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Alta California (Newspaper) - March 22, 1849, San Francisco, California as to give Bounty teers as were accepted into and dis- being to the fkf NEW landing by the and for and pocket I request that my claim to Bounty Pth of the act of the of entitled act to raise for a limited time an additional tary and for other may be and if I urn to I wish and do hereby relinquish y 0 me oj i www vj uuu now of an assortment of every I ale brandy kind of for the I fruits in tittA oft Liquors in preserved huo water made f j pared pale Chum J madeira in rura iu cases and navy scales of all loaf bruas rice iu bid A ac in in green alpaca March under white colored worsted ha Hi aud caps Of alt inn nil c tnd market Wk RT and superior black pine aoule r RUCKEL Q i j my right and m lieu thereof to re- assorted poncho a scrip for one hundred port lars aoj wine m aid variety of other 6 San CONGRESS WATER dozen for iale by DAVIS arch r i also i I your obedient To of WASHINGTON B It is hereby certified satisfactory has been exhibited before f for county of in the State of by the and who are persons entitled to that and are the only surviving J children of who was a in the United States service In testimony whereof I bare set seal of office this day of j etc for sale by EXPLANATORY NOTES twenty five as the case may be may be taken any BEE UST received anJ now per barque Callao fl from splendid assortment of -A t t WANTED pine apple co splendid of Medicines cotton and madras raZs and and mixed bilk and cotton tor and W of gold dust for which fie market price in coined gold or silver paid by CROSS expressly for this and bo of- fend at that cannot faill to astonish preserved meats of nil toUet white trunks i 9 NEW GOODS MESSRS HAVE and now for the balance of the cargo per barque which they offer at unprecedented to enable to make room further importations daily ex- from Valparaiso and IT other late Half boots tnd V era chewing superior arti pER bark from the Sandwich Parties other acquainted wish can do so with perfect as March 8 1849 ik from of high L j t v m in acquainted win can do so with perfect my hand and w bark from they never Deviate from the first price and to in the In and half porter and port wthe enable them to their selling in frying pans at smallest possible terms T- CtC etC for Sale bv Fefi'y 1349 co cash or gold dust on the delivery of the goods M n FOR SALE BEEF CATTLE nn Bay of San the eastern town of Sau hereby notifies O officer or tribunal hating probate be no father from now the muet be 2nd t f the facts muet be and form will be varied suit the case and if there be neither child hop father and the widow the form Vill be so changed as to show the facts in the case every kina of for this market AIe in in half Slate of On this day of County of one thousand eight hundred and 1 in the year one dozell ln and in corks in bags i- of crow nails sauce ing pans chocolate pots to the extent of the law March 49 THE undersigned has for sale two head of cattle iii lots of one hundred or mre to suit and deliverable at his farm on um v can be made to Howard Co in A r r San or to the undersigned in J P JONES FRESH OLIVES March DAVID SPENCE claret in white dried moot gues el eighteen gallons sale by March 49 m a KJ SAC Justice of the Peace for the county and above who being duly sworn according to declares fthat he is the 1 Ucal who was a in the company minded by Captain commanded by day of and was at of of FOR SALE 9 A warranted Chronometer with by Poole of ker to the Admiralty Also a brass Sextant i SIX by Cameron Apply to Mr McGregor i DAVIS CARTER 9 c i white cotton and merino and CHOICE BUILDING RESIDENCES lots lying in a in the regiment t that he enlisted or the term of on the day the brig Apply to HOBSON t DEWITT HARRISON 1849 FOR SALE THE UNDERSIGNED Ascribed before me the day above if be the above WOULD respectfully notify the esteemed of that they have in now landing and for sale on moderate Clay under the firm of A- Pioche terms consisting of Spanish brandy in barrels an and of ale iu vinegar in other also a general i Spanish preserved ping and commission business The principal art it lea of merchandise which we have received by the Tasso Fashionable and perfu- of hardware of all ij in bounded by t with Decatur and places rur North and South The the lots are 30 x 100 30 x 9 feet These lots are protected from thc weet of the summer in and are desirable fc improvement or speculation Great Ihi gains can be obtained and liberal terms with view to close a concern A map can be seen mid fur ther particulars nu application to C V Conveyancer Portsmouth are ATTEND lias 500 I fUs proper to for the information claimants under the 9th section of the act assortment of dry goods preyed wine two AM of which wHl Besides account of parties who t he AIM sold ft o HOBSON CO 1849 9 tf in every instance In winch a volunteer soldier was discharged on a surgeon's that paper must be sent to Pension office with the claim- ant's unless it has been otherwise disposed of If he should state the fact I under oath i i Vi win be at ft A A March 1849 HOBSON close balance shiP the magistrate J B J March 49 10 NEW GOODS m expected by the barque from a large assortment of goods selected for this C.V Portsmouth sq 10 if WANTED C3 pr at by r March market price for silver dollars THOMPSON Co Portsmouth of a of may administer an nj i ot brandy in port and A A L j w must be by thc proper under in of Office certificate must W h may be at their in crates assorted ware for family company every and be attached to o fis preserved bro en thi ste oil company every and be attached to the paper on which the affidavit is written No affidavit taken before a notary public can be admitted as except in the States Wisconsin and in M f WANTED to buy large pieces of for w the prices be paid by Kl 2 VALUABLE REAL ESTATE of land bounded by Portsmouth convenient linen paint iron gates coal clay regatta etc etc that A A 1 f t m NOTICE 9 The leave to inform their an I f U j i j w U Ull IT I f by late a small quantity of I the left of the Shafa wine in and China English j prepared to accommodate customers at alt wm V I IK Ai A f t on hu been wine in caik and China English with a street and Geneva gold hunting etc etc through the centre ready made and a w The central variety of other for sale by for STARKEY JANION CO I YlA 1 eral land must be the if he to receive scrip in lieu of and must be witnessed by some one who writes a hand 4 Volunteers in some cases from without ever having a certificate lo that from the officer who discharged them w 10 tf March Conveyancer n expected soon to arrive direct from Boston Vr 20 casks cognac pale and 3 pipes Holland 75 E 200 kegs liquors 6 to 10 gallons barrels 5 pipes 10 M casks mal 25 barrels 10 casks port 25 baskets champa just concluded bia 10 10 casks London fifi r CHEMICAL AND DRUG STORE D P 1849 -41 S co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL M bra boo ton de ale A PUBLIC NOTICE HOB nnH been mustered out of the In at a few case the claimant must make the oath of identity required by the and add to tbe statement as to his service the tt aa Rements casss La A- the ore m Portsmouth and respectfully toM manufactured 6 5 casks arc requested MA men can doz 200 S rising the entire flour boxes 25 boxes 50 boxes nav UD iea to come forward and 1 T o T ji WQ fl the entire boxes 25 boxes 50 boxes can be salts and 50 doz wool 25 cloth ing I never any discharge The regiment to which I belonged was mus on on and copartnership heretofore under the fim consent the date The concern will hence own account JOSEPH BAWDEN Co tered the 5 No assignment of or scrip can be made after a land warrant has been from the Pension or a certificate ol as the case may be who was so should produce Ih of the officer of Z regiment or company to which he SM M-b showing that he was at thereat Of war Th post to which thc soldier marched should DO mentioned NOTICE ALL persons having or who be either to Josefa or to Frederick wool cloth sack 200 twilled wool 20 doz 10 nests 20 pairs sat 10 doz wool 150 cloth 5 100 50 10 casei 2 bate bro 25 100 cook 20 wool 2 cases 100 I case znos 1 case cotton tc etc by 6 arr S CO March 9 lOt O M NEW HOTEL THE subscribers would inform the that they have recently of Mr Denecke Public Bakery and Qr store of S when VALUABLE TOWN LOTS I 5 KSS which map of the b AVISO AL PUBLICO Enrique f formerly owned and occupied by him The ine business at that and the no assortment of c si BRANNAN March 1849 e 9 lOt HOUSE LOTS being ths ered on the old Sacramento Nl F M ard ata iron San 8 THOMAS O oat e Ma Sin of C or Bt E ES 10 tf March J C de F an UJ FREDERICK WISSELL Co 1819 ft T BONSELL DOAK and will practice at March 1849 REAL and several lots and parts of T San Feb 15 o the as hento Mir
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