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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 5 June 1850
STEAMER GOLD HUNTER. iGZ*~*r*3££. This Steamer, under command of Capt. C: .T. Brenhnin, will leave .Sacramento City for San Francisco Tuesdays. Thursdays and 1 Saturdays, at 1 o'clock P. M., 1 from bark Diinon, foot of M street. Keturning, will leave Nan Francisco TNI *•11 - days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 4 o'clock P. M. '■- T. HUTCH IN SON &amp;, CO. Agents. Sacramento City, June 4, 1850. • 68 4t ~Jg~ ■^ORSAI.B,. - " I SmbM. The fast sailing, coppered, and copper fastened Brig .ON IOTA, 209 tons, carries 2210 .bbls., on three years old, and well .found in sails, ringing, &amp;.c. - For further paiticulara enquire of the Captain,, on board, at Washington, opposite foot of J street. .. - yv£vi - ' . ' . 08 13t» . XX, FOR PANAMA. &lt; *tet. The Bark STRyIFFORD, Capt.: Thos- F. Wade, now lying at the fool of I street, will sail in a few days. Freight, consisting of provisions and lumber, (now in good demand at Pauatn-i) will be takenlow. Dr. Morrill, one of th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 5 June 1850
• A. M. WINN, A .' "• ■ tJr.NRItAI,' AOKNT, AND SPECIAI, ACKNT FOR CAPT. JOHN AUGUSTUS;; SETTER. Office in GillcspioV Doric Row, on M between 2d and 3d streets, in Sacramento City. FOR SALK, Building Lois in Suiter, Sacramento City*, Vorno:», Buteville, Eliza and Plumas. ■'.'&lt;: ■.'•-&gt;' 8 lots on M and'.Sd streets, in Sacramento City, splendid piopcrty for brick buildings. Farms on Sacramento and Feather Rivers/ in size* to suit purchasers. All or any portion of the above named properly will be sold at ulow rate, and on easy terms, the ol&gt;ject being to give an equal chance to small aud largo Capitalists. '♦'.,'•-;, An excellent boarding houso on 3d between L and and M streets, for rent or sale. A ranche below and near the city. " May, 84th. 1850. ■ . . ■ .63 3m " NOTICE. ~~^ The undersigned will receive written proposals until the loth of July next, lor the removal of any and all obstructions i&lt;&lt; navigate on Bear river, up to th...
For llto Tlacer TimrH To II [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 5 June 1850
For llto Tlacer TimrH To II In every sigh thnt henves thy brcust, .-V hi every pnng 1 boor a purl ; And when with grit*f (lion nit oppressed It finds an echo in my heart. Let others use thro n* they mayLet elnndcrcrs call thco what they will — •Still for thy welfare 1 will pra)*, Aud cherish thy.awcot memVy still. I'oor slave, thy chains urn clunking yet : I may not live to «re thro free ; But tclf (hot) will, not forget, When 1 him gone, unworthy inc. And when from earth my&gt;oiil has fled, If thou art lonely here below, Watch for my spirit round thy bed, A lid lei thy tears forget to flow. Sacramento, M»y 31, 1850. Kudolf.
Journal off a I'tuwiigrr who SNassjM tip in tlio Tciaiitisscc. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 5 June 1850
Journal off a I'tuwiigrr who SNassjM tip in tlio Tciaiitisscc. r II AFTER \ Steamer Empire City, Feb. 20, 1850. Went forward this forenoon, and took a look at the culinary department (not cool and airy) and, faith, I wish I had kept away, for I saw sights. "Ignorance would have been bliss," and it's folly to pry into cabinet secrets. Five or six specimens of the Ethiopics, reeking with perspiration, who "dwelt in kitchen halls, with tin pots, pans and kettles by their sides," wore preparing the dinner, and despatch, 'nob -neatness, appeared to be the order of things. The rolling of the vessel frequently cent pieces of meat chassczing across the kitchen amongst bare feet, sugar basins upset, thoir contents being hastily scraped up and thrown back again, together with any thin else that happened to be included in the gathering. A large sired colored individual, the pantry cook." stopped a moment to scratch bis woolly pate, and then dove his hands into a keg of oily butter, and proceed...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 5 June 1850
Suffer Hotel, Corner of First aud X street, Sacramento City. The undersigupd would inform the public that he is now ready to accommodate all who may favor him with their patronage, upon reasonable terms. . . n ■ ORLANDO Mcknight. . N. »— Rent— McKnight's American Hotel on K st, 64tf (Single __________ ) GREGORY'S EXPRESS This Express having been thoroughly organized and in full operation for several months, will hereaftet dispatch a light wagon to deliver and collect express goods, &amp;c. to each of the mining districts, which can be reached from this City, in connection with the arrival and departure of a special messenger 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 responsable for the prompt delivery of all matter forwarded by this Express. JOSEPH W. GREGORY, Proprietor. Office at Sheldon, Kibbe &amp; Almy's. J st. 6...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
Business Cards. Charles G. Sackeit, Justice of the Peace. Orrtce on 2d Street, near K. Takes acknowl♦dgnierits of Deeds and other Instruments. 68 3t Henley, HcKtiiglit &amp; €0. Banking, Exchange. Deposit and Discount Office, Front street, next door to Suiter Hotel. THOS. J. HENLEY, Indiana. o. Mcknight, Ohio. 64 tf S. C. HASTINGS, lowa. ' ... Doctor B. T. Kin«e, CORNER OF X AND FRONT STREETS, Above Starrs Auction Room. 6! 39t J. B. Starr &amp; co. WHOLESALE AUCTION HOUSE, Front street; corner of X, Sacramento City. [56tf O. B. Stevens '&amp; Co., Wholesale Auction and Commission Merchants, Corner J and Front street. 52 39t B. F. Hastings &amp; Co. Exchange Brokers, Bankers and Commission Merchants. ■ J street, between 3d and 3d. J»l»n A. Read, Commissioner for Kentucky. 58 i /&gt;!&lt;•. l&gt;ea!&amp; Bryatly. Office at Prettyman, Barroll cf- Col's., X street, between 2d and 3d, Will attend to all branches of their pro...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
Warbass &amp; Co.. : Successors to ' T. J. Henley cf- Co and Field A- 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 Estate bought, sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United Stales. Miners, wishing to remit to the United States, by sending the amount to W. &amp; Co. with the address of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rely on drafts being forwarded by Mist opportunity. To protect against loss by fire, W. &amp; Co. have purchased the large double safe formerly used 'by the Pluenix Bank of New York, and believe it to be the largest and most secure of any in California. THOMAS A. RB ASS, WILLIAM S. HEYL, JOHN F. MORSE. References in Sacramento City- -Hardin Bigelow, Esq., S. Brannan &amp;. Co., Burnett &amp;....
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
Traveling. amrriif NEW STAGE ARRANGEWWF^f^MENTS FOR ALL THE NORTHERN MINES — THROUGH BY DA LIGHT.— Birch's Line of Stages leave the Sutter Hotel and City Hotel every morning at 7 o'clock, for Mormon Island. Salmon Falls, Greenwood Valley, Georgetown, Suiter's Mill at Cbloma, Haugtown 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 fii/iy be secured and farther information obtained at the Express of Henley, McKnight &amp; Co. Suiter 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 21, 1850. Jel 67 3m ' M^^*. IMPORTANT TO ALL ! ,Wi?7r-*y^ SUTTER' S FORT,WHITESIDES 5 miles; AMERICAN FORK HOUSE, 10 miles OMNIBUS LINE will leave the Sutler House every morning, at 7 o'clock A. M. Returning, will leave the American Fork House at 2 o'clock. P. M. Pleasure Excnrsions and...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
FOR SALE. Lot 8, square between L nnd M, and 4th and sth sit. " 5, M m and N, and 4th and sth " "7, " M mjd N, and 4th and sth - " 8, « M and N, and 3d and 4th «• " 6, « N and O, and Ist and 2d •« " 5, " N and O, and 3d and 4th " " 5, " O and P, and 3d am. 4th " '•' 8, M O and P, and 3d and 4th " 8 lots between H and 1, and 2d ai.d 7th *treeU. 50 " H and American Fork, and Ist aud I Oth streets. 100 lots between H and American Fork, east of 10th street. Lot 20 by 75 on the alley between Ist and 2d, and J and X sts, next to Messrs." Coates &amp; Rivetlt. 3 lots, 20 by 80, and buildings, on 3d st. near M. The above will be sold at moderate prices and reasonable terms. GILLESPIE $ MOSSON, Laud Agents, corner J and 2d streets, 63 tf Brick Building. PLUMAS CITY, The Paradise of California, and will be the Emporium of trade on Feather River, is beautifully situated on the east bank of the river, about 10 miles above Nice lavs, and 5 below Elizaville, on high land, and can b« appro...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
On our Fourth Page. -- The Journal of a Passenger, Chapter VI; an able communication upon the validity of the Sutter Title from E. F. G. accompanied with the deposition of Mr. John J. Vioget, who made the map of the City, a copy of which may be seen at our office. Also a "flyer" on the same, subject from C. A communication from D. C, P. who is very anxious to know what claim we would rest the title of Capt. Sutter upon, and to which we have already replied, the.Alvarado Grant. We continue our reference to the pamphlet purporting to be a translation of the papers respecting Gov. Alvarado's grant to Capt. Sutter with no idea of questioning the fidelity of that part of the work which is a translation of the original request of Capt. Sutter for a grant of land, and of the grant made in compliance therewith. We have already examined the notes which are appended to this document; following them appears the notice from Capt. Sutter, cautioning all perrons against settling on any land of hi...
lily Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
City Affairs. I lit Level Mr. Binney was appointed engineer to pup intend th] work at the last mooting of the Council. It, is a pity that its progress lias been so long delayed. Ibe season for doing the job cheap and well ii fast passing away. Earlier, the soil Is still* and firm, with just the proper degree of moisture to pack well n j create ,1, 1 complete barrier to the water* If deposited in a dry state, it becomes i perfect mire when the rainy season seta in, and will offo* but a partial resistance, to the pressure of the river. E®~ The Hon. John Bigler is nppointcd director of the branch aying office, to bo hmnsdiutif'yestablished in this City. It is probable that Mr Kohler, the State Assaycr, will also rcsido hero, leaving I deputy in San ram-is which is not so much of a place after all, i: Eoems. ■ Pop-gun AmiLLEiiy."--our cotemporary assumes great iguoranco of this science Too modeal by half, "my dear friend," the people think you understand It well enough. ttajr Our -popu...
Spirit of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
Spirit of the Press. We cvnfoss ourselves green in the editorial ranks —[Sac. Trans. JB^f We have got a "Benicia Courier." It tooVa like the old Journal of Commerce, and wo Mip OM is some relation to it. , The present number was got but for the steamer: We give the following very touching conclusion to the leader headed "our paper.-' It embraces eomc new views of attractive aliinities, sympathies and all that sort of thing. "We may not very cordi.tlly sympathise with many of our reader*, who m* m haste make a fortune and go *'h«tne." We feel at homo at 11. ■nir-ia. where the cliirule must attract n-ieiicc. and literature and tcfint saint, where the paiuful sym]&gt;athy we feel for incoming invalids, will be mm -replaced by thebpoyaucy their rapidly acquired health impart* to society." The water is perfectly fresh and sweet at Benicia when the tide is low, and Major Dickey's absence is much regretted from one of • the principal hotels. Our fellow citizen, John S. Fowler, in c...
iWariuc Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
iWariuc Journal. Arrived at San Francisco, June 37 — Ship Johnston**. Harrison, 71 days from Auckland, New Z'-almd, via Honolulu, 25 days, 70 passengers, 22 fern a' en. Br brig Ellis, Caleff, IGO days from St Johns, New Brunswick. Brig M;ilek Adhel, Wright, 11 days from Santa Barbara. 6 passengers. iS'np Natchez. Braman, 150 ds from New York, via Valparaiso. 50 ; 8 passengprs. June 4th — Bark Burnham, Hall, 14 ds from Santa Baibara, 30 passengers. Bnrk Anne. RobinMon. 60 d? fm Panama, 80 pp.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
MsarrfesJh On the s«h inst., by the Rev. Mr. Moorhouse, Mr. James B. Mitchell, to Miss MtooiiA, daughter of John Hatch, Esq. all of this city. Di««d. — ~ "— At Whilley's Ranch, on the 29th ult., of bilious fever, We6ley McKek, Bfed 32. Arkansas papers please copy. X STREET HOSPITAL, I Between Second and Third streets, is prepared for the reception of patient", and is receiving them. ID-" J. A. WADS WORTH, M. D., from Prnviden«'e. R. 1., for more than THlRTY. years a practising physician, and having 1 had extensive experience in the diseases of California, has taken the charge of this establishment, has unproved it, and is ready to wait upon those who miv want his professional ta«*i*'ance, either in the Hospital or clsctchcrc. 08 39t XT ATTENTION, BRICKS! ORDER \ Head Quartkuh , _ rick |3P.,3 P .,' t 'No. 10. S Sacramento City, June 4, m.-,0, &lt; '" The members of the Ancient Order of Brick, will -assemble on next Saturday evening at 9 o'clock, at iihe Maguolia in J street,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
Barton Lee, Dealer in vßealv Real Estate. Persons wishing to invest in Rt-al Estate, will fiiuT it for their advantage to call on the ; subscriber, who offers a choice selection of lots in ''.various parts of the city, at low prices and on the most liberal terms. ■: mi; cast side of 2d street between I and J st*. s N.H. Stale bonds, bullion, and quicksilver gold received in payment for real estate or on deposit. GO Istf " EXCHANGE ON ~~~~T BOSTON, S\\ LOUIS, NEW YORK, CHARLESTON, S. C. PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND, BALTIMORE, NORFOLK, j WASHINGTON. NEW ORLEANS, &amp;c. &amp;.c. for sale, iii Minis to Kiiit, by HENSLEY, MERRILL &amp; KING, G9 3m , v . 1 near front street. pT FOR RENT, ' (_jjji. The large and conimotiious house on the north ski.' of L street, between front and 2d streets, known as Mrs. Petit's Private Boarding House. The hoi se is divided offiulO rooms and furnished suitably for the entertainment of boarders. For 'conditions &amp;c. enquire o...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850
FOR SAN FRANCISCO- JUNE mu?L%h A RI?AN (i EM E NT— The steamer ■ r**f«lEMiW^ SENATOR, Capt. John Van . lVlt.— This well known strainer, possessing superior accommodntions,' will leave he&lt; hsu.il berth, foot Iv et i very Monday, Wednesday and Friday ufltrnoon, at | 2 o'clock precisely. For luither, particulars apply on rtoard. je 7 24t ;I^%;-S'I;EAI\I Kit GOLD HUNTER. \S&amp;^ti«C«2. . This Steamer, under command of Ciipl.C. J. Bri'iiham. will leave &gt; ici anienlo City for San Francisco Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, at 2 o'clock P. M.y from - bulk . Dimon, foot of . M street, Ucturning, .will leave San Francisco ; Monduvs, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 4 o'clock P. M. ■-T: lII IVIII ;.M&gt;N &amp;,CO. Agents. Sacramento City, June 4, ISSO. ; 68 4t ■ "~~ , roil SA LE~ ectC. The fast sailing, coppered, and copper fastened Brig ONIOTA, 209 Ujiih, carries 22» 0 bbls., only three years old, and well found in sails, ringing, &amp;c. Fo...