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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. ,/SAS^m FRE EMAV «CO*B EXPRESS, CONNECTING WITH ADAMS j<jMl^S|iL & CO. to New Orleans, New York, = *~ Boston, and all the principal cities and towns in the Atlantic States. Gold Dust forwarded and insured against all risks. Freeman & Co. alone are authorised to draw Bills or Exchange in Sacramento City on Adams & Co., who have offices in every State in the Union. They transmit Treasure, Letters, Packages, &c, daily, between San Francisco, Sacramento and Marysville, by the steamers Senator, New World and Gov. Dana, having safes in their Express rooms on board, which are accompanied by faithful and experienced messengers. The Express for the Atlantic States closes in Sacramento City on the 11th and last day of every month. Legalized Coin exchanged for Gold Dust. OFFICES : Sacramento— between and K. San Francisco— At Adams & Co's, Marysville — Maiden Lane, corner Second st. ml 9 j^a-^jjj PALMER &...

Publication Title: Sacramento Daily Union
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. BOOK STORE. FORREST & 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 post: Tissue, blotting and wrapping. Account Books. Half bound journals, ledgers, records, cash and invoice books; Full. bound do do do do do; Russia bound do do do do do; Quartos, memorandums, paper and leather covers. Views. Coloma, embracing site of the first discovery ol Streets and full views of San Francisco; [gold; View of Sacramento; Disappointed Lumber Merchant; The Grand Masquerade, &c, &c. Miscellaneous Works. Colton's Three Years in California: Shakspeare's works, in different bindings; Byron a do; Moore's do; Chambers' Encyclopedia of English Literature; Daguerreotype of Foreign Miscellany; Howitt'a Journal; Bulw'er's works in splendid binding; "Walker's 1 >ict*onary. Spanish Books. Ollendorff 's Grammar and Key; The Spanish Te...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. LITERATURE I LITERATURE 1 1 JUST received at the "Tiue Delta" Detot— Harper's, Codey's. Graham's, International and lilackwood's Magazines. Ilenry Smeaton — James' last. EBaek Tulijt — Dumas' la*t. Ladder of Gold— Robt. Bell's last. 1 )avid Copperfteid — l?oz's but. The Convict — Ned Buntline's last. Mother's Recompense, Josephine, &c. &c. Olcndorff's Spanish Grammar and Key. Express Riders and Retail Venders supplied at wholesale prices. JOSEPH GRANT, ml 9 Tehama Block, corner Front and J sts. K< foi ni« <l Pi-ac-tlcv of Mfcllclnc. DR. JUSTIN GATES, (Of the Botanico- Medico Collect, Cincinnati, Ohio,") HAS made a permanent location in Sacramonto city, on X street, between 3d and 4th streets, where he will give his exclusive attention to the Scientific Botanic System of Medical Practice. Dr. G. assures the public that, from his past experience in California, he has been able to treat with success the various forms of bili...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

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Crr Visit to Colomn. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

Crr Visit to Colomn. There is notion : more essentially important to a progressive ami elevated tone of business, than the occasional appearance and electric movements of such a man as J. T. Little has proved himself to be. Bat the most unfortunate ami cruelly severe result, is too oil ■!! the bankruptcy and total ruin of the leading spirit. For a while he can support a public feeling'of enterprise adequate to the carrying out of ever}* scheme projected by his genius, but ultimately he is almost certain to fail. The slightest adversity casts a gloom upon his operations, through which, first, bis enemies (for such men must have enemies I perceive indications of failure, and in a very disinterested way they point out the cloud to his friends, whose visions once affected by the sight, become insensible to any light which before had irradiated the pathway of their brilliant leader in business. Losing the countenance and support of friends, living in a constant atmosphere of Suspicions, ...

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Captain Jclm A. Suiter. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

Captain John A. Sutter. We were much gratified the other day !with a visit from this Hyperion of benevolence — this exquisite delineator of the refined and delicate graces of gentility. How a man of such moral and social sympathies as irradiate the character of John A. Sutter could have immured himself so long in the unsettled valleys of Sacramento, is a problem we can only solve upon the ground of an entrancing climate, and submission to an obvious providential design. But however inconsistent, seemingly, such a course of life was to the natural taste and social inclination of the man, yet to tho Government of the United States was it a favor the limits of which will run parallel with the History of the vast Republic. And we cannot conceive a fame— we have no inklings of a reputation more to be desired — we know of no achievements the gleams of which would move kindly illume and gratify a reflecting mind, than the fame, the reputation, the achievements of this generous man, whose i...

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From the Southern Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

From the Southern Mines. We clip the following mining news from the Southern Mines, from the Public Balance : At Carson's Creek, the. miners arc doing j but little, the placers seeming to have alto- j gether failed. The same may be said of the j diggings in the Coyote flats. At Bayou j Siete, much better success attended their j operations, and the diggers were enabled to realize tolerably handsome wages. !C -'„ At the Douglas Flats, the daily yield to those who worked steadily, would average from half an ounce to an ounce per day, uutil the last rains, which fell so heavily that the holes were all filled up. and the miners, in consequence, were obliged to abandon their labors, and seek gold in the ravines and hill sides. At Murphy's Diggings, the -canal company' were not realizing more than fair wages. New diggings were recently found on the top of a hill, about midway between Douglas and Murphy's Diggings. Miners were flocking thither from all quarters. Mike McGee, the pugilist, w...

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Mall Contracts In < uiil.u nln. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

Mall Contracts In &amp;lt; uiil.u nln. Special Agency Oftic, ) San Francisco. April. 14. 1851. \ Messrs. Editors : As a reply to the many . inquiries addressed the undersigned, you are j requested to publish the subjoined list of the names of those whose bids for mail transpor- : | tation have been accepted. Respectfully yours. JAMES M.GOGGIN. Route 506] I Geo. W. Aspinwall. Wm. H. 11 5062) Aspinwall and .las. Blair. • " 5063 Hall &amp;amp; (randall. :&amp;gt; 5064 Slocumb &amp;amp; Morse. " 500") G. S. &amp;amp;L. P. Ormsby. " 5066 A. Woodward &amp;amp; Co. 11 5007 Smith &amp;amp; Case. " 5068 A. W lward &amp;amp; Co. i; 5009 J. S. &amp;amp;E. G. Perkins. ' ; 5070 John S. Wilsey. il 5071 11. C. Montgomery. » 5073 ° J " 5074 Smith &amp;amp; Case. " 5075 " 5076 Oliver P. Reed. ' ; ")fl~7 Nathan Coombs. We extract the above from the San Francisco Courier of Wednesday. The routes may be understood by the following : f,!Hil — From San Francisco da...

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Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

Common Council. Thursday Evening, April 17th. Council met pursuant to adjournment. The minutes of the last meeting were read 1 and approved. A petition from Capt. W. C. Waters, pray, ing for the privilege of erecting a platform for landing and discharging freight from Steamers ; New World and Senator. Referred to a special committee, consisting* of Messrs. Berry, Watson and Knccland. A petition was received from Messrs. Prcscott &amp;amp; Dyer, asking the council to rescind a resolution authorizing the sale of lumber on the public square — passed at the last session ;of the council. The resolution was rescinded, and the prayer of the petition granted. A -petition was read from Julius Wctzler asking $3000 for damages sustained by the j construction of the Levee. Laid on the ta- ' ble. A bill from Colville &amp;amp; Co., for rent for i Harbor Master's Office for four months, j amounting to $300 was presented. Referred ' to finance committee. The bill of E. S. Youmans, city und...

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CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. % San Jose, April 14th, 1851. j IX SEBATS. Mr. Robinson from the select committee to whom had been referred a bill to amend an act concerning corporations, reported it with a recommendation that the amendments of the Assembly be concurred in. The report was accepted and the bill laid on the table. The special order of the day being Assembly bill to regulate proceedings in the courts of justice in this State it 'was taken up, the amendments proposed by the Judiciary committee in part adopted and the bill laid on the table. The Senate took a recess until 7 o'clock. EVENING SESSION. Assembly's concurrent resolution for the election of physicians to the State Hospital at Sacramento City on Wednesday next was at the instance of Mr. Robinson laid on the table till the bill had been approved by the Governor. The remainder of the session was spent in the further consideration of the amendments proposed by the Judiciary committee to Assembly's bill to regulate proceed...

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Piivatv Coliiasrc. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

Piivatv Coliiasrc. Annexed is a copy of the net upon Private Coinages, introduced in the Senate on Friday last by Col. Miller, and which passed the Assembly on Monday, without amendment: See. I. Any person or company who shall make, or cause to be made within this State any piece of gold or silver, whether pure or alloyed, in the form of Coin or otherwise, and intended or calculated to circulate as money shall be held responsible to the holder thereof, for the marked value thereof, or the rate at which such coin is uttered, and shall on presentation redeem nil such coins at such rate, with legalized coin of the Tinted States. ' Sec. 2. If any person making or uttering such coins, shall refuse or neglect to redeem the same in the manner prescribed in Sec. 1, he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be liable to be punished on conviction, in each case, by fine not less th*an $500, nor more than S"&amp;gt;.non. or imprisonment for not less than six months nor more than...

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COMMERCIAL RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

COMMERCIAL RECORD. Reported for the Daily Union, Sacramento Market, &amp;gt; Thursday, April 17. 5 The weather to-day has been coal. The streets, in consequence of the rain yesterday, heavy. But trade has been very brisk at retail ami heavy at wholesale. We quote as follows : Lard, superior, 14 to ]■%, brisk sales; butter extra, 40 a -tie per lb, heavy do; middling do, 25 to 27 dull; smoked shoulder*, &amp;amp; to 7, brisk; canvassed do' »i to 9, doll; family cured hams,: good, Uh to 16c busk; clear pork in half bins. "8$ to 9, heavy sales'; dried beef, superior, U| to 12, &amp;amp; low; dried apples, 8$ a 10^ doll; cow meal SW ? et ' 4 * a5 5 port wino,good, £IGS to $] 60; whisky, i., v,!,. $1 65 to $1 417: do in kegs *1 55t0 SI GO, dull; cognac brandy, $1 40 to f 1 60, dull; Marseilles sugar, sto 6, brisk*; Stuart's loaf sugar, m tins, m to 1% do crushed, 13 to 14; do powdered, 12J to 15, dull; Goshen cheese, 12 to !•&amp;gt;, dull; barley, 7c, rapid sales; corn, 5...

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BY THIS MORNINGS BOAT [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

BY THIS MORNINGS BOAT P &amp;gt;«.!;!» Freeman «X Co.'s Express. The Senator arrived at her wharf this j morning at 2 o'clock. We arc indebted to the punctual Express of Freeman &amp;amp; Co. for Oregon and San Francisco exchanges. Messrs. Baldwin and Barley, the manufacturers of " Baldwin's Coin," left in steamer Panama on Tuesday for the Atlantic States. Great excitement existed at Napa City on : account of the non-execution of the sentence against McCaulej, the murderer of Justice Sellars. He was to have been executed on Monday last. Oregon. steamer Goliah arrived at the Bay from Oregon, on yesterday morning, in 65 hours fiom Astoria. Hugh D. O" Bryant has been elected Mayor | of Oregon city. by a majority of 4 over J. S. ; ' Smith. " ; The coal recently found has been tried on one of the steamers, and is pronounced to be J of the first quality of stone coal. ] William Kendall, who killed William ' Hamilton, near Salem. Oregon, is to be ■ hanged at Salem to-day.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

GENERAL NOTICES. LADIES' FAIR! &amp;amp;3" The Ladies of Sacramento City will hold a FAIR at Lee's Exchange, on the evenings of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, of this week. The citizens of Sacramento and adjoining towns are respectfully invited to attend. The proceeds will be applied.' to the liquidation of the debt of the Presbyterian Church. MRS. T. J. WHITE, President. Mis* MaBOARET Perry, Secretary. ap!6 3t : . i Mass Meeting of the Whigs. JOrA Mass Meeting of the Whigs of Sacramento County will be held on the evening of the 22d inst., at the Orleans House, Sacramento City, for the pur- \ pose of ratifying the nominations for City 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. MoNSON, Vice Chairman. James Qceex, &amp;gt; Sm , t!l , f ,. \- J. A. (-OGSWKI.I... \' y '■■ ■" ' np!4 it £2' Sons of T&amp;...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

AMUSEMENTS. TEHAMA THEATRE. GLANCE AT NEW YORK, FOR THE BENEFIT OF "LITTLE COAD." THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, April ISth, The performance will commence with the play of LEND ME FIVE SHILLINGS. GOLIGIITLY Me. Coad Song "Field of Monterey" Mr. Daly After which, ; Fnl:it Heart lever Won Pair t,ntly. Rut Gomez Mr. Stark Duchess de Toncnucva Mbs. Kikuy • , To be followed by A Ballad by Miss Montague Overture ■ • •-. "Fra Diavolo" To conclude with A GLANCE AT NEW YORK. Mosc Mr. Daly Harry Gorgon " Co.yd Li/.e Mrs Bcbrill PRICES — boxes and dress circle s3 00 Boxes 2 00 Pit 1 00 Ci&amp;gt;~ Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7 precisely. 5 TONS "pure" White Lead, 200 boxes French and American window glass, 1000 lbs putty, in bladders, Also, a full assortment of paints, oils, turpentine, brushes, glaziers' diamonds and gold leaf, constantly on band and for sale by CARPENTER &amp;amp; BLANCIIARD, aplS J street, between 3d and 4th. 1.1 DOZEN Collins Axes, "Yankee pa...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY J. B. STARR &amp;amp; CO. AUCTIONEERS. BRICK STORE, FRONT STREET. \X;&amp;gt; r -J&amp;lt;?'v "';*; '"Ii; ~~r'' ■ ■'' "■ ""!;;:&amp;gt; ;, Will be sold at auction, THIS DAY, (Friday,) the 18th inst, at ten o'clock, the -following invoices, just received per recent arrivals — [ W F ll] 208 20 pair city made boots 8-12 218 24 do do do 7-11 226 24 do do do " ■ 16 inch 255 24 do do do 6-11 275 24 do do do M 276 24 do do do " 277 and 279 43 do wax red bottom boots, 6-11 280 24 do white do do " 282 24 do men's grain do 7-11, 292 24 do red bottom do 6-11, lGin 233-4-5 &amp;amp; 288 : : t; do wax white &amp;amp; red bottom boots 287 18 do city made boots, (&amp;gt;-ll 290 19 do "do do - 7-11, 18 inch 292 24 do red bottom do 6-11, 16 inch 297 60 do men's thick brogans, (i-11 304 50 d» do do do :!l(i 42 do city made do " 313 and 319 91 do 'do do 324 60 do do do 354 60 do calf buskins 374,375,380 150 do youth's thick brogans 381 and 382 10!) do kip...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

AUCTION SALES. BY C. C. FJLAGG &amp;amp; CO. C. C. FLAGG, AI'CTIOXEER. FRONT STREET, NEAR L. | THIS (FRIDAY) MORNING, at 9 o'clock, we i &amp;gt;vill sell, at our sales-room — 85 § bbls corn meal 2t) do vinegar 37 kogs port wine 18 bob M:p dried apples lo do do do peaches 100 tins English dairy cheese 50 dozen brooms ID cases boots 68 kegs naild ;&amp;gt;•'• h\s salasratua 20 kegs leaf bird 18 j bbls pickles 2 cases .N V boiled mutton 2 do do sausages 2 do do lobsters 2 do do sou]) dc boulion. ALSO — Will be sold on account of whom it may concern — . 14 i bbls pickles, slightly damaged 5 bbls hams 6 do kront. 6 J'Salc to commence at 9 o'clock. aplB Notice. ALL storage left with Ilenslcy, Reading &amp;amp; Co., I .'ones &amp;amp; Brown, or D. W. Brown, If not called i for before the loth day of April next, will be sold on that day to pay storage and other expenses. April 10, 1851. [apll swim] D. W. BROWN. CHARLES c. FLACK). THOMAS 11. GOODALL. C. C. FLAGG it CO., ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 18 April 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. "TRUE DELTA DEPOT," Tihum i Block, Corner of Front and J streets, Sacramento City. JOSEPH GRANT, Aj;cnt, John R. Ridge, Traveling Agent. THE True Delta is published at New Orleans, on X the morning of the sailing of each Mail Steamer for the Pacific, and is compiled witlfcaviewto &amp;lt;jr:Uifv the tastes of people from every part of the world. It has had an existence of only one short year, yet its circulation in California is three times" as great as that of any other paper published in the Union. Express Riders Svpplttd at Home Prim. N. 15.— The leading papers from every part of the Union, on sale immediately after the arrival of the mail, arrangements having been completed with Freeman &amp;amp; Co.. to express them hereafter from San Francisco at lea.-t one day in advance of the mail. Ke* Legalized Gold Coin exchanged for Gold Dust, in large or small Minis, at the highest rates. lull II . ? ? P f 9 3 v 5 GOT,I&amp;gt; DUST.' GOLD DUST! I LEGALIZED G...

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