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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 16 December 1848

VAKIEI V STORK, Cor. or City lioT^ A* J. Cstmfaaaßj KEEPS constantly on hand a largo aMortmrat » seasonable goods, at wholesale and retail, co&sis ug of " HARDWARE— Cast hollow ware, » Hand irons, Tea kettles, Sauce pans, Grid irons. Griddles, Knives aud forks, Tablespoons, Jack knives, Pocket do Augurs, Gimblcts, Coffee MiUir, Cut nails, Wrought nails, kc. TIN WARE— Tin pots, Gold washing pan», Tin pails and buckets, \ Tin pans, Tin cups, CofFee pots, Tea do Jnpnned bojiaa, do tea boxes, do trunks, Nursery lamps, SADDLERY— Side saddles, Bridles, Girths and Surcingles, Saddle cloths, \r. DRY GOODS— Prints, Blankets, •'; Bo) 1 Ssrapaa, Clothing, insartsans, Shirts, Stc, Stc., Boots and shoe*, Glazed capo, Suspcndera, Umbrellas, Hosiery, fie, Sir. GROCrniCf— Ricr, Coffee, Tea, Arrow root, Black pepper, Pickled walnuti f Ass'd Pickles, Jerkins, English mustard. Ground clover, do pepper, Chewing tobacco, Oat meal, 2 " Call and examine, ■si Francisco, Dec. 2, 1848. ffi-tr \ E...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

The California Star. L. 11. SAN I \\( isc.i, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1848. NO. 29.

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PRIVATE RIGHTS AND PUBLIC WRONGS. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

PRIVATE RIGHTS AND PUBLIC WRONGS. Concluded. Such, Mr Editor, are the public wrongs under which our people groan. What redress have the injured parties? How shall they seek it? To whom shall they apply for it ? These magistrates are placed in that capacity by mutual consent of all concerned for the purpose of securing protection, as far as may be; when they honestly exercise this authority delegated to them by the generous sympathies of the people, they deserve and receive the commendation of all good citizens but when it is exercised for selfish purposes, as a mode of gratifying private animosities, a pitiful spite, or bitter revenge, it becomes a despicable and outrageous piece of tyranny, the tendency of which is to utterly destroy all public liberty, and private right. As our alcaldes are in many cases misinformed as to the real power they enjoy ; and as some of them, instigated by bad motives, such as jealousy, spite, revenge, or any other malicious motive have indicated, not o...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

OFFICIAL^ rive Ilnndrccl Dollars Reward. A reward of Five Hundred Dollars Cash, will bo paid for the appr* hension and delivery of the person of PETER RAYMOND, charged with the mnrtler of J ol ,s R- Vox PrrsTErt, to the aide at Hutter"» Fort, or to the cominandinß officer ol either of iJie Military Posts of San Francisco or Monterey. By order of Cos. Mason. W. T. SHERMAN. Ist Lieut. 3rd Rrg't. A. A. A. On'l H«BJ Helvetia, Oct. 523, \BiS. 13— If Chief Magistrate's Ornce, ) District of San Francisco, Oct. 20, 1819. { TeftMToitr of California, I g9^ TJwtrict or S»s" Fra.n-cisco. S mO WILLIAM LANDERS Sheriff of tnis District: X Wher*a» it has brcn represented to this court lit affirmation and reported by common fame Uiat PETER RAYMOND, the perpetrator or the crime of rnurJer, is a fugitive from jusiice, and atlemptinj; to efcape lejjal trial for the crime. You are cjiii-M-}d"'« to make diligent p^arch and by all lawful ■isa «s,brinjj the body of Pelcr Raymond, the frjjilive eforesaid, i...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. WARD & SMITH, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Frank Ward, } No. 3 Montgomery Street, Wm. M. Smith. } San Francisco, Upper California J. BAWDEN, Wholesale Commission Merchant AND IMPORTER At the store foot of Broadway. 10-tf Sherman & Ruckel, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CORNER OF CLAY AND MONTGOMERY STS. San Francisco, Sept. 9, 1848. C. V. Gillespie, NOTARY PUBLIC. Protests noted and extended. General and particular averages stated. STARKEY, JANION & Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. And Importers of Goods direct from England, the Atlantic ports of the United States and China. San Francisco, U. C. A. J. GRAYSON, GENERAL DEALER IN MERCHANDISE, N. E. CORNER CITY HOTEL BUILDING, San Francisco, U. C. C. L. ROSS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer. i N. Y. Stare,*' Cor. Washington <$• Montgomery StSi San Fbancisco, \irtz% California. Leighton, Swim & Co M WHOLESALE AND RETAIL llMMl«, Start in Clay Atreet, San Francisco. Fi.umv...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

Advertisers are advised, that to ensure the publication of advertisements in the new paper, they should immediately notify its proprietors. To the Public. — With this number the publication of the "California Star and Californian" will cease. The subscriber has entered into business arrangements with Messrs. Gilbert and Hubbard of this town, under the name and firm of Gilbert, Kemble and Hubbard. and by them a new paper, entitled "ALTA CALIFORNIA," will be published at San Francisco, U. California, the first number of which will appear on Thursday, January 4, 1849. This new sheet will be improved to the extent of the limited facilities now existing in the country, and arrangements have been made to secure its regular and continued issue. Measures have been taken to enlarge the newspaper and the book and job establishment connected with it, so soon as the necessary materials can be procured. The business of the establishment will be transacted on the "payment in advance" principle en...

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i!utku*iaitit l'ru>isit>iiu! Government Mel'liug! I •aninity aud Action!! [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

i!utku*iaitit l'ru>isit>iiu! Government Me l'liug ! I •aninity aud Action ! ! At a meeting of the citizens of San Francisco, held in the public School House, on Thursday evening, December 21st, 1848, for the purpose of considering the necessity for immediate action for the establishment of a Provisional Government, in the Territory of Upper California, Dr. JOHN TOWNSEND was called to the chair, and Wm Clark and J. C. Ward elected Vice Presidents, and Wm. M. Smith and S. S. Howison appointed Secretaries. The President, upon taking the chair, explained the object of the meeting, to be as above staled, and enjoined upon the people the necessity for the adoption of early and decisive measures to accomplish an object involving so much of interest to every good citizen. On motion, a committee of seven, viz: Messrs. Gilbert, rfljreto, Schoolcraft, Norton, , Ruckulcw, Naglec and Crcighton was appointed to prepare resolutions expressive of I the views and feciinga of th...

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Rising of the People—Progress of the cause—)l ret ing in San Jose. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

Rising of the People—Progress of the cause— )l ret ing in San Jose. The following report ofthe first Provisiosa! Government meeting in the Territory was received last week. A meeting of the citizens of the Pueblo, U. C, was held at the Alcaldes office, in the Pueblo de San Jose, on Monday evening, Dec. 11, 1848, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of establishing a Provisional Territorial Goverment, for the better protection of life and property, until the United States shall extend over us their protection, by furnishing government and laws for California. Chas. White, Esq., was called to the chair, and the foilowing gentlemen were elected Vice Presidents. Dr. James Stokes, Maj. Thos. Campbell, and Julius Martin, Esq. P. B. Cornwall and Wm. L. Beebee were appointed Secretaries. The object of the meeting was stated in a brief and happy manner by the President ; after which, it was moved and carried, that a committee of five be appointed to draft and report to ...

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PUBLIC NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

PUBLIC NOTICE. An Election will bo held by the citizens of Sin Frtncisco, on the .?(h tiaH . pursu> ajit to the following Resolutions of (ha Council of the Town of San Francisco. Resolved, That an election bo held at the public School Mouse on the 27ih inst.. be> twrenthe hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., for the choice of seven persons, citizens of tha town, to nerve aa a Town Council of San Francisco for the year ending the let day of January, 1849; one of whom shall be chosen a* President of the Board; and that notice thereof be published by order of ... Council. Resolved, That Ihe Alcalde superintend such election! al«<». Resolred, That Messrs Howard and Jones bo associated with ti.e Aicnldc. T. M. LEAVENWORTH. Alcalde Dial Son Francisco, U. C. M. U. <"*iil\! a C'erk.

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MARINE JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED. Dec 16th, Ch brigantine Valadora, ------ master, 63 days from Valparaiso, with flour &c. to Cross, Hobson & Co. " Haw sch Julian, Moran master, with an assorted cargo to J. Bawden & Co. 19th, Am brig MaIek Adhel, HalI master, 25 days from Mazatlan. with blankets and other Mexican manufactures to R. A. Parker: reports the Cayuga and Swallow for this port soon. UNDER DESPATCH. Ship Rhone, HilI, for Honolulu. Ch ship Virginia, Bendixen, Valparaiso. Brigantine Henry, Hoyer, Monterey and Santa Cruz. " Velox, Vioget, Central America. Brig Troubador, ---- Mazatlan. MEMORANDA. The bark Undine sailed from Sousolito for Columbia river on the 22d inst. The U. S. ship Ohio sails for Mazatlan next week when Com. Jones' flag will be hoisted on board the U. S. ship St. Mary's, now anchored off the town. Freights of lumber from Bodega and Santa Cruz $40 to $50 per M feet.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

NOTICE. " HAVING been informed from various sources, of tbe great suffering and nee'Jy condition of many of those deluded and t bought le«prr»ons, who ia violation cf their plighted faith to their country, have deserted f.omthe Pac fie squadron, since the 9th day of November of this year ; and who are new paying the penally of their ir»n»grr«ina, ***** the combined suOVnng of disease, famine and exposure to an inclement winter; and that many of said de*ertcr«, tru^y repenting their rash and ill-judged act of deaettioa. woaid return to their allegiance aad Ikeer ship*, but for th© fear of the penalty which the laws might impose. I do hereby aajr to allsuch persons, who are chargtab'e with no other offence against the laws of the Navy than that of desertioo — great as is the enormity— return immediately, to your duty, and you will have no ranee to regret your eeaSdenea in my clemency and forbearance/ • '-• jhos ARC. JONES. Oommandrr in C-hier. U.S. Naval Forces, Pacific Ocean. tan rra...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

PROSPECTUS Will be published by the subscribers, on Thursday, January 4, 1849, at San Francisco, U. Califa, the first number of a weekly new.paper, entitled : "ALTA CALIFORNIA." Said paper will be. of the size of the present "Star and Californian. and will be devoted to the interests of the inhabitants, of Upper California. It will contain the current news of the day, and a general synopsis of political, commercial and literary intelligence. Its columns will always be open to contributors, and to the fair discussion of every question of public importance. The typographical appearance of the paper will be as great an improvement as is possible on that of its predecessors, and should it meet with a patronage commensurate to the efforts put forth to deserve the public good will, it is the intention of the publishers to enlarge it and print it on new type. The publishers assure subscribers that the publication of the "Alta California" will be regular and continued, as the best arrangeme...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

TO SHIP AND HOUSE BUILDERS ~ TENDERS will be received for building two scows, 70 feet long, 23 feet wide and3 deep. Likewise for building a store 50 feet long, 22 wide and 10 feet high, with a flat roof. For further information apply to Mr. DRING, Dec. 23, '48. 29-tf FINLEY, Johnson & Co., I K% '■ Jas i WflMd « P^r recent arrivals— Kf£ . ? Ccn * *V n ' Cc:F?e; cocoa J chewing tobacco; Sii''^"' 3*.nd4^broTui t S T?\ deai »?- '«»««»• i heavy shirting .tr.pe. ; « ao; heavy «,ca do; pf ', BU: mou^hnde i»/V C0:l ? 3hdkfo; whlle flaaneb; German fas. ware , crockery ware ; shoes ass'd : oakum, together with a geaf r.l assortment of durable goods Dec. 23, l&IS k ng.jf CARPENTERS' TOOLS AND BuJders' Materials, ; counting in part of jack •> smoothing and match plamti: augurs and chUels, all sizes;, g<,o C ; broad .its ; hatchets; bsmaea hand saws ; back do ; cress cut do ; rasps ana files ell kinds; compares; brace and bills; .bleu; tninir Mju»res...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

City Hotel. Located on the side of Portsmouth square The proprietor informs h« friemb sud the publ:c ti'.-iiTiMy. that hs has apt teased the abvvr .arge and well known estahhsbiDrn' which has been recently fitted up and furnished in the most modern s<yle.an<i from bis experience «a baaioees as a conductor of a public house, he hopes to gain a liberal share of patronage, Tho psrreyance department is attended with car* and attention, and his table supplied with ail the vaneties tho market afford*. ' Ills bar contains the Choicest brandj of cordials, wins* and liquors. Ia fart, no pains will be spared in any department to render his guests agreeable during thsir sojourn. J. 11. BROWN, Proprietor. San Francisco, Joly 15, 1548. 3-tf TiedicalTnotice. TBB undersigned. Physician and burgeon, of th« X Glasgow and Philadelphia Uoiversitiei, would! r--- arc! full y aanounco to the public that it n hi* intention to practice, and will attend carefully and punctually to all ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

Lins& coapaitd en tktgratt a/ L.tmt C J. Mikok. a/ flu 3d Kegt I S. Arty., MfUrei. SvwemUr 1848. I'm standing oa thy grate. Miner, Whrre the wind b.o* i keen and free: The rough wave waves dash upoa the shore, , And lhe*e o!d piars moau for ihec. Tbou *rt buried in a foreign land. Far from thy friend* nioU dear, Jpat all who eVe « .a*,»r<J thy wanly ht»«l For U»ce ißttsl *2;ed a tear. Though a mother's hand closed not tby eyas, Or a sitter wstcjird iby brd ; There's one who mart have fell their ties, Wbo acted in their stead. , For when fell fever parched thy lips, And glased thy aching eyes, She gay« ihre cooling draughts to sip And caaght thy parting stgha. Although abs speaks aaother tongue. And her counlnmen were thy foes. She watched by ihee as by a son, As none bat mothers know. And tbo' thou could not thank her hart, Y*t when you meet above There's who will reward her there. For her truly mother's lore. Saga. Popular Sentiment in Canada —An observing co...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. mHB undenignedlave rntcn'd into a copartnership I for the tranwetion of a General and CommUsioa I bos ness, undrr Ilia firm of FINLEY, JOHNSON A CO , in the Portsmouth House. Clay >.. where thty eiTer a Urge and general assortment of merchandise for sale on liberal terms. JOHN M. FINLEY. CHAS. H.JOHNSON, J. W. AUSTIN. San Francisco, Oct. 20th, 1840 14-tf COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. The public are respectfully informed that the subscribers have taken a store in Sutter's Fort, New Helvetia, where they purpose carrying on a wholesale and retail Dry Goods and Grocery Business, under the firm of MURRAY & LAPPEUS. TLose who favor them with a call will always find a well selected assortment of goods, such as will meet the necessities of the mining community. They hope by assiduity and attention to business to merit a share of las public patronage. New Helvetia, Oct. 15tb, 1840. 13 tf COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE THE undersigned take pleasure in informing thei...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 23 December 1848

NEW STORE. mllß subscribers have juM opened a large assortment J. of New Good* parVirgaia am! Undine, in thej north-u-p>t corner of the Portsmouth House, caaao > nig in part a genera! variety of Hardware, cutlery, car* pcnler'tf and miner's tools, builder's material.*, j ware, tin ware, boots, shoes, hats, Caps, bonnets, ho i icry» domestics, tweeds, prints, toweling, plated and German silver spoons, combs uud brushr*, spades and shovels- rifles und pistols, $ addles und bridles, steel, &C. Also, a large sud complete assortment of readt cLoTinxii, of all descriptions, blaokeU, shirts, &c, which will be sold for cash or gold du»t at reasonable prices. C. E. ETslO&£ • 8-1/ G. D. OILMAN, GOODS FOR SALE, ON board bark Janet, by the uodersigne'd, 35 a 3C inch «attceus,23 I>2 inch li^-'d black unfit for ladle dr*sses, 3G inch strong brown cotto. satin i>carf* ans slocks, Udies net night cap*, clouting aaSßaVi ...

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