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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER. TiirougH Freeman & Co.'a Express. __ We are exceedingly indebted to the polite and attentive messenger of Freeman & Co., who came up on the New World last evening, for his promptness in forwarding us files of daily papers from tho States, also a full list of passengers by the Tennessee. The New World saw the Tennessee coming up the harbor as she was passing up ; boarded her, and obtained news. The steamer Antelope is safe, burned out one of her boilers, and obliged to put into port again. The Tennessee brings New York papers | as late as the 11th April. We have received no weekly or steamer papers, and can glean but few items of in- | telligence from the Dailies. The charter election in Albany resulted in ! favor of the Democrats by a small major- | ity. Eli Perry elected Mayor over Town- | send. The Whigs have carried St. Louis by an ! overwhelming majority, electing their iliayor : and a majority of city officers....

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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Passeiis;t'rs by tlic Temu-sseo. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

Passeiis;t'rs by tlic Temu-sseo. JO AtwelL T Apres, E Allen, 0 Aldrich, P Acket. Dr Anderson, T Atkihson, N P Abeel. Jonn Boyle, M Boyle, J Burke, A Beale, H Brown, It Butcher, A Beedy, J Beedy, T G Berry, B F Barton, II Beyer, Win Brietol, S Baldwin, N Barker, Brockman, Bruger," J Butler, J Brown, J Bird, A Cunningham, J Carey, It Car vi lie, T Coulton, J Crawford, A Coining, J G Bobb, E Clark, J Culver. It Collins, Dr Coventry, J Carey, E Chapman. Classon W Corvine, J Campbell. A Camp- ; bell, IVvi. I? F_ Drake, L Davis, G Dean, , 11 Davis. 0 1 Duane, D*jt on . D avis> Delphep, . It Ellis. J Ellis, J Eakin, C Elliott, is J^iu^f- { son, J Edwards, E W El van, Win Tooker, J , Ford, Mrs French. S Ferris, Wm 'French, , Wm Fennegan, T Green, W Green, S Gif- > ford, Grover. G Graham, D Garvin. ' R Griffith, C Gross, S Graham, M Goodrich, M Griffith, D Hubbard, W 0 Hayes, J llawley, G ■ Haynes, J Hicks, R Harper, N Hunt, W" Hinch, J T Houck, J Howes; VVm Hartwell. '...

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COMMERCIAL RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

COMMERCIAL RECORD SACRAMENTO MARKET. Tuesday, May 20th. A very tar amount of business ha* bren transacted to- . day. The unpleasant state of the weather has bad thn tendency to prevent much wholesale business. \v(. observed at the sale of Messrs. Chirk & Milne, an unusually large attendance of buyers, and that the poods brought remunerative prices. We have no material chanjre to notice in our quotation.*. Desirable goods an- firm, and many articles daily growing more so.' -— Barley—we quote sales at GJc. r Miatbe»., , slight advance. Good Pilot Bread in scarce, and in demand.— Flour remains at bur quotations, but rather drooping: Tobacco continues in good demand, with an upward tendency in price. Dry Gixids- not a very heavy demand ; sudply largo in every branch. Coots and Shoes— large supply on hand. Holders arc determined not to part with them at the present prices. , Lumber and building material* remain without any observable change. The demand La very good*, with no ...

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

MARINE INTELLIGENCE PORT OV SAN PKAKCHCO. Arrived, May 19— French barque Surprise, Alter. 37 d* fin Mazatlan; 38 passengers— 13 fvinalcn. Below— Clipper abipEcIipae, 124 days fni A' V. • Cleared, • May 19— Steamship Columbia, Li Roy, Astoria. Stcamsliip Ohio, Haley, San Dingo. ,i -• - Bremen Reform. Ottendorff, Callao. Schr Betty Bliss, Rullins; Valparaiso. {"

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

g .■^»TSrgzniar.jirT.j3jnrTr. 'l«IWm MARRIED, ' In Marysville, on Sunday evening, the ISlh iustli by the Rev. Mr. Dryden, Mr. K.\u\n.r. Nye, of Miirysville. to Miss Mary Jane Eaves, of St. Louis. DIED, At San Francisco, Monday morning, May I9th, of Erysipelas, TiaioTH* Osgoop Wardwkll, of Andovcr, Mass., late of the firm of Berry, Bliss & Co., Sacramento City, aged '11. In Marysville, May 13th, Mr.\Lores B. Crsiii.\a, son of James Cashing, Esq., late of Virginia, aged I 24 years and 7 months ' *^A In San Francisco, on the ICth inst., of consumption Thomas Winters Bktdbk, and 33 year*. The deceased was a native Ohio, and latterly from St Loan I .Missouri. -ii GENERAL NOTICES. BCT Mutual Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1— The members of the company are requested to attend the regular monthly meeting, THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at the ; new Engine lIouM> t Third street, near J. Punctual attendance requested. JOHN 11. SCRANTOX, Pnvs i. Hk!»rt G. Laxolev, Secy...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

T AMUSEMENTS^ TJEIIAM A theatre. Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J.H. Kirby. .Managers. This (Wednesday) Evening, May 21st, 1851, Will be enacted Bulwer's great play of RICHELIEU, y OR, THE CONS Pill Ac V . Mr. Stark as The Cardinal. Mrs. Kirby as Jul'*To conclude with A Lady ami Gentleman, . . In a P. P. X'& The Gent....'.-.. .Mr. Everard. The Lady. • Mrs. Everard. Prices — boxes and dress circle $3 00 Hoses 2 00 Pit;;....:..... : 1 00 Doors open at ' 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7 o'clock. HVHTEK «!C I «_».'■« SEMI-WEEKLY EXPRESS, TO all parts of El Dorado County, and the whole ' of the bars on the South, Middle and North ' Forks of the American river, including I'lacerville . . Coloma Wcberville . Georgetown Diamond Springs Greenwood Valley Mud Spring Kelsey i Diggings Cold Spring Columbia Kingsville Peru Mormon Tavern Murderer's Bar Rocky Flat Kelsey's Bar Grey "Eagle City Big Bar Bird's Valley j Volcano Bar Antoine Horse Shoe Bend El Dorado Canon Yankee Jim'...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

SPRING RACES. SPRING MEETING. Brighton Race Course, near Sacramento city— May 21st, 22d and 23d. - - President—N. H. DAVIS. STEWARDS. Capt John A Sutter, Capt Joseph R Beard, Judge Tod Robinson, Judge B F Washington, Maj Ben McCulloch, Gen Douglas, Jos Cogswell, Esq., Dr Ogden, J S Hambleton, Esq., Col Geo McDougal, Maj Purdv, Capt McDowell. Judge — T K BATTELLE, Esq. FIRST DAY— Wednesday, May21st. Jockey Club Purse. $2o(), for all ages; 3 year olds carrying 90 lbs; 4 year olds, * 102 lbs; 5 year olds, 112 lbs; 6 year olds, 120 lbs; 7; and '.upwards 126 lbs, allowing three lbs to marcs and geldings. Mile — entrance 10 per cent. Mr . Foster enters g. g. Ito, 5 years. Colors black and red. Mr D H Tidwell.b. f. Fanny, 5 years. Colors — yellow and white. SECOND RACE. Jockey Club Purse, $350, for all horses bred in America; two or more, to make a race; catch weights. Two mile heats — entrance 10 per cent. Mr James Willet, c. f. Charmer. Colors— and red. Mr W W Berdett, b. g. Capt Rynders...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

AIJCTION SALES. •BY BERRY, i BLISS & O. RICHARD If. BERRY, AUCTIOX'ER. On Thursday," May %2d, at 10 o'clock, /. AT .NEW BRICK STOKE, LKVEE, . *. * '. 15,000 lbs sugar cured hams. . . - "^ . " 6,000 lbs crushed sugar -.iV ;VX.~ . 120 half sacks Chili flour 5 boxes cherry brandy 30 cases brandy cherries 12,000 lbs sweet potatoes 5 bbls lamp oil 1,000. lbs superior soap .200 boxes dairy cheese 12 kegs sugar bouse syrup 20,000 lbs fresh Chili barley 3.000 lbs Boston leaf lard 12,000 lbs Manila sugar. 6,000 lbs do rice 50 caddiea imperial tea' 200 small sacks green Kio coffee 31 tins crackers 8 half chests Y. 11. tea.' 1 20,000 Havana cigars. ; iny2 l_ . BY C. C. :-'-FL,AGG & CO, FRO.\T STREET, NBAS L. Their regular sale will take place on Thursday, May 22-1, at 10 o'clock, a. m. - m2l C. C. PLAGG, .Auctioneer. I MACHINERY. ONE 12 horse power Quartz Engine iron planeing machine; largo and small lathes; pattern lathes; drilling lathes; boiler punches; sneara; large...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

_^£ AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR & CO. . AUCTIONEERS. ■ J BRICK STORE, FRONT STREET. , LARGEST SALE OF THE SEASON. - Catalogue of Different Invoices. 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 — ■' .v-'^ • Invoice No. 1. ■S W 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 NY city mess pork L&B 0 bbls loaf and crushed sugar . *•■ 40 half bbls crushed- do . ". 27 quarter bbls crushed do " 138 do do No. 1 mackerel ■; i :".v7; ; do do do* small fish [C] ,72 12 lb bx.s salceratus, 1 lb papers L&B18 30 lb bxs do do do L 4 half bbls saluerajus j L & S 30 doz corn brooms . K& W 7 cases refined scollops L 3 tierces dried peaches " 4 pair sup platform scales B , ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. , \ Invoice No. 22.. ■ [M] 2 boxes plug tobacco, 101 & 1081b ! ■ - . _ / Invoice No. 23 . • : .. M G 50 boxes hydraulic-pressed candles 14,000 lbs sweet potatoes . 1500, lbs super, sugar-cured hams , .5000 do ,do •; Chili beans 3000 do Irish potatoes ; , • . 10 bbls mess pork .:,:jj,,,10 tins tamerinds Invoice, No. 24. S 3250 Havana cigars, in qr boxes v ': ;rj. '■, Invoice { No.- 25 ■ - PS 1 bale rope, 280 lb Invoice No. — To pay freight and charges. f, : :i.->f\V 4 packages merchandise Invoice No. 27. B& C 6 black eatin vests .4 do cloth do 25 plaid satin ■ do ; 9 worsted do 20 blue cloth sailor jackets i& tz*. 23 tweed jackcoats 8 cloth sacks ' s ""' 1 black frock coat 2 Prince Albert coats Lot gingham handkerchiefs Invoice No. 28. B & V 9 doz dark Otard brandy, fine art - 5 kegs pickles, 10 gals each 5 cases Underwood's lemon syrup 5 cases brandy fruits 2 bbls old peach brandy 4 boxes chocolate : Together ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

figfeg£g> DR..W. H. THOMAS, Dentist. UjyiyLitfi^ of Now York city, having, locatod 7^^-ULXr himself permanently In the brick Ro* the purpose f on J street, between 3d nnd 4th, for the pin-pose of practicing his profession of Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry, ho would wspcctSSy inform those requiring _ the service., ot a skilful and experienced Dentist, that he is prepared to perform in the most tnorough manner, and on the latest and most approved principles. all operations ' in his pr»fessson necessary for the preservation and beauty of the teeth. ..:■■, . ..: Dr. Thomas is prepared to fornisa his patients a superior article of teeth from hit large stock, and insert, translucent incorruptible teeth, from one to a full set, which he guarantees cannot- bo surpassed for beauty of style or comfort to the patients... His gold plate ho warrants of the purest and most durable kinds, being manufactured by himself from pur© metals, without an alloy of silver or copper, he having ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

STATE LAWS, A Bill f«»r an Act to Incorporate the City of ! Sacramento. The People of the State of California, represented in . - Senate and Assembly; do enact as follows: ' Sec. 1. All that tract of land lying within the limits and boundaries hereinafter mentioned, that is to say : Beginning at the junction of the American Fork with the Sacramento river to V : street, as designated on the map or plan of Sacramento city on file in the Recorde's office in said city: thence along said V street, cast, to the point where the said V street intersects Thirty-first street, as designated on said map: thence along the *.%id Thirty-first street until the same intersects the American.: Fork; thence along the American Fork to the beginning; the said boundaries extending to the middle of said •Sacramento river and American Fork, shall be known by .the name of "The City of Sacramento." ; -■"•^V' >^" ; : 'i. - . ; Sec. 2. The present city government shall continue in office until the el...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

STATE LAWS. any street, house or place of the city, and may by ordinance provide for the formation of •• a chain gang/ for persons convicted of crime: they shall fix a tariff of fees for the direction of all officers that may be by ordinonce required to charge and collect feea, specifying the fee which shall be charged fjr each particular item of service, ard v pass such other by-laws and ordinances, for the regulation and police of said city, as they may deem necessary. All by-laws and ordinances shall be published in some newspaper printi-d in the city. Sec 8. All logal process against the city j BhaU be served on the Mayor, and in his absence, on the Mayor pro ton. Sec. 9. In no case shall the corporation be garniahced for any debts due. or to be- ! come due. by said corporation, on contracts |'..r i:ity improvements, except for debts in- ! eurrcd for said improvements. And all tools and other property, while being used upon any public improvement in the city, shall be exempt fro...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. / ) FOR; S AKE OR. TO ! LET, MThc store .now occupied by the subscribers, on J street, near 4th. north side : ; It ,is? 20 by SO feet deep, the main building 30 ! feet deep, being two stories high. The lot ia 20 by 160 feet deep, SO feet of which is open in the rear of the store, for the delivery and storage of goods; apply on the premises. LEWIS &BAYLEY, myl tf ..'.'... J street, near 4th. FOR SALE, ~~~ M- The store now occupied by Messrs. Iluntington, Hammond & Co, situated on J street, between 2d and 3d sts, consisting of a Lot one hundred and sixty feet deep, and '. store, with a goo.l warehouse in the rear, ; to be sold subject to a lease held by the present occupants. For particulars, apply to Blossom &OoDE.v, my 10 tf Levee street, between X and L sts. , . .. _.".. HOTEL TO LET. MThe well known hotel, "Pavilion," situated in the town of Brighton, on the banks of the American rivOr. will be rented low to a good tenant, and th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. , /HARD WARE: AND IRON STORE. WATSON & BISCOE, 159 J street, 3 doors below Gtli, north aide, < IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN . , Foreign 1 and i Domestic Hardware, y"v Cutlery, Tennessee, Swedes Bar, Sheet (£3 Jffv and Boiler Iron; Cast, German, Eng-X*\j ** yHA Blister and Shear Steel, fyc,&c. Have in store, and are constantly receiving from Europe, Eastern and , Southern States, fresh supplies, carefully selected, of every thing in their line; . They invite the attention of country dealers, miners, aud mechanics of this city to their large and well assorted stock, of which the following comprises a part: . -Beat Tennessee iron, round, square and flat; Best Pennsylvania boiler plate iron; Nail rod, horse shoe and sheet iron; Cast, German, blister and shear steel; Cut nails, tacks, horse shoe nails; Pit, mill and cross-cut saws; j Butcher, compass and back saws; Mill, pit, hand-saw and smiths' files; Rasps of all description; ' New Englan...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. -• ; - • -. R. A. K.NOX. E. N. FISH. O. H. SWI.NERTON. R. A. KNOX & CO., Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Manufacturers, No. 201 / street, Sacramento City. ju Wholesale and Retail Dealers in -J f^^ COOKIXG, PARLOR Jc SHEET IRON STOVES^S^ jB|3S Stove Pipe, Tin, Copper and Iron V^^ v *^- Pumps, Lead Pipe, &c. 8f . MINE AND TRADERS Supplied with picks, shovels, crow bars, pans, dip pert", coffee pots, camp kettles, &c. 49"Jobbing of every description done to order, at the shortest notice, and warranted to give sntisfaction. . '.- . ap24 tf REMOVAL OP THE CITY SHOE STORE THE subscriber has removed into one of the Brick JL Stores built by Brown, Henry &, Co., two doors below stand, and taken as a partner A. R. P. Harmon, and will continue his formerbusiness, under the name of T. S. MITCHELL & CO., and would take this opportunity to tender his thanks to his friends and customers, for the very liberal patronage they have...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 21 May 1851

PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED FOR THE "DAILY UNION," BY J. B. STARR & CO., * Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, -V .BRICK; BUILDINO, OS THK LEVEE. Bread— American Pilot 10 a 15 American Navy ../.;'.'.'..;'•' 6 a 8 Crackers— Bent's Water 17 o 20 Bent's Sugar. 16 a- IS " Butter ............ —a — " Fancy....... 20 a 22 Boots and Brogans— Dres3 Calf ) large size, per doz ..... $ ° " °° 1 Heavy pegged, large size.. 30 00 a 40 00 Long grained " ". . 96 00 a5O 00 Brogans, stout " ". . 14 00 alB 00 Coal— Anthracite, per ton 10 00 a 14 00 Smith's, per ton 30 00 a 40 00 Sidney, per ton .......... 14 00 a 16 00 Clothing— Heavy, coarse, large sizes, sells for a fair advance on invoice price — dull. I — Green Rio, per lb. • 23Ja 26 Sandwich Island, per 1b. . . 15 a "19 It oast and Ground do 20 a 30 Candles Sperm, per 1b..... 45 a 48 Adamantine, do 40 a 46 Mould, do 12 a 15 Cordage — large, per lb. . 14 a 16 t Manilla rope, small, do ... 20 a 22 Cigars- Havana, superior per M. . 40 00 ...

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