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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 July 1850

MECHANIC ARTS. George D. Naegle, BRICKLAYER AND BRWKMAKER, SACRAMENTO CITY, : Is prepared to contract for all kinds of work in masonry. Having a good stock of bricks on land, he is . ready to erect . fire proof buildings, I build ovens, put up chimneys, set grates, or do anything in his line with which he may be favored. Residence, corner lllh and F. ui293ra JUSTUS A. WRIGHT, Importer of Jine Gold and Silver Watches, ANU F A CTURES 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 3m* 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 ot fine colors, artists' tools, &c. Orders from the country promptly attended to. mil 3m W. B...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 July 1850

DRUGGISTS, CHEMISTS, &c. DRS. WYDOWN & WATTS, DRUGGISTS & PHARMACEUtists, 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, Corbetl's, Brown's, Bulls, Bristols, Bailey's and Comstock's Sarsaparilla; Osgood's cholagogue ; Ayers' cherry expectorant, and all the patent medicines 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 tar...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 July 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. THE 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. T)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, three stor...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 July 1850

EXPRESS LINES. CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned have formed a co-partnership for the transaction of an Express, and general lorwarding 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- the only firm in sacramento city connecting with the well known express of Adams Sf 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, <$•<:„ forward letters, purchase goods, and attend promptly to all the usual business of an Express. H. & co., refer to the following certificate for their authorit...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 July 1850

SAN 'FRANCISCO. James Pierpont, DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST, Uver Woodruff's Jewelry store, Ciay street San Francisco. jyll-tf gIMMONS. LILLY & co may be found at their new warehouse, sacramento street wharf. " san Francisco, June 17, 1850. je!9-tf EE X C o^ F % AND BANKINO . . V, &l!i ---The undersigned, in connection with Messrs. PAGE $ BACON, of St. Louis, Missouri, have oppened an Exchange and Banking House in this city, and will beprepared 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., Way 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, sunabTefor 1 TratrT band a iarge "°*gftff C. C. RICHMOND & CO, WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers m Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles,, cho...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JULY 29. 1850. NUMBER 75.

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From the Pacific Courier Extra of July %2ti. Anarchy and Revolution. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

From the Pacific Courier Extra of July % 2ti. Anarchy and Revolution. Expulsion of all Foreigners from the Mines .' — Tremendous Excitement I Through Todd & Co.'s express line, we have received from our regular Sonora correspondent, communications of startling interest. Murder, anarchy and robbery in the mines have reached a crisis. The miners, goaded to the midriff, day and night, by bands of assassins, robbers and outlaws, have combined and determined on an unconditional and immediate expulsion of all foreigners, "except persons engaged in permanent business, and of respectable character." All mining operations have ceased, and the people, as one man, have united to rid the country of these evil doers. The policy is a proper one. The citizens of Sonora, and of the mining districts of that vicinity, have adopted the following summary proceeding : Notice. — At a meeting of the citizens of the Mormon Camp, Township No. 2, held on Sunday, the 21st, it was resolved that all...

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Report on Land Titles In California, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

Report on Land Titles In California, BY WM. CAREY JONES. (Continued.) II. Both these doctrines, and all others that shall be erected into curacies, shall be provided cauonically by the said ordinaries, observing the laws and cedulas of the royal advowson, with fit ministers of the secular clergy. III. The missionary monks, relieved from the reduced peublos, thus delivered to the ordinary, shall apply themselves to extend religion in other unreduced places, for the advantage of their inhabitants, proceeding in the exercise of their missions conformably to the direction in paragraph 10, art. 335, of the Constitution. IV. The reverend bishops and ecclesiastical prelates, in virtue of the ordinary jurisdiction which belongs to them, shall have power, as they may judge proper.to appoint capable monks temporarily to rill the curacies of the secular parishes, where it may be necessary ; but provided that they shall never aspire to the possession of the parish, conformably to the laws. V. [...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

EXCHANGE BROKERS. GOLD DUST INSURED. 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 General Mutual Insurance Companies of New York, At the lowest rates, by DEWEY $ SMITH, Exchange Brokers, J street, between 4th and jy 17-tf [sth streets. BAETOX LEE W. A. BAKER. DR. JAS. PEAKSO.V. Barton L.cc, Baker & Co., BANKERS, / Drawers of Exchange <y Assayers of Gold. '■ "'.''■ (Dr. Bkarson, Assayer,) Office 2d street, between I and J. Sacramento City, June 22d, 1850 tf. Henley, McKni^lit & Co., Banking, Exchange, Deposit a nd Discount Office, Front st., next door to Sutler Elotel. THOS. J. 11 LEY, Indiana. o. Mcknight, Ohio. my3o tf S.C. HASTINGS, lowa. EXCHANGE ON— J^ BOSTON, ST. IJOUIS. NEW YORK. CHARLESTON. S.C. PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND. BALTIMORE, NORFOLK. WASHINGTON, N. ORLEANS, &C, &c, fo...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

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 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. 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 very place to rest from their toils and welcome returning health. Columa, June 18, 1850. je2o-tf What a Noise ! ABOUT Buteville, Colusa, and ButeCity — 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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Our Steamer Paper [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

Our Steamer Paper Is now ready, and can be had at our counter put up in wrappers, for immediate deposition into the post office. It is an unusually interesting number, containing a complete synopsis of the exciting news of the past month. It should be borne in mind that the mail that leaves the Ist of August is the great monthly mail. The mails that leave in the -middle of the month have been very irregular, generally being detained at Panama till thn arrival of each great mail. For this reason we have only issued our paper for the States once a mouth, at times when it would be sure to go to its destination without delay.

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Meeting of the City Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

Meeting of the City Council. Saturday evening, Ju'.y 27. 1850 — The City Fathers met in iho. usual place, and bad alrecdy commenced proceedings, when we entered with a view of taking a few sketches. There were present Messrs. Moore, Tweed, McKenzie, Queen, Pettit, the gentlemanly clerk, Mr. Hatch, the City Counsel (Mr. Johnson), together with ourself and a few oilier outsiders. The President of the Board, being absent, Mr. Moo c had the chair. The City Counsel was engaged in reading his written opinion in regard to the rights of the city to run the embankment required for the Levee, and control the property along the same. We heard nothing but the last part of the report, which, on motion of Aid. Queen, was received and handed to the Chairman of the Levee Committee, with a request that it be published in the city papers. Mr. Johnson having asked permission to revise and correct it before giving it publicity, time was granted him for this purpose. Alderman Tweed, in the most gentlema...

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Relief to the Overland Emigration. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

Relief to the Overland Emigration. Committee for the Overland Emigration met July 26th, at 8, p. m., at the Court Room. Committee to report a plan for the organization of relief trains, &c , made the following report : The citizens of Sacramento City, and many others from county, met in mass meeting on the evening of the 26th hist., for the purpose of devising ways and means to relieve the suffering emigrants now en route over the Plains to this State. A large Committee was appointed, with full power to adopt such means as they might think proper to collect funds and purchase and forward provisions, and appoint suitable agents tv distribute them, as circumstances and the emergencies might require. It is now a well settled fact that a very large emigration is on the way over the plains for this State, much larger than it was last year, and among them a much larger proportion of women and children. Information has been received from them who have already reached this place...

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Suffering on the Mains. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

Suffering on the Plains. BY AN EYE WITNESS. The following note is addressed us by W. Crum, Esq.. late editor of a weekly newspaper in lowa City. — He depicts a most deplorable fate for many of the emigrants, and his statements of the suffering he witnessed among them is without doubt correct. For the Transcript. Messrs. Editors: — Since my arrival in this city from the Plains, I have seen to my great joy and satisfaction, that the citizens are, in some measure, acquainted with the suffering that prevails among the emigrants now crossing the plains. Though being informed to a certain extent, they cannot re alize it so fully as one who has seen it among the advanced trains. I perceive by the Transcript that liberal subscriptions were made Thursday evening, on short notice. — The number now on the plains is variously estimated, from 50,000 to 100,000 souls, destined tor this Eldorado; the one half of whom will not reach here without suffering, and one quarter without subsisting on thei...

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• City lhysician. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

• City lhysician. Legislation of the City Council— Its Er* rors— The Necessity of Reform—No. 4. We have not exhausted the topics already discussed. Sufficient, however, has been said tojusti'y us in dismissing them for the present, and proceed to look at the errore of city legislation. There has been one prominent feature running through all the action of the City Council, which cannot be conCealed or diguised. The errors of legislation have been a medley, and its selfishness, its perversion of the interests of the cily, is soglaring, that we find it difficult to sum up our case. The first violation of sound action is found in tampering with the Levee question. A ministerial power is conferred by the Council, in the creation of a committee out ot its own body, to carry on that important work, thereby creating an interest with in the legislative department of the city goveminent, which, connected with a corresponding profitable interest on other subjects, gave the control of the Coun...

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For the Transcript " May you die among your kindred." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

For the Transcript " May you die among your kindred." It is a sad thing to feel that we must die away from our home, among strangers in a strange land. Tell not the invalid, who, many ieagues away from all that is dear, is yearning after his distant country. that the atmosphere is soft and balmy, that the gales are filled with fragrance, the flowers are springing from the green earth, and golden harvests are only waiting his reaping hook : for he knows that the softest air to his heart would be the air that hangs over his native land — That more grateful than all the gales of the south would breathe the low whispers of an anxious affection : that the very icicles clinging to the eaves of the paternal roof, and the snow beating against the windows, would be far more pleasing to his eyes than the bloom and verdure that only the more forcibly remind him how far he is from that one spot dearer to him than the world beside, while he looks upon the golden treasures, as tinseled, airy noth...

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Sacramento City Prices Current, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

Sacramento City Prices Current, Prepared for the Sacmmr.iito Tianscript, hy Prettyman, Barroll & Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Ashes— Saleratus, 15 to 25 cents p ft; pots and pearls no sale. / Beeswax— n, p ]b 50 to 60 — Bread — Chili, brown, no sale;. American- pilot 9 to 10c; do. navy no sale ; crackers in tins 20;S> 25. Boots and shoes— Boots, men's light pegged", P doz 500ig.72; dodo heavy (large) §125 (w 150; brogaiis, fine, p do/, t^O^vi*; do heavy do $M^tj 30. Building Muttriuls — American rough lumber. 350^75 \y .m; do mill dressed flooring $05 (j£s?u; do siding SuO«.7u; bricks $10 „ 35 p M; Lime— l'er bbl i iu7' Coal— Anthracite, 525,«2 'M fc> ton. Cocoa — Guyaquil, Para and St. Domingo, 30,0,40 c |> llj. — American sweet, and Spanish 4o^s()e ±* ft. Coffee— Java. Bio and Triage 50c.a,55c l> Jlj. Canutes— Aperin, 4* JJj 65 <a{ 75; adamantine 40.«.55c. Hull's pat.-nt, and tallow do no sale. — American tarred &...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 29 July 1850

Died, In Marysville, California, July 7th, I Q SO, Rosina Bisk Clay Pkck. in her Sih year, daughter of E. S.and R. C. Peck, late of St. Loui?, Mo. Ros'ms. was Ihe only daughter, lender and affectionate, and beloved by all who knew her, and regarded by her ac-quaintances as possessing a mind rarely found in one of mature age. But death makes no distinction, and ihus she lias bf-en so early called to ihe sweet enjoyment of celestial happiness, where her parents 'may console themselves vntli the cherished hope of'meetmg her al the right hand of Him who gave and hath taken away. IC7" St. Louis papers please copy. GORE, WILDER & CO., J^O. li, Teharaa Block, offer for sul<; — now landing per schrs. Golden Rule and Lydia, direct lrom New York— 12 casks superior smoked shoulders; 2 casks 4th proof Rasteau brandy, of superior quality; 22 cases assorted preserves, viz: brandy cherries, pickled scollop clams, "Harvey's," '-Reading's," "John Bull" and "Worcestershire" sau...

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