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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

■ '■ By ;J. B. Starr- . & : Cb; ■' :': ' •>. ■ .?. . ','•' ' ; ''■■' J ~r~ — ' '.- — * '.' _L.«' •'" '"..' ■* " • MARYSVILLK.LOTS at PUBLIC AUCTIOX j -i. ■,"„• On Wednesday, April 2^ih," ISoCf, "• -"•• '■ • At 10 o'clock, a. m,, at our Auction Room, corner of Iva-nd Front streets, the following described. lots in Marysville-\v-ill !be sold, viz- " -Xi \&?\ ? '.TEN CHOICE LOTS^Ox'I6O eacH-in blocks! /. and 9 range 11, I and G.- .(T7=- Terms cash. nnT-.tr- j : j. n.- STARR * CO.Anet'rs. vir^r^r^ **' r ' Siar i^- AUCftlO'td. j ■%V lLli'^be-sbld" at j üblic auction, on \ 'P Saturday, the 27th inst.j by J.B. Starr % Co., two thirds of the steamer Star, in four seperate shares, each comprising one sixth cl the boat. . . . ' ' The " Star " is too well known to need com. ' ncndatioir. She has run on 'the. Marysvillo route", for one T month, with a success 'well known to the public ; and for two weeks has I run with full freights to Butle.City. upon the upp...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

£~ Medical Partncrsii'ip> DMetfical Pai-tnersliip. octoks;t;u .\WHiTESfid: a J^i'D^GL^VELA;ND>shav6^associated ■.- . themselves in thfe practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics,', and -have v established' an extensive Hospital, that will accommodate one hundred.patieuts, on the corner o»\Ninth . • and . L stteetfj where of the parties can always ' lie Snvtpdj, and the .Qther. at the. counting room of Paul, White & Co. . ;, , Dr. White's personal attention : will; at afll times, be devoted. to such .cases as .maj'.fei' entrusted to his care".'.; "*, .',•;;", apl2-3m : JJEMOVED.. Angle & Cos. ; E*press removed «to X street, "first door" from the corner of 2d street. Letters, packages,, gold dust, ccc: received . and, forwarded to Sa,r Prancjsco Marysvilfe, Coloina and Georgetown" Also, Packages a d Gold tfust to any part of the United States and - Europe. Gold Dust 'bought i VMV M r y rec ? lv^ on dsposit. Exchange^ on New York on reas...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

MISCELLANEOUS.

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[For the Sacramento Transcript.] TO C. S. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

[For the Sacramento Transcript.] TO C. S. It you nave seen the severed stem Of some proud flower Dony its fragrant, floral gem Life's quickening power; If you have sought by art to save From Nature's doom The torn rose, which thy rude hand gave A wanton wouud: — Then hast thou in reviving fount Plunged the frail flower, And seen lite to its petals mount Within the hour; Then hast thou learned how may thy love Give live anew, To that * fair, young and lovely wife," Sire, mother, — too. For indissoluble the ties Of home and heart. And here, ihou grant'st, are brighter skies — How should they part ? Transplanted, nourish that young flower 'Midst scenes thine own ; 'Twill strengthen in life's feeble hour — "Just try it on." Califohnk.

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Scissorinsrs. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

Scissorinsrs. Literary. — Count Reckendorf, the celebrated German geologist, arrived at New York on the 28th ult., in the ship Rome, from Calcutta. Miss Bremer, who is at present the ' centre of attraction in our literary circles, is thus described by a correspondent of the Providence Journal : " She is a chatty, pleasant body, and looks kind and considerate enough to b3 a pattern maiden aunt to all the little children that love gingerbread and good stories She is pronounced by ' all who know her well, to be a most ' truthful, unassuming, and lovely character. She is one of those persons whose extreme plainness ere long grows quite agreeable, and you think more of her fine and beautiful hand than of her ungraceful figure and prominent nose. The Washington gossip of the Charleston News gives some interesting particulars regarding the wife of Bulwer, the novelist — who, it is well known, lampooned her husband in a novel. It seems that, before marriage, she was " a gale, handsome, slen...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. "IJenleyTm^SJight'&^co^ BANKING, Exchange and Deposit Office, Front street, adjoining Gutter Hotel, SACRAMENTO CITY, (CAL.) Furnish Bills of Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe, in suras to suit purchasers. ; Gold dust bought and sold, or shipped and insured, on the most favorable terms. Gold Dust, Coin, or Treasures of any kind received on special deposit. Money loaned on good security. Interest paid on permanent deposits. Henley, McKnight & Co. will act as general agents for the purchase and sale of Real Estate, Collection of Rents, Notes, Accounts, etc. Expresses sent once a month to all parts of the United States. '". v N. B. — Miners wishing to send money to any part of the States, can have the amount forwarded promptly, by sending dust or coin to H. McK. & Co. with the name and place of residence of the person to whom the money is to be sent, together with their letters, which will be duly mailed withou...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. • Barton Lee, (Formerly Priest, - Lee -& . . Co.) EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE AND BANKING OFFICE, V i. On the east side of 2d st. between I and J sts. ■OILLS OF EXCHANGE on" all -■-* parts of the United States for sale. Money loaned on good security. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit, 5 and a general banking business done. Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. aplOtf " U. S. Mail. PASSENGER and TRANSPORTATION LINE OF ASPINWALL STEAMERS. Fare to San Francisco $20 " Yuba city and Marysville 15 Fare from San Francisco to Marysvillc... 35 No charge for sleeping accommodations. Until further notice will run as follows, viz : The first class steamer "Hartford" will leave for San Francisco every Saturday, at 8 a. m., precisely. The steamer "El Dorado" will leave for Yuba city every Tuesday at 1 p. m , and returning will take her departure each ensuing Friday, at 8 a. m. The steamer "Sacramento" will run in connection with the "Hartford" from this place and the "El...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

I SAN FRANCISCO. I TIENRY^MriNAGLEEr 1 280 Montgomery, street, San ; Francisco. I OCT 5*5 * Would respectfully offer to Merchants and Bothers, DRAFTS on lBosfo«, at the Office of J. W. Clark & Co. WProvidence, " ' John L. ! Noyes. f WHartford,; ■ « Hartford Bank. |Ye IV Haven, ,«. City Bank... mllbany, " Washbnrn & Co. f\Vip York, « . E.W.Clark, Dodge & co. Vrenton, " Mechanics' & Man'rs Bk. Wliiladelphia, « E. W. Clark & co. Wittsburg, _■ « Samuel Jones & co. Karrisburg, « JW. Wier, cashier. Lancaster,! \. „«- ( C. Bachman, <• mead ing, ",:■' Farmer's Bank. " WoUsville,- " Charles Loeser, cashier. Cincinnati, « A. J. Wheeler. aolumbvs, " Clinton Bank. aleveland, ■. - " . City Bank.' Aouisville, " Hutchings & co. JOexington, '."' David A. Sayre. Mashville, ■ . . .' « Col. R. H. M'Ewen. Memphis, ■ " J. B. Kirkland. Detroit, " Butler & Bailey. ; Sf. Louis, « E. W. Clark &...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 23 April 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. Ftnley, Johnson & Co IMPORTERS W Commission MerA chants, Central Wharf, San Francisco. apl -3m ",' - \ i .' .' ' — ... - " ..,.•- ■■ ■ • ' lj -' v • ? 3 1 GEO. EXDICOTT. SAM'I, H. GREEXE. GEO. J. OASES. Endicotf, Greene & oakca ' ' - fiOMMIS&ON MERCHANTS, and General Dealers in Merchandise' t irst street, near Market, San Francisco -3m . ' ri THOS. UNDKRWOOD. WM. S. M'KNIGHT 2 Underwood, McKni&rnt &Co ' ■ COMMISSION Merchants, on SanT^ » some street, near the foot of Pacific st , next door to Congress Hall, San Francisco, keep constantly on hand a general assortment of Groceries and • Provisions, Pickles, Preserved Meats, Oysters, Lobsters,- etc., etc. April], 1850. i m . Bui -groyne & Co., Bankers, SAN FRANCISCO. J^XCHANGE for sale on.ftew Or- . leans, New York, and principal cities. Gold dust shipped and insured. Agents in New Orleans— Messrs. White & Co. Agents in New YorkMessrs. Wm...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 25, 1850. NUMBER 11.

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From the Panama Echo. SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

From the Panama Echo. SOUTH AMERICA. The attention of the civilized world appears to be attracted at the present period to the South American continent and the western Pacific coast. — From the time when Christopher Columbus first entered the Gulf of Paria by the strait Called the Dragon's Mor.th, on the Ist of August, 1498, in his voyage of discovery, up to the middle of the nineteenth century, South America, and especially that portion of the continent verging on the Pacific slope, has lain almost dormant and in a state of nature. It is true, under the government of Ferdinand, old Spain aware of the great riches, power and grandeur which the acquisition of such a country must add to her renown, undertook its conquest and occupancy. Settlements were made at various points of the compass, and after a succession of sanguinary wars with the natives, the Spaniards finally succeeded in getting a permanent foothold upon the main land. After being firmly located in a country blessed with ...

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Plans of Compromise* [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

Plans of Compromise. Mr. Webster is occupied in the pre paration of his scheme of compromise on the slavery subject, but its details have not transpired. Even the letter writers, who are usually so confident in their ability to anticipate and foretell the actions of public men, do not give us any idea of this project, except that it meets with the approbation of Southern men generally, and will have the support of several Northern Senators, among whom Mr. Phelps, of Vermont, is named. Mr. Phelps, in the last session of Congress, separa ted from his brother members from New England, and voted for what is called the Clayton Compromise, the principle of which was that the rights of slaveholders in the new Territories should be made the subject of a decision by the Judiciary. Probably Mr. Webster's pl^n contemplates some such arbitrament. The point of constitutional law to be referred, is, whether the local law of Mexico abolishing slavery, governs still in the territories ceded to this...

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[Correspondence of the Sacramento TtanscfijTl] [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

[Correspondence of the Sacramento TtanscfijTl] Pilot Hill Dry DteGii?®s^ » April 14th v 11850* J... Messrs* Editors -Penaisc me;, through the medium; of y«mr va&mbfecolumns, to iaform the n&sners, new comers, and th.c public S* gefteriei,- of the location oS the new dry «ftggings> discovered late- in th« ■ M\ of I 84& called "Pilot Hill" <lryCri«|jß^,. f Thej are sitriiated thirteen rnilsk above Moian«s Island, betweeft North and'Sou^v Forts of, the Am'erijcan river. The-aearest arid! best ' route • to these diggings, and also" Greets wood's, Georgetown, Bards',, or i Any part of the Midcfte . Fotfk, is {oy -frayof Salmon Falls and Pilot HiPL By adopting this roi&e, the traveller S^JE cut off at least fifteen* miles in going to Greenwood's, George Birds'",,, or tie;, head wateus of the "Niorth and!. Middllte Forks, and' have a good! ievel road. These diggings e^teM io,connect with Greenwood's,- George* town, and s...

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[Communicated ] [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

[Communicated ] Messrs. Editors,— As a teamster and hard working man, I hail with joy the incipient steam navigation of the American Fork. I can now Ieave my teams, seven or eight miles out of town where there is excellent feed and take the little Steamer Etna at Brighton, and return, again in a few hours with my loads to Brighton Landing for a much less sum than the cost and hazard of driving into the city . during high water. I trust my fellow team sters will for their own interest, patronize. the little Etna, the harbinger of good things to come and that the proprietors of the boat will be amply remunerated for their spirited enterprise.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

i riOPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— The undersigned have formed a copart- ) nership under the firm of War bass &. Co., as J Bankers, Exchange Brokers, and Real Estate < Agfent*. Office, corner of 2d and J streets. I N Agents. Office, corner of 2d and streets, i, THOMAS A. WARBASS, m WILLIAM S. HEYL, ■V JOHN F. MORSE. ijl , Sacramento City, April 20, 1850. : ap23 tf 1 COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— ; \ :. 7T The undersigned have formed a copart1 nership for transacting an Exchange, Brokerage | and Banking business, under the firm of HENS- \ LEY. MERRILL & KING, and have taken the I neW building on I. near Front street. : SAMUEL J. HENSLEY, ROBERT D. MERRILL, ;r JAMES KING, of William: . Gold Oust and Coin bought, sold and received t •on deposit. 1 Drafts on Messrs. Corcoran & Rigg". payable t an Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington City, Alexandria, Baltimore, Washington, Alexandria, Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, Winchester, Va., Charles...

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STEAMER PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

STEAMER PAPER. The Sacramento Transcript, for the Steamer Panama. — Will be published early on Friday morning, on a large sheet, prepared expressly for circulation in the United States. It will contain a large amount of interesting mining intelligence, a list of vessels in port, with their tonnage and depth of water, together with other facts in relation to the commercial advantages of Sacramento City. Also, an account of the late fire in Sacramento City, and the danger of an overflow we have escaped, by the rapid construction of a levee. A general statement of the present condition of California, with descriptions of a number of new towns lately commenced, together with items of general interest, will also appear in this issue. The steamer paper can be had, done up for the mail, which leaves on Saturday, at the counter of the Transcript Office. Price, 50 cents per copy. The edition is limited, and persons to be sure ol receiving papers, should leave their orders early. (£7* To ocr ...

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The Levee. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

The Levee. SECON D ART ICLE. In the last number of the "Transcript" we gave a general account of what had been done to protect our city from inundation during the present high stage of waters in the Sacramento and American Rivers, and endeavored to discharge our duty by doing justice to Mayor Bigelow for the services he has rendered the city. So much was to be said on these subjects that we were unable to make any remarks touching a permanent levee, which is, we understand, to be raised immediately around our city. On the first page of our last paper there appeared also an ably written report, showing the advantages of a levee» together with its entire feasibility. In the present article we shall close the subject by making a few remarks upon the contemplated levee. Of course, it is a settled fact, that there is no necessity for the city to be completely enclosed by an embankment If the mouths of the sloughs at the east, which are fed by the American river, are closed,' and a proper...

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Arrival of tlie Steamer Panama. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

Arrival of tlie Steamer Panama. The steamer Panama arrived at San Francisco at daylight on Monday morning, with 289 passengers, and dates to the 15th March from New York. The Panama brought $383,629, in specie, to several houses in San Francisco. Col. Fremont had arrived in Washington, and immediately after, the California delegation presented a well written document to Congress, accompanied with certified copies of the Constitution of the state, together with their credentials, and asking, "in the name of the people of California, the admission of the State of California into the American Union." The slavery question still occupied almost the sole attention of Congress, and the excitement on the subject was unabated. Senators Webster and Calhoun had made brilliant speeches in the Senate, and Senator Seward made another, which was badly relished by the Southern members. From February 28th to March 12th forty, nine vessels had left New York, with passeu. gers estimated at 1500, while...

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