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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

BUSINESS GARDS. SAN FRANCISCO C All Bingliam, Reynolds, Bartlett & Co, Shipping and Com mlssJoii.Mur* Jmnjt* Sansomc street, iwirßrmaway; ap9 ■••:.'• __ SAN FRANCISCO. Revere V House, (John J. Rennie; Proprietor,) On Montgomery st., bet. Commercial and Clay, , ap9 SAN FRANCISCO. ■ .;.. JONES' HOTEL, (DAVID JONES PROPRIETOR.) Corner oj California and Sansome streets,, apH : SAN FRANCISCO. . DODGE & CO., Express Merchants and Banker*, GOLD DT7ST SHIPI-ED AT THE LOWEST RATES. ■ Office Montgomery street, ■ S ap9 Im* SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. Crowell, Haskell & Co., 5 Shipping and Commission Business, Clay street, opposite Leidesdorff, SAN FRANCISCO. Refer to— Clark & Milne, Sac. City. , ap9 . Henry B. Lafitte & Co., Auctioneers «S» General Common Merchants, Sansome st., between Clay and Washington sts., . SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. Days of sale — Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. - ■ ' ap9 Henry 11. Haiglit, Attorney at Law and Notary Public,...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. GARY FEEBELS. PRESTON H. LEE. JOS. P. HA.MELIN MISSOURI-STORE. PEEBELS, LEE & CO., Dealers in Groceries, ! Provisions, Liquors, Wines. Cigars, Tobacco, \ and Miners' Tools. Store on south side of J street, J in the brick building, above 4th. m! 9 M. and Mrs. Passenaudj FRENCH ARTISTS of the cities of New York 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 Krentli Perfumery, and of : the best ! qualities; and where they will find Curls, Braids, | &c, &c, &c, neatly made with taste ; and where is i also every thing that can be found in a high French Perfumery store. M. and Mrs: Passenaud are certain, in advance, j of satisfying the ladies who will honor them with a . visit. [a 23 lm] M. & Mrs. V. PASSENAUD. F. W. AMES. RICII'D men KANE'. J. M. MACKENZIE...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. j^yf-i^^r^' FREEMAN COS EXPRESS, SX@¥r£& CONNECTING WITH ADAMS ~-<^iKll^tfy]j' "& CO. to New Orleans,' New York, =3=S 7 :sw= ~ !B Boston, and all the principal cities 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 Marysville, by the steamers Senator, New World and Gov. Dana, having safes in their Express rooms on board, which are accompanied by faithful and experienced messengers. The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Saorainento city on the 14th and last day of, every month. Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. Offices : Sacramento — Second, between J and K. San Francisco— At Adams & Cos. ' Marysvillo — Ma...

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Xiivspapcr Circulation. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

Xiivspapcr Circulation. It must not be imagined by our caption that we are going into a historical consideration of the subject, or that we intend to delineate the practical detail of newspaper 1 publication. On the contrary, we are going to refer to the matter just so far as it concerns the " Daily Union," and a single feature of newspaper claptrap. When we became one of the fixtures of a printing establishment, we were so far unsophisticated as to know but very little of the kinds or degrees of humbuggery that belonged to Typedom. Two months' service. however, taught us the responsibility and toil of the editorial department, but it has as fully exhibited to our mind the spurious capital upon which " great" papers are predicated ; and we cannot consent to run riotously mad in patronising a system which contemplates deception, and achieves no- j thing but injury. We mean a reference solely to the miserable policy, not more irrational than it is disgusting to the initiated. of appro...

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The Nominations of the Democratic Convention. : I j I ; [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

The Nominations of the Democratic Convention. : I j I ; The delegates from this city, and many from other portions of the State, returned yesterday morning from Benicia, having succeeded in nominating candidates for State and Congressional offices. The discordant elements which at the outset of their proceedings, promised to interfere seriously with the harmony and good order, which should mark the deliberations of all public assemblies, were partially reconciled, and the party have now presented a free ticket, and heralded it to the world, accompanied by a flaming address, calling upon the Demoerary to rally around their standard with unbroken front On. the whole, their nominations are as judicious as they could have been made, and notwithstanding a number of them arc not entirely satisfactory to the views entertained by a portion of the party, still they will be likely to concentrate their strength'upon them, although their candidates will invariably be defeated when the day for t...

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Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

Common Council. Thursday Evening, May 22. Council met agreeably to adjournment. The Mayor presiding. Roll called, and full board adopted minutes of last meeting night. Resignation of A. J. McCarty, Capt. of the Police, was read and accepted. Bill of said Capt. for services amounting to $80,00. Referred to finance committee. Petition of B. P. Jacobs for police. Referred to committee on applications for office. Petitions from Fay & Co. to lay pipe from the river to their store, to conduct water to I said store. Prayer granted. Petition from Ormsby & Co. asking the I Council to allow them to establish a Ferry at the foot of I street. Referred to committee on contracts. Petition from Presly Welsh, asking a license to run a ferry from Sacramento City to Washington. Referred to committee on \ contracts. Petition from many citizens asking the Council to pass an ordinance to remove' goods, wares &c, from Front street, being a nuisences to the citizens of ...

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Additional Items from the States. 1 i | – [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

Additional Items from the States. 1 i | - Benton and; Blair. —The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, tells the following, which is too good, and besides too characteristic to be lost: Mr. Blair, of the Globe that was, hearing ofMrßenton's sickness, called on him the other day. He first met the ladies in the parlor, who told him that the.Colinel was sick in bed. and that the doctor had forbidden people to enter his room. Mr. Blair i thought that, as an old friend, he enjoyed ! the privilege of seeing Mr. Benton under all j circumstances, and accordingly rushed into-; his bed-chamber. There he was appalled to find Col. Benton sitting up in bed, bis face covered with scales and scars. "What in the namo of Heaven is the matter with you?" j •Nothing, sir," replied Col. Benton, putting j himself in hts usual Senatorial expounding attitude, patting with two fingers of his right j hand the palm of the left: small pox. sir, ha, j ha! Small pox. sir: small pox, ha. ha, ha!" ...

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BY THIS MORNING`S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

BY THIS MORNING`S BOAT. Tlirougk Freeman »fc Co.'« Express. The Senator arrived at her landing this morning at half-past 12 o'clock. Freeman & Co.. punctual as usual, was on hand with our Bay exchanges, from which we cut the following : Tut Ste.ather Antelope. —By a letter from the commander of the Antelope, addressed from Mazatlan. to Capt. F. Knight, we loam the particulars of the accident to the steamer Antelope. On Sunday, May 14th, while in lat. 27 dog. 28 mm. N., lon. 114deg.52 mm. \Y\, Ceros Island bearing NNW. dist. 30 miles, the arch of the starboard furnace gave way. the weights of the stirrups supporting it having burnt out and drawn, rendering the engine useless. The cry of fire was raised, and the flame issued frem the engine room reaching the upper deck. The fire was immediately extinguished, but it is a great wonder that the boiler did not collapse. The lire was hauled out of the furnace as soon U possible, and the great heat from it, set fire tetiiedeck. ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

Tub Pacific. -The Benefit of Miss Carpenter assembled by far the most brilliant bouse of the season. Every seat in the spacious theatre wa.s occupied, and when the fiur actress made her appearance, the audience not only testified their applause by lone • i 1 » r-> continued and hearty cheers, but showered down upon the stage boquetts innumerable. Romeo and .Juliet was the play performed, ml in which the peculiar (h inns of Miss Carpenter's acting were displayed to the greatest advantage. The balcony scene es[i 'dully was admirably given. The banner was presented to the firemen by Miss C. in a beautiful, appropriate and admirably delivered address, and received on behalf of the c mpanyby Mr. .1. 11. Scran ton. Ihe house was brilliantly represented by the ladies of our city, and the firemen app ared in full uniform, occupying the front s iats in the parquette. The receipts of the night amounted to the sum of £1.226. Serenade. —The firemen assembled in front of the Columbia ...

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COMMERCIAL RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

COMMERCIAL RECORD. SAN FRAX('Is*«'O MARKKT, M.iy 21.—A more lively business ims been transacted to-day—more goods are shipping for the interior. Barley lind erain are in pood request, and prices well sustained. Coffee is firm. The stock of supar being considerable, prices rather flag. There is very little (loins in pork or beef—the principal sales beinir clear moss in half bbls. Butter, of good quality, sells at very tull rates, while poor is neplected. Prime hams are in demand from Die. jo J9c; inferior, difficult of sale. Liquors in fair request. No movement in £tate stocks or city scrip ol importance.

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

MARINE INTELLIGENCE PORT OF SAX FIVAXCISCO. Arrived, May 23— Ship Sea Nymph, Hale, 157 ds fin .N. York; 1 passenger. . Br ship North Star, Palmer, tin London via Valparaiso, 45 ds:26 pass. •t^'iV.i* *■*** Ship Burlington, Cook, 68 da fin Talcahuana. Barque Harriet T. Dartlett, Marshall, fin N. York, via Oregon, 5 da • Brig Ruth, Hooper, C3fis fin Panama; 11 pass. Bremen brig Apollo, Hamblctun, 64 ds Em Callao; 14 passengers. . ''. : ~' - '-ji. French brig Georges, Briet, 56 ds fin Valparaiso. Brig Ann and Julia, Morton, 60 ds fin Realejo ; ."> pascengers. n\rj'- ' • ..... Cleared, May 21— Ship Ozark, Bartlctt, Calcutta. Mexican brig Yaqui, Luyatnaza, Valparaiso. Schr Laura Bevan, Pcirc'e, Sandwich Island. 'i. 111 r.tn.ia. Brigs Grecian and John Davis were to sail from Astoria for this port same day, and actor Josephine day following. The II T B discharged the whole of her cargo from New York at Oregon, but on hearing the news nt tlie late fire, the captain reshipped it fu...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. tOr .Votlcc — If Mr. EDWARD MENDEL, of Berlin, Prussia, will call upon Messrs.- Huerstie, Bilary & Albrecht, corner of Fifth and J streets, be will hear something from his friends at home, who are anxious to hear something of him. m 22 Kg- Xotice.— WASHINGTON R. PAYNE, late private in company E, 2d Reg. U. S. Dragoons, will hear of something to his advantage, by calling on R. Morgan French, at the City Post Office. m232t &g- UoartUtit; — Mrs. FORTINER having purchased the boarding establishment lately kept by Mrs. Warner, in Whitney's Brick Block, J street above Fifth, takes this opportunity to assure those who may give her their patronage, that the House will be kept up in the superior style of the late occupant, and nothing the market affords will be found wanting on her table. Charges moderate, my 23 St J)^- Slitter Hotel.— This well known House hay- j ing been refitted throughout, in a superior manner, will be re-opened to the public on T...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

SPRING RACES. SPltlXG' JSIEETLVG. ~ ~ Brighton Race Course, near Sacramento city— May 21st. 22d and 23d. U President— N. H. DAVIS. . STEWARDS. Cant Jehn A Slitter, C.ipt Joseph R Beard, Judge Tod Robinson, . Judge H F Washington, Maj Ben McCulloch, Gen Douglas, Jos Cogswell, Esa., Dr Ogden, J S Hambleton, l'sq., Col Geo McDougal, Maj Purdv, Ha pt McDowell. Judge— T 8 BATTELLE, Esq. THIRD DAY— Friday, May 23d. First Race— Silver Pitcher, valued at §150, for horses bred in California; two or more to make a race; catch weights. Entrance 10 per cent; single dash of a mile. bidw. Bouchard enters b. f. Peytona, James Willett enters c. f. Cuckle Burr. Colors— black and white. P. Bane enters b f. Spanish Needle. Colors— red and white. T. Wilson enters b. g. Henry. Colors — blue and white. McDonald enters b. f. Fanny Watson. Second — Jockey Club Purse $500, free for all; three or more to make a race; weight for age. Entrance 10 per cent. Mile heats best three in five. D. 11. Tidwell enters c...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY CLARK & MILNE. D. B. MILNE, AUCTIONEER. CLARK A MILNE will sell at their sales-room, on Front street, on THIS (Friday) DAY, May 23d, at 10 o'clock— 50 boxes Philadelpeia sugar cured hams stl 50 kegs Goshen butter ' 100 sack barley 7 bbls sugar cured hams 20 firkens Chester Co butter 20 bbls crushed sugar ~ . ■■- -30 half do do 5 bbls smoked beef 5 bbls sperm oil 3 bbls dried peaches 25 boxes hard soap ' 17 boxes chewing tobacco 45 bbls Sandwich I. syrup (> bbls do do 5 bbls 32 gal pkgs claret wine 10 half bbls herring ."> kegs brandy Monongahela whisky ■ 60 cases 10 lb ea brown sugar 12 doz ale 12 do/ mustard 12 sacks onions jjm 20 ska S 1 potatoes^ 100 ueet do ■ 100 mats Manila rice, 33J ea 3) cases ground coffee, 12 ea 60 cases champagne cider 40 doz painted pails . 1') half chests imperial tea 20 cases lemon syrup 9 M Casualidad cigars 10 M regalias ALSO 6) cases walnut catsup my 23 Notice. HAVING disposed of our entire stock in...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR & CO. FURNITURE AT AUCTION. THIS DAY. J. B. Starr & Co. will sell on FRIDAY. May 23, 1851. at 10 o'clock, A. M. the entire Furniture in the house now occupied by Mr. Lear, on J street, between Front and Se cond, over the store "occupied by Potter & Co. near the JFbodcock Eating Saloon. N. B. — Persons wishing to purchase, can call at the premises and examine the Furniture on the day of sale. Parlor. ; 1 mahogany toy back sofa, 1 U v ■'»■■' 1 , " ' rocking chair 1 large gilt mirror, 2 mahogany card tables 0 chairs 1 large parlor chandalier 1 Brussells carpet on floor 1 set of red damask curtains 1 extra parlor carpet, cost §200 3 white spittoons. Room No. 2. 1 rose wood armond, cost $475 1 double walnut bedstead 1 mahogany washstand 1 Chinese work table 1 large mirror 1 set of lace curtains 1 lot of floor matting 1 cane bottom chair 2 hair mattrasses and bedding 1 lot of wash basins and pitchers. Room No. 3. 1 mahogany...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY C. C. FL.AGG & CO. FRONT STREET, NEAR L. -, C. C. FLAGG & , CO., will sell THS (Friday) MOANING, May 22d, at 10 o'clock, the following: 100 boxes best sperm candles, 30 to 34 each , 25 boxes . do do " in half boxes •'.■": 500 gal* superior cherry brandy, 10 gals ea . 10 bbls extra mess pork , , 10 bbls extra dried apples 5 casks exeel't old port, 43iea • 25 bxs Chili figs, 30 lbs ea ■ '-' 50 cases lemon syrup : ' •.' 10 bbls dried peaches 1 cask Westphalia hams 51 half bbls lime juice 5 half boxes raisins ° 25 half boxes raisins 15 casks sherry cordial, ex 20 gal ea 10 kitts No 1 mackerel 12 do tongues and sounds - 2 bales chain, cider 11 dozen brooms 18 bbls white wine vinegar 5 doz long ban. shovels 20 doz scythes 100 lbs gr. pepper, fredi 2K) lbs gr. cloves do 10 lbs nutmegs, whole 8 bbls white wine vinegar 15 tins preserved potatoes, 112 ca 3 casks molasses, 20 ea 5 casks pale sherry, best 50 doz scyth rifles, best I'M) sacks onions 50 s...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 23 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. :fig2eC3J^ D 1* # W * H * THOMAS, Dentist. (f^HS3§H^of Now York city, having located •^M-i-IJL? himself permanently in the brick RoiT , on J street, between j3d and 4th, for the purpose of practising his profession of Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry, he would respectfully inform those Quiring the services ol 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 hi« professson necessary for the preservation and beauty of the teeth. ; \ . Dr. Thomas is prepared to furnish his patients a superior article of teeth from his large stock, and insert translucent incorruptible teeth, from one to a full set, which he guarantees cannot be surpassed for beauty of stylo or comfort to the patients. His gold plate he warrants of the purest and most durable kinds, being manufactured by himself from pure metals, without an alloy of silver or copper, he havj ing all the facilit...

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