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Communicated. State issayer's Office. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
Communicated. State issayer's Office. The great importance of this establish- ment to the mining, mercantile and other interests of the Sacramento District, is too apparent to require argument to demonstrate it. The average intrinsic value of gold dust is over $18 per ounce, and certainly no good reason can be assigned why 'full value should not be received for it by the miner. At present the market value cf the dust ranges from $14 to $16 per ounce, averaging about $2 40 per ounce less than its real value. Why is it so ? Is it because fears are entertained that, like bank paper, it may depreciate in value ? Not so. There is no danger of the ingot depreciating. It is not dependant for an intrinsic value upon- the credit which may be given to it by the community. It has in itself an intrinsic worth, and like the coin of the United States, cannot, and will not, depreciate. This being the case, certainly no good reason can be assigned for refusing to receive it at its stamped value, wh...
Report on Land Titles in California, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
Report on Land Titles in California, BY WM. CAREY JONES. 1. "To the mode of creating titles to land, from the first inception to the perfect title, as practised by Mexico, within the province of California." All the grants of land made in California (except pueblo or village lots, and except, perhaps, some grants north of the bay of San Francisco, as will be hereafter noticed) subsequent to the independence of Mexico, and after the establishment of that government in California, were made by the different political governors. The great majority of them were made subsequent to January, 1832, and consequently under the Mexican Colonization Law of 18th August, 1824, and the government regulations, adopted in pursuance of the law, dated 21st November, 1828. In January, 1832, General Jose Figueora became Governor of the then territory of California, under a commission from the Government at Mexico, replacing Victoria, who, after having the year before, displaced Echandrea, was himself dr...
MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, July Bth, ship Pacific, Macudoek, G8 days from Valparaiso; bark Green Point, Wardell, 160 ds fm New York; brig Fortunio, Hastey. )7 ds fm Honlulu; brig Lalla r Woolay, 55 ds fm Panama: Eng brig Triton, Johnson, 126 ds from Hobart Town; schr Emperor, Bowles. 218 ds fm Bridg-eporl.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
Geo. 11. Jolinson, Daguerreotypist, Rooms on J st, north side, between 3d and 4th. Portraits taken correctly at all heurs of the day. Constantly on hand a fine assortment of frames,, cases, lockets, broaches, bracelets, rings, &amp;c, suitable for daguerreotypes. jyll-2m
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
RESOLUTIONS COMPLIMENTARY TO MAYOR BIGELOW. " Whereas, Nothing can be more obviously apparent to the people of Sacramento than the effective and extraordinary efforts which were made by our worthy Mayor in the month of March last, and which resulted in the rescue of our city from a second deluge, it being well known that for many nights he was vigorously engaged in traversing the entire line of embankment which he had caused to be thrown up with wonderful promptitude, watching with sleepless care the aggressive clement, and immediately cheeking its inundating currents whenever they had overcome his barriers; it beiirg also well known that the severe hardships and almost unbroken exertions which he entailed upon himself during this critical period of our city's existence did seriously impair his hcallh and devolve upon aim many pecuniary inconveniences in order that the means necessary to meet this great emergency should be at once obtained ; and Whereas, When we reflect upon the imm...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
: AMUSEMENTS. Lee's Theatre Hall. Grand end Extraordinary Performance of BALLET AND OPERA, THIS EVENING, JULY 11 1850, The Managers announce that tlie company, under the direction of tSeriorJ ilorente,% will- trive their fourth' representation v This Dve'ning, July 11th, 1850. .■.- PART. I— Overture; La Cachnca* by BWlle Lloronie;&gt;Senora -Avalos' will sing: '■theri7nsti Diva, from Bellini's opera of Nurnia; Senord: Caiiovas and Seiiora' Arroyo' will dunce. the Hondes de Marrua. PART ll— 1.Grand Symphony; 2. Andalusian Dance called the Addaluzaj by Mrs. and Mr, Llorente; 3. Senora Avalos wilt • sing the Mexican song La Vida;.4th.;Gfrand Chinese: Tercetto, by Mrs. and Mr. Llorente and Senora Canovas. •; PART lll— Several pieces by. the Orchestra; to conclude with the rustic dance 'Jtota Aragoneza by the company. .( ?■ . : - Prices, parquette $3, boxes $2. V Tickets at the door and Lee's Exchange. bar. ' ' ' It .' A CARD. Telia 211 a Theatre. I SHIP M ATES A. HO .' ICT Abo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr &amp; Co. J. B Starr &amp; Co., Auctioneers, have for This Day's sale a very desirable invoice of goods, which they have just received per steamers and schooners. The sale will com. incnce at 9 o'clock a m. 100 sacks flour Bbls and hall* bbls choice mess pork 67 boxes choice English du'try # 100 sacks corn in «ood order A very large lot of liquors in small pkgs 22 bbls and casks of pilot and navy bread 1000 pieces paper hangings 20 cases thick boots, in good order, original cases. What Jewelry is net called for before the sale commences; oil, tobacco, sheet iron, rice, claret wine, clothing. t yc. Notice of other important sales will be at the time. J. B. Starr &amp; Co. Au'rs. This Morning, July 11th, at 9^ o'clock, will be sold at auction by the subscriber?, who are about to change their location in business, the balance of v well selected stock, consisting of Groceries, Provisions and Miners' Tools; and also a lot of Dry Goods...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. LOT 8, square between L and ;M, and 4th and streets. Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and sth st*. " 7, " M and N, and 4th and 5th; do. " 9, , " M and N, and 3d and 4th do " 6, « N and 1 0, and Ist arid" 2d"do. ' :;■« 5, « N and O, and' 3d and do. " '-.f'VS/, " O ar.d P. ami 3d and 4th do. - -" 8, « O and P, and 3d and 4th do. 8 lots between II and I. and 2d arid!,7ts streets. 50 ■ « ; H a nd American . Fork-, and Ist and 10th streets. ",~ - . .. - ", •,-.'•' -V^ .'. ■ Lots 1, -2, 3 and 1 4, square betw. I and and 6th ■and 7th- streets. &gt;-, : ' ■■' "'.'. . ,''• ; ' . '■-." 3:--. &gt;-&gt;'■"- Lot No. 2, M street,- bctw. 2d and (east half. " . 3, L street,* between- 3d and 4tli; ••;• * ■"■■■ •'"-■ " 1, M street, corner 10th. " ,4, M street, corner 11th. \ . " 1. Q street, corner 2d. .. 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork east ef : 4th street. - •.■-,..:,.,-_..,-,.... 100 lots between II and American Fork, east of 10th street. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
KEGS— KEGS— KEGS. " MANUFACTURED and constantly on hand at A. Noble's " Keg Manu factory," K street, between 2d and 3d, (opposite the U. S. Hotel.) Merchants in the neighboring towns supplied at short notice — and all orders by mail or otherwise promptly answered. Trimming, Gauging, and all other business in the Coopering line, attended tc as usual. sacramento City, May 1 1, 1850. [3m. riOPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— ' — The undersigned have formed a copart- . nership under ; the firm of Warbass - &amp; Co. as Bankers, Exchange Brokers, and Real Estate Agents. Office, corner of 2d and J streets. THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM S..HEYL, JOHN F. MORSE, sacramento city, April 20,: 1850. ap23 tf COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing under the firm and style of Mellus, Howard &amp;. Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent, and Wm D M Howard and Talbot H Green are duly empowered to settle all affairs of the concern, san Francisco, June 20th, 1850. W. D. M. HOWARD, TALBOT H. GREEN, HEN...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 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. FOR SALE— lots in Sutter, Sacramento City, Vernon, Buteville, Eliza and Plumas . 8 lots on M and 2d streets, in /Sacramento City, splendid property for brick buildings. % Farms en (Sacramento and Feather rivers, in sizes to suit purchasers. ! • All or any portion 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 and M streets, for rent or sale. A rahche below and near the city. my2s 3m VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. . Sutter Motel and Furniture. DECIDEDLY the most valuable property in the city. The above hotel is delightfully situated on the Levee, overlooking the Sacramento river, between K and L streets, and directly opposite to the steamboat landings. It is furnished throughout, and doi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
' r What a Noise ! ; - ' • ABOUT Buteville, Colusa, and 2 -*- Bute City — all at the head of steamboat navigation on the acramento, and en route tor liedding's mines and Trinity river. This all sounds very well, but Miners i and ' Tra--Jers will find great advantage in taking passage and freight to STERLING d- TAYLOR'S RANCHO, ; where they will find •! a cordial leception, good ■ landing, and teams always in readiness for': -the ■ mines oil the most reasonable, terms. , v .; -•. Miners, and Traders from the Mines, can always find a good assortment of goods at Sterling Sf Taylor's, and would do well to call before going ! further. V . rri7 3m* JAM ES B. MITCHEL, Real Estate Agent . and Conveyancer, — Office with Messrs. 3. : Brannan : &amp;, Co., corner of L and Front streets.- Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages; and other legal instruments, drawn with neatness and accuracy. Collections here and at San Francisco, attended to at shoit notice and on reasonable terms. • . • . refere:\"ces ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
PACIFIC MAIL delphia," at •j. 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. jr. : &gt;?.. j "'•: Treasure .for ■ ■;.' shipment ; received at the company's office, ; foot of Harrison's pier, Sacramento st., on ' Fiiday 12th, arid Saturday, 13th inst. .Passengers are requested to be on- board at noon of; the day of departure. The Tennessee '■; will connect with the U. jS. Mail steamer Philadelphia, to leave Chagres : on ' the r - arrive.l of the ; passengers . and treasure. \ 1 ;- The 1 Philadelphia is one of the finest boats on the Atlantic^ coast, • and passengers can secure through tickets, with the v 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 ....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 July 1850
__■"■-. •-• ■'•• ': ■ -.. ■■ -. : '-.-.-' ' Jg »«*..jWLi'iimn»iw»—i g i^iJi_. _■--—_•_■_ .. j _.__^^^^.~' fi '-. NEW LINE ; 'FOR -/-"•^i SACRAMENTO CITY, MAR I AND TRINITY MINES. fl fpHE; new, fast running and substan- .. "■■ tial steamer Major Tompkins, Capfain J. T. v Morrill, will leave Clark's Point, San Francisco, ' for Sacramento' city on every Tuesday and Friday morning, at 10; o'clock a. m. Freight and passengers taken at f 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. 1 " Goods for shipment by this steamer received at all times on board the storeship Tahmaroo free of charge; and orders left with the undersigned, agents, will receive immediate attention. LOCKE $ MORRISON, ! Howison's Pier, foot of sacramento st. OGDEN Sf HAYNES, V Clay st...
Items from the States. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850
Items from the States. Energy and Enterprise.— There are at this time, according to the N. Y. Journal of Commerce, no less than eighteen ocean steamers, contracted for and on the ways^ or receiving their machinery, at that port. Setting dewn their average Talue at $270,000, we find there invested, or in process of investment, an aggregate capital of $4,950,000, equal to nearly five millions of dollars. NewYork's ocean steam marine will soon furrow every ocean. According to the Journal's figures, something like :hirty-five have already been built or contracted for. [£J=Elihu Burritt, the learned blacksmith, went out to Liverpool in the steamer Canada, on his way to the World's Peace Convention. New Paper at Washington .~A large meeting of the Southern members of Congress was held at the Capitol, on the 7th inst., for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of establishing a journal in Washington,which shall speak Southern sentiments and represent Southern views. An add...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850
Barton Lee, hfe; (Formerly Priest, Lee &amp; Co.) "" yjv REAL ESTATE OFFICE, WBf On the east side of Second St., between I and J. p-T^HOLESALE DEALER EN T*r LUMBER AND HOUSES.— A liberal rate of interest allowed on permanent deposites. ■■-.'■. • • jy4-tf' R. A. PEABIS. ' A. W. BROCK WAT. PEARIS &amp; BROCKWAY, Gro- . cers , and dealers in all kinds of : provisions and miners' supplies, No. 123 J street, beIween Fourth and Fifth. At their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also be found a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines and Paints. . Particular j attention paid to physician's prescriptions. ' 100 choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE . Enquire as above. .. " _. • a-27 3ni George D. JVaegle, BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, ..' ; SACRAMENTO CITY, D^ls prepared to contract for all kinds of work in masonry, j Having . "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 favor...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850
Warbass &amp; Co., . BANKERS, Exchange Brokers and Real Estate Agents, Corner of Second and sts., Sacramento City. ■p XCHANGE for sale on N. York, •"-^ Philadelphia, St. ; Louis and Cincinnati. » * Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. Gold 'dust bought. , • - Drafts and bills collected. 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. &amp; 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. &amp; 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. WARBASSj WILLIAM S. HEYL, JOHN F. MORSE. References in Sacramento City - Hardin Bigelow, Esq.; S. Brannan &amp; Co.; Burnett &amp; Rogers; Burncll, Sto...