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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 June 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, by J. B. Starr Sf Co . v. ill be sold — 1000 lbs light brown sugar, best kind 100 cases superior claret (warranted) 50 do ordinary do 50 bbls mess and prime pork 40 sacks barley 100 do corn 50 cases cognac brandy 10 do brandy fruits 2000 lbs Irish potatoes 4000 lbs sweet do 20 boxes sperm candles 25 do adamantine do 15 boxes saleratus 20 do yellow soap 10 tin cans cheese 15 ps floor matting. N. B. — The above mentioned articles are only a few compared with what we will have to sell this day, and those wishing to purchase and find a good assortment will do well |to attend the sale, for it will be without reserve to the highest bidder. It J. B. STARR S( CO., Auc'rs. On Wednesday, June 12, 1850, In front of store, at 10 o'clock a. m., by order of the Postmaster, 50,000 Newspapers from all parts of the world, and of the latest dates ; these papers are valuable to many persons, but according to the act of Congress t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 June 1850

AUCTION SALES. BRIG TARAJSTO AT AUCTION, By N. A. M. DUDLEY, Auction and Commission Merchant. Office on Front street, near City Hotel. T\7"ILL be sold without reserve, on Wednesday, June 12th, at 11 o'clock, a.m., the splendid A No. 1 brig Taranto, in complete running order, together with the annexed invoice of articles. She is only eight years old. was newly coppered eighteen months ago; is a fast sailer; perfectly tight, .aid altogether, one of the best and most seaworthy vessels now in port. She has two -ets sails, one entirely new. Any of the below named articles, can be purchased at private sale : 2 chain cables; 2 anchors; span blocks; carpenter's tools; paints, paint pots, brushes, &c; 1 Dutch compass; 4 compasses, (Lincoln's make;) harness cask; I superior chronometer; galley stove and apparatus, (Sargent's patent;) 1 copper magazine; 2 binacle tamps; I signal lantern; 4 charts; 1 Speaking trumpet; 161b caronade and fixtures; 500 lbs. shot for same; 2 flags; 1 se...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 June 1850

REAL C ESTATE FOR SALE. - FOR SALE: f '■'■ ( : JOT 8, square between L and M, "*"* and 4th and sth streets. ! : ■'<' . Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th and sth'ats. "" 7, : .. " . • M and N, and 4th and sth do. "•8, " M and N, and i3d and 4th do. "6, « N and O, and Ist and 2d do. '• 5, '• N and O, and 3d and 4ili do. " 5, '.«i O ar.d P. and 3d and f 4lli do. • " 8, ,» ; O and P, and 3d and 4th do. 8 lots between II and I, and "id and "ill streets. 50 " H and American Fork, and Ist and 10th streets. Lots l; 2, 3 and 4, square betw. I and J, and 1 6th and 7th stieets. ■ ", • ~r?z; Lot No. -2, M street, betw. 2d and. 3d, (east half. " 3, L street, between 3d and 4lh. ! M 1, M street, corner' lOtli. '. . ': " '• 4, M street, corner 11th. . -. '•' 1. Q street, corner 2d. 50 ten acre tracts on the American Fork east of 4th street. .„ 100 lots between II and: American Fork, east of 10th street.-: . ', .. ,r ■ Lot -20 by 75 on the alley between Ist and 2d, and J and X sts, ne...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 June 1850

The South American Fcre-ts — The forests of the Amazons not only cover the basin of that river, fiom the Cordillera of Chiquitos to the mountains of Parimo, but also its limiting mountain chains, the Sierra Dos Veitenteß and I'arima, so that the whole forms an area of woodland more than six times the s'»zc of France, lying between the eighteenth parallel of south lat tude and the seventh cf north; consequently, inter-tropical and traversed by the equator. According to Baron Humboldt, thu soil, enriched for ages by the spoils of the forest, consists of the richest mould. The heat is suffocating in the deep and dark recesses of these prim eral woods, where not a breath of air peuc tntes, and where, a tcr being drenched by the periodical rains, the damp is so excessive that a blue mist rises in the early morning among the huge stems of the trier, aird envelopes the entangled creepers stretching irom bough to bousjh. A deatlilik* stillness jrevails fiom Hinrise to Funsit; th«'n the thou...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 June 1850

NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! FUST received by the subscribers per •* ships Hannibal, Dan Wcb-ter and. Orion, roni Boston,' a splendid assortment of goods, dieted .expressly for this market, consisting ii part clear and mess pork, in 1 bis and ■if. I'bls; hams;, beans; Hour in half bhis; s"!il icas; dried apples, ii: bbls and kegs, cranbtr.ies, in bole, half bbls and kegs; bbjs pickled ucumbers, beets and cabbage; vinegar; sour i .rout; cheese; butter; rice; ground rice; tapioca; tomatos, in. cans; powdered herbs; pepperf; cocoa paste: sausages, in cans; hall and qr. bx raisins; crackers in cases; sperm canlies; Spanish cigars; drums dried cod fish; castana nuts; blank bonks; accordeons; wood .md cane bottom chairs; India rubber clothing, consisting of boots, caps, coats and gloves; house pumps; hoes; sheet : ead: zinr; salamander safes; platform and counter scales; house scales; wash bowls; tin plat s 1 ; out nails; ass'd hollow ware; cocoa .handled < sheath knives; shingling b...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 June 1850

For San Francisco. .TUNE ARRANGEMENT. STEAMEH SENATOR, Capt.J. VA FT PELT. j _^t ~**- j*i l ? ' ' "^ "■ Tiiis well , known' .jfijig/T^ >- -~- favorite steamer, pos'r^ l&» *~ r — 'ttc^^ messing; superior ac- ! >«K'4 Vb^l TTooV commodations, . will • v\^vX? A/i l»*ave her usual berth.' I feOLMbMiJiili*^* f °ot of K street, every -^^^'i^ i^cgi'y'ij:^~^^^-^ -Monday, Wednesday I " I gi*OfatTCLf%iiiiijil& and Friday afternoon. lat 2 o'clock precisely. For further particulars apiplv on b-a'd. -' '■•' \ .-.j ■■...■■■ : 'jo 24t ; Steamer Gold Hunter. ft This steamer, uii<*9U-^ S. Nv^-tN. \ " der command of Capt. •^TJvlM^v "vCI^nS. C ' *• Bre '«hani, will -I^«^R |kN^_^ leave Sacramento Civ\ Mw N// XSzf' \\\ ty f'"" San . Francis\3r> co, Tuesdays, Thurs--^^^t'Jj^l^--^^^^ days and Saturdays, J;k s l!=fc^^» * at 2 o'clock, p. k.. from bark Dnrion. toot of M street. Returning will leave San Francisro Mondays. Wednesdays and Frida...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 June 1850

FOR SALE. yHE subscriber offers to the public, to close an invoke per brig Te--•umseii, at the shore opposite J street, the ollowing: two houses, intended for hotels, 40 feet !»y 32, three stories, with painted Votits, sash, doors, window shutters, ceiling boards, locks, bolts, hinge*, and other materials in ull respects complete, with tin put together in lengths for roofing; also, one lioiipc irarne, with ull material complete, 20 by 40; ■»ne also, 20 by 30, viith a lot of scantling md 10,000 feet good quality boards, dressed on each side, and four scows; one put up 1 2 I y 25 and 12 by 30, suitable for hay scows. Apply on Loaid, or to WiM. S. BOULDRX, supercargo, or C. W. BEWLUY, je3 6teor* J street, near 6th. SAN FRANCISCO. BOOTS and SHOES, ,--, j^SbjHj LOrHING, ifi «P5~ HATS AND CAPS, J^» KELSEY, SMETtI & RISLEY, Importers, Manufacturers and D((tlers, Are constantly adding to their large and well assorted stock of the above named goods, and Shall be able in future to...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 11 June 1850

S AN F R A N CI S CO. Haven & JLivKJstoi^ CJAN FRANCISCO, in connection ■*f. with LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO., Nrw York, will receive, forward and insure Gold.Dust to the United States, Europe, &cj Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on NeW York, Boston and Philadelphia. .''v - ■ Packages and parcels takeu until the la. I ; test hour. Consignees' letters taken free HAVEN & LIVING&TON, ' Montgomery; street, one door south of sacramento street, San Francisco. apl.3m ADAMS & COS EXPRESS, for -<••*- New York", Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and all the principal towns in the United States. ' - Gold dust bought; also forwarded and in- ! sured to any of the above places, and bills of exchange given; in any sums to suit pur- : chasers. v. - /' : Our drafts in favor of parties residing; In New Bedford and the vicinity, are paid at the Merchants' Bank, New Bedford. - l , Gold dust and articles of...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 12, 1850. NUMBER 3G.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

Effect of California on the States. — The following able remarks, on the effect of California on the States, appeared in the N. Y. Herald: "We have been going ahead too fast in every thing, in our import trade and in the California business. The exaggerated accounts of gold receipts from California have given a great impulse to emigration to that country. The moral effect of the reports which from time to time reach us from the gold mines of California is bad, and the result of the movements now going ou must be injurious to the best interests of the country at large, and particularly fatal to the progress and prosperity of the city of New York. An enormous emigration to California is going on from the Western States. The bone and sinew of Illinois, lowa and Wisconsin and Missouri, are taking the over-land route to the El Dorado of America, and the populution of these States will, in another year, be sensibly reduced. The effect of this upon the value of landed property at the West,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

S. A. PEARIS. A. W. BROCKWAY. pEARIS & BROCKWAY, Gro- "?• cers and dealers in all. kinds of provisions and miners' supplies, No. 123 J street, be- , I ween Fourth "and Fifth. Ih^U their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also :-. ■ffound a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines BPd Paints. Particular attention paid to physiBfKau's prescriptions V- i-00 choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE En<jutre as above. a 27 3m , ['■■■"■'■' : George B>. Wsesle, BRICKLAYER AND BRICKMAKER, SACRAMENTO CITY, \ K7*ls prepared to contract for all kinds of work \in masonry. Having a good stock of bricks on hand, he is ready to erect fire proof buildings, build ovens, put up chimneys, set grates, or do anything in his line with which he may be favored. Residence, corner 11th and F. m293m Barton Lee, (Formerly Priest, Lee & Co) REAL ESTATE and banking office, • ■On the east side of Second St., between I and J. WHOLESALE DEALER IN Mf,| ? LUMBER AND HO USES.— A lib--cral rate ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

Warbass & Co., Successors to T. J. Henley & Co. and Field & 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, by sending the amount to W. & Co., with the ad dress of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rely on drafts being forwarded by first opportunity. To protect against loss by fire, \V. & Co. have purchased the large double safe formerly used by the Phoenix BanK of New York, and believe it to be the largest and most secure of any in California. THOMAS A. WARBASS, WILLIAM'S. HEYL, JOHN F. MORSE. References in Sacramento City — Hardin Bige!ow, Esq.; S. Brannan & Co.; ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

Charles C. Sackett, JUSTICE. OF THE PEACE Office of 2d street, near K. Takes acknowledgments of deeds and raortg a g es \ jes lm BEJVJ. F. WASHINGTON, NOTARY PUBLIC. AVING received his appointment -* from Gov. Burnett, under the act of the Assembly, creating and defining the duties ot Notaries Public, will give prompt attention to all business committed to his charge ; such is protesting notes, taking acknowledge, mentsof Deeds, \c, &c. .'^'- ; OFFICE — Up stairs, in the new bui din* of Forshee, Booth At Co , on J street, be"tween Third and Fourth. Sacramento City, May 11, 1859. [tf. Medical Par tnei ship. DOCTORS T. J. WHITE and C. *^ D. CLEVELAND have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, and have established an extensive Hospital, that will accommodate one hundred patients, on the corner of Ninth and L streets; where one of the partijs can always lie found, and the other at the count, ing room of Paul, White & Co. Dr. W...

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California as a t'ansc. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

California as a t'ansc. The present is the most remarkable period the world has ever been called upon to pass through. It almost seems that one-half the earth is c.iming forth from its torpor. What was the Pacific ocean, its islands and its shores, ten years ago? This is pre-emi-nently the age of emigration. Gold is the grand magnet of the vvoild. It is the spring of her new lite with which California is vaulting to the first stand among the states of the world. The nations are centering hith--erward. All bow the knee to her greatest monarch that sits enthroned among the hundred hills of the Sierra Nevada. The Americans can easily change their homes. They carry their I. earth stones with them. Their children clutch the "fragments of their play things" and follow along where the father treads before them. Forth over the plains they are coming to us by thousands. Where is the American's home? The sweet influences of his father's house hang loosely about him. Its magnetic associations,...

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The Meeting last Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

The Meeting last Evening. A large and enthusiastic meeting of our citizens assembled last evening, at the corner of Second and J streets, to take into consid- eration the tardiness of the Common Council in perfecting such measures as are absolutely required for the protection of our city and its inhabitants. Mr. J. S. Fowler was appointed Chairman and Jos. W. Winans, Esq., S jcretary. On motion, a committee of five was constituted to draft a set of resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting on the subjects before them* This committee consisted of the following gentlemen: Col. Zabriskie, C. A. Johnson, Esq., Dr. Morse, Mr. R. Gelston and . The committee reported the following preamble and resolutions: Whereas, The legal voters of Sacramento City, did, on flic 29th day of April last, authorise the City Councjl of said city to raise by taxation the sum of 8250,000 for the purpose of constructing 1 a public Levee ; and wherea», said City Council has not yet caused a survey to be...

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From San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

From San Francisco. Duel. — We learn that an affair of honor came off yesterday, near the Yerba Buena Ce.netery, between two citizens whose names we understand to he Tillotson and Keuney. The weapons used were pistols, and at the first fire, T. received his adversary's ball in the leg just above the knee. We are unable to give the particulars of the affray. Excursion to the Farralones.— The Gold Hunter went on a pleasure excursion yesterday to the Farralone Islands, with about a hundred guests, among whom were several ladies. It blew " great guns " nearly all the time they were outside, and the sea was so rough as to make "all hands and the cook" very sick and prevent a lauding. After hearing the roars of the seals or sea lions for fifteen minutes or more, the Captain " bout ship," and came back to the city, treating his passengers to a very fine dinner when they got into smooth water. We heard that one of the newspaper literati took a very large bag to gather the eggs of the sea fo...

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Communicated. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

Communicated. Mr. Editor : Those of us who were here previous to the fall of 1849, and who purchased and paid for city property under the title of Capt. Sutler, did so in good faith. We investigated the matter, and we thought we understood it. We thought we understood those just and equitable rules and usuages which every new community is compelled to adopt by common consent for its protection; but we also supposed we knew something of the rules and principles of law. We did not believe, after full inquiry, that upon either ground, we could sustain ourselves against the older and better title of Capt, Sutter. We knew that we had no title, and we were satisfied he had some title. — We purchased and paid for —we did not jump. Perhaps we erred —but if we did, we erred upon the side of equity and justice. Our faults leaned to virtue's side. At least, there was no pretence to charge us with mean selfishness, in attempting to take property claimed by another, who had, at least, the posses...

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From Stockton and the South. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 12 June 1850

From Stockton and the South. The last number of the Stockton Times has reached us,— from it the following are the only items of interesting intelligence to our readers : — The Tax.— The merchants and other residents of feonora met together on Friday last, to consider what measures it would be best to adopt m relation to the tax upon foreign mnimg. Dr. Dcaley was appointed chairnfl| and the meeting was addressed very ably V several gentlemen. It was unanimously tM solved that the tax was in direct contraven.^ tion of the American treaties with foreign nations— in direct opposition to the treaty with Mexico made at the close of the late war— i,v direct opposition to the Amencans m the San Joaquin district; and since the general belief was that the tax is so enormous the foreigners cannot pay it, Mr Hey denfelt be employed to take such legal measures as he may deem necessary to stop the proceedings of the collector. Several hun dreds of dollars were subscribed on the spot • and we have...

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