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"THE DAILY UNION." [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

"THE DAILY UNION." JOHN F. MORSE, EDITOR. We publish this Morning the above-named paper, at tho reduced price of Five Gents per copy. In adding another Journal to the list of thoso already published, we believe wo are but responding to the imperative wants of the community ; and we know that in assuming the responsible position contemplated in such an enterprise, we arc actuated by nothing but honorable determinations to establish a medium of intelligence which shall afford unequalled facilities for advertising, and through which we can always speak with the assurances of justice, equity and decorum. it will be our aim to publish the first news in the best stylo and at the lowest prices. And that we can do this, we feel confident, from the practical ability of those constituting the publishln'O department, together with their known energy, and long experience in all the detail of a newspaper publication. We have already made preparation for receiving early and important news from Sa...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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GENERAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

GENERAL NOTICE. Religions Service s. — Congregational Cnur.cn, Cth street, between I and J— Rev. J. A. Bentoa, Paitor. Divine scrrica every Sabbath at 10i o'clock a. 11. and 3 o'clock P. H. Methodist Episcopal Ciiur.cn, North, 7th -?., between L and M— Rev. Mr. Briggs, Pastor. Dirine service every Sabbath at 10i o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m. Methodist Episcopal Church South, 7th st., between J aud X—Rev.K — Rev. Mr. Penniman. Pastor. Divino service every Sabbath at lIH o'clock a. k. B.\rTisr Cinr.ru. N. E. corner of 7th and L sts — Rev. James W. Capen, Pastor. Divine service every Sabbath at lOJ o'clock a. m. aud 3 o'clock p. m. IIo:^n C\m >t.ir Church, corner <>f 7th and X Sts— Rev. John Ingoldsby, Pastor. Divine worship on every Sabbath and Holliday, at 10J o'clock A. m., and lj p. M-; on other days at 7 o'clock a. m. Masonic I.or!^;c«i — TetLOlA Loner, No. 3, meets on the Ist and 3d Mondays of each month, .it 7j o'clock p. m., in the Stfasoni...

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Rrnncli Mint In California. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

Rrnncli Mint In California. Annexed is the bill to establish a branch of the Mint of the United States in California, which was read a first and second time by its title, by unanimous consent, and referred to the Committee on Finance. Th« bill is as follows : A Bill to establish a Branch of the Mint of the United States in California : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Amer iea. in Congress assembled, That a Branch of the Mint of the United States be established in California, to be located by the Secretory of the Treasury, for the coinage of gold and silver. Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted. That temporary buildings shall be procured or erected immediately, for carrying on the business of said branch mint, and the following officers shall be appointed, so soon as the public interests may require their services, upon the nomination of tho President, and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to wit : One supeYintendent, one treasur...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

\TEW BOOKS AND STATIONJL'ERY, LAW BOOKS. &c.— Collyer on Partnership, Perkins" edition; Ballantine on Limitation*; Smith's Mercantile Law; Kent's Commentaries ; Bouvicr's Law Dictionary; Wheaton's Elements of International Law: Pothicr ou Contracts: Conkling's Treatise: i Wharton'a American Criminal Law: Chitty on Pleading: Digest Law of the United States: Conkling's Lnited States Admiralty; Pritch ' ard s Admiralty Digest; Rights and Duties of i Merchant Seamen: Laws of the Lnited States by Story — also by Sharswoodj Story's Equity Jurisprudence: Story on Bailments; Story \ on Bills uf Exchange; do. on Partnership: do. on Agency: do. on Promissory Notes; do. on ] Conflicts of Laws. Also, a large Assortment. ! too numerous to mention, of schoolbooks of every description: music books, dictionaries, ; etc.; gold dust boxes, with and without tins, from 800 to 20,000 in size; American and English playing cards by the doz. and gross: twine in bails; wrapping paper; gold dust ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Auctioneers. J. B. STARR. JOSEril R. BEARD. JB. STARR & CO., Auctioneers and Commis- • sion Merchants, Brick Building, on the Levee, between X and L streets. ml 9 CLARK & MILNE, Auction and Commission \y Merchants, Front st, between X and L. inl9 | T)RETTYMAN & BAR ROLL, Wholesale AucJT tion and Commission Merchants, 31 Levee, between J and X streets. in 19 2m Bankers. RHODES, STURGES & CO., Exchange Broker and Bankers, Second street, between J and K. ml 9 ENSLEY & MERRILL, Bankers and Exchange Brokers, 47 Second street, between J and K. ml 9 BEACH, WELLS & CO., Bankers, J street, near Second. ml 9 lm BF. HASTINGS & CO., Bankers and Commis- . sion Merchants, No. 51 J street. m19,1w HINKS & MACE, Exchange Brokers, 1 street. next door above Crescent City Hotel, in 23 lin* ARTHUR W. FOOTE, Exchange Bank, 2d _TX street, between J and K. ni2B lm Bakers. WINKLE'S BAKERY, X stree...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. Hardware Merchants. ASHLEY & CO., Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron, J\. Tin Ware, &c., X street, 4 doors above Second street. mil) RA. KNOX & CO., Wholesale Dealers in • Stoves, Sheet Iron ami Tin ware, J street near 7th street. ml 9 lm FOLGER & CLIFT. Builders" Hardware, Stoves, heavy Machinery, &c.,222 J street, between 7th and Sth sts. nil 9 lin LORD, THOMPSON & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Stoves, Sheet Iron and Tin ware, street, between 4th and Sth, north side. ml 9 lin JG. ANDERSON & CO., Dealers in Stoves^ . Sheet Iron and Tin ware, J street, between 3d and 4th. ml 9 lw CW. STILES & CO., Tinners, X street, be- • tween Front and 2d streets. m 24 lm /CARPENTER & BLANCHARD, Wholesale V 7 and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Paints, Oils, and Window Glass — J street, between 3d and 4th. Miles B. Carpenter. Jacob B. Blanchard. aps liv* Hotels and Restaurants. LADY ADAMS...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. /'v^TTSS PALMER «fc COS CAL.IFOR/f^^X^NIA EXPRESS COMPANY, for the transmission of all freight, mcr- .... chandisc, valuables and gold dust, to j and from California, Oregon and Pacific ports and j Europe: to and from the West Indies and China — i being General Forwarders by the most expeditious ! routes and on the most moderate terms. Mr. Palmer having been engaged for some time in mercantile business in San Francisco, and made repeated trips to California, he has made himself familiar with all duties concurrent upon the most bene- | ficial mode of conducting the "Express Business" j with as little delay as possible. All freights for Cal; ifornia will be dispatched from the New York Office j to the Pacific steamers twice a month under charge j of a competent agent, whose name will at any time j be given, and who will return immediately with | vouchers, giving early intelligence of shipment, after the manner of the United States mails. In this wo \ differ from all ot...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. ~~ BOOK STORE. T7IORREST & BORDEN offer for sale at their Jl establishment, on Second, near J streets — Paper. Plain and white ruled letter; Plain and blue ruled do; . Packet and commercial po3t; Tissue, blotting and wrapping. Account Books. Half bound journals, ledgers, record.*, cash and invoice books; Full bound do do do do do; I Russia bound do do do do do; Quartos, memorandums, paper and leather covers. Views. Coloma, embracing site of the firM discovery of Streets and full views of San Francisco; [gold; View of Sacramento; Disappointed Lumber Merchant; The Grand Masquerade, &c, &c. Miscellaneous Works. Cotton's Three Years in California; Shak.=pearc'a works, in different bindings; Byron s do; Moore's • do; Chambers' Encyclopedia of English Literature; Daguerreotype of Foreign Miscellany; Ilowitt's Journal; Bulwer's works in splendid binding; Walker's Dictionary. Spanish Books. Ollendorff 's Grammar and Key; TLe Spanish Teache...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. MTERATL'RE I LITERATURE ! I TTJST received at the "True Delta" DsroT— J Harper's, Godey's, Graham's, International and Black wood. Magazines. Henry Smeaton — James' last. Black Tulii>— Dumas" last. Ladder of Gold— Robt. Hell's kit. David Copperfield — Boz's last. The Convict — Ned Buntline's last. Mother's Recompense, Josephine, &c. &c. Olendorff's Spanish Grammar and Key. Express Riders and Retail Venders supplied at wholesale prices. JOSEPH GRANT, ml 9 Tehania Block, corner Front and J sts. Reformed Practice of Medicine. DR. JUSTIN GATES, (.Of the Botunico-Medico Co/ltgc, Ciiwinnati, Ohio,) HAS made a permanent location in Sacramento city, on X street, between 3d and -Ith streets, where he will give his exclusive attention to tho Scientific Botanic System of Medical Practice. Dr. (J. aasOTM the public that, from his past experience in California, lie has been able to treat with success the various forms of bilious diseases »o prev...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

DarDft.WM. Ldwin Collier is our authorised Agent at San Francisco. 'D*. .S. T. Watts baa kindly consented to be- 1 ;oine our ageu< at Maryevillei Our frieutu in that quarter will have prompt attention jaid to "their lere by leaving them at hi.« office* corner of Front .ml 1) streets; *•*/ g£~ J. M. £hxpkkcd is cur authorised agent sit Freui'ont. «a" Messrs^ lloffm£n& Little, are our authorised ::;:•.•. it- at Nevada City and Rough and Ready. Double M<i.isiir "Union*" Kir This Morning,-, we ><lrail idaito an eight ]>agi steamer piper. It will contain all the current new.-? of the day, and nearly all the matter that has ap))oarcd in the Daily Union since the sailing of the last stcatfier—-and ii comet Prices Current, and state of the Markets.

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Congress ;ii?i.iiiK« a California Mint. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

Congress ;ii?i.iiiK« a California Mint. We regret that the good sense of Congress. and their interest fn the welfare of their constituency in California, did not induce them to grant us a Branch Mint. We cannot believe them ignorant of the necessity of such a measure, for any process of reasoning they had adopted upon the subject would have led them irresistibly to Mich a conclusion! With the entire absence of paper money, the remoteness of our country from the national Coinages, and the imperative demand for a substantial currency, there was little room for logic to avoid a deduction in favor of such a policy. But then it was not requisite that reasoning upon the subject should have been resorted to. Every paper of California teemed with information in regard to it. Every letter written home verified and confirmed the necessity. Every returning California;! corroborated the information by verbal assurances, end our Representatives depicted the urgent demand i; -r such a system of r...

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Summnry. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

Summnry. It will be seen in many respects that our country is realizing the benefits of prosperity, and that the indices of encouragement are presaging a more delightful future than was anticipated by Californians one year ago. We never knew two seasons so lovely in all excellence and beauty, as our last Winter and our present Spring. The one seemed to be entirely devoted to the physical comfort of man, and the other seems as singularly fitted to the promotion of the highest interests of agriculture. And when after a warm April shower, a man goes out over the vast prairies that surround us. and opens his eyes upon the garniture of infinitely varied flowers with which nature has (lathed her in terminable fields, there is no possibility .'('appreciating the admiration and wonderment the vision inspires. As far as the eye can reach, there is one uninterrupted bed of flowers, of all colors and sizes, so condensed that one canuot Btop without crushing them, and feeling as if ho were trea...

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Citizens' Ticket. For the Union. j j I ; ! ' '■ ■ j ; ; ' , '■ | i ; j ! i ; j [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

Citizens' Ticket. For the Union. j j I ; ! ' '■ ■ j ; ; ' , '■ | i ; j ! i ; j Mr. Editor : In year journal of the Oth inst.. a:i article yrith The above heading appeared, in which was advanced some laudable, wholsoine suggestions in relation to our approaching municipal election. &C. And in your paper of this morning appears an article signed ••One of the Old Guard,': in which Ec handles the City Fathers & Co. without gloves. Such is no argument against a Citizens" Ticket well and honestly gotten up. for. I take it, that a person selected and elected as a partizan. without other necessary qualification, would be a poor expedient to hold the party only politically responsible' when the individual would lay the dereliction to party, and the party to him, &c. Now the statements of the "Old Guard" show the necessity of relieving himself and his officers of further official duties, ns they have found wanting by his own showing. Yours truly. ONE OF THE...

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BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Tiironyii Freeman OS Ca.'s Express. . __ . . ■ The steamer New World arrived at her landing, this morning, at half past one. 'A race comes <■;;" to-day in San Francisco,' over the Pioneer course, for a purse of £2300. The mail steamer Columbia, arrived at San Francisco, in sixty hours from Astoria. Great excitement was manifested in Portland, Oregon, in consequence of a murder by a man named Kean, of a man named Cook or Mutt. A public meeting was held, and resolutions passed to -close all gambling houses* and the unlawful traffic of alcoholic drinks." The propeller Gen. Warren arrived on Thursday afternoon, from Trinidad, Klamath and Humboldt Bay. She-was 38 hours on her passage from Trinidad. \s v '4 s : 1 ' l ¥ The schooner Fayaway was driven high and dry upon the beach, out of nil danger, in The Klamath. When the Warren left, there was but 8 feet water on the Bar. The sea was rough and dangerous. The reports from Salmon Creek and Klamath are muc...

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POST OF SAM I It A* CISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

POST OF SAM I It A* CISCO. Arrived; April 11th— P M Steamship Columbia, A VII Lo R0y, 60 Lour- from Astoria, Oregon, to E Wri"ht 4 pass. uner General Warren, Smith, from Klamath X ivtr, Trinidad and Humboldt Bays, 3d hours to Cazcneau & —SO passengers. ' Ship Mary & Adaline, McLellan, 193 days from New \ork, via Valparaiso 52 days— 4 pass. French ship Jacques Lafitte, Caspar, {£> days from -Newcastle, is S \Y coal— 2 passengers. Ship Thomas Dickason, bollard, 130 da fin N V Ship Gcncsec, Babbidge, 195 da Cm N Y. Barque Lyon, Alexander, 186 dsfin Bath. British barque Socrates. Sanies, 163 dsfmLiver'l Brig Helen, McArtlrar, 80 da I'm Hobart Town.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

iran-iw.. j>m^»"ty Ti | |l . J ... Ml „^ .. _, . Punch's Almanac, tor 1851, abounds in fun. Here is a specimen of its conundrums : Where are we most likely to find the eky blue ? The nearer we get to the milky way. Why is a man who has just carried his carpet-bag on shore from a steamboat, like an owner of the soil ! Because he is possessed of ' landed property.' Why is a comet more like a dog than the doe star ! Because the comet has got a tail, and the dog star hasn't. How can a man. who has no wings, be said to bo 'winged 1 in an ' affair of honor ': Because, in going to fight a duel, he makes a, gOOSe of himself. Why do the Patent Laws tend to promote discovery ! Because they fox invention. i N hen lias a scru P le more weight than a dram '. hen conscience makes a teetotaller refuse a thimbleful of brandy. The following definitions are given in the same work : An Heir at Law— A gentleman who inherits an estate which is thrown in Chancery. Table of Interest— The 1 Inne...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 12 April 1851

Neokoes in Philadelphia. — Judge Pardelivered a charge to a grand jury in Philadelphia, in which he stated the blacks of that city supplied nearly one third of the criminals, while the Ledger says that they arc scarcely more than one eigth of the population. It says also that "the^e care-can-kered, famished and destitute free blacks exhibit a picture of outcast wretchedness, at which humanity shudders." Tin: Bible. — A certain space in the Glass Palace at London has been appropriated to the Bible Society, for the purpose of exhibiting specimens of the Holy Scriptures in one hundred and fifty different languages. This will be one of the most interesting spectacles at the World's Fair, inasmuch aa it will show to what a surprising extent Christian baa succeeded in rendering the Divine Revelations of the Bible accessible to the many distinct tribes and nations to whom ihey were before, and but fur missionary devotion and labor would forever have remained a sealed book. ■ •. unto City: ...

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