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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J B Starr & Co, This Day, at nine o'clock a. m., 8000 cigars Sperm candles Raisins Foo's and shoes Pickled oysters Brandy in cases Cheese Paper hangings Claret wine Butter, best quality Flour, good Tomatoes Sugar Brandy Madeira wine Dried apples Sheet iron Gold scales Gin Corn Potatoes j23-lt By J B Starr & Co, STOCK OF GOODS AT AUCTION, On Wednesday, July 24th, 1850. J B Starr Sf Co. will on the premises above the slough, a most desirable and valuable stock of goods, belonging to the firm of Messrs. Cunningham Sf Co. This firm have just received their stock of fresh goods, and they never would be put uji at auction, was it not owing to matters of importance in other affairs, which causes the same to be sold. The stock consists, in part, of the following goods : 50 bbls brandy 50 bbls rum 8 bbls peppermint cordial 12 doz ale [in quarts] 24 doz ale [in pints] 8 doz cider [in quarts] 6 doz madeira wine 50 bbls prime pork 25 bbls mess beef 300 ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

MERCANTILE. HENRY E. ROBINSON & CO.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sacramento. ELIHU WOODRUFF & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, San Francisco. m 29 3m ELIHU WOODRUFF. HENRY E. ROBINSON. G. B. Stevens & Co., Wholesale Auction & Commission Merchants Corner J and Front sts., SACRAMENTO CITY. Sales every day at 9 o'clock. ap30-3m Messrs. Hort Brothers. GENERAL MERCHANTS, Front street, between I and J streets. m9-3m J. U. CLARK. D. B. MILHE. Clark & Milne, AUCTION f COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Front street, between L and M sts. m!43m Sacramento City. C. U. Gallagher, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Commis sion Merchant, Brick Building, on Front street, between M and N, Sacramento City, TTZ'EEPS constantly on hand Groceries, Provisions and Miners' supplies, which he offers for sale at reasonable prices, and to whicli the attention of miners and the public is respectfully invited. Also, a large assortment of genteel ready made Clothing. Goods receiv...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

MECHANIC ARTS. George D. Naegle, BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, SACRAMENTO CITY, ' O*ls prepared to contract for all kinds of work in masonry. Having a good stock of bricks on hand, he is ready to erect fire proof buildings, build ovens, put up chimneys, set grates, or do anything' in his line with which he may be favored. Residence, corner 11th and P. in~293m JUSTUS A. WRIGHT, Importer of fine Gold and Silver Watches, MANUFACTURES Diamond Broaches, Necklaces, Rings, and Jewelry of every description. Watches repaired in a neat manner and warranted. Store on J st, between Front and Second streets. ml 6 3tn* 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 W...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

DRUGGISTS, CHEMISTS^. DRS. WYDOWN & WATTS, TJRUGGISTS & FHARMA'CEU; tists, at the St. < Louis and Mississippi Drug store, north-west corner of J and 3d streets, Sacramento city ; also, at Marysville, keep constantly on hand a well selected and extensive assortment of drugs, medicines, chemicals, paints, oils, dye stuffs, patent medicines and perfumery ; Townsend's Sands, Corbett's, Brown's, Bulls, Bristols, Bailey's and Comstock's sarsaparilla; Osgood's cholagogue ; Ayers' cherry expectorant, and all the patent medicftics of the day ; sole agents for the sale of Dr. Billing's dysentery syrup, an article well known to southerners. Wydown and Watts have purchased the patent right to sell Dr. Andrews patent block spring truss," in the counties of Sacramento and Yuba. Physicians' prescriptions accurately prepared. Leeching done for physicians and others when ordered. Orders from the mines faithfully attended to. Just received and for sale low— 200 lbs ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. RA^SAES^IiTR^AT^OTATE. fpHE subscriber offers for sale 170 . . Valuable Building Lots in Sacramento city. Persons desirous; of investing capital in Real Estate will probably find it to their advantage to avail .themselves of an early opportunity of calling. Some of the lots are provided with comfortable houses, either for residences or places of business. The terms are one-fourth down, and the remainder in 60, 90 and 120 days. Office in the Brick Building on the corner of J and 2d streets, above Warbass & Co's Banking House. jyll-lm E. J. C. KEWEN. •p|R. WM. GROVE DEAL'S •*-* REAL ESTATE OFFICE is on the east side of Fourth, between J and X sts. Any business connected with real estate entrusted to him will be attended to. He has now the following desirable real estate for sale : 1 house and lot, 20x160, for sale or lease, on X, between 7th and Bth streets. 1 house, two story, and lot 30x80, for sale, on Third, between X and L streets. 1 house,, thre...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

EXPRESS LINES. CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned have formed a co-partnership for the transaction of an Express, and general forwarding and commission business, between san Francisco, sacramento city, and the mines, under the name and style ol Hawley & co. T. R. HAWLEY, J. M. FREEMAN, sacramento city, July 4, 1850. [jyB HAWLEY & CO.'S EXPRESS FROM Sacramento City and the mines to the Atlantic states and Europe — only firm in sacramento city connecting with the well known express of Adams & co., at san Francisco, for the transmission of gold dust, coin, &c, to and from the above places. Gold dust and coin forwarded to London via Panama, and insured against all risks until delivered at the Bank of England. H. & co , collect notes, bills, .<J-c, forward letters, purchase goods, and attend promptly to all the usual business of an Express. H. & co., refer to the following certificate for their authority for ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 July 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. James Pierpont, DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST, Over Woodruff's Jewelry store, Clay street San Francisco. jy11-tf SIMMONS, LILLY & CO. may be found at their new warehouse, sacramento street wharf. San Francisco, June 17, 1850. jel9-tf EXCHANGE AND BANKING HOUSE. — The undersigned, in connecion with Messrs. PAGE & BACON, of St. Louis, Missouri, have oppened an Exchange and Banking House in this city, and will be prepared at all times to purchase Gold Dust and Bullion, at the best market rates, and to furnish sight and time Exchange on all the prominent points in the States. PAGE, BACON $ CO., Clay st., between Kearney and Montgomery street - jy6 lm ' Cronise Brothers & Co., AUCTION $ COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GENERAL DEALERS, ;.-"_...;.,■ Corner of Jackson and Montgomery streets, San Francisco, Keep constantly on hand a large stock of goods suitable for Traders. ap3o 3m * -. C. C. RICHMOND & CO., "WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Dru...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 24, 1850. NUMBER 71.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

The Cuba Expedition. — A number of men who had refused to proceed with the expedition, and were returning to the United States in two American vessels, have been taken prisoners by a Spanish vessel of war, and taken into Havana. Our Government has demanded their release, and a squadron of men-of-war has been sent to enforce the demand, if necessary, as well as to preserve the neutrality of the flag. Many of the men engaged in the expedition have returned here ; some have gone to Charleston, and some to N. York and other ports. The President has determined to enforce the law of ISIB against the originators and leaders in the expedition. An investigation has been held in N. York, but no evidence to implicate any of the parties was» adduced, and they were discharged. Lopez was arrested in Savannah at the instance of our government, and he, too, was discharged for lack of evidence. Since then, he has a. rived at New Orleans, and has again been arrested. An investigation is now in progre...

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Report on Land 'lilies in California, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

Report on Land 'lilies in California, BY WM. CAUEY JONES. (Continued.) Art. 17. In the distribution of lands for settlement among the different provinces, the government shall take care that the colonists shall be located in those which it may consider the most important to settle. As a general rule, the colonists who arrive first, shall have the p.efererence in the selection of laud. Art. 18. Natives of the country shall have a preference in the distribution of land, and particularly the military of the army of the three guarantees, in conformity with the decree of the 27th of March, IS2I ; and also those who served in the first epoch of the insurrection. Art. 19. To ench empressario who introduces and establishes families in any of the provinces designated for colonization, there shall be granted at the rate of three haciendas and two labors, for each two hundred families so introduced by him, but he will lose the right of property over said lands, should he not have populated ami...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

EXCHANGE BROKERS. GOLD WIST IXSIRED. SHIPMENTS of Gold Dust, Coin or Bullion, through to NEW YORK, and the Eastern States, including the risk of crossing the Isthmus. — insured under policies in the Atlantic Mutual, Sun Mutual, -and Generul Mutual Insurance Companies of New York, At the lowest rates, by DEWEY Sf SMITH, Exchange Brokers, J street, between 4th and jy 1 7-tf [sth streets. BARTON LEE W. A. BAKER. DU. JAS. PEAKSu.N. Barton Lee, Baker & Co., BANKERS, Drawers of Exchange Sf Assay ers of Gold. (Dr. Pearson, Assayer,) Office 2d street, between I and J. Sacramento City, June 22d, 185J \ r : . Henley, McKni^bt & Co., Banking, Exchange, Deposit and Discount Office, Front, st., next door to Sutter Hotel. THOS. J. II RNLEY, Indiana. o. Mcknight, ohic. my3o tf S.C. HASTINGS, lowa. EXCHANGE ON— BOSTON, ST. LOUIS', NEW YORK, CHARLKSTOX. S.C. PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND, BALTIMORE, NORFOLK. WASHINGTON, N.ORLEANS. &C..&C.. for sale in sums to...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

WINTER'S HOTEL, ] Main street, Columa, El Do ado co ; Winters Sj Crummey, Proprietors. npHIS long established and commodious Hotel has been thoroughly repair ed and refitted this season, and will now furnish 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. . Strangeis and Invalids will find the village of Columa, in the heart of the gold region, one of the most pleasant anil 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 IVoise ! ABOUT Buteville, Colusa, and ■^*- Bute City all at the head of steamboat navigation on the acrameuto, and en route for Rcdding'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 $ TAYLORS RA...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

IT7=- MEETING FOR THE RELIEF OF EMIGRANTS — Al a meeting of the citizens of Sacramento City, held pur.-uant to notice at the out of J street, on Tuesday evening, July 23d, Col. J. Bigler was called to the chair, aud F. Forman appointed Secretary. The objects cf tiie meeting- were explained by the chairman; whereupon Col. Zabriskie, after referring io ihe objects of the meeting and also to the small number present on account of the insufficient notice given, moved that when the meeting shall adjourn, it will meet again on to-morroiv evening, at S o'clock, at the corner of J and Second streeis. Col. Russell moved that all present be requested to give general notice of the adjourned meeting, and that all emigrants of the present yea now in the city be requested to attend. On motion, it was ordered that the proceedings of this meeting, signed by the chairman and secretary be published in the papers of this city. The meeting then adjourned. JOHN BIGLER, Chairman. F. Fokmax, Secretary. Sp...

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Late from Oregon Bar, on the North Fork. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

Late from Oregon Bar, on the North Fork. Profitable Digging — Fire on the Bar — $6000 tJJ property destroyed, Sgc. Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. Oregon Bar, July 21, 1850. Messrs. Editors — Since my last letter to you, our industrious community have passed through sufferings by land, by water, and by fire. The land sufferers are those who, not contented to await the falling of the river at this point, undertook the unsatisfactory jaunt of prospecting the upper portions of this stream and its neighboring ravines. Their return, in garments which an "old do' man" would not have accepted as a gift, fully evidenced the rugged nature of the task they had imposed upon themselves, and their ragged appearance generally, the jagged and acute angles of the rocks they had encountered. They all concur in this, however, that the prospects of those on the ground above are fair, for the reason that their prospects under the ground arc so very encouraging. All of us engaged in mining ...

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City Physician. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

City Physician. Legislation of the City Council— lts Errors — The Necessity of Reform — No. 2. We have devoted sufficient consideration to the first clause of our text We have placed argument and fact before the people of the most conclusive character, as regards the position of the Councilman and City Physician ; we therefore proceed to the discussion of the 6econd branch of the subject. The abstract questions laying at the foundation of our free institutions, are too rarely recurred to in the consideration of political topics or questions involved in governmental science. In practical detail we are fast losing sight of the great principles which should control and regulate governmental action, whether it he general, state or municipal. The only true rule of construction and guide to human action is reversed, and the fault to some extent is attributable to the great body of the people th mselves, in the careless indifference manifested towards Hie action of public men. The hollow p...

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Meeting of the City Fathers. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

Meeting of the City Fathers. We dropped in last evening while this body were in session. The President sat in the chair ; the table was surrounded with members of the honorable body, and matters presented quite a business-like aspect. The Placker man sat quietly taking notes of proceedings, and the clerk was engaged in reading some communication in reference to hospitals and the sick, which we did not get the gist of, by reason of our tardy arrival. The absorbing business of the evening was the report of the Levee Committee, from which it appears that at the eleventh hour the chairman discovers "insurmountable ! difficulties in the way of this important work." Col. Warbass and other heavy owners of property are ready to grant the right of way for constructing the Levee, but refuse to the city the right of control. Others ask a high price for their property ; one even demanding for a single lot $GO,OOO. The chairman in making remarks upon the report, triumphantly called for those who...

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Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. San Diego, Cal., July 18, 1850. Friend Ewer — On arriving at my pleasant home, I found your welcome sheet upon my table, ready to greet me. Although I had perused most of the numbers which came passenger with me, still I found a re-perusal instructi.e and ngreeable. The excitement and bustle of your flourishing city is missed here, but like a true philosopher, I make up for it with our delightful and health inspiring-cli-mate. I regret my inability to furnish you as much news as you might have expected, but the fact that no emigrants have arrived here since my n turn, and that our inland mail is temporarily discontinued, will account for the present stagnation in the news market. The only items of interest are from the Gila, and they are conflicting. One arrival informs us that the Yumas Indians are preparing for war ; while from another and later source, and I may add, equally credible, we learn that the Indians have M vamosed the ranch,...

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Grand Soiree in Frisco. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 24 July 1850

Grand Soiree in Frisco. Letter from a Lady — St. Francis Hotel. — We do not often receive a letter from a " ladye faire," that is — hem — a letter for publication. The following reached us yesterday ; it is written in a neat little copperplate style, just as a lady should write. It doesn't threaten "to eat us up." though our teeth chattered when we opened it ; but it gives a graphic account of the grand soiree which lately took place at that first-class hotel, the St. Francis. From all we can learn, the indefatigable proprietors are determined not to be outdone. We give the letter verbatim ; San Francisco, July 22, 1850. Mr. Editor : We have had a party •at the St. Francis in this and stjch a party. It brought us at once -many miles nearer to our homes, and landed us again upon the old Atlantic <;oast. It was given by the proprietors of the St. Francis to the ladies, and to them was entrusted the direction of the whole affair. Who will doubt that ease and elegance marked ...

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