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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850

• ' A. M. WLXN, ; General: Agent, and Special, Agkxt for CAIT. ' JOHN AUGUSTUS GUTTER, OHice in (jillespie's Doric Roar, ou M between 2d and 3d streets, in Sacramento Ciiy. FOR SALK, Building Lots in Suiter, Sacramento City, Vcrnoii, Buteville, Eliza and .Plumas.- ; ... b lots on M and 2d streets, in Sacramento City, splendid pi operty lor brick buildings. . ! , Fauns on Sacramento and Fgalher Rivers, in sizes ■ to sirt purchasers. All or any portion of • th« above mimed property will be sold at alow rate, and on ea?y terms, thu*ob-\ ject being to give an equal chance to small and large capitalists. An excellent boarding hour,» on 3d between L and and M streets, for rent or sale. . A hinche bt-.ow and near the city. Mmv 24»1i. I-M>. , % f!3 3in y, NU'IIUE. The undersigned will receive written proposals until the 15. ii uf July next, for the removal ol any and l •"■ a I obitru -.-turns to navigate on Bear river, up to tha It rry, opposite the town of Keurny, «.n Johnson's ...

Publication Title: Placer Times
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Journal of, 11 l*n^<«i!iigcr who «:ani<; up ill 1110 Teimcsscc. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850

Journal of , 11 l*n^&amp;lt;«i!iigcr who «:ani&amp;lt;; up ill 1110 Teimcsscc. CHAPTER VI. - ; ij-v ' Stkamkr F.MIMUK Cirv^Feb. 21, 1850. , Made the discovery; last evening that we had a band on board, who having in a measure recovered from some of the "ills that life is heir to," etna nated from: the unexplored regions of the hold, mounted the paddle box, and returned, the compliment to the winds, and "gave blow for blow." The ecphyrs knocked under inslantcr, nnd,aban« cloned the contest. 1 can't cay. much for the music— the motion of the vessel appeared to disturb the timo they ought to have kept Hut in the present instance; it was all sorts of a time. Some cutcrprising individual proposed a dance, and the motion was adopted nt once. The band descended from their pinnacle, and brought thenisdlves to a level with common people. The net was formed— no particular set Some might have been hard, very possibly some soft. I Inhorn gave a "toot, " the fiddle exclaimed "pudding, pu...

Publication Title: Placer Times
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
[COMMUNICATED] [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850

[COMMUNICATED] Sir The disOOssiod on the validity of thn title of John A Suttcr to the ground upon which the City of Siicrnmcnto is built in ono which I had thought long nincc Hbpt forever, but it tPPSSJt "tbi'rwiso . and in my opinion you are perfectly right in drawing out an argument upon the subject at this time, for Iho benefit of those who ha-, »» lately arrived here. 1 believe that every candid, jfftt, and honorable man. after taking the ttOttble to inventigato tbi« Hiibject, and weighing it in his own mind, will iinhr^itafiuglv concede that Slitter's title to this land i?» un« ■"iitinvcrtible and Bl|(]ttf#t{oßiablei Sutler obtained his grant to thin land in thorough compliance of Mexican law He first employed a surveyor, John J. Ytogtt, vtith f.iculty, t(»Bur\ey the gnnind anked for, and to make a niiip of it. Wkioh map was mado and recorded With his petition in the archives at Monterey, June l'»th. 1841 In his petition, he asked for the land particularly delineated on the sa...

Publication Title: Placer Times
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
butter's Title. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850

butter's Title. Mr. Editor— Jn view of the much that has boon paid in regard to "Slitters Title, 11 may Ibo permitted to say a few words after my own fashion. r To question the existence or extent of this title, argues a degree of ignorance end stupility which I cm happy to believe docs not exist among the 'sovefcigns*' of our broad land. To endeavor at this late day to invalidate a grant made in good fdili. by a foreign nation, to ■ foreigner, and in a foreign language, by searching for a Haw or lack Of detail, argues a meanness that, in "a country like California, should meet the contempt of every honorable mm To suppose that Congress will search for a flaw/in this grant, for the purpose (if invalidating it. or that it will trouble itself much about the matter at a I. is most" decidedly rich . in 'fact, Mr. Editor, there is no room for argument— California tattering fa '-tit the "same old ber-Saxon Fpirit*'— grab, fposs safari, and then coolly argue the case. Refreshing, i«« if no...

Publication Title: Placer Times
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 June 1850

SACRAMENTO HOSPITAL, Under the care of Dr. Ilobert M. Slanshury. j';-\1 Th« uudersigned Laving purchased the interest ai\ Dr. Cragin and Mr. AMI in the Sacrameulo Uo^pital," near Sutler's Fort, are prepared to receive hick persons at the following rates: A patient occupying a room aloup, .§l6 per day. Two or three patients in one room, each §12 a day. War i patients, each $10 per day. This charge covers board 1 , lodging, medicines, medical and other necessary attendance, and the wa-hing - of bed-linen and towels. An extra charge will be j made for s-nrgieal openitious. No person laboring uudcr any form of mania will be received. • - -■■ Upon the admission of a patient, full security will be required or the payment of all charges which fas may incur during his stay in the Hospital. There is now on hand a large stock of medicinei, carefully selected and imported direct, by the late enperintendent, from which physicians and others can •be supplied at reasonable prices. H. m. ST,I N B ...

Publication Title: Placer Times
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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