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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 April 1848

urn B A ;io\v,\:;i). nAVING JUST ltlX:£lV££; t b&?iftig£f# Merchandise ofirr for sals Blue pr.nU, fancy do. saoexong do. * weoiea long and half hose, cttJou do do t vctvetecas, c&tsunart* dark aaJ faucy, b!uo cloth, a variet/ of U\»ipa^t stulL, blae and brown drills, whiio aud brotrii couoa, Coin cold and cotton cold thread, whito and colored rhitu, •! a:: ::•.■: do, silk and cottou handkerchief, silk ■-..'! •■■.»;: Sseeeßßi ?>lerino aad cottcu .•>;.■.■..-, Look muslin, hlack . id coffee colored saliu, fur aod Uuaya* «juil hats, £panUh cards, bruoics, buckeD, tubd, nixV.s, axes, paints, oJ, turpeutins, bright varuiaJj, paiotiiad tarbnuhe- sujar, black and jjrcea tea, coftl-o, checo!*tp, rice, raisius, brandy, gin, rum, aguadicnte, priucs, (Califoxnia and .claret,) crockery ware, tlour, baricy, wheat, corn, reauuuetured and leaf tobacco, b.uuk books, Icttrr paper, American coap, frictiou matches, aiiaia sted, sauce pans, ihocs; with a lar...

Publication Title: California Star
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SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 April 1848

SCHOOL The school to be kept in the public school house of San Francisco, will commince on Mondiy the third of April next, under the superintendence of Mr. Thomas Douglass, a graduate of Yale College, Connecticutt. Mr. D. has had more than ten years experience in the instruction of Academics and High Schools in the States, and has in his possession testimonials from the Trustees of those Institutions which speak of him as a skillful and successful teacher and as well qualified for the business of his profession. The undersigned Trustees, therefore, cheerfully commend his school to the patronage of the citizens of this Town and vicinity, confident that he will do all in his power to impart thorough education to pupils committed to his care. The Terms of Tuition will be as follows. — For instruction in Reading, Writing, Spoil v ing and Defining, and Geography, per quarter. In the above breaches with the addition of Mental end Practical Arithmetic, English Grammcr* and English Composit...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 April 1848

PORTSMOUTH HOUSE HOTEL. San Francisco, Altai California^ TH IS Establishment having been, during the past summer, thoroughly repaired, enlarged, and newly fitted up, ihe undersigned, proprietor, it prepared to accommodate permanent boarders and transient persons, in a stylo not inferior to any Hotel in the country. Returning his thanks to the public for their past pa. tron* tho subscriber solicits a continuance cf their favor. The Table will continue to be as good as can be found in the country, end the charges will bo moderate. E. P. JONES. San Francisco, Jan 22, 1848 * 1-tf m COLONNADE HOUSE. Mill KEARNEV STREET. PUBLIC ATTENTION is invited to this *• newly fitted up, and genteel establishment, situated in Kearney Etrcct v few doors from Portsmouth Square. The proprietor, determined upon maintaining the respectability of the House, now open it well furnished, and* trill cpare no psissi to make is the first establish* ment of the kind now i. tho place. An a Res* tanrant it will bo ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 April 1848

Great B argai iTs AT THE NEW YORK STORE. Selling off! at reduced Prices. T: of consignmenta the sulv .-*• ecribcr offcro tho following goods which will bo foand much cheaper than ever before oiFcrHooks and Eyes 37 1-2 cts. per dox. bores. Superior plated do 61 per gross. Tapes, 12 1-2 ct3, per pieces, Pins at 75 cts per bunch, Buttons, assorted 25 etc to 5 dols per gross, Shirt Cc!hr3, sl.so perdoz. .«« Boioibs3,oo « '.**'< " lJ superior 0,00 per doz. Silver pencils 2 doh Wooden lead pencili 1 to 3 r«ales per doz Back combs 50 cts to 3 dola per doz. Dressing cprabs.. ns'td, 37 c- to 2$ per doz .36 tOOth " 1,50 f«r doz Assorted cotton thread 75 cts per Ib. Steel pens 25 eta to I dol pet j-rosg, Fino linen cambric hd'kf3 at5U cts each. Cases of ct'on pnnt'3 stuff 1 8 to 25 eta per yd 100 doz suspender 75 cts per doz. Vesting, assorted qualities 50 cv per yd A few set of «upertor chess men, Fish hooka 1,00 per th'd, Razor itropa 50 els each Silk SflAwll 4 to 7 dols Cotton la...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 April 1848

" Or. BEJMAHIN BRA.NOBKTU'S ■'■ VEGETABLE UNIVEItSAL PILLS. 5 ; INrROUUCEU ft him I.HTO TUB U. 8. 1.1 1835. "Sc knee should contribute to the Comfort, Health, and Happiness of mankind." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL at TUB BTORE OF C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. OK the 18th of May, 1835, these now truly^ ceieU brated Pills were firs* made known in the United State*, although in Europe they had been previously before** pnWiofor near a century, The An.er.can public naturally viewed them with suspicion, but as on {rial they were found what thoy professed, it was soon displaced by the greatest confidence. They have bocurcTl this character, two, under very adverse circumstances, having to contend with the base slanders promulgated by those interested in keeping mankind in a state of error at 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 the Pills at dilTrcnt times, that ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 April 1848

i ; RBAS e?i FAVOR DE 1.A3 PILDOEAS VEJETALES IMVERSAIES DEI. DOCTOR BRANDRETII. POR MAYOR V MENOR r.v cl ALMACE?J VT. G. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFOIiN IA J^S cfecto do csta medicina farnosa cl pnrificar ! 1/ aanjrrp ; el convcrtir la »aii|frr poWe y corrompida en aangro rica v tana. V porque prodocen este efecio lot ban buscada con persevcrancia htiestrofl ciudadaao* de tut las clasca ; yla cficacia notiria que tieaen 1 dichat pildoras do rcstaurar la salad, las hacc tan pop ! ularet. P" Curan ellas dc todos enfernr ' v.lamentc po <jvc punfican la sanjjrc, quitondoie las propi-dadeg j malas y suminstrandulc las bucnas. Se forma dc la sangrc la partc solirfa del encrpo hn : mano. i>o conviortcn en sangre lo<* alimentos ga l | tomaiDot, y ati rccupcra cl cucrpo lo quo pierde coaUnuara«nJLe, do suerto quc, Began cl sistcma natural ! en el espacio, a poca diferencia, do nue?c anos U ! alimentos rcnusvan entcramente cl cucrpo CL " games quo por ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

The California Star. la proporuoa M the etractare of a Gor l#a t girm fore, v p uolie Opinion, it m eaaential that Public Opinion ehould be Enlightened — W-kiug torn. VOL. 11. SAN FRANCISCO, APRIL 15, 1848. NO. 15.

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[Cat Star* Sonoma Corn* tpondc nee] [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

[Cat Star* Sonoma Corn* tpondc nee] Soksomo. March 30, 1848. M» Editor — Dropping further discourse on California political affairs, as promised, I am cormtiained, from my fancy, to study the nature, character, and operations of man, iqn dividually as well as in communities; and the ris« and fall of empires, more particularly the rise and progress of our great Americau Republic; to pen you some remarks on other portions of the Mexican territory — I will not say republic , because this she nevei Urns bee* but in name. Some few weeks since, at a convivial meeting of few of us, I was called on for a toast . As the Mexican war and its probable results were just under discussion, the news of Paredes return from Europe reaching us the day before, I somewhat surprised my republican compeers by giving "General Paredes and a Mexican monarchy." The fact is, not only Mexico, but every Spanish colony on our continent, (unless Chili be excepted,) has long since proved its entire unfitnese for ad...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 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 I rank Ward, I No 3 Mo.vroovKar Street, "Win. M Smith. -.n Francisco, UrrcaCAuroiMA. C. L. ROSS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer. •V. Y. Store/* Cor. Waskinglon $ Montgomery Xti. Sam FsA*ciare, UrrER Caufoema. MELLLS & HOWARD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Store in .Montgomery St, San Francisco. wiTT DAVIS, ~ Wholesale and Retail merchant. ( San I MMiiro, Montgomery Street, t Alta CliHSJiil ROBT. L PABRER, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. — AND— WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE, ' (CLAY ST. orrosiTE Portsmouth house.) San Franrtaro, U. C. HcDOXALD & BUCIIAXAiV, " Auction and Commission Merchants. [ 8. K. CORNER Or rORT*MOTTH HQI'ABR. J SAN FRANCISCO. . DICKS* &...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

o^"Wc havo vacated the stool Of our cdi* ♦ oriel cares to ruralize among the rustics in the country for a few weebs. During tins vacation, the 'Star" will hi* guJHrd by • g»utl*man of this place, with whom it is cheerfully en* trnsi»d. This i* th« !ii»ht in which wo com* o mend it to our pntruti*. (pun our comeback ' we may p»tsibly tell its readers where we have been.

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LATER NEWS FROM OREGON. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

LATER NEWS FROM OREGON. .in I vd:m Difficulties. — By the ling Tlcnry, Kilborn, from Columbia river, bjbj have regular files of Ibe Spectator up to the •th ult The paper* *r* filled with detailed accounts of war rnov/»mn.atp, for a prolonged and desperate war ems the inevitable eon«equenco of the Indian outrar/cs at Waiilatpu Mission. Wo proceed to publish, as entire as ppaco will permit, from the columns of the Spectator. Dating from the departure of tho first corn* pnny of volunteers, as our latest, we havo in conucction th« annexed intelligence. Peter Skf en Ogden. Chief Factor of the* H B. Co, ranched this place on Wednesday evening, accompanied by the tturvtvors of the Massacre, whom hi« courageous energy and indefatigable effort bad delivered from fearful snrvitudo Thanks would seem bit a trilli:ig recnmptnss for such distinguished service. To him we) are> indebted for our principal iuformttion and the various documents fubjoioed; Mr Oirden arrived at Walla Walla on...

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For the CulUorma Star EMIGRATION TO CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

For the California Star EMIGRATION TO CALIFORNIA. The raising of the American flag in country, has acted like a talisman upon citizens of the United States residing in Mexican provinces, as well as in many portions of the Pacific Ocean. There is a general movement in all quarters, to take refuge under its folds. Even those opponents who fought against it at first, have subsequently claimed its protection, and have returned to settle and live under its benign influence. Such is the case with Gen, Castro, and nearly all the prominent leaders of the Mexican party when the war broke out. -- Confidence is established even in the minds of our enemies, and a small but regular emieration is flowing in from Santa Fe and Sonora, as well as from Oregon and all portions of the Pacific. We are credibly informed that not less than a thousand or twelve hundred people, both Mexicans and foreigners, have come in from Sonora and Santa Fe, within the last few months, and small parties continue to arri...

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CLIMATE OF CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

CLIMATE OF CALIFORNIA. The climate of California is so remarkably different from that of any part of the United States, that Americans at home, and even for sometime after their arrival here, are liable to form erroneous opinions with regard to it -- Some of these peculiarities I shall endeavour to point out, and thereby enable strangers to avoid these mistakes, which they so commonly fall into on their first arrival. Properly speaking, there are but two seasons in California; the dry and the rainy. The dry season commonly extends from the middle of April, to the middle of October, and during this time rain seldom falls. The wind is invariably fiom the north-west, and the sky brilliantly clear and serene. From November to May rains are frequent, but never excessive and commonly accompanied with wind from the south-east. The long dry season which strangers are apt to consider as a great defect in the climate, we regard as one of its greatest excellencies. The Spanish inhabitants freq...

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TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

TOWN COUNCIL. Adjourned Meeting, April 5. Minutes of last meeting read and adopted. Mr Parker at chairman of the committee for examination of the the Treasurer's accounts reported. Movtd by Mr. Glover that the account! cf Mr Leidesdorff, Town Treasuier, be allowed. Cbrritjd. Moved that Mr Uawk«<' account for $2 50 bt added to Mr LtidesdorfTs account as Trea surer Carried. Moved by Mr Glover that the report of Mr Parker upon the Treasurer accounts be approved Carried. The Council then adjourned. E. P. JONES, Sec. pro tern. Monday Evening, April 10, 1848. Minutes of last meeting, of April :>th. read and approved. Mr. Jones, as Secretary pro tern for the Council, suggested th* election of a Clerk for that body, as demanding first attention: Moved by Mr. Howard that E. C. X sable, Efo., receive tba appointment. Cairied. Mr Jonos, committee for the investigation of affairs of the Alcalde's office* reported tho appointment of a committee of citixens as instrutted, bu...

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MARINE JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED. April 12 -- Brig Henry, Kilborn, from Columbia river. SAILED. April 11 -- Brigantine Providence, Hinckley, for Monterey.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

List of Letter remaining uncalled for in tbt (luarter Master's Office. Sen Francisco, •■the 15th day of April, 1818. •fai Franklin II j Ho* E 2 Arenos Lvi« Higgins Isaac E Bint Daniel Hand C 8 Brown E!am 6 Harbin* James Brown Warren Hatch Prince G Keener John Humphries Stephen Butler A Jackson Wm Birnie James Jones Charles E Wacken«h» r J H Kennedy E Belden Theodore Kirby Kirbard Bonnet Cnpt Keye>s l< C Byrnes Wm 2 LongJno V Boyd Geo Lemoine D O Birsgan Denogenei McCulloch George X Butler Amos Miner A T Christie Jno G. Mitchner T Chichcster Henry McClurg J B 1 astell Francisco Mercure H Curry George C. • Mahony John iCcnway Pit Vm NutlaH Wm II j Kckerson James P Nswat Samuel Diris John Nunes Estcvan 2 trit John C Parks Wm A CHnniston Jamrs Revell Andrew or JoDarr Thomas 2 seph tiling George 2 Roach Charles T '•mi David Stetyrl George U *M Solomon Swanson Jose|ih 2 tbckr«U Joseph Stuart C J DicVenson G D Sprncer Chauncy :""irgh Smith Simeon I' F «rd Noah E 2 | S...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

OFFICIAL 200 Dollars Reward. A REWARD of $200 will be paid to any person, who will bring to Monterey, and deliver to the Commanding Officer the pervon of M'KENZIE. BEVERLY, convicted of murder, who escaped from the Block House in San Francisco during the night of January 25th 1848. BEVERLY is an American, 21 yean of age, five feet five inches in height, fair complexion, grey eyes, dark-brown hair, born in Coridon County, Virginia, occupation that of a sailor, and is well known at San Francisco and San Jose. Head Quarters, 10th Military DepL ) Monterey, Cal March 8tlh, 1848. } By order of Col. Mason W. T. SHERMAN. 1st Lieut. 3d Arty, A A. A Gen'l. Reward. A REWARD of $30 will be paid to any one, who will arrest, and deliver to the Commanding Officer of any Military Post to California, the person of a deserter from the army of the United States, of the Regulars or Volunteers. This reward will be paid by the Officers of the Quarter Master's Department, at the station, when the deserter...

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