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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

R..A. PARKER, Wholesale and Retail Merchant, Store in Clay street, San Francisco. MELLUS & HOWARD. Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Slave in ■\lonf<ri)mnt! St. Snn Francisco. L. W. BOGUS. Dealer in General Merchandise. Snnntna. ljnp*»r Cnlifornin. HOOD & WILSON. House Joiners and Ship Carpenters. Corner of fvearny ntid Pacific St 3. Sin t'rnnvtsco; It. HI.VK. I,K\V. CLOCK & WATCH MAKER, Siirn of the Wafcli. Snn Francisc«>. JArfl'Eß OTARRISLL. ~~ Civil Engineer urn! Land Surveyor, By appbihttnent ofCol; R. B. Mason, Gov. of California. (OMire Portsmouth Square. Snn .Francisro.) DIC X SUN x 14 A V . Wiwiesale and Retail JlerchanU, AT THE BEE HIVE. Agents for the collection of debts. S:tn Krp.'.fi-it'M \j Cl, L.Jr. JIASTJ:YU S. Attorney and Counsellor, at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery : Gfm'e in San Francisco; U. C. ™l^\A?3*¥iONTTJo.ii¥!lYr Healer in Gene r a i Merc hand c , am door easl of Shades Tavern, S:m Francisco. I. MONTG...

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 — 11 November 1848

WASHINGTON MARKET.. The subscribers would respectfully inform the public, that they are, as usual, prepared to furnish them, at the above establishment, with all the delicacies of the season, in the shape of tables, Fruit, &c. &.c, together with a constant supply ol excellent fresh and coned Beef and Pork. Thanking their friends for their former liberal patronage, they would hope for a conlintiancu of the same, having secured the services «'l excellent butchers, and being do termined to omit nothing which shall condue« to the accommodation of customer*. GEORGE. W.EGLESTON U Co. San I'ruucisco, 0ct. .21, 1843. 12-tf CEN T R E MARK E T. corner of Washington and Montgomery sts. opposite the New York Store. The undersigned have the pleasure to announce to the citizens of San Francisco, that they have opened a MARKET at the above stand which tb«v -will - conduct on the NEW YORK PLAN, ;ind iutend keeping constant!}' on linnd, a general supply of Iritsh and : cnrhed...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

Newspapers in California. — The occasion of this days' issue of the Californian, showing no colors, and seemingly deserted by master and mate, under whose honorable and correct guidance, like a good ship off a dangerous coast, it was steered for the open, yet tempest-tossed sea of public opinion only a few months since, is perhaps as fitting as any other, to say a few words in review of its, career, in connection with that of other voyagers, sharing in the history of the craft. In the month of August 1846, the first paper appeared in California. It was printed and published in Monterey, and edited by Messrs. Colton and Semple. The old wooden press, had long done its former masters, (the late government,) service, and the type was well worn, and by a frequency of accomodating itself to the language of the country, at first made clumsy work with the King's English. The Californian was of pigmy dimensions, and flourished with indifferent success, until removal to San Francisco, which o...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
m <ii [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

For the Californian. Mr. Editor i — I discover from the caption which you have placed to my communication published in your paper of the 21st of Oct, that you have taken the whole matter as a personal affair, and that it originated from a desire that ships should come to the head of ship navigation. Such an idea does me great injustice. It is true that ships have been prevented from coming here by the officers of our Military Government, without any other reason than that they did not wish them to come : yet I wrote the article solely and alone because I thought the people were imposed upon, and I have been for many years in the habit of telling them when I thought abuses existed fearless of men or parties, and I regret that I have not now the means of doing so. You say that you hare gathered no new ideas from- my former communication . if 'obfuscated' means want of independence, i think you have given a good reason for it ; bit your own sake I will make some additional remarks, eve...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
'man [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

'man Mr.. Lditor — If we extend our views beyond the present and requirements ot this country, and look forward to the day when our increasing: correspondence overland with the eastern portion of the continent will not only ueed additional means for the transportation of the mail and convenience of trarellers, but also for tho purposes of trade. When wo consider the relationship of New-Mexico and other in-land states which may become great markets to this country for the goods of China,. East Indies and other parts of the world ; whatever wiil tend to facilitate the communicationsand open those avenues for our trade, deserves our consideration; particularly^ the means to be pointed out shall show c way to overcome that grent difficulty, almost a barrier in some parts— l mean the great desert. I can believe that the day ia not nl a: very £rent distance when we will have a direct Rail-road communication with, the States, by which time and distance will be in a great measure conquered,...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
MARINE INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

MARINE INTELLIGENCE PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. November 5th—U. S. Ship Lexington, Monterey. Sailed in company with the U. S. S. Southampton, for this port. Nov. 8, schr. Starling; Columbia River; left in Baker's Bay, brig 'Henry,' bound to this port. Spoke outside this port, ship Virginia, from Valparaiso, bound in. SAILED. Nov. 4—schr K. Carter, Honolulu. 7, " Honolulu, Newell, " 10, " Mary Ann, Hussey, " UNDER DISPATCH. Brig 'Laura Ann," Mathews; direct for Mazatlan, on the 14th inst. MEMORANDA. For several days past we have had unusually foggy weather, which no doubt prevents the arrival of the 'Southampton. Bark Undene, Andrews, Valparaiso, 47 days; cargo general merchandise. The Undine left New York in July last, got ashore with a cargo of merchandise for this place and Oregon, got on shore in the straits of Magellan; threw overboard part of the cargo, got off, and went to Valparaiso, where she was condemned, and the vessel and cargo sold. Chil'n ship Verginia 58 days from...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

MEDICINES, ETC. "^fe^^S 9 "" Just Received, at Dr. Fouri^^^r geaud's Drug Store, 'a'frtih HL supply of medicines, perfumery Y~~*j etc. Also. Saleratus, Cogniac 4£3 Brandy, and Claret, for sale by the cask. Orders from the country promptly attended to. 1 w 15 Portsmouth Square, San Francisco, DR. A. J. ' \tLD, M D. Would respectfully announce to the people of the Mining district, that he has established himself at Suiter's Fort, and that he will keep constantly on hand a supply of Drusrs and Medicines, and will attend punctually to all who may favor him with their pitronnee. Office at the Hotel. Istf ~~ TOWN LOT FOR SALE. Lot vo 289, on the corner ofDupont ami Pine fts., a favorable location for business, 13 offered for sale. l»v GEORGE WALTHERRe?idenr.e of G Denckp. GUNiMITHING. The subset would inform the public that ho has commenced work at the above oamed business, m the building at the corner nf Pacific, mid BinwMUl fits., and next door to Denpckh Tavern, where he is prepared to...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

Cheese Preserved Meats Sardines Dried Apples Figs Raisins Loaf Sugar Mangoes Pickles Arrow Root Nutmegs Salaratus Ginger Spices Medicines Seidlitz Powders Lime Juice Lemon Sprup Olive Oil Castor Oil Rum, Gin, Brandy Absenthe Wines Tobacco do fine cut Pipes Manilla Segars Sperm Candles Candle Sticks Chocolate Pots Coffee Pots Tin Cups do Plates do Funnels do Pans, for Gold Washing do Mess Pans do Lanterns Coffee Mills Flour Buckets Painted Pails Brooms Nest Boxes Lumber Crockery Ware Rifles, Pick Axes, Shovels Iron Pots, Pans, Spades Bake Pans Bake Ovens Tea Kettles Butcher's Knives Knives and Forks, Jack Knives Tea Spoons, Table do Hammers, Axes, Augers Handsaws, Nails Wire, Scissors, Jewsharps, Waiters Decanters, Tumblers, Looking Glasses Pocket Glasses, Coarse and fine Combs Writing Paper, Pencils Ink and stands China Toys Hat Brushes, Clothes do Hair do Bush Brooms, Lead, Twine Matches, Needles, Sewing Silk . Sewing Cotton, Buckskin Mittens Brown and black Linen Thread American a...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

$40,000 A NEW GOLD DISCOVERY Forty thousand dollars will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me of Deserters from the Squadron in the following sums, viz: For the first four deserters who have left any ship or ships of the Squadron since the 4th day of July last, ($2000) two thousand dollars, or $500 each. For each and every deserter apprehended; and delivered over as above, (the first four .'tcepted, ($-00,) two hundred dollars « a«h. The above reward will be paid in Stiver .ioiiars immediately on the delivery of «ny, : .iu'surtcr as aforesaid, on board either ofihe ■ ins of the Squadron. THOS. AP. O.JONES, , Cominnndt r in ciiu'l, V. S. Naval Forces! l'acitic Ocean. Flag Ship Ohio, ) Monterey, October 18, 1848. y 14-tf FIVE til Ni &amp;gt;Ui&amp;gt;t &amp;gt; DOLLARS REWARD. A reward of Five Hundred Dollars Cash, will bo paid for the apprehension and delivery of tho person of PETER RAYMOND, charged with the Murder of John, R. Yon rVieram, to the Alcalde at Sui...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

\:r\? ' - STORE. XX J &amp;gt; ' '■ '■'. The subscriber ; has just fpoa'd a ftsaortment of New Goods p^lllione/ and : ; Buphemin, in the north-West corner of the Portsmouth lloi;-r.. comprising. in part a general Variety^ of Hardware, Cutlery, 4 Carpenter's and Miner** Tools. Builder's Materials, Glass i Ware, Tin Ware, Boots;Slwm;V, Huh, Caps, Bonnets,^Hosiery, Do- • mestics, r^c.Mis, Prints, : '-.'l'mvelihg, Plated and Gv S. Spoon-;, ■ "Combs and Bnfslihs, 5 Spades and Shovels, Rillesatid Pistols, SadjiiUis'.aud .BridltM, Sled, etc. ;i \- ; ; : ij Also, utlar^e-andlcoinplfito assortincnt of lICAOY TiMAIIB, Ii 0 im\&amp;lt;;, i of all doscriptions, Blankets, Shirts, &amp;amp;c. winch will i»f sold for cash or gold dust at.* reasonable prices, al the new store on the corner opposite the City Hotel. * ii-tf C. R WETMORE. INEvV STUIU 1 ;. " ; The subscriber respectfully informs the public that he has opened a ktore at New Helvetia, near the residence of ('apt. J, A. Sutler...

Publication Title: Californian
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

CITY HOTEL, Located on the south side of the Portsmouth Square. The proprietor informs his friends and the public generally, that he has ,^.nii leased lltej abovo large and well, known ; &amp;gt;sial)lishn»ent,! which has been recently ui(ed up and furnished in the \ most modern &amp;lt;!yle. and 'fro iii his experience" in: business as jV conductor* of ;i ! public ■ houso; hc&amp;lt;hopcs to-gainiu liberal shore (&amp;gt;fpatroniigc. - The purveyance department is attended vilh ro and attention, and 'ih table sup* died with all the varieties th« market affords. ; Mis bur contains the choicest brands ol :ordials, wines and liquor*. In fact, no ,»ains will be spared in any department to render his guests" agreeable during their ;,.,nnrn. ' J. 11. BROWN, Proprietor/ 5 'Snn «nni tea Jiilv I/J, 18 18. 3-«f TO LET. MTbe premises oii'thc hill, rear of the ■tiffi City Hotel, consisting of two or more. li*&amp;gt; scs and lot of land now occupied by Mrs. Fuller. * . ' Al...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 11 November 1848

WANTED. A person to attend to the cleaning and feeding, of two horses; also cutting wood and drawing water for a small family Time required, one hour early in the morning, and half .hour in the Evening. To a person who will perform those duties faithfully, which Will not interfere with the usual daily labor, 15 dollars per month will be paid. Apply at this office. 11-tf CAUTION All persons are hereby cautioned against removing or in any way interfering, under penalty of the law, with the Goats on Yerba Buena Island, in the harbor of San Francisco, they being the property of the undersigned. NATHAN SPEAR. WM. H. DAVIS. San Francisco. Oct. 11, 1848. 11-b NOTICE. All persons indebted to the late 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. LEAVENWORTH, Alcalde, District San Francisco. San Francisco, August 31. 1848. 5-...

Publication Title: Californian
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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