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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
By a perusal of the following orders of the respective Mexican and American authorities in Mexico it will be seen that there are two supreme powers ; each one denying the right of the other to govern. Uncle Samuel will have to take the whole country there's no other way to settle the matter. "Pedro Maria Anaya, General of Brigado and Interim President of the United Mexican States, to the inhabitants of the same. Be it known, that whereas the act for choice of representatives of the several towns, and of the municipal authorities, demands the utmost liberty, and whereas this cannot be enjoyed at point;; occupied by the enemy ; I deem it incumbent upon me, in the exercise of the powers with which I r.ir. vested, to decree as follows : Art. Ist. At no point in the Rupublic, in possession of the enemy, shall elections ot any kind be held. Ar.T. 2d. At those places in which, from this cause, no elections are held, the present authorities will continue in the discharge of their functions,...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
ftL2J*ln compliance with the orders of Governdr Mason, the undersigned will visit 1 all the principal towns and settlements in the Northern Department of California, for the purpose of conferring with the people in referehce to the necessity of raising a Battalion pf Volunteers in California, for the service? in the South ; and for the purpose of 3itng those our patriotic citizens, who feelja desire and determination to sustain the -lincrinan J !&lt;ij; wherever rai.-i i = For the above purpose, he will be, and remain at New Helvetia, from the 17th to the 23d; instant; at Suisun and Mohlezuma, from the?2oth to the 28th ; at Sonoma, from the 31s| inst. to the sth of April ; at Benicia, from the Gth to the Bth ; at the Pueblo San Josb, from the _f Oth to the 1 4th ; and at San Francisco, from the lGth to the2oth of April. While at the above places he will be prepared to give all those who desire to enlist, all I necessary information, relative to the terms of their enrolment, ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
BUSINESS CARDS. JOB PRINTING SUCH AS — Pamohlets, Shop Bills, Catalogued, Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills of Lading Handbills, Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds. Executed mill despatch at this office; WILLIAM S. CLARK, Commission Merchant and General Auctioneer. Near the Ship anchorage, foot of Broadway; San Francisco, U. C. McDonald &amp; BUCHANAN, Auction and Commission Merchants, Sout-east corner Public Square, San Francisco, U. C L.W. BOGGS. Dealer in General Merchandise. Sonoma, Upper California. DICKSON &amp; HAY, Wholesale and Retail Merchants, AT THE BEE HIVE. Agents for the collects of debts. San Francisco, U. C. B. It. BUCKELEW. j CLOCK &amp; WATCH MAKER, Sign of the Watch, San. Francisco. C. V. GILLESPIEr Wholesale &amp;. Retail Dealer in China Goods * San Francisco. WILL I A M PETT ET , House and Sign Painter, X Clay Street, San Francisco. C . L . ROSS,. Importer and- Wholesale Dealer. " N. Y. Store," Cor. Washington and ; Montg...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
CHINA GOODS. Just Received, direct from Canton, per Brig " Eagle." 20 pcs superior col'd China Matting 30 bxs superior Spices, assorted, quite fresh 1 case Black Silk Handkerchiefs A few cases Chyboongs celebrated curry powder. BEE HIVE, San Francisco. W. H. DAVIS, HAS JUST RECEIVED by recent arrrivals from the United States and Sandwich Islands, the following assorment of Goods, viz : — China Chests and Trunks, Coffee, Chocolate, Nails, Boots and Shoes, Butcher Knives, spool Thread, white and striped Shirts, Tobacco, Axes, Raisins, Hats, and caps, Manila Cigars, Hemp Rope, sole Leather, kc All of which he offers for sale, cheap for cash. San Francisco. Dec. 2, 1843. 38-tf DISSOLUTION, NOTICE is hereby giveit, that the copartnershtp heretofore existing between Jas. B. McClurg, Alexander G. Abell &amp;. Henry rer, under the firm of J. B. McCLURG, &amp;. Co., expires by limitation on the 2nd day of February, 1348. The outstanding business of the firm will be settled by...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 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, &amp;.c. &amp;.c. &amp;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. 3, 1848. 40-b EFFECTOS NUEVOS Y BARATOS. El que Suscribe se avisaria sus compradors numcrosos y el Publice generalmento quo ha receibido un cantidud da EFECTOS NUEV'OS. ---- Como ---- Generos, Quinquilleria, Espfcieres a Loza, Vinos, y Licores suporiores, Tobaco y Cigaros. Tambien se pueden ercontar todas los articulos usualmentc contenido en los Almacenes, de mercadcrias general. Todo se wende a precios rnuy baralos por Plate 6 Cueros. L. W. BOGGS. Sonoma, 1848.
(Correspondence of the Culifornian.) [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
(Correspondence of the Californian.) Sonoma, Alta California, ¶ March 12th, 1848. ¶ To the Editor :—I have resided in Sonoma about a year. Within that time great improvements have been prosecuted and still more contemplated. When I first became a resident the valley seemed to be a barren waste and the village fast crumbling to decay. Half thatched shanties, unfinished cottages and dilapidated adobe walls were the most conspicuous part of the town and every where visible. Even the old and massive mission house of "San Francisco de Solano," which occupies a central position though constructed after the "gingerbread" order of architecture, at a distance, somewhat resembled the ruins of ancient Rome The "northers" howled through its vacant door-ways and windows as if in mourning for the santisimo padre and timid devotee who had once worshipped there, and grass and wild flowers grow on its crumbling walls and deserted corridors. The population too was sparse and small and business dull, ...
TOWN COUNIL. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
TOWN COUNIL. Fridat afternoon, March 17, 1813. Council met, in special session — His honor Geo. Hyde in the chair. Present, Messrs W. D. M. Howard ; R. A. Parker; E. P. ; W. s. Clark and \V. A. Leidcsdorff. Moved and seconded that the minutes of last meiting be adopted — carried. The President and Secretary ofthe school commissioners were present and handed in their report. They had made examinations and gave preference to Mr. Douglass who. required as his salery $1000, payable quarterly. A letter was read from Mr. Douglass, quite logically written, which exhibited eminenl ability for the station. Mr. Jcnes proposed that instead ofthe council making an appropriation for the teacher's salary that the means be raised by subscription from amongst the citizens. Mr. Uoss, Secretary of school Trustees, stated that he did not ask for an appropriation, but in case the agregate ofthe tuition fell short of the requisite amount, that tiie balance be ensured by the council. Mr. Jones then said ...
PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. March 16. -- Brig Sabine, Vincent, 167 days from Boston. Cargo general merchandize. March 19 -- Brigantine Providence, Hinkley, 17 days from Sandwich Islands. Cargo general merchandize. Brig Alcolk, from the Sandwich Islands is expected in a few days. Cargo liquors and merchandize. SAILED. March 17 -- Bark Tasso, Lindsey, for leeward ports. March 20.-- Ship Barnstable, Hall, for Boston, via Monterey and San Diego
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
AUCTION SALE. - Will be Sold on Friday next, the 24th instant, at: the New Auction Room in the "Portsmouth House," a great variety of Dry Goods, Lumber arid a lew barrels Mess Pork, &amp;c; Stc. W. S. CLARK, 45-c* ■ Auctioneer. A RARE CHANCE. For Sale a first rate FLOURING MILL near the San Jose landing; the Mill is entirely new and a first rate property for a man of means: The owner is obliged to sell on account of ill health. Any information will be given by addressing the undersigned at the Pueblo de San Jose. 15-3rn* OLIVER MAGNEUT. NOTICE. The Farm called the " Vergeles" belonging to the creditors of Don Jose •.Joao.uin Gomez, not having been sold at Public Auction as had been previously advertised, on account of the entire absence of any bidder. It is postponed until the Ist day of May proximate, when it will again be offered for. sale at .10 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Ist Alcalde's office in Monterey. Terms; one half cash down, the other half in three months from...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
GLORIOUS SUCCESS! at the BEE HIVE ! ! UNPARALLELED IN CALIFORNIA ! ! ! proprietors of the above establishment, taking into consideration the scarcity of cash at present in San Francisco and surrounding country, have determined to make a still further reduction from the already extremely low prises that this establishment have been selling at. They cannot but feel thankful and gratified at the extraordinary success they have met with since adopting the system that has already spread itself over the Pacific, and has caused such tremendous excitement in the community. To mako £ room .for magnificent arrange-, ments for the summer trade, the balance of their stock now on hand will be sold *&lt;&gt; low that competition will bo totally out of the question. N. li.--To all we say como and sec, we will challenge any one in this town or California to meet us on low prices. DICKSON .v HAY, » Proprietors of tho Bee Hive. San Francisco, March 15, 1848. ~ LOOK HERE ; ~~~ ~ DAVID ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
WM. S. CLARK, STORAGE, FORWARDING, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT AND GENERAL AUCTIONEER. Respectfully informs the public that he has permanently located in the Town of San Francisco, for the purpose of conducting all the various branches connected with a General Commission businrss. Auction Sales of every description attended to in any part of tho Town or District. Ware-House and Office at the Stone Pier foot of Broadway. 19-8m (Break) 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 crossing at Montezuma will find an excellent waggon road from that place to the Pueblo de San Jose, Monterey, Suisuin, Nappa, Sonoma, New Helvetia and all the Sacramento Valley. Distance from Montezuma to Suisuin, 15 miles, to Nappa, 30 mites, to Sonoma, 40 miles, to Knight's and Gordon's settlement, 30 miles, to New Helvetia, 35 miles, to the Pueblo do San Jose, 50 miles, and to Monterey, 120 miles. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
IMPORTS FROM CHINA. Elegant Embroidered Crape Shawls, of heavy weight and .superior needle work, ol the style diagonal, each in a canon ; a few scarlet Banutifl of a superior quality ; Pon geo fld'kfs colored borders; Embroidered (irass-cloth Hdk'fs each J&gt;oir in a carton ; Silk Cords and Tassels ; Embroidered Velvet Slippers ; Vermillion Rouge, adapted to the Indian trade ; Rhubarb ; Lacquered ware, a variety ; Vases of a large size and &lt;lr _';iur&lt;- ; ( iiin jiov, iler, with several olhei articl&lt; iof Chinese manufacture, per 'Eagle' from Canton direct. For sale by C. V. GiLLESPIE, Washington street, rear of the 41-lf V. S. Bo IiEE HIVE. The propri lishinent have received per recenl arrivals, and now landing, TEN THOUSAND pounds Light Brown Havana SUCjj \i, they would particularly call the attention of their patrons to this article, being a clean bright Sugar and at a low pi i' IUO boxe - Muscatel Rosins of a splendid quality. Mackerel and...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 22 March 1848
Messers. DICKSON &amp; HAY beg to inform their friends and the public generally that they have removed from their late premises adjoining Capt. Leidesdorffs to those rnore commodious and convient Stores adjoining Mr; Ellis's, and immediately opposite the lumber yard of Mr. C. L. Ross. - The proprietors of the above establishment have made arrangements to be supplied with British, American and China Maufactured Goods, which will be sold at a mere nominal advance upon the manufacturing prices Country buyers would do welfto visiuhjj establishment before making their purcisgses, it being' their determination and f t &gt; t j fully convinced that they can defy competition. San Franci3co, Jan. 20, 18 13. 57..,HOUSE AN D S I G NPAINT I N G. ■ T . W . i All jobs intrtßted to him will be done ft a workman like manner ■..■: on reaaonabi terms. For further ; information apply -^ the store of C. L. Ross, or at the dw'ellinr, house of Mr. Merili.. San Francisco, Nov. JO, IP, i 7....
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 29 March 1848
We copy the following from the daily American Star published in the city of Mexico, in relation to the markets of that place. The Markets.— lt is really worth while to take a stroll through the different markets of the city, even if one has no idea of purchasing. We have done so often, and alwayg found something worthy of observation. The principal market, near the palace, seems to be a place of great resort, and almost any article may be found there and at very reasonable prices. Every class of citizens may be seen here, from a soldier on guard to the bare-footed Indian, who brings in chickens and fruits from the interior. *It is not easy to make one's way through the crowd of sellers and purchasers, but the almost infinite variety of things on sale is worth looking at, at least we notice that pomogrnnates and cocoanuts are getting to be abundant. The hens, too, appear to be making their discounts more freely than usual, and give us six eggs for a bit a great improvement on former ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 29 March 1848
; A RARE CHANCE. For Sale a first rate FLOURING MILL near the San Jose landing ; the Mill is entirely new and a first rate property for a man of means. The owner is obliged to sell on account of iil health. Any information will be given by addressing the undersigned at the Pueblo de San Jose. 45-3 m* ' OLIVER MAGNEUT. NOTICE. The Farm called the " Vergeles" belonging; to the creditors of Don Jose Joaqufn Gomez, not having been sold at Public Auction as had been previously advertised, on account of the entire absence of any bidder. It is postponed until the Ist day of Way proximate, when it will again be offered lor sale at 10 o'clock, A. M., in front of the Ist Alcalde's office in Monterey. Terms, one half cash down, the other half three months from the sale with good security. WILLIAM GARNER, . Auctioneer. Monterey, March 2d, 1848. 45-r HOOD &amp; WILSON respectfully inform the citizens of California that they have associated themselves together for the purpose of doing all...