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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
jHta ADAMS «V Co.'s EXPRESS for 5 E^ rW ork, Boston. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington. I). C, and nil the principal towns In the U. 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. Gold dust nnd arnclea of value received on deposite for Mle-kee|iini:. Office on Montgomery at., between Sacramento and California sis. AL'VIN ADAMS, Boeton ) VVM. B.DINSMORE, N. York, V Proprietors. D. H. lIASKELL, San Fran. ) fl FASHIONABLE CLOTHING Just lie JL 1 reived at OAK HALL. — An invoice of the above desirable goods, by the steamer Sea Queen from Panama, consisting of beaver overaacka, superior drees and frock coats, silk and eatin vests, black and fancy doc-skin and cassimere pants, etc. The above goods are fresh, und of I the latest style, manufactured expressly for us, and Will be sold at reasonable prices. Flense cull and examine at Oik Hull, Sacramento st. SIMMONS, LILLY &amp; Co. j2l fi ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
lifgsfla vliimrtiacb. t'/Sj im&gt;ki'i-:\ih-;nt PACIFIC -^W 1 STKAMSIMP COMPANY— The above raES sa_S_t— ft-so.int ion, having opened their book* in New York at the MerchanU Hank, will offer their Mat* ut&lt;* for the in I.&lt; ii.ii of rahwrihfni nt the ronnting room of I Inley, Johnson &amp; Co. U barl street, on Wednesday next, 13th of February 1860, when their books will be opened. of rJ^LX 1 A SPIN WALL STEAM SlUaluj-it-i TH AN S PORTATIOX I.IM 'IV line bcina; now complete, the departun i ..i the difHrent beau will M ns follows, viz : FOR SACRAMENTO CITY-Stramer El Dorado Lav.- on Monday and Friday, nt 7 o'clock, a. m., from Cmrk'i Point. Propeller Hartford leaves every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, p. m., from Central Wharf. FOR STOCKTON— Steamer Capt. Scttbi leaves on Tuesday and Friday, nt 4 o'clock, p. M.,from Central Whnrf. POR PUEBLO Dt lAN JOSE Breamer Sacramknto leavae on l¥ednaaday and Saturday, at y o'clock. a. m.. from Central Whnrf. Freight...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
I'caoflo ilbucrtiflfb. id i 1 ' Nlu LINE OF STEAMERS &gt;^&gt;l: A.ti' lnii PANAMA.— The r&gt;plrndid Steam«danWnWL.&lt;bi,. s\|&lt;\n SANDS, 1500 ton* burthen, &gt;V. C. Thompson, commander, will leave lor Pan»ma, touching nt Monterey, Ban Dirpo, Mntnflan. nnd Acapulco, on or shout (lie tilth of April n. -\t This ship Is -Mlirp&amp;Med in her h|n« for ronvrnlrnrc :m&lt;l comfort, nndrvrry nrnngrnunt hail be. made on the moat liberal sen |«\ Thi strcrngc has been lined with regard to the comfort of pawengen. A separate table will also be Ppmid for thrm. The Sarah Sands will be fol.wed, on or nhout thr IRth May, by tth Ptramahln Niw n,i, ins. of 1200 tons. Tin abovi mips will run in ron . tion with the Atlantic boats, Crcwi nt Cilv an Kmplrc City. Passage ..I' ' ■■in, through to New York, or to the iir.riiii,ii.n, ports, can be secured by application to EVERETT dt Co., Agents, iron store foot Xaerami mo strrrt. (Pacific ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
UuoincGO &lt;^ar^o. OnrrUnn ,&lt;w Frlli, Commi"inn, Shipping. Forwarding nnd Transporting Merchants, Panama, N. .... a K. nnnonncp to tli. frit nds and tin- public that they havi established th&lt;m«&lt;i\.« in this city, fur the trnnsaction .if the above bu*ln&lt; Having niadi nrrnngcnwnta to place on i hundrc d Krntuch mules nnd n strong force of native hOtanOTl the Isthmus, :ire now |.ii |.-it. .1 to transport pnswngers, hnggnpt* and mrrchendisp, at i. BKunnbh rates, •'. K. Oakricom, of (inmpon Rroa A Co., st. Louie. Mo., It. I Fhit** Baoj . NewOrleena, « ». iV F. have taken the inr&gt; and torn mod \\ mi Ik.iisi- known aa the Custom-house stores, and will occupy the same nftrr the first of January. Agent in Ban Francisco, A. c WAKEMAN. Hhhkm is at St. Lovii Henry H Shartda, Ci obier Bank of the Stated Mlaaourti I'ntt k Bacon, Bankerai \huU\. I'.nk k Ci., Col McKay, Deputy Quartei maati i i ieneral, t' 8. A. Hntii!i\(i. mNawOauum F...
TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1850 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1850 The State Seal.— We observe that a petition has been made to the Legislature, on be If If of Culcb Lyons for $1000 for the State Seal, '•!''- signed and exeouted by him It may an well be understood at once, that if any credit belongs to any person for tke design of the peal, it is not Mr. Caleb Lyons, of Lyonsdale. Tho original design for a seal wan made by an officer of the army, sojourning temporarily nt Monterey during the time tin* Convention was in session. When th« subject of a seal was mooted, this design was shown to various members of the Convention, who suggested somo nmendations and tho insertion of other matters. These wen- drawn in by trio original designer, who did 'not wish it to bo known who was th« author, and the seal was presented j by Mr Lyons. After a pretty hard fight, it was 1 ndoptod, and $1000 appropriated to Mr Lyons to procure a die and proper press. This duty ho performed nfter a fashion. The design was marrod in the eng...
The ('niton <iranta. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
The ('niton &lt;iranta. It is our intention at no distant day to take up the subject of the recent grants of land belonging to tlie town, bj J. Q. Cotton, .lustieo of the Pence, and until that is dOM we desire to avoid participation in tlie pre-formcd opinions and half-drawn conclusions which at present arc indulged in to a considerable extent by our citizens. We may aswort that our previous convictions as to the validity of these grants remain unchanged, and we may also express a hope that the time draws nigh when the whole matter shall be laid before the properly constituted authorities. In the meantime we shall possess ourself of every species of information relating to tlie case, and lirst, in order that our readers may entertain a correct estimation of what haa been done by the functionary complained of, would lay before them a list of the grants made by him, which we have procured, and believe to be full and correct. Reference to the official plan of survey of San Fran...
Itmli and Hlo»M4int«. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
Itmli and Hlo»M4int«. Spring with the attendant profusion of good things is emphatically '■around." With all our hearts we welcome tho blithesome maul to her periodical task of regeneration. Hope she will lavish the bounties of her generous store with pitying hand upon us poor denizens of this sandy peninsula. May sho tmccoedin bringing out all the buds and blossoms of nature's floral beauty, us well as the artificial sprigs, such as we are too happy to observe every day, either adorning the bonnet of a pretty face, out to enjoy chopping pleasures, or "wasting their sweetness' 1 in tinbhow window of MM fancy store, to be gazed at with impunity by "outsiders'* of the sterner sex. We hope. Mile Spring will proceed at one- to the dainty labor of clothing our barren hill* with beauteous verdure. Take, away the sere- and rain-soaked leaf of last year and bring along the bright green of better weather — if the Mi-&gt; pleases. "Hring flowers, sweet flowers" — indeed, bring almost ...
SACRAMENTO AND PLACER INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
SACRAMENTO AND PLACER INTELLIGENCE SACHAMMfn ( in. Feb. 10, 1850 Those gentlemen engaged in buying nti-l selling house lota, nnd whoso engngements to make their inro«tnu t •* profitable, required thai they should turn their money over often, nt the time of the overflow of thai city, turned tli.'ir attention (very naturally) to the small WttltflMflW above, most of which stand on higher ground thnn Sacramento city. Hy well concerted action among themselves, and by their willing agent«, they discovered by means of their nrgna eyes, the future prostration of business in this city, nnd the rapid growth of Yuba city nml Yubnvilh 1 . Their acute vision and vivid imagination, enabled them to picture to tin-pi- the well freighted bark passing along our dotolAta banks, nnd her passengers viewing with wonder and awe the ground work and superstructure of a grcnt city decaying, and they (tho passongers) remarking 10 thcimclvcs that this was once tho second city in tho State of California . but t...
LOCAL MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
LOCAL MATTERS The National Theatre. — This establishment, to»which we hare of late frequently alluded, opens for the first pubIn- representation this evening. For the particulars of tin- performance we refer to the advertisement in another column. On Sunday evening in company with a large number of gentleman we had the pleasure of attending a dress rohcarsil of the Vaudeville to be performed this evening. The piece introduced to us Moms. Dclnmarre, the French Directeur en Scene and the Carp* Diamatique, which Include! two pretty female actresses. Every one was highly pleused with the decided evidences ..t talent exhibited on the part of the company, from which we augur most favorable results when the public shall hare an opportunity of witnessing their endeavors. The piece was played with great spirit, and the finale, which tvas«rory spirited, was encored. The Orchestra, under tho direction of Mr. Bom, though small, is excellent and will prove in itself an attractive feature in the ...
Slipping JJntcUigcnce. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO, FEBRUARY 19. Arrived. Feb. 18— Am ship Akbar, Worth, 159 ds fm Boston, 16 passengers. Am ship Ambassador, Hadley, 159 ds fm New York. Am ship Tyrone, Golden, 193 ds fm New Orleans, 8 passengers. Eng ship Victoria, Cauphin, 96 ds fm Sydney, 231 pas. Am ship Hopewell, Norton, 36 ds fm Callao, 2 pass. Am schr Pianet, Fredenburg, 17 ds fm Sand. Islands. In the Offing — a barque fm Sydney, name unknown. Cleared. Eng brig Lally, Woolley, for Valparaiso.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
fji^- NoTit'B. — Connignci's of good.'* und cargo i" i bark liii, Captain William, from iv» Janeiro, will pl.-ii-c attend to the receipt of the xaino. '-I.l'll \\ IIALK, .Mtllu* &amp; Llowurd'* building, up *tuir», Central wharf. l!)f-3 |9* Foe. Sana Col Jack Hays, the gnllant Texi.m. will be sustained, in the proposed flection, by Cf-lin* Many Votkbii. Foil Copnty CIJCSI — T. &gt; I'--&gt;iii:m\, the |.r. -. ill ai si-t:mf clerk of tin dUtriut court, ii ■ . .iniiiaii- for county clerk at the SBSUiBg elect i. IUI'-lm* ft) Jackhon Mosrs is uj&gt; before tho p«'(&gt;i&gt;le of Sun Fmijei&lt;&gt;c&lt;&gt;. v* a caudidate fur tlu&lt; uftlce of tin Ch'ik of th« County Court. l»f-7* (j^ &lt; 'ova r? C|.£KK --T. K. LINI&gt;K\BIBOfII will b 1 nupportcd for th" i. Mil i .it ('many Clerk, ;it 1,.- r.Hlllll;tltction, by [15M*J Many FsibmoS*
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
&amp;&gt;• The next meeting of tho STitANnRKu' Friend $ocibtt of thin city will be held on this (Tuesday) - vrninir, nt 7 o'clock, in it.. Baptist Church. The Rev. Sir. Wherler, of the Bnpt»«t, arid the Rev. Mi Hunt, of the Congregational Chunh, nre c. rpected to favor the audimce with addresses on the occasion. This rnternrlsefor nmrliorntlni? iho condition of the afflicted Rtronglf commend.* itsrlf to the humane in.l benevolent. II Is hoped that the large .-in.l liberal audience of this evening will furnish « strong argument In fflvorof the sympathy and beneficence of the citizens of Snn Frnnrisco. 191 1* M. K. WILI.INO, Secretary. fjtj- Nome.— The following nnfiknprs on Morngofrorn Ship Uuwn Victorln, marked Win. Ware, 6 IBM, one trunk and wagon; John V. Gale, It barrels and 2 half b&amp;rrelf j F.. ii N., 3 boxen wngonsi W. aVJ I). P&lt;»lll&lt;»n, 5 OBgei mil 3 i'.h i!" lambi i S. In a diamond, 50 br.rr&lt;l* ; !&gt;., two...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
WHOLESALE IMIK IS &lt; I i:i!l.\|. Or LEADING ARTICLES IN THIS MARKET REVISED AND cnßnrrTl.li nvrßr DAT. Ale V do* &lt;Va" , MoiMf&gt;«, average p «1. .1 no Marley W&amp;\o :M»d. Wine |» gal. . .forngi jq UHcks «4'&gt; l»o Incases ,„, lk*&gt;r, mess 1000 Nails J^ Do prime offered m 7«h(«i Oil, sperm l.JAai no 1.,, Jerked |»100 Itj ...M | lln Whale 6b*me Bacon i• • ~&amp;*c .Powder,cnn. l» do* 1 |h. ..Tfc no Hoots declining l»o in kegs |»8i....8.n2ne Mutter, prime I TO ,I'lcklr* V do* l3(l0l 3(l0 Hrandy In &lt;•««.-". «•*"'• Tort « in« \r case 7^B ro Bn&gt;«d, Chile brn. I'll. ■ .Bf',-*c Pork, mc« &gt;.„ . «&gt; Do Am. Pilot v "'••&lt;• I'" prime a MI) Do do Navy HKflc Do clear vino Cattle IT head ... •W.STnnn Potatoes, H. I 7 „ lfle ' Coal, V ton t ■'" t ■ I'ltrfl il» do 2 »'„».; (in i ii, im&lt; ni.iiiil.in-' .«ih,.2im«i quicksilver %&lt;ii w (..Mr. Ifl.lHlld Manila.l l...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
Vessels Advertised. Steamer Senator, for Sacramento City.— This steamer will Ieave her usual berth, at Clark's Point, for the above city, until further notice, on Tuesdny, Thursday and Saturday afterriiwni, nt 4 "'&lt; l" l iri ci&lt;vly. Fr« inht will be rertived nt nil hours on board Marque Jnnct, free of rhnrgc to ship* ncrs and orders for lightrrnpe left nt my ofhee will be bromptly attended to, CHAS. MLNTURN. Apfnt, 19f Broadway Hotel For VERNON and MARYSVILLE, touching at Benicia and Sacramento City. — The new Steamer STAR, will leave this place on or nbout Monday the 2."&gt;lh in ■';ini for the ibotl toirns, and Will continue to run '■ gill II from BftofancD* to City to some of the new towns in Ihe vicinity of the mines. For freight or passage npply to M.M.MoN'^, Hi •lll.N.sn.N It Co. or Will I NKY, MUTTON .V. PAINK ''"'•• gkt For V'ai.pak hum . i. — Tin; A I Jg^fast sailing American bark K. 11. &lt; II API \. Cnpf. an, Collier, will be rles|»n...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
nmusnncntg. OtTMPN AMTHITHr.ATRE. '^Iwrtn.mH, i i ►MN.i w ,ii commrnce with THE GOLDEN FARM EU-Oft ma , cum. To b« followed by many admired fiat/of tlomiiMt^inp 1 '" "''■'• '' conclude with the niclo-.lrnnm entitled, TIIK IDIOT VVirNK.ss-o* a Talb or l?too». LiJOT2?ri!P.*il?! »'"• «~: I'rhstelme*! Door* oj&gt;en at 8 orliirk . curtain risen nt 7 NATIONAL THEATHE, on Washingion, between Mont) k. srnf twei ll This l.v«&lt;sii(i will l,«. produced I ,i,,1, V»udevllle, I'Hntf)inlne*, Fsrec*. Singing, Daiuinir, Mi 1,1,., 1,. Itr.illm. in tli.ir uiii&lt;liie |H |l, Mlnill , Vniikee ,stoiic.«, he £&lt;-at* ■ii'iin',l liystj Ij Ing Si tlir Itox olllce from 10 to 4. hole Proprietor, Mr. Henry (.unt.r . French Director, aloha, Delamarre ; English Dinefor, Mi Kvrard rai. mor ABMiwiofi— lloac*, SM I'aiqiatte, $.1. Doom open at l&gt;j. I 1I 1 , 1 1,, m ul in , to commence hi 7 o'clock. Real Estate. (HTORE TO LET.— nubscriher offeri *** for rent the large ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 19 February 1850
Auction Sales. (lit*. 11. 11. (OOK, Anrtlnnrtr. SIT I I.l! i SALE.— WiII 1-. sold nt public faction, on THURSDAY* the list of February instant, nt li o'clock nt noon, on tho prenil»e«, by virtue of an execution issued nut of the Court of the First In stance of the iMMiictof Son Francisco, In the mill of Ntevrnson A Parker ng.iinst F.llsmortli k Thompson, the hOQtCI and buildings on thro lots situated on th.north west corner of X' nrny anil .Sacramento utrtet, one lot '•&lt; In twenty-four f* pi from on Kf arnv strct t and 38 fret deep ; imoiW lot, MniT H feel H inrhr« on Kearny st., nnd 38 Pei t on Sacramento itreei ; and the other lot lxini:2i) feel front on Sacramento itfeat, CIIMMI, n !i3 I- , t from tin corn* of Xi nrny Jtrect, nnd 48 feet 8 Inches In depth : i.-ii .-i th r with two &lt; 'him paintings md two « nuruviru:* nnd (htmeA A No, one ChirirM book enso and Chim -e (hair, etc, A. IV, I'l I ill;, Shcril!', by John B, Powers, Deputy. Win. J. Shaw, attorney f...