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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
WELD &amp; CO.'S INLAND EXPRESS. By steamer between San Frsncisco, Sacramento city, Stockton, Benicia and New York. In connection with Tiffany &amp; Co.'s Express. from Sacramento city, to Vernon and to Culloma, Mormon Island, and other parts of the mining region u|mn the branches of the Sacramento. The subscribers would give notice that they have established an Express between San Francnco and Sacramento city, with offices at Benecia and New York, and that the line will be iinmediauly extended to Stockton. We will attend to the carriage and delivery of specie, gold dust, and parcels of every description; to the collection of drafts, notes, bills, etc. to the purchase and forwardinp of goods; and to the transaction of ull other business » hich may be entrusted to us. A responsible agent will pass between San Francisco and Sacramento city, by the mail steamer Mint, making three trips euch wuy per week. Another agent will be placed on board the steamer McKim, upon the ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY U. S. Steamship Georgia, of 3000 tons burtn. U. S. Steamship Ohio, of 3000 tons burthen. U. S Steamship Falcon, 1000 tons burthen. U. S. Steamship Isthmus, 500 tons burthen. One of the above Steamships will leave Chagres for New Orleans, Havana, and New York o the 28th of each month. Passage from Chagres to New York— In the cabin, $150.00 " forward " 125.00 " steerage, 80.00 Freight on gold and specie, 1 per cent. Piftaatfca and bt rih.-* M-cured nere will have the preference over thaw taken at the intermediate porta. WAKL) dc CO., Atffnta, at. WQ&amp; PANAMA — calling at Montery, San Diego, Mazatlan, San Bias und Acapuk-o. 'Hie Pacific Mail Steiiinahip Coinjmnv'* • 'earner CALIFORNIA, Lieut. T. A. Budd, L. S. N'., Commander, will le.ive for the above pluccn on Thl'bsdav, November 1, at noon. Gold : Oust lor (shipme nt received at tin* Compativ'a oftice on Tm&gt;duy the 30th, and until noon of the Jlwt October. Pay* ni;eis are req...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
NEW HOTEL THE subscribers would respectfully inform the public that they hsve recently purchase- of Mr. George Denecke the Public House, Bakery and grounds on the corner of Pacific and Sansome sts., formerly owned and occupied by him. The subscribers will continue the business at that place, and the public and their friends are informed that no expense or pains will be spared to accommodate those who may favor them with their patronage. Their bar will al-, ways be stocked with the best of liquors, wines, cordials, etc.. etc., and their table be supplied with the choicest viands the market affords. The bakery attached to the establishment will also be continued by them. FREDERICK WISSELL &amp; Co. San Francisco, Feb'y 7, 1849. 42 WILLIGROVE INN - ON THE SAN JOSE LOWER ROUTE. - The traveiling public are respectfully informed that a House of Entertainment has been opened under the above name, on the Monterey route, via San Jose, for the reception of persons frequenting this imp...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
NEW GOODS AT BENICIA CITY - WETMORE &amp; GRAY are recieving per ship Jane Parker and other arrivals, a general assortment of desireable goods which they offer for sale at their new warehouse in Benicia; including boots and shoes, ready-made clothing, of all descriptions, blankets and dry goods, fine cutlery; hardware and builders' materials; plated and briitannia ware; looking glasses; beads; jewelry ; military and fancy goods ; gold scales ; saddlery and harness; books, paper, and stationery; crockery and glasa ware; tin ware, wooden ware, and house keeping utensils. Also, to arrive per barks Hebe, Kirkland, Edwd. Fletcher, and ships Duxbury and Charlotte, now due, a lot of fresh peaches, fresh tomatoes, and Baltimore freah oysters, in cans; pilot and navy bread ; spit tuli.i I'leinium e.ioking slovee; Iron hollow warr ; f.Utiorm and counter waloaj (lour, groceI rie*. and a lew choir.' win, with additional arllcira aa above. These goods arc all ol the Ix al ouaiily. Trader...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
SIMMONS, HUTCHINSON &amp; CO. have received per ship Magnolia and other vessels, ■■d eflkr fwnh—7 run paper bufiup and bordsr.; 1 splendid ptanee, I 1-9 octaves j 4 do do; 6 do.; V ih.uo steels | 6 Tola selected innate ; '.'6O cssks u■orled aaila aad epikee; (Fall River Iron Works Co.) 10 cases sheathing oepper; Stl caskscomposition nail.; &gt;9 lons Pieton coal, for blaeksinilhiag; 50 tons Sid- , aey coal; 30,000 large Kngltsh Are bricks; 4 .alumander safee, Manafactured by Edwards, Holman Jr Co. of Bostea; 4 iron cheats ; 9 lever do ir locks ; 4 brass laver oheet locke; 12 tana irva, assorted ; ti pair SI 1-9 inch bod screws ; t jack scrsars; IS .V.tnu itovea ; 13 Trojaa atovee ; S pair clamp screws; 1 sell 2 1-9 lacli iron ax lan ; 116 pieces brown shssting* ; 4 mill etoaee with the complete machinery for a ateam grist mill; 95 bexeoscartalatte tobacco, a superior article for making ; 75 boxes (John Anderson .f Co'«). fine cnt chewing tobacco in 1-9 lb. lumpa ; 50...
Hew jtwk •( (fee Pacific* ' [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
Hew jtwk •( (fee Pacific* ' REAL ESTATE. ■e City of New York, of tho Pacific, aituated it nead of ahip navigatioa opoa tho bay of Suiaaa at « iictioa with tho riven Sacramento and San Jo*- ( . liaa boon moat accurately surveyed by Captaiu j Hammond U, 8. A. and laid out in the moat ■i i ful and convenient mauner, and mapa have been j i red by E. H. Rowe, Em). Engineer and land aar- ( &gt;r, ptfnting out clearly each and every lot within ( nrveyod limita of the city, and the proprietor! now , r them for aale to the public. ~ Along the entire wa- : ont of the city a public atreet ia laid out one hun- j I and fifty feet in width, beyotf Which no ground ( i ever bo aold, and the proprietor, therefore guaran- ( 10 the purchaaera of ail lota fronting on Water • t that ao building ahall ever bo erected between ( purchaae and the water. There ia no point along ( entire water front of the city at which veaeele of largest claaa cannot lay withia 30 feet of the bank ! e river, and ther...
THE TOWN OF SUTTER, [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
THE TOWN OF SUTTER, (LATI IUTTEIIVILLC.) I hi* town ha* ju*t been re-surveyed and laid out i Ll. J. W. Davidaon, of the U. S. A. and lots ruin nre iow offered for aale here by the eubacriis, aud at the Town by George McDougal A Co .is town is beautifully situated upon the east bank the Sacramento, within about two miles of Sut- ' s l*ort, having a Hue road leading therefrom di ■ ' t to the mining region, and I* some six miles .trerlbe mines by Ibis road than any other embarrar point upon the river. A direct roud is also nig made on the opposite *ide of the river, which II when completed, save 74 miles land travel lo the i .iuea. The location* upon the river bank* lor busipurposes are never subject lo overflow by.lhe • iihest water known on the river, and the high "und back i* the most desirable location for a . sidonce of any point that can be selected upon the l&gt;anka uf the Saoramento.
THE TOWN OF SANT4 CRUZ. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
THE TOWN OF SANT4 CRUZ. The survey of this Pueblo, oue of the oldest in t ulifornia, lias recently been corrected and mapped l.y Lt. Williamson, tJ. S. A. It ia aituated in the 'lay of Monterey, and presents more advantagea for nu agreeable residence than any other in California, liir it ia well known that at no part of the whole country ia the climate purer, water better, aoil more wrtile, and where ao unlimited a aupply of lumber old timber for building and fencing purpoaea can be rncured at pricea m arly aa low aa in the United lates. The town and planting grounda are laid out •;i lota of 50 varaa aquare, a large number of wh ; ch nre now offered far aale at very moderate prices by tna aubacribera.
SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
SAN FRANCISCO. Soma of tho moat deairable locationa for private re»ldeuces or buaineaa purpoaea in thia town, can be pnrchaaed or leaaed of the aubacribera. Mape of tlia City of New York of the Pacific, Hie Towne of Sutter, Santa Crux, and San Francisi'o can be aeen at the Land Office of the aubacribera, on Clay ttreet, south side Portamouth aquare. 43 STEVENSON, PARKKtt fc CO.
Springfield. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
Springfield. (jantletnen wishing favorable locationa for buaineaa in the northern mining diatrict are informed that excellent baildiug lota in the town of tipriugficld, may be purchased on reasonable terms of I, K. TaitsHKi.t, at his office on Montgomery atieet, fust door • oiitli of Rosa, Henton 4. Co. For the information of atrangera unacquainted with ! tlia business advantagea of thia place, a few facte may be atated, „ The town ia beautifully aituated at the eastern extremity of a great bend in the Bacramento, on .the eastern bank of the atraam, three miles in nn east- • nuth-eaaterly direction, below the mouth of leather Kiver and about tweuty-five above Sacramento City —being the neareat eligible poiut on tha River to the rich mines of feather and Yubu rivera, ltear Creek, the North aud Middle Forks of the American River! aad at the intervening district. An excellent route for land transportation at all ■easons, leads dircctly from thia pltce towards the | mince—the distance t...
Morklca. t Tl l • 1 :i_ l: if .f iLU —.«!■. .1 «/' [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
Morklca. \ t Tl l • 1 :i_ l: if .f iLU —.«!■. .1 «/' The undersigned avails himself of this method of offering to the public an opportunity to secure advantageous locations in the town of Stockton. The survey has been made by Capt. Hammond, U. S. A., and Wm. Norris, Esq.; the maps are completed and may be seen at the office of S. S. Howison, in the building of the subscriber at Stockton. Those penons who have visited Stockton either on business, or in passing to and from the mines, need no description of its location, and it is deemed quite sufficient to state, for the information of others, that the town is situated at the head of navigation on the San Joaquin, embracing within its limits four navigable channels, communicating directly with the river, and each affording ample depth of water for vessels of any draught usually engaged in the inland trade The depth of the river and channels, as well as their capacity for navigation, are abundautly attested in the fact, that at this pr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
(ViOllCi: TO THE I'lllLlC.—The undersigned 11 I)living learned from vahou* sources that doubts Jxist with regard lo the legality of the till* to the land now laid out and known as the town of Martinez, presents the following extracts from the origi- 1 nal titles as grunted to the lat« Don Yguucio Mar- ■ line*, by Governors Figuerou and Alvarado, with the view of dispelling any such doubta or rumor*. Extract let—Ceded to Ygnaeio Martinet in 1834, by Generul Jose Figueroa, Governor of California, three leagues or sitios of land, a little more or lea ; taking ill the Cunnada del Pinole, and the Cannada del llambre, to tlio straits of Carquinez ; from thence northerly lo the buy of Sonoma, or San Pablo , from thence to the mouth of the valley or Cannada del Pinole, as shown by the map or diaeno of laid farm. Extract 'Jd.—showing the boundaries of four leagues of land granted to Ygnaeio Martinet in 1842. by (iovernor J. 11, Alvarado und known by the name of Pinole, commeiiciiig ut the mo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
The city of south san franCISCO.—The oudersicned keg l««Te to lofqra ■he public (hat a survey of me cilr of Sooth San Fran:iaco hat jut been completed, and a map of the city i« now to be wen at the More of Deßoom, Vigneaux &amp; Sruar, on Clay street. The site is located on the Bay of San Francisco, two miles southerly of the city of Sun Francisco, and in plain sight of tbe shipping in the I)artier. The same depth of water found in the harbor of the city of Saa Francisco is to be found in the harbor of tbe city at South San Francisco, and along the hay between the two harbors. Tbe hajrbor is more securely protected from the wind than tbe harbor of the city of San Francisco, and ships of the heaviest burden may lay within a boat's length of the land at many points, and quite '.'lose generally along the whole front of the city, affording the beat facilities for discharging uargu. The land rises in a gentle slope from the water, and is composed of a rich clay soil. There are ex...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
NOTICE.— I hereby notify all persons, that the land on the east bank of the Sacramento River, between the mouth of Feather River and the American Fork, except that portion of it which I have conveyed to the proprietors ot Vernon, is my property. Understanding that one Hiram Grimes claims right to said land, and has actually succeeded in selling a portion of it to persons who were cognizant of my title, and fearing that he may inveigle innocent parties into similar purchases, I hereby forewarn all persons of my right, and caution them not to purchase from said Grimes, as his claim is, in the first degree, fraudulent. J. A. SUTTER. 42 Property for sale.—The handsome two story double house and furniture, together with the lot and outbuildings situated on the corner of Stockton and Green streets, and now occupied by Mr. F. Ward. A part of the fifty vara Lot, No. 3'JO, corner of Stockton and Union streets. A part of the fifty vara Lo\ No. 51, with . house, corner of Sacramento and Dupont...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
CO-PARTNERSHIPS. i nOPARTNKItSUIP lor the tr iisa.'t o1 I a (.moral Commgiiuion Business at San Pmnn.,, under the finn of SAL AS, BASCUNAN, KKHKMIv' FEHHMAN AS&lt;^ ijN ) N I V. v . , MAN, under whose direction tin- business will be carried on at San Kran. isco. Office. California at., between Montgomery and Kearny. HEMOS estnblrrido una rnsa de romercio en esta plaza, cuyo runio principal sera el de comlsiunes baio 1» ifirma de BALAS, BASCUNAN, FEHRMAN Vfi SALAS, BASCUNAN V CA-, Valparaiso. EDWAK DO FEHKMAN, que «e ham cargo de la can en San Francisco- Eacritorio calle de California entre ba d.. Montgomery y Kearny. 41 tf rvISSOLUTIOfT—the co-partnership heretoloreTx " istlng under the style of S. Brannan and eo. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business of the firm will be settled by Samuel Brannan, at their old store, corner of Front and J sis. All persons holding claims against said concern will present them for payment, and all indebted are requested to come...
Proceedings of the Convention. , [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
Proceedings of the Convention. , ALTA V A LIF OH MA. SAX FKAXCISCO. TIM'HSIiAV NOV. 1. 1M!» I Monday, Sept. 24, 1849. The convention met pursuant to adjournment.. Prayer by the Rev S. H Willey. Journal of Saturday read and approved Mr. Norton, from the Committee on Constitution. made a report, which was read and referred to the Committee of the Whole. On motion of Mr. Wozencraft, the house then resolved itself into Committee of the Whole, Mr Lippitt in the chair, on the re-1 port of the Committee on the Boundary Mr. Shannon suggested, on leave of the house, several alterations and a proviso, to his proposition of Satuiday last relative to the Boundary. Mr. Gwin, on leave of the house, also amended Ins proposition of Saturday last. On motion, the committee then rose, re-1 ported progress, and had leave to set again.' Mr. Woreneralt then moved that Mr. Vermule, a member of the Convention elect from the District of Shi Joaquin bo admitted to his seat; which motion having passed, Mr. Ve...
rfttcuMftTioY To the People of California. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 1 November 1849
rfttcuMftTioY To the People of California. Tnr di'lecitM of tbe ptoplo mm!uilil«4 ih Coi&gt;T«n(i&lt;in, r have forinnii Constitution. which ir now presented for tour ratiflctlion. The time and manner of voting on this Constitution,.and pf holding the first generaleh ction, ary dearly set forth in tbe Schedule i the whole subject ) is therefore left for your unbiased aud detilwprate considcr- ■ at ion, I The IVefpet (or person exercising the functions of that . office.) of each district will designate Ihe tilace* for opening the |hills, and give due notice of the election, in a&lt; - cot-dance with the provision* uf the Constitution and r f&lt;chmlule. t The |K&gt;oi)le are now called upon to form a government. , lor thcuisel)es, and to designate such uftoers at they dc- . sire to uiakc and execute the laws. That iheir choice 1 may he wisely uiade, and that the government so organm &lt;1 t may secure the )ieriuanciit welfare and happin...