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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 October 1846
PREMIO DE CIEN PESOS —Ei t^l r&lt; miv st pngara a cualffuicre persona que .(.ncur-atra v (royfti ] Pu«rto de Monterey dns desertores do la ;. •&lt; s Estados Unidos. Hamidos CARLOS lIAr.H i. rwi;i, y GUILLERMO RUSHER, 6 ciiif.uentn pe^os por cada uno. Desoipcion —Hairinis, terdra omo vi^nte aiios de edad, pc:Io obscuro, oj-is claros, 5 pies y 7 pulgndos'de alto, la ca»a algo trigueno. Rusher tiene cerca de veinte y cincw aiios dc edad, pelo negro, ojos prietos, 5 pies y 6 pulgados de alto, niuy marcado de viruelns. 6 3t GUILLERMOMERVINE. FOR SALE OR RENT.—A two story house eligibly situated on the Western side of the gulph of Monterey, containg two bed rooms and a hall up stairs, and a dining room, sitting room, office and shop below stairs, with good out houses, fine well of water, and a garden walled in. The whole establishment consists of eighty-five yards front and fifty yards deep. For further information enquire of D. Spence, Esq., MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, Monter...
THE PRISONER'S ADDRESS TO HIS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 October 1846
THE PRISONER'S ADDRESS TO HIS MOTHER. I've wandered far from thee, mother, Far from our happy home; I've left the land that gave me birth, In other climes to roam; And Time, since then, has rolled his years, And marked them on my brow -- Yet still, I've often thought of thee -- I'm thinking of thee now. (Break) I'm thinking of those days, mother, When, with such earnest pride; You watched the dawnings of my youth, And pressed me to your side; Then love had filled my trusting heart With hopes of future joy, And thy bright fancy honors wove To deck thy 'darling boy.' (Break) I'm thinking on the day, mother, I left thy watchful care. When thy fond heart was lifted To Heaven -- thy trust was there; And memory brings thy parting words, When tears fell o'er thy cheek; But thy last loving, anxious look, Told more than words could speak (Break) I'm far away from thee, mother, No friend is near me now, To soothe me with a tender word, Nor cool my burning brow; The dearest ties affection wove...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 October 1846
FOR SALE OR RENT.—A two story house eligibly situated on the Western side of the gulph of Monterey, containg two bed rooms and a hall up stairs, and a dining room, sitting room, office and shop below stairs, with good out houses, fine well of water, and a garden walled in. The whole establishment consists of eighty-five yards front and fifty yards deep. For further information enquire of D. Spence, Esq., MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, Monterey, Oct. 5th l846. AN ORDINANCE TO PREVENT THE SALE OF STOLEN PROPERTY.—Any person who shall purchase a bullock, or a horse, without the legal sale mark on the animal, or a certificate of sale from the person whose brand the animal bears, shall forfeit the animal so purchased or its value, and be liable to a fine not exceeding twenty dollars, at the discretion of the Chief Magistrate of this jurisdiction. WALTER COLTON, Chief Magistrate. JUZGADO DE PAZ; } Monterey sde Oct. de 1846. ORDENANZA PARA EVITAR LA VENTA DE PROPIEDAD ROBADO.— Cualqniero persena rpt...
REFLEXIOJIES SOBRE EL ESTADO PASADO, I'RESENTE V FUTURO DM LA CALIFORNIA POR UN PAISAINO. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 October 1846
REFLEXIONES SOBRE EL ESTADO PASADO, PRESENTE Y FUTURO DE LA CALIFORNIA, POR UN PAISANO. [Continuado.] Cuando los Señores Alvarado, Pico y Castro llegoron á otmar eI mando supremo, sus intenciones eran, segun !o cree el autor, las mejores para levantar su pais del estado desgracindo y empobrecido en que lo encontraron, mas, temerosos de un cambio en su situacion, par la llegada de tropas mejicanas, que ya se alistaban para marcher en su contra, y con disensiones entre ellos mismos, causados en gran manera por la ansia que los dos partidos de arriba y de abajo tenian, de colocar el asiento del Gobierno y de la Aduana en sus respectivas localidades; nada pudieron hacer en orden á desvanecer el cáos que les civcundaba. Pooos de estos gobernantes Californios nan acumulado caudalcs, y nirtgnno'de cllos en razon de su sitnacion politica, los mas dc olios se retiran do la Yida publica pobres. Quizas »c pre ijiiniflik" jsi estos gobernantes teniun la voluntad de hacer bien, les fnltnron nca^...
Por il Cnlifornian. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 October 1846
Por el Californian. O»LifoßNiA.— Quiera cl ciclo! que los trabajo* de lot AniPri'anos seantales, quo iinWceir los mejores, resulti.do y nfirmen folidnrnente los der^chos y libeitmies de los CanJornios de maneia que jamas tengan lugar lot horrorcs V ertnigo'; de la'guerra civil. Quo el prrgrei-o do la i!u;trrcion y de la inihtsiria pen el fri!t» do los atanos y wcrificios de los Americano?; y'qtie ta'ii iiiebliiiinbk's biei;es, unidos a la inefuble viitud dc la kit tit in Men c) ma§ poderoscßux"ili« y cl mas fifmenpovo ul rrof 'men que se va construir por la voluhfad general "de los Californiosy • « | tiue de bucna ft: s« cstablcsca y consolida la union v- ■ confinnza entre nosotros dejnndo de rcconvenirnos por nucstras desgracia* y errorcs ante pnsados. f , Eb una pnlnbra quo esa cambio de Goberno sea €•? quo destruya y aniquile el cancer, revolucionario, y solo de o»do •I razon y admita el infiujode las causas morales que con ntras, coiiMsteii-en dir orupacion, nlustracion c indust...
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 October 1846
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MONTEREY -- Oct. 17th, 1846. Arrived, 15th -- U. S. Frigate Congress, from San Francisco. Cleared, 12th, whale ship Sarah Parker, Russel, on a cruise for oil. 13th, Peruvian bark Joven Guipuzcoana, Barker, for Santa Barbara. 14th, Ship Barnstaple, Hall, for San Francisco.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 October 1846
HEAD QUARTERS, Monterey, Oct. 17th, 1846. ORDERS -- No person will be permitted to be in the streets of this town, after drum beat, at 8 o'clock, P. M., and that no person will be permitted to pass in the streets of this town on horseback, after sun set, without my written permission. WM. A. T. MADDOX, Military Commandant of the 10 tf Middle Department of California. CUARTEL GENERAL, Monterey, Octr 17, de 1846. Ninguna persona sera permitido pasar por las calles de este Pueblo despues del retreto a las ocho de la tarde sin terier permision escrito por el Comandante Militar. Ni andar a - caballo despues que se ponga el Sol. WM. A. T. MADDOX, Commidante Militar del Departamento Central del Teritorio de California 10 tf (Line Break) MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, } Monterey, Oct. 10th. } All persons coming into Monterey are required to report themselves at this office. All persons leaving the town of Monterey are required to take passports. WALTER COLTON, 10 3t Chief Magistrate. OFICINA DEMAGIST...
From the IJoxohil* Fritm! [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 October 1846
From the Honolulu Friend. TAHITl.—Several engagements - 10 French Officers and many soldiers killed — others wounded — hostilities cease for the present. &amp;c.,—By the arrival of the French transport vessel, "Lion," much important information was received. From the letters of correspondents, we glean the following particulars: April 12, a party of the French Garrison at Papeite, sent towards Bunavia, in search of provisions, lost 7 killed and 12 wounded; a Lieut. of the Phaeton and 3 privates taken prisoners. A few days subsequent, the French raised the seige of Raiotea and abandoned Huabine, declaring peace with all the Leeward Islands. Admiral Hamelin arrived at Papeite on the 28th of April, 25 days from Sandwich Islands. May 7th, armed men from the ships-of-war, "Virgine," "Uranie," "Fortune," and "L'Heroine," proceeded from Papeite, in Phaeton to Pt. Venus, whilst upwards of 1000 men with Governor Bruat, marched along the seashore for the same place. On the 9th, the tw...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 October 1846
Vol. 1 MONTEREY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1846. No. 11. PUBLIC RECEPTION, of Commodore Robert F. Stockton, Commander Pacific Squadron, and Governor General of California, on the 5th Oct 1846, AT YERBA BUENA Agreeable to public notice, a large number of the citizens of Yerba Buena and vicinity, assembled in Portsmouth Square, for the purpose of meeting His Excellency Robert F. Stockton, to welcome his arrival, and offer him the hospitalities of the city. At 10 o'clock, a procession was formed, Ied by the Chief Marshal of the day, supported on either hand by two aids, followed by an excellent band of Music -- a military escort, under command of Capt. J. Zeilem, U. S. M. C., -- Capt. John B. Montgomery and SuiteMagistracy of the District, and the Orator of the day -- Foreign Consuls -- Capt. John Paty, Senior Capt. of the Hawanian Navy -- Lieut. Commanding Rudacoff, Russian Navy, and Lieut. Commanding Bonnett, French Navy -- The procession was closed by the Committee of Arrangements, Capt...
NEWS J'UO.M THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 October 1846
NEWS FROM THE WAR. The Vandalia has just arrived from the seat of war, bringing the news of the defeat of Capt Mervine, with a party of 329 men, by a party of Californians, commanded by Flores. Capt. Gillespie capitulated at Pueblo des Angeles and secured his retreat to San Pedro, where he had embarked, his troops on board the Vandalia, but joined Capt. Mervine, and was with him at the time of the defeat, five Americans were killed and seven wounded. Santa Barbara is taken and Lieut. Talbot and his party are certainly prisoners. Every American who can get a rifle and a horse ought to turn out, or expect to be driven to the mountains, or massacred, for the Californians has determined to fight, almost every man has turned out, they say they will be killed if taken, and they are determined to conquer or die. Castro is hourly expected from Sonora, with four hundred men, which added to their present force will make about fifteen hundred men, and all well mounted. Our paper is too small t...
itEFLEXIOJSES SOBRE EL ESTADO PASADO, PRESENTE V FUTURO t)E LA CALIFORNIA, TOR. LiN PAISAiNO. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 October 1846
REEFLEXIONES SOBRE EL ESTADO PASADO, PRESENTE Y FUTURO DE LA CALIFORNIA, POR UN PAISANO. [Conclusion.] A principios de Julio cl Cbmodoro Sloat izo el pabellon tie -v pais en.Monterey y Sun Francisco, y en Agosto cl Comodoro Stockton a r.ombre de I&lt;&gt;s Estados Unidos complete) la conquista de California; yes de esperarsc que por Bstoa ultimos hechos, la guerra civil y las rcvoluciones cesen paia siempra en el tcrritorio, y que por medio de eHc Gefe y sits subordinados se consiga el buen orden. en lugar de ios dUturbios que aquejaban al pais durante las conmocionrs interiores y la invasion estmngera. .-,v»« A la fecha el buen ordeu y la justicia predfemi-nnn en lodo cl tcrritorio. el coraereio revive, los ranchcros &lt;.btienen precios mas subidos por s,us prodpctos y reciberi el f&gt;ogo en diuero, al mismo tiempo pueden eompiur los efetto= e*trangeros a racHos precio que antes. Dentro de pocoa metes, las depjedaciohes de b* Indios ladrones de enb...
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 October 1846
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MONTEREY Oct. 24th, 1846. Cleared, 19th, U. S. Frigate Congress, for San Pedro. and kindness; I can hardly hope howver to be able to settle the account. l see but little in the past, worthy to be noted as an offset, l must draw on the future in the hope that the deficiencies of the past may be made up by the exertions of a mind devoted to the interests, to the prosperity, to the happiness of my fellow citizens of California. You have been pleased to advert to my postion at home and to my family; -- ah, Sir, it is most true that l left a happy, very happy house, surrounded by all the endearments of life, I certainly never expected to be so far, so long from them. But the toe in of war was sounded by two of the nations of the earth against the interests and honor of our country, ease and luxury had no longer any charms for us -- our poor services were at the disposal of the Government of the United States. We embarked with sealed orders, caring but little ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 October 1846
FOR BOSTON DIRECT.—The good ship "Sterling" will sail from San Francisco about December 25th. For freight or passage, having first rate accommodations, apply to WM. D. PHELPS, at Sausaleto. FOR SALE OR BARTER. A General assortment of Merchandise, also, a large lot of Brown Mantas, for sale low for cash, or hides. TALBOT H. GREEN. JOB PRINTING— CIRCULARS, HAND-BILLS, &amp;c. Executed with despatch at this OFFICE. Single copies of the Californian can be had at the office Price 12 1-2 cents.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 October 1846
ELISHA HYATT informs the public that he manufactures pails, tubs, kegs, barrels and churns. His shop is in the rear of the American Counsul's. ELISHA HYATT con el debido rcspeto, informa al Ipublico qua el manufacture baldes, tinas, cuOetes, barriks y cuantequeras, su casa estil dctras de la casa de D Thomas O. Larkin. 10 3t MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, Monterey, Oct. 10th. All persons coming into Monterey are required to report themselves at this office. All persons leaving the town of Monterey are required to take passports. WALTER COLTON, Chief Magistrate. OFICINA DE MAGISTRADO'S, ? Monterey, Oetr. 10th, 1846. £ Es requcrido qua todo persena al .Hegnr at Pueblo t de Monterey so presents en esta oficina. Es requerido que todn persona que quiere talir del Putblo de Monterey, se toma pHsaporte. i 10 3t " WALTER COLTON, Piimero Mnjnstinde. HEAD QUARTERS, Monterey, Oct. 17th, 1846. ORDERS.— From date, no person will be permitted to pass in the streets of this town on horseback, after sun-set,...