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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
BUSINESS CARDS. GiiAYSors dLTAIIKbIR, General s Dealers in ]\Lrrch.an.dise, K. E. COSNEU CITY HOTEt; : BUILD IKO, SAN FRANCISCO. A. J. GttAT3O?», ; TTM. C. r 'P.CEB. • B— Jf T. KJPER LEE, Attorney and ' asjorffnr at Lciis, *&gt;'» SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, »21 attend to ail business within the province of his profession. San Francisco. Srpt. 9th.; IH. 6-tf E. P. JONES, « Attorney end Counsellor cl Lzis, end SOLICITOH I" CUA^CEHT. fCT 3 * Business entrusted to his care will receire prompt attention. San Francisco. Sept. 9, 1343. r -tf SHERMAN If RUCKEL, General Ccmrtiinsion -Merchants, corn-er of Clay and INlooJjroraery streets. San Francisco, Sept. 9,1*843. 6-tf cT^Tglllespie, Notast Public. Protests noted and [extended. General and particular averages stated. San Francisco. Sept. 9, llZ'iS. 6-tf bTAKKEV, J ANIUN &amp; CO, ~ COMMISSION' MERCHANTS, lad Importers cf Good 3 direct from England, the Atlantic ports of the United States and C^iina. iSa;i Francisco/ L C. WARD ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
DR. W. C.PARKER Offers his services to the 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, San Francisco. L. W. HASTINGS. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ond Solicitor in Chancery. Bam Frnnrmo. Upper. California, r 5. L. EVERHART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Montgomery EStreet, San Francisco, V C. HOOD &amp; WILSON, House Joiners and Ship Carpenters. Corner of Kearny and Pacific Sts. San Francisco. B. R. BUCKELEW CLOCK WATCH MAKER, Sign of the Watch, San Francisco. JASPER O'KARRELL. Civil Engineer and hand Surveyor, By appointment of Co!. R. B. son, Got. efCaliforni i. (Office Portsmouth Square, Sao Francisco.) TAILORING. The Subscriber will make nil kinds of citizens Clothing in the most approved' Style. — AJ.-o, Military Clothing according^ to I. in Rnd with elegance. Will- aUo, teach the science and art of cutting, t...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 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 the 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 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 the ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 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. 7-tf. 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 importedinto California; white cottons; ; cotton and silk hdkfs.; printed muslins; merinos; linen Britanias and catillas, creas, Russian sheetings and crcguelaa ' 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 £4 lbs Embroidered crape shawls V Crape Banoas, asso...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
The Approaching Election has assumed a new form by the order of Governor Mason for the election of two Common Councilman to fill the vacancies in that body. We say a new form, because in the election for Alcalde alone the question appeared to be what man shall we have, all the candidates for that very respectable office being supposed to be equally capable of fulfilling its duties, while in the election for Councilmen it behooves as to consider what measures we shall have,; if any. To secure the accomplishment; of something by the Council, men should be selected to fill the vacancies who will remain in town during the season, as well as men who have an interest in the growth of the place. There are many matters of importance which. will undoubtedly present themselves to the attention of the Council in their deliberations, demanding speedy and energetic, action. An efficient police is to be organized, to insure order and the protection of property on shore, and to act in conjunction ...
FROM THE EAST [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
FROM THE EAST. From the States we have files to the middle of July. The papers contain the arrival home of the Regulars and Volunteers from the late seat of war. Their health was generally good, but the Cincinnati Chronicle says that companies H, E, G and I, of the Michigan Volunteers passed through Cincinnati on their way to Detroit, and that 20 men died on the passage from New Orleans to that city, and four more while going from the river to the canal. A man by the name of William Smith, was arrested in New Orleans, charged highway robbery, having snatched from the hands of John Kelly, of the Louisiana Volunteers, his discharge. The Washington Union publishes an official army order, wherein the President directs it to be announced in 'general orders, ' that deserters from the army at large, may peaceably return to their homes, without being subject to punishment or trial on account of such desertion. The Washington Intelligencer states that were present at the laying of the Washin...
FROM EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
FROM EUROPE Italy. — Our dales from Italy are up to April 21. From the Italian journals we learn that the Piedmontese army consists of 145,000 regular disciplined troops. The right wing of the army is supported by a body of six thousand volunteers, some of whom have thrown themselves into the Tyrol to cut off all retreat. The left wing of the Sardinian army is commanded by the Tuscan general Ferrari, he having crossed the Po with 8000 men, partly troops of the line, and partly volunteers. General Durando is advancing by forced marches, with sixteen bailalliona of Roman and Swiss troops, and two regiments of cavalry, and trail expected to cross the Po on the 20th of April, but it is not known whether he was to join General Yucchi in the Venetian territory, to prevent Gen. Nugent from joining Uadetzsky. or whether ha was to join the main army to give battle. Volunteers Hock daily to the Picdtnontesc standard. Germ int. — Baron ' .■..;■• the leader of the German movement for reform, an...
MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. Sept 28th, Hawaiian schr. Julia, Moran. fm Hongkong via Honolulu. The Julia was 52 days to Honolulu, whence she sailed on the 3d instant. SAILED. Sept 23d, Chilean brig Trovador, for Mazatlan. IN PORT. Ships Huntress, for Shanghae; Rhone, for Peru. Barks Callao, for Mazatlan, next week; Mary Frances, Honolulu, do; Olga, leeward ports, do, Janet; Flora, (whaler.) Brigs Sabine, for Oregon City, today; Belfast, Victoria, Vancouver's Island next week; Tepic, Honolulu, do; Malek Adhel, Mazatlan, do; Cayuga, do do; Laura Ann. VESSELS EXPECTED. Undine, from New York: Mary, Kamschatka: Starling, Oregon: Mary Ann, Mazatlan: Henry, Oregon: Pacifico, Monterey, and bound to China.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
MARRIED. In this town, on Sunday evening last, by the Rev. C. S. Lyman, Mr. George W. Egleston to Miss Phoebe Moses, all of San Francisco. Without mentioning the champagne, we acknowledge the receipt of a bountiful slice of cake with the above. May their shadows never be less in the land, and may others "go and do likewise." At Sutter's Fort, in Upper California, on the 19th of July, 1848, by John Sinclair, Esq., Alcalde for the District of the Sacramento. LANSFORD W. HASTINGS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, to CHARLOTTE CATHARINE TOLER, daughter of H. Toler, Esq. all of San Francisco.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
DRUGS, PERFUMERY, Etc. Just received- per brig " Belfast " from New York, a fresh supply of DRUGS, PERFUMERY, etc. 1000 lbs. Epsom salts, sulphate quinine, Peruvian bark, opium, laudanum, paregoric, calc. magnesia, jalup, rhubarb, ipecac, gum arabic, apt nitre, hartshorn, sulphuric ether, svrunof sarsapnrilla, senna, alum, flour of sulphur, extract of liquorice, camphor, saltpetre, sugar of lead, blue vitro!, tartoric ncid, super c;irl&gt;. of soda, red precipitate, calomel, corrosive sublimate, uiiiniiii, seidlitz and soda powders, capsules of copaivi, castor oil, cream of tartar, etc. Alao, Brandreth's pills, opodeldoc, Columbian embrocation tor rheumatism, etc, Turlington balsam, etc.; essences of nuiscod, cinnamon, cloves, oriental dental lotion, cough lozenges, almond aoap, military shaving soap, lilly white cosmetic, oil of almond, cologne water, aqua dc la Retna, aqua de Florida, etc,: etc. »The above and other articles to bo had at DOCTOR FOURGEAUD'S Drug Store, 9— m...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
PUBLIC AUCTION. This Day, (Saturday,) at 3-1/2 o'clock p. m. On the Veranda of the City Hotel, Portsmouth Square, The coppered and copper fastened Brigantine Correo de Valparaiso, 110 tons register; as she now lies in this harbor. This vessel is of large capacity, draws but little water when laden, and is therefore suitable for inland navigation. Can be examined at any time on application to Captain on board. Inventory can be seen on application to — also — At the panic time and place, 50 barrels American Mess Beef; 1 chronometer C V. GILLESPIE, Auctioneer. -- -~~~ new GOODsT" The following articles per brig 'Belfast,' viz: High cold satin ribbons do do fig'd do Rich silk shawl* cashmere shawls cold silk cravats; do silk pocket hdkffl. ;t black silk cravats; do do series bleached sheetings; brown do blue denims; blue dongareo. white, drillings; new style prints Ladies' and morocco shoes children's shoes ladies' tide combs; ladies braid do super quality Paris made boots 11 '• , paten...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
DISTRICT OF SAN FRANCISCO, '" UrPEB CAt.JFOnMA, V, }. '■" UNITED STATES OF 'AMERICA. The undersigned, on th«Gth imt. received a dispatch from His Excellency Col. R. 13. 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. Giljespio, K. H. Diminick, .las. C. Ward, and Win. S. Clark, as "Judges and Inspectors of Election" by appointment of His Excellency tho Governor, therefore hereby giro notice that an election for the o'.lice of First 'Alcalde of the district of San Francisco,' will bo held at tho School House; in the city of San Francisco, on Tuesdat, the i 3rd of October next, between the hours of 10 a. m and 1 p. at. and '3 p. m. and 6 r. M. • " Votes will only ho received from actual residents of the District,' including Caliiornians, unless they give no...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
1S NEW STORE- ■'■;" ' The subscriber respectfully informs the public thnt he has opened n store on the American Fork, near tho rcHidence of Jno. St. ('lair, Esq. where he has received the largest assortment of goods ovcr.bi ought to the Mining district, consisting, in part ol Dry Goods, Groceries, Liquors, Tin Ware, he. &amp;.c. ■;" '.' '■ i ' ■'■■•' '■ ■ •- From his facilities it. making purchases, he flatters himself that he can supply trader. 1 ; and others upon as good terms as any establishment in California. SAM'L NORMS, American Fork, Sept. S3, 1848. \ 8-tf UOIVS! HOPS !:' The subscriber will pay the highest price for Hops, in large or small quantities. Any one having. Hops which they wish to dispose of will do well to call on tbo siibsciibcr. FRANCIS HOEN', Brewer.. Son Francisco; Sept. 23, 1848, .C-b f~~ v. ROBERT A. PARKER, Has just received at his store on Clay street, a large and heavy slock of Goods, \\J"«:h he Offers for sale nt very low prices lor Plucero gold...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
. ;.. NKW STORK. The subscriber' has just opened, a largo Assortment of New Goods per Rhone and [Euphe'inia, in (ho north-west corner of the Ponrs?iot;ni . Housb, comprising in part a general variety of . Hardware, Cutlery, Carpenter's . Miner's Toots, Builder's Materials, Ware, Tin Ware, Boots, 'Shoes,' Half, Cops, Bonnets, Hosiery ,.Dotniesticfl, Tweeds, Prints, 'J'oweliup, Plated and G. S. ; Spoons, ', Combs nnd Brushes, Spades and Shovels, Rifles' and Pistols, Saddle* and Bridles,; Steel, See. Also, a large and complete nasqrf merit of ItEAPT MAI)E.Cr.OTIIIK«, of, air descriptions, Blankets, ' Shirts, &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. . The .subscriber has the . |ileasuie i" inform his friends' and the public thai he has. appointed Mr. PETER T. SH ERRBECK bis agent for receiving freight or transacting any other business lor the launch owned by J. A. SUTTER, E...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 30 September 1848
CARGO OF AMERICAN SHI P RHONE, consisting of Ibo following merchandise : Brown Domestics, 3-4 and 4-4; pleached 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, &lt;!&lt;. Canton (I ". do Prints, cVi Merinos, do Suspenders, do Thread, do Skein cotton, do Spool do f\&lt;&gt; Cnssimercs, Vesting!" ,' do Sattinetta, Ky, Jean?*, da .;■; Tweeds and rnrei ens, i! ( , i Stocks nnd Cray 6o&gt; t Silk. and cotton lidkiit, ' do Russia .Sheeting, ,&gt;,, Woollen and cotton Shawls, d'» Brocha nnd Terkeri do to Silk, fancy, plaid &amp; damask shawls, assVd Merino and Hernia do ' ' Mouseline de Lames, nsgoitoii; Cashmere dc Ecosse An Ginghams, do Fancy Lawns, d«» Ginghams and Lawns, in drcsse*, assorted California Robes, (j 0 Cotton Vel yets, do Ribbons, . do Regatta Linen, 8.«.«&lt;-, r fprl; Book'Miis...