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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 May 1850

MISCELLANEOUS.

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LINES ON THE DEATH OF HIS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 May 1850

LINES ON THE DEATH OF HIS MOTHER. BY CHARLES LAMB. "Thou shouldst have longer lived, and to the grave Have peacefully gone down in full old age ; Thy children would have tended thy grey hairs. We might have sat, as we have often done By our fireside, and talked whole nights away, Old times, old friends, and old events recalling, With many a circumstance of trivial note, To memory dear, and of importance grown. How shall we tell them in a stauger's ear ! A wayward son ofttimes were I to thee : And yet in all our little bickerings, Domestic jars, there was I know not what Of tender feelings that were ill exchanged For this world's chilling friendships, and their tmiles Familiar whom the heart calls strangers still. A heavy lot hath he, most wretched man, Who lives the last of all his family! He looks around him. as his eye discerns The face of the stranger ; and his heart is sick. Man of the world, what canst thou do for him? Wealth is a burden which he could not bear ; Mirth a strang...

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AN ACT [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 May 1850

AN ACT FOR THE BETTER REGULATION OF THE MINES AND THE GOVERNMENT OF FOREIGN MINERS. The People of the state of California, represented 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, shall take the oath required by the Constitucion, and shall give his bond to the State with at least two good and sufficient sureties, conditioned for the faithful performance of his official duties, which bond shall be approved by the Governor and filed in the office of ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 May 1850

Morrill & Hamblin, BLACKSMITHS,. XXAVING now completed their new ■* establishment, on Fourth, between J and X streets, tre prepared to receive all orders appertaining to their business. Steamboat, Ship, Wagon and House work done in the best style and at the shortest notice. Shoeing executed with neatness and spatchThose having Steamboat or Ship work, would do well to call, as from long experience in that line of business we flatter ourselves that we will be able to give entire satisfaction to all who may patronise us. We would particularly call the attention of Miners to our assortment. Our picks are warranted, and excelled by none, and have the most extensive sale ot any in the country. Thankful for past favure, we would respectfully solicit a continuance of the pub. lie patronage Sacramento City, April 1, 1850 —3m C. B. Gallagher, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Connnission Merchant, Brick Building, on Front street, between M and N, Sacramento City, X^EEPS constantly o...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 May 1850

HAWLEY & COS. EXPRESS from the Mines to the Atlantic jStates, Canadas and Europe. The only firm authorised by Adams & Co. in Sacramento City for the transmission of 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 at tend promptly to all the usual business connected with Expresses. Letters taken, by order, from the Post ofiice 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 Adams &...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 May 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. "TiENRY r Tiri?AGLEEr" 280 Montgomery a street, San Francisco. DC?" Would respectfully offer to Merchants and others, DRAFTS on l-fhtMu'-i Boston, at the Office of J. W. Clark Co. Providence,' " John L. Noyes. " " . Hartford, 1 '■'. « Hartford Bank. Al7 Haven', •/« , City Bank. ■■ Albany, /. : j i «.. Washburn & C 0 . ,, ; . r ;c ■', New York, - ' " E. W. Clark, Dodge & co. Trenton; «« Mechanics" & Man'rs Bk. Philadelphia; -«v :E. Clark & co. i y.n- ■ Pittsburg, ...«, Samuel Jones & co. *„;,, Harrisburg, , ■ « JW. Wier, cashier. \ Lancaster," « C. Bachman, "'" Reading, ■■ • « Farmer's Bank. r ■' -T-rrV Pottsville, - « . Charles Loeser, cashier. Cincinnati, " A. J. Wheeler., , . . , Columbus, ' « Clinton Bank. ,' Cleveland, « City Bank. Louisville, <: Hatchings & co. Lexington, " David A. Sayre. Nashville, « Col. R. H. M'Ewen. Memphis, >< J. B. Kirkland. Detroit, « ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 May 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. Cronise Brothers & Co., AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GENERAL DEALERS, Corner of Jackson and Montgomery streets, San Francisco, Keep constantly on hand a large stock of goo#l suitable for Traders. ap30 3m C. C. RICHMOND & CO , WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles, dhoice Family Stores, &c. Also, Agents for the sale of oands' and Townsend's Sarsaparilia Indian Chologogue, Wynkoop's Tonic Mixture, Mrs. Kidder's Cordial, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and other Patent Medicines of the day. Jackson street, below Montgomery, opposite Canton Hotel, San Francisco. _m 4 3m BALDWIN & CO., (Sccessors to Kohler & Co.) Assayers, Refiners & Coiners. MANUFACTURERS of Jewelry of California gold; dealers in Watches, Jewelry and Silver ware. Watches amlJewr-. elry neatly repaired. Next door to BryantV Hotel, Portsmouth Square, San Francisco. Geo. C. Baldwin. Thos. S. Holjian, A...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

': SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, MAY 16, 1850. NUMBER 20.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

Panama Railroad. — The Panama Echo says : We committed an error in our last paper in stating that General Mosquera was now the agent of the Railroad Company in our city. He is not the agent exactly of the company, but has full powers for engaging working men and placing them on the road. He has already contracted for 260 slaves and 300 freemen, whose engagement will begin in June next, as soon as the company requires their services. These men can be summoned here at any time, and arrive at a few days notice. They can be employed even in the rainy season, though a great many persons think differently, (but in this they are mistaken.) During this period they can perform all the preliminary work of cutting trees, etc., except perhaps some few weeks of hard rain. Besides these 550 men, already engaged for the railroad, Gen. M. has left orders with responsible persons in Popayan, to engage working men ; and laborers, in almost any number and at all times, can be procured from that provin...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

. : :■-■■■■ i Barton Lee, • ;. (Formerly Priest, Lee & Co.) EXCHANGE. REAL ESTATE AND ■ •■•■■:. ■;;;> ii BANKING OFFICE, . %t£n the east side of 2d st.lehoecn I and J sts. rOILLS OF EXCHANGE on all > " " parts of the United States for sale. :!i Money loaned on good security. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit, and a general banking business done. :i Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. aptOtf , Hensley, Merrill & King, \ Samuel J. Henslet. Robert D. Merrill. ', James King, of William. EXCHANGE BROKERS, I street, near Front street, L Sacramento City. ■ IS.GLD DUST and COIN bought, \ V^=- sold, and received on deposit. Drafts on Messrs. Corcoran & Riggs, payable in New York. Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington. Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk, Alexandria, Charleston, St. Louis, New Orleans, &c. &c. - jj Bills on London, and. remittances to all parts of England, Scotland and Ireland. ' Drafts on San ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

/COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— We the undersigned have this day form ed a copartnership, under the firm of Crowrll, Dudley & McDowell, > For the purpose of transacting a Wholesale Auction Se Commission Business, and have located ourselves in the extensive warehouse lately occupied by Messrs. Crowell, McDow ell 4r Co., on Front street, next to the City. Hotel. WM. A. CROWELL, n. a. m. Dudley, thos. McDowell. Sacramento City, May 6, 1850. [maB-tf. Copartnership Notice. *jn£[E undersigned have this day formed a copartnership under the firm of BURNELL, STOUT $ CO, I for the purpose of transacting a general auction and commission business. Prepared with a sufficient cash capital to make liberal advances on consignments, they respectfully solicit the same at their store on Front st., three doors from M. BARKER BURNELL, JACOB VV. STOUT, J. B BRIDGMAN. Sacramento City, April 9, 1850. aplo3m £IOPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— The undersigned have, formed a copartnership under the firm o...

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The Wan!s of California. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

The Wants of California. Merchants in the States have heretofore labored under a great mistake in sending, as a general thing, articles of no very superior quality to supply the market of California. They have probably been led into the mistake by the fact that this is a new country; which, however true, will not necessarily warrant the conclusion that we require articles of consumption coarser than those used at the East. The character of our population and their standing in society previous to their advent here, is such as to call for all the luxuries with which the highest state of enlightenment is supplied. No where can a more intelligent political assemblage be collected than in California. No where have we seen more critical theatrical audiences than those which meet nightly in Sacramento. No where should a legislator who frames a bill, a committeeman who draws up a report, a writer who presents himself lo the public, take more pains with his productions than here Every mind i...

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The Remjial of Mr. Freeland. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

The Removal of Mr. Freeland. To the Editors of the Transcript: Gentlemen: Our community has learned with surprise and regret, and I think I may say, with feelings of no little indignation, that the watchful guardians of our infant State, at the National Metropolis, have seen proper, in their wisdom, to remove from the Post Office in this city, its late indefatigable and meritorious incumbent, Col> Stephen B. Freeland. The question naturally occurs, why has this been done? In the remarks which I have to make, let nothing be construed into an attempt todisparage the recent appointee. I know nothing otherwise, than that he may be inevery respect worthy and well qualified to discharge the duties of his office. Be this known as it may, when a faithful officer, in the honest discharge of his dunes, is stricken down in his usefulness, without the least assignable cause, no considerations of delicacy should deter us from a full expression of opinion, and a free examination of all...

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Report of ihe Grand Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

Report of ihe Grand Jury. We have received for publication the folowing report from the Foreman oi the Grand I Ju y. Its suggestions arc well wonhy thnjjM attention ol the authoriti s,and it wiil amply repaj' a perusal b\ tue public: Sixth Judicial District, Cal. To the Hun. LisiiiU Cjuit: 'Jhe liruud Jury of Sacramento County, the first which ha» met within thw valley, c num. need its sessions ou the 6th iu&t, alter v Karued and Uoquuit charge irom the Uon. Court, coi.tkining such instructions as were | deemed necessary. ' lie iiijaucuouj therein, and the duties dejvolving up n tliem by law, the jury have at.enipted to fulfil They n..ve endeavored to examine impartially t..c cases brought before iflfU), and t.,iuk iheir decisions are the re* jSUltoi diligent inquiry and unbi .ssed action. I They liave had be/ore them 34 cases, and 'have iuund 10 bills against 20 individual.-, in the course ol which th'-y have txamiiud 64 witnesses.. T.crc are, however, some evils existi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

AnotheJPßexefit for the Relief of the Sick axd»stkesskd. — It will be seen by the fblliMing correspondence, that the proftrictorsMnd managers of the Olympic Circus, armot behind hand in their liberality. — Whermhc Tchaina Theatre devoted the proceeds of an evening to the same object, the Ohwnpic closed doors t> iavnr the project ; and nw, in a very appropiiate time, they offer weir services to give further assistance I" benevolent institutions in our midst. I is pleasing to notice such instances of thi benevolence that seems to be characteristic, n California. r l he Benefit will take placi on Friday Evening. To the Board rf Trustees of the jo'nt Ma sonic and Odd~Fellows' ReA'f Association : Gentlemen : The proprietor of the Olympic Circus, bt'ing desirous to contribute his mite towards relieving the si'k and distressed, pluces h : s Imuse at your dispos.l upon any evening this week which you nriy choose V set ap:irt; cheer'ully giving his own and lady's services, and the...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

MARINE NEWS. (Single ___________ ) Port of San Francisco. (Single ___________ ) ARRIVED. May 10th.-- Bark Mersey. Macdonald, 204 ds fm N Y; bark Agnes. .Cutter, 184 ds fm Frankfort. Maine; ship Monument, Trott, 161 ds fm N York: schr Quadratus, Means, of and 165 days fm Blue Hill. Me. May 11th and 12th.-- Bark Palmetto, Rich, 52 ds fm Panama; ship Mariposa. Martle, 37 ds from Honolulu; Eng bk Elizabeth Archer, Cobb, 83 ds from Hong Kong.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

(£r*T:ie ATe.nbfrs of flfotnal H iok and Liddpr Company, N->. 1, are requested to atieud aspec ; al meet nor of the Company on Thursday (this) eve1 ning. M\y 1", at half-past 7 o'clock, at the Court \ House. Fourth st., near J. Punctual attendance is requested By order of HIRAM ARENTS, Foreman. T e.nry G. Ti-in^'ev, Secretary. It Rt-ligi^t-.s Xottce. — The R'-v. A. KAL"S- Rkligi^tts Xottce.— The Rev. A. KALHOCK. of the Bint : st Denomination. W'H n<-enfli Pat If M<son ; Lo''stp Room at 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 p. m. of each Sabbath. mvli <** • fTT-* Notice. — unrlersarnofi having 1 been p esented to 'he nnbl : as a Candida*** to fill the vacancy mi the C : tv ConnoM. re*npotfnllv so' : c ; ts t^fi con« : Herat : oii o<"tlio«e of his friends who think him worthy of their support. JAMES QUEKN. Election on Tuesday, May "21st. 4t [£7=" The nnde-s'jriieil T- p«npctfnltv snh-nits his na^e' to the c'tizen« of Sn"*T"' > &am...

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