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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 1 March 1848

W. 11. DAVIS, offers for sale : J piece oil'd Silk 1.5 cans Copal Varninh 100 Scarlet Ban da a 40 bag* Corn 1 pr lion Truck Wheels 1-2 nipe Brandy, best brand, Ofard f),. pey &Co ' U " 1 piece Silk I pair Pant* 1 case Cotton Flannel 1-2 do Wllito Wool do Wool Pants and Shirts —At.SO, — 3 Houses to Sell or Let. 4jw bee HIVE. The proprietor# of the above establishrnent have received per recent arrivals an( j . now landing, TEN THOUSAND pounds Light Brown Havana SUGAR, iht-y would particularly call the attention of their patron* to this article, being a clean bright Sugar and at a low price. 100 boxes IMuscatel Rasins of a splendid quality. Mackercl and Cod Fish, in quantities to suit purchasers. Coffe, Tea, Chocolate and Rice. 1,000 pc's Fancy Prints, elegant styles and superior Fabrics. A few real Norwich ShawU, in which tho most delicate colors arc beautifully blended Mandarine Satins and Silks will he sold low to close a consignment being well adapted for evening dresse...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

CALIFORNIAN. EVILS FROM IOSORANCE— RKMEDIBS FROM KNOWLEDGE Vol. U. SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1848. No. 43.

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

■ .-; TEACHER WANTED. The School Commissioners give notice that they will receive applications from those who may desire to take charge of the school in this place until the 1 lth inst. None but those of sober and moral habits Deed apply. As it is desirable to obtain for the school a good reputation, the commissioners will be as thorough as possible in their examination. ; By order of tho Board. I C. L. ROSS, ; Secretary. San Francisco, March I. «*2~u ____ TO LET. Tho new Warehouse situated at the StonePier, foot of Broadway, will be let for one or more years. For particulars, enquire on the premises of 42-tf W. S. CLARK. j FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR. 600 aroba's Napa and Santa Clara Flour, to be sold low for cash at the 42! BEE HIVE WILLIAM FOSTER respectfully informs the public that he has located permanently in San Francisco for the purpose of manufacturing all kinds of House FURNITURE, ■ — Such as — Tables, Bedsteads, Chairs, Bureaus, Stands &c , &c. Also, Panne...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 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. WILLIAM, S. CLARK, Commission Merchant and General Auctioneer. Near the Ship anchorage, foot of Broadway. San Francisco, U. C. McDonald & Buchanan; Auction and Commission Merchants, South-east corner 'Public Square, San Francisco, U. C. L. W. BOGGS. Dealer in General Merchandise. Sonoma, Upper California. COMMERCE HOUSE— SONOMA. ADLER & MYERS, Wholesale & 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 Et HOWARD. Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Store m Montgomery St., San Francisco. DICKSON & HAY, Wholesale and Retail Merchants, AT THE BEE HIVE. Agents for the collects of debts. San Francisc...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

HENRY lIARTMAN, respectfully informs the public that ho has permanently located himself in San Francisco, for the purpose of carrying on a general TINSMITHS business. luj** Shop on Pacific street, between Dupont and Stockton streets. 41-3 m ~LOHIJSG a, CO. SHIP CHANDLERY, HARDWARE See. VALPARAISO. Agency & Commission business attended to, Money advanced to Whaleshipß for drafts on the United States or England, on the most favourable terms. Refer to Thomas O. Larkin, Navy Agent, Monterey, California. 4-y CHINA GOODS. Just Received, diroct 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. 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. Illume,...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

IMPORTED direct from China, per brig "Loglo." Embroidered Crope Shawls, of superior quality, with new designs and assorted colors ; Pongee Handkerchiefs, assorted colors, in cartons of one dozen each; Black Levantine Handk's. colored borders ; Musquito Curtains of grass-cloth, for bedsteads, and on frames for encamping out ; Lacquered Basins ; Tea Cadics, Stc. fee.— For sale by 42-tf C. V. GILLESPIE. 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, for tho 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 OiN E HUNDRED DOLLARS, for and on account of said establishment, towards defraying tho •xpenscs of a regular Weekly Mail,...

Publication Title: Californian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

|CP All persona desiring to send lettcra pr papers to the United Slates \\\ ! pi forward the same to our Ollicc, prior to the Ist day of April. Postage on letters, 00 cts. on newspapers, 12 l-'2 cents ; to bo paid in advance. We give thanks to " A Lorer of Good Order," (whoso communication appears in unother column) for showing us that there is a spirit (we hope not singular) in this community which will not submit to have order subverted by violence, ond will declare its abhorence, in strung language, of the characters of men who resort to such. Texas, nnd other States, have been the fields on which men of this class have audaciouily committed similar infamous deeds to those that have lately been performed amongst Of, and given the writer good ground for asking if such scene* of brute violence are to be re-onacted here ; whether through the pusillanimity of tho.se who are placed in oflice to administer the laws, or through indolent disregard of what should be — the prompt osercise ...

Publication Title: Californian
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[Reported for the Califomi.in j ALCALDE'S COURT [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

[Reported for the Califomi.in j ALCALDE'S COURT On Thursday afternoon two persons who had been drinking alcohol together in one of the (uicer order of "grog shops" in this town, quarrelled, about who should stand the next treat.'" The names of which were, Thos. Coch-rarrand-Charley Woods. Woods persisted that CochVao should *• treat" and Cochran refused^ * Woods then made s n • c drive" at Coehran, who told him to keep ofT, at the same time flourishing a knife, ids being rather too drunk to four a knife made another rush nt Coch¥«rt and kicked him on the. hip ; at which Cochrnn cut a fearful gash in Woods'* side. f Soon alter Woods was conveyed to aT", place to ; have surgical aid, and Cochran was taken before the Alcalde. 1 After the Alcalde had gotten through with tho .examination,. ho signified to • the prisoner that it would be proper for him to be put in tho Calaboose to await further time, ns it could not be ascertained, whether tho wounded man would live or die. ur Prisoner s...

Publication Title: Californian
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For Ike Caltfornxan. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

For Ike Caltfornxan. Mr. Editor :—I would ask are we here in this fair land to have the scenes °rT c*** repeated ?is v authority ; to" lend its aid b,( pusillanimity or something worse to scene* of violence enacted by ' coward bullies an bravos whose.only.. courage lies in iris impunity r of their villain 'deeds < /Murder m violence ' are rifo, amongst jus';, for, an *d»® word; 4 a thoughtless act, a weapon is U3ea and nothing but life with the blood of th* victim will satisfy' the remorseless assassin, Yesterday, we : had another oftho3o acts, becoming common now, committed in open da/) and iv our public streets, and thei manyo* tvji? Rtalibcd, now lies in a precarious state. Tho assassin when taken before the authorities, 1 am informed, coolly , acknowledged! tbedeca and braved justice in: the person ' of our Alcalde, boldly telling him that ho had stabbed! many a man, that this was a triaing ease, h? (the Alcalde) if ho should dare to! put him! in gaol should be marked...

Publication Title: Californian
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For the C<ilifi>rninn [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

For the Californian. Mr. Buckelow :—Permit me through your valuable paper, to give a brief history of a trip on the North side of the Bay San Francisco. Wishing to sec the country so highly represented by different writers, I started from the interior, an. l stepped with a friend near Sonoma : here II had the misfortune of liav- ing n&amp;gt;:y horse stolen, but (he kindness of tlie gentleman 1 slopped with furnished another, aud I pursued my journey. Sonoma is a flourishing town, being the largest on the North side of the Bay, situated in a beautiful valley bearing the name of the town, and •bout 18 miles from the Bay. Thero arc already many good buildings erected, 5 or 6 stores and a number of mechanics shops, giving unto the place a respectable appearance. (If the good citizens could prevent horse stealing, which is carried on to such an extent that it is unsafe to leave your horse out of your sight for fear of having him stolen, it would prove much to the credit of the place...

Publication Title: Californian
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TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

TOWN COUNCIL. Wednesday, Morning, March I, 1318. Minutes of last meeting read and approved Moved by Mr. Parker, that a committee be appointed to examine the accounts of the Treasurer — carried. Committee, Messrs. Parker and Jonos. Moved by Mr. Howard, that the Public Printing of the town be given to the proprietors of the California Star, for the remaining term of the council, nt 02 l-S^ents per square, on condition that they withdraw their second bill for the same. Ayes, Messrs. Howard, Leidesdorff, Parker and Jones. Nay, Mr. Clark. The bills of Messrs Leidesdorff and Hyde were approved. The council then adjourned. — Slar.

Publication Title: Californian
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FOREIGN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

FOREIGN ITEMS. The foreign population of the American Atlantic cities is greatly increasing, whilst the native population in a similar ratio is decreasing ; particularly in New York and Boston. The New York Herald mentions the plying of a new line of steamers between Paris and that place. Arrangements have been made to have an European arrival at New York; every other day. Rum and Horse Racing. -- At Grand Prarie, Arkansas, eight or nine men got into a fight together, at a horse race, in the latter part of last November. Four of them were greatly wounded, two of whom have since died. The yellow fever has nearly become extinct at New Orleans. The American transport ship Empire, struck a reef of an island near Charleston (S C.) The helmsman who was wounded at the wheel was the only life lost. He died in a short time after. The people of the United States are said to be more than ever in favour of the war, and a large portion are in favour of the entire occupation of Mexico. The Nation...

Publication Title: Californian
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PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. SAILED. March 2— U. S. Transport Anita, Woodworth, for Oregon. March 4 — Brig Eagle, Lovett, for Mazatlan, Sandwich Islands and China. March 4— Brig Euphemia, Vioget, for the Sandwich Islands. ARRIVED. March 1— Ship Barnstable, Hall, from San Pedro.

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

SCpln compliance with the orders ofGovernor Mason, tho undersigned will visit all the principal towns and settlements in the Northern Department of California, for the purpose of conferring with the people in reference to the necessity of raising a Battalion of Volunteers in California, for the service in the South ; and for the purpose of enlisting those of our patriotic citizens, who feel a desire and determination to sustain the American Blag wherever raised. For the above purpose, he will be, and remain at New Helvetia, from the 17th to the 23d instant; at Suisun andMontezuma, from the SStfa to the 28th ; at Sonoma, from the 31st inst. to the sth of April ; at Benicia, from the 6lh to the Bth ; at the Pueblo San Jose, from the !olh to the 14th ; and at San Francisco, from the 16th lo the 20th of April. While at the above places he will be prepared to give all those who desire to enlist, all necessary information, relative to tho terms of their enrolment, pay, &amp;amp;.c. &a...

Publication Title: Californian
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

MELLUS &amp;amp; HOWARD, HAVING JUST RECEIVED a large variety of Merchandise offer for sale Blue Prints; Fancy do; Mourning do; Woolen long and half Hose; cotton do do; Velveteens: Cassimers dark and fancy; Blue cloth; a variety of best Pant stuffs; blue and brown Drills, white and brown coton; Linen coI'd and cotton coI'd Thread; white Thread; whito and colored Shirts ; FjannpJ do; whijle, red and blue Flannel ; Sjllj: and pojltoi). handkerchiefs ; silk and £&amp;lt;H{ou Ricboscs; Merino and cotton Slihwls; JJoolj Muslin ; black am) cotfee cold Satin ; Fur an 4 (Guayaquil Hats &amp;gt; Spanish cards ; l)r&amp;lt;)o^9^&amp;gt; Bucket* ; Tubs ; Nails;: A*cs ; Paints; Ojl; Turpentine ; bright Varnish ; )*aint and Tar Brushes ; Sugar ; block and green Tea ; puffpoT; Chocolate &amp;gt; Rice j JUisius; Brandy; Gin; Ruin; Aguadienlo; Winps (California and Claret,) Crockeryiva'rp F|our ; Barley p Wheat ;: Corn ; Manufactured and leaf Tobacco; blank |)&amp;lt;jql...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

Mcaaera. pICKSON &amp;amp; HAY brg to mr form their friend « and the public generally, that they havo removed from their lute premises adjoining Cupl. Loidesdor/l's to those more commodious and convicnt Stores, adjoining Mr- F,i.ii»'«, and immediately opposite tho lumber ynrd of Mr. O. L. Ross.— The proprietors of tho above establishment havo made arrangements to bo supplied with British, American and China Maufacturcd Goods, which will be sold at a mere nominal advance upon the manufacturing prices. Country buyers would do well to visit this establishment before mnking their purchase*, it being their determination nnd feel fully convinced that they can defy competition. San Francisco, Jan. 26, 1848. 37-tf NOTICE. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received atlhisOtnco until March IGth, 1848, for cutting ONE HUNDHED AND EIGHTY TOWS OF HAY for tho United States. The Hify must be of the best quality of Oats and ( lu'vcr, and it is to be cut and carefully cured while the oats are "in tho mil...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 8 March 1848

W. 11 . DAVIS, offers for sale — I piece nil'd Silk 15 cans Conal Varniah 100 Scar lei Bandas 10 bagH Corn 1 ft Iron Truck Wheels 1-2 pipe Brandy, best brand, Otard, Dupcy &amp;amp; Co 1 piece Silk 1 picco Black Cloth 1 case Cotton Flannel 1-2 do White Wool do Wool Pants nnd Shirts — also, — 3 Houses to Sell or Let. 41-b BEE HIVE. Tho proprietors of the above establishment have received por recent arrivals, and now landing, TEH THOUSAND pounds Light Brown Havana SUGAR, they would particularly call the attention of their patrons to this article, being a clean bright Sugar and at a low price. 100 boxes Muscatel Rasins of a splendid quality. Mackerel and Cod Fish, in quantities to suit purchasers. Coffe, Tea, Chocolate and Rice. 1,000 pcs Fancy Prints, elegant styles and superior Fabrics. A few real Norwich Shawls, in which the most delicate colors are beautifully blended. Mandarine Satins and Silks will be sold low to close a consignment being well adapted for evening dresses. To ...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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