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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 22 July 1850

A. M. WINN, GENERAL Agent for the sale of land and other property. Office Gillespie's Doric Row, on M streets, between 2nd and 3rd streets. He is agent for— Lewis T. Sagat, George McKinstry, Theodore Cordua, Wni. Blackburn, Franklin Bates. . jy13 tf Covert & Sadler, House, Sign and Ornamental Painters, Third street, second door trom J, JUST received 20,000 , lbs. white lead; 300 gallons linseed oil; 8,000 feet German window glass; also, a large invoice paper hangings. Keep constantly on hand a general assortment of fine colors, ' artists' tools, &c. Orders from the country promptly attended to. :• .^ m 2 3m FOR SALE. SPLENDID FARMING AND GARDENING LAND NEAR SACRAMENTO. THIRTY ten acre tracts, immedi ately adjoining the limits of this city, upon the American Fork, and extending along the banks of this River for, two miles. This land offers the most beauliful and healthy location, as a residence, in this vicinity and for those desiring that their families shoul...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 22 July 1850

What a Noise ! ABOUT Buteviile, Colusa, and 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 passage and freight to STERLING & TAYLOR'S RANCHO. where they will find a cordial leception, 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 Sterling & Taylor's, and would do well to call before going further. m 7 3m* FOR RENT. THE large and commodious House on the north side of L street, between Front and 2nd streets, known as Mrs. Petit's Private Boarding . House. The house is divided off into rooms and furnished suitable for the entertainment of boarders. For' conditions. &c, ennuire of '.. fje6 tfl MRS. PETIT. MADISON WALTHALL. LEVI HERMANCEi Walthall & Hermance, A...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 22 July 1850

NEW LINE FOR SACRAMENTO CITY, MARYSVILLE AND TRINITY MINES. HP-HE new, : fast running and 1 substrl : =TV.« tial steamer Major ■•. Tompkins, Capt^ J. T. f Morrill, will leave Clark's Point, Sau* 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 I Major Tompkins con> 1 nects at Sacramento, city with the steamers Yuba to ;MSJ.XiII; M 5 J. X iIle ' and Jack Hays to ' the upper sacramento and Trinity mines, so that freight and j 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 atten. tion. LOCKE: $ MORRISON >/ I Howison's Pier, foot of sacramento st, . r $ OGDEN Sf HAYNES, r . Clay street'wharf, san Francisco At sacramento, to c...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. 'OLUME I. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 23. 1850. NUMBER 70.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

The Catholic Clergy. — A Mr. Field, of Oregon, gave us some items of news from that country a few weeks ago, in advance of the mail, which we published on his authority. Subsequent intelligence from Oregon, which we abo published, showed that our informant was wrong in a very important particular. The following communication has appeared in the San Francisco papers, which we copy as an act of justice : To the Eds. of the Alta California : Gentlemen — In a number of your journal published in the first part of June last, you inserted an extract from the Sacramento Transcript, stating that nine murderers, including two Catholic priests, had been delivered up by the Cayuse Indians into the possession of the Governor of Oregon, and that it was thought they had been convicted and put to death. The extract is as follows : "In March last, he (Gov. Lane) formally demanded of the Indians the remainder of the murderers, and nine of them, including two Catholic priests, have been delivered into...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

Miscellaneous. About the Sandwich Islanders, extracted from Bells' life in Sidney. One of the greatest attractions was a waterfall, about three hundred yards up the river. It needed not the feats done there to make the fall of the Wailuka, or River of Destruction, worth looking at. The river ran some hundred yards or so in. rapids, over rocks and stones, the banks, the crao\ and the precipice, two hundred feet high, whose rudeness was softened and refined by tendrils and creepers, that hung down to the foaming water, which ill-naturedly jerked them as it rushed by. A huge rock divided the stream, one half of which dashed petulantly on, and met a noisy fate down the fall ; while the other, of a milder gentler nature, ran along a channel of solid rock.and fell in one heavy stream a depth of about twenty-five feet, joining the rough waters below. A little turmoil succeeded the junction ; then they flowed quetly on, like brothers, arm-in-arm, till they fell again, and soon were lost in ...

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Report on land Titles in California, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

Report on land Titles in California, (Continued.) I think the rights of the Government will be fully secured, and the interests and permanent prosperity of all classes in that country best consulted, by no other general measure in relation to private property, than an authorized survey, according to the grants, where the grants are modern, or since the accession of the Mexican government, reserving the overplus or, according to ancient possession, where it dates from the time of the Spanish government, and the written evidence of the grant is lost, or does not afford data for the survey. But providing that in any case where, from the opinion of the proper law officer or ogent of the Government in the State or from information in anyway received, there may be reason to suppose a grant invalid, the Government (or a proper, officer of it) may direct a suit to be instituted for its annulment. . rin is proper for me " to say that, at Monterey, Gen. R ley, then , iv charge of the governme...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

EXCHANGE BROKERS. GOLD DUST INSURED. kIPMETJTS of Gold Dust, Coin or Bulliai, through to NEW YORK, r fi Epstern States, including the risk 'wising the Isthmus. — under poi in tie ■ ".;: ntic Mutual, Sun Mutual, and General Mutual Insurance Companies of New York, he lowest rates, by DEWEY # SMITH, hange Brokers, J street, between 4th and 7-tf ' [sth streets. ■ ■ , TON LEE W. A. BAKER. DE.JAB. PEARSON. Barton Lee, Baker & Co., BANKERS, toers of Exchange Sf Assayers of Gold. \ (Dr. Pearson, Assayer,) Office 2d street, between I and J. iacramento City, June 22d, 1850 t£ Henley, McKniglit & Co., * • king, Exchange, Deposit and Discount ice, Front st., next door to Sutter Hotel. THOS. J. HENLEY, Indiana. o. Mcknight, Ohio. ly3o tf S.C. HASTINGS, lowa. IXCHANGE ON— ! 1 BOSTON, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK,. CHARLESTON, S.C. PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND, BALTIMORE. NORFOLK, WASHINGTON, N.ORLEANS, ':. ■ '.Ice, for sale in sums to suit, by HENSLEY, MERRILL & KING, |y3O 3m...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

COLOMA. WINTER'S HOTEL, Main street, Columa, El Dorado co Winters & Crummey, Proprietors. THIS long established and commodious Hotel has been thoroughly repair ed and refitted this season, and will now fur nish accommodations of the first order. The chambers are large and airy, as well as pleasantly situated. The table will be supplied with everything the market affords, and the bar with the choicest wines and liquors. Strangers and Invalids will find the village of Columa, in the heart of the gold region, one of the most pleasant and healthful localities in the state, and Winter's Hotel the ye y place to rest from their toils and welcome returning health. Columa, June 18, 1850. je2o-tf What a Noise ! A BOUT Buteville, Colusa, and "^*- 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 passage and freight to STERLING &...

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Enlargement of the iJaily iraiiscript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

Enlargement of the iJaily iraiiscript. We appear before our readers this morning in an enlarged form. Rapid as is the growth of our city, we are determined to keep pace with her strides, even though we should be compelled to enlarge every month. The press of advertisements has for some time crowded our columns, and given our paper too much of a business appearance to suit our readers in the mines, and the family circle. While we shall hereafter give additional attention to the interests of commercial men, we will also be able to supply the family circle and general reader with light literature and the news of the day. We shall endeavor to do away with the necessity of so many eastern papers circulating in our midst, by publishing all the news that comes to us in their columns. The people possess a variety of tastes. It is not expected that every article in a newspaper will be read by a single reader. But hereafter it shall be our aim always to present such a variety of matter that e...

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Steamer Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

Steamer Paper. On Monday morning next we shall issue for circulation in the United States another edition of the Sacramento Transcript, in the same form as heretofore. It will be the most interesting number that has appeared, containing a great variety of matter that will be of the most exciting character to the world abroad. The past month has been full of events. We have had to chronicle iv that time the first intelligence of the long train of emigrants on their way to this country over land. Gold has been discovered on the east side of the Sierra Nevada, and a new current of enterprise is setting that way. A commercial crisis has been predicted, but the time for its fulfilment has gone past, and we are still pursuing the high road to wealth and greatness. The free circulation of our newspapers in foreign countries will correct the false impressions that have obtained among many. We shall make it our first object to give a true and substantial account of the state of the country, ...

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The President Of the Common' Council [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

The President Of the Common' Council We promised, on a former occasion, to pursue the investigation of the official conduct of this individual. The subsequent appearance of " Jefferson" in our columns has relieved us of the unpleasant task of exposing abuses of public trust. " Jefferson " intends to comment freely upon the errors of our municipal government, and we shall give him a fair field. To carry out our original plan would not only forestall him, but would weary the public with " a twice-told tale." Thus far, " Jefferson" has pursued a high toned, dignified course. The arguments and facts he has given the public are having a most salutary effect. He will follow up the same subject to-morrow in a powerfully written article, which will be equally unexceptionable with those that have already appeared. The attempt to muzzle the press has been a complete failure. It is impossible to make a " summary disposition" of the questions now fdrced upon the public by the misdeeds of "men i...

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Chapters on Gold Digging. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

Chapters on Gold Digging. No. 1. BY A DIGGER. The great mass of persons who are now daily arriviug in this country, have come here with a view to dig gold— nor will such ever be satisfied until they have made a fair trial with the spade, pick and crowbar. Few men who visit California and settle down quietly in business, while the impression rests upon their minds that there is a bare possibility of a speedy fortune in prosecuting the employment of digging but will reason thus: Others have done well ; and why may not I ? and without for one moment considering the nature of the work or their capacity to endure it or the hardships to be undergone, they push for the mines.and are only satisfied when they they find that they need a muscle, a strength, and a vigor of constitution which they do not possess, in order to make them successful gold diggers. The writer has made it a practice to advise all his friends whom he meets in this country, and all who ask his advise, to go to the diggin...

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Meeting for the Belief of Emigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

Meeting for the Belief of Emigrants. We call the attention of our readers \to a communication on this subject which appears to-day in our columns. A meeting is to be held this evening with a view to devise some means of sending relief to those who are now on the broad plains. We earnestly urge the attendauce of every citizen who delights in doing a humane act. Read the communication — go to the meeting this evening at 8 o'clock, at the foot of J street ; and go with a determination to show how readily Americans are to help their fellows. Sacramento City, 22nd July 1850. Mr. Editor — From a tolerable intimate acquaintance with the unavoidable privations and difficulties attendant on a trip across the Piains, connected with the now conceded fact, that the overland emigration of this season will exceed in numbers by far that of any preceding one, together with the almost unauimous concurrence of that portion of the emigrants that have already arrived, that the grass or food for animals...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

Married, At the Star Hotel, in this city, on the 19tli inst , by Justice Sackett, Thos. O. Sklby, Esq , lale of Texas, to .Mrs. Lavina B. Gadie, formerly of Missouri. Although unacquainted ■with the joyous couple who formed the copartnership above alluded to, we feel a pleasure in returning thanks for the wedding cake so kindly sent us. Our worst wish is, that their lives, c'en down to the grave, may be one incessant honeymoon. Cards ! Cards ! — Our new Hoe's cardpress is in full operation, and we arc prepared to execute orders with neatness and despatch. Also posters, circulars, blank deeds, and checks, together with every variety of job work. fO^Persons wishing to subscribe fur the Transcript, can have their papers left wherever desired, by leaving their names at this office. REWARD — The subscrif rr bers' store was entered Sunday night and the iron safe, containing watches and jewelry to a large amount, taken from the store and rifled of its contents. The above reward will be giv...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

AUCTION SALES. RichM ht. Herry, Auctioneer. CONTINUATION of the great sale of desirable Lots at Spring Garden. On Thursday, July 25th, at 9 a. m., at Fulton's Land Office, under the Sutter Hotei, Front street. The above lots are situated in that part of Washington, known as Spring Garden, on high ground, having a commandiug view of Sacramento City, and within one mile in distance. 300 levee and back lots will be offered. Tnis sale offers great inducements to all classes, and is particularly worthy the attention of business men and capitalists Terms — One-fourth cash, one -fourth in 30 days, balance in three months. Purchasers will pay for deeds. jy23 3t R. N. BERRY, Auct'r. POSITIVE & UNRESERVED Sale of Valuable Real Estate on J f-treet at Auction on Thursday the 25th, at 9 o'clock A.M. — We will sell on the premises 4 lots, 20 by 80 each, on J street, including the corner of Bth and J, south side. Also at the same time and place, 4 lots 20 by 80, on Bth street, between ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

AUCTION SALES. ©. B. Stevens, Auctioneer. G B Stevens will sell at auction, at hia store, corner J and Front street, Tuesday July 23d, 4 lots on Front street, between Q and R streets, being 21$ by 90 feet. Also— 4 lots on the alley between Ist and 2d street, and Q and R streets, being each 21 iby GO— sale positive. Terms, half cash, balance in 60 days. jjlß-tds G. B. Stsvkns, Auctioneer. By £>. B. Milne, Auctioneer. VALUABLE CITY LOTS AT AUCTION. Will be sold on Wednesday, 24th July, 1650, by Clark & Milne, at their auction rooms on Front street, between L and M streets, the following valuable real estate : One lot on Front street, corner of Q ; 25 feet on Front, 70 feet on Q. Three lots adjoining, 20 feet on Front by 70 feet deep each. Four lots on Q, between Ist and 2d streets. One cottage house 28 feet square, built of best yellow pine, with ■ portico, columns, Sec after the manner of Southern houses; containingthree rooms up stairs and three below, with th...

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