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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. I /&lt;:* A~ &gt; - FREEMAN &amp; COS EXPRESS, /MSS^CONNECTING WITH ADAMS i rfjjsligy£ . &amp; co - to New Orleans, York, i -.—_- Boston, and all tho principal cities , ' and towns in the Atlantic States. , ! Gold Dorr forwarded and insured against all risks. Freeman &amp; Co. alone are authorised to draw Bills of Exchange in Sacramento' city on Adams &amp; Co., who have offices in every State in the Union. They transmit Treasure, Letters, Packages, &amp;c, daily, between San Francisco, Sacramento and Marysville, by the steamers Senator, New World and Got. Dana, having safes in their Express rooms on board, which are accompanied by faithful and experienced messengers. The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sacramento city on the 14th and last day of every month. ..." Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. Offices : Sacramento— Second, between J and K. San Francisco— Adams &amp; Cos. . 9 Marysvi...
Trades mid Mechanics. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
Trades mid Mechanics. "We believe a glance at those departments of industry which are most immediately concerned in promoting the comfort and convenieuce of our people especially proper at a time when mechanics are beginning to turn their attention to the carrying on of trades, in which they are rendered compe- i tent by apprenticeship and experience. We have always regarded the mechanics as among the most useful members of society, and as a general thing, the life of an artisan is peculiarly conducive to the development of that kind of moral integrity and honesty of purpose which make the very best citizens in the world. In all communities it is essentially important for a limited extent of capital to be invested in the manufacture of those articles which are of indispensable utility. An en- ! tire dependence upon foreign articles of manufacture, we regard as one of the most ruinous policies that can be possibly pursued by any nation or people upon the ! globe. In every human enter...
Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
Common Council. Monday, May 12, 1851. The Mayor in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting read and approved. A message was received from the Mayor, and on motion of Aid. Martin, was referred to a special committee. Sundry petitions for the office of City I'hysician. and members of Police, all referred to committee on applications for office. On motion of Aid. Duncombc, the message of the Ma}'or was referred to committee on printing, with instructions to print the same. The Mayor gave notice that the contract with the City Hospital, expired to-day, whereupon a committee was appointed to superintend the removal 6f the sick to the State Hospital. Aid. Martin, Hutchinson and Kennedy, were appointed said committee. Report of City Hospital, for week ending May 12th. Admitted, none; Discharged 1: i Died 2: Remaining 10. The chairman of committee to whom was referred the petition for the removal of canvas houses on block bounded by .1 and X, and First and Second streets, reported in...
Indla:i Murder lit El Dorado County ! [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
Indla:i Murder lit El Dorado County ! We are sorry to be compelled to announce that the Indians in El Dorado county arc again becoming troublesome, and that they have once more commenced open hostilities by murdering several miners. We are furnished the particulars of this unfortunate affair by Mr. P. Stillwill. formerly a merchant of Burlington, lowa. It seems that on Friday night last a company of miners, on a prospecting tour, were encamped about six miles from Johnson's Ranch, above Hangtown, when they were fire 1 upon by a party of Indians. A Mr. Wade, formerly of Rochester, Wis., was shot dead. Another gentleman, whose name we have not learnt, received a very severe wound in the neck, but is likely to recover; while a third has not been found since the murder, and la supposed by his companions to have been killed at the same time. This lamentable occurrence is justly calculated to incite the miners to take summary and terrible vengeance upon their merciless foe. And who can bl...
MAYOR'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
MAYOR'S MESSAGE. To tlie Honorable, the Common Council — • Gkntlemen: In conformity to the oath which I have taken, and in compliance^ the requisition* of the City Charter, it is incumbent upon me to submit for your calm consideration, the present financial condition of our city, and to recommend for your action, such views of general policy which in my humble judgment, will best be adapted to subserve the welfare, and tend to advance the future prosperity of the city. Our city, as you are all well aware, lias passed through many trying and eventful scenes, during the last year, and nothing but a commanding position, and the energy and indefatigability of her citizens, has brought her unscathed out of the severe ordeal to which she has been subjected. That she has accomplished wonders, I need only point you to her wall of defence, with which she is now surrounded. which bids defiance to the vising waters. While she has accomplished wonders in her infancy, she yet requires a great de...
CHIEF ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
CHIEF ENGINEER'S REPORT. Thr Honorable aldijot and Common Council of \ Sacramento I 'itu : (ikntj.k.mkx : The Chief- Engineer of the j Fire Department, begs leave to suhmtt for your consideration, tho following. report. At the time of my app lihtnient as (he Kngin •'•;•. our city was without a Fire Department, and has been so until our sister city Nevada was destroyed by fire. &lt;'m- citizens reflected no longer— they saw the cunse&gt; quence of delay — a meeting of them wa- ; called and a committee from their body waappointed to solicit by subscription, n 6oflU cient sum of money to organise a tire Deoai tment, It is with feelings of pleasure and gratitude towards these gentlemen, through whose perseverance and exertion, your humble servant has been able to organise a very r.-]. dalle I- ire Department. Tho commit' tee would extend their purchases to one or two move fire apparatuses but for want o! means, were compelled for the present t&lt; stay operations...
BY THIS MORNINGS BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
BY THIS MORNINGS BOAT. Ts«ons;li Frecmaii tS; Co.'s Express. The New World arrived about 1 o'clock this morning. Passed the Senator arid Conlid, nee just this side of Benicia — the former about half a length in advance, both going at atremendous speed. The wind was Mo* - ing a gale in the bay of San Francisco, when the New World left. The Carolina left yesterday afternoon f« r Panama. She had 23 cabin passengers, and 100 iii the steerage. The Northerner and New Orl&lt; ans leave on Thursday, both with" a full compliment of passengers. Hundreds of frame dwellings are rapidly being built on the site of the burnt district, and the city is even now fast recovering fn.m the effects of the fire. The hotels are crowded to overflowing, and many are unable to find accoimnoiliit ons either at Jones" or the Orient il. From the most careful estimates made, the loss by the fire is set down at $12,000,000. The Now World on her last trip down, shattered her wheel house, by running in to th...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
ftOHHIBIT &gt;\:ii r.. r.-i c mi On Sunday evening, May llih, in this city, by Rev. Mr. I.snggs,* Dr.CMoRRiLL, of Sacramento City, to Mi— M.\i:v &lt; An.\.M«?kkilj., of Boston, Mass. . .JB3" Boston, papers trill pleue copy..:-; ['.'.'■ ]'.\'.,'\r2 lri}~ For Uuvcrnor. — The fooock and acqnaintftneeig Ot Capt. U'M. U'ALDO. irrespective of party, present him to the people of California as a candi'litte for Covernor, at tho approaching election ili.-i ability, noblones3 of soul, energy and persorer:inee, most, eminently qualify him to he placed at the helm of State. »]ils td Police Notice. At a meeting held by the Volunteer Citizens" Police of the Fifth District, at the Missouri Hotel, on Saturday evening, C. C. Nickett. Fsq. was called to the chair, and T. Gibbons appointed secretary. The following officers were duly elected: J. Culver, Lieut, of the first block, from 3d to 4th street: T. A Cutter, from 4th to sth street: F. Peters, from sth to 6th street; and south of ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 13 May 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. -*p = SPRING MEETING. Brighton Race Course, wear Sacramento city— May 21st, 22d and 23d. President— X. 11. DAVIS, I£sq. .STEWARDS. Capt John A Suttor, C:ipt Joseph R Beard, Judge Tod Robinson, Judge B t Washington, &gt;laj Ben McCulloch, Gen Douglas, Jos Cogswell, lisa.. Dr Ogdeu, Judge— f X BATTELLE, Esq. . llonorakv Secretary— Dk. WAKE BRVARLi. j FIRST DAY— Wednesday, May 2Ut. First Rack— Jockey Club Purse, . £2.30. lor all ages; 3 year olds carrying i*o lbs: 4 year olds, 102 lbs; 5 year old«, 112 Ibi; 0' year olds, 120 lbs; 7 .v.id upwards 126 lbs. allowing three, lbs to marcs and geldings. Entrance 10 percent — Mile Heats. Second Race— Jockey Club Purse, $350, for all horses bred in America, two or more to make a race; catch weights. Entrance 10 per cent; 2 mile beats. Third Mace Purse $15' J. trco for all. Entrance 10 per ct; single dash of a mile. ..—:. SECOND DAY—Tnnrsday, May 22/. First Race — Purse $500, given by the proprietors of the Orleans House:...