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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

THE DAILY UNION. Vol. I.— No. 6.] SACRAMENTO CITY, TUESDAY", MARCH 25, 1851. [Price 5 Cents.

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"THE DAILY UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

"THE DAILY UNION." JOHN F. MORSE, EDITOR. We publish this Morning the above-named paper, at the reduced price of Five Cents per copy. In adding another Journal to the list of those already published, we believe we are but responding to the imperative wants of tho community ; and we know that in assuming the responsible position contemplated in such an enterprise, we are actuated by nothing but honorable determinations to establish a medium of intelligence which shall afford unequalled facilities for advertising, and through which we can always speak with the assurances of justice, equity and decorum. It will be our aim to publish the first news in the best style and at the lowest prices. And that we can do" this, we feel confident, from the practical ability of those constituting the publishing department, together with their known energy, and long experience in all the detail of a newspaper.publication. We have already made preparation for receiving early and important news from Sa...

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GENERAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. Religious Service — Congkeg ational Church, Cth street, between I and J — Rev. J. A. Bcnton, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10| o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. Methodist Episcopal Cnuncrr, North, 7th st., between L and M— Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10j o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. M. Methodist Episcopal Chtech Sot-th, 7th st., between J and — Rev. Mr. Penniman, Pastor. DiTine service every Sabbath at 10j o'clock A. m. Baptist Church, N. E. corner of 7th and L sts — Rer. James W. Capon, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath nt lOJ o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. Vomw Catholic Church, corner of 7th and X sts— Rev. John Ingoldsby, Pastor. Divine worship on every Sabbath and Holliday, at K>£ o'clock a. m.. and Ij p. m.; on «thcr days at 7 o'clock a. m. Mn«onle J.«otf:;f4. — TeHAMA LoiXJE, No. 3, lnctts on the 2 1 and 4th Mondays of each mouth, at 7j o'clock p. m.. in the Masonic Hall, corner of J and sth sts. T. A....

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POETRY For the " Union.*9 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

POETRY For the " Union.* 9 EL VERVNO VIXIEXDO. Summer is coming — the insects nro humming. The birds are all singing and building a homo ; The wild flowers are blooming, the garden perfuming, The woodland and prairie invite us to roam. The bright spheres arc chiming, the sun, proudly climbing, Looks down upon earth with a love-beainingeye; As she lingers in gladness, forgots winter's sadness, And sends up her odors and songs to the sky. The stream from the mountain, released from the fountain, Like childhood is dancing along thro' the plain ; All nature rejoices, her ten thousand voices Awake, now that summer is coming again. Ago hoary with duty, and youth fresh in beauty, And pestilence eveneomos forth at the sound: Each heart swells with pleasure, the miser his treasure Forgets for awhile as he gazes around. Oh. nntuve! what feelings attend thy revealing*, Transported we bow at thy shrine and adore ; The power that is o'er thco. forever before thee, Afl noontide resplendent, when ...

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ODE [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

ODE TO THE OLD TI'RTLE LYING AT THE "CRESCENT CITY." I. Thou bruve old hero of the stormy deep. Companion of the ocean rock and wave! Awake from out thy lazy dreaming sloop. And grant to me tho little boon I crave- : To use thy shell — a poet's shell — to keep A siul and solemn murm'ring of the graye — A song of sorrow ringing on the ear Whilst singing to thee, hero, fat and dear ! To-morrow morning, ore tho glowing sky Illuminates our city's loftiest spire. The cook shall co«no. and from thy log antM The rope that holds thee now 'gainst thy desire, And drag theo to the kitchen — there to die ; For like a "digger" furious with iro. He'll grasp a tomahawk, and swing it hijih. Then hurl it through thy nock into tho floor — Thou'lt kick aud scramble, but to be no more. in. j Alas! alas! that on thy noble pato A doom so terrible should be decreed ; Dragged from the paws and bod of thy sweet mate, In ocean's chambers, culprit-liko. to blood : i Far. botter far, the "hard" contemptuous fn...

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Practical Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

Practical Wisdom. A Mass Meeting of Mechanics and Workingmen, says the N. Y. Tribune, was held in the Chinese Museum at Philadelphia, on the 19th inst.. when the following Address was adopted. We regard it as a cheering evidence of the progress of thought that such a document should be put forth on such an occasion. It shows that the time of strikes and sterile revolts of laborers is passing away, and that the working classes are learning the secrets of practical wisdom. Let them persevere in this direction, and not be disheartened by difficulty or occasional failure, and at last thfy who do the work shall enjoy its product without the need of paying tribute for the privilege of toiling. Here is the Address: To the Art itd n x and li'orkingmcn of Paul, Artisans and Tradesmen, workers in every department of human industry, the time calls upon us to aid by all just means in our power the promotion of that peaceable but radical revolution now going on among the people: the struggle of ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

YEW BOOKS AND STATIOJi"ERY, LAW BOOKS. &c.— Collycr on Partnership, Perkins" edition: Ballantine on limitations; Smiths Mercantile Law: Kent's Commentaries : Bouvier'a Law Dictionary. Wheatons Elements of International Law: Pothier on Contracts; Conklin^'s Treatise: Wliart'in's American Criminal Law: Chitty on Pleading; Digest Law of the United State-: Conkling's United States Admiralty; Pritch ard'rt Admiralty Digest: Rights and Duties of Merchant Seamen; Laws of the United States l>y Story — also by SharswiKxk Story's Equity Jurisprudence; Story on Bailments; Story on ISilla of Exchange; do. on Partnership: do. on Agency; do. on Promissory Notes; do. on Conflicts of Laws. Also, a lar^o Assortment, too numerous to mention, of schoO-bookfl of ■every description: music book*, dictionaries, etc.; gold dust Imxos. with and without tins, from 800 to __' t.OUO in size: American and English playing cards by the doz. and gross; twine in balls: wrapping paper; gold du...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. JOSEPH R. HEARD. JB. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commis- ■ sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. rnl9 CLARK & MILNE, Auction and Commission \J Merchants, Front st, between X and L. ml 9 T)RETTYMAN & BAR ROLL, Wholesale AucJr tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between J and X streets. ml 9 2m Bankers. RHODES, STURGES & CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between J and K. m 19 HENSLEY & MERRILL, Bankers and Exchange Brokers, 47 Second street, between J and K. " ml 9 BEACH, WELLS & CO., Bankers, J street, near Second. ml 9 lm BF. HASTINGS & CO., Bankers and Commis- • siou Merchants, No. 51 J street. ml 9 lw Bakers. WINKLE'S BAKER V, X street, between Front and Second. Cakes, pies, &c, always on hand. inl9 lm Booksellers. LOVEGROVE & MURRAY, Booksellers and Stationers, Post Office Buildi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Lawyers. BF. WASHINGTON, Attorney at Law and • Notary Public, corner Third and J streets, up stairs. - ; . ; mi 9 .JOHNSON & FOR MAN, Attorneys and CounJ sellors at Law, Third street, four doors from J street. >u: ' ! r ml 9 DAVIS & RYE RSON, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Second st, between J and K. ' ml 9 C A. JOHNSON, Attorney at Law, J street, be . tween 3d and 4th. j m2O BURNETT, EDWARDS & GASS, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, north side of J street, between 4th and slh, opposite the Oak. m2l lm* THOM, WARD & BLAIR, Attorneys and X Counsellors at Law, J street, between Second and Third. ' ni24 Miscellaneous. WM. WATSON, Interpreter and Translator of the Spanish Language, Abbey Hotel, J street. in 19 lm TNO. HATCH, Watchmaker and Manufacturer of ♦J all kinds of California Jewelry J street, between Front and Second. • ' m 22 CITY COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS, corner Front and 1 streets. Fresh Ground Coffee ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. HVMIJ_TC!I. CITY. THIS city, beautifully situated on the west bank of Feather River, v surrounded by a country skirted by the Table Mountains, being as healthy and luxuriant as it is lovely and productive ; is bountifully supplied with pure water, and surrounded with excellent grazing ; is situated 25 miles above \ üba City and Mary.-ville, and is the highest point of steam navigation. As a central position for a general depot for the chief Gold Mining Districts, it stands uurivalled, being within a few miles of t\w most productive diggings on the Feather Kiver. and being the starting point for the rich mines on lSutte Creek, Dry Creek, nnd West and North Branches of Feather River; it also the exact point where the route diverges across the plains for Sopruneoto, Trinity and Shaste Rivers, and is the last place where parties, bound that route, can procure fresh water, until proceeding a distance of 2i> miles. These are advantages of no ordinary character, ...

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JOB PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

JOB PRINTING. We are now prepared to accommodate the Public ; with every variety of Job PiiiNTiNa, having an excellent supply of .I" 1 ) Type and Fancy Borders. Having procured a fine assortment of Double Enamelled Cards, we :ir« also prepared to print Gauds in a very superior stylo, and at ilie mo. reasonable prices. Job Work done in colors, when desired. Blanks of every description printed on the short- ! est notice, and in the neatest style. tfg- Mr. Jxo. Mi \rM. at the Ilaerlcm Restau- 1 rant, Pupont street, Sea Francisco, is authorized ! Agent there, and will receive Advertisements and Subscriptions for this Paper. fir Dr. S. T. Watts hat kindly consented to be- ; come our agent at Marrsvflle. Our friends in that ■ quarter will have prompt attention paid to their or- ' ders by leaving them at hie office, corner of Front and D streets. A Tiutlifal View of tlic Sacramento Lever, for t!ic Bcnciit of Stronger*. Let the oldest inhabitant of our city make ! the same survey of this co...

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Interesting Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

Interesting Mining Intelligence. Our attention has been called to what we consider the most wonderful golden discovery of the day — the "lead"' lately purchased byG. S. McMackin, Esq., at Nevada. It is composed of a kind of gold-bearing quartz, so friable as to yield in many instances to slight impressions of the fingers. The dirt which surrounds it, is as rich as the quartz itself. We were yesterday shown, at the house of Cavert, Hill ft Co., Front street, by Mr. McMackin, specimens both of the dirt and quartz. We stirred in the first, which Mr. McM. said was hardly a fair sample, with our hands, and though we did not wish to deprive him wrongfully of his treasure, we could not prevent particles of the precious metal from -'sticking to our fingers : " and as we broke apart a small piece of the quartz and found the glittering little nests, we could wish for no finer amusement to while away dull care; provided we had such a quartz vein of our own. Mr. McM&ddn has already,...

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Our Thank*. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

Our Thank*. We know not how to respond to the manifestations of friendship — the kind and complimentary pledges of support — which have greeted us in our new enterpri.-e. We always desired to have the confidence and respect of the community in which we ilived; and, desiring it, strived to merit it. • But we did not expect such a peculiar expression of kind and generous consideration I as are inspiring our first efforts in the publication of a Daily Newspaper. We did not expect that our untried and novel enterprise would, in the onset, receive a modicum of favor so calculated to ensure success — so I congenial to the heart as that which has j welcomed the first and anxious issues of the I " Daily Union. '' Not expecting it, the re- ; ception of it embarrasses us with a multitude 1 of intense and grateful feelings, to which we ■ cannot construct a satisfying response. I Whilst, however, we feel a deep pleasure in , appreciating the kindness of our friends — I whilst we are stimulated ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

CORRESPONDENCE. For the Daily Union. Messrs. Editors : The laws of most of the Eastern States provide for the election of overseers of the poor in the several townships in the counties, whose duty it is to take charge of the paupers, and an amount sufficient to meet the annual expense is voted by the people, in town-meeting assembled. — Many counties have established poor houses, to which it is the duty of the overseers to transport all the paupers front their several townships, who are able to bear removal. — In these cases the expense is defrayed by a county tax, assessed by a board of commissioners, which, under different names in different States, have the management of the county finances. In the younger Western i States, owing, probably, to the sparseness of : the population, the counties take charge of | the poor, whether thay have a poor house or not ; and Justices of the Peace are made by law, overseers of the poor; and the expense ' is defrayed by county assessment. Each '...

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ITEMS FROM THE STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

ITEMS FROM THE STATES. The St. Charles Hotel, at New Orleans, which was lately destroyed by fire, is to be rebuilt. Among the petitions presented to the Massachusetts House of Representatives recently, was one from Samuel Adams, of Boston, for compensation for services during Shay's rebellion, nearly three-quarters of a century ago. The Rev. Henry Giles is lecturing to crowded audiences in the city of St. Louis. In England the subject of Papal Aggrc«sion, still continues to occupy the public mind, although the excitement on the question has considerably abated. The census of Ohio, just made out at the Department, shows that State to have a population of one million, nine hundred ami eighty-one thousand nine hundred and fifty souls. Two men pretending to have just returned from California, dropped into a St. Louis jewelry store, and exchanged twelve ounces of brass filings for some gold watches. In New York, they are employing clairvoyants to look up the lost steamer Atlantic. Some o...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

MARINE NEWS. PORT Oi* 1 Si\ 1 It A \ CISCO. Ai-.ivfd, March 22d.— Sohr W A Tarlton, McGowan,B9 da fin I'avt.i. March 23.— - U i 1 . Emily. Forsyth. f>o day- from Valpara'so schr Holder Borden, Warwick, 60 daya fin Valparaiso. C'l. nrc-tl, Ship Dolores Robles, Meyer, Valparaiso; barque Minerva, Brunscum, Trinidad Bay; British barque Brazil Packet, Main.". Mazatlan; British barque Arl:;.- 1 1 • , Brockbaiik, Callao; schr Josephine, Dixey, Astoria; sehr James L Day, Hempstead, Lahaina.

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PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

PASSENGERS. Per steamer Union, from Panama —L ilcox, Chevalier, SheVba, Across, Mrs Bowman, "in *, Shutte, Alv. r/.. G Campbell II Craft, lady and i servant. S Jacobs, .1 Kobn, II G Rt:inhart,o J Newton, Mrs Iliddon, Clarke, A Godfrey, OBOakly, Lubbock, Smith, Biddleeom, .1 I. Corez,S S Tilton. D A I'rllov.,-..! G Goodhue, Gould, \V 1! Calces, J Miller, II Leo, Ford, T S Anderson, Cap! It Fris- ■ hie and son, F C Ellis, X .1 Brickcll and lady, Miss Brickcll, A Brickell, .] Burton, .1 Gregg, P Scatty, A Logan, W II Table, G Gilbert, Wm David, J W Travers, S I 1 Daggett, Salberton,G Lewis, J Davis, Vandcrheim, A Hall, .1 Law, Nelson Trucker, .1 linn;:, II Dunston, John Knight, I Carpenter, G Frcgaskcs, II James, E Saunders, Didendorff, 01---raau, Brafferman, J Yount, lady and 3 children, Mr Wise, Rise, C J Metscar, A Wensehenk, W Shoble, rtinakeg, Plahto, Mandlebamm, Nortaoase, D Poiior. Lerz, W Wallace, .1 Cerf, J Heed. J Smyth? er, II Stephens, W Webster, X P Mich, S D Mir!.. el, S ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

jg'tf" Hoolt and Ladder Company. We, the undersigned, pledge ourselves to become members of a Hook and Ladder Company, and conform to the rulc3 and regulations of the Fire Department. Sacramento City, March 22d, 1351. John A. Read, . A. 11. Potter, David McDowell, Fbigg & Co., Wm G Proctor, John G. Hatch, _ F. Ogden, . Samuel J. May, Wm Blackwood, L. Hcrrogg, B 15 Barney, Robert Beatty, Geo Wheeler, .Stephen C Browncll, .1 (i Anderson, Wlt Form, John P Sharkcv, Wm Me William?, I) S Curry, ":- :".:V Henry G Langley, Galland & Goldring, John II Scranton, DO Mills, Robert T Brown, S 11 Morse, John T. Bayley, Wm T Kennedy, E S Youmans, E It Figjt, John G Clcal, Thoi J Wilburn, Dennis Buckley, JP II Went worth, „ 0 W llimrod," James C McDonough, Wm II Hoy, John S Fowler, Eugene F Gillespie, W B Lawler, James Queen. The above members of Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, are requested to meet at the Orleans Hotel, This (Tuesday) Evening, at 1\ o'clock, to complete the...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 25 March 1851

POSTSCRIPT. BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT.

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