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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

: c BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. ( J. B. STARR. \ . ijf;'i '■ -, ; j JOSEPH R. BEARD. ! j JB. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commis : " • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between Iv and L streets. ml9 ]>■_ CLARK & iMILNE, Auction and Commission \J Merchants. Front st, between X and L. ml!) "PRETT.YMAN & BARROLL, Wholesale AucJl tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, 1 be- j tween J and X streets.: . mli) 2m RHODES, STURGES & CO.,' Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between J and K. . ' ' ml 9 HENSLEY & MERRILL, Bankers' and Ex- j change Brokers, 47 Second street, between .1 and K. 'j r ,y : 'j mil) | Bankers. BEACH, WELLS & CO., Bankers, J street, near Second. ■ m! 9 lm BF.HASTINGS & CO., Bankers and Cominis- : • I sion Merchants, .no 51 .1 street. m! 9 lw. ; HINIvS & MACE, Exchange Brokers, J street, next door above Crescent City Hotel m 23 lm* ARTHUR W. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

; BUSINESS CARDS. Hotels, and Restaurants. LADY ADAMS. HOTEL,, by iPolitz & BarJLi tels, Iv street, near Front and Steamboat Landing.*?, Sacramento City. ■ The house is well supplied j with ; Lodging Rooms and Single Rooms. ?, Meals, (including wines) 75 cents. ' iu22 WISCONSIN HOTEL, X street, near . 7th 'street: J. 11. Crawford, D. Feathers, 1 Proprietors. ..;'; r ;.-''. ■''-■' ni2o I'"*-)' CRESCENT CITY' HOTEL, J street, between 3d and 4th. r - m 22 3m . ABBEY, HOTEL, by RYDER & BYERS, J street, between (ith and 7th.'" _ < nili) lin ROBERTS & GEPHART, U.mon Hotel. st, . between 7th and Bth sts. . nil!) lm PACIFIC HOUSE, No. 21 J street, a few doors below 2d— by Oeeseka & M.vthewson. iul9 BOSTON RESTAURANT— A. T. Sloi-er— street, between .1 and K. , . ml!) lm / LOBE ii ! 'l ..L — S. Park Wells— No. 10 X j st., near the Steamboat Landing: m2u" lm* : SOUTHERN HOUSE, J street, between Third and Fourth ß. G.Latueop, Proprietor...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

_ BUSINESS CARDS. SAN FRANCISCO CARDS. Biiisliain,Ueyiiolds ßartlett&C6 5 Skipping mid Commission Blcreriants, \i '- Sansomc street; near Broadway. I ftp? ; SAN FRANCISCO. Revere Honso, '-• s*«>^i ■ (John J. Rennie, , Proprietor,) -„ %;>fe On Montgomery st .bet- Commercial and Clay, _ap9_ - : B AN FRANCISCO: :: ::i: i .IO.SES' HOTiiL., j ; (david JONES ri;(iriuj:T!>n,) .. ; Corner oj California, und Sansome streets, «])?> . SAN FRANCISCO. L>OD«E &, CO., . Express Mercbanta niul Uarkcrs, • , GOLD DUST SHIPPED At THE LOWEST HATES. "* : . . Office Montgomery street. apOlm* .. S AN, FRANC /SCO. r-'. Crowell, ; llaskcll Ai. Co., , : - T! J Shipping; ami Cominlsßlaii Business, Clay street, opposite Leidcsdorff, 1 . : •..:.- SAN FRANCISCO. Refer i— Clark & Milne, Sac. City. ap9 ■ llciary.l3. Xalitte:& Co., Aucliuimi, <■» Giixnu C\.mm'ii Merchants, ■ Sansomc st I. between Clay a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. CAKV I'EEBELS. PRESTON 11. LEE. JOS. P. HAMELIN MTSSOfHI STORE. PEER ELS, LEE;& CO..' Dealers in Groceries . Provisions, Liquors, Wines, Cicnrs. Tobacco, and Miners' Tools. j Store on south side' of J st>-f">t, i in the brick building, above 4j ; h : _ m! 9 i ?;Jt|; o . II ATO ii, % . WATCHMAKER AND JE HEELER, J street, between Float and Second, south side, next '- door to the "Empire," Sacramento city. • fly All work warranted. . n p22 OIL, l>iJi»GT. Wit C. CAXFIELD has this day received, 3000 l • gallons Pure Sperm, Sperm ami Polar Oil, and will sell at Sun Francisco prices. The oil, in every case, warranted to be. of the best quality. Consumers in Sacramento supplied at their "doors, I by the Express Oil-Wagon, in quantities to suit. Also, a complete assortment of Lumps, Chimneys, Wicks, Globes, Burning Fluids, &c, &c. Also, 15,000 gallons oil, to bo delivered at San Francisco or Sacramento. Offi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. j^rrtyn FREEMAN & COS EXPRESS, y>&^ -X% CONNECTING WITH ADAMS -<~~jIj:-:.J:J4 & CO? to New Orleans, New York, -"" '—^""^ Boston, and all . the • principal cities and towns in the Atlantic States. ~ Gold Dust forwarded and insured against all risks. Freeman & Co. alone are [ authorised to draw Bills of Exchange in Sacramento city on Adams j i; Co., who have offices in every State in the Union They transmit Treasure, Letters, Packages, &c., daily, between Sail Francisco; Sacramento and Marysville, by the steamers Senator, New World and Gov. 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 ou the 14th and last day of cvory month. Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. Offices : Sacramento — Second, between J and K. San Francisco — At Adams & Cos. Mar...

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Ir.iiijit jut Kitti-i-"1'1"0' [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

Ir.iiijit jut Kitti-i-" 1 ' 1 " 0 ' JWe have ho t heart] of a movement towards the improvement of the country, that contemplates so strongly a future reliance upon the growth of California, as the projected road from Washington to Vallejo. By this road it is designed to connect with our city the extensive valley on the west side of the Sacramento' river, the valley of Suisun. of Sonoma, and of Napa. and in such a way. as to make a large portion of the northern part of these agricultural regions tributaries to the progress and improvement of Sacramento City. . The construction of the road contemplates few natural barriers, and these are too easily overcome to constitute an objection to the enterprise, or to dampen in the least, tho determination of those who have engaged in the sch< A few miles from Washington there is a title swamp some four miles in width, which is entirely impassable for the greater part of the year. On account of this swamp, it is necessary to travel a...

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Correspondence of the Daily Union. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

Correspondence of the Daily Union. i) r ßough and Ready, May 13th, 1851. •:Mr. Editor: I observe that whilst every ravine and canon almost in California, has its trumpeter, and every little town its full band to sound its praises, whenever a lump of gold weighing a few ounces is picked up, or a man gets well paid for a days work, good old Rough and' Ready seldom has its; name in print. The trumpeters of Nevada, make such a bolstering blowing, that they attract nearly all eyes from the very important intermediate ; points of Rough and '• Ready. Newton. Grass Valley, &c. If therefore it be agreeable to you sir, or a matter that you may conceive to be of any interest to the public, I.propose to communicate . through the columns of your excellent paper, such matters of importance as may from time to time present themselves in these diggings. The dry diggings around this place have been supplied with water by two ditches, dug by separate companies. The first, brought in Squir...

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For the Daily Vnion. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

For the Daily Vnion. Products of California. —Tnis State is destined to surpass the world in the products of her soil, with a little industry; its fruitfulness is daily coming to light. Accompanying this, you will receive a ripe cantelope melon, and a summer squash; also a number of stacks of oats not yet headed. Some you j will notice are four feet high, and one and a half inches in circumferance, and when matured, will be at least five feet high on an average. They were produced on the farm of Messrs. Smith. Baker & Co.. on the American Rivet abont two miles from the city. These gentlemen have about four acres of land under cultivation, and have been supplying the city with the choicest vegetables. They have had cucumbers in market since the Ist of March* Wheat and barley are also uncommonly productive. I have seen branches of barley on the American river, with 73 to 100 stalks full headed | from one grain of seed, and oO grains to the head. Wheat and barley will produ...

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For the Daily Union. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

For the Daily Union. Mr- Editor : By an editorial in your paper of yesterday, we were happy to learn that we were in error in reference to the motive and agency of .Mr. .Stark, in opening the Tehama theatre on Sabbath evenings. Like other admirers of Mr. Stark, and some of his associates, we were in the habit of visiting the Telmma occasionally, until we observed a bill for Sabbath evening, when we resolved never to enter the walla of the Tehama again. But since reading your explanation of the matter, we are happy in a "-am acknowledging ourself the friend and admirer of the 1 great dramatist, whom we rejoice to learn is the more worthy the high mede of praise he has won from our community. We have long claimed a high-tone of moral feeling in thepress: and in the dramatic corps of California: and it i 3 due to these [ two great sources of influence upon the public mind, to acknowledge that they have ever, not only in our city, but throughout California, been ready to take the lead i...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Through freeman & Co.'* Expres*. The Senator arrived this morning at abou': 2 o'clock, bringing us the Bay papers, from which Aye, extract the following: ;.--.i^»' The Custom House Sale. —The safe whicl was in the Custom House at the time of the fire, was opened yesterday morning, and the contents were found perfectly safe. Thf i papers and treasure had escaped without tht least injury, the sealing wax upon the bag* not having been.melted. The aggregate of I mbnepin the safe amounted to §1,300,000- --. .The Columbia has arrived from Oregon, bringing no news of importance. '•"'flSF** We are indebted to Freeman & Co. j for late Oregon paper*. Shipments of Treasure. —The amount oi \ treasure shipped by the steamers; to-day, is as follows, as nearly as could be determined 1 last evening r—By the Northerner, £800.000. By the New , Orleans, ; $500,000.—Total, $1,300,000. " Of this amount Adams & Co. ship 5230.000, J.W. Gregory $5...

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Practical Co-opcratlou. . f.V"/ [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

Practical Co-opcratlou. . f.V"/ The following ideas, from the New York Tribune, should be attentively looked to by j every mechanic and laborer in the country : ' '•Wealth and Wisdom have long since understood and profited by the advantage of a Combination of Means and Efforts; l'overtj and Mediocrity have hitherto generally failied to perceive and secure them- In conse- | quence, the Rich grow richer while the Poor remain in poverty. Of course, there are coni current influences operating to produce thi* I result—sagacity, thrift, calculation, management un the part of the forehanded, with recklessness, waste, negligence, on the side lof the Poor; but inability or unwillingness j to combine their efforts for their common good is one great impedient to the elevation ■of the Poor to independence and comfort. If ! a thousand poor men happen to have $100 each that they do not wish to spend till next ; year they will lend it to the Kich (through Savings Banks, &c.) for five o...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

FUJIL>IC NOTICE. • rriHE attention of the public is particularly called X to tho two following sections of an not to create a State Hospital in the city of Sacramento." My office is in the *' Eoric How,." on M street. . H. A. SCHOOLCRAFT, Treasurer State Hospital. Sec. IS. Any person in good health, on the pay- ! ment of ten dollars to the treasurer of the Ilospstal, I shall be admitted to all the benefits of the Hospital, i for the terra of one year from date of . tho receipt. — : In such case, it shall be the duty of the treasurer | upon presentation of a certificate from the Resident ' Physician, that the party making . application, is iv ! good health, and on the payment of ten dollars, to | enter in a book which shail.be kept for the purpose,, - the name, age, complexion, and full description of ' the person, to whom he shall give a corresponding j receipt, which shall entitle the party to adinis.«iou when sick ; but said receipt shall, in no case, be transferred. ,'...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

GENERAL { NOTICES. jO- TcmpcVance Meeting— There will be a public meeting under the direction of the Division of Sons of Temperance, This Evening, at 7£ o'clock, at the Methodist on 7th'stccet, between X and L. Able addresses may be expected. : All members of the Order,' and the public generally, are earnestly invited to attend. " 'it rrj-Xotice.— For the present, the City Treasurer's Office will be kept at the Banking House of Hcnsley & Merrill, 2d street. • my 13 tf $y Sutter Hotel.— This well known House having been refitted throughout, in a superior manner, will ; be re-opened to the. public on Tuesday, May Cth, by JAS. D. PAGE, formerly of the Branch Hotel, San Francisco, and R. P. MEAD, late of the Express Hotel, in this city Thi« bouse has been fitted up for a first class Hotel,' and ; the proprietors intend that it shall bo second to none in tbe country. The house has several suits of rooms suitable for families, which are furnished in a superior style. niylO V 3...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

" AMUSEMENTS. ~ TJEII AM A THEATRE. Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J.H. Kirisy. .Managers. ■ This (Friday) Evening, May 16th, 1851, Will be presented "Knowles' tragedy of VIRGINIUS. -: Mr. Stark...: ..agV.. ... The i Roman Father • Miss Carpanter .r...as Virginia (With a tine cast.) ■ .. .. ' ,To conclude with the farce of the • SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM. Diggory '.■.:. . ; . ; . . . ... . . . .* . . i . ; . . . . . . .Mr Downey - Laviuia 1..: ........ ...... .Mrs Man-field * : Pkices— Private boxes and dress circle —$3 00 Boxes .... .". . . . .... ....1 ......... 2 00 Pit ..;.....■....;...... 1 00 " jeG3"Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7 o'clock. PAGE, BACON & CO., BANKERS, HAVE the pleasure of informing their friend and j Depositors that they saved ■ their Books and j Treasure from the recent fire, and have taken an office in Capt. Naglee's brick building/up stairs, next door to their former office. . We have commenced rebuilding and expect to be back in o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

"" : AUCTroN_SALES^ "" J " BY J. B. STARR & CO. " AUCTIONEERS. BRICK STORE, FRONT STREET. j J. B. Starr & Co. will 'sell THIS DAY. at 10 o'clock a M, at sales room, the following articles, just received and of . the [ best quality. J&ST Terms cash on delivery. ■ , te '*- -t,. ~- -20,000 light Manila sugar,' (superior quality, 1 10 ; ■ '' lb mats : ■' ' - : - '• : i ;f 90 half bbls superior corn meal : t ■ ;,. „ 25 : do do ;No I. pilot bread > Freshi ■; : . 10 bbl.-i ■ do \ -; do '-, •,> . . 10 kegs Burgundy port wine 5000 Havana cigars, (100 in a box) 50 qr bbls family pork j . , 20 doz long naadled shovels . ! 3000 lbs Goshcn butter, in small kegs 82 boxes mould candles . 50 hnlf bbls cranberries . 1000 : Sandwich Island oranges .30 tins, crackers . 50 ease's Monongahcla whisky 4000 lbs leaf lard, in tins, uoue better 6 tins excellent' cheese ' 1 doz hay forks 1 do do rake.-i 1 do scythes and sneaths 10 cases claret (2 doz e...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY BERRY, BLISS & co. RICHARD N. BERRY, AUCTIOXEER. On ; Friday, May lGtli, at 10 o'clock, ■■\ ATwNEW/BniCK STORE, LEVEE,'. - 2300 lbs superior NY Goshcn butler ;. : ;.: 6000 lbs sugar cured hams 10 doz corn brooms ' " • 12.000 lbs sweet potatoes 10,000 lbs Manila sugar 20 i cases miners' long legged wax boots 15 do kip brogans 12 do heavy cowhide boots ; 300 ]}i-s long leg'd grained leather & stout boots 50 ! boxes sperm candles. 83 lbs each 200; small sacks superior green coffee ISOOO lbs crushed sugar, in small bags 40 boxes 6 lbs each tine VII tea 70 do 13 do extra fine imperial (JOOO do (i ;do do do do 6000 lbs dried apples," superior to any offered hi this market 20,000 lbs new crop Chili barley 30 boxes brandy cherries 1500 lbs 01110113 15 kegs cherry brandy 800 sets gold scales ::■ " ■. 10. doz steel pointed shovels 140 boxes soap. ; — also — Three small invoices to close out stock, consisting of a general assortment: •*". ' : 5 eighth ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY CLARK : & 311.LJXJE. 'p. B. MILXE, AUCTIONEER. CLARK & MILNE will sell at their salesroom, j on Front street, on THIS DAY, (Friday,) 16th instant,; at 10 o'clock— r. . • ;. , '. 5000 lbs yellow canvassed hams . 10,000 lbs superior do do do ; ' 10JJOO lbs Chili beans in 150 'mats table rice 400 half sacks Chili flour ,">'.;; 250 sacks No 1 do barley j '120 kegs Goshen butter, extra '■; 50 bbTs plantation syrup' •• 10 do Monongahela whisky .10 do cognac brandy ' , 20 packages claret wine 2iX) sacks Sandwich Island lotatocs 100 do sweet potatoes 12 do onions. 50 cases tomato and walnut catsups. — ALSO — A splendid assortment of Regalia cigars. Several lots of merchandise to close out consign- , ments. '. «3*"Salo at 10 o'clock. j myl6 I . S. Mail Coach. • TWICE A WEEK FROM SACRAMENTO TO STOCKTON. l /<P^>^<3^.-lV Leaves the Missouri Hotel, Sacra- "'"/ • '-** mento. every Tuesday and Friday, at ! 2 o'cl...

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