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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

AMUSEMENTS. ' Ro wef .4 Olympic Circus, %^ At the New Pacific 1 Theatre, on M streit. ! THIS KVKNIXG, May Kith, 1850, ; The performance will commence with a Com-! plicated Cavalcade.' led by Mr. ami Mrs. Rowe; Siilor's Hornpipe, by Mr. Burke; Master Rafael in a dashing act; M". Rowe in a double act. on . two horses, carrying .Master Rafael; M •. Dowues I as the Spa.iish Reaper on horseback; Co'iiicSongj by the Clown; Mr. Rowe as the G.-eek Warrior. ' ] To conclude with the comical afterpiece entitled The Old • Road to California, or the One-wheel Carriage. ' • .i; Price of Admission — Dress circle and parlii'Mte. !?•-:; second tier, $I, ' ' Doors open at half past seven, and performance «» commence precisely at 6 o'clock. Public of ice. ;| >piIE public are notified that the ■ * firm known and doing business in thr city of Sacramento, .Sate California, under tl. name and style of O-insby. Harj er & Co., w» lissolved b\ r mutual consent in the <uonth ...

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

*:; t AUCTION SALES. '. j T ; By 'J.C B. ! Starr & r C~&}"7~~* . ■ ■" „;^--'gv x-i :»-.!.-.-;-:,-u;,y. j,itc vino oti VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN SAC RAM ENTO CITY AT AUCTION Will be sold, on FRIDAY, the 17th : Miy, 1950.' the most valuable Real Estate «ter offered iv Sacramento City. This property, is 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 follows : '21 feet front on Front street by 150 1 feet deep, and the buildings on the same -21 feet front bys-< feet deep each, and three stories high. Ti.ese buildings are entirely new and in complete order, 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 stores. The purchaser has an opportunity 01 realizing a handsome profit before the two last payments are due ■• ■- . • ., •< „ • ;~.. , ,'•• The ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

CACRAMENTO CITY LOTS.— j We have at orivite sale handsomely; located Lots, -20 by 160. ,-'r.'^, : ■j.*-"--"^! "• Also, 10 Blocks, undivided, near Suttees Fort, East Sucratnento, being most eligible sites, for . family residences, on high and dry ground. This 1 property is ; rapidly • increasing in value, and is very desirable either to the speculator or settler; Terms low. Apply to R. HAMMETT & CO, , j V] - \< ; ; ;..- ; ,At their Real. Estate' M irt. , ■"Also, just ; received per schr Alfred. 3 Frame" Houses, 16 by 20, complete, with windows, & c- - : ...'.-■ .rmt>tf ]..-:>,^ R. H. & CO.; i ]y|ESSRS. HURT BROli-iJiitcJ ■*• ■*■ have for sale 'at their store, on Front street, a large and varied assortment of Merchandize; cousis- ing of— Flour, pork, hams, bacon, buuer, lard, sugar, coffee, tea, beans, rice, cheese, vinegar, pickles, olive oil, mustard, sardines, oysters, salmon, preserves; marmalades.' raisins, spli...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

\ Builders' and Architects. WINN & LATSON, on Third, beT~* twee n L and M streets, are ready *at times to contract for and erect any kind -ofW Buildings, Fire proof Brick buildings particu- -- larly. , They will also furnish Plans, Eleva- ,' tions and Estimates, or either, for any sort of building, at a reasonable rate. „, They will attend to the making 01' Coffins, or any thing els* usually understood to be the duty of undertake ;• at 3m T 'V" A. P. Petit, ; '. 7:: ' 7 - ! -° CONTRAttOR AND BUILDER, ¥S now ready to ; receive and make - 1 - out s r ecificutioii9 j and plans 5 for buildings f> of all kinds. I He will also iurnish materials necessary for the erection of all kinds of buil- ;j dings.- . Stores, bar rooms, etc., fitted up neatly at short notice. He has also a general as« sortment of four panneled inch-and-a.h'urf ~ doors, with and without mouldings ; and other :^asli ; for windows, glazed and' unglazed Can be found at his residence oh L street &...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

MISCELLANEOUS. Parody. — The following parody on Poe's poem, "Ths Raven," is not Qnce upon an evening dreary, while I lone and weary, over an oiden paper, reading forgotten stories o'er •;• suddenly I heard a curious, lonely, ghostly.strange, mysterious grating underneath the floor — only this, and nothing more. And again 1 trimmed the taper, and once more resumed my paper — aged, forsaken, antique paper —poring its ancient content o'er; When the same mysterious grating, somewhat louder ihan before — and it seemed like some one sawinu wood beneath my office floor ; 'tis no mouse, thought I, "but more. As I listened, each particular hair stood upright, perpendicular- — cold, outstanding drops orbicular, stranie, mysterious terror, filled my soul with fear and horror, such as I never felt before ; much I wondered what this curious grating meant beneath the floor. And thus watching, gazing, pondering, trembling, doubting, fearing, wondering, suddenly the wall was sundering, as for Banq...

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The Opening or Parliament Pie. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

The Opening or Parliament Pie. Sing a song of Parliament, — Speeches cut and dry. Four-and-twenty members, Each with his cry. When their mouths they open Each his cry to sing. They make a pretty kettle offish To set before the queen. The prince sits in his parlor And there he takes his money, The queen sits in her nursery, Looking sweet as honey. John Bull pays every farden And don't know how it goes, And outruns the constable, Payinr •Vi'-onsrh »lip "os^. Punch. A corre^KJiJuiiui vi tue Bangor Whig thus claims for a popular nursery rhyme the honor of being the first poetic effusion ever produced on American foil : " The fir?t poetic effusion ever produced on American soil, originated in a circumstance which was handsomely explained by one of the full bloods of the Jibawa or (as we call thim) the Chippewas. All those who have witnessed the perforiiiances of the Indians of the Far We?t recently in our city, must recollect the cradle and the mode in which the Indians bring up their ch...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

Boat ? for San Francisco, , _ . The new and splenJ^j^S^T^rt^' : ' ■ -*■ did J steamer '■ G OLD g3|Kh^£r-^<f^v HUNTER, Captain <V* ,*Jwifc^vl3[/v^ Couillard, will leave '^NpVnX'Sntv^\*n\Si, her berth at foot at X 44jf^«^I||_^A\ Jr^ street.every Tuesday, - : ?!^^'-'^n^m??^fgl*- =^ Thursdny and Satur*U&Mmeif 9 k Hu.nr. ' day, at 8 a. m., for San Francisco. The Gold Hunter has elegant accommodations, is entirely new, and was buiit expressly for the Sacramento river trade. -She has two | marine engines, and her well known. speed will I insure dispatch ■ to passengers bound to and from j the mines.. Freight to San Francisco $2 per 100 lbs., measurement goods 75 cents per foot. Passage, $25 to and from - Sacramento City. i For freight or passage, apply to the captain on board - • ml 4 LAW'S LINE ; or Pacific Steamers. j^L'^L The splendid steam4&£S2s^\\Jz. V er ISTHMUS will «gwraMßWjgr^ leave San Francisco y<^c4^ '■ bk^ov. on l i e Ma...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

jggfe HAWLEY \ & GO'S. EXJ Sjrajs*» PRESS from the Mines to the At- .", ™ lantic States, Canadas and Europe. The only firm authorised by Adams '&. Co. in Sacramento , City for . the transmission of package?, jrold dust and coin to and trom the above places, by their Kxprees. Bills of Exchange sold on • the ; aboVe \ firm for the States:" - Adams & Co. send messengers with every shipment, thus insuring; sa ety to consignees. si Gold dust ant) 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 office at San Francisco, Sacramento City- and Stockton, and sent where the parties direct. 11. & Co. refer to the. following certificate for ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. Henry M. Naglee, 280 Montgomery street, San Francisco. 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, <- C ty Bank. Albany, " Washburn & Co. New York, " E. W. Clark, Dodge & co. Trenton, " Mechanics & Man'rs Bk. Philadelphia, " E. W. Clark & co. 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, " Huti-hings & co. Lexington, « David A. Sayre. Nashville, « Col. R. H. MEwen. Memphis, •< J. B. Kirkland. Detroit, » Butler & Bailey. St. Louis, « E. W. Clark & Brothers. Springfield, 111. f N. H. Ridgely. Galena, « Cromwell Chace....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 16 May 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. Cronise Brothers & Co., AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GENERAL DEALERS, . Corner of Jackson and Montgomery stVts, M San Francisco, Keep constantly on hand a large stock of goods suitable for Traders. ap30- m C. C. RICHMOND & CO., WHOLESALE and Retail Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles, choice Family Stores, &c. Also, Agents for the sale of Sands' and Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Indian Chologogue, * \Vynkoop ? s : .Tonic g Mixture, ' Mrs. Kidder'a 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., (Sucessors to Kohler & Co.) Assayers. Refiners & Coiners. MANUFACTURERS of Jewelry of California gold; dealers in Watches, Jewelry and Silver ware. Watch and Jewelry neatly repaired. Next door to Bryant's Hotel, Portsmouth Square, San Francisco. Geo. C. Baldwin. Thos. S...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. * VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, MAY 18, 1850. NUMBER 21.

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Latest from the Sandwich islands. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850

Latest from the Sandwich islands. By an arrival on the 13th from Honolulu, we have dates from the Sand vvich Islands to the 13th April. The legislature convened on the 10th of April, and His Majesty attended by His Royal Consort, His Highness the Premier, and their Excellencies the Ministers of Foreign Relations and Public Instruction, was present and delivered an address. Honolulu, according to the "Polynesian," is improving. A violent hail storm occurred on the leeward of Kauai on the 19th of March. Wm. Ap. Jones, Esq., has been appointed Police Justice, District Judse, and Notary Public for the Island of Maui and dependencies. Honolulu. — For a few weeks past we have noticed with pleasure the great increase of buildings in all quarters of the town. And although nothing like California activity prevails in this respect, still Honolulu is rapidJy improving in the matterof house building. This is occasioned by the influx of foreigners from San Francisco and of others on the way ther...

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The Hungarian Exiles, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850

The Hungarian Exiles, The Hungarian Exiles have issued an address to the people cf the United States, which we have not room to give in full. The following is it* conclusion: "Our sons have poured out their blood on the battle-field ; our wives and little children have been driven from their homes/persecuted and seperated from each other ; many of us have left behind fathers and mothers in misery, or even in the chains of ty- | rants; many have no knowledge of the fate of those dearest to them, and to none of us is it granted to lighten our grief by weeping among the ruins over the graves of our dear country. Thus do we, the unfortunate, come to happy, free America. Americans ! you have already shown vs your generous sympathy. The encouraging voice of that sympathy reached us over the sea, and the warm grasp of American hands with which we were welcomed, tell us that the free American honors the free Hungarian. Thank you for this. May America calmly and safely advance to that greatn...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850

Barton Lee, (Formerly Priest, Lee & Co.) EXCHANGE. REAL ESTATE ANE BANKING OFFICE, OntheeastsideofUd stbettoern I and J sts JJILLS OF EXCHANGE on all *^ 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 Hensley, Merrill & King, Samuel J. Hensley. Robert D. Meeeill. James Kino, of William. EXCHANGE BROKERS, / street, near Front street, Sacramento City. fJOLD DUST and COIN bought, 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. Bills on London, and remittances tv all parts of England, Scotland and Ireland. Drafts on San Francisco.— Merchants and others wishing to make remittances can do so by letter, without the risk and in...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850

COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— *^ We the undersigned have this day form ed a copartnership, under the firm of Crowell, Dc&lev & McDowell, For the put pose of transacting a Wholesale Auction Sf Commission Business, and havi located ourselvt-9 in the extensive warehouse lately occupied by Messrs. Crowell, McDuw ell Co., on Front street, neat to ;he City Hotel. WM. A. CROWELL, n. a. m. Dudley, thos. McDowell. Sacramento City, May 6, 1850. [maB-tf. Copartnership notice. JJIHE undersigned have this da)' formed a copartnership under the firm of BURNELL, STOUT $ CO, for the purpose of transacting a gene r a? 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 W. STOUT, J. B BRIDGMAN. Sacramento City, April 9, 1850. aplO3m rjO PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— The undersigned have formed a copartnership under the firm of ...

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Vandalism. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850

Vandalism. One of the most serious destructions of pro^ perty-that we have been called upon to notice for some time, has been going on in our midst, for a day or two back. We allude to the acts of an individual, who has done much towards depriving our city of its chief ornament — the shade trees among which it stands. None too righteous, was the indignation of the Placer Times of yesterday morning ; and we gladly join our voice with it, afod denounce, in severest terms, this act of vandalism. How large can his soul be, who can thus needlessly lift his hand against one of God's fairest works — a fjestic and graceful shade tiee. The indigion among our citizens was general, and not to be mistaken; but it had no effect, until several oj our noblest trees were laid low, and others so injured, that they must soon die and. become objects of deformity, instead of ornaments to our streets. To be sure the act was not. a crime, but the least that can be said of it T is, that it was a needless ...

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The Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850

The Wedding. The most genteel affair that we h ave as yet witnessed in California, came off night before last. We have heretofore been rather inclined to yield to the ball given at San Francisco in the Hall of the California Guards the precedence over all other fashionable assemblages. But the affair night before last stands pre-eminently the first. There was nothing Uke effort apparent, but all was ease and gentility. The bride was dressed in white satin, trimmed with flowers. Her dark hair was braided in the most elegant style, and a beautiful white veil added its airy grace to her person. The bridegroom was tastefully dressed in black, with white satin vest and neckerchief. The bridesmaid attracted scarcely less attention than the bride. A splendid specimen bracelet, a preseut from the bridegroom, graced her arm, and lace caught up with flowers added to the beauty of her rich satin dress. But then the groomsman ! He of couise appeared with the badge, and was the gayest of the gay...

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Correspondence of- the Sacramento Transcript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850

Correspondence of- the Sacramento Transcript. Placerville, May 13th, 1850. Messrs. Editors: We have just received intelligence of the death of Jobn£!.Calhoun, the statesman of the south. One by one, are the great men of . our nation pa&sing away — and who is there that cannot venerate the memory of those who die at their post, irii the councils of the nation. Truly, cau we say, of the great champion of the South, "well done, good and faithful servant." " May thy ashes rest in peace." Strange as it may appear in this remarkable country, where almost every thing is overlooked in the avidity to obtain gold, a Temperance Meeting was held last Sunday Jternocn, at Washington Hall, in this place. A society was ibrmed, the pledge circulated, and a large number of names received. The iollowing gentlemen were elected to preside over the society : Albert W. Bee, President ; David H. Steele, Vice President ; Thomas C. Nugent, Secretary. A large number of miners were in attendance, a...

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