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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, April 14th. Pacific Mail Steamship Tennessee. Cole, from New York, via Rio Janeiro, Jan 14, Valparaiso Feb 26, Panama March 24, and Acapulco April 6—5506 — 550 passengers. Left at Valparaiso ships lowa and Orpheus, for this port soon. The steamer Sarah Sands arrived the day the T left, and took in 500 tons coal. Left at Panama, steam ship Panama, Bailey, for this port April Ist; also about 20 sail of vessels up for charter for this port. Left at Acapulco a French ship for this port soon, with passengers, and a Bremen ship do. Bth inst., off Point Conception, spoke steamship California, 8 days hence for Panama, all well. Capt. C. reports about 1500 passengers on the Isthmus waiting for steamers Sarah Sands, Isthmus and Gold Hunter. The greatest excitement prevailed in consequence of their non-arnval, some having been watting for six weeks. Eng steamer , from Callao, arrived a few days previous to the T's sn ilin.s", and reported passing th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

MARRIED, In West Sacramento City, on the 16th inst.. by the Rev. Mr Owen, Col. J. H. LEWIS, formerly of Pike county, 111., to Miss BARBARA ANNE TUSTIN. only daughter of Samuel Tustin, Esq., of the former place.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

AMUSEMENTS. ¶ The Pianist and Composer, H. HERZ will give his second, and last but one, Gramd Concert, vocal and instrumental, at the New . corner of M and 1 Front street, „ .. TtirS; EVENING; April 18, On which occasion he wilf'^fay four of his most favorite compositions, and conclude ] the Concert with his new composition, the Voyage Musical, in which he Will introdnVe the National Airs of all the principal countries', including La Marseillaise and ,Yanltee .Doodle; an - imitation of an Inundation, and the California Polka, composed in this country by Henry Herz. " '; .: ¶ The celebrated Vocalist, S. C. Massett, will sing several Songs, Ballads and Comic Recitations, together with Imitations illustrative of the peculiarities ot Yankee Character. ¶ Price of Admission— Tickets, for a lady and gentleman, $7 ; single tickets, $4 each ; pit tickets, $3 each — seats reserved for ladies be procured at the bars of the Sutter and Hotel de Prance ; at the office of the " Transcript," and at...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

AUCTION SALES. THE GORDON HOUSE FIXTURES. ON THURSDAY, April 18, 1850, .at 10 o'clock a. M., will be sold, at public auction, the Furniture, Fixtures, entire stock of Liquors, and Good Will of the Gordon House. N. B. The sale will take place on the premises, unless previously disposed of at private sale. The location and custom of this house renders this a desirable opportunity for any person who wishes to conduct the Hotel business. Terms cash. ap16-2t J,B. STARR & CO., Auct'rs. Auction Sale of Town Lots. IN pursuance of a resolution of the Town Council, passed April 1, 1850, there will be sold on Saturday, April 20, 1850, at 10 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Alcalde's Office, on Portsmouth /Square, at public auction 100 fifty vara town lots. 65 Water do (previously advertised,) situated in the town of San Francisco. ' TERMS OF SALE. \ within 3 days from the day of sale. : \ " 60 " ' " „ ;- " i " 90 " : " " \ 120 ** ;^j " » There will be leased at the same time and pla...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

tffAVIJHGr made- arraaigeiriewts vitb AVING made aKtangements ttfltb Mftssrs. Peti-fi # Qneen, by which th* Pacific Theatre has been procured, the (Undersigned, proprietor and manager, would re--spectfolly announce to the public of Sacramento City, that he intends opening the Olympic Circus in the above mentioned theatre, on or about the 'first day of next month. JOSEPH A. ROVVE. Sac. City, April 9 1850, : aplO tf TIMBER AND SCANTLING.— 65,000 feet desirable timber and scantling; 35,000 superior shingles; just arrived and for sale by the subscriber, one door south of the Sutter Hotel. WM. C. YOUNG. aplO-6t DUILDING HARDWARE,. ■ m ~ 9 Silver, Brittania, Plated, and ' Japannedware, fine Table and Pocket cutlery, Looking Glasses, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, house furnishing goods of every variety, and in fact,, a general assortment of fancy and .- staple I goods of every character, can be found at . PAUL, WHITE CO. ; 2d house from cor. 3d and J, south s...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

MISCELLANEOUS.

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THE EMIGRANT'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

THE EMIGRANT'S LAMENT. They tell of the flowers that perfume the land, . And the bright clouds above ; They tell of the warbling songster band, But these do not win my love. They talk of the rivers, o'er beds of gold; Of the jewelled mountain streams ; Of riches exhaustless, hidden, untold, But these do not win my dreams. 0 speak of my home in the distant east, Of a vine-clad cottage there, Where the robin in spring time buildeth her nest, And with this, thou wouldst win my prayer. If thou tell'slof my sire, with locks of gray, With a prattler upon his knee, Or a dear mother, who strives to pray, Thou wouldst win a tear from me. Stiouldst thou speak of a young and lovely wife, With an eye undimmed with tears ; And shouldst say that a cloud had darkened her Or that sorrow was hast'ning her years : [life, 1 would bid thee forbear in accents wild ; My heart no longer is bold — Unmanivd, thou wouldst deem me once more a For gold hath not won m Y sou!. [child : Sacramento City, April 7, ...

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Scissorings. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

Scissorings. Miscellaneous.— -Prince Albert has offered a gold medal for the best elegiac poem on the late Queen Adelaide, by an undergraduate of the University. ' The New Yotk Mercantile Library Association has 2,974 members, and a library of 31,684 volumes. The " Pen, the Fas-tc, and the Scissors," is the name of a paper gotten up to compete with the " Plough, the Loom and the Anvil." A tooth of Napoleon, extracted by M. O'Meara, was sold at the public sale of the effects of the latter, for £3 17s. 9d., and the instrument with which it was extracted, brought £3 3s. Napoleon's tomb, at St. Helena, is advertised in the " Helena Gazette," for sale. Louis Bonaparte does not seem to have abandoned his imperial dreams. Privy conspiracy and rebellion, make the news from the east of Europe, the most interesting portion of the late intelligence from the old world. A plot to dethrone, and, of course, assassinate the Czar, Nicholas, was, it is said, brought to light about a month ago. The co...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. h^nl^yT^i^knigltT^^ BANKING, Exchange and Deposit Office. Front street,, adjoining iSutt'er Hotel, SACRAMENTO CITY, (CAL.) Furnish Bills of Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe, in suras to suit purchasers. > — I Gold dust bought and sold % or shipped and insured, on the most favorable terms. Gold Dust, Coin, or Treasures of any kind received on special deposit. Money loaned on good security. Interest paid on permanent deposits.. Henley, McKnight & Co. will act as general agents for the purchase and sale of Real Estate, Collection of Rents, Notes, Accounts, etc. Expresses sent once a month to all parts of the United States. N. B. — -Miners wishing to send money to any part of the States, can have the amount forwarded promptly, by sending dust or coin to H. McK. &- Co. with the name and place of residence of the person to whom the money is to be sent, together with their letters, which . will be ' duly mailed wi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Barton JLee, : -i 'iff? . h,j.-i (Formerly M Priest, Lee & Co.) EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE • AND BANKING OFFICE, :t 1R \ On the east side of %d st. hclwern t I and J sts. TRILLS; OF EXCHANGE on all ■"-* i parts of ; the United States for sale. '", „ •'. Money loaned on good security. .:■:';• : .V, '•• Gold Dust; and i Coin received •on deposit, and a general banking business done. .'V. ' ' Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. aplOtf ■ ; IT. S. Mail. ' ■ •••• PASSENGER and TRANSPOR1 - TATION LINE OF AS PIN WALL STEAMERS. : ,.,.:;.:^r;; i^ Fare to San Franci5c0....;........ $20 44 Yuba city and Marysville 15 Fare from San Francisco to Marysville:.. 35 No charge for sleeping accommodations. " Until further notice will run as follows, viz : The first class steamer "Hartford" will leave for San Francisco every Saturday, at 8 a. m, precisely. The steamer "El Dorado" will leave for Yuba city every Tuesday at 1 p. m , and returning will take her departure each ensuing...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. : ' "IIENiaY^irNAGLEEi !.". 280 Montgomery., street,; San Francisco. V. 'it?" Would respectfully offer to Merchants and others, DRAFTS on o:f: 1c aonfiliyj SiU v., Boston, at the Office of J. W. Clark & Co. Providence, « John L. Noyes. -; 3? Hartford, .'. I- = « :i .' Hartford Bank. Ne 17, Haven, „ » ,. v City Bank. _„. Albany, '"■''• "'«- '" Washburn & Co. ' New York, ;•.-.,. « . E. W. Clark, Dodge & co. Trenton, « Mechanics' & Man'rs Bk Philadelphia, » E. W. Clark & eo. : • ' - Pittsburg, .. » , ;; , Samuel -Tones & co. Harrisburg, •'•""'« :• V J W. Wier, cashier. Lancaster, Bl .;.;«;., .-> C.Bachriian, S»ci'a?s«'-a Reading, « Farmer's Bank. Pottsville, ' ; Charles Loesef," cashier. Cincinnati, v,--.— ' A. J. Wheeler. ,',' Columbus, * «*"'* *' Clinton Bank. Cleveland, . » -.■> City Bank. ■> } Louisville, « Hutchings & co. Lexington, " ' -David A. Sayr...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 April 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. I - , JFlnley, Johnson & Co., , 1 IMPORTERS and Commission Mer- I ■* ' chants, Central Wharf, San Francisco. J >: apl -3 m ' tt " 1 - L ' : "•' -i-• "•- i;. 1 -" :•■>-*■• jm GEO. ENDICOTT. SAM'I H. GREENE. GEO.' J. OA^flJ Eiidicott, Greene & Oakes^Tl fiOMMISSION MERCHANTS, I J- 7 and General Dealers in Merchandise, I First street, near Market, San Francisco. 1 apl-3m THUS. UNDERWOOD. 'V ' W M . S. M KNIGHT. I Underwood, McKnight & Co.. M fiOMMISSION Merchants, on San- i -T^ some street, near the foot of Pacific st , ii next door to Congress Hall, San Francisco, ■ keep constantly on hand ; a general assort- I ment of Groceries and Provisions, Pickles, I I Preserved Meats, Oysters, Lobsters, etc., etc. I • April 1850. "* .'JV/T. i m . J v Burgoyne & Co., Bankers. I ■'■ U 1 ;...-: • SAN FRANCISCO. ,;-.■:::•';" if J]XCHANGEfor sale ron New Or- I • leans, New York, and 1 principal cities. 1 Gold dust shi...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 April 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 20, 1850. NUMBER 9.

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Proceedings of Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 April 1850

Proceedings of Common Council. Reported for the Sacramento Transcript. Regular Meeting, 1 Tuesday Evening, April 16th. \ Present, all the members. Minutes of last meeting were read. The President remarked that an error existed in the minutes. He referred to that part which states the Mayor was authorized, in connection with a committee, to negotiate a loan. He understood that the matter had been referred to that committee, for the purpese of reporting the terms on which the loan could be made, and not with power to make the loan. Such was his impression at the time he put the motion. Alderman Moore replied that he made the motion to refer, and intendjed the committee should have power. Alderman Miller and others, expressed the same views, and the minutes were approved. Numerous petitions for offices were then read, and referred to the committee on applications for office. Petition from Col. A. M. Winn, for change of location for bath. Referred to Committee on Streets and Public plac...

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From the Pacific News. Important from Trinidad Bay,—A Number of Lives Lost! [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 April 1850

From the Pacific News. Important from Trinidad Bay,— A Number of Lives Lost! We have at last reliable intelligence from Trinidad Bay. Last evening, at 7 o'clock, the fine schooner Sierra Nevada, Capt. Edwards, anchored in our harbor, in twenty-eight hours from Trinidad, which place she left on Sunday, at half-past 3 o'clock, p. m. By this arrival we have received very gratifying information in relation to the prospects of a new city in that region, and at the same time mingled with painful feelings at the loss of many valuable lives, in the attempt to land on different parts of the coast. The Sierra Nevada brings three passengers on her return, to one of whom we are indebted for the following particulars. It will be recollected that this vessel left San Francisco on the 2d inst., with thirty passengers and a fall caruo, having been despatched by Messrs. Annan, Lord & Co. She made a fine run up, but we did not understand in what number of days. She left at anchor in the B...

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Trinidad. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 April 1850

Trinidad. A correspondent of the Pacific News writes as follows : Galinda Point, Trinidad, } April 14, 1850. j Dear Sir — Knowing the interest the public of San Francisco take in this place, the doubts of many as to its existence, the predictions that a thousand ills would betide the early settlers if it ever were found, I beg to assure you that we are here, alive and well, and agreeably surprised at the beauty of the country, the fertility of the soil, the extent of the harbor and bay, with its belt of magnificent pine timber. The road to the mines is discovered and parties have arrived here with lots of " oro." Trinidad must "go ahead " and no mistake. Substantial wood buildings are springing up on every hand. The vessels here are the Galinda, the Mallory, the Gen. Morgan, the Ewing, U. S. cutter, and the Isabelle. This is the only safe landing place on this coast, and must become a city of no small import. The Galinda, Capt. Norton, attempted to land a whale boat about fifteen mi...

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Death of Lieut. Bache. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 April 1850

Death of Lieut. Bache. It was with feelings of the profoundest sorrow that we heard of the untimely death of the accomplished and brave Lieut. Bache, which occurred near Trinidad Bay, on the 27 th of March, while engaged in an attempt to effect a landing through the surf. The sad news caused a general feeling of gloom among our citizens, many of whom knew and esteemed him for his manly and .social virtues. Perhaps no citizen has come to California with more promising and exalted auspices than the subject of this notice. Descended from a line of ancestry revered in the annals of our national history, occupying an honorable situation in our naval service, he sought and obtained a short respite from duty, to enter into the vortex of enterprise in California. In November last he came to this port in command of the steamer Senator, from N. York to San Francisco, and seeking for objects which appeared most suitable, he took command of the brig John Dunlap on a voyage to the Sandwich Islan...

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Erin for lm. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 20 April 1850

Erin for lm. We clip from an exchange paper, the following letter, purporting to have been written to his "darlin," by a disappointed son of Ireland, who had emegrated to California. The ease with which it is written — the very want of any apparent attempt at giving it an Irish character, places it above most communications of the same class ; and the very naturalness in which it is conceived, is one of its chief excellencies : San Fransisky, Dec. Ist, 1849. Biddy Darlin ;' — I've been to the mines, bad luck to 'em. For sivin weeks, Biddy, acushla, I sarched the bowels of " terry firmer " for goold, and all I got was the disinterry, by rason of workin on aii empty stomick. The divil a thing to ate for brekfist, the same for dinner, and ditto repated for supper, an' all the time throwing up mud an' wathej, is mity wakening for the insides. Pitaytees was a dollar a pound, and no mate to be had but gristley bares, which is tuff customers. In cowld wether the craythurs — I mane the gris...

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