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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
C.B. Gallagher, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Commission Merchant, , Brick Building, on Front street, between M and N, Sacramento City, "TTEEPS constantly on hand Groce--MA- ries, 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, eye, stored on reasonable terms. m7-3m* KEGS— KEGS—KEGS. "MANUFACTURED, and constant- ■*■ ly on hand at A. Noble's " Keg Manufactory," 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, 1350. [3m. A. P. Petit, " "■■•■■■■■• CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, IS now ; ready to receive and make out specifications and plans for buildings...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
Copartnership Notice. . : : fJ^HE undersigned have this \ day '&lt;■ ..; formed a copartnership under the firm of BURNELL, STOUT $ CO., for the purpose of transacting a general auction and commission business. 1 . Prepares with a sufficient cash capital to make liberal advances on consignments, they respectfully solicit the same at their store on Front st*. three doors from M. BARKER BURNELL, JACOB W. STOUT, , J. B. BRIDGMAN. Sacramento City, April 9, 1850. aplO3m COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.— The undersigned have formed a copartnership under the firm of Warbass &amp; Co., a* Bankers, Exchange Brokers, and Real Estate Agents. Office, corner of t2d and .1 streets. THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM S. lIEYL, ulbau ; JOHN F. MORSE. bacramento City. April 20. 13.=!0. nn ort tf DISSOLUTION.—The copartnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the name of Priest, Lee 4" Co., and nf B. Lee cy Cornwall, was dissolved on the 10th inst., and all persons indebted to either of...
Land Titles in Sacramento. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
Land Titles in Sacramento. It is time the disputed points in regaid to Land Titles in this city were settled, and late movements in our midst are well calculated to bring the matter to an issue. A large number of lots in the outskirts of our city have lately been enclosed with fences,or some other marks of possession put upon tliem, by which they are claimed by individuals as a part of the public domain. The holders of the property by titles from John A. Sutter will of course dispute the claims set up by the "settlers," as they have ever done. These issues having been made between real estate claimers, now is the proper time for discussion on the subject, and our columns will be open for laying all facts relating to Land Titles before the public. This is comparatively a new subject to us, and wo shall not take sides till we become fully acquainted with the whole matter, as far as will be possible. The interests of the city depend much upon the settlement of titles to property, and w...
Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. Placerville, May 31st, 1850. Messrs. Editors : We noticed not long since, in a paper published down at the Bay, in a place called San Francisco, near the " Mission of Dolores,"an article in which this important town of Placerville was set down as being near "Weaverville." Now we don't think the author of that article was ever in these 'diggings,' or had ever travelled much, or been any "whar," as the Missourians would say; if he had, he would not have called us luna and Weaverville the sun ; for be it known to all the world, that the latter place is now a place that "was ;" and the few hamlets that once made it an "oasis" in this desert, are now mostly deserted; and where once rested the gold digger, now rests the coyota and owl. On the other liand, our town is progressing in wealth and size ; it contains more houses and a larger number of permanent inhabitants than any other place in our county, and we still intend going ahead; for we ha...
! Distribution of the Laws. * [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
! Distribution of the Laws. * In accordance with arrangements made by W. Van Vohhies, Secretary of .State, and in conformity with instructions, we hereby notify the Clerks of the various counties of this State, that I the Pamphlet edition of the Laws of California, will be distributed from the office of the Pacific News,a.s rapidly as the same shall be issued from the press. All officers of the Stat", Members of the Legislature, Judges, and others entitled to receive copies, are requested to call as above, or address by letter, J. Winchester, State Printer. (£7= A limited extra edition will be issued of^ the most important general laws, and be for" sale to those who desire them, at ten cents per page. je3 w4t
MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, May 31—Bk George and Martha, Kennedy, 4 ds fin Columbia river. Cleared, Prussian bark Augusta. Hozerland, Valparaiso; ship Hamilton. Peters, Sandwich Island?; ship Cygnet, Holmes, Sandwich Islands; Br brig Joseph Cripps, McFarlane, Auckland. MEMORANDA. The George and Martha left at Astoria bark Sarah Morse, loading for this port; U S schrEwing surveying. Brig Mry and Ellen had proceeded to Portland. Brig Cordelia was reported to have been wrecked at Lewis and Clarke's river. Bk Ann Smith, hence, had arrived at Astoria. Brig Josephine, Milton, of Boston, which was abandoned by the captain and crew on the bar of the Columbia river in December last, is reported by the George and Martha as having drifted ashore j™j at Vancouver's Island, with all her cargo on brd.^^l
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
Died, In this city- on the 30th inst., of typhoid fever, THOMAS SPRINGER, formerly of Oldtown, Maine. At Forksville, (junction of north and south forks of the American river,) on Thursday, May 30th, LOTHROP E. STAFFORD, of New York, aged 35 years. New York papers please copy. §. Brannan, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Dffice, cor. Montgomery and Sacramento sts., San Francisco. je3 3m NOTICE. HPHE public is hereby informed that Joseph B. Childs is not the possessor of jroperty on the west bank of the Sacramento •iver; and consequently, Pearson Sc Baker, of Sac■amento City, possess no interest in the property iescribed by them. I therefore give public notice o all concerned, that I alone am authorised to dis&gt;ose of all land or lots therein described, and I ivill not recognise the assumed rights of any per•on or persons whatever. M. T. COON. Washington, June Ist. 1850.—jeSeod LOOK HERE—LOOK HERE. City of St. Louis, on the east bank of Feather River. HP HE proprietor of this City takes p...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
MADISON WALTHALL. LEVI HERMANCE. Walthall &amp; Hermance, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, , WILL attend to any business committed to their charge, in any of the courts of, Sacramento and adjoining counties. : Madison Walthall has been appointed Public administrator, whose duty it is to take charge of rrßr estates of deceased persons, liable to waste or \ injury, or not in the lawful custody of some per•Jsonjand such' others a3 the court may think pro'per to commit to him. ' Sacramento City, June 3d, 1850. : : je3,lm LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. JUST opened a few splendid- Solar Lamps, very rich patterns; also, one set of splendid mantle ornaments, richly gilt, suitable for parlor or drawing room, for sale by » • - 7 JOHN H. SPIES, je3 6t » r 2d street,' between J and K. ,;• DISSOLUTION— The Copartneri !-*^, ; nership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the name of Nelson, Myj rick Sf Co., is this day dissolved by mutual | consent. All persons indebted to the above...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 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. l 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 &amp; WHITTIER, my30 3t J street, between 2d and 3d. EXCHANGE ON— BOSTON, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, CHARLESTON, S.C PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND, . BALTIMORE, NORFOLK. WASHINGTON, N.ORLEANS, &amp;c, &amp;c, for sale in sums to suit, by HENSLEY, MERRILL &amp; KING, my3o 3m I near Front st. PACIFIC CITY, SITUATED at the mouth of the r^ Columbia river, in Baker's Bay. Chart* of the river and bay and plans of the city, may be seen on application at the office oi Fay, Pierce &amp; Willis, Gore, Wilder $ Co., and at Chenery $ Hubbard's, Globe Hot...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
AMUSEMENTS. Rowe's Olympic Circus. At the New Pacific Theatre, on M street. THIS EVENING, (Monday) June 3d, The performance will commence with grand evolutions, on six fleet courses. Mr. Rowe will introduce his interesting spotted trick pony Bob by. Mas'^r Rafael will appear on the beautiful steed Othello, executing undaunted feats of horsemanship Mr. Stephens on two horses, will perform the laughable scene of the metamorphose ol the sack. Senor and Senora Levero, will appear in the grand gymnastic herculean exercise, on the Turkish column. Comic song, by the clown. Mr. Rowe will in'roduce a new and interesting scene, enlit ed the Greek Warrior. The whole to con. elude with the very interesting pantomime of the "Two Coopers Deceived." Price of Admission —Dress circle and parquette, S3; second tier, $2. Doors open at half past seven, and performance to commence precisely at 8 o'clock. Steamer Gold Hunter. 41 This steamer, uno'clock, from alongside bark Dimon—foot of M street. Returni...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr &amp; Co. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT AUCTION, BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. GREAT ATTRACTION.'— .WiII be sold in front of our Auction Room, on MONDAY, June 10th, ISSO, at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following described property, and it will be a rare chance for those who wish to invest their money in real estate. We shall sell the undivided third of the House and lot, on the block between J and X and Front and Second streets, now occupied up stairs, in part, by the Transcript Office. The house on the above lot, is 36 feet front by 48 feet deep, 2 stories high, and divided into 2 large stores below, 16 by 48 feet and 20 by 48 feet. The rooms above are the same size as those below, having two small rooms on each story. The above lot is the south-east portion of lot No. 7, in the block mentioned between J and K. Also, the south half of the south half of lot No. 7, in the block between M and N and Ist and -Jd streets, being 21 # feet front on 2d street ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
BUSINESS CARDS, &amp;c. E. A. FEA»IS; X*"\"aYw* BROCKWAT. PEARIS &amp; BROCKWAY, Grocers and dealers in all' kinds of provisions and- miners' supplies, No. 128- J street, beIween 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. a 27 3m PRETTYMAN, BARROLL &amp; Co. AUCTION $ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL DEALERS, , K 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.-, t;.". Auction sales. Mondays and Fridays. al6-3m* ;i , G. B. Stevens &amp; COr , ~~ Wholesale Auction $ Commission Merchants ,&lt; Corner J and Front sts., ,-,..,". :v , .. ( , • Sacramento City. -. ; Sales every day at 9 o'clock. ap3o-3m * Ileuarie &amp; Co., .. ■, OMMISSION MERCHA...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
On receiving from her the gift of a pressed Rosebud —by glycus. The bad that you gave me, tfio' partially sere, Was jeft from a beautilul rose ; Thro* all the mutations of many a year, It weathered the sunshine and snows ; Within a grave volume long time it was prest, And secretly lighted the pageLike some fanciful image illuming the breast. And hid in- the thought of a sage. A'tear turnM'to atnber, or sigh in a shell, Once whisper'd, endureth for aye; The fleeting and transient transformed by a spell. To that which will never decay ; Such magic duration thy hand hath bestow'd, On you fragile thing of an hour, And ever (tho' fainter) 'twill glow, as it glowed When first it sprang forth in the bower. Embalmed in the guise of that flowery form. What sweetness and verdue remain; No blight of the mildew, no shock of the storm, Will peril its beauty again ; Thus memory gives to the joys of the past, A delicate fragrance and bloom, Whose beauty unfading forever shall last Above all the wr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
.„;. ,FAY, PEIRCE &amp; WILLIS, jh "",* COMMISSION MERCHANTS, y;y Corner of Clay and i- Montgomery streets I. L ./k-.'-.z San Francisco. ; Front street, near X, Sacramento City. ; ) CALEB T. PAY. JNO. B. PEIRCE. HOR. P. WILLIS t; References y, Benj. Bangs, Boston: .Messrs: Ric&lt; ,tc Thaxter, do; Pay &amp; Farwells. do; l)exter, Fai * &amp; Sons, do; Michael!Shepard, Esq.'; Salem; Geo West, Esq., dc; Messrs. Spofford. Tilleston^j Co. .N. V.; Gram * Stone, Philad ;:&gt;-jaM-Smt;
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
To the Commercial Public. THE undersigned would most re spectfully announce, that they have opened a merchandize brokerage office, directly beneath the Setter 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 &amp; BRITTON. Sacramento City, May 11th.—my 11 lm Notice. rpRINIDAD CITY is situated on -* the left bank of the Sacramento, 22 miles above Lawsop's ranch, a short distance below the Red Bluffs, and by the new road, (which leaves the Sacramento at Trinity City,) only fifty miles from the Trinity Dig'gins. Steamboat navigation to the abovi^ point, has been proved pra...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 3 June 1850
GREGORY'S EXPRESS. This Express having been in successful operation between the United - States and San Francisco, will hereafter run a light Express "Wagon* to each of the Forks of ihe American. Juba and Feather rivers, leaving the office 'in v/ street/ Sacramento Ciiy, after the arrival of the first boat from San Francisco with the Letters, Papers, and Parcels, by each Pacific steamer. Gold Dust insured through, covering the risk of the Isthmus. JOSEPH W. GREGORY, ' [m23 3m] '] Proprietor. Office at Sheldon. Kibbe &amp; Almy's, J street. REMOVED.—ANGLE &amp; CO'S EXPRESS removed to street, first door from the corner of 2d street. Letters, packages, gold dust," &amp;c.,.received and forwarded to San Francisco, Marysville, Coloma and Georgetown. Also, Packages and Gold Dust to any part of the United States and Europe. Gold Dust; bought and sold. Money received on deposit. Exchange on New York on reasonable terms. ■ IJCZXIITL- '..". .apl tf A.. ~%*g^ i HAWLEY;...