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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849

S. BRANNAN, & CO. Just received and for sale a large and ex tensive assortment of dry goods, groceries wines, liquors, ready made clothing, and fancy goods, which they offer for sale at reduced prices at their stores, at the Embarcadara and the Fort Also goods received on storage and commission on board of the brig Elidora, lying in front of their warehouse sacramento City, May 18th 1849 4tfNotice is hereby given **a* *** ********* ** the junction of the North and south Forks having formed themselves into a company for the purpose of daming and turning the river from its original bed, this is to caution all persons from trespassing upon their claim, as they are determined to defend it with their lives. By order of the company. BENJAMIN L. FAIRFIELD, Pres. C W HUFF Secretary May 10th 1849 4t* SUISUN. Town and suburban lots at this very desi rable location for business and residence, near to the mouth of the Sacramento, and co*venient for vessels trading to the San Jo*quin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 30 June 1849

CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL. Columa, ( Sutter s Mill ) Dr Henry Bates having established an hospital at Culoma begs le*ve to inform the miners of the Sacramento valley and the citizens generally that this establishment is located in the pleasantest, and most desirable part of the country being at the nearest point to the mining district, and possessing all the necessary advantages for an establishment of this description The hospital is situated at the north part of the town on an eminence, commanding a delightful view of the country. and surrounded by a fine grove of shade trees, rendering the situation cool and desirable during the summer months. There is also an ample supply of excellent spring water near the hospital, and all other advantages for the comfort and happiness of those wishing to avail themselves of medical assistance. Dr Bates will attend personally to *ll patients requiring medical or surgical treatment and assures the public that nothing shall be wanting to render this es...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

PLACER TIMES. VOL I SACRAMENTO CITY, JULY 7, 1849. NO. 10.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

Business Cards S. BRANNAN & Co. Wholesale & Retail, Forwarding, Storage & Commission Merchants . Corner of Front and J sts., and at the Sutter's Fort Sacramento City. Apr. 28th. HENSLEY, READING, & CO Wholesale & Retail Dealers, Sacramento City. 1-tf MARSHALL & SANRTY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. Sacramento city. 2tf VON PFISTER & VAUGHAN Dealers in dry goods, groceries and liquors., boots, shoes, and clothing, etc, Cash paid for gold dust. EDWARD. H. VON PFISTER, WILLIAM VAUGHAN. 1tf Dr. T. L. CHAPMAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sacramento city. HENRY BATES, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Culoma, (Sutter's Mill.) May 12, 3 tf PRIEST, LEE & CO. Wholesale & Retail Dealers in dry goods, groceries, liquors, and provisions, on the corner of second and J streets, Sacramento City. *tf1 SEMPLE & ROBINSON. Importing, Commission and Shippi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL. Columa, ( Sutter s Mill ). Dr Henry Bates having established an hospital at Culoma begs leave to inform the miners of the Sacramento valley and the citizens generally that this establishment is located in the pleasantest and most desirable part of the country being at the nearest point to the mining district, and possessing all the necessary advantages for an establishment of this description. The hospital is situated at the north part of the town on an eminence, commanding a delightful view of the country, and surround ed by a fine grove of shade trees, rendering the situation cool and desirable during the summer months. There is also an ample supply of excellent spring water near the hospital, and all other advantages for the comfort and happiness of those wishing to avail themselves of medical assistance. Dr. Bates will attend personally to all patients requiring medical or surgical treatment and assures the public that nothing shall be wanting to render this...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

NEW GOODS For sale on board the bark Whiton, just arrived from New York, and now lying at the embarcadero of Sacramento city, an extensive assortment, consisting of mining utensils, such as long-handled, round pointed, steel-edged shovels, steel-edged square shovels, spades, &c. ; washing pans from six to ten quarts each, &c. ; cooking stoves, boots and shoes, ready made clothing, tin and hollow ware of every description, groceries, medicines, a great lot of American garden seeds, &c., &c. Miners and merchants will find it to their interests to call on board the bark, and examine for themselves R. GELSTON & CO. sacramento city, May 11th 3tf Notice is hereby given that the residents a* the junction of the North and south Forks having formed themselves into a company for the purpose of daming and turning the river from its original bed, this is to caution all persons from trespassing upon their claim, as they are determined t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

In consequence of the absence of the Editor, and the non-arrival of late papers from any quarter, the present number of the Times will not be found very attractive. The Editor will return in the early part of the week with some new materials, when we shall be enabled to do our job work in a more satisfactory manner to our friends, as well as ourselves. We have many complaints from subscribers in the mines in consequence of their not receiving their papers regularly. We hope to remedy the evil by establishing agencies at the most convenient points. The Fourth of July. — The Anniversary of our country's independence was duly observed by the citizens of Sacramento City. — There was the usual display of fireworks and salutes in honor of the Day. At half past 1 o'clock a respectable audience assembled in the edge of the beautiful grove of oaks skirting the plain and in rear of the city, to listen to an address from Rev. Dr. Deal, recently from Baltimore. The exercises were opened with pr...

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Flit Convention Election. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

The Convention Election. The mass meeting of the citizens of Sacramento District, assembled in Sacramento City July 5th, 1849, having selected a committee of thirteen gentlemen for the purpose of organizing this District into precincts, fixing the number of Delegates to attend the Convention to be held at Monterey, 1st Sept. next, and nominating candidates for the same, would report the following as the result of their labors : That the District of Sacramento is entitled to ten members, and that this number be voted for at the election. That the following named gentlemen be suggested to the voters of the District as suitable candidates for their suffrages: John Bidwell. L. W. Hastings, Capt. Shannon, W. S. Sherwood, Jacob R. Snyder. C E. Pickett. M. M. McCarver, Jno. McDougal, Jno. A. Sutter. Jno. S. Fowler. That Polls be opened at the following precincts: Vernon— Messrs. Foster's and Nye's Posts, Yubo River— Bidwell's Post, Feather River— Dr. Atkinson's Post, Yubo River— Peter Laws...

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THE CHILE. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

THE BRIDE. The vow had been taken, the blessing is o'er, And the home of her childhood shall know her no more ; She has flown to her chamber, one moment to hide The thoughts crowding thick on the young blushing bride. There is joy at her heart, and all peacefully flow The currents that swell from her bosom of snow; And calm is her eye in the fullness of bliss. For she asks not if Heaven be more happy than this. Yet pensively sad falls the shade of the lid O'er the heaven of that eye by its long lashes hid, As the cloud-shadows fall on the ripe harvest field, The tender young grain from the moonbeam to shield. What mist with its moisture is dimming her gaze? What thoughts cast a shade o'er her brightest of days? The voices of childhood in wild echoes come. With the thought of her mother all lonely at home. Oh, blame her not, lord of her destiny ; thou Who rulest the sun of her happiness now ! The truer the tone of her heart-chords may be To the claims of her childhood, the truer to t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

Died, On Sunday last, 8th instant, in this place, James Frazier Pruet, aged one year and 11 months, youngest son of Thos. and Maryline Pruet late from Oregon. NOTICE is hereby given that I have in my possession promissory notes drawn in favor of John A. Sutter, Jr. upon which I have a lien for fees, &c. The payors of said notes are cautioned against making any payments on said notes to any other person but myself, or my authurized agent. July 7 PETER H. BURNETT. WANTED. 10 Men to chop wood, at Sacramento city May 18. 4tf S. BRANNAN & co. GOLD received on deposit for safe-keep-ing. S. BRANNAN & co. COIN paid for Placer Gold by May 18. 4tf S. BRANNAN & co

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

To Gold Washers—For Sale—A variety of articles useful to persons going to the mines — among them some improved Pans. — Apply at this office, Front street, near Brannan & co.'s store. July 7 All persons having claims against Hensley, Reading & co. will please present them for settlement ; and all persons indebted to the firm will please settle their accounts as early as possible. Messrs Jones & Brown will settle all accounts, and hereafter conduct the business. HENSLEY, READING & co. Sacramento city. July 6 1849. j30 Doctor Chas H Cragin, (formerly of Washington city,) respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Sacramento city and neighborhood Office at present at S Brannan & co's. j3O 3t NEW GOODS. Satin Vests, Cotton Hose Cotton Vests. Cashmere Vests Red Flannel Shirts, Rice Tennant's Ale. Raisins Canton Trunks, Umbrellas Clothes Baskets. Shovels Manilla Rope. Beans, Coffee Pots, Camphor Trunks Gunpow...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

HEAD QUARTERS Tenth Military Department, San Francisco, Cal. June I8, 1849. [Orders No. 25.] Very few of the discharged New York Volunteers having availed themselves of the provisions of the instructions of the Secretary of War, as published in Department Orders, No. 4, current series, that order is now republished for the information of all concerned, and notice is now given that without farther instructions from the War Department, transportation home will not be furnished to any of, those volunteers who may fail to make their election before the first of September next. Persons desirous of availing themselves of the provisions of the order above referred to, will apply to the senior Quartermaster of the Department, who will cause them to be enrolled upon their furnishing him with satisfactory evidence of their discharge from Col. Stevenson's Regiment N. Y. Volunteers, and will furnish them with the usual transportation to New York as soon as the interests of the service will perm...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

the information communicated to them. (Signed) W. L. MARCY, Secretary of War. By order of Col. Mason. W. T. Sherman. 1st Lieut. 3d Artillery, A. A. A. General. By order of General Riley. (Signed) ED: U. S. CANBY, Ass't Adj't Gen. jv7 3t JUST RECEIVED per J. B. Lemar Eliza, and Dice Ma Nana, a large and general assortment of goods suitable for traders and gold washers, consisting in part of 100,000 feet American white pine lumber, 2,000 sacks flour, 100 do barley, sheet-copper and iron, tin pans, sugar, coffee, rice and chocolate, crackers in tins and small kegs. Tennant's ale, champagne, cordials, port, sherry and claret wines; a large assortment of preserved dried fruits, figs, dates and raisins, brandy, peaches sega*s. rifle powder, colored and hickory shirts. S. BRANNAN & co. June 16—tf. Notice to Gold Washers. L. W. Hastings & co. have on hand at their store in Columa. about half a mile this side the saw-mill, and fifteen miles this side the middle Fork, ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 7 July 1849

THE SUBSCRIBERS Offer for sale, on the arrival of the bark Maria, now one hundred and forty days out from Boston, SIX SALAMANDER SAFES, of from 500 to 2000 lbs weight each, manufactured by Adams, Hammond & Co. Also, by the same, and ships Capitol and Pharsalia, now one hundred and twenty-five out, and per bark Collooney, from Panama, a general and extensive assortment of MERCHANDISE; Among which are Ready-made Clothing, Saddles, Hardware, Powder and Shot, Boots and Shoes, Harnesses Medicines, Percussion Caps, Crockery & Glassware, Rifles. Pickles, double barrel'd Guns Trunks, Single do do Tin-ware, Revolvers, Carpet Bags, Rifle Pistols, Gold scales & weights, Provisions, Wagons, Powder Flasks, Wooden-ware. Shot Belts, India Rubber Goods, Game Bags, Bowie Knives, Blankets, Cigars. Whips. Mule Bridles, Tobacco. Gent's Furnishing Goods, of every description, and a great variety of Fancy Goods. To convince every one that we can give them Great Bargain...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 14 July 1849

PLACER TIMES. VOL I. NO. 11. SACRAMENTO CITY, JULY 14, 1849.

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THE DOUBLE PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 14 July 1849

THE DOUBLE PAIN. ¶ — From the Spanish. ¶ "Con dos cuidados guerreo ¶ Que me dan pena, y sospiro ¶ El uno cuando no os veo. ¶ El otro cuando vos miro." ¶ — ¶ My heart doth own a double fear ¶ A double pain, a double sigh — ¶ The one when you are absent, dear; ¶ The other when you're by. ¶ ¶ At seeing you, my heart doth mourn ¶ With love that cannot find relief; ¶ At missing you, my heart is torn ¶ With all the bitter pangs of grief. ¶ ¶ And now I shed the burning tear; ¶ And now I heave the useless sigh : ¶ The one when you are absent, dear — T¶ he other, when you are by! ¶ ----- New Cities. — We condense from the "Alta California" the following notices of the principal cities which have been laid out within the last few months. Some of them we believe are only laid out, but the principal part have more or less inhabitants : Fremont.—This is a town laid out by Jonas Spect, Esq. on the west bank of the Sacramento river, opposite the mouth of Feather river. It is said that this point i...

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