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

'pHIS : EVENING, August 2d, the - ..-::■ performance will commence with the Drama of the '}/ " ' " "' • ' '- : " - ' ] 'ft MAID OF CROISSY. Austerlitz .................. Mr C R Thome, iWalter-..;.:....- .■;;..•.;;« Barry. Franci5....:.:.'.....; ......*..;.* \»*^' 'Daly. '• .;; Therese Mrs. Thome. - -Mariette:. ......." Mesteycr. •' . Song.?.'..v.:;';-.-.by.v...':;..-.:;Mr'Fairchild. To conclude with the ' : : .'. V • WARLOCK OF THE GLEN Mathew. MrCßThorne. C0unte55......'....:..... Mrs Thome. ~-T : Tickets.— Pit $2, Box $3, Private Box $4 Tickets may be procured at the office of the Theatre, which will be kept open from 2 till 4 in the afternoon. : * [au2 It ..... :y AUCTION SALLiS. , ■h:\; j . i.;- ■■ „ At the hew Auction house of PreUyman, Barroll &. Co., : : - Front . between J and X streets, .2d door from X, will sell ou SATURDAY niofnine August 3d, at 10 o'clock, a large lot of desirable goods, consisting in part of l " ".'• Sugar in 14 Ib sacks : French brandy in k...

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

AUCTION SALES. By J B Starr, Auctioneer. CARGO SALE. J B Starr will sell on Friday, August 2d 1850, at 9 o'clock, A. M., the Cargf of The bchocwer Sycamore, foot of J street, consistlag a part as follows — 40,000 lbs potatoes % 10,000 ci^ara 100 bbls superior brandy 30 do do Madeira 50 tierces butter 100 kegs mackerel 12 hdks butter, containing 200 kegs 6 boxes pickled lobsters 12 do fresh clams 12 do do lobsters 12 do pickles 6 bags sugar H iron bedsteads 1 do do 1 case 386 papers tacks 11 rolls carpeting, 651 yards 1 box, 66 doz. hinges 3 doz hat hooks 1 do do and coat hooks 1 box 54 gross screws assorted 17 doz buckets 1 box toys, assorted, 1 bundle, 6 doz ludia rubber whips 7 doz faucetts 1 case containing a great variety of valuable cutlery. jy3l-3t JB Starr Auc'i. By J. B. Starr, Auctioneer. WAGON SALE. J B Starr will sell on Friday, August 2d 1850, at 10 o'clock, in front of sales room, 10 lumber wagons, 2 carriages. [ au i 2t By J B Starr & Co, LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!...

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

7 AUCTION SALES. By©. B. Milne, Auctioneer, Valuable Real Estate • . •.,,-■; AT AUCTION. ;; j ;- --; ; On Monday, August sth, ; will be sold by Clark & Milne, at their auction rooms on Front sticet, between ! L aiid ■ M-^ W ' *i '■ « v; i Oue lot "on L street, . corner 3rd, : 20x80, r feet, which: is erected a good two stow I building, 16x32 y with kitchen, in the rear; said house has a portico running ' out from 1 the 2nd story floor," fronting on L street. • The rt building is well finished inside and out, and i : substantially built. •': ::;" \ .:\ -J]-' , Alsoy three: Lots I adjoining-,' on L street/ each ; 20x80. „ ..... . , , Also, one Lot adjoining, on 3d st., 20x80. ' . Terms : One-third cash ; one-third in 30"," and one third in 60 days. " ; : jv27 ; 5t Ricli'd N. Berry, Auctioneer* DESIRABLE ; PROPERTY : ■•: '- At Auction. ; 'v^; ? On Wednesday, August 7th, at 12 o'clock, i on the c premises, that ; most desirable estate j situated on Front street, near J, bein...

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9Uc«liaafoas". [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

9Uc«liaafoas". Anecd.jt:: of I\cof. Skoguick.— IMnsrr.uive of Professor SetlgwiekV humor for a joke, a story is told that 4 when once on a visit to Scarborough, where he had an engagement to dine, he stopped by the wayside, and perched himself on a heap of stones, as is his wont, pulled out his geological hammer, and besran hammering away in fine style. "While thus engaged, a lady drove up in a four-wheeled chaise. Interested, apparently, in his labor, and mistaking him fora stone-breaker, — for the Professor is not very particular in the manner of dress when on geological excursions — the lady, after having asked a few questions as to whether he could earn his living by his occupation, how many children he had, and if he had brought them up to stone-breaking, to all of which the Professor replied with befitting thankfulness and humility, gave him a shilling aud drove off. On his arrival at Scarborough, whom should he meet at the table of his friend but the lady in question ! The la...

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Agriculture In the Samj^lch Islands. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

Agriculture In the Samj^lch Islands. We liucl tue iuiiowiug remarks on Ihe above subject in one of the late numbers of the Honolulu Times : — " There is no group of Islands in the South Pacific which Providence has given a more remarkable capacity for agricultural productions, than it has our own Island*. Our geographical position, and proximity to the coast of California gives us the almost exclusive power to monopolize so much of the trade of that country, as consists in furnishing them with fruits, vegetables, sugar and coffee. An extensive and increasing trade is now carried on between this port and San Francisco, which will be vastly augmented by the navigation of steamers in this ocean, which undoubtedly will be the case, at an early period. We are confident the people of these Islands will not mistake their caUing, and that they are aware of the relation they are qualified to sustain,with that land of promise. The events of the past year have been matters of much interest and...

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

MERCANTILE. HENRY E. ROBINSON & CO. ; ■*' COMMISSION MEtiCHANIS, ' ,;C Sacramento. '-"*' ': ELIHU WOODRUFF & : CO., T> COMMISSION MERCHANTS,"* '*" ' •X t * ki ■ San Francisco. m 29 3m ELinU WOODRUFF. HENRY E. ROBINSON. i Messrs. Hort Brothers, GENERAL MERCHANTS, !: ~.'. iXi : „' Front street, between I and J streets. j ,mi) ; 3m;y;)-;- . .' "v,-^,.-? ■j. 11. CLARK. i,ia :..r>- B. MILNE. : ;. Clark & Milne,.- -..^ AUCTION $■ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. . . V Front street, between L ; arid M't-tsJ";.'. ml 4 3m' """'"' " l J " Sacramento City. ' ! —. C. B. Gallagher, ~~ Wholesale and Retail 1 Grocer and Ccmmis. ' ~ "~ ■""■"" sion Merchant,' ~y~~ 7~~ Brick Building,'" on Front street, between M j ' «rH ■*' and N, Sacramento City,-.-' ' ' f. KEEPS constantly on hand Groce--"^rrics, Provisions and Miners' 'supplies, which he offers for sale at reasonable prices, and to which the attention' of miners and the public is respectfully invited...

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

DRUGGISTS. CHEMISTS. &c. DftS. o WYDOWN & i WATTS, iSIL-UGUISTS & rHAUMACEU- -*"' . lists, at the t, St. i Louis and Mississippi; Drug ; store, north-wej-t corner of J and 3d btrcctsj, Sacramento city also, at Marysvillc, keep constantly* on hand a ; well selected and extensive assortment of ' driijr.«, medicines, chemicals, paints',' oils, dye stuffs, patent medicines and 'perfumery ;i.Townsehd's Sands, Corbeti's, Hrown'R, j Hulls, • Bristols, Bailey's and Comstock's sarsnparijla; Osgood's cholagogiie ;, A ycrs'. cherry expectorant, and all the patent medicines of the day :' sole agents for itie sale of Dr. Billing's dysentery syrup, an article > well known to southerners. Wydown; and Watts have purchased ■ the patent right- to- sell . .;* Dr. Andrews ; patent block spring truss," in the counties ol Sacramento and Yuba. Physicians' prescriptions accurately : prepare' l/"' J Leeching done - for 1 physicians and others when ordered. Orde...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 August 1850

REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE. BA^AINSn^rRSAL^STATE. '■THE subscriber offers for sale 170 :_■»« Valuable, Building Lots in -Sacramento city. Persons desiroud of investing capital ! in Real Estate will probably find it to tlieir : advantage to avail 1 themselves of an early ! opportunity of calling. Some of the lots are provided I with comfortable houses, cither for residences or places of business. j'| be terms : are .-.one; fourth down, and the lcrnainder in 60, 90 and 120 days. Office, in the Brick' 'Building on the corner of; J arid 2d 'streets, above \\ arbass &c Co's Banking House, 'f MS ; i ivll-lm -.'ni;' E. J. C. KEWKN. T|R. WM. GROVE DEAL'S ■** REAL ESTATE OFFICE isr.n the cast side of fourth, between J and X sts. Any business connected with real estate entrusted lo him will be attended to. He hus nou tiie following desirable real estate lor sale : j 1' house and lot, 20x1 GO, fur sale or lease, on K. between 7th and Bih streets.* : '~ : ; 1 house, two story, and lot 30...

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

SAN FRANCISCO. James Pierpont, DA G UEKREOT YPE AH TIST, Over Woodruff s Jewelry store, Ciay street San Francitco. jy 11-tf CIMMONS. LILLY & CO. may tc *^ found at their new warehouse, sacraneuto street wharf, san Francisco, June 17, 1850. jel9-tf T£XCHANGE AND BANKING HOUriE. — The undersigned, in conuccion with Messrs. PAGE $ BACO.N, of St. Louis, Missouri, have oppened an Exchange and Banking House in this city, and will be prepared at all times to purchase Gold Dust and Bullion, at the best market rates, and to furnish sight and time Exchange on all the prominent points in the States. PAGE, BACON £ CO., Clay st , between Kearney and Montgomery street. jy6 lm C. C. RICHMOND & CO., "WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles, choice Family Stores, &c. Also, As»ents for the sale of Sands' and TownseniTs sarJaparilla, Indian Chologogue, Wynkoop-s Toi.ic Mixture, Mrs. Kidder's Cordial, Ayer's Cherry I'ectoral, and other Patent...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 August 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. VOLUME I SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, AUGUSTS. 1850. NUMBER 80.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 August 1850

Progress of Religion in San Francisco. — Among the various evidences of the progress of civilization in this city, the number of churches springing up on all sides is not the least gratifying. The following information on this subject will be interesting to our friends at home : The present Catholic church is situated on the half of a fifty vara lot in Vallejo street, and is quite a spacious building. It was opened for divine service on St. Patrick's day — the 17th of March of this year. It is seventyfive, by forty feet in the clear, and has 64 pews, each capable of accommodating three persons comfortably. — The building can accommodate about 350 or 400 persons. There are three services every Sunday in the forenoon — one for the Spanish population at 8 o'clock, one for the French at 9 o'clock, and one for the American at half past 10. There is also an afternoon service at 5 o'clock. The very Rev. Antoine Lenjjlois, vicar-general, has the charge of the congregation. He is assisted by...

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

EXCHANGE BROKERS. : GOLD I>UST'IIVSURE». s ;r. j ' SHIPMENTS ;of Gold Dust,; Coin or Bullion, through to NEW YORK, 1 and ] the Eastern | States,- including the risk of crossing the Isthmus.— insured under policies in the ; . Atlantic Mutual, Sun Mutual, and General Mutual Insurance Companies •ai ; . of New York, ■ At the lowest rates, by DEWEY Sf SMITH, Exchange Brokers, J street, between 4th and 17-tf .' [sth streets. BARTON LEE W. A. BAKER. DR. JAS. PEAESoX. . Barton Lee, Baker & Co., .BANKERS, Drawers of Exchange Sj Assaycrs of Gold. (Dr. Pkalis'on, Assayer,) Office 2d street, between I and J. • Sacramento City, June 22d, 1850 1 1. Henley, McKßiiglit&' Co., Banking, Exchange, Deposit, and Discount Office, Front st., next door to Sutler Hotel. THOS. J. HENLEY, Indiana. o. Mcknight, Ohio. ; my3o tf S.C. HASTINGS, lowa. EXCHANGE ON— BOSTON, ST. LOUIS', NEW YORK. riIAULKSTON.S.C. PHILADHLPIIIA, RICHMOND, BALTUiOUE. NORFOLK, WASHINGTON, N. ORLEANS. &...

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

EXPRESS LINES. CO-PARTNERSHIP. undersigned have formed a co-partnership for the transaction of an Express, and general tcrwarding and commission business, between san Francisco, sacramenlo city, and t!.e mines, under the name and style ol Huwlcy &> co. T. It. HAWLEY, J. M. FKEE.UAtf. Sacramento city, July 4, 1850. [jyB HAWLEY & CO.'S EXPRESS tv<ROM Sacramento City and the miues to the Atlantic states and Europe — ihe only firm in sacramculo city connecting with the well known express of Adams «5f co, ut san Francisco, for the Ijanstnission of gold dust, coin, <fee, to and from the above places. Gold dust and coin forwarded to London via Panama, and insured against all risks until delivered at the Bank of England. F1.&.C0, collect notes, bills, <j-C, forward letters, purchase goods, and attend promptly to all the usual business of an Express. IJ. &- co., refer to the following ccrtiticate for ...

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

MECHANIC ARTS. George D. Ufaesle, BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, SACRAMENTO CITY, ■ . !L7'ls prepared to contract for all kinds of workin masonry. Having a good slock of bricks on laud, he is ready to erect lire proof buildings, build oven?, put op chimneys, set grates, or do anything in Ins line with which he may be &- voreJ. Residence, corner llih and I-'. nv-JiWm •. JUSTUS A. WRIGHT, Importer of fine Gold and Silver Watches, J^J A N U F A CT URES Diamond Broaches, Necklaces, Rings, and Jewelry of every description. Watches repaired in a neat manner and warranted.. Store-on J sL, between Front and Second streets. jV-; . . In t 6 3 m * Covert & Sadler, House, Sign and Ornamental ' Painters, Third street, second door irom J, JUST received 20,000 lbs. white " lead; 300 gallons linseed oil; 8,000 feet German window glass: also, a large invoice paper hangings. Keep constantly on hand a . general assortment of fine colors, : artists' tools, &.c. Orders fr...

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

TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY Xaw?s line Pacific Steamers FOR PANAMA. " - . - THE Steamer Co-, ji^ipL jgt lnii oteamcr \jo'^^m^^^^ 1 ./«»«6us,Capt. Peck, *A /FMjfr^jfPyy will leave SanFran J^^^^^^^^^rfor Panama. Thro',, ~ s^fe^S^^£^^^^^s' tickets for New Or- i leans and New York, can be procured on application to . OLIVER CHARLICK, Agent of the line. ' Office foot Jackson street, San Francisco. N. B. The Columbus will connect with the steamer Falcon, that loaves Chagrcs, Sept. I3lli. Gold dust taken at reduced rates. jy3o I4t "vsi> .?••-": For Panama. j-^i^k >, THK Pacific Mail Steamship Compartv^^'^^^sZJoX ". v ' PropeHor CaraSS aL2a L«^*"^ Esq., ■ commander, : **«S2fi 1 ■ rsi'jjJj^S^vs? 3 " will leave lor. l anama, touching at Mazatlao, San Bias, and Acapulco, on or about the 15th of August. For passage apply to : . ROBINSON, BISSELL & CO., Agents, Howison's Picr,ioot' of Sacramento au2 131 . ' '.:-■■ h\ '[street. Daily lAne of Steamers For San Francisco....

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Investigation of the Official Conduct of the President of the Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 August 1850

Investigation of the Official Conduct of the President of the Common Council. (Before Committee of Investigation from Common Council.) Third Day. August 2d, 3 1-2 o'clock, p.m. Charge 4tb, specification sth, [to ■wit : That the said Demas Strong, in interviews and applications made to him in his official character, has made representations injurious to the credit of the said city ; and further, the said Strong, availing himself of such discredit, proffered, and then and theie proposed, to pu. chase claims against the city at a sum less than the value of the same.] Mr. Bigelow. — In regard to the above specification, I know only this : I called upon Mr. Strong with two notes, which were given for the city. I had a long conversation with him in relation to the validity of his drawing warrants for the payment of the said notes. He said he had no authority to draw warrants for the payment of said notes; but if the parties holding them wished the money, he would give it to them, with ten...

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Meeting of the Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 August 1850

Meeting of the Common Council. An adjourned meeting of the Council was held last evening to take action on the plan reported by Mr. Binney for building a levee. The Board resolved itself into Committee of the Whole, Dr. McKenzie in the chair, aud resolutions were offered in favor of adopting Mr. Binney's plan. A long discussion arose upon the manner of constructing the Levee in front of the city. Mr. Binney had reported in favor of cutting away and grading the front bank. Apart of the Council were opposed to this recommendation, and in favor of not disturbing the trees and the present position of the bank. They thought a better Levee could be made by bringing earth from the high ground back of the city. They proposed to convey this earth to the river by a temporary railroad to be built for that purpose. The Council being unable to agree, a committee of five were appointed to take the subject into consideration and report to an adjourned meeting on Monday evening next. Messrs. Tweed,...

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Late and Very Important from Sonora. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 August 1850

Late and Very Important from Sonora. We have not yet received the " Sonora Herald" of the 27th, but by means of the " Sau Francisco Herald," we are enabled to obtain the following interesting extracts from the Sbnora Herald, in relation to the present serious condition of affairs at the extreme South " The most intense excitement [says that paper] still prevails among the population of the mountains, and God only knows in what it will end. Our county and township divisions are so large; we have so many ravines and fastnesses in the hills and mountains around us; so raauy bad men of all climes in our midst, and so great security for the criminal, that it is not surprising the better class of citizens have found it necessary to organise in each camp or diggings local police for the protection of property and life, and by acclamation adopt and carry out resolutions m >re effective and speedy than our criminal code provides for. It is not proposed to reject the laws which our...

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