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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
R. A. PEARIS. A. W. BROCKWAY. PEARIS &amp; BROCKWAY, Grocers and dealers in all kinds of provisions and miners' supplies, No. 123 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. a 27 3m PRETTYMAN, BARROLL &amp; Co. AUCTION &amp; 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. Auction sales. Mondays and Fridays. G. B. Stevens &amp; Co., Wholesale Auction &amp; Commission Merchants Corner J and Front sts , Sacramento City. Sales every day at 9 o'clock. Messrs. Hort Brothers, GENERAL MERCHANTS, Front street, between I and J streets. m9-3m J. H. CLARK. D. B. MILNE. Clarfe &amp; Milne, AUCTIO...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
Warbass &amp; Co., Successors to T. J. Henley $ Co. and Field Sr Co., BANKERS, Exchange Brokers and Real Estate Agents, Corner of Second and J sts., Sacramento City. EXCHANGE for sale on N. York, Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. Gold dust bought. Drafts and bills collected. Real Estate bought, sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United States. Miners, wishing to remit to the United States. )}' sending the amount to W. &amp; Co., with the ad Iress of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rey on drafts being forwarded by first opportunity. To protect against loss by fire, W. &amp; Co. have purchased the large double safe formerly used by he Phoenix Bank of New York, and believe it to )e the largest and most secure of any in Califorua. THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM S. HEYL, JOHN F. MORSE. References in Sacramento City — Hardin Bigeow, Esq.: S. Brannan &amp; Co.; Burnett &amp; Roger...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
Charles C. Sackett, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,. Office of 2d street, near K. Takes acknowledgments of deeds and mortgages C. B. Gallagher, Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Commission Merchant, Brick Building, on Front street, between M and N, Sacramento City, J£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 respcctfalry 'invited. Also, a large assortment of genteel ready made Clothing. Goods received on consignment. Baggage, Sfc, stored on reasonable m7-3m* KEGS— KEGS— KEGS. MANUFACTURED and constant. ly on hand at A. Noble's " Keg Manufactory," K 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. Trim mine:, Gauging, and all other business in the Coopering line, attended to as usual. Sjcramei^o City, May 11, 1850. [3m. Medical Partnership. DOCTORS T...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
The Chesapeake. — We have seen two gentlemen who were passengers on board the steamer Chesapeake, and who are direct from San Francisco, having just arrived there in the barque Burnham. It will be recollected that on the arrival erf the Oregon, Mr. Cocheron, who was also a passenger on board the Chesapeake, reported her at El Rozario. The names of the two gentlemen who have just arrived are John B. Covington and M. R. Haines, both of Indiana. Mr. Cocheron left the Chesapeake on April 25th. These two gentlemen left on April 22d. Their account is similar to that of Mr. Cocheron, and is as follows: They were members of the same company to which Judge L. W. Lynn belonged, who was drowned in the surf in attempting to land from the Chesapeake, in search of wood. They left the ship at San Rosalia, (probably San Rosario,) which is 160 miles below San -Diego. They state that the Chesapeake obtained some thirty or forty cords of wood at San Rosario and with this went to San Quentiu, where woo...
Items from Below, [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
Items from Below, Can't be Beat. — One month ago, yesterday, three blocks in the heart of this city were in ashes. To-day, over one hundred buildings, many of them substantial houses, are standing upon the ruins that were. This out-Yaukees Yankeedom. — [Pa. News. The Custom House. — It is a matter of congratulation in our section of the city, that the Custom House has been removed to the corner of California and Montgomery streets. We knew the Collector would follow us, and had made provision to receive him, but he slid in and hoisted his flag without giving us formal notice. The Custom House now occupies a fine position in the city, and occupies a very appropriate and commodious building. Montgomery street is destined to become the Wall street of this new commercial emporium. — [Jour, of Com. Dramatic Entertainments. — We are glad to learn that spirited arrangements are in progress (or the establishment of a musical md theatrical museum in this city, and that the building will be o...
[Communicated.] [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
[Communicated.] Mr Editor : I have been informed upon orood authority, that at a meeting of the City Council of Sacramento City, a few weeks igo, said Council appointed a committee, md empowered that committee to employ or more competent Engineers to make i survey of the Levee and an estimate of the necessary expenses of the same. That committee have employed three Engineers, who have been under pay for some wo weeks, and are so still, and yet no services as yet rendered. At the last meeting of the said Council, me Engineer was elected under peculiar "Arcumstances, to perform the same duties for which the three were employed by the committee. Now, sir, I wish to know, and the public generally wish to know, which of the two appointments are legal ; or if all are to be employed and paid by the city ? A CITIZEN. Sacramento City, June sth, 1850.
Important Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
Important Discovery. We learn that a new gold mine has been discovered near San Jose. It will be recollected that some time last winter there were well founded reports published that gold had been dug from the banks of the streams coursing through the San Jose valley. This is the first instance so far as we are acquainted of gold having been found on the Coast Range. The mine is very rich. Specimens have been sent to Messrs. Moffat &amp; Co. for testing. We understand that these gentlemen decided that the quantity of gold was 37 1-2 cents on an average to every pound of ore. Since that time, Mr. Kohler, the State Assayer has received specimens of the ore, and has found that in all the specimens he has examed, the yield of gold is 87 1-2 cents to every pound. There is mixed with the gold a quantity of mica and sand!(M The effect of this discovery upon property in San Jose will be instant and astonishing. The gold region there, so far as discovered, covers a mile or two square...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
We notice that a new hair dressing establishment, fitted up in the most elegant style, is opened on J street, just above the Humboldt. We like to see these evidences enterprise among our citizens. They have nothing of the kind in San Francisco. | It is kept by Messrs. O'Brien &amp; Couradis.
MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, June sth, ship Natchez, Braman, 150 days from New York; bark Buniharn, Hall, 14 ds fm Santa Barbara; bark Anne, Robinson, 60 days from Panama, with 80 passengers. SPOKEN. Per Natchez— April 29th, in lat 18 S, lon 91 W, brig Pilot, 141 days from Bath, for this port. MEMORANDA. Bark Don Juan, Mitchell, from New York for his port, sailed from Valparaiso about 10th April; ;hip lowa, Hobson, hence, was to follow the Vatchez for this port in a few days.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
Died, In this city, on the 5th inst., of diarrhoea, Dr. WALDEMAR DIETZE, formerly of New Orleans, aged 30 years. New Orleans papers please copy. ATTENTION SODOMITES !— The first regular meeting of the modern and honorable order of Sodomites will take place at the Humboldt, on Saturday Evening, June 8th, 1850, for the purpose of organization, and to take the necessary steps towards uniting with the ancient and honjrable order of "Bricks." in celebrating the comng anniversary of our National Independence. A punctual attendance is requested. Per order of C. D. G. S. &amp; CO., Loo Choo Society. Sacramento City. June 6th, 1850. je7 It OCr* Mutual Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1. — The members of this Company are requested to attend the regular monthly meeting on Friday (evening next, June 7th, at 8 o'clock, at the Court House, 4th st. near J. Punctual attendance requested. By order of HIRAM ARENTS, Henry G. Langley, Sec ; y. [2t] Foreran. THE COLUMBIA HOTEL, " Situated on Second stre...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
K. STREET HOSPITAL, Between Second and Third street, is prepared for the reception of patients, aud is receiving them. J. A. WADSWORTH, M. D., from Providence, R. I., for more than THIRTY years a practising physician, and having had externsive experience with the diseases of California, has taken the charge of this establishment, has improved it, and is ready to wait upon those who may want his professional assistance, either in the Hospital or elsewhere. je6 tf Sutter Hotel. Corner of First and K st., Sacramento City. THE undersigned would inform the public that he is now ready to accommodate all who may favor him with their patronage, upon reasonable terms. ORLANDO McKNIGHT. N. B —TO RENT— McKnight's American Hotel on K st. my 9 3m SHALL WE NOT LIVE IN CALIFORNIA ? YES ! in spite of difficulties and dangers, floods and fires, bad streets, stagnant pools, and all other hindrances to comforts and pleasure, we will have some of the good things from New England to cheer us, and thus r...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
Henley. McKnight &amp; Co., Banking, Exchange, Deposit and Discount Office, Front st., next door to Sutter Hotel. THOS.- J. HENLEY, Indiana, O. Mcknight; Ohio. my3o tf S.C. HASTINGS, lowa. W. M. ORMSBY. J. H. CULVER. Ormsby &amp; Culver, REAL ESTATE MARKET, Fourth street, between J and K streets, Auction sales every Saturday at 10 o'clock: Houses and Lots for rent. Covert &amp; Sadler, House, Sign and Ornamental Painters, Third street, second door from J, JUST received 20,000 lbs. white lead; 300 gallons linseed oil; 8,000 feet German window glass; also, a large invoice paper hangings. Keep constantly on hand a general assortment of fine colors, artists' tools, &amp;c. Orders from the country promptly attended to. In 2 3m Barton Lee's LIVERY STABLE. ALWAYS on hand a full and superior stock of saddle horses, gigs, buggies, wagons and coaches, with well trained horses to let. Stabling for horses, by the day or week. j e 4 tf Notice. TIHE undersigned wil...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr &amp; Co. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT AUCTION, BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. GREAT ATTRACTION!— WilI be sold in front of our Auction Room, on MONDAY, June 10th, 1850, 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 4S feet and 20 by 48 feel. 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 aud 2d streets, being 21 &amp; feet front on ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR SALE LOT 8, square between L and M and 4th and sth streets. Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and 5th "V r « M and and 4th and sth do. "8, " - M and N, and 3d and 4th do. 6&gt; M N and O, and Ist 3 and 2d do. , 5 i " N and O, aud '3d nnd-4th do. "5, " O and P. and 3d and 4th do. Q , 8 &gt; " O'and-P,' and 3d «hid : 4th do. » Jots between H and I, and 2d and 7th streets. 50 " II and American Fork, and Ist and 10th streets. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, square betw. and J,and Oth and 7th streets. Lot No: 2, M street, betw. 2d and 3d, (east half. " 3, L street, between 3d and 4iln- " 1, M street, corner 10th. " 4, M street, corner llth.- ii7ii - "^ 1, Q. street, corner 2d. V 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork east of 4th street. .... .., 100 lots between and American Fork, east of 10th street. " . . :; .... . .,i Lot 20 by 75 on the alley between Ist aud 2d, and J and X sts, next to Messrs. Coates St Rivetta 3 lots, 20 by 80, and buildings, oh 3...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
MISCELLANEOUS. Literary and Fashionable Socialism—The Recent Divorce Cases. — We have published, elsewhere, the whole of the evidence presented to the Legislature of Pennsylvania, in the Forrest divorce case. It presents some remarkable features, illustrating the morals and manners of the day, in such a way as to draw down a great deal of attention upon certain literary and fashionable leaders of the " bon ton" in these latitudes. We have already stated that there is no positive criminality testified to by the witnesses against Mrs. Forrest, although many of the circumstances described by them give a very curious picture of the fashionable manners i mong a portion of the " elite," or those who call themselves the elite, in New York. The principal persons figuring in this testimony are N. P. Willis, Chevalier Wikoff, Jameson the actor, Professor Hackley, of Columbia College, and we may add, Capt. Calcraft, who is represented to be a relative of Lord Clanricarde, Postmaster General of...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
FAY, PEIRCE &amp; WILLIS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corner of (Jlay and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. Front street, near X, Sacramento City. CALEB T. FAT. INC. B. PEIRCE. HOE. P. WILLIS. i, ™ erence V B J; n i- Bangs, Boston; Messrs. Rice &amp;, Thaxter, do; Fay &amp; Farwells, do; Dexter, Fay &amp; Sons, do; Michael Shepard, Esq., Salem; Geo. West, Esq., do; Messrs. Spofford, TUleston^ Co., N. V.; CTrant &amp; Stone, Philad. m! 4 3mt
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 7 June 1850
For San Francisco. JUNE ARRANGEMENT. STEAMER SENATOR, Capt. J. VAN PELT. This well known favorite steamer, possessing superior accommodations, will leave her usual berth, - foot of K street every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock precisely. For further particulars apply on board. Steamer Gold Hunter. This steamer, under command of Capt. C, J, Brenham, will leave Sacramento City for San Francisco, Tuesdays, Thurs-days and Saturdays, at 2 o'clock, p.m. from bark Dimon, foot of M street. Returning, will leave San Francisco Mondays, Wednesdays and , Fridays, at 4 o'clock, p. m. 7-v :"i T. HUTCHIXSON &amp; CO., Agents. Sacramento City, June 4th, 1350.— 4t " REMOVAL. -■&lt;«r,*:— - «*b^n- hawley &amp; co's EXJg|p2.PftESS OFFICE is removed 'to the three story new building-, first below L, between L and M streets, on Front st. They have just received their large Adams' fire proof safe, with Jones' anti-gunpowder lock, and will receive placer gold on...