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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. 280 Montgomery street, San . Francisco. "QC?" Would respectfully offer to Merchants and others DRAFTS on ' Boston, at the Office of J. W. Clark & Co.- ■ Providence, " John L. Noyes.Hartford, « Hartford Bank. NeW, Haven, " City Bank. .-, Albany. " Washbnrn & Co. New York, " JR. W.Clark. Dodge * co. Trenton,': " Mechanics" & Man ? Bk. Philadelphia, « E. W. Clark & co. Pittsburg, " Samuel Jones & co. Harrixburg, " J W. Wier, cashier. Lancaster, " C. Bachman, " Reading, » Farmer's Bank. Pottsville, » Charles Loeser, cashier. Cincinnati, « A. J. Wheeler. Columbus, " Clinton Bank. Cleveland, " City Bank. Louisville, « Hatchings & co. Lexington, « David A. Savre. Nashville, « Col. R. H. MEwen. Memphis, » J. B. Kirkland. Detroit, » Butler & Bailey. St. Louis, « E. W. Clark &. Brothers. Springfield, 111. » N. H. Ridjrely. Galena, " Cromwell Chace. Chicago, " <ieorge Smith...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 April 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. IMI OK niltS and Commission Merchants, Central Wharf, San Francisco, apl-3m y j GEO.ENDICaTT. SAM'li H. GREENE. GEo. J. OAKEf. M Eiidicott. Greene & Qakes 1 fiOMMISSIOH MERCHANTS, and General Dealers in Merchandise' first street, near Market, San Francisco. I npl-3m \ • "" l ' a * ****"»• Wii: i. n-KMuuri Underwood, McKnight & Co fiOMMISSIGN Merchants, on Sansome street, near the foot of Pacific Bt next door to Congress Hall. San Francisco) keep constantly on haud a general assortment of Groceries and Provisions, Pickles, Preserved Meats, Oysters, Lobsters, etc . etc. A 1, IPSO. 1m liurgoyne & Co., Bankers, SAN FRANCISCO. J^XCHANGE for sale on New Or. leans, New York, and principal cities. Gold dust shipped and insured. Agents in New Orleans — Messrs. Maonsel, White &. Co. Agents in New York I Messrs. Wm. Hoge & Co. Any business for us entrusted to Messrs^ Carroll & Higgins, or Judge Jno. A. Reed^...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, MAY 2, 1850. NUMBER 14.

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LIST OF ACTS [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

LIST OF ACTS Passed by the Legislature of California, at its First Session, at Pueblo de San Jose, begun December 15, 1849, and ending Arpil 22, 1850. 1. An act concerning the public archives ; approved January 5, 1850. 2. An act authorising a loan of money to pay the immediate demands on the treasury, until a permanent fund can be raised for that purpose ; approved Jan. 5. 3. An act to create the office of State printer, and defining his duties ; approved January 8. 4. An act in relation to the appointment of pilots in the different ports and harbors of California; approved January 8. 5. An act concerning the official bonds of officers ; approved January 9. 6. An act authorizing the secretary of state, comptroller, treasurer, surveyor general and attorney general, to rent offices and procure the necessary office furniture for their respective offices ; approved January 9. 7. An act concerning the office of comptroller ; approved January 19. 8. An act concerning the office of state ...

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List of Joint Resolutions [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

List of Joint Resolutions Passed at the First session of the Legislature of the Slate of California. 1. Joint Resolution of thanks to Captain John A. Sutter; approved January 24, 1850. 2. Joint Resolution authorizing the Governor to employ a private Secretary; approved January 31. 3. Joint Resolution classifying the Justices of the Supreme Court ; approved February 1. 4. Joint Resolution in relation to the Washington Monument in the city of Washington, District of Columbia ; Approved February 9. 5. Joint Resolution in relation to the pay of Chaplains ; approved February 28. 6. Joint Resolution instructing the Secretary of State to furnish copies of laws to the State Translator ; approved March 2. 7* Joint Resolution in regard to the Mails. 8. Joint Resolution instructing our Senators, and requesting our Representatives in reference to the Mails. 9. Joint Resolution in relation to the immediate publication of the general laws. 10. Joint Resolution, permitting Chief Justice Hastings t...

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Railroad from Sacramento. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

Railroad from Sacramento. Now that the people have so cast their votes as to enable the Council to raise two hundred and fifty thousand dollars over and above the sum which the charter allows them to raise for the ordinary expenses of the city ; now that we are thus sure of having a levee to protect our city from being overflowed semiannually; now that the fear of an inundation, which would of course kill all business for the time being, and render our city totally unfit for the high stand which she is capable of assuming, and which alone she should take among the cities of California, is entirely removed, our attention is turned from the only drawback urder which Sacramento labored to those enterprises of a grander scale, which will lead her on in an unexampled state of prosperity. Among all these enterprises we look upon a railroad which shall run from Sacramento into the mining districts as by far the most important. As we have stated on another occasion — there are but two great...

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ARRIVAL OF THE GOLD HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

ARRIVAL OF THE GOLD HUNTER. LATER NEWS FROM PANAMA. This new steamer arrived at San Francisco on Monday afternoon last, having sailed from Panama on the 7th ult. She had on board 150 passengers, five of whom were females. She brings no later dates from the States, than those already received, but the " Panama Echo" and the "Star," of April 6th, now lie upon our table. The Sarah Sands was to sail on the tenth. The Carolina was advertised to sail on the 15th. The Isthmus was just entering El Realejo, when the Gold Hunter left that port. By ihe Star, we perceive that a report had gained circulation, that the New Orleans was forced to put into St. Thomas, owing to some accident in her machinery. A list of the Gold Hunter's passengers will be found upon our bulletin board, immediately on its arrival here. From the Panama papers we extract the following: It is estimated that there are at least 3000 Americans now in Panama. A new transportation line from Cincinnati, has been placed on the ...

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Correspondence of the " Sacramento Transcript." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

Correspondence of the " Sacramento Transcript." San Francisco, April 30,1850. Messrs. Editors: — The Senator landed me at this city last evening at ten o'clock, and as I stepped on shore I heard a " noise and confusion " near by that was altogether unaccountable. A few steps around a corner brought me in sight of a long torch-light procession, with banners flying, drums beating and men shouting in the greatest enthusiasm. I took the opposite side of the street, and commenced reading the banners, on one of which I saw the following expressive motto: " For Mayor, " The man who tears your houses down I " While walking slowly along, my mind occupied in tryitig to account for the odd taste of some people, all at once I found myself flat on my back, trying to calculate where I was. I was puzzled to determine whether I had been imbibing too freely, or was trying to swim. Soon I became more steady, and after feeling in all directions I at last found the ground, which seemed any where but wh...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, April 27, Br bark Rory O ; More, Brenner, 165 days from Quebec; U S schr Captain Lincoln, Wood, 21 ds from San Diego; Brig Salacia, Armstrong, 90 days from New Zealand; sciir B S Allen, Morgan, l42 days from Boston. April 20, Am steamer Gold Hunter, Coulliard, from Panama April 7th; brigs Garnett, Anthony, 226 ds fm New York; Canonicus, Lyon, 30 ds fm Lahaina; John Enders, O'Neill, 55 ds fm Panama; Cantero, Saunders, 179 ds fm Bangor. MEMORANDA. The Gold Hunter reports the steamer Isthmus, fm Panama for this port; going into Realijo as she came sut, 13th instant. The steamer Sarah Sands Was to sail fm Panama for this port 10th inst., and the Carolina on the loth.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

Died, On the 26th ult., from wounds received by the accidental discharge of a gun. Mr. JOHN H. BEECKMAN, eldes son of Henry Beeckman, Esq., of the city of New York, in the 34th year of his age. [San Francisco papers and New York Express and Courier please copy.] i PUBLIC MEETING.— The citizens of Sacramento City are requested to assemble in general mass meeting on the corner of J and Second streets, at 4 o'clock p. m., on Thursday, the 2d inst., to take such measures as they may deem proper in favor of the permanent location o the seat of government for the State of California . as contemplated by the Legislature. By order of the Mayor. J. M. MACKENZIE, Clerk. Sacramento City, May 1st, 1850. The meeting will be addressed by the Hon. John Bigler, and other members of the Legislature. The Members of the Mutual Hook and Lad der Co., No. 1., are requested to attend a meeting , of the Company at Mr. D. Strong's store, J strei near Second, on Friday evening, May 3d, at hal; past seven o'c...

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AN ORDINANCE [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

AN ORDINANCE To create and define the duties of " Harbor Master" for Sacramento City. Sec. 1. The office of Harbor MasW let is hereby created. . Sec . 2. The duties and powers of the Harbor Master shall be : To direct ' ■Rid C! pntrol.the landing, mooring and . •Ktatio aing of all > water craft ) arriving HvitbJ i the . limits of this City, at any '' '[Hnoint on the levee or banks of the riv- ' •vl|eis> id the loading or unloading of i ?i|tliesa me, so as to prevent interference wjof saJ |d crafts with each other, or the Hi I cargo es thereof . To superintend the HlJaTraii Gjement of merchandize on said %if levee or bank,so that it shall occupy as S little j space as possible. To see that 1 all combustible : materials thereon are if I well protected from fire. To keep said II levee or banks free from, improper E I obstructions. To regulate and con11 trol all vehicles traversing- the same, H and to remove such as obstruct HI free passage thereon, and generally t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co.. THE BRIG STERLING at AUCTION. The above vessel will be sold on the 10th day of May, 1850, if not previously disposed of— she is 210 tons burthen— with all her sails, rigging, &c . as she now lies at the Levee, foot of I street. The brig will be delivered five days after the sale, and the payments are to be made half down and the balance whenever the vessel is delivered. A large quantity of Pilot Bread and other articles will be sold at the same time. For further particulars, apply to J. B. STARR & CO., Auc'rs. Hensley, Merrill & King, Samuel J. Hensley. Robert D. Merrill. James King, of William. EXCHANGE BROKERS, / street, near Front street, :r: r Sacramento City. rjJOLD DUST and COIN bought, sold, and received on deposit. ; ;Vi ; . Drafts on Messrs. Corcoran & Riggs, • payable in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Washington, Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk] Alexandria, Charleston...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

AUCTION SALES. y2 WO DWELLING HOUSES &■ LOTS AT AUCTION. ■■'-:■ A RARE CHANCE. - i npHE undersigned will sell at aucA tion on T Thursday, May 2d, at 11 o'clock, ! ' on the premises, one frame house, 20x40 feet, 1% | story high, built in the very best manner express- i ly fol a private dwelling, together with the lot, 20xS0. This is a rare chance to obtain a residence?, as it is seldom this kind of property is throw* in- i to the market. The location is a fine one, being situated on sth, near corner of L street. Also, at the same time and place, a lot of land adjoining the above, 20x80 feet, with the fine blue j canvas house thereon... This house has a good floor, divided into separate apartments, and is one of the best canvass tenements in the city. The sale to be positive as the present occu- j pants are going to leave the city. Terms easy, and made known at the sale. For further par- I ticulars enquire of N. A. M. DUDLEY, Auc'r. Office on board of brig Taranto, foot of...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

CITY HOTEIi, Front street,"; between ; I : and J streets, SACRAMENTO CITY. 1 [ETThe petronage of the travelling- public is very respectfully solicited. Newspapers from the East, of the ktest dates, kept constantly on hand. i Boarding by the day and week.; The charges will be reasonable. r,\ '& apB 3m Ansiei'icaia River SSotel, By DAVID W. ALB RICH, npiIIS new and commodious house, • . with furniture new throughout, is now open for the reception of boarders. The house is situated at the mouth of the American river, upon the highest ground ; and in point of health, comfort and convenience, possessing- • advantages over any other location in the ci.y. '1 he table and bar wil be supplied with the best the city affords. There will also be . a reading room in connection with the house, in which will he found all California, and a variety of papers from the States. . Sacramento City. Ap-il 8. 1850. aplOm Medical Partnership. TJOCTORS T. J. WHITE and C. JLr D. CLEVELAND have ass...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

MISCELLANEOUS. The Parkman Mur rer. — More of the T< xas Letter. — A gentleman from Boston who has lately been on a visit to the western part of Texas, called at our office yesterday to examine the letter of "Oronoka" published some time ago in the Delta, in which the writer declares that he was the murderer of Dr. Parkman. This gentleman informs us that he made diligent inquiries, during his visit to Texas, to discover some clue to the authorship of this letter, and the result of his researches contributes greatly to heighten the mystery which hangs over this affair. The letter signed " Oronoka " is dated Washington, Texas, 28th Dec, 1819. Our informant has ascertained, beyond all doubt, that an unknown and suspicious looking individual arrived in Washington about that time, who came from Boston via Galveston and Houston. He remained at Washington but a few days. During that time he conversed with several persons, to whom he stated that he had been a blacksmith by trade ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. (Wavy ~~~~~~~~~~~~) FOR BUTE CITY, Taylor's Ranch,Buteville and Colusa, in route for Deer Creek, Lawson's, Redding's Diggings, and the Trinity. The steamer STAR, Capt. Montgomery will leave regularly for the above places. -- By the above route, passengers are landed at Bute City, the head of steamboat Navigation, where mules 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 th« upper Feather River mines For freight or passage, apply to T. HUTCHINSON & CO., Agts. ap10 3mos Bark Dimon. Sacramento City, April 9, 1850. For Bute City. (Single __________ ) ON or about the first day of May, the new STEAMER BUTE, Capt. P. LeFEVRE, will leave San Francisco for Bute City, touching at Sacramento City, and will continue to run regularly between Bute and Sacramento cities, touching at the intermediate landings. Bute is on the Sacramento river, 180 miles from Sacramento...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

CITY ■' ADVERTISEMENTS. - Warbass*'& Co., Successors to T.J .Henley $ Co. and Field &■ Co., .: BANKERS, Exchange Brokers asd Real Estate Agents, Corner of Second and Jsts., Sacramento City "pXCHANGE for sale on N. York, ~^ Philadelphia, St. 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 Bending the amount to MV. & Co., with the ad dress of the party to whom it is to be rent, can rely on drafts being forwarded by first opportunity To protect against loss by fire. W. & 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— Hard in Bigelow, Esq.; S. Brannan...

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