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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. HAMILTON CITY. THIS city, beautifully situated on the west bank of Feather River, is surrounded by a country skirted by the Table Mountains, being as healthy and luxuriant as it is lovely and productive ; is bountifully supplied with pure water, and surrounded with excellent grazing ; is situated 25 miles above Yuba City and Marysville, and is the highest point of steam navigation. As a central position for a general depot for the chief Gold Mining Districts, it stands unrivalled, being within a few miles of the most productive diggings on the Feather River, and being the starting point for the rich mines on Butte Creek, Dry Creek, and West and North Branches of Feather River ; it also the exact point where the route diverges across the plains for Sacramento, Trinity and Shaste Rivers, and is c the"'last place where parties, bound that route, can proclfr^ fresh water, until proceeding a distance of 20 miles. These are advantages of no ordinary efflractor, mid.such as...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
POST ROUTES. UNITED STATES MAIL.. PROPOSALS for carrying the mails of the United States from the 10th of May, 1851, to the 30th of June, 1854, in the State of California, will be received at the office of the Special Agent of the Post Office Department in the city of San Francisco, until 9 a. M., of the Ist day of April, 1851, (to be decided by the 10th day of April, 1851.) on the routes and in the manner and time herein specified, viz : California. No 5061 : From San Francisco, daily, except Sunday, at 4 p m. By Benicia : To Sacramento City, by 5 a m, next day, 130 miles. And back between 2pm and 11 m. Proposals to run at other hours, leaving , San Francisco and Sacramento City in the l morning, will be considered. j* No 50G2: From San Francisco, three Himes a week, at 4 p m, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. rigsßyttßenicia, Martinez and New York. ■ WFoTStockton by 5 a m, next days, 130 ; miles.,^%^. And back between 2pm and 10 p m, I Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Proposals for six ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
POST ROUTES. No 5078 : From San Jose City, once a week, at 6 a m Tuesday. By San Jose Mission and Martinez, To Benicia. by 6 pm next day, 60 miles. And back between 6 a m Thursday, and 6 pm next day. Proposals for service once in two weeks will be considered. No 5079 : From San Jose City, once a week, at 6 a m Saturday. By San Jose Mission and Livcmore's to Stockton, bj- 6 p m next day, 70 miles. And back between oam Monday, and 6 p m next day. Proposals for service once in two weeks will be considered. No 5080 : From San Jose City, onco a ! week, at 6 a m Thursday. To Santa Cruz by 6 pm, next day. Proposals for service once in two weeks 1 will be considered. No 5081 : From San Jose City, once a week, at 6 a m Tuesday. By Sun Juan. To Monterey, by G p m next day, 70 miles. And back between 0 a m Thursdays, and Gpm next day. Proposals for service twice a week will bo considered. No 5982 : From Monterey, once a week, j at 6 a m Thursday. By Solidad, San Miguel, San Luis Obispo, Dana's...
JOB PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
JOB PRINTING. We are now prepared to accommodate the Public with every variety of Jon Printing, having au excellent supply of Job Type and Fancy Borders. Having procured a fine assortment of Double Enamelled Cards, we are also prepared to print Cards in a very superior style, and at the most reasonable prices. Job Work done in colors, when desired. Blanks of every description printed on tho shortest notice, and in the neatest stylo. Mr. Jno. Munro, at the Haerlem Restaurant, Dupont street, San Francisco, is authorized Agent there, and will receive Advertisements and Subscription, for this Paper.
Necessity- for Tliorougli Organization of Society In California. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
Necessity- for Tliorougli Organization of Society In California. In the " Union " of the 24th. we promised ; to apply our remarks to the forming society j of this country, and exhibit our views of the \ manner in which the facts alluded to should i affect it. It seems that every feeling manifested by our friends who have returned to the Atlan- ! tic States, is complimentary to California : j that the prejudices of disappointment — the bias of mortified pride — could not perpetually silence those impressions which had been quietly and calmly impinged upon their minds, whilst enjoying our charming climate, and commingling with the gold stirring events of this wonderful country. When such indications begin to re-act upon California — when such new motives for immigration to the Pacific State begin to manifest themselves in different quarters of the world, then indeed is it time for California to look well to the organization of society. We are not now called upon to respond to the want...
Gross Perversion of Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
Gross Perversion of Justice. The following statement of facts which have been handed to us for publication, reveal a condition of things in reference to crime that must be corrected, or ruin the society in which they exist: On Tuesday evening last, about eight o'clock, two men entered a bar room on Second street, kept by an old Mexican, one of them by the name of Tom Edwards. — As soon as he came in. he commenced acting in a most indecent manner, and on the bar keeper remonstrating with him. he pulled out a pistol and fired at him. Fortunately i the old man escaped the ball by stooping down behind the counter, and placing a chair before him. The cries of the people in the house, and the noise of the firing soon attracted the attention of the passers-by, and the two individuals thought it better to clear ! out. It appears, however, that they were i not to be so easily baulked of the sport of murdering a Mexican. After about a quarter of an hour, when the momentary excitement had subs...
Dr. Grove Deal's Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
Dr. Grove Deal's Lecture. POETRY AS A STUDY. When a speaker or writer endeavors to gain the attention of an audience, for the purposes of his own interest or emolument, his hearers have large scope for accusation, if they be sufferers by their attendance. Whoever pays by their time or attention for a lecture, by which they are neither benefitted nor amused, has reason enough to complain — if they be disappointed, they have no revenge but ridicule, and thus contrary to the practice in other cases, have to solace themselves, by making the best of a bad bargain. In presenting, however, the^. present composition, I ask no indulgence, nor make any apology, either for the subject or manner in which it is treated. If I cannot improve or refine your tastes, on a subject so high, so pure — if I can only direct your minds to some extent, to and in this province of thought and feeling, where fancy revels — imagination clothes itself with life — the heart's best affections gain power and beauty...
For tho Daily Union, A Returning Gold Hunter. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
For tho Daily Union, A Returning Gold Hunter. Mr. Editor: — I was yesterday called upon, by an old acquaintance, who was just ontho eve of starting for his home in the "Prairie State/ He was one of the many thousands who left the western frontier in the spring of '49. From the same neighborhood, six others accompanied him. After surmounting all the various difficulties and hardships incident to a trip across the plains and mountains, the company reached the new El Dorado, where they soon made preparations to pursue the tedious and laborious vocation of gold-digging. Early in the Spring of '50. we hear of those young men being 150 miles up the Sacramento river, on the eve of visiting this* city to obtain a supply of provisions. They had been successful beyond expectation, in their gold-washing operations. Each one had five or six hundred dollars in his pocket, and with light and buoyant spirits, they launched out in canoes on the swift and foaming Sacramento, to perform their errand ...
Through Freeman & Co's Express. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
Through Freeman &amp; Co's Express. The steamer Confidence arrived at her landing this morning, at 3 o'clock. From the San Francisco papers, we copy the following items: A villanous attempt was made to blow up a house on Rincon Point, on Sunday night. A considerable quantity of powder had been placed, under the side, and ignited, but did no other damage than to blacken and char the clapboards, nearly setting them on fire. Got. McDougal passed through San Francisco on Monday, on his way to San Jose. The Indian Commissioners have concluded a treaty of peace with the Indians on the Tuolumne. the tribes pledging themselves to till the land, and hold a perpetual peace with the whites, upon the conditions that an allotment of 100 acres of land be made to each family, and that they be furnished with horses, cattle, seed, farming implements, a blacksmith, farmer, and other persons to instruct them. The other tribes refuse to treat, and Maj. Savage has been authorized by the Commissi...
IMPORTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
IMPORTATIONS. Per W A Tarlton— l2o bags beans, 200 bbls sweet potatoes, 25 do onions. Per Emily— 2443 bags and 120 lhf bags flour, 500 bxs raisins. 257 tins crackers, 2 bxs garlic, 350 bags garlic, 350 bags bean?, 4478 bags barley, 100 quintals potatoes, 3500 lbs dried apples, 115 bbls 14 tc^ and 244 kgs mdz. Per Holder Borden — 50 bbls mess beef, 356 kegs lard, 40 bbls rum, 690 bags flour, 1119 bags Brazil sugar.
PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
PASSENGERS. Per steamer Colombia, for Oregon — II Clark, (i C Bomford, Lt Wyman, U S A, J Goldsmith, MrJennings, lady and child, Mr White, Mr Clark, E O Sterling. Per Emily — Capt Kennedy, Muria Vuklas, and 8 in the steerage. Per Holder Border. — P &amp; T Le Grange, A Ferro.
CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. ■ I.l'rom lrue .Manuaru.j IN SENATE. San Jose, 'March 22. In the Senate, to-day : Mr. Broderick made a point against the Indian war, operating in the shape of a bill to reduce the per diem pay to the volunteers in all future volunteers. In the course of the debate, Mr. Uroderi&lt;&amp; stated the astounding fact that under the bill passed the other day, (allowing the Governor to call out the volunteers, &amp;c.) the expenses of the "war against the State were running up at the rate of over six thousand dollars per day. Mr. Robinson commented with much severity and point upon the log-rolling and interested movements by which all this special legislation for an Indian war had been driven through the Legislature. Mr. Miller (of Mariposa) wished to vindicate the Governor from the imputations cast upon him. in reference to his supposed connection with the Indian War Bill. He had simply done his duty. The people of Mariposa had sent a memori...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
GENERAL NOTICES. fi3&gt;* There will be a meeting of the citizens at the " Oilcans House," This Evening, at 8 o'clock, to hear the report of the committee appointed for the organization of a Fire Department , and the Con- ; struction of Reservoirs. A full attendance is reqaested. I\t order, m 36 W. T. KENNEDY, Secy. JBCS- BEataal Ilouk and Ladder Company, i No. I.— At a meeting of the Mutual Hook and Ladj der Co. No. 1, held pursuant to notice at the " Ori leans House," on Tuesday evening, March 25th, for the purpose of re-organizing, John A. Read was called to the chair, aud John T. Bayley, was ap- ; pointed Secretary. The following named gentlemen were elected as : officers of the Company : John 11. Scranton, Presij dent ; David McDowell, Foreman ; John S. Fowler, Ist Assistant Foreman; George Wheeler, 2d Assis- | tant Foreman ; John T. Bayley, Treasurer ; Henry fjr. Langley, Secretary. On motion, a fine of Jive doHars be imposed on all 1 members who are absent at the next...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. BRICK STORE, FRONT STREET. Will be sold at auction on THIS DAY, (WEDNESDAY,) 26th March, at 11 o'clock a m— 16,000 lbs superfine warranted canvassed hams 5,000 lbs bacon sides 150 boxes sperm candles 50 bbls dried peaches 18,000 heavy oats M--25 doz lemon syrup 10 cases counter scales 30.000 lbs barley 60 cases cognac brandy 24 chests Oolong and hyson tea 10,000 superior smoked shoulders, (none better) 50 baskets champagne 20 firkins Goshatl butter 4,000 lbs leaf lard 100 cases St Julian claret 19,000 lbs brown Manila sugar 1 bale red heavy blankets 1 do blue do do 1 do grey do do 1 do green do do 50 cases champagne cider (warranted) 24 do cherry bounce (very superior) 13 bbls dried apples CO cases old Monongahela whisky 100 tins superior cheese 50 half bbls corn meal. . — — 100 cases heavy thick boots 20 do do brogans. also — To arrive per schooner now in Benicia and will be ready for tnc sale 100 qr bbls clear moss pork 200 half do d...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
AUCTION SALES. BY CL.ARK &amp; MILNE. POSTPONED SALE. Notice.— ln consequence of the rain yesterday, the sale of Real Estate advertised by Clark &amp; Milne was postponed until ■ THIS DAY, at ten o'clock, At which hour will be gold those THREE BRIOK BUILDINGS on the Levee, between M and N sts: the buildings arc two stories high; the lots are each 20 feet front by 150 feet deep. Title indisputable. Terms— One-fourth each, the balance in three equal payments of two, four and six mouths. . The above property is in a rapidly improving part of the city, and offers to small or largo capitalists an investment sure to pay largely. The buildings are strong and substantial, and withstood the floods of last winter without injury to the foundations. ni26 BY CLARK &amp; MIJLXE. D. B. MILNE, AUCTIONEER. CLARK &amp; MILNE will sell at their sales-room, on Front street, on THIS DAY, (Wednesday,) March 26th— : Family cured hams Family mess pork Dried apples, in half a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 26 March 1851
AUCTION SALES. BY PRETTYMAN &amp; BARROJLL. CATALOGUE SALE OF Groceries, Provisions, Liquors nnd Clothing, BY PRETTYMAN &amp; BARROLL, Levee, bctwcen'J and X sts. Will be sold on THURSDAY MORNING, 27th March, at store, a large assortment of the most desirable goods, a catalogue of which will appear in the papers on day of sale. It WM. F. PRETTYMAN, Auc'r. LITERATURE I LITERATURE ! ! JUST received at the "True Delta" Depot — J Harper's, Godey's, Graham's, International and Blackwood's Magazines. Henry Smeaton— James' last. Black Tulip— last. Ladder of Gold— Robt. Bell's last. David Copperfield — Boz's last. , The Convict Ned Buntline's last. Mother's Recompense, Josephine, &amp;c. &amp;c. Olcndorff 's Spanish Grammar ami Key. Express Riders and Retail Venders "supplied at wholesale prices. JOSEPH GRANT, ml 9 Tehama Block, corner Front and J sts. JUST RECEIVED, BY L. P. &amp; S. S. CRANE, Druggists and Chemists— 2000 gallons sperm oil; 1000 do l...