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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. JOSEPH R. BEARD. JB. STARR &amp; CO., Auctioneers and Commis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. ml 9 CLARK &amp; MILNE, Auction and Commission \J Merchants, Front st, between X and L. ml 9 T)RETTYMAN &amp; BAR ROLL. Wholesale AucJL tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between J and X streets. inl9 2in Bankers. RHODES, STURGES &amp; CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between J and K. m l 9 HENSLEY &amp; MERRILL, Bankers and Exphangc Brokers, 47 Second street, between J and K. ml 9 BEACH, WELLS &amp; CO., Bankers, J street, near Second. ml 9 lm BF. HASTINGS &amp; CO., Bankers and Commis- . sion Merchants, No. 51 J street. ml 9 lw HINK.S &amp; MACE, Exchange Brokers, J street, next door above Crescent City Hotel. m2B lm* ARTHUR W. FOOTE, Exchange Bank, 2d street, between J and K. m2B lm Bakers. WINKLE'S BAKERY, X street, betw...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
BUSINESS CARDS. Hardware Merchants. ASHLEY &amp; CO., Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron, Tin Ware, &amp;c., X street, 4 doors above Second street. m! 9 RA. KNOX &amp; CO., Wholesale Dealers in • Stoves, Sheet Iron aud Tin ware, J street near 7th street. m! 9 lm FOLGEB &amp; CLIFT, Builders' Hardware, Stoves, heavy Machinery, fee.,222 J street, between 7th and Sth sts. inl9 lm LORD, THOMPSON &amp; CO., Wholesale Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 4th and sth, north side. ml 9 lm Hardware Merchants. JG. ANDERSON &amp; CO., Dealers in Stove?, • Sheet iron and Tin ware, J street, between 3d and 4th. ml 9 lw CW. STILES &amp; CO., Tinners, X street, be- • tween Front and 2d streets. in' 24 lm Hotels and Restaurants. LADY ADAMS HOTEL, by PoUTZ &amp; B.vrtels, X street, near Front and Steamboat Landings, Sacramento City. The house is well supplied with Lodging Rooms and Single Rooms. Meals, (including win...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. ' '"-*.«■- PALMER &amp; COS CAL.IPORNIA EXPRESS COMPANY, for '~~ &lt;^^MiiLj the transmission of all freight, iner- -"""~ '* i *' ' irsr chandise, valuables and gold dust, to and from California, Oregon and Pacific ports and Europe: to and from the West Indies and Chinabeing General Forwarders by the most expeditious routes and on the most moderate terms. Mr. Palmer having been engaged for some time in mercantile business in San Francisco, and made repeated trips to California, he has made himself familiar with all duties concurrent upon the most bene- | ficial mode of conducting the "Express Business" i with, as little delay as possible. All freights for California will be dispatched from the New York Office to the Pacific steamers twice a month under charge of a competent agent, whose name will at any time j bo given, and who will return immediately with j vouchers, giving early intelligence of shipment, after the manner of the United States mails. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
POSTJROUTES. UNITED STATEsIttAII.. PROPOSALS for carrying the mails of the x 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 ol 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 I 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 am, next day, 130 miles. And back between 2pm and 11 p m. 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 m, next days, 130 miles. And back botwecn 2pm and 10 p m, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Proposals for six times a. week serv...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
POST ROUTES. No 5078 : From San Jose City, once a i week, at G a m Tuesday. By San Jose Mission and Martinez, i To Benicia, by 6p m next day, 60 miles. p 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 Livcmore's to Stockton, by 6 p m next day, 70 miles. And back between 6am Monday, and 6 p m next day. Proposals for service once in two week* will be considered. No 5080 : From San Jose City, once a week, at 6 a m Thursday. To Santa Cruz by 6 pm, next day. Proposals for service once in two weeks will be considered. No 5081 : From San Jose City, onco a 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 Luis Obispo, Dana's, La P...
"STEAMER UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
"STEAMER UNION." #3~ THIS MORNING we shall issue a limited ' edition of the first number of the " Steamer Union." It will contain all the articles of interest to our friends on the Atlantic side, which have appeared in our Daily ; a general summary of the news in California since the sailing of the last steamer, and a full and correct Prices Current of the markets of our city. Advertisements inserted on liberal terms.
JOB PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
JOB PRINTING. We are now prepared to accommodate the Public with every variety of Jon Pri.nti.ng, having an excellent supply of Job Type and Fancy Borders. Having procured ;i fine assortment of Double Enamelled Cards, we are also prepared to print &lt; akds in a very superior style, and at the must reasonable prices. Jon Wosk done in colors, when deshydi Hlanks of ewry description printed on the shortest notice, and iii the neatest style. «55~Pk. S. T. Watts has kindly consented to become our Bgeni at MarysviUe. Our friends in thai qiiarter will have prompt attention paid to their orders by leaving them at his ofliee, corner of Front and I) streets.
Contemplated Reirciiclumi.t. NO. I. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
Contemplated Reirciiclumi.t. NO. I. By the politeness of the lion. Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Senator Weathered, we have been put in possession of copies of the J&gt;i!l now pending in reference to the various salaries of State Officers. That the provisions of this Bill are most importantly related to the interests and welfare of the State, needs no discussion at our j hands to make it apparent, — that a debate upon and a judicious analysis of its relations to the past, the present, and the future, will lead to valuable and important conclusions, we fully believe — that the Legislators constructing such a bill, and urging its adoption, have the interests of the commonwealth at heart, we are fully convinced. This much we premise, that we may examine the subject without interruption from a charge of foregone conclusions, or personal prejudices against the bill. Retrenchment we believe to i be one indication of reform. Reform implies a j change by which some i...
Assays. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
Assays. Our thanks are due to Messrs. Moffat &amp; Co. for a table exhibiting the results of various Assays made upon the different coins of the State, by Mr. Humbert, U. S. Aseayer at San Francisco. The Assays, have been made per request of "James King of Win.": and we do not only commend the act, but we think there is a great propriety of having the thing so often repeated, that the people may know what is the real value of such a currency. Banking-house of James King of Win.. San Francisco, 21st March 1851. Augustus Humbert, Esq., U. S. Assayer. &amp;c. Dear Sir : Herewith I send samples of the following coinage : Baldwin's .... 13 Twenties .... $200 « ....lOTens. ....... 100 « .... 28 Fives 140— $500 Schultz's .... .45 Fives •• • • 225 Dubosq's . .... 7 Ten 5...... •".' 70 _ « 3 Fives ....... 15— 85 May 1 ask of you the favor to have these assayed separately, and let me have the result* as early as you conveniently can and oblige, Yours* very truly, ''-114I 1 4Ja...
Redaction of Salaries Bill, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
Redaction of Salaries Bill, The following are the rates of reduction contemplated in Mr. Bradford's bill,; now before the Assembly. Alongside, we place the salaries as they now are : Present Hates. Proposed r ; * ■ - 1 Rates. ' See'v. Total. To the Governor. .$4,000 $10,000 $2,000 $12,000 To the See. .State . 3,000 j 7,000 3,000 10,000 To fie Comptroller of State.. •• 4,000 8,000 3.600 11.000 To the State Treas 4.000 9.000 3,600 12.600 To the At. Gon... 1.000 7.000 " 7.000 To the Surv. Gen. 500 7,500 7,500 To the Super't. of ; M Pull'c lnstruct'n. 500 no sal. fixed. To the Justices of Sup. Court, 3at 15,000 30,000 - 30,000 To the Di.--. Judges, nine at......... 36,000 67,500 67,500 To the Dis. Attor- ' ney, nine at . : . . 9,000 . 18,000 18,000 Total proposed $77,000 Total now $176,800 The salaries of the officers of State is inclusive of the salaries of private secretaries and clerk hire. The per diem at present of members of the Legislature is $16. and their, mileage is $10 for ev...
CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
CALIFORNIA LEG I S LATURE . SENATE. San Jose. March 2") th. Assembly bill concerning Courts of Justice and Judicial officers, was considered in committee of the whole. Several amendments were made in it. the principal one being a reduction of the Minis over which Justice's Courts have jurisdiction from |500 to s2oo. About 90 sections were : gone through} the remainder will be dis- i j posed of to-morrow. Assembly bill to repeal an act to provide j ■ for the inspection of steamboats was read ; twice and referred to the committee on commerce and navigation. The Commissioners appointed for the sc- ; lection of the sites of the various state buildings, made a report in which they proposed to place the Capitol. Governor's House, with ■ the University and other institutions on the i elevated hills immediately upon the secure' and commodious harbor of Napa Bay. and iv. ,in which points the whole of Sonoma and San Pablo Kays, from the "Twin Sisters* 1 ! into the Straits of Carquinez ma}' be...
Dr. Deal's JLevturc before the Mercantile library Association. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
Dr. Deal's JLevturc before the Mercantile library Association. rOETRY AS A SCIENCE. NO. IV. Poetical composition admits not of the certainty and precision by which musical composition is directed ; but even in music, unless I am greatly mistaken, imitative harmony cannot be attained .; by, rule, or very many persons with good voices and application might strive for the. palm with Jenny Lind. As regards judgment in the Sentimental province of Poetry, I would recommend one general and infallible rule, namely— to/o/low nature; by nature I mean whatever is natural in the moral and physical world. It is only when the poet loses sight of this that he goes into rants, flights, hyperboles, and every other species of false composition. To prove this, it is only necessary to peruse : much that is'palmed upon the literary world as poetry. There has been so much good sentimental \ poetry written, from the classic days of; Greece to the present time, in the Anacreon and every other style — from ...
Through Freeman A Co's Express. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
Through Freeman A Co's Express. The steamer New World arrived" at her landing this morning at quarter past one o'clock. William Slator has been arrested at San Francisco, on suspicion of being the person •who murdered Capt. Jarves. on Wednesday last. The steamers Tennessee and Columbus, leave San Francisco for Panama on Tuesday next. The McKim leaves on Monday. The committee of the Assembly, appointed to investigate the charges preferred ngainst Judge Parsons, recommend that he he impeached before the Senate. Gov. MeDougal has vetoed the bill authorizing a nolle prosrqui in the case of the Hon. Mr. Robinson and others, indicted for participation in the squatter riots at Sacramento.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
Statk Debt.— We copy from the Picayune the following summary of the indebtedness of the State to the 19th inst. : Amount of 3 perct. bonds outstandingon Dec. 15,1850.. $270,650 00 Amount of interest due at that date 71.836 04 Total amount of 3 per ct. debt on Dec, 15 : * $342,486 04 Bonds redeemed from Deo. 15, toMar 19, 1851.. 598,350 00 Interest redeemed on same 28,509 06 124,859 96 $217,026 08 Add interest from Dec. 15 to March 15, on the still outstanding bonds 15,687 00 $233 ; 313 08 Total amount of Comptroller's ■warrants outstanding on Dec. 15. LBSO 142.974 24 Total issued from Dec. 15 to March 18th 189,091 50 £332.065 74 Redeemed from Dec. 15 to Mar. 19 119,506 16 Total outstanding March 19.. $'212,559 58 RECAPITULATION. Due on 3 per ct. debt £233,313 OS Do. outstanding Comptrol--1 .-I-'., warrants... 212.559 - r »&gt; Total State liabilities outstanding March 19. 1851 $445,872 66 la a statement to the Legislature on the 19th inst., tho Comptroller says there is an a...
MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
MARINE NEWS. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. nil, March 2&lt;&gt;— T!r bark Hartley,' Hill, 220 ds fm Livcqmul. via. Valparaiso 71 da; assorted cargo to BircnLiirl, .1 IMPOIiTATZOJVS* Per Hartley — 190 &lt;•',;&gt; silo. 11 C 3 woolens, 9 bales clothing. :&gt; ci sardines J 3S bbls v.mc, £50 cases champagne; 50 cs pickles^ 21 chs batter, -1 cs cheese, 330 tit: is oal, i anvils, o(i a wine. 10 hhda 35 cs liquor, M cs hard* If) ton.? salt, 15:1 hams.- m CONSIGI I . Per Bireuhurt, Jacobi &amp; co; V &amp; E Oawgon; .1 .\ Slcdden; Schultz &amp; co; GoddeSroy, filjem &amp; co; Heastler, Bains &amp; co; Robinson &amp; co; Wcrthingtoii, Heal &amp; Bunting.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
GENERAL NOTICES Mercantile Library Association. — A quarterly meeting of thu Association will be held :it the rooms of the Society, on Monday evening, March 31st, at 7| o'clock. Every member is requested to b&gt;: present, as business, of importance will come before them. Per order, m 27 CHAS. C. SACKETT, PresH. ■ Freeman &lt;fc t'«»'s Express, to go by Adams &amp; Co., per st.anier of the Ist, closes on Monday, the 31-t in-;, at 12 o'clock m. i Dost forwarded and insured a3 u?ujil. Bills of Excbanoe dravrn on Adams fc Co. for any amount, payable on all the principal cities of t li* - f'uion. m 29 jftiT We are gratified to learn that mir fri.-mi and f. ■llow-eitixen. Capt. Geo. W. Som£s, i? a candidate for the office of Harbor Master. His long experience riup master, hia weO known business capacity mid integrity of character, eminently qualify him to fill the office for which he is a candidate at the ensuing election, with satisfaction to the public and credi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
Sacra jie&gt;to City, Marti? 24, 1851. . JK3" We, the undersigned Citizens and Voters of Sacramento City, will present tm?»name of C. W. Barker, for the votes of the people of Sacramento City for the office of Harbor Master for the Port of Sacramento, at the coming election, believing him fully qualified for the office : ('avert. Hill &amp; Co., C. Homer, Berry, Bliss &amp; Co., ; ' Fay &amp;JCo., Chai Waiuwright, v EdwM £*Pepper, James Suvdam, Nat hi Chapman, *C. II Woodruff, '- • AihtaE Graves, 1 Jr., J N Brooks &amp; Co., * ETS Perkins, A C Ames, Lewis Powers, Jr., Coover &amp; Peppcll, Wm Dodd, Brastow &amp; Co., W'B Latham, Jr., Win A Rico, -II R Ford, ; * ; Asa P Andrews, . . . J C Zabriskie, J P Pcckham, .^' • A J Zabriskie, JCLudlje, '* C--A Johnson, .1 S Bradley, ' \V/S Emory, Frcd'k G Lowe, Jr., • • . D H Ilaskcll, Henry G Langley, f ■? fJohn Salter, F A Walker, ' i John L Bills, Caleb M Ames, . Payne Stilwell, i, J C...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 29 March 1851
AUCTION SALES. _ Alderman, White, Whitman &amp;_£o. B. F. WHITMAN, AUCTIONEER^* AUCTION ROOMS FRONT STREET, BETWEEN X AND L. M CATALOGUE SALE OF Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, &amp;c. THIS DAY, (Saturday,) March 29th, At 9i o'clock , will be sold— H 50 whole boxes Malaga raisins -'-•"' [A] 100 boxes China sugar 4000 lbs bacon shoulders EMP 2000 one-third boxes sardines E 3000 lbs pea nuts M 22 half bblsjriackcrel JGN 70 cases Stjulien claret C ' 50 boxes mould candles EG _ 30 dot long handled shovels 0 II 50 boxes Chili peaches D C 100 kits sup. mackerel L 1' l A 75 boxes black pepper [P]&gt; 40 cases sweet Spanish chocolate ?.' &gt;&gt; 40 cases pickled scollups 4|&gt;»».- - 50' boxes sup. figs R-&amp;-R 35 cases brandy peaches •• J3 F A 20 kegs sup. Gosheu butter IE 600 gallons 3 I syrup, extra heavy * [M] 10 casks cognac brandy 30 quarter casks port wine I " - 20 kegs sup. cherry brandy W 75 tins cheese G A 300 pieces pri...