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Hot Xow—To . For the L'aily Lnien. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
Hot Xow—To . For the L'aily Lnien. I may not meet thee as we met In other day.*; L'nmov'd 1 cannot bear a3 yet Another's praise ; In coining years I may behold That marble brow .;• • "With callous heart, and eye as cold — Hut, oh ! net now. I may not meet thee in the throng, And pass thee by ; Nor see thee grace-like glide. along With tearless eye : In happier hours I may again Be free as thou ; "With careless smile may greet thee then — Bat, oh ! not now. I may not meet thee when the trees . Arc budding new, And the bright earth rejoicing sees Each vernal hue ; But when the sere autumnal leaf Has left the bough. To meet thee then may bring relief— But, oh ! /i. / new. Macauley, the Murderer.—According to the sentence of the court, Macauley is to be hung at Napa to-day. Every possible effort, within the bounds of law, has been made to save him, but in vain. A motion for a change of venne was made and overruled. He was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to be hung to-day. An effort w...
Rtporttd far the Daff* Union. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
Rtporttd far the Daff* Union. Sacrani "ii to Market, 5 Tiesuay, April 15. 5 Although the weather continues fine and favorable for business,, but few sales hare been effected to-day. Our quotations Vary little from those of yesterday. Barley has slightly advanced and readily brought 7jc per 1b; mess pork, $16 per bbl; flour, $5 50 to°§6 per hundred; coffee, 14 to 16c; adamantine candles, 30 to 3Se; sperm, S3 to 40e; chili beans,- 3 to sc. per Ib; box tobacco, 37£ to 50c. per I!&gt;; butter, middling, 25 to 35c. per lb; cheese, 16 to 25c; cherry brandy] per case, $7 to $7 50 ; claret, $4. A fair amount of business has been done at retail.
IMPORTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
IMPORTATIONS. Per Queen of Shcba— 3oo tons conl, 280 casks bottled ale, 4 cks paints, 24 doz shovels, 1 ck picks, 42 cks glass, 30 kgs herrings, 23 do, 26 pkgs lurmturc. Per Panama— 6ooo boxes potatoes, 24 tons onions, 200 bags barley. - r * „,„, , Per Isabel— lS cks whale oil, 1179 bags 2042 half do flour, 200 sides sole leather, 493 bags middlings, 1109 hags barley to order. Per Ocean— 7s sacks coffee, 492 sacks 1379 qr do flour, 406 do beans, 100 do walnuts, 100 bxs raisins, 360 sks barley, 2) b.xs candles, 10 sacks peas, 4 bxa peaches, 100 bxs maoearoni, 89 bxs tobacco,7 do perfumery, 26 cs absynthe, 600 i cks brandy, 8 pipes spirits' wine, 30 bbla eggs, to A Mutot.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
GENERAL NOTICES. LADIES' FAIR! KiT The Ladies of Sacramento City will hold a FAIR at Lee's Exchange, on the evenings of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, of this week. I The citizens of Sacramento and adjoining towns arc respectfully invited to attend. j The proceeds will be applied" to the liquidation of | the debt of the Presbyterian Church. MRS. T. J. WHITE, President. Miss Margaret Perry, Secretary. apl63t ?»lass Meeting of the Whigs. tk^\ Mass Meeting of the Whigs of Sacramento County will be held on the evening of the 22d inst., nt the Orleans [louse, Sacramento City, for the pur- j pose of ratifying the nominations for City &lt; Offices, and selecting Delegates to represent the county in the Whig State Convention, to meet at San Francisco on the fourth Monday in May next. By order of the Whig Central Committee E. J. C. KEWEN, Chairman. A. C. Moxso.v, Vice Chairman. j^cS^iJ^^'^ a P I 4 7t Democratic Meeting. #3" There will be a meeting of the Democracy of this city, at t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
AMUSEMENTS. TEHAMA THEATRE. Mr. Jas. Stark and Mrs. J. 11. Kirbyl .Managers. Stage Director Mr T iS Campbell GREAT SUCCESS O F THE FORTY THIEVES. THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, April 16th, Will be presented the grand fairy spectacle entitled THE FORTY THIEVES! - Or, The Banditti of the Black Forest. In ivlilch Mrs. Ivlrby will appear.To be followed by A Favorite Song by .* .Miss Montague. To conclude with the laughable farce of THE LADY OF THE LIONS. Prices— Private boxes and dress circle $3 00 Boxes 2 00 j Pit 1 00 I £3" Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance com- | mence at half past 7 precisely. TEHAMA THEATRE. BENEFIT. Mr. COAD respectfully informs hi.- friends and the public generally, that Friday Evening next, j the 18th April, is set apart for hi; Benefit, on which j occasion will be presented LEND ME FIVE SHILLINGS; Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady, and the ever popular GLANCE AT NEW YORK. He humbly trust that this selection will meet, their ' ; entire approbation. npl6 3t ITALIAN O...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. AUCTIONEERS. BRICK STORE, FRONT STREET. Groeerlcs, Liquor*, Pork Hams &amp;c. On FRIDAY, the ISth inst., J. B. Starr &amp; Co. will offer for sale a large and extensive assortment of Goods, just received per late arrivals from the States, consisting of Groceries, Liquors, Pork, Hams, &amp;c. Catalogues will be prepared previous to day of sale, and distributed, to which the attention of merchants and traders ia particularly directed. aplb' J. B. STARR &amp; CO., Auc'rs. BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. On SATURDAY next, 19th April, at 10 o'clock a. vi., will be sold the fixtures of the "HOLE IN THE WALL, consisting of all the Furniture, Dining Tables, Centre Tables, Lamps, Crockery ware, Glass ware, : Cutlery, Mirrors, Settees, Chairs, Stoves, Cooking Utensils, &amp;c, &amp;c, &amp;c. Together with other articles uot mentioned. SIT Sale without reserve. J&amp;3" Terms, cash...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
AUCTION SALES. BY CLARK &amp; MILNE. D. B. MILNE, AUCTIONEER. CLARK &amp; MILNE will sell at their sales-room, on Front street, near M, on WEDNESDAY, 16th hist, at 10 o'clock, as per annexed listProvisions. 12 tierces shoulders 15 bbl.s family cured hams 25 do sup'r do do 5 do smoked beef 6 do do tongues 150 half bbls clear pork. Groc«-rl!». 100 mats Manilla sugar, 100 lbs each 100 do China do do do 10 boxes loaf sugar 10 do crushed do. in cans 27 do powdered do, in cans 9 cases Stuart's candies 25 boxes Malaga raisins 100 tins dairy cheese 10 casks Orange county butter, in kilts; 10 do superior Goshcn do in kegs; 12 bills dried apples 25 4 do do 100 bags Chili benns 100 do green coffee ; 12 casks syrup 10 bbls 'do 5 half bbls syrup 25 10 gal kegs pickled cucumbers IS 15 do do do 10 10 do do onions 50 cases pickles 6 do lobster.*, 2lb cans 12 do tomato ketchup 10 do walnut do 25 do pepper sauce 15 do brandy fruits 5 do pie * do 200 half sacks Chili barley 10() bbls c...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
AUCTION SALES. BY C. C. FL.AGG &amp; CO. — — C. C. PLAGG, AUCTIONEER. FRONT STREET, NEAR L. Will be sold THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, at sales room, at 9 o'clock — 10 Bhds New Orleans molasses 22 bbls vinegar • 12 do ' Newark cider 12 boxes garden seeds 25 bbls superior hams 5 do clear pork ■ 15 |do mess do 5 cases sup ex leather boots 7 do wax do ' do 13 do heavy pegged do 15 do light do do 73 tins Eng. dairy cheese 10 casks Chili beans 8 do Mex. do 25 5 gal kegs S I syrup 19 casks French brandy 27 do grindstones, with rollers and cranks 17 tins lard 10 bhds corn meal 5 kegs old port wine 18 do lime juice, 10 gal each 31 do nails Casks gin Do whisky Do cherry bounce Do pickles 9 kegs sour krout 2'M) cans herring 5 doz long handled shovels 3(K) half casks flour 10 bbls dried apples 15 do do peaches 1 do Epsom salts 2 cases brown stout 5 do ground rice 50 doz brooms 7 casks old rum 25 do Gosheu butler 15 bbls brandy. tßf Sale to commence at 9 o'clock. »pl6 C. C. FLAGG, Auctionee...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. lIAVILAH COS DRUG STORE, T. A. THOMAS, SUPERINTENDENT. J street, between 3d and 4th, north side. rpHE above company have just received from th» _L States and now opened one of I lie largest and most complete stocks of Genuine Drugs and Medicines. Perfumery, Fishing Tackle. Fancy Articles*. &amp;■•.. &amp;c, yet ofiered, which they will sell to the. iv /.ens of Sacramento and elsewhere, at wholesale an i retail, at lowest prices for cash. The Superintendent having been long engaged in the business, arid having secured the services of gentlemen perfectly competent to assist him, can with safety to the community ask a liberal sham of public pattonagei Physician- and Families can send Prescription* with the assurance of having them accurately and underttandingly dispensed, day or night, at moderate prices. : apl .shaving (.li:i-ii*. &amp;&lt;-. SUPERIOR Razors and Straps; superior old soap, (23 years old.) the bast article ever used for sh...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
STATE LAWS. ---^- . ■ . ~ I A BUI for «»i Act to Incorporate the City of Sncvamcnto. lie People of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assemb'y, do enact as follows: Sec. 1. All that tract ofland lying within the limits and boundaries hereinafter men- ; tinned, that is to say: Beginning at the junction of the American Fork with tho Sacrameato river to V street, as designated on the map or plan of Sacramento city on file in'the ßecorde's office in said city: thence! along said V street, c-ist. to the point where the said V street intersects Thirty-first street. ! as designated on said map: thence along the i said Thirty-first street iiiitil the same intersects the American Fork: thence along the American Fork to the beginning; the eaid boundaries extending to the middle of said Sacramento river and American Fork, -hall I&gt;o known by the name of "The City of Sac- ' ramento.*' Sec. 2. The present city government .-hall continue in office until the election and ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
STATE LAWS. pass such other by-laws and ordinances, for the regulation and police of said city, as they may deem necessary. All by-laws and 1 ordinances shall be published in some news- ', paper printed in the city. Sec. 8. All legal process against the city ! shall bo served on the Mayor, and in his abs ence, on the Mayor pro tern. See. 9. In no case shall the corporation be garnisheed for any debts due. or to become due, by said corporation, on contracts ; for city improvements, except for debts in- : curred for said improvements. And all ! tools and other property, while being used upon any public improvement in the city. shall be exempt from execution and attach- : ment. except for materials furnished, or for work done in such improvement. Sec. 10. All appropriations shall be by ordinances, and all contracts and conveyances may be made in such manner as directed by the Council, subject to the approval of the Mayor : or in case of bis di.-ap- , proval. by a two-thirl vote of all ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
STATE LAWS. I in each year, and they shall hold office for I the term of one year, or until their successors are qualified. Soc. 22. It shall be the duty of the Council to order all elections, and to designate j 1 the places of holding the same : to give at I i least ten days" notice thereof, and to appoint j j two clerks in their respective wards ; and j ; they shall conduct such elections according I to the general regulations prescribed by law : I concerning elections. In case any of said judges fail to attend, the electors present i may appoint others in their stead. The '. I judges in the respective wards shall cause j ! two lists of the names of the voters to be i I kept, and numbered regularly, which num- \ bcr shall correspond with the number which shall be written in figures on the ballot of! I each voter before it is deposited in the ballot i box. Sec. 23. Should the Mayor wilfully fail or j ; refuse to discharge any of "the duties imposed \ \ upon him by the provisions of...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
STATE LAWS. order of the city, and in enforcing the bylaws and ordinances of the Common Council. Sec. 34. It shall be the duty of the City Marshal, in addition to the duties prescribed to him by the Common Council, to execute and return all process issued by the Recorder, or directed to him by any legal authority, and to attend upon the Recorders Court regularly ; he may, upon the approval of the Mayor, appoint deputies, to be paid by the city, who shall possess the same power and authority as the Marshal ; he shall arrest all persons guilty of a breach of the peace and violation of city ordinances, and bring them before the Recorder for trial : he may also perform all the duties of Collector of taxes, under the direction of the Common Council, and shall receive for the collection of such taxes, two and a half per cent, on the amount collected and paid over. Sec. 35. It shall be the duty of the City Attorney to attend to all suits, matters, and things that the city niay be intereste...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
STATE LAWS. State Treasury shall not be applied to the payment of btate indebtedness that may have heretofore accrued, except as is herein provided. Sec. 9. In addition to the ordinary taxes for general State purposes, there shall, this present year, and annually hereafter, until the principal and interest of said bonds to be issued shall be fully provided for, by payment or otherwise, as is hereinafter provided, there shall be levied and collected, in the same manner with the ordinary revenues of the State, and by the same officers, a special tax. to be called the Interest Tax, of fifteen cents on each one hundred dollars* worth of taxable property, which tax shall be collected and paid over into the State Treasury, in gold and silver only. The fund derived "from this tax shall be applied only to the payment of the interest to accrue upon the bonds herein provided for : Provided, however, that should said fund furnish a surplus over and above what is required for the ! payment of s...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 16 April 1851
PRICES CURRENT. CORRECTED FOR THE " DAILY UNION," BT J. B. STARR &amp; CO., Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, BRICK BUILDING, ON TOE LEVEE. ~ Bread — American Pilot 8a '_ 10 American Navy . . . : '60 8 Craskcrs — Bent's Water 14 a 15 Bent's Sugar 16 a 18 ■ " Butter — a '■■ .■'■ — " Fancy 20 a J. 22 Boots and Brogans — Dress Calf 25 00 a2B 00 large size, per doz $ — no nn Heavy pegged, large size. . 22 00 a 28 00 Long grained " ". . 30 00 a 32 00 Brogans, stout " ". . 13 00 al4 00 ! Coal-Anthracite, per ton 10 00 a 14 00 Smith's, per ton 3000 a 40 00 Sidney, per ton 14 00 a 16 00 do till us; — Heavy, . coarse, large sizes, sells for a fair advance on invoice — dull. Coffee — Green Rio, per lb 15 a Is£ Sandwich Island, per lb. . . 12 a 12% Roast and Ground do 14 a IS Candles — Sperm, per lb 37 a 40 Adamantine, do 32 a 40 Mould, do 11 « 10 Cordage — large, per lb. . 14 a 16 Manilla rope, small, do ... 20 a 22 Cigars— Havana, superior per M. . 40 00 a 55 00 Amer. (large sto...