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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 19 January 1848
NOTICE. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this Office until March 16th, 1843, for cutting ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY TONS OF HAY for the United States. The Hay must be of the best quality of Oat» and Clover, and it is to be cat and carefully cured while the oat 3 are "in the milk," and the clover in bloom. It is to be pressed into bales and delivered in good shipping order at some embarcadero on the Bay, where it can bo received by the largest launches. Persons making proposals will state where the hay will be delivered and the weight and size of the bales, and the subscriber reserves to himself the right of rejecting the lowest offer made, should it appear too high. Quartermaster's Office San Francisco, California, Jan. 17, 1848. J. L. FOLSOM, 36-n Capt. A6st. Quartermaster.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 19 January 1848
DIED. At Sonoma, on the 1 Ith instant, Corporal Cushing, of Company " C." N. Y. V., a native of Boston, Mass. His body was interred on the 12th, with military honors. Far from the home of his child-hood and without mother or sister to comfort him in his dying hours, he departed from this world. But though he sleeps in a distant land his memory will long be cherished by his comrades, among whom, his manly conduct and correct beheavour had endeared him to all. — Communicated. ROBERT A. PARKER. Has just received from Valparaiso, and the United States, a splendid assortment of Fine Broad cloths ; Fine Cassimers ; Pants Stuffs ; Blue, second mourning and fancy Prints ; Fine Merino Shawls ; Ribbons ; Flannels ; Fancy Cravats ; Pan- „ taloons ; Fine Boots and Shoes ; Woollen and Cotton Hose and half Hose ; Fine Shirts ; Preserved Meats and Vegetables ; Almonds ; Prunes ; Sardines ; Chocolate ;^White Havanah Sugar; Jamaica Rum ; Brandy ; Wines ; &amp;c, &amp;.c. Which he off...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 19 January 1848
,q : B. R. BUCICELEVVV. respectfully informs the :^/w*\ citizens ofCAt.ivouMA, that he has located perH^Ctf manantly m the Town of San Fuancjisco', for the J ! pose of pursuing his profession, WAT* II ES, CLOCK'S, JEWELRY, and Other lino Metnlic work repaired in tho best manm.ii, and on terms proportional with general prices jin California. Business entrusted through a friend, will he "attended to tho same as with: the person proper. WATCH GLASSES an«l KEYS fit-; ted. ; . Cash invaiuauly lU^umtD except otherwise previously understood '*] San Francisco, May, 22. &gt;-tf. • 1 NOTICE. . THE HOTEL of this place, fromcrly known as V.fiiiQwk'siHotel," will hereafter bo called tho CITY HOTEL, and conducted from Monday next, by Mr. nnd Mrs. Skinner. Boarding at the former prices, and tho Table as good as the Market can afford. ,Ni B. A careful person will be in altcndanco to receive horses and baggage from gentlemen arriving from any part of tho country. San Francisco, Oct. 23, 1847...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 19 January 1848
ROBERT A. PARKER. Hum just received from tho United States and Sandwich Islands, an sxiensive assortment ot Caasimers; Merinos, Broad cloths; Pantaloons stuffs; Boots and Shoo?; Prints ; blu« and brown Drills j flannels ; a splendid variety of ladies' di'.'ss patterns ; Kid and lace Gloves; Shirtings; Grass cloths j Silk Bandas ofrarioui colors; fins Shirts (linen bosoms, collars and irristbands;) silk and cloth Cans; Guernsey Frocks and knit under Shirts J gents' nnd ladies' Merino and cotton Hose 2 sewingSiiks; linen and cotton Thread; silk and cotton Handkerchiefs; a variety of siimmer and winter clothing; gents' fancy Scarfs; Thimbles; V dies; Tea; Coffee; Sugar; MoIaSSCHJ fine California Flour; Corn; Corn Meal ; Beans; Peas j Potato Butter; Brandy; Gin; Aguadiente; Madeira; Sherry ami Claret Wines; Alej Porter .and Cordials; Tickles; Sardines; Cm -lingford Oysters ; Fresh Salmon ; Green Peas; Carrots; Hare Soup; real old Cheshire Cheese; Raisins ; Olires; table nnd coarse Salt ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 19 January 1848
MELLUS a HOWARD, II Wl, JUST RECEIVED by. the recent arrival, from the United Stales nnd Sandwich Islands, a new assortment of DRY GOODS, consisting of Fancy, blue arid mourning Prints, red Flannel, ladies Hpso, Gents' half. Hose, Velveteens, fancy Casimcrs, Pr|nt Stuffs of various classes, Merinos, a very superior nrticlo for ladies winter dresses, blue and brown Drills, white and brown Cottons, Thread, white and colored Shirts, VVicking, Guayaquil Hats, corn Kroomg, Nftilfl, Axes and Handles, Carpenter's Tools, Spices, Pepper, Salt, CofFee, Tea and Sugar, Preserved Meats and Vegetables, Almonds, Raisins, Rice, Tobacco, painted Pails, Clothes' Brooms, &amp;.C&amp;.C, Mexican play. ing Cards and Hats. Also, a largo supply of California Aguadicnte and Wiine, all of which they offer low for Cash or Bides, Sail Francisco, Dec. 15, 1847. 31-tf jYEJV YORK STORE. The subscriber offers for sale at the store corner of Montgomery and Washington streets, the remaining part of ...
POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 26 January 1848
POETRY. THE HAPPY MAN. Happy the man whose golden hoard Surpasses wit and learning ; Whose beef and pudding grace his board, Without the plague of earning Who gets his bread exempt from strife, No cares his bosom burning ; And butter from the cream of life, By other people's churning — Who takes no trouble, feels no toil ; Thinks empty purse no sorrow, Since, like the widow's cruse of oil, It fills again to-morrow — Who's ever ready to befriend The wandering child of sorrow ; And from his well filled purse to lend To him who wants to borrow. How smoothly flows, from day to day, His every pleasant minute, Whose mouth, when he was born, they say, 1 A silver spoon had in it !' Milk, honey, oil, and wine, and corn Indelibly will score him A lucky wight, whose dad was born By any chance before him. But mark how less at ease are they, For better fortune yearning, Who eat their scanty meal per day, By needy penny turning. The grudging world they strive to please Ungraceously returning A mo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 26 January 1848
JOB PRINTING SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Rogues, Bills of Exchange, Oculars, Bills of Lading. Handbills, Consular Blanks, Bill Head?, Blank Deeds. Executed teiih despatch at this office. ROBERTA. PARKER. Importer and Wholesale Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. San Francisco. Upper California. KILBORN, LAWTON BtCO. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND DEALERS I.f OREGON PRODUCE. Consignments respectfully solicited. Refer to C. L. ROSS, San Francisco. S. H. WILLIAMS, &amp; Co., Honolulu. S. L Oregon City, Nor. Ist, 1847. 28-tf EVERETT a CO , GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FP. Everett, /v , , , rT r J. Jarves. 1 Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. tiZT- Money advanced, on favorable terms, for Bills of Exchange on ibe United States, England and France. Honolulu, 1847. tf-33 is. 11. WILLIAMS, fy CO GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Honolulu, Oahu. ' H Wl 1.1.1 AMS, J J. F. B. Marshall, Hawaiian Islands. Wm. Baker, Jr. ) Exchange on the United States and Europe, taken on the most favorable terms. 26-3 m...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 26 January 1848
IMPORTERS L. ItOSK , DEALER: IMPORTER 81 WHOLESALE DEALER. IN. Y. Store," Cor. Washington Montgomery Sti. San Francisco. r * ; DICK SON €f ILiY WHOLESALE &amp;, RETAIL MERCHANTS. San Francisco; Upper California. ANP ; Honolulu, Qahu, U. I, — — — . — s* — W. A. LEIDESDORFF, WHOLESALE MERCHANT. (Foot of California Street, on the Beach.) :: San Francisco, U. C. JL. VERB ART," ~~ I.ISIUONABE TAILOR. Montgomery Street, San Francisco, U. C. _ : ''• ■ -•-•■•&gt;'-.■■■'. ■ - ■ MELLUS a HOWARD. WHOLSALE &amp;. RETAIL MERCHANTS. Store m Montgomery St., San Francisco. L. W. HASTING S. Attorney and Councellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. San Francisco, Upper California. y.5 NOTICE. ~ .SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this Office until March !6th, 1848, for cutting ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY TONS OF HAY for the United States. The Hay must be of the best quality of Oati and Clover, and it is to be cut and carefully cured while the oats are "in the milk," and the clov...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 26 January 1848
WM. S. CLARK, STORAGE, FORWARDING, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT AND GENERAL AUCTIONEER. Respectfully informs the public that he has permancnily located in the Town of San Francisco, for the purpose of conducting all the various branches connected with a General Commission business. Auction Sales of every description attended to in any part of the Town or District. ]I3''' Ware-House and Office at the Stone Pier foot of Broadway. (Line Break) CO - PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. THE undersigned have this day entered into a copartnership under the name and style of S. H. WILLIAMS &amp; Co., for the transaction of a General Commission Business at these Islands as Successors to the late firm of C. Brewer &amp; Co., and have taken the warehouses recently occupied by them. S. H. WILLIAMS, J. F. B. MARSHALL, WILLIAM BAKER, Jr. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I., Sept. 1, 1847. 25-tf (Line Break) PASTURAGE. The Subscriber will receive at his Rancho, situated three miles from Mission San Francisco de Dolor...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 26 January 1848
The undersigned respectfully notifirs the public that ho again takes upon himself The rntir»» control of the 1 Califortiian.' It was left optional with Robert Gordon, Eiq., the late editor, to discontinue at a curtain time or to become the proprietor of the concern. We ku«w it lies been in his power to have accomplished the latter, but it has b««n his pleasuro lo let double the time ejapte that was last fixed upon for final adjustment in case he wished to comply. He is absent and has been for about a month, and according to a mutual understanding previous to leaving, the undersigned resumes, not at thu expiration oflho two weeks agreed upon, but at the end pffofUt. We therefore conclude that he does not wish to comply. All accounts now due ths Californian, or that may become due, must be paid to the undersigned or his tluly authorised tgents. B. K. BUCKELBW, Proprietor of Camfoiinian. £an Franci-tfo, Jan. 26th 1 848, We again assume control of our devoted paper, not fry design of se...
(Correspondence of the Californian.) [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 26 January 1848
(Correspondence of the Californian.) Angeles, Jan. 9, 1843. Dear Sir : — I commence this, informing you of the arrival in this place, on the 4th instant, of Don Jose CasIro, occompained by Don Juan Sobuanes and Marcos Alaniso, two of his companions in his travels. He left Tepic on the loth October, and travelled post haste for a number of days to get out of harm's way, as he was deserting the army and had of course no passport. He represents the state of Mexico ns most deplorable.no two States acting in unison, each one opposed to its neighbor, ore lor Santa Anna, another for Bustamente, and some for neither, in fact the country is in a state of civil war. Santa Anna is to be tried by court martial, but it is left to him to say where the court shall be convened. Bustnmptite is, or was to be, General-in-chief of the army and Herrera, President . I asked Castro who was at the head of the government, he could not answer, there was no bend, all was confusion. There had already been seve...
TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 26 January 1848
TOWN COUNCIL Thursday, Jan. 20, J843. Minutes of last meeting read and adopted. Mr. Clark, chairman of committee to rgulate licenses, moyed the Alcalde grant licenses as heretofore.— Parsed . Mr. Jones, chairman of committee to build a jail, rose and reported progress. Moved by Mr. Jones, that the Ordinance passed it the last meeting in relation to gambling, be repealed and referred back to the committee. Passed. The bills of Messrs. Brannan, Shelly St Norris, Swasey, Kettleman, M'Donald St. Bucaoan, and VV. A. Leidesdorff, were then approred. Mr. Jones offered a resolution in relation to t constable of the Town, which was adopted. The council then adjourned. RESOLUTION. Be it Resolved, That no constables, except the one appointed by the Town Council at their meeting on tb« I lt\\ of December, 1847, shall act as such within the limits of the town, as no other constable will receive pay from that date.
From the JYew York Herald THE AMERICAN FLEET IN THE GULF [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 26 January 1848
From the New York Herald THE AMERICAN FLEET IN THE GULF. At the time when the administration had concluded upon storming Vera Cruz, and the fortress of San Juan de Ulloa, and were engaged in making preparations for the purpose, we compiled and published a list of the several vessels of war thnt it was supposed would take part in the attack, together with their classification and armament. Since the publication of that table, we have discovered that several other vessels were detailed for the Gulf service. We notv publish it complete :-- Line Ship, - - - - - Ohio, Stringham, - - - - 74 guns. Frigate, - - - - - - Potomac, Aulick, - - - - 56 " (Frigate)" Raritan, Ferrest, - - - - 52 " Sloop of War, - - John Adams, McCluney, 20 " (Sloop of War) " St. Mary's, Saunders, - - 20 " (Sloop of War) " Gerrnantown, Bucanan, - - 20 " (Sloop of War) " Albany, Breese, - - - - - 20 " (Sloop of War) " Decatur, Pinckney, - - -16 " (Sloop of War) " Saratogo, Farragut, - - - 20 " Brig of War, - - - Porp...