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SAMUEL BRANNAN,

MASONIC HALL BUILDINGS, Montgomery Street,. . . . . . SAN FRANCISG0.

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—INSAN FRANCISCO, SACRAMENTO, AND OTHER TOWNS IN THE STATE :

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Improved and unimproved, in VARIOUS PARTS of the
STATE, and the SANDWICH ISLANDS.

LANDS TO LEASE,

In SEVERAL COUNTIES, for GRAZING PURPOSES.

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Incorporated in New York in 1848, with an original capital of $500,000, subsequently enlarged to the sum of $3,600,000. The California, Oregon and Panamna were the first steamers dispatched to the Pacific. The California arrived at this place on the 28th of February, 1849, the Oregon on 81st March, 1849. The former was deserted by her crew— who went “gold hunting"—and was detained in port for several months. The Oregon sailed on the 11th of April on her first return trip. The present steamers owned by this mammoth company are the Golden Gate, Golden Age, Jno. L. Stephens, Sonora, Northerner, Columbia, Republic, Fremont, Constitution, and the pioneer steamers California, Oregon and Panama. The Columbia is engaged in the Oregon trade, and has made 129 voyages without an accident. The Company have lost two steamers, viz: the Tennessee, in March, 1858, and Winfield Scott, Dec., 1853, by shipwreck. Not a single life has been lost, however, by explosion or collision, which is certainly creditable to the prudent management of such a fleet of steamers. During the existence of the company, they have safely conveyed from our shores the gold export of the country to the enormous extent of from three millions to four millions of dollars per month.

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FORBES & BABC00K, Agents, Cor. Sacramento & Leidesdorff Sts., San Francisco.

(MIIFORMIA MEM MVIATION (0.

SAN FRANCISCO. Organized March 1, 1854. Capital Stock, 2,200,000

The following are t e Officers for the present year: President, SAM'L J. HENSLEY; Vice-President, JAMES WHITNEY, Jr.; Secretary, WILLIAM NORRIS; Directors, SAM'L J. HENSLEY, JAMES WHITNEY, Jr., ALFRED REDINGTON, DAVID WAN PELT, R. M. JESSUP, Capt. JAS. S. JOHNSON, WILLIAM NORRIS, JOHN BENSLEY and F. F. LOW. Agents—Sacramento, ALFRED REDINGTON; Marysville, W. H. TAYLOR; Red Bluffs, BENJAMIN F. HARTSHORNE;

Stockton, J. S. PRATT.

DEPARTURE FROM JACKSON STREET WHARF, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.

Steamer NEW WORLD, Capt. SAM'L SEYMoUR.
Steamer ANTELOPE, Capt. E. A. Pool.E.
Steamer CONFIDENCE. -
Steamer WILSON G. HUNT. [CHADwick.
Steamer HELEN HENSLEY, Capt. E. C. M.
Steamer URILDA, Capt. E. Z. CLARK.
Steamer J. BRAGDON, Capt. J. Polk.
Steamer CORNEILA, Capt. E. CoNKLIN.

One of the above Steamers will leave Jackson Street Wharf,

EVERY DAY, at FOUR o'clock, P. M. (Sundays excepted,) for

SACRAMENTO AND STOCKTON,

Connecting with light draft Steamers for MARYSVILLE, COLUSA AND RED BLUFFS.

For further particulars, inquire at the Office of the Company,

Corner of JACKSON and FRONT Sts. SAMUEL J. HENSLEY, PRESIDENT.

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