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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

TEE DAILY UNION SACRAMENTO CITY, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1851. [Price 5 Cents. Vol. I.— No. 56.]

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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GENERAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. Religious Service *. — Cong keg a r ion ai. Church, 6th street, between I and J — Rev. J. A. Benton, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10£ o'clock a. M. aud 3 o'clock r. m. Methodist Episcopal Church, North, 7th st., , between L and M— Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Di- ' vino service every Sabbath at 10^ o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m. Methodist Episcopal Church South, 7th st., between J and X— Rev. Mr. Penniman, Pastor. Di- • vine service every Sabbath at 10| o'clock a. M. ' Baptist Church, N. E. corner of 7th and L sts— Roy. Benjamin Brierly, Pastor. Divine service every ] Sabbath at 10£ o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock r. m. Eoman Catholic Church, corner of 7th and X sts — Rev. John Ingoldsby, Pastor. Divine worship I on every Sabbath and Holiday, at 1(H o'clock a. m., and 4i p. m.; on other days at 7 o'clock a. K. Colored Methodist Church, 7th st., between G and H — Barney Fletcher, Pastor. Service every - Sabbath at 11 o'clock a m, and 3 and 7 pm. Masonic L&...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

■_ 1 ■ in I— m^— ".— —^ SICIXXER'S STEAM FLOURING MILLS, SECOND STREET, BETWEEN I. AND M. THESE mills are now in successful operation, and JL the powerful machinery employed enables the proprietor to execute all orders with a rapidity unequalled in the country. His bins are lined in such a manner as insures the purity of any article coming from his establishment; and his bolting apparatus is complete in every respect. All kinds of Spices ground and delivered on the , mo.* reasonable terms. Horse Feed always on hand. A3- The Saw Mill for ripping Lumber has been improved, and builders can depend uj-on having their orders promptly attended to. Card Wood sawed and delivered to order. A"Tirst rate Saw-Mill for sale, with two upright Saws. It car be had cheap by applying to ml 9 ROBERT SKINNER. HAVILAH COS DRUG STORE, T. A. THOMAS, SUPERINTENDENT. J street, between 3d and 4th, north side. THE above company have just received from the , States and now opened one of the largest and most com...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. JOSEPH R. BEARD. JB, STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. m! 9 CLAKK & MILNE, Auction and Commission VJ Merchants. Front st, between X and L. in! 9 RETTYMAN & BARROLL, Wholesale Auction and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between J and X .streets. m! 9 2m RHODES, STURGES & CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between J and K. m! 9 ENSLEY & MERRILL, Bankers and Exchange Brokers, 47 Second street, between J and K. m*9 Bankers. BEACH, WELLS & CO., Bankers, J street, near Second. m! 9 lm BF. HASTINGS & CO., Bankers and Commis- . sion Merchants. No. 51 J street. in! 9 lw HINKS & MACE, Exchange Brokers, J street, next door above Crescent City Hotel. m2B lm* ARTHUR W. FOOT!-:, Exchange Bank, 2d street, between J and K. m 23 lm «- : Bakers. WINKLE'S BAKERY, X street, betw...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Lawyers. . MARSHALL & STANLEY, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, and Real Estate Agents, Office on Ketreet, in Brick Building east of 2d. Also Notary Public and Commissioners for Connecticut and Maryland. m 9 3m J. CV& W. M. ZABRISKIE, Attorneys and • Counsellors at Law, Second St., opposite Tehama Theatre. .»"19 JOHNSON & FORM AN, Attorneys and CouhJ sellors at Law, Third street, four doors from J street. 5? 1 -?— BURNETT, EDWARDS & GASS, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, north side of J street, between 4th and sth, opposite the Oak. in2l lm* THOM, WARD & BLAIR, Attorneys . and X Counsellors at Law, J street, between Second and Third. - m 24 JB. MITCHEL, Notary Public and Conveyan- • Office at Myers & Co's, X street, next door to Post Office. Attends to the Renting of Houses and Collection of Rents. ap3 Miscellaneous. p-^-^fX Saddle and Harness Manufactory, AH^by lIUERSTEL, BILAY & A...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. SAN FRANCISCO CARDS. ~ Bingliam; Reynolds, Bartlett&Co, Shipping and Commission Merchants, Sunsome street, near Broadway, . ap9 SAN FRANCISCO. Revere House, (John J. Rennie, Proprietor?) On Montgomery st., bet. Commercial ami Clay, ap9 SAN FRANCISCO. h JONES' HOTEL, (DAVID JONES PROPRIETOR,) Coiner oj California anil Sansome streets, apf» SAN FRANCISCO. DODGE & CO., Express Merchants and Bankers, GOLD DUST SIItPPKn AT THE LOWEST RATES. Office Montgomery street, a p9 lm* SAN FRANCISCO, Cat. Crowcll, Haskell & Co., Shipping and Commission Business, Clay street, opposite I^idcsdorff, SAN FRANCISCO. Refer to— Clark & Milne, Sac. City. ap9 Henry B. Lafitte & Co., Auctioneers »V C>cii<>ral 1 0111 111'n Merchants, Sansome st., between Clay and Washington sts., SAN FRANCISCO, Cat. Days of — Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- .___ ap9 Henry H. llaight, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, .' ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. CARY PEEBELS. PRESTON H. LEE. - JOS. P. HAMELIN MISSOURI STORE.. PEEBELS, LEE & CO., Dealers in Groceries, Jr Provisions, Liquors, . Wines, Cigars, Tobacco, and Miners' Tools. Store on south side of J street, in the brick building, above 4th. m! 9 M. and Mrs. Passenaud, FRENCH ARTISTS of the cities of New York X. - and St Louis, have the honor of •' informing the Fashionable Ladies of the city of Sacramento, that they have at their store, on J street, between Front and Second streets, a large assortment of the Freshest French Perfumery, and of the best 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 iv a high French i Perfumery store. M. and* Mrs: Passenaud are certain, in advance, of satisfying the ladies who will honor them with a visit. [a 23 lm] M. & Mrs. V. PASSENAUD. F.W.AMES. RICII'D COCIIRANE. J. M. MACKENZIE. S...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. .£vf-£3M FREEMAN &COS EXPRESS, yWHWtIk CONNECTING WITH ADAMS -^mLvJ^Lj ' & CO. to New Orleans, New York, i -ra " -■■•"*— =^= Boston, and all the principal citie* and towns in the Atlantic States. Gold Dust forwarded and insured against all risks. Freeman & Co. alone are authorised to draw Bills of Exchange in Sacramento 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 ! Marysvillc, by the steamers Senator, New World j and Gov. Dana, having safes in their Express rooms I on board, which are accompanied by faithful and experienced messengers. . The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sacramento city on the 14th and last day of every month. Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. Offices: Sacramento — betweon JandK. San Francisco — At Adams & Co's, Marysville — Lane, corner Second st...

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ll»»i>oiisl»>il»ty of Public Olficeis. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

ll»»i>oiisl»>il»ty of Public Olficeis. The delegates who assemble at San Francisco on Monday next, have all an important and serious duty to perform. Not only is it incumbent upon them to put in nomination, faithful and true Whigs, but what is of infinitely more importance, honest, high-minded, distinguished and trustworthy men. Such there are in the ranks of the whig party, and the great confidence we have in the discretion and wisdom of those who have been delegated to represent the Whigs of this community, encourage us in the belief, that none others" will be selected by our Convention.— The lamentable example which we have had the past year, of men, not only incompetent and wholly unqualified for the offices which they have been called upon to fulfill, but of those who are unprincipled, corrupt, and entirely worthless, render it a matter of the very last importance that the delegates who are supposed to represent the will of their constituents, should selec...

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Editorial Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

Editorial Correspondence. San Francisco, 20th May 1851. My dear L.: I have employed myself today in making a general survey of the burned district of San Francisco, and I can assure you that my mind has been most agreeably enlisted in a prouder esteem and more exalted attachment for the enterprising people of this city, than when I made them the subjects of special eulogy weeks before the fire took place. In the same broad and emphatic sense in which I have frequently spoken of the exhaastless "old mines of California, do I now o speak of the inexhaustible enterprise and recuperative power of San Franciscans. From what 1 have seen this day, I am convinced that had I postponed my visit for six weeks longer, I should scarcely have known, except by the records, that the Commercial Metropolis of our country had been visited by a destructive conflagration. With suoh magic rapidity are the people in their almost superhuman power reproducing the stores and warehouses that formerly lined th...

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"-: The Great Races Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

"-: The Great Races Yesterday. '■-- At an early hour yesterday morning, the citizens of our pleasure loving town, were ready for the entertainments of the .day .--r. The old fashioned gig. and the new fashioned carriage, the light buggy, and the ponderous wagon were all in requisition, and long before the appoinfed hour for the races to commence the Pavilion was crowded, and the stands well filled with those who had assembled to witness the first opening of the Brighton Jockey Race Club;entertainments. A convenient staging was erected for the j accommodation of visitors, and the grounds ; were thrown open to "the million" for a mo-1 derate sum. At the sound of the bugle from the Judges' stand, the horses entered for the first purse came on to the track, and wo venture to say, that seldom in the Atlantic cities, have finer j or more beautiful animals ever been entered for prizes. Mr. Foster entered the gray gelding ito, 5 years old. Fanny, 5 years old, was entered by Mr. D. H. Tidwel...

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Farewell to Sacramento. For the Daily Union. ! j I ! i I [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

Farewell to Sacramento. For the Daily Union. ! j I ! i I When I call to mind, the many sad partings from friends, from loved ones, it seems to me they are so blightening in their influence, as to overcome the powers of calculating time, for Ifealas if I were either Ruth or Naomi of old, or that I had gone on board Noahs ark, and witnessed the last wave struggling with the surging billow. Indeed I can't help feeling as if I had already borne off the palm of old age from Methuzelah. If I only count back from the day I left my childhood home, the old beech trees, the spring that bubbled up its blue water, the pet lamb, my little brother's grave, and my dolls grave yard. So many sorrows have encircled me since, so many succeeding separations, that it does seem to me that these existed before the flood, and have left no vestage save in my heart, and that I am like the Wandering Jew, going on, on, on, doomed not to pause, yet long enough to form new ties, but to sever with each stride thr...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

BY THIS MORNING' S BOAT Throng* Freeman & Co.«« Express. The New World arrived last night at 12 o'clock. We are indebted to Mr. White of Freeman & Co.'s Express for letters and State papers. By a notice in the News it appears that Thomas G. Wells has ample means to discharge his liabilities. The steamer MoKim was to leave Panama for San Francisco on the sth inst. There were eight men of war lying in Panama harbor at the time the Tennessee left. Dr. Morse, the Senior Editor of the Union, and his lady, together with iJ/rs. Beard, the wife of our esteemed auctioneer, and a. number of other ladies whose names we were unable to learn, came up in the New World. There is very little news from San Francisco. J V.'i ; The News announces the death of Charles Whitcomb,- Esq., from injuries received at the great fire. > .'J ■ Bknicia Convention. — Wo are informed that the following persons have been nominated at the Benicia Convention : For Governor — John Big...

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Feuretmi Item*. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

Feuretmi Item*. J. R. Croskey, Esq. our Counsa] at Soothain]itim. bad been complimented by a public dinner, as a murk of respect fur trim, personally, as well as in his relations to the American Ocean Steam Navigation Compa- • ny. and for hia efforts to make Southampton the rendezvous of the steamers belonging to that company, England. — An addition to the royal family is expected, in 1 1 * + course of the month <>f May, being the eighth event ofthe kiml.sinco her majesty's marriage in LB3B. Strenuous efforts are being made to remove the Cunard steamers ('nun Liverpool, and a deputation left that city, <m the 28th inst., for London, to have an interview with the Government on the subject. The attempt, it is thought, will prove utterly futile. On the 26th inst., in pursuance <>f the terms of a public advertisement, "the American contributors tv the [nd ■stria! Exhibition, agents, and all others from the United States interested, ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

. ' MARRIED, At the private residence of I). D. Bullock, on tho 21st inst., by his Honor Judgo D. D. Bullock, James 1 1 arm k of .Missouri, to Mrs. Louisa E. Tikes late of Ohio, i©- Now York papers copy. fiST WlUg Central Committee The regular meeting of the above committee, will bo held on Friday Evening, 23d inst., at 8 o'clock, at the office of Kewen & Morrison. Every member -is particularly requested to bo present, as business of the utmost importance will bo considered. E. J. C. KEWEN, Ch'n. ■ •.'■_■ A. C. MONSON, Vice Ch'n. James Queen, .: ) « , J.A. Cogswell, 5 Scc 3 - mv 22

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COMMERCIAL RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

COMMERCIAL RECORD SACRAMENTO MARKET. Wednesday, May 21. The sales to.day both at wholesale'and retail, have been of considerable amount. The quantity of goods disposed of, amount to more than on any other previous day. The sale of J. B. Starr 4- Co., was the largest, and most general in variety of any "auction sale" we have had in some time. The attendance was uncommonly good, and the goods offered were disposed of at very fair prices. No change perccptable in prices. ■ Gold dust is freely offered ol good quality at $16 per ounce. Catalogue Sale bt J. B. Starr 4' Co, May 21, 1851. 50 i bbls mess pork, $8,38; Si 1 bids mess pork $4,37; Ml i bbls mess pork 4,00; 27 '. ■*>* >.. \. city mess pork, 6,33; 9 bbls loaf and crushed sugar, lt\<-; 138 | bbla No. 1 machcrel 2 621; "kits sword Bab, 1 50; #2 bozes ealeratus, &c $> Ib; 36 boxes saleratus 9Jc £• Ib; 4J boxes Balfiratus. 6*c (' Ib; 7 cases scollops ,■%■>',; 3 tiercel...

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 22 May 1851

MARINE INTELLIGENCE POUT OF SAJT PttANCISCO. Arrived, May 20— Pacific Mail Company's steamship Tennessee Lieut Tottcn, 19 dys fin Panama, via intermediate ports; 37.">pa»senees— 36 females Ship Eclipse, Hamilton, 124 days fin N York — 8 pass Phip Charlotte, Snow, 89ds fin Valparaiso Br ship Margaretta, Bailey, 61 da fin Hong Kong; 380 Chinese passengers. ' ; "*•■ Br ship Black Bagle, Duigan, 79 dys fin Launcestoß, VI)L; 4 passengers , _. . Chilian hark Henrique, Schwder, 58 dys fm Valparai! Bark Equator, Weir, id dys fa Callan; 14 paw Hamburg bark Malvina, Buth, 171 fin Liverpool, is B7bark U llel O en 9 8 Page, Church, *6 da fa Auckland, N /. via Tahiti 44d iys; 2 pass Br bark Fanny, Wallace, 143 ds fm St Andrews, New Br i\'ri" V V!.l'FnV,'i' 1 De Wolf, 5} dys fa Santa Barbara Bri" McLennan, Toner, 3 hours from Bolenas Bay Bcbr Falmouth, Wilson, 86dya fin Lahaina, Sandw Islands; 2 passengers Cleared, May 30— Ship James Perkins, Williams, Band Islands Ship lonia, Ranlett,...

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