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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. This Day, at 10 o'clock A. M., By J. B. Starr Sf Co., corner of X and Front street, will be soid— Chili flour Oregon do Mexican do Mess pork Prime do Irish potatoes Sweet do Buxes cheese, good Iteans and peas Butter in kegs Lard in cans Sperm candles Adamantine do Cases Brandy Cases claret Pickles in kegs Heavy boots, pr case Fishing net«, And a general assortment of desirablt goods not men.ioned in the bill above. — also — A lot of Lumber and House Frames, jc 1 5 It JJ3. STARR & CO., Auc'rs. AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE in SACRAMENTO CITY. By J. B. Starr Sf Co, Auctioneers. On MOSDAY, June 17th, 1850, at 10 o'clock, in front of siore — 1 Lot 2t)xGo. S E corner of lot No. 1, in blockbetween J and X, and 3d and 4th streets, fronting 20 feet on the alley; together with the building ihereon. a substantial frame, 15x40, wiih cooking stove, dishes, crockery, cutlery, &c, sufficient to cook for twenty persons. 1 Lot 20...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. | ggwi^g . FOR SALE: ■; npa*Mj;| T OT :8, ; square between L and M, ■*"■ and 4th and sth streets. iii '■ Joiv in n hi \ 3 Lot 5, square betw. M and N, and 4th. and sth at*. " I. " " J ' '-■;' M and N, and 4th and sth do. • " 8,. , • « -:j M and N, and :3d and 4th do. "^6....... «■.. ; N and O, and Ist. and 2d dv. .5i .. „;.< N and G, and 13d and -!th do. • " 'S,->.v.i< :;«« /;: o-ar.d P. and. 3d and 4th do. 0 I 8 > ' ' ; - r '° nd P, and 3d and 4 '« do. » lots between H and I, »and ; 3d ; and ! 7 ih streets. 11 50 -. f "-"..-; j. , H and i American Fork, and Ist ' and 10th streets. . . ; : , ': -•"' •■-■"■' Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, square bctw. I and and ! Oth f and 7th streets. •• :i -;'■'■ ' ■<'•- iB(&h"& Lot No. 2, M street, betw. 2d and 3d, (east half. -•'"■•-. 3, L street,' between 3d and 4th. "--"^J .:? ;IO > ':■• v; ' 1, M street, corner lOthi , ,: ;;f ' " 4, M street, c...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. March of Mormonism. — Recent accounts from St. Louis, inform us of the arrival there, of four hundred English Mormons, who are preparing to journey westward, into the country of the singular people whose peculiar religion and Habits they have embraced. Some peisons may wonder that the English supply recruits to the Mormon 1 ranks ; but when it is remembered that the northern and central parts of Great Britain, and portions of Wales, have always contributed largely to swell the number of converts to any new religious enthusiasm, and that the Mormon elders, from this country, are continually visiting England in search of proselytes, all surprise will abate. In fact, we shall begin to look about at such a curious process in colonizing, and to ask, where will Mormonism end ? What are to be tho political results ? How far do the tenets and habits of the sect square with the political religion of our constitution ? The people are inquisitive already ; and it is quite time t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

Hf.orrill ' & Hamblin, %'££&s•& BLACKSMITHS, I'. ~ 4 TC¥AVING now completed their new *■"*■ ; establishment, on Fourth, between ' J and X streets, t re prepared to receive all or. ders appertaining to their business. Steamboat, Wagon and House work done in the v best style and, at the shortest notice. Shoeing executed with neatness and r de. •patch. ;;■;;' '" " '':'■ '-;; '. ' ■"• -ff Those having Steamboat or Ship work, •; would'do well to call, as from long experience in that line of : business we flatter ourselves i that we will be able to \ give > entire satisfaction to all who may patronise us. t : , ,; -.V , We would particularly call the attention .of Miners to our assortment. Our picks are Warranted, and excelled by none, and ;• have the . most extensive sale of any in , the country. Thankful < for - past favors, we would ' rfapeptfolly solicit a continuance ■ of the pub. , Ji? patronage "1 {'^SlX^w '• - :^ Sacramento...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

NEW LINE FOR SACRAMENTO CITY, MARYSVILLE AND TRINITY MINES. npHE new, fast running and substantial steamer Major Tompkins, Captain J. T. Mofrill, will leave Clark's Point, San Francisco, for Sacramento city on every Tuesday and Friday morning, at 1 0 o'clock a. m. Freight and passengers taken at the lowest rates. The Major Tompkins connects at Sacramento city with the steamers Yuba to Marysville, and Jack Hays to the upper Sacramento aud Trinity mines, so that freight aud passengers can be sent through direct to any of the upper towns, without any detention at sacramento city. Goods fnr shipment by this steamer received at all times on board the storeship Tahmaroo free of charge; aud orders left with the undersigned, agents, <vill receive immediate attention. LOCKE $ MORRISON, Howison's Pier, foot of sacramento st, OGDEN # HAYNKS, Clay street wharf, eau Francisco. At Sacramento, to captain on board. jl2tf NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS, MINERS, &c. rpHE new road from Cul...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

For San Francisco. JUNE ARRANGEMENT. STEAMER SENATOR, Capt.J. VAN PELT. • !r:, ?7 T/ r i ift.VT-*' Tbis well known sessing superior ac•>Jv4T^^w^3k}^ commodaiions, will trmin 'ZJsSiimr-*f and Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock precisely. ; For further particulars apply on board. ;_:Ji_J _i.__ :"'-" 'j6 24 1 •"" j v Steamer Gold Hunter. _^l f~jOL- This steamer, un-ajgL^-jjJs^rV^ \ •er command of Capt. cave Sacramento C\--1 "*™ "' ' l| M'*>*fiS»»^Sse- - at 2- o'clock, .p. M.. from bark Dimon, foot of M street. Returning, will leave San Francisco Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday?, at 4 o'clock, p. si. T I • T. HUTCHINSON & CO., Agents. I Sacramento City, June 4th. 1350.— je5 tf ;■ ; Law's Line Pacific Steamers. j. The steamship CO- , ">B»*»iri! ucT_ -*i^^ ij ne of steamers that will run regularly between > San Francisco and , Panama, connecting with the Georgia, Ohio and ! Falcon, on the Atlantic. ■ . . The Falcon leaves Chagres for Hava...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

IJILLS tOF EXCHANGE— Hay- ■** ing. perfect I arrangements, the undersigned are prepared to , furnish Bills of Exchange on all parts- of the United States and t Europe, in sums to suit, and at the lowest rates. — ;~: — r~—r — — ~~— ;, Henley, Mcknight & c 0.,. my3o : tf. j -,;;:" Bankers, Front st., near X . l?l BARK .ELIZA, „, A LL persons ; having storage on * board the above vessel, are hereby informed she will t remain at her "old berth," foot of X 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 1 which time they will be sold to pay charges. jel tf - ' WATERS $ BALL, p san FRAN-CISCO. tfMgfo. BOOTS AND SHOES, ran isMW CLOTHING, I <@i pßfias HATS AND CAPS, V*=% KELSEY, SMITH & RISLEY, Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers, Are constantly adding to their large and well a S ?i r l t 1 , 00 °- f the above i named goods, and shall be able in future to supply their n...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 15 June 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. | •■3>-c^a^j^-:-. : . -.•■-■r? v ; L^-.^:. r . r^-. uu^: r^tT ; J Haven & Livingston, ■ CAN FRANCISCO, in connection !•'] with LIVINGSTON, WELLS & CO., id New York, will receive, forward and insurdM Gold Dust to the United States, Europe; &«9 Drafts in sums to suit purchasers on Nevv«l| York, Boston and Philadelphia. ' A 9 ij Packages and parcels taken until the la- I iI j lest hour. Consignees' letters taken free ;•- J ■ 1 , ; HAVEN & LIVINGSTON, \ ] - Montgomery street, : one door south of 'J sacramento street, San Francisco. apl-3m 1 1 A DAMS & COS EXPRESS, for I -*;*•, New. York, Boston, Philadelphia, Balti- 1 more, Washington, D. C, and all the princi- ! ' pal towns in the United States. : ' I ! Gold dust bought; also forwarded and in- I sured to any of the above places, and bills of exchange given in any sums to suit pur- / clianers. ' , . ; : '*) „ 1 _ Our drafts in favor of parties residing...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT VOL V ME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 17. I«*#. NUMBER 40.

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DAILY TRANSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Fioin our Lxira ol .N'.'turday ANOTHER TERRIBLE (on PLAGRATION IN SAN I'LAN CISCO— OVER Urn BUIDIN » DESTROYED— FLH 11 FULL BLOCKS BURNRD DO* .\- LOOe ESTIMATED AT 3,C0C.---uuo DOLLARS V. __ T', (Jc'Ul Hunter arrivt'd at our Le\i»' abOMt La 11 pa*| (Ice tins inoriitiig. ibfiagiag im iii-.' ißtaliigeaee ot v third a coniiaffnuioii baviug tfieited Sati Kiniie^co. The lour ••tit ire blocks I of buildings between City Rivet <»v the uortb, Cellforan on the south,, Kenni'-v on the ■veet, end tii- WI oa tiie fast, are destroyed A pe*t ol thebioek between Ciay, W o-hnnrtoti. Kearney mid Mtitil^onn-Ty, i> ijto DBtMßMseed, and ihe boneei on the aonthi '"ide of Caiifonna street We have not the heart to say one word on the terrible calamity which lias thus visited our M-ter city. 1 l:< following t eoount, which we take iiotu the Laeiiic News' Brtra, leaned at hall past three yesterday aftennon, tells the tale. Another deeUTsCtive lire riaited o...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

PUBLISHED BVKRV MORNING, BUNOAYJ KXCKI'Tr.I). BY FITCH. IPIJAM k CO. O. UNVON FITCH, ». C IPIIAM, r. c twin. it « wAKUtN, mn oil rvn B IPEAfI- A. W. BROCKWAY. PEARIS fc BROCRWAV, Grocers and dealers in nil kinds of proiiaions and iiuuiTs' sr,p|v,c-. N 113 J strret.beIwecn I-".)U r!ii and Filth At lheir Draf -tor,', iii | alao i be lounii .1 mil a#aoru»e*t oi Drag and Paint*. Particular attention paid to puyai- , cian's preaci iWKlio.ce TOWli LOTS FOR HALE Eavquirc as above. »-' :il" •bHMVWC •>• \a'sl<". DHICKLAYLH !A/> It Ml KMAKETi. SACCAMUNTO CITY, Tt^-Is prepared lo eoutract for aJI kind- of work '> in inasoi.rv. Uaviag a pood «oet "i bri band, he 11 read) u> creel fire prooJ baili build ovens, not np chitni'.eyf, set gr«« anything in his line wuti \, ti;«h he may be niTQCad. Rcildi m■'_■_. I'orn.T lliii ami L. nrJ'.'-iin Burt OB *Lee, (Formrrly Frkat, Let & Co; REAL EST AIE*VD BA A A I A '/ OFFICE. I Out lie east...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

Warl>aa« «V Co.. 3umtU*r» f T.J Htmin &■ '„ uad F>eid j Co, BANKERS, E*c it ax el Broker* ami Real K»tate A(?fnt*. Cor. B. ; -'• Sacramento I ■EXCHANGE for sale on N York. ■^ Philadelphia, Si. Loom and Cincinnati. Gold Du-t ami Com received on (kpoait. G ; .isli'. .ected and !<:a«ed. Gold D -• tbrwarded to any part of the Tailed - Miner-, wrishißf 10 rem >>'<> Use I' lined Slates. \V k Co . « nli ilie »d , Ires* ol the party to «li mi re'pportunuy. T '<' I • pur. I] II Bill .. ■> «ule loriueriv used b\ Pi M York. »nd believe it to 'je tlit large*! ami | in Calilbr„ia. THOMAS A WABBAXe WILLIAM B lIKYL. jon.\ y MoitM. Befrrrnrtx in Bwrmme*to Citf—•Hardin Bise:ou ,X- S Hi m«n• Co | Bar iA- R . Burned.Si,mi A C...; Joan B. K«wter, I.- , ,v„„ . ii i; i'.>-i. !.-«[. Banmi—a. Batchiumxt *■ C« !■ Majuard, Eaq,; Oaa I* \ tfa. \nluin— t. \ OratH. K»q. >, 11',/ f...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

hi:\j. r. tt amiincion. NOTARm J'l RU< . I fAVLN'ti received biaaupointrnent] *-* Iroui Gov Hun.ett. under t:ie,,et<d the] • Asecmbl). awitiag ai:d au&alag the dunen o\ Notaries PaWic Ulii !••■ »*•■#« attention to , all busiues.i committed lo In* charite ; audi ] as pnftesting notes, taking ucknowiedgemetlts ol Dreds, Ac. Ac. (IFFU E — L p stairs, in the new building j »f F'orshce, liootti *t Co, on J street, be- j twitn Thiol and Fourth. aacramentu > rty, Muv 11, 16 tf raedleol Partnei ahlp. |\OCTORS T. J WHITE and C. mM V. CLEVELAND bare t«oeiatod! themselves in the BaaMias ol MtiioJM*, Car* i re/y and Obstetric*, and lihvc estublisn <! aiiexieusne Hospital, that wiii aec.niituHlate oni hundred pUunU, on the cotnei ot Ninth .and L streiis; where on., ot tde parti.a Can ' ■ilways t.e lound. inn! Un M*W at the couiiliag room of Paul, White &. Co. Dr. White's personal attention will, at all' tunes, be devoted to such...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

Siim.i. we iiavk a t«itKAr Fisk i■> Sac■OSnta O ClTvT—s^uch a calamity .an be previ ntcd. Our streets are wide—twenty or Unity feet wider thin those of San Francisco. We have water on two sides of tincity. The character ol" our soil is such, that there will be no dilficully ia digging wells, and having a constant su >ply of water ncsr every place where it may b" needed 10 extinguish fire. Our buildings in the business streets are lower than those were where tin tremendous confligraiions at the Bay have taken place. Our climate is nol particularly unfavorable—eettainlv it does not cx- pose us to fire moro than that of New Orleans. The prevailing wind* that excited the fury of the flames, which, within a few weeks, have eaten up two-thirds of San Francisco, da not reach us. The climate is so warm thai furs arc only necessary for culinary purposes duttng the dry Benson. We have few or no natural disadvantages tOjOOO* tend against, further than the combustible mate...

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The Great Fire in San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

The Great Fire in San Francisco. IttSTBSM PARTICULARS. We have received the AIU Cabfornia, the Pacific News, and fie Herald, of Saturday morning. We miss the Journal of Commerce, and smcerelv sympi fuse with it* proprietors in their loss. That it may rise, i like a Phoenix from the ashes, is our most \ \ heartfelt wish. We condense from the papers still '-irther j particulars of the great fire. It will be seen that the list of losses is yet imomplete.—: Doubtless much property has been consumed: that ihe public will not hear of. Losses un-j dertl.OUO are not mentioned. Tire list of losses published by the Alt.i California, sums, up at $1,003,000. The Pacific News gives j a list of all the individual losses the editors; hcaid of, which make a total of $1,731,500.! The proprietors of the Herald were near be- j jiug burned out, and their time was principally occupied in saving the materials — thej list of losses Ihey obtainc adds up in a total j of $772,000. The Herald estimates the to...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

IM<<l, ri,^rh»" e M F?r,> "" "" "''' mM •'" '"' -veraiid 4 i« rhn-a, Mr Josef,, M Thomss, .on„,,| V of ™ Hiirhngt,,,, ev„„c, . hj j

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 17 June 1850

MARINE NEWS. Port of n;bii ri-unrisro. ARniVF.I). J 800 H—Bark Jose-phine. Haley, S dnvs from •Santa Cruz; »clir Matthew Vassor,SdO fat Mon t.-r.-v; schr K.tiily Frmices, Freeman, 111,5.1- iron, Princetnwn June I Ith. ship Leopard. Pike, 177 ds fm Bos. . ton; hrig Ganges, Hales, SIS day* from do: barque f Rhodes. Riiniugton. --'O"! days trr, do; hnir L Cariruilit.l. Fry, SO dnvs I'm Panama; barque firtfin. Ildsted. li/" d< I'm do: *stiip North Carolina, Driimliiouit, Hfl ds im Knih: bmrnoeSoa Beeeae, New. eil, I'M ds fin Boston; l.rig Carolina Clark'-, Bradley, niods fm Philadelphia. MF.MORANDA Per K-rnly Frances — Came throng*, the straits in co. with schr 8-ivereisr,,, from Sloninglon, and brig Roberts, fm Fall river, both n.r tins port

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