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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

ANGLE, iDUNQ & CO.'S EXPREBS For the general transaction of i hums, conveyance of Letters, Packages and Gold Dust, between the vurioua sections of the Mines, Sacramento City, .v ii ! Francisco, New Oi leant*. New York, and (OS various I sections of the United .States and Europe. All orders for the purchase of Goods in San Francisco will bo promptly it(f(ii(!i'iJ to, at.d (him f i . « — upon the best terme. and forwarded by return of ■leaner ; sad orders for 'Crunks, Chests, &c. on storage, will bo promptly attended to. All orders for Letters in tli" Post Office will be presented, and tli" Letters forwarded by return of str.iiii' r. One of the firm will leave for New York 00 the 15th January, and take all Letters, Packages, Gold Dust, and orders for the purchase of Good?, entrusted to their care. Letten and Packages for other parts of the United Stales or Europe, put in the Post Office or forwarded by express, agreeubie to the direction of those sending them. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 9 March 1850

Co- Partnership Notices. CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned h;ivc this day entered into partnership for tho purpose of fiarrying en business in Sacramento City find vicinity, as Architects and Builders, with tho following conditional agrei m at: Ist. Hie name of th« firm shall -.- " Winn & Latson " 2d. Either of tl.o 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, profit! and looses of the firm shall be equally dividJd between the parties. 4th. The hooka and papers of the firm shall bo kept nt their oilier*, and bo always opt- for the inspection of either of the parties. sth. Btthei of the partners may purchase and hold real estate in thtir own name; hut 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 us security in utiy way. shape or form whatever, except when and where t...

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

UiiHineas Carets* ■I !,«•«• & Cornwall, (Successors of Priest, Lee $• C».) 42tf Sacramento City. PIERRE H. CORNWALL. BARTON LEE, €Jillispi«. A tlosiMMi, Office, Brace* Building, corner J and Front streets No. 1 1 second floor. ' , Los iufraseritos ofrecen bus serricios en la compr* venta • comision de sola res y Hurras en Sacramento i en la Alia California. * EUGKNIOGILLESPIE, 41tf ALONZn MON SON. ' %j «&;arl»>cll, Jr. Proprietor of the Miners' Bunk and Real Estate Broker, Having one of the largest safes in the city (fire proofv is prepared to receive treasures of all kinds on special deposit or otherwise. Loans made and received on land security. Gold Dust bought and sold. Certificates of deposit will be given, the validity of which can be naiisfnc»orily ascertained. 4Hf .»■. i*. l^4M>Jiat'<l <fc Co, SHELDON, KJBB£ ,v ALMY, mmii and former members of the above fum, keep constantly on i.aud a general assortment of G...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

PLACER TIMES. WML. I, SACRAMENTO CITY, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1850* NO. 44.

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Laws of California. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

Laws of California. AN ACT to Supersede Certain Courts, and Regidate Appeals therefrom^ to the Supreme Court. The People of the State of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: *' .- Sec 1. The courts kno*m and designated as the courts of second instance and the courts of third instance, are hereby declared to be superseded : and all laws conferring jurisdiction upW them, or either of them, or relating to their powers and proceedings, are abolished. Sec. 2. The courts of first instance, heretofore established, and now acting as such, are recognized as existing courts of this State, and they shall continue to possess the jurisdiction and exercise the powers conferred on them by law. until they shall be superseded as hereinafter provided. Sec. 3. Appeals from any judgment, order or determination of the court of second instance, or of any court of first instance which have heretofore been taken in any cause or proceeding, civil or criminal, and which remain...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

NOTICE. Stolen from the office of Charles Berghoff. in the town of " Nicolaus," seven deeds bearing date 26th February, 1850, drawn by the abovenamed gentleman in my favor, conveying the following described property, to wit: Lot No. 1 of block No. 31 a v g v ii 9i •i. m y II «i 7 II (i 7 M it 22 East half of" " 4 (i "2 it it 5 it t; |g It it 1 (I it OQ I hereby caution the public against the purchase of the above unacknowledged and unrecorded papers, which have been cancelled and declared null and void : and notice is hereby given that 1 shall make application to the agent of Nicolaus Allgeier for new deeds conveying the property herein described. JOSEPH itKAK. Nicolaus, 27th Feb. 1850. 42 31* THE PROPRIETORS of the Property on the American Fork in Sacramento City, east of 10th street and north of A street, are now prepared to complete the arrangements with thoi'o who have given in their names)) and they are I >reby requested to call on Dr. R. A. Pearis, select their lot,...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

The City Charter. — This document was officially received yesterday by the President of the City Council. It is woid for word as published by us a few weeks since. It is understood that the supplement to it, which has subsequently been passed, fixes the day of electing City Officers on the Ist proximo, the same as the County Election. Copies of the Charter for sale at this office. The County Election. — On the first Monday of April, next, the election for the following officers will take place : one Clerk of the Supreme Court: one District Attorney, for each judicial district: one County Judge, one County Clerk; one County Surveyor; one Sheriff, one Recorder, one Assessor: one Coroner; and one Treasurer for each county. For these offices there arc plenty of candidates, as usual, all of whom we believe are capable and trustworthy men. We would respectfully suggest, however, to these gentlemen not to acceptor ruu for any of these offices, unless they are prepared to attend to the duti...

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[Correspondence of the Placer Times ] [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

[Correspondence of the Placer Times ] San FramCHCO, March 8. 1850 Agreeable to my promise to write you the news. I send you this missive. The first news I have heard of interest to your city is that the Supreme Court of the State of California is now definitely organized and engaged in the dispatch of business. One of the first questions that came up for its nolution was whether it had or had not ■ right to ap|K>int clerks to the court of first instancethat is, whether it possessed any powers not conferred upon it by the let erof the constitution, and of the statute creating the court and defining its duties— that is. whether it inherited any of the powers of the supreme tribunal. That is a question similar to the one involved in the controversy between the town council of, this city on the one side, and the Governor on theeihei side If we are to take the ground of the town council, that we are to look for all the powers of the new state officers in the letter of the cons...

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[Correspondence of the Placer Tiroes] [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

[Correspondence of the Placer Tiroes] San Francisco, March 11 1850 Tn the Editor of the Placer Time* Dear Sir : There is a great scarcity of startling ru'WH in the market, no particular murders have taken place lately, and but few pockets picked, or houses broken open, except frame ones and those have been taken very cheap. The rainy Reason is still with us, although those who pretend to know, think this is its farewell fling. Two Theatres are in operation — one engaged in bringing out the legitimate (?) drama, and the other in giving us some French Taudevilles and pantomimes. They do not go down, except with a few distinguished foreigners. Gambling house* are at a discount, although nnte* are heard, either vocal or instrumental, every evening, as one passes. These are at present unpopular establishments. On a bright day last week, the streets were emphatically thronged with pretty womet? ; who they were, or what they were, was of no importance. There was the pretty figure, the well...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

Died, In this city, on Thursday morning, 14th inst.. Dr. Thos, H. Taylor, aged $5 years. [Dr. Taylob was from Trinceton. Mws and arrived in our city early last summer He en--in the auction and commifwion hnsifwiw with our good friend G. B. Stevens, Esq.: but having a repugnance to mercantile pursuit*. ho soon coniment'ed the practice of his profession and continued in it until very recently. Dr. T. was a gentleman in every sense of that tern, and by his pleasing deportment and kindly art*; had endcafed himi««lf tn a lar^e circle of frien Is. It will be a consolation to his relatives in the States to know lhat every attention iras paid him daring his illness, and that he was at. tended by one of our most skillful physicians. Dr. I. \Y Bay. His remains were attended to the crave by a large procpssion under the direction of the Masonic Order.] At VobaCity, February 2«th, 1850, Mr. Charles \V. Anderson, aced about 25 years, ton of Daniel Anderson of Helleville. Jeffen*on co. N. Y. New Y...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

C 9» Notick.— Tha undented, at the request of any of hw mechanical and other friend*, if induced t* offer himself as a candidate for th« City Cauaail at tbo en» jidj electiou for City officers. Sacramento City, Feb 22, 1850. ' 41 tf IETWe are authorised to announce Col A. M Win* a* a candidate for Mayor at the coming electlolK V. *4431% public SALE OF naval stores at •benicia: — - ■--•• i At two o'clock on Wednesday, April 4th, will be offered at public auction in and before the navy •tor. home town of Bi-nicio, about two thousand barrels and half barrel, of wet provisions, consisting of beet pork, pickle, etc.; about .10,000 Ib*. of navy bread in tight casks and barrel*; also 17,000 pound* brown soap in boxes; chewing tobacco, rIo cloth, winter and nummcr, &c. &c. &c. and a variety of small articles usually served tv seamen in the nary. Terms cash on delivery. Ten day» will be given purchaser, to remove their purchase*, at the expiration of which...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, 0J1.6, 9 FANCY GOODS, fee. AT THE NEW ENGLAND DRUG AND TAIKIETY STOKE, on J street, iteiweea 9d and 3d, ttacrmmeuto C»ty» I MORRILL A. WHITTIER beg leave to inform the public that the former Mock of the Variety Store on 2d street, has been joined with Dr. Merrill'* very complrte assortment ■ of Drug* at his old stand, forming one of the most complete atocka of Drugs, Medicine*, Paint*, Oil*, &c In California. Also, kept on hand, an assortment of | Groceries and Provisions, as well as Lemon Syrup, Lime Juice, Stoughton Bitters, oeidlitz and soda powdor*, fancy goods, &c. at the lowest pricee, x O" Physician** Prescriptions and Orders from the Mines promptly and accurately attended 10. $Tl\ will be'for the interest of purchasers to examine our. tock. C. MORRILL. M. D, tC. T. WHITTIER. NEW AUCTION AND COMMISSION HOUSE, Three doors south of the Sutler Hotel. la iv« - Tnfc & Co. L. HERMANCi:. Auctioneer. James Talr it Co. woul...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

STEAMER McKIM. CRANOC OF LANDING. d-^SUL The above steamer will hereafter land ™' Ti" *■» her freight across the bark Dimon, nncra r j M«t. T. HUI'CIIINSON &CO. Agents. Sacramento City, March 14, 1850. 44 M "slZ^~ stray HORSE M^\ NOTICE.— The undersigned has taken « up. and has now in his keeping, tho horse that broke loot* at his hotel, (Natoma) Mormon Island, en the I night of the 97th of February, and owned by ■ gentleman (name unknown) from >acramento City, who put up at the above named house, on his way to Coloma with late papers. The horse can be hud by bringing a receeipt for the payment for the iuseition of this notice in the Placer Times, and by paying all other charge*. As a number from Sacramento city hare attempted to get possession of the horse to take to. that place, without knowing to whom he belonged . I have thought propor to give notice positively, that the horse Will be delivered to uo one but the man who rode him to this place. None others ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

FOR SALE AT AUCTION. «£^ Will be sold at auction on the 18th March. &£sC 1850. (if not previously di^pnird of at private ■ale) by J. B. Starr & Co. Auctioneers, the well know n and substantially built BARK STRAFFORD, 314 45-95 ions register— will carry (JOO ton« or 5000 o»l», together with all of her sail*, «pars and rigging, "she now lies at the foot of N street. She in fitted' up between decks with 60 single berths ; hight between decks about 6 feet ; depth «f lower hold about 13 feet. For farther paitioular* apply on heard or to J. B.STARR & CO. corner X and Front streets. ' ' ALSO, ■ At the same time and place «a above mentioned will be «old the remainder of articles on hand belonging to said company, consisting in part as follows : Fork, beef, meal, flour, bread, pickles, Sec. 2 road wagons aud 4 kets wagon harness. 2 largo cooking stoves. 4 chain pumps. 1 large iron safe. 1 large quarter boat. 1 fine lot mining tools. 2 Hogardus amalgamator*...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

San Francisco Advertisements* ft. 1% Van Brunt & <>„ FORWAHDING, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, San Franc Office Montgomery st. opposite Central wharf. Refer to Messrs*. Cruwell, McDowell it. Co. T 43 3 ii» , .. "y.^" : ~~ OAK HALL. • : " Simmons i.iiiv A « •., B*Sf FKANCI6CO, ' Importer* and Wholeeal» mud Retail Dealer* in r*odj made Clothing, Boots and Shoe*, Pr*vi*iont, etc. Sacramento street. W. BIMMO9B, I " EV^i'.V- O. W. BIMUO.xi, „ D LILLT, }' °" Fra »"*"- f 42t f ] B0.!on. ~ THE UNDKRSIGNED Will leave this port on the first day of March next for Philadelphia. sons having business with him after his departure will apply to Mr. Jamea King, of William, No. 276 Montgomery street, to whom I have given a full power of attorney to act for me dmiag my absence. JACOB R. SNYDER. Feb. 25, 1850. 4* 41 R E M I T T A CES OK GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION. To any part of New England, covered by policy of insurance from the Manufacturers' Insurance Company...

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From the Alta California. March 0. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 16 March 1850

From the Alta California. March 0. I" M*WB*>PS*j in the Pacific. -'-Wo have at his.tim* in our office the first printing pre-8 esablishcd on this coast. It is the more a curiostyWon we reflect upon the 'singularly eventful •cencs through trhich it ha« been made to do the i lidding of a variety of masters, and while too we contemplate its appearance, which . denotes but hard usage, not the slow wear of time. It may lot be uninteresting to our readers to revert to the past history of the Press in the Pacific, possessed, as we are. of information which is in every way reliable respecting its early growth and more recent advancement. Wo have made up from various sources the following comprcheniivo account of publications in tho Pacific. We are indebted to the Honolulu press for a portion of this summary : Sandwich Island Gazette, published weekly at Honolulu, from 1 836 to 1839. S. D. Mackintosh, editor. For about twelve months the Sandwich Island Mirror appeared monthly in p...

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