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   Alta California (Newspaper) - December 28, 1848, San Francisco, California                               I wEttB A If 1 a a pensive -v That could tlie wide world I would fly on the of the morning Aud tnen with a gentle And teii tbeiu to be 1 would I would overland Wherever a h urnan might _ TelHntr a or singing a In praise of the of the v If I were a a consoling Tdfly on the wings of the The of Sorrow and Guilt I'd And calm and truthful I'd nve them from Despair. would I would o'er the crowded And like the light down Into the hearts of suffering And teach them to look up If I were a a convincing I'd travel weth toe And wherever I saw the nations torn .By Or hatredyof their I would I wuuld on the And into their bliitded bosoms r i is kfff -l all their fcvil thoughts Fd teach them Cliriitiaii brotherhood. City Hotel. Located on the south fide of Ewtwnouth The proprietor aud the pub- that hasvagainleiwed the above largo aufweU kiiowii yhichhaf been recent- i 1 A m tin ly fitted up and fumibiien Ua.ikuwt modern from bin ekporlcnce 111 business as a conductor of a pub- lic hopes to gain a liberal share of patronage. The purveyance department is attended with care and and hit table supplied with all the van- etieii die market Hit bar the choicest of win ts and liquors. Jn no will spared m .any department to fender his guests agreeable during their i If I a m penrading I'd fleek the kinw of earth J j Pd find them alone on their beds at And whisper words that should guide them of pricelem worth. I would fly more swift-than the swiftest And tell tbern things they which the their feet. 3. H. Proprietor Son Jany. 1849. m If I were a an immortal Td speak in the peoples Without deserving to bei'free....... T d make .their error clear. I would fly v I would fly i on the'wings of my world-WideJ And ali the earth If I wera a irolce-ran immortal voice. TIte Puppet -.i THE undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has a Fublic House for the accommodation of in hw new and commodious builning mi the corner of Pacific opposite the whip anchorage. His Bar will contain the choicest wiiies and' cor- and his table will always be supplied wity the best Ute market affords. N. is'attached to the above where fresh pies can be had at GEORGE 'DENECKE. Francisco-Jany. IV1849. 1-tf WASH1NGTCUN subscribers would respectfully inform the that they as prepared tu lurnihh attheaboye with all the delicacies of the' in the shape of together with a constant sbpply of ex- cellent fresh and Coriied' Beef and NPork. Thanking their friends for their former liberal pal- would hope for a continuance of the feayiug secured the services .of excellent and. being determined to omit nothing which shall conduce to the accommodation of customers. GEORGE W. EGGLESTON CO. Sari Franciseiij 14f Jr. THE EpU CATlOIf OF H US BAN gestive is the new iind bills of house-keeping. js fearful to reflect how many persons rush into unprepared for.the awful change thnt awaits thchi. A man may take a wife at twenty before he know .Chip and a CENTRE MARKET. Corner of Washington arid Mont- gomery opposite the New York Store. ____ THE undersigned has the pleasure to announce to the citizens of Sail that he has opened a MARKET at the above.stand he will conduct on the NEW YORK and in- tends keeping constantly on a general supply of fresh and corned such as Mutr COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. I for the trantfactton of a General and under tip firm of JOHNSON in the Portiinoyth Houwi Clay where they offer a large and geiieral nMortment of NEW STORE. undersiciied have entered into t mliE subscribers hare just opened a large assortment b f JL of .NewGoodi per Virginia Hud in the for male on liberal JOHN M. FINLETT CH AS. H. J.W.AUSTIN. San Jany. 1849. 1-tf t COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. V VJ 1' i THE public are respectfully informed that the sub- scribers have a iu Sutler's New where they purpose carrying on a wholesale and retail Goods and Grocery under the firm of MURrtAY LAPPED. Those who favor them with a call will always find a well selected assortment of such as will meet the necessities of the rafting community. They hope by assiduity and attention to business to merit a share of the public patronage. New 1849. J 1-tf '.V COPARTNERSHIP JiOTICE. THE undersigned pleasure in informing friends and the public general hut they havel ormtid a co-partnerahip under the firm of L MONT- GOMERY at where every attention will be paid to make tlreur friends comfort- able. The Bar will at all times he furnished with a choice supply of liquors and The Ten Pin Alleys attached to the house will at all times be kept in good order and well lighted up ring the night. Gentlemen fond of amusement will give a call. ''N. B. Board can be had by the day or week. I 1. WiM. J. A. PATTERSON. San Jany. 1-tf rjlHS copartnership heretofore existing under the A firm of EDMONDBON ANDERSON hat. been dis- solved by mutual consent The .business will be continued by the undersigned at the aud-who respectfully solicits a con- tinuance of patronage. north-west corner of compris ing iu part a general variety of cir- and miner'g builder'i tin ihoesv ho. plated and German silver combe and spadei and rifles and saddles and a large and complete. assortment of MAIIK of'ftll which will be sold for cash or gold duit at reasonable prices. C.E.WETMOKE. 1-tf NEW JUST received. per recent and for tale at advances for cash or country 20 cases assorted colors and colored and white do blue and white Red flannel under' and over Col'd and striped cotton superior 500 pr cassimere and woolen and frock Press and over do Green jackets oiid geuriuey Dnffield and velvet fr'attinett and tweed do Canton flannel shirts and Cotton hdkfs and Woolen Cloth'and glazed 5000 bbls. hard 500 20 cases superior chewing 'Ground pepper. Split peas in liard .in and 200 superior O regoii flour in a general assortment of domestic much cheaper than can be had by f ft BENTON Co. Gorher and Wmihiagton eta. San Jany. t San Jeriy. lf -1. 1-tf. mirriiige lictnse to any simply i i B_T .1 f f J because he is of than a on that to practice as an ftpothecary. JHusbaDds to be educated. We Should folio wing questions put inexperienced about to Vegetables of i every at pces ta suit the A launch is constantly running to all parts of the Bay by which means he will keep hm customers supplied With the delicacies of the o connection with any other establishment ALFRED EDMONSON. 1-tf HpHE copartnership under firm of JL was on the 7th by the death of the' senior partner. All persons having claims against the late and all indebted to them are- requested to present the same to the fjr settlement. HIRAM In and surviving partner of the late firm of H. GRIMES. CO- TJVERSHiP. the ftitch or the round How far. BOOTS AND SHOES. price of t GOOD zt thick cowhide ditto men's thick costpm made calf gent's fashionable fine fed ters and childrena'half boots and all f _ ___ per will ales of mutton How raucli silver than bri- t r m f WETMORE TpHE undersigned have this day formed a copartner- X ship under the name and style of Wetmora Gil- manj tor .the of the .Wholesale Re- tail respectfully solicit a share of public I D. GILMAN. San Jany. 1-tf GOCfbS FOR ON hoard by the 35 a 36 inch inch stufis for ladle 36 inch strong brown satin tcarfa ftna net night clouting brown sewing cotton in white and can- dle wick satin .embroidered children's almond soap in cork glue shoe cut irons double and iron Dvtch coffee paint bail silver njacherosj glass ink stands filled with i black sprAg West India assorted assorted counter grocers binnacle lamps aU patent hand niillh for grind- ing wine press screwSi brass garden engeiiii ar- gand common iron safety deed wax dressed bear _ Pfease to the average price of a fourr -i. if jrou rash the sum that car- __ r m f m T cufia and come to in the lumpf If unable to answer i hese would lay to back to that would be husband should also j and for sale CpK PorUmoutb opposite City Jany. Mf ___ 1 _ THE undetajgned would respectfully ho- public that he has established a in in the rear bulldi rigcorrier of Pacific and Sfoclctoa streets..where all orders in'hiii line will be thankfully received at ces to suit the ANTHONY WELTEft. faave formed a copartnership nnder 1 T wff JL purpose of conducting a general aud com- 't V C.t. K. K. BKNTON. Manilla sherry winf- JANIQN CO. 1 Cor. CJay aiid Kearaey sta. Sau 1-tf NEW GOODS. JUST arrived and now landing from the brig the following assortment of new striped bleached candle wick black black col'd rib'd can metis white merino V f I-.'' Jany. 1-tf San Jany. 1849. 1-tf _ aodmorhl. He be further examined Can you read or write amid the veils of a .r 'j- Can you wait any given time for f if.- Can you miiintain your serenity durins a i v wasniDff'day T. v _ r you cut'y oil r i CARPENTERS' TOOLS consisting in part of jack smoothing and match plaiuea augurs 'and all sizes googes broad Hies hatchets hamraere hand sawa back do cross cut do rasps and files all m -f m r kihds corapaFses brace and bitto trying squares adzes two and four fold rules screw drives GROCERIES AND .PRESERVED trunkj and pad locks door latches door- .butts and all you stand being contradicted in the f. '5 .s- f II v all reason _ not io your you are GapJ yoia do. what you are told without being told why f t i 'i In a word .young have you the tiericeofn and answer inarry-T-aot else. 'V upon your heart license.and and low ware plated and silrer glass seidletz cloth- dry received by late arrivals and for sale and AVBTMORE Cor. Portsmouth opposite City HoteL _ f V J l-2t just received by late arrivals and for sale wholesale and at reasonable by WETMORE white and brown woman's marble and gray do fancy col'd hand saw mill saw beat weighing chest and T hinges.. cask hand coffee tin assorted spun ban- danna laina India rubber reel and skein cottonj'navy and two blue chrome green stripe white printed Jany. J849. Portsmouth opposite City.Hotel served for sale fey T. I India vest men's brown cotton half regatta white mill butcher's and cook pen and pocket sailor's and jack pearl S I tin nre- m _ _ 1-it -r T t. r f m K Grefk ulavelbr the first lime. that the tflavc thcx talk so much It is not H nngro by any and J thought all slnyeg vent black. Poor how ex- jioaed ahc without a rag to kiver her limbs or to hinder the mnakeatureg from biting them. Some folks bbket to seeing a naked figure in a state of but for a statute I Jion'l gee any harm in it. if it was a MEDICAL NOTIGE. TpHE Physician and of the JL Glaajjow and -Philadelphia would anaounce to the public that it is his intrn- lion to and will attend carefully acid ponctu- ally to all who may favor him wish their on the terms. will say nothing of bis qualificatione as and surgeon said of the state Medical of more than years Dr. of the Board of Health of the province of and ex-Marine surgeon of the frigate Columbus ALEX. D. NOEL. en Valiejo in oontjdenth' consulted at his from 9 A. M. till 5-P. Aft Also attends personally to and warrants a perfect cure or no pay. San Jany. J849. -BobMHl CO. FFER for sale the etrje of tchr. ifroin consisting of Brandy in cases Ghainpagne superior Claret Sherry wine in casks t Cigars _ Quinine 3800 Iba in Guyaquil haU Blanketi Wbpleii clothing Piliomf Printed cotton Cordovan boots Uiack silk Cutlery Scented soap Jewelry t 1-tf CO. T and 5 and 6 inch Bar for ez Jj Rqssiaji American brig bv 1-tf STARJETY.. JANION Co. NEW GOODS. JUST received a new and latge assortment of gen- eral for wholesale aud at their store on Clay San Francisco. SWASEY CO. Jany. l-tf f NEW GOODS FOR SALE. EX Coreo de Cobija. poncho silk bandas.' cotton over woolen regatta boots and silk saddle S. I. sugar j manllla split arrow manilla I and mareata ab- brandy is. cases or elixirs. A THE Physician and Snrgeon of tbe Lon- don and- Dublin offers his services the public on moderate his address is at Mr soda powders. Brown Hrien drills alpaca ponchos gold balances crow and a great variety of other articles. The balance of the cargoes of shipfli Virginia and consisting of grey and white and brown drills ma- iners' cotton blue bobbin _ _ real young ladf that stood that would Sacramento street HENRY POETT. be quite another don't you think so Deacon But the Deacon aaid not a his pore at the first withdrawn itself into the inner and oblivious to the world and its entire l he Deacon a ttlatue of another gen- wiih his eyes covered with his hands liis fingers wide Mrs. P. spoke thrice before she an answer. Mother. trill MXo have some ALSO. a building lot and a honse to rent. 'A' Honse and Lot at the to let. Yardage for lumber or timber on an enclosed fool of California st. Apply to Ma. Gj u. D. M. Administrator on the estate of W. A. LeidesdorfT. THE ide Ihe pen and vacated thn ediio- rial will now devote his entire alteniion to accustomed and all orhrrfine me- work will be repaired a good with and oa i-lf thread primed welts linen damask last- broad cloths cassimeres barege shawls sty iistou bonnet ribbons flour rice cocoa black and green Paris chewing to- bacco cigars French preserved spey red codfish nut- S Am mustard London palm leaf hats and braces cow hide ladies and saddles Swaitn's panacea Eng an excel- lent paper mahog framed looking- glasses do portable writing desks Eog cut glassware do ass'd earthenware blfc glazed tea pots porons bot- G S tea and table dagger knives hand- led -wire sieve lead in small cast steel in steel locks and hardware pencils blocks oars and points and window sashes and window glass enamdied and tinn'd pots and cooking ntf nsils tacks and brads tin and speaking trumpets portable forges and blacksmiths' tools pick nxes mnd shovels printed shirts ladies' cotton stock- ings brogans B. M. office iakrtands Jewelry kniveaand riveting sheath jack crockerv FINLE Portsmouth Clay st. San Jany. 1849. 1 -tf PER MARY jf m NOW landing from bark from the Sandwich Central Am. Woolen Iron For HOBSON Jany. 1849. SACRAMENTO STORE. CE. having opened a store at Suttert offers for dry ready made cloth- preserved meats and cooking and mining Will also continue his trading post under charge of at the Colloma saw in thn moun- where the above mentioned articles will be sent as the market below furnishes a necessary supply and the wants of the miners in that vicinity require. Jany. 1.1849. I-tf wjrvv -'ir   

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