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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

BUSINESS CARDS.' JO: ANDERSON It CO.; Dealers In Stoves", i Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street^ between 3d and 4th. » ml!) lw C. W. STILES & CO., Tinners, X street, be- I » twet'n Front and 2d streets. ' m 24 lin CARPENTER & BLANCH A RD, Wholesale I V-/ and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Paints, Oils, and Window Glass— J street, between 3d and Ith. Miles B. Cam-enter. Jacob B. Blancuaru. apB lm* •' CW. STILES li CO., De»»l-r.« in stoves, tin- • ware, plumbing, copper, .-licet iron and steam- ' boat work, &c., X street, between Front and 2d streets. apl2 Hotels and Restaurants. LADY ADAMS HOTEL, by Pour/ & Ba»> tkls, X .street, near Front and Steamboat Landings, Sacramento City. The house is well supplied with Lodging Rooms and Single Rooms. Meals, (including wines) 73 cents. '"22 WISCONSIN HOTEL, X street, near 7th' street. J. R. Crawford, D. Feathers; Pro- , prietor^ __ x m2sJni» CRESCENT CITY HOTEL, J street, between L/ 3&...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. PACIFIC HOUSE, No. 24 J street, a few doors bef/nt Second, r.v GEESEKA fc MATUKWSUN. rpiIEIR Table will bo furnished at all times with J. every delicacy in the market. The choicest Liquors will be always kept nt the Bar. ■Meals'- at all hours. First rate accommodations for Lodgers. ml9tf . j 3j/fy * WPJb I /gw^si 31. and'Mrs.'Passeiiaud, FRENCH ARTISTS of the cities of New York j and .St Louis, hare 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 Preach Perfumery j and of the best qualities, and when they will find Curls, Braids, &c, &c, &c, neatly nVa Je with taste : and where i* also every thing that can be found in a high French Perfumery store. M, and .Mr-: Passexaud are ctrtain, in cdv.i ice, ; of satisfying the ladies who will honor them with a ; visit. [a2H lm] M. & Mus. V. i'A...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. CART FKnnn.s. PRESTON 11. LEE. JOS. T. lIAJIELIN MISSOURI STORE. PEEBELS, LEE & CO., Dealers in Groccrie?, Pro vision?. Liquor?, "Wines. . Cijtare, Tobacco, nnd Miners' Tool«. Store on south side of J street, in the brick building, above Ith. . rnlfl Jsg / r )» ' £ ■ .-^T^ " ' - ■JLjWLiJ!:"'_.4k'' ll ™ iil '^r2t .j J. HATCH, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, J street, between Front and Second, south ride, next door to the "Empire," Sacramento city. t*S~ All xoork 'anted. ap22 OIL depot: WC. CANFIELDhaa this day received, 3000 \ VV . gallons P r: Sperm, Sperm and Polar Oil, ' and will sell at San Francisco prices. The oil, in | every case, warranted to be of the best quality. :| •) Consumers in Sacramento supplied at their doors. ; by the Express Oil Wagon, in quantities to suit. Also, a complete assortment of Lamp*, Chimneys, Wicks, Globes, Burning Fluids, &c, &c. Also, 15,000 gallons oil, to be delivered at San Francisco or Sacramento. Offi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. ,—,*._ FREEMAN *COS EXPRESS*, •&&*ss& CONNECTING WITH ADAMS -^IlilkJyij & CO. to New Orleans, New, York, =^~~^'* — " ' Boston, and all (he principal cities : anti town? in the Atlantic States. . Gold Dust forwarded and insured against all risks. Freeman & Co. atone are authorised to , draw i Bills of 1 Exchange in Sacramento city on Adams & Co., who have offices in every State in the Union* They transmit Treasure. Letters, Packages," &c, daily, between San Francisco, Sacramento and Marysville, by the steamers Senator. New World and Gov.'Dana, having safes in their Express rooms 00 board, which are accompanied by faithful and cx- ; perienced messengers. The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sacramento city on the 1 ith and lust day of ovory month. Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. Offices: Sacramento— Second, between JandK. San Francisco — At Adams & Cos. Mary...

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Tin- Klc-«-«lon Over. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

The Election Over We are happy to congratulate our readers upon the subsidence of political excitement, and the supervention of the calm and quiet scenes of social and business life in which men can think and act independently of biassed feelings or imbittered judgments. A long respite from the turn ultuQuV emotions that crowd the politician's mind, is ni>\v to be enjoyed, and men digusted with the extrava-o-auce of their views and harshness of their nets, are again welcomed into the more congenial channels of a kind and ingenuous intercourse. Vigilant suspicions, bar-room emphasis, alcoholic pressure, affectionate and fraternal OOnfidingS, and carefully guarded groupings of tho single-visioned votaries of liberty, are all supplanted by conciliating forbearance, mutual pledges of regard and obliterating explanations. Even the kind friends of ours, who. in a violent paroxysm of Democracy, so summarily prescribed the -Unien" on account of the abominable banner with which we...

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Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

Common Council. ; Met pursuant to adjournment, President in the chair. A communication- from Barton Lee, City Treasurer, was read, asking a committee to wait upon him at his office, to examine his books and release him from his bonds. Aid. Spalding moved. that a committee be appointed to examine the accounts of all tho financial officers. Carried. The President appointed as . said committee, Aid. Spalding, Watson and Mackenzie. Aid. Spalding moved to rescind the resolution passed April 30th, asking the Mayor to issue his proclamation to the people, for the purpose of voting concerning the appropriation to refund the money expended by the property holders on X street, paid by them to improve said street. The ayes and noes were called, and the result was as fol- ■ lows : Ayes — Aid: Berry, Cogswell, Xeeland, Mackenzie, and Mr. President. — Aid. Spalding and Watson. So the motion was carried. Aid. Berry offered the following resolution: That the persons who paid money for the X street ...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Through Freeman & Co.'s Express. Additional Particulars! From the Alta California. The El Dorado stood proof against the fire which raged round two sides of it. Tho Verandah, also a brick building, escaped consumption. The fire took its course down Kearney street, consuming everything before it on the eastern side, down to Jackson st., and then sweeping all the idtervening blocks from Kearney tr Battery street. The west side of Kearny street was saved by the influence of a strong wind blowing from that quarter, and the well directed efforts of the fire department. To leward it was impossible with the limited means and imperfect appliances at command, to stay the progress of the conflagration. Onward it swept on its devastating career until it reached the waters of the bay. Many acts of noble and reckless daring were performed during the fire. In blowing up the Sacramento Hotel. Broadway, the first explosion was ineffectual, and it was | thought th...

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COMMERCIAL, RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

COMMERCIAL, RECORDS. Dnlly R»vl ■« of Ilir Sacramento Market. CT*io!» Ornci, Tuesday, Ma) 6, 1851. In consequence of the late tire at San Francisco, busi■eai is almost paralyzed. Xothiag has heca done to-day except at retail, and prices have varied acc< r.iin:i to the conjectures of holders. Every uticie has advanced at least 25 per rent, and many as high m 51 Our iuercuVnts are »BXJoa*j wailing for fuller and niiiro exlilicit reports from below. At retail some have placed mormons rues ou all articles. Boots, shoes aa ! cli tiling are liei 1 M hi%h fates.

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

MARINE INTELLIGENCE. POUT Oi? SA.% VIZ ni'rul. Arilvotl, May s— Paciic Mail Co*« steamship Northerner, Cap! Randall, IS days ft ■"« 'li:i:u,i. vii Acapulco, Sim DlCg< and Moßlcrey;33l pis-- :■:• r-: to E Knight. iSliip Russell, Voubjt, 51 days fr.in PaiU;prodi to J I.HIIlil. V '.''*•'.' " „ , , , Sliip Uriel, Foster, 153 clays from New york; 11 pa* jen-rr-; assorted car-."', to master. Barque l!ri«litnn, K..l)insjn, 233 days from I', -i n rod :uid lumber, to m istir. ... , I!r brig Batorprise, Lavcring, 50 days fiu \ ulji:ir:u.so; 1 ji\--ciiL'ir sujrar, &r, to it I! -■ i -. Hr brig Elizabeth Wilili-w. Bower, 211 c!v. > fin Newport; Wales: c.ial--, i" Davis, l',r ok- .-c Co. Brij HalloweH, reqnin, 32 do MazaUan; pT.»duc«, to master; 111 »wwc«ger»~sSi females. Brif Taniniaa, Mußiirop, 4 oj i.ll Dreg** 5 passcnV or<; lumber; to muster S.-lir r-r^videnre, SdaomUs, 70 diliu Gafilpagn )-..'« is; turtle, to ii» istiT.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. A meeting of the Whig Central Committee will be held at the office of Messrs. Kewen &. Morrison, This Evening, at 7-1/2 o'clock. The punctual attendance of every member of the committee is requested. [my7] JAMES QUEEN, Sec'y. Notice . — I have the extreme pleasure to make known to the public that as a close observer of political affairs, on Monday last I visited the different polls of this city, and had the gratification to witness the election go off in a peaceable manner! No broils nor fighting occurred during tbe day. Every citizen went to the poll- and deposited hi.- vote without molestation. Great credit is due to D. W. R>itEitrs, President of the Union Club, for his exertion.* In nipping in the bud all attempts to make a disturbance of any kind. _ An Oi'skkvkh. - £•3- For Governor — The tVi-nd- and acquaintances of Cap*. WM. WALDO, irrespective of pariv. present him t<» the people of California as a candidate f«r Governor, at ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY BERRY, BLISS & CO. On THURSDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, at New Store, Levee — ■ < 200 kegs superior New York Gosheu butter 25 boxes lemon syrup ' - 30 bolts Boston cotton duck ,15 tierces bams . 1; rose wood bedsteads '„. 1 mahogany counting house tabk . , 1500 lbs superior sperm candles 5 qr casks brandy, 4th proof ' 5 bbls brandy 4 casks port wine 8 half bbls cognac brandy •10 tins cheese 50 kegs cucumber pickles, in vinegar" 150 boxes Berkshire do. cheese 60 tins superior leaf lard 11 tins nutmegs ; 2 bales Manila packing rope ' 12 half bbls split peas ' 10,000 lbs barley :.\ <.-/| 50 pairs heavy thick boots 12,000 superior Regalia cigars . 5 cases French absynthe cordial 1 1 do stomach bitters 5 do. anisette cordial 72 boxes Winchester soap 5 frails dates 300 boxes sardines 1301 lbs Boston crushed sugar 12 kc2s 10 galls each superior port wine • 22 chests superior Oolong tea 4 boxes Collins' cast steel axes ' , 20 doz axe handle...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

AUCTION sales; BY PRETTYMAN & BARROLL. XV. F. Prrttymau, Auctioneer* POSTPONEMENT. The sale of Merchandise at Lewis & Cayley's store, on J street, opposite Crescent City Hotel, will take place on THURSDAY, Bth met, at 10 o'clock. Sale positive and without reserve. . n.y7 2t : . ; W. F. PR ETT YMAN, Auc'r. HARDWARE AND IRON STORE. WATSON & BISCOE, 159 J street; 3 doors below Ctli, nurtli side," nircim:r.s AND DEALERS a Foreign and Domestic Hardware, /"v Cutler//. Tennessee, Swedes Bar, Shatp^S >*g > v > and Boiler Iron; Cast, German, Eng-\f\'J *. * tish Blister and Shear Steel, 8,-c, 8,-c. Have in store, and are constantly receiving from Europe, Eastern and Southern States, fresh supplies, carefully selected, of every thing in their line. They invite the attention of country dealers, miners, and mechanics of this city to their large and well assorted Btook of which the following comprises a part: Best Tennessee iron...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STAIUI & CO, REAL ESTATE. A Lot on Twelfth street, between M and N,with 0 good store house, 40x80 front; house nearly new; to be sold on Wednesday, 1 the 7th. ' Rented at $-10 per month. [mys] J. B. STARR & CO. For Sale at Auction. ££k The place known as/ the T-»vtn<y-slx J^J.MIU; House will bo sold at auction, on the premises, nt 2 o'clock P. M., • On Tiuselny, the 13tli day of Hay This place is situated on the main traveled road to Auburn, Ophir, North Fork of the American river, lllinoistown, &c. There is a never failing spring of water handy to the door. The house is furnished suitable for doing business. . -,;.., HUNTING & KNOWLES, m'2td* Proprietors. FAST SAIIiING BARK FCll SALE. vwS§V The barque Agues, of Portland, Maine, .^^y&i'JOG tons, burthen, double decked, sound in every respect and in perfect order, with a full inventory of , sails, rigging, boats, anchors, chains, &a...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

jVJDVERTISEMENTS^ BY C. C. FJ.AGO& CO.. " :'■;■ FRONT STREET," NEAR L. -,\ REGULAR SALE. - .THIS DAY, (Wednesday, at 9 o'clock, at sales room, in part as follows : . 5000 gallons superior cherry brandy 150 hf bbls N Bedford sperm candles ,60 100 Ib sacks rice ; . „ 10,000 lbs Brandywine corn meal . . 25 qr bbls mackerel 20 cases cowhide bool 600 lbs Chili betos 1300 lbs extra cheese, 20 to 21 lbs each • 10 hf bbls sour krout - 60 eases lemon syrup 1(> do fancy cordials 15 do 1 and 2lb ca Lewis' clams • - .20 doz scythes and sneaths ft cases salseratuS, 60 lbs each 10 kegs do 100 do 20 gross line 'cut tobacco ' 2 casks neat's foot oil 5 qr casks sperm oil • 8 casks hams 10 doz guernsey frocks 6 do Ml shovels 10 do German spades 1300 lbs preserved potatoes, in tins <» cases pieldes (>jt^) 800 gallons NO molasses : 200 do S 1 syrnp 23 bbls peaches 5 do cognac brandy 5 kegs port wine (extra) 10 half boh sal soda. — i i ,si > — 1 ca...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. /EHslig3~s£> Hit. W. 11. THOMAS, Dentist, {ff"~L*Tl)fc ' ' f New York city, having located — -«JLXJL7 himself permanently in the Brick Ro.r „ J-l".. ; : on J street^ between 3d and 4th, for , the purpose of. practising his profession of Surgical i and Mechanical ■ Dentistry; he would respectfully inform those requiring the services ol ; a skilful ami experienced Dentist, that he i, prepared to perform in the most tnorough manner, and on the latest and most approved principles; all operations in hi* profession necessary lor the preservation and beauty of the teeth. Dr. Thomas 13 prepared to furnish his patients a superior article of teeth from his largo stock, mid in-.-ci t iran-luecnt incorrcptible teeth, from one to a full set, which he guarantees cannui be surpassed for beauty of style or comfort to the patients. Ilia gold plate he warrants of the purest and lno.-l durable kinds, being manufactured by himself from pure metals, without. an alloy of silver...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. SPRING MEETIXG. Brighton ace Course, sear Sacramento ii TV— 21st, 22.1 and 23d. President— :>\ 11. DAVIS, Esq. STEWARDS. Capt Jehn A Sutte-. Capt Joseph 1? Beard, Judge Tod Robinson, Judge li F Washington, Maj Ben McCiilloeh, Ccn Douglas, Jos Cogswell, Esq., l>r Ogdcn, Jonou— X BATTELLE, Esq. _ Honorary Secretarv— Dii: WAKi; BKVARLY. FIRST DAY— Wednesday, May list. Fiust Race— Jockey Club Parse, $250, for all ini;| mar olds carrying 90 His; 4 year olda, 102 lb*; 6 year olds, 112 I!.-: <>' year olds, 120 lbs: 7 and upwards 125 lbs, allowing three lbs to mares and geldings. Entrance 10 per cent — Mile Heats. Second Rack — Jockey Club Purse, $350, for all horses bred in America, two or more to make ■ race; ofttea weights. Entrance 10 per cent; 2 mile beats. Third Rack— Parse $150, free for all. Entrance 10 per ct: single dash of a mile. SECOND DAY—Ttmradav, May Hid, First Rage — Purse $500, given by the proprietors of the Orle...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 May 1851

STATEjLAWSi A Hill for an Act to Incorporate the City of .Sacramento. . The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : See. 1. All that tract of land lying within the limits and boundaries hereinafter menj tioned, that is to say : Beginning at the ! junction of the American Fork with the SacI ramento river to V street, as designated on j the map or plan of Sacramento city on file i in the Recorders office in said city: thence ; along said V street, cast, to the point where 1 the said V street intersects Thirty-first street, i as designated on said map: thence along the I said Thirty-first street until the same intersects the American Fork: thence along the i American Fork to the beginning: the said j boundaries extending to the middle of said Sacramento river and American Fork, shall be known by the name of "The City of Sacramento." Sec. 2. Th<T. present city government shall continue in office until the election and quali...

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