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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 September 1848
BEAUTEOUS WOMAN. I love to see the deep blue sky, At summor eve with white clouds rolled -- When through the trees the soft winds sigh, And trees and clouds are tinged with gold. When day gives night his parting kiss, And birds their sheltered covers seek -- But oh! I dearer lovo to gaze On beauteous woman's cheek. (Space Line) Oh! beautiful's the moonlit sky, When bright faced day his flag hath furl'd, I wrapt my kindling spirit in That spangled banner of the world: For oh! I dearly love that sight, My country's emblems there I trace, But dearer still to me the light, That shines in beauteous woman's face. (Space Line) The sea may boast its treasures rare, The earth its hidden rich laid mine. But naught with woman can compare, When graced with beauty's charm divine; And if the hearts with virtue fraught, And pure affection there we trace, Oh! who would wish to gaze on aught More beautiful than woman's face. (Line Break) Whin Dr. Franklin's mother-in-law firs discovered that the you...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 September 1848
COPARTNERSHIP. Tho undersigned have this day entered into copartnership under tlm firm of DAVIS &amp; CARTER, and business will bo continued samo as heretofore nt the old stand of Wm. 1 1. I &gt;avib, comer of Cloy nnd Montgomery Btrcets. WILLIAM M. DAVIS, ' DAVID CARTER. Snn Frnnriqro, Aug. 21. 1848. 5-m 1 PARKER, I In* just received at his store on Clay street, a large nnd heavy stock of Goods, which he offers for sole nt very low prices for Placero gold or cash, consisting in pnrt of Sugar; Codec; Tea; brown, bluo nnd bleaciind Drills; brown and bleached Cottons; Prints of nil descriptions; Flannels; woolen Pants; cotton and silk Handkerchief* together with a largo and general assortment of merchandize especially selected for this market. — a i. bo — superior Rum, Gin, Brandy, Wino, Aguadicnte, nnd a variety of oilier Liquors. San Francisco, July 15, 1848. 3-tf NOTICE. All persons indebted to tho late THOMAS ADAMS, deceased, ore requested to call at the Alcalde's ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 September 1848
city HOTEL, Located on tho south of the Portsmouth Squnre. MTlio proprietor informs his friends nnd tho public generally, that he has f again 1 leased tho above : largo and well known establishment, which has been recently fitted up nnd furnished in the most modern style, and from his experience in business 'as a conductor of a public house, ho hopes to gain a liberal share of patronage. Tho purveyance department is attended with enre nnd attention, nnd his table, supplied with all the varieties the market afford?. His i bar contains tho choicest brands ol ; cordials, wines nnd liquors. In fact, no pains will bo spared in any department to render his guests agreeable during their sojourn. J. H. BROWN. Proprietor. Snn Francisco. July 15. 1848. fMf TO LET. MTho premises on the hill, rear of the JiiiaHOity Hotel, consisting of two or (more ho ties and lot of land now occupied by Mrs. Fuller. Also, a House and Lot at tho Mission. Also, any lot of land belonging to the estate, for one ye...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 9 September 1848
CARGO OF SHIP RHONE, consisting of tho following merchandise: Brown Domestics, 3-4 and 4-4; Blenched do do do Ticking, assorted; Shirtintr Stripes, assorted; Blue Drilli, do D' rum" nnd Checks, do Blue Cords, do Cotton Duck, do Karens do Bloachod and brown Drills, assorted; Blankets do White and scarlet Flannel, do Canton do, do Prints, do Merinos, do Suspenders, do Thread, do Skein Cotton, do Spool do do Cnssimeres, Vesting*, do Sattine'ts, Ky. Jeans, do Tweed* and Beaverleen3, do Stocks and Cravnts, do Silk and Cotton hdkfs, ii 0 Russia Sheeting, do Woollen and Cotton Shawls, do Brocha and Terkeri do do Silk, fancy, plaid &amp;. damask sbawli, cmV&lt;) Merino and Hernia do ' Mouseline do Lame», assorted; Cashmere de Ecosse do Ginghams, do Fancy Lawns, do Ginghams and Lawns, in dresses, assorted California Robes, d 0 * Cotton Velvets, d 0 Ribbons, ,j 0 Regatta Linen, assorted; Book Muslins, do Bishop Lawns, do Curtain Muslins, do ' Madras Hdkfs, do Robe de Orleans, ...
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Since our last publication we have gleaned some farther items from late papers, which we lay before our readers. FRANCE. A Paris correspondent of the London Times writes that the greatest amount of political organization in Paris, is among the foreigners. Their object is to help the agitation for reforms in their several nations. -- The Poles have long been united in this manner. The Italians have formed a league to sympathize with the States of Italy. The Germans have just founded a democratic society, with the same intention to assist their countrymen in a struggle for freedom. The number of victims in the late revolution in France, publicly buried, is said to have been 170. In 1830, Charles the Tenth had only 14,000 troops, but above 1300 of the people were killed. Of the persons who have obtained ministerial places in the Revolutionary Government of France, two are Jews, viz: M.Cre-, miuex, Minister of Justice, and M. Gouchaux, Minister of the Finances. The...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
BUSINESS CARDS. T . PL PER LEE, JUtorney ami Counsellor at Law, AKD SOLICITOR IN CUA.NCCRT, will attend to all) business within the province of his profession, San Francisco, Sept. 9tii, 1843. C-tf El. P. JONEST AlLrrney and Counsellor at Lav, and SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. f^Zr' Business entrusted to his cafe will receive prompt attention San Francisco. Sept. 9 !848. 6-tf a»iiUK .$ RUCKEL, ,- General Cjmmnsion Merchants, ssmer of Clay and Montgomery streets. San FrandscV. Sept. '.), 1843. 6-tf ~^ C. T. GILLBSPIE, ' NcT.4RT Public. Protests noted and extended. General and particular averages stated. San Francisco, Sept. !\. 1348. 6-tf STARKLY, JAMON dL CO, COMMtfSIOK M«aCHA7»TS, tad Importers lof Goods" direct from England, the Atlantic ports of the United Bitloa and China. Sanl Francisco, U. C. "" DR. W. C. PARKER Offers his services to the citizens of ■ SAN FRANCISCO. 4-tf WARD &amp; SMITH, General Commission Merchants. Frank arc! , ) JVo.?3 Montgomery St , Win. M. Sm|th. $ S,...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
R. A PARKER, Wholesale and Retail Merchant, Store in Clay street, San Francisco. L. W. HASTINGS. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. San Francisco. Upper California. y 5 L. EVERHART. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. Montgomery Street, San Francisco, U. C. HOOD &amp;. WILSON. House Joiners and Ship Carpenters., Corner of Kearny and Pacific Sts. San Francisco . B. R. BUCKELEW, CLOCK a WATCH MAKER, Sign of the Watch, San Francisco. JASPER O'FARRELL. Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor, By, appointment of Col. R. B. Mason, Got. of California. (Ofiice Portsmouth Square, San Francisco.) — _____ _ TAILORING. The Subscriber will make all kinds of citizens Clothing in the most approved stylo. — Also, Military Clothing according to Law and with elegance. Will also, teach the science and art of cutting, to new beginners. LAAGGGOONN, ban Francisco, Montgomery Street. 37-y LAZARUS EVERHART. C S. LYMAN, LAND SURVEYOR. Know all men by these Presents : That I, Richard B. Mason, Colon...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
THE AMERICAN- HOUSE, now in progress of completion, is ready for Day Boarders, where every attention will be paid to the comfort of those who may favor the subscriber with a call. The American House will be conducted purely on the temperance principle. The Hall, well known to the citizens as tho most commodious in the place, will be put in readiness for parties at short notice and on reasonable terms. J. H. MERRILL. San Francisco, Sept. 9, 1848. 6-tf CITY HOTEL Located on the south side of the Portsmouth Square. The proprietor informs his friends and the public generally, that he has again leased the above large and well known establishment, which has been recently fitted up and furnished in the most modern style, and from his experience in business as a conductor of a public house, he hopes to nia a liberal share of patron The purveyance department is attended with care and attention, and his table supplied with all the varieties the market afford*. His bar contains the choicest br...
FROM THE UNITED STATES [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
FROM THE UN ITED STA TES V By. the arrival at ..this port of the 17. g v T. ship lluntresi, Spring, I 1.3 day, frofn New York, have been put , n pos . session of further files of papers from Slates; li By ether vessels from the Hawaiian ! isles, we have received the " Polynesian" •*if.:A\)fr. 'l9th, containing the arrival of th 9 : U.S. ship Vrl«j,endf!P/-r, u^4U\o; having; dates from the slot"* .«,iii P!l , Jane p * A large portion of the intelligence has b ee anticipated over land, yet we. com,,; a interesting summary. ) The Bill to establish a territorial &lt;r r ,. f .,.. I rnent in Oregon was under di3cus3ion. in th Senate. ? The Democratic National cony.assembled at Baltimore May 22nd, f or ( l purpoao of nominating a candidate f (ir th 0 .Presidency. .The following are the no&amp;i. ' nation.* mado — for President, Gen T «»»• Cnss of Michigan; for Vice President Ge VV.O. Butler of Kentucky. Tho following candidates are nominated by the Whig National convention...
MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
MARINE INTELLIGENCE, (Short __________ ) PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. (Double ___________ ) ARRIVED. Sept 10, brig Euphemia, Vioget, 38 days from Honolulu; 13, brig Perseverance, Boyer 22 days from do; 14, schr Kekauonohi, Treadway, 32 days from do; ship Huntress, Spring, 142 days from New York via Monterey. SAILED. Sept 11, bark Tasso, Lindsey, leeward; schr Honolulu, Newell, Honolulu.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
■-•:-■ DIED... , t . . In this town, on the !&gt;th instant,: of inter■mittcnt feYer.'cpntractcdiinthe gold 'region,:Mr} Henry iPMlichardsonjogcd 24 &gt;. -!••, n .sont'of. Peter : Richardson, ; Esq. of (S tnn, • Mails. He was v young, man of wtHMeie character,' iantlf had :und«arcd himself- to a largo circle ofacquaihtancca. •; In this town, on Thursday. morning, V l3th inst., of intermittent fever, Thomas JofTcrson Farnham, attorney at law, aged about 42 years. r With much regret we record the death of Mr. Far n hum, ; who was a native .of the State of Maine,; but had . resided for some timo in th.i state of York, where he left -a, wife and three children. ;He emigrated to Oregon in the year ; 1837, thence to the Sandwich Island*., aud from thence to California. He arrived here in ; 1840, at the time Messrs. Graham and party, con- - sisting of about thirty 'American residents, j had been arrested «nd sent to Mexico for trial, .charged with treason, by Aharardo, the...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
PUBLIC AUCTION. On Monday, 18th inst. at 10 a . m., at the New Ware House of Mr. C. L. Ross, corner of Montgomery and Washington streets, Governinent Reserve, Will be offered an invoice of merchandise per ' Mary Frances,' Gould, master, from Valparaiso, consisting of 40 cases Kremlins, (pantaloon stuffs) 15 do do do do 3 do plaid do do do 30 bales checks 8 cases bleached sheetings 14 do do shirtings, 3-4 5 bales brown do 3-4 60 do do sheetings, 4-4 8 cases bleached drills 5 boxes coffee mills 100 bags rock salt, fine 194 half chests souchong tea 3 barrels copal varnish Terms — Gold Dust at sixteen dollars per ounce. — also — On a day next week, which together with time and place, will be announced by placards and the Bell Ringer, will be offered an invoice of merchandise per French brig 'New Perseverance,' Boyer, master, from Honolulu, consisting in part of boots and shoes, striped shirts; Graham crackers, in tin; sets of knives and forks; soup ladles; tea and table spoons; log and ...
LINES [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
LINES BY BARRY COIINWALL. Here's a health to thee, Mar/, Hero's a health to theo ; The drinkers are gone, And I am alone, To think of homo and theo, Mary. There are tomo who may shino o'er thee, Mary, And many as frank and free, And a few as fair; But the summer air Is not more sweet to me, Mary. I have thought of thy last low sigh, Mary, And thy dimm'd and gentle eye; And I've called on thy namo When (he night winds camo, And heard my heart reply, Mary. Be thou but true to me , Mary, And I'll be true to thee; And at set of sun, When my task is done, Be sure that I'm ever with thee, Mary. He who gives himself airs of importance, exhibits the credentials of impotence.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
DISTRICT, OF SAN FRANCISCO, Upper California, . UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The undersigned, on the 6th inst. received a dispatch from His Excellency Col. R. B. Mason, : Governor of California, dated Monterey Sept.:4th, 1848, declaring the late election for Alcalde null and void, and directing them to order a new Election after at least three weeks notice thereof being published throughout this District. We, W.D. M. Howard, C. V. Gillespie, K. H. Dimmick, Jas. C. Ward, and Wm. S. Clark, as ; "Judges and Inspectors of Election" by appointment of His Excellency the Governor, therefore hereby give notice that an election for the office of First Alcalde of the district of San Francisco, will be held at the School House, in the city of San Francisco, on Tuesday, the 3rd of October next, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 1 p. m. and 3 p. m. and 6 p. M. " Votes will only be received from actual residents of the District, including Californians, unless they give notice of their intentions to ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
COPARTNERSHIP. The undersigned havo this day entered into copartnership under the firm of DAVIS % CARTER, and business will bo continued same as heretofore at the old stand of Wm. H. Davis, corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. ' WILLIAM H. DAVIS, DAVID CARTER. San Frnnciwco. Aug. 21. 1848. 6-m ROBERTA. PARKER, Has just received at his store on Clay street, a large and heavy stock of Goods, which he offers for salo at very low prices for Placero gold or cash, consisting in part of Sugar; Cotlec; Tea; brown, blue and bleached Drills; brown and bleached Cottons; Prints of all descriptions; Flannels; woolen Pants; cotton and silk Handkerchiefs together with a large and general assortment of merchandize especially selected for this market. — also — superior Rum, Gin, Brandy, Wine, Aguardiente, and a variety of other Liquors. San Francisco, July 15, 1848. 3-tf "noticeT^ All persons indebted to tho late THOMAS ADAMS, deceased, are requested to call at tho Alcalde's offico and scttlo the ...