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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Barton L,ee, (Formerly Priest, Lee '& Co.) EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE AND BANKING OFFICE, On the east side of2d st. between landJ sts. TgILLS OF EXCHANGE on all M - 9 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 U. 8. Mail. PASSENGER and TRANSPOR- * TATION LINE OF ASPINWALL STEAMERS. Fare to San Francisco $20 " Yuba city and Marysville 15 Fare from San Francisco to Marysvillc... 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 place and the "El Dorado" from Yu...

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

SAN FRANCISCO. \y A I H^RYi^N^GrLEE^:"; 280 Montgomery street, San Francisco. Would respectfully offer to Merchants and others, DRAFTS on I;.' :: . ; • ' Boston,' at the Office of J. W. Clark & Co. Providence, » John L. Noyes. Hartford,.' « Hartford Bank. NeW Haven, » City Bank. Albany, •■ -■ « ■' Washburn & Co. New ■ York, .; \[ « P, , , ., E. W. Clark, Dodge & co. Trenton,, \ « „ Mechanics' & Man ; rs Bk Philadelphia; ■'■' « ■ 'E. W. Clark & co. ' " 5 Pittsburg,- . « : Samuel Jones & co. Harrisburg, « 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, .' : .«. j Hutchings & co. )q?m£ Lexington, « avid A. ayre . Nashville, • -«*-} ■■ Col. R. H. M'Ewen. Memphis, . « J. B. Kirkland. Detroit, » Butler &a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 2 May 1850

f ; ; ,^s a n^ FRANCISCO. t . ■ . Finley. Jolfnson Co., '1 IMPORTERS and Commission ler- ! I chants, Central Wharf, ! San Francisc o. '"•'' ; jj apl -3 m hi ;■ •/;::■. ■:;:'[' .■■ , M GEO. ENDICOTT. SAM ! L 11. GHEENE. GEO. J.OA .KK^B Eiadicott, Oreene & Oafee m, m COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J V<: and General Dealers in Merchan .'disc, I First street, near Market, San Francisco .-•; . j apl-3m ■' : Hjf H THOS. UNDERWOOD. • WM. S. M'KNJ GHtT 1 Underwood: McKnight & C 0.. I COMMISSION Merchants, on £ ' [j ; some street, near the foot of Pacifi«t'st' t ' I next door to Congress Hall, San Franc isco, ' I keep constantly ;on hand a general assort- : I ment of Groceries and Provisions, Picl'des, Preserved Meats, ! Oysters, Lobsters^cte.j etc. •; April], 1850. „ „, „ ,, i, n# . j Burgoyne & Co., Baiifeer;^ • ; _ •' ; - SAN i FRANCISCO. -;! | , JJXCHANGEfor.saleonNew Or- 'I :-.■, leans, New York, and principal t ties, I Gold dust shipped and insured...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT . VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, MAY 4, 1850. NUMBER 15.

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AN ACT [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

AN ACT FOR THE BETTER KEGULATION OF THE MINES AND THE GOVERNMENT OF FOREIGN MINERS. . The People of the state of California, rep- * resented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : Sec. 1. No person who is not a native or naturalized citizen of the United States, or who may not have become a citizen under the treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo, (all native California Indians excepted,) shall be permitted to mine in any part of this State, without having first obtained a license so to do according to the provisions of this Act. Sec. 2. The Governor shall appoint a Collector of licenses to foreign miners for each of the mining counties and for the county of San Francisco, who, before entering upon the duties of his office, s^all take the oath required by the Constitution, and shall give his bond to the State with at least two good and sufficient sureties, conditioned for the faithful perform? nee of his official duties, which bond shall be approved by the Governor and filed in the off...

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The California Meeting is San Francisco. I [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

The California Meeting is San Francisco. I In one of our recent issues, we spoke of a movement among many of the most influential citizens of San Francisco, to give expression; to thsir opinions touching the delay of Congress in admitting us as a State. We give below the report of the proceedings of the adjourned meeting, which We extract from the Alta California. What can the citizens of Sacramento d!o in the matter ? The California Meeting. — The adjourned meeting of citizens for the adoption of some rxpression of feeliiiir relative to California, assembled at the Haley House, last evening. Col. Wm. M. Steuart, President, called the meeting to order, and made j some appropriate remarks, announcing the. object of the assemblage. Col. Weller, Chairman of the Committee on resolutions, read the follow- j ing preamble and resolutions : Resolved, That a large B majority of the people of California being natives! of the United States, have lost none of their attachment to the Federal Uni...

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

HAWLEY & COS. EXj|| |pL PRESSfrom the Mines to the At1 * "lantic Slates, Canudas and Europe. The only firm authorised by Adams & Co. in Sacramento City for the transmission of j packages, gold dust and coin to and from the above places, by their Express. Bills of Exchange sold on the above firm for the States. Adams & Co. send messengers with every shipment, thus insuring safety to consignees. Gold dust and coin sent to London, via Panama, and insured against all risks till delivered at the Bank of England, and the value remitted to any part of Great Britain or the continent. H. & Co. collect notes, bills, forward letters, purchase goods, and attend promptly to all the usual business connected with Expresses. Letters taken, by order, from the Post office at San Francisco Sacramento City and Stockton, and sent where the parties direct. H. & Co. refer to the following certificate for their authority for their connection with ...

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

D Medical Partnership. ' OCTORS T. J. WHITE and C, ** 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 j ! and L streets; where one of the parties can ' always be found, and the other at the count- ! , ing room of Paul, White & Co. Dr. White's personal attention will, at all i times, be devoted to such cases as may be entrusted to his care. apl2-3m DISSOLUTION.— The copartner^ ship heretofore existing between the 1 subscribers, under the name of Priest, Lee # Co., and of B. Lee § Cornwall, was dissolved on the 10th inst., and all persons indebted to either of the above firms, will : please make payment to Barton Lee, who will collect all accounts, pay all debts, and settle all business of both of the above firms I ' barton lee. ' \'> PIERRE b CORNWALL i Sac City, April 12, 1850. All persons having demand...

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THE CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

THE CAPITAL. It will be seen by the report of the pro ceediugs of a meeting of our citizens, that Sacramento City is to add herself to the list of aspirants for the seat of government of California. It is well known that a feeling of dissatisfaction has long existed in the Legislature, and among many of our citizens, because our seat of government is located at San Jose ; and several magnificent proposals have been offered to the Legislature, by private individuals and by towns, to induce the two Houses to change the capital to some other locality. It requires a two-thirds vote of the Legislature to do this, and consequently the proposals have been proportionately liberal. But the Legislature deemed it proper, before deciding upon the matter, to learn what is the opinion of the people at large on so important a subject. Accordingly a bill has been passed, making it the duty of the Governor to call an election, that the people may express to the next Legislature their preference in t...

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FROM SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

FROM SAN FRANCISCO. An important election was held in San Francisco on the 30th ult, by which the city will be provided with municipal officers un- der her charter. The official result had not been declared at our latest dale, but passengers by the Senator of yesterday morning, inform us that the entire Democratic ticket is without doubt, elected. Mr. Geary, who run for Mayor, has a reported majority of 246 over Mr. Breuham, the Whig nominee. — Mr. Tilford's majority over Mr. Marshall, for the office of Recorder.is set down at 300. We subjoin a list of the Democratic candidates, believing it comprises the municipal officers elect of our sister city : For Mayor, John XV. Geary; Recorder, F. Tilford ; City Marshal, M. Fellcn ; City Attorney, Thomas H. Holt ; City Treasurer, Charles G. Scott; Comptroller, Benjamin L. Berry; Street Commissioner, D. McCarty; City Tax Collector, Wm. M. Irwin. Aldermen — Jas. Smiley, Henry A. Breed, j E. V. Joice, Win. F. White, Thos. H. Ferris, A. A. Selo...

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The State Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

The State Tax. In t'.e absence of any provision by which the people generally can be made acquainted with those laws that should govern them, we have deemed it proper to extract such sections from the " Act prescribing the mode of assessing and collecting public revenue," as the public ought to know. These we give below for the information of our readers : Section 1- A poll tax shall be assessed upon every male inhabitant of this State, between the age of twenty-one and fifty years. Sec. 2. All property,rcal and pcrsonal,within this State shall be liable to taxation, subject to the exceptions hereinafter stated. Sec. 3. The term real sstate as used in this Act, shall be construed to include all lands within this State, and all buildings or other things erected on or affixed to the same ; and the terms land or real property, wherever they occur, shall be construed as having the same meaning as the term " real estate," thus defined. Sec. 4. The terms personal estate and personal prope...

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Farewell Address of lion. E. R. Chamberlin. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

Farewell Address of lion. E. R. Chamberlin. The following is the address of the Hon. E. K. Charnberlin, President pro tern, of the Senate, delivered on Monday evening : Gentlemen of the Senate : The duties devolving upon us by our several constituencies have drawn to a close, and we are about to separate, perhaps never again to meet in time. Before departure you will, I trust, accept my thanks for the universal kindness and courtesy which you have at all times extended to me as your tempo rary presiding- officer. If I have sucecded in my desire to discharge my duties with impartiality, and in my general decisions and actions have met your approval, I trust, that your charity has counselled )ou to overlook whatever of error in judgment I may have committed. The circumstances under which we were called together, were as peculiar and novel, as they were interesting and important. A State, fit to take position in the American Union was to be built vp — not only new institutions were to ...

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Col. Bigler's Farewell Address. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

Col. Bigler's Farewell Address. The following is the adaress of Mr. Bigler, Speaker of the House of Representatives delivered before the Assembly on Monday last; Gentlemen of the Assembly; It \ Sj pcr * J haps, unnecessary for me to assure you, that^ I leel iruly grateful for this expression of your approval of my conduct as your presiding officer, but so signally have you on many occasions, manifested your partiality and condfidence, that I feel called upon to give you the most solemn assurance of a proper appreciation of your unvarying kindness. Before pronouncing the filial words dissolving this Assembly, and severing perhaps forever the relations that have subsisted between us for the last few months, I feel myself called upon, in accordance with universal custom under similar circumstances, to address to|you a few words at parting. We met, gentlemen, under the most peculiar circumstances that ever yet attended the birth of a new State. Drawn from their homes, over the land and ...

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Report of tlie Meeting o! our Citizens on the Permanent Location of the Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

Report of tlie Meeting o! our Citizens on the Permanent Location of the Capital. At a meeting of the citizens of Sacramento City, on Thursday, May 2d, 1850, by order of H. Bigelow, Mayor, to take such measures as they may deem proper, in favor of ihc permanent location of the scat of government for the State of California. M:\ Biglcr was called to the chair. Dr. j Morse, 11. E. Robinsou und John S. Fowler, were elected Vice Presidents ; and D. Strong and Wm. F. Prettyman, Secretaries. On motion, it was Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed to draft resolutions to be presented at an adjourned meeting to be held this evening, at 7 o'clock, at this place. The following gentlemen were appointed to constitute the committee : Samuel Brannan, Esq., Col. E. J. C. Kewen, E. B. Cone, Esq., J. E. Lawrence, Esq., Dr. Wm. Grove Deal. On motion, the meeting adjourned to assemble on the same spot at 7 o'clock in the evening, to receive the report of thecommit- [ tee. By order. W. F. PRET...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, April 30th, ship Columbus, Chester, 1(50 days fin New London; brig Tecuniseh, Lyte, 177 days fm Philadelphia; bark Daniel Webster, Higgin's, 200 days from Boston; brig Col Taylor, Brown, from jan unsuccessful voyage to Trinidad Bay. May Ist, ship Manco, Fish, 238 days from BosI ton; ship Ann Mary Ann, Dering, I*o days from ! Sag Harbor: brig James Caskie, Jones. ISJ3 days from Boston: barque Dudley, Morrison, lo'li days from Charleston, tf. C. MEMORANDA. The Tecumseh has on board an iron steamer, ; with engines complete, of 10 horse power — she ! meosures over all 35 feet and draws only 6 inches j water. Brig Caroline Clark, Bradley, and ship ! Emily, Cole, sailed from Philadelphia for this port I in company with the Tecumseh. Ship Manco, from Boston, fell iv with 10 miles W Farallones, by pilot boat Relief— found all hands sick on board with scurvy; put 6n board ) two pilots and one seaman, and run in; spoke pilot boat Rialto, procured f...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

AMUSEMENTS . Rowe's Olympic Circus, At the New Pacific Theatre, on M street, j A. P. PETIT'S BENEFIT, This Evening, May 4, 1850. Mr. Fairchild has volunteered his services for the occasion. it Tehama Theatre. THIS EVENING, May 4th. Will be performed the comedy of the MERRY MONARCH. Followed by the melo-drama entitled THE DENOUNCER. And conclude with the farce of A DAY IN PARIS. Oy GOLD TESTS— The same as used at the Mints and Banks in the United States. For sale at this office. m 2 tf QUICKSILVER — 25 flasks very superior, from Forbes' mines, for sale by BURNELL, STOUT & CO., m4-2t Front st, near M.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 4 May 1850

AUCTION SALES. Prettyman, ISarroll & Co., AUCTIONEERS. EXTENSIVE SALtI OF REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION On MONDAY, May 6th, I*so, at 10 o'clock a. m., we will sell at our auction room on X street, near 2d — 120 valuable, choice lots in Marysville. An undivided quarter share of 35 lots in Eliza. Also, in Sacramento City — 2 fine two story houses, and lots, 20x160 feet, on X street, near 7th. 1 lot, 20x80 feet, adjoining the above. 1 lot, 20x80 feet, on X street, near 3d. 1 lot, 20x80 feet, with a neat office, on 4th strict, adjoining the Court House. , Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Tlie above sale affords a fine opportunity for safe and profitable investments. Persons can examine the above mentioned property by applying to Prettyman, Dakroll & Co., m 4 It X street, near 2d. THOS. J. HANNA, Auct'r. By R. Hammett & Co., By R. Hammett & Co., at their Real Estate Mart and Sales Room, This Morning, commencing at 10 o'clock, will sell...

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

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN SAC ' A MEN TO CITY AT. AUCTION Will be sold, on FRIDAY the 17th May, 1850 the most valuable Real f Estate ever, offered in ' Sacramento City. This .property is i situated on , Front street, between L and M; and also on M . streets, between Front and Second streets. The Building Lots on Front street are as fol- ' lows : 21 IX feet front on Front street by 150 feet deep, and Ihe buildings on same 21 feet front j by 58 feet deep each, and three stories high. Those j buildings tire entirely new and in complete order, i and are sold on account of parties returning to the States. The situation is one of the most desirable in the city for a hotel, and the lower part for i stores. The purchaser has an opportunity of j realizing a handsome profit before the two last payments are due The- Lot and Building on M street are situated' directly opposite the '-Pacific Theatre." The lot ! i3 A S fe^ deep b >" 2s feet...

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