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M [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 May 1851

M I T^agD^&viaSfc^lay Bth, 185l| » (the OounciKhfet ln| accordance with-pre| vions adjournment. TheVPresident m ;the chair, and all the members present. Aid. Berry offered the following resolution : " j "Resolved^ That the thanks of this Council are "due, and are hereby tendered, to J. R. Hardenbergh, Esq., for the faithful, impartial i and honorable manner with which he has discharged the duties of President i' thereof.'' •'*<•* *iKo &s&i|ll&lJ8i I Adopted. f Aid. Spalding_ offered., the following resolution :^ i; TI ; f^ .' j .-'. /■•■ ''■■■'.!■.({!_. Y<IA. 1 ;>.". Resolved, : That " the members of v the Council tender W. B. H. Dodson, Esq., our thanks for. the faithful 'manner; with which he has discharged the duties of clerk of this Council." '••' i-U.-- .: ■.■■■•> , . ; I .-.: fi -Adopted. — - ' l! Aid. i Tweed offered the following resolution .'.'■:'{ -ft ./<!■, . - • . j '•R...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 May 1851

W*B Blfi For the Union. . Human life is not much valued in this §£ *•?£»* ■ /*+ .'■-.. counfry. Unlike the old communities at the east — in which .each individual is a link in the chain of humanity, whose loss is felt by all the survivors as one of the body upon whom their happiness in some degree de pended — people here comparative strangle* _ \_ 5,,' ,\**\ v,» /;-,.-.( : iiti ers. Each individual, depending upon his own efforts, is comparatively careless of the fate - of- those about - him, - inasmuch* as his happiness nowise dependant upon iihem. This must be the reason that society, so keen to detect and prompt !to punish imposition in old communities, has regarded with seeming indifference the ' quackery that has ' ravaged this country. The numbers that have died from ; the < administration of improper remedies cannot be known ; but some surgicalpases that have fallen alive under my observation are worth recording. Mr. R., aged 28, of good, healthy constitution, rece...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
BY THIS MORNING BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 May 1851

BY THIS MORNING BOAT. Through Freeman & Co.'* Express. The steamer New World- arrived at her landing this morning, at half past 12 o'clock. { I Frpm tlie Bay papers, we copy the follow- . ing: - False Move in Sacramekto. — By a paragraph in the Placer Times, it appears that ■-» a benefit is to, be given at the Tehama The- 4 atre on Monday night, for .the benefit of the sufferers in this city. 1 We can appreciate the spirit which induces this movement, but , at the "same time feel bound to take the responsibility of declining the proposed gratuity, simply because there has been not 'an *•. instance, of want in consequence of c the recent conflagration, so far as we have able to A learn. t- Nor has any such instance reached / the knowledge of our mayor. „ The sufferers here are are many, and their losses are enormous, but no one sufferers for the necessa- > ries ?of life. / Our city is able to feed all her ' citizens, and therefore, though grateful for the proff...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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P [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 May 1851

P It almost seems as if our country was to * be visited with general desolation by fire. l To have such an indescribable and terrible ' conflagration as that of San Francisco, fol- A lowed by such a calamitous one as has just ° swept through Stockton, is almost more than can be endured without a crashing B effect upon the progress of California. It is now time fur men everywhere to wake up t tn the importance of building towns and \ cities with a paramount reference to mak- I ing them secure against the ravages of fire, c And especially is it important for the citi- a /•Mis of Sacramento to take warning by the i terrible afflictions of their sister cities, more I particularly at this time, when wo are more 1 liable to prevailing strong winds than at t any other season of the year. Were we to be so unfortunate as to have i a fire break out now. we believe that a fate : i similar to that which has fixed its blight 1 upon San Francisco and Stockton would in- I evitably entail its calam...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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P [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 May 1851

Professional Compliment. The subjoined is the correspondence be- , tween Mr. James Stark, of- the Telfama, and" Dr. Robinson, of the Pacific. Theatre.' We i rejoice to sec such' an act of substantial sympathy extended to a rival company. Sacramento City, May 'Jtli, .1851. We. the management and ! members *uf the company performing at the Tehama theatre, ] sympatlrising with our fellow-professionals, who have been sufferers by the late calamitous conflagration, tender , for " their benefit the use of the Tehama theatre, and the entire.strength of the company and orchestra. on the evening of Sunday, May 11th— lie entire proceeds of the performance to be appT^piiiitod.for__tha relief of _ the members of the Dramatic profession who have > <L i xp'eT > ie'n- ' ced losses by.the. unfortunate occurrence. - An immediate answer is requested. r , , :: JAMES STARK, in behalf of the Company. To Dr. Robinson and the members of the ,late Dramatic Museum. .. Sacram...

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M [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 May 1851

M . „ ...-•■- i. -Friday Evening, May 9. { y The Council met pursuant to adjournment. 1 ; On motion Aid. ll utehinson was culled to the chair. ■ The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. :)..; \Vu\ • ; Numerous petitions were read, from persons applying* fur the office of chief of police, which were 'all/referred to th? committee on applications for office." The Mayor reported the following standing .committees: j On Finance — Hutchinson, Dunconibeand Cheeney. ;: ; ■' ••:'■■■••••'•• • ■ ■- 'A— i-A . . ,:\ .••• .=: ; On Stfteis and Public Places— rod iris. Ken.; ; edyand'Haines.' ' •■'*-., • VI On 'Applications for Office — Johnson, Patchin and •Martin:';.: ; / * :On Hospital and Sick— Duncombe, ' Peebels and Martin. On Contract* and Expenditure*— Cheency. Hutchinson anil Johnson. , On Printing— Martin, Hamas and Duncombe. On Nuisances — Kenedy, Patchinand Cheeney. «>+s*#?}, >j*r.i*:i tr.}S£ The captain pro tern, of the police reported policemen St...

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M [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 May 1851

M Members of the above committee will meet this (Saturday) evening at 1% o'clock, at the office of Kewen & ./Morrison. Every member is expected to be present. By order of the committee. E.J.C. KEWEN, Chmn. A. C. Monson, V, Chmn. James Queen j Secretaries J. A. Cogswell, )

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 May 1851

MARINE INTELLIGENCE. • PORT OK SAN FRANCISCO. "■* " " • '. '„.... Arrived ;UvV£££ May 8— Barque Magnolia, Merrow, from Canton 6th .March, to Julius Kreyenhagen. ... *« -. , „ . Br barque Margaret Brock, Ayres, 75 days fm Hobart Town, YD L: produce, to Downing Griffiths. _. % ; Eqnatorian barque Amerfca, Calderon, 54 ds fm alparpiso; assorted cargo, to master. _ Brig Edinburgh, Sweet, 8* I'm Huinboldt Bay; 5 pasliters; piles, to master. .'-;'-' ', „ _ ■"- - Brig Edinburgh, Sweet, 2 ds fm Humboldt Bay, 5 passengers; piles, to master. . ,_ _ J Schr Santiago, Flower, 17 ds fm Lahaina, S I; 4 passengers; produce, to master. „ . , l _ , . • Schr Jacob M Kycrjon, Howe.*, 47 da fm Talcahuana; produce, to master. , . ■■ ..... ■/.•- <v^;j !»■•- -1 .., ' jj • • Olei»re«1, May B— Ship Nile, Taylor, whaling voyage; Darling & Co. . ' Barque VV H Shailler, Gorham, Honolulu; Post k. Co. Barque J O Colley, Smith, Valparaiso; master. Barque Florida, MrCarty, Panama and Valpa-ai...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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