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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
BUSINESS CAJtDS. | A. J. GRAYSON, GENERAL DEALER IN MERCHANDISE, JV. E. corner City Hotel building, SAN FRANCISCO, U. C. " J. BAWDEN, Wholesale Commission Merchant AND IMPORTER, at the store foot of Broadway. 10-tf 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. 6-tf E. P. JONES, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. ?CF" Business entrusted to his care will receive prompt attention. San Francisco, Sept. 9, 1848. 6-tf SHERMAN is RUCKEL, General Commission Merchants, corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. San Francisco, Sept. 9, 1848. 6-tf c. v. gillespieT" Notary Public. Protests noted and extended. General and particular averages stated. STARKEY, JANION &amp; CO, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and Importers of Goods direct from England, the Atlantic ports of the United States and China. San Francisco, U. C. WARD &amp; SMITH, Gener...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
L. W. HASTINGS. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and ; . Solicitor in Chancery. ■ -San Francisco. Upper Cnlifornia. y 5 MELLUS &amp; HOWARD. H7 Wholesale and Retail Merchants. V . Store in Montgomery St, San Francisco. WILLIAM S.CLARK, Commission Merchant and General Auctioneer., ' At Ike Ship Wharf, fool of Broadway. ■ - San Francisco, U. C. 'I. L. everhart, T . FASHIOJYABE TAILOR, Montgomery, Street, San ( Francisco, U. C. HOOD &amp; WILSON. House Joiners and Ship Carpenters. Corner of Kearny and Pacific Sts. ." San Francisco. . r :,.;.,;: IS. R. BUCKkLEW. :/' / CLOCK SJWATCH MAKER,', &gt;' : ; ,? 'v Sign'"of the Watch, San Francisco. .-■.- ■'■■ JASPER O'FARRELIT" %■ ' Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor, By appointment of Col. R. B. Mason,' Gov. of California. (Office Portsmouth Square, San Francisco.) DICKS ON &amp; HAY, Wholesale and Retail Merchants, '■ AT ,THE BEE HIVE., i Agents for the collection of debts. San Francisco, U. C. .— NEW-GOODS. DE WI...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
NEW GOODS. Just arrived and now landing from the brig Tepic, the following assortment of new goods, viz : Pink Prints; striped ticks; bleached candlewick; Mousseline de Lame; black satteens; black Velveteen; blue do; bro. do: cold rib'd cantoon; Men's white Merino Pants; 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 Hinges; cask shoemaker's ware; hammers; hand Vices; coffee Mills; Flour; syrup; Bread; tin spoons; shoes; bandas; brandy; Port; assorted Fruits: spun bandana Hdkfs; Lama shawls; India Rubber braces; reel and skein cotton; Nary and two blue Prints, chrome Prints; green stripe prints; hite Quilting; printed sateens; India J'jans; vest shapes; men's brown cotton half Hose; Regatta shirts; white do: hots; mill saws; scissors; butcher's and cook Knives; pen mid pocket do: sailors' and .lack do; razors; pearl buttons: beer; S. I. sugar; Boof; tin Dippers; lam...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
To Our Patrons.—Last week, the readers of this paper were informed that the " Californian " would thenceforth pass into the hands of the present proprietors. Although the editorial department will remain under charge of the same person who has conducted it since the commencement of the present volume, yet it has been deemed necessary, on account of the change of ownership, to say something in regard to our future course. Premising that for the present we shall issue a weekly sheet, without any alteration of the former terms or day of publication, we would say that we do not enter upon this undertaking inexperienced in its duties nor ignorant of the responsibilities and importance attached to the station. A somewhat lengthened experience in many of the most popular and extensive offices of the States has made us familiar with the details of a newspaper establishment. The present rather limited extent of our material, necessarily cramps our exertions for the mechanical improvement of ...
ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
ITEMS. Shad are selling in Georgetown, D. C , for ten dollars a hundred, and herring for ten dollars a thousand. Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, one day in March last, licensed 178 young doctors to kill or cure. Omy country, how you will suffer. The old house in which Louis Phillippe lived in Philadelphia, has just been torn down. Sulphuret of carbon is said to have the same effect on the nerves as chloroform, but it has a very fetid smell. Anastatic printing is said to be successfully carried on in Philadelphia. An association has been formed in Missouri for the improvement of the navigation of Osage river. A new machine for watering the streets, called Rough and Ready has been invented in Philadelphia. A new method of curing defect in the eye sight by external pressure is said tc have been discovered in Boston. There are 100 vacancies under the new Police bill of Philadelphia, and only 1500 applicants for places. How happy every fifteenth man will feel when lie is appoint...
PROCEEDINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
PROCEEDINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL. San Francisco, Oct. 9th, 1848. At a meeting of members of the Town Council, present Messrs. W. S. Clark nnd E. P. Jones, and T. M. Leavenworth, Alcalde, B. Mowry, and B. R. Buckelew, members elect, appeared and being affirmed, took their seats as members of the Town Council of San Francisco. A quorum being present, viz: T. M. Leavenworth, Alcalde, Messrs. Clark, Jones, Mowry and Buckelew, the Council was organized and proceeded to business. Preamble and Resolution. Whereas, since the last meeting of this Council, W. A. Leidesdorff, an active member, has deceased, and as a suitable tribute of respect for the memory of the dead— Resolved, That the Alcalde be requested to adapt a suitable resolution, to be placed on file with the proceedings of the Town Council. Adopted. Upon the representation of the Alcalde, of the necessity for action upon the subject, the following resolution was passed. Resolved, That the Alcalde appoint a Constable temporarily, un...
For the Californian. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
For the Californian. Mk. Editor—The associate judges of the late election for Alcalde and Councilmen having neglected to make out and publish tho returns, I herewith furnish you the vote for publication. T. M. Leavenworth, 88 G. Hyde, 67 Scattering, 2 Whol« number for Alcalde, 157 For Councilmen, B. R. Buckelew, 120 B. Mowry, 118 C. V. Gillespie and scattering, 27 Whole number for Councilmen, 147 W. S. OLARK, one of the Judges of Election.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. (Short __________ ) PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. (Single ___________ ) ARRIVED. Oct. 9 -- Schr Ann, Maloy, 8 days from Astoria, with produce to C. L. Ross. Reports brig Henry, in the river, bound to this port in a day or two. SAILED. Oct. 8 -- Bark Mary Frances, Gould, for Honolulu and Tahiti. Bark Callao, Stevens, for San Diego and San Blas. 13 -- Bark Olga, Bull, leeward ports. UNDER DISPATCH. Brig Pacifico, Laurencel, for Canton on Monday. Brig Tepic, Luce, for Honolulu, Monday. Brig Julia, Moran, do do Brig Cayuga, Savage, Mazatlan, to-day. MEMORANDA. The schr Ann has been added to C. L. Ross' line of packets between this port and New Helvetia, which now consists of the Caroline, Wave and Ann. The Rainbow will change hands by auction immediately on her return from New Helvetia.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
DIED. In thin town, Oct. 1st, Joseph Burton, a native or Boston, and recently from the Sandwich Islands, aged about 30 years. (Single ___________ ) GRAPES -- GRAPES. Just arrived, per launch Comet, from Sonoma, a splendid lot of Grapes, and for sale cheap at the Clay street wharf, in large or small quantities. 11-c H.B. GRINNELL. (Singke ___________ ) LEECHES ! LEECHES! LEECHES ! ! For sale at Doctor Fourgeaud's Drug Store, Portsmouth square, 3000 Leeches, Copal Varnish, White Lead, Window Glass, Also, -- a large assortment of Medicines and Perfumery, 11-c
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
LAUNCH RAINBOW AT AUCTION. This day, (Saturday,) 14th inst., at half past 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 with the public and is in every respect a desirable vessel for parties connected with inland navigation to own. Terms at sale, probably gold dust at $16 per ounce. C. V. GILLESPIE. Auctioneer. FOR VANCOUVER'S ISLAND. The brig Belfast will sail in a few days for Port Victoria, Vancouver's Island. For freight or passage apply to the captain on board, or to WARD &amp; SMITH. (Break __________ ) FOR MONTEREY &amp; THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. [Clipper Ship Icon] The Laura Ann, will sail as above in all the ensuing week. For freight or passage apply to STARKEY, JANION &amp;. CO. or to Capt. THOMAS. (Break __________ ) FOR HONOLULU AND VALPARAISO. [Clipper Ship Icon] The brig Tepic will be dispatched for the above n...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
The following lines were written by Mr. John McPherson, on the death of a Mr. Henry Shields, to whom the writer was sincerely attached. They breathe the spirit of friendship, and he who can, read them without a pensive feeling for the unfortunate Shields, cannot appreciate the value of an honorable and dignified intimacy with a man. They are adapted to the plaintive but beautiful air of the " Soldier's Dream." Mr. Shields had shot himself accidentally on Mary's River, and this accident threw a gloom over the company on their journey from the»States, which may well be seen in the strain in which the writer indulges in his grief at the loss sustained.— Ed. Cal. Oh ! sweet was the morning—the sky was serene, Empurpl'd the mountains, that tower'd far and wide; The calm river flowed like a youth's happy dream, Reflecting the scene that we gaz'd on with pride. We all by the camp-fir* were seated, nor dream'd That danger nor grief could alloy our repose, The jest, and the laugh, told the m...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
CO-PA RTJSERSHIP DISSOLUTION. The co-partnership heretofore existing under the fiijm of GRAYSON &amp; PARKER, is dissolved by mutual consent. The business of the late firm will be settled at their old stand City Hotel Building-. A. J. GRAYSON, W. C. PARKER. San Francisco, Oct. 7th, 1843. 10-m ,A. J. UKAYSOiN would respectfully inform the citizens of San Francisco, that he las taken the store in the north east corner of the City Hotel Building, formerly occupied by Graysox # Parker, where he offers for sale a variety of seasonable Goods, among which will be found a large assortment of cast hollow ware, hand irons, nailg tin ware, crockery, segars chewing tobacco, tent cloth brown manta, bleached do champagne, liquors seidletz powders, prints striped prints for shirts, cremlins demins, umbrellas, hats and caps Italian black silk cravats shirts, pants and coats boots and shoes, looking glasses nursery lamps, gloves books, literary and scientific white cambric hdkfs and a variet...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 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 Portsmouth House, comprising in part a general variety of Hardware, Cutlery, Carpenter's and Miner's: Tools. Builder's' Materials, Glass Ware, Tin Ware; Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Hosiery, Domestics, 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, Shirts, &amp;c. i whioh 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. NEW STORE. : The subscriber respectfully informs the public that he has opened a store at New Helvetia,-near the residence of Capt. J. A. Sutter, where he has received the largest assortment of goods ever brought to the Mining district, co...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 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 i bark, opium,. laudanum, paregoric; calc. magnesia, jalup, rhubarb, ipecac; gum arabic, spt. nitre, hartshorn, sulphuric ether, syrup of sarsaparilla, senna, alum, flour of sulphur, extract of liquorice, camphor, saltpetre, sugar of lead, blue vitrol, tartaric acid, super i carb. of soda, red precipitate, calomel, ; corrosive sublimate, manna, seidlitz and soda powders, ..capsules of copaivi, castor oil, cream of tar ar, etc. Also, Brandreth's 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 cosmetic, oil of almond, cologne water, aqua de la Reina, agiia de Florida, etc, etc. The above and other articles to be had at DOCTOR FOURGEAUD'S Drug Store, 9-m Portsm...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 14 October 1848
CITY LOTS WANTED. Several Lots in the city of San Francisco wanted. Apply to W. C. PARKER. 9-tf N. E. corner City Hotel Building. CLERK WANTED. A person of steady habis and who has some knowledge of. business, wanted by the subscriber: C. L. ROSS. San Francisco. Sept. P.O. 10-Tt. O-tf HOPS! 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 the subscriber. FRANCIS HOEN, Brewer. San Francisco, Sept. 23, 1848, 8-'» — TEA. •;• - i "~ ' Young Hyson, Oolong' and Souchong, of the most recent importation, direct from China, for sale by C. V. GILLESPIE, . -. ". ! Portsmouth square. ' NOTICE. ' All persons 'indebted, to the kte THOMAS ADAMS, deceased, are requested to call at the Alcalde's office and settle the same. Those having claims : against- the deceased, are requested to present their claims on or before the 9th of November, 1848.., T. M. LEAVEN WORTH,': Alcalde, District ...
Fdv Ihr (.'alifornian NOTES OF TRAVEL FROM THE STATES TO CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 21 October 1848
For the Californian NOTES OF TRAVEL FROM THE STATES TO CALIFORNIA BY JOHN MC PHERSON. No. II. South Fork of the Platte. The crossing of the River was effected very satisfactorily, though considerable difficulty was predicted. The time occupied in crossing, was two hours and twenty minutes—number of waggons 39 — distance by the Ford, about a mile. We than travelled over. a beautiful bottom for about four miles. The river on our left was studded with small Islands, clothed in green, which served to give impetus to the hitherto placid stream. On cither Hide bluffs arose, which contributed to enhance the beauty of the scene. Our encampment was very prettily situated on the Rivers' left bank hard by a small Island, from which the company procured a few willows for fire wood. It was amusing to have noticed, how soon persons had learned to do without that, to which they had formerly been accustomed. In camp were individuals from tho Western States, who, when at home, prided in the comfort ...