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CONSIGNEES. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
CONSIGNEES. Per steamship Oregon — E Knight; Cordes, Stevens &amp; co; Havens &amp; co; Saroni &amp; Archer; A Ottenhcimer; Meyer, Hebbring &amp; co; B C Saunders; S T Meyer &amp; co; Dodge &amp; co; D J Tallant &amp; co; Querar &amp; Johnson; B Davidson; S Ward; Adams &amp;co: Pay, Peirce &amp; Willis; Ziba Holt; J A Brnaer, Jno Hahn &amp; co; Harris &amp;. Berlina; A Ri&lt; h &amp; Bros; C Lewek; .S ii Lichenstein, J Carrol, S H Jacobs; K.ls.y, Smith &amp; Kiflcy; J W Gregory &amp; co; Xusbaum &amp; Bros; Elfclt&amp;co.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
The Population of Virginia. — The census returns shows an iucrease of population of 189.035 since the census of 1840. The white population has increased 158,463 ; the slave population 26.984 ; and the free colored population 3,894. By the census of 1840, the population was 1,239,797 — the whole number of whites in the State 740.068 — slaves 443.988— free negroes 49,841. By the present census the white population is 899, 431; slaves 475.972 : free negroes 53.735; making a total of white, free colored and ?lave population of 1,428.803 in the whole State. "Pete.'. "Mann. 51 "Where's your father?" "Don't kno\v, marm. 'Spect he's gone up inter the huckleberry paster arter the sheep; coz I seed the widder Higgins going that way about fifteen minutes ago, with her basket.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
GENERAL NOTICES. jB3-Prot€-rtio»i Engine Co., No. — The members of this Company arc requested to meet this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the store of Messrs. Folger &amp; Clift, 222 J street, for the purpose of trying their j Engine. The members of Hook and Ladder Co., i No. 1, are respectfully invited to attend. WILLIAM ARENTS, Foreman. Henry J. Birdick, Secretary. It i afFlrc Company, No. 3. — The members of : Fire Engine Company No. 3, are requested to hold themselves in readiness to receive their Engine on Saturday morning, from on board steamer New World. 11. ARENTS, Chief. HENRY M. BEARNS, )« '■ : GEORGE WELCH, $^° m " fljarThe Democratic County Convention will meet at the Court House, on Saturday, at 2 o'clock p. m. £3)- "Whig Central Committee— This committee will meet on Saturday evening, April oth, at i the office of Kewcn&amp; Morrison, at 8 o'clock. E. J. C. KEWEN, Chairman. A. C. Monson, Vice Chairman. J. A. Cogswell. ) c , ■ James QtEEN, ':$*«««*». ap4 2t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. ~~ ' STRAY STOCK. \ — — rriHE ■ undersigned : hereby give notice that they JL have on their ltancho, three and a half miles above Washington, on the west side of ■ the Sacramento River, some Stray Stock, consisting of 1 sorrel horse, branded Don left hip; " " '.' 2 bay mares, no marks or brands perceived; iJ 3 cows l red, 1 brindle, one red line back; ;i uu\. 1 yoke black steers, branded II C on left horn; , j 1 •do : red do, .no brand; 1 spotted steer, 1 brindle do, 1 black and white do, 1 red do, 1 muly line back — not branded. ■ ! ' 1 brown mare mule, branded S on shoulder... .:■:■:: . The owners of the stock are requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and remove their animals; "otherwise. they will be sold on the 15th day of April. 1851. to pay expenses and charges. V : A. &amp; C. CHISHOLM. Washington, April 4th, 1351. _ apslot r ' AVID COPPER FIELD COMPLETE— Graham's, Godey's and Lady's National Magazines for April, International and Harp...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
AUCTION SALES, ; BY CLARK &amp; MILNeT^ :- D. B. MILNE, AUCTIONEER. CLARK &amp; MILNE will sell at their sales-room, on Frort street, THIS DAY, (Saturday,) sth inst: C ear pork in half bbls '. Sitgar cured hams •F.imily cured shoulders : ; Sweet corn meal, in bbls . Do do in half bbls Dried apples, in half bbls ' China table rice Chili beans Chili barley American corn Dairy cheese Chili flour Muscatel raisins Sandwich Island syrup Do.; . do ; potatoes, &amp;c, &amp;C. j&amp;s*Sale at 10 o'clock. • aps It RAISINS— 100 in whole, half and quarter boxes, for sale by CAVERT, HILL &amp; CO., ■-: m 25 Front street. BUTTER IN BRINE-5000 lbs best G when, ft desirable packages, for sale by m 25 i__ CAVERT, HILL &amp; CO. HOLLOW WAKE— ovens, spiders and skillets, for sale by _ m 25 : CAVERT, HILL &amp;. CO., Front st. HCI'SE FURNISHING GOODS— Of every description, for sale by m 25, :.-.■ CAVERT, HILL &amp; CO. BATH BRICK...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
AUCTION SALES. BY C. C . FL, AG G &amp; O. ■PEREMPTORY SALE. A CHANCE FOR BARGAINS ! ! C. C. FLAGG will sell on THIS DAY, April 4, the large and well assorted stock of Messrs. Saville &amp; Goodall, at their store, on J street, near Third. The stock consists in part as follows : .r . • : 110 bbls Fall River clear pork 20 bbls mess pork 20 oases Rasjier vinegar 12 do lime juice 10 kegs do do 12 dozen brandy cherries 10 kegs assorted French cordials 100 gallons sup cherry brandy 12 demijohns old port 10 kegs' do 10 bags Java coffee 6 cases wine bitters 10 do Stoughton do 10 do lemon syrup 10 do old Hock wine 100 boxes sardines 6 chests green tea 4 do black do • 10 bbls dried apples 100 gallons sperm oil 5 10 gallon kegs golden syrup 10 do .do molasses do . r &gt;o bags table salt 10 qr casks c. brandy 10 casks rum 5 bbls hams 50 dozen brooms 10 cases French cordials 3000 lbs American grindstones 50 sets rollers, shafts and cranks 500 lbs rope , .10 bbls vinegar...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. SAMUEL J. Henley. ROBERT D. MERRILL. , • Hcnsley &amp; Merrill, BANKERS AND EXCHANGE BROKERS. No. 47 Second street, between J and K. Sacramento City. ' Gold Dust bought, sold and received on deposit. - Exchange on the United States and Europe. Drafts on San Francisco. "•. |j Collections of Notes, Bills, &amp;c., made on reasonable terms. .^ ■ ml 9 J. B. HAGGI&gt;\ ■. S. LATHAM. A. C. XONSON. Ilnggin, l.nllinia &amp; Mouson, Attorneys ami Counsellors at Late, OFFICE in Peck's Building, corner of Second and X streets. . m! 9 ' W. P. DAINOERFIELR. . W. S. LONG. Dnliigrrficlcl tt Long," ; ","■*' A TTORNEYS and Counsellors at Law. Office ii corner J and 4th streets. ; X ml 9 11. .1. BURDICK. . B. LAWRENCE, JR. Bartllck «.V Lawrrncr, WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, &amp;c, J street, between and Sill. ml 9 J. C. BEIDEAIANJ LOUIS SLOSS. Bcltlrmati &amp; Sloss, AUCTION and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, _T...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
STATE LAWS. ABlllft r *»» Act to Incorporate tlic City of Sacramento. 77it- People of the State of California, represented in Senate und AttrmPy, do enact as follows: Sec. 1. All that tract of land lying within the limits and boundaries hereinafter mentioned, that is to say : Beginning at the junction of the American Fork with the Sac- j ramento river to V street, as designated on the map or plan of Sacramento city on file in the Recorded office iv wild city; thence ' along said V street, east, to the point where the said V street intersects Thirty-first street, as designated on said map: thence along the said Thirty-first street until the same intersects the American Fork; thence along the American Fork to the beginning; the said boundaries extending to the middle of i-aid Sacramento river and American Fork, shall be known by tin; name of '-The City of Sacramento." Sec. 2. Tho present city government shall continue in office until the election and qualification of the office to lie...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 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 be served on the Mayor, and in his abI Bcnce, on the Mayor pro tern. Sec. 9. In no case shall the corporation ; be garnisheed for any debts due, or to be- 1 come due. by said corporation, on contracts [ ' for city improvements, except for debts in- I curred for said improvements. And all ; tools and other property, while being used j upon any public improvement in the city. 1 I shall bo exempt from execution and attach- | ment, except tor materials furnished, or for work done in such improvement. fee. 10. All appropriations shall be by ; ordinance.-, and all contracts and conveyances may be made in such manner as di- ! rected by the Council, subject to the approval of the Mayor: or in case of his disapproval, by a two-third vot...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
STATE LAWS. in each year, and they shall hold office for the term of one year, or until their successors are qualified. Sec. 22. It shall be 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 case any of said judges fail to attend, the electors present may appoint others in their stead. The judges in the respective wards shall cause two lists of the names of the voters to be 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 box. Sec. 23. Should the Major wilfully fail or refuse to discharge any of the duties imposed upon him by the provisions of this act, or wilfully and knowingly exercise any power ! a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
STATE LAWS. order of the city, and in enforcing the bylaws and ordinances of the Common Council. Sec. 34. It shall be the duty of the City Marshal, in addition to the duties prescribed to him by the Common Council, to execute and return all process issued by the Recorder, or directed to him by any legal authority, and to attend upon the Recorder's Court regularly ; he may. upon the approval of the Mayor, appoint deputies, to be paid by the city, who shall possess the same power and authority as the Marshal ; he shall arrest all persons guilty of a breach of the peace and violation of city ordinances, and bring them before the Recorder for trial ; he may also perform all the duties of Collector of taxes, under the direction of the Common Council, and shall receive for the collection of such taxes, two and a half per cent, on the amount collected and paid over. Sec. 35. It shall be the duty of the City Attorney to attend to all suits, matters, and things that the city may be intereste...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
STATE LAWS. redeemed by him, the date on which he redeemed the same, from whom recieved, and also keep a record of the same, giving the number of the bond or warrant, the date of the same, time when redeemed, and the amount. Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the Governor and Comptroller to attend at least once in each month at the treasurer's office, examine all bonds and warrants received by the treasurer as aforesaid, and cause the same to be registered and cancelled in such manner as to prevent them from being reissued or put in circulation. Sec. 7. From and after the first day of August next, all the revenues of the State, of every nature and description, shall be collected in gold and silver; Provided, however, that in payment of the ordinajy tax for State purposes, the bonds issued under the aforesaid act, entitled an act creating a temporary State loan, shall be received as heretofore. Sec. 8. From and after the first day of August next, the moneys received into the State Treas...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 5 April 1851
1 PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED FOR THE "DAILY UNION," BT . J. B. STARR &amp; CO., Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, BRICK BUILDING, ON THE LEVEE. " Bread— American Pilot ..:....'.'.• 1 1 a ! '* American Navy 8 a 9 Crackers— Bent's Water. . • 15 a 18 ' Bent's Sugar 20 a 22 " Butter :.... — a •" — -'■'■ .. ■".■: Fancy 25 a . 27 , Boots and Brogans— Calf 0, m„ - m large size, per doz. .....$ 32 00 a3B 00 . Heavy pegged, large size. . 22 00 a 28 00 _ Long grained " ". . 35 00 a4OOO ' Brogans, stout " M. . IS 00 a 24 00 Anthracite, per ton 10 00 a 14 00 Smith's, per t0n.'......... 30 00 a 40 W) l ' I -2" : Sidney, per ton .;........ 14 00 0 16 00 Clothing — Heavy, coarse, largo : . sizes, sells for a fair advance : on invoice price. : - Coffee — Green Rio, p«r lb 15Jo 16J Sandwich Island, per lb. . . 13 a 14 Roast and Ground do 18 a 19 Candle*— Sperm, per 1b.:.. 47 a 50 ' Adamantine, do 37 a. 40 Mould, do.. 11 a 12i Cordage — Manilla, large, per lb. . 20 a 22 ; . Manilla rope, s...
"THE DAILY UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 April 1851
"THE DAILY UNION." K)HN F. MCiTSE, EDITOR.* We publish this Morning the above-named paper, at the reduced price of Five Cents per copy. In adding another Journal to the list of those already published, we believe we are but responding to the imperative wants of the community ; and we know that in assuming the responsible position contemplated in such an enterprise, we are actuated by nothing but honorable determinations to establish a medium of intelligence which shall afford uneqnall«d facilities for advertising, and through which we can always speak with the assurance* of justice, equity and decorum. It will be our aim to publish the first new? in the best rtyle and at the lowest prices. And that we can do this, we feel confident, from the practical ability of those constituting the itblishinb department] together with their known energy, and long experience in all the detail of a newspaper publication. We have already made preparation for receiving early and important news from S...
GENERAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 April 1851
GENERAL NOTICE. Ucll^ioiiii orvl *«• .■». — Congregational 'h •rcii, o't't street, between I and J — Rev. J. A Den ton, Pastor. I'ivi.ie service every Sabbath at lOi o'clock a M. and 3 o'clock r. M. Mbt'iiopist Episcopal Chkrch, Mouth, 7th st., lietween L and M— Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Dikiue sen-ice every Sabbath at l"i o'clock a. m., and A o'clock p. m. Methidist Episcopal CnrBCB Sooth, 7th st., between .1 and X— Key. Mr. Penniman, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 10J o'clock a. M. Baptist Cnn: (- ii. N. E. corner of 7th and L st* — Rev. James W. Capen, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at 1 'i o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. U. L' '-.i\n Catholic Church, corner of 7th a i&lt;l X rtg— Rev. Johu Ingoldsby. Pastor. Divine worship un every Sabbath and llolliday, at 10^ o'clock a. .m.. md I, p. si.; on other days at 7 o'clock a. M. M.-.«onlr T.otV;«-s — TniIAMA 2:**»:je, No. 3, in ft:- on the Ist and 3d Mondays of each month, at »l o'clock p. -i , in the Masonic Hall...
Brunch Mint In California. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 7 April 1851
Brunch Mint In California. Annexed is the bill to establish a branch of the Mint of the United States in California, which was read a first and second time by its title, by unanimous consent, and referred to the Committee on Finance. The 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 House 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 b^ 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 officers shall be appointed, so soon as the public 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 treasurer...