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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

R. A. PARKER, Wholesale and Retail Merchant, c in Clay street, Sa« 1 i\(!>cn. MELLUS fie HOWARD. Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Store in-Montsromeru Si,. San Francisco . L . W. BOGGS. ■ Dealer in General Merchandise. Sonoma. Utsprr California. HOOD *V. W ILSO.N. House Joiners and Siiip Carpenters. Corner of Kearny and Pacific Sts. ! • r Snn Francisco. B. IL i;rciv«-.LK\v. CLOCK WATCH MAKER, Sijin of the Watrh.- San Francisco: JASPER O'F ARRBLL. Civil Engineer and Land Suneyar, By appointment of Col. R. B. Mason, Go*. of California. {OMire Portsmouth Square. San Franci « DICKS ON ie H A V . ■ Iffiolcsalc and Retail Merchants, AT THE BEE HIVE. Agents for the collection of debts. ; San Francisco. L. C. EDMONDSON & ANDERSON, BuTciiEns and Provision Dealers, Centre M irk«»i. L. W. BASTIJfG S. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery : OfTiep in San Francisco, U. C. -\ i^. »v km<mJs ON will open on Monday next, a !ar«je and general assor...

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 — 4 November 1848

WASHINGTON MARKET. -rT^r^ The subscribers would respectfully 2££3sL_ inform the public, that they are, as usual, prepared to furnish them, at the above eslablishincnt, with all the delicacies of the season, in the shape of Vegetables, Fruit, Jtc. Sec,, together with a constant supply of excellent fresh and corned Beef and Pork. /Thanking. their friends for their former liberal- patronage, they would hopu for a continuance of the same, bavins secured the service* ol excellent butchers, and being de tenntned to omit nothing which shall conduce to the accommodation of customers. GEORGE. W. EGLESTON it Co. San Francisco, Oct. 21, 1848. 12-tf CENTRE MARKET, corner of Washington and Montgomery sts. *%9<Z*pr.-? ■, •?i ) l' n *H9. t ! ie New York Store. O^t^^z^if The undersigned have the i-^fy?!^i pi oas0 asu re to announce to the cit*SßSfM|^m i^ons of San Francisco, that 1 they have opened a MARKET nt the above *ia:ui which they will conduct on the NEW YORK PLAN, and intend keep...

Publication Title: Californian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

California and tub Hawaiian Kingdom. — We have received files of the Polynesian and Sandwich Islands Newt op to the date of the sailing of the Honolulu. A largo portion of the columns wf both papers are filled with correspondence and editorials concerning California; both editors appear to Imve left oft* quarrelling with each other, and ore amazingly prolific of opinions concerning the growing greatness of this territory and the consequent effect upon the Islands of having such ago ahead neighbor. Him of the Polynesian lakes up the cudgels and severely berates the powers that be. Urging the speedy extension of a liberal policy towards applicants for lands, in hopes no doubt that some retired gold digger may be enticed thereby, and settle upon those " sunny isles of the sea,'* thus keeping them from falling altogether into oblivion a contingency which the present appearances strongly indicate. The " News " seems to exult over the general emigration, and ?»t &£ same time q...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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For thr Cahfumxnn THE SLAVE QUESTION AS APPLIED TO CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

For thr Cahfumxnn THE SLAVE QUESTION AS APPLIED TO CALIFORNIA. Ma Editor — I* it necessary that we should have slave labor that the agricultural interests of California, may prosper? No, decidedly not. But it mny bo urged that some experienced residents who have seen its advantages in th» southern and western States, say that the agriculturalist, the landed capitalist rat; do nothing here without it, as without doubt for i length of Urn* to come, the mines will yield n rich harvest to the digger,, and free labor nil! rathei employ itself in the mines at £ 0 per day than be employed on a farm at $-2. They are right in their conclusion, but the necessity to employ slave labor does not follow. For a year or two we must be supplied from abroad with all the products of farming operations. Nay, for two or even three years, we must submit to it; but, in the meantime let the farmer, and the intending farmer, the large landed proprietor nnd the small one, be busy in their endeavor* to get by...

Publication Title: Californian
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For the Cnlifarnutn [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

For the Cnlifarnutn Mr. Editou i — Having succeeded in February, 1847, after repented and urgent solicitations to the linn authorities, in having the survey of the town changed from an oblique form to that of the present rectangular plan, causes me to hope that another measure, perhaps not much less important; might be adopted by the present or future authorities of San Francisco, if properly proposed for their consideration through your valuable org-au nf 'manifold tongues. As strong westerly winds prevail at this place from seven to eight months in each year, it would appear that a mode of proventing their violence, in a great measure, 1 from racing through the town, would bo acknowledged as sufficiently beneficial to insure iN adoption. To condense my words to as few in number as possible, I have made tho hasty cut which is here inserted; to illustrate the plan proposed. West: Iv surveying the lands on the west of tho present survey i would suggest that it be done in the manner s...

Publication Title: Californian
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

PROCEEDINGS OF THE TOWN COUNCIL. San Francisco. CM. 30, 18 18. The Council of the Town of ', a n FranciMco did not sit at the itppointcd lima and place as no quorum was present. Tho next regular meeting will be held on the first Monday in November. M. L. CALLENDER, Clerk of Council. W ■LUUitoata, — " \ on more embrace before we part,' as the bear said to the hoy " I have takfii some panes to come in." as tin* toper said to the publican, n< h - drove his head through the window. "How irresistibly killing, you are," as the thief said to the hangman when be tied the rope to his neck. 11 I liko your prtmists better than your conclusions," as tho culprit said when the sheriff took him from custody to be hanffed. " You are more familiar than agreeable,' as tho debtor said when the constable clapped him on the shoulder. '•Inane, can you describe a bat ?" (> Vr* sir, he's a living insect, about the size of a •topple; has India rubber win;:* and I shoestring tail; he se...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

MARINE INTELLIGENCE PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. Oct. 28 — Brigantine S S, Taylor, 22 days from Honolulu, with 40 passengers. 29 — Schr. Honolulu. Newell, 18 days from Honolulu, with passengers. U. S. T. bark Anita, Woodworth, 8 days from Monterey. SAILED. Oct. 28 — Schr. Julian, Moran, for Honolulu, 18 passengers. 31 — Bark Flora, Wilbur, for New London, Conn. VESSELS IN PORT. H. H. M. schr Kamehameha lll, Carter, for Honolulu, to-day. Schr Honolulu, Newell, for Honolulu 6th inst. Ships Huntress, Spring, for Shanghae; Rhone, Hill, West coast of South America; Br. Barks Janet, Dring; U. S. T. Anita, Woodworth; Joven Guipuscoana, ——— ; brigs R. A. Co's Ochotsk, Klinkoffstrom, for Sitka; Euphemia, Cooper, Mazatlan, soon; Fr. New Perseverance, Boyer; Mary Ann, Hussey, Honolulu, Tuesday; Laura Ann, Blanchard, for Mazatlan; soon; Fr. Courier de Valparaiso, Armaud; Valez, Whitaker; S S, Taylor. MEMORANDA. Ship Izaak Walton, sailed from Monterey 28th ult. for Callao. E. & H....

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

MAKUII n . On Sunday evening last, by El ler Jolin Serrine, Capt. J. P. VVilsub, of New Loudon, Conn to Mi3.j Abcahoa I lon , of Norwich, Conn di ■ i> In ihis town, on Monday l.n*t, stthe City Hot*!, of ffver, >ir. William MoDonalo. 55 years, formerly a merchant of ibis town, but more recently at S'i!t«-r's Fort, where ho contracted the fatal disease. At the City Hotel, on Tuesday evening las!,J\MF.s Bastlaw, a^'rd sbout 47, a naiivt- oi" England, and rooently fromHonoluiu, S. 1 In this town, on,Tu«sday, 3l*t uit.. Henry H Sargcxt, of Now London, Conn., formerly of New Hampshire, snd recently ::i the employ of 3lessr». Knboni, Ltiwton iv ( 0. . Oregon City. On board sloop Caroline, on her passage from the Sacramento: to this plnce, Frf.dekick Ei.r>, aged about 46 years, n native of Germany, who came to California as a member of the New York Volunteers. CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. The undersigned take pleasure in informing their friends and the public gene...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

A NEW GOLD DISCOVERY. Forty thousand dollars will be paid for he apprehension and delivery to me of ;De«erters from the Squadron in the follow-ing-sums, viz: For the first four deserters who havr left nny ship or ship;? of the Squadron since the 4th day of Jul> last; (^,2000) two thousand dollars, or $000 each 1 . For each and every deserter apprehended and delivered over a« above, (the first four excepted, ($200,) two hundred dollars each. The above reward -will be. paid in silver dollars immediately on the delivery of any deserter as aforesaid, on board cither of the ships of the Squadron. THOS. C.JONES, . Commander hi chief, U. S. Naval Forces, Pacific Ocean. Flnrr Ship Ohio, \ jMnntcrey.*Ortohej ; IR. IR4R. { 14-tf 16AAU iMONIUOiMEia', Dealer in General Merchandize, one door east of Shades Tavern, Sun Francisco. I. MONTGOMKRY & C 0.,; Shade* Tavern and Holding. Alleys, corner Pacific and Stockton streets, SAN FRANCISCO, U. C. The beat liquors and segars co...

Publication Title: Californian
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From ihe S. J. .V, i MY NATIVE LAND [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

From ihe S. J. .V, i MY N ATIVE LAND l''nrywcll to the limd of my birth. Farewell to thee, «iear livid forever, Tho' tyrants may scorn at thy worth, Shall 1 cease to forget thee? oh nu\c ! For thou art the land of the brave, A tcirple for Liberty's homo, To the Warrior a glorious grave, To the holy n sanctified tomb. Tho ! the loud song of glory no more Shall sound on the thundering galu, But the hymn to tho God wo adore Breathe soft o'er the hill and the dale. Tho' the deeds of our fathers may die. Where their ashes lie scattered around, And tho shriek and tho murdering cry Be heard where their virtues were foundi Thy name shall bo blazon *d afar, A bencon on History's scroll; To the valiant a glittering star, To the tyrant a word to control. I will not forget thee, dear land, These sighs must my constancy tell, These tears which I cannot command, Farewell to thee. dear land, farewell. Honolulu, Sept. 13. 18 U?. M*** Those who are in tho power of evil habits must conquer them as th...

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

FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD. ; ; A reward of Five Hundred Dollars Cash, "will be paid for the apprehension and delivery of the person of PETER RAYMOND, charged with the Murder of John R. Yon "Pfister; to the Alcalde at Slitter's Fort, or to the commanding officer of cither of the Military Posts of San Francisco or Monte-, rey. By order of Col. .Mason. \V. T. SHERMAN, Ist Lieut. 3rd Reg*l A. A. A. Geoi. New Helvetia. October ( 23, 1848. IS— if $5,000 RKWARD. WILL be paid for the apprehension of PETER r RAYMOND, the murderer of John R. Yon P lister, or for his head, in cane he cannot be taken prisoner. The following is the description of said RAYMOND : '." Height, about 5 feet 7 inches — Hair, Brown — Complexion, Dark — and is very robust and stout in stature, 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 abovo~ye-J r ward of $5,000, will be paid on his delivery (or that of his head),...

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

; '.'■'■■ ; NEW STORE. i j; The subscribur has jiiHt oprnrd ala re rtment of New Goods poi Rhone and Eupheniia.iu the north-went coriier of the Portsmouth Housb; .comprising in part a general variety »\' f 1 lardwai i', Cutlery, ■Carpenter's 1 and*. Miner's Tools' Builder's Materials, Glass Ware,: Tin Ware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, .Bonnets, Hosiery, DoineHtic3;":Twcedsi . Prints, Toweling, Plated und G. S. Spoons,-- Combs and Brushes; Spado* and, Shovels, Rifles and Pistols, Saddles and Bridles, Steel, Re. " Also, a large and complete assortment of HI mm .maim: clotjiino,. of all descriptions, Blankets, Shirts, Sec. which will be sold ; for cash or gold dust at j reasonable prices, at the new store on the ' corner opposite the City Hotel/ 8-tf C. H. WKTMOWv NEW fcJIORI-;. The subscriber respectfully 'informs the public that he has opened a r store at New Helvetia, near the reside. of ('apt. J. A. Sutler, where he has received the largest assortment goods over brought t<...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 4 November 1848

< ITV HOTEL-, jLpcnled . on the south side f the Portsmouth ;, ; .Squared MTlic proprietor informs his friends and the public generally, that li' has jiigain;lojiBed the above large and well -known e«tablishtnent, which l.as „ been . recently fitted up and furnished io the .most modern stylo,, and from his experience in business as a conductor of a public house, he hopes to ]i'<un a ( liberal share of patronage. " The purveyance, department is attended .with care, and attention, and bis table.supplied with nil ihc.ynric-ties «he market affords?; , }l\H bar contains tho. choicest brands oi cordials, .wines .and liquors. In fact, no pains will bo, spared in any department to render his guests agreeable durinu. their sojourn.,. ./'. 11. BROWN, Proprietor... J San Frnnr.i<srr». July 15. IP.'U?. fi-tf TO LET. /^ The promises on the hill, rear ofthoi JiiiilS-City Motel, consisting of two or more ho 1 ses and lot of land now occupied by Mrs. Fuller. Also, a...

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

js-yj. . „■ v :)'< A NTED. ; s'V^T^ ' ;,. A person yto attend to the .cleaning and feeding of two horses;, also cutting wood i find -"drawing water ' for a small fnmili Time required, one hour early in the morning, and a f half hourin the .evening. f To a n who will perform those .dutTeS faitfi. • fully,- which will not intcVfere withthe lusaa] daily; Jabor, < 15 dollars per month: will be paid. Apply nt this otFtcc. I l-tf CA; All persons are hen cautioned 'agairm removing or in any way -interfering.' under penalty oPthe law, ,vit!i the Goats on Yet ba Buena island, i,, the harbor of Sat] prancisco, they bring thn propertt of the undersigned. NATHAN SPEAR VVM. Hi DAVIS. San T'rnnr.isro. Oct. 11, ia4?>. i} _ NOTICE. All persons indebted to the, laic THO MAS ADAMS deceased, are requested to" call at the Alcalde s oftce and settle the same. I hose having claims against the deceased pro requeued to present their claims on or before the i)th of November ...

Publication Title: Californian
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

CALIFORNIAN. "no ***** utic.v contracts our towers— thb^vuole uanouNDED CO^TINEST 19 oujis.*' Voi. 11l SXN <>• (UPPER CALIFORNIA,) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1848 No. 15.

Publication Title: Californian
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

Escape of Louis Phillippe. — -The London Examiner contains an interesting account of the departure of the Ex-King and Queen of the French for England after dethronement. We extract tho following : The instant the party were on board, and the consul and Captain Goodridge had goneon shore, preparations were quietly made for slipping from the quay. This was a very anxious moment. The strange way in which our passengers came on board — their, having no luggage— their silent manner and anxious countenances our leaving without the proper officers coming on board to examine passports — the respect paid to the gentleman and lady who first came on board — together with the captain giving his orders in a subdued tone of voice—convinced me that our passengers were persons of distinction, and that we were leaving Havre surreptitiously. During the time we. had been at Havre I had felt a dread of going on shore. The people of the place appeared to have left their usual occupations, and had a mood...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

BUSIiVES^: CAKOS. A. J. URAY'SONI GEJTfr.i'. PEiLEH IS r-lEP-C i!.l^n!S2, : Jf:"E. inner C&ft&iePßttUdin'g. RAN FILA,\CI3Cn. U. C. " J. BA.WDEN, Wholesale Cxxinissisn. r,Jerch.ant at the store foot of BrntidwßT; '•; \o— tf j T. 11. PER LEE, ~~ Ater-- nzd Counsellor at Laic, ASTD SOLICITOa IM CHA-JCEKT, will attend lo ai! business within the province of hi* prtifessioni San Francisco. Srpl. 9fH. 1?>4?,. 6^tf E:.P. JONE3, Jblarsitrj ar.d Counsellor ci Laic, and ' fioiicifqa 15 CHixcEP.r. . fCT^ Business Entrusted to his care will receive proinpi attention. An Frr.v.chco . Sept .9,.| 345 . K-t f SHERMAN '&- RUCKEL, General Coizmhiicn Jlhrchanls. corner of Clay and Slontjjomerr streets. San Fraacisco. Sepll D, 1U43. G-lf • ~Mi;\\ gillespie~ Notast Public. Pralesis noted and extended. Genera! nnd pn*ti«-'ii3r arr-rnerHJ stßt»«n. STAKKEY, JA^ION & CO, COMiUSSION 21EHCIIANTS, aad Importers o^Gwuii direct from England, the Atlantis ...

Publication Title: Californian
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