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Mtttlne nt the Orleans. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

Mtttlne nt the Orleans. We regret an unavoidable absence from the meeting at the Orleans House last eve- J ning. which was held for the purpose of hear- j ing a report from a previously appointed j committee, upon the subject of organising fire companies, and building public cisterns. | We have not been able to learn what ac- j tion was taken at the meeting, but h*pe tha there was no lack of interest manifested in a matter that is so vitally related to the interest of individuals aod to the city itself. We believe that it is universally conceded that unless this matter is got up and sustained by individuals, that nothing will or can be done on which any reliance can be I laced in an emergency -such emergencies as may overtake this heretofore highly favored "city, iv respect to desolating fires — I There is one characteristic in reference to California communities which cannot exist without being fetal to various enterprises (which are absolutely essential, but. which must depend upo...

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Dr. Dial* Lecture before the Mercantile I library Association. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

Dr. Dial* Lecture before the Mercantile I library Association. POETRY AS A SCIENCE. NO. 11. Whether Poetry has yet attained its highest perfection, it is impossible to determine — but of this we are confident, that for a century and a half it has received no great improvement. Much and excellent poetry i has been written in our own and foreign modern languages — in Europe and the United State-: but "Milton's Mask of Comus." is beyond all comparison, the finest Poem in the English language. Different kinds of versification or rhyming have improved, but these simply considered, do not come under the denomination of Poetry— for observe, a witty and harmonious combination of words alone, can no more make a fine poem, than a judicious mixture of colors can ha termed au elegant painting. I maintain then as a starting point, that •Coinua" is the best poem in our language, and shall continue so to do, until 1 find one superior to it. in those great essentials of Poetry — Imagination and Ent...

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Coy re *i> on tl t- lite. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

Coy r e *i> o n tl t- lite. For the D»ilj \- won. The remark* contained in the leading article of the Union of to-day, are fraught with heart-shinine Bucsestions to all who have determined to make California their home. — The shameless immunity with which crime stalks through the length and breadth of this favored land, is B subject calculated not only to excite the alarm of every peaceable citizen, but is one which should also awaken the energies of every inhabitant of the State who has its true interests at heart. \\ hen crimes of the darkest dye — when the most unprovoked and dastardly attempts at murder on the persons of our fellow-citizens can be committed, and their perpetrators, even when arrested, arc allowed to escape from the clutch.- of the law to continue their villanv. it becomes a question of personal s;ii< - ty with each individual member of society. It is not merely to secure our wives and families from outrage — our property from pillage — that...

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Extract [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

Extract From letter to "True Delta," dated Oct. 23, '50. I speak and write as a Californian. I speak and write as one who is anxious to rescue the country, its climate, its resources and inhabitants from the aspersions and wilful mbrepresentations of many who vbit it, and of many who know nothing about it. In no country in which I am fed and clothed— in no cewmtry from which I can gather the indications of respect, encouragement and ■ati'.n* — in no country whose sovereign protection I ask and receive — whose cKnaate I like, whose position I esteem and whose government I regard and venerate, shall ini.-;p-pre>entation or malignant aspcrsionsbe cast in myjnmscnce, without that rebuke which truth itself ju-titi<,-!i. If Caliig to be estimated by its native resources, let truth be the measure by which the estimate is made. If she uto be estimated by the moral and intellectual calibre o f her existence, let but one half the time spend its force upon her which has b...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

POSTSCRIPT. BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. ;,

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TUrough Freeman & Co's Express. ■ [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

TUrough Freeman & Co's Express. ■ r By the New World, which arrived at one o'clock this morning, we have the following news from below: The jury in the case of Duane could not agree and were discharged. Thomas Edwards, noted for several brutal assanlts on persons in this city, was arrested on Tuesday night and lodged in the Station House. The New "World made her last run down in seven hours and eight minutes. Legislative—In Senate, on the 24th instant. Mr. Robinson, from the Committee on Commerce and Navigation, to whom had been referred the bill to provide for the establishment of State Hospitals', reported that it was proposed Ivy the Committee to report two separate bills, one of which he reported at this time, viz: a bill te provide for the creation of a State Hospital at Sacramento. The bill was ordered to be printed. The President laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of the Senate in relation to a report of the proceedings of the Senate, which ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

South America. —By the latent intolligence from the Sonth American Continent, affairs look rather serious. The Empire of Brazil, like a "baitcl bull, is attacked at all points Bolivia- and Paraguay, on the west and Buenos Ayres on the South, are embroiled with her. A party of Brazilians were erecting a fortification on the neutral ground between Brazil and Paraguay. On refusing to desist from operations, the Chief of Paraguay sent an armed force, who put them to flight. On this, the Brazilian Charge d*Affaires demanded his papers.—Some unknown difficulty between Brazil and Bolivia, resulted in the Embassy for the former place being Landed his passports by the Bolivian government.—General Rosas, taking advantage of this complex state of things, has also raised a discordant question. The Argus-eyed Chief of the Argentine Confederation, in connection with these other Republics, will find a fitting field to exercise their bellicose propensities, in cutting a slice from off the mammoth E...

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IMPORTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

IMPORTATIONS. Per Masonic— lH eks and 31 firkins batter, 142 doz nails, 6 <s bed, K7 eks hams. 25 kga nnd 10 half bbls brandy, 25 kg- 5 hf bbli and K> bxs aaheratus, fi bis sheetings, 2!) t.1.1.« dried apples, BO bbU tnoUases, 3f) bbls wine, 25 bbls cherry brandy, 100 kg- vinegar, 2 bales hops, 1 case cigars. 3 bxs books, 4 bxs l^ttled fruit, 200 kit* mackerel. 8 tea smoked beef, 21 bdh shovels, 15 bxs sarsaparilla. ?)2 bxs cheese, 2u boxef boots nnd shoes, 25 bbls whisky. 12 nests tabs, ISO • \>>z brooms, 10 doz sash hoards. 18 dozen brushes, 40 \ bbls cordials. 5 hhds ale, 50 tons coal, and a t}aaatitv of merchandise unspecified. Per Catherina — 2K59 DOX4S Bran] sugar. 604 baps barley, 31 boxes crystal ware, 2 bss Began, 10 bags flour, 10 ban beans.

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CONSIGNEES [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

CONSIGNEES Per Masonic— Beach & Forley, CB I is, W J Young, Tumbull & Walton, .1 Hobsan & 00, JCS Olmstead, Sage & Smith, A Mayer. Ebbetts & co. Hedley & Cossens, Meacham & Gibbons, Ch Chase, Hawley, Sterling & co, Bmgbatn, Reynolds, I'.arrlett & co, II Mails. .1 W Jackson, WTurnbull. W II Duyrea. .1 Hecsberg fc 00, A J Tobias & co C E Tilton. Adrian & Storey,Dunbar & Gibbs,J II Harris, Hess & Bro, Talmage Bros, De Witt & Harrison. Lasard Freres, Cap) Cony. Per Catherina— D (Jibb.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

NOTICES. £3" We, the undersigned, Miners and persons interested in the mining business of this region, do respectfully but earnestly request Mr. .T. Sheldon, to desist from the erection of any dam tending to obstruct mining operations "ii the liver at this place. We feel unwilling to be thrown out of employment from high water, the inevitable consequence of damming the Mecosmes at "Wilder's" Bar, as contemplated by Mr. Sheldon. It is to be hoped, the sacred rights of the California miner will be respected, and that farther allusion to his just and legal privileges will be unnecessary. Cook's Bar, 3lccosmes River. 21st March, 1861. Thomas Vandeventer, John Hays, Win Hays, I leuson Vandeventcr, Joseph B Anderson, I* Thorp. David M Bweny, John N Gwynn, Walter Livens, Warren Loben, ShlUJnich Braley, Gcorgo Colvin, David Moßride, ZadokA Riga, Alex Gardner, Jesse C Hnmrick, Joseph B Prothero, J B Haddon, Tims J Mclntire, Wm 11 Jordan, w Goode, Wm Prothcro, Samuel Prothero, Jabcz C Smith, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

Sacra.me.nto City, March 24, 1851. To Cavert, Hill & Co., C. Homer, Berry, Bliss & Co., Fay & Co., and others : Gentlemen : By this morning's papers I ace you present my name to the people of this city for the office of Harbor Master, at the coming election. I thank you for the honor you have conferred on me, and will cheerfully submit to be a candidate. Should I obtain an election, it will be my aim to discharge the duties of said office in such a manner as to deserve your confidence and that of my fellow citizens. Yours, respectfully, m 25 3t* C. H. BARKER. ,83P "The Undersigned, friend of the present City Marshal, begs leave to present his name for re-elec-tion." rml9l X. C. CUNNINGHAM. AMUSEMENTS. TEHAMA THEATRE. Mi:. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J. H. Kmr.v. .Managers Stage Director Mr T S Campbell EXTRA ORDINA RY A TTRAC TION ! The Great Play of HAMLET. Mr. Str.rk in his great character of Hamlet. Mrs. KJrby as Q,«cen Gertrude. THIS (THURSDAY) EVENIN...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY CLARK & MILNE. J D. B. MILNE, AUCTIONEER. [ CLARK & MILNE will sell at their sales-room, ■ on Front street, on THIS DAY, (Thursday,) . March 27th— '»'"■""'. "" 1 . Fresh Chili barley i Superior corn Sweet corn meal, in bbls- , : Do :do in half bbla Dried apple.?, in bbl.s Do in half bbls London bottled porter Light brown Manila sugar Kio coffee Superior family cured hams Sandwich Island potatoes Sandwich Island syrup Stewart's refined do Chili beans Champagne cider, pint bottles, &c, &c. «3" Sale at 10 o'clock. m 27 BARQUE AXXK REYKOLOS FOR SALE. KJK-^i. The barque "Anne Reynolds," as she now >$$^.lies at the mouth of the American Hirer, s3wsBfc»with tackle, rigging, spars, &c, &c, will be sold at public auction, in front of the store of Pcebcls. Leo & Co, on SATURDAY, the sth day of April next. Any information desired previous to day of sale can be obtained by applying a...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

AUCTION SALES. Alderman, V* Ii i hit man & Co. - B. P. WHITMAN, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION ROOMS FOR DAY SALES — FRONT STREET, BE-' i ; TWEEN X AND L. AUCTION ROOMS FOR EVENING SALES— J STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH. THIS DAY, (Thursday,) March 27th, At auction rooms, Levee, at 10 o'clock — 3000 lbs sup. sugar cured hams 4000 do bacon shoulders 2000 do Stuart's crushed sugar 10 casks cognac brandy 10 quarter casks port wine 15 do do sup. port wine 20 kegs Monongahela whisky 200 pieces prints 20 doz bar decanters 2') gross Goodwin's smoking tobacco 15 cases sardines 40 cases pickled scollups „ 2000 lbs sup. cheeses 2000 lbs brown soap 50 cases claret 100 boxc3 raisins 4000 lbs Manila sugar 2000 lbs sup. figs 30 boxes mould candles i. 2000 lbs rice 5000 gallons S I syrup 50 cases brandy peaches 50 boxes black pepper j : 24 counter scales 3 ) doz American playing cards 2") bbls crab apple cider 90!) ro'ls wall paper • ♦ : 8000 papers tacks assorted 50 dozen axe handles 15 cases ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. FRESH DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, «&c. THRESH Drugs, Medicine?, Paints, . Oils , and PaJ. tent Medicines, at Reduced Prices, constantly on hand and for sale corner of J and Third streets, at the St. Louis Drug Store, by : ' PEAK IS, BEIRNE & CO. N. Pure Brandy and Port Wine, for medicinal purposes, constantly on hand. JBST Physicians prescriptions carefully dispensed by experienced hands at all times. ml 9 ~~™ X STREET HOSPITAL, " BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STREETS, Sacramento City. Is prepared for the Reception of Patients, and is now receiving them. JA. WADSWORTH, M. D., from Providence, • R. 1., for more than Thirty Years a Practising Physician and Surgeon, and having had extensive experience in the diseases of California, has ta- , ken the charge of this establishment, has improved it, and is ready to wait upon those who may want his professional assistance, either in the Hospital or elsewhere. Hospital expense, $5 per day, except in cases of extra...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

STATE LAWS. A Bill for an Act to Incorporate the City of Sacramento. The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do hunt as follows: Sec. 1. All that tract of land lying within the limits and boundaries hereinafter mentioned, that is to say : Beginning at the junction ofthe American Fork with the Sacramento river to V street, as designated on the map or plan of Sacramento city on file in the Reeordes 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 interwets 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 --The City of Sacramento." Sec. 2. The present city government shall continue in office until the election and qualification ofthe office to be elected under...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

STATE LAWS. 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 tem. See. 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 in- , em-rod for said improvements. And all tools and other property, while being used upon any public improvement in the city, shall be exempt from execution and attach- j nient. except for materials furnished, or for work done in such improvement. Sec. 10. All appropriations shall be by ordinance.-, and all contracts and conveyances may be made in such manner as directed by the Council, subject to the approval of the Mayor : or in case of his disap- j proval, by a two-third vote of all the members of...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

STATE LAWS. in each year, and they shall hold office for the term of one year, or until their successors are qualified. Sec. 22. It shall be the duty of the Council to order all elections, and to designate the places of holding the same ; to give at least ten days notice thereof, and to appoint two clerks in their respective wards : and they shall conduct such elections according to the general regulations prescribed by law concerning elections. In case any of said judges fail to attend, the electors present may appoint others in their stead. The judges in the respective wards shall cause two lists of the names of the voters to be kept, and numbered regularly, which number shall correspond with the number which shall be written in figures on the ballot of! each voter before it is deposited in the ballot box. Sec. 23. Should the Mayor wilfully fail or refuse to discharge any of the duties imposed upon him by the provisions of this act, or j wilfully and knowingly exercise any power j...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

STATE LAWS. order of the city, and in enforcing the bylaws and ordinances of the Common Council. Sec. 34. It shall be the duty of the City Marshal, in addition to the duties prescribed to him by the Common Council, to execute and return all process issued by the Recorder, or directed to him by any legal authority, and to attend upon the Recorder's Court regularly : he may, upon the approval ofthe Mayor, appoint deputies, to be paid by the city, who shall possess the same power and authority as the Marshal ; he shall arrest all : persons guilty of a breach of the peace and | violation of city ordinances, and bring them before the Recorder for trial ; he may also perform all the duties of Collector of taxes, under the direction ofthe Common Council. and shall receive for the collection of such taxes, two and a half per cent, on the amount collected and paid over. Sec. 35. It shall be the duty of the City Attorney to attend to all suits, matters, and things that the city may be interes...

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