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REPORT OF THE MEETING ON THE PANMAMENT LUCATION OF THE CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
REPORT OF THE MEETING ON THE PANMAMENT LUCATION OF THE CAPITAL. nent Location of the Capital. — Our citizens will see by the following report of the proceedings «f the last meeting of the comnittee appointed under the second resolution passed at a public meeting, held to take into consideration the subject or" the permanent location of the Capital, that the matter is sail) under agitation. The time for work is now| short, and what is done must be done with a will and promptly : 'The committees appointed under the 2nd resolution passed at the public meeting of the 2nd inst.-, held in this city for the purpase of adopting mra-tirus relaiive to the "permanent location &lt;.f the seat ot govern meat," met at the office of Joseph W. Wiuans to effect a more thorough organization and plan of action. After discussion, relative to the definite duties of the committee, it was on motion of Col. T. A. Warbass, Resolved, That this committee in receiving subscriptions in real estate, must...
THE SERENADE. For the Transcript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
THE SERENADE. For the Transcript. The eve was lovely, clear and bright, The moon and stars gave forth their light; The breeze swept gently 'mong the trees, When seven young men were round town serenading till some of 'em plunged into a pond of mud and water half way up to their knees. Truth. Mysterious Disappearance. — A son of Mr. David Fioley, left the ranch of Fine &amp; Hibler, about two miles from this city, the other side of the American river, one week ago last Tuesday. He started at sunrise in the morning, in search of some horses that had strayed from the ranch, and intended to return by noon of the same day. A short time after he was seen near a bridge over a slough about a mile and a half from the place from which he started, by some of Dr. Harris's hired hands. Since then no tidings have been heard of him, and great anxiety is entertained on his account. He is eighteen years old, has black eyes, dark complexion, and is about 5 feet in heighth. He rode a sorrel, A...
MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, .. May 14th.— Bark .Mary Waterman, Higgins, 160 ds fm N Orleans, ship Sutton, Dolton, 9o ds from Singapore; Br brig Maid of Julpha, Peech, 57 as from Hong Kong; brig Gulnare, Dodge, 174 ds fm Castine; Per bark Beatrice, Baxter, 33 days from Mazatlan.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
Married, On Wednesday evening, the 15th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Moorhouse, WM C. YOUNG, Esq., of this city, to Miss LUCY A. BARNES, daughter of Henry Barnes, Esq., of Philadelphia. In Plumas, by Rev. A. Kalloch, of Sacramento City, Mr. G. W. SMITH, of Sacramento City, to Miss ELIZABETH ROBINSON, of Plumas.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
Massachusetts expects every to do His duty— Attention! Military of Massachuse tts! .' A meeting of the military of Massachusetts, will be held at the Hall on L street, under the Masonic Hall, on This (Saturday) Evening, . •! at 8 o'clock, for drill and business, preparatory to ; "" the May parade. A punctual attendance is reouested per order. V" . "-.-**&gt; &lt;■ '■'■'.. '-~i** .\. \ --"'Jfaj.' Gen N. A. M. DUDLEY, Com'g. .; Bkn'J- B. Gore, Clerk.' .t.r'^.^^^.-'ayl^^ i \ry Religiol-s Notice. — The Rev. A. KALLOCK, of the Baptist Denomination, will preach at the -Masonic* Lodge Room at 10 ' o'clock a. m. .. and 3p.m. of each Sabbath: .' T V;'O rovll 4t *• « — :: — — — — — - — : — .'.'.' — : ~ — ~ — n Notice.— The uhde'fsignedthaving' been I presented to the : public as a candidate ' to fill , the ' vacancy in the City Council, respectfully, solicits the consideration of those of his friends who think ;; him worthy of their support.^^ Election on Tuesday, May 21st. ■ ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
AMUSEMENTS. A CARD -Mrs. J H.KIRBY, would most respectfully inform her friends and the public iin general, that her benefit will take place on Mon day Evening, May 20th, on which occasion will be presented for the first time in this city Cole man's highly interesting play of the Iron Chest Wilired, by Mrs Kirby— her first appearance in that character. my18 Tehama Theatre. THIS EVENING,. May 18th, Will be represented the dramatic spectacle entitled :; , .». THE BOTTLE IMP \ iC ' enu Or, The Iast Purchase. After which, a SONG, by Mr. Fairchild To conclude with .winning A HUSBAND, Or Seven's the main. BIRXELL, STOUT &amp; CO., AUCTIONEERS Commission and Wholesale Merchants HAVE for sale at their stores on Front street, near M - - 300 sacks Mexican flour 200 pieces red and green flannels 50 do cassimeres and thin goods for 800 doz Scheidam gin, in jugs [linings 400 cases do do in glass . 225 do old Scotch whisky 25 do liqueur gin 100 do sup'r Otard brandy 50 doz brandy, packed i...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
AUCTION SALES. RICHARD N. BERRY, Auc'rs. BY BURNELL, STOUT &amp; CO. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN SACRAMENTO CITY AT AUCTION. Burnell, Stout &amp; Co. will sell on Tuesday next, May 21st, at 11 o'clock, at their sales rooms on Front st., 8 desirable building lots, situated on L and 12th , sts. Plans at office; sale positive. m18 2t BY G. B. STEVENS &amp; CO. VALUABLE. PROPERTY: FOR SALE AT AUCTION. J Will be 'sold This Morning, May 18th, ; at 10 o'clock, at their store, corner J and Front streets, 30 valuable '. lots li in the ' flourishing ; town of Eliza, on Feather river. Also, at private sale, and on accommodating terms, valuable and well selected lots in Fremont, Marysville, Eliza, Nieholaus, Sacramento City. G. STEVENS &amp; CO., m18 1t* Corner J and Front sts. E. J. C. KEWEN. MURRAY MORRISON. Kewen &amp; Morrison, ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LA W, Corner of J and 2d sts., SACRAMENTO CITY. May 4, 1850. 3m. JOHNSON &amp; McBRAYER, Attorne...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
SACRAMENTO CITY LOTS.- We have at private sale 200 handsomely located Lots, 20 by,160. Also, 10 Blocks, undivided, near Sutler's Fort, East Sacramento, being most eligible sites for family residences, on high and dry ground. This property is rapidly increasing in value, and is very desirable either to the speculator or settler. Terms low. Apply to R. HAMMETT &amp; CO, At their Real Estate Mart. Also, just received per schr Alfred, 3 Frame Houses, 16 by 20, complete, with doors, windows &amp;c. [m2 tf] R. H. &amp; CO. H. D. STRATTON, Doctor of Dental Surgery, offers his professional services to the citizens of Sacramento City and vicinity. . Office on J street, adjoining Warbass' Banking House. : Ladies visited at their residences - Reference is made to B. B. Brown, M. D., and Dr. of Dental Surgery, late of St. Louis; Dr. T. J. White, Mr. Eugene Gillespie, and others in Sacramento City. m11 3m R. A. I'^ARIS.r .. vj, A. W. BROCKWAY. PEARIS &amp; BROCK...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
Builders and Architects. WINN &amp; LATSON, on Third, between L and M streets, are ready at all times to contract; for and. erect any kind of Buildings, Fire proof Brick 'buildings particularly. They will also "* furnish Plan?, Elevations and Estimates, w or either, for * any sort oj building, at a reasonable rate. They will attend to the making of Coffins, or any thing else usually understood to be the duty of undertakers?' al 3m , A. P. Petit, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, IS now ready to receive and make out specifications and plans for buildings of all kinds. He will also furnish materials necessary for the erection of all kinds of buildings. Stores,- bar rooms, etc., fitted 'rip neatly, at short notice. He has also a general as' sortment of four panneled inch-and-a-half doors, with and without mouldings ; and other sash ; for, windows, glazed s and unglazed Can be found at j his residence on L street next to the store of . Bran nan &amp; Co. N. B— A. P. Petit has esta...
TO DEATH. [From the German of Gluck.J TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
TO DEATH. [From the German of Gluck.J TO DEATH. Me thinks .it .were no pain to die. On"«ucb an eve, when such a sky : - '-..i , ! .- . .: O'ercanopies the West. To £aze my fill on yon calm deep, &gt;; . : And,' like an infant, fall to sleep , -..■ . On earth, my mother's breast. There's peace arid welcome in yon sea Of, endless blue tranquility. ?• '.'.".&gt; • , . , The clouds are Hying: things; . •-- I trace their viens of liquid gold, ' I see them solemnly unfold :'i(\ . : . Their soft and fleecy wings. These be the angels that convey : -.; ; ■ ■■ Us weary children of a da\— . : _. " Life's tedious nothing o'er — . , Where" neither passions come, nor woes, ■To vex the genius of repose ; • . ; . On Death's majestic shore. • No darkness there divides the wayi^;*" With startling dawn and dazzling day ; : But gloriously serene ,: Are the interminable plains :—: — One fixi'd, eternal subset reigns '' ;&gt;.! '.-i 5 O'er the wide, silent scene. ! I cannot do...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
Notice. "IVfOTICE is hereby given that the ' Rocky Bar Mining Company will meet at the Big Bur on the Middle Fork of the American River, on the first Monday in June, for the purpose of resuming operations. The members of the Company are requested to be present. By order of the Company : ap!B-\v7t* JAS. DRLEVAN, Secy. rpO THE LADIES— A few fash- •*" ionable trimmed, Florence braid, vel vet and silk bonnets, for sale by SUYDAM-'&amp; GALLOWAY, Auction and Commission Mf rchants, m 4 3tw* J street, above 4th. piANO FORTE— For sale by •*• Desptcher Brothers^ corner of J and Second streets— a splendid instrument, of Collard k. Collard's manufacture. mZ-tf
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
Day Boat for San Francisco. The new and splendid steamer GOLD HUNTER, Captain, Couillard, will leave her berth at foot at K street every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 8 A. M., for San Francisco. The Gold Hunter has elegant accommodations, is entirely new, and was built expressly, for the Sacramento river trade. She has, two marine engines, and her well known speed will insure dispatch to passengers bound to and from ■he mines. Freight to San Francisco $2 per 100 ibs, measurement goods 75 cents per foot. Passage, 525 t« and - from ; Sacramento City. For freight or passage, apply to the captain on board . ml 4 3m LAW'S LINE ■■.■■'. -riy Of Pacific Steamers. jl^A. *i The splendid steamX^ \ « IS THMUS will * s **« i «iiSi&amp;l leave San Francisco &amp;Vl\ Nw iNfi mSSS IlV^v Panama - Tnis steam,VP»^' er is the first of the !l *&lt;HWllSl^sgs=^»- and will connect with the. steamers Ohio and Falcon at Chagres to New /i ork, New Orleans and Havana. For freight ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
HAWLEY &amp; COS. EXPRESS from the Mines to the Atlantic Slates, Catiadas and Earope. The only firm authorised by Adams &amp; Co. in Sacramento City for the transmission ol packages, gold dust and coin to and from the above places, by their Express. BilJs of Exchange sold on the above firm for the States. Adams &amp; 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. &amp; 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. H. &amp; Co. refer to the following certificate for their authority fof their connection with Adams &...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 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 &amp; Co. , Providence, " John L. Moves. Hartford, -«- - Hartford Bauk. NeW Haven, " City Bank. Albany, - « - Washburn &amp; Co. AWYorfc, « J E." W. Ciark, Dodge &amp;co Trenton,'- ;\ r ""'• Mechanics' Alan'rj Bk Philadelphia, " * E. W. Clark &amp; co. Pittsburgh. " Samuel Jones &amp; co. Harrisburg-, « J \V. Wier, cashier. Lancaster, C. Bachman, " Beading, - • « I Farmer's Bank. Pottsville, ■ ■ « Charles Loeser, cashier. I Cincinnati, " A. J. Wheeler. :-~! Columbus, « Clinton Bank. — . Cleveland, " City Bank. """ Louisville, « AHutchings &amp; co. Lexington, ■/■\*f i *i David A. Sayre. .} Nashville, « Col. R. H. M'Ewen. Memphis, • " . J. B. Kirkland. Detroit, -*i\ Butler &amp; Bailey. St. Louis. • " E. W. Clark &amp; Brothers. Springfield, 111., « .N. H. R...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 18 May 1850
SAN FRANCISCO. Cronise Brothers &amp; Co., AUCTION COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GENERAL DEALERS, Corner of Jackson and Montgomery streets San Francisco, Keep constantly on hand a large stock of good. suitable for Traders. ap30 3m C. C. RICHMOND &amp; CO., WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles. choice Family^ tores; &amp;c. Also, Ajrents for th« sale of Sands' and -^ownsend s-SarfapariHa In dian Cholog-ogue, Wynkoop'. Tonic Mixture" Mrs. Kidder's Cordial, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral' and other Patent Medicines of the day CMOrai » Jackson street, below - Montgomery, opposite Canton Hotel, San Francisco. " m 4 ££ BALDWIN &amp; CO., V (Sccespors to Kohler &amp; Co.) ; 4 8 i??Sr^ R efiners &amp; Coiners, MANUFACTURERS of Jewelry ■ ■ of California gold; dealers in WatchesJewelry and .Silver ware. Watches and Jew! elry neatly repaired. Next door to BryantV Hotel, Portsmouth Square, San Francisco. ; Geo. C. Baldwin. , Trios....