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

Married, On the 23d May, at Mrs. Hall's Ranch, (Upper Sacramento Valley, by the Hon. Fairchilds, Alcalde of Yuba District. ROBT. E. WARREN, of St. Louis, to Miss TIMOTHIA ANN HALL. daughter of Mrs. C. Hall, late of Vicksburgh, Miss. sy=- San Francisco, Vicksburgh, and Si. Louis papers please copy. »ied, m 111 this city, of typhoid fever, on the morning oH the 30th inst., Dr. EDMUND D. G. BUMSTEAD^I of Boston, Mass., late of Havana, aged about 30. In this city, on the 25th .May, of dysentery, at the house of Justin Spear, Mr. D. THURSTON CROWELL. formerly of Londonderry, N. H., aged "24. RELIGIOUS NOTICE.—The First Church and congregation will worship, without further notice, in the hall of the three story building in J street, near Third. Services 10}^ and 3 o'clock. Preaching by the Rev! J. A. Bestox. jel TV" OTIC E—During my absence "^ from this city, Mr. Robert D. Merrill is empowered to act as my agentSAMUEL J. HENfSLEY. Robt. D. Merrill can be seen at Hensley, Merrill Sc King's...

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

NOTICE. WHEREAS Joseph B. Childs became possessor of certain property on the west bank of the Sacramento river, in virtue of a deed made, executed, and duly recorded in the proper office at Monterey, in December last; and which said property is described in the deed aforesaid, as commencing at a point due west from the mouth of Lake Sutter, or the slough, (so called) on the east bank ; thence extending from the bank of said river, due west one half mile; thence due north one half mile; thence due east one half mile, or until it strikes the said Sacramento river; thence following in a southerly direction the meanderings of said river to the place of beginning; and whereas, the subscribers, by purchase of said Childs, have become interested in said property, this is to give notice that all trespassing on said premises will be prosecuted in a court of law. The above described property has been laid off into squares and lots, and the name of west Sacramento given to it. Persons wishing ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

For PANAMA. The superior fast sailing bark STRAFFORD, foot of I street, Sacramento City, will sail in a few days. Freight, consisting of provisions and lumber, (now in good demand at Panama,) will be taken low. Dr. Mor. rill, one of the owners, will go in the vessel and take charge of consignments or other business that may be entrusted to him. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to MORRILL & WHITTIER my.3f) 3t J street, between 2d and 3d. PACIFIC CITY, at the mouth of the Columbia river, in Baker's Bay. Charts of the river and bay and plans of the city, may be seen on application at the office of Fay, Pierce & Willis, Gore, Wilder ft Co., and at Chenery ft Hubbard's, Globe Hotel; or on application to the subscriber, agent for th# proprietor—Dr. White—at the Globe Hoid. [my3o tf] S. W. SHELTON. FOR SALE. nniiE cargo of bark "Agnes," direct •*• from Bangor, Me., consisting of 80,000 :t. white pine boards tf- planks, d'sed; 10,000 do d...

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

AMUSEMENTS. Rowe's Olympic Circus, At the New Pacific Theatre, on M street THIS EVENING, (Saturday) June 1st.-, The performance will commence with a Grand Cavalcade Entree. Comic Song by the Clown Master Rafael in his forward and backward ac of horsemanship. Slumbers of Hercules, by Se nora Levraro. After which, the Corde Elastique Master Rafael, as the Wild Indian Boy. Brigand or the flight and death of Massaroni, by Mr Rowe. To conclude wiih the laughable pantomime of the Two Coopers Deceived. jel NOTICE TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF TRINIDAD CITY The drawing for lots in the above named city, will take place on Tuesday, the 4th day of June next, at Marysville. Subscribers are requested to attend, or appoint some person to act for them. For the proprietors my2B 4t WARBASS ft CO. ■pOR, SALE—Shares in Ophir, on ■*• the Feather river, and some of the mosi desirable lots in Pacific City, at the mouth o the Columbia river, Oregon — sale by the subscriber, at his office, where a map of the abov...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr &, Co. THIS DAY, (Saturday) June 1st, at 10 o'clock, will be sold— 300 dozen eggs; 40 bbls mess pork; 20 hf bbls mess pork; 25 hf do choice flour; 20 cases pickles; 20 cases ale; 5 cks do; 50 cases claret wine; 25 half bbls dried apples. 15 firkens butter, 100 lbs each; 25 tubs do 20 bxs choice sperm candles, in fancy bx; 10,000 Manilla cigars; 5,000 sweet potatoes; 2,000 Irish do; 20 boxes mustard; 8 boxes window glass, 7x9; 170 window sash; 2 large mirrors or looking 1 glasses; 20 boxes salaeratus; 50 sacks salt; 23 pieces floor matting; 40 kegs brandy,in kegs; 30 cases do; 10 boxes lime juice; 10 bbls American brandy: 20 pcs Canton pocket hdkfs.; 1,000 lbs smoked bacon; 70 boxes yellow soap. Also, boots, shoes and clothing, to close consign "lent. [jel It] J. B. STAIR & CO. O=N. B.—AVe will feel thankful to all pm chasers and those who bid at our auction sales to receive their goods, pay for them and take the) away before 10 o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

BUSINESS CARDS, &c. U. A. PEAHIS. A . w. BROCKWAT".' PEARIS & BROCKWAY, Grocers and dealers in all kinds of provisions and miners' supplies, No. 128 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. 100 choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Enquire as above. PRETTYMAN, BARROLL & Co. AUCTION §; COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL DEALEES, K street, near Second, Sacramento City, Keep constantly on hand- a large stock of goodssuitable for Miners. Real Estate, Lumber, &c, sold'at Auction.Auction sales. Mondays and: Fridays. alft:&fr*: O. B. Stevens & Co.. Wholesale Auction $• Commission Corner J and Front sts., : Sacramento City.Sales every day at 9 o'clock. ap3o-3m Henarie & Co., ~~~ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, „Front street, between H and I, Sacra" memo City. Refers to— Messr...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

MISCELLANEOUS.

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THE SORROWS OF AN OLD MAID; [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

THE SORROWS OF AN OLD MAID; OR, CALIFORNIA, THE LAND FOR MARRYING. Shown in a dialogue between Miss Tabitha Primrose and Mrs. Sukey Comfort.SCENE I:. A dark desolate looking chamber in a dark desolate looking building—in a dark desolate looking street. A desolate, cadaver ous looking female at the interesting age of thirty-six sits at a table, critically scrutinizing herself in a looking-glass. Aftei taking one or two pinches of snuff, she soliloquizes thus— "My shoes, alas ! they have no soles— My stockings have five hundred holes;" My last new hat it looks quite flabby, My best silk dress is getting shabby; My teeth are going to decay, My raven locks are turning gray; My eyesight, too, is waxing dim: I really b'lieve I'm growing slim; I'm sure I'm on the retrograde — "Pity the sorrows of a poor Old" Jl/aid. Showing how Mrs. &ukey Comfort kindly administers consolation to her maiden friend. {Enter Mrs. Comfort.) Nay say not so my Primrose dear, You are but twenty-seven ...

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

CITY HOTEL, Front street, between I and J streets, SACRAMENTO CITY. U* The patronage of the travelling public is very respectfully solicited. Newspapers from the East, of the lates dates, kept constantly on hand. Boarding by the day and week. Th&amp;lt; charges will be reasonable. apB 3m DUILDING HARDWARE •*"* Silver, Brittania, Plated, and Japannec ware, fine Table and Pocket cutlery, Look ing Glasses, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, house fur Dishing goods of every variety, and in fact a general assortment of fancy and staple goods of every character, can be found at PAUL, WHITE &amp;amp; CO. 2d house from cor. 3d and J, south side, FOR SALE.—Valual .le building iots ii . rarious parts of the city. Enquire ai above. aplO-3m |YR. J. McNULTY, of New Yori "^^ City, would respectfully inform hi friends thaXhe has opened a Medical Office, on i street, thi«rdoor from Front, and hopes by promp attention to receive a share of public patronage. apl6-3ra<...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

City of Yateston. THE undersigned would inform the public that they have laid out a city, of the above , name, at the well known ranch of Capt. Yates, ten miles below the first and ichest mines on Feather river, and twentytwo miles above Yuba City, the shares of which are now offered for sale. The ground upon which this city is laid out, has never been overflown by the high waters, being, during the flood of last winter everal feet above high water mark, and i: covered with the most beautiful growth o argo evergreen oaks, £pd presents to those pishing to make a home, a beautiful and leallhy location. For trading and business purposes, Yates on City offers inducements superior to any ther city in North California — on he west bank, immediately below Boga ra lids, and the point where the great road eading to Oregon and Trinity mines leaves ?eather river, marks it as the head o f steam lavigation for. all seasons of the year, and he point for trade for all regions north or east fit. Al...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

For Panama. The Pacific Mail Steamship company's Steamer OREGON, Lieut. C. P. Patterson commander, will leave for Panama, making the usual stoppages, on Saturday, June 1, 1850, at 4 p. m. Passengers are requested to be on board at noon of that day. Treasure for shipment received at the Com-H iany's office, foot of -Sacramento street, on Thurs-M lay, the 30th, and until noon of Friday, the 31st nst. The Oregon will connect with the steamer Cherokee.-to leave Chagres on arrival of the pasengers and treasure. Through' tickets - and hrough bills of lading granted by ALFRED ROBINSON, Agent, tn23 5t Foot of -Sacramento St., San Francisco.GREGORY'S EXPRESS. This Express having been in successful operation between the United States and San Francisco, will hereafer run a light Express Wagon to each of the Forks of the American, Yuba and Feather rivers, leaving the office in J street, Sacramento City, after the arrival of the first boat from San Franisco with the Letters, Papers, and Parcels,...

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

SAN FRANCISCO. HENRY M. NAGLEE, 280 Montgomery street, San Francisco. Would respectfully offer to Merchants and hers, DRAFTS on Boston, at the Office of. J. W. Clark &amp;amp; Co. Providence, " John L. Noyes. Hartford, " Hartford Bank, NeW Haven, " City Bank. Albany, " Washburn &amp;amp; Co: New York, " E. W.Clark, Dodge &amp;amp; co. Trenton, " Mechanics' &amp;amp; Man'rs Bk. Philadelphia, " E. W. Clark &amp;amp; co. Fittsbtirg, " Samuel Jones &amp;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;amp; co. Lexington, " David A. Sayre. Nashville, " Col. R. H. M'Ewen. Memphis, " J. B. Kirkland. Detroit, " Butler &amp;amp; Bailey. St. Louis, " E. W. Clark &amp;amp; Brothers. Springjield, Ill. " N. H. Ridgely. Galena, " Cromwell Ch'ace. Chicago, « George Smith ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 1 June 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. Haven &amp;amp; Livingston, SAN FRANCISCO, in connection with LIVINGTON, WELL &amp;amp; CO., *lew Youk, will receive, foiward and insure A jold Dust to the United States, Europe, &amp;amp;c. % Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on New Tork, Boston and Philadelphia. Packages and parcels taken until the laest hour. Consignees' letters taken free. HAVEN &amp;amp; LIVINGSTON, Montgomery street, one door south of ?acramento street, San Francisco. apl-3m ADAMS &amp;amp; COS EXPRESS, for New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Balti- ' nore, Washington, D. C, and all the princi&amp;gt;al towns in the United States. Gold dust bought; also forwarded and inured to any of the above places, and bills of ixchange given in any sums to suit -pur:hasers. Our drafts in favor of parties residing in 'few Bedford and the vicinity, are paid at he Merchants' Bank, New Bedford. Gold dust and articles of value received on leposit for safe keeping. Office Montgomery street, bet...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 3, 1850. NUMBER 2».

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850

The Webster Trial—The Scene in Court—The Boston correspondent of the Savannah Republican, in his letter of the 23d ultimo, thus sketches the scene in court during the Webster trial: The public are admitted to the gallery only The lower floor, in addition to its usual occupancy, has a very numerous representation from the bar, who occupy the centre. To the right of the bench, at another an gle, sit the twelve "good men and true," in whose hands rests the earthly fate of the prisoner. The foreman, Robt. J. Bryan, is an aged mechanic, of intelligent look. The jury are flanked on the right by the portly and venerable high sheriff, with his sword upright on the desk before him, and on his right is a formidable corps of reporters, to the number of fourteen —two from New York. Mr. Otis of the New York Tribune, is one of them. On the outside of the bar the room is occupied by "privileged persons," by permission of the sheriff. The dock is located a little to the right of the judges, in rear...

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GRAPE CULTURE AT THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850

GRAPE CULTURE AT THE WEST. According to statistics accurately prepared by the Cincinnati Horticultural Society, the number of acres in vineyard culture within a circle of 20 miles around that city is 743, under charge of 264 proprietors and tenants. When in full bearing they produce at the most moderate estimate for a series of years, 148,600 gallons of wine annually. The number of acres now in bearing is a little over 340. In Clark county, Indiana, there are between 150 and 200 acres in cultivation, and the culture of vineyards is steadily on the increase. The average quantity of wine produced is about 200 gallons per acre, which is sold at the press at 70 to 80 cents per gallon. The Tax Regulations. —la order that our citizens may not be caught • napping when called upon by D. M. "^ Chaancey, the new tax collector and county assessor, we have made the subjoined extract from the law upon poll and county taxes. Every oneshould be well posted up in matters of this kind. ' . .; .. /: ...

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

W Barton I.cc, Hi (Formerly' Priest; 1 Leie &amp;amp; Co.) X JEXCHANGE. REAL ESTATE AND l^':. BANKING OFFICE, -" WpP^ llietastside of 2d st. belrcecri I and J sts. I^TIjILLS 1 OF; EXCHANGE on all (Formerly Priest, Lee &amp;amp; Co.) EXCHANGE. REAL ESTATE AND BANKING OFFICE, m he east side of 2d st.behcern I and J sts. gILLS OF EXCHANGE on all '!» ."*"^. parts of United States for sale. : I Money loaned on good security. ! Gold. Dust and Coin received on deposit A and a general banking business done.. \' Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. aplOtf. \ " Warbass &amp;amp; C 0.,: Successors to T. J.Henley $■ Co. and Field &amp;amp;■ Co., \ :- BANKERS, I I Exchange Beokehs and Real Estate Agents, j Corner of Second and J sts., Sacramento City. \ ■j^XCHANGE for sale on N. York, r^'f ■ Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati. II Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. i \ Gold dust bought. A Drafts and bills collected. Real Estate bought, sold and leased.Gold Dust forwarded to an...

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