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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 9 January 1850
AItTION SAI.KS— .Ian. H, 1H.,0. [By Payne &amp; Sherwood— Auctioneers.] 50 pi 1 India bandannas, 4.75 a 5.25; 18 casks, sherry wine, ;50 Mils mess pork, 20.00; 75 cases chainpngne, 12.80 a 14.00 ; 50 i Uls white sugar, 27 a 28c ; 25 bbls white do, 24i a 25c ; 500 i sacks Chile flour, 5 00 a5.12J I 25 bbls bro sugar, 17| ; 250 bxs mould candles, •»2ia44c; 10 bbls molasses, 1.374; 100 bxs English cheese, (JO a 67* ; 25 kegs vinegar, 8.00 ; 500 sacks potatoes 9 a 14ic ; 10 bbls saleratua, 50c ; 30 pea carpeting, 32ic per yard ; 100 hams, 44c per lb ; 50 bbls Richmond flour, partially dmgd, 8.75 a 12.50. Terms all cash. AN ACT, authorizing n lonn of money to pay the immediate demnwhon the Treasury, until a permanent fund (yin be raisid for that purjxise. The people ol the state of California represented iv sonate and aasemblj, do enact iw follow* : SKC.I. The Treasurer of the state be, and U hereby aejahailßue aaWI aaayweied to eaasive proßoaala in writiug until the twenty-tit't...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 9 January 1850
Vessels Advertised. For SACRAMENTO CITY.— The fast running Iron steamer FIREFLY, R. L. Robertson, master, will leave Central Wharf for the above port, touching at Benicia and New York on Thursday morning January 10th at 9 o'clock. For passage apply to the Captain on board, or to EVERETT &amp; Co.'s iron warehouse, foot of Sacramento st. j9 1 FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W. Direct.— The fine first class fait sailing ship AJAX, 550 tons, A. Adams commander. This vessel has first rate accommodations for cabin and steerage passengers and will positively sail on the 1st February. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on hoard, to J. H. ECCLESTON, C'asa Grande, Dupont street, or to GLEN &amp; Co., foot of Sacramento st. j9 1 FOR SANTA CRUZ, MONTEREY Santa Barbara, San Pedro, and San Diego. — The A 1, clipper brig EMILY BOURNE, Macy, master, will have dispatch for the above ports. For freight or passage apply to the captain or to I. C. WOODS &amp; Co., Montgomery St., s...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 9 January 1850
Ural &lt;?slntf LOTS FOR SALI-: — The desirable 50 rim T.ot« No*. 702 and 701, on thn beach, betwrrn Maton and Powrll »tr(ots » ih valuable plot of land 77|*107| fret, nt the souih-tast corner of Oreon in. l Stockton *ts., nnd opposite to the residence of Mr. F. Wnrd . this plot is a portion of lot No. 237, which la much enhanced In valuo by the removal ot tho Court Hou»o to the neighborhood . the plot of land GB fort by M varan, at thf north wc*t corner or Chosnut nnd StocKton «trect. liclng part of lot No. 691 ; tho cmtcrn half of the 50 vnrn lot No. 252, on Hush strrrt, between Snnsomennd Montgomery sts., desirably situntcd for warchoust s. Thl* property belongs to the I* "*. I 1 cstato nnd will bo disposed of on favorable terms. Apply to 1. 11 I I si-11-: &lt;&amp; Co., Ccntrnl wharf. j9-3j12-2w F»i; -\i.i; n\\ im.n r^TFo jioum •*• find I, it on :he north side of Jackeon St., between Kcnrnv and Montgomery *ts., nt prrsfnt occupied by Mr . srliiii Franklin...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 9 January 1850
Unction Sales. 11. UK M HAN, .tiirllonrrr. 9^o PACKAGES find LOTS Aborted CfKJV) m • Nan llm Thai (Wednesday) morninff. commencing prods? Iv nt 10 o'clock. I will w-ll 250 pneki ngc* nnd lota goods, comprising half nnd whole (wcV« Chilo flour, 1 riiiir nn. l nicsß poik, macklntiw blanket*, cum «bi» ■« hearth rugt, pure French brandy in bond, Mamette'* «Ip, French -"UT'*, figs in boxes, •&lt;! bur nrp*, saddle bß^s, knap-Hark*, ponchos, India rubber tent* -in' blanket*, lard, glass in bo.ten, pipe*, »P»dff«, tinwi letter pnper. 1. vi nnd ague powder*, 'It* ami Lte'* pills, coat*, pnntaloon*, vrntn, nhirt*, drnwrr*, razor ntrop*, rtorks nnd cravat*, ehnara, sclMora, lock*, brushes, *u»pcndora, monto cards. Chinrso chrtl, shawl*, toweling, l.ice, saddles, brldlrs, jnrlcets, Mackintosh coats, men. crockery, umbrella*, comfort*, beds, cot*, etc., etc., tens nnd *ugnr ; also, 12,0001bs brown eugnr, 250 chesta yonnjr hyson ton. N- 11. At 12 o'clock, or Immediately after the Halo of...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 9 January 1850
Wtai (fiiatt. Mm RENT.— Tho large, two story, free «tone front Building, lately erected by aleesra Cross, Hobson * Co., in Clay street, a few doora abort the post office. This building 1* handsomely fitted up. and well adapted for a hoarding houm or hotel, and will b«j leased on favorable terms. On Stockton street, near Greene street, a commodious two story house. Eight pmall houses on Pike street, from f75 to $100 rach ; four handsome one utorv houses, near Pacific and Powcil st*. Several offices and rooms in Clay street row, nt a low rent. A commodious building, fronting on Clay street, to be Immodiatrly fitted up for a restaurant. Lots to lease and for sale on Clay, Stockton, Greene, Broadway. Pacific, Sacramento and Bush streets. For sale, 200,000 feet of scnntling and boards, 150,000 shingles, 300 krgs nails OHO. It. MORRIS, Clay Mrcct row. 9-6 Mioi: SALE— One half of the J,ca*c, X&amp;Stock&amp;nd Fixtures of the Washington Hotel and Rcitaurant on Sacrament d i...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 9 January 1850
Ueoofl3 flbrjerttocb. .imNKW LINE OF STEAMERS .^lJEaW*K()lt PANAMA.— Th* «,,|.ndid SteamMBSleSiLship SARAH SANDS. 1500 tons burthen, W. C. Thompson, commander, will leave for Pannmi, touching nt Monterey, San Diego, Mnzatlnn, and Acapulro, on or about frt.' 13th of April next. This ship i« unsurpassed In her cabins for convenlmro and comfort, and every arrangement has been made on the most liberal scale. I'll. steerage has been fitted with regard to the comfort of passengers. A nr pnrnto table will also bo spread for them. The Sarah Sands will bo followed, on or about the l.'th May, by the steamship New Orlcnns, of 1200 tons. The abovo ships will run hi connection with tin Atlantic boats, Crescent City and Empire City. Passage and freight, through to New York, or to tin Intermediate ports, enn bo secured by application to KVURETT&amp;Co., Agents, iron ntorcfoot iS'acramento Btrret. (Pacifli News copy.) jan2 /^iESV^ i^f"'l^NAi\lA. — The Tacilic &amp;L JlllSfl^f^M' 1 "...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 9 January 1850
I l)c0ocla 2tf&gt;t&gt;crtiot&amp;. 'ftiE^'sTEAMliß, SENATOR— SS aJKHaWi " I -After this date all freight Intended torrtnT-TTnaii t will be received, on any day and at all hours, on boifrd the bark Janet, nt Clark's Point, from which placo she takrs hrr departure every Tuesday and Satnrd.iy, nt 7 a. m., frroof nil expense to the shippers. CHARLES MINTURN, Agent, Broadway Hotel. l». , i 1i 1 -4-tw -• i&gt;sri;\Mi,i: \i, kiM New AitjSmtmtßmfi \n(ikmi-:\t.— Thi« Strnmrr will hereafter leave this place every SATURI &gt;A V Evening at 4 o'clock. Freight will be received and stored, at any time, on board the utorn ship Florence, where the MoKlm will load. Rates of Freight, 82 50 per 100 pound.* ; measurement goods, 81 per foot. Passage, 823 . to I!, nlcia. 810 j mrnls extra. No deck tickets gold. SIMMONS, HI l'&lt; lIINI SON &amp; Co. ■_ 5-tw_ jS^FOK'rili; SANDWK'II fSLANhS &amp;Bci\r \ I Iml sailing Bark DRI MM ONI), will po...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 9 January 1850
€ofktrtiurol)ip Kotiffg. DISSOLUTION '^OF^i PARTNERSHIP, ' " Tho partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under tin firm of Denny «* Jackson, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business of tho firm will be wound up by Robftt Jackson, nt the old stand, and as the old concern must be settled forthwith all the outstanding accounts, not paid when Called for' will immediately be put in suit. As both partners Intend to continue tho business on th#lr own account, they hrir to ret. to th. ir separate advertisements In the Pacific News. JOHN DKNNT. ROBERT JACKSON. Snn Francisco, Jan. 1,1950. J7.3 LAW NOTICE— IV Barry and Sn C. JLi Smith, having associated themselves In tin Practice of tin Law, at San Pi incisco, will continue to occupy the office hitherto occupied by Mr. Harry, on Portsmouth square, over the Alcalde's court. Mr. Harry, rontem. platinff an absence of a few months, during which tirno he will visit the cities of Mexico and Washington, will undertake nn...
OFFICIAL CANVASS – DISTRICT OF SAN FRANCISCO [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
OFFICIAL CANVASS - DISTRICT OF SAN FRANCISCO GOVERNOR. LIKIT. GOVERNOR. MEMBERS OF COXCRESS. STATE SENATE. ASSEMBLY. San Francißcr,. Ist Precinct. 1401 3 13C7 782 48 21 0 1207 811 44 Co 40 1228 1113 738 031 298 41 9 G 7 86 113G 1109 772 780 590 1327 1348 1290 1272 1280 002 838 829 872 806 216 Second lr- 590 2 KM 302 21 7 4, 487 300 39 16 45 527 450 290 208 79 35 11 8 0 106 470 483 304 284 225 i 543 551 510 522 508 394 307 291 314 300 160 Total, 2&lt;'sl 5 1925 1064 G9 28 13.1754 1111 83 81 91 1755 15G9 1028 839 377 70 20 14 7 192 IGO6 1592 1070 1004 821 |1870 1599 1806 1794 177G 1250 1145 1120 1186 1100 376
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1850 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1850 Political Changes at Washington.— lon, tin' Washington corrcsjjondent of tho Halthnoro Sun. who is generally well posted in regard to political feeling at tho noat of government, •writes in this stylo, under duto of Nov. 5 : 1 learn that great changes are to bo made among the subordinates in tho office of tho Treasury. This follows as a matter of MMM We expect to h«\:ir of other removal* of importance in ti day or two. Tin" cabinet will wnit for aWN elections. Those that happen today to-mor-row are not expected to inorenso th« strength of the administration i It ii Marvellous that it took ID long a time to overrule .Mr Meredith's opinion and jHilicy &lt;'if* to removals. It required, they say, to effect Mr. WTaahinston's romovul, half-n-dozon special visits to this city, by Governor Johnston and Senator Cooper, and a double sitting of the cabinet on Saturday. This matter being settled, an*! it being under' stood that all Locorocos are to walk...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
&lt;J£O O 000 J" surance to Ntw York. *P&amp;U\J j" \J \J Insurance on shipments of Bullion per steamers (nt the valuation of the snipper^ under policies in the best insurance compnnies in New &gt; ork, to the amount of $250,000 can be effected per each steamer, by application to EVERETT &amp; Co., " 4-39 Iron .store, ft. Sac' to st. LUMBER. — To arrive per ship Europa, from Philadelphia 1 70, M feet spruce, hemlock and whito pine joists ; 7,M feet Carolina scantling : 10, M feet Carolina pine plank ; 100, M feet Carolina and white pine flooring boards ; 60, M shingles, cedar and pine. l)oors, window frames, sashes, kc. For sale by ALFRED ROBINSON, office P. M. 9. Co. j9 NOTICE.— J. 11. Poitt, M. U. and S. R. Gniv, M. D., Health Officer of the Port of San Francisco, hnve this day associated themselves for the Practice of their Profession in all its departments. Office nt Mr. Bnrrena's new building on Portsmouth square, opposite the Custom House. Snn F...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
&amp;UOUICOO (EtttllO. Olld«tn«eat«r, &lt;le v, .•„.,, ,v «.,..(,„,,„.,„„ M, r chnnts nnd Hankers, Montgomery st., cor. Sacramento Snn Kranrisro, Cat. Urnits on New York, Haltinioro Charleston, New Orleans, London, Amsterdam, etc., for Bale, in sums to suit purchasers. Agents in New V'ork, Herckcnrnth &lt;f- Van Damme. Hr.rr.nknces.— Messrs, Ward «[• Co., Robert Wells Co., .San Francisco j Moran if- Clark, Sacramento city 1 Schuchardt &lt;f« Oebhard, B. h T. Poppo, John Durand *. 1 .1.. New York ; Herckcnrnth, Wrafna Co., Charleston! Pred. Hath a Co., London and Liverpool; J. P. Gildemcrster * Co., Amsterdam ) Houpcmont de Low« rnberp, Esq., Paris; Fr.d. Huth, Omninfl * Co., Valparaiso and Lima; B. Kopersmlt k Co., Itnt.ivin. h. oiLMMxaaTsa. [9 13*1 1. i&gt;r. raiMsav. &gt;'\&lt;Motr«&gt;« Mi- r«n« mn* Kortunn."-— Ilrowrritl'inn, Auctioneers ami Corasaission Merchants, south-east oorner of Montgomery and Clay streets, u...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
d£9 HE W Alt I ) I— Boat Stolen.— On : «P^ *-^ tho evening of the 31st ult. Henry A. Laughly deserted from tho ship Fur West, taking with him a yawl boat, about 23 feet long, painted dove color, with blue ribbon at the water line. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of ihe thief, or the recovery of tinproperty, by W. A. BRIARD, Capt. of Par West. ji GOODS taken on STORAGE, on reasonable terms, on board the brig Talna. lying about a eable'i length off the fool of Washington street. This vessel It in excellent condition for storing goods of nil aorta. floods will be received and delivered in the ship's launches, whenever required, on shore or on board ship. Apply on board the Talca, or to JOHN RKDMOND, at Me«ri H«aeli &amp; Walker'^ Central wharf, or to 11. Fraulioitor, Portsmouth square. 6-tw NEW WORK on CALIFORNIA, jual Published and for Bale at this office— " California A* It Is, and As it Muy Bet or, A Guide to the Gold Region." Hv P. P. Wlerzbicki, M. D. A ...
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1850 STEAMER PAPER [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1850 STEAMER PAPER (i N MoxrtAT Monsiso the 14tb instant, we ill publish a steamer paper for circulation in th« United States Rtid abroad. It will contain a great variety of reading matter and the latest intelligence from all parts of CaliforniA. A email «&gt;ace will be reserved for advertisements, and those who desire to have their Advertisements extensively circulated would do well to hand them ill before Saturday evening at .*) o'clock.
Out l<»«nl (Joriritmriit. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
Out l&lt;»«nl (Joriritmriit. The present state of our local government is peculiar nnd perplexing It, in one of o«pcdiency purely, and only tolerated under |1h iOtll state of the country at the present period. The el. ctifin which was holdeti last full. PTMaI pWHMNt nf a proclamation from (Jnvernor Kiley, MMfl on t\\&gt;' Ith of ,luri( &gt; . for member* of the Convention to form a State or 'lerrit.iri.il Op? ■Mtllj — i also for all local officers Their term ifMffflM WM to expire on the Ist of .hinimry. 1890, when they Wfjff to lie succeeded liy officers elected lit the NiiM-inl.cr election The Convention met, pa«MNj a Constitution, which was submitted to the people 'it the Kimie time with the candidates for the several officers of State. No nomination was made fur the local officers, and ns a matter of course, they were expected to hold over until some other form of government should bfl determined iiprni. A meeting of citizen* was recommended hy the Alcalde...