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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 23 June 1849
JUST RECEIVED per J. B. Lemar Eliza, and Dice Ma Nana, a large and general assortment of goods suitable for traders and gold washers, consisting in part of 100,000 feet American white pine lumber, 2,000 sacks flour, 100 do barley, sheet copper and iron, tin pans, sugar, coffee, rice and chocolate, crackers in tins and small kegs, Tennant's ale, champagne, cordials, port, sherry and claret wines; a large assortment of preserved dried fruits, figs, dates and raisins, brandy, peaches segars, rifle powder, colored and hickory shirts. S. BRANNAN &amp; co. A New Ferry on the American river. We would notify the public that we have established a Ferry at Mormon Island. May 19. 4tf S. BRANNAN &amp; co. 10,000 CORD OF WOOD. We wish to employ any number of men that may call, to cut wood at Sutterville, for the use of the steamers. G. McDOUGAL &amp; CO. sutterville, May 15. 4tf NOTICE. It is hereby notified that an association has been formed and operations commenced, to...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 23 June 1849
T M AMES. Physician and Surgeon, Suttersville, Cal. 2 f SAGAT &amp; SOUTHARD. Wholesale, Retail and Commission Merchants, Sutter's Fort, Sacramento city. keep constantly on hand a large assortment of goods suitable for the mines. L. T. SAGAT 2tf CHAS. SOUTHARD. S. BRANNAN &amp; CO Auction and Commission Merchants S. BRANNAN, AUCTIONEER, sacramento city. 1tf GOLD received on deposit for safe-keep-ing. S. BRANNAN &amp; co. C IN paid to. Placer Gold by May 18. 4tf S BRANNAN &amp; co. A band of twenty horses and mares for sale by S. BRANNAN and co. May 18. 4tf WANTED. 10 Men to chop wood at Sacramento city. May 18 4tf S. BRANNAN &amp; co. NOTICE As I am compel*ed to return to my home in Oregon I have legally authorized Mr. Henry E. Robinson of Sacramento city to attend to my business and my interest in the Mormon Island Mining Company at Mormon Island and his acts and doings therein are the same as though I were present myself. O. C. MOTLEY May 25...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 23 June 1849
Gold and silver coin Constantly on hand. and exchanged for good clean Gold Dust, at $15 per oz. Apply to M. T McCLELLAN, Apr Itf at the Sutter House An Engineer of considerable experience wishes to make anengagement with a Mining Company, to superintend the working of a Diving Bell or an Under Water Pocket Machine. The advertiser having been 14 years employed by the sub-Marine society, Tahita, collecting Pearl Oysters The best references can be given Address E LERWHEEL. Middle Fork Itf 80,000lbs superior canvass hams at 32 cts per lb. G. McDOUGAL AND CO Sutterville, May 15, 4tf NOTICE is hereby respectfully giv*n that an Association has been formed under the name of the American Mining Company, for the purpose of turning the American River at an Island about one and one fourth miles above the Mormon bar or island, for mining and hydraulic purposes. The members are now building a race and dam at great cost, and feeling desirous of cultivating a friendly relation and mutual good feeli...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 23 June 1849
NEW GOOD For sale on board the bark Whiton, just arrived from New York, and now lying at the embarcadero of acramento city, an extensive assortment, consisting of mining utensils, such as long-handled, round pointed steel-edged shovels, steel-edged square shovels, spades, &amp;c. ; washing pans from six to ten quarts each, &amp;c. ; cooking stoves, boots and shoes, ready made clothing, tin and hollow ware of every description, groceries, medicines, a great lot of American garden seeds, &amp;c , &amp;c. Miners and merchants will find it to their interests to call on board the bark, and examine for themselves R. GELSTON &amp; CO. sacramento city, May 11th 3*f HENSLEY, READING &amp; CO Have removed their stock of goods from Sutters Fort to the Embarcadero, where at their store house, and in connection with a large barque as a store ship, they will be prepared to serve the public with such goods as the market demands. 3tf sacramento city, ...
HEAD QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
HEAD QUARTERS. Tenth Military Department, San Francisco, Cal. June 18. 1849 [Orders No. 25.] Very few of the discharged New York Volunteers having availed themselves of the pro visions of the instructions of the Secretary of War as published in Department Orders No 4 current series that order is now republished for the information of a*l concerned and no tice is now given that without farther instruc tions from the War Department transporta tion home will not be furnished to any of those volunteers who may fail to make their election before the first of September next. Persons *esirous of availing themselves of the provisions of the order above referred to will apply to the senior Quar*ermaster of the Department, who will cause them to be enrolled upon their furnishing him with satisfac tory evidence of their discharge from Col Stevenson's Regiment N Y Volunteers, and will furnish them with the usual transportation to New York as soon as the interests of the service will permit (Ord...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
Business Cards _ _ S. BRANNAN &amp; Co. Wholesale &amp; Retail, Forwarding, Storage &amp; Commission Merchants Corner of Front and J sts., and at the Sutter's Fort Sacramento City. Apr. 28th. HENSLEY READING, &amp; CO Wholesale &amp; Retail Dealers, Sacramento City 1*tf _ _ MARSHALL &amp; SANRTY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries &amp;c Sacra*ento city. 2 f VON PFISTER &amp; V*U**** Dealers in dry goods, groceries and liquors boots, shoes and clothing etc. Cash paid for gold dust EDWARD H VON PFISTER, WILLIAM VAUG*AN *tf Dr T L CHAPMAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Sacramento city. HENRY BATES. M D. Physician and Surgeon. Culoma, (Sutter's Mill.) May 12 3 tf PRIEST, LEE &amp; CO. Wholesale &amp; Retail Dealers in dry goods groceries, liquors, and provisions, on the corner of *econd and J streets, Sacramento City. *tf1 SEMPLE &amp; ROBINSON Importing, Commission and Shipping Merchants ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
JUST RECEIVED per J. B. Lemar Eliza, and Dice Ma Nana, a large and general assortment of goods suitable for traders and gold washers, consisting in part of 100 000 feet American white pine lumber, 2,000 sacks flour, 100 do barley, sh*et copper and iron, tin pans, sugar, coffee rice and chocolate, crackers in tins and small kegs, Tennant s ale, champagne, cordials, port, sherry and claret wines ; a large assortment of preserved dried fruits, figs, dates and raisins, brandy, peaches sega*s. rifle powder, colored and hickory shirts. S. BRANNAN &amp; co. June 16 tf. TO THE PUBLIC. The ' Union Mining Association having commenced operations on the North Fork of the American Fork of the Sacramento River, about twelve miles from Morman Is land, on the bar one half mile above a bar known as the Upper Horse Shoe, for the purpose of daming the river and turning the natural bed of said river, do hereby respectfully give notice that they require, and ex pect, all miners to refrain from w...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
A movement has taken place in the Gold Region which, from its probable results, calls not only for the intervention of the civil and Military authorities, but seems to require an earnest expression of their feelings from all those citizens of the United States, who have a regard for the honor of their country, and who are resolved to maintain it. We allude to the forcible expulsion of certain foreigners and naturalized citizens of the United States from the Placers of the Middle Fork and neighborhood, by an armed body of men calling themselves Americans Of three individuals thus expelled, whom we have seen, one is an old resident of Cali fornia and a naturalized citizen of the United States. Another is a native Peruvian and naturalized citizen of the United States, who has, to our knowledge, perilled his life many times in this country, fighting under the American flag, and who was severely beaten by the enemy because he refused to bear arms against us. We have been informed that ho...
Jl Provisional Qovemwuntfor California] [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
A Provisional Government for California An adjourned meeting of the citizens of Sacramento District was held on Thursday eve ning, July 5th, at Mr. Fowler'- hotel in this place. On motion, Gen. M. M. McCarver was called to the chair, and Geo. McKinstry appointed Secretary. C E. Pickett, Esq. of fered a resolution that a committee of three be appointed to draft resolutions for the regulation of the meeting. The following gentlemen were appointed on said committee: C. E. Pickett, Dr. Chapman, and Dr. Carpenter. Mr. Pickett, as chairman of the committee, offered the following resolutions : Resolved, That we will co-operate cordially with the citizens of San Francisco and other districts in their efforts to establish a civil government for California. Resolved, That the chair be requested to appoint twelve persons to act as a committee for the purpose of organising the district into precincts, the apportionment of representation for the Sacramento District, and to nominate candidates fo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
Married, On Sunday, June 10, by Henry A. Schoolcraft, First Magistrate Sacramento City, Mr. James H. Lappeus to Miss Ann, daughter of Mrs. Rufus Hitchcock All persons having claims against Hensley, Reading &amp; co. will please present them for settlement ; and all persons indebted to the firm will please settle their accounts as early as possible. Messrs Jones &amp; Brown will settle all accounts and hereafter conduct the business. HENSLEY, READING &amp; co. Sacramento city. July 6 1849. j30 Doctor Chas H Cragin, (formerly of Washington city.) respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Sacramento city and neighborhood Office at present at S Brannan &amp; co's. j30 3t NEW GOODS. Satin Vests, Cotton Hose Cotton Vests, Cashmere Vests Red Flannel Shirts, Rice Tennant's Ale, Raisins Canton Trunks, Umbrellas Clothes Baskets, Shovels Manilla Rope, Beans, Coffee Pots, Camphor Trunks Gunpowder Tea, China Matting Watering Pots, Bandas Gla...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
THE SUBSCRIBERS Offer for sale, on the arrival of the bark Maria, now one hundred and forty days out from Boston. SIX SALAMANDER SAFES, of from 500 to 2000 lbs weight each, manufactured by Adams, Hammond &amp; Co. Also, by the same, and ships Capitol and Pharsalia, now one hundred and twenty-five out, and per bark Collooney, from Panama, a general and extensive assortment of MERCHANDISE; Among which are Ready-made Clothing, Saddles, Hardware, Powder and Shot, Boots and Shoes, Harnesses Medicines, Percussion Caps, Crockery &amp; Glassware, Rifles. Pickles, Double barrel'd Guns Trunks Single do do Tin-ware, Revolvers, Tin-ware, Revolvers, Carpet Bags, Rifle Pistols, Gold scales &amp; weights, Provisions Wagons, Powder Flasks, Wooden-ware, Shot Belts, India Rubber Goods, Game Bags, Bowie Knives, Blankets, Cigars, Whips, Mule Bridles, Tobacco. Gent's Furnishing Goods, of every description and a great variety of Fancy Goods. To convince every one that we can give ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
DR. CARPENTER, Sacramento City, corner of 2d &amp; K streets Will be pleased to attend to all professional calls. A good stock of Medicines kept constantly on hand. Sacramento City, June 30, 1849. 9-tf SAGAT &amp; SOUTHARD. Wholesale, Retail and Commission Merchants, Sutter's Fort, Sacramento city. keep constantly on hand a large assortment of goods suitable for the mines. L. T. SAJAT 2tf CHAS C. SOUTHARD. S. BRANNAN &amp; CO Auction and Commission Merchants S. BRANNAN, AUCTIONEER, sacramento city. 1tf SACRAMENTO CITY ! All persons are hereby notified that by written instrument between Peter H Burnet and myself, I have placed the entire sale of all the town property of Sacramento city in his hands. Persons wishing to purchase will please apply to him. as he is fully empowered to dispose of said property. May 10 1849. 3*f JOHN A. SUTTER. Jr. _ _ GOLD received on deposit for safe-keep ing. S. BRANNAN &amp; co. C IN paid for Placer Gold by May 18. 4tf S ...
Fiorruce »i..... j [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
Florence Vane. I loved thee long and dearly ! Florence Vane— My life's bright dream and early Hath come again I renew in my fond vision, My heart's dear pain, My love and thy derision, Florence Vane ! Thou wert fairer than the roses In their prime , Thy voice excelled the closes Of sweetest rhyme ; Thy heart was like a river Without main— Would I had loved thee never— Florence Vane ! The ruin gray and hoary, The ruin old, Where thou didst list my story, At even told— That spot, the hues elysian, Of sky and plain, I treasure in my vision, Florence Vane. But fairest coldest wonder, Thy glorious clay Lieth the green sod under, Alas the day ! And 'tis bootless to remember Thy disdain, To quicken love's pale ember, Florence Vane. The lilies of the valley O'er young graves weep ; The pansies love to dally Where maidens sleep ; May their bloom and beauty, vieing, Never wain ! Where thine earthly part is lying, Florence Vane !
DIALOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
DIALOGUE. [From Horne's Every Day Book ] A (advancing)—How d'ye do Brooks ? B — Very well, thank'ee ; how do you do ? A.— Very well, thank'ee. Mrs. Brooks well ? B.— Very well, I'm much obliged t'ye ; Mrs. Adams and the children are well I hope. A.— Quite well, thank'ee (A pause.) B.— Rather pleasant weather to-day. A.— Yes, but it was cold in the morning. B.— Yes, but we must expect that this time o' year, (Another pause ; neck cloth twisted and switch twirled ) A.— Seen Smith lately? B.— No, can't say I have; but I've seen Thompson. A — Indeed; how is he? B — Very well, thank'ee. A.— I am glad of it ; well, good morning. B — Good morning (Here, it is always observed that the spea kers having taken leave, walk faster for some hundred yards.)
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849
NOTICE As I am compelled to return to my home in Oregon I have legally authorized Mr. Henry E. Robinson of Sacramento city to attend to my business and my interest in the Mormon Island Mining Company at Mormon Island. and his acts and doings therein are the same as though I were present myself. O. C. MOTLEY May 25, 1849 3t _ _