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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 February 1848

Lnndipg from Bri£ "Eagle," direct from China, Bundas; elegant embroidored Crapo Shawls; do Satin Aprons; Lacquered ware; Portmanteaus ; Camphor-wood Trunks ; Grass-cloth Handkerchiefs; do do embroidered ; Slices, In small packnges ; wrought Ivoryware ; Combs ; handsome Chinese V ases ; Rhubarb ; Vermilion ; Cigaritos • Dressing cases ; Rock candy; embroidered Velvet slippers; Silver filagee & cut Jewelry • Bamboo Window screens; fresh gunpowder Tea, in C 2 Ib. canisters; with other goods adapted to this market. For sale on liberal terms. Apply to C. V. GiLLESPIE, Washington street, rear of the 39-tf U. S. Barracks. COMMERCE HOUSE-SOJVOMA. Messrs. ADLER Sc MYERS, beg most respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Sonoma, Napu and .surrounding country, that they have opened those premises lately occupied by Mr. G. F. Blume, with a largo and choice selection of DRAPERY GRO CERIK fc IRON-MONGERY GOODS. The whole of their stock being purchased fur cash they Hatter themselves ...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 February 1848

ROBERT A. PARKER. Has just received from Valparaiso, and the United States, a splendid assortment of Fine Broad cloths ; Fine Cassimers ; Pants Stuffs ; Blue, second mourning and fancy Prints ; Fine Merino Shawls ; Ribbons ; Flannels ; Fancy Cravats ; Panta loons ; Fine Boots and Shoes; Woollen and Cotton Hose and half Hose; Fine Shirts ; Preserved Meats and Vegetables; Almonds; Prunes ; Sardines; Chocolate; White Havanah Sugar; Jamaica Rum; Brandy; Wines ; &c., &c. Which he offers for Sale cheap for Cash or Hides. San Francisco, Jan. 19, 1848. 30-tf CO-PARTNERSHIP. CHARLES WEBBER, thankful for the patronage he has heretofore received, would take this late opportunity to announce to the public, that since the first day of May last he has been connected in co-partnership with Francis Lightston. The business is now conducted under the firm of Webber & Lightston, who hope to merit a continuance of patronage from their friends and a generous public. P...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 February 1848

MELLUS & HOWARD, " fv';; HAVING JUST RECEIVED a 1 largo variety of Merchandise, oiler for sole |i 3- Bluo Prints ; Fancy do ; Mourning do ; Woolen long and halfHpee j cotton do do; Velveteens Cossimcrs dark and rancv; Blue cloth ",; a variety of -beat Pant »tv« ; blue arid brown Drills, white nnd brown cotton ; Linen. cold and cotton cpl'd Thread ; white Thread white and colored Shirts ; Flannel do* white,- red. ""-I blue Flannel ; ; Silk and cotton Handkerchiefs ; silk and cotton Rcbosos; Merino and cotton Slihwlb; Book Muslin ; black and coffee cold Satin ; I'm and Guayaquil Hats; Spanish cards ; Brooms, Buckets; Tubs ; Nails; Axes ; Paint*; Oil; Turpentine ; bright Varnish ; Paint and Tar Brushes ; Sugar ; block and green Tea ; Coffee ; Chocolate; Rico; Raisins; Brandy; Gin; Rum; Aguadicntc; Wines (California and Claret,) Crockcryware ; Flour ; Barley ; Wheat ; Corn ;, Manufactured and leaf Tobacco; blank books; Letter Paper; American soap; friction Matches ; Annis ne...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 February 1848

(fosters DICKSON -.'& HAY brg to inform theiivfrionds and the public generally, that they have removed from their late premises adjoining Cnpt.,Leidesdorfr» to those more commodious and cor.vient Stores, ndjoining Mr. Km. is.-*, and immediately opposite the lumber yard of Mr. (/.L. Ross.— Tfie proprietors of -the abovo establishment have mini, arrangements to bo supplied with British, American and China Muufactured Goods, which will be wold at a mere nominal advance upon ihc manufacturing prices.;" 7 ..Country buyers would do well to visit this establishment; before making their purchases',' it being their determination nnd feel fully convinced that they can defy competition. '' ; Sun Francisco, Jan. 86, 1848. 37-tf NOTICE. ~~ SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at this Office -until March !6th, 1848, for cutting ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY TONS OF MAY (bribe United States. The Hay must be of the best quality of Oats and Clover, and it is to be cut and carefully cured while the...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 February 1848

BEE HlVEr^^ Messrs pICICSON & II AY are daily ex . peeling from Valparaiso and Sandwich islands, largo consignments of manufactured Goods, and in order to make room aro determined to clear out the balance of the immense stock now on hand. Opportunities aro now offered to cash buyers hitherto unparalleled in the annals el San Francisco, and they may add with great propriety on this side of the Rocky Mountains. , Si'j LOTS, LOTS. It is always best to have' Deeda for real estate Recorded in the plnce where the property lies. There has been already upwnrdg of two hundred lots sold in Benicia City, tho subscriber takes this means of saying, to (hose who hold deeds, that there is now an Alcalde with full powers, residing in Behicis City, who. will duly record such papers a* may be left with him for that purpose, arid will keep n book especially for tii ( records of titles to properly in this place. IX. BEMPLE, One of the Proprietors. Benicia City, Jan. L 29, 1848. 38-m BLE HIV...

Publication Title: Californian
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

CALIFORNIAN. EVI b FROM IGNORANCE— REMEDIES FROM KNOWLEDGE. Vol. 11 SAN. FRANCISCO; WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1843^ No: 40.

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

@3_:m^ <$««$& f Landirg from Brig "Eagle;" direct from China. Bandas; elegant embroidored Crape Shawls; do Satin Aprons; Lacquered ware; Portmanteaus ; Camphor-wood Trunks ; Grass-cloth Handkerchiefs; do do embroidered ; Spices, in small packages ; wrought Ivory ware ; Combs ; handsome Chinese Vases ; Rhubarb ; Vermilion ; Cigaritos ; Dressing cases ; Rock candy; embroidered Velvet slippers; Silver filagecSc cut Jewelry; Bamboo Window screens; fresh gunpowder Tea. in 2 lb. canisters ; with other goods adapted to this market. For sale on liberal terms. Apply to , a *4 .-',...:-,,,- C.V.GILLESPIE; Washington street, rear of the SD-tf U. S. Barracks. PUBLIC AUCTION, By agreement at a general meeting of the creditors of Don Joaquin Gomez, it is hereby made Public, that the Farm called the " rjelea," now belonging to the said creditors, consisting of two square leagues (or more) of land with a large and very commodious two story .house, situate about nine leagues N...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. JOB PRINTING — such as— Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, Bills of Exchange Circulars, Bills of Lading Handbills; Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds. Executed with despatch at this office. COMMERCE HOUSE - SONOMA. ADLER & MYERS, Wholesale it Retail Dealers in General MERCHANDIZE. Produce taken in exchange for goods. ROBERT A PARKER. Importer and Wholesale Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. San Francisco, Upper California. ; MELLUS & HOWARD. Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Store in Montgomery St., San , Francisco. DICKSON & HAY, Wholesale and Retail Merchants, AT THE BEE HIVE. Agents for the collects of debts. San Francisco, U. C: „ W. A. LEIDESDORFF, WHOLESALE MERCHANT. (Foot of California Street, on the Beach.) San Francisco, U. C. C. L. ROSS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer. " N. Y. Store," Cor. Washington and Montgomery Streets. San Francisco. SHELLY & NORRIS, Wholesale Retail Merchants, Corner of Kearny St Clay str...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

COMMERCE HOUSE --- SONOMA. Messrs. ADLER & MYERS, beg most respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Sonoma, Napa and surrounding country, that they have opened those premises. lately occupied by Mr. G. F. Blume, with a large and choice selection of DRAPERY, GROCERIE & IRON - MONGERY GOODS. The whole of their stock being purchased for cash they flatter themselves that they can offer inducements to purchasers, hitherto unparalleled in Sonoma. February 7, 1848. 39-tf (Line Break) AVISO AL PUBLICO. Todas las personas que tengan reclamos o cuentas pendientes con el finado Don Juan Bautista Alvarado de San Diego ; presentaran sus cuentas ; y comprobantes al infrascrito, Albacea de su testamentaria, antes o el primer dia de Marzo de mil oehocientos cuarenta y ocho. Los bienes ravies &c. de dicho finade seranven didos, para cubrir sus dendas y el resto si lo.hubiera sera repaftidb, entre la vinda e hijos segun la reltima voluntad y testamento del difunto...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

NEW AND CHEAP GOODS . The subscriber respectfully informs his numerous customers and the public generally, that he has, received a new supply of FRESH GOODS, — SUCH AS — Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries and Gueens-ware; superior Wines and Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. &c. &c. Embracing every variety of articles the Market affords, that is usually kept for sale in Depots of General Merchandise. All of which will be sold unusually low for Cash or Hides. L.W. BOGGS. . Sonoma, Feb. 8, 1848. 40-b EFFECTOS NUEVOS V BARATOS: El que Su'scribe se avisaria- sus 'compradors numerosos el Public, generalmcnte que ha receibido un cantidad de EFECTOS NUEVOS. — COMO — , Gencros, , Quinrjuilleria, Espfcieras ' a Loza, Vinos, . y Libbrcs .fibres, Tobaco y Cigaros. : Tambien se j pueden efcori tar todas los articulos usualmente contenido en los Almacenes, de mercaderias, general. ' T.odo se wende a precios muybarato3 : por Plate 6 Cueros. L. W. Boggs; : Sonoma, 1848. ...

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PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

PUBLIC SCHOOL. A resolution was passed by tho Town Counoil on Monday evening last, authorizing the citizens to hold an election on Monday next, the 21st instant, for five school Trustees. As neither place of holding or lime of the day was mentioned In the resolution, we inserted ia parenthesis, " (at three o'clock, P. M., at the school house)." Now ifwehavohit the tight placo and proper time, wo will still consider that we are yet in our usual streak of good luck, and if a different place and different time is fixed upon, then all we desire is that sufficient publicity should be given to the fact, and our "streak" will not be at all impaired. The people should begin to stir immediately and iook about for men that have sufficient interest in tho welfare of the town and condition of the rising youth. These men should also be such as possess good education and general knowledge, of practical utility. Another very importont point is, to keep the school entirely clear, if possible, of se...

Publication Title: Californian
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TROUBLE ON THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

TROUBLE ON THE BAY. Blow yo winds and roll ye pillows, roll, Our craft is largo and staunch. So said the " hearties''of the larger craft in the harbor, on Saturday morning last Tittle Sitka, however, had as much asi she could do to keep her head above water long enough to say her prayers. She tossed and tumbled, became submerged, and finally to the bottom went. The only evidence of her whereabout* was Ihc plain view of a part of her smoke pipe above water. Her wl^el houses went to pieces, and with other loose and buoy;mt fixtures drifted t® different parts of the beach. — Thus perished the first steamer on the Bay, a mere toy, and a most dangerous one too. Should she be resuscitated by the owner we sincerely hope that none of our citizens will trust therasclvcß with n passage in her beyond the "flat" that she now rests upon. At the same time, but in another place, was going to pieces the Type of the rOLLi and KXTHIVICANT IGNORANCE of tWO of tllC | committee ordering and superintendi...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

CHINA. Further Summaries and Extracts from the "China Mail." In June and July last, there was raised in Shanghae and Hongkong, for the relief of the destitute in Ireland and Scotland, the sum of $1,770. The weather in China is so warm in summer that Ice Houses burn. At all events, the "Mail" says, an ice house was discovered to be on fire. The American merchants in China are "taking root" on their "own hooks;" Uncle Samuel's Navy being entirely engaged in surrounding Mexico. On the 2d July last, several officers of the French Frigate La Gloire, were at tacked in the suburbs of Canton, by some Chinese who threw missels of stone, and thereby wounding two of them. Com. La Pierre demanded satisfaction of the Chinese Viceroy, Keying. One person was arrested supposed to be one of the principles concerned, who was put to the torture to compel confession of guilt as to himself and accomplices. A destructive fire occurred in Bombay on the 19th June last. An open cask of brandy was accidently...

Publication Title: Californian
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For ihe Californian. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

For ihe Californian. Mr. Editor : — Since my la3t communication, I have perused the letter of Mr. Pacific of the 29th ult., with more care and attention. I must confess myself at some 1033 to discover what conclusion, he really wishes his readers to draw from his statements. It is with difficulty that I can ascertain what l»io objor»t is, in pr«c tiling liiorn to tho world. At one time I fancy I can see only the petulance of an excited fancy ; at another 1 think I perceive a sort of confidence, which leads me to suppose them the result of his observations. Now if his statements are tho result of petulance I must be willing to make some allowances : and if they arc incorrect, must attribute them, more to a lack of judgement than to any other cause. But if they are the result of his observation, I am compelled to view them as either true or false according to the light which I may possess in reference to them. On this occasion, therefore, it will be my purpose to ascertain whether the...

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TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

TOWN COUNCIL Monday, Feb. 1 1th, 1843. Minutes of last meeting of Feb. Ist read and adopted. Mr. Jones chairman of committee to build a jail, rose and reported progress. Two bills of Sergeant Sellers were then approved. A resolution offered by Mr. LeidesdorfFin relation to suspending the works of the public wharfs, which was adopted. Mr. Clark offered a resolution in relation to the state of the public funds. Carried. A resolution offered by Mr. Jones in relation to the improvement of streets. Adopted. Mr. Buckelew's bill was then approved. Moved by Mr. Jones that $500 more be appropriated for street improvement — carried. Moved by Mr. Glover that a comrmtttee be appointed to investigate the claim of Mr. Kvt rliart and report at next meeting — carried. Committee, Messrs. Glover, Jones & Parker. A resolution offered by Mr. Clark in relation to the appropriation for Broadway st. wharf, which was rejected, (corr.) Resolved, By the Town Council of San Francisco, That the mon...

Publication Title: Californian
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PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. Feb. 10 — Brig Euphemia, Vioget, from Monterey. SAILED. Feb. 14 — Bark Tasso, Lindsey, for leeward ports. IN PORT. Brigs Eagle, Malek Adhel and Euphemia.

Publication Title: Californian
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PUBLIC NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

PUBLIC NOTICE. The public are notified that in pursuance of the subjoined articles of ASSOCIATION, an organic meeting of the Associates was held at Monterey on the twenty-fourth of January last, at the residence of Thomas O. Larkin, Esq., when the following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year, viz : — Senor Don Jose Abrego, President. Thomas O. Larkin. Secretary. Col. John G. Christie, Negotiating Agent. Henry F. Pitts, Superintendant. By order of the Association. Dated Monterey, Ist Feb. 1848. JOSE ABREGO, Pres't. TOMAS O. LARKIN, Secy. ARTICLES OF ASSOCJATON. Made and entered into in the Spanish and English languages, at the city of Monterey, the Capital of California, on this twenty-fourth day of January, in the year of otir Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, by and between Jose Abrego, Jacob R. J»nydcr, Josiah Belden, Grove C. Cook, John G. Christie, Henry F. Pitts, John Ricord, Wm Blackburn, and Thomas O. Larkin each and all ofthe Department of Al...

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