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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

Medical Partnership. DOCTORS T. J. WHITE arid C. ** D. 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 arid 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 may be entrusted to his care. apl2-3m MEDICAL CO-PARTNERSHIP BT^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 mouths, have associated" themselves together, and offer their professional services I or. 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 stairs, 2d story. N...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

|J # D. STitATTO^ 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 i Reference is made to J. F. Morse, M. D., Dr. T. J.v> hue, Mr. Eugene Gillespie, and; others in fc>acTamento;City. ... ; mil 3m |)Il:. J. McNULTY, of New York ; City,, would respectfully inform his mends 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-:im ■ :; ..v A MURKILL & WHITTIER, <sg£y li&U Druggists and Che7nists. V^^ W At the New England Drug. W r ♦4r* . and Variety store, t^&t J street, between 2d and 3d, sacramento city, Have on hand one of the largest assortments of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Fancy Goods, ftc, in California. Agents for the sale of I'orbe's California Quicksilver, Townsend...

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The Past three Months, and the next three Months. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

The Past three Months, and the next three Months. UjT See first page. The past three months have been months of uncommon dullness for California. Probably for many years to come we shall not witness such an April, May and June, as we have had this year—that is, if men will profit by experience, which we are compelled to acknowledge is not generally the case in this country. It may be remembered that in February last, a sudden change took place in the weather. The rains ceased; the damp, chill air of the mountains gave way to a genial, spring-like atmosphere; the trees began to bud and blossom, and the birds, those sweet harbingers of summer, commenced building their nests; in fact, from every indication it seemed apparent that the winter had departed. And what was the result? The miners, tired and wearied with a winter's confinement in their diminutive shanties, pulled up stakes to make a move; mules and horses raised in value upwards of two hundred per cent; teamsters were in great...

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Report on Land Titles in California, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

Report on Land Titles in California, BY WM. CAREY JONES. (Continued.) 11. "Chiefly the large grants, as the Missions, alid whether the title to them be in assignees, or whether they have reverted, and vested in the sovereign /"' I took much pains both in California and in Mexico, to assure myself of the situation, in a legal and proprietory point of view, of the former grea t establishments known as the Missions of California. It has been supposed that the lands they occupied were grants, held as the property of the church, or of the mission establishments as corporations. jSuch, however, was not the case. All the missions in Upper California were established under the direction, and mainly at the expense of the Government, and the missionaries there had never any other rights than to the occupation and use of the lands for the purpose of the mis sions, and at the pleasure of the Government. This is shown by the history and principles of their foundation, by the laws in relation to ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

I BANKING HOUSE OF : Burgoyjie & Co., PSA FRANCISCO. EXCHANGE for sale on Baring, Bros. &. Co., London; llottin{ruer <$• co, Paris; . Suffolk Bank, Boston; • i\Vin Hoge § co, New York; Maunsel, White &. co, New Orleans; L A Benoist Sf co. St Louis. Gold dust shipped anJ injured. Agents in Sacramento— Forshee, Booth & co. • .' 12-tf NOTICE is hereby given, that I tr v; have been appointed by the Probate Court of the county of San Francisco, Administrator . "de bonus non" of the estate of Chester Ingersoll, deceased. All debts due, or claims against the said estate, are required to be presented, with the necessary vouchers, at the office of my attorneys, Botts, Campbell & Emmet, Washington street, San Francisco, Cal. [jl2-3tj WM. H. EDDY. ' NOTICE. —The public 'is hereby ,"~ informed that the subscriber is the legally authorized agent of the owners of the schooner Lambert Suydam, now lying, at Sacramento city, and ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

JOHN BIGLF.It. M. S. LATHAM. BIGLER & LATHAM, Attorneys at Law, SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, "OEFER to— -v - a -*' Hon. Peter H. Burnett, San Jose. Hon. Wm. Van Voorhies, do. Judge S. C. Hastings, San Francisco. " F. Tiltbrd, do. > Hon. John W. Geary, . dp. \ S. Fitch & co., do. ■'■ Henley,' McKnight & co., Sacramento. . 11. E. Robinson & co., do. . Office on Third, near the corner of J street, at the State Assayers Office. j-20-1m BUZ! BUZ!! BUZ!!! T^TE have rec'd several sets of very superior ilfiisquito Bars, of improved style and ' make. Warranted to allow purchasers to sleep quiet. Also — while blankets, silk bound. WARREN Sf CO , . jy4 tf Tehama Block, cor. J Front ''PEN FULL LOTS on I and J '■-.'. streets, between 6th and lUth streets, for sale. Apply to . J. 13. MITCH EL, ' Real Estate Agent, cor. L and Front st. jylO lw . ■:,:..;-;■:■:,•..% ■ .-:'.- .- _ — — .. .. . • — ...'..- • ~— : •■• -■-.. ■- W F PRETTYMAX. E J...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

AMUSEMENTS. A CARD. Tehama Theatre. S IT IP M A TBS A- HOY! l£ir About 8 o'clock Friday evening, July 12, 1850, the foresail of the good ship Teihama will be clued up, and William and Black-eyed Susan v.'ill come on board, with !the full strength of the shipjj company, with a few volunteer hands who have kindly volunteered their services on the occasion — ! being for the Benefit of Mr. A. \V. Wright, : who takes this opportunity to say that the nautical mclo-drama of Black-eyed Susan, i or, All in the Downs, has been some time in rehearsal, and therefore he hopes to see a l full attendance, which is respectfully solicit- ', ed on the occasion, for it being 1 understood he caters for the pleasure of the puMic and the benefit of hi 3 own pocket. jyll 2t T. McDO WELL, Commission and Wholesale Merchants, Near the corner of J and Front streets, Saccramento City, at the old stand of the Connecticut Mining and Trading Company, YITOULD respectfully give notice, that they have always on hand...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & €0. At 1 0 o'clock This Morning, : July 12, The subscribers will sell; at auction, at their store yon : X street, between ; 3d and 4th sts, their, entire stock of goods, consisting of Groceries and Provisions, Hardware, a small lot of dry goods, India rubber boots, tin ware, etc. At the close of the sale ; .they will rent their. store to the highest bidder for the season — the size of the store is 20 feet j front by 55 feet deep, the lot extending 160 feet back to the alley way. This is a rare chance for any ono who wishes a r desirable location, at a bargain. THOMPSON & TAYLOR. , jyl2-lt J. B. Starr & Co. Au'rs. J. B. Starr Sf Co., will sell in front of their salps room on Friday, July 12th, 1850, at 9 o'clock, A. M., one of the largest and most desirable Ranches ever offered in this country. This property is situated on Cash River, just above • Fremont, and twenty-five miles in a direct line from sacramento city. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE* T OT 8, square between L and M, ■•" and 4th and sth streets. Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and sth Rt«. v 7, " M and N, and 4th and sth dt>. " 6, « M and N, and 3d and 4th do| " 6, « { N and O, and Ist and 2d do. " 5, •« N and O. and 3d and 4th do. " 5, « O and P, and 3d and 4th do. " 8, '• O and P, and 3d and 4th do. 8 lots between H and I, aud 2d and 7th street*. 50 " II and American Fork, and Ist and 10th streets. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, square betw. J and J, and 6th and 7th streets. Lot No. 2, M street, betw. 2d and 3d, (east halt " 3, L street, between 3d and 4th. " 1, M street, corner 10th. " 4, M street, corner 11th. " 1, Q street, corner 2d. 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork east «' 4th street. 100 lots between II and American Fork, east o 10th street. Lot 20 by 75 on the alley between Ist and 2d, and J and X sts, next to Mes?rs. Coates & Rivetts. 3 lots, '20 by SO, and buildings, on 3d st. near M The above will be sold a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

KEGS— KEGS— KEGS. 1YJ ANUFACTURED and constant- -!•*-*• ly on hand at A. Noble's " Keg Manu factory," X 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 to as usual. Sacramento City, May 11, 1850. [3m. JUSTUS A. WRIGHT, Importer of fine Gold and Silver Watches, ■MANUFACTURES Diamond *■*-■■ Broaches, Necklaces, Rings, and Jew elry of every description. Watches repaired in a neat manner and warranted. <Store on J st, between Front and Second streets. ml 6 3m* BOOT AND SHOE STORE. r^IHE subscriber would' inform his ■*- friends and the public generally, that he has taken a store on J, near Front street, where may be found a general assortment of prime boots and shoes, wholesale or retail, al the lowest prices, among which are the following, viz: Gents' fine French calf, stout calf a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

A. ]»i. Winn, General Agent and Special Agent for CAPT. JOHN AUGUSTUS SUTTER, Office in Gillespie's Doric Row, on M between i 2d and 3d streets, in Sacramento City. POR SALE— Building lots in i Sutter, Sacramento City, Vernon, Bute- ' ville, Eliza and Plumas i 8 lots on M and 2d streets, in (Sacramento City, splendid property for brick buildings, i Farms on .Sacramento and Feather rivers, I in sizes to suit purchasers. All or any portion of the above named property will be sold at a low rate, and on easy i 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. i A ranche below and near the city. my2s 3m , VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. Sutter Ifotel and Furniture. T^ECIDEDLY 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 ' steamboat landings....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

What a Noise ! ABOUT Buteville, Colusa, and i " a - Bute City — all at the head of steamboat navigation on the acramento, and en route for Redding's mines and Trinity river. This all sounds very well, but Miners and Traders will find great advantage in taking pas- c sage and freight to STERLING &■ TAY- s LOR'S RANCHO, where they will find a J cordial ieeeption,*good landing, and teams [ 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 S Sterling Sf Taylor's, and would do well to l call before going further. m 7 3m* * TAMES B. MITCHEL, Real Estate Agent i ** and Conveyancer. — Office with -Messrs. j S. Brannan & Co., corner of L and Front t streets. Deeds, Bonds, .Mortgages, and other legal instruments, drawn with neatness and c accuracy. Collections here and at San Franc cisco, attended to at short notice and on rea- < sonable terms. REFERENCES : I ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

J^L^^ '••; -PACIFIC MAIL lelphia," at \: Chagres. The ; Pacific Mail steamship company's steamer "Tennessee," jeo. A; Cole, Esq., commander, : will - leave or. Panama, touching- only at Acapulco, on Monday, July 15, 1850, at 4, p. m. Treasure for 'shipment received at the :ompany's office, foot fof Harrison's pier, Sacramento st., on -Friday 12th, and Saturlay, 13th iust. Passengers are requested to >c on board at noon of the day of departure. The Tennessee will connect with the U. S. Mail steamer Philadelphia, to, leave Chajres on the arrival; of the passengers and reasure. ■ . The Philadelphia is one of the finest boats m the Atlantic coast, and passengers can secure through tickets, with the probability >f being in New York, in thirty days. ;• RATES OF PASSAGE : ; ■ * San Francisco to Panama, in the cabin, $300 do. ; do. i.5, steerage, 150 Dhagres to New York, saloon. 125 do do forward cabin. 100 do do lower cabin...: 90 do do steerage 65 The undersigned are...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 July 1850

■ \V;;:NEW; LINE FOR :: -"'T SACRAMENTO CITY, MARYSVILLE ' ' AND TRINITY MINES. npHE ; new, fast running and substan- • '"7" tial steamer , Major I Tompkins, Captain ... J. T. 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 the -{ lowest rates. ■•"/ The Major Tompkins con- .. nects at Sacramento city with the 1 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. Goods for shipment by this steamer received at all : times on board the storeship Tahmaroo free of charge; and orders left with the under- , signed, agents, will receive immediate attention. LOCKE # MORRISON, ; ;}i- Howison's Pier, foot of sacramento st, OGDEN $ HAYNES, : Clay stree£wharf, san Francisco. At sacrameuto, to captain on boa...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 13 July 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 13. 1850. NUMBER 62.

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Arrival of the New World. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 13 July 1850

Arrival of the New World. Three days later from the States. — Further particulars of the Cuban Expedition. The elegant steamship New World, Capt. Wakeman, arrived at San Francisco, Thursday morning, with 220 passengers. She left New York on the 10th of February last, and touched on her trip at Rio, Valparaiso, Panama, Acapulco, and San Diego. She left Panama on the 21st of June She is intended for the river navigation, but is not yet decided whether she will choose the San Joaquin, or the Sacramento river. The New World brought New York papers of the Ist June. The steamer Isthmus started from Panama one day before the New World, and has not been since heard of, though inquiry was made for her at Acapulco and other ports on the way. The New World encountered very stormy weather, and we understand came near going down. She was compelled to run into a bay for safety. The news by this arrival is not important. We give the following items, which are all we can glean of any interest. Jame...

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BAND OF ROBBERS NEAR SONARA. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 13 July 1850

BAND OF ROBBERS NEAR SONARA. A correspondent of the San Francisco Courier, writing from Sonora, July 7th, gives that paper the following items: !s To I hasten to give you an account of matters and things in this country. Rumor is rife about the -attacking: of the stage on its downward trip on, Thursday last. Repoit says that two Greasers were killed and several wounded. How true this report is~ l am unabLeto say. General Bensancon was one of the passengers. It is, however pretty certain that a band of regularly organized -robbers areiri-ftnl operation in the vicinity df Sonbra, : and on the several 1 roads leading <ttf ? and from that pla<3#. So certain *&*«<■• the people of the fact, that they have organized a company of rangefSynaaid'J a considerable /.amount of moaey-bjas already been, subscribed for theitcsupport. The company is commanded, by Capt. Litton, who* it vis said, is well acquainted with the .-qounjryv and is- a brave, and p...

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