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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

AJIVERTISEMENTS. I CARY PEEBEI^.t> PRESTON H. LEE. 1 ,' JOS.' P. HAMELIN MISSOURI STORE. T)E EBELS, LEE * & • CO.. Dealers in Groceries, Jt*-;: Provisions. Liquors, Wines. Cigars/' Tobacco,' j and Miners' Tools. yj Store on south side of J street, in the brick : building, above '4th.;'.' ■'-':*■' ".*.'•' . m!9 '\- 31. and 31 is. Passcnaud, t, , FRENCH ARTISTS of- the cities of New. York and St Louis, have the honor of informing the Fashionable Ladies of the city of i Sacramento, that they have at their store, on ; J street, between FronT and Second streets, a large assortment of the 1 Freshest .French. Perfumery,- and of the best j qualities, and where they will find Curls, Braids, ' &c, &c, &c, neatly made with taste ; and where is ; also every thing that can be found in a high French Perfumery store. M. and Mrs: Passex.uid arc certain, in advance; of satisfying the ladies who will honor, them with a visit. *[a2dlm] M. Mrs....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. FREEMAN &CO'S EXPRESS, CONNECTING WITH ADAMS & CO. to New, Orleans, York, Boston, and all the principal cities and towns in the Atlantic States. , Gold Dust forwarded and insured against all risk*. Freeman & ; Co. v; atone '- are '- authorised to draw Bills of Exchange ; in Sacramento 7 city on "Adams & Co.,' who have offices in every State in the Union They 'transmit '.Treasure', ; Letters, Packages : &c, daily,'.- between ' San 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 Sac- ! ramento city on the 14th '. and last day of every " mouth. ; ; ■ • . :..,-., . , . -" ■ : • u ■ ' ■ '' -7 . 1 " Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. : * .* :^ [ : . • Offices : > Sacramento — Second, between? and K. . ...

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Knlli-oufl to Mormon Island. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

Knlli-oufl to Mormon Island. Several prominent residents of the -upper country, as well as citizens of our own town, have convened with us at various times, relative to the importance, expediency and feasibility of immediately constructing a rail road from this city to terminate at Mormon [stand, and to be continued thereafter to Nevada City. £c. They urge many weighty reasons why socb a work should be commenced. The immense amount of travel which daily paw« up the tributaries of the American river, ifl «>f itself almost sufficient apport the road, and added to this the amount of freight which daily passes >ut of this city on a hundred wagons, would render the stock of the company as valuable as that tf -'"r VMSt thriving companies in tl c Eastern State*. Tho now mode -if mining adopted at Grass Valley, and other points, wh*rc the quartz viiis arc- extensively worked, is much retaided by the difficulty of procuring the requisite machinery, and the great delay a...

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Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

Common Council. Monday Evening, May 19th. The Council met in regular session. On motion Aid. Hutchinson was called to the chair. On motion of Aid. Martin, the regular order of business was dispensed with, for the purpose of electing a President pro tern. Whereupon Aid. Hutchinson was elected. Minutes of last meeting were read, and on motion of Aid. Peebels, was adopted. The petition of John Feeney for license to have stand for sale of wares, merchandise, &c. Referred to Committee on Applications for office. Several petitions asking the appointment of policeman were read, and referrejl to Committee of Applications for office. Also, several petitions for appointment of i lieutenant of said police. A communication from L. R. Anthony, asking the Council to allow him certain sums of money expended on the Bridge across Suttcr Lake. Referred to committee on Expenditures. A communication from the Harbor Master, asking instruction how to proceed in reference to the ship J. W. Cat...

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Correspondence of the Daily Union. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

Correspondence of the Daily Union. Volcano Bar, Middle Fork of the } American, May 4th, 1851. } Dear Sir: As I promised, I will give you all the news which I have been enabled to collect since I have been in this region, but more particularly because there have been some discoveries made within the last week which have caused a good deal of excitement among the miners at this place. But let me tell you where Volcano Bar is. It is about two miles above Big Bar, twelve miles from Georgetown by what is called the "Cut-Off." and twenty-four by Work's Ranch. There is a rery good wagon road to the top of the hill. About the hill the less that is said the better. I will say, however, that it is a good long one, and affords most capital exercise going up or coming down. The Bar is quite a settlement, and including the smaller ones contiguous, affords employment to some three hundred miners. Owing to the high water at present, comparatively little is doing. The miners at this place are the m...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Through Freeman & Co.'s Express. The New World arrived at her landing this morning at 12-1/2 o'clock, bringing the Bay papers, from which we take the following: Two more cases of incendiarism have occurred in San Francisco — the one on Friday and the other on Saturday night last. "The Lord have mercy upon any of these villains who happen to be caught in such acts," remarks the News. John A. McDowell, Esq., was chosen Mayor in Monterey. Mr. Thomas G. Wells, the banker, has made a genei-al assignmeut of all his effects to Messrs. E. R. Wells and J. P. Flint. It is caused by Mr. Wells' injuries from the fire preventing him from attending to business, and also the fact of the books being completely destroyed. The Alta says, the potato crop in California the present year, promises to be a very extensive one. In the county of Santa Cruz alone it is calculated that a half million dollars worth of potatoes will be raised, supposing them to bring four cent...

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OK SAX EM&AHCI3CO. Arilv«il. May 17— Ship Sea Serpent, Howland, 125 days from X York, via Valparaiso 45 ilys; (> pass . [ ■ - Dutch bark Valparaiso, J Van der Meyden, 175 days fm Rotterdam • May 18— Barque Maria, Mattison, 144 ds fm X York Hark Isabella Hcyne, Lieu mr, 123 days fm X York Hark Bella, May, 51 dys fin Valparaiso; 85 passenger.-* Hamburg brig Maria, Mcincke, •>•'* days fin Valparaiso I'.r brig Mary Holland, Trannack, 70 il«* s fin San Antonio ■ ■.'. Beta Favorite, Brown, 48 hours fm Santa Cruz Clrnrrtl, May 17 — Ship Geo Washington, Candage, Santa Barbara • Bark Ralph Cross, Harris, Rio Janeiro, via Valparaiso liris Newcastle, Simmer, Humtx'ldt Bay Sell Sophia, Anderson, San Diego '"• .>!« 11101 num. The Pea Serpent, which arrived in the harbor ., Saturday illumine is a clipper ship of 1402 tons register, and lias 'ii hoard about 2000 tuns cargo. From New York to Cape Horn, she was 51 days,- thence t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

&?(?" We refer our readers to the advertisements of P. J. Brown & Co., Front street, between J and K. They have on hand, and are daily receiving large supplies of articles usually kept in their line of business. Morgan. Robert, and Charley, are clover, accommodatiug fellows, and no doubt will give general satisfaction to all who may favor them with a call. Long's Bar. May 17, 1851. Pursuant to notice the Whigs of Butte county met in convention at Long's Bar. Koather river. .!. M. Burt, Esq.. waschoser as Chairman, and D. 1). Kraliek, Secretary. The objects of the meeting were stated by the chair. When, on motion, a committee of five was appointed to select delegates to attend the whig State Convention to be holden at San Francisco on the 26 th inst. Whereupon the following n;imed gentlemen were reported as delegates to said convention, viz. : A. 11. Stout, A. Maurice, Jr.. J. M. Burt. Dcvillo Bequette. 0. S. Burnham, E. K. Dodge, Ed. <i. riant, L. ...

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Jockey,v C'lnb Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

Jockey, v C'lnb Meeting. At a meeting of the Brighton JockeyClub, held at the Orleans Hotel, May 19th, 1851. on motion, it was Resolvod, That that the second race, on the second day, be changed from "single dash of a mile," to a half mile. That Col. Geo. McDougel, Maj. Purdy, Capt. McDowell, and Mr: Hambleton on be also appointed stewards. That a portion of the Club stand be set apart for Indies; and that gentlomen accompanying ladies, must procure badges from the Proprietor. • That a committee of five be appointed by the President, to make the necessary arrangements for the business and harmony of the meeting, and that the President be Choirman of the committee. N. H Davis, Esq.. Thos. Hasam, Esq., J. S. Hambleton, Esq., T. K. Battelle, Esq., P. B.. Cornwall, Esq., committee. Resolved, That the New York Jockey Club Rules be adopted for the meeting. That all entries be received by the Secretary, Dr. Bryarly, at the Orleans Hotel at 8 o'clock, P. Si., previous to the day of the race....

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. JErßTotlce.— the present, the City Treasurers Office will be kept at the Banking House of Hcnsley Sc Merrill, -2 i street .IP?}? tf $3r Sutter Hot*!.— This well known House having been refitted throughout, in a superior manner, will be re-opened to the public on Tuesday, May 6th, by JAS. D. PAGE, formerly of the Branch Hotel, San Francisco, and R. P. MEAD, late of the Express Hotel j in this city. This house has been fitted up fora first class Hotel, and the proprietors intend that it shall be second to none in tbe country. The house has several suits of rooms suitable for families, 1 which are furnished in a superior style. my10 For Governor.— The friends and acquaintances of Capt. WM. WALDO, irrespective of party, present bun to the people of California as a candidate for Governor, at the approaching election. Ilia ability, nobleness of soul, energy ana perseverance, most eminently qualify him to be placed at the helm of State." '""'-.'* apls td To Prof. Forrest S...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

AMUSEMENTS. TEHAMA THEATRE. Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J.H. runny. .Managers. IMMENSE ATTRACTION. THREE ATTRACTIVE PIECES. k This ; (Tuesday). Evening, May 20th, 1851, s Will be presented the Drama of ROBERT MACAIRE. - Marie i .... Mrs. Kirby. After which The Soldier and the Peasant. , Carlitx . ... . . . .v. Mr. Downey. Christine .............. Mrs. Kirby. To conclude with The Young Widow. Aurelia .................. Mrs. Everard. Lncy .'•••*•"•'••••• ••••.••Mrs. Kirby. , Splash* • • • .......... . Mr. Everard. Pk ices— boxes and dress - circle .... $3 00 ; • -Boxes 2 00 Pit...... 100 ■ *3~ Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7. o'clock. .... T"! PLUL.IC NOTICE; " THE attention of the public is particularly called _L to the two following sections of an act to create a State Hospital in the city of Sacramento. My office is in the Doric Row," on M street. ■ . r H. A. SCHOOLCRAFT, : •- Treasurer State Hospital.' Sec. 18." Any" person in good health, on the payment o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR & CO. AUCTIONEERS. BRICK. STORE, FRONT STREET. LARGEST SALE OF THE SEASON. Catalogue of Different Invoices; ' T J. B. Starr & Co., will sell at their salesroom, on WEDNESDAY, May 21st, 1851, 1851, at 10 o'clock, a.m., rain or shine, without reserve, the following different invoices of fresh goods, just landed — Inboice'No? 1. * SW■ 50 half bbls extra clear pork . " 23 fourth do do mess pork : L&B 50 do do sugar cured mess- pork L & B 27 half bbls IVY city mess pork ~ L& B 9 bbls loaf and crushed sugar " 40 half bbls crushed .do :',/ . 11 27 quarter bbls crushed : do : r " 138 do do No. 1 mackerel " 7 do do do small fish [C] 72 ;12 lb bxs salaeratus, . Ilb papers L&B18 36 lb bxs : do do do > ■ L - 4 half bbls saloeratus L & S 30 doz corn brooms j K& VV 7 cases refined jollops L .3 tierces dried peaches " 4 pair sup platform scales B 6 cases superior...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. ; . . Invoice No. 22. 1 , r if ■* - A -TM'] \-2 boxes" plug tobacco, 101 & 1081b ; u - -:<:\;^~- Invoice -^:23:"^v:^;; ( | ; : M G 'i ' 50 boxes . hydraulic-pressed caudles * 14.000 lbs : sweet potatoes f ; ., 1""-^*^ : '^^/'ISOO lbs super sugar-cured hams i 7} : ! 5000 do do Chili beans '*" '■ 3000 do Irish potatoes *. ['■'. .'.'... ' J ■ ■:; •-: 10 bbls mess pork ';;: l,i ( / ,''.— • iV > . 10 tins taipermds V. . ;' '<-.'f«.^.i'' '^^> Invoice No. 24. ; ',JS> 1 3250 Havana cigars, in qr boxes >. I Invoice No. 25. ■•*: •: PS cl bale rope, 280 J:;-'; r > Invoice No. 26 — To pay freight and charges. VV 4 packages merchandise ; - ' , Invoice No. 27. B& C 6 black satin vests . • ' 4 do cloth do 2"> plaid satin do 9 worsted do ."' 2O, blue cloth sailor jackets 23 tweed jaekcoats 8 cloth sacks 1 black frock coat 2 Prince Albert coats J::^' Lot gingham handkerchief...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

AUCTION SA LES. ' bY^DLARK & MILNE. ..-.. D. ;B. 3 MILNE, i AUCTIONEER. X V- "" '" ■ r CATALOGUE SALE. CLARK & i MILNE will : sell, by catalogue', on TUESDAY, May 20th,at 10 o'clock, at I their sales room on Front street, a large . and f splendid assortment of ; Groceries, Wines and Liquors,- comprising in part, as follows,; viz: . . .; •- -1.75 boxes Philadelphia sugar cured hams; -10 casks Cincinnati 1 * do-" do do ■■ 20 casks Goshen butter, in kegs ;' . : 40 bbls plantation syrup . -/. ■;'< -/;: 50 ( sacks Chili beans i ■ 250 sacks No. 1 Chili barley , 34!) ! half fsks No. 1 Chili flour 50 boxes brown foap 15 chests Imperial tea y. .200 mats Manilla rice .:,:■ r.f; ;- ; :^ . ' •50 . tins pure ground coffee ' ; 12 i bbls Monongahela whisky ■-..■ ,•_ 13 bbls Cognac 3 brandy 20 packages claret ■ -.- 20 demijohns port wine ;•; "50 cases old hock :." do ' '-•■5O cases' walnut catsup" :'„ ;.; v"' 3 ; bales Cabot bro sheetings v 25 , kegs Orange county...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE OR TO LET, M ? ..The store now occupied iby the subscribers, on J street/ near 4th, north side. 1- It i is: 20 by 80 feet deep, the main building 30 5 feet i deep, being two stories high. The lot is 20 by 160 feet deep, 80 feet of which is open in the rear of the store, 1 for the delivery and storage of goods; apply on the premises: ; »,v : -4 LEWIS & BAYLEY, mvl " .;. it J street, nonr 4th. „.,.' ;'. ; FOR SALE, „.-:•- ■: ,: M: -; Tlie store now occupied by Messrs. Hunting" ton, Hammond & Co, situated on J street, be" tweeii 2d and 3d consisting of a Lot one hundred and sixty feet deep," arid stoke, with a good warehouse in the rear, to bo sold subject to a lease held by the present occupant.*. For particulars, apply co * • ' Blossom & Ogokx, ,' ' my 10 tf Levee street, between X and L sts. . HOTEL TO LET. ; M .The well known hotel," "Pavilion," situated in the town of Brighton," on the ; banks of the American river,' wil...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 May 1851

ijgjjgp W. 11. THOMAS, D< ntl«r< (t^raSSSLof New York city, having located himself permanently in the brick l\o# ♦L nnr « , on J street, ' between 3d and 4th, for the purpose of ra £ isilI his profession of Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry, he , would. respect fully inform those requinn the services ot a skilful and experienced Dentist that in prepared to perform in the most tnorough manner,' and on the latest and most approved principles, all operations i in ' his professsou necessary for the preservation and beauty of the teeth. V 1 . .;•;:- • : i .--:C;-.' 1 :.v;--:~.-, r . -,'.- ' " Dr. Thomas ie prepared to furnish hit patients a superior article of teeth from his large stock, and in, sert \ translucent . incorruptible teeth, 1 from one to a full set, which he ■ guarantees , cannot -! be i Furpa.tsod for beauty of style or comfort to the patients. B Hia gold plate he warrants of the purest and most durable kinds, being manufactured by himself from pure me...

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