S. Co 7)7— J. H. Kead 319 W. E. Shannon 1651 For Recorder mE. H. Tharp ISI Achilles Jasper.. .Bo3 w^ District Alton, cy — E. J. Brooks . . .514 W.C. Wallace 1363 For Assessor— For Ccvnjy Judge— j,,|, n C...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

■: 2/ AMUSE mE n T S . y ■ to HHHE Composer and : Pianist, H. ' •*- HERZ will (rive his first Gr.ind o<>ncert, vocal < and * instrumental, ,at the . New ! corner of M and, From street, on " "---,' THIS EVENING; April 10, '' ; • ; On which occasion Henri Herz will play several of t his most celebrated: pieces, and conclude the ; Concert with an extemporaneous performance on several American, French, Italian and German ponular f*ones. . :,!^-VfV '" " Mr. REED will sing several of his favorite ,fbail£ds.jr-f7.r':>L'.° : : i o QJdHJZfZb:* kVtt Mr. S. BROWN .will perform two solos on the ' '.' Cornet-a-P' : ' : ' ■ ' ' ' • *■ A * - ' l '' •■ ' '■' W.t G.-tPETINOS will preside at the Piano' Forte.' Mr. HERZ. at the earnest solicitation of many I^s of our citizens, has agreed to' give three concerts in Sacramento City, previous to his departure by it: the next steamer. --•'■' :: '-'; >'■■<: .?.i-;. i- o ,'.:•.•:■•,■ ■• • '■:...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

O=7At a njaetiDg of a number ol citizens of Sacramento City, the following . gentlemen were constituted -Managers of a % Grand Soiree to be given in honor of the erection and oaeninsr of the Pacific Theatre : J - r ~ • xrj - i^/^Ai" 1 • Hon. Hardin Bigelow, Capt. Sackett, 0921-^' «.; "T. J. White, M. D.',' Job H Watson, -"• Cornwall, " S. Branhan," c ; : «■-:'-■:•}; Barton Lee, .7.' L Almarin B. Paul, .^'-, ', Judge Schoolcraft, J. P. Morse, <*:;'.•.:•, „-. • ■ Judge Thomas, ;;ru: it Thon.us A Warbass, i Eugene F. (Jillespie, - :i J. A. Blossom, A V C. D. Cleveland, M.D., A. Lee. ■ Co). Winn, % ."?.* .;■: B. F. Washington,! ' > S. P. Dewey, : - D. Strong, A. P. Petit,:. • = '> '.?/ .: : P. /Brunell, ••,... J.H. Giles, G. B. Freehold, F. C. Ewer, „" ■. J.Nicholas, „v Col. 11. A. Baker, :}: } . T. McDowell, R. P. Pearis, M. D., E. R. Pratt, .- / - . .■- James Quein, -■■'•- 1 W. F. Prettyman, Marry Morrison,. >. ..'. I. B. Marshall, J. S. Fow...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

ACTION SALES. Xi. X THOM? J. HANNA, Auctioneer. I BHammett & Co. t\i\ Vn J betwn 3d and 4th streets. nO i THIS L»A\eoaiii)oiicii)«; ut 10 o'clock, A.M. 12 kegs g^cn butter; ;r:-i v-.r.-'j'v -.r.-'j' i.- -1 20 boxes s(;m candles, ■-'»*'»' v -^ ' 10 bbls. srim.oil, -: ,-. I 94 boxes sp, 30,000 llavanjegars, 1-4 and 1 10 -boxes, 2000 ib. s\ve^>otatoes, >' ,\ i Yl s barrels |tra canvassed hams, £Jr Vv \ : 20 bbls. fresh brandy, v.-w • 7' 10 kegs exf quality da, • {{■ - v; ;■ '*„* "7 ,20 cases clat, - t .... 5 pipes Jarica rum, very old, i; V, ... 2 ; pipes snpior port wine, ;...,- „..-■ 6 boxes she tin, - 5000 i boxes seines, . \y> ; . 5000 cans freshystcrs, r j • . ;.*> . bbls. cidetfnegar, > / 50 boxes clajiipes, 100 doz. cottonose, ' '._ ;,■ . " n>so bags barley „ , -;A*\,i u y]> ' : - .:v •:■-.••■-,•;. ;.,.VLSO: . ...... ... „; . ..,v', Sundry invoices Irdwarc, dry goods, clothing, hats, caps, £...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

BARTON LEE, ■x Exchange -. ; Broker, i Banker. , . ; AND DEALER .IN REAL ESTATE, .Office*,' on street, East side, between I and J r streets. * a ' i:J -'-' > -*; 1 "-'•' aps 3mos j { "l v . Rowe's Olympic Circus. "' EFAVING made arrangements with •"• Messrs. Petit '$• Queen, by * wliieh the Pacific; Theatre has been procured, the undersigned, proprietor and manager, would respect.'uliy announce to the public of Sacramento City, that he intends opening the Olympic Circus in :, the above mentioned theatre,. on or . about the first day of "next month? 1 -" ■ fJ ; - JOSEPH A. "ROW E. Sac City, April 9, 1850. apt o tf 'piMBEE, AND SCANTLING.- "*• 65,000 feet desirable timber and scant ling; 35,000 superior shingles; . just art ivet and for sale by the subscriber, one"door south of the Suiter Hotel. ■' ; " WM. C. YOUNG. ._, aplO-6t • „ „, ,:, ; -■;■ , .. .• •,-,;., , . : -^ fVDTICE. — All persons : . having un- >; T> adjusted accounts with the firm of Dewe...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

AUCTION SALES. -~ By J. - 15. Starr r&- Co. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. [ 7 On Tuesday, April 16, 1850, !•;... Will be sold at our auction room, a number of choice Lots in San Francisco, Sacramento* City and Marysvilk;. '- V"^-^ ••« N.B. All pet sons who have a desire to iffer any Real Estate', will please render their • chediile .three days previous to the sale. ■?/ ;..';;V,:7A€ihimisii«asor?aj.Saie. '■,!./! ,^l^ILLi-be sold at public auction, by - :.;. JB. Starrer Co., at their sales room, >n Tuesday, 1 6th' inst, at (1] o'clock, A. M.,wo valuable city lots, on the corner of 6th • . .nd I streets,' each 20 by 60 feet" : v Terms' lash. . . .: ; WM. S. JUHNSON, Administrator Fstate S. C. Grosvenor, Sacnunento City, April 9, 1850; aplO 3t UILDING HARDWARE, ' , Silver, Brittania, Plated, 1 and Japannedvvare, fine Table and Pocket cutlery, , Look--ing Glasses* Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, .'lotting, Hats, Boots and Shoes, house furlishing goods of. every variety,- and...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 April 1850

MISCELLANEOUS.

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