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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
MARINE NEWS. (Single _____________ ) Port of San Francisco. (Single _____________ ) ARRIVED, May 21st -- Br bark Cacique, Maefarland, 105 ds fm Hobart Town; Hawaiian brig Pacifico.Bogue, 21 ds fm Honolulu: schr Astoria, Parkhurst. 158 ds fm Gloucester; Br brig Adventnre, Webster, 71 ds fm Hong Kong. 22d -- Bark John R. Gardner, Paderson, 62 days from Panama, 71 passengers; British brig Eliza, Chard, 86 ds from Hobart Town. MEMORANDA. At Bermuda, March 28th, brig Oak Leaf, Thomas, fm New York, for Sacramento City -- in distress.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
CLARK &amp; MILNE, Front street, near M. tfAVE for sale, 400 sacks barley, ■*■ - 1 - 600 qr. sacks flour, 400 half do. flour, 300 whole do. flour. rn2s 2t FIJNH. KIVEK- JtSUAT F(J±t SALE. A FINE SLOOP BOAT, SAILS, "^^ Sfc, complete, about 12 tons, and will carry well and sail. Purchasers in want of a prime boat can buy the same at a reasonable price, at WARREN $ COS, Tehama Block, corner of J and Front streets. m 25 3tt FOR THE STATES. ff^HE subscriber will leave this city "*■ on the 28th instant, for New York, and return with the steamer of the 20th July. Any business committed to him to be transacted in New York or Philadelphia, will be promptly and faithfully attended to. my2s 2t A. J. ZABRISKIE. NOTICE. nnHE public are hereby informed, that the lots to be drawn for by lottery, are in the part of Nicholaus laid out by Capt J. A. Sutter, of which the subscribers have entire control. m 25 3t HARRIS, THRIFT ft CO. T)ISSOLUTION OF COPART- •** NERSHIP— The copartnership hereto...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
BOARDS, SCANTLING &amp;c. 130,000 FEET best Bangor boards, dressed on both sides; 28,000 feet scantling; . 40 000 best Eastern shingles. Also, Provisions, . &amp;c— cargo of brig Geo. Shattuck, now landing and for sale in lots to suit, by BURNELL, STOUT &amp; CO., Front street, near M. CHAIRS — Office and parlor chairs for sale by BURNELL, STOUT &amp; CO., Front st. MOSS— 5000 pounds for matresses; also, matress and pillow ticks by the case, for sale by BURNELL, STOUT &amp; CO., Front street. BOOTS— 12 cases large sizes thick boots, for sale by BURNELL, STOUT &amp; CO., Front street. DOORS AND SASH— paneled doors; 5000 lights sash, various sizes; 3000 sash frames, landing- from schr. Friendship for sale by BURNELL, STOUT &amp; CO.. Front street. TINWARE, HOLLOW- WARE AND STOVES— A large assortment in store and for sale by. BURNELL, STOUT &amp; CO., Front street. CANTON MATTING AND GINGER— 4O rolls wide and narrow, best ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
AMUSEMENTS. Tehama Theatre. THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, Will be represented, for the second time, by request, the play of THE IRON CHEST. After which a Song by Mr. Fairchild. To conclude with the laughable farce of THE TWO GREGORIES. Gregory, ... Mr Hambleton Mrs Gregory, - - Mrs Kirby Fanehette, - - - Mrs Hambleton. Rowe's Oympic Circus, At the New Pacific Theatre, on M street. THIS EVENING, May 25, 1850, The performance will commence with Double Tight Rope Dancing by M. and Madame Lebraro, who will appear on two ropes. Grand Medley Dance, by Fanny jllanten. M. Rossi, for the Ist time, will sing the teaor air in the opera of "La Gemma di Vergi," in full costume. Fanny illanten and M. Celeco, will appear in the new dance of "La Styrien." M. Rossi will give a few specimens of Ventriloquism. Comic Song by the Clown. To conclude with a Grand Egyptian Dance, by Fanny ilfanten and M. Celeco. Price of Admission — Dress circle and parquette, $3; second tier, $2. Doors open at half past seven,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
AUCTION SALES. BY BURNELL, STOUT &amp; CO On TUESDAY, May 28th, at 10 o'clock, at stores on Front st. near M, Burnell, Stout # Co. will sell a very large and desirable assortment of Merchandise, Provisions, Liquors, &amp;c, iyc. For particulars, see catalogues on Monday. my2s It VALUABLE REAL ESTATE on J street, at Auction, by CROWELL, DUDLEY $ McDOWELL. Tlf E shall sell on the premises, next Monday, at 1 1 o'clock, May 25th, four valuable lots, 20 by 80, fronting on J street, next to the corner of Sixth street. Also, three desirable lots, 20 by 80, on Sixth street, near the corner of J street. A better chance for an investment, has not offered itself of late. Property in the vicinity, is daily increasing in value, being on the principal thoroughfare to and from the city. Also, at our office, the same day, at half past ten o'clock, we will offer two hundred and fifty central lots, 20 by 80, situated in the flourishing town of Bute. Many of them are Levee lots, and ve...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr &amp; Co. OiV MONDA V, May 27th, at 10 o'clock a. m. We \v ill offer on Monday next, the following assortment of Groceries and other articles : 5000 lbs smoked bacon (good article) 7000 do Irish potatoes do do 9000 do sweet do do do 20,000 do fresh Chili flour 5000 do Mexican flour 2-2,000 do barley (good) 3000 do most excellent butter 11.000 do bacon hams 1000 do sperm candles 2000 do adamantine do 4000 do salacratus 800 do Brazilian nuts 3000 do pilot bread 7000 do tin sheeting 1000 do yellow soap SOO do lard (good article) 15,000 segars (different qualities 10,000 feet Eastern lumber 7000 clapboards 9000 choice bricks 100 dozen claret wine 70 do cognac wine 50 do porter 40 do cider 50 bbls prime and mess pork 4000 lbs dried apples 300 gallons sperm oil 500 do American brandy 6000 do port wine, in kegs 3000 lbs rice. (£?=* Terms cash. m 25 It J. B. STARR &amp; CO., Auc'rs. AT AUCTION. On Monday, May 27th, 1850, in front of store, by J....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
BUSINESS CARDS, &amp;c. R. A. PEARIS. A. W. BROCKWAY. PEARIS &amp; BROCKWAY, Grocers and dealers in all kinds of provisions and miners' supplies, No. 123 J street, between Fourth and Fifth. At their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also be found a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines and Paints. Particular attention paid to physician's prescriptions. J0!l choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Enquire as above. a 27 3m PIIETTYMAN, BARROLL &amp; Co. AUCTION f COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL DEALERS, X street, near Second, Sacramento City, Keep constantly on hand a large stock of goods suitable for Miners. Real Estate, Lumber, &amp;c, sold at Auction. Auction sales. Mondays and Fridays. al6-3m* G. B. Stevens &amp; Co., Wholesale Auction &lt;$■ Commission Merchants Corner J and Front sts., Sacramento City. Sales every day at 9 o'clock. ap3o-3m Henarie &amp; Co., riOMMISSION MERCHANTS, Front street, between H and I, -Sacramento City. Refers to...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. VALUABLE PROPERTY To Lease for a term of one or two years. THE two story building adjoining the City Market, on J street, between Front and-Second streets. Also, two Lots, each 20 by 150 feet, on Front, between J and K streets. Apply to R. J. WATSON &amp; CO, Corner 5th and J sts. Town Lots For Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale 250 Town Lots, situate upon I, J, X, L, M and N streets, and in the American Fork Addition to Sacramento city. Also, several Houses and Lots for sale or rent upon favorable terms. Office on 2d St., between I and J. [m43m] H. BIGELOW. FOR sale, THE SUTTER HOTEL AND FURNITURE, DECIDEDLY the most valuable property in the city. The above hotel is delightfully situated on the Levee, overlooking the Sacramento river, between K and L streets, and directly opposite to the steamboat landings. It is furnished through out, and doing the most flourishing business of any establishment of the kind, in this country. The present proprietors b...
[For the Sacramento Transcript.] [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
[For the Sacramento Transcript.] SPRING.— By Glycus ll There's a charm in Spring ichen everything Is bursting from the ground." — DiCKtNS. There's beauty now upon ihe eanh ; — A vivid charm bestowing O"er every landscape"? broad expanse, And every prospect glowing : Tired Nature from her prisoned limbs The frost-bound fetter shaking, Starts forth amain to lusty life, As from a trance awaking. There's music in the balmy breeze; — Such pleasant sounds are coming From many a song bird's gushing throat, And many an insect's humming: The rippling streamlet murmurs by : The blithe cascades are singing ; Amid the forest's wooded depths The woodman's axe is ringing. How cheerily the lark's blithe note Morn's rosy blush is wooing; How tenderly the turtle dove Unto its rr ate is cooing : The swallow twitters through the sky; The distant herd are lowing; And. percli'd upon the barn-yard fence Pert chanticleer is crowing. Baud zephyrs fan ;he wanderer's cheeks Who views, at parly rron intr. The...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
FOR SALE— -The well known store at the enrner of J and Third streets, formerly occupied by R. Gelston &amp;. Co., to gether with the Lot on which it stands. The store measures 20x75 and the lot 20x80 — This is the best business etnnd in the f ity, without any exception. Apply to R. GELS TON, on the premises. apB tf FOR SALE— 300 Lots in Sacramento City; one share in Eliza, and one share in But*- City. Enquire ot J. W STOUT, at Burnfll.MoutsfVF, m 9 tf Front street, near M. FOR SALE— Town Lots. To Rent— Houses and Land J. CLOUGH corner J and Third sts., up btairs, No. 6. apBtf UTotice. TV"OTICE is hereby given that the "*"^ Rnrkv Bar Mining Company will mccl at the Big- Bar on the Middle Fork of the American River, on the fim Monday in June, for th« purpose of resuming operations. The members of the Company are requested to be present. By order of the Company : »plB.&lt;w7t* JAS. DELEVAN, Secy.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
I ,n €ity of Yateston: %!J nPHE undersigned wonld inform the ' ""''"public th. t. tl.iy have, laid out a "city, o .he lLov«: .namcr«uGh c. well kix.wn km 1, '&lt;i iaj t. Yauf!,'u : milts Leh.w the" hrs,t an«: richest mii.es en Feather river, and twentytwo iiiiits ab^ve ;^.tba.'l ity, I ' the shares oi .\hithaic now offeied li.r sale. i: V 7 'I l.c ground upon wl.ieii this city is la d out, has never', bun ovci flown by' the Irgh vvatcis, Icing, during the flood ol lafct whiter, several iict atovc high water mark, end is covered wiih the most brauiiiul g.owth oi large evergreen oaks, and presents to those wishing to make a home, a beautiful and healthy location. For trading and business purposes, Yateslon City offers indueen.ents t-uperior to any other city in ;.Noitli California — on the weft bank, immediately below Doga rapids, and the point where the gre«.t road leading to Oregon and Trinity mines leaves Feather liver, marks it as the head o i steam navigation lor all fca...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
ggaufr HAWLEY &amp; CCS. EXJ|g%pL PRESS from the Mines to the At- .■;" lan tic iSlatep, Canadas, and Europe I'heonly firm outhcristd by Adams fit Co. in S;.i ramento City .lor .the transmission ot | i atkagrs, i gold dust .•■ and coin to i and irom 1 1 lie « bove plact by their •Express. Bills ol j Exchange si. ld on the above firm lor the Stalls. Adams &amp; Co. scud messengers with [every shipnu nt, thus insuring sa ety to consignees. Gold dust and coin sent to London, via Panama, :.ud insured against all risks till delivered at the Bank of England, and the value remitted to any part of Great Britain or the continent. 11. &amp; Co. collect notes, bills, forward Utters, 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. &amp; Co. refer to the following certificate for their authori...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
SAN FRANCISCO. HENRY M. NAGLEE, 280 Montgomery street, San Francisco. Would resoectfully offer to Merchants and others/ DRAFTS on Boston, at the Office of J. W. Clark &amp; Co. Providence, " John L. Noyes. Hartford, " Hartford Bank. New Haven, " City Bank. Albany, " Washburn &amp; Co. . New York, " E. W. Clark, Dodge &amp; co. Trenton, " Mechanics &amp; Man'rs Bk. Philadelphia, " E. W. Clark &amp; co. Pittsburg, " Samuel Jones &amp; 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, " Hutchings &amp; co. Lexington, . " , David A. Sayre. ; Nashville,., « Col. It. H. MKwen. Memphis, »&lt; J. B. Kirkland. Detroit, ■ Butler &amp; Bailey. St. Louis, " K. W. Clark &amp; Brothers. Springfield, 111. « N. H. Ridgely. ' Galena, " Cromwell Chace. C...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 May 1850
SAN FRANCISCO. Haven &amp; Livingston, SAN FRANCISCO, in connection with LIVINGTON, WELL &amp; CO., New York, will receive, forward and insure , Gold Dust to the United States, Europe, &amp;c. Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on New York, Boston and Philadelphia. Packages and parcels taken until the lalest hour. - Consigners' letters taken free. HAVEN &amp; LIVINGSTONE, Montgomery street, one door south of Sacramento street, San Francisco. ap1-3m ADAMS &amp; COS EXPRESS, for New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D. C, and all principal towns in the United States.. Gold dust bought; also forwarded and insured to any of the above places, and bills of exchange given in any sums to suit purchasers. Our drafts in favor of parties residing in New Bedford and the vicinity, are paid at, the Merchants' Bank, New Bedford. Gold dust and articles of value received on : deposit lor safe keeping. Office Montgomery street, between Sacra- - ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 28 May 1850
National Pacific Railroad Convention. — It will be recollected that at the Pacific Railroad Convention held at St. Louis last fall, it was agreed to hold another Convention on the 1st instant at Philadelphia. On that day, accordingly, the delegates assembled in that city and the Convention continued in session until the 3d, on which day it adjourned. Owing to the failure of the mail on Wednesday and yesterday, we are without a full report of the proceedings. The Louisville Journal received yestprday has a telegraphic report of what occurred; on the last day, by which we learn that a long letter from Col. Fremont was read, in which he expresses his belief in the practicability of the work, "and that every national consideration! requires it to be done at once, and as a national work, by the U. States." The following resolutions, (among others) were unanimously adopted. — [True Delta. Resolved, That in the opinion of this convention, a railroad communication, connecting the navigable ...