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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
DILUTION OF COPARTNERSHIPKI'OW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESEN'Ifi, That we, tho undersigned, Thomas Smithy tho first part, and Henry Smith o the sec, n d part, have this day dissolved all conneci O n with each other; the snid Thomas Smith 6! '&lt;* first nart, to pay Henry Smith of the secono |«iv, i &lt; r t',, n ,,sand dollars in Placero Gold Dust, ai ...o ."*- -of sixteen dollars per ounce. Tho said Thomas Smith of the first part, to receive all debts due to said Thomas and Henry Smith prior to the dato of this agreement; and Henry Smith of the second part, to pay all debts due by snid Thomas and Henry Smith prior to this agrcem^ ssMm^ H. SMITH Witness: A. J. Ei.lis, E. H. Yon Pfister. San Francisco, Sept. sth, 1848. — 6-m ~ Tho subscr»ber~has tho pleasure to inform his friends and the public that he has appointed Mr. PETER T. SHERRBECK his ngent for receiving freight or transacting any other business for the launch owned by J. A. SUTTER, Esq. Ho also desires to say that...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 16 September 1848
* CARGO OF SHIP RHONE, consisting of the following merchandise.. &gt; Brown Domestics, 3-4 and 4-4; Bleached do ; do do Ticking, assorted; Shirting , Stripes, a or c d ; Bluo Cords, do Cotton Duck, do T^TCfS« do . Blea • "nd brown Drills, assorted; Blankets do White and scarlet FlannJ., do Canton do » do Prints, do Merinos, do Suspenderi, do Thread, do Skein Cotton, do Spool do do Cassimere*. Vcstings, do Sattinctts, Ky. Jeans, do Tweed* and Beavcrteens, rio Stocks and Cravats, do Silk and Cotton hdkfe, do Russia Sheeting, do Woollen and Cotton Shawls, do Brocha and Terkeri do -"do "'■ Silk, fancy, plaid &amp; damask shawls, ass't'd Merino and Hernia do ' Mouseline de Laincs, assorted; .Cashmere; do Ecosse do Ginghams, do Fancy Lawns, do Ginghams and Lawns, in dresses, assorted California Roues, do '\ Cotton Velvets, fa ' Ribbons, 'do Regatta Linen, assorted; Book Muslins, do Bishop Lawns, do Curtain Muslins, * do Madras Hdkfs, do Robe da Orleans, "do Balzarines and ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
BUSINESS CARDS. G RAY SOW &amp;.JPARKER, General Dealers in Merchandise, *?. I. CORNER (ITT HOTEL EUILUI.NG, SAN FRANCISCO. A . J GR ATS l " ITM. r ii r. Tr. B— lf T. It. PER - LEE, Attorney and Counsellor al Laic, A!'D SOLICITOR IH CHANCERY, will attend to ell business within the province of his profession. San Francisco, Sept. 'th, 1848. 6-tf E. P. JON Attorney and Counsellor at Lav, and SOLICITOR IS "CHANCERY: • &gt;CP Business] entrusted to his caie will receive prompt attention. Sen Francisco, Sept. 9, 1848. G-tf- ~ SHERMAN 4- RUCKEL, General Commission Merchants, corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. San Francisco. Sept. 9, 1843. 6-tf C. V. GILLESPIE, Notary Public. Pro! noted and extended. General and particular averages stated. : San Francisco, Sept. '9. 1848- „ ..6-tf; S3TAJIKEY, JAMIOK &amp; CO, ."" COMMISSION iiRRCHANTS, and Importers of Goods direct from i England, the Atlantic ports of the United -fates and China. San Franntto, U. C. . " WARD &a...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
DR. W. C. PARKER Offers his services to tho citizens of SAN FRANCISCO. WILLIAM S, CLARK, Commission Merchant and General Auctioneer. At the Ship Wharf, foot of Broadway. San Francisco, U. C R. A. PARKER, Wholesale and Retail Merchant, Store in Clay street, Sam 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 If earny and Pacific Sts. San Francisco. ' B. R. BUCK ELK W. ~~~ CLOCK k WATCH MAKER, Sinn of the Watch, San Francisco. JASPER. O'FARRELL. Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor, By appointment of.Col. R. B. Mason, Got; of California. (Office Portsmouth Square, San Francisco.) ___________ _ TAILORING. The Subscriber will make all kinds of citizens Clothing in the most approved style.— Also, Military Clothing according to Law arid with elegance. Will also, teach the scie...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 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 io the citizens as the most commodious in the place, will be put in readiness for parlies at short notice and on reasonable terms. J. H. MERRILL. San Francisco. .Sept. 9, 1848. CITY HOTEL, Located on the south side of the Portsmouth Square. MTho proprietor informs his friends nnd the public generally, that he has aiinin 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 gain a liberal share of patronage. The purveyance department is attended with care and attention, and his table supplied with all the varieties the market affords. His bar contains the choicest...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
NEW GOODS. Just received per brig "Euphemia," a general assortment of Dry. Goods, hard and hollow ware, tin ware, clothing, (assorted) boots and shoes, salt pork and beef, together with a general assortment of groceries, &amp;c., &amp;c., for sale low at the corner.of Montgomery and Clay streets, for cash or placer gold, by DAVIS &amp; CARTER. NEW GOODS. Just landing from bark Callao, and on sale at the BEE HIVE, comprising a choice assortment of Prints of the best quality and styles ever imported into California; white cottons; cotton and silk hdkfs.; printed muslins; merinos; linen Britanias and catillas, creas, Russian sheetings and creguelas for tents, white cotton thread, paper, steel carlon, wine, sherry Frontenac Muscatel, French cognac brandy, cigars, cacao, &amp;c. 7-tf FOR SALE. Ex Laura Ann, from Manilla and China, SILK GOODS, &amp;c. Sewing Silk, in assorted boxes of 24 lbs Embroidered crape shawls Crape Baridas, assorted colors Sa...
GOLD MINES OF CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
GOLD MINES OF CALIFORNIA In our paper of August 16, we devoted some considerable space to the subject of the gold mines, stating some facts in regard to their discovery, and the manner in which the ore was collected. So well was the article received by the public,— then on the qui vive for information about the mines— and consequently so great the demand for our paper, that in a few hours after publication the entire edition was disposed of,— Since then we have received many and urgent inquiries for that number of the "Californian," and this week, at the solicitation of a number of our patrons, we repeat the substance of the former article, with some additional particulars. It appears that in the first part of February last, Messrs. Marshall &amp; Bennett were engaged with a party in erecting a saw mill for Capt. J. A. Sutter, on the American Fork of the Sacramento river, about forty miles above its mouth. In excavating the tail race, they removed the rock during the day and...
PRESIDENT POLK'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
PRESIDENT POLK'S MESSAGE. By the politeness of W. D. M. Howard, Esq., we have been put in possession of a copy of the New Picayune of July 15, containing the President's Message to Congress on the ratification of the Treaty with Mexico, together with some important and interesting intelligence from Europe, which latter will be found in another part of to-day's paper. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: I lay before Congress copies of a treaty of peace, friendship, limits, and settlement, between the United States and the Mexican Republic, the ratifications of which were duly exchanged at the city of Queretaro, in Mexico, on the 38th day of May, 1848. The war in which our country was reluctantly: involved, in the necessary vindication of the national rights and honor, has been thus terminated; and I congratulate Congress, and our common constituents, upon the restoration of an honorable peace. The extensive and valuable territories ceded by Mexico to the ...
EUROPEAN NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
EUROPEAN NEWS. By the receipt of the New Orleans Picayune, of July 15th, we hare been put in possession of European news up to the 24th of June. The steamer Buena Vista arrived at Boston on the 8th July, in 48 hours from Halifax, bringing the news of the Caledonia, which sailed one hour after for New York. The latter steamer sailed from Liverpool on the 24th June. The United Slates arrived at Southampton on 'he 23rd, having made the passage in less than thirteen days, the shortest on record. The Hibernia arrived at Liverpool on the 21st, making the run in 14 days. She was beaten by the United States. Chartist meetings were being held in every town of note in England. A regular organization of the chartists had taken place, in Scotland. It was resolved that a gun and bayonet should be ordered for each member immediately. Ireland continues in a very deplorable state. She is apparently on the verge of a civil war. In France great excitement still prevails, and from the. accounts we see...
MARINE INTELLIGENCE, [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
MARINE INTELLIGENCE, PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. Sept 17th, schr Star, Smith, 38 days fm Honolulu; 19th, sloop Peacock, Green, 9 days fm Oregon; schr Maria, Dewitt, 8 days fm do; brig Sabine, —, Honolulu; 22d, schr Wave, Jones, 11 days from Oregon; brig Belfast, Jorden, 163 days from New York. MEMORANDA. The Star reports having spoken in lat 38 4 N, lon 127 12 W, Hawaiian schr Ariel, Griffin, 41 days fm Honolulu, bound to this port with a cargo of dry goods, provisions, &amp;c. Half an hour afterwards, the Ariel was capsized by a trip of the sea; the weather rigging was immediately cut away, but all efforts to right her proved unavailing. — Took off all hands, and in an hour the Ariel could scarcely be seen, having sunk to the water's edge, carrying everything with her — those on board barely escaping with their lives.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
NEW STORE. The subscriber has just opened a large assortment of New Goods per Rhone and Euphemia. in the north-west corner of the Poutsmouth House, comprising in part a general variety of Hardware, Cutlery, Carpsnter's and Miner's Tools, Builder's Materials, Glass Ware, Tin Ware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Hosiery, Doroestics, Tweeds, Prints, Toweling, Plated and G. S. Spoons, Combs and Brushes. Spades and Shovels, Rifles and Pistols, Saddles and' Bridles, Steel, &amp;.c. Also, a large and complete assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, of all descriptions; Blankets, Sliirts, &amp;.c; which will be sold for cash or gold dust at reasonable prices, . at the new store on the corner opposite the City Hotel. 8-tf C. E. WETMORE. ~~ FOR ALCALDE. ~~~ !Wc arc requested to announce VVM. "'LIN STIDOLPH as a candidate for j First Alcalde of the District of San Fran • ci«»o at the ensuing Election." "— 11 RKLIGIOU3 NOTICE. Divine Service of the Protestant Episcopal form, will...
THE IRISH MOTHER'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
THE IRISH MOTHER'S LAMENT. BY MRS, CRAWFORD. My beautiful, my bright eyed boy, Ah! whither art thou roaming?. Thy mother's hope, thy mother's joy. I watch to see the coming; I watch the sails of every ship, But all return without thee; I ask for thee with quivering. lip, But none knows aught about thee. A mhuirnin dilis! (Space Line) Oh! shame a mhuirnin, summer fled, The reaper's time is gone dear; I will not dream that thou art dead, And I left all alone, dear! Our cabin is a dreary place, The very walls look sorrow. But could I see thy darling face, They'd ring with joy to-morrow. A mhuirnin dilis! (Space Line) Oh! shame, a mhuirnin, art thou dead? And didst thou brave the danger Of stormy seas, to toil for bread, And perish with the stranger? My beautiful, my young, my brave! Thy mother's heart is riven; But though I may not share thy grave, Our souls will meet in heaven. A mhuirnin dilis,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
DISTRICT OF SAN FRANCISCO, Upper California. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The undersigned, on theGth inst. received n dispatch from His Excellency Col. R. 15. Mason, Governor of California, dated Monterey, Sept. 4th, 1818, declaring tht late election for Alcalde null and void, and directing them to order a new Election after at least thrco weeks notico thereof brinp published throughout this District. Wo, W. I). M. Howard, C. V. Gillcspie, X II DilMnick, Jns. C. Ward, and Wm. S. Clark, as "Judges nnd Inspectors of Election" bj appointment of His Excollency thn Governor, thercforo hereby give notice thai an election for the office of First Alcalde of the district of San Francisco, will he held at tho School House, in the cify of San Francisco, on Tiesdat, the 3rd of October next, between tho hours of 10 a. m and 1 r. m. and 3 p. m. nnd 6 r. m. 11 Votes will only be received from actual residents of tho District, including Californians, unless they give notice of their intentions to pres...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
COPARTNERSHIP. The undersigned have this day entered into copartnership under the firm of DAVIS &amp;. CARTER, and business will be continued same as heretofore at tho old stand of Wm. H. Davis, corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. WILLIAM H.DAVIS, DAVID CARTER. Snn Francisco, Aug. 21. 1018. G-m I ROBERT A. PARKER. Has just received at his store on Clay street, a large and heavy stock of Goods, which ho offers for sale at very low prices for Placero gold or cash, consisting in part of Sugar; Coffee; Tea; brown, blue and bleached Drills; brown and bleached Cotton's; Prints of all "descriptions; Flannels; woolen Pants; cotton and silk Handkerchiefs together with a largo and gcuoral assortment of merchandize especially selected for this market. — also — superior Rum, Gin, Brandy, Wine, Aguadiente, and a variety of other Liquors. San Francisco, July 15, 1848. 3-tf NOTICE. All persons, indebted to the late THOMAS ADAMS, deceased, are requested to call at the Alcalde's office an...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP, KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That we, the undersigned, Thomas Smith of the first part, and Henry Smith of the second part, hare this day dissolved all connection with each other; the said Thomas Smith of the first part, to pay Honry Smith of the second part, the sum of five thousand dollars in Placero Gold Dust, at the rate of sixteen dollars per ounce. The said Thomas Smith of the first part, to receive all debts due to said Thomas and Henry Smith prior to the date of this agreement; and Henry Smith of the second part, to pay all debts due by said Thomas and Henry Smith prior to this agreement. THOS. SMITH, H. SMITH. Witness: A. J. Km.h, E. 11. Yon PrisTER. San Francisco, Sept. 6th, 1848. — 6-m Tho subscriber has tho pleasure to inform his friends and tho public that ho has appointed Mr. PETER T. SIIERRBECK his agent for receiving freight or transacting any other business for the launch owned by J. A. SUITER, Esq. He also desires to say that forry b...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 23 September 1848
CARGO OF AMERICAN SHIP RHONE, consisting of the following merchandise : Brown Domestics, 3-4 and 4-4 ; Bleached do do do Ticking, assorted; Shirting Stripes, assorted, Blue Cords, do Cotton Duck, do Ravens do Bleached and brown Drills, assorted; Blankets do White and scarlet Flannel, do Cantoo do, do Prints, do Merinos, do Suspenders, do Thread, do Skein cotton, do Spool do do Cassimores, Vesting*, do Saltinetts, Ky. Jeans, do Tweeds and Beavertecns, do Slocks and Cravats, do Silk and cotton hdkfe, do Russia Sheeting, do Woollen and cotton Shawls, do Brocha and Terk«ri do (j 0 Silk, fancy, plaid 8c damask shavHs, aag't'd Merino and Hernia do' ' Mouseline do Lainci, assorted; Cashracro do Ecoss# do Ginghams, do Fancy Lawns, do Ginghams and Lawns, in dresses, anorted California Robes, do ' Cotton Velvets, - do Ribbons, do Regatta Linen, assorted; Book Muslins, do Bishop Lawns, do Curtain Muslins, do Madras Hdkfs, do Robe de Orleans, ' do Balzarines and sijfks, do Berages, Chusans, do ...