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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. J BAWDEN, Wholesale Commission Merchant AND IMPORTER. at the store foot of Broadway. GRAYSON & PARKER, General Dealers in Merchandise, N. E. CORNER CITY HOTEL BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO. A. J. GRAYSON. WM. C. PARKER. T. R. PER LEE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, will attend to all business within the province of his profession. San Francisco, Sept. 9th, 1848. E. P. JONES, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. Business entrusted to his care will receive prompt attention. San Francisco, Sept. 9. 1848. SHERMAN & RUCKEL, General Commission Merchants, corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. San Francisco. Sept. 9, 1848. C. V. GILLESPIE, Notary Public. Protests noted and extended. General and particular averages stated. San Francisco. Sept 9, 1848. STARKEY, JANION & CO, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and Importers of Goods direct from England, the Atlantic ports of the United States and China. San Fran...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

WILLIAM S. CLAivK, 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 EVERHART, FASHIONABLE TAILOR. Montgomery Street. San Francisco, U. C. HOOD & 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'FARRELL. Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor, By appointment of Col. R. B. Mason, Gov. of California. Office Portsmouth Square. San Francisco,) DICKSON & HAY, Wholesale and Retail Merchants, AT THE BEE HIVE. Agents for the collection of debts. Snn Francisco. U. C. NEW STORE. ■ The subscriber has just opened a large assortment of New Goods per Rhone and Euphemia, in the north-west corner of the Portsmouth House, comprising in part a general variety of Hardware, Cutlery, Carpenter's and Miner's Tools. Builder'? Materials,...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

NEW GOODS. The subscriber has just received a large and extensive assortment of goods per late arrivals. i 50 cases 3-4 a 4-4 bleached shirtings, 150 bales 3-4 7-8 a 4-4 brown „', do 15 do do drills, 20 do blue drills, very superior, 5 cases bleached drills, IG bales ticking, 50 cases kremlins, 25 do Berkley checks, 15 do gambroons, 2 do plaid cottons, Beaverteen.H, moleskins and other pant stuffs in a great variety, Superior blue, blue blk a green broad cloths, Do do do do and fancy cassimerea, Tweeds and sattinctts, red and white flannels I 30 cases splendid prints, 1 do silks for dresses, Cashmere robes, mousselin de lames, ; Challeys. lacons, French berages, &c. for Lulu*' dreasaea — some very beautiful, Elegant shawls, • A large and elegant assortment of woolen and cotton hoiscry and gloves, ' Spool cottons, linen and cotton thread, ass'td, Woolen and cotton under shirts and drawers, A small lot of cheap clothing, Coals, pants, shirts, buttons. &.C., The...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

NEW GOODS. „; :V. .-;■.■' Just srrived and now landing from the brig Tepic, the following assortment of new goods, viz : • : A Pink Prints; striped ticks; bleached candlewick; Mousbeline' de Lnine; black satteens; black Velveteen; blue do; bro. do: cold rib'd cantoon; ; Men's white Merino Punts; white and brown cotton shirts; ; women's marble and gray Hose; do fancy cold Hose; hand saw tapers; mill saw ,' bast style; nails; weighing Machine;: ponchos; chest and T n Hinges; cask shoemaker's ware; hammers ; hand Vicos; coffee Mills; t Flour ; syrup; Bread; tin spoons;' shoes; ba'ndas; brandy ; Port; assorted Fruits: spun : bandana Hdkfs; Lama shawls; India Rubber braces; reel and skein cotton; Navy' and two blue Prints, chrome Prints; green stripe prints; Quilling; printed sateens; India Jeans; vest shapes; men's brown cotton half Hose; Regatta shirts; white do: hoes; mill saws; scissors; butcher's and cook Knives;' pen and pocket do: sailors' and Jack do; razors; pearl buttons; beer;...

Publication Title: Californian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

Tin: Ptiut.io Lands.— President Polk, ii» his late message to Congress: lias r<:cotiVmend^l that liberal grants of tinpublic lan<!s in tins country rind New Mexico be secured to; all our citizens wlio imve settled or may within a limited period settle within their limit?. This is a timely ami commendable remark of the President, and pne which we doubt not will be duly appreciated by those now within the: limits of California. A party has for some time been in orTxnnize'd existence in the United States, which under the title of JN *utional lic/orm: ir $, advocates the: broadest extension of individual privileges, and is more particularly strenuous in regard to the distribution of the > public lands, asserting that every landless' man who may desire it/ has a perfect right to claim a farm from the public ill .ii.:iiii. I 1 without money and without price." This arrangement would at once lose sight of the popular doctrine, l * the greatest good for the ...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
ITEMS OF FACT AND FANCY [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

ITEMS OF FACT AND FANCY 1 Major Samuel Vail, a veteran of Iho ) a war. during which ho held a .commission Captain in tho7.lb.Reg., U. 8 Infantry f^ {] a abort time since at Baton Kongo, I ja . „' " ' ii •) took an active part in the bottles at to Orleans. In Wipconflin.tho pchool fund, the interest of which m to bpHpplifd, first, t f > |} le |(j V port of common. ficbools innvcry *dj?t r j rl j the State, iin'i, secondly, to the in«inter, dnc J of academies and moral schools — j g lo list of the 500,000 ncrcg of school 'land.* granted to the States by tho act of lg.jj 'J' b per cent on the proceeds of tho land safe* nnd nil other property which may cornn i' the Stale by gilts, devise, or ■encheaf. '\\ ° common schools nrt* to bo throughout ih ' stntp, forever, free of charge, to every cb : !j or outh between the agi of four andivve' ty years. The Loke Ertc tr lrgrnp'i hris reached T ledo — westward this '.electric current take." its way. Tl Tennessee Leg bin lure* h?. s a...

Publication Title: Californian
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For the Lalifuriwm. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

For the Lalifuriwm. Mr. Editor. — Every one desiring th«» prosperity of San Francisco, "must admit that it if"! highly necessary to have nil the greets of ihe town mane passable^. especially Montgomery, which is one of the principal. The s hill oh Montgomery street. near tho house of the late Cnpt. Leidesdorii". is at present impassable for wagons or horses. The importance of having this street rendered passable will be more fully understood when it is known f bat its course will intersect tho bay considerably to the cant of the .mouth of Mission Creek, nnd the only good road to the Pueblo de San Jose, must pass by that way, the grading ;of which will be greatly facilitated by the completion of .Montgomery street/ I hope therefore, the inhabitants of .San .Francisco will reflect for a moment on this most important matter, and before the expiration of many .weeks will have removed the hill which is the gneat preventive of the improvement of our town. M. "Millions for de fence," us th...

Publication Title: Californian
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

A CARD. To the PußLip. — The undersigned having retired from the " Cnlifornian" newspaper establishment, and disposed of his interest in this journal, would respectfully thank the public for the patronage which has been bestowed upon the firm of J. D. Iloppe & Co. He would highly recommend the new firm, now the proprietors of the Cahfornian printing oflice, to the patronage of the public, behoving them to be in every respect worthy of it, and being practical printers from the best commercial newspapers of the States, eminently persevering and well qualified to conduct und continue the publication of a newspaper in this growing country. With the best wishes f. >r their success, llje advancement of San Francisco, find the prosperity of the Territory generally he has the honor ti> subscribe himself, the public's most cb't serv't. J. I). lIOPPn.

Publication Title: Californian
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. Oct. 4th—Peruvian brig Pacifico, Laurencel, from Canton and Hongkong via Monterey. 5th—H. R. A. Co. brig Ochotz, Klinkoffstrom, from Sitka, New Archangel. SAILED. Oct. 1—Brig Sabine, Hatfield, for Oregon City. 4 — Brigantine Louia Perry, Ellis, for Monterey. UNDER DISPATCH. Bark Callao, for San Pedro and San Blas, to-day. Bark Mary Francis, Gould, Honolulu, to-day. Bark Olga, Bull, for leeward ports on Monday next. Brig Malek Adhel, Hall, for Mazatlan to-morrow. Brig Tepic, Luce, Honolulu, next week. Brig Cayuga, Mazatlan, next week. MEMORANDA. Ship Sweden, hence, at Manilla 22nd May.

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

DISSOLUTION. The co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm of J. D. HOPPE & CO. - is this day dissolved by mutual; consent of the Undersigned, sole remaining partners of the above firm. Tho business of the late firm has been regularly transferred to our successor?, Messrs. Smli.dov, Foster if Weave it; with whom nil accounts must be settled. J. D. HOPPE, H. L. SHELDON. San Francisco, Oct. 4th, 1848. CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned have this day formed a co-partnership under the firm and style of SHELDON, FOSTER & WEAVER, The business to be transacted will be Book and Newspaper Publishing and general Letter Press Printing; HENRY L. SHELDON; BENJAMIN F. FOSTER; WILLIAM K. WEAVER. San:Francisico, U. C. Oct. 4th. 1848. A. J. GRAYSON, nCNF.RAL DEALER IN. MERCIIANDISi:, '<■ V E . corner City Hotel building, SAN FRANCISCO, U.C. FOR VANCOUVER'S ISLAND. Hj- The brie. Belfast will nail in a few $S&day.« for Port •■Victoria, Vancouver's' I...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

PUBLIC AUCTION. On Monday, 9th inst., at 10 a. m. at the warehouse of Messrs. Mellus & Howard, Montgomery street, An invoice of desirable Chinese and European Merchandize, per Peruvian brig ' Pacifico,' Laurencel, master, from Canton . and Hongkong, consisting of silks, grass cloth, chinaware, writing desks, rice paintings candy, umbrellas, tweed woolen and cotton socks side board -lamps, stationery copal varnish, pickles, wins bitter* i! perfumery, sauces, tobacco coffee mills, French brandy Raven's duck, paint, window glass lino watches and jewelry. '' — also— Manila rope and cheroots (cigars) old Java coffee in pica! bags Boston water buiscttit, in tin. t C. V. GILLESPIE, Auctioneer. \ San Francisco, Oct. 7. 1848. '■'* j LAUNCH BOW AT ALCIIUiN. ' On Saturday, 14th inst, at half paßt 3 p.m. on the Veranda of the City Hotel, .The well known fast sailing , Launch Rainbow. This launch has made. unprecedented short passages between this port and New Helvetia, is a favorite...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

The undersigned, having laid aside the pen and vacated the editorial chair. will now devote his entire attention to his accustomed employment. 'Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, and all other fine metallic work will be repaired in a good manner, with dispatch and on reasunable terms. 1-tf B. R. BUCKELEW. TO IMMIGRANTS. Immigrants wishing winter quarters for their families; can bo accommodated with peycrai small houses at Hai.o CiiiMUCK, situated on the N. W. bank of the Sacramento river, near its junction with the San jonquil); and about midway between San Francisco and the gold placero, at a point affording as good a market as any in California. Any amount of laud can be had for cultivation. The subscriber will furnish a Jot of hog», American milch cows, wheat and farming utensils. For further information, apply to Major P. B. Reading or John Bidwell, Esq., gold placero, or to the subscriber at this place. — also — Will lease for a number of yesrs, 10,000 ncres of first fate valley land, s...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

Clerk wanted. A person of steady habits, and. who lias some knowledge of ijusiiiesH* wanted by the subscriber. C. L. ROSS. Snn Fmncinco. Sept. 30. 184 R. : 9-tf MECHANICS and LABORERS WANTED, To whom the highest cash price will be, paid; I Mease enquire of the subscriber, nt the American House, or at the store of Messrs. Howard & Mellus. J. H. MERRILL. Snn Francisco, Sept 9,1848. r>-if -vvAiMTi-u ! Copies of the CALiFonniAfi Nos. 4 and 6, for which.a libornl price wMI be pnid at office, UlviiNiD 6rJi<.VHJl_';ol Hie Episcopal order will be held at the Public Institute every Snbbath at II ;a. M. un'il further notice "TEA. _ Young Hyson, Oolong and -Souchong, of the most recent importation, direct from China, for sale by C. V. GILLESPIE, Portsmouth square.;] HOPS! IlUPrf! Th« subscriber will pay the highest price for Hops, in large or small quantities. Atiy one having Hops which they wish ro dispose of will do well to call on the subscriber FRANCIS HOE...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 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. tnagnosia, jalup, rhubarb, ipecac, gum arabic spt. nitre; hartshorn, . sulphuric ether, syrup of pat ilia. Senna, slum, flour of sulphur, extract of liquorice, camphor, saltpetre, ittgar of lead, blue vitrol, tartnric acid, super carb. of soda; red precipitate, calomel, corrosive sublimate, manna, seidlitz and soda powders, capsules of co|»aivi, castor oil, cream of tnr ar, etc. Also, Brandt pills, opodeldoc' Columbian embrocation for rheumatism, etc, Turlington balsam, etc.; essences of aniseed, cinnamon, cloves, oriental dental lotion, cough lozenges, almond soap, military shaving soap, lilly white cf)srnetic, oil of almond, cologne water, aqua do la Reina, aqua do Florida, etc, etc. The above iind other articles to be had at DOCTOR FOURGEAUD'S Drug Store, 9— hi Portsmouth square...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 7 October 1848

CARGO OF AMERICAN SHIP RHONE consisting of the following merchandise-' own Domestics, 3-4 and 4-4; Bleached do do do Ticking, assorted; shifting stripes, assorted Blue Cords, do Cotton Duck; do Ravens do Bleached and brown Drills, assorted; Blankets do White and scarlet Flannel, do Canton do, do Prints, do Merinos, . do Suspenders, . { | o Thread, do Spool do do (01 meres, Vest ings, do Sattinetts, Ky. Jeans, do Tweeds and Beaverteens, do Stocks and Cravats, do Silk and cotton hdkfs, do Russia Sheeting, do Woollen and cotton Shawls, do Brocha and Terkpri do do Silk, fancy, plaid & dainotk shawls, assVd Merino and Hernia d o . Mouseline de Lain c*, assorted; Cashmere de Ecosse do Ginghams, do Fancy Lawns, do Ginghams and Lawns, in dresses, ns*ortrd 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 Ba'zarinfs and ssks, do - Berages, Chusans, do Alpaccas, B...

Publication Title: Californian
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848

CALIFORNIAN. "NO PENT-UP UTICA CONTRACTS OUR POWERS THE WIR)LF».U.\-BOUXDED CONTINENT IS OURS." Vol. 111. SAN FRANCISCO. U. C, SATURDAY^ OCTOBER 14, IS4S. No. 11.

Publication Title: Californian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848

Ilj~ Mr. John Me Pherson, recently arrived from the United States,has kindly handed us his Journal, kept while crossing the mountains, from which we are pleased to take extracts, as doubtless will be our readers to peruse them. Ilia description of scenery through which he passed, are graphic and animating, and the interest with which ho clothes the most common incidents of travel, keeps up the attention unflagging to the end. We are very much indebted to the young gentleman for having supplied us with material so interesting to our readers. We begin.our extracts with Independence Rock. The associations clinging to the very name of this stupendous monument of Nature's handiwork, aside from its own intrinsic grandeur, have stamped it as an object to be more anxiously looked for by the emigrant than nny other on his journey, save the place of his declination. It can lie easily ascended from the N. E. by a magnificent slope. Detatched musses? of gigantic dir mensions lay in confusion up...

Publication Title: Californian
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