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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

■■ « ■ ■ ■■■»■• imti:i> sT.vms mail fOMIMXV. ■Jlfffljf Steamship <•« (M'UI.I. Ot i»*H) tons It • I. aMMlillHb' • ,S - Steamship Ohio. 11l ><HH» 101 l . I•««: U. S Si»*niiK-!if|» Fal-on. l<HMt«>n< huiti n. L\ S. Site-iuiolup Isthmus. .'a*) tons (until it. Oiw of tin* above Steamships will leave < • i Vir Or/ran*, /firnthi, ami .\>ir \i»'K mi 11 it- >t:i ot each month. from Cliityitvs f«» N» w V.uk In the cabin, •• l««rwin«l " I >i» SJ.IKI Fiel-hf on iioM and specie, I i»«-t «•» nt. Passaic*. and t•« 11!isecured Here M ill hate tin pr • eticc over lham taki n at ill.- inteiliu diaie poit*. 1- NN VKO A CO., Aift nts. Moiiti:«>iii( i v 'f fiiuft ~ u "' lr MAIL M KAMmiil' _ fjrTMM'xnir VNN —riu» I . S. .Mail cwMillinilL»i m ' ko i'av.vi a. (iiwn ion- i• * l» t». hsilev, (oiniiiMUih'r, Will IcMVc !«*' I'a.iai.ta riiur^ldv, loth Novruling - , at noon. and lout...

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REAL ESTATE# York tf (he Pari fir. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

REAL ESTATE# York tf (he Pari fir. \ Th# City of New York, of the Pacific, situated ftt i Ih# h*sd ot tdiip Hitvig.iti«»ii upon (lie bay of Suisuu at ( it* junction Willi (lit* rivers Sacramento and SanJoi- t tjuin, has been mo*t accurately surveyed by Captain i I!. I*. ll;itiiinoii<l H. S. A. himJ bid out in the most I beaut ftil and convenient manner, and maps have been < prepared fcy K It. Howe, Km). Engineer and land stir- ! vcyor, pouting out clearly each and every lot within ' tit* purveyed limit# ol the city, and the proprietors now i offer t!ien» lor pale lo tie' public. Along the entire wa- I t»r front of the city a public street ip laid out one hundred and filly feel in width, beyond which uo ground will ever be poid. and the proprietor* therefore guarantee to tiit* purchasers of all lota fronting on Water ptreet that no bui'tiing shall ever lie erected between their purchase and the water. There is no point along t'.e entire water front of the city a...

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i THE TOWN o| SI'TTKK, [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

i THE TOWN o| SI'TTKK, (LA I K BUTTKRSVIM.K.) Th«* town ha* jiiht been re-Nurveyed nnd laid owl l#y Lt J. W. Duvulmoii, of the I'. 8. A. and lot« I lit-rvi ii are ow offered for mile here by the etibacri-1 I'ts mid at the Town by <»uorge McDmigal & Co. | Thi* town i* beuiitii'ully »ilualed upon the rust bank of tint Sacramento, within about twoinilex of Sutter » I'ort, having a line road leading therefrom di*j reel to iln* iifiuing region, and i* hoiii« mx iiiiU-h iK'urarthe miiii'H by thiu road than any other einbarrarar (mint upon Urn river. A direct road in ulno i being made on the eppoaile wide of the river, which will when Completed, nave 74 mile* land travel to the mine*. The locution* upon the river hauk« for ImhineHM pniponeN are never mibject to overflow by the highest water ktiowu on the river, mid the high ground back it the mont denirable location for a residence of any point that can be selected upon the bauk« of the Sacramento.

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THE TOWN OF $ A XT/fl CRUZ. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

THE TOWN OF $ A XT/fl CRUZ. The mrvcy of this Puebjo, oti«* of (he oldest in California, bus recently been corrected and mapped by l«t. Williamson, U.S. A. It is situated in tlie' B: j of Monterey, ami presents more advantages lor! an agreeable residence thau any other in California, tor it is well known tlmt at no part of the whole country is tha climate purer, water better, toil more fcittle, auil where no uuluuited a supply of lumber' and timber for building and fencing purposes can be procured at prices nearly uh low un hi the United ; State*. The towu and planting grounds are laid out hi lota of 50 vara* square, a large number of which ar* now ollered lar sale at very moderate prices by Ilia subscribers.

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SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

SAN FRANCISCO. •Some of the most desirable locatious for private re«tflei»e«*a or business purpose* tn this town, can be purchased or tensed of the subscribers. Maps of tlie City of New York of the Pacific, the Tow ns of Suttor, S'anta Cruz, and *an Francisco cau beaten at the Laud Oltire of the subscribers, oa Clay atreet,south hide Portsmouth square. M I:VK.\M>\, PARKHR A: CO.

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Mprliigfi«»ld. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

Mprliigfi«»ld. Gantlemen wishing favorable locations for business io the northern nun ng district are informed that excellent bidding lot* in the town of Springfield, ma\ be purchased oil reasonable terms of 1,. K. Tkifcsm:i.i., at his oflica on Montgomery aticet, first dooi lOUth Of K'mo, I'flit n|| \ Co. For the information of strangers unacquainted with the business advantages of this place, a tew facts may lie stated. The town is beautifully situated at the eastern cx-, trcmily of a great bend in the* Sacramento, oil the • asteiu bank of th« stream, three miles in an east-south-easterly dircctioo, Ikslow the mouth of Feather, Uiver asul about twenty-five above Sacramento City — being tha nearest eligible point on tho River to the rich mines of Feather and Yuba rivers, Rear Creek, the North aud Middle Forks ol the American River, aad at tin* intervening district. Au excellent route for land transportation at all seaaou.4, leads directly from this pl.ee towards the I unties —the d...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

»TMtK CITY OF SOUTH SAN I'll ANCISCO. —The undersigned leglfjivc to inform the pullic that a surVcy of the city of South San Francisco has just been completed, and a map of the city is now to be seen at the store of licßoom, Vigneaux & Grisar, on Clay street. The site is located on the Buy of San Francisco, two miles southerly of the city of San Francisco, and iu plain sight of the shipping in the harb'-r. The same depth of water found in the harbor of the city of San Francisco is to l»e found in the harbor of the city of South San Francisco, ami along the hay between the two harbors. The harbor is more • securely protected from the wind than the harbor of the city of San Francisco, and ships of the heaviest burden may lay within a boat's length of the laud nt many points, aud quite close generally along the whole froiif of the city, affording the best facilities for dis- • charging cargo. The laud rises in a gentle slope from the water, and is coinjtoM'd of a rich clay ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

rpoWN <)F BOSTON.—Lots iit the town of l<<Tston, l>*aufifui!y situated at the, junction of the Atncrit an Fork mid Sacramento rivers. an; now Offered lor *a| k '. The town of Boston is only a few hundred yards above Sutter's Fmharcadero, on tlie noith side of the American Fork, and in the immediate vicinity of the j L'old min< s, and from its situation possesses superior ad vantages for business purposes. The land which forms tlu l situ of tin- town is twelve feet above tire highest water mark, and the liver is tw. niy-thrce feet in depth at the banks. It is believed that no place oilers greater inducements for investments than litis town, as in addition to .tiie above mentioned advantage's it has a tine climate, good soil, with an abundance of excelb nt water, and is fice from inundation at all seasons. The town has be n surveyed by Mr. J. Halls, and laid out in a convenient manner, and a plan of it can be set n and any otlu r ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

MW IIJ.IGROVE INN'-.N THE SAN JO.»K f,OWK.fi KOUTK.—'The traveiling public are respectfully informed that a House of ICutertaiumeiit lias been opened under the above name, on the Monterey rout-, via San Jos*, for the reception of pert on* frequenting this impoitant thoroughfare. The Table will be well supplied, the Bar amply furnished with choice Wines und Liquors; while the convenience and beauty of the locality —its excellent water and abundant pasturage, render it a desirable stopping place for those visiting the interior. The Inn is situated about forty miles Irom San Francisco, and twelve miles from the Pueblo tie Sail .lose. J. W. Wills.MAN. San Jose, July 9, 1849. 42 ATKVV STORK AND NIAV ~(iOOl)K, — I received by recent arrivals from the United St.itis, | and now open and for sale at the .\i w Warehouse of the subscribers, on Sacramento street, a general assortment, of very desirable goods; among which arc, ready made clothing, hats. cap*, boots and shoes flannel shirts, blan...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

CO-PARTNERSHIPS. 'Till: COI'A RTN Ell SHI I' llEllKTo. ' T f " r '' e*i"tin»{ Ixtw.'in Win. A. Kinmilv, l) nilv Shocmake, arid Win. M. Wheeicr, undi r th<* name K fined v iv Co., is tins d»y dissolved by mutual consent • t iittiurs ol ihi! firm will hu wttl.-i] by Win. A. K. nn-,i v !c »m. M. Wlutler. (Signed,) Wm. A. KENNEDY I). SIIOEMAKE, ' , • VV.m. M. WHEELER. The'business will be continued under the nan it- of K« unedy & \\ heeler. n ';,u'•i?,S NKEDV - w «- M. w» KlEn . o. '19, 1549. 44t" THE COMMERCIAL PARTNERSHIP I lu ri Idfore t xislina belwmt till'un.li rsiL'nwl nt i|„. I town of h'remonl or wherr, under thr linn ~i 5,,,, <it H instuu, is luTrliy diwolvwl by unituiiUiinKcnl (itli, partner using thu uuinn of tin- firm in liciiTilution onh jo.N/is si'Kt-r THOMAS I! WINSTON. Strnrd in jtreseiice of J. ti. I now, John W. Davir. Fremont Oct. 12, 1919. IpllOlCE U'MJIKR FOR SALE-.1,,., received per British huik Ennerddc, from Auckl u .1 N. Zealand...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

lit* <fuUfomw. . FOR THE STEAMER. PANAMA.

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riif Ki«>u»it v. oi id. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

riif Ki«>u» it v. oi id. ALTA (■ A L I FOR ATA. SA \ Kit \ N't ISi'i I, TIH |:sl>A) Ni >\ . 1 r. — A moment's pause, a breathing spell, a May of the atrong arm dealing death, ami "owing Im.m-K .i-: the >. ( ill' imp! affliction. «<ni" t.»- ha\e again on tirr«*>! in tho history of the world. and m \. r wa.» mortal called upmi to contemplate a. un.ro truly mournful spe taclc than ig huro, iu the interim of rapid changing event.*, in this tin* nineteenth century present-! War. famine, ami pestilence, n terrible film. liaxe hide d been busy. ami inyrinil-4 of victim", of every character, coinpl-xmu ami tongue. have boon borne down by the breath >f the de>troynr, nutil nation" are bn veil in mournm,' I iinilintmn ami prayer, ami the ftuuen::iiion* (J f a.•11 •. t •..I people recoil.el thV l nighou! a'l latrope •• m| uni l .* wii'i ' nail of di«?re*s on ourow:i A11:»*. *i • chores. Tb it dr •id I scour...

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i:i<« Hon PriNiidliiKK nt Monlcri y. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

i:i&amp;lt;« Hon PriNiidliiKK nt Monlcri y. At a mooting of tho citizens of Monterey. held on the 30th Oct. IS4'.'. 11 committee nf seven was appointed to nominate candidates to he supported by the citizens of tlio town at the approaching election. The cinnniittoo unanimously tendered tlio nomination for.Governor to Brig (Jon. Bennett Uiley. The (Jonoral after expressing sincere appreciation for the honor sought to ho conferred upon him by the people, and alluding to his anxious desire to promote tho interests of California, respectfully declined the nomination. The following ticket was thou nominated : For Governor —W'infield Seott Sherwood. For Lieut. (Im'crnor —Francis.), i.ippitt. For Keprescntatives to Cong res* —kdward Gilbert. James 1,. (&amp;gt;rd. For Slate Senator —Solim K. Woodworth. For Members of AtstmUy—Thcron R. l'er Lee, Manuel Imcno

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I* -mil of utlinn [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

I* -mil of \utlinn lii tin* Alta California of week before last we announced tin 4 death of oar laaeh ropeetcd »ml laaeh lamented townsman Nun an Sikau. Ks.j . for many years a resident of the Pacific cuist and of California, and the tfrst merchant. if not the oldest inhabitant of this city. The demise of a man so universally mid so justly respected and beloved for all the more unliable, social qualities which can adorn human nature, as well as fur his enterprise and unbending integrity of character, deserves from us. and from tin* citizens of this place something more than a passing notice. He lias a history, and tlint history is connected with the early commercial enterprises and explorations on the Pacific which have finally resulted in the annexation of this beautiful country to the American I nion. and the discovery ol the vast mineral treasures which belong to it. that now engross the attention and excite the wonder and lutonishnieiit of the civilized world. Mr. Spear, so far ...

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I.oihl MaUrn. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

I.oihl MaUrn. . t'Citlnit in l/ii' llurhnr &amp;lt; )ii the uiortiingnf tlie j' -ii'l. in eonsei|uenoe uf (lie lirrr/.c from uitohm the | hay. tin l ships Siifnosnt nuil Rhone came in rim- , taet. ami reeeiveil some injury before liny were seperutoii Masters of vessel* shonhl him* that their i:r:vft tiro Keeuruly moored during the com- ' iri£ winter. Ihg/i irni/ linhltfri/ On Friday limt n mun immi'il .linejili II ()gden was fully committed for trial. 11l tv ehiirge uf highway robbery; it ii|ipeareil | llint a negro named Alej. Karniim, wlm wannotnc- 1 what intoxieated at Hie time, wan aiM'untoil liy ' &amp;gt;gihiii mi Wednesday (the latter repre- ] wilting liiniHulf tn be ti jmlion olHuer,) ami taken | tn a remote part of tlio city, where prisoner I kiuiekml liiui down anil took his gold wnteli. |' wllieli lie Miih.seipientlv fold for $110 or $40. to a ' person « ho produced it heli.re the alcalde An- ,' 'tiler person, arrested us an aivninplire. was ilis-' \ barged provin...

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THK MUM TIO-R!>l LTM. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

THK MUM TIO\-R!&amp;gt;l LTM. ALTA CALIFORNIA.' S%\ FR VNriK'o, Till KSDAV NOV. 15, IMP. We have delayed the pit Mica tion of our Ate® mer I'a- • per for a few hours, in order to %^,e N'tiini* of the rHiiVMud in the IHstri#t of Siin Francisco, at the firs* gene- j rati flection in the State of California. The day *a* a very disagreeable one, and undoubtedly prevented many from attending the polln. The reeent , rains having rendered the streets almost impassable would of itself have detained numbers, hut when we add to that fact the hurry and hustle of bummcs, and the several showers that fell during the day, the wonder is that so many ballots were dc|»osited. It wan the general itnpres-; won previous to the election, that about five thousand v.»tcs would be polled ; but the jhjll list shows only about thtee thousand two hundred. Judging from the returns given below, we should say : there is nut much doubt that l'eter A. liurnctt is elected' (iovemor, and John Meltougal, Lieutena...

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Kdltorlnl <'orre«|M»ii<lrii«-r. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

Kdltorlnl &amp;lt;'orre«|M»ii&amp;lt;lrii«-r. •S.M'IM.MKNTo ('|TY, Nov. 12, (11 l». M.) The city I* on the eve of mi exciting election. ('unvoting, pi'i&amp;gt;n nt this lute hour, in carried on in it* vnriour* quarters, while busy politicians are Inflaming iho public mind, and descanting upon principle* and|tartiOM in every drinking »uloon In the city. The favorable weather of yesterday and to-day ha* imparted !if« iind vivacity to ♦ lie body |H»litic, and every profession and pursuit uppeur* pro«|N&amp;gt;r»UM. The "patriotum" of election times never wait nioro frequently nor substantially stimulated und ntr&amp;lt;'ii|(tlicn**d than ut tin* present time, and inre-fm/hiig, whether scientifically accomplished, or by means of a lilc UMed about tliu neck of a champagne l»ott, in more or less successful us the crowd is influenced by the gati'ima ability of lh«- mot iug npirilt. At ."••veil thin evening, a meeting of the citlion* of Sacramento took place in accordan...

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TIM Ht«t« •iTc-AlirarnU. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Alta California — 15 November 1849

TIM Ht«t« •iTc-AlirarnU. 'lakiug ilie vote in fliim di*triet a* aeritcrion, there ran be on doubt of the adoption of tin* constitution by the people of &amp;lt; uliforuia. Tin- '* State of &amp;lt; aliforuia" in therefore a real, tangible and great commonwealth, from thin &amp;lt;1 ay forward. To her thirty «i»tcri on the ca*t of the Kocky Mountain* she send* her uu-**age of love ami fellowship, praying that the gijthn chain that Limb her to them tuny never he broken by the rude shock* of time ; ami that the ulittennn glory which *urmund* her may not be t»rni*hed by a cold or indifferent adiniMion into the great confederacy. Tiir, Virric o* tiik ConartTrrm^..—The vote on the Constitution in thi* district wax much Icm in it* favor than wa* anticipated. Thin wai owing to the fact that tliow who "got Up'* the "People'* ticket" negated to jut upon their bajlot* the word* "For the Countiiution." In eon*c«fuence uf this uvrrnnht, Mime ten or eleven hundred vote* were l«*t, whi...

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