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GENERAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 May 1851
GENERAL NOTICE. Religion* Service 8. — Congreg atjo.nal Church, 6th street, between I and J — Rev. J. A. Benton, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10£ o'clock a.m. and 3 o'clock p. m. Methodist Episcopal Church, Nokth, 7th st., between L and M— Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Divina service every Sabbath at 10J o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m. Methodist Episcopal Church South, 7th st., between J and X— Rev. Mr. Penniman, Pastor. Diviae service every Sabbath at 10&amp; o'clock a. m. Baptist Church, N. E- corner of 7th and L sts — Rev. James W. Capen, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10£ o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. Roman Catholic Church, corner of 7th and X its— Rev. John Ingoldsby, Pastor. Divine worship on every Sabbath and Holiday, at 10J o'clock a. m., m.nd 4fc p. m.; on other days at 7 o'clock a. m. Colored Methodist Church, 7th st., between &lt;Z and H — Barney Fletcher, Pastor. Service every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a m, and 3 and 7 pm. Masonic lioily...
"Work for tUe Xcw Counell. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 May 1851
"Work for tUe Xcw Counell. Never was there a better opportunity for a new Council to distinguish themselves than the present affords to those gentlemen who have just been elected to the Aldermanic away of Sacramento city. The past city counciluien have had no email amount of labor to perform, and in the mammoth enterprises which they have been obliged to operate, under the greatest possible disadvantages, they have overlooked many matters which, though very essential, were nevertheless of less moment than the thorough organization of a city government, and the construction of such a piece of work as our magnificent Levee. Especially iv respect to this last improvement, ought the members of the old dynasty to find a palliation for an apparant inattention to a great many things to which a response was demanded. Let a man cf reflection pass over this grand bulwark of defence against inundations which has been thrown up in a few months by ourVity Fathers of the last year. with limited m...
City Items—By Magnolia. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 May 1851
City Items — By Magnolia. Distinguished Arrivals.— Gov. McDougall, Major Hobbie of the Post Office Department, Captain Budd of the steamship California, and T. K. Battelle, Ass. Engineer of the San Francisco Fire Department, arrived this morning in the favorite steamer Senator. Captain John Van Pelt. There is a tremendous excitement in town about the Chinese hat with the charcoal streak on it ; it is generally supposed that the originator of that invention was struck. A serious quarrel occurred on Saturday night! at the Orleans, between two gentlemen of distinction, but, fortunately, by the intervention of the pragmatic proprieto* r «jl the Columbia, the affair tras settled without bloodshed. Pleasure Excursion. - Captain Chadwick of the old and favorite steamer " Lawrence."' having determined to postpone his trip to Shasta City, has gratuitously offered hw steamer to a party of ladies and gentlemen, to take a trip up the American River as far as Salmon falls. We congratulate our fr...
District Court, Gth Judicial District. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 May 1851
District Court, Gth Judicial District. r~™ Hon. Tod Robinson, - Presiding. ; Calendar for Monday 12th No's 236, 371,400,784. : " : : Tuesday, 13th inst — No's. 230, 114. 854, 685, 689,864. - ■. * *^— - Wednesday, 14th : inst.— No's. 224, 316, 776, 852. 847, 868. : - Thursday, loth inst.— No's. 710. 216, 768, 845. 890, 027. &lt; )' X. if»l\ 51 U h&amp;- t l Friday, 16th inst. — Motions heard. ■ ■ Our City Marshal.— We :do not believe there is a city in*' the : Union 4 which has a better officer than our present City Marshal. He lias the integrity, the fearlessness and the decision of character, '; necessary for making him one of the strongest preservers ; of public peace, and the violators of law, or ; the disturbers of order will have little oppor-' ' j tunity. of evading justice whilst he remains an executive .. officer of the - city. With the eye of a hawk he seems to be constantly pa- 1 rading the streets," and where an infraction ! upon the laws is committed, he ...
manorial oorresponaence. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 May 1851
manorial oorresponaence. ?»S33s SanJFrancisco, May 10th, 1851. fSAN Francisco, May 10th, 1851. f ; | The Confidence left Sacramento a few moments after the Senator on Friday afternoon, I and from the minute we left the dock, until rwe arrived at the wharf at the foot of Broadway, it was . impossible to tell which boat had the advantage. As we ran into the landing at . Bcnicia, T the boats maintained about the same position" they did fon our departure. The bay was uncommonly smooth ias we neaTed the city, and the Confidence was enabled " to hold her own with her rival. The Senator arrived at her wharf about a length in advance of the/Confidence. . The terrible devastation which has laid in : ruins this commercial emporium, the pride lof California and the wonder of the world. : cannot be adequately conceived of, -by those, i who have not ' seen; her in her properity, as well as in her adversity. Where but a week . ago stood proud edifices defying the fury of the devouring element, is...
' General Summary. – [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 May 1851
' General Summary. - We have never been called upon to take a cursory glance of calamities so dire, so heart-rending in their bearings, as those to which we.afe now obliged to call attention. When we made up our advices for onr Eastern friends on the Ist of May, no part of California gleamed more beautifully in our vision than the Queen City of the Pacific, our boasted San Francisco. It was then the pride of our eyes. We proclaimed it an almost matchless city, revelling in the very majesty of commerce, replete with beauties, and endowed with gigantic strength, although in age it was but a mere infant. Alas, how fleeting and mutable ate ihe richest emblems of magnificence, even whet* they are spread over the expansive limits of a great commercial emporium ! A few hours' work of the destroying angel is all that is required to reduce to ashes the richest tokens of magic enterprise, and bnry in irretrievable ruin the most buoyant and elastic hopes that can animate mind of a business com...
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 May 1851
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SAH FUAXCISCO. Arrived, May 9— Steamer Sea Gull, Tichcnqr, 96 hours from Humboldt Bay; barque Sarah Warren, Stickney, 20 (Is ftii Manilla; brig Newcastle, Stunner, 3 &lt;ts fin Hmnboldt Bay; schr Honolulu, Swasey, 12 ds fm San Diego. Clear &gt;«, Snip Trescott, Payne, Panama and Valparaiso; brig Sarah Abigail, Bush, Putt's Bound; barque Mary Melville, Dearborn, Astoria; Br barque Orient, Corney, Manilla; schr Favorite, Brown, Santa Cruz; schr Emma Packer, Aehby, Sandwich Island.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 May 1851
GENERAL NOTICES. #y Sutler Hotel.— This well known House having been refitted throughout, in a superior manner, will be re-opened to tho public on Tuesday, May Git), b] JA.S. D. PAGE, formerly of the Branch Hotel, San Francisco, and R. P. MEAD, late of the Express Hotel, in this city This house has been fitted up for a first class Hotel, and the proprietors intend that it shall be second to none in tbe country. The house lias several suits ot rooms suitable for families, whirh are furnished in a superior style. ■yl'- $j- For Guvcrnur. — The frieads an 1 acquaintances of Ca.pt. WM. WALDO, irrespective of 'party, present him to the people of California as a candidate for Governor, at the approaching election His. ability, nobleness of soul, energy and perseverance, most eminently qualify him to be placed at the helm of State. aj 15 td NuTic ] have this day disposed of my entire interest in the firm of Cavert, iin.i. &amp; Co . to mv late partners, J. Brya.nt II lU., John C. Ba...