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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 May 1850

MISCELLANEOUS.

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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FEELING—By Glyccs. For the Transcript. FEELING—By Glyccs. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 May 1850

FEELING— By Glyccs. For the Transcript. FEELING— By Glyccs. Thought is deeper than all speech; :■ Feeling deeper than all thought; ■ Soul to soul ran never teach,What unto itself is taught.''— The Dial. O! could we the bosoms strange secrets unfold, And freely say air that we feel ; ■ • - What a throng of emotions that may not be told. . Would our tremulous accents reveal ; .But feelings lie hid in the heart's secret caves, Too secret, too' deep,- to disclose ; . I/ike^gems- that unseen 'neath the fathomless t waves, In quiet and beauty repose. -f^i Some trace of what passes within may appear. By the treacherous features confest; A drop will gushlip to the eye in a tear, From fountains that weep in the breast ; And from the heart's sunshine a ray often mounts. f To break on the lips in a smile ; But the warm of that sunshine, the depth of those / : founts, '< Are searchless as springs of the Nile. The glittering cavern though gorgeous and vast. • (Its mouth by wild thicke...

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 May 1850

' BEIJ. F. WASHINGTON, NOTARY bUBUC. HAVING received his appointment from Gov. Burnett, under the act of the ; Assembly, creating and defining the dutit of Notaries Public, will give prompt attention In all- business committed to his charge ; fu< h as protesting notes, ; taking acknowledge - ments of eds, Ac, &c. ' OFFICE — Upstairs, in th« new bai'dtng of F6rsbee, ; Booth & Co, on J : street, Letween Third and Fourth. . "i :! Sacramento City, May 11. 1850. -, [if. "I^OEVSALE —10 • frame, houses, ail "*■ in complete order; also, one sheet iron bouse; an invoice of single and double harness; 6 setts cart harness,! mule collars, bridles, c. ; A large assortment of grocer ies and provisions, suitable for the mine s; mining implements, of every > description; tacks, ,oi different sizes; four yoke of oxen « nd wagen, fettle l&C- : ' WOOD & KENYGKi?, ' '■ ap3o 3m* X it, between 4th and sth. j

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 May 1850

City of Yaieslon. TPHE undersigned would inform the A public that they have laid out a city, o! lie above name, at the. well known' ranch if": Capt. Yatcs, ten miles below the first am; richest mines on Feather river, and 1 twentywo miles above" Vuba City, the shares vi vhich are now offered for sale. V ; : The ground upon which this city is laid >ut, has never been 'Overflown by the high .vatcip, being, during the flood of last winter, eve ral feet above high water i nark',' and is covered with the most beautiful g.owtho! large 1 evergreen oaks, and i presents. to those wishing to make a : home, a beautiful and wealthy location. For trading and business purposes, Yates:on City, offers inducements superior to any sthcr city in North — situated on he west hank, immediately below Boga rapids, and the point where the greet road eadirig to Oregon and Trinity mines leaves Feather river, marks it as the head 6 f steam navigation for all seasons of the'yeer, and he point for tra...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 May 1850

-^j*~'P For Panama. r. * . • -i^ j£ *■*: ■■ c .The lAPacific1 A Pacific Mail ! <^U^^^T\^ \ - >i '- v *v Steamship company's <f3H|B^Ks«\ " Steamer OREGOX, jJi HS $W2£>^ LW^-Liedt. v C.'* P.^Patter-: -o\% \XF iS\/iXS^ I voTV-'sbu /commander, will ~ '{pj^Ma ?M\\\^> leave _ for. ' Pana ma, ■^.mmviu » ■'- ■m»Mi..gs- =ra -, making . the. usual •^^asßsU^^i^sS'^^ stoppages, on Satur'lay. June 1, 1850,-at 4 p. m. '-'Passengers are requested to be on board at noon of that day. f ?y w-v , -.Treasure , for n shipment . received at the Company's "office, foot of Sacramento street, on Thursday, the SOth.'and until noon of Friday, the list. The Oregon will connect with the steamer Cherokee, to leave Cliagres on arrival of the passengers and ' treasure. Through * tickets and through bills of fading granted by " ALFRED ROBINSON. m 23 st-. Foot of .Sacramento St., .SanPranc's™. O^f^ GREGORY'S E\Jfiih&&. s^^jg^lgjLThis Expr...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 May 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. HENRY M. NAGLEE, 280 Montgomery street San Francisco. 5 * Would respectfully offer to Merchants and others, DRAFTS on Boston, at the Office of 1. W. Clark &' Co. Providence, " John L. Noyes. Hartford, " Hartford Bank. NeW Haven, " City Bank. Albany, ,'(' " Washburn & Co. iVeu> . York, . . « E. W. Clark, Dod^e & co. Trenton, . " .. Mechanics' & Manrs Bk. Philadelphia, " E. W. Clark & co. Pittsburg, " Samuel Jones & co. Harrisburg " J .W. Wier cashier. Lancaster, " C. Bachman, Heading, ,-.-- ; « ; Farmer's Bank. Pottsville, ', ■ " ," ..;. Charles Loeser, cashier. Cincinnati, « ' A. J. "Wheeler. Columbus, ■ ■ « Clinton Bank. Cleveland, :\ :: ,« . s City Bank. Louisville, -",:. Hutch ings & Co.; Lexington, ; « David A.Sayre. -.} \ Nashville, « Col. R. H. M'Eweri. ' Memphis, " .J. B. Kirkland. Detroit,. « - Butler* Bailey. St. Louis. /_ « E.W. Clark & "Brothers. Sprin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 30 May 1850

SAN FRANdfsCoT Haven & Livingston, SAN FRANCISCO^ 'connection with LIVLVGTON, H^LL & CO., York, will receive, forward and insure, , Gold Dust to the United States, Europe, &c^j|l .Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on New York, Boston and Philadelphia. Packages and parcels taken until the latest hour. Consignees' letters taken free. HAVEN & LIVINGSTON, Montgomery street, one door south of Sacramento street, San Francisco. ap1-3m ADAMS & COS EXPRESS, for New York, Boston, Philadelphia,. Baltimore, Washington, D. C, and all the 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, m...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 1. 1850. NUMBER 27.

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Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. Munroe's Ranche, Upper Sacramento, ) May 24, 1850. } Mr. Editor :. Two days since I left Redding Springs, on my way down the valley, and last evening arrived at the " Miners' Rest," kept by Mrs. Hall, and was so exceedingly fortunate as to be just in season to participate in the wedding festivities of her eldest daughter, (Miss Antonia,) who was united in marriage to a gentleman by the name of Warren. I stopped at the rancho a little before sunset, turned my horse out to feed among the wild oats, and. entered the house where I was a perfect stranger. A few miles back I had been told of the intended wedding, so that, on entering the house, I was in some measure prepared for the air of lively joy that pervaded every part of it, although it far exceeded my anticipations. Mrs. Hall and her younger daughters were busily engaged in making preparations for the evening festival, while her gentlemanly sons were freely dispensing the choicest wines...

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

Barton £ice, ' (Formerly Priest, Lee. & Co.) EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE ANL BANKING OFFICE, iQritlieeastsideofSid st.heiwccn I and J sift ' jiILLS OF EXCHANGE on al -^"^ parts of the United States for sale. Money loaned on good security. Gold Dust arid Coin received on deposit and a general banking business done. . Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. aplQtf Warfoass & Co., Successors to T. J. Henley §• Co. and Field §• Co. I BANKERS, Exchange Brokers and Real Estate Agents Corner of Second and J sts., Sacramento City. "pXCHANGE for sale on N. York Philadelphia, Si. Louis and Cincinnati Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. . Gold dust bought. \ Drafts and bills collected. V Real Estate bought, sold and leased. x Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the Unite( States. j Miners, wishing to remit to the United States by sending the amount to W. & Co., with the ad dress of the party to whom it is to be sent, can re ly on drafts being forwarded by first opportu...

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

C. B. Gallagher, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Commission Merchant, Brick Building-, on Front street, between M and N, Sacramento City, I JZ'EEPS constantly on hand Groceries, Provisions and Miners' supplies which he offers for sale at reasonable prices and to which the attention of miners and the public is respectfully invited. Also, a large assortment of genteel ready made Clothing Goods received on consignment. Baggage 4'c, stored on reasonable terms. m7-3rn* KEGS—— KEGS. "MANUFACTURED and constant--LT-a- ly on hand at A. Noble's " Keg Mannfactory," X street, between 2d and 3d, (opposite the U. S. Hotel.) Merchants in the neighboring towns supplied at short notice— and all orders by mail or otherwise promptly answered. Trimming, Gauging, and all other business in the Coopering line, attended to as usual. .. Sacramento City, May 11, 1850. [3m. A. P. Petit, " CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ITS now ready to receive and make j out specifications and plans for buildings ;of all kinds. He w...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have this day formed a copartnership under the firm of BURNELL, STOUT & CO., or the purpose of transacting a general aucion .and.commission business. Prepared nth a sufficient cash capital to make liberal .dvanees on consignments, they respectfully olicit the same at their store on Front st., hree doors from M. BARKER BURNELL, JACOB W. STOUT, J. B. BRIDGMAN. Sacramento City, April 9, 1850. ap103m COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.The undersigned have formed a copartnership under the firm of Waebass & Co., as Jankers, Exchange Brokers, and Real Estate feists. Office, corner of 2d and J streets THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM S. lIEYL, JOHN F. MORSE. Sacramento City. April 20, 1860. ap23 tf DISSOLUTION.— The copartnership heretofore existing between the übscribers, under the name of Priest, Lee >• Co., and of B. Lee § Cornwall, was disolvedon the lOlh.insl., and all persons inlebtcd to either of the above firms, will )lcase make p...

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

To the Commercial Public. THE undersigned would most re spectfully announce, that they have opened a merchandize brokerage office, directly beneath the Sutter House, where they will transact all business offered in their line, with the utmost fidelity and despatch. Merchants desirous of some one in constant attendance at the auction sales in San Francisco, and on board arriving vessels, to make purchases and forward goods, will do well to make application to us, as one of us will make this his entire business. Moderate commissions only are asked. Goods are likewise sold by us for a reasonable commis sion. WHITNEY & BRITTON. Sacramento City, May 11th.—my 11 lrn VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. nR. W. GROVE DEAL has to lease or sell— 4 houses and lots on X street, 1 house and lot on 4th, between J and X streets, 4 lots on 7th, between J and X sis, 8 lots at the corner of sth and L sis, and 100 lots in Eldorado City. Inquire at his office, at Prettyrnan, Barroll # Co's, X street...

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The Daily Transcript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

The Daily Transcript. Such is the size of Sacramento and such has become its importance as a commercial mart, that we feel it to be due to the public— due to our patrons —due to ourselves, as the conductors of a public enterprise, no longer to remain stationery, while all else around us is improving- in a truly liberal and energetic manner. Newspapers arc looked to as an index by which the importance of the localities they represent may be judged. Since we could not longer do justice therefore to the public, as chroniclers of passing events, we have decided to commence with this number the issue of the •^Daily Sacramento Transcript." When we remember that it is not yet five months since the first daily paper was established in California, it will be seen that Sacramento is not far behind any city, if she did start after the race was well begun elsewhere. We are sincerely grateful to our patrons in Sacramento for their kind support thus far. We shall use our utmost endeavors and spar...

Publication Title: Sacramento Transcript
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Items from the Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

Items from the Bay. We glean the following items of interest from the San Francisco papers, of the 29th and 30th inst.: The State Assayeu.—The law appointing this officer has signally triumphed. It is the law of the people, and they have nobly seconded the efforts of the State authorities in doing justice to all true Californians. The amount of dust presented for assay, is quite beyond the ability of the department to go through with, unless by labor of both night and day.—[Pac. News. Artesian Wells.—Two wells have been constructed upon the artesian principle, and have operated most admirably, afforcing a most bountiful supply of water. We learn that the well in the square will be commenced during the present week.—[Alta. Sporting Intelligence.— A grand race, we understand, is to come off at San Jose, on Saturday, between the horses Hiram and Old Dad. Stakes, ten thousand dollars a-side. Report says the senoritas are backing Old Dad very freely, and that State Scrip is quite a drug ...

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Fremont and Vernon. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

Fremont and Vernon. Fremont, May 28, 1850. Gentlemen: Your patrons complain bitterly at an editorial article of your paper of to-day, in which you speak very disparagingly of our towns. This they contend is uncalled for in you as editors of a newspaper, whose circulation extends to the summit of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. * * * * * E. S. ANDERSON." The article which friend Anderson speaks of, was entitled "Stability of Sacramento," and referred to the towns of Vernon and Fremont "as dragging along a slow existance." This was of course spoken in a comparative sense. All know that the progress of these two towns at the junction of the Sacramento rivers, were they located anywhere out of California, would be considered as surprising. Fremont, Vernon and Sacramento were started in the same season, and for sometime they were in reality rivals. But who looks upon them as rivals now ? Sacramento has risen within about a year, from a wilderness to a city of some fifteen thousand inhabitan...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

MARINE NEWS. (Single __________ ) Port of San Francisco. (Single __________ ) ARRIVED, May 28 -- Bark Laurens, Logan, 162 ds fm New York, bk Belgrade, Plummer. 180 ds fm Cherryfield, Me; schr George Washington, 181 days fm Fall river, via Magellan; schr Queen of the West, Roberts, fm a fishing cruise. Cleared -- Bark Galindo, Reddell, Port Trinidad; bark Ed Fletcher, Holbrook, Panama; schr John Story, Ellis, Port Trinidad. May 29th. -- Bark Harvest, Mauran, 223 ds fm Providence, via Valp.; brig Margaret, Brazier, 223 ds fm Portland, Me., via Valp.; brig Galen, Herron, 220 ds fm N Bfd.; brig Orbit, Finch, 14 ds fm Olympia, Puget's Sound; Peruv bark Javen Adonis, Mitchell, 57 ds fm Payta. SPOKEN. By Laurens, in sts of Lamare, spoke Powhatan fm N York, for this port; same time, bark Amo, 79 ds fm Bath. Me, for this port. By Geo Washington, May 12, lat 26 2, lon 128, schr E D Chelsea Smith, fm N London via Talcahuana. She is a small schr brought out to T on the deck of a ship, and launc...

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