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From tae New York Herald. California's Drmand for Admission into the Union. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
From tae New York Herald. California's Drmand for Admission into the Union. The Senators and Representatives elect from the State of California, have addressed both houses of Congress, placing before them certified copies of the constitution of the new State, together with their credentials, and requesting, "in the name ol the people of California, the ad mission of the State of California into the American Union." The document, which, owing to its extreme length and the crowded state of our columns, we have not space for in the Herald, commences with an expression of regret and astonishment that they find an organized opposition to the wishes of the Californians, and that that organization is so important in ability and numbers. The arguments against the admission are then met and an- 1 I swered. They proceed in this way, stating that they are " fully aware that . much ignorance, misapprehension and I misconception exists in the public mi of the Atlantic States relative to their co...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 1 Saceamkmo District, \ ss - Court of First Instance for said District in Civil Cases. William G. McPhetridge, j vs. 5 Assumpsit. Thomas A. Downing. ) "JPrIE defendant in the above cn r i- * lied cause, will take notice, that on the third day of April, H5O, the plaintiff in this case sued out of the Court of First Instance for sad District a writ o&gt; attachment against the said defendant, and by virtue of said writ has attached the following described property, to wit: The west half of Lot No. 4, in the square between Bth diid 9th, and X and L streets, iv Sacramento City, and State of California. Now, unless the sa ; ri defendant appear in said Court within four weeks, and plead or demur to the said plaimiti 's declaration in case heretofore iled, the same will be lancn us comesseu ttutl judgment entered accordingly, and me said attached property sold to satisfy said judgment. PRESLEY DUNLAP, Clerk Court of i irst Instance for said District, &a...
HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
HOME. It is gratifying to a man to have the confidence of those with whom he does business — to be sought after by his associates — to have the good opinion of his neighbors — and, if his profession should bring him before the public, to have the applause of his country. These are commendable objects, and the desire for them is the best means of putting one in the way of obtaining them. But though these are praiseworthy obj ects, which, if attained, add to our happiness, yet they do not contain the elements of real, hearty and substantial enjoyment. A man may deserve them all, have them all, and get the reward of them all, and yet his life may be one scene of bitterness. Whatever his merits, lie is among the people of the world, not of them. They leave him to recruit his spirits, and prepare himself for their service as he best may. When he is sick, they leave him, and when he dies they look out for another. Man, therefore, requires what may be termed an active rest — a rest which i...
Latest from San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
Latest from San Francisco. Our latest dates from below are up to April 26. Before us lie the Pacific News of April 24th, and the Alta California of April 25th and 2Gth. It will be remembered that on an attempt made by the Ayuntamiento of San Francisco to dispose of a large number of town lots a,t public auction, many of the citizens differing from the Council, as to its authority and the right in the matter, placed an injunction upon their proceedings. The case was carried up before the Hon. Levi Parsons, Judge of the Fourth Judicial District of the State. The council for the complainants was Mr. Morrison and those for the defendants were Messrs. Peachy, Yale, Wilson and Weller. The case occupied the attention of the Court several days, and at last by the decision of the Court, the injunction was confirmed. Mr. Herz gave his farewell concert in Sai Francisco on Saturday evening last. Hi leaves California for Mexico on the t% Pana ma." He intends to stop in Mexico unti Fall, then to ...
Items from our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
Items from our Exchanges. The World's Exhibition. -— Messrs. J, &amp; G. Munday have made a contract with the Society of Arts for the entire management of Prince Albert's grand " Exhibition of the Industry of all Nations," to take place in 1851. They are to erect a suitable building with fixtures, at a cost of £50,000, to give £20,000 in prizes, to pay all contingent expenses at their own risk, and if any surplus is realized frnm the receipts, they are to have two-thirds of the profits. Some of the dealers in New York have re ceived teas and silks from China by the way of California. This may be considered the beginning of that vast trade which is destined before long to take the Californian route to this continent. The N. Y. Tribune says that the great project of uniting Lakes Erie and Michigan by means of the Michigan Southern Railroad, is being pushed forward with energy. The extension from Hillsdalc to Coldwater has been put under contract, and 2200 tons of iron for the ...
Legislative- Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
Legislative- Proceedings. [Reported for the Sacramento Transcript.] San Jose, Friday April 19. Senate. Read 3d time and passed. Bill for the protection and government of Indians. Concerning limitations ; to prescribe the duties of guardians ; concerning the County of Marin, and ether organized counties of the State; in relation to set-off; for the relief of persons imprisoned in civil cases. The joint resolutions from the Assembly in regard to slavery in the States, were taken up, amended, and on motion of Mr. Broderick, indefinitely postponed. Assembly. Read 3d time and passed. -- Bill for the relief of persons imprisoned in civil cases ; concerning jurisdiction in certain counties in this state ; concerning set-off: joint resolution in regard to slavery in the states and territories. Indefinitely postponed. Bill relating tc the partition of lauds owned by several persons. Referred. Bill to regulate proceedings • -against debtors by attachment ; to abolish all laws now in force, ex...
MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. (Single __________ ) ARRIVED, April 25, Am'n bark Rio. Baker.183 days from Providence, R I; Am ship Brutus, Mitchell, 60 ds fm Panama; Am brig Maria. Toner, 153 days fm Bath; Am brig Samuel French. Brown, 134 ds fm Eastport, Me; Am brig Agate, Johnson, 172 ds fm Machias, Maine. April 26, ship Stephen Baldwin, 225 days from Philadelphia; brig Anna. Suarev. 149 days from Newburyport; schr Anonyma, Latham 44 days fm Hong Kong; brig Hungarian,' How, 138 days fm N York; brig Franklin Adams, Filker, fm Searsport, Me; ship Lt Maury, Hill, 151 ds fm N York; brig Georgiana, Brown. 71 ds fm Valparaieo.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
Oied, In this city, on the -J.Jd inst., Mr. AUGUSTUS WILSON, aged 21, late of Crawford comity, 111. The father of the deceased, died three months ago. ~|^OR SALE — 10 houses and one * sheet iron house, all complete. Also, an invoice of single and double harness, 6 setts cart harness, mule collars, and a large assortment of groceries, suitable for the mines; mining implements, four yoke of oxen and wagon, for sale by WOOD &amp; KENYONS, ap3o tf X st., between 4th and sth sts. For Sale. *F|r The barque JOHN W. CATER, 21? tons register, now ljinsrat t lie levee above the slough, wHTbe sold ai auction as soon as the cargo is out. if not previously disposed of by private sale. The "Cater" has an elegant cabin, with nine staf; rooms. Apply on board, or lo Mr. BALL, bark Eliza. ap'3o-3t*
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
AMUSEMENTS. At BENEFIT OF Mr. H. DONNELT j At Dr. Carpenter's Hall, on Second striS alar Jrespectfully announce to the public that they will giyejail Entertainment: at^ the above Hal for the Benefit of Mr. H. Donnelly on Wed nesday evening, the Ist of May, consist}"- of a • variety of Songs, Glees, Choruses, W iu y Say ings, Negro Lecture, &amp;c. yoay For particulars see small bills • ! Admission, $2; j&gt; Front seats reserved for ladies Doors open at 7 o'clock-performance to commence at 8 o'clock precisely. ■ ,—. ° t Rowe's Olympic Circus. OTAVINGr made arrangements" with „ ■"■Messrs.- Petit $• Queen, by which the I acific Theatre has been procured, the undersigned, proprietor and manager, would respectfully announce to the public of Sacramento City, that he intends opening the Olympic Circus .in the above mentioned . theatre, on Thursday Evening, 2d May. ! . ' 'JOSEPH A. ROWE. Sac. City, April 9, 1850. aplO tf '■ j^"OTICE— all whom it may con- ' cern. — The follo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
AUCTION SALES. TwHrivElZutG^liol^ &gt; -AT AUCTION * -, . . *r\ A RARE CHANCE. ! npilE undersigned will ') sell at auctii tion on Thuisday. May II o'clock, on the premises, one frame. house t -i;L\-40 feet, , story high, built in the very best manner express- ■ ly fol a: private: dwelling^ togethtir,with the lot, ' 20x80. This is a rare chance to obtain a residence, j as it is seldom this kind of property is thrown in- j to the market/ The location is a fine one, being 1 situated on sth, near corner of 1» street: "'*' ■ ;; ' i Also, at the same time and place, a lot of land adjoining the above, 20at80 feet, with the fine blue canvas house thereon. This house has a good floor, divided into separate apartments, and is one of the best canvass tenements in the city. ■ ; r The sale to" be positive as the present occupants are going- to leave the city. Terms easy, and made known at the sale. For further particulars enquire of N. A. M. DUDLEY, Auc'r. Office on board of brig Taranto...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
AUCTION SALES. * By J. B. Starr &amp; Co. -&gt; : i'- •-&gt;- Ji AT AUCTION. ' cVi :': ' THE STEAMER YUBA. ! -Will sold, at 12 o'clock, on TUESDAY, May Ist, 1650, by J. B. Starr &amp; Co., Auctioneers, one quarter of the steamer Yuba; :. she. has 30 horse power, and is in good running order. . - • • .. ''Those ■wishing to purchase can gain further information by applying to " ap27 2t " "J. B. STARR &amp; CO., Auc'is. - ■ - ' ' - :': ' ■ . | ! THOS. J. lIANNA.. Auct r7~ . By.it. Hammctt &amp; .Coy. ELIZA LOTS. R. Hammett $ Co., will sell This Day, at 10 o'clock, at their Real Estate Mart and Sales Room, One Hundred and Fifty building lots, in the town of Eliza, being, some of the best lots in the city; several valuable, on account of their business locations. - Also, Fifty Lots in the town of Marysville. Terms of sale; half cash, balance in 30 days. Also, at the same time and place, to close out sundry consignments, butter, lard, cigars...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
. Medical Partner sbin. TJOCTORS fT. J. WHITE and 6. ** D. CLEVELAND have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics; and have established an extensive Hospital, that will accommodate one hundred patients, on the corner of Ninth I and L streets; where one of the parties can always be found, and the other at the counting room of Paul, White &amp; Co, * Dr. White's personal attention' -frill, at all times, be devoted to such cases as may, be entrusted to his care apl2-3m v 'pPRBU^E CITY, Taylor's Haiich,, Buievilleand Cclusa, in route for Derr Creek, Lawscn's, Redding' 'Diggings, and the Trinity. The steamer STAR, Capt. Montgomery will leave regularly for the above places.— By the above route, passenger's are landed at Bute City, trie head of steamboat Navigation, where males and provisions can always be obtained for Deer Creek and its vicinity, and the Trinity River. It is also the most direct and expeditious route to the upper Feather River min...
THE MINIATURE [For the Sacramento Transcript.] THE MINIATURE [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
THE MINIATURE [For the Sacramento Transcript.] THE MINIATURE BY K. J . C. KEWEN. I gaze entranced ! and as my wondering eyes Drink in the beauty of thy witching smile, The hopes and haunted thoughts of years ariße, That line the shore of Mem'ry's dream-girt isle, And Moslem-like, I feel, at length, 'tis given To view the Houri of my vison'd Heaven. I gaze, and fain would bow and worship thee, For ne'er did to the Grecian minstrel seem A Goddess worthier of the homaged knee, Nor e'er did Nymph that haunted Poet's dream Awaken half the deep idolatry My heart has gathered to its shrine for thee. Thou seem'at too lovely far for mortal birth An angel-visitant of this lowly sphere ;—; — Thy charms are of the primrose morn of earth . When every flower did its God revere — When Naiads laughed beside the silver stream And fairies revelled in the orient beam. Sweer shape! thy beauty has enshrined my thought, . And fixed its anchored dreams on thee alone, And oh, the shrine my pilgrim-fancy so...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Warbass &amp; Co., I Successors to T. J. Henley St Co. and Field * Co., BANKERS, vi Exchange Bbokeb s and Real Estate Agkkts, Corner of Second and J sts.. Sacramento City. J^XCHANGE for sale on N. York, "^ Philadelphia, Si. Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. Gold dust bought. Drafts and bills collected. Real Estate bought, sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United States. Miners, wishing to remit to the United States, by sending the amount to W. &amp; Co., with the ad dress of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rely on drafts being forwarded by first opportunity. To protect against loss by fire, .W. &amp; Co. have purchased the large double safe formerly used by the Phoenix Bank of New York, and believe it to be the largest and most secure of any in California. THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM S. HEYL, JOHN F. MORSE. References in Sacramento City— Hardin Bigelow, Esq.; S. Brannan &amp...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. ! ■V'v^ii : Barton L,ee, \: vi - (Formerly Priest, Lee &amp; Co.) EXCHANGE. REAL estate and BANKING office; On the east side of Sid st: between I and J sts. TJILLS OF EXCHANGE m. all M - m - parts of the United States for sale. Money loaned on good security. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit, and a general banking business done. Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. aplOtf 17. S. Mail. PASSENGER and TRANSPOR- -■■ TATION LINE OF ASPINWALL STEAMERS. Fare to San Francisco $20 44 Yuba city and Marysville 15 Fare from San Francisco to Marysville... 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 pla...