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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848

For Monterey and Sanla Cruz. [Sailing Ship Symbol] THE fast sailing Brig HENRY will sail from this place, for the above Ports about the 1st of April. For freight or passage, apply to C. L. ROSS, San Francisco, Feb. 20, 1848. 8-tf. (Line Break) California Saddles. A Consignment of superior California Saddles, for sale at the New York Store, by 9-tf C. L. ROSS. (Line Break) Dissolution. THE Co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Prudon & Haan dissolved by mutual consent. The business of the firm will bo conducted by tho undersigned. VICTOR PRUDON. Sonoma, Feb 14, 1848. 8-tf (Line Break) LA Compania conocida bajo los nombre Sr Prudon y Haan, se ha disuelto por mutua consentimiento de los dos socios, quedando solo con la negociop el infrascripto. Sonoma, Febrero 14, 1848. 8-tf (Line Break) SALT MACKEREL, Fresh Butter, Eggs, Dried Pears, and New Cheese, at C. L. ROSS' 9-tf New York Store. (Line Break) Noticia. EL infrascrito habiendo sido nombrada Agrimensor del...

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848

JUST RECEIVED at the New York Store, from the Eagle direct from China, a large lot of Fresh Teas, consisting of Fine Hyson, " Young Hyson, Superfine " " and Gunpowder Imperial Green Teas, Superior Oolong Black ditto. Also Sugar and Rice -- very low for cash. 9-tf (Break) Flannels. DOUBLE width English Flannels, assorted colors, at 75 cents per yard. liberal discounts to wholesale purchasers. At the New York Store. 9-tf (Break) L. W. HASTINGS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. WILL now devote his entire attention to his profession; he will attend to the collection of debts, and to all other business connected with his profession, in any portion of the Territory; he will also attend to any collection of foreign debts, either in the Sandwich Islands, Oregon, or any portion of the United States, and to the collection of debts and the remission of money due to foreign creditors. All professional business intrusted to his care will receive his prompt and assiduous...

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848

MELLUS & HOWARD, HAVING JUST RECEIVED a large variety of Merchandise, offer for sale Blue taints, Fonoy do., Mourning do., Woolen long M and half Hose, Culton do. do., Velveteens, Cassimercs dark ond fancy, Bin? Cloth, a variety of best Pant Stuiw, blue ond brown Drills, white and brown Cotton, Linen col'd. and Cottsn col'd. Thread, while Thread, white and col'd. Shirts, Flannel do., white, red aud blue Flannel, Silk aud Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk and Cotton Rebecs, Merino and Cotton Shawls, Book Muslin, black and Codec col'd Satin, Fur and Guay!'ur and < aquil Hats, Spanish Cards, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, Nails, Axes, Paints, Oil, Turpentine, Bright Varnish, Paint and Tar Brushes, Sugar, black aud green Tea, I' in t ami I i Te a, Codec, Chocolate, Rice, Raisins, Brandy, Gin, Rum, Aguadiente, Wine*, (California and Claret,) ('rock- \ , | ery Ware, Flour, Barley, Wheat. Corn, manufactured* and leaf Tobacco, Blank Books, Letter Paper, Amer- ■ ■ • 1 . American Soap...

Publication Title: California Star
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THE DITERS BIT [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848

THE BITERS BIT. Some days ago a story went the rounds touching a man who, having presented himself in his shirt sleves at the American museum, New York, received the loan of a coat from Mr. Barnum. and after viewing the curiosities, sloped with the garment, thus obtaining a sight of the elephant and a splendid swallow-tail lor twenty five cents. This reminds us of an affair that occurred in 1840, on board the old Columbus, when she lay at Charlestown Navy Yard. One day, a long green Vermonter straggled on board the frigate, and examined every thing on deck with curious eyes. The officer of the watch, from his bearing and neatness of his uniform, attracted the Yankee's notice. "Got a pretty good place here -- hey?" he inquired. The officer a ssented. "What wages do you get ?" "One hundred and twenty-five dollars a month, sir." "One hundred and twenty-five dollars! All tew yourself ! Shoh !" "Fact, sir." "Well", I wonder if I couldn't get something to do here, myself ?" "Oh yes, you'd...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848

Dr. BBMAJIIN BRANim CTII'S VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. iTrraoPtcED ut nm into the c. *. is 1635. "Science should contribute to the Comfort, Health, and Happiness of mankind." * WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE STOaE Of C.L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, UPPER CALIFORNIA. ON Tho 16th of May, 1933, the** now truly celebrated Pills were first made known in (lie United States, although in Europe they had been previously before the public near a century. The American public naturally viewed them with suspicion, but oson trial they were found what they professed, it was soon dirplaced by the greatest confidence Thcv have secured this character, too, under very adverse circumstances, having lo contend with tbe base slanders promulgated by those interested in keeping mankind in a state of error as regards to the functions of their bodies. Dr. Brandreth would here impress on his friends, and the public generally, that however different may be the action of tho Pills at different times, that such different ...

Publication Title: California Star
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848

bowels) IN ALL CASES. WHICH CURE THE DISEASE.— I . ople of very weakly constitution* often require stronger doses than more healthy persons. Health and sickness being e struggle of two principles, or humors within u*;,tho one good and supporter of life, the other bad. and destroyer of it. I These Pills assist nature to aid the good in throwing off the bad. — It is evident that the more the nDe predominate* over the good, the more assistance the good requires This is proved by the fact that in almost all violent diseases he patient requires large dose* and they often have very little effect ; but that only proves th* great necessity there is for perseverance until powerful purging takes place. No one will doubt the truth of this who will once fully try it. Let this most important truth be deeply irnprtseed on every mind. That all pain or weakness is owing to morbid, stagnant, and Corrupt humors, which impede the circulation of the blObd, and that these pill* if persevered in, will re...

Publication Title: California Star
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 4 March 1848

PR TJEBAS KM FAVOR DE LA9 PILDORAS VEJETALES UNIVERSALE.? BEL DOCTOR BBANDRETH. rOS MAYOR v MENOR EN EL J. Ml AC EN DC C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. 1\ efecto de esta medicina famosa el purifiear la 4m sangre ; el convertir la sangre pobro y corrompida en sangre rica y sana. Y porque producen est- efecto, las ban buscada con pcrseverancia nuestros ciudadanos do das las closes J y la eficacia notoria que tienen die ha* pildoras de restaurar la enlud, las hace tan popul I luran ellas de todas enfermedades, solamente por. que purifican la sangre, quitandole las propiedades males y suministrandole las buenas. So forma de la sangre la parte solida del cuerpo hitmano. Se convierten en sangre los alimentos qua tomamos, y asi recupera el cuerpo lo que pierde continuamente. <■- suerte que, seguu el sistema natural, en el espacio, a poca diferencia, de nueve anos, los alimentos renuevan enteramente el cnerpo. Supougamos que por cualquier causa, y aim a consecuencia de...

Publication Title: California Star
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

The Californian Star. I- pr.p.ni.. M th. .matta. «f . G OTMmen , gi , CT btttto Pablic Opinioai i( „ aKuintl „,„ rmic 0Mm b. EnV,fri nt 6.-Wa,ii, gl ,n "~— — — ■ - I II ■ VOL, II. Baa FRANCISCO, MARCH 11, 1848. Ml. 10.

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OPINION IN ENGLAND RELATIVE TO THE MEXICAN WAR [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

OPINION IN ENGLAND RELATIVE TO THE MEXICAN WAR. [From the London Times, April 26,] * * * * * * the United States, myself and the topographical party of which I formerly had command. 3. A copy of the communication from Senator Benton, asking for my arrest and trial on the charges made in the newspapers against me, and which application from him I adopt and make my own. 4. That charges and specifications, in addition to those filed by General Kearney, be made out in form against me, on all the newspaper publications which have come, or shall come to the knowledge of the office, and on all other information, oral or written. Indeed, beyond the fact that the Americans undoubtedly beat off, though from a strong position, a force nearly quadrupling their own, they seem to have no great grounds for triumph. Santa Anna's movements have been very leisurely, and there is no reason to think them otherwise than voluntary. The debatable ground was between Saltillo and Agua Nueva. From the latter...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK & JOB PRINTING, SUCH AS Pamphlets Bills of Exchange, Catalogues, Shop Bills Circulars, Bills of Lading, Hand-bills, Blank Deeds, BillHeads &c &c Executed with neatness and despatch. WARD & SMITH, General Commission Merchants. Frank Ward, ) No 3 Montgomery Street, Wm. M. Smith, $ Sam Francisco, Urrca California C. L. ROSS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer. A*_ V. Store" Cor. Washington 4- Montgomery Sts. San Francisco, UrrER California. MELLUS & HOWARD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. MERCHANTS. Store in Montgomery St., San Francisco. WM. H. DAVIS, Wholesale and Retail merchant. San Francisco, Alta California. ROBT. A. PARKER, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE, (clay st. orrosiTE ronTSMOUTH house.) San Francisco. U. C. V McDONALD & BUCHANAN, Auction and Commission Merchants. [N. E.. CORNER OF PORTSMOUTH SQUARE.) SAN FRANCISCO. DICKSON & HAY, WHOLESALE &a...

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MEXICO PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

MEXICO PAPERS. Captain J. L Folaow, U. S. Quarter Master at this place, requests us to state, that a Government Mail, for official reports, de* •patches, cVc, will leave the lower Pueblo. (Los Angeles.) for the United States, via Santa Fo, New Mexico, early in May. Lieut. G Carson, U. S. Army, the bearer, will be permitted, for the public accommodation, to take light letters, free of charge, to St. Louis. Missouri ; but no heavy packages or,newspapers should be sent, as they cannot bo taken All letters deposited at the Quarter Master's office, in San Francisco, prior to Monday, April 17th, will bo forwarded by the Express- * . --- to Queretaro. for the purpose of throwing obstacles in the way of negotiations, and creating a popular rising in his favor. The new President seems to lack the nerve required in the highest official of the Government at the present crisis, and his ministers are much in the same predicament. They seem to be afraid that Santa Anna may yet regain the power an...

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[COMMUNICATED] THE WOLF IN SHEEP`S CLOTHING [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

[COMMUNICATED] THE WOLF IN SHEEP`S CLOTHING We have remarked with deep regret for some time past, that one of the public par/era in this place (the Californian) has been characterized by articles of a most objectionable tendency, such as render it a nuisance rata** than an advantage to the place. Irs columns have been filled with low invectives, inuendoes, end abuse, calculated to produce the most unfavorable impressions abroad. It is publicly asserted that George Hyde, Alcalda of San Francisco, has purchased an interest in that paper, and that it is now under his absolute control. If it is so, (and let him deny it. if it is not.) where is the citizen who is not filled with shame and indignation to learn that the author of these articles, most of them self-lauditory. or insulting and scandalous, are written by one who iiolds the responsible office of Alcalde? The last thunderbolts of the Culifomion were aimed against Mr. L, a sup. porter of Mr. Hyde, as long as conscience would perm...

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jr*f Sim1* Mminma i'.irr* •(mm!il« jjCC.] [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

[Cal. Star's Sonoma Correspondence.] Sonoma, California, Feb. 15, 1848. Mr. Editor : — Man is said to be a reasoning animal, (brutes are too though in a less degree.) but yet, how few conform their faith in all things to its teachings. It is, however, a redeeming fault, when philanthrophy clouds the vision and turns us aside from the path of truth and right. Far better this than have it obscured, or its warning voice unheeded, by wild fanaticism and the base passions that pollute the hearts of men. With these sentiments I meet "Humanitas"' again,, in all the kind feeling his name and character calls for, to discuss further the nature of man, particularly, that portion more immediately the subject matter of our discourse — the Indians of our country. In my last was asserted the peculiar unfitness of Americans — with rare exceptions— to have any intercourse with, or any control over Indians. Indeed, from the start", the policy of our Government in dealing with them has bean altogether...

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MARINE JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. SAILED. March 4—Brig Euphemia, Vioget, for Sandwich Islands, via Monterey March 4—Brig Eagle, Lovett, for Mazatlan, and Sandwich Islands. In compliance- with the orders of Governor Mason, the undersigned will visit all the principal towns and settlements, in the Northern Department of California, for tiro purpose of conferring with the people in reference to the necessity of raising a Battalion of Volunteers in California, for the service in the South ; and for the purpose of enlisting those of our patriotic citizens, who feel a desire and determination to sus- lam the American Flag wherever raised. For the shove purpose, he will be, nnd remain at New Helvetia, from OS* 1 7 lis SB the 23d instant; al Bass**) and iMontezoma, from the doth to the 2Mb ; at Sonoma, from the 3 1st inst. to the 5th of Aptil) at Benicia, from the bin lo the eih ; at the Pueblo San Jose, from • the 10th to the 14 h; and ci San Francisco, from tbe 16th to the .'Oth of A...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

Auction Sale. By an order from the Court of Admirably, I shall proceed to sell at PUBLIC AUCTION, near the Custom House in Monterey, on Thursday the 16th inst , at 9 o'clock, A.M., the Prize ship ADMITTANCE and her cargo. The Ship Admittance is of about four hundred and twenty tons burthen, she is copper fastened, is perfectly sound. Her rigging is in excellent condition and she is well furnished with boats, extra sails, ropes, &c. The cargo consists of -- First. 2707 bales of Cotton, averaging about 175 pounds each bale, and is of prime quality. Second. 174 bales of excellent Foolscap paper, containing about 3500 reams more or less. Also 29 boxes of Superfine letter paper, containing about 500 reams. Third. 89,384 pounds of Swedish bar iron. Terms of sale, Cash on delivery. WILLIAM K. GARNER. Auctioneer. Monterey, Feb. 24.1848 10-1 (Line Break) GREEN BAIZE, a very nice article for Table Cloths, at the New York Store. 9-tf (Line Break) 45,000 SHINGLES, for sale at the St...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

JUST U.i 'EIVEI. tithe New York Store, irons ■ tho Eagle direct from China, a large let of Fresh I too, consisting of * ' Fine Hyson, " Young Upon, Supe rfine u - and Gunpowder Imperial Green Tea*, -Superior Oolonj Black ditto. Also Sugar i.nd Rice,— very low for cash. 9-t/ ~~ I latiiii-l.. " DOUBLE width English Flannels, assorted colors, at 75 cents per yard. Liberal discounts to wholesale purchasers. At the New York Store.^ -; _ 9-tf I.. W. HASTINGS, r AtTOSNET A.\D CoCSSKLI.oa AT Law, a__D SOLICITOR iv CmscEaT. WILL now devote his entire attention to hi* prof V fession ; he will attend to the collection of debt*. and to all other business connected with hie profession. in any portion of the Territory ; he will also attend to the collection of foreign debts, either in the Sandwich Islands, Oregon, or any portion of the United States, and to the collection of debts and the remission of money due to foreign creditors. All professional business intrusted to his care will receive his...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 11 March 1848

IMELLIS * HOWARD, HAVING JUST RECEIVED a large variety of Merchandise, offer lor sale Blue Print.. Fancy do., Mourning do.. Woolen long • nd half Hose, Cotton do. do., Velveteen*, Ce-»imcres I dark and fancy, Bine Cloth, a variety of beat Pant dark «ind fancy. Blue C!oth, a var.ety oi beat Kant Stuff*, blue and brown Drills, white and brown Cotton; Linen col'd. and Cotton cold. Thread, white Thread. while and cos"d. Shirts, Flannel do., white, ltd anil blue Flannel, S.Ik and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk. and Cotton Rehos»s. Merino and Cotton Shawl*. Book Muslin, black and Coffee col'd Satin, Fur and Guayaquil Hats, Spanish Cards, Brooms, Bucket?. Tub*, Nails, Axes, Paints, Oil, Turpentine, Bright Varnish, Paint and Tar Brushes, Sugar, black and green Tea, Coffee, Chocolate. Rice, Rais-ns, Brandy, Gin, Rum, Aguadiente, Wines, (California and Claret,) Crockcry Ware, Flour, Barley, Wheat, Corn, manufactured and leaf Tobacco, BUnk Books. Letter Paper. American Soap, Friction Matches, Anni...

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