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Thr I I. • ii . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
Thr I I. • ii . I he following is the re«ult of the election held 'ii I uesday the Hth inst The vote was very beiivy. and the lumber of candidatei mtv lnrge \N c do not ileein it necessary to give any more thai! tho elected ticket. STATK BID \ if David C. Hrodcrick, . . . -. . 244.9, elected. ASSEMBLY. Snraucl J. Clarke, "2.V&gt;!», circled. first alcalpe. John W. Geary, . .... 3425, elected. SECOND ALCALDE. ' ' Frank Turk, 8-118, elected. AYI'NTAMIK.NTO, OR TOWN COUNCIL. Ist District. 2d District. Total. A Kiln. 920 927 1847 TH Green, 871 857 1728 VVm. M. Steuart, 828 842 1670 WH Davis, 888 888 1678 S Brannan, 745 801 1546 JS Graham, • 1236 1212 2448 Til ford, 1292 1124 2426 FCOray, 1201 979 2180 .1 I lagan. 1064 766 1830 M Crooks, 731 767 1508 A M Van Noßtrand 655 716 1371 Hugh C Murray, 781 542 1323
An I".n:;INIi M und i . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
An I". n :; I NIi M und i . English prints really tenm with " interesting.' 11 horrible," " ftendifh, 1 ' " unnatural,' 1 '• Batsnio," "(liahulical" niul "unaocountahlc M munlers; and thoydo really get thorn tip mon; fre(|uently, and coniinit thcin with greater apparent vindictivenesa of pur|«iso than in any other part of the known world. The coolest one we read of was committed in Ipswich hy a man of limited means, who preferred incurring tho expenses of ■ general burial to endeatoring to roar his young family. It is so very remarkable an affair that we cannot refrain from publishing it below, as an out and out specimen of an English murder: On Monday morning, about half-past eleven a man named (Irayson, reading in East street. Ipswich, murdered three of law male children, of the respective ages of four and three yearn, and eight months, by cutting their throat* with v nvzor, and afterwards cutting his own throat with the name instrument. An inquest upon the bodies was held in the ...
Overflow ul >u< ruinnitto. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
Overflow ul &gt;u&lt; ruinnitto. W§ learn from | private letter from Sncrauiciito, dated the '.'th inst , received |»j| night by the Senator, that a violent gale of wind from th« north-east iwcurredon the Mb inst . aceoinpani.'d by torrents of rain, cuiL-ing the Sacramento riv«-r to overflow along .1 street, between l&gt;t an&lt;l "&gt;d. A perfect ri\er was running at f» o'clock, I. M , on the '.Uh, undor the building on J str^t and another rushing ||fM J in A t [ street The ( lty Hot.'l had two t\-.r of water on the KIOU tltmr, with a nNapottofa A** during tlir night Ih.- old site ..f th.- I'laeer Times other was pretty much under water K\crvh&lt;»dy was running hither and thither and eonduetin;; daniin/ ■ pefatkHM viafc v- 1 ■••» r MM We also loam that the Yuba river a* Vuba city, roso twelve feet during the night of the Bth inst. This place in ncJir the- junction of tho Yuba and Feather rivers, about twelve miles nl»ovo the residen...
1,. M.i« f.ir «hr I . Hintrn. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
1,. M.i« f.ir «hr I . Hintrn. Kelow wn gi\o another nf the letter* intended for the home market, The writer i* very enthuniantic MpOfl beholding the bill* of " thft new Kureka State," nnd from a subsequent letter of the MM author, we are led to believe that he was fully sntWfnd with the wealth of the country. We also give a letter from the eoloKratcd MVI, 'if KtW York, to his friend Sijlcxef, in which he gives his \iews of the fire Fnun Mr. /fMM /MM TO his BROTHER 808. In the ba &lt;&gt;f Snnd KraniMNC.ow Orgerstbe 80kcb&gt; IH hundred and forte nin •bold the Ship Salle Johson. Dl \r Bon, hurra! weave arrove at las after a ngribble DMridge off two hundred and 40 ate das fp&gt;m Nu York mmd the horn. Singler to sa not won us abord septin the Salers see the horn when we rownded off it, an if it wasn't that its poot down in the jographe natlus which i studded at skule, i shoed a bdieaved that the salers was runnin a cireler sor 0B us. afid that there won...
LOCAL MATTERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
LOCAL MATTERS Cimimunicntion Extraordinary.— Tho United Stntu Govcrnmeut is falling Into the "sere and yellow leaf," ■ mill suffering her faithful tervidnrn to pin« array, coll, checrloM and uncomfortable. It is really too bad ! Thi&gt; Rtatii of affairs existing in tho Quarter Masters' Depart* tnent in thin place- in truly distressing and would realty draw tears from a brick bat. If Undo Sain would \s\A\ w to couutenuncc his proceedings ho mint " stir his ulumjit" and "flro up," or "wood up." We received tho following characteriitio petition from our friend tho Quarter Master lost evening, midst the "pcUing.i of tho pitilecs storm." Dear : — My wood-pile has been no much reduced this evening that 1 am under tho painful necessity of borrowing enough to last me in the office until to-mor-row when I will return it. ' Yours, ' .T. 11. L. A. A. V- Matter. Conily ensconced hohiml a fine firo our " heart of hearts" warmed with tho idea of imparting a npurk of comfort to the gentle...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
]I3"" Consignees by the bark Charter Oak are requested to send along side for their goods as the vessel is now ready to discharge. All goods left on board after the expiration of the time expressed in bills of lading will be chargeable with storage at the usual rates. JEWETT MELHADO,. consignee bark Charter Oak. j11 3 (Break __________ ) OCh Notice.— Consignees of goods on board propeller Hartford are requested to receive thorn on the pier &gt;" front of our warehouse, foot of iS'acraineuto street, or thov will l.c »tuftd at then »x\mn«t -l\l\|«' iS, HL'TCHINSO.I &amp;»Co. • jll3
dripping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF SAN FRANCISO, JANUARY, 11. Arrived. 9. — Am sp Vistula, Raynes, 180 days from Boston, 13 pasgrs. Am sp Medford, Draya, 180 days fm New Orleans, 8 pasgrs. Am sp Manilla. Given, 145 dys frm N. York, 5 pasgrs. Am sp Alex. Coffin, Hale, 147 dys from New Bedford, 11 pasgrs. Brazilian sp Aliza, Macorda, 65 days from Valparaiso. Am bk Palladium, McLean, 150 dys fm N. London. Am bk Charter Oak, Smith, 167 dys from New York, 14 pasgrs. Am bk E. H. Chapin, Collier, 165 dys from Baltimore, 21 pasgrs. Am bk Palestine, Nagle, 165 dys from Boston. Chilean bk Conception, Howes, 55 dys fm Valparaiso. Am bg Ann, Burnham, 219 dys frm Boston, 37 pasgrs., Am bg Emma, Bailey, 164 dys from Philada, 2 pasgrs. Am bg Camargo, Magonni 157 dys frm New York. Am bk Japan, Bigelow, 162 dys frm Boston, 3 pasgrs. 10. — Am sp Sea Queen, Shareer, 34 dys from Panama, 198 pasgrs. Am bk Wm. Kennedy, Treadway, 46 dys from Valparaiso, 9 pasgrs. Am bk T. O. Brown, Horton, 186 days from Bango...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
AN ACT, nnthoritinf a loan nf monty to /»;» thr twim&lt;- - (iintedtnuindson the Trramrt/, until a prrmnrunt fund \, m be rawdfor that jmrp The people of the state of California represented in sen■U sna awnibly, do enact ns follows : . . . a «kc I Th«»TrfA»«r*f «f »h« star* ho, nn&lt;l i« hereby •ui'thor'ited and empowered to receive proposals in writing nntilthe twenty day of January, 1880, at, If o'clock ' of that day, from any and all persons to loan to this "tate » mm of money not exceeding tiro hundred thou«nd dollars for a time not more than twelve nor less than »ii ye»r», j*yablent the pleasure of the state nt anytime I ft s«* l y r it l in»11 be tho duty of the Treasurer, at nny time after noon of said twenty-fifth day ..f l.m.. M . 1800, in own any and all propositions filed with him for said 1 ,nn ill the presence of the chairman of the finance committee of the senate nnd chairman of the committee of wats Hud means of the assembly and said Treasurer ; and t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
■NOH THE SANDWICH ISLE?, ORE i- ir'&gt;n. Pneramento and the mines. A largo Assortment of fancy articles such n« buck purses, necklaces, Chinese bead.*, combs, brushes and fancy snap, velvet scarfs, bend •ornaments, velvet and steel reticulcs.knivps, silver coml*, riolin and gnitsr strings, percussion caps, shot, gilt mirrors, scarfs.ioto. Ten and coffee In tin cans of 10 lbs. each. with sje (assortment of clothing well adapted for the mines. Also a law library selected for this mcridlen. 60 of the celebrated Hatch wheel-barrows, light mid strong, extonsively used in excavations in New \ ork, packed la boxes convenient for transportation and a cheit of carpenter's tools, well selected. All the above for sale by SaMI 1.1. ADAM.v. at bis office in the building of the ltodcga S ten 111 .^nw-inill, up stair«, foot of Jackson st. jll .1 I^Olt SALE.— A valuable sorted enr^o, A just recoived per shin Palladium, Mi I &lt; in. master. 150 days from New London, consisting of s...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
Hf.il (ffltatf. PUBLIC SALE OF LEASE.— Undor* n -I judgment in tin- th* court «&gt;f first in*t«no« obtained by William MelhifT and others, against Gihbons and Skogh, I fhall set' nt public auction on th« l(Hh day of January l*Ao at 12 o'clock, before the door of th. courthous«. the interest of said Augustine Skogh In the as expired term of a certain ground lease upon which the storo Of lohn Mnynard n, Lo. near th* corner of Montgomery and Washington streets, now stands. Tl»» said lease has five month* »nd a half lo run. Trnns cash. A. M Ml. i ill. sherriff, by 1). W. Thompson, deputy- _ jll ft FOR SALE— The half of n largo Adobe House and Lot, nt Pueblo Ban Joe* The hones Is (59 feet long by 3."&gt; feet deep, two stories filch, and is now assdastha Legislative Hall, at the seat of government, at the monthly rent of #4000. The subscriber I* about leaving the country for the United Mtatee, and Is desirous of disposing of his interest. For further particulars apply to...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
3nctiQ!t Salffl. wit. .i. *lIRUWOOI&gt;, Atwrtlonrer. ST. CHARLES' HOTEL nt AUCTION. Will bo sold nt public auction, on Saturday, Jnnuary 12, 1850, nt 12 o'clock, M . In front of the Court House, Portsmouth scninrr, the valuable and desirable property, situated on Washington strret, fronting on Portsmouth square, known ns thi St. Charles' Hotel, The lot Is 62 fort front by 70 fct t drop. Tho ntlro furnlturo ■.! said Hotel to bo sold together with said hones nnd lot. Trnns of sale, "n&lt; hull cash, the balnncoon th* Ist ilnv of March, 1R.%0. Titlrs Indisputable. The said promises now rents nt 10000 per month. Capitalists nnd others will find this a raro chanrn for investment. Sate without rcaorvo. PAVN'K A NHKRWOMD. Auctioneer, otlice corner Montgomery and Jnckson sis jll l* WM. .1. «liril\\lKH), \i..llonr«-r. ADJOURNED SALE -The undersigned. -"^- Administrator of iho estate of John A. King. late of Sim Francisco, deroascd, will soil nt public nuctlon, in front of th...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
Ucal (Patotc. Ml Iv; SALE half of the Lease, Htonkand Fixture* of the Washington Hotel and Restaurant on Sacramento street This hotel l.i well sitn«t..| ami In doing an excellent business. The reason for selling out, Is that, the subscriber la desirous of returning to New York. At.«o, one Heeas and Lot on I tent Place, ii.. 1 1 Jacknon street : tho house i« now and cottage style, 21 fr«t square : tho lot ii 2-1 by M feet. Enquire at the WashlngtonJlotel of D.jVIoI^ARTH Y^ j7 :?* Ml •oil RET^t.— A House, we'll located in one of the driest nnd moat pleasant parts of the city, suitable for a boarding house. Terms moderate. Inquire on the premises No. 215 Vallejo street, between Montgomery and Smoome ,j7-3* MX TO RE NT— A House, 21x32, two stoJviiirir.i high, with back ymd, suitable for a rcstaurnnt or stole, situate in Jackson street, above tho Auction llonrai Inquire of miihu.i ton, BERRY &amp; Co., Auctioneers. 8 Mli) LET, lor fGOU per month, for one J : jJL year's time, Hie ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
bcsotlo I ""iS^^l^vnLTNl^l^T^RlKllS &lt;^nlh'«ftr* a FOR PANAMA.— Tho splmdid Steam-rl-~3a»^.shlp SARAH SANDS, 1500 tons bur-tli'-n, W. C. Thompson, rommandcr, will lnave for Pannma, touching nt Monterey, San Diego, Mazatlan, nnd Acnpulco, on or about th. 13th of April next. This ship Is unsurpassed In her cabins for convenience nnd comfort, nnd every arrangement has been made on the most liberal «&lt; ale, Th. steerage has hern fitted with rri:;ird to the comfort of pass*snjrers. A separate table will ;il«o be spread for tb&lt; in. Th* Sarah Sands will be followed, on or nbout the 15th May, by the steamship New 1 Orleans, of 1200 tons, 'I'll, above snips will run in connection with tho Atlantic bouts, Crescent City and Kmplre City. Passage and freight, through to New York. or to the Intrrmcmnto ports, can be secured by application to KVIIIIKTT&amp;Co., \ enta, Iron store foot Sacramento street. (Pacific Neww copy.) jnn'i ;JSS^ I&lt;M; IA H ri...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
STEAMER SENATOR— NO. Mll9s*WaW Il&lt; &gt; Ifli I thin date nil freight Intended for this steamer will bo received, on any day and at all ' hours, on board the bark Janet, at Clark's Point, from which place she takes her drpnrturo every Tuesday and Saturday, at 7 a m., free of all expense to the shipper*. CHARLES MINTURN, Agent, Broadway Hotel. Dec. 17, 1849. 4-tw r^R^ttSri, Will: Me KIM New An■^unwawtniMßANOEMEYr. — Thii Steamer will hereafter leave this plneo evcr^r SATURDAY Evening at 4 o'clock. Freight will bo received and stored, at aM time, on board ! the store ship Florence, when? the McKim will load. Rates of Freight, 82 60 per 100 pounds ; measurement goods, SI per foot. Passage, fB6; to Benicia, 110; meals extra. No deck tickets gold. SIMMON'S, hi TCHIN SON It Co. 5-tw jS: FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. ■He Th.- A 1 fast nailing Bark DRUMMOND, will positively "nil on the l.")lb inst. She ha* superior accommodations for cabin passengers. Persons winning to leave ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 11 January 1850
(Hopartncrcljip Koticrt. DISSOLUTION OF rARTNERSIUI The partnership heretofore existing between tho subscribers, under the firm of Denny A Jackson, is thin dny dissolved by mutual consent. The business of the firm will be wound up by Robert Jackson, at tho old stand, and as the old concern must bo settled forthwith ■II the outstanding accounts, not pnid when called for' will Immediately be put in suit. As both partners Intend to continue the businnM on their own account, they brg to refer to th&lt; ir Repnrnte advertisement*) In trie Pacific New*. JOHN DKNNr, ROBERT JACKSON. San Francisco, Jan I, 1850. J7.3 I \\\ NCTTICB Pi Barry and James C I 1I 1 Smith, having associated themselves in the Practice of the Law, nt Sab Francisco, will continue to occupy the office hitherto occupied by Mr. Barry, on Portsmouth square, over the Alcaldes court. Mr. Barry, content* plating an absence of a few months, during which time he will visit the cities of Mexico and Washington, will undert...
OFFICIAL CANVASS – DISTRICT OF SONOMA [Newspaper Article] — Daily Alta California — 14 January 1850
OFFICIAL CANVASS - DISTRICT OF SONOMA GOVERNOR. LIEUT. GOVEBMOR. , MEMBERS OT CONGRESS. STATE SENATE. ASSEMBLY. J ' | - ! flgam - - - 174 l 128 31 9 0 6 75 95 0 7 52 4 99 13 111 28 5 127 42 149 4 1 4 2 0 71 8 80 76 92 12 Benicia, - - - 140 S 49 86 7 3 1 1 143 3 0 0 88 1 74 34 17 3 60 47 0 37 1 0 103 107 36 37 1 0 0 10 Nap*. ---. 94 0 50 5 0 36 0 68 16 0 11 3 27 54 54 9 1 0 79 0 2 0 47 44 0 0 5 21 18 1 26 Waahinirton, - - 41040 3013 11310 4 14 7 32 5 10 01 0 0 062 32 5 0 0 11 0 0 040 Fremont. ---105 192 0160 1104 000 0 105 1 000 0 0 000 100 0000 00 0 109 San R»i»ei, - - 48043 3000 2 08 02 0 41 04000 12 0 00 31 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 34 45 Bodega, --- 0.0 22 0000 23 00 0;0 023 0 0022 0 0 0023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 Total - - 602 5 424 128 19*46 jo* 181* 389 li* 12*69 102 328*147 249*54 32} 199 1&amp;8 149 49 58 183 154 107 123 61 102 94 127 28J