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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. / ryf'^j« S PALMER & COS CA LI FOR* Z^M3fm^ NIA EXPRESS COMPANY, for ZSL_-^P 1 *&- the transmission of all freight, mer- ! chandise, valuables and gold dust, to j 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 mo.st moderate terms. Mr. Palmer having been engaged for some time in mercantile business in San Francisco, ami 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 bo dispatched from the New York Office to the Pacific steamers twice a month under charge of a competent agent, whose name will at any time ; be given, and who will return immediately with : vouchers, giving early intelligence of shipment, after , the manner of. the United States mails. In th...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOK STORE. FORREST & BORDEN offer for sale at their 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'sj Three Years in California; Shakspeare'a works, in different bindings; Byron's do; Moore's do; Chambers' Encyclopedia of English Literature; Daguerreotype of Foreign Miscellany; Hewitt's Journal; Bulwer's works in splendid binding; Walker's Dictionary. Spanish Books. Ollendorff 's Grammar and Key; The Spanish Teacher; Spanish C...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. LITERATURE ! LITERATURE I! TUST received at the "Trie Delta" Depot — «J Harper's, < Jodey's, Graham's, International and Blackwood's Magazines. Henry Smeaton —James* last. Black Tulip —Dumas' lastLadder of Gold—Robt. Bell's last. David Copperfield —Boz's last. The Convict —Ned Bnntline's last. Mother's Recompense. Josephine, &c. &o. Olendorff 's Spanish Grammar and Key. Express Riders aud Retail Venders supplied at wholesale prices. JOSEPH GRANT, ml 9 Tehama Block, corner Front and J sta. Reformed Practice of Medicine. DR. JUSTIN GATES, (Of the Botanico-Medico College, Cincinnati, Ohio,) HAS made a permanent location in Sacramento city, on Iv street, between 3d and 4th streets, whore 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 hx« been able to treat with success the various forms of bilious disease* so prevalent ...

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Thursday Morning, April 10, 1851. JOB PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

Thursday Morning, April 10, 1851. JOB PRINTING. We arc now prepared to accommodate the Public with every variety of Job Printing, having an excellent supply of Job Typo and F»tu\v Rorders. ' ITavinp procured a fme assortment of Fumble En- j amelled Card*, we are also prejared to print Cutns in a very superior styfc, an-? »t the m«'=l reasonable price*. Job Wokk done, in colon; when desired. Blanks of every description jirintfxl on the short - «-i notice, and in i ho neatest style. *'«tl)k. Wm. Edwin Collier i* out authorised A<rent at San Francisco. «srl>K. S.T. Watts has kindly consented to become our agent at Mary.«ville. Onr friends in that quarter will have prompt attention paid their orders by leaving them at his office, corner of Front and I) streets. t>W Messrs. Hoffman & Little, are our authorised agents at Nevada City and Roujh ami Heady.

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J*.rtlr< llon>» upon Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

J*.rtlr&amp;lt; llon&amp;gt;» upon Commerce. 50. 11. The tendency of those principles in commerce which we have referred to. is so injurious in respect to our Atlantic relations. that it behoves every friend to a healthy ■ystem of importation, to bestir himself, in order if possible to remove the difficulty. One thing is certainly necessary, and that w the rigid application of method in business. Competition and supply make it no longer practicable for men without experience and established business habits, to engage successfully and securely in trade ; and until tho votaries of different pursuits have resumed as far as possible their legitimate callings, we cannot expect exemption from those evils that now exist in every branch of productive enterprise. Perhaps no country ever presented such '. ft singular, and we may say ludicrous, admixture of human pursuits as California. The circumstances governing the movements of trade in the formative stage of business were peculiarl...

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Our VlHlt to the Pacific Gotham. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

Our VlHlt to the Pacific Gotham. On Friday laet, we had occasion to make a trip to San Francisco. Our downward passage was made upon j the old Senator. It was the first time we had seen this noble steam-craft since she had !&amp;gt;een re-painted, newly carpetted and furnished : and we were not a little gratified to survey the gorgeous elegance of her cabins and saloons. A superior boat in capacity, beauty, and comfort is useless even in the Atlantic States, where steamboat building constitutes an enterprise of national pride. The Senator and Confidence started at the ■ same moment from their respective berths. The Confidence, but a few hundreds above, made an immediate attempt to pass the Senator, in doing which ahe succeeded most galj lantlv. just at the bend in the river opposite i Sutterville. Once passed us, she gained but I slightly upon the Senator, and we continued 1 in view of her the most of the way, until j night interposed the barrier of darkness. The Captain assigne...

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Strange and Horrid Murder! [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

Strange and Horrid Murder! We have an account Bent us by a friend from Daylor's Rancho, of one of the most brutal murders that have ever disgraced California. The victim was an ludian. The writer states that on day before yesterday, he happened to be at Hicks" Ranch, on Sutter's Creek, in search of lost stock, and saw the poor victim that had suffered death. He was murdered by a Spaniard living in the neighborhood. The writer accompanied Mr. Hicks and others in search of the murderer. They firsj went to the spot where the deed was committed, but did not find him. They ascertained the following particulars from some persons who witnessed the murder at a distance. Thej saw a Spanish woman strike the Indian with a club, and the latter turn to ward off the blow. They then saw a Spaniard rush up to the Indian and pierce him in the breast eight or nine times with an old rusty sword, which caused him immediately to fall dead to the earth. We hope to hoar of the arrest and punishment of the...

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Before Judge Bullock. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

Before Judge Bullock. A Sonora boy entered a complaint before Judge Bullock yesterday, against his employer for upwards of a hundred dollars. Several witnesses were brought in. all of whom testified to the fact of the boy being in the defendant's employ in the capacity of a servant or waiter at a hotel which the defendant had just ceased to keep. The parties were all foreigners, speakihg the Spanish language. An interpreter was employed, who without the graces of classic Castilian, ren- ! dered things straight up and down. The | case proceeded: the defendant acknowledged ' that he had hired the boy, but that |he had done so for another person; that the i boy was dbed cut. industrious, honest, and in i every respect a '-laborer worthy of his hire." The Judge questioned the defendant pretty closely, but he seemed to stand in the majesty of innocence — at least he thought so. All his transactions had been made for another. It was proven that he had a number of twenty dollar gold pieces...

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For the Union. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

For the Union. Mr. Editor: In looking over this morning's paper. I saw an article over the signature of ''One of the People." in which he advocates the nominations of a so called "Citizens' Ticket." He says. U No good can result from clique nominations. Your worthy citizens will not stoop to intrigue. No test should be allowed but the old one, is he_ capable, is he honest."' I wish to know from "One of the People," if the present city officers, with few exceptions, were not nominated at a citizens' meeting; if at such meetings cliques are not as busily to work as at any meeting of a party, nay, more so ? if one half of the citizens know that when -any one of the clique makes a nomination, he be well enough acquainted with the man he nominates, to know — in nine cases out of ten in a community like ours — whether he bo capable and honest or not ? I will guaranty that, if a meeting of citizens be called, you will find a clique on hand. If not so, why is it that the present Board of Co...

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CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. IN SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. IN SENATE. San Jose, April sth, 1851. Mr. Foster -was called to the chair. Mr. Broderick then called the attention of the Senate to an article in the California State Journal, headed tho "appointing power." He considered it as a libel on the Governor, and a direct attack upon one of th«* Senators in this body, (the Senator from El Dorado.) Mr. Green wished to interrupt him. He felt grateful to the Senator from S. F., for the interest he had taken. Had he seen anything in it that would apply to him, he would have been the first one to speak about it, and he considered himself always able to defend himself. Mr. Broderick continued to road from tho article, and comment upon it: he said that the person referred to as being old in politics and having grown fat in office, was evidently the Senator from El Dorado, as he was the oldest man on the floor. Mr. Green would interrupt the Senator again. He entirely disclaimed that them was any allusion to himself in the ar...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

BY THIS MORNING' S BOAT. Through Freeman &amp;amp; Co.'s Express. The steamer New World arrived at her landing this morning, at 1 o'clock. The steamer Isthmus arrived at San Francisco yesterday morning, in 24-1/2 days from Panama. She brings nothing later from the Atlantic States. San Francisco, April 9th. 1851. You will perceive by a glance at the papers, that there is little or nothing to communicate. The weather still continues unsettled, which causes business to be slighlty depressed. It was unanimously agreed last evening, at a large meeting of the merchants of this place, that all gold coin issued by Individu- j als, would be received in trade at its intrinsic value only. The arrival of the Brig Wm. Perm, last evening, brings intelligence from Honolulu to 15th^\Iarch. A difficulty with the French was seriously anticipated. It is reported that the Win. Perm has on board despaches for the United States and British Commanders in these seas. Yours very respectfully, W. E. C. T...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

MARINE NEWS. PORT OF SAX PRAXCISCO. Arrlvt-d, Steamer Isthmus, Otinger, 24^ dny* fm Panama. Br ship Troy, Mcßridc, 180 ds fm "Liverpool. Tfeinjtic Aeasta, St rat ton, 200 ds fin Sag Harbor. British barque Albert, Card. ]H6ds fm Liverpool. Brig Wni. Penn,Crowcll, 22 ds fm Honolulu. British brig Aurora, Meldenstein, 164 days from Bremen. Clcnred, Belgian barque Depauw, Valparaiso; Barque Cochituate, Berry, Hawaiian Islands; «te t itner S*a Gull, Tichnor, Rio Grande.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. Whig Central Committee. — All the members of the above committee, are particularly requested to attend the regular meeting on Friday Evening, April 11th, at 8 o'clock, at the office of Messrs. Kewen &amp;amp; Morrison. E. J. C. KEWEN, Chairman. A. C. Monson, Vice Chairman. James Queen, ) Secretaries J. A. Cogswell, Mutual Hook and Ladder Company No. 3. — The members of the company are requested to attend an adjourned meeting, on This (Thursday) Evening, April 10th. at 7.J o'clock, atthc Orloans House, on business of importance. Punctual attendance requested. JOHN 11. SCRANTON, IWt. Hefry G. Lancley, Secy. aplO Saci:ame.\T(&amp;gt; City, March 24, 1851. 43" We, the undersigned Citizens and Voters of Sacramento City, will present the name of C. W. Barker, for the votes of the people of Sacramento City for the office of Harbor "Master for the Port of Sacramento, at the coming election, believing him ' fully qualified for the office : ' ('avert. Hill &amp;am...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

AUCTION SALES. Alderman White, Whitman &amp;amp; CoB. F. WHITMAN, AUCTIONR. THIS (Thursday) MORNING, April 10th, at 10 o'clock, at auction rooms, Front street, between K and L streets, will be sold — . . 300 cases St. Julien claret; 60 boxes figs; 250 boxes raisins; 5000 lbs bacon hams; 700 lbs bacon shoulders; 50 doz English pickles; 50 qr casks Cognac brandy; 30 qr do : port wine; 500 pcs prints, ass'd patterns; 100 doz bar tumblers; 50 doz bar decanters; (5000 lbs peanuts; 2000 lbs almonds; 30 hf bbls dried apples; 8000 papers tack?: 40 bbls crab apple cider; 50 cases superior ale; 30 doz doz shovels; . 10,000 cigars, ass'd brands; 40 doi Am. playiug cards, &amp;amp;c. Also, an invoice of Clothing, consisting of blue woolen shirts, woolen socks, coats, pants, silk hdkfs, j &amp;amp;c. &amp;amp;c. aplO CHARLES C. FLAGO. THOMAS 11. GOODALL. C. C. FT.AGO &amp;amp; CO., AUCTION &amp;amp; COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Front street, between X and L streets, Sacramento C...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR &amp;amp; CO. AUCTIONEERS. BRICK STORE, FRONT STEERT. On FRIDAY, April 11th, J. B. Starr &amp;amp; Co., will sell at their Brick Store on Front street, the following desirable goods, BY CATALOGUE. Merchants and traders are particularly requested to attend. Terms, cash. . Clean gold dust taken at $16 75 per ounce. Baldwin's coin at 5 per cent, discount. Grain. 3.000 sacks Australian flour; 250 sacks English oats.; 300; sacks barley; 100 sucks corn;* Liquors. 900 gallons 4th proof French brandy, in casks; 20 eighth casks do do" do 15 ten gallon kegs do do - do 50 six gallon kegs do do * do 10 quarter casks port wine} -. 3 bbls pure spirits'; 50 boxes cherry bounce; 15 cases lemon syrup; 100 do claret; 10 five gallon kegs cherry brandy; j KlO cases Monongahela whisky; 25 cases Hock wine; 20 dozen brandy, in cases; 30 Chinese ann chairs; 30 coils Manilla rope; Cigar* and Tobacco. 20 M "La Fama' 1 Regalias; 25 i M "Emperessa" Regalias; 32 i " "Agimut...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. PRICES REDUCED At G. H. Johnson's Daguerrean Gallery and FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT. MR. JOHNSON, in returning his thanks to the generous and discriminating public for the very liberal support which has been tendered him, would most respectfully solicit, a continuation of the same, at his New Rooms, No. 83 J street; Brick Row, between 3d and 4th , streets, which have been fitted up in the most costly style on purpose for the business, and will rate second to none in the United States. This establishment was the first permanently located one of the kind on the Pacific, and shall romain the same as it ever has been, the best. A fine assortment of. framed case?, -kets. See., constantly on hand and for sale cheap Pictures taken, copied, cleaned or Wed. Also, Views of Buildings, and persons taken after death if desired. ."/Tv The Trade furnished with apparatus, plated casts, chemicals. &amp;amp;c. Also, instruction given in the art. The public are invited to call and ex...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 10 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. "TRUE DELTA DEPOT " Tehama Block, Corner of Front and J streets, Sacramento City. JOSEPH GRANT, Agent, John R. Ridge, Traveling Agent. THE True Delta is published at New Orleans, on the morning of the sailing of each Mail Steamer for the Pacific, and is compiled with a view to gratify the tastes of people from every, part of the world. It has had an existence of only one short year, yet its circulation in California is three times as great as that of any other paper published in the Union. Express Riders Supplied at Home Prices. N. B. — The leading papers from every part of the Union, on sale immediately after the arrival of the mail, arrangements having been completed with Freeman &amp;amp; Co., to express them hereafter from San Francisco at least one day in advance of the mail. JTJ~ Legalized Gold Coin . exchanged for Gold Dust, in large or small vums, at the highest rates. mhl9 tf TO TRADERS AND MINERS. THE CITY MILLS. Front street, near the corner X of I st....

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