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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 2 March 1850

CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICES. CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned have this day entered into partnership for the purpose of carrying on business in Sacramento City and vicinity, as Architects and Builders, with the following conditional agreement : 1st. The name of the firm shall be " Winn & Latson." 2d. Either of the parties have the right to use the name of the firm in all transactions connected with the legitimate business of the partnership. 3d. The expenses, profits and losses of the firm shall be equally divided between the parties. 4th. The books and papers of the firm shall be kept at their office, and be always open for the inspection of either of the parties. 5th. Either of the partners may purchase and hold real estate in their own name; but during the existence of the partnership they or either of them are not permitted to sign the name of the firm or their individual names as endorser, or as security in any way, shape or form whatever, except when and where their legi...

Publication Title: Placer Times
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 2 March 1850

Any business entrusted to them will be attended to with promptness and dispatch. E. MECONNEKIN, JAS. A. MYER. Reference—Priest, Lee & Co. 34 4t*r SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. OAK HALL, Simmons, Lilly & Co., SAN FRANCISCO, Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers In ready-made clothing, boots and shoes, provisions, etc., Sacramento street. W. SIMMONS, } San Francisco G. W. SIMMONS S. D. LILLY, } [42tf] Boston. THE UNDERSIGNED Will leave this port on the first day of March next for Philadelphia. Persons having business with him after his departure will apply to Mr. James King, of William, No. 276 Montgomery street, to whom I have given a full power of attorney to act for me during my absence. JACOB R. SNYDER. Feb. 25, 1850. 42 4t _ _ REMITTANCES OF GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION, To any part of New England, covered by policy of insurance from the Manufacturers' Insurance Company, Boston, made per each steamer on the most favorable terms ; also, drafts for sale ...

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LEGISLATIVE [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 2 March 1850

LEGISLATIVE. Correspondence of the Alta California. In the Senate, on the 16th, the bill authorizing a loan of money on the faith and credit of the State was under consideration the greater part of the day. Amendments were made to it, the most important of which was the increase of the amount of the loan from $750,000 to $1,000,000 dollars. The bill was read the third time and passed. Yeas, 8 ; Nays, 5. In the assembly on the 16th, Mr. Stephens from the committee on commerce, reported a bill to provide for the collection of demands against vessels and boats, which passed the second reading. Mr. Williams from the committee on mileage, made a report in relation to the mileage of members. Mr. Brown offered a joint resolution concerning the compensation of the legislature, which was read three times and passed. The bill concerning the salaries of officers occupied the attention of the house most of the day. A joint resolution was offered and adopted, providing for the election of a cler...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 2 March 1850

STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Sacramento District, ss.—Court of First Instance in civil cases for said District. Samuel C. Bruce and James Makee versus Kwong-Wing-Qui-Suey, WeNow- Man- Kan. Aung, Angee and Ansum. The defendants in the above entitled cause will take notice, that the above named plaintiffs have filed in the Court of First Instance of Sacramento District aforesaid their declaration against the said defendants. Now unless the said defendants shall appear in the Court aforesaid within forty days from this date and plead or demur to said declaration, the same shall be taken as confessed, and judgment entered accordingly. PRESLEY DUNLAP, Clerk Court First Instance, Sacramento District, Cal. ALONZO C. MONSON, Plaintiff's Attorney. Feb. 12, 1850. 41 tf NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern that I have this day appointed Charles Berghoff my agent and attorney by an instrument of writing duly signed and recorded. NICOLAUS ALLGEIER. Nicolaus, Jan. 17, 1850. Mr. Josep...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 2 March 1850

HAWLEY & CO.'S (Formerly Weld & Co.'s) EXPRESS, Forward gold dust and letters to the States every steamer, connecting with ADAMS & CO.'S Express, San Francisco. Also forward gold dust, letters, packages and merchandise between Sacramento, Benicia and San Francisco, collect notes, bills, obtain tickets for the Pacific line of steamers home, and make purchases and transact all the usual business of Express lines in the States. Offices—in Sacramento, on Front-street, between the Brannan House and S. Brannan & Co.'s store. In Benicia, .Jesse Sawyer is our agent. In San Francisco, on Montgomery-street, near Sacramento, at Adams & Co.'s Express office. 36 3m SACRAMENTO HOSPITAL, Under the care of Dr. Robert M. Stansbury. The undersigned having purchased the interest of Dr. Cragin and Mr. Abell in the Sacramento Hospital, near Sutter's Fort, are prepared to receive sick persons at the following rates: A patient occupying a room al...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 2 March 1850

BUSINESS CARDS. PRETTYMAN, BARROLL & 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, &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 & Co. on the corner of J and 3d streets. 32 tf DR. JAS. PEARSON. W. A. BAKER. PEARSON & BAKER. REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Dec. 1 J street, between 3d and 4th. 30 17t* WILLIAM MONTGOMERY, Zinc Building, on J street, Auction and Commission Merchant, Will attend promptly to the sale of all kinds of merchandise as well as real ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

PLACER TIMES. NO. 4:j. VOL. I. SACRAMENTO CITY, SATURDAY, MAKC'II ?>, 1850.

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ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC RAILROAD [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC RAILROAD NO. IV. Sacramento City, Feb. 25. 1850 To the Editor of the Placer Times : Sir — Suppose this Road had been completed a Few years ago : might it not have aided in the establishment of our Oregon boundary? At any rate- might we not, with justice, have said to England. "As our Road has benefited the whole of your part of the territory, it is only right that you should contribute a portion of your land towards reimbursing our outlay? " Even had we insisted upon our claim up to 54 deg. 40 sec, is it not probable that one effect of the existence of the Road would have been to have made our right to that line a little more " clear and indisputable" to some of ourselves, at any rate: and perhaps also to our friends across the water ? Railroads are calculated to assist wonderfully to attain a desired point, morally, as well as physically, under certain circumstances. After the serious, deliberate, and unqualified declaration on the pirt of our government, that ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

City Charter:—The Charter for this City, upon reconsideration, passed the Legislature by a two-third vote on the 27th ultimo. We have not learned whether any amendments were made or not. The document has not yet been officially received—hence the day of Election cannot be stated. The following is the vote : Senate.- Yeas-- Messrs. Bassham, Broderick, Chamberlin, Crosby, De la Guerra, Green, lleydenfeldt, Robinson and Valleio 'J Nays Messrs, Bidwell and Lippinootl 2. Assembly.-— Yeas — Messrs* Bradford, Brown. Corv.Covarrubias. Hughes. MeKinstry, Morehcad. Patterson, Per Lee, Randolph, Tent, Tinjrley, Walthall, Watson, Williams and Speaker (Bigler) 16. Ifays— Messrs. Baldwin, Clarko, Creamer, Mooro and Stowell — 5. Clearing the Levee:— The work of removing the obstructions upon the Levee commenced on Tuesday morning. With but few exceptions, all who had "squatted" on the Landing left without resistance. One or two made a warlike demonstration, but were soon satisfied that the best th...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

married. At San Francisco, by Rev. Mr. Taylor, Henry C. Kettle to Catharine Ann McGee. Died, In this city, at his store in .1 Street, on Wednesday evening, 6th inst. of erysipelas, E. Meconnekin, Esq. in the 33d year of his age. Mr. M. was from Baltimore. Md He has left an amiable wife and two children to lament the loss of a most devoted husband and kind and affectionate father. Ho came to this cityearly last spring, when indeed there wero but two or three houses in it, now perhaps numbering ! some ten thousand inhabitants.. He- was pros- ' perous in business, and promised fair to become a ! wealthy man. While thousands fell victims to . exposure, he was health}-. During the flood hetilled his house with the suffering and destitute, furnishing them with food, raiment and medicine, without charge. Perhaps no man has been more useful in this community than E. Meoonnekin. Men admired him for his independence, ladies for gallantry, and every child who knew him became at once attached t...

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Marine Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

Marine Journal. *% Arrived at San Francesco, March 2. — Am 3chr Ann and Julia, McAllister, 210 days fin N. Orleans, 5 male and 1 female passenger . Am bark Louisiana, 4 dsfin Oregon, 15 passengers; Am ship Norfolk, 198 days from Boston, 15 passengers. 4th -Am brig Oriental, Talbot. 148 days from Machtas, (Me.) 1 -■- passengers; Chile brig Correo Ide Coin a. Solhaune, 22 days from Mazatlan, 13 passengers. 5th — Eng pchr Columbine, Sargent 125 days from Sydney. 2 passengers; Surveying schooner Ewi«g, Me Arthur, 24 days fm Honolulu.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

We are authored to announce FHESLEY DUNT.AP.the present Clerk of th«> Court of First Instance, |«n oamlidate for the office ot County Clerk, at the eusaing election. 43 3t*r rMr. Editor — Please annonnre the name of EDWARP I. WILLIS, a? a candidate for the office of Connty Judg* at the coming election. 43 3> MANY VOTRRS. Mr. Editor — Please announce the name of GEORGE W. BELL. as» a f>uit«bit candidate for the Sh«riffalty at the ensuing *'eetion. 43 M* MANY VOTERS. I T We nre aatborraed to announce the name of T. O. SELBY ac a candidate for Sheriff of this county when il is organized. 39 At the solicitation of many friends. I hereby announce mrwlf as a candidate for City Marshal. 40 2t N. C CUNNINGHAM. £3f* Notice. — The undersigned, at the request of many of his mechanical and other friends, is induced to offer himself as a candidate for the City Council at the ens ling election for City officers. A. P. PETIT. Sacramento City, Feb 22, IQSO.l Q 50. 4...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

HENLEY, McKNIGHT. & CO. UANKING,EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT OFFICE, Front street, adjoining Sutter Hotel, SACRAMENTO c in. (CAT..) Furnish Hills of Exchange on all parts of tlu> United States and Europe, in sums to suit purchasers. Gold Dust bought and sold, or shipped and insured, on the most favorable terms. Gold Dust, Coin, or Treasures of any kind received on special deposit. Money loaned on good security. Interest paid on permanent deposits. Expresses sent once a month to all parts of the United Stales. N. U. — Miners wishing to send money to any part of the States, can have the amount forwarded promptly, by sending dust or coin to 11., McK. & Co. with the name and place of residence . of the person to whom the money is to be sent, together with their letters, which will be duly mailed without extra charge. THOS. J. HENLEY. ORLANDO McKNIGHT, CLINTON HASTINGS. References: Sacramento City — Burnett & Rodger*, Priest, Lee & Co., ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

FOR THE MINES. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT ! Sacramento City, Mormon Island and Sutter's Mill at Coloma. DAILY ACCOMMODATION STAGE LINE, On and after Monday, March 4lth. 1850, the above Stage will run regularly, leaving the City Hotel, Sacramento City. EVERY morning at 7 O'clock, and Bailey & Winters's Hotel. Coloma. evert morning at 6 1-2 o'clock, changing horses at Leidesdorff's 10 Mile House, Willow Springs and Green Springs. Passengers by this route can bo left within one mile of the North Fork by stopping at Mormon Island ; also, within a short distance of Salmon Falls Diggings, Hangtown, Cold Spring, Georgetown and South and Middle Forks. All Express business entrusted to the proprietor of this Line will be promptly and faithfully attended to Seats may bo secured and farther information obtained by applying at Angle, Young & Co.'s Express office, Front street, next door to the Sutter Hotel. Passengers securing seats at the office will be called for at any of th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

San Francisco Advertisements. R. N. Van Brunt & Co., FORWARDING, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, San Francisco. Office. Montgomery st, opposite Central wharf. Refer to Messrs. Crowell, McDowell & Co. 43 3m* OAK HALL. Simmons, Lilly & Co., SAN FRANCISCO, Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ready made Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Previsions, etc. Sacramento street. W.SIMMONS, I<- |£U_£r.;- O. W. BIJIMOJIB, s. i). Lilly, \*«nFranctic: [4gtfj B J^ THE UNDERSIGNED Will leave this port on the first day of March next for Philadelphia. Persons having business with him after his departure will apply to Mr. James King, of William, No. 276 Montgomery street, to whom I have given a full power of attorney to act for me duringmy absence. JACOB R. SNYDER Feb. 25, 1850. 42 4t REMITTANCES OF GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION. To any part of New England, covered by policy of insurance from the Manufacturers' Insurance Company. Boston, made per each ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

Thf. Bittkr FftUIT Of \ Jssi -We learn from the Boston papers thai thesentenoe of death passed on Milton W, Btreewr, for the murd irof in* wife, has been mitigate;!, ami that h< h l< expiate his crime by immurement for the rest of his life within the walls of ■ \ ri* n Thij is the murder case on which we Commented, at the time of the trial, in eomlei'umflon of the heartless and wicked spirit which impels some to make sport for themselves by practicing on the weakness of a fellow bving. Streotor was passionately fond of his wife, and insanely jealous Some voung men amused themselves by contriving to make him believe that his jealousy whs well tOU&ded and it was while, under the effect of some, of their tricks that he laid violent hands upon his and their — victim. — LN. Y. Com. Ad. Dispatch of ButIXXSI in s>an Kram isco— A commission house of San Francisco and Now York, received b y the steamer Oregon on the 21st ult. several cases of good...

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AN ORDINANCE [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

AN ORDINANCE For Clearing and Keeping Clear the Public Landings, Streets, and other Public Property in Sacramento City: Be it ordained, by the President and Council of Sacramento City. That it shall not be lawful for any person or persons to erect or continue any tent. shed, house or shanty on any <>f the streets, public landings, or other public property, in said city . and every person (*> offending ; hall, opon conviction, be fined fifty dollars an'l costs for each offence ; and for every day's* continuation of the offence after conviction the sum of one hundred dollars an<l co-t* Be it farther ordained. That no poods phall bo permitted to lie upon the public Guiding, ( r in the streets, for a longer term than three day.s after the promulgation of thi* Ordinance or from the time of landing cuch goods— the landing of Wood. Coal or Lumber exempted when on the landing for sale And for each days offence against the provisions of this sectio...

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