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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 June 1850

For San Francisco. - 1 JUNE ARRANGEMENT. J STEAMER SENATOR, Capt. J. VAN PELT. V -■ J4 ' -^ This well known a "'^^^t^^^v^^!- - 'favorite steamer, pos- c *^rSffl» r^""^ sessing superior ac- a ; v^. t'omrnodatious, will vrlk wIN/jSVtf' \S^v Jf * aye her usual berth, c and Friday afternoon, - it 2 o'clock precisely. For further particulars apply on board. '. '': " J " \ " 36 '24 1 . Steamer Gold Hunter. '"■K'-jjL V-^i> . ; This ; , steamer, un- j (^^^T\^\ ' ■ der command of Cap. , JV^ C' Brenham, will j I^WmJ^T~T^\V leave Sacramento C\- '<■ ts3s& 3^ i\3^ co ' Tuesdays, Thurs- <} "V* alld Saturdays, at : 2 o'clock, p. M.. from bark Dimon, foot of M street. . Returning', will leave San " Francisco Mondays, Wednes- , days and Friday.*, at 4 o'clock: p. M. . T. HUTCHINSON & CO., Agents. Sacramento City. June 4th. 1850. — jes It Law's Line Pacific Steamers. *m " The steamship CO- ' LUMBUS, Capt. J. B. Peck, will leave San A&lt...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 June 1850

|3IM^OFS^HwG^-Hav- "^ ing perfect arrangefHfts, the undersigned are prepared •to - finish Bills of Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe in sums to suit, and at the lowest rates. HENLEY, Mcknight & CO., my3o tf Bankers, Front st., near K BARK ELIZA. ALL persons having , storage on board the above vessel, are hereby informed she will remain at her "old, berth," foot K street, as a steamboat landing; and all articles left will be kept two years from this date, subject to the order of the owners, after which time they will be sold to pay . charges. je1 tf WATERS & BALL. SAN FRANCISCO. CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, KELSEY, SMITH & RISLEY; Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers, Are constantly adding to their large and well , assorted stock of the above named goods, and shall be able in future to supply their numerous customers with every kind of boots, shoes, clothing, hats and caps, manufactured and selected expressly for this market. Also o...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 14 June 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. Haven & Livingston, CJAN FRANCISCO, in connection with LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO., New York, will receive, forward and insure Gold Dust to the United States, Europe, &c. Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on New York, Boston and Philadelphia. Packages and parcels taken until the la test hour. Consignees' letters taken free HAVEN & LIVINGSTON, Montgomery street, one door south of sacramento street, San Francisco. ap1-3m 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 insured to any of the above places, and bills of exchange given ' in any sums to suit purchasers. Our drafts in favor of parties residing in New Bedford and the vicinity, are paid at the Merchants' Bank, New Bedford; Gold dust and articles of value received on deposit for safe keeping. Office Montgomery street, between sacrar. me...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 15. 1850. NUMBER 3 9.

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Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

Correspondence of the Sacramento Transcript. Oregox Bar, North Fork, ) June 12,1850. \ Messrs. Editors: What a change has taken place, and what change has been taken from this place, since my first visit one year since. Then the digger packed his plunder, either on his back, or had it transported by teams, and fortunate was he if this point was reached in three days from the " Embarcadaro." Now he throws his pick, shovel and blankets into a comfortable r;oach, and seating himself, is whirled over the plains, and rolled over the hills, (not upset,) reaching this place in a few hours, indulo. ing, (by the way,) if he chooses, in a milk punch, concocked by fairy hands, or demolishing a quarter section of as excellent pie as a N. Y. pastry cook could furnish. And even after your arrival you are astonished to find pork and beans nowhere, but in lieu therof an excellent hotel, and if you arrive on Sunday, the following bill of fare will be found on your plate at dinner — Soup, boiled salm...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY \ ;<j vv» :• ; EXCEPTED, ' , Vj ft p BY FITCH, UPHAH & CO. '\ «. KENTOJf FITCH, ;..; r S. C. tJPIIAM, [ \ X*. c. EWER, , . . n. S. WASEEX, ' \ 'X' : ~ !l THEODORE HCBSELL. :» K. A.' PEARIS. " " A. W. BROCKWAY. pEARIS & BROCKWAY, Groi **• cers and dealers in all l kinds of proviI sions and miners' supplies, No. 123 . J street, beLiween Fourth and Fifth. . . , . . B|^ At their Drug store, nearly opposite, may also fcsMfc found Ia : full » assortment of Drugs, Medicines Hrad Paints. Particular attention paid to physiT^Pcian's prescriptions. :i Ql »:/iriri ■.' .. • 100 choice TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Enquire as above. ' a 27 3m -' George D. IVaesrle, BRICKLAYER AND BRIGKMAKER, '\r-\i wij SACRAMENTO CITY, 'j^SHi*! | , Q^-Is prepared to contract for all kinds of work \ in masonry. r Having a good stock of bricks on \ band, he is ready to erect fire proof buildings, build ovens, put , up chimneys, set grates, or do 1 "anything ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

hlir.-'.'i: -■■•■.■T( arbass- 1 & C 0, .. r . *}. Successors to T. J.Henley if, Co. and Field & Co , BANKERS, . - 1 ' Exchange Brokers and Real Estate Agents, . Corner of Second and J sts., Sacramento City. •' pXCHANGE for sale on N. York, -"--■. Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. ' • ; Gold dust bought: re. 1 . . ;. yj ;; ;;j .> ■ Drafts and bills collected. . Real Estate bought, sold and leased. . Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United . States. ..-., . . c , _ . 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, W. & Co. have purchased the Targe 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, WI...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

, ;-;' NOTARY PUBLIC. ' TTAVING received his appointment from Gov. Burnett, under the act ol the A Assembly, creating and defining the duties oi , Notaries Public, will give prompt attention to all business committed to his charge : such as protesting notes, taking acknowledge, ments of Deeds, '. Ac, &c. . . , OFFICE — Up atairs, in the new bui'ding of Forshee, Booth 6c Co., on J street, between Third and Fourth, ; " . Sacramento City, May 11, 1850. [tf, D Medical Partnei ship. C. OCTORS T. J. WHITE and C. ■ *-T D. CLEVELAND have « associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, and have established an extensive Hospital, that will accommodate j one hundred patients, on the corner of Ninth and L streets; where one of the parties can always tie found, and the other at the counting room of Paul, White & Co. ■'"■ ■.■ ;. : Dr. White's personal attention will, at all times, be devoted to such eases as maybe j entrusted to his care. I lv!...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

Gold near San Jose. — A- few days ago we noticed ;he iact of gold having been found iti the coast range, son.c five miles from San Jose. Orlando McKnight, Esq., returned to this city yesterday, having recently visited the section in which the discovery was made. He has several pieces of the ore, in which gold can be 6een in small specks. The State Assayer has made experiments on some specimens sent him, and declares them worth 874 cents per lb. The extent of these mines is unknown. The gold is found in the side of the mountains, and investigations are going or. in them, by the sinking of shafts. A company has purchased three leagues for the purpose of mining. We do not understand how the mineral lands can be sold, but presume some Spanish or Mexican grant is all the title given. Ore from this place can be seen at the Gutter Hotel. Olympic Circus — Mr. Moor's appeal to the public was not forgotten by his many friends on Thursday evening. The house ti as crowded throughout, and the ev...

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Communicated. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

Communicated. Messrs. Editors: Having, as I must think, sufficiently discussed those questions in reference to the identity of the land intended to be conveyed, the next inquiry that naturally arises is this: What sort of title did Capt. Sutter acquire under the grant— inchoate or complete? That he acquired some sort of title there can be no question. The law presumes that when persons or governments make grants they mean something—they intend to convey some right, or else they do a very idle, and useless thing. Parties always intend something, when they put themselves to the trouble of drawing up solemn documents. There is generally no joke in such transactions. It is true, that in some rare instances, written instruments are held to be void for uncertainty, where it is impossible for the court to know what the parties do mean or intend. But the case before us it not one of these. That the Governor of the Department of California had the right and the power to make grants of land, ...

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San Francisco Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

San Francisco Intelligence Wonderful. — One of the most remarkable phenomenon of the season occurred yesterday afternoon. It was noticed by every observer of the wonderful gy rations and freaks of nature. The wind died away early in the afternoon and has not risen again up to t/.e present writing. It i s to be hoped that old Boreas has turned over a new leaf and resolved to cease his railing. He may, however, have simply stopped to mend his draught or wet his whistle. It is imagined, however, that he has seen the error of his ways. — [Alta Cal. More News.— The steamer Tennessee, having been advertised to leave on the 27th u lt, from Panama, we may reasonably look for her on Sunday or Monday next, with ten days or two weeks later intelligence from the eastern world,— [Alta Cal, Fourth of July. — We are happy to see that the anniversary of our Nation's Independence is to be celebrated in an appropriate manner. Sacramento City owes this to herself, and the ancient and honorable order o...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

Sax Francisco.—-The difficulties between the people and the Common Council at San Francisco still continue. A committee, appointed at the great mass meeting last week, waited on the Board of Aldermen Friday^ evening, and presented the resolutions adopflj ed by the people. The purport of those *5| solutions was, that the system of . taxation about to be adopted by the city anthorities was impolitic and oppressive —that the office of Alderman was a post of trust and honor, and not of profit; that should the Common Council persist in voting themselves salaries of six thousand collars each, that body would I place itself in a position antagonistic to the people, and would call forth popular dissatisfaction, such as would render all taxes difficult of collection, deprive the city of revenue, 'and still further embarrass its bankrupt treasury; that if the high salaries were allowed,taxation would be so oppressive as to retard the growth, obstruct the commerce, and cripple the city in its ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

FOR RENT, fpHE Rooms at present occupied by the Sacramento Transcript. Possion given immediately. Apply at this office.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

"C^OR SALE —On reasonable terms, Valuablt Town Lota, in various parts o^ the city. R. GELSTON, jels tf corner J and Third streets. totxet; A LARGE stack of new buildings "^*- on the east side of 2d street, between J and X street, very suitable for a Hotel or large Boarding House. Enquire of je!s tf Dr. CARPENTER. NOTICE. A RARE CHANCE is offered to a ( peison desirous of opening a Restaurant and Eating House. Enquire at the Veranda, on the Loyce, between M and N sts. lt* TJLB6OLUTION.— The copartnership heretofore existing under the name and firm of Young-, Smith fy Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent; the interest of W. C. Young having been bought out by the remaining partners, by whom the businew will be continued, under the name and firm ofW. C. SMITHS CO. ! Marvsville, May 13. IPSO. je!s 3t CUYDA~M~&"GALLOWAY, re- _ tiring from business, will sell their en^j tire stock of g-oods, together with the building^ they occupy, This Day, (Saturday,) June 15th, ! 185...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

Henley. McKniglit& Co., ■- Banking, Exchange, Deposit and Discount . Office, Front st., next door to Sutter Hotel. : ..,.«, THOS. J. H ENLEY, lndiana. - O. Mcknight, Ohio. ''::■& L^niy3Q i.tjr," s:c.- Hastings; iowa; '•:'?„"., tf S.C. HASTINGS, lowa. & Co. RETTYMANTBARROLL & Co. UCTION f COMMISSION MERCHANTS, : AND GENERAL DEALERS, i( :; :,,.' ; X street, near 'Second; . Sacramento' City,/ Keep constantly oii hand a large stock of goods suitable for Miners. : "" ; - ■ »■"■ ."-.'•.; .>'..* ,; v ij. ; . -'*'- Real Estate,- Lumber, &c, sold at Auction. . j .Auction sales. Mondays" and Fridays.. al6-3m* I W. M. ORMSBY. ..-'. „, J H. CULVfcR. ::.: Ornisby '■'&^ Culver, I ■•-> r REAL ESTATE MARKET; . fc I r i, Fourth street, between J and X streets,- -\ Auction sales every Saturday at 10 o'clock .1 ■"■'- •"'. Houses and Lots for rent. r . jc4 lm AUG. M. HESLEP. .. BIGELOW. - Vw : Heslep &...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

THE COLUMBIA HOTEL, Situated on Second street, between land J, J. C. PARKS, PROPRIETOR. Breakfast from 7 to 9; Dinner from 1 to 2; Supper from 6 to 8. je6 lm CITY HOTEL., Front street, between I and J streets, SACRAMENIV CITY. O" The patronage of the travelling public is very respectfully solicited. Newspapers lrom the East, of the latest dates, kept constantly on hand. Boarding by the day and week. The charges will be reasonable. apB 3m Slitter Hotel. Corner of First and X st., Sacramento City, nnHE undersigned would inform the public that he is now ready to accommodate all who may tavor him with iheir patronage, v on reasonable terms. ORLANDO McKNIGHT. N. B.— TO RENT-McKnight's Ameri can Hotel on X st. my 9 3. a American River Hotel, By DAVID W ALDRICH, 'X'HIS new and commodious house, with furniture new throughout, is now open for the reception of boarders. The house is situated at the nmuth of the American riv«t, upon the highest ground ; and in point o health, comfort and conve...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

NOTICE. i'rpjrlE TEHAMA THEATRE will • • ; -"7/, bb re-opened ■ on Monday Evening, June ■ 17th. r Season Tickets may be obtained trom |jWr. McCracken,at the City Hotel, jel s if J> Rone's Olympic Circus, > i At the New Pacific Theatre, on M strict. . BENEFIT OF SENOR LEVERO. . THIS EVENING, JunS 15th, ! The performance will commence with a Gram Indian Entree in full costume led by Mr and Mr " Rowe. Th« l Hungarian Brothers.; will appear. Comic song by Mr Fairchild • •Master Rafael in r , dashing act of horsemanship. Cachucha by Senor ; jLeveio; Grand Tight Rope Dancing by M. an • Mad. Levero; Temperance Lecture by Mr. Fai , child, Mr. Rowe will introduce his Trick l»on I Bobby. The whole to conclude with the laugha hie afterpiece of a New, Mode of Cooking, or the moving statue. • .' " • - :., Price of Admission — Dress circle and par(uette. second tier,' .$2. ... >..■; <'. r..^' Doors open at half past seven, and performance •o commence pr...

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