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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 20 May 1850

JJg^.Dr.T. J. WHITE is a candidate for Mem- i her of tin 1 Common Council, at the election, to till the vacancy created by Aid. Miller's rcsignat:..n :> ' NOTICE. —The undersigned having been presented to the public to fill the vacancy in the City Council, respectfully solicits the consideration oi those of his friends who think him worthy their support. Election Tuesday, May i2lst. GO JAMES QUEEN. 4g?£v &©* At the solicitation of individuals $$j% who have the good of Sacramento City at W heart, Dr. CHARLES MORRILL, formerly *&'* /Erbnaut in the States (a permanent resident bore) is a candidate to fill the vacancy in the Council occasioned by the resignation of C. 11. Miller, Esq. Election to take place on Tuesday next. 58 -It Marine Journal. Arrived at San Franasco, Mai/ 16th P. k Toulon. Hoyt, 7 ds fin Oregon, with cargo of piles to C. and D. L. Koss. Ship Henry, 2iO ds fm Boston, 5 pkgs to Macondray & Co. Bk Elvira, GO ds fm Talc-alu...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 20 May 1850

Auction Sales RICHARD N. BERRY. Auct'r. CARGO SALE. BURNELL, STOUT &. CO. Will sell at Auction at their sales room. Front street, near M,<>n Tuesday, M.jy'Ji, at 10 o'clock — The cargo of schooner Ferdinand, consisting of 40 cases Otavd brandy, 35 barrels pickled salmon, 150 kegs, 11 lbs each, superior butter, 30 boxes saleratas, put up in papers, 100 sacks barley, 40 boxes best sperm caudles in 12 Ib boxes. ou caxes Scheidasfl gin, 900 pieces Spragtie's |>n:it« for liiiin"-s, aud warranted t.tst colors, 200 boxes Berkshire county cheese, SO do Northern honey, 12 dot brandy in bottles picked in Cork, :") flanks quicksilver, warranted* \2 cases tm x and IC, ~ pipes pure .Jamaica ruin, 20 demijobas aguadente, 1 iron Rule, double, 20 hi bbls ttuur, 1 hand cart, 25 hf and qv sacks flour, ;*'O pieces ciistiimere, fust inns and jeans, 5 bales Spanish tobacco, SO bundles English sheet iron. Also a large assortment of Oriental merchandise. ¥or pa...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 20 May 1850

Auction Sales. BY J. B. STARR & CO. THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, will be sold in front of store— 25,000 feet of lumber, scantling, and frame houses. 61 1t BY J. B. STARR & CO. THIS DAY, Monday, Tlay 20th, at 10 o'clock, will be sold — 8000 lbs sugar, 50 cases brandy, 100 boxes claret, 40 do ale 2000 lbs potatoes, 20 kegs butter, 50 bbls pork, 20 boxes soap, Together with a general assortment of goods. 81 ll KICHAKI) M. 13EKRY. Anct'r. BY BURNELL, STOUT & CO. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN SACRAMENio K. TO CITY AT AUCTION. Hurne.l, Stout & Co. will sell on Tuesday next, May 21, at ll o'clock, at their sales room 1 on Front street, 8 desirable building lots, situated on L and 12th streets. Plans at office. Saleposi- ; tiv c- 01 it J. B. STARR, Auctioneer... MARSHAL'S SALE. By the Gtb section 0! a City Ordinance, passed April 23d, 1850, it is made the duty of the City Marshal to order the sale, at Public Auction, of all articles left on the Levee, t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 20 May 1850

Auction lies rd Snn Francisco. J. L. RIDDLE & CO., A.; t'rs. TWO ENTIRE CARGOES CHINA GOODS per Elizabeth Archer and Maid of Julpha. On Wednesday next, May 22d, 1850, at Macondray & Co.'s new warehouse, corner of Pine and Sansome street, commencing at 10 o'clock; will be sold at Public Auction, two entire cargoes China goods, comprising the largest and best assortment ever offered in California, consisting of 50013 Ib boxes Riper Ning Yong Souchong teas, 4oo 13 lb boxes superior Young Hyson teas, 200 G Ib boxes superior Young Hyson teas, cases silk scarfs, boxes preserved ginger, oranges ami chow chow, so boxes 4,700 doz eggs, 13 Ibs.pack'gsfouchoug tea, boxes pounded sugar candy, bags white china sugar, 1800 bags fine Bengal, best China and Calcutta table rice, casks fine table salt, cases ditto, sasri * tney, cases jam and tart fruits, 150 cases China preserves, bbls pens, 10,000 eggs in sail and pickle, 12,(!00 in jura packed in salt, and lime, 2l) cases 1...

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There's Something Good in every fclVMll. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 20 May 1850

There's Something Good in every fclVMll. Would Vt win the crime-stained wanderer back From Vice's dark nnd hideous tracked not a frown thy brow deform, 'Twill add but fierceness lo the storm ; Deal kindly— in thai bosom dark Still lingers virtue's glimmering spark ; Plead with him — 'Us the noblor part — There's something good in every heart ! Bring to his mind tho early lime, E'er tin had stained his tool with crime; When fond affection blessed his hours — And strewed his joyouß'pnlh with flowers; 'When sportive jest, and harmless glen Bespoke a spirit pure and free ; Head with him — 'tis the nobler part — There's something good in every heart ! There wns a time that head did rout, Close to a mother's yeaning breast — A time his ear the precepts caught, A kind and virtuous father taught ; It matters not what treacherous ray First lured bis steps from virtu»» % way-— Enough to know ihou yet mity Vt savo That $oul from sin's cngulphing wave; Plead with him — act tin* noblor part — Th...

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IViijm l'o*t »f liaiiil.-imi. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 20 May 1850

IViijm l'o*t »f liaiiil.-imi. The penny post not only serves to dcTclope and expand the social affections of families and friends, but it is an educational agency, of inestimable value to all enterprises of associated benevolence, Christian philanthropy, and domestic commerce. If it unite individuals and communities in social intercourse, that union is strength as well as enjoyment, or ability to concentrate their activities and sympathies upon any great object, worthy of the adhesion of the public mind. Is it some vast scheme of Christian benevolence that appeals to these sympathies and activities — the penny post thread- the kingdom, from centre to circumference, with netted veins of living thought, through which the silent suffrages of a million minds circulate to and from the heart of the enterprise, or the cen'.ral committee of a religious or philanthropic society. Is money ns well sympathy wanted to scatter the choicest leaves of the gospel of salvation among the heathen of pa...

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IN ORDINANCE relative to the duties of the City Assessor. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 20 May 1850

IN ORDINANCE relative to the duties of the City Assessor. Be it ordained by the City Council of Sacramento City, as follows : Sec. 1. 'Flu- City Assessor shall, at ai early, -i period as practicable after election proceed to examine all the property m the city subject by law to taxation, and shall make out in a suit;* hi. • hook, a list of all such property, nnd of persons chargeable with a poll tax : describing in separate columns the property, and when the same is real estate, giving tlu- quantity, n* and bounds thereof, and the value of the ground nnd that of the improveni separately. ■Sec. 2. Said list shall be arranged as follows : commencing at the block beii A str» ; on the North nnd II stJ on the South, Front street on the West and et on the East : thence pn-r ling with the blocks in their _ r'ilaorder between \ and B to the extreme Eastern limits of said city, and th< n i:i like manner the rows of blocks as they ur in regular order to the Southern limits of said ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

PLACER TIMES. TERMS: $16 per lintUM, ) PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ) ( OFFICE: on 2d street, ( BETWEEN X AND L. PUBLISHED TRI-WEEKLY. VOL. If. SACRAMENTO CITY, WEDNESDAY, 3IAY 22, 1850. NO. 62.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

Business Cards. J. B. Starr & co. WHOLESALE AUCTION HOUSE, FRONT STREET, 1 corner of K. Sacramento City. 56 tf G. B. Stevens & Co., Wholesale Auction and Commission Merchants, Corner J and Front strret. 52 39t B. F. Hastings & Co. , Exchange Brokers, Bankers and Commission Merchants. J street, between 2d and 3d. John A. Read, Commissioner for Kentucky. 58 Drs. Deal & Bryarly. Ojpce'at Prcltyman, Barroll i\- Cos., X street, between 'id and 3d, > [«^ Will attend to all branches of their prolession. 59tf John 11. Dickcrson, - Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Office with Dr. Riggs, on sth street, next to the corner of J street, Sacramento city. 45 3t*r M. G. Leonard & Co. SHELDON, KIBBE & ALMY, successors aud former members of the above firm, keep constantly on hand a general assortment of GROCERIES AND MINERS' STORES for sale at the lowest cash prices, wholesale and retail, at the old stand on J street, betw...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

: Doctor I It. T. Kiiim<, ; ;;: 1 .."j;:/.'. • CORNER OF X AND FRONT STREETS, ; ;* Above Starr's Auction Room. ' 61 30V ..v J. Nkkly Johnson . , Ferris 'Form an." ! tloimsoii & Forman, ATTORNEYS AT LVW. \ Third it north of J st., Sacramento City, . j-; Will practice in this and adjoining district-, and also in the Supremo" Court. All business entrusted to our care, for the District of San Franj cisco, will be attended to by us in person, or by our partner, James A. McDougall, Esq.. • Attorney at Law, late of ' Chicago, fll. 47 tf, ~~ PARTNERSHIP notick. ■ The business connection heretofore existing between D. B. Hanner, Berryman Jennings, S. S. White and G. W. Bell, do'iig business under, the name and style of Hanner, Jennings & Co., has this day been dissolved by* mutual arrangements. G. W. Bell withdraws I from the company, and the business will be carried j on by the other parties under the name and style of Hanrier, Jennings & Co., ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

HENSLEY, MERRILL & KING. Samuel J. Hensley. Robert D. Merrill, James King, of William. EXCHANGE Brokers, I street, near Front street, Sacramento City. Gold Dust and Coin bought, sold, and received on deposit. 'Drafts on Messrs. Corcoran & Riggs, payable in .New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington Kichmond, Petersburg, Norfolk, Alexandria Charleston, St. Louis. New. Orleans, &c Bills on London, and remittances on England, Scotland and Ireland. Drafts on San Francisco. — Merchants and others .wishing to make ( remittances can do ho by : letter, without the risk and incor venience* of sending gold .dust..- : ::s, •■>. ; S2fiif%£&'jlq lxiiooqs n *vi j j< ollectionß'of Notes, Bille, made on reasonable terms. r ,, ■ '] \ tr . , . Agent in San Francisco— JAMES KING, of William. i i •- ■.-c-'j :;• . . :.: ' 57 39t ; .'■' : DAGUERREAN GALLERY. . I G. H. JOHNSON respectfully, informs his ; friends and the publ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

Travelling. FOR THE MINES. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT! Sacramento { City,' Mormon Island and SutUi*s Mill at Coloma, DAILY, ACCOMMODATION STAGE LINE. On and after Monday, March 4th, 1850, the above Stage will run regularly, leaving the Sutter House at quarter before 7, arid the . City Hotel, ■ Sacramento ; City, kverV morning at 7 o'clock, and Bailey & .Winters*B Hotel, Coloma, every morning at C 1-2 o'clock, changing horses at Leidesdorff's 10 Mile House, Willow Springs and Green Springs.. , " Passengers by this 7 route' can be ' left within one mile of the North Fork by stopping at Mormon Island ; also, within a short distance of Salmon Falls Diggings, Hangtown, Cold Spring, Georgetown and South and Middle Forks. All Express business entrusted to the proprietor of this Line will be promptly and faithfully attended to. * ; „ „ ■ . .j ai Scats may be secured and farther information obtained by applying to O. McKnight — Ofiic*, Suttcr Hotel. Front street. ■ Passengers securing s...

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California H.niuu.il S|m;iiim>. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

California H.niuu.il S|m;iiim>. John H. Kcyser informs the Editors of the Tribune that ho was entrusted with a memorial largely signed fro m the citizens of Sacramento, and instructed to have it presented in Congress, through Senator J. P. Walker, of Wisconsin. It was forwarded by mistake to Ex-Secretary Walker, and has not since been heard of. The document is supposed to be so expressive of the actual grievances of emigrants, and to set forth m strongly the wrong and injustice of Land Monopoly in California, that publicity, is therefore very earnestly requested. Mr. Kcyser left California in the month ot December, the period when our social quiet was. most disturbed by what is well known and remembered as the squatter excitement. ; Tbe petition studiously avoids any reference to the particular circumstances of that occasion, and therein displays a want of confidence in the justness of the position which the squatter party then occupied in this city. Until some late manif...

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Fifteen Daft Later from the Atlantic State*. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

Fifteen Daft Later from the Atlantic State*. The steamer Oregon reached San Francisco on Monday morning, a few hours before the Gold Hunter lift for this City. She made the passage from Panama in 1 8 1 ,, days. W. A. Bayloy, Esq. came in charge of the mail, which is unusually large, consisting of 150 bags. Dr. Webster is condemned to be hung. The press takes different views of the propriety of the verdict The Boston Transcript states the prevailing opinion among all classes to be that all parties to the management of this remarkable trial did -. their duty faithfully and well. The N. Y. Herald still maintains the illegality of the verdict. It pronounces the course of the press, judiciary, bar and jury, under the circumstances, not even decent; that the trial and verdict, if upholding the law, only does it to the ridicule of every man of common sense, justice and humanity.' In supporting this view, appeal unmade, to tho treatment after arrest, to the ' coroner's secret session, to th...

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nty Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

nty Affairs. Monday' Night at the Theatre. An immense assemblage of our citizens crowded the Tehama. The benefit of Mrs. Kirby must have realised all her anticipations, and given her renewed assurance of the high consideration m which she is held by the public of Sacramento. The play of the Iron Chest went off well for a first performance. Mrs. Kirby imparted an interest to the character of "V^ilford which only a first rate artist can bestow. The arduous part of Sir Edward Mortimer is a severe task on the powers of any actor. Mr. Atwater did well, and will do much better upon a second representation of the play. Lady Helen was accurately conceived and most pleasingly rendered by Mrs. Hanibleion, while her protean performance m the Day inPari«, where she assumes so many characters, were received with the usual delight which attends her similar personation?. Always agreeable and often truly excellent, she is winning nightly upon . the favor of her audience. It must be apparent to the ...

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AN ORDINANCE establishing a Watch for the safety and good order of the City of Sacramento. 0.*% [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

AN ORDINANCE establishing a Watch for the safety and good order of the City of Sacramento. 0.*% Section 1. Be it ordained, that there shall be appointed by the Marshal of the City and the Captain of the Watch ten able-bodied, sober and discreet men to constitute the Night Watch of the City of Sacramento. That from the hour of seven in the evenin.- until sunrise in the morning one half at least of said Watch shall be constantly on duty, unless sickness or some other cause ot like character should render it impracticable for such a portion of the Watch to be on duty. That during the time any Watchman is on duty he shall have power, and it shall be his duty to prevent the commission of any breach of the peace, to suppress riots aud all disorderly assemblages, to arrest and take into custody any person found committing any act injurious to the quiet and good oader of the city, or to the person or property of any citizen ; and also to arrest and take into custody all vagrants or suspicio...

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Marine Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

Marine Journal. (Double ___________ ) Arrived at San Francisco, May 19th -- Schr Col. Fanning, Cathcart, 162 days fm New York. Brig B M Prescott, Sims, 199 ds fm Calais, (Me), 12 passengers. Bark Valhalla, Howis, 158 days fm New York, 10 passengers. Schr Laura Virginia, Ottinger, 22 hours fm Trinidad Bay, 3 passengers. 19th -- Bark Ninus, 190 ds fm Boston; lumber.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 22 May 1850

Die*, At the mines, on the North Fork of the Yuba, of congestive . fever, oa the 9th' lust.," Henry Wymiiii of Boston. Mass. • " • ■••/ < N. B. Massachusetts papers please copy. Amusements. (Double __________ ) TEHAMA THEATRE. WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 22d, will be represented the Play entitled THE WIFE. St. Pierre, a reformed profligate, Mr. Atwater Mariana, Mrs. Kirby. After which A Song, by Mr. Fairchild To conclude with the laughable Farce of THE TWO GREGORIES. Gregory, Mr Hambleton Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. Kirby. Doors open at 7 1-2 o'clock. Curtain rises at 8. ROWE'S OLYMPIC CIRCUS, AT THE PACIFIC THEATRE, M ST. THIS EVENING, (Wednesday) May 22, 1850, First appearance of the following celebrated artirtes: SENORA FANNY MARTEN, celebrated Danhc use. from the Imperial and Uoyal Conservatory of Milan! SEN. ROSSI, the unrivalled Magician and Ventriloquist. SENORand SENORA LEBRERO, Tight-Rope Dancers and Pantomimists. Also, SENOR CELECO, I'ancer. Prices of Admission — Dress Circle...

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