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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 March 1848

Dr. BENJAMIN BRANDRETH'S VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. t.S'TKODVCCD BY HIM INTO THE I. •- I.V 1t35. "Science should contribute to the Comfort, Health, and Happiness of mankind." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE STORE OF C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, UPPER CALIFORNIA. On The 18th of May, 1835, these now truly celebrated Pills were first made known in the United States, although in Europe they had previously before the 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. Thcv have secured this character, too, under very adverse circumEtauccfi, having to contend with the baie slanders promulgated by those interested in keeping mankind in a state of error as regards to the functions of their bodies. Dr. Urandrcth would here impress on his friends, aud the public generally, that however different may be the actioa of the Pills at different times, that such , different a...

Publication Title: California Star
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 March 1848

bowels) IN ALL CASES, WHICH CURE THE DISEASE.—PeopIe of very weakly constitutions often require stronger doses than more healthy persons. Health and sickness being a struggle of two principles, or huniora within us; the one good and supporter of life, the other bad, and destroyer of it. These . Pills | a.««ist nature to uid the good in throwing off the bad. — 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 nccesnity there is for perseverance until powerful purging takes place. No one will doubt the truth of this who will once Hilly try it. Let this most important truth be deeply impressed on every mind. That ail pain or weakness i* owing to morbid, stagnant, and corrupt humors, which impede the circulatf on of the blood, and that these pills if persevered in, will...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 March 1848

PRUEBAS EN FAVOR DE LAS PILDORAS VEJETALES UNIVERSALES DEL DOCTOR BRANDETH. POR MAYOR V MENOR r.V EL ALMACKN DE C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. ES efecto de esta mediciua fiaaaasa cl ptarsSeai l a j sangre ; el eonvertir la sangre pobro y corronipi(j a en sangre rico y sana. V porque producer! esti efecto las han.buscada con persoverancia nuestros ciudadano* de todas las clases ; y la eficacia notoria que ticnen dichas pildoras de restaurar la salud, las hace tao popularcs. Coran ellas de to&zs enfermedades, solamente p OT . que purifican It sangre, quitandole la propiedadej malatii y suministrandole las bucnas. So forma de la uangre la parte solida del cuerpo hamano. Se convierten en sangre los alimeotos qu» tomamos, y asi laaapara el cucrpo lo que pierde coolinuamente, de suertu que, tseguu el sisteniu natural en el e*paeio, a poca diicrencia, de uueve anos, 1^ alimentos BBBoevaa eatofaaasotf el cuerpo. Sudoq. gamos que por cualquier causa, yas a consecuenc...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

The California Star. V r OL 11. fegtef^y.frr^ 61 "^ of > CoTernment gives force to Public Opinion, it is e-cnlial that Public Op "inioa" shoaidl be E a n ? htc^d.lt^ /r^ SAN PRAffCISCO, MAHCII 25, 184 NO. 12.

Publication Title: California Star
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fKor tiie Cilifo.n i aVi Pearl tnhcrj ol Lowtr California. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

[For the California Star.] Pearl Fishery of Lower California. AN EXTRACT FUOM THE JOURNAL of NED NORTHPOLE It was on a clear, beautifully moonlit night, in the latter part of October, that a party of three of us in a little fishing boat stood out from the Bay of La Paz, on a visit to the Pearl Fishery of San Lorenzo, about thirty miles distant. We chose the night for its coolness, and the delicious land breeze which blew our little boat over the water so rapidly, and afforded so pleasing a contrast in feeling to the burning sun and stirless atmosphere of a tropical sky. To one who has never been buoyed on the waters of the beautiful Gulf of California, no description can convey an accurate idea of its stillness, and its beauty, when at the close of the long sunny day, it is resting beneath the smile of the unclouded, starry sky, which is ever above it. — Like a little inland lake in summer time, unrippled and mirror-like, its waters were so clear that, even by moonlight, its shell p...

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BATTLE OF LA PAZ. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

BATTLE OF LA PAZ. La Paz, Lower California, ) January 1st 1848. ) The 7th Regiment of N. Y. S. Volunteers is no longer 'bloodless.' ln the words of Shakespear "ww have had a battle," and knowing the interest felt in the upper country in regard to us, I have thought an account of it might be read there by our friends and brethren in arms with pleasure. You are aware that the two companies A and B, under command of Lt. Col. Henry S. Burton were dispatched from Santa Barbara in July last for the purpose of garrisoning this town. Representations had been made of the quiet condition of the country and the peaceable disposition of the inhabitants, which justified the military commandant in sending so small a force. We arrived here, a hundred of us, on the 21st of July, and comfortable quarters being procured WO were soon settled down in quietude, jki- -mm; our time in doing nothing, and no in'ir-; expecting our future work than though wo had been again snugly encamped on (.fovernor's Isla...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

BUSINESS CARDS BOOK & JOB PRINTING, — SUCH AS — Pamphlets, Bills of Exchange, Catalogues, Shop Bills, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Hand-bills, Blank Deeds, Bill Heads, &c, &c,. Executed with neatness and despatch. WARD & SMITH, General Commission Merchants Frank Ward, { No it MovTOOsiEiir Stuebt, \\, M. .Smith. \ San Fba.ncipco, Urrr.a California C. L. ROSS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer. N. Y. Store, 1 ' Cor. Washington <fr Montgomery Sts. San Francisco, Citer Cauiohma. ■ILLUB iV UOWARIV WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEKCHAKTS. >Store in Montgomery St., Sao Francisco. ~ "wiriirDATisT Wholesale and Retail Merchant. { SAN FRANCISCO, Alta Calitorma. ROBT. A. PARKER, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. AND — WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE, (CLAY ST. OPPOSITE PORTSMOUTH HOUSE.) San Francisco, U. C. McDONALD & BUCHANAN, Auction and Commission Merchants. [N. E. CORNER OF PORTSMOUTH SQUARE.] SAN FRANCISCO. DICKSON & H...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

A large amount of funds, from the sale of Beach and Water property in this place, were deposited in the hands of the Alcalde of this district, which have not been turned over to the Treasurer of the Town ; neither has an account been rendered of the same by his honor the Alcalde. It is not our purpose, at the present time, to enter into a practical review of the administrative career of this Alcalde, nor enumerate, in an exposition of his subtle course, the many dishonorable acts with which he stands chargeed. Let us to a fact or two only, warranted as we are in a further investigation of his entire judicial conduct. As we have said, this money has not been accounted for, and this money has remained in the hands of this Alcalde ever since the twenty-third day of last November, from the best information that can be gathered. The funds received by the Council of this town, upon entering upon the discharge of their duties, amounted to upwards of $2,000, and was not attended with any ac...

Publication Title: California Star
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[Far tlia California SUr] Prexpecu e>: Califoriaim. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

[Far tlia California SUr] Prexpecu e>: Califoriaim. With so many advantages, is it surprising that all industrious farmers who arrive poor in California, soon become, not only independent but wealthy? Every tbing oero '• calculated to promote their happtocM tod prosper' l ?* With a climate rivalled in parity a 4 equability, the temperature being such as to »;;«»• us a perpetual feast of the most delicate vegeta- { b f * ; with facilities far acquiring and eecuring large tract* of laad ; with high prices for produce ; (an amigrtatt who arrived here last ye*/, has already cleared «:xteen hundred dollar*, by chickens and egg» alone, frMB his Urn. 0 with all these superior advautages, California, like a good mother, promises to take Use kit c»re of all her worthy chiidrrn. Nor »■ sickness, i that scourg* of humanity, here to harms* and binder as ii our pursuits. home portions of the Sacramento and s.:Jj-;...:in'' 1 ftubject to bit! ioos remittent klid inter* lajuenl fevers du...

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[OaJ. Slar>.Monterey Corre«pondence ] The Capital and the Siesta. %A [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

[OaJ. Slar>.Monterey Corre«pondence ] The Capital and the Siesta. %A Monterey it surrounded by a chain of lofty hills, except to the southeast, which opens into ■ broad valley shaded by evergreen oaks. — Some of these hills are clothed in a luxuriant , growth of wild oats, presenting throughout the year, July and August excepted, a verdant prospect, resembling ihe "undulations" of the prairies after a May shower. The hills to the west of the town, rise, some of them, to an altitude of several hundred feet, in the form of irregular cones, and in addition to the perrenial sward before mentioned, are covered with a dense forest of lofty pine trees, filled with a variety of birds, and seeming to utter, at sunrise, strange, sweet sounds, like the fabled music of Mernnon struck by the ray of morning. Couched among these green hills, on an arm of the Pacific, is Monterey, the capitol of tho Californias. A piece famed in chronicle, as the nursery of bloodless revolutions, and if ...

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i:xi»loi hit; |:«|»«>«lillon. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

Exploring Expedition A Public Meeting will be held in the School House on Monday Evening next at early candle light, for the purpose of adopting measures to raise and fit out a party to explore the region of Trinidad Bay, leaving this place on the first of April next. An interest has been felt for the past two years relative to this imperfectly known section of California. It is believed the general wish to procure reliable information from this quarter will induce a large attendance. MANY CITIZENS. (Break) So great is the quantity of gold taken from the mine recently found at New Helvetia, that is has become an article of traffic in that vicinity. (Break)

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FROM OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

FROM OREGON. Distressing News— The following intelligence, received at the Sandwich Islands, by the arrival of the Bark Janet, we take from Honolulu papers The Polynesian acknowledges files of the Spectator from Oregon to Dec. 9th. The appended extracts from a letter dated Fort Vancouver Dee 9th, furnish the particulars of ibis dreadful outrage, so far as known. S. N Newcastle. Esq: Sir,— lt is with feelings indescribably painful that I hasten to communicate to you, for the information •f tha Board of Missions, intelligence of a d;ssstrous event S) bch lately occurred at the miwiouary station of Waiilatpo. Our estimable friend Dr. .Whitman, his aimable and accomplished lady, and nine other men and youths, in the mission employ, were murdered on the 29th ult. by the Cayuse Indians, with circumstances of the most revolting cruelty. The Cayuse are the most treacherous and untractable of all the Indian tribes in this country, and had on many former occasions alarmed the inmates of the m...

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MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED, March 19—Brigantine Providence, Hinckley, 17 days from the Sandwich Islands. Cargo, general merchandise. SAILED. March 20—Ship Barnstable, Hall, for Boston, via southern ports. PASSENGERS. In the Providence, from Tahiti, R. Tobin and lady, Messrs Wilson, McLeod, Melville, Murray, Leighton, Driscoll, and Kettel. In the Barnstable, for southern ports, H. Mellus, Esq., Judge Hyde, and Lt. Brewerton. MEMORANDA. The bk Matilda, Land, sailed from New York in Oct last for Honolulu, via Valparaiso and California. Hwn schr Starling, Winckley, left Honolulu Feb 4th, for this port. Am. whaleship Hope was lost in Margarita bay. L C. Dec 13th. Brig Com. Stockton went ashore in Jan. near where the Hope was lost—say thes Polynesian. In Margarita bay are reported among others, vessels Bowditch, Vesper, and Magnolia. Capt Simmons of the latter would leave for home shortly, overland. Ship Charles is advertised in S I. papers for Hong-Kong. Am schr Honol...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

CROSSING THE MOUNTAINS. THE Undersigned, wourd respectfully; notify persons wishing to return to the States by over land that he keeps constantly on hand, a!l the "necessary outfit for the journey, at reduced prices. Horses, Mules, packs, pack-saddles, picket-ropes, provisions, &c.&c, Also, superior article of California Riding Saddles all complete. C. C. SMITH & Co. New Helvetia, March 25th, 1848.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

]:;:'■ AUCTION SALE. Will be .*ki at PUBLIC SALE on the 28th of this month, at tIsSJ Government Warehouse, the foHowing\rticles, comprising the bulk of the Cargo of Brig SABiNI CIGARS. 9 thousand Cigars, Spanish, ,es, 25 11 M St Domingo, SIX CASES SHOES. * 50 pair, superior article, 53: ;**;: t: """7 •GO . .'£ /'^ : '/l.} 50 •* 53 ■ *' '* . CLOTHING. 20 Pea Jackets, 16 Reefing do, 100 Flannel Shirts. .50 pair thick raj. is, 10 Vests, 40 M 20 fine blue cloth Jackets, 20 pair •in*l Drawers, 6 dox. Glazed Caps, . g «• • 50 Sou-westers, (> 6 doz, Smoking Caps, .lOO.rancy bhirts, 40 dos White do. % Superfine Pea Jackets^ 30 Guernsey Shirts, 4 doa Elastic Braces, 1 4 Chests. 6 doz CUb Cape, GO pair Denim Panl*> §50 Green Jackets, 12 Oiled Suits, 12 pair Cassimero Pant?, BOOTS. 50 pair light calf Boots, 50 do " tt ; •• wehed, 50 do <« M At OXJ Qtf 50 do « kip '< 30 do heavy v 3 BALES, containing 10 pair Navy Blankets, 58 " DuJ: " 37 " v a HOSIERY...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 March 1848

G doz Muffins Gdoz " lt G doz • 4 2G Tea Setts IGdoz Dip BowU iGdozCC " 12doz C C i: Basins 12 bluo Basins 2 doz Tea Setts 2 doc Muffin Plates 2 doz setts blue Co (Tee 3 doz - 3 :o*z Lamps I doz f**«'^ 4 — 5 pr Castors 4—47 ?:•«&. 1 doz dif. Covered do , 2 deis Jugs and Pitchers 2 tea -" ii*Jjt ■M « « Bdoz£C 1 doz dip >*ti 2 doz Black Teapots 3 doz dip Mugs 3 doz C C * ; 2 doz C C Chambers 1 doz covered " 2 doz Sugar dishes 17 1-2 doz Tumblers 12 bars Steel And a variety of other Valuable Goods, which will bo sold to taVI Highest Bidders for Cash or Approved Credit. Terms made known at the day of sale WILLIAM M SMITH, AuctioneerSan Franci«ro, March 18 1848. Great Bargains at Tin; NEW YORK STORE. Selling off at rcdnccd l'ric<»s. T^OB)s«sjß)in'*Qts the subscriber . ollVrs the following jjoods which will be found much cheaper than ever l>eforo offenAl : ■ Hooka &. Eyes .17 l-"2 cts. |>er dot. boxes. Sup»-ri«r platcil d...

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