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Reported for the Daily Union. CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

Reported for the Daily Union. CITY COUNCIL. The Council met pursuant to adjournment, the President in the chair. Aid. Berry moved to dispense with the reading of the minutes of the last meeting. Agreed to. Aid. Moore then offered his resignation. verbally, to take effect from the Ist day of April next. On motion of Aid. Spalding, his resignation was accepted. Aid. Berry offered the following resolution : "Resolved. That the President of the Council be requested to issue a bond for tin 1 amount due Aid. Moore, for services due to the Ist of April m>xt." The petition of A. M. Heslep^n reference to the contract on the street reservoirs, was then read. On motion of Aid. Berry, the petitioner have leave to withdraw the petition. Agreed to. A petition of several cit&eni was read in reference to the removal of canvas buildings, between Front and Second, and 1 and J sts.. as provided for by an ordinance. Aid. Berry moved thai the City Marshal be instructed to carry ou...

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The Meeting at the Orleans Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

The Meeting at the Orleans Hotel. Whilst at the publishing room of our pa)er we were waited upon by Mr. Bailey of J street, who called for the purpose of getting us to publish the proceedings of a meeting of the citizens, held at the Orleans House in the early part of the evening. That meeting was held for the purpose of having a report of a committee who had been previously appointed, upon the subject of establishing some kind of private fire department organization that would secure the j city in case of the occurrence of any more firi's. Upon looking over the report, we observe the passage of a couple of resolutions having a personal reference, which had been. by the proceedings, unanimously adopted at the meeting. Not having been at the meeting, and having been entirely ignorant of the actions of the gentlemen referred to, on which the resolutions are based, we would not consent to their insertion without throwing the responsibility upon Mr. 8., who lu'ing one of the committee a...

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Fire Organ lint lon. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

Fire Organ lint lon. At an adjourned meeting of the citizens !■ held last evening, at the Orleans House, to ll hear the report of the Committee appointed I at a previous meeting, to take steps for the I organization of a Fire Department and to ob- 1 tain subscriptions for same. C. Peebels in the ■ chair, the following report was submitted : ■ " The committee appointed at a meeting 1 of citizens held at the Orleans House on Mon- I day evening last, met pursuant to notice at ■ the office of D. 0. Mills, Esq., for the pur- 1 pose of carrying out the duties assigned I them at said 'meeting. John A. Read was ■ appointed chairman, and R. T. Brown, Sec- 1 The committee do now report that they have succeeded in obtaining subscribers to the amount of $4,684, and from the general disposition evinced, think that it could be considerably increased were more time given. as many interested are at present temporarily absent. Great liberality has thus fur been evinced by the citizens, with but few ...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

POETRY. 1 lie Needle. The gay belles of f addon may boast of excelling, In waltz or cotillion— at whist or quadrille ; And seek admiration by vaunt ingly telling Of drawing, and painting, and musical skill ; But give me the fair one, in country or city, Whose home and its duties are dear to her heart. Who cheerfully warbles some rustical ditty. While plying the needle with exquisite art. The bright little needle — the swift-flying needle, The needle directed by skill and by art. If love have a potent, a magical token, A talisman, ever resistless and true — A charm that is never evaded or broken A witchery certain the heart to subdue — 'Tis this — aad hfa armory never faofl furnished » So keen and unerring, or polished a dart ; Let beauty direct it, so pointed and burnished, And oh ! it is certain of touching the heart. Be wise then, ye maidens, nor seek admiration By dressing for conquest, and flirting with all ; You never, whatever be your fortune or station, Appear half so fortly ...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

POSTSCRIPT. ~ BY THIS MORNINGS BOAT.

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ThrougH Freeman & Co's Express. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

ThrougH Freeman & Co's Express. l.ir.isj.ATiVK. —In Senate, on the 17th. a communication was received from the Governor, transmitting ■ communication from Brigadier General A. M. Winn. relative to the Sacramento riots in August last, and asking that some action be had by the Legislature in relation to that unfortunate difficulty. ,'-V:\.V;-.'-Gen. Winn also asks to be remunerated himself for purchasing a horse and rigging for Major Kelly, bearer of despatches to Col. Rogers camp during the Indian difficulties in El —which horse and rigging the Genera! afterwards sold for $50. The communication was referred to committee on Claims. Nixi:tv-Six Days from New York ! —At noon the telegraph showed signals of a ship outside, supposed to be the clipper ship Surprise, from New York, in ninety-six days! — This may be designated a surprising voyage, being the latest time ever recorded in the maratime statistics of the Cape Horn route. The famous trip of the Sea itch was variously e...

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LATER FROM fillVA. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

LATER FROM fill V A. By the arrival of the Dutch brig Konieet. Capt. Wis.-ieinaiin. fifty days from China, the Courier has dates 'to the 22d January. We oopj some interesting paragraphs : I'm \n<;.— The Pinane Gazeit • reports the total loss of the bark Missouri, of New Fork, Dixey, master, in Rigaa bay, off the coast of Sumatra, during the latter part of December. She left her anchorage with a fair wind, to proceed to sea, but the wind shortly veered round, and she was obliged to anchor. Both of her chain cables parted, and in endeavoring to beat out of the bay, she missed stays, and although the maste were cut away, and every effort was made to save her. she went ashore, and became a total wreck. The captain. officers and crew, were all saved, and ■SVIV treated with great kindness by captain Pitman, of the chip Sterling, of Boston, lying about a mile from the wreck. The MisHouri had <.n board s24,ooo, §9,000 of which only were saved, the remainder being plund...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

MARINE NEWS. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. Arrived, March 17th.— Arrived, ship Somofiaett, Wilson, Ifi4 <1< fin Boston, assorted cargo, to Torey & Blanciiaiil; barque Hazard, Bantow, 130 ds fin N York; [passenger; to master; Bohr Damariscore, Shelby, :>? da fin Payta, produce, to"\V 11 Mitchell. March IBth—Sbip Talma, Haskoll, IT:; da Bo 'Bos: barque Joseph Fish. Seavy, til da fm Valparaiso, 29 passengers; barque Joseph Butler. Canine?. 21 ds tin Lahaina; banjue Gen Wool, Rack,' 180 da fm Baltimore; brig Komeet, (Dutch) Wisseman, 52 ds I'm Hongkong; ship Josiah Quincy, Endioott, 17«, dsfm Boston; ship Surprise, Demenek, 96 days fin X York. Cltarccl, Ship Adelaide, Cobb, Valparaiso; barque Ochtertyre, (Br.) Robb, do; brig Northman, Power, Sydney. Memoranda. Ship Nonantum, Capt. Bates, from Baltimore, with a cargo of coal for the Pacific Mail Company at this port, having taken fire, off Cape Horn, was compelled to put into the Falkland islands, wh...

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CONSIGNEES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

CONSIGNEES. Per Hazard— G Ferris, A Dibblee, E E Duubar, Cooke, Baker & co, (Ml Moore, D Feigh, Hale & tfinnoil, 1) I. Ross, MendorffJacobi & Wolf, Bmgbam Reynolds, .1 (lenient. Bartlett & co, W Ii Davenport,! S Hohnan, A liarstow, o B Jennings, .Marvin & 1 litrhei.ek. .1 Nelson, .1 Dixon & co, S Runsteeufc co, Howe & Hunter, J Cigna, W B Jones & co, Murray ie Sanger, J J> Bidleman, \V P Drake, Brown, Henry & co, B F Oliver, Moore, Tiehnor & co, Branton & BicknclL Taafe, Murphy & McCahill, Tnmbull & Walton, Webb & co, A 3 Tobias & co. 11 Sehman & ,•,.. Simonsfield & Bro, T D Greene, Chetwoode & Edwards, J Stock, \\ bite & McNulty, F Rest, S F Clarke, Cnrry & co, Rev A P Anderson, Vbse, Wood & co, JMorrel, J 1 [enbere &am...

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IMPORTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

IMPORTATIONS. Per Hazard—J ca stationery, 9 cka butter, 10 cs boots, 59 bdk SIS reams paper, 100 kitta mackerel, Kill kitN salmon. :? bbla sugar, 2 bxs boots, 39 1.1.1s beans, 27 cs cigars, 14 kgs catsup, 4 bxa tartaric acid, 11 pcs castings, 2ca coffee, 2 pkga axes. -1 cs sheet iron, J2 qr cEa wine, 9 bxa honey, 1 roll lead. ■i bags pimento. pK) doz Bhorels, •» lit' bxs tobacco, 10 ckfl 3 cs hardware, Uti bis candles, 10 cka brandy, -1-1 bkts champagne, 300 tins crackers, 160 hf and 10 qr bbla corn meal, 163 bf bbla floor, 300 baga 1 oats. 21 i-ks raisias, 50 hf bbla pork, 5 cka hams. 100 ' d<>/. brooms, 100 cheeses, 36 kgs nail-. 14 bxa spices, 2-"j lii>ls whiskey, ;30 coila iope, and sundry packages ;>t' merchandise unspecified. Per Damariscorc —250 bbla sweet potatoes, 400 hbla onions, :>! baga beans, 100 do corn, 23 tonscoal, 2o Mils eggs. ' , ' : : : 1 I • | SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, March 17th.— The auimatio i no( c id in our...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

i. ■■ "The undersigned, friend of (he present City Marshal, begs leave to present his name for re-elec-tion." 0 fml9] X. C. CUNNINGHAM. AUCTION SALES. BY CLARK & MILNE. ON TUESDAY, March 24th. CLARE & MILNE will sell on Tuesday. March 21th, the Three Lots, with Brick Stores, on Front street, between M and X. mi!) tf BY J. B. STAIIIi & CO.. THIS DAY, March 20. J. B. STARR & CO. will sell This Day, at 11 o'clock A — 20,000 lbs oats 8,000 lbs canvassed hams 100 coses St Julian medoc and St Estare claret 20,000 lbs Manilla sugar 5 casks China syrup SO half bbls Stewart's do 40 chests black tea 60 kegs .superior butter 100 tine do do 15 lbs each 5 bala clarified honey 23 cases lard in tins, *12 lbs each 40 boxes mould candles 50 sacks bran 75 boxes sahcrattis (damaged) Invoice of tin ware 50 reams letter paper 20 cases crab apple champagne cider 10 ton gallon kegs superior French brandy, original packages 40 qr casks dry Madeira, superior q...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

. BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. " . '■, JOSEPH E. BEARD. JB. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between E and L streets. . mlf) CLARE & MILNE, Auction and . Commission Merchants, Front st, between X and L. , ml 9 PR ETTYMAN & ROLL, Wholesale Auction and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between .1 and X streets. mil) 2iu Bankers. RHODES, STURGES & CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between .1 and K. m 19 HENSLEY & MERRILL, Bankers and Exchange Brokers, 47 Second street, between J and K. ml!) BEACH, WELLS & CO., Bankers, J street near Second. ml 9 1mBF. lIASTIXi iS & CO., Bankers and Commis- . sion Merchants, No. 51 J street. ml 9 lw ' Bakers. TT7INKLE'S BAEEitY, X street, between Front VV and Second. Cakes, pies, &c, always on hand. nil9lni Booksellers. T OVEGROVE &- M AY, Booksellers and \j Stationers. Post...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. JOHN S. FOWLER, Real Estate Agent, and ♦J Broker, Solo Agent for Capt. J. A. SutteV,' Sr., Second street, between J and K. nil 9 W. P. DAIXGERFIELD. W. S. LONG. l>"!:: cr£eM jfe XrORSJ, ATTORNEYS and Counsellors at Law. Office corner J and 4th streets. ml 9 11. J. UUBDICK. 1;. LAWRENCE, .111. II aril Sell <& I.r.'.vrnicf, WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Groceries, VV Provisions, Liquors, &c. J street, between 7th and Sth. mil) J. 13. Ii.UJ'JiN. SI. S. LATHAM. A. C. 510.N.50N. I"r.j;^lii, lir.tHain & Mosisoi;, Attorneys and . Counsellors at Law, OFFICE in Peck's Building, corner of Second and . X streets. m l 9 j. c. n::;>i.M.v\. LOUIS SLOSS. Btllcnuui & Sloss, AUCTION and COMMISSION MER CHANTS, north side of J, one door above 4th. mlj) lin "TIUJE DEPOT," Tehama Bloc!:, Corner of Front and J streets, ■ Sachajiexto City., JOSEPH GRANT, Agent, John K. lUilgr, Traveling Agent* THE True Delta...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. F. W. A3LBS. RICII'D COCHRANE. J.M. MACKENZIE. St. Louis and Mississippi Drug Store, Am*-*, Cnclirnno & Co , WHOLESALE and RETAIL DRUGGISTS, north-west corner of J and Third streets. Sacramento City. ml 9 THE CITY DRUG STORE, IN MARYSVILLE, AT THE COKNEU OF Fli'.ST AND D STREETS, WHERE is constantly kept on hand a large asV V sortment of Drags, Oils. Paints. to. : S. T. WATTS, M.D. jßQ'Oflice in the same building. Marysville, March 19, 1851. m] 9 tf .TOHXSOX'3 RAXCII HOIS!'. rf^IIIS Hotel, situated at Johnson's Ranch on Bear X River, on the main' road froir Sacramento to Rough and Ready, Grass Valley, Nevada, the Yuba?, ' Feather R iver, &c., is noj^ open for the accommodation of the traveling public. The table will at all times bo supplied with the best the market affords. The subscriber respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. [m! 9] * ANTHONY & CO. FOX MAKYSVILI-E. _ ■*-IT*^>.- The fine steamer TEIIAMA, Capt....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. >£vf- I ><x> GREGORY'S GREAT PA X^TO^CIFIC AND 'ATLANTIC - : EX:<^m&M PRESS, TO CHINA, SAND- . cn * as >iriiri WICH ISLANDS AND OREGON— To all the Atlantic and Western States, and by Collins' celebrated fast steamers, to all parts of Europe. i.. A special MESSENGER will bo dispatched per .every steamer leaving San Francisco,* for any of the above ports. Gold Dust, Packages, Parcels and Letters, forwarded and insured at the. very lowest rates. Letters to and from San Francisco, daily,' at 25 I cents each, and Gold Dust at one-fourth of one per cent., which will cover nil ■ losses arising from tho unfaithfulness of messengers or otherwise. ..■■■. N. 1! — Sight drafts on New York nt par. Office on 2d st., between J and X, Sacramento. mill!) GEO. E. CLARK, Agent. ; Vryf-<4R~v PALMER <& COS CAUFOR//,o>. jji-MA EXPRESS COMPANY, for i ff^^i^ the transmi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

STATE LAWS. A Bill for an Act to Incorporate the City of Sacramento. The People cf the State of California, represented in ! Senate and Assembly, do rnaet as folkvs: Sec. I; All that tract of land lying within I the limits and boundaries hereinafter men- i tioned,, that is i to say: Beginning at the [ junction of the American Fork with the Sacramento river to V street, as designated on the map or plan of Sacramento city on file in the Kecorde's office in said city: thence ; alonj, said V street, east, to the point where j the said V street intersects Thirty-first street. as designated on said map: thence along the said Thirty-first street until the same inter- j sects the American Fork: thence along the | American Fork to the beginning: the said . boundaries extending to the middle of said Sacramento river and American Fork, shall be known by the name of "The City of Sac- j ramento." . Sec. 2. The present city government shall continue in office until the election and qualification ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 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 newspaper printed in the city. Sec. 8. All legal process against the city shall lie served on the Mayor, and in his absence, on the Mayor pro tern. Sec. '.'. In no case shall the corporation be garnishccd for any debts due. or to become due, by said corporation, on contracts for city improvements, except for debts incurred fur said improvements. And all tools and other property, while being used upon any public improvement in the city, shall be exempt from execution and attachment, except for materials furnished, or for work done in such improvement. Sec. 10. All appropriations shall be by ordinances, and all contracts and Conveyances may be made in such manner as directed by the Council, subject to the approval of the Mayer: or in case of his di>approval. by a two-third vote of all the members of...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 20 March 1851

STATE LAWS. in each year, and they shall hold office for the term of one year, ur until their successors are qualified. Sec. 22. It shall he the duty of the Council to order all elections, and to designate the places of holding the same ; to give at least ten days" notice thereof, and to appoint two clerks in their respective wards : and they shall conduct such elections according to the general regulations prescribed by law concerning elections. In caso any of said judges fail to attend, the electors present may appoint others in their stead. The judges in the respective wards shall cause i two lists of the names of the voters to be I 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 !.ox. Sec. 23. Should the Mayor wilfully fail or refuse to discharge any of the duties imposed I upon him by the provisions of this act, or wilfully and knowingly exercise any po...

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