Elephind.com contains 1,146 items from Placer Times
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,306 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 February 1850
PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that the following goods now being on board the bark Isabel, lying at the Levee at the city of Sacramento, marked as follows, viz : 3 brls. marked the Westfield Mining and Trading Co. 1 barrel " P. R. T. 4 barrels marked P. R. T. 2 kegs " " " 1 box " " " 1 bdle containing 6 shovels 1 " " " " 1 do " " " half doz. spades; 2 boxes; The said goods were shipped at San Francisco in the schooner J. M. Ryerson, and delivered on board said bark Dec. 15th, 1849. Also, on board said bark. one other lot of goods marked as follows, viz : 3 brls marked Barr, which were shipped at San Francisco, on board the brig Chatham, and delivered on board said bark Dec.15th, 1849. Public notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that if the above goods are not previously called for, will be sold to pay freight, storage and expenses, to the highest bidder, on the 19th day of February, at 10 o'clock A. M. on board the bark Isabel, lying at the Embarcadero of the city of S...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 February 1850
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICES. DISSOLUTION op COPARTNERSHIP. The co-partnership existing between the subscribers under the firm of Massett &amp; Brewster, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. STEPHEN C. MASSETT, CHARLES O. BREWSTER. Sacramento, January 8, 1850. Ail settlements of the concern will be made by the subscriber. 37 3t CHARLES O. BREWSTER. COPARTNERSHIP. The undersigned have this day associated themselves together under the firm of Meconnekin &amp; Co. for the purpose of transacting a general auction and commission business, with storage &amp;c. and have taken the house formerly known as Meconnekin's, on the north side of J street, three doors above 2d street.— Any business entrusted to them will be attended to with promptness and dispatch. E. MECONNEKIN, A. HADLEY, JAS. A. MYER. Reference—Priest, Lee &amp; Co. 34 4t*r COPARTNERSHIP. Doctors T. J. White and J. L. Wydown have associated themselves in the practice of medicine in Sacramento City, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 February 1850
Business Cards. PRETTYMAN, BARROLL &amp; CO., Auction and Commission Merchants, On K street, near Second. Always on hand, a general assortmont of Provisions for miners. Sacramento City, Jan. 22, 1850. 37 6t* WILLIAM MONTGOMERY, Zinc Building on J street, Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Provisons, Liquors, Dry Goods, &amp;c. 37tf SURVEYING. ANDREW J. BINNEY, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Office K st. between 2d and 3d, over the Morris House. Surveying, in its various branches, Mapping, Draughting, Sketching, and every description of Drawing promptly attended to. 38tf DR. T. L. CHAPMAN Has removed his office to the store of R. Gelston &amp; Co. on the corner of J and 3d streets. 32 tf DR. JAS. PEARSON. W. A. BAKER. PEARSON &amp; BAKER, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Dec. 1 J street, between 3d and 4th. 30 17t* DR. S. P. THOMAS, SURGEON and PHYSICIAN, Sutter Hotel, Front-st. below K, Sacramento City, 33 4t* WILLIAM MONTGOMERY, Zinc Building, on J street, Auction and...
LEGISLATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 February 1850
LEGISLATIVE. PUBLIC DOMAIN----MINERAL LANDS, &amp;c. The following resolutions were introduced by Mr. Tingley : Be it Resolved, by the people of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, as follows : That our Senators in Congress be, and are hereby instructed, and our representatives requested, to use their influence and vote for the passage of a law prohibiting all persons, save American citizens, from working at or extracting gold or other precious metals from the mineral lands within the State of California; and oppose the passage of any law or laws whereby such lands might be sold or leased ; but to provide that the same be forever held by the general government, with the privilege to each and every American citizen wishing so to do, to work in the same, free from any toll or tax whatever. Be it further Resolved, That our Senators in Congress be and are hereby instructed, and our representatives requested, to aid with their votes and influence the exte...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 February 1850
Notice to Squatters. All persons are hereby cautioned not to settle without my permission, on any land of mine in this territory : said land is bounded as folllows ; commencing on the north in latitude thirty-nine degrees, thirty three minutes and forty-five seconds, at a point on the east bank of the Sacramento river, running thence east three leagues beyond Feather river, thence south to latitude thirty-eight degrees forty-one minutes and thirty-two seconds, thence west to said Sacramento river, thence up and along the course of said sacramento river, to its intersection with Feather river, thence in a westerly direction up and along the course of said Sacramento river to the place of beginning excepting a certain tract, included in the above, lying on the east side of said Sacramento river, bounded on the north by latitude thirty-nine degrees, one minute and forty-five seconds, and on the south by the American Fork, granted by the republic of Mexico to one Elias Grimes. 35 tf JOH...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 February 1850
ANGLE, YOUNG &amp; CO.'S EXPRESS, For the general transaction of business, conveyance of Letters, Packages and Gold Dust, between the various sections of the Mines. Sacramento City, San Francisco, New Orleans, New York, and the various sections of the United States and Europe. All orders for the purchase of Goods in San Francisco will be promptly attended to, and purchased upon the best terms, and forwarded by return of steamer ; and orders for Trunks, Chests, &amp;c. on storage, will be promptly attended to. All orders for Letters in the Post Office will be presented, and the Letters forwarded by return of steamer. One of the firm will leave for New York on the 15th January, and take all Letters, Packages, Gold Dust, and orders for the purchase of Goods, entrusted to their care, Letters and Packages for other parts of the United States or Europe, put in the Post Office or forwarded by express, agreeable to the direction of those sending them. Competent men are engag...
"LAND TITLES vs. SQUATTERS." [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 February 1850
"LAND TITLES vs. SQUATTERS." was the northern bounds of Louisiana, as ceded by Spain to France in 1800 and purchased by the United States in 1803. Now, sir, under these circumstances, I submit that your correspondent is guilty, either of gross ignorance of the subject on which he attempts to write, or gross misrepresentation ; and I leave him to choose either horn of the dilemma. But, sir, suppose he had been correct (which he is not) in his assertion that the "ground upon which the town (Dubuque) stood was covered by a Spanish grant " Why, sir, it would have been the best, the very best, title the claimant could have had, provided it was a valid one. I am, Mr. Editor, an old resident of Louisiana, where these titles have been contested more and oftener than in all the other States put together; and I make the assertion without fear of contradiction, never has there been a decision against the claimant, where he has proved a good and valid Spanish title. That a majority of the claim...
LEGISLATIVE [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 February 1850
LEGISLATIVE. We extract the following from the correspondence of the Alta California : San Jose, Feb. 4, 1850. the House, resigned his seat to-day ; and upon so doing, Mr. Morehead offered the following resolution : Resolved, That the thanks of this body are hereby tendered to the Hon. T. J. White for the able and impartial manner in which he has discharged the duties of Speaker of the Assembly —which, having been unanimously adopted, Mr. White addressed the On Monday, in the Senate, Mr. Crosby from the judiciary committee, reported a bill to regulate practice in the Courts of Record of the State of California in civil cases. Mr. Bidwell reported a bill concerning public roads. The bill to regulate proceedings in County Courts, in cases of appeal from Justices' Courts, was taken up, and on motion, it was referred to the judiciary committee. Mr. Bidwell presented a petition from the citizens of Yuba city, praying that that place may be made the shire town of Brannan county, which was...
FANNY HALL [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 February 1850
FANNY HALL. BY CHARLES G. EASTMAN. The sweetest girl of all I know Is charming Fanny Hall, The wildest at a husking, The gayest at a ball. Her cheek is like a Jersey peach, Her eye is blue and clear, And her lip is like the sumac In the autumn of a year. Can*va never made a hand Like hers, so plump and fair ; Poor Raphael had been crazed with her Madonna brow and hair ; And I'm inclined to think if Powers Could see her, he would grieve To find a romping Yankee girl Had beaten Mrs. Eve ! There 's not a blemish in her form, No fault about her face ; Sit down and gaze from morn till night, You 'II find her perfect grace. And then, to finish all, her voice ! From the sweetest bird's in spring You could n't tell its warble ! — but She " does n't know a thing !"
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 February 1850
Meeting of Masons and others.—A meeting was held on Saturday evening last at the St. Louis Exchange, for the purpose of devising means to liquidate a debt which had been created by the Trustees of the Masons and Odd Fellows' Hospital. Judge Smith was called to the Chair, and Dr. J. F. Morse appointed Secretary. It seems that the Trustees of this Institution, in buying the Hospital and providing for all the sick and distressed who have presented themselves during the winter, have involved themselves to the amount of eleven thousand dollars. — Dr. Deal, after giving an expose of the matter, offered to abide by any method which the meeting might adopt to raise the required sum. A motion was made to appoint a Committee of six who should divide the city into districts and each member of the Committee to have a district for the purpose of collecting subscriptions. The motion was carried, and the following gentlemen were nominated and appointed on the Committee : Messrs. Lindley, Willis, J...
LEGISLATIVE [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 February 1850
LEGISLATIVE. Correspondence of the Alta California. San Jose, Feb 6, 1850. Mr. E. Heydenfeldt the Senator elect from San Francisco was duly qualified and took his seat.—The bill "To provide for the superseding of certain courts, for the transfer of causes, for the hearing of appeals in certain cases, and for other purposes," was taken up on its second reading and on motion was for the present postponed. The bill entitled "An Act in relation to the coining of money by individuals" was referred to a select committee consisting of Messrs, Bidwell, Heydenfeldt, Chamberlin and Bassham. In the Senate to- by a citizen of the United States to build a railroad from Vera Cruz to Acapulco. on the Pacific, passing through the city of Mexico. A bill reducing the rates of duties upon foreign imposts had passed the lower House ; but the Senate did not appear disposed to concur with the House. The difficulty between the States of Chiapas and Tabasco still continued. A revolution in Yucatan was appr...
CANDIDATES FOR CITY OFFICES [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 February 1850
CANDIDATES FOR CITY OFFICES. A large and respectable meeting was held on Thursday evening at the St. Louis Exchange to respond to the report of a Committee appointed to nominate City Officers. John S. Fowler, Esq. was called to the chair, and Mr. Stanly appointed secretary. The meeting was ably addressed by Dr. White, Messrs. Brannan, Kewen and others. The committee nominated the following gentlemen, which selection the meeting unanimously confirmed : For Mayor—N. G. Smith. For Recorder—Murray Morrison. For City Marshal—N. C. Cunningham. For City Attorney—J. N. Johnson. For Assessor— W. F. Prettyman. For Treasurer—Barton Lee. For Councilmen—D. Strong, J. S. Fowler, H. E. Bigelow, R. H. McDonald, V. Spaulding, Thos. McDowall, W. N. Doughty, E. L. Brown. J. Sherwood. There have been one or two other tickets formed, which we should have published this morning, provided they had been left at our office. We believe the gentlemen composing the above ticket are all good men, while we are e...
MARINE JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 February 1850
MARINE JOURNAL. Arrived at San Francisco, Feb. 3— American ship Gen. Harrison, Gardner, 185 days from Boston, and 58 days from Valparaiso; Am brig Amazon. McDonald, 180 days from Baltimore, and 50 days from Valparaiso ; Eng. brig Maukin, Bowden, 80 days from Auckland, New Zealand ; Chilian schr New Magellan, Benito, Mass. 105 days from Montevideo, and 48 days from Valparaiso. Feb. 4, Am. ship Nathaniel Hooper, Griffon, 235 days from New York, with 5 passengers ; British bark Pilgrim, Francis, 77 days from Auckland, with 54 passengers. Feb 5, steamer Unicorn, Porter, 28 days from Panama, with 160 passengers; Eng. brig Sarah Ann, Dunnett, 105 days from Sydney; Peruvian brig Volant*, Decker, 51 days from Guayaquil. Feb. 6, Am brig Cyrus, Studley, 204 days fm New Bedford, 78 days from Talcahuana—5 passengers. Feb. 7, Eng brig Tepic, Luce, 176 days from Liverpool — 7 passengers. Feb. 8, Am ship Harrison, Sherman, 107 days from Sydney—21 passengers; Am ship Europe, Plemman, 215 days from ...