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BY THIS MORNING BOAT [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

BY THIS MORNING BOAT Through Freeman & Co.'s Express. :f : ii _^ The New World arrived about 1 o'clock this morning. We are informed by Mr. White, the polite messenger of Freeman & Co., that just as the boat was leaving, a riot broke out on the corner of • Battery and Pacific streets. A building in process of erection was destroyed by the mob. The steamer Columbus has just arrived from Panama with 340 passengers, 55 of whom are ladies. The vessel grounded at the entrance of the harbor. The ship Daedalus, of the .British Navy, was at Honolulu at the last accounts. She is one of the vessels commissioned by the British Government to prosecute the third search for Sir John Franklin. The U. S. sloop-of-war Falmouth, Commander Pettigru. arrived at the Bay on Thursday from the Fejee Islands. She has been absent upwards of eight months, dur ing which time she has visited the Sandwich Islands, the Marquesas group, the Society Islands, and the Navigators Sonora Electio...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

To our San Francisco Visitors. — The New World (Capt. Hutchins) will be detained this day until 5 o'clock, for the purpose of accommodating our San Francisco visitors who remain over to witness the races. Trie as Truth. — We are naturally disposed to love what gives us pleasure, and what more pleasing than a beautiful face — when we know no harm of the possessor at loasrf A littlf girl loves her bird. — Why' — Because it lives and feels, because it is helpless and harmless. A toad, likewise. lives and feels, and is equally helpless and harmless: but though she would not hurt a toad, she cannot love it like the bird with it< graceful form, soft feathers, and bright, speaking eves. If a woman is fair and amiable, she is praised for both qualities, bat especially the former, by the bulk of mankind; it, on the other hand, she is disagreeable in person and character, her plainness is commonly inveighed against as her greatest crime, because to common observers, it gives the gr...

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COMMERCIAL RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

COMMERCIAL RECORD SACRAMENTO MARKET. Friday, May 23. Sales of merchandise to-day have been quite limited in all branches of trade. The races for the last few days has engrossed the attention of teamsters as well as merchants, and business has been very dull. We cannot quote any decided change in the prices; neither do we observe any speculative movement in any particular article. Barley has fallen off in price, and in demand. Flour remains firm. Harness and saddlery goods, of all descriptions, are very much wanted, and are paying handsome profits. Brooms, pails, wooden and tin ware, are selling at advance prices. Rumors are in circulation with regard to the improvement of one class of county scrip, and the depression or another. City scrip— little doing. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, May 22d.— markets, to-day, have shown no.important change. The business doing is confined to actual wants for consumption, which demand is quite considerable in the grocery line, clothing, furniture, .Jr. The a...

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

MARINE INTELLIGENCE PORT O*' SAN P*tA»C:SOO. - f Arrived, May 22d— U B *loop-of-war Falmouth, Capt Pettigrew, 65 ds fin Fejce Islands. Sp ship Herman Cortes, Juan, 56 (Is ftn Ladrone Is. Hr barque Thetis; ("ass, 93 d-< fin Hong Hong. Isr barque Wni .Melville, ilubbard, 69 ds fin Hobart Town. Hr barque Jessie Byrne, Baker, 147 ds fin Cork. Brig Wyandott, Bush, 22 ds lm Molakia, S I Brig Cameo, White, 112 ds fm Sydney. Chilian brig Madelina, Paris, 29 days fin San Bias. Three masted schr Oaprey, Greiggs, 94 days fin Hobart Town. Schr Col Fanning, Cathrart, 29 ds fm I,ahaina. - Sciir Warsaw, baker, 45 An lm Marquesas Islands, Criilni, May 22— Ship Florida, Niekenoa. Calcutta. Br barque Novelty, Harrison, Sydney. Barque Southerner, : Hooper, Valparaiso.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

DIED, On the 15tb of May, at Weber's Creek, Abraham Phtffeu, aged 60 years. Mr. Shuffer was from New Lisbon. Ohio. jq^- SRC-ramciito Kii-im- Co. No. 3.— The members of this company are requested to attend a metting at the Engine House on Second street, THIS (Saturday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Punctual attendance ii requested. J. R. BEARD, Foreman. R. O. Selfridge, Scc'y. >ny24

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. jjgr Notice— lf Mr. EDWARD MENDEL, of Berlin, Prussia, will call upon Messrs. Huerstie, Bilary & Albrecht, corner of Fifth and J streets, he will hear something from his friends at home, who arc anxious to hear something of him. * m 22 #3- Notice.— 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 MS- Boarding—Mrs. FOTHERINGHAM having purchased the boarding establishment lately kept by Mrs. Warner, in Whitney's Brick Block, J street above Fourth, 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 3t {fCj~ Sutter Hotel. — well known House having been refitted throughout, in a superior manner, will be re-opened to the public on Tuesday, May 6th, by...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY BERRY, BLISS & CO. RICHARD N. BE BUY, AUCTION'R. On Tills Day, May iHU, at \lO o'clock, - - AT NEW BRICK STOKE, LEVEE, ' . 40 , boxes sperm candles : 100 small boxes sup sweet leaf tobacco ">s.^" 3,000 lbs onions ; -. 30 cans sup Imperial tea 20 doz Baft, spiced oysters 50 cases , superior whisky 30,000 Havana cigars 20,000 lbs barley, fresh, Chili 50 half sacks Chili flour 5,000 lbs hams 40 kegs butter ' 3 half bbls butter 1 200 tins lard, extra i 4,000 lbs Manila sugar i 8,000 lbs sweet potatoes -'• i dried apples, soap, lemon syrup i 1 bbl lime juice ' cherry brandy, brandy cherries i I 2,000, lbs superior ground coffee 3,000 lbs crushed sugar i 5 bbls lamp oil, pure sperm I sugar house syrup, hams,&c > LOT SUNDRIES. : I Spices, hardware, ground coffee, shovels, &c.. ; Port wine, claret do, madeira do,' port wine, in \ kegs, &c, &c. niy!4 R. N. BERRY, Auct'r. _ BY BERRY, BLISS &...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR & CO. CATALOGUE SALE. J. B. SARR & CO. will hold their next regular catalogue sale on MONDAY next, the 26th in-t., at store; Frot street. " " Persons having goods for sale, will please ; send in their invoices previous to Saturday afternoon. my 23 ". J. B. STARR & CO. : BY J. B. STARR & CO. A T PRIVA TE SALE, A GRIST MILL, SAW MILL, &c« Two buildings, containing , a grist mill and saw mill, located at Benicia on a water lot, at the : outer line of which the water is nine feet deep. The building containing the grist mill is 40x20 feet, and two stories and half high. The one containing the saw mill is 20x60, and two stories high; the saw mill all complete and now running. The grist mill machinery is ready to be fitted \ up, which can bo done at 3mall expense. Also, an engine of 20 horse power, one .upright saw and two circular saws; a planeing, tonguinguud grooving machine; one turning lathe— all...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY CLARK & MILNE. D. B. MILNE, AUCTIONEER. ■ CLARK & MILNE will sell at their sales-room, on Front street; on THIS (Saturday) DAY, J May 24th. at 10 o'clock— -0.150 sacks A No 1 Chili barley ; 100 sacks Chili flour ; 45 bbls Stuart's crushed SBgar v 4O hf bblsdo > do .do 25 kegs cucumber pickles, 5 galls ea -: ' . 25 do pickled peaches, 5 galls ea ' ..' Vy*. 64 boxes premium hams, very fine 16 bblst Cincinnati do 40 sacks Chili beans • 54 boxes English dairy cheese ' 12 bbls Monungabela whisky, high proof 7 bbls American brandy >* 45 bbls sugar hous syrup : ■'■! 75 eases champagne cider ; 25 firkens Chester co. butter, 100 Ibsen 50 kegs Goshen . - .do 15 lb to 25 ea 75 mats Manila rico 4 bbls extra smoked beef .3 bbls dried peaches 40""eaiis ground coffee 2<i dozen painted paiLs ,' B 20 . cases lemon syrup jg "40 cases chewing tobacco . 10 half bbls herrings • 5 kegs cherry brandy. 10 gal 10 kegs Orange co. butt...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. • MWZSm^ »K. AY. H.THOMAS, Dentist. (Tp£3!|ggjLof -New York city, having located himself permanently in the Brick Ro# t on J street,. between 3d and 4th, for the purpose of practising his profession of Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry, be would respectfully inform those requiring the services ©t a skilful and experienced Dentist, that he is prepared to perform m the most tnorough manner, and on the latest and most approved principles, all operation! in his prefesason necessary for the preservation and Uauty of the teeth. * ; Dr. Thomas is prepared to feirnwh his patients a superior article of teeth from his large stock, and insert translucent ' incorruptible teeth, from one to » full set, which he guarantees ; cannot be surpassed for beauty of style or comfort to tho patients. Ilk gold plate he warrants of the purest and most durable kinds, being manufactured by himself from pur* metals, without an alloy of silver or copper, he having all the facilities of taking th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

STATE JLAWS ! _ == A BUi lor an Act to incorporate the City of "*.' Sacramento. Tfu People of the State of Cffornh • '"^f *' '» Sciucwd Assembly, da mad asjvuows: Sec 1 All that tract of land lying within the limits and boundaries hereinafter mentioned, that is to say: Beginning at the junction of the American Fork With the Sacramento river to V street, as designated on the map or plan of Sacramento city on file in the Recorder office, in said city: thence .along said V street, east, to the point where the said V street intersects Thirty-first street, as designated on said map: thence along the said Thirty-first street until the same intersects the American Fork: thence along the American Fork to the beginning: the said , boundaries extending to the middle of said | Sacramento river and American Fork, shall ; be known by the name of li The City of Sacramento." Sec. 2. The present city government shall continue in office until the election and qualification of the office to be electe...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

STATE LAWS. any street, house or place of the city, and may by ordinance provide for the formation id' ■■ a "chain gang," for persons convicted of crime ; they shall fix a tariff of fees for the direction of all officers that may be by ordinonce required to charge and collect fees, specifying the fee which shall be charged for each particular item of service, ard p pass such other by-laws and ordinances, for the regulation and police of said city, as they may deem necessary. All by-laws" and ordinances shall be published in some newspaper printed in the city. Sec. 8. All legal process against the city shall be served on the Mayor, and in his absence on the Mayor pro tan. Sec. 9. In no case shall the corporation be garnisheed for any debts due. or to become due. by said corporation, on contracts for city improvements, except for debts incurred for said improvements. And all tools and other property, while being used upon any public improvement in the city. >liall be exempt...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE OR TO LET, MThe store now occupied by the subscribers, on J street, near 4th, north side. It is 20 by ») feet deep, the main building 30 feet deep, being two stories high. The lot is 20 by 160 feet deep, 80 feet of which is open in the rear of the store, for the delivery and storage of goods; apply on the premises. LEWIS & BAYLEY, myl tf J street, near 4th. FOR SALE, MThe store now occupied by Messrs. Iluntington, Hammond & Co, situated ou J street, between 2<l and 3d »ts, consisting of a Lot one hundred and sixty feet deep, and STORE, with a good warehouse in the rear, to be sold subject to a lease held by tho preseut occupants. For particulars, apply to Blossom & Ogobn, mylO tf Levee street, between X and L sts. HOTEL TO LET. MThe well known hotel, "Pavilion," situated in the town of Brighton, on the banks of the American river, will be rented low to a good tennnt, and the buildings put in first rate order. Th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. HARDWARE 1 AND IRON -STORE. WATSON & BISCOE, til 159 J street, 3 doors - below 6th, north side, '' : ' IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN : ' : Foreign and Domestic Hardware, jT\ <&*£& Cutlery, Tennessee, Swedes Bar, Sheet (^t| _>§£_ and Boiler Iron; Cast, German, Eng- vl/ ** v lish Blister and Shear Steel, &c,4'c. \ Have in store, and are constantly receiving from Europe, Eastern and Southern States, fresh supplies, carefully selected, of every thing in their line. They invite the attention of country dealers, miners, and mechanics of this city to their large and well assorted stock, of which tho following comprises a part: Best Tennessee iron, round, square and flat; Best Pennsylvania boiler plate iron; Nail rod, horse shoe and sheet iron; Cast, German, blister and shear steel; Cut nails, tacks, horso shoe nails; Pit, mill and cross-cut saws; Butcher, compass and back saws; Mill, pit, hand-saw and smiths' ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. .R. A. KSOX. E. N. FISH. O. 11. SWINERTON. R. A. KNOX & CO., Tin, Sheet Iron _ and Copper Manufacturers, . . No. 201 / street, Sacramento City. L[k Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in j^ £jB| COOKING. rARLOR Ie SHEET IRON STOVES,^^*, kSX Stove Pipe, Tin, Copper and Iron V^)^ ■ • - Pumps, Lead Pipe, &c. j . MINE AND TRADERS Supplied with picks, shovels, crow bars, pans, dip pers, coffee pots, camp kettles, &c. - — ■ . ;jBs" Jobbing of every description done to order, at the shortest notice, and warranted to give satisfaction. a 24tf REMOVAL OP THE CITY SHOE STORE THE subscriber has removed into one of the Brick Stores built by Brown, Henry &, Co., two doors below stand, and taken as a partner A. K. P. Harmon, and will continue: his formerbusiness, under the name of : T. S. MITCHELL & CO., , and would take this opportunity to tender his thanks to his friends and customers, for the very liberal patronage they have ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 24 May 1851

PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED FOR THE " DAILY UNION," BY J. B. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, BRICK BUILDING. ON THE LEVEE. j Bread— American Pi10t ....... ..'. 10 a 15 \ . American Navy..... '.'.... ,-q a * 8 Crackers— Bent's "Water. ... 17 a 20 B «? t3 £ u K« 16 o : 18 " Butter _ a " Fancy........;.... 20 a 22 | Boots and Brogans — Calf > _„ large size, per doz 5 30 00 a 50 00 - Heavy pegged, large size. . 30 00 a -10 00 Long grained .r" ". . 36 00 a5O 00 Brogaus, stout " ■" . . 14 00 alB 00 Coal— Anthracite, per ton ....... 10 00 a 14 00 Smith's, per ton. 30 00 a 40 00 Sidney, per ton .......... 14 00 a 16 00 Clothing — Heavy, coarse, largo sizes, sells for a fair advance on invoice — dull. ' Coffee— Green Rio, per lb 23ia 25 Sandwich Island, per lb. . . 15 a 19 Koast and Ground d 0... .. 20 a 30 Candles— per lb 45 a 48 , Adamantine, do 40 a 46 ■ Mould, d 0.......... 12 a 15 Cordage— Manilla, large, per lb.. 14 a •16 Manilla rope, small, do ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 May 1851

THE DAILY UNION. SACRAMENTO CITY, MONDAY, MAY 1851. Vol. I.— No. 59.] [Price 5 Cents.

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SEVERAL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 May 1851

SEVERAL NOTICES Religious Service s. — Conqhegation al Church, 6th street, between 1 and J— Rev. J. A. Benton, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10i o'clock a. m. and S o'clock p. X. Hbtbodist Efisoopal Church, North, 7th st., between Band M— Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10^ o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock r. at. Methodist Episcopal Church South, 7th st., j between J and K— llev. Mr. Penniman, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10£ o'clock a. M. Baptist Chbkch, N. E. corner of 7th and L sts— Rev. Benjamin Brierly, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at V)\ o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. M. RoMAM Catholic Ciicrch, corner of 7th and X i ats — Rev. John IngoMaby, Pastor. Divine worship on every Sabb.ith and Holiday, at \o\ oVloek a. H., and 4j r. m.; on other days at 7 o'clock a. m. Colored Methodist Chirch, 7th St., between G and ll— Barney Fletcher, Pastor. Service every Sabbath at 11 o clock a .m, and 3 and 7 r M. Masonic Lodges — TkhaWA Lodge, N...

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