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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 11 October 1849
Crescent city on the tuol L'.VINE.—Lots in ilie above town are offered for sali- by the subserilier, at his: office in the harbor-master's building, near the Point. This place is situated on the Tuolumne River, lit) miles from its mouth, and 40 miles from the Starii.-laus and Mercedes' mines. It is the nearest point of approach by water to the prineipal mining districts of the San Joaquin, and the climate is perfectly healthy. au24-31tf JOHN BENSON.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 11 October 1849
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. -- The undersigned 11 having leaned ft»n varitn* Murcet that doubts axist with regard te (he legmlity of (be tide to tho land now laid out «ad known ee the (own of Martiuei, preaenU (lie following extract* from the original titlee aa granted to the late Don Ygnacio Martiuez, by Governor! Figueroa and Alvarado, with the view of dispelling any aucli doubta or rumors. Extract Ist.—Ceded to Ygnacio Martinez in 1834, by General Jose Figueroa, Governor of California* three leagues or sitioH of laud, a little more or less ; taking in the Cannada del Pinole, and the Cannada del Hambre, to the straits of Carquioez ; from thence northerly to the buy of Sonoma, or San Pablo , from theuce to the mouth of the valley or Cannada del Pinole, as shown by the map or diseno of said farm. Extract 2d.—showing the boundaries of four leagues of land granted to Ygnacio Martinez in 184'J, by Governor J. 11. Alvarado and known by the name oi' Pinole, coinmeuciug at the mouth cf the vall...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 11 October 1849
Tub city of six'th san fr wB CISCO.—The tunlersigncd be«r leave t (J *"V * the public that usurvey of the city of South s„„' ri'.'.'.M cisco lias just l»«w—ipfcmd, and a „»»p „f ,h,. ■:■ M now to b* wen at.thc store of Deßoom, VWrnJ,,i fl GW, «. Clay street. The site i, l,„ rtt( , (i * , of Sui 1" raucisco, two miles southerly of the rin . Francisco, and in plain sight of the whim *°' 1 , harhwr. The same depth of water found inZ J" .fl of the city of San Fr.nei.co is to ~e 1 '"f* l»&gt;r of the city of South Sun F, wk , ! n &gt;" "fl hay between the two harbors. Tl ' ' h "' ' J' 1 ""* "■ securely protected frum the wind than I"i the city of San Fmncise,., and 1" *',, th ' M burden mav lav within a l»&gt;Ht's lrii"th ' » . l many points ami quit* el,*, WTO . ri s, ¥ 'J' J'" 1 ''■ Irontoi the city, a»..rdiu B the best charging &lt;-'»rgo- flic land rises in „ u ,. nl i.. . ' ,'Mg the w iter, aud is composed of a rich clay soil l are *&gt;:iensi...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
rpo PKRSONS GOING TO THE X WINKS. —The siitmcrilinrs liave crected u large Warehouse at Culloma, 011 the south (.ilk of Ihe Anieiican ijver, nheie they hiue unvv on hnnil, and are dnily receiving «n extenaive insoitineut of Provisions, Mining Impi.EM6NTB, and every uiticle needed by the iniiier, which are ullered at wholesale or retril, at such prices as will make it the interest of nil lo purchase there, und thus sate Ihe ureal trouble niiil expense of forwarding. Our pnllneis HI 3!ltl I'l'UllC jgCO, McSSI'S. Simmons, Hutchinson &amp;• Co, being at al! limes in the market, our goods arc purchased at the lowest rates—forwarded by their line df packets lo Sacramento City, and from thence to L'ulloiim by our own teams ; consequently can he sold at as low rates as those of any other house. We have also established branches of our store at several points on the North, anil Middle ami South forks, to which our pack animals are running daily, enabling us to forward letters and pac...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
tl l\ OLMMONS, HI'TCIIINSON k V CO. hav. . receive. l per ship Magnolia and other v**w&gt;elM, ti and olTt-r for sale—7 cases pjper hanging* and berdfrs; 'J splendid pianos, 0 1-2 octavo* ; 4 do do; ti do. ; li piano stools ; H vols, selected music : o&lt;i&lt;) t-a.-ks as- ■ sorted nails and spikes ; (Fall Kiver Iron Works Co *] 30 cases sheathing; copper; tM cahkscomposition naijs; J 72 tons Pictou coal, lor hlacksiiiithiii(r ; i&gt;o tons Sid- | iiey coal ; Ul) t ()00 larpe lire bricks; -4 sala- ' niander safes, inannfactnred hy I'M wards, llolmm \ Co. of Hostun ; \ iron chests; 12 lever doir locks; I - brass lever chest locks; 12 tons in n, assorted : (» pair 2 2 1-2 inch bed screws; 8 jack screws; 1"&gt; .Ktiiu stoves; lMTrojan stoves ; 5 pair elamp screws ; 1 sett 2 1-2 inch iron axles ; 111? pieces brown sheetings ; 4 1 mill stones with the complete machinery for a steam " grist null ; # 2.'\ liokt-s scarfalatte tobacco, u nuperior arb ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
NKW lIOTEI. ' 'I'll!* subscriber would respectfully inform the ' public I lint lli. v have recently purclia.M* ol Mr. } (»eorge lVneeke the Public llou*c, Hnkrry una grounds on liie coruer of Pacific and Sanstmie sis., formerly owned and occupied by liiiu. The Hit»scri&gt; • hers wilt continue tin* business at that place, and the public and their friend* are iuformed lliut n - expense or puuis will be .-pared to accommodate tin-he who muv lavor them with their putronuge. Their bar will always he storked with the best of liquors, wines, cordials, etc., etc , and their table be supplied vs .lli the choicest viands the luaiket affords. The b.ikery attached to the establishment will also be continued bv I hem. FREDERICK WISSELL V Co. San Fi'nncisco, Feb'y 7, lhli). % J7 Mwilliqrovk inn n rm: SAN JOMO LOW Kit UOl'TK.—The tmveiling public are respectfully informed that n Mouse ot Entertainment has been o|iened under 4he above name, on the Mt nterey route, via San .lose, lor the re...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
V I.U M'OllK AND M-;\V C(K&gt;|)S ~ - receive,! by recent arm ill. 1t..,,, t1... I'nitcd Suites ■mil »"&gt;&gt;' "pen .-Hi.! tor itt ,l„ \\ urt'lioiiHt' of (h«.".f wivT" , s " m T m " » cm-mi a.».,rii„,.„i MH .1.M,111,1it Bn , '" ' h -' ls - ' -'I'"- •*«»•»Hmlnlmrji. tliinn. l iihirim'blankw.,..! ?..i-k«, whilr tin,l lain-y nliirtn,'Uuriim-y i'r,N-ks h"k."&gt; &gt;l ut is. liii.l. r slims &lt;lrtiwrr», cravuls,' ~|O VI .IU Vl' ''L'T iwnisamluvpr- ■ » • | . ,H . I li.jtk K,.,ks „,k- Will, ~, pen*, ,k nt-ilt-, I", rfy .'1 ull kin.U, rti7.ni». rtiiiu Mr, T ,, —ifit. tlt t v .'""'''.T knl»t-», knives mi,l i„,u .'- or stiws «l i'' V ""I W ' HK| ■ , NI " N " h 'i -'"•■••'l'.'in. linwar.-, •»ami «.ii-h s . h ~,S. tMinkrt, lltnani t h T't i 'l-'- 1 :" 1". ' " Hour. iV.V.TiI - t. poik. tard, fresh butter. March, salcrHius, Hi.ices of nil * riTl Itiol.issi s , „,,, ,|, T , , &gt; ~ | '•'t" -ull. tniistiiril, sail lisli, tlrltil triiili.,...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
ToSEl'll \V. FARNI'M. M I&gt;. Vr «. r , '•!»&lt;&lt; Metallurgical Chrnil-V Rninrui Mai,l * , nn.i Vl.iium. As evidence ol tfin.ln- wunl.l rclui I. I.' Mlowii* teetintoniaii Mixt or T.ir I'mao Sta7 ( „, ) * , , , Jllv I J M •"*tal li abluent of the United Staica Brnneh M , f it 1t.4h1.1n !M. l&gt;r. Joseph \\. F.rnum was uj |&gt;&lt;»ii■ *. j \,».iyrr, wtil» the dutiea ul.-«o of inciter und refiner. It n ill act ol jits t Ice Which I have great |»Uiwun» in perion.,in&lt;». t » dtnr«&gt; ih,it, duriiw lil&gt; long mime of oltict In . \ euted its duties wilhatfcgreeof aa*,dint) , skill, nivl t t accuracy. worthy ol nil «oiimiettflntitifV snd sts- &lt;\ ~a , s«cured the entire confidence of Alt person* conm vr, I with the mint, or doing business %%itli it. Mr r« •. t:th , to mv very great regret, « et muncd on premium*.' lu.resignation. and haa thus ileprived ihe mint of his \ »ii t hie services. A pr*wf o...
Political Pretentions ami Aspirations. W- 1»1 1_ ! t f J.U. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
Political Pretentions ami Aspirations. W- 1»1 1_ ! t f J.U. ALT A CALIFORNIA. KAN FRANCISCO, THURSDAY, OCT I?, I*l9. *&gt; o take pleasure in laying befcr? our readeM, an extract from a letter to strictly in accordance with the genuine views and wishes of the people of this territory, as the following. The author is the well known correspondent of the AT. U. Delta, and it is really refreshing to find among the host of letter-writers in California, one whose appreciation of the character of her inhabitants, and sympathy for her true interests gives euch unmistakable evidence of clover discrimination. unflinching honor and good sense. With reference to the purely patriotic he pes and purposes to promote which, blighted politicians and •spiring partizans have visited (or, we should say, mfated) California, the writer goes on tosuy, It is to b? rcgrottod, however, that they could rot have found some Territory nesirer home worthy of their patriotism and sacrificed, and the lint u...
I ' Ptfrty Distinction*. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
I ' Ptfrty Distinction*. Ihero is evidently a disposition on the part ol scheming factionist* in this place un#elsewhore to uttinipt the basis of parly structure ; to mart the lines of distinction, raise the necesnvrj hue and cry, and thus early sow the gucls of di vision and political discord. This plan niliy bet tor (succeed wliouour position as a people become more elcarly defined. We could then bviu| •igain.it a healthy combination of sound pn litical reasoning, dissenting from honorabl&lt; measures, and abll arguments, fur tome triviu cause 110 reasonable objection, but the recent at tempts at party organization we view differently We are not disposed to stand quietly by, an witness the effort nuide by these unprinciph i men, to array the interests of the nrw e.nv.rs i California against those of the oil reside nit Such a party distinction cannot be drawn, and ill thought must not be lor an instant tolerated The welfare of the two classes is harmonious! t'.ic baint', th...
i The Convention, [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
i The Convention, The Convention finally adjourned m V.ilurdu' ! (ant. and thr moinbrrn are r.i route 16'.' tii ir re ])■ ct'n'e lifiiii' H The Constitution of the State o j i Viifortiiti us pr. pared by tin 111, will b» Hibinittei i 'o the people on the llith day of Novi mbt r. rirxt ] In our tsuppb mental sheet of to-day will b" ibt'in thi' proceedings of the Convention to the Stii iu-t Our next issue will conclude the report ami thei all wilfrbe republished, from the li'JJ of Septem ber, complete. By early application copies m:e be obtained containing the entire proceedings &lt;. the Convention.
I MnAuicli IwlaiiOrt. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
I MnAuicli IwlaiiOrt. Wc have the Polynesian of Sept. 15, frot ! which Wc make the followinjr extracts : » Departure of hie Specifll Commwioncr a.&gt; 4 I'ln I 'fjuientinri/. — Ili* I'xeelloney, O. P. Judd, Kt-&lt;| j Special Commissioner and Plenipotentiary I &gt; ; trunrdinnry. to tins giivernni'&gt;ntH "i I ran -*', iireu Britain am) tin- I nited States, look his ilijvirtur i lur San Francisco, in the tchooner Honolulu, ci I tho 11th in.-t. dlis Kxeollency was accomrianiei i hy Prince Alexander I.iholiho," the heir apparent j and by hi* brother, Lot Kamohmnoha- youm | gentlemen i» whom the liopM of th:• nntiou an' ' tUo aJT-Ctlc®!" of the chiofb tentrc in u very gn.a ! driven. ii' it I a eon -ohitory mi l i-li.-r rjn _r thought h the of the embassy to know that tliei 'carry with them tho sympathy an 1 the 1 cs' wishes of the entire community, native am foreign, then will they go with a lk'ht heart, air! he nistaineil hy the assurance that such if, ...
Local M»(lcr»t n s..t It* irt? r u < .. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
Local Matters. October. —We are gliding. peacefully, happily, midway along through the glorious California month of October. We are prospering in business, wealth and importance, beneath serene unclouded skies, and, as denizens of a thriving sea-port city, bustling in daily life under a warm sunm, and in the enjoyment of pleasant healthful breezes, morning, noon and night. This in the month for forming those favorable impressions of California which, once received, are never eradieated, even by the tough, cold summer seasoning one gets by a year's residence in San Francisco. No longer our citizens hasten within doors ere the day is half past, to avoid the blinding sand and choking dust with which the air is filled, and which whirls in gusts through the streets us vvai ter rut lies througn the sluiceway. No more do | "veiling mists steal in. an 1 tJ ut ill-protecting ■rr'-ij coat envelop-' the t&lt;.wn, while cull wind- ! pentrat. and Hit- ;&gt;t through the ni; ; ht:...
M A lIINE JOURN AL I'ort of San Fnuicl^co. Tliiii'Ntlav, 0< |. is, »•»£'.). AIM' IV ED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
M A lIINE JOURN AL I'ort of San Fnuicl^co. Tliiii'Ntlav, 0&lt; |. is, »•»£'.). AIM' IV ED. Of. lOtli— l»k CTirirfu, BaLbidge, 207 ds faiNcw \o-k. 4 -W inissenj^'i#*. Eurnv lik J •&gt;!iatmii Amciiii, i 10 O.i fin Tdiiama, ■!$ p.isi lii/rro. 1 lltli— Am bk Susan Jane, I'nor,-l a 3 J.s fm l.'o3tu:\ 12 * K''S s&lt;-l &gt; Sisrvf China, Towker, 105 d* fm Sylnev, It past cfigcrp. 1 *Jlll —Am ship Alhambra, Coffin, IdQ ds fm Nc* Orleans. *"&gt; pusscn^rs. Ain s'i p New Jersey, Bow, 152 di fm Boston, 213 pa.. rup. rs. Swt-il ship Print© Chailes, Tarras, 83 ds fm Buenos Ay.res, if pa«s« ngers. J. Am chip Snsau, Lathrop, 151 ds fin Philadelphia, ,191 pi»&gt;se»j;crs. Am ship £alom, Douglass, 214 ds fm Naw York, 203 pasccngeis. Am chip Mason, Ttghman, fm l*|jitadclphio* H2 | pn«.&lt;engcrs. , Dug bk St. George, Herman, 220 d» fm ri)nionth» GO | tigers. Am Lk Lathrop, 210 dj fm New Yc.'k, 2 r » passengers. Am bk Tasso, Lindsay, 75 ds fm P...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
TirELD ic'com INLAND EXPRESS ; w ¥ By steamer befwwn S*n Fraifiseo, Bjcram*titjf city, Stooklou. Boni 'i* and New Yurk, In ronti-Tfton with TUlany &amp; Co.'s Express. trom Sacrament j e.ry, tj Vernon; and to Cuiloma, Mormon l-dm !, and udier ol the mining rsgion upon ill -• branches of tii • Sic. rtmen'o. The suoseiber* would pive notice that tiny haveestablished an Express between Sun Francisco arm St' rramento city, with otEccs a* Venecia an \ New Yv:k, and that the line will Se ImmcdiaLly extended t j Stock-| ion. We will attend to the caniagc and delivery ol ape- : cie. gold dust, and parcels of every description; to ihe| collection of drafts, notes, bills, etc.; to the purchase and j forwarding of goods ; and to the transaction of ull other j business which may be entrusted to iw. A responsible ! egont wiil pas* between Shi Franci-co and Sacramento City, by the mail steamer Mint, making three trips each : way per week. Another ag rt» will be placed on boaid the steamer...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 18 October 1849
I Fl'll PANAMA —cj-.iii-: sit &lt; tf'- '■•-n - y. s,a Hi ■ ... M.ii:'.S.rl 1! , 1 A-it-r!: . Yi • 1* • * " M- t f i AUIOUMA, Li.Lt. 1. ... i. .: L. S. .N , 1.0.0. \ -t I-:vc icr-u' 1 • • vc 1 i,-. .« r* . N v.ni'-.r !, at Rj.-n. UJu .p ■* ':&gt;' : ; ■ •»" r »l 1 t the C trn.nv s cir.cc on K....-U:} t.ie li.'n, i o-.'n of the 31-4 October. .. ':v ore i. T .i -tt | tj Lo on hoatd euiiy • n t..t , ''I'T! '.'l? r* | p : iv .. » I I I UFLV OlliLCi' LINK it K ; M:-.V YOSK. «-'l'lie n,v :i!&gt;J ft.Uivl; I U ' ;i " I'm C.• i. J. Ii i.•'On, Oi ! 'ns, \»i»l le.ive Ctii'T; s »:irt ct !.*r New • i i ork on Ot" :0 .u.t 30&lt;h N jveinixr. or as st.c»n ;is tlu ! paw.-n.v '■? ond bullion per Pt«':iim r Cdi.o»-!:Ii »ha'l;n- : : ;! u - u \ I T~ r ' y: ' h puiirf-i^p."' i.iidi t lit! 0! L»»d:v '-T !d du t d llvcrcd in Ncu ■orK or i:t t'- liiuk.u I: n.l. e.m t '.! ;.t ti jo etim .1 A. IIOIiI.NSON. r. .1, J \\ IJ.VVV.IM&gt; , 4--lf 110 , .\1..\KD ft SON. N.\* ...