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Reslgnntlon of U««ih. lirnnnuii mxl Kill*. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
Reslgnntlon of U««ih. lirnnnuii mxl Kill*. In reply to the proclamation of Prefect Hawea declining to accept tho resignations of Mem. Brannan and Ellis, we have received the following communication in which the writer puts some pretty hard questions to the Prefect. Mntn Eiitat — We notice in the Pacific News of the 12th instant an article signed by Horace Hawes, Eff}., Infect of this district, denying the right of the Town L'ouneil to accept the resignation of A. .1. Kllia und myself as members of that body, und claiming to hini.-elf the only constituted power in the country, ux will be MOB by hi.s use of the word "alone." What consistency ! what wisdom is embodied in this Hoyal Prefecture of the People of San Francisco. Ji" tbe position now aßCWned by the legal gentleman be sotted why has he not declared hi.s approbation or disapprobation of resignations heretofore Is it becanw be could uot make the tlesirtd cupital of it to jingle with his own interests ! Perhaps if his schemes ha...
LOCAL MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
LOCAL MATTERS Attnvlt tn'lh a Knife.— On Wednesdays mun nurnH John Mangin, went ii.to a hoii'e in I'aeiflo street for ik purpose of getting something to drink ; but being rathe, top-heavy, was politely refused. Not taking no f., r „, answer from the Mr keeper, h" was bent on kicking _ row ; when a colored man ordored him to leave 1 drew a largo jack-knifu from his pocket nnd aimed it a&gt; him, but fortunately misted him. Ho was finally Nr mted and taken to tlie police offico, where In is held to answer. \ Ball ok Town Lots Postponed.— Ii will be f*rc«!nd by reference to our advertising columns that the sale of town lots, which was to havo taken place- on thin dar h been indefinitely postponed by the alcalde, lie Ins ador,t. Ed this course in coraplianco with a petition signed !,» Messrs. Gray, Green and Tilford. We presume t| I chango of opinion has been induooil by the proclamation of Prefect Hawcs which was published Roue days nit\ei&gt;
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
ELECTION NOTICES. EFor t*MHirr.— Our worthy nnd esteemed chitf o f police, Mai.a( hi Fai.i.on, lisq., men himself to the cititens efSan Francisco m a candidatu for the offlce of Sher* iff at the ensuing election. ' Sifted by Many Votkiis in!s-l&amp;* or&gt; For County Ji'Doe. The Dame of M.ij. Kiciiarp N. Allen i" presented to the electors of .Sim Fmncisco by his many friend*, as ■ uandidatfl for the office of County Judyt\ nt the ensuing election, subject to the nomination of the Democratic party. mil-is* CcJ-Wiiig Candidate fob &lt; or.\ ■ v Clerk.— The name of C. M. K. PAOuaoa is proposed as 1 candidate for the office of County Clerk at lot ensuing election. subject ti the decision of the nominating committee of the Whig party, (nil 1-s* ] Many Working Whigs. CO For Sheriff. — name of 1). W. Thompson, our present active and efficient Deputy Ii offered to the public as a candidate for Sheriff, subiect to the nomination of the democratic party, lie will be s...
Bfyipjmtg jJntclligcnce. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
Shipping Intelligence. (Short Single __________ ) PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO, MARCH 15, 1850. Double __________ ) Arrived. March 14 -- Am bark .Sarah, Morse, 190 ds fm Edgartown, 58 passengers. Am brig S. Churchman, Moore, 210 ds fm N. Orleans Am brig Wyanddot. 170 ds fm Boston. Ham brig Cecelia Louisa, Hausen, 85 ds fm Manila. Am schr Harriet Lawrence, Cooper, 135 ds fm Boston, 14 passengers. Am ship Rose, Wilder, 51 ds fm Valparaiso, 43 pass. Fr ship Success, Suanage, 180 ds fm Havre, 55 pass. Am bark Magnolia, Morris, 213 ds fm Charleston, 22 passengers. Cleared. March 14 -- Per bark Beatris, Baxter, Mszatlan.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
OLYMrTfJ AMrHTTHEATRE. B7" Hewn ttowt A I/»m rwf leave to Inform the pnMle Mint the thcntrlcsl )nrt..TiiiHii&lt;-.v will l.r- dUcnntinuod 1..r the t&gt;rc«&gt;nt. The lxiiic..-trl»n company will Continue their performances. ADMissioM-rlloxe*, f3 ; Pit, S2 ; Privets Basel M Doom open st •&gt; o'clock . curtain risen nt 7. BUSINESS NOTICES. Cr&gt; Notice— Owners of five case?, marked C O. I H. A. Taylor, W. A M., and of i ease Find 2 MiovcK marked W. 8 O'Connor, all pei ship Probna, and of 1 barrel marked diamond I)., per iblo A-iollo, an notified thai unlsM the rharitM of freight, li^hti rage Hnd storage upon them me paid on or Mfore the 23d March, Instßnt, the same «ill be »old, st public auction, to pay i.xpt n-.. t mil I ii D BRACH &amp; CO. CO- Ship Norfolk Is now ready to discharge Consignees will pleaM call, pay freight and receive orders for their goods, us per bills of iadinir deliverali'e nt tucklcs' end. R. 8 DORM, on Battery....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
tuition ?alfo. .L.tin .VIMHMMON AMt«n« , OHRRIKF'N HAM \\ } virtue of oeveml i &gt;J orders nnd executions to me directed, l^iilnc from • the Court of lirst Instance of th. District of San Fran-ci«-o In favor of Omn S. Wlrdld &amp; Co., nnd t)odge i jnd Allerlon, .1:, m .« m, (&lt;i ,i el | ng.-.inst Wood dfcCo., I shall (■•ll, to the highest bidder, on Fridny, 15th Instant ,ntlo o clock, a. m., on the premli»e«. nil —...»,!-.. furniture, stores, futures, nnd everjf other species of propeiiv longing to the mM Wood* Co., nt thr Drlmonioo KcßtauTßht, lltonted on the corner of Clny and Kentny llreetft. Sind pronerij hnvinif been I. vied on to satisfy -.ii.l execution, bor particular*, si 0 cntaloKiicinml hand MH&gt; ; A. VV. BUBLKTTB, Sheriff, ".i 1 1 HvJIJ^V. Thompson. Deputy. n.\&lt; ki«, M M.I. \HI »v lll'iikiMi Ji , (ml .. " SHERIFF'S SALE.— By virtue of an exccation i- ned out of the Court of I Irsi Instance for th# district of .Sin Franels...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
Auction salco. R.»onv MllHH.t TOY \». »lo,,rrr. EGULAIt DAYS OF SALE, for Merl * chandise carpoe*. "tup*, itc.,Tur.«tlayjinnd Fridays. MiddMon, Merry A Vo. intend holding safes of rral ro- '"■ cvrry Thursday morning, nl II o'clock, nt their auclion room, cornet of Mny and Montgomery street*. 25 f Minpi.KT(,v, lUrry ft, Co will sell, on FKID.VV morninc, Mm l!&gt;th, )B.'&gt;o, -it lOoYWk.nt store onClny -".i i. IMBf Montgomery Mrecl, lOObhln white snear, 201) I, lit «ick» ti.-1i1!,,,:, 160 sacks salt, 250 rtnms paper, IUO pieces "nil paper, 1800 lbs. prcs«d tallow candles, 60 Ixn Sickes' i.it'.n, 40 kr K s N«w York dairy butter, HObhls. rum, 200 [boxes claret win . BO Ibis. American rle( 76 boxes (13 Ib. each) ten, 20 MX) I tolwieoo, 72 pUtol bells, 20 packages of Qcrmtn foods, 20,000 IS* pilot bread, 60 camp cots, 20 Cuok ItoVe*, 10 casks [130 pals, , 0 pan Mi wine. At 1 o'clock we will si II 100 hfty van lota In the town of Nan Jose, in food location*. Also, buildin...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
Auction Salfo. U\ \nt i. mm «ii ii iV «0., Anrllnneers. \ UCTION sail, l.x Gwyol. Gnlbrnttli »V AY Co., Montgomery street, between WnMiington aM .1 1. V.V n •",««&lt;». on m Wharf. By virtue ol an order of the &gt;it c Consul of France, wo a ill expose nt public l ' l '' 1 '"' nt our rooms (for t.i m fit oi the imdcrwrlten.),onS.\Tr!U).VV, Marrh lGih, in»t., at If o'clock, m., tnetnllowlna : 13 dm French hats, 6 d.. \. -f«, 7 do. pantaloon*, '2 do. coats, shirts nss'd, 31 do. superior rencn perfumery, \i do. prs. suspenders, Bo bom pre« wryMmrats, » walking Mirks, 4 camp slook, |4 doicn tooth powdrr. Refnn which, nt 10 o'clock, same day, we will aril, without reserve. al racks sup. clarai 25 4 bbls. mad. i'». 10 I do. Xcrc, SO do. rum, 20 ) siiprrlor brandy, B0 do. brown Mont, 7 do. lino la bis Mil, lOdoa 1 -nlitornm lints, Id baskets chninjiiignr, 'Pi tlol raws do. Sillery M.. 60 do. nniwtte, ,-. do. claret, 30 do. brandy, sweet potatoee, ftquashea, hmdwnie nssort...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
UtaMgotate. SAN JOAQI IN &lt; ITT.— This city, situated on the main Sun Joaquin river, about two miles ticlow the mouth of the Stani«Uo.«. on the flrst and only truly high land on the banks f&gt;r the Pan Joanuin river, being always from (Ire to eight feet above the highest freshet water mark, has iu«t been recently surveyed nnd laid off by A. R. Flint, Esq. dnrvcyor, and lots are now offered for «ale. A map of the city may be seen at the New York store, Montgomery street, near Washington. Thil town Is admirably located for the concentrating of the entire business of the Stanislaus, Tuolumneand southern mines, bring on the main road from the Pueblo de San Jose, San Fro,. ■•, Benicia, New York, and all 10 ♦he south in going to the aforesaid mines by land : and from it to any of laid mines there is n good, nigh and direct road twenty mile* less travel than from .Stockton. | This town Is distant from Stockton twenty miles by land, but by the river and sloughs at least f...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
&lt;Jopartucrfil)ip_SQ'oticco. XIOTICE. — Tim subscriher, having disposed 1' of hie IntcrfuMo Mr. Fkrdiimnd Vassaijlt, retires irom the firm of Smith, Iknsley &amp; Co. Krb. Ist, 1850. Bi C. MARCH. COPARTNERSHIP.— The undersigned havea«»ocl- j ■ted themselves together, for the transaction of * General Mercantile Business, under the firm of SMITH, BENSLF.Y A CO., Sacramento City; F. VASSAULT &amp; CO., San Francisco F. VASSAULT CO. have removed to the warehouse foot of Sacramento utreet, lately occupied by Messrs Simmons, Hutrhlnson At Co 111-3 m PARTNERS HIP NOTICE.— Th« onv rlrrsiirned have thin day formed n copartnership, un det the style nnd title of REDMOND &amp; McVVIL1.1 \M-. lor the purpose of transacting n general grocery, liquor and provision Inisinc*.*, in Sacramento city, and j lor this purpose have tnken the new More in Second St., ( near J. The strictest attention will nlso be given to consignments. Sacramento city, March 10th, 1850. N. B...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
jicgal 3^PfrtiofnKnto. PUBLIC NOTlCE.— When**, X jde Lnstrn, Pedro Lnstrn nn«l Runcrto Solar, of the Town of San FrnncUco, to «rrorr tho paymrnt of a certain promisor/ note, dated the 14th day of February, a. d. 1860, for seven thousand nnd twenty dollars and fifty cents, (•702060-100; with intere«t thereon, did make nnd execute unto Phillip Ramirez, of the name place, a certain Indenture of mortgage, bearing even date with the said promißPory note, upon certain property in the said Town of San Frnnclsco, described as follows, to wit ! " All Ihnt certain lot or pared of land situ in the Town of San Francisco aforesaid, bounded and described a« follows \ Commencing nt a point on Dunont «&lt;trri t, went side, thirty-eight Spanish yarns from the south-west corner of Dupont nnd Jackson streets ; running thence twelve varnn southwardly, fronting on Dupont street 1 thence westwnrdly, adjoining the land of Mr. Hall, one hundred Knglish feet, to nn alley ten feet wide: thence north...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 15 March 1850
CARGO OF SHIP NORFOLK KROM v^ l?oston, conoisting of frame buildings, complete llw 3H If story double houses, 18x21 and v .'( two storit*. cottage houses, 10x32 with an L of 15 feet, very perfect • pine and spruce board*, joist, spruce and pine plank, shingles, vinegar in ca.«ks, nail* aswriftui, cooking »tnv»&gt;'n re" mlref*, doublo barrel guns, shovels, oped*s, brick |?m. mint. hard coal, safes, beads, serf boats, brandy, fin an.! whisky in barrels and boxes", paper hanging*, mtj but tie ofMonterry nnd coinnion rainbow curtains, c'harr^ pagnc, superior cigars, thick clothing, frocks, pants and overcoats, military coats ami epaulet*, stove pipo and e|bows, to'mooo in boxes and Turkish smoking, Jamaica and New England ruin in barrels, old cognac brandy in quarter casks, writing paper, boots, assortment; Mines and slippers, mens and women* silk kerchiefs, tiercuMionrann shaving soap, saddles and bridles, rifles with straps, flask* and pouches, ballets, cards, hack-gammon boa...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 16 March 1850
S ADAMS &amp;Co 's EXPRESS for J T*5 = v»r'New oik, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington. D. C, and nil the principal towns in the U. States). (tolddiM bought | also forwarded and insured to nny of the above places, and bills of exchange given in any sums to suit purchasers. Gold dust and articles of value received on deponlte for safe-keeping. Office on Montgomery st., between Sacramento and California sts. ALVIN ADAMS, Boston, ) VVM. B. DINSMORE, N. York, } Proprietors. I). 11. 11 ASK ELL, San Fran. ) ml TO HOTEL KEEPERS.— undersignX ed would respectfully Call the intention of persons desiring to embark in the hotel business to his building now nearly oompl ted, in Washington street, adjoining th. National Theatre. The style of building and finish, as well as location, make it the most desirable premises for that business in the city. Any number of sleeping rooms required will be added in the rear. The building fronting the south-east, is entirely protected from tho...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 16 March 1850
stfrlmft N X w I,|\K OF STEAMERS -^JlJlPy' 3 '"" PANAMA Tlw splendid 5i,,,,,, xv i^'M.i " " Sarah Sands, 1600 tons burthen, **• '• rhompeon, commander, will leave for Panama touching at Actipulco, on or about 13th April next. This snip is unsurpassed in her cabins for convenience and comfort, and very nrrangement has been made, on the most liberal scale, The steerage haa been fitted with regard to the comfort of passengers. A separata table will alec be spread for them. The Sarah Sands will be Mlowed, on oral the 15th May, by tin steamship New Orlenns, of 1200 tons. The above ships will run in connection with tho Atlantic bouts, Crescent City and Empire City. Passage and freight, through to New York, or to the Intermediate ports, can be secured by application to EVERETT*. Co., Agents, iron store foot Sacramento street. (Pacific News copy.) n ,l fcJPSLt" A SPIN WALL STEAM )*lilsnigisTi7f TK\.\s|M&gt;HT\THi\ LINK Thelin, belna now complete, the departures of the dTlierent boat...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 16 March 1850
Ijcooclo 2b»crtisct&gt;. A&amp; FOR SALK— The first class American Jaani bark MADONNA, built at Medford, Mass., H .,d In complete order for any voyage now lyrng near the storcship Kdwin. Thin vessel In very faithfully built Mil* fast, is in nil aspects well found, nnd carries fair for I her burthen, which Is 263 tons; ha« two suits of rails, tour anchors, two chains of UO fathoms each, and In other ways extra found. The Invmtory may be seen at the office of the subscribers.. A ply to the captain nn board, orjo_Jml] STARK &amp; Co., foot of Sacramento at. *gv SHIP Him.v AsioU.— For S.ilr ;,| He«MC in, i,,. ahip li,,, iv Astor and inventory, c Inline of anchors, , halns, mlla, '&amp;*) bbli iratei casks, etc. Said ship registers Iff") tons, is newly coppered and can be fit* ted for sea at a small expense, Also, at Heniela three dwelling houses and lots all of which will b sold on reasonable terms to close a concern. Enquiro of apt &lt; ..•.. 1 '...