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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 27 May 1850

FOR SALE. Lot 8, square between I. and M.and 4th and sth sts. " 5,' . ; V. ri . u j,..-; Maud N, und 4lh and sth " ,( . ,;•»;. 7, - * ■ M and N, and 41 hand " "8, . ■■ '' '-i .'• i - M and N. and 3d and 4th " " (5, ■ "." ,; N and O. mid Ist and {.»«! " •' 5,' " JN and O, and 3d and 4th " "5, ■" ■' ! ' O and P, aid 3d and 4th . " '• 8, M > O and P, and 3d and 4th ' " 8 lots between II and I, and 2d m,d 7th streets. 50 " II and American Fork, and Ist and 10th streets. if - 100 lots between II and American Fork, east of 10th street. Lot 20 by 75 on: the alley between let and 2d, aud J and X sin, next to Messrs. Until & Rivctte. 3 lots, 20 by 80, and buildings, on 3d st. near M. The above will be sold at moderate prices and reasonable term*. GILLESPIE d) S .SON, Land Ageutß, corner J and 2d streets, 63 tf . Hrick nnilding.. ; MFOiTsALK~ THE SUITER HOTEL AND FURNITUUE— -Decidedly the tnoft valuable property in the city. The above hotel is delightfully situated on t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 27 May 1850

GREGORY'S EXPRESS. This Express having been thoroughly, organized and in full operation for (several mouth*, will liercuf* tot dispatch a light wagon to deliver and collect express goods. &c. to each of the milling districts, which can bo reached from this City, in connection With .tho arrival and departure of a special meEgcngcr on each Pacific steamer. Gold Dust insured through against all loss and robbery by an insurance policy in the Atlantic Office, New York. No connection with any other line, the undersigned being respons bio for the prompt delivery of all matter forwarded by this Express. JOSEPH W. GK EG ORY, Proprietor. Office at v heldon, Kihbc & Pliny's, J «t. 63 tf NORTHERN HONEY, ~~ Of very superioi quality — 10,000 pounds in boxes, for sale by BURNELL, STOUT & CO., " 61 .?ti«J Front street np»r M / ;.ii; WINES. Tv *"%***■*, Port, Madeira and Champaign**, in store and for Bale by BURNKLL, STOUT & CO,, 61 3tis Front street, ...

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[Fiom the N. 0. Crescent ] The Forrest Divorce €a«e. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 27 May 1850

[Fiom the N. 0. Crescent ] The Forrest Divorce €a«e. In the notices which from time to time we have published, in regard to tho unfortunate difficulty between Mr. Forrest and bis wife, we have taken sides with the lady.' Tins, too, we observe, lias been the case with editors generally. The Americans, though they are vulgarians in manners, and will chew tobacco and commit all the sins which that habit begets; aud though they cut with their knives and commit a thousand minor offences against good manners,' yet they are the most gallant gentlemen in the World. And we refer to every English woman who has travelled in this country, to bear us out in. this little outbreak of national vanity. This gallam ry has manifested itself in this instance most creditably. The whole country has taken side With "the stranger born out of your dominion*.*' Amidst her troubles she could not accuse the countrymen of her husband of injustice to her. For Mr. Forrest, as an actor, we have do admiration, and ...

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I |»ioi:iii<Hi of Trinity Klvvr. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 27 May 1850

I \|»ioi:iii&amp;lt;Hi of Trinity Klvvr. Late arrivals at S.-m Francifcco have furnished more information from the. Trinity region*. A packer told one of the pas ■ D what fuUy confirms the position of the Pacific News before taken, namely, that upon the head waters of this river, the Trinity mines are located. The packer says: Incoming from the mines, i M « Followed th* 1 stream upon which 'ho miners are at work down to the point where the aecUtentoocurred — and states the distance. only at one days' journey for pack mules As the river is known now to be navigable for large boats to this place, if no further, it. places that whole mining fegioo within on* days' travel of large, steamers. — Tins fact is worthy of consideration. Extract from the journal of one of the exploring party : May If). — Proceeded Up 16 miles, between bigtiand mountainous banks, thickly covered with pine, spruce, redwood, &amp;amp;c; no low banks were seen, with the exception of i jew points made lands...

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Tin? European Newsßesult of llic Election* in Fruiter. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 27 May 1850

Tin? European News ßesult of llic Election* in Fruiter. Tin- steamship Europa arrived at this port. on Saturday, and in our column* to-day will &amp;gt;c found the details of the news, which will be, found very interesting, if not important, as far, at least, as France is concerned. France is evidently in a state of transition; and were it not that universal suffrage prevails there, there is not the slightest doubt but that a revolution against the government of Louis Napoleon would have taken place before this. The ultra republicans are determined upon adopting the ballot as a means of reaching power, and of upsetting the existing order of things, rather than appeal, as they did in the insurrection of June, to the musket, to secure their objects. This jig apparent in the result of the recent elections*, as well as in the manner in which they were conducted. There appears to have been no public demonstration of any description in advance — no imposing celebrations or processions...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

PLACER TIMES TERMS: $16 per annum, \ PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ) VOL. 11. PUBLISHED Till- WEEKLY. SACRAMENTO CITY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1850. j OFHCE: on 2d street, BETWEEN X AND L. NO. 65.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

Business Cards. "* Henley, iUcKtßiglit A to. Banking, Exchange, Deposit and Discount Office, Front street, next door to Sutter Hotel. THOS. J. HENLEY, Indiana. o. Mcknight, Ohio. G4 tf S. C. TINGS, lowa. ~~~~~ Doctor B. T. 14 ruse, CORNER OF X AND FRONT STREETS, Above Starr's Auction Koom. (31 39t J. 15. V.l it &amp;amp; CO. WHOLESALE AUCTION HOUSE, Front Blreet, eorn^r of K. Sacramento City. [56tf €». B. Stevens A Co., Wholesale Auction and Commission Merchants, Corner J and I*ront street. 52 39t B. F. Ha«tEiig&amp;lt; A Co. Exchange Brokers. Bankers and Commission Merchants. J street, between 2d and 3d. John A. Read, Commissioner for Kentucky. 58 l»i - . Deal A Bryariv. Office at Ptcttyman, Barroll cj- Co's, X street, bet ween 2d and 3d, ; $4_ ■ Will attend to all branches of their proleseion. 591f Joint li. Dick&amp;lt;*r&amp;lt;*oH, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Office with Dr. Itigjs, on sth street, next to the corner of J street, Sacramento city. 45 3t*r in. G. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

J. Neely Johnson. ■ * Ferris Forman. , JoliUsoii &amp;amp; FoiEiiaiu ATTORNEYS AT LiWV, , Third st., north of st., Sacramento City. Will practice in this and adjoining district-, and also in the Supreme. Court All business entrusted to our care, for the District of San Francisco, will be attended to by us in person, or by our partner, James A. McDougall.. Esq., Attorney at Law, late of Chicago, 111. - 47 tf War bass &amp;amp; Co., Successors to T. J. Henley 4- Co. and Field $ Co., BANKERS, Exchange Brokers, and Real Estate Agents. corner of Second and J sts. Sacramento City. Exchange for sale on New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin* received on deposit. Gold Dust bought. Drafts and Bills collected. Real r-state bought, sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United States. Miners, wishing to remit to the United States, by sending the amount to W. &amp;amp; Co. with the address of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rely...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

HENSLEY, MERRILL &amp;amp; KING. Samuel J. Heksley. _ , Robert 1). Merrill! James Kino, of William. ; EXCHANGE BROKERS, •&amp;gt;. I street, near Front street, Sacramento City. Gold Dust and Coin bought, sold, and received on deposit. Drafts on Messrs. Corcoran &amp;amp; Riggs, payable in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington . Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk, Alexandria Charleston, St. Louis. New Orleans, &amp;amp;c. fee. '. Bills on London, and remittances on England, Scotland and, Ireland. .. ft :;..;.!;. Drafts on San Francisco. — Merchants and others wishing to make remittances can do .so by letter, without the risk aud inconvenience of sending gold du^t. . ,•. . j „,( '« ,f, f ... r .1 olltctionsof Notes, Bills, &amp;amp;c. made on reasonable terms. Agent in San Francisco— JAMES KING, of William. r^L . 57 3Dt DAGUERREAN GALLERY. G. H. JOHNSON respectfully informs his friends and the public that has now permanently located his Daguerrean Galler...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

Travelling NEW-STAGE ARRANGEments FOR ALL the northern MINES — THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.— Birch's Line of Singes leave the Sutter Hotel and, City Hotel every morning at 7 o'clock, for Mormon Island, _ Salmon Fall*, Greenwood Valley, George* town, Sutter's Mill at Coloma, Hangtown and Weaverville, being on the direct route to the North, South and Middle Forks of the American river. All Express business promptly attended to. Seats may be secured and farther information obtained at the Express of Henley, McKnight &amp;amp; Co. Sutter Hotel, Front-st. Passengers securing seats at the office,will be called for at any Hotel in the City. JAMES BIRCH, Proprietor. Sacramento City; May 24, 1850. 63 tJe1*r IMPORTANT/TO ALL! SUTTER'S FORT, WHITESIDES 5 miles ; AMERICAN FORK HOUSE, 10 miles OMNIBUS LINE will leave the Sutter House every morning, at 7 o'clock A. M. Returning, will leave the American Fork House at 2 o'clock, P. M. . ITF Pleasure Excursions and Pic Nic parties accommodated at all ti...

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Indian Affair*. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

Indian Affairs. Gen. Green came down yesterday on the Gov. Dana. He has made a report to Gov. Burnett, a copy of which we append, and also a treaty or terms of truce, concluded with the Indian tribes on the Yuba and Bear Rivers. This is a movement in the right direction. We hope indiscriminate outrage and revenge have had their day. Nothing has so disgraced the early history of our state as the atrocous and inhuman persecutions that have been intlicted upon these weak, ignorant and naturally inoffensive Indians. That they have retaliated as far as lay in their power, the barbarous assaults and promiscuous slaughter that have been visited upon them is their credit and not their crime. There is no difference in the enligiitviied opinion of all who arc familiar with the subject. We have seen but One I I pisastnn. and that of unqualified denunciation upon those whose beastly paaaioaa have led tl M commit the murderous deeds, a recital of which thanS has nften led us to suppi ci. W. beli...

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The l*ioii<><>m of 4 uliforiiiii. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

The l*ioii&amp;lt;&amp;gt;&amp;lt;&amp;gt;m of 4 uliforiiiii. The welter of the following communication gives a i'c\r hints, to which we feel quite a.s ainen.ilde as be considers our cotein}»orary. The truth is. wi have had to &amp;lt;)&amp;lt;&amp;gt; with such a surf it of pretty things lately that a change is acceptable, affect when- it may. Sacramento City, May 23, 1850. Mr. Editor — It is doubtless very commendaWe, though to us "lookers on" exceedingly amuring to see with what restless anxiety our friend of the "Transcript" is constantly endeavoring to bring individuals and individual merit into public notice. Hie earliest symptoms of this spirit appeared, in divers "Editorial Correspondence' of the "News" and in subsequent articles in the "T " descriptive of parties, balls, family visits and genteel society generally in our goodly city. The initials of our "belles and beauties," whether their accomplishments and graces were seen in parlor or ball ro...

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Nan KranrUrn fntflliipiirr. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

San Francisco Intelligence lmoi Outrage. — Similar ttflai recurring so often in the like establish ments in our city call forth ranch indignation from 'Mir !!&amp;lt;•: An '-aifrny al fh e Ihim- holdt" has almost become a standing head for a Sacramento paper. A gambler at the CityHotel, San Francisco, had a difference with a person about the game, drew a 4&amp;lt; colt," and inflicted a severe wound upon his head greatly endangering his life. We quote from the Pacific News. Just after this occurrence took place Mr F. H. Southworth and another gentleman wore passing, and the former expressed a casual remark, reflecting upon gambling and its consequences. Ibis was overheard by one of the fraternity, who furiously assaulted, and threw bottles and other missiles at him, some of which took effect, but happily without any serious injury. Mr. Southworth is one of our most respectable citizens, and holds an office under the city government. The audacity of many of this class known a...

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Marine Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

Marine Journal. Arrived at San Francisco, May 2oth — Brig Ark, Marsh. 205 da fm Newburyport, 1 17 pass. - Norwegian brig Nicolai Nicolayson, Fjfer, 180 ds in) Hamburg, GO ds fin Valparaiso, 5 pass. !&amp;gt;k Helen Augusta, Knowles, 50 ds fm Panama, 105 pass Ecuadorian &amp;amp;hip Monde, Dauget, 48 ds fm Guayaq«i I Brig Cayuga, Swenson, 3 ds fm Columbia River, 4 pass. Br brig Mary Jane, Baker, 180 ds fm Yarmouth, N S. 90 pass. May 2Gth — Bk Azim, Mackenzie, 30 ds fm Mazatian. 130 pass. Ship Euphrasin, Buntin, 196 d» fm Boston, 131 pass.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

AM ORDINANCE creating and defining the duties of Cilif Physician. Sec. 1. Be it ordained, that the office of City Physician is hereby created. . Sec. 2. He shall hold his office during the term of the present City Council', or until his successor is appointed. - Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the City Physician to exercise a general supervision over the sanitory condition of the City, and report to the Council all nuisances or other causes likely to be detrimental to the general health. Sec. 4. To examine personally when in his power fo to do, all cases applying for admission into the Hospital at the City's expense, and to visit and administer medicine to such persons as are unablu to pay a regular attending physician. Sec. 5. To visit and administer medicine to prisoners in the city prison, work house or any such place as may be hereafter assigned them by the Mayor and Common Council. Sec. 6. T» visit the City Hospital at least once every week, receive the reports of the attending...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

Aection Sales. BY J. B. STARS fc CO. On Thursday, May 30th, 1850, nt 10 o'clock, in front of store. 100 trunks and contents, containing some of the most valuable articles brought to this market by miners. These trunks and contents are sold on account of storage by the bark Wm. Ivey, and as it will be i rare chance to make something, we are ooaSdeat that Urn sal-- will Ih&amp;gt; well attended. Also, 100 sacks flour, belonging to the same parties 65 It J. It. BTARRfcOO. RICHARD N. BERRY, Auct'r. THIS PAY, May 29th, *.t 10, o'clock, at Stores on Front street, near M. 120 firkins northern lard 60 bxs sperm candles 20 rolls canton matting 15 cases preserved gingrr 200 bxs N. Y. dairy cheese 100 sacks potatoes 10 casks superior hams 40 barrels pickled salmon 5O cases Lomlon dock brandy, very superior 50 •• champagne cider BO " bottled porter 50 " " ale 60 " Scheidam gin 5 barrels St. Croix ruin 1 10 hf barrels mess pork 000 doz eggs 50 bxs superior VII tea 10 hf bbls lard 50,000 Mani...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

BURNELL, STOUT &amp;amp; CO., Auctioneers, Commission and Wholesale Merchants, Have for sale at their stores on Front street, near M — | 300 sack* Mexican flour, 200 pieces red and green flannels, 60 do cassiracres and thin goods for lin- . 800 doz. Schcidam gin, in jugs, [ings, 400 cases do do in glass, 225 do old Scotch whiskey, 25 do liqueur gin, 100 do superior Otard brand 50 doz brandy, packed in casks, 40 cases Madeira wine, 20 baskets champagne wine, 25 bbls French brandy, 75 pipes, hf do., and bbls old Jam. rum, 25 bbls pure St Croix do, 10 kegs do do 100 demijohns Aguadentc, 50,000 cigars, - 20 setts single and double harness, 1000 rolls paper hangings, 5 cases elegant arm chairs, 50 casks porter and ale, 25 bales salt fish, 20 cans spirits turpentine, 1000 lbs pure white lead. 60,000 feet lumber, dress*cd, 10,000 feet scantling, Also, on board schr. Gen. Morgan — 300 sacks barley, On board schr. Ferdinand — 7 iron safes, Hammonds make,' and war^ 80 bbls pickled salmon,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 May 1850

A. M. WINN, Gfnkral A&amp;lt;;ent, and SPECIAL A&amp;lt;;knt for CAPT. JOHN AUGUSTUS SUTTEH. Office in Gillespie's Doric Row, on iVI between 'Jd and 3d streets, in Sacramento City. FOR SALK, The Doric Row, on M between 2d and 3d stroofg, in Sacramento City, built and well arranged for a botel. Building Lots in Sinter, Sacramento City, Vcrnon» Duteville, Eliza and Plumas. 8 lots on M and 2d streets, in Sacramento City, splendid property for brick buildings.. Farms on Sacramento and Feather Rivers, in size* to suit purchasers. All or any portion of the above named property will be sold at alow rate, and on easy terms, the object beiug to give an equal chance to small and largo capitalists. An excellent boarding house on 3d between L an'l and M streets, for rent or sale. A ranehe below and near the city. May 24th, 1650. fit 3m GREGORY 8 EXPRESS. This Express having been thoroughly organized and in full operation for several months, will hercaftet dispatch a light wagon to deliv...

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