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GENERAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

GENERAL NOTICE. Rcllgtoun Scrvlc c %. — C ONGnF.GATIoNAL CHURCH, Cth street, between I and J — Rev. J. A. Benton, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at lOjj o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. si. Metiiodist Enscoru. Ciikkcii, Nosth, 7th st., between L ami M— Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at lOi o'clock a. m., ami S o'clock p. M. Metiioditt Episcopal Chit.eh Scnrrn, 7th st., between J and X—Rev.K — Rev. Mr. Pcnniman, Pastor. Diri;:c service every Sabbnth at 10J o'clock a. m. B.utist Chubch, N. E. oorner of 7th and L «» — Rev. James W. Capen, Pastor. Divine service tvery Sabbath at Y)\ o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. M. Co.man Catholic Cbcscb, corner of 7th and X Fts — Ret. John Ingoldsby, Pastor. Divine worship on every Sabbatli and Holliday, at 10^ o'clock a. 9C, aad 4j r. m.; on other days at 7 o'clock a. m. Mnnonlc Lollies — Teiiama Lodge, No. 3, m«ct» on the Ist and 3d Mondays of each month, at "j o'clock P. M., in tbe Masonic Hall, corner of J and 6th sts. T...

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Branch .Mint In California. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

Branch .Mint In California. Annexed is the lull to establish a branch of the Mint of the United States in California, which was rend a first and second timo by its title, by* unanimous consent, and referred to the Committee on Finance. Tho bill is as follows : A Bill to establish a Branch of the Mint of the United States in California : Be it enacted by the Senate and Houso of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That a Branch of the Mint of the United States be established in California, to be located hy the Secretary of the Treasury, for the coinage of gold and silver. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That temporary buildings shall be procured or erected immediately, for carrying on the business of said branch mint, and the following I officers shall be appointed, so soon as the pubi lie interests may require their services, upon the nomination of the President, and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to wit : One superintendent, one tre...

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

YEW BOOKS AND STATION■L'ERY, LAW IiOOK*. &c.— Collyer on Partnership, Perkins' edition; Bulhirtine on limitations: Smiths Mercantile Law; Kenfs Commentaries; Bouvicr's Law Dictionary; Whcatons Elements of International Law: Potbier on Contracts; Conkling's Treatise; Whartons American Criminal Law; Chitty f Pleading: Digest Law of tho United States: ■ inkling's united States Admiralty. Pritch d"s Admiralty Digest; 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; do. on I Conflicts of Laws. Also, a large Assortment, too numerous to mention, of schoolbooks of every description; music books, 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 balls; wrapping paper: gold dust and envelope paper...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. JOSEril B. BEARD. JB. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. m l 9 CLARK & MILNE, Auction and Commission Merchants, Front st, between X and L. ml 9 "PRETTYMAN & BAR ROLL, Wholesale AucX I 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 Commis- . sion Merchants. No. 51 J street. ml 9 lw j _______^ __^ HINKS & MACE, Exchange Brokers, J street, next door above Crescent City Hotel. m 23 lm* ARTHUR W. FOOTE, Exchange Bank, 2d street, between J and K. ni2B lm Bakers. WINKLE'S BAKERY, ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Hardware Merchants. ASHLEY & CO., Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron, Tin Ware, &c. f X street, 4 doors above Second street. nil 9 • R; A. KNOX & CO., Wholesale Dealers! in • Stoves, Sheet-Iron and Tin ware, J street near 7th street. ml 9 lm FOLGER & CLIFT, Builders' Hardware, Stoves, heavy Machinery, &c, 222 J street, between 7th and Bth sts. ■;•;-' * ml 9 lm LORD, THOMPSON & CO., Wholesale Dealers J.J in Stoves, Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 4th and sth, north side. ml 9 lm ... JG. ANDERSON & CO., Dealers in Stoves, • Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 3d and 4th. ml 9 lw CW. STILES & CO., Tinners, X street, be- • tween Front and 2d streets. in 24 lm Hotels and Restaurants. LADY ADAMS HOTEL, by Politz is. Bartels, X street, near Front and Steamboat Landings, Sacramento City. The house is well supplied with Lodging Rooms and Single Rooms. Meals, (including...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. /*y££39W 'Palmer * co'scalifor/^ffgjJX^NTA EXPRESS COMPANY, for !^j<g£ss£s|y^L 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 terms. . ' 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 California will be dispatched from the New York Office to the Pacific steamers twice a month under charge of a competent a^ent, whose name will at any time be given, and who will return immediately with vouchers, giving early intelligence of shipment, after j the manner of the United States mails. In this we differ from all othe...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOK STORE. T7IORREST & BORDEN offer for sale at their JF establishment, on Second, near J streets — Paper. Plain and white ruled letter; Plain and blue ruled do; Packet and commercial post; Tissue, blotting and wrapping. Account Books. Half bound journals, ledgers, records, cash and invoice books; ■ Full bound do do ' do • do do; Russia bound do do do do do; Quartos, memorandums, paper and leather covers. , Views. Coloma, embracing site of the first discovery of Streets and full views of San Francisco; [gold; View of Sacramento; Disappointed Lumber Merchant; The Grand Masquerade, &c, &c. Miscellaneous .Works. Colton's Three Yean in California; Sh'akspearc's works, in different bindings; Byron a do; .; Moore's ■ ■ do; Chambers' Encyclopedia of English Literature; Daguerreotype of Foreign Miscellany; Howitt's Journal; Bulwcr's works in splendid binding; Walker's Dictionary. Spanish Books. ' Ollenilorff 'a Grammar and Key; The Spanis...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. LITERATURE ! LITERATURE I ! JUST received at the "True Delta" Depot— O Harper's, Godey's, Graham's, International and Blackwood's Magazines. _u^V.*i;. Henry Smeaton — James' last. Black Tulip — last. Ladder of Gold — Robt. Bell's last. David Copperfield — Boz's last. The Convict — Ned Buntline's last. Mother's Recompense, Josephine, &c. &c. Olendorff 's Spanish Grammar and Key. ' Express Riders and Retail Venders supplied at wholesale prices. JOSEPH GRANT, ml 9 Telia in a Block, corner Front and J sts. ---■ - ■ ■ ■ Reformed Practice of Medicine. DR. JUSTIN GATES, (Of the BotanicotMedico College, Cincinnati, Ohio,) HAS made a permanent location in Sacramento city, on X street, between 3d and 4th streets, where he will give his exclusive attention to tho Scientific Botanic System of Medical Practice. Dr. G. assures the public that, from his past experience in California, he has been able to treat with success the various forms of bilious disease...

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Saturday Morning, April 5, 1851. JOB PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

Saturday Morning, April 5, 1851. JOB PRINTING. We arc now prepared to accommodate the Public with every variety of Job- Printing, having an.excellent supply of Job Type and Fancy Borders. Having procured a fine assortment of Double Enn nulled Cards, we arc also prepared to print C.\nns in a" very superior .«tyle, and at the most reasonable prices. . Job \Vokk done in colors, when desired. Blanks of every' description printed on the shortest notice, and in the neatest style. **-Dr. S. T. Watts baa kindly consented to become our agent at Marysville. Our friends in that quarter will have prompt attention paid to their orders by leaving them at his office, corner of Front and D streets.

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Aw Issue of 'State Konds. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

A\w Issue of 'State Konds. Whilst we have noticed many things in respect to our Legislature that wo did not approve, yet we have avoided reprobation because of the inexperience ami peculiar circumstances under which our Representatives are acting. Forbearance we regard as one of those heavenly virtues which, like mercy, "is twice bless* d ;" blessing the one who evinces it, and the one for whom it is exercised. But forbearance has limits, and beyond those limits every injunction is removed, and the virtue reversed, becomes the severest element of reproach that can be reflected upon error or vice. When our representatives, upon whom are devolved our highest interests, exhibit a disposition to sacrifice those interests to promote their own ends, or to invite a ruinous ppeculation at the expense of the general constituency, then is it time for the voice of the press to denounce and reprobate. We are not disposed to enquire into the necessities of an Indian war and the entailment upon t...

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COUNTERFKITEHS BROKEN UP— [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

COUNTERFKITEHS BROKEN UP— Arrest of Burgess charged as the person who altered and passed the counterfeit bills on the Bank of Missouri, in California and other places. — All our citizens recollect (and some of them with pain.) the false notes on the Bank of Missouri which flooded our country last Summer. The Louisville Courier of the 13th February, gives a relation of the arrest of one of the scoundrels concerned in the counterfeiting. Two officers of the St. Louis police came to Louisville in pursuit of a man by the name of Moore, who was suspected of being the chief of the band of counterfeiters engaged in the circulation of the false notes in California. Moore had just returned from this country. The St. Louis officers accompanied by two of the Louisville police, proceeded to the house of a Mr. Fugate. in Shelby county, where Moore had been traced. This house wr.s notorious as the "rogues" retreat." Win n they arrived at it, Fugate and Moore had left a day or so previous for Virg...

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fi®"" U c clip the following from the Phil [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

fi®"" U c clip the following from the Phil- adelphia Saturday Gazette: '•There have been many conflicting reports concerning the identity of the man who killed the celebrated Texan Ranger, Capt. Walker. A gentleman who was in j Mexico at the time the bravo Walker lost his life, and who married a Mexican lady, and became extensively known in that coun- j try, informs tho Cincinnati Commercial that on a recent visit to Mexico, ho learned that Captain Walker was killed by a Captain Euallio. who was ot one time taken prisoner by Captain Walker, and knew him well, and singled him out as the most difficult foe to : contend with. Euallio was. fur this exploit, Eromoted to the office of Major, which rank c now holds in the Mexican army." A NOBLE MIND OVERTHROWN. ;; A J'OMlg gentleman who has heretofore entertained the most ambitious views, has just intimated to his mother, that so distressed is he by the proceedings of Cardinal Wiseman, that he has determined to retire into the country, and...

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For the Daily Union. '.. ,'.The"Rambler. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

For the Daily Union. '.. , '.The "Rambler. RECOLLECTION OF HOME— NO. 2. Once more in imagination, I am at the home of my childhood, the hearthstone of my father; once more the hands of parental fondness are laid upon my head, to bless the idol of their old age. I traverse the chosen walks of former days, and my mind muses sadly on the mutability of all things earth ly. How painful, how withering the thought, that— "All things fair must fade, The brightest oft the fleetest." Oh, Time ! Thou insatiable monster, when wilt thou cease thine everlasting defacinga of the beautiful, the lovely of creation ? He heeds not our cries, but sweeps onward in his course of destruction, and the theme he harps on, is change. Be thou changed ! he shouts, as he laya his grasp of steel on the mountain peak, and powders it to dust : I Change ! he thunders, as he twists the hale oak, the child of a thousand years up by the roots, and lays him beside the humble shrub for decay and the worm : Change ! as he...

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Auction s;ll<—Till* Day". [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

Auction s ;l l&amp;lt; — Till* Day". Clark &amp;amp; Milne, sell at their sales room, at 10 ocl«ck. a large assortment of groceries, consisting of clear pork, hams, corn and corn meal, dried apples, flour, syrup, potatos, &amp;amp;c. C. C. Flagg &amp;amp; Co. continue their sale of the large stock of Messrs. Saville &amp;amp; Goodall, at their store on J street, near Third. The stock consists of a general assortment of groceries, liquors, &amp;amp;c.

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IVliig Meetings Last Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

IVliig Meetings Last Evening. «3- At a meeting of the Whigs of the First Ward j of Sacramento City, held at the gutter Hotel, on j Friday evening, April 4, 1851, at 7J o'clock, on motion, Horace Smith, Esq., was called to the chair and W. P. I'rcttyinrm appointed Secretary. The chairman briefly stated the object of the meeting to be to select five delegates to meet in convention on the 21?t inst., to nominate candidates to fill the various Municipal offices at the ensuing May election. He also inquired of the meeting the method they would adopt in the election of said delegate*. Whereupon it was resolved, that the said Ward Delegates be elected by ballot. The chair appointed as tellers for said meeting Messrs. Geo. W. Keoßenty, David Hamilton, and S. Colville ; and the vote being counted, it was anj councetl that Messrs. D. Maddox, W. F. Pretty|man, Volney Spnlding, S. 11. Meeker and Thos. Ilassom were duly elected delegates to said Convention- HORACE SMITH, Chairman. Wm. F. Pretty ...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Through Freeman &amp;amp; Co.'s Express. Through Freeman &amp;amp; Co.'s Express. The steamer New World arrived at her landing, this morning, at 1 o'clock. The Alta says the bankers in that city have refused to receive on deposit either ingots of gold or any other California coin than Moffat's. The Stockton Times of the 2d inst. says that a difficulty took place on Saturday evening previous, between Judge Jones and one of the proprietors of the Louisiana Ball Room. Two shots were fired, but without injury to either party. The same paper publishes an extract from a letter dated "In Camp on the Chowchilla, March 25, 1851," stating that treaties had been made with eight different tribes, and . that they expected to start in a few days for the Fresno to treat with the most hostile tribe in California, who have committed nearly all the murders, and stolen mules enough to pay the entire expenses of the expedition — the Chowchilla Indians. The Indians have b...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

Jtel?* ;Boz'' never put such ungallant words in the mouth of any other of his characters as those which ensue, uttered by the "older Woller" to his most hopeful son : 11 Yen you are a married man, Samivol. you'll understand many things as you don't understand now : but vether it's worth while goin' through, so much to learn so little, as the charity boy said yen he got to the end of tin 1 alphabet, is a matter o" taste. I rayther thiuk it isn't." Ximrod. can you tell me who was the first man? -Adam somebody. His father was'nt nobody, and he never had no mother, on account of the scarcity of women, and the pressure of the times!"' It ii sail that John Randolph wished all the books in the world destroyed but three —the Bible, Shakspeare and Blackstone. E£} a Every man's actions most form a certain influence upon others : and every deed, however trivial, baa Borne weight in determining the future destiny of the world. Awake, oh! Sluggard. —Amongst the thousands of carious ideas maturin...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851

MARINE NEWS. POUT OK SAX FRANCISCO. Aril veil 1 April 3d — Steamer Ohio, Haley, 4 days from San Diego; to Bullet* &amp;amp; Patrick. .-hip X C Winthrop, Young, 146 days fin Boston; cargo assorted indz, to Tony &amp;amp; Blanciiard; 23 passengers. Ship Ilindost.in, dishing, 164 ds fin New York; to Tony &amp;amp; Olanchaid: cargo mdx. Ship Silas Richards, Welsh, 172 ds fm Baltimore; cargo assorted radz; to master. trench ship Emanuel, Hero, 139 ds fm Havre; to J J Chauvitcau &amp;amp; co; 42 pa«engers. April 4th. — Steamer Constitution, Bis-ell, fin San Diego; ship Tuskina, H«yt, 150 ds fm N V: Ti •■■- cott, Payne, 31 ds fin Panama; british ship George Cray, McDonald, lt»0 ds fm Grcnock; Bremen brig Reform, Hcrdendoff, lt»0 da fm Bremen; British brig Prince, Richards, 180 ds fm Liverpool; ship Hi.idost.in, Gushing, 162 ds fm N V: ship Florida; Nickereon, 170 de lm N V; French ship Bolivia, DcJeanc^, 170 ds I'm Bordeaux; French ship Moses, Pechult, 157 ds fin Havre; shi...

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