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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

' AUCTION SALES. %g* By J. B. Starr & Co. SCHObNER AT '■' AUCTION, - .; J B STARR 4CO Auctioneers.. C On TcFsrAT, July 9tb, IeSO, at 10 o'clock a m. We will off r, in" iront of our ; store, the", fine fa.« i sailing schooner ," "LONE ! STAR. : •'« -She is well known here, as she has been running «n the river about one year, and has the reputation" of being the fastest schooner on the river, J he is copper fastened, about 12 tons burden, two year* old and made of the very best material ; she has a full»uh of sails in first rate jf order: : and f made" ot the best material.' Her inventory is all complete j" and she is ready to go to sea at? any hour. For further particular* call at ■ '-^ -r : '. •'" 'ih-M'.i'.:: ;■ /r ;; jy6 at . J ; B.STARR &CO;-- -■', .. Auction Sale — This Day. We will sell This Day, (Tuesday) at nine o'clock a M, at out sales-room!*, the most dc* sirable lot .'of Groceries offered this season. being consignments from San Francisco ant the S...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

real estate for sals. forljale! f OTB, square : between L aad M, *-* and 4th and sth streets. ; •■■•"■ '':; ;; f» :; •"'H;^ ' Lot 5, square betw, M and N. and 4th andsth«te» "7, ; . •*';- ■• :.f M and N. and 4th and sth da. 11 ?. ! " M and N, an I3d 4th da} " 6, « N'andU, and Ist and Sdite. " 5,v..V »•.•«;«■■'.-.-, N and O. and 3d and 4th .„ "5 r : '■'„ « .-; o aid P. and 3d and 4th da. " ;: , »;.. •' "v- :: ' O and aud 3d and 4th do» 6 lots between B and I. and 3d and 7th street*. 50 ,';•«• : :-r : : ; ; ' H and American Fork, and : lit t ; . " and 10th' r strtew.". v - ■• : -■ -''' -:\ " -■ <:? '■'. ■ ~ Zj'f *.ff Lots 1, % 3 aud 4, square betw. 2 and J, an4:Ctli; :■■> and 7th streets. - * ' : h : -::'^:,^' -y '. ■' .•• ■•rxF.-VQ Lot No. M street^ 'be»wV,!ad and 1 3d, (east balil'; : " ,; 3. L street, between 3d aad 4th. "V v . ':" :1, M street^ corner lOiii. ' ' • - • : r Z:"u 4, M street, comer; 11th. : V f h* '-^ i ;^- -:;.-"-;V I,M street, corner 2d. •/!''...

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

>v**jw*--—^:. .>.*•**: , v -..-.-.. > .-•,-.■ -..•>.- «.,.•-- :.-.-ru •■- »<-."r -.a - n..,j. KEGS—KEGS— KEGS. ]Vf ANUFACTURED and constant •*•*-*• ly on hand at A. Noble's Keg factory," ;K street, b« tween 2d and 1 3d, (op poßitethe II S. Hotel.) Merchants in th : neighboring towns supplied nt short noticeand all orders by mail or otherwise prompt! ant-wered. Trimming, Gauging, and all otsr, tit business iv the Coopt line, attended t .■^^usuai^^;;'^^" Vil'.'^'i '?.-.■-; (■;,-:'-•'■' :.■ „' . ;; .' [.. sacrnnpnto City, 11, I^so. [3m. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.Jv^'i'i'he undersigned have formed a copart hership under the firm of Wabbass Co.. a ; Bankers, /Exchange ; Brokers, and Real Estate Agent*. Office, corner of 2d and J streets ?£ ; v'' . THOMAS A. WARBASS. ' v i>,V;--' : WILLIAM H. HEYL, ; >•.£>— vr - JOHN F. r MORSE. v :.';,' Mcramento city, April 20, . 1850. v . . ;,; :• ', ap23 t f -. * COPART...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

A. M. Winn, General Agent and Special Agent for CAPT. JOHN AUGU&TUS b UTTER, )ffice in Uillespie's Doric Row on M between 2d aud 3d streets, in Sacramento City. POR SALE— Building lots i v Sutter, Sacramento Cty, Vernon, Buteiile, Eliza and Plumas ti lots on M and 2d streets, in sacrament<> ity, splendid property for brick buildings. Farms on Sacramento and Feather rivers, n sizes to suit purchasers. All or any portion o f the above named property will tie sold at a low rate, and on easy terms, the object being to give an equal chance to smaii and large capitalists. An excellent boarding house on 3d between \i aud M sireeU, tor rent or sale. A ranch e below and near the city. tny2s 3m VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. Sutter Hotel and Furniture. fjECIDEDLY the most valuable -*^ property in the city. The above hotel is delightfully situated on the Levee, overlooking the Sacramento river, between X and L streets, and directly opposite to the teamboat landin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

What a Noise ! 4 BOUT Buteville, Colusa, and **" Bute City — all at the head of steamboat navigation on the acramento, and en route ■or Kedding's mines aud Trinity river. This all sounds very well, but Miners and Tracers will find great advantage in taking pas* sage and lreight to STERLING # TAYLOR'S RANCHO, where they will find a cordial reception, good landing, and teams 1 always in readiness for the mines on the most reasonable terms. Miners, and Traders from the Mines, can always find a good assortment of goods at Sterling fy Taylor's, and would do well to call belbre going further. m 7 3m* 1 AM ES B. M ITCH EL, Real Estate Agen 1 ** and Conveyancer.— MHce with Messr. • S. Brannau fit Co., corner of L and Front streets. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgager, and other legal instruments, drawn with hratnera and accuracy. Collections here and at San Francisco, attended to at shoit notice and on reasonable terms. REFERENCES : San Francisco. — Hon J W Geary, Messrs S Brannan, Mellus. Howard Sf Co...

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

- PACIFIC MAIL delplu..," a i Uiiagus. The Pacific Mail • steamship company's steamer "Tennessee," Geo. A. Cole, Esq., commander, will leave " or Panama, touching only at Acapulco, on c vlonday, July 15, 1850, % at 4, r. m. ' , ' Treasure i, lor shipment received '■ at -. the } company's office, loot of : Harrison's,; pier, ( Sacramento t>t., on Fiiduy 1 and Saturday, 13th ; iiibt. Passengers are requested to • be on ; board at noon ol the day of departure. I ' ; The Tennessee will connect with the U. [• & Mail steamer". Philadelphia, to leave Clia.lj res •' on v the . arrival ■of ■ the . passengers , and ] treasure. :.■-/■'-,; ■-,■-.;■•' *£'i'{Y,.~jii'Mhk~ --■.■-"••'.> , The Philadelphia is one of the finest boats , on the Atlantic coast, and : passengers can , secure through tickets, 1 with the probability , of being in Ntw »York;. in thirty days. vr, • ■ :'/:- -RATES! OF PASSAGE :?-/ ; ; ;i". '.•■■ :.v , San Francisco to Panama, in the cabin, $30...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 9 July 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. cImMONsTIiLLY & CO.'ma^fl *^?; found at their ; new warehouse, f MCra-^9 mento street wharf. : . r-f':-;^', {■,^7SX-+i^~>^ San Francisco, June 17, 1850. jel9.tf f J£ iVI VA L of^the f I'iUN E Jtit ... BOOK STORE.— Marvin £ Hitch. cotk have removed to the ; Herald Buildings' in Montgomery street, near Clay, where they will continue to keep a 1 complete ' assortment of : Mationery, and miscellaneous Books. N. B. Au invoice of Law Books just ; raceived:^;. :;■;■;;;• -:. i : : C ■;■;:-:■... -jei 4-1 m\Z EXCHANGE AND BANKING.'j.. HOUSE. — The undersigned, in connr ' ion with Messrs. PAGE $ BA< ON, of St. Louis, Missouri, have oipened an Exchange and Banking House in this city, and will be prepared at : all times to purchase Gold Dust and Bullion, at the best market rates, and to furnish sight and time Exchange on : all the prominent points in' the Mates. , ''■'. ':-.' ■. • ■ ; : ,' v v "'-I I : ; PAGK, ; B ACO v'^'Cp^ '. ' Clay st , betwee...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 10. 1850. NUMBER $9.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

'-' =7 — : — r. — ~ — — ; — - — r. '.. ■■ — §&£&■?s ; Barton Lee, . . ! '\ ■ (Formerly Priest, Lee & Co ) .; . REAL ESTATE OFFICE, On the east side of Second St., between I and J. WHOLESALE DEALER IN r „ i:^Jf LUMBER AND HOUSES.— A lib1 1 eral rate of interest allowed on : permanent ' •• depositcs^ ! . : '! r ! ; ; ' : - ' ! .;? jy4-tf . ■ ' ■•" ;* i ; : "■ ■ T7 ~ — H. A. PEAHIS. A. \V. BROCKWAY, PEARIS & BROCKWAY, Gro- . •": Veers and dealers thrall kinds of provi- * sions and miners' supplies, N0.' 123 J street, beIween Fourth and Fifth. ' „-':' . " '• ; . ;• ■ !^J( At their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also be found a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines and Paints. Particular attention J paid to physician's prescriptions. .: :.'.V . ,)■; iOO choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Enquire as above. ' :: ; - ' :.-. \ a - 27 3rn ; ?.?".'• -:t ■:'■ .' George O. 'JVaesle, ■ '' ; : ■ ; "'"-/, BRICKLAYER AND BUICKMAKER, •,!;'! ' SACRAMENTO CITY, \S...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

y. : Wai-bass & Co., • .. BANKERS, Exchange Brokers and Real Estate Asents, : Corner of Second and J its., Sacramento City. pXCHANGE for sale on N. York, *-"■ Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati; 1 Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. <^>V: Gold dust bought. . ■ ;.'. " : t : y.% ■ :, Drafts and bills collected.'. •■■'.- Real Estate bought, sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United States. ,:•,.. •...:;■/:■,-. J, ; ■■'■<.. •-• . ; ---;-r ...•-"; "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 oh drafts being- forwarded by first opportunity. To protect against loss by fire, \V. & Co. have purchased the Targe double safe formerly used by the Phcenix BanK of New York,' and believe it to be the largest and most secure of any in California. . THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM S. HEYL , - . JOHN F...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

' Medical Partnership. ';!-"- £ PROCTORS T. J. WHITE and C. ** D. x 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 of Ninth and L streets; where one of the 'parties can always be found, and the other at the counting room of Paul, White : & Co. ' : - •'; , ; |- " ■ Dr. White's personal attention will, at all times, be devoted to such cases as r may be entrusted to his care. ; apl2-3m MEDICAL CO-PARTNERSHIP J^R. ; I. KEEP who has practised Medicine and Surgery in Louisiana and Mississippi, 34 years, and E. S. BILLINGS, who has practised in Vicksburg, Mississippi 15 years, and in Acapulco, Mexico, the last 12 months, have associated .themselves together, and offer their professional services 10 the citizens of Sacramento city, California, arid its neighborhood. Office on ; xJd . street, near the corner of J street,- in Mr Merritt...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

|)R. J. McNULTY, of New York ... ; City, would -respectfully inform his 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 ;1 ' :/ ;-!- ;■- "• •• ;'^,; ■;■ ■.■•y-^ <■-■: W. D. STRATTON, Doctor ,of Dental Surgery / offers his professional services to ; the "citizens of Sacramento City, and vicinity. Office on 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 Gillespie/ and others in Saocam'entb City.' : '''>'■;;" mil 3m r; r|R.; DOW'S DYSENTERY CORDIAL.— is I to certify, that we have been cured of the dysentery by! Dr. Down's cordial; therefore recommend it to our friends and others, who may be troubled with that complaint.-- A. A. Durfee, Harrison Coney, Merric'k Palmer, Levi Langdon, Henry Johnson, Noah Greenwood, C, F ; Yelverton, Seth . Brown, ! Gco. W....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

; Builders and Architects. WINN & LATSON, on Third, be- ; }.?*p.^ tween L and M ? streets, are ready at 1 all times rto contract .for and : erect - any( kind oof":f f ": Buildings, Fire proof Brick buildings particularly. ". They will also furnish Plans, Elevations '- and Estimates, or either, for i any sort -01 ■ building, at a reasonable rate. They will attend to the making of Coffins, or. any thing else usually understood to be the duty of undertakers, jyl-tf ', : ■■:■■'■ 'CXX-l^yp-ipiom^-x^W.:--- . . V CONTRACTOR AND BBUILtD t TS s 'now.; ready to ; receive and mako T"- out specifications I and plans for buildings of all kinds. ," ; He will also furnish materials necessary for the erection of all kinds of buildings, Stores, bar rooms, etc., fitted up neat* ly at short notice. -He has also a genera! as* sortment of- four ; panneled inch-and-a-half doors, with and without mouldings ;' and other sash', for windows, glazed and unglazed, * ; Can be. found at his residence...

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The Nicaragua Canal. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

The Nicaragua Canal. It will be recollected that at the Memphis Convention of 1849, the necessity and practicability of a Railroad from the Mississippi to the Pacific, was the principal subject of discussion. On that occasion, Lieut. Maury, the President of the Convention, presented some views which attracted mucli attention for their soundness. He urged the construction of the Pacific Railroad, and brought the strongest arguments to prove that the completion of that work would make the United States the first commercial nation of the world. But the facts which he presented showed that when the road should be completed, it would not furnish the cheapest means of conveying heavy merchandize from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast. It would open rapid communication necessary for a proper commercial understanding between these distant parts of the world; would facilitate travel, creating thereby commercial intimacy ; and besides, be the channel through which all light articles of mercha...

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From the San Francisco Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

From the San Francisco Papers. Murder. — On Saturday night a : Chilian, or Mexican, named Louis Bernardo, murdered a Mexican worn- | an called Carmelita, at a drinking shop in Stockton street, near the corner of Broadway. It appears frbm ! the information w T e have been able to ' obtain, that the parties had been intimate for some, time, and that lately Ber- : nardo had become jealous of her. — They had been sitting in the corner of the room talking, when he drew a re- ( volver and deliberately shot her thro' , the head, killing her almost instantly. On being secured by the persons pre sent, he begged piteously that they j would either let him escape or shoot him. He is now safely confined in the , Station house. The Coroner's inquest on the body, brought in a verdict in accordance with the facts. — [Herald. Steam Line to China ! — We understand that there has arrived in this city a representative of a very heavy New York and Liverpool firm, who offers to establish a regular line o...

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ITEMS FROM THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

ITEMS FROM THE STATES. A Strong Game. — The Boston Atlas says : King Ferdinand, of Naples, with the royal view of replenishing his exhausted exchequer, issued a proclamation declaring Messina a free port. Those who were simple enough to believe the word of a king, entered the port and stored their commodities; but when they attempted to sell or export them, they were politely informed that his august majesty had changed his royal mind, and would tax every cent's worth of foreign produce in the port. The merchants remonstrated, but in vain ; they even asked permission to withdraw their goods and depart as they had entered, but this was also denied. His majesty would not allow anything that had entered Messina, agreeably to his proclamation, to be either withdrawn or sold without paying an enormous duty of over 100 per cent, on its value. Among those who have been thus entrapped are several mei chants of Boston, some of whom have paid the duties under protest. They have represented th...

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[Reported for the Sacramento Transcript.] PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

[Reported for the Sacramento Transcript.] PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. Tuesday Evening, July 9th, 1850. Present, the President and Messrs. Hardenburg, Moore, Mackenzie, Spalding and Queen. Minutes of three previous meetings read and approved. A number of petitions were received, j read, and referred to their appropriate! committees. The committee on Fi-' nance, through Aid. Mackenzie, reported in favor of allowing the bill of Drs. Pay ton & Cobb, for attendance, medicine, &c, furnished to poor sick. Also, in favor of allowing the bill of Drs. Martin & Carman, for three days attendance on Jos. Thatcher, a city patient — report adopted ; also, a bill from E. Carey, for lumber furnished for the temporary levee, last February — referred to the commitee on old claims. President Strong reported the following : An Ordinance on City Warrants ; relative to Gunpowder; " " for the prevention of fires — all of which were passed. On motion of Aid. Hardenbu...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 10 July 1850

MARINE NEWS. (Single __________ ) Port of San Francisco. (Single __________ ) ARRITED, June 5 and 7 -- U S M steamer Panama, D G Bailey, 18 days from Panama; ship Vandalia, Folger, 150 days from N York; brig Tarquina, Malthrop, 5 days from Portland, Oregon; schr Frances Helen, Henderson, 39 hours from Humboldt Bay.

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