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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

WINTER'S HOTEL, Main Mrtvt. Column, El l\)jaJo 6o MssWM 4r CVsrwwira, Prapnrtots. r|Mll> louu established and coin mo- ! dious Ifott 1 lias Seen thoroughly rr-;».,it r.i ond r< fir.i o tins weanon, and will now :'ur msli accommodations oi the fin*, order The chambers arc Uige and airy, as well applet- i •antly situated. The *aWe «ill be sapplted wlih everything the market afV.-i.is and the I bar w .; i the choice*! wines and liquor*. Stranj* m and Invalids will tvwi t!ir village of V'i»J».m.», in the heart of the gold region, oik of the nsi»st pleasant and healthful local. .1 11 in the state, and Winter's Hotel the vc r place to rt«t from their toils and welcome : returning lieslth. Cbj ;i:im. Juti- IS. 1831 je2o-tf What a Solve! I ABOUT ButeviUft, Pot»aa aud Bute City—all at l!ie head of steamboat navigation on lite acrarn< nto, and eu route tor Rcdding*s mines and Trinity rircr. Thai , all sounds very well, tut Miners and Traders m,! find great adv...

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
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Investigation of the Official Conduct of the President of the Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

Investigation of the Official Conduct of the President of the Common Council. Yesterday morning, just after nine o'clock, the counsel for both parties were present, and the committee of investigation—consisting of Councilmen Tweed, Moore, and Petttt—were prepared to listen to the testimony. Mr. Hoslep, on the part of the accusers^ stated that the counsel had been busily engaged during the preceding evening, but thai the specifications hud uot been entirely drawn up. He would, however, read as fur as they had been |»repared. Mr. Zahriskic, counsel for the accused, thought that the specifications should have been completely prepared before presenta- faou. Head from an article in the " Sacra. tnenta Transcript" nt ypsterduj morning', and asked who were the accusers. Mr. Kewcu, en the part of the accusers, looked upon th<-- accused as a trustee, and if he had violated his trust, the people were the accusers, the people were the sponsors in the matter ; and therefore the ar.ic...

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THE LAST TWO VETO MESSAGES OF MAYOR BIGELOW. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

THE LAST TWO VETO MESSAGES OF MAYOR BIGELOW. Mayor's Okkick, July 27tU, 1850. To (he Prtsidrnt and Common Council of Sacramento City. Gkntlemen:—The ordinance entitled "Ati Act concerning Fires and the Fire Depart-nif-nt,' is herewith returned to the Council with my objections thereto. I will remind the Council, that they have departed from established rule, in the use ot i the term "act" instead of "ordina~.ee." I draw attention thereto for the ptfrposc oC (jurirdinjT against like error for the future. I j aiso remind the Council of a like departure | from rule, in the use of the term " article" instead of " sec'ion." The second article [section] of the act [ordinance] is fraught with dungir in the extraordinary power conferred on the Chief Engiucer—powers wherevct and whenever exercised, properly belonging to the executive departmeut of government. The danger ot i conferring the power upon the Chief Engin- ! eer of " Mowing vp, tearing down, or otherwise destroying any house " is ...

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Proceedings of the City Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

Proceedings of the City Council. Tuesday Evening, July 31. Regular meeting. Present : President and Messrs. Moore. Mackenzie, Pettit, Spalding and Tweed. Aid. MoOfc requested to take the chair. President stated that as a committee of investigation weru now in session, examining charges made against him in his official capacity ; he requested permission from the Board to absent himself until said committee should report. Remarks were made by several of the members in opposition, and the President was induced to withdraw his request. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Aid. Mackenzie handed in a petition for Council to enact laws for the proper observance of the Sabbath Signed by a large numlter of citizens. Referred to a special committee. Chair appointed as said committee Messrs. Pettit, Strong and McKenziu. City Assessor handed in a report of the aggregate value of property in city, valued at $7,014,355 00. Report accepted. An ordinance supplemental to ordinance regulati...

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The Commerce of the Pacific and the East. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

The Commerce of the Pacific and the East. The vast commerce of the Pacific Ocean, instead of going to Europe by circuitous and dangerous routes, is destined, it is generally believed, to pass directly through the United States. This country is !o be the medium of this maguifieent trade. To give the reader an opportunity of estimating the"4miuenHty of those intereMs at a single glance, we publish the following tablo of the countries washed by the waters of the Pacific, with their respective populations, whose commerce may in time be controlled by the United States. These show an aggregate population of 439,---190,000 souks or about half the population of the globe. That population inhabit, countries stretching through every latitude and climate, and producing every variety of product known to the temperate and torrid zones, and also the most valuable staples of commerce. California was acquired by the United States at great expense, as the means to control this trade, and famish a ga...

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Last Cue of Monomania—Awful Tight Papers—Bellemere's Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

Last Cue of Monomania—Awful Tight Papers—Bellemere 's Speech. Not the least amusing circumstance connected with the last electioneering campuign m San Francisco, was the nomination of Mr. LOOM Bellemere, a little Frenchman, who plies the razor at the St. Francis Hotel. It commenced in joke, but the 'petite' barber soon took it in earnest. Parties of individuals would drop in to ask his seutimenis. Winch ever tide he took, there were some sure to applaud aud somo sure to object, until LoBM, in a vain attempt at " being all things to all men," would get into a complete turmoil of confused ihoagbt and not know whether he was upon his head or his heels. There were, however, a few subjects upon which all took the hint, and agreed upon to a man. The propriety of "perpendicular pole taxes on ships," "horizontal pole taxes on the streets," " licensing and inspecting," was unanimously concurred in, and Ihey became the hobby subjects upon which he deemed that he was to ride triumphantly into ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

7- >.■ ' US- E*- T»ui.v Tr*n«<R"-t v\* pm >■*■«'• <j» v mail,) in wlvHiin-. *>5 ; S.Vm»t<ii». l&finnH,. inarivMter, *tfi; Single ropirt,,q|S •'•• £7"TmM» or Anv>-r,ti«i!i«-W "" * luarr. (15 |-,Mr«. .>r u-.s.i fii«Jiusertioa,#4i Kuchnub«c,j»fiit invriinn, 9'i. tJr-Bo.)K Asr.TonPßlNTixc—Ot rvrry tlescrip Imm, executed in a ioperwr wanner, ami with «:, P sirii, at ifte Tran«onr<i office. OFMCfc— X v ri it. !»■; ■ fen 'M ami M r>nW YORK AOKNTV—M-ssri. Thompson & Hit«b#oek, Rf.-.it* ot «irr ? .»ry'« T-.xprr-. -„rnrr M W»JI B«d f»«r1 Stl**!*, !€•• > "rk- are ic«<m« tut Urn SacrAJiMMtu Tcau*cri|>i. Leucra, P»i>pr. a...: parr.N ..•>,! !,. !)..• c<ix<- of ih^ atwrf !.»'ii.il k< uioiiK-ii will be fotwarUed to tins otitce l.ytvr" 5 I 5-T-IVM.oni.Tri.h.iirtn forthrTmn*b&am...

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News from the Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

News from the Bay. jhe Election for Assistant Alderb held en Saturday hwt, resulted the election of Messrs. George W. Bl ,iid .lames Grant. Ike regularly m in»ted Democratic candidates.— foitowine are the MMHI; TV.UHS36. An add.-ess on Education hf IX U ''-agon. Kaq.. *RS delivered to an at,,ve t and «^ot a«<*'rn^- at tnr I „: W mBM Jaw * Wed , : i<: There arc alrea- - bods wel! attendand in sorrowful operation m San <abkvtr^h*>m ..—Another of \) ~ .v conservative o! , : , . is to be established mi- . tb< . g •: the branch of the „he( dwnreh, South, lately fedwtMsatf. It will be openj jar d» #»t tiwf next Sunday, in Koom.-Pac. New?. The steamer El Dts with a slicht accident to >nlf-. on her way to Stockton j y '-.- She was towed to Beciaby the Manposa last night. It -. ihoaght the damage will be repairib tk* c&mtm of a day or two — On Satarday. Coroner Gallagher m the bt»dy of Mr. trardner fonnd dt?ad in b...

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Latest from Stockton. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

Latest from Stockton. The Stockton Journal of the 27th has reached us. It speaks rather harfthiy of the conduct of wme of thiir dignitaries. The court has granted Stockton corporate powers, and the Journal congratulate* 'he ciiisetM that the plage is about to eai rge from its "tbxymiim state iota ;v tuil wringvd ciiv with all the honors, dignities, pttvileg«a fed., thereunto btlou^ing,'" and hopes that in less than two weeks n wi'l have ihe pleasure of congratu'atuigg his Honor the Mayor and ih* city Fathers, whoever they may be. The Journal states that although the Georgma was thirteen hour* in performing the trip between Stockton •ii,d Sacramento, still that hereafter it can be performed m ten easily. It proj>oscs that the Goorgina should be placed <mi the route between Sacramento City and Stockton, au? it deem* that Stockton would he much benefited should th:« be done. At a ma>s weetiag of the citizens hoi.lon at the il .dc Mexico on Sunday evenin...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

MARINE NEWS.

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Port of San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

Port of San Francisco. (Single __________ ) ARRIVED, May 27. Brig Ceres, Clark, 228 dys fm Portland. Me; schr Josephine, Burt, fm New Bedford; ship Europe. Plummer, 43 ds fm San Blas ; brig Hallowell. Noyce, 230 days fm Providence, R I ; bark Henry Keisey. Samson, 13 ds fm Boston, mdze to S F Hollbrook, Sacramento city, F W Samson. supercargo ; brig Thomas P Hart, Weston, 77 ds from Panama ; brig Mary A Jones, Dubs, 204 ds fm New Orleans : ship Elznide, Osgood, 18 ds fm Boston; ship Raritan, Holanes, 165 ds fm Boston ; shipWindsor Fay, Brewer, 163 ds fm Boston ; sloop J Barr, Barr, 175 ds fm Mystic; Conn. SPOKEN. April 23. in Straits of La Maire, ship Robert Burton, 59 ds fm Phil for San Francisco; June 30, lat 9 47 n lon 116 30, bk Ziagari, Eaton, Boston, Jan 15, for San Francisco, with a cargo of ice ; May 30, lat 18 30, long 113 18, ship Hercules, Madigan 189 ds fm Phil for do ; June 21. lat 55 n, long 113 30. brig Winthrop. Laueke, 130 ds from N Y, for do ; no date, lat 37, long...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

ryyjlS EVENING, July 31st, the ■■• will cutnineuce j^di lite Rllyjß ER'S WIFE, Aiark HedUfl^L. ¥...Mr.C**R. Tbome UnyCfoij X- /" |»"y 8»roo*y McFilll^V. *» Fairchild Brtarly J\-- " |{-d Kodey .X- :V M Odly K«w UedUyr- TMn^^- X Thome CointfTOung —by Mf^VMrchild. After tryth Mr C. II TJiflteje will pewon ate the l^MiA »/ Alexander tOUJrtut. To c'Jc\nic with ih« viuHevilro^of LOAN OK A UiVßttV Vem Mr. Bn?|^. Omguadv .Mf«. Thoroe|jr Prtte* v uwisl. •^ ownt of Citiueae laur^j*. sotUbic citber f«r private roo«n« <>' m»l«>m«' Alm, • tew ac«u Cfaiiiejw trunki, and jj 31 3t Levee, b«tw«ea I Md J.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

I AUCTION SALES. «^s* i lly B. llaiMinelt iTcdf m THOB. J. HANNA, VAMAdED BARLEY, m: » ? ••l" Bn" ThU Mo"»'"ff. >JMne,day, July 31* ai !l ,/clock, at our stjC- 7 100 m<kn b.rley, partly da/uged Also, at Aic »i inC an ,| p| a( . c^ 50 sprks^ottr, >»00 \\m each/ 30 quftrlr^bi.iih Hour W 10 half IjbMp.mr krout M 10 dot sup clianipa*e 90 c. > liiri^L j 2it BVKVB prt «kne M 40 bngii dried poVs m 500 Ibi Navy cheesW 10 bo\rs tobacco ML 10 eases bitters M 20 half bbU maAcrelX 20 1.8 casks inferior Frl^h brandy 20 dot extra Ar nhcrry wiflW 55 sets wao/i harness mule mm horse shoes 120 yards affp. ingrain carpet \ 117 yardMtair curpct \ 18 iv-iij/ninphor wood dfniug ÜblcaV 2 can and harness 50 rjpin.x letter paper 500 domeatic \ 50. (• tlnvnim cigHfs, and many other (pod* to close cotxHgamenta. Sale |>ositive and without rcuervr. jy3l It Xl« hM p. Ucrry, Auctioneer. DESIRABLE PROPERTY At Auction. On Wednesday, Augunt 7ih, at 12 o'clock, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

AUCTION BALEO. F [ By SB Starr * Co, AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. J fi Starr Sf Co. will Mil on Wednesday, -July 31st, at 9 o'clock, on the premises, at the Urge building on f< street, next to Uie Tayloo Company's start, the ibllowing property, to v.Unt> out a concern : 3 house imriipr, 13x40 5 ■' 12*26 •J " 15x85 1 " 155.11 l 1 •• 20*40 -ALSO— 1 Zinc Iliume, 15*20, complete " 10x12, do —ALBO— A largo lot of lumber, scantling and extra frame*. After which— China waro Brans camp kcttlen Pilot bread Window itafth and frames Nails Pat.*! doura I Cement Sloven i Furn icca N. n. The nbove good* belong to a com. pany which Mr. fclwell and otht-ra are interested lv, *<n<» On malU-rs have to be closed up. The »«!'. „' ; be positive, and Uke place on Ihc prriin.HiM. Terms, onuh. For further particular* apply to J BrtTAKR *CO., _3f_jySl) corn, r X and Front *treet. VALUA BL2 Ii\ rSJ N ESS .STAND AT AUCTION TIjTILL Ikj iQ|d at auction, on the lirht day ol...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

AUCTION SALES. Bjr D. B. Milne, Auctioneer. Valuable Real Astute AT AUCTION. On Monday, Aogust «th, will be Mold by U*tk & Milne, »t their auction roonit on I 1 rout stioet, between L and M— One lot on I, street, corner 3rd. 20x80 , ftpf, on which in erected Pgood two *tory building, IG«3^, with kitchen in the rear ; ■aid lioum lu.f a portico running out from the drid aUny iloor, fronting on L street. The building i# w. II finished iriaide and out, and substantially built. Also, llirue Lota adjoining, on L street each itOsbO. Alto, ono Lot adjoining, on 3d at., 20x80. Term* : One-third cash ; one-third in 30, and one third in 60 days. jy27 5t W. P. TrPUVfrnn, V. J Barrr.fl, i W. PRETTYMAN BAKKOM, 4. CO., A ACTION niul Corn in i^ion Mot- •**• chant*, and Centra! Denlcrw, Sacrarncnto City. jyH'J tf F)R. DOW'S DYSENTERY fc •"-* UIARKIIKA CORDIAL,—The safc«l over 2000 kmW .„ »acram«nlo cny wnboui aflvenuinjf, is pretty jrood erufeaca laaJ. by ad'""""f '<&g...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

MERCANTILE^ UE^TlTlitainXSOX & CO. r Sacramento. ELI H U WOO DRU F V & CO., COMMSSIOS MSRVHASTH, San Francisco. »n29 3m MJW WOOBRIfF. HKKftT E. KOtHION. ■estrs. llort Brothers, HSSER I L MERCHANTS, Front street, between 1 and J street*. m9-3m I TTiTcimr - ~ •■«■«<»«■ Clark * Ullne. i AVCTIOSf COMMiSSIO.\ MSRCHANTB, Irani street, betvvc. n L and M sta. mU3m * Sacra.nento Ctty- , ~"c. B. «iUlaslier, WAo>Mie and fte/ai/ Urorcr and Commts. j eiON AfrrrAnnf, Brick Building, on Front street, between M and N, SacraiucntoCity, KEEPS constantly on hand Groceries, Provisions and Minors' supplies, which he offers for sale at reasonable pricw, and to which the attention of miner* anrf the public is respectfully invited. Al», a large assortment of gejttpei r«ady made ClothingGoods received on cousigumeut Baggage Ac., stored on reasouable terms. m7-3m* ; i t. McDowell, Commisnom and Wholtftale Merchants, Near the corner ot J and Front streets, Saccram...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 31 July 1850

MECHANIC ARTS. George D. ttsegle, BRICKLAYUH AM) VHWKMAKER, SACRAMENTO CITY, GL7°"ls prepared to contract for all kind* of work iv masonry. Huviujf a good *tock of bruk« on han<l. lie i» ready to erect fire proot buildings. !wiW ovrus, p«' up eairancyt. »« grates, or do anything in hit line with which fee may be favored. Residence, corner llth anU K. m'-JlKlm JUSTUS A. WRIGHT, "~" Importer vf fine Gold and Silver Watchta, HLf ANU F A CTUR ES Diamond I *■'■*■ Broaches, Necklaces, Rings, aud Jewj dry of every deacriptioii. ( Wutchcji repaired in a neat manner and I warranted. More on J at, between Front and Second I streclK. n»l6 3m» Covert & Sadler, I House, Sign and Ornamental Painters, Thiru street, second door Irom J, JUST received 20,000 lbs. white lead; 300 gallons linseed oil; 8,000 feel German window glass; also, a large invoice ;iaper hanging*. Keep constantly on hand a general assortment ot 6ne colors, artista' tools, A-c. Orders Irani the country prom...

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