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

MERCANTILE. HENRY E. ROBINSON & CO.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sacramento. ELIHC WOODRUFF & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, San Francisco. m29 3m auarc woonarrr. hexh t aosixsox. Messr. Hort Brothers, General Merchants Front street, betwees I and J streets. m9-3m "7 ■. CLASS- *• * >»l*-N* Clark & Milne, AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS Front street, between L and M sts. m14 3m Sacramento City C. B. Gallagher, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Commission Merchant, Brick Building, on Front street, between M and N, Sacramento City, KEEPS constantly on hand Groceries. Provisions and Miners' supplies, which h* otßrs li*r sate at reasonable prices, aad to which the attenUon of miners and the public is respect lull* invited. Also, a large assortment ol genteel ready made Clothing. Gootis received oa cotrsignmeuL Baggage 4fC, stored on reasoaabk terms, m.-3in' T- MeDXiWRLL, Ossjurti«s:»a a-J WhoUmle Merchant*, 'Sear the corner of J and Front str...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 August 1850

MECHANIC ARTS. George D. Naegle, BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, SACRAMENTO CITY, •1.7*1« prepared lo eojirtact for all kinds at work m masonry. Hay a |ood stock ol bricks ou band, be i» n-ady to erect fire prool buildinf*. ' buila oveus, so apehimners, set grates, oi Oo aayihiast vi his hue wnA vraic* he way bo la- , \ored. Residence, eoraoi tlih aid F. ravvdm JUSTUS A. WRIGHT, Impatter »f A»c ffoW and Silver Watches, MANUFACTURERS Diamond , Broaches, Necklaces, Rings, and Jewelry of every description. Watches repaired in a neat manner and warranted. Store on J st., between Front and Second streets. mIG 3m* Covert & Sadler, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters, Third sUeel, second dour tioni J, JUST received 20,00U lbs. white ** lead; 300 gallons Imseed oil; B.UIKI itci Geraaaa window glass: ulso, a large invoice paper hangings. Ketp eoustaully on hand a general assortment ot tine colors, artists' tools, (Sec. Orders from the country promptly attended to. m' 2 3m SWEETSER A:...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 August 1850

DRUGGISTS, CHEMISTS, &c. DRS. WYDOWN & WATTS, DRUGGISTS & PHARMACEUtists, at the St. Louis and Mississippi Drug store, north-west corner of J and 3d streets, Sacramento city ; also, at Marysville, keep constantly on hand a well selected and extensive assortment of drugs, medicines, chemicals, paints, oils, dye stuffs, patent medicines and perfumery ; Townsend's Sands, Corbett's, Brown's, Bulls, Bristol's, Baileys aud Comstock's sarsaparilla; Osgood's cholagogue ; Ayers' cherry expectorant, and all the patent medicines of the day; sole agents for the sale of Dr. Billing's dysentery syrup, an article well known lo southerners. Wydown and Watts have purchased tbe patent riTht to sell * Dr. Andrews patent block spring truss," to Ihe coonties of Sacramento and Yuba, Physicians' prescriptions accurately prepared. Leeching done for physicians and others when ordered. Orders from the in.nes faithfully attended to. Just reOOtfOd and lor sale low— 200 lbs t...

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

REAL ESTATE FOE SALE RraßGlilS^^ THE suhscriher offers for sale 170 Valuable Building Lots in .Sacramento city. Persons desirous of investing Capital iv Heal Estate will probably find it to their advantage to avail themselves of an early opportunity of calling. Some of the lots are provided with comfortable houses, either for residences or places of business. The terms are ono-fourlh down, and Ihe remainder in 60, 90 und 120 days. Office in the Brick Building on Ihe corner ol J aud 2d streets, above Wurbass A Co's Banking House. jvll-lni E. J- V. KKWKN. DR. \VM. GROVE DEAL'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE is on the east side of Fourth, between J and X sts*. Auy business connected with real estate en trusted to him v. ill be attended to. He has now the following desirable real estate for sale : 1 house and lot, 20x160, for sale or lease, on X, between 7th and Bth streets. 1 house, two story, and lot 30x80, for sale, on Third, between X and L streets. 1 house, three story, and lot 20x10, for sale...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 August 1850

TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY I PaclOc Hltsil Steamalilp Com- J pony* steamship Company's steamer Panama, D. G Bailey, E»o., Commander, will have for Panama, touching ot tho usual porta, on | Thursday Au^iiHt Ist, lias), «t ii W< M< Treasure f'.-r slupmeut reo«iv«d at the Company's Olliee, f^t of HowisotTsj Ph , sacriimtnto street, on Tikm.li/ }otil, sod Welntsday 3lst, until 4P. M. Ptts*Mn»'fare re.juesfcd to be on board at BOON oi B«S day of departure. The Panama will «Mined with tbe IT. S. Mail staamt-r C*n rok< <, to leave Chagres on arrival of the poJaeafOfs and treasure. The imdcn.igned arc prepared lo give drafts on Messrs Howland and A*tpinw«ll, New York, on the most favorable term*, and have open polities of insurance by each steamer to the ciUnt of $500,000, to cover sbipmsnts of gold dust to the Uuited States, Of the Bank of England, jyl9-12 Robinson, Bis.«ELL A Co. Lawn l*lne Paeifle Steamers FOR PANAMA. j. - THE Steamer Co- | leans an...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 August 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. James Plerpont, DAUUERREOTMPE ARTIST, Over Woodruff's Jewelry store, Clay street San Francisco jyil-tf ttIMMONS, LILLY Sc CO. may fca found at their new warehouse, sacrarricnto street wharf. San Francisco, June 17, 1850. jf 19-tf If X CHANGE AND l>,\NKl.v,, -*-* lIULSE.—Thc undersigned, in connee. ieo w.th Mcsm-b. PAGE A; BACON, of Louis, Missouri, have osfsatd an Lxehane* and Banking House in this city, and will he j... \titt'\ at till times to purchase Gold Lmt ..r,d Bullion, at the best market rates, andhj furnish sight and lime Exchange on all the pfoiiij!.! I.i points hi the States. PAGE, I;AU>N «* CO, Cl*/ *! , betweea Kearney aud Montgomery ■trett- jy6 In, - *—*-«Wham *&■■<-*— —r- j ■ -■- -- , | „ _„. " " < ( RICHMOND Si CiXTWHOLESALE and Retail Dealeia in Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles choice I - „,-n, Ac. Also. Agents f„ r •(,.' ' Sand*' uod T«.wn*eiid « *ar*ap.rij a U duni Csobjffoftte, Wjrokoop'a Tom...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED*. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, AUGUST 2, 1850. NUMBER 79.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

The Nicaragua Treaty. — The Nicaragua treaty has, we are glad to learn, been finally ratified. The National Intelligencer of Monday has the following: ¶ "It gives us pleasure to say to our renders that authentic information has reached this Government of the full approval by the British Government of the treaty happily concluded in this city between Mr. Secretary Clayton and Sir Henry Bulwer, for the adjustment of ail points of the Nicaragua question, as between the Government ol the United States and that of Great Britain. This treaty, as our readers generally know, was approvedc by the Senate of the United States several weeks ago. The ratification of it by the British Governnent may be expected here by one of the earliest steamers ; and upon the exchange of the ratifications of the respective Governments, it will doubtless be officially proclaimed." Cuba, next to Sicily, is the most rich, luxuriant and lovely spot on the face of the earth. The ignorant, indolent and enervated Spa...

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

EXCHANGE BROKERS. ' - GOLD DUST INSURED. [ SHIPMENTS of Gold Dust, Coin »? ! or Bullion, , through to NEW YORK, and the Eastern States, including the risk of crossing the Isthmus. — insured under policies in the .'.v -'i . ;-: ... .': ;.. Atlantic Mutual, Sun Mutual, and General Mutual Insurance Companies * i_l3j :i:.of New York, ■ . \ AttheloWeStral % b E WEY^ SMITH, Exchange Brokers, J street, between 4th and jylT-tf .•- ■'.■■-■ ' - [sth streets.;. BARTON LEE W. A. BAKEU. DR. JAS. PEAESo.N. Barton Lee, Baker &- Co., BANKERS, Drawers of Exchange Assay ers of Gold. '-■ ■:-. '. '. •■: :1 -: •:•j - 1 (Dr. Pearson,- Assjyer,) . Office 2d street, between I and J. " Sacramento City, June 22d, 1851) •• ii. , Henley, & Co., Banking, Exchange, Deposit and Discount •Office, Front st., next door to gutter Hotel. J THOS. J. II EN LEY, Indiana. . O. Mcknight, Ohio. ; ■ 1 . j i my 3o tf S.C. HASTINGS, lowa. EXCHANGE ON— -■^ BOSTON, „ ST. LOUIS, PNEW YORK, "CHARLESTON.S.CP...

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

! EXi'HtiSS LINES. : - CO-PARTNERSHIP. - » nnHE : undersigned 5 have [ formed a ■*• . co-partnership for the transaction of. an Express, and general forwarding and commission business, ' between san : Fraucisco, : sac-, ramento city, and ti.e mines, under the name and style ol Hawley & co. ■»S«&an9.»Afi T. R. HAWLEY, U 7iio ■■■:■■ J. M. FREE -lAN. Sacramento city, July 4, 1850. ' fjyB HAWLEY & CO 'S EXPRESS ROM i Sacramento City and the ■ mines to the Atlantic states and Europe — .he only firm 111 sacrarncnio city connecting with the well known express of Ad - ams <y co, at sail "Francisco, tor the liausmission of gold dust, Coin, &c, to and from the above places. Gold dust ' and coin forwarded to London via Panama, and insured against all risks until delivered at the i!..uk of England. 11. &co, collect c notes, bills,' tj-c., forward- letters, purchase goods, and attend promptly to all the usual business of an E...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

MECHANIC ARTS. vi ' ISvJSi George D. Kaegie^ BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, .;,^.,- , SACRAMENTO CITY, r: ; ; H .-" IT* Is' prepared to contract for all kinds of work in masonry. , | Having a good , stock of bricks on land, he is ready to erect fire proof buildings, uuiiu ovens, put. up chimneys, set grates, or do aiiyianig 111 i, 13 lie with which he may be liivorej. ; KesiUeuce, comer 1 lth and K. m^yam •" JUSTUS A. WRIGHT, :1 ' Importer of fine Gold and .Silver Watches; jV[ A xYU FA CTURES; Diamond , j T Hrcac-hcs, Necklaces," Kings, and Jew-, elry -of every description. ~ Watches repaired in a heat manner and warranted. . , .>,»;! " iStorc on J st., between Front and Second sln-cls . i[i ■■ . ; itil6 3in* " Covert & Sadler, House, I Sign and Ornamental ; Painters, Third street, second door irom J, TUST ; received 20,000 lbs. white *^ lead; 300 gallons linseed oil; 8,001) feet German window glass; also, a large invoice paper hangings. Keep constantly on hand a ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY Law's i: Line Pacific Steamers ant! ..; ,; vi FOR PANAMA. ■V-" "Ui»m j.^L *. THE -Steamer Co«3&^tt^ r^^ lumhus, Capt. Peck, T*T^B|«b IJt^' ln\ t wi " leave SanFran $$ i"4k- K/i ISi v^> c ' sco <^ Au?- 15 ' 1850 j^JaJJSg^ s ML»^ > for Panama.' Thro' ■ ;^^gg»«^»n6tfM'fejgS3' ticki:ts for NewOrt leans and New York,, can be procured: on application to , OLIVER ' CH LICK, | '" ' Agent of the line. ■■ ; -'Office-foot Jackson striel,San Francisro. 1 N. B. The Columbus will connect with the steamer Fait on, that .leaves .Glugres.. Sept. 13th. Gold dust taken at reduced rates. jy3o I4t :! : ; ; ; :■ V- "-' ='-'' (.;, Daily JLiue or . Steamers , lo For. San Francisco. ■ ' y^. ,A Steamer GOLD Jijfej* £"^3 Sk HUNTER leaver A'i "7 !wfii>d f° ot of M street, 2 T !•■: day, " ; - Ti.rsiy, Saturday. Steamer Me KIM leaves the same place, at 3 o'clock, on Monday?, Wednesdays, - :.:.:. mon Fr diys. :; ., „..-... lh Simmons Hu...

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Investigation of the Official Conduct of tlic President of the Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

Investigation of the Official Conduct of tlic President of the Common Council. (Before Committee of Investigation from Common Council.) Second Day — August 2d. Fourth charge came in order, to wit: That the said President ol the Common Council is guilty of official misconduct, in attempting to injure and impair the credit of the corporation of Sacramento City. Counsel for accusers called Mr. Bigelow as witness. Mr. Gibson came to me [Bigelow J and requested me to take up his note of $960, which he held against the city. I directed him to call on the President of the Common Council and gut his warrant. Mr. Gibson afterwards returned to me, and stated that be had called on the President of the Council, and he had refused to give a warrant. The President stated that he had no authority to give warrants. The note which Gibson held against the city was given him by the Mayor, by authority from the Common Council. The money was borrowed of Gibson to build a temporary levee last spring. I b...

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The Overland Emigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

The Overland Emigrants. The following letter has been kindly furnished us for publication. It contains some good suggestions : Bear River, July 31. Col. F. Foreman — Dear Sir: I have just met with several respectable gentlemen in from the Plains. They all concur in the statement that there is but little grass upon Humboldt river, and that, in two or three weeks from this time, there will be absolutely none at all ; consequently there is no food to sustain the emigrant stock. They cannot resort to their flesh for food, for the good reason, that the stock, already much exhausted, cannot travel far down that river without some kind of forage to sustain animal life. Some pretend to believe that, when the water recedes from the bottoms, the grass will spring up in sufficient | quantity to sustain a large amount of stock. This would be the case early in the season, when showers are daily falling and the ground moist. But any one acquainted with the country will tell you that it is quite d...

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Views of ilie Press Below. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

Views of ilie Press Below. The following communication relates to an article which was copied into out paper yesterday from the " Alta Californian." We were aware that the article made extreme statements in regard to the right of way being contested. But it contained some good suggestions, by a writer who has lived in Louisiana, and has had opportunities of knowing what are the legal rights of parties refusing to yield the rights of way. It served also to show how the prospects of Sacramento are injured abroad, by the difficulty we have in getting the Levee question settled, and the v/ork commenced : [Communicated.] ♦' Nearly every square foot of ground included in the survey of the Levee, has been refused by the agents or owners thereof, and the right of way is contested from one extreme of the line of work to the other." ll ow did such a report get out— on what information is it based— why are not facts given by the council ?" So far as the line of the levee in front of and throug...

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From the Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

From the Bay. Planking the Streets. — We see that the first step towards planking the streets, has been in Commerce street. Private enterprise seems to have got the start of Aldermanic activity. — [Herald. Run Aground. — The steamer McKirn run aground about half way between Sacramento and this city, Monday night. She was got off after a delay of three or four hours, without damage. — [News. The New Custom House. — The British ship Carthagena, from Liverpool, which arrived yesterday, has on board an extensive iron house, ordered some time since by our government, to be used as the Custom House for this port — [Alta. Amusement Coming. — The New York Serena ders comprising five performers who were here last winter, have just returned from the Sandwich Island, and intend giving a few of their interesting performances at the Bryant House. The first entertainment will take place to-morrow evening. — [Alta. A dead body, lying upon the Plaza yesterday afternoon, attracted a crowd of spectat...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, Ship Saratoga, fm N V, Feb 6, and Valparaiso, May 30; ship Cabot, Sewall, 196 ds fm N V; bark Wliiton, Hurt, 28 ds Im Mazatlan. mdze to Simmons, Uutchinson & Co; ship Robert Bower., Cameron, 14 ds fm Nisquaily, O T; bark Abagun, Burgess, leu ds fm N V; brig John Davis, Letnont,22Uds fm Bath, Me; bark America, Lewis, 163 ds fm Baltimore; brig Mary Ellen, Gregory; 152 ds I'm Salem; brig Winthrop, Laincke, 141 ds N V; brig Sw insure, Kempton, 200 ds fm Boston, via Si. Catharines, Mch 16; ship Alexandria, Walker, 180 ds fm Baltimore, via Valparaiso. Mutual Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, The members of the company are requested to attend the regular monthly meeting on Friday (this) evening, Aug. 3d, at £ o'clock, at the store ol' Langley & Afolenaor, 17 J street. Punctual attendance requested. By order of HIRAM ARENTS, Foreman. llxxry G. Langley. Secy

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