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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 26 February 1848
MELLUS &amp; HOWARD. HAVING JUST RECEIVED a large variety of Merchandise, offer for sale Blue Pr::;f.-\ Fancy do.. Mournin- do-, Woolen long '- and half Hwc, Cotton do. do., Velvet ecus, Cu&amp;*imercA dark and fancy, Blue Cloth, a variety of V*t Root rk aad iau*y . lhui i ;.. »t i Stuff*, blue end brown Drills, white and brown »'..•.:;.;&gt;, Linen coi'd. and Cotton col'd. Thread, wb:le Thread, white and col'd. Shirts, Flannel do, white, nd and White nj),,' Cl'f'tj &gt; } JIIIU' I do . wi blue Flannel, s.ik and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk and Cotton Rehoa^^Ienno and Cotton Shaw!*. Cook Muslin, black anu^totTee cold Satin, Fur and Guayaquil Hals, Ss^ti, Cards, Brooms, JJuuhct*. Tubs, i Nails, Axes. Paints, Oil. Turpentine, Bright Varnish, I Paiut and Tar Brushes, Sugar, black aud green Tea, , Coffee. Chocolate, Rice, Rabies, Brandy, bin. Rum, Aguadiente, ms, (California and Claret,) Crockery Ware, Floor, Barky, Wheat, Corn, manufactured and leaf Tobacc...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 26 February 1848
Tub I'l.oiriuL's Cuulsl and Broomstick. — Blackwood has a good article in the March number, relating to the Kegteides who took refuge in l$cw England ; from which the following incident, of both historical and local interest 13 taken: A story is told of one of the regicides, while living at Cambridge, which deserves preservation, as it not only illustrates the open manner in which they went Tor and fro, but u'so shows how well exercised were the soldiers of •well in military accomplishments. A fencing master had appeared at Uoston, challenging any man in the colonies to play at swords with him; and this bravado he repeated for several days, from a age el Thespian simplicity, erected in a public part of the town One day, as the mountebank was proclaim ing his defiance, to the terror and admiration of a crowd of bystanders, a country -bred fellow, aa it seemed, made his appearance in the assembly, accepting the challenge, and preseing to the encounter with no other weaponry than a che...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 26 February 1848
l)r. BlAJltm BR\M»R1THS VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. I.VTSODCCED BY HIM INTO THE C. 8. IS 1810. **Scienee should contribute to the Comfort, Health, and Happiness of mankind." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE STORE OV C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, UPPER CALIFORNIA. ON The IM of May, 1835, these now truly celebrated Pills were first made known in the U.iited ' States, although in Europe ' they had been previously before tho public near a century. The American public naturally viewed them with suspicion, but as on trial they were found what they professed, it was soon displaced by the greatest confidence. The v have secured this character, too, under very adverse circumstances, having to contend with the base slanders pro- - mulgated by those interested in keeping mankind in a state of error as regards to the functions of their bodies. Dr. Brandreth would hero impress on Ins friends, and tbe public general! tbat however differct^may be li.'- action of tiie Pills al dill, rent ti;:^mM|t such diff...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 26 February 1848
bowels) IN ALL CASES.WTIIGU CUKE THE DISEASE.— People of very weakly constitutions often require stronger doses than more healthy persons. Health and sickness being a struggle of two principles, or humors within us; the one good and supporter of life, the other bad, and destroyer of it. These Pills assist nature to aid the good in throwing off tho bud. — It is evident that the more the one predominates over the good, the more assistance the good requires- This is proved by the fact that in almost all violent diseases the patient requires large doses and they often have very little effect ; but that only proves the great necessity there is (or perseverance until, powerful purging take* place. No one will doubt the truth of this who will once fully ' try it. Let this moot important truth be deeply impressed on every mind. That all pain or weakness is owing to morbid, stagnant, and corrupt humors, which impede the circulation of the blood, and that these pills if persevered in, will re...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 26 February 1848
PRUEBAS MS KAV0R DE LAS PILDORAS VEJETALES EMVERSALES DEL DOCTOR BRAKDRETH. TOR MAYOR Y MENOR MM ML AJLMACRN DE C. L. ROSS, BAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. I Mi efecto de esta medicina famosa cl purificar |» j saugre ; el convertir la sangre pobre y corrompida en saugro rica y Sana. Y porque produce este efecio las han buscada con pcrsoverancia nuestros ciudadancs de todas las closes ; y la eficacia notoria quo tienen diehas pildoras de restaurar la salud, las haco taa popului ".*'&gt; Curau ellas de todas enfermedades, solamente por. que purijican In sangre, quitanduie las propiedade* malos y suminbtrandole las buenas. So forma de la sangro la parte solida del cuerpo hq.. ' mano. Se convierten en saugre los alimentos qoe tuinamos, y asi rccupcra el cuerpo lo que picnic con-. linuumente, de aucrto que, segun el sistema natural en el cspacio, a poca diferencia, de nueve anos, \q» alimentos renuevan enteramente el cuerpo. Supongamos que por cualquier causa, y ami a C mistical ...
_ JYtvm tin Tr, V. KAwrtJiy Emwtrmi.i I NAVAL ARCUITECTURE IN CHINA [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
[From the N. Y. Saturday Emporium.] NAVAL ARCHITECTURE IN CHINA. straight in the water by weights attached to the lower side, and which M fastened by cables to the bulwarks of the Junk Thus a broad surface is exposed to the force of the waves, and the vessel is kept steady. Junks are safe sea-boats. They are seen as far south as Manilla, and they frequently make voyages to Bombay. The China Sea it full of them, and a vessel which will outride one of its terrible typhoons, is safe any where on the water. The Kusso-Axerii Company. — The Russian colonics in the north west of America, according to advices from St. Petersburg, in the German papers; having acquired a high degree of prosperity in consequence of their excellent administration; they have become principally important for Russia, with refer ence to furs and tea, because for several years it hat become evident that the fur animals have begun to diminish in the north cast of Siberia, through the incessant persecutions of which t...
Vfem %4* /*' .j .-i »*■ r'r M^!j fc»st.i Further and UtrrrMit* Particulars from fofe»l rri>m tli^ I ni(ri States ami Knr^r.-Inip^rtaa! ! ! [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
[From our Extra of Wednesday last.] Further and Interesting Particulars from Mexico! From the United States and Europe---Important!! Arrival of vessels Isabella and Swe den, with troops tor California service. Wednesday, 3 1-2 o'clock, P. M The Transport ship. Isabella arrived at Monterey on the 18th ultimo. She sailed from Philadelphia on the 19th of August, 1847, making the passage in six months, having touched at Rio de Janeiro, and Valparaiso. She is laden with Government Stores and munitions of war. She also brings Lieuts. Roach and Norris and 95 noncommissioned officers and privates, recruits for the New York Regiment of Volunteers. Capt. Turner of the same Regiment, came as far as Valparaiso. It is said that he tendered his resignation before sailing, and that its acceptance met him at that port. The U. S. Transport Sweden, arrived at Monterey on the 25th of February, She sailed from New York on the 21st of September, 1847, touching at Callao, from which port she made the pas...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK &amp; JOB PRINTING, SUCH AM Pamphlets Bill* of Exchange, Catalogue*, Shop Bills, Cirenlars Kill* of Lading, JIaiid-bills, Blank Deeds, Hill ■— tY&lt;\ Ac, Executed with neatness and despatch. WARD &amp; shiti, General Commission Merchants. Frank Ward, ) No 3 iMMMMI Street, I Mm M. Smith. $ Sam Francisco, Vtr California C. L. ROSS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer. N. Y. Store," Cor. Washing*} on &lt;j. Montgomery St*. 8*» Francisco, 'jprcR California. B1ELIIS &amp;loifARD^ JEMS ft HIMV UUI. liKTAIL w iiolesale and retail M'. ill IIWI MERCHANTS. Store in *tlontgomery St, San Francisco. ~* WH. ii. DAVIS, Wholesale and Retail merchant. J San Francisco, I Alta California. !FO*«CIA. MR. A. PARKED, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. TnBF, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE, (CLAY ST. OProSITE PORTSMOUTH H0U8E.) San Francisco, U. C. idMiNALDtrBDCnANANi taction and ftwmiwloii flrrrhanK Auction and Commission Merchants. [ N. E. COBNEIt or FOBTf MOU...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
Scribblers. — The number of scribblers upon California, which this war has given rise and encouragement to, is altogether astonishing, exceeding any pre tunned expectations of ours, for we did surmise a concentration of prodigious zeal, and important assis, tance in representing California. Our files from the East, received of late, are prolific in correspondence, from the Snowy Sierra of the North, to the sun-burned barrens of Southern California; and many of these productions just about as distant from what is fair and honorable, in the representation of their respective localities. We say it again, we were not prepared to operate, with such a host of co-laborers. We observed in a N. Y. City | paper, a letter purporting to have been prepared here, which, among other things, states that San Francisco has no soil that can be cultivated. When we look upon the blooming gardens all about us, and the u milled and fertile lands of surpassing richness, we are inclined to believe the sand ...
EUROPEAN ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
EUROPEAN ITEMS Latest dates are, from London, Oct 27, from Paris, Oct. 29th, A line of new French steamers ply between France and the United States, An American steam ship, the Washington, was to sail on her first voyage for Paris, in September. We extract from late papers brief items of European news. England -- Judging by the Siecle, the panic in England continued. Among the further failures is Mr. W. Robinson, the governor of the bank of England. He was compromised by tho grain speculators. The Duchess of Kent, Queen Victoria's mother, has been visiting Hamburgh. The London Gazette of 27th August; contains a treaty made between Great Britain and Tuscany. Her Majesty is hunting in the Highlands of Scotland with Prince Albert and a lot of fino Lords and Ladies. The long contemplated attempt to get off the Great Britain steamer come off on the 21st ult, and proved a total failure, although aided by a government steamer of six hundred horse power. Bennett, of the N. Y. Herald, is in ...
ARMY AND NAVY INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
ARMY AND NAVY INTELLIGENCE "ben Kearney left St. Louis for Washington on the 30fh. £ Col. Fremont declined "a Public Dinner prepared him by his friends in St. Louis. '•The latest letter," says the N. Y. Herald, ('which has been received at the War Office, from General Taylor, is dated in August" Wc extract from an article in the Herald upon tho movements of Gen. Taylor, the following. Disputing his position as alleged by the Southern Whig press, it says:— " or the information of those journals we can tell them that no blame can be attached to the administration in the premises. It was at Gen. Taylor's own suggestion to the war department that he has remained so long on the defensive; and when making it he informed the war department that in addition to the troops previously taken from him, he could spare two regiments, and have force sufficient left to enable him to act on the defensive with security." * « ■ '}*/' " We would further remark that a perfect understanding exists between...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
The court finally enjoined silence, the Sur- geon having entered during this vaporous dispute whose report was now received, and the prisoner, in custody of the constable, dismissed to search after and identify witnesses. Erin compliance with the orders of Governor Mason, the undersigned will visit all the principal towns and settlement*, in the Northern . Department of California, for tho purpose of conferring with the people in reference to the necessity of raising a Battalion of volunteers in California, for the service in tho Sooth ; and for the purpose of enlisting those of oar patriotic citizens, who feel a desire and determination to sustain the American Flag wherever rawed. | For „ above purpose, he will he, and remain at Now Helvetia, from the 17ih to the 23d instant ; af Suisun and Montezuma, from the 25th to the2?th : at Sonoma, from the 31st mat. to the 5th of Jpril; at Benicia, from the Gib to the blh ; at th- Pueblo San Jose, from tho lUih to the 1 4«h ; and at San Fra...
TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
TOWN COUNCIL Wednesday Morning, March 1, 1848. Minutes of last meeting read and approved, Moved by Mr Parker, that a committee be appointed to examine the accounts of the Treasurer. Carried. Committee, Messrs. Parker and Jones. Moved by Mr. Howard, that the Public Printing of the Town be given to the proprietors of the California Star, for the remaining term of the Council, at 62 1-2 cents per square, on condition that they withdraw their second Bill for the same, Ayes Messrs. Howard, Leidcsdorff, Parker, and Jones. Nay, Mr. Clark. The Bills of Messrs. Leidesdorff and Hyde were approved. The Council then adjourned.
'lVu« l»«-r %j(iif«<l. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
Teacher Wanted. The School Commissioners give notice that they will receive applications from those who may desire to take charge of the School in this place until the 11th inst. None but those of sober and moral habits need apply. As it is desirable to obtain for the School a good reputation, the Commissioners will be as thorough as possible in their examination. By order of the Board. C. L. ROSS, Secy. Saw Francisco, March I. 1848. 3-1
PASSENGERS [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
PASSENGERS In the Anita, from Monterey, C. C. Toler and two daughters, Mrs. Griffith and son, E. L. Stetson, J. C. Lowe. In the Sweden, from U. S., Mr. Taylor. In the Barnstable, from San Psdro, Henry Melius, Esq., F. H.Tcschctnaker.
MARINE JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848
MARINE JOURNAL PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. Feb 27— U. S. Transport Anita, Woodworth, from Monterey. Feb. 29—U. S. Transport, Sweden, Nott, from United States, 159 days. March 1— Ship Barnstable, Hall, from San Pedro. SAILED. March 2— Bark Anita, Woodworth, on U. S. service, for Oregon. MEMORANDA. Ship Barnstable, Hall, spoke Brig Eveline, off Monterey harbor, bound in. Reports cargo of Brig Elizabeth, ashore at Santa Barbara, saved.