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Tlic Approaching Political Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
Tlic Approaching Political Crisis. We are driven into a contemplation of this subject from our knowledge of the past in part, but more particularly on account of communications which we have received from time to time from various contributors, and which are so unqualified in their charges of official corruption, that we cannot admit' them to our columns. We have seen enough to assure us that there is a pressing and imperative necessity for a very thorough and general changing of the official materials of our government. We have seen enough to convince us that electors in the State of California have yet to manifest a different interest in our general and municipal elections, if they desire to S6e the reputation of the country maintain a respectable position in the estimation of the world. We have not seen unequivocal evidence in respect to the corruption of individual officers. but we do know of circumstantial evidence, so pointed and irresistible in its indications of bribery and ...
Our Visit to the Pacific CJotliain. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
Our Visit to the Pacific CJotliain. We have been obliged unavoidably to neglect the complete expression of the thoughts that crowded our mind when visiting this great storehouse of commerce. We do not believe it possible that a scene will ever present itself to our mind more absorbingly interesting, more sublimely grand and indescribable, than the City of San Francisco. We do not care whether it is contemplated in respect to the natural excellences of the place, in its magnificent Commercial relations, or whether it be viewed through the medium of an electric growth, that makes it almost impossible to believe it the little town of "Yerba Bueno," in the centre of which, bui a few years ago, a fifty vara lot could be i ' purchased fora bottle of whisky. In either respect, it fills the vision with the elements of incomparable grandeur. But more especially does it rise up in lofty triumph over every indication of illimitable enterprise. The world knows nothing like j ' it, and never, do...
Mail Contracts In California. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
Mail Contracts In California. In addition to the list published yesterday, the bids for carrying the mails for the following routes have been examined by the mail agent, and the contracts awarded to those named, viz: Route 5078 — From San Jose City once a week, by San J©se Mission, and Martinez, to Benicia, and back, awarded to Joseph S. Watkins. 5079 — From San Jose City, once a week, by San Jose Mission and Livennores, to Stockton, and back, awarded to Joseph S. Watkins. 5080 — From San Jose City, once a week to Santa Cruz, and back — to Caldwell, Davis and P. Lard. 5081 — From San Jose City, once a week, by San Juan, to Monterey, and back — to Hall &amp; Caldwell. 5082— From Monterey, once a week, by Solidad, San Miguel, San Luis Obispi, Dana's La Puaissima, and San Ynez, to Santa Barbara, and back — to John Caldwell. 5084 — From Los Angeles, once a werk, by Buenaventura, to Santa Barbara, and back — to John Caldwell. 508G— From Los Angeles, once a week, by Santa Anna, Sa...
For the Union. The Rambler. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
For the Union. The Rambler. NO. V. "A time to laugh." — Bible. I am glad I can laugh, and when 1 find occasion to do so, I always embrace it in open effrontory to the straight-haired implication of clownishness by those who have undertaken to decide upon the regulations of etiquette: for I sec no more harm in shaking •my side?, than shaking my head or hand. — Fifty incontrovertible arguments might be adduced to prove the great utility of this ! practice, as it respects health, the features I and the ornaments of beauty. We never hear the poet chant the praise of the "ruby lip,* 1 without penetrating as far as the '"vow of corals" which he perhaps names "pearls." Now. pray tell me, how could he have so exactly described those invisible enchanters, if the angel of his fancy had never taken it into her head to laugh? In my speculations on the foiables of men and things. I shall take the liberty of laugh- : ing at eccentricity and peculiarity of character, whenever and wherever I find i...
CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. San Jose, April loth, 1851. IN SENATE. The Senate assembled at 10 o'olock, A. M. The absentees without leave were Messrs. Cook, Van Buren, Foster, Robinson, Warner and Adams. Mr. Crosby, from the Judiciary Committee reported back the bill concerning the office of State Printer fur the consideration of the Senate. The bill was laid on the table for the present. The President laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of State, transmitting a copy of a communication from J.Neely Johnson, Esq., U. S Commissioner, to take the Census of the State, with the following returns from 20 counties of the State: Trinity IjIJI Butte 4 ; ' Sb Yuba 19,032, Suiter 3,030 | El Dorado 20,785 Sacramento 11,000 Yolo 1,002 Napa "...•• 414 Sonoma SGI Mendoeino *G5 Mann •♦ 323 Solano 58() Calaveras 10,884 San Joaquin 4,40 Marinosa •• • • 000 San Francisco 21,0,00 Contra Costa .' '22 Santa Clara 3,505 Monterey 1,872 Santa Cruz • " 671 San LuisObispo - 830 Santa Barbara ...
BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
BY THIS MORNING'S BOAT. Through Freeman c&gt;i Co.'s li.xiircHs. The Senator arrived at her landing this morning at l^ o'clock bringing us the San Francisco papers, from -which we extract the following items: The Whigs of San Francisco have made the following additional nominations : For Assessors — Warren C. Norris, George Frank Lemon. For Recorder's Clerk— G. S. Pierson. The nominations (says the Picayune) for the Whig and Democratic tickets are full aw, we believe, with the exception of County Judge, on the Whig ticket, if that election is to come off on the 28th inst. The Whigs are to hold a meeting this evening to ratify the nominations made by their delegates. The Democratic City Convention met at tli«' Oriental last night, and continued in session until about three this morning, when the following ticket was adopted : Mayor, Frank Tilford; Recorder, G. W. Baker: Recorders Clerk. Thos. P. Johnson; Street Commissioner. Denis McCarthy: Marshal, Malachi Fallon: Treasurer,...
COMMERCIAL, RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
COMMERCIAL, RECORD. jicjioiiai jor me jji'.'.i'j L/iiti/n. Sacrasiciita Mai-Jtet, } Friday, April IS. 5 The day 1:::- been cool and somewhat unfavorable ir business. The sales have not been heavy and rive- have varied but little since yesterday. We note hams from 15 to 15ic; barley, 7c; new corn, 3 o 4c; rice, 4 to sc; Chili beans, good, 5Jc; brown ugar, 6.; to 6Jc; light Havana sugar, lOi to lie; preen coffee 1 1: grouud, 16; flour, -; : -"&gt; 75 per hundred rcight; butter, best article, 45 to 5 'c: clear pork, in talfl-bls, &gt;■!&gt; to $9 50. A fair amount of business has been done at retail o day.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. port of SAX FRAVCISCO. i Ariiveil, April — Steamer Goliah, La Vatt, 3 days from i Astoria^ j,i ( ' Minturn, cargo of mdx, 22 passengers, j Barque Aenry Kcl.-l-v, Sampson. 103 .- from Syd- ' ney, X s \Y, via J!:ii:itea, Society Ldonds, 3 passen- I gcre, to F W Sampson. Clear •'. Sehr Specimen, ll ubbard, Sgerajncnto; muster. Schr i i-_'!e. !'. 1! Sway, San Diego; Daily &amp; co. S.-!ir Win Coii. isonr.sy, Stockton; master. Slum, I V l!nn Iliiliii.-i.i] S:n-r:iini.|iliiT m:istnr. ■
PASANGERS [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
PASANGERS JVr Steamer Goliah —] [on Judge Hastings, LII A!!e:i. Lyiaaa Lewis. A Mitchell, C Frndenbnrg^ P Kantlctt* I; Flainorv, I) J..11v. Padre (inets. Joseph Swan, 1" P Birch, VV J Simpson^J - Ormoree, J W Hurt, F Hiiner, M Abranw, .1 l)nse:ibu:y, Samuel i\ note, I? IJriHim, St-o :kton, Huusaker, Roberts.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
GENERAL NOTICES. Mass Meeting of the Whigs. £3~A Mass Meeting of the Whigs of Sacramento County will be held on the evening of the 22d inst., at the Orleans [louse, Sacramento City, for the purpose 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 sfonday in May next. By order of the Whig Central Committee E. .1. C. KL'WEN, Chairman. A. C. Monson, Vice Chairman. James Queen, \ V/ .,. rA7 - J. A . Cdgswem., $ a w ' apl 4 7t gt}~ Sons of Temperance — Public Meeting The members of Pacific Star Division, No. 1, and ■ill other members of the Order, are requested to meet at the Division Room, on J street, near 4th, on f Monday evening, April 21st, at &lt;&lt; o'clock. At T : o'clock, after the business of the meeting is concluded, the Division will form a procession and march to the Congregational Church, where addresses will be delivered by several members o...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
AMUSEMENTS. TEHAMA THEATRE. Mr. Jas. Stakk and-Mns. J.H. Kibbt. .Managers. Stage Director Mr T S Campbell GREAT SUCCESS OF A GLANCE AT MEW YORK. THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, April 19th, Will be presented the successful fairy spectacle of THE FORTY THIEVES! Or, The Banditti of the Black Forest. To be followed by A Favorite Song by Miss. Montague To conclude with A GLANCE AT NEW YORK. Mose Mb. Daly PBICES — Private boxes: and dress circle £3 00 Boxes 2 00 Pit 1 (M) 49* Doora open at 7 o'clock. Performance commence at half past 7 precisely. ITALIAN OPERA. UNION THEATRICAL SALOON, J Street. Tin-: Italian CoMPAITO have the honor to announce their second and third Grand RffasieaJ P«-;-i"&lt;:ri:inj-.crs ON SATURDAY AM) SUNDAY EVENINGS, 19th and 26th April 1851. The be.-t acts of the celebrated operas of Xorma. F.ri'ani, 1 Lombardi, Linda, Gemma di Virgy, will be sung by Sig. Macbi, Sig. pEtuoßiui, and A. ;:&lt;i\i. apl9 It Brighton Race Course The Proprietors of the Brighton R...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
AUCTION SALES. - BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. THIS DAY, (Saturday. April 10.) at 10 o'clock a. M.. will be sold the fixtures of the '"iIULE IX THE WALL, consisting of all tiie Furniture, Dining Tables, Centre Tables, Lumps. Crockery ware, ( I lass ware, Cutlery, Mirrors, Settees, (hairs, Stoves, Cooking Itensils, &amp;c, &amp;c, &amp;C. Together with other articles not mentioned. *"ff" Male without reserve. i ' Terms, cash on delivery. upl6 4t J. B. STARB k CO., Am-Vs. BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. AUCTIONEERS. BRICK STORE, FRONT STREET. CA TA L O G UE SA LE. On TUESDAY, April 22d, 1851, there will be a catalogue sale at our auction room. tST Persona having good- to sell will please send in their invoices on Monday, the day previous to sale. apl9 J. B. STARB ie CO., Aue'rs. BY J. B. STARR &amp; CO. dX TUESDAY, will be sold— 50 jars Nitric Acid, 50 jar.- Oil Vilrol, 200 gallons &lt; &gt;il Vitriol. ap!9 .1. B. STARR Ci &...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. Soda and Mead. T^IIE undersigned having just received from New J. York all the materials and a complete apparatus for the manufacture of pore Carbonic Acid Water, are now prepared to furnish the public with a superior article of Iced Soda Water and Mead on draught, nt the St. Louis and Mississippi Drug Store, N. W. corner of 3d and .1 streets. AMES, COCHRANE &amp; CO., apls . Wholesale and Retail Druggists. "Crescent City." tThe enlargement of this House justifies the proprietor in reducing the price of Boarding and Lodging. Nevertheless there will be no falling off from the high reputation of the present establish-; ment. apl6 lm Notice. ALL storage left with Hensley, Reading &amp; Co., Jones &amp; Brown, or D. W. 'Brown, if not called for before the 15th day of April next, will be sold on that day to pay storage and other expenses. April 10, 1851. [apll swim] D. W. OWN. CHARLES C. lI. AGO. THOMAS U. GOODALL. C. C. PLAKG «S: CO., AUCTION &...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. "TRUE DELTA DEPOT," Tthama Block, Corner of Front and J streets, Sacramento City. JOSEPH GRANT, Agent, Jolin R. RUlgc, Traveling Agent. Till] True Delta is published at New Orleans, on JL the morning of the sailing of each Mail Steamer for the Pacific, and is compiled with a view to gratify 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 Supplied at Home Prices. N. B. The lending papers from every part of the Union, on sale immediately after the arrival of the mail, arrangements having been completed with Freeman &amp; Co., to express them hereafter from San Francisco at least one day in advance of the mail. / r Legalized Gold Coin exchanged for Gold Dust, in large or small sums, at the highest rates. " nib 19 tf iftfltftjitototeti ■ : r \ - . ; . gold DUST : GOLD DUST I ! LEGALIZED GOLD...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Daily Union — 19 April 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. HA VII. AH COS DRUG STORE, T. A. THOMAS, SUPERINTENDENT. .1 street, between 3d and 4th, north side. THE above company have just received from the JL States and now opened one of the largest and i most complete stocks of Genuine Drugs and Medicines, Perfumery, Fishing Tackle, Fancy Article* , I &amp;c, &amp;c, yet offered, which they will sell to theciti " zens of Sacramento and elsewhere, at wholesale an i retail, at lowest prices for cash. The Superintendent having been long engaged in ' the business, and having secured t&lt;he services of gentlemen perfectly competent to assist him, can with i safety to the community ask a liberal ah&amp;ra of public patronage. Physicians and Families can send Prescriptions , with the assurance of having them accurately and iiiulerstandinghj dispensed, day or night, at moderate prices. * ajil Miuvliix i. Unsiis, &amp;c. SUPEIUOK Razor* and Straps; superior old soap, (28 years old,) the b.. t ...