On Sunday, the 5th inst., by Rev. J. EMERY, Mr. S. Burr GILBERT to Miss
Anna WADKINS, all of Murphy's Ranch, near Woodside, San Mateo County.
Information Wanted !
Of Alexander LEACH, who mysteriously disappeared from his place of
business, near Murphy's ranch, Redwoods, on Thursday, May 21st.
Mr. LEACH is about five feet ten inches in height, dart complexion, thin
visage, and is slightly stoop-shouldered. His dress, when last seen,
consisted of a blue woolen shirt, light-colored woolen pants, broad-brim
black, soft hat, et. Took with him his blankets and rifle.
Any information relative to Mr. LEACH, left with J.V. DILLER, Redwood City;
Dr. R.O. TRIPP, Woodside, or to the undersigned, will be most thankfully
received, and any expense that by be incurred will be promptly repaid.
Wm. M. EAVER
Murphy's Ranch, Redwoods
SHERIFF'S SALE - By virtue of an Execution issued out of the District
of the Third Judicial District, County of Santa Clara, State of California,
in the action of JUAN PACHECO against RAMON De ZALDO, duly attested the
seventh day of June, A.D. one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, I have
levied on the following described property, to wit:
"All the interest which Ramon De Zaldo had, on the fifth day of December,
A.D. one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, or at any time since, in
the Rancho known as the Buri Buri or Sanchez Rancho, in the County of San
Mateo, bounded South by the San Mateo Rancho, East by the Bay of San
Francisco, West by San Pedro Rancho, and North by the Haro and Ridley
Ranchos, containing about fifteen thousand acres of land.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on THURSDAY, THE THIRTHIETH DAY OF JUNE, A.D.
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, at twelve o'clock, noon, at the
Court-house doors, Redwood City, I will sell all the right, title and
interest, of said Ramon DeZaldo in and to the above described property, at
Public Auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder.
John W. ACKERSON
Sheriff of San Mateo County
PROCEEDING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, SAN MATEO COUNTY
Tuesday, June 7th, 1859
The Board of Supervisors met this day, pursuant to adjournment.
Present - J.V. DILLER, M. WOLF, S. THORNTON
The following bills and appropriations were ordered paid:
R.S. THORNTON - $ 50.00
M: WOLF - $50.00
W.B. MAXSON $25.00
Jas. PEASE $38.00
J.V. DILLER $ 265.07
Edward WEHLER $56.00
Wm. GODFREY $19.00
Wm. LITTLEJOHN $18.00
C.E. KELLY $21.00
A. GARBI $ $48.50
A.T. McCLURE $65.40
J.W. ACKERSON $6.50
Bridge at J.E. SELLECK'S $100.00
Registration Books $30.00
Cementing Court-house $600.00
Raising fire-wall and other work on Court-house $150.00
DEPARTURE OF PASSENGERS - On the steamer Golden Age 800 passengers left
Francisco, on 620 on the Uncle Sam.
LETTERS BY THE U.S. MAIL - By the mails which left San Francisco on
16th inst., there went 29, 926 letters, of which 36,122 were by the Golden
Age, and 1804 by overland, the latter being divided as follows: 1835
through and 1065 way letters.
HUNG - "Tipperary Bill" - jail-yard, San Francisco, yesterday.
PATRIOTIC - By the mail steamer of the 6th inst., eighteen Italians
our shores, to tender their services to King Victor Emanuel, whose
dominions are now invaded by the Austrian legions.
June 3 - Sloop Nimrod, Colburn, from San Francisco.
June 6 - Schr Taffie, Rodgers, from San Francisco
June 7 - Schr Harp, Warren, from San Francisco Sailed
June 4 - Schr. Taffie, Rodgers, for San Francisco, 10,000 ft lumber
June 3 - Sloop Julia, Hanson, for Napa, 12,000 ft lumber
June 8 - Schr. Taffie, Rodgers, for San Francisco, 1000 posts
June 4 - Sloop Caroline, Hughes, for San Francisco - 25,000 ft lumber, 3000
June 9th - Sloop McLellan, Brock, Sloop Nimrod, Colburn, for San Francisco
- 25,000 ft lumber. Sloop Roman, Mine, for San Francisco.
CROPS - We are informed that the grain crop throughout this and Santa
counties will this year turn out remarkably fine, and will not be excelled
in the State. In some fields, however, a somewhat strange blight has
fallen upon portions of the grain, and where, too, it would seem to be most
sheltered. Its effect is to deaden, and deprive of the grain, about a
half-inch of the top of each head. Its cause is not yet fully determined.
Hay is remarkably good, no better crop having been made in a number of
years. It is being shipped off very fast, and there is no doubt that hay
will command a high price this Fall.
On Friday July 1st, I will sell at public auction, at my residence, one
mile south of Redwood City, near the San Jose road, my entire Stock of
Horned Cattle consisting of Eighteen American Cows and Calves;
Eighteen two-year old heifers;
Twenty yearling steer;
One American Bull