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

WILL be Sold at Public Auction, on Tuesday, 22d February, at the wharf foot of Clay street. A double planked Cedar built Launch, thoroughly copper fastened, carries well and sails well, and is one ofthe safest and best boats on the Bay. She is about two years old and in perfect order with good sails, rigging, anchors, &.c. Termi cash. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. 39-u W. S. CLARK, Auctioneer. CHINA GOODS. Just Received, direct from Canton, per Brig "Eagle." 20 pcs superior cold China Matting 30 bxs superior Spices, assorted, quite fresh 1 case Black Silk Handkerchiefs A few cases Chyboongs celebrated curry powder. BEE HIVE, 40 San Francisco. JUST LANDED. 1 case superior Ladies Hosiery, to b« sold low by the dozen, at the 40 BEE HIVE. IRON POTS. 100 three-leg'd Iron Pots for sale, a barsain, at the 40 BEE HIVE. FERRY AT MONTEZUMA. An excellent Ferry Boat is now in full operation at Montezuma, sufficiently large to cross twenty head of horses or horned cattle. Persons c...

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 — 16 February 1848

Meeeets. DICKSON k HAY beg to inform their friends and tlie public generally, that they havo removed from their late promises adjoining ('apt. Leidi sdoifl 's to those more commodious and convient Storus, i:djoihihfl Mr. Ei i.is's, and immcdintelv op|»o--sit- the lumber yard of Mr. i). L. Ross. — Tho proprietors of the abovo establishment havo made arrangements to bo supplied with Hniish, American and (lima Muulnctured Goods, which will be sold at a mere nominal advance upon thu manufacturing pi iocs. Country buyers would do well to visit this establishment before making thuir purchases, it being their determination and feel fully convinced that they can defy competition. San Francisco, Jan. 26, IB lit. 37-tf ~ NOTICE. SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at this Oflico until March IGih, 1648. for cutting ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY TONS OF HAY for the United States. The Hay must bo of tho best quality of Oati and Clover, and it is to bo cut and carefully cured while the oats aro " in the m...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

MELLUS HOWARD, ; !; ' HAVING JUST RECI.IVi.D a largy variety of Merchandise, oiler lor sale -f,jj,y .it ßlue Punt?; Fancy do; Mourning do ; Woolen long and hull Hose: ; cotton dv do; fVelvetceng r;^ Ciissimers dark ard fancy ; Blue cl"lh ; , a variety of beat Pant , Blufla ; biuu a d brown Drills, V white : a d brown colton ; .Lineirjcol'd and .cotton cold Thread.; white] Thread ;s white and colored f Shirts ; Flannel -do;, while, red and blue Flannel : ; Silk and cotton Handkerchiefs,;! silk -and cotton Rchogcs; Merino and cotton Shawl*; Book Muslin;? black and coffee coi'd Satin ; ; Fur and : Guayaquil Hals/,. Spanish cards <; Bi'Muns,;, Buckets ; . Tubs ; ?/Nails;; Axes ; Paints; Oil;; Turpentine bright- \ r arninhi; Point and Tvi 1 Brushes ; Sugar ; black green Tea ; Coffee ; .iChocolato ;; Rico ; Raisins; Brandy; Gin *,i Ruin; Aguadientc; Wines (California and . Claret, ) s Crockeryware ; Flour ;: Barley ; ! Wheat ;: Corn ; I Manufactured-, arid, leaf /Tobacco;: blan...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 February 1848

bi:i; HtTE. stes»r* DICKSON ; k HAY : ore daily : cx r pcrling In. in Valparaiso arid Sandwich Islands, large consignments of inn riu fact red Goods, in order to f make room are determined to clear out balance of the imnjen'so, stock, ny vv ,on, . hand. , ; [Opportunities are ; now. offered to cash buyers hitherto unparaHeled in .the . annals of San Francisco, and they in.iy add with great propriety on this side of the Rocky Mountains. if 38 LOTS, LOTS; It is always best to have Deeds for real estate Recorded in the place where the property, lies. There has been already upwards of, tiro hundred lots sold in Benicia City/the subscriber take* this mean* of. say ing, to those who hold deeds, that there is, now an Alcalde with full powers, residing in Benicia City, who f will duly record such papers as , may be left with him (or that purpose, and will keep a book especially^ for the records of titles to properly in this. place. . R.SEMPLE, One of the Proprietors. Benicia City,. Jah.29, ...

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

ROBERT A. PARKER. Hub just received from Valparaiso, and the United States, a splendid assortmerit'of Fine , Broad cloths;. Fine Cassimera • Pants Stuffs ; Blue, second mourning and fancy' Prints 1 '; Fino Merino Shawls ; Rit,. buns ; Flannels; Fancy Cravats ; Panta Idons , Find Bobfs and Shoes; Woollen arid Cotton Hose and half Ho*.". , fine Shirts* Preserved Moats and Vegetables; Almonds; Prunes ; Sardines; Chocolate; VV'liite Jl a l rattan Sugar; Jamaica Rum ; Brandy; Wines ; &c, &c. . Which he offers for Sale cheap for. Cash or } I ides. San Francisco, Jon* 19 1840. 36-lf ■:CO-PAItTiNEPtSHIP. 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 h.t lie has been connected in co-partnership with Francis Ligbtston. The business 13 now conducted under the firm of Webber 8l Liohtston, who hope to merit a contimfanco of patronage from their friends an...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

CALIFORNIAN. EVILS FROM IGNORANCE-— REMEDIES FROM KNOWLEDOK. Vol. 11. B/f« FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1843. No. 4h

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

PUBLIC AUCTION. By agreement nt a general meeting of the creditors of Don Joaquin Gomez, it is hereby made Public, that the Farm called the " Verjcles," now belonging to the said creditors, consisting of two square leagues (or more) of land uitli a large and very commodious two story house, situate about nine leagues North of Monterey, and on the main road to and from the Pueblo de San Jose, will be sold at Public Auction to the heal bidder, on the first day of March next, in front of the Ist Alcaldes court house in Monterey, between the hours of 3 o'clock A. M. ond 1 o'clock P. M.. Term?. One-half cash down, the other half at 3 months credit with good security. WILLIAM R. GARNER, Auctioneer. Monterey, Jan, 24, 1818. 3'j-m REMATE PUBLICO. Por desposicion de la junta general dc Acreedores al concurro de Don Joaquin Gomez se aviso al public© que el Rancho uombrado los *.' Verjeles" perteueciente a dicho concurso y consto de dor sitios (o mas) de gauado magor y de una buena y comodiosa...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. JO PRINTI NO — srcn as — Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, Bills of Exchange, O.rculars, . Bills of Lading" ' ' ?M. n .J )!llS) Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds. Executed with despatch al this off cc.' COMMERCE HOUSE— SONOMA. A 1) L 11 % MYERS , Wholesale & Retail Dealers in General MERCHANDIZE. Produce taken in exchange for goods. -ROBERT A. PARKER. Importer and Wholcsalo Denier in G E.yi: HAL ME R CJIJIjVIJISE; San Franciscjo, Upper California. MELLUS HOWARD. Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Store m Montgomery St., San Francisco.' DI CKSON H A V, Wholesale and Retail, Merchants, AT THE BEE hive. Agents for tile collects of debts. San Francisco, U. C. i '!•- t/ : W. A. LEIDESDORFF, WHOLESALE MERCHANT. (Foot of California Street, on the Beach. San Francisco, U. C. C. L. ROSS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer. N. V. Store," Cor. Washington and Montgomery Streets. Sun Francisco. SHELLY ct NORRIS. Uliolcsalc «V Retail Merchants, Corner of Kearny &am...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

CHINA GOODS. 17 ' ; Just Received, direct from Canton, per Brig "Eaglo." H • l ; ■ 20 pcs superior cold China Matting 30 bxs superior. Spices, assorted, quite fresh [':'■: 1 case Black Silk Handkerchiefs A few cases Chyboongs celebrated curry powder. ; BEE HIVE, 40 San Francisco. COMMERCE -HOUSE— SONOMA. Messrs.; ADLER It 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 largo and choice selection of DRAPERY, GROCERIE k IRON-MONGERY GOODS. \ The whole of their stock being purchased for cash they Hatter themselves that they can offer inducements to purchasers, hitherto unparalleled in Sonoma. February 7, 1848. 39-lf TO INVALIDS it. OTHERS. Messrs DICKSON &. HAY have just, received, and now on hand 100,000 lbs. superior ARROW ROOT and 500 lbs. COCOA, recommended by the faculty,' well worthy the attention of Invalids, &.c. j , AVISO AL...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

JUST LANDED. I caso superior Ladies Hosiery, to be sold low by the dozen, at the 40 BER HIVE. IRON POTS. •100 three-lcg'd Iron Pots for ealo, a bargain, at tho 40 BEE HIVE. FERRY AT MONTEZUMA. An excellent Ferry Boat is now in full operation, at Montezuma, sufliciently large to cross twenty head of horses or horned cattlo. Persons crossing nt Montezuma will find an excellent waggon road from that place to the Pueblo do fab Jose, Monterey, Suisuin, Nappn, Sonoma, New Helvetia and all tho Sacramento Valley. Distance from Montczuma to Suisuin, 15 miles, to Nappa, 30 miles, to Sonoma, 40 miles, to Knight's and Gordon's settlement, 30 miles, to New Helvetia, 35 miles, to the Pueblo de San Jose, 50 miles, and to Monterey, 120 miles. RATES OF FERRIAGE. For crossing each head of horses, $0 60 " horned cattle, CO " footman, 50 " wagon, *$3 00 J. LAIRD, 4 °-tf Proprietor. ___ Messrs DICKSON & HAY have just received per late arrivals upwards of -00 cases GIN, (real Holland's) at an...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

Arrangements are now being made for carrying an express mail from San Francisco to Independence Mo., U. S. ; to be Tnado up at this office. Should we be successful, timely notice will be given to the public, through the columns of this journal. Resolved, That the Town Treasurer issue certificates for the street appropriations and place the same in the hands of the committee on streets. — Proposed by Mr. Jones, and passed . Whatever may have been the object of the above resolution, the results we believe Mill prove injurious to the interests of the town. We will go father than the resolution would strictly lead us, and say that we are entirely opposed to the office of Treasurer being held by a member of the council. We are not opposed to the present Treasurer holding that office as treasurer only, for in his hands we believe the funds are as safe as in the hands of any ; but then our democratic principles will not suffer us to see with complacency, the augmentation of power, in the h...

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( To the Editor of the Califurnian.) [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

( To the Editor of the Califurnian.) San Diego. Sir : — Will you be so kind as to have your valuable journal enclosed in a sealed package, when you remit them to this port, because we do not receive them with any regularity, and it is provoking after waiting two weeks from mail to mail in the expectation of news, to find our papers missing. Respectfully your obt. svt. A SUBSCRIBER. We fear that the complaint of our Subscriber, which we have inserted above, is too true ; for many of a similar kind have from time to time presented themselves for our consideration, and, if possible, for remedy. Now we do not really know what to do to prevent our subscribers from being deprived of the papers that rightfully belong to them. We have been particularly cartful to see that the papers, one and all, were properly put up and regularly " mailed," or otherwise despatched by every opportunity known to us. We have recently entered into arrangements with a capable person, for superintending the enti...

Publication Title: Californian
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TO THE PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

TO THE PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA. The proprietor of the " Californian" newspaper, in common with his fellow citizens, being fully convinced that the establishment of a regular weekly Mail, forthe conveyance of letters and newspapers, is indispensably necessary to the agricultural mechanical, mercantile, as well as intellectual, social and moral advancement of the enterprising people of this Territory: Therefore the proprietor afore mentioned will give annually the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, for and on account of said establishment, towards defraying the expenses of a regular Weekly Mail, to connect Sutter's Fort with San Diego, via Brazoria, Montezuma, Benicia, Napa Valley, Sonoma, San Francisco, San Jose, Monterey, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles. and San Diego ; or any other extensive arrangement of the kind that the good people of this Territory may provisionally enter into, until such time as a government Mail mny be properly established : Provided also, that the Mail be free for the con...

Publication Title: Californian
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(Correspondence of the CaMontutn [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

(Correspondence of the Californian.) Sonoma, U. C., Feb. 5, 1848, Mr. Editor :—This is a most magnificent day ; the weather is mild and pleasant—the thermometer at noon stood at 70° Farenheit. Mount Diablo, (Devil's Mountain) some 30 miles distant, seems to be within 10, such is the clearness and purity of the atmosphere. Never did the imagination of a poet conceive of a more lovely winter than this thus far has been. This is called the "wet" season, yet rain has fallen no oftner than it does at all seasons on the Atlantic coast. The contrast in the climate is too great for my pen—the hill top and valley is now green and beautiful—whereas on the Atlantic border it is now a frozen barren heath or covered deep with snow. On New Year's day the "starting" in this valley was plainly visible after the sterility caused by the parching up of the soil during a long summer with but little or no rain. Now the green grass has sprung up to a good height from the bosom of the barren land—the tree...

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-■•*Vr the California,*. ' [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

For the Californian, (Continued from last week.) The most extraordinary feature of all these statements of Mr. Pacific, is that they are flatly contradictory, when viewed with calm consideration. I said before, he slashes at every body—now in relation to the present Governor, he remarks "I hope and pray our present Governor against whom, as yet there exists not that spirit of opposition, want of confidence, nor suspicion entertained towards his predecessors." When only a little way before, he says, " bribing men to the worst speeds of dishonesty, destroying all faith in the moral character of our citizens," (kind reader, turn not away in disgust, rather permit pity to influence you) " and bringing law, and the sacred office of judge into contempt, making the latter a hiss and by-word over the land, for all that's villanious, foul and perjurous. All these things are allowed." According to what Pacific says these things existed under the predecessors of Governor Mason, consequently wh...

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PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

PASSENGERS. In the Brig Malek Adhel, for Monterey: Messrs. McNeis, Wm. B. Ide, James H. Gleason, R. M. Sherman, Lewis Dent, J. Frankfort, H. Caldwell, and Eli Southworth, Supercargo.

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PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 February 1848

PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. SAILED. Feb. 18—Brig Malek Adhel, Phelps, for Monterey. The only square rigged vessel in port at present, is the Eagle.

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