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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

R. A. PARKER, Wholesale and Retail Merchant, Store in Clay street, San Francisco. MELLUS & HOWARD. Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Store in Montgomery St. San Francisco. L. W. BOGGS, Dealer in General Merchandise. Sonoma, Upper California. 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 appoimmeni of Col. R. B. Mason, Gov. of California. i (^ffic»» Pnrtsm^nih Square. Snn Francisco;) DICKS ON „ HAY, JVliolctaU and Retail .Merchants, AT THE BEE HIVE. Agent- for the collection of debts. San Francisco, U. C. m:w goods. Just received and for sale by MELLUo _ HOWARD, M r.rlrrnmPrr «lr< • N_U' iiUUU^. DE ITT b. HARRISON "ill open on Monday next, a large and pent*ral assortni ent of New Goods, just received per brig Belfast, from New York, which tlier nfff»r tn sell n»...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

NEW- YORK STORE. C. L. ROSS offers for sale at the corner of Montgomery and Washington street*, the following goods at scry low prices for coin, or placer cold, viz : York ti i- 1 . -'lilting stripes, kreuilins Berkley checks, bleached drills Gambmons and Other pant stulfa 3-4 an* 4-4 bleached and brown ■hcetings ad shiriings Satin jfiins, sonsnet silks Prune.-*, cigars, mustard, pepper Vinegar, friction matches, Slo. Tho above goods comprise the balance of purchase per " Mary Frances/ and are offered at remarkably low prices. Superior old Java coffee, rice geecn l< a, black tea at GO cts per ib molasses and nip tarred and Manila cordage, ass'td sizes Pt mik. till, cupboard and stock Locks, ■ ik, till, cuplinard nnd stock Locks, with an assortment of Hardware bite, black and green Paints, very low {jr;u-*.3 cloth lidkfi Bp« ii cotton ■•! superior quality Letter envelopes, port f'Muia. n i>oi;ii assortment of Hosiery billions, stationery, edgings jaconet and boo...

Publication Title: Californian
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LATER FROM THE STATES AND EUROPE! [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

LATER FROM THE STATES AND EUROPE ! We have been politely favored with the perusal of a letter from Monterey to a gentleman of this town, from which we gather some highly interesting and important intelligence. Two vessels had arrived at Monterey, by which intelligence had been received from Boston and Washington up to June 29. Money in Boston was scarce; 7 per cent, payed; stocks quoted at 10 per cent below par. The United States had sent a squadron to the " Musquito shore." to frustrate the British pretensions there. Martin Van Buren was a self nominated candidate for the Presidency, taking the anti-slavery kidc of the question. Hale of New Hampshire, was the abolition candidate. The election for Presidential doctors is to be held on the fame day in November throughout the Union. A !;. c bieumcr of 1500 tons has commenced running between NY. and N. O. The rumor which reached here some lime since, of bloodshed in Paris is crmd. In a conflict between the National GuKrris end tho f»c;...

Publication Title: Californian
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

PROCEEDINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL San Lrancisco, Oct. 23, 1318. ;f The Town Council met at the usual hour on Monday evening, the time of regular meeting. meeting being called to order, members present, were T. M. Leavenworth, Alcalde; Messrs. Clark, Jones, Mowry, yccKELcw, Howard and Parker. The bond given by Mr. Geo. C. Hay, the Town Treasurer, cJcct, was presented by yiT. Clark. After being read, upon motion for its acceptance, the ayes and noes being called, were — Aye? — Clark, Buckclcw, Mowry. Noes — Joaes, Hownro, Parker. The chairman betag called upon for the casting vote, said if the Bond had seals sfiixed, ho would ipprovo of it, but it being unsealed, he could r.ot. Upon motion for reconsideration — Ayes — Buckelexv, JMovrry. Noes — Clark, Jones, Howard, Parker. Upon motion, by Mr. Jones — R^olvcdbj the 7 y oiniCouncil, That Mr. G. C.fHay, the Town Treasurer, furnish a new bond, as the one now presented is iuformal. Ayes and n — Ayes — Jones, Howard, Parker. Aoes — Clark, Bu...

Publication Title: Californian
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.« Californian [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

For the Californian. Mr. Editor.—In one number of your paper you copy a paragraph from three several papers in the United States in relation to the bill which was before the Senate for the appropriation of seven hundred thousand dollars to be applied to the payment of the debts contracted by Col. Fremont and others in the first part of the war in California, all of which paragraphs state that "the greater portion of the debt was contracted before the hoisting of the United States flag by Com. Sloat, at Monterey." You copied them without comment, and persons reading it would take it as an admission that it was true; that Col. Fremont, in a private quarrel with Jose Castro, had incurred an expense of near half a million of dollars and urged the war with Mexico as an apology for taxing the United States with the expense, while nothing could be more foreign from the truth. ¶ As you were not in the country at the time, I hope you will excuse a "Bear Flag" man for offering some comment an...

Publication Title: Californian
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Uu Calithrnian. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

For the Californian. Mr. Editor: — short article in the las: nimbtT of your paper has attracted mv ittention particularly, it is headed "Home.'' \Vhen perusing that paragraph I was transported to the summit of Ben Nevis, and igain scudded over the bosom of Loch Lomond with the setting sun throwing hi* effulgent rays over the placid lake, which reflected the glorious scenery around. Home! home? "Be it ever so humble, there is no placo like home." Wherever man wanders — it matters not whether in zdversity or prosperity, under the genial smile of a September sun or the frigid frown of a Lapland winter — in "tune, in distress, he will cling to the individual who can even tel! of his home. The thousand associations of his childhood and his boyhood will instantly arise before him, and those very reminiscences so endear; to voluntary exiles will invest that individual wit . an interest akin to affection. But I now tread on the spot of my adoption — California — a great additioal root to th...

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

MARINE INTELLIGENCE PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. Oct. 26 -- Schr Kamehameha III, Carter, 26 days from Honolulu, with passengers. Reports the Haalilio, Singapora, S S, and the Honolulu, to sail soon for this port. SAILED. Oct. 22 -- Brig Belfast, Jordan, Port Victoria, Vancouver's Island. UNDER DISPATCH. Bark Flora, Wilbur. New London, Conn. 1st Nov. Brig Julian, for Honolulu, to-morrow. Brig Mary Ann, Bodega and Mazatlan soon. U. S. S. Lexington, for New York next month, offers to take treasure on freight. MEMORANDA. Schr. Honolulu, hence at Honolulu 29th ult, 17 days. The Tsar, Kennedy, from Boston via Tahiti, arrived at Honolulu 19th Sept., would sail for Boston 1st Nov. with a full cargo of oil, bone. &c. U. S. S. Independence, Com. Shubrick, sailed from Honolulu for the Atlantic coast 20th Sept. via Tahiti and Valparaiso. Monterey, Oct. 24 -- In port, bark Olga, bound south. Ship Izaak Walton, of New York, laid up, deserted by all hands except master.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

Vi.il At Benecia City, on the !2th Oct., John O'Brien, a native of the United States, who has resided several years in California, married a California lady and had several children who reside at Santa Barbara. Mr. O'Brien was taken sick at the gold mice, his comrades al#o being all sick, he was left dependent upon strangers for attent.on, who brought him down in a launch with all the attention his own relatives could beslov.*. Near Benecia thei found him geting worse when he was taken on shore. to the residence of Major Cooper; whero he also received the kindest attention until bis death, which occurred on the next day. Mr. O'Brien a is an excellent man and highly respected by those who knew him. — Com. FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD. A reward of Five Hundred Dollars Cash, will be paid .or the apprehension and delivery of the person of PETER RAYMOND, charged with the Murder of John R. Yon Poster, to the Alcalde at Suiter's Fort, or to the commanding officer of cither of the Military P...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

BREAD AND CAKE BAKERY. The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of San Francisco that he has taken the Bake House in the rear of Washington Market, and intends devoting his time permanently in this place to the Baking of Bread and all kinds of Pastry. Understanding well his business, he will endeavor to please all as regards the size and price of his Bread, and trusts for liberal encouragement on the part of the community; He will commence the delivery of bread on Monday next-, 3(Jlh inst. All orders for pastry, etc. for pnrtics, will be punctually attended to. CARL >TTOUR. Snn Francisco. Oct. 28, liJ4 f i. 13— tf EDMONDSON k ANjJi.KSON~ Butchers and Provision Dealers, Centre Market, Have a launch constantly running to all parts of the Bay shore; by which means they will keep their customers supplied with all the delicacies of tho season. ~ CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. The public are respectfully informed that the subscribers have taken a store in Suiter's Fort, New He...

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For ihe Californiim, INDEPENDENCE ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

For the Californian INDEPENDENCE ROCK. INDITED ON ITS SUMMIT BY J. M. Majestic structure ! stand For travellers to admire; And in this desert land Poetic thoughts inspire; A way-mark on the plain, A watchtowcr for the foe, To note the miles to gain, Or search the vale-below. (Break) Thy bold gigantic form On granite settled fast, Defying age and storm. Or tempest threatening blast; In lonely grandeur here For ages still the same; Nor revolutions fear -- Deserving of thy name! (Break) Majestic structure! stand Unto the end of time, To nature's forming hand A monument sublime! I love on thee to gaze, Thy grandeur I admire; And with this passing praise Reluctantly retire. An editor on the Mississippi declares that some of the young women who pass by his villngo on the arks iv the river, are perfect divinities. [Can't the Hoosier editor send a few of those ark angels to this El Dorado — tho Paradise of tho western continent — consigned to our devil, as angels of every kind arc very scar...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

$5,000 REWARD. WILL be paid for the apprehension of PETER RAYMOND, the murderer of John R. Van Pfister, or for his head, in case he cannot be taken prisoner. The following is the description of said RAYMOND : Height, about 5 feet 7 inches — Hafr, Brown — Complexion, Dark — and is very robust and stout in statute, has a down cast look and places great emphasis on his words when conversing. He is well known to the old residents of the country. The above reward of $5,000, will be paid on his delivery (or that of his head), at the office of the Alcalde. San Francisco, Oct. 21, 1848. — ff NEW GOODS. Just arrived and now landing from the brig Tepic, the following assortment of new gooda, viz : Pink Prints; striped ticks; blenched candlewick; Mousi-elino de Lame; black satteens; black Velveteen; blue do; br«>. 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 M vie ; ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 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 Pomtsmouth House, comprising in part a general variety of Hardware, Cutlery, Carpenter's and Minor's Tools, Builder's Materials, Glass Ware, Tin Ware, Boots, Shoes, Hots, Caps, Bonnets, Hosiery, Doomestics, Tweeds, Prints, Toweling, Plated and G. S. Spoons, Combs and Brushes, Spades and Shovels, Rifles and Pistols, Saddies and Bridles, Steel, &.c. Also, a large and complete assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, of ail descriptions, Blankets, Shirts, &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. NEW STORE. The subscriber respectfully informs the public that he has opened a store at New Helvetia, near tho residence of Capt. J. A. Sutter, where he has received the largest assortment of goods ever brought to the Mining district, consisting in ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

J9!*S^ Thk undersigned, huy-J .-'J>^V/T*\ jj'4 hiid osido tlibpen and J* vacated editorial chair,! f\ iis^ laid aside the pen and f -») vacated (he editorial chair, |l(/<5. Ns uK% w *" now devoto his entire ),?,%%£.s attention tv his accustom--jpSsfls**' ed employment. Watches, Clocks, Jcvr^Liir, nnd all other lino metallic work will be repaired in n good manner, with dispatch and on reasunable terms. 1-tf R R. BUCKELEW. J«ssd6^ BOOTS & SHOES. -^ -r^'ig^ The undersigned would respectfully notify the public that he has established a Boot and Shoe Manufactory in the building corner of JuckHou and Montgomery streets, where all orders in hi.-* line will be thankfully received at prices to suit the. limes. ffl*m ANTHONY WELTER. San Francisco, Oct. 7. 18 18. 10-tf FOR THE UNITED STATES. £hr. The fine fast sailing coppered and S3&?opjier fastened bark Flora, J. P. Wilbur, master, will bo dispatched for New London, Conn, about the Ist of Novembe...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 28 October 1848

CLERK W \-.Ti.!>. A person of steady hnbtts and « ho h a » some knowledge of bnsine33, wanted by th« subscriber. q j v ROSS Sun Ff ancisro. Snpt . 50, JB4O, r,_, f vvanteK A person to attend to the cleaning and feeding of two horses; also cutting wood and drawing water for ii small fainilv, Time required, one hour early in the rnornl ing, and » half hour in the evening . To a person who will perform those duties faithfully, which will not interfere with ihe usual daily labor, 15 dollars per month will be paid Apply at this office. j ]„.(• CAUTION 7 All person* ore hereby cautioned against removing or in any way interfering, under penalty of the law with' the Gonts'ori YerIm Buena Island, in the harbor of Ssn Francisco, they being the property of the undersigned. NATHAN SPEAR WM. H. DAVIS. San FrnncMnn. O''t. 11, 184P, 11-h - — NOTICE. . Alt person^ indebted to the late THOMAS ADAMS, deceased, are requested to call at the Alcalde's oflice and settle tlie same. Those having...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

CALIFORNIAN. " no peny up utica contracts our powers — the whole unbounded continent is ours." SAN FRANCISCO, (UPPER CALIORNIA,) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1848. Vol. III. No. 14-

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I For the Culiforii'ut,^ II CALIFORNIA CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

For the Californian. No. II. CALIFORNIA CLAIMS. Mr. Editor, — Fremont claims that by his commencing military operations, to secure the independence of California, and the results growing out of it, he put a stop to the hurried and illegal grants, made by the Californian authorities. Most of the witnesses testify to the same opinion, grounded upon declarations made by the inhabitants, and circumstances occurring: and developed at the time. It appears that a junta assembled at Santa Barbara, evidently for the express purpose of giving a legitimate character to. the proceedings of the government, and that all the members except one declared the necessity of appealing to the British crown, for protection, the dissentient member, M. G. Vallejo, preferring the U. S. To this assembly, or another about the. same time, were submitted the plan of colonization proposed by Macnamara, the papers respecting which were found among the public archives by Fremont, and conveyed by him to the U. S. an...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. A. J. GRAYSON, GEXF.HAL DEALER IN MERCHANDISE, .V E. corner City Hotel build SAN FRANCISCO. U. C. ~ J. BAWDEN, Wholesale Commission Merchant A'V IMPORTER. at the store foot of Brotidwav. 10— T. R. PER LEE, ~~ tirjaej and Counsellor at Law, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERT, will attend to all business within the province of his profession. San Francisco, Srpt. 9th, 1843. 6-tf E. P. JONES, Attorney and Counsellor at Lan, and SOLICITOR. IN CHANCERY ICP Business entrusted to h'i3 care will receive prompt attention. San Francisco, Sept. 9. 1848. 6-tf SHERMAN & RUCKEL, General Commission Merchants, corner of Clay and Montgomery streets. San Francisco, Sept. 9, 1848. ' 6-tf . C. V. GILLESPIE, Notary Public. Protests noted and extended. General and particular averages stated. STARKEY, JANION A, CO, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and Importers of Goods direct from Eng- . . land, the Atlantic ports of the United : States and China. San Francisco, U. C. WARD b SMITH, » General Comm...

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