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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 31 March 1851

_STATE_LAWS. pass such other by-laws and ordinances, for the regulation and police of said city, as they may deem necessary. All by-laws and ordinances shall be published in some newspaiier printed in the city. See. 8. All legal process against the city shall be served on the Mayor, and in his absence, on the Mayor pro tan. Sec. 9. In no Jase shall the corporation be garnisheed for any debts due, or to become due, by said corporation, on contracts for city improvements, except for de'»ts incurred* for said improvements. And all tools and other property, while being used upon any public improvement in the < ity. shall be exempt from execution and attachment, excej .t for materials furnished, or for work done in such improvement. Sec. 10. All appropriations shall be by ordinances, and all contracts and Conveyi ances may be made in such manner as directed by the Council, subject to the appro- [ val of the Mayor: or in case of his disapproval, by a two-third vote of all the m...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 31 March 1851

STATE LAWS. in each- year, and they, shall hold office for the term of one year, or until their successors are qualified. - Sec. 22. It shall be the duty of the Council to order all elections, and to designate the places of holding the same V to give at least ten days" notice thereof, and to appoint ! two clerks in their ■ respective wards : and they shall conduct such elections according 1 to the general regulations prescribed by law concerning election*. In case any of said judges fail to attend, the electors present may appoint others in their stead. The judges 111 the respective wards shall cause two lists of the names of the voters to be kept, and numbered regularly, which number shall correspond with the number .which shall be written in figures on the ballot of each voter before it is deposited in the ballot j box. ' ry vf- : >.v :'. Sec. 23. Should the Mayor wilfully fail or refuse to discharge any of the duties imposed upon him by the provisions of this act, or w...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 31 March 1851

STATE LAWS. order of the city, and in enforcing the bylaws and ordinances of the Common Council. Sec. 84; It shall be the duty of the City Marshal, in addition to the duties prescribed to him by the Common Council, to execute and return all process issued by the Recorder, or directed to him by any legal authority, and to attend upon the Recorder's Court regularly ; he may. upon the approval of the Mayor, appoint deputies, to be paid by the city, who shall possess the same power and authority as the Marshal ; he shall arrest all persons guilt} 7 of a breach of the peace and violation of city ordinances, and bring them before the Recorder for triiil ; he may also perform all the duties of Collector of taxes, under the direction of the Common Council. and shall receive for the collection of such iaxes. two and a half per cent, on the amount collected and paid over. Sec. 35. It shall be the duty of the City Attorney to attend to all suits, matters, and things that the city may be intere...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 31 March 1851

STATE LAWS. redeemed- by him. the date on which he redeemed the same, from whom -recioved, and also keep a record of the same, giving the number of the bond or warrant, the date of the same, time when redeemed, arid 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, all the revenues of the State, of every nature and description, shall be collected in gold and silver: Provided, however, that in payment of the ordinaay 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 Tr...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 31 March 1851

PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED FOR THE "DAILY UNION," IT J. B. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, BRICK BUILDING, ON THE LEVEE. American Pilot II a 12 American Navy .......... 8 a 9 Crackers — Bent's Water 15 a 18 Bent's 5ugar............. 20 a 22 ' " Butter —a — " Fancy 25 a 27 Boot* and Brogans—Drcss Calf) 09 m /i « 00 large size, per doz 5 32 00 a 38 00 Heavy pegged, large size. . 22 00 a 28 00 Long grained " ". . 35 00 a4O 00 Brogans, stout " ♦' . . 18 00 a 24 00 — Anthracite, per ton 10 00 a 14 00 Smith's, per ton 30 00 0 40 00 Sidney, per ton 14 00 a 16 00 CloUilng — Heavy, coarse, largo sizes, sells lor a fair advance on invoice price. — Green Rio, per lb 151 a 16£ Sandwich Island, per lb. . . 13 a 14 Roast and Ground do 18 o 19 — Sperm, per lb 47 a 60 Adamantine, d 0..... 37 a 40 Mould, do 11 a 12fc Cordage— Manilla, large, per lb.. 20 c 22 Manilla rope, small, do ... 20 a 25 Cigars — superior per M. . 50 00 a 60 00 Anier. (large stocks), do.. 8 00 a 1...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

THE DAILY UNION. Vol. I.— No. 12.] SACRAMENTO CITY, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1851. [Price 5 Cents.

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"THE DAILY UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

"THE DAILY UNION." JOHN V. MOUSE, EDITOR. We publish this 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, we believe we are bat responding to the imperative wants of the community and we know that in assuming the responsible position contemplated in such an enterprise, we are actuated by nothing but honorable determinations to establish a 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 best style and at the lowest prices. And that we can do this, wo feel confident, from the practical ability of those constituting the publishing department, tog. .her with their known energy, and long experience in all the detail of a newspaper publication. We have already made preparation for receiving early and important news from San ...

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GENERAL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

GENERAL NOTICES Relictions service a — i war egational Church, C<ih street, between I and J — Rev. J. A. Benton, Pastor. Divine sorvica even- Sabbath at 10\ o'clock a. M. and 3 o'clock r. m. Methodist Episcopal Church, North, 7th st., between and M— Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10J o'clock a. m., and p. m. Methodist Episcopal Church South, 7th ft, between J and X—Rev.K — Rev. Mr. Pennhnan, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 1(H o'clock a. M. Baptist Church, X. E. corner of 7th and L sts — Rev. James W. Capon, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10J o'clock a. at. and 3 o'clock p. m. Roman Catholic Chuuch, corner of 7th and X ets — Rev. John Ingoldsby. Pastor. Divine worship on every Sabbath and Holltday, at lfU o'clock a. M., and -1-i r. M-; on other days at 7 o'clock a. m. n-^orir Lodges — Tehama Lodge, No. 3. meets on tho Ist and 3d Mondays of each month, nt 7?; o'clock p. :-i., in the Masonic Hull, corner of J and sth sts. T. A. Tho...

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

YKW BOOKS AND STATIOXLAW BOOKS, &c.— CoUyer on Partnership, Perkins" edition; Ballantine mi Limitations; Smith's Mercantile Law; Kent's f'riminontarie? ; Bouvier'a Law Dictionary; Wheaton's Elements of International Law: Pothier on Contracts; Conkling'a Treatise: Whnrton's American Criminal Law; Chitty nn Pleading; Digest Law of the United States: Conkling'a united States Admiralty; Pritch ard's Admiralty I)i'_ r(> ~f: Rights and Duties of Merchant Seamen; Laws of the United States by Story — also by Sharswood; Story's Equity Jurisprudence; Story on Bailments; Story on Bills of Exchange: do. on Partnership; do. on Agency; do. on Promissory Notes; <10. on Conflicts of Laws. Also, a large Assortment. too numerous to mention, of Bchoolbooks of every description; music book-;, dictionaries. etc.: gold dust boxes, with and without tins. from 800 to 20,000 in .size; American and English playing cards by the doz. and gross; twine in hails: wrapping paper; ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 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. nil 9 CLARK & MILNE. Auction and Commission KJ Merchants, Front st, between X and L. ml 9 T>RETTYMAN & 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 Coinniis- • sion Merchants. No. 51 J street. ml 9 lw HINKS & MACE, Exchange Brokers, J street, next door above Crescent City Hotel. m2B lm* ARTHUR W. FOOTE, Exchange Bank, 2d A street, between J and K. m 23 lm Bakers. WINKLE'S BAKE...

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

BUSINESS CARDS. Hardware Merchants. ASHLEY & CO., Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron, Tin Ware, &c, X street, 4 doors above Second street. ml 9 RA. KNOX & CO., Wholesale Dealers in • Stoves, Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street near 7th street. uil9 lin FOLGER & CLEFT, Builders' Hardware, Stoves, heavy Machinery, &c.,222 J street, between 7th and Sth sts. ml 9 lm LORD, THOMPSON & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron and Tiu ware, J street, between 4th and sth, north side. m! 9 lm JG. ANDERSON & CO., Dealers in Stoves, • Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 3d and 4th. m! 9 I\r. CW. STILES & CO., Tinners, R street, be- • twecn Front and 2d streets. m 24 1 m Hotels and Restaurants. LADY ADAMS HOTEL, by Pout/. & BauTKLS, X street, near Front and Steamboat Lmidingsj Sacramento City. The house 18 well supplied with Lodging Rooms and Single Rooms. Meals, (including wines) 7o c...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. A^BM^ga PALMER & COS CAL.IFOR/^MS#^ mA EXPRESS COMPANY, for *~^'~. ufrrtfr the transmission of all freight, merchandise, 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 tcims. 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 beneficial mode of conducting the . "Express Business" with as little delay as possible. All freights for Cal- ; ifornia 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 be given, and who will return immediately with vouchers, giving early intelligence of shipment, after the manner of the United States mails. In this we differ from all other E...

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

POST ROUTES. UNITED STATES MAIL. PROPOSALS for carrying the mails of the 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 1st day of April. 1851, (to be decided by the 10th day of April, 1851,) on the routes and in the manner and time herein specified, viz: California. No 501: From San Francisco, daily, except Sunday, at 4 p m. By Benicia: To Sacramento City, by 5 a m, next day. 130 miles. And back between 2 p m 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 p m, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. By Benicia, Martinez and New York. To Stockton by 5 a m, next days, 130 miles. And back between 2 p m and 10 p m, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Proposals for six times a week service wil...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

POST ROUTES. No 5078 : From San Jose City, onco a week, at 6 a m Tuesday. By San Jose Mission and Martinez, To Benicia, by 6 p m next day. 60 milea. And back between Gam Thursday, and Gpm 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 Gam Monday, and 6 p m next day. Proposals for service once in two weeks will be considered. No 5080 : 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 a week, at Gam Tuesday. By San Juan. To Monterey, by 6 m next day. 70 miles. And back between Gam Thursdays, and 0 p m next day. Proposals for service twice a week will bo considered. No 5982 : From Monterey, once a week , at Gam Thursday. By Solidad, San Miguel, San Luis Obispo, Dana's, La Purissim...

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JOB PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

JOB PRINTING. . We arc now prepared to accommodate the Public j with every variety of Job Printing*, having an ex- j cellent supply of Job Type and Fancy Borders. Having procured a fine assortment of Double Enamelled Cards, we arc also prepared to print Cards in a very superior style, and at the most reasonable prices. Job Work done in colors, when desired. Blanks of ercry description printed on the shortest notice, and in the neatest style. iWDi;. 6. T. Watts has kindly consented to be- ' come our agent at Marysvillei Our friends in that I quarter will have prompt attention paid to their or- | tiers by leaving them at his office, corner of Front and D streets.

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K< trc-iii limcnt nml Kcfni m. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

K&amp;lt; trc-iii limcnt nml Kcfni m. NO. 11l The depreciation of State scrip, by which j the Judicial Officers of California are paid for i their services, does not only reduce their ! emoluments to such a sum as to make it al- ' most impossible for them to pay their board j and clothe theiusel ves,but it is associated with 6uch a sense of injustice to those Judges | whose toil is almost without interruption. ' that a remedy both moral and pecuniary must be applied. By the action of the present law. a Judge of San Francisco or Sacramento, whose endless and arduous labors make him a very slave to his official .duties, receives no more than other Judges in the State whose term of service, whose real toil, scarcely equals that of a County Justice. In Sacramento city we have had the good fortune to secure the services of a man, as District Judge, whom nature, education and fixed habits have peculiarly fitted for the exalted office ! referred to -a man with conceptions or truth, and...

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Our Clrcnlntlug Medium. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

Our Clrcnlntlug Medium. In answering the letter of "A Subscriber," published yesterday, we acknowledge ourselves embarrassed, not from a want of thoughts upon the subject, but from an incapacity to suggjift a full relief from the annoyances complained of. We know that mercantile interests are more or less affected by those fluctuations which are inseparable from commercial exchanges, on which these interests are found- j cd. And hence it is that enlightened governments have endeavored to shield the mercantile community, by establishing a circulating medium that should be permanent in its value and convenient in form. An endeavor which was most nearly ac- j compfished in the establishment of a curren- \ cy based upon what was regarded the in- ! triasic value of gold and silver. But this. while safest in character, entailed ineonveni- encein bulk and turned the attention of men to a paper currency, which, though prevailing in some form in almost all countries, is. nevertheless, liable...

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Hotels In the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

Hotels In the Country. We who live in the city, seldom imagine that we are not enjoying the real comforts and luxuries of California. But from observation we are forced to confess that the advantages of the country so far as agreeable iiving is concerned, surpass anything that we can boast. The first public houses that were erected on our main roads were of a temporary character, suited for the condition of the country ; they were built at a time when architecture was an idea not to be found in California minds. Utility was the only measure adopted, and the scantiness of materials in a great measure cramped even that. But since time has settled and develsped the plans of our citizens, we find that art is called in requisition, and improvements are going on that adorn, and beautify, and even honor j California, great as she is. A traveler is ' no longer comjielled to '• put up at a small. dilapidated tent, hobble his horse out. fry his j own meat, and roll up in his blanket and ! tak...

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Reported for the Daily Union. CITY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 1 April 1851

Reported for the Daily Union. CITY COUNCIL The Council held a regular meeting last night. The President in the chair. On motion, the reading of the minutea of the last meeting was dispensed with. A petition from Thomas C. Childs was read and referred to a special committee. The I petition prays for a repeal of the ordinance ! fixing a tax upon the landing of the Free | Ferry, at foot of I street. The report of the night watch was read, and on motion, referred to a Finance Committee. Alderman Spalding read a report from the j City Hospital. On motion of Aid. Watson, ; the report was accepted. Alderman Cogswell offered a verbal report from the committee previously appointed to | visit San Jose, and using their influence in \ passing the new charter. On motion of Alderman Spalding, the report was read and adopted. Alderman Spalding offered an ordinance ill reference to the obstruction of side walks, which was read and adopted. A petition from Messrs. Abbot &amp;amp; Stettinius. in ...

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