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City Affair*. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

City Affair*. [1 /"* At the hour <>; i;oiii , to press In?t ovr- • u;ii4 the area of t lie Pacific rh»*atro presrnte .! ama mnVcirl tiibeau; the guests werernpi !- ly arriving: all the arrn'it*eimMits had been » competed, :uiJ b.i utucy and bl'auty reigned throughout, Thfatre. — Tl.i - : evening's entcrtninm nts consists of the Denouncer, or the .mm r <»: Marseilles. .1 song by »li". U'il <>.», an I the fur< \ of A So '1 or, a Sailor, .1 linker, a Tailor, or A IjiVce : fora Wife, in both of which the new favorites ; Mr. and Airs, lianibleton, and Mr. Campbell, appear. liii: Council.— At the session of the Board on Tuesday evening, tin or lintnea d fining the duties of Harbor .\las«cr was complete J. af or considerable bate, and Lieutenant ii;unnuT>ley I appointed to bat office. *he import an matter I ■'i salaries i.-< yet in abeyance >. hite tin; neces- ' sary >uoiny is cons...

Publication Title: Placer Times
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rniai "»:i i Fi*auri««M». [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

rniai "»:i i Fi*auri««M». We Hud the following items in the Aita ifoinia of Wotlm's.laj : Appointment 3 - llii'-Kxcellenoy, the Govnor, as ro.uacui I. •.■-in-: ol the niiSitnry foates of tin; >i;iti , has appointed ti* liii* niiis [{'• < ;hh|i. ('iij-t. tii-'liry i\l. Malice, ol Smi Fr.iiViMf-co, and i ion. A K. llobiti>ou, ot Sac- .... . - „ • • . . . riniiciiio. !.i. . hi; Pianist] — This ili.«tiii-Vuishi>(] mii>iri;ui sirrive'l in our city fro ii Sai'Vairif-nto in Mouday in:iii, aJter hayiiij; deiiirhted Hie L'iti'/.cn- oi the utter |>.;!.•>•. ;!.•>• upon three several occihoum. Mr. ili-i'A .ii I-. ins us thai it is In intention lo j^ive n tin.ii concert here prior to ill.' I i proximo, nt which time lie leaves our chores for tin.* United States. Uobee ; — A spltii.lid sclumik- to rob «everal trunks at the '-'i. 1" ;m i- was i:i>t nielli put in xo.'iit Hi 1 , hui tin piiy proved nea...

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Adjoin tain 'lit of IJi<« t*t'£i«!2ifiiic. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

Adjoin tain 'lit of IJi&amp;lt;« t*t'£i«!2ifiiic. [.&amp;lt; 'orrwaptradenee t-f ih- A!':i t'aiifo .i i.l San Jose, April -2, 1850. Mbssrs. EniTou^t— lii the Sfiiate tc-Jny, the assembly bill lor the FiippresMuii oi '.;:nuiu^ was ordered to a third k:i.liii , ; iui on a motion to MispinJ the rules uiui read the bitl tf c third titiit*. objection was made, so the bill lies over to the mm --:iii. '1 'he bill to prohibit the exercise ol buukio^ privileges was indefinitely postponed. In the As emb y, lie biii to provide for the distribution of the lows; journals tV „ was read a third time and passed; also a biil providing for tho creation of a marine hospital. Mr. P.tldwin from ho joint committee appoint*"! to &amp;lt;l :ft Jin ;; U\ rs- to til" pi O;i c of t':i ■ I'i.i i" StJtte?, n on the subject of the im-:.. di; adini-sH&amp;gt;n ol ( '. lifoi sin into the Union, jiri'.*tMited I II 1(1 I .' --, which, afior a ifii i !iy "f; 1 i* tli u.'ii'f! (lc!.;i.' was In id on th...

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larinc Jaurn il. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

larinc Jaurn il. Arrived at s.in Francisco, Kpt'A 22il —I* M C«»V. -linr r.nidit-;&amp;lt;. C;i|)t. li;ni.\, 21 du\^ i i I'm ami, HO'J pi&amp;gt;«tinrers ; q{3Uo,oj 0 in Bj»^ctr; Am nchr Grn. Morgnu, liiuuu it, 24 doius fin Triiiitiail Iv.iv, "2.") p.i!?&amp;gt;}xi^; .-&amp;gt;. BratiiiMii. mind m..-: Am |&amp;gt; ia DW.d lf«MisS;i\v, K:»v. •'! «ih lni it« i in/, 17 pts-o-ii^' is. luii.licr; Am .-clii- Bu*»Mic.'C"liMi}!iiiJ 161 &amp;lt;y-tm RirnKinbir M;i-&amp;gt;. H ji.s-L'.s. iinnli ■ c; Am &amp;gt;cUe Motliil Vrruun, S;&amp;gt;.xun, l.'li «l« Uii N ■ ■■■Minn. li jmi-s i i t_r»- : provisions. 'J.iil— in Imk llt-ctor, Kemp, 2B noun froui Trini&amp;lt;J-• Hay, '-2 pas i*uirvrs. hark ll'ct- r-L»fi at Trinidad » y bgCameo liriit-f, urtiv-d 801 it, stud ua*.-ui:| |yiii|| then* with inosl of liit p.i!»«»M)if r» and eariro ; &amp;lt;-c!ir l.oi&amp;gt; i ¥*i&amp;gt;(j:ma, uiic-r.u:u ant «Jj&amp;gt;oliir ISi«rp w«*t» iJJ or 30 Oivjjot...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

'Ami r.«'&amp;lt;f. \t N.wh.irgh, \. V., M.i.li lit!., iiy Rev. Wm. rt'.iiNii. Henry \. HarriMiu, oi Sau KraiicUco, io L.i- - r. il»i Hi. (liiilililit ol John II Wiii.-li, 1..-.]. 1.0 FS-LOT.S— LOTS. Fy.r. U. STARK &amp;amp; CO., An--thiiopni. Will be ■■•Id. Nt our .-nut on mini, oil MOXD \Y, Apr i 2'Jib, lt*.)ti, ; t 10 iVclo^k. \. M a largo iiuiilber of « !,&amp;lt;.ie. Lots in thr ii-lli.w n •-■ pluce*&amp;gt;: »ACIIAMEN I'CJ CITY, .VIAKYSVILLK, ELIZA, PLUM AS, LINDA. Those who nn&amp;gt; il«"ironi of purchasing Let;* in the bbovc c.iir* W lid.- «•! to «t»i-iiil the .-:il« _iil^t 3 I?. srAßii &amp;amp; C'«». Amiieiipeis-. AT \\ TIOX 3 « E.\M I? Vi;i]A. V\il lies i&amp;lt;) at I ' 2 o'clock on I'tif-ftfay, April 30th. 18511. hv J. I?. &amp;gt;T vUK &amp;amp; i « . An; -i oiieeis. oif-qirir-i'!..|' (In* sir .mi»*r V t&amp;gt;.i VUtii bu.it &amp;gt; ill r v l.urite p«we r and ill | » rlrCt «'rd»*r. •' lies.- \vi-i;i&amp;gt;i,i lo i/Ui-...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

I HOGS, MEDICINKS, PAINTS, OIL?, FANCY '.'&amp;gt;»!&amp;gt;. &amp;amp;c. AT THE NEW ENGLAND I » f V* i i AND V.M.IKIY S'U)HF. on J street. liHivci'u 2J and 3d. ."•'ncriii 1 «-nt'» C ty. .M&amp;lt;»!':;.|.|, &amp;amp; vVIH'iTIKK brg [rave to inform ih&amp;lt; public Il»*a1 tl *(n nvr ttinW nf ihc V.ir!«iy Sloie on L.i in it. lias I. -oh jo-urd with Dr. Mr.i.in vry (&amp;gt;!»■(•• n».ortlD**nl ol tJiuj- at liin « 1:1 Maud, t'Minone of lie mo I i o . j»i- le Block* • f L)ryg», Metii- • ■ im-, I'aii.t , (&amp;gt; '^ k\.' hi « ul |. r-.i. . A &amp;gt; ■'. k&amp;gt;. tmi hand, ■■ assortment of &amp;lt;•■..(• r &amp;gt;■- and l'n)v oiis. us v: •1' »•* L"in&amp;gt;':i Svrnp, 5. in" .In iv long Urn t!itu*ri*.'Vi*idtitz and a«da powder , .'-iii'-v jjoikls. tuo at i ln- lowe&amp;gt;| prirf*. !•' Phync in*' i't.-.-&amp;lt;ri,.iH'i&amp;gt;- jutfi &amp;gt;riier» from th» \\ -v- |&amp;gt; . ".•• v ami acruruii 1\ «i tended '&...

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The rolil MIMCt, [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

The rolil MIMCt, Tho Hon. Mr. Green introduced in the Senate. ft bill lor tho belt r re^ulatii.n of the mines, and the poveruinrnt of foreign miners, which Ims passed both branches of the legislature, and received the approval of the&amp;lt;&amp;gt;9veroor. Beinj of UtOh pone al inter st. we publish it entire. It is to be hoped t! ut some d linite action of Congress on the sub ect at an early period, may supei the necessity of carrying oat the provisions of tlii-» law. which threatens to be attended with serious diftoulty. The very iirat urgency which exist , Ibt the speedy applicati &amp;gt;n of all our trees to the puri^seof raising revenue for the expenses of govenunent, may have induced too precipitate action. In the Alti California the foil wing remarks ace added ; " We question very much whether the Slat ■ i 1 tlature has am right to post any such act a d are imp osscd w i . h the belief that Hot and Moovl bed, instead 1 1 he ng prey nted, will ensue from any attem...

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K;:nth AisitTica. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

South America The attention of the civilized world appears to be attracted at the present period to the South American continent and the western Pacific coast From the time when Christopher Columbus first entered the gulf of Paria by the strait called the Dragon's Mouth, on the first of August, 1498 in his voyage of discovery, up to the middle of the nineteenth century South America, and especially that portion of the continent verging on the Pacific slope, has lain almost dormant and in a state of nature It is true', under the government of Ferdinand, old Spain aware of the great riches, power and grandeur which the acquisition of such a country must add to her renown, undertook its conquest and occupancy; Settlements were made at various points of the compass, and after a suceession of sanguinary wars with the natives, the Spaniards finally succeeded in getting a permanent foothold upon the main land. After being firmly located in a country blessed with a soil and climate, surpass...

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Arrival of the Pannma. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 26 April 1850

Arrival of the Pannma. One wet later from the Stales- European dates to Feb. 2'3d. The Panama, &amp;lt; '■• pt. Bailey, reached Snn Francisco on Monday at 10 o'clock A. M The news of the proceeding of Congress ire of the greatest interest !o California. The &amp;lt;duii--iou is hardly doubted, while the difficulties in the way are still accumulating and no -aiisfaetory arrangement is yet appareat. The Alta California has the following item,. Emigration. — The emigration to Calif - nia continues nnabitedi TheGcorgia, which eft N. York on tin- 13th of March had on board »&amp;gt;() passengers. The Herald publishes a list »f w.-5-els which have left various ports in the United States for this place, subsequent to ihe 26th of February, which will be found in mother column. The estimated number of passengers in these vessels is 1000. Abscond ed. — George J. Bullock, cashier of i he Central Rail road and Banking Company absconded in the latter part of February, t'roin Savannah...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

PLACER TIMES. ~~ — ■£■ - - — ■ TERMS: $16 per annum, I PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ) PUBLISHED TIU-WEEKLY. j OFFICE: on2dj?trebt, I ULTYVKLN X AND L. VOL. I. SACRAMENTO CITY, MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1850. NO. 52.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

Business Cards. Barton Lee, (Formerly Priest, Lee &amp;amp; Co.) EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE, AND BASK 1*1 1? OFFICE, On the east side of Second street, between I and J sts. Bills of Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe for sale. Money loaned on good security. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit, and a general Banking business done. Sacramento city, April 8, 1850. 48 tf jr. Heely Johnson, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, SACRAMENTO CITT. 47 tf Office on 3d street, North of J. B. F. Hastings A Co. Exchange Brokers, Bankers and Commits*** Merchants. J street, between 2d and 3d. John A. Read, Commissioner for Kentucky. 45 J. B. Starr &amp;amp; co. WHOLESALE AUCTION HOUSE, FRONT STREET, «ern«»r of K. Sacramento City. 45 tf . Gillespic dc 31oii*on, Office, Brace's Building, corner J and Front streets, No. 11 second floor. Los infrascritos ofrecen bus servicios en la compra y venia a comisiou declares y tierras en Sacramento y eniaAita California. EUGENIO GILLESPIE, 4...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

Warbass &amp;amp; Co., Successors to T. J. Henley &amp;amp; Co. and Field &amp;amp; Co., BANKERS, Exchange Brokers, and Real Estate Agents, corner of Second and J sts. Sacramento City. Exchange for sale on New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. Gold Dust bought. Drafts and Bills collected. llfal Estate bought, sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United States. Miners, wishing to remit to the United States, by sending the amount to W. &amp;amp; Co. with the address of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rely on drafts being forwarded by first opportunity. To protect against loss by fire, W. &amp;amp; Co. have purchased the large doable safe formerly used by the Phoenix Bank of New York, and believe it to be the largest and most secure of any in California. THOMAS A. \V\4RBASS, WILLIAM S. HEYL, JOHN F. MORSE. References in Sacramento City — Hardin Bigelow, Esq., S. Brannan &amp;amp; co.,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

HAWLEY &amp;amp; COS EXPRESS. From the Mines to the Atlantic States, Canadas and Europe, The only firm authorised by Adams &amp;amp; co. in Sacramento city for the transmission of packages, gold dust and coin to and from the above places, by their Express. Bills of Exchange sold on the above firm for the Stales. Adams &amp;amp; Co. send messengers with every shipment, thus ensuing safety to consignors. Gold dust and coin sent to London via Panama, and insured against all risks till delivered at the Bank of England, and the value remitted to any part of Great Britain or the continent. H. &amp;amp; Co. collect notes, bills, forward letters, purchase goods, and attend promptly to all the usual business connected with Expresses. Letters taken, by order, from the post offices at San Francisco, Sacramento, and Stockton, and sent where the parties direct. H. &amp;amp; Co. refer to the following certificate for their authority for their connection with Adams &amp;amp...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

FOR THE MINES. * THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT! Sacramento City, Mormon Island and Sutler's Mill at Coloma, DAILY ACCOMMODATION STAGE LINE. /ss£g£»i~ts On and after Monday, March 4th, 3lebi2EiEElBsQ, the above Stage will run regularly, leaving the Sutter House at quarter before 7, and the City Hotel, Sacramento City, every morning at 7 o'clock, and Bailey &amp;amp; Winters" Hotel, Coloma, every morning at 6 1-2 o'clock, changing horses at LeidesdorflTs 10 Mile House, Willow Springs and Green Springs. Passengers by this route can be 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 be secured and farther information obtained by applying to 0. McKnight— Sutter Hotel, Front street. Passengers securing seats at the office will b» called for a...

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Agricultural. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

Agricultural. On no other subject concerning the capabilities of our State does greater misapprehension prevail. The absurd reports circulated, owe their source chiefly to the crude correspondence that teems through the columns of the press on the Atlantic side, and which springs from the fond ambition of parents and friends to see their pet Sams and Petes in print. There are comparatively few whose opportunities for observation and research entitle their views on this point to the confidence of those who might base any movements on their assumed correctness. A large proportion of our people are devoted to mining, which requires them to bi OOttlned to to the gold regions or the towns which have principal intercourse therewith. Most of these, too, come to tho country by sea, and arriving in San Francisco, take Ihoir departure- thence duuetly for the divings. This is the very journey which, in the dry season especially, is calculated to produce the most unpropitious estimate of tho ch...

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Tlie Hit—■, [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

Tlie Hit— ■, Mr. John Berg has lately returned from Trinity. Ho went from here a short time ago, with a party of five men with seven mules. The trip each way consumed sixteen days Ho report* the gold abundant in the beds and bars of the streams, but very fine indeed' requiring the use of quicksilver machines, of which he takes four back With him. There are a great many more people there than ho expected to find ; none of them knew anything of the distance to the coast, but some Wtn getting ready to explore the river down. — Met no snow on the way, and saw but two Indians. Provisions at the diggings, $2,50 per pound. A great disposition towards the Middle Fork of the American is manifested ; some six thousand are said to be high up there among the snows, waiting the waters to subside, to commence operations. At IMacerville, the whole town, almost, is dug over. They think they hare found an old bed where the Creek used to ran. At the depth of from 6 to 12 feet, excellent diggings are ...

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Present Politic* and the Prospective [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

Present Politic* and the Prospective A California correspondent of the Xeie York Observer in a letter to that paper dated in this city, January 29, takes occasion to remark concerning; the press of San Francisco, that both the Alta California and Pa- \ &amp;gt;• are in politics Democratic. Of course our friends of that city can best defend their interests against unfounded allegations such as this, and we can only say whether or not the politics of the latter paper are generally understood, Ihere is nothing; clearer in the world to the public mind here and elsewhere, than the uncompromising neutrality of the Alta California, and which begun co-existent 'vith the birth of that journal. For our remaining contemporaries in the country, we can assure friend? of the press abroad, that no party distinction at preseßt exists except in the instance cited, nor is it probable that the requirements of political contests in California for some time to come, will induce the undertaking of es...

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The Pacific Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Placer Times — 29 April 1850

The Pacific Courier. The following article appears in the Alta California of the 26th. It sums up the case alluded to in another column : Some of our readers may recollect that we took occasion some time since to rebuke the presumption with which the proprietor of the " Pacific Courier" announced that he had commenced the publication of a Whig newspaper of that name in Francisco. In justice to ourselves and our cotemporaries we felt compelled to expose the assumption, arrogance, egotism and ignorance displayed in the " Extra," which was circulated so Freely. We feel now in duty bound to allude to to the Courier — of which we have not yet boon able to Mi the first number— once more. The Washington Union, some time since, alluded to that paper, and its proprietors, Messrs. Crane and Rice, in no very flattering terms. This called forth a letter from Mr. Rice, datedJJoston, Fobrury, 1850, which we find in the National Intelligencer, of the 25th of that month. And upon the contents of th...

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