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Alta California (Newspaper) - March 22, 1849, San Francisco, California tniad as to give Bounty 4o Bucli Volun- teers as were accepted into and dis- being nrnehcd to the fkf NEW landing by the and for and pocket I request that my claim to Bounty unjerthe Pth sfction of the act of the of entitled act to raise for a limited time an additional mili- tary and for other may be and if I urn entiled to I wish and do hereby relinquish. y 0'. me oj tlio i www vj uuu UIDWIBJ now of an assortment of every I ale brandy kind of suiOtble for the I fruits in 4.1____ tittA ___i__ WEWtJOODs. WAKD oft Liquors in preserved cftewing huo TelJ jriib water rsady glawj prc- made f j pared pale Chum playiug f.f J madeira vrfue in' rura iu cases and navy scales of all loaf su- bruas rice iu 'bid cognfr ftfiCiitt Irivuli ___... A VJU ac in kireh wufeer in green alpaca March under white colored worsted ha Hi aud caps Of alt inn nil _ c.. priT'b'T tnd articiee auited market.'. Wk RTirif RT. hdk cnglwh and superior black wJiitn pine aoule cbeesenrum. r RUCKEL. 3tf Q i j vwnvAvv my right tlieretoj and m lieu thereof to re- assorted poncho cdhre a Tttuiiry scrip for one hundred dol- port lars uuureg aoj wine m aid aweat ___ variety of other articlrs. 6 San Feb'y 9_tf CONGRESS WATER. IXTY dozen for iale by DAVIS arch r i also i 9tf I your obedient -G To tfwcommissioner of WASHINGTON B It is hereby certified tfcat 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. tvidence may be taken befcre any C__.__ _.- BEE UST received anJ now per barque Callao fl from Mazatlaiijl splendid assortment of iVlexicttn __ -A t t WANTED. pine apple cbeesef co... splendid ansortmegt of Medicines. _- ftr.JBarqneTiuto. Muwavado cotton and madras raZs and Woofcn and mixed bilk and cotton tor J- .and W of gold dust for which fie market price in coined gold or silver paid by CROSS HOBSOrj Fcb'y DUftVAtWlU expressly for this and whiclAvill bo of- fend at JBrices that cannot faill to astonish preserved meats of nil IB49. 9-tf toUet white trunks i jaests. 9 NEW GOODS. MESSRS. PICKSOK HAVE and now optfft for the balance of the cargo per barque which they offer at unprecedented to enable tKem to make room further importations daily ex- pected from Valparaiso and Meftfco. jaests. IT other late Half boots tnd V era chewing ribbo superior arti pER bark from the Sandwich pow- Parties mentTf other acquainted wish can do so with perfect atlfety as March 8 1849 ik thAVTlAVAr floviata from presemd of high L j t v luuiasBVB m in acquainted win can do so with perfect safety-as my hand and w bark from spauifth bran- they never Deviate from the first price and to in the In and half porter and port wthe enable them to carry'out their trmt'of selling in frying pans at ihe smallest possible dheir terms T- CtC. etC for Sale bv _ Fefi'y 1349. HOBSOK co. cash or gold dust on the delivery of the goods. '__t. M n 9-4t FOR SALE. BEEF CATTLE. nn Bay of San the eastern town of Sau hereby notifies O officer or tribunal hating probate jurwdiction t'lf th.re be no father from now the fact- muet be -tat'ed 2nd t o4 f the facts muet be and tfet 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 goofa saitable 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 flaskfl and in corks in bags -nn __ -nn __ i- of crow nails sauce fry- ing pans chocolate pots to the extent of the law. March '49. THE undersigned has for sale two thoasahd head of cattle iii lots of one hundred or mre to suit purcha- and deliverable at his farm on thesaliiias um v Aplication can be made to Howard Co. in TfTST A r r San or to the undersigned in Monlery. J Jahttln P. JONES FRESH OLIVES. March DAVID SPENCE. 9-4t claret in white dried moot. __ gues el eighteen gallons sale by .March '49. m a T-----7 KJ SAC 4J 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 dttcharged at of. byTtaaon of FOR SALE. 9 A warranted Chronometer with Ther- mometer by Poole of ker to the Admiralty. Also a brass Sextant i SIX by Cameron. Apply to Mr. McGregor i biirrej. DAVIS CARTER 9 c i JOtf white cotton co- and merino and cas- CHOICE BUILDING RESIDENCES. lots lying in a in the regiment t that he enlisted or the term of on the day Feb'y the brig EJeodora. Apply to HOBSON 4ft t S-tf DEWITT HARRISON. 1849. 7-tf FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED Ascribed before me the day and-year above ehamnAimA pfihe if be the above WOULD respectfully notify the esteemed pubtic of that .they have qptablished 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 aJseedin ale iu vinegar in other also a general ship- 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 nut-n enwich with Decatur and PeTy places rur. niiigthrougfi North and South. The dimrns-oas the lots are 30 x 100 30 x aucJ 9 feet. These lots are protected from thc Kiroiio- weet u-izidc of the summer in lhe 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 iw-tf are ATTEND. lias 500 I. fUs proper to for the information ._r_. __ claimants under the 9th section of the act assortment of dry goods. preyed wine two AM of which wHl etc- Besides' H'cy account of parties who rnust reaHze t he AIM. sold ft o HOBSON CO. Feh'y 1849. 9 tf ofFebruary in every instance In winch a volunteer soldier was discharged on a surgeon's that paper must be sent to ihe Pension office with the claim- ant's unless it has been otherwise disposed of. If he should state the fact I Dolore'i under oath. i i Vi Utli1 win be at ft A. A. March 1849 HOBSON close balance shiP' UDdinA. nnrlr the magistrate J. B. J. MORlJNEAU- March '49. 10 NEW GOODS m expected by the barque J.senath from Liv- 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 lresh brandy in port and sherrv A A L _ _ f__ _ _ j w must be certiHed by thc proper under in of Office. certificate must ac- W h may be S6en at their in crates assorted ware for family company every and be attached to o sal'ad 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 hiirhijfit prices be paid by -4jSTGELO Jlfarcli Kl 2 94t VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. of land bounded by Portsmouth convenient linen paint iron gates coal clay regatta etc. etc. that A 1-------1 _ A _ 1 -m _ f t m NOTICE. 9 The Siibsftribers leave to inform their fnVwIsand an Eartiirr I f U j i j w U Ull l_jHnil IT I f T'l .ilso by late a small quantity of rai- I the left of the Shafa Tavcm when- wine in and China English j prepared to accommodate customers at alt l-o-ira 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 Pork5 ready made and a -itlmf. w The central variety of other for sale by admini3tw oath- for rMi- STARKEY JANION CO. I YlA 1 eral purpoies. land must be signed-by the if he wwbes to receive scrip in lieu of and must be witnessed by some one who writes a fegible hand 4 Volunteers in some cases from theaervice without ever having a certificate lo that from the officer who discharged them. ._ w Jtfarch 10 tf March Conveyancer. 9tf ProF'etor n OODS 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 1-2 pipes Sic- 10 M casks mal. 25 barrels 10 casks port 25 baskets champa just concluded bia arrai gements 10 tfider 10 casks London tsmouth a-nrl DOXCS manufacttirp.H fifi OfiH r CHEMICAL AND DRUG STORE. D. P 1849. -41' S. co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MER- F.by M bra boo clol ton de ale A PUBLIC NOTICE. i----- HOB ineaica. Urders nnH been mustered out of the In -hipprt at a few case the claimant must make the oath of Mwch I849- identity required by the and add to tbe statement as to his service the follow- tt. '-UMIUUCU aa arrai Rements j.u casss 1UO La. Brannnn A- the ore m Portsmouth and respectfully toM manufactured 6 5 casks arc requested MA men can doz. 200 S rising the entire Ma- flour' 2o boxes 25 boxes 50 boxes soap- nav UD iea re9uested to come forward and _ 1 T o _ _ _ .T ji WQ BUfijJiiea fl J.UU UUIS- the entire Ma- 2o boxes 25 boxes 50 boxes can be rrel Imseed cpsom salts and 50 doz. wool 25 cloth snt-V 9fift 9-tf ing I never rsceited any discharge The regiment to which I belonged was mus on on and copartnership heretofore exintiag under the fim consent vuiiaenr the date. The concern will hence own account. JOSEPH BAWDEN Co Feb'y tered the 5. No assignment of lanfl or scrip can be made after a land warrant has been is- from the Pension or a certificate ol as the case may be. ditr who was so should produce Ih. cernficale of the commandine officer of Z' regiment or company to which he bebng. 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 HVAWVj ACIJUCSICU 1O either to Josefa or to Frederick Teschema- wool 2o cloth sack 200 twilled wool 20 doz. 10 nests 20 pairs sat 10 doz. wool 150 cloth 5 100 50 blankets- 10 casei 2 bate bro. 25 piece.satinett- 100 cook 20 wool 2 cases 100 I case znos. 1 case cotton velvet- dntf tc etc. by 6 r- arr S. BRAJfNAN CO. March 9 lOt O M NEW HOTEL THE subscribers would reQectfnfiy inform the pnohc that they have recently fcorchaseu of Mr Denecke lhe Public Bakery and Qr store of S when VALUABLE TOWN LOTS I 5 ssssaa KSS which map of the b. AVISO AL PUBLICO. fallccida Enrique f m___ _ formerly owned and occupied by him. The subscn- ine business at that and the no assortment of c si BRANNAN March 1849. e 9 lOt HOUSE LOTS. being ths ered fifly-tix on the old Sacramento Nl iagi F M ard ata. iron. San 8. THOMAS O. oat 6-tf e Ma Sin of C. or Bt E. P.JON ES. 1S49. 10 tf March J. C. de F. t6 an UJ FREDERICK WISSELL Co Feb'y 1819. ft 6tf T BONSELL DOAK. Jan'y and will practice at March 1849. REAL ESTAfR and several lots and parts of __ _ T San Franci-co. Feb. 15. o the ewniii as hento Mir
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