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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

STATE LAWS. redeemed by him the date on which he redeemed the same, from whom recieved, and also keep a record of the same, giving the number of the bond or warrant, the date of the same, time when redeemed, and the amount. Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the Governor and Comptroller to attend at least once in each month at the treasurer's office, examine all bonds and warrants received by the treasurer as aforesaid, and cause the same to be registered and cancelled in such manner as to prevent them from being reissued or put in circulation. . Sec. 7. -From- and after the first day of August next, ail the revenues of the State. of every nature s and description, shall be collected in gold and silver; Provided, however, that in payment of the ordinary tax for State purposes, the bonds issued under the aforesaid act, entitled an act creating a temporary State loan, shall be received as heretofore. Sec. 8. From and after the first day of August next, the moneys received into the State ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 27 March 1851

PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED FOR THE " DAILY UNION,"' BY J. B. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, BUCK BUILDING. ON THE LEVEE. Brcart— American Pilot Ha 12 American Navy Ba. 9 CratKcrs— Bcnt'a Water 15 a 18 Bent's Sugar .'. 20 a 22 s '"- : Butter — a — ;■"-,"-; Fancy 25 a of) Hoot* nml Brognns— Dress Calf ?3000a 38 00 large rise, per doz 5 • Heavy pegged, large size. .22 00 a 28 00 Long grained '• ". . 35 00 a4O 00 Brogans, stout " ". . 18 00 a2l 00 Coal— Anthracite, per ton 10 00 a 14 00 Smith's, per ton 80 00 a 40 00 Sidney, per ton 14 00 a 16 00 Clothing — Heavy, coarse, largo sizes, sells for a fair advance on invoice price. Coffee—Green Rio, per lb \7i\a I<>£ Sandwich Island, per lb. . . 13 a 11 11 oast and Ground d 0... -. 18 a 22 C'ftiitlles — Sperm, per lb 47 a 50 Adamantine, do 37 a 40 Mould, do 11 a ' 121 Cordage— Manilla, large, per Ib. . 20 a 22 Manilla rope, small, do ... 25 a 23 Cigars— Havana, superior per M. . 50 00 a 75...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

THE DAILY UNION. Vol. I.— No. 9.] SACRAMENTO CITY, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1851. [Price 5 Cents.

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"THE DAILY UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

"THE DAILY UNION." John F. MORSE, editor. W« publish thii Morning the above-named paper, at the reduced price of Five Cents per copy. In adding another Journal to the list of those already published, wo believe we arc but responding %0 the imperative wants of the community ; and we know that in assuming the responsible position contemplated in such an enterprise, we are actuated by ■Othing but honorable determinations to establish » medium of intelligence which shall afford unequalled facilities for advertising, and through which we can always speak with the assurances of justice, equity and decorum. It will be our aim to publish the first news in the beet stylo and at the lowest prices. And that we t»a do this, we feel confident, from the practical j ability of those constituting the publishing depart3»e>t* together with their known energy, and long «peri«nce in all the detail of a newspaper publication. We havo already made preparation for receiving early and important ...

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GENERAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. Religious Service ■— Congreo ATjrcv.u. Church, fith street, between I and .T— Her. J. A. Bcnton, Pastor. Divine servic« every Sabbath at l(\\ o'clock a. M. and 3 o'clock r. M. Methodist Episcopal Church, North, 7th st., between L and M—Roy. Mr. Rriggs, Pastor. Di- : Tine jervlce every Sabbath nt lOi o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m. Methodist Episcopal CinrRCH Scn-ni. 7th st; , between J and X— Rev. Mr. Penniman, Pastor. Di- , Tir.c serrice every Sabbath at 10J o'clock a. m. Baptist ChI'KCU, N. E. corner of 7Ui and L it* — Rev. James W. Capcn, Pastor. Divh"> service every Sabbath at 10J o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. "s.oma*< Cattiolic Church, corner of 7th and X j <t«— Ucv. John !ner>l.l<=>>v. Pastor. Divine worship ' on every Sabbath and Holliday, at 10^ o'clock a. m., j and 4| r. M-; on other days at 7 o'clock a. m. Masonic I^odrrrs. — Lodge, No. 3. meets on the 2d and 4th Mondays of...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

Vi:W BOOKS AND STATJOX■"ERY, LAW BOOKS, Collyer on Partnership. Perkins edition; Ballantine on Limitations; Smith's Mercantile Law; Kent's CnßiEtentaric.s ; Bouvier's Law Dictionary; Wheaton/s Elements of International Law; PoUiier on Contract ?; Conklin^'s Treatise; Wharton's American Criminal Law: Chitty j on Pleading: Digest Law of the United States: i Coaklin^'s United States Admiralty; Pritch ard's Admiralty Digest; Rights and Duties of Merchant Seamen: Laws of the United States | 1»y Story — also by Sharswood; Story's Equi- ; ty Jurisprudence; Story on Bailments; Story on Bills of Exchange; do. on Partnership: do. j on Agency; do. oil Promissory Notes; do. on j Conflicts of Laws. Also, a large Assortment, | too numerous to mention, of schoolbooks of j every description; music books, dictionaries, ; •etc.; gold dust boxes, with and without tins, from 800 to 20,000 in size; American and j English playing cards by the doz. and gross; j ■twin* in balls; wrapping paper; gold dust :...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. JOSEPH R. BEARD. JB. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. ml 9 CLARK & MILNE, Auction and Commission V^ Merchants, Front si, between X and L. ml 9 ETTYMAN & BARROLL, Wholesale AucJL tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between J and X streets. ml 9 2m Bankers. RHODES, STURGES & CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between J and K. ; ml 9 HENSLEY & MERRILL, Bankers and Exchange Brokers, 47 Second street, between J and K. ml 9 BEACH, WELLS & CO., Bankers, J street, near Second. " • ml 9 lm BF. HASTINGS & CO., Bankers and Commis- . sion Merchants, No. 51 J street. ml 9 lw Bakers. WINKLE'S BAKERY, X street, between Front and Second. Cake.", pies, &c, always on hand. ml 9 Ira Booksellers. EG ROVE & MURRAY, Booksellers and JLi Stationers, Post Office Bui...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Hardware Merchants. JG. ANDERSON & CO., Dealers in Stoves, • Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 3d and 4th. : m! 9 lw CW. STILES & CO., Tinners, X street, be- . tween Front and 2d streets. m2l lm Hotels and Restaurants. LADY ADAMS HOTEL, by Politz & Barters, X street, near Front and Steamboat Landings, Sacramento City. The house is well supplied with Lodging Rooms and Single Rooms. Meals, (including wines) 75 cc»ts. m 22 WISCONSIN HOTEL] X street, near 7th W street. J. R. Crawford, D. Frathers, Proprietors. •> * Ul2. 1 ) lm* KESCENT CITY HOTEL, J street, between KJ 3d and 4th. ni22 3m ABBEY HOTEL, by RYDER &BYERS, J street, between 6th and 7th. ml 9 lm ROBERTS & GEPHART, Union Hotel, J st, IX between 7th and Bth sts. ml 9 lm ACIFIC HOUSE, No. 24 J street, a few doors below 2d — Gkeseka &Mathewsox. ml 9 BOSTON RESTAURANT— A. T. Sloper— 2d street, between J and K. m! 9 lm HOLE IN...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. ' s+yj-*;**;* PALMER & COS CAMFOR/^£^I%NIA EXPRESS COMPANY, for j^jj>jJi^£i4tho transmission of all freight, mer--1 ■*'*■""-- "ehandise, valuables and gold dust, to ; and from California, Oregon and Pacific ports and ; Europe : to and from the West Indies and China — ' being General Forwarders by the most expeditious j routes and on the most moderate terms. Mr. Palmer having been engaged for some time in | mercantile business in San Francisco, and made re- \ peated trips to California, he has made himself familiar with all duties concurrent upon the most beneficial mode of conducting the : "Express Business" j with as little delay as possible.* , All freights for Cal- i ifornia will be dispatched from the New York Office | to the Pacific steamers twice a month under charge j of a competent agent, whose name will at any time j be givon, and who will return immediately with '' vouchers, giving early intelligence of shipment, after the manner of t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

POST ROUTES. VMTEI) STATES MAIL.. PROPOSALS for carrying the mails of the A 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 i specified, viz : California. No 5061 : From San Francisco, daily, except Sunday, at 4 p in. By Benicia : To Sacramento City, by 5 a in, next day. 100 miles. And back between 2pm and 11pm. Proposals to run at other hours, leaving San Francisco and Sacramento City in the morning, will be considered. No 5062 : From San Francisco, three times a week, at 4 pm, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. By Benicia, Martinez and New York. To Stockton by 5 a in, next days, 130 miles. And back behveen 2pm and 10 p m, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Proposals for six times a week serv...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 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 p m next day. 60 miler And back between 6am Thursday, and 6pm 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 Livemore's to Stockton, by 6 p m next day, 70 miles. And back between Cam Monday, and 6 p m next day. Proposals for service once in two weeks will be considered. No 5980 : From San Jose City, onco a week, at 6 a m Thursday. To Santa Cruz by 6 p m. next day. Proposals for service once in two weeks will be considered. No 5081 : From San Jose City, once & week, at 6 a m Tuesday. By San Juan. To Monterey, by 6 p m next day, 70 miles. And back between 6am Thursdays, and 6pm next day. Proposals for service twice a week will bo considered. No 5982 : From Monterey, once a week, at 6 a m Thursday. By Solidad, San Miguel, San Lvi» Obispo, Dana...

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"STEAMER UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

"STEAMER UNION." jB3~On Saturday morning we shall issue n limited edition of the first number of the M Steamer Union." It will contain all the articles of interest to our friends on the Atlantic side, which have appeared in «>ur Daily ; a general summary of the news in California since the sailing of the last steamer, and a full mul correct Prices C»mnt of the markets of our city. Advertisements inserted on liberal terms.

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JOB PRINTING [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

JOB PRINTING We fire now prepund to Mcommodate the Public with every vimoty of Tor, Pimntixo, having an 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. . , .-. Jon WoKS done in oolon, when de-ired. Blanks of every description printed on the .-h ■-:;- cst notice, and in the neatest style. £!TDr. S. T. "Watts has kindly eonsentfld to become BUT agent at Marysville. Our friends in that quarter will hare prompt attention paid to their orders by leaving them at his office, comer of Front and I) streets.

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Onr Position. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

Onr Position. A few days since, we promised to define the course we should pursue in respect to politics and political parties : a promise which may be regarded by some as unnecessary, after declaring our intention to publish a neutral paper : but one. nevertheless, which we believe will subserve good purposes in regard to the public, and promote our own convenience in the premises we occupy. When we used the words " neutral and independent," we did so, because we looked upon them as being consistently blended together, and appropriately indicative of that course which we intend rigidly to pursue. In our neutrality, we shall be neither Whig nor Democrat, nor the supporter of any party whatever, the movements of which ia marked by partisan sympathies or partisan designs : a position, to maintain which, we shall suspend every right to party predilection, beyond the isolated exercise of the elective franchise, silently ami quietly appropriated to the support of such men as our judgment...

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Dr. Deal's Lecture before the Mercantile Library Association. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

Dr. Deal's Lecture before the Mercantile Library Association. POETRY AS A SCIENCE. NO. 111. Something must be said of the harmony of numbers ; but when so much depends on the ear, it must be expected that I should make observations, rather than lay down rules. At the same time you will remember, that whatever remarks I may make, are only the decisionfwhich are agreeable to my own ear, and therefore it remains for you to give them whatever force you please. I think it is agreed by all who have any pretence to judgment in regard to Poetry, that blank verse is. capable of the greatest, the most powerful, and most varied harmony. The flow of numbers is not restrained by the necessity of a cadence at the end of the verse, which is frequently indispensable in the couplet measure. The harmony extends unbroken through an arbitrary number of lines, and rises and falls with the subject, without suppression or restraint — as thus : "Boldly assault the Necromancer's Hall, Where if he be, || wit...

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Items of Foreign Vnv<. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

Items of Foreign Vnv&amp;lt;. A proposal has been made to change the starting point of the British American steamers from Liverpool to llolyhead. It is stated by the London papers that the Chrystal Palace for the Worlds Fair will be lighted with American electric light. The Porte has organized a project for a regular steam service on the waters of the Bosphorus. The Senate of Hamburg has decreed the expulsion of the Hungarian refugees in that town. The Imperial Library, founded at St. Pctersburgh by Catharine 11., has been thrown open to the public by the Emperor Nicholas. It contains 563,420 volumes and 14,471 man- useripts. The question as to what the law of Scotland says, upon the subject of marriage with a deceased wife's sister will shortly be settled, as a man is now in gaol who is to be indicted for incest, on account of having formed such a connection, and the law officers of the Crown have refused to release him on bail. It is said that M. Lamartine is about to be appoi...

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CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. IN SENATE. San Jose, March 24. Mr. Crosby, from the Select Committee to whom was referred a bill defining what in certain cases shall be sufficient evidence of possession of lands, reported the same with an amendment. Mr: Broderick mored to strike out all relating to leases, except stwrh as were made in good faith^m section sixth, which is as follows : Sec. 6. "All leases executed" oy any officer of the United States, and confirmed by the proper executive departments of the govern" ment of the United States, shall have the same force and effect in possessory actions, as grants mentioned in the preceding sections of this act." The motion, after some discussion, was adopted. Mr. Robinson moved to reconsider the last vote, which was carried by 9 to 2. Mr. Broderick then withdrew his amendment, and Mr. Robinson moved to amend section sixth by inserting " confirmed by the proper authority/ instead of " confirmed by the proper executive department," which was adopt...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Gold Dust Seventeen I»»llar» per Ounce. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 28 March 1851

BY THIS MORNING 'S BOAT. Gold Dust Seventeen I»»llar» per Ounce. Through Freeman &amp;amp; Co* Bxpress. By the Confidence, at three o'clock this morning, the papers from below came to hand. We perceive by them that $17 per ounce is now offered by the brokers for gold dust. A cold blooded murder was committed at the Mission Dolores on Wednesday evening. The victim was Capt. E. M. Jarvis. a resident of San Francisco, formerly a very extensive landholder. While walking with his wife, a little after dark, a man rushed behind him •and plunged a knife in his back. He expired immediately. An important discovery of a coal mine lias been discovered on the estate of M. \ allejo. near Benicia. The bill to punish grand larceny, highway robbery, &amp;amp;c.. by death, and petty larceny by flogging to the extent of fifty lashes— in the discretion of the jury— has passed the House to.day. just as it had come from the Senate. The bill only awaits the Governor's signature to become a law. Th...

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