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

MIM.I B A lIOH «Kl>. HAVING JUST RECEIVED a large variety of 1 1 Merchandise* cOr for sale Bine print-, fancy do. mourning do. woolen king and half hose, cotton do do velveteens, cassimeres dark and fancy, blue cloth, a variety of ben pa.t stuffs, blue and brown drills, white and brown cotton, linen eol'd and cotton cold thread, white and colored shirts, flannel do, silk and cotton handkerchiefs, siik and cotton reboses, Merino and cotton shawls, book muslin, black and coffee colored satin, fur and (>uayaquii hats, Spanish cards, brooms, bucket.*, tubs, nails, axes, paints, oil. turpentine, bright varnish, paint and tar brushes, sugar, black and green tea, coil- chocolate, rice, raisins, brandy, gin, rum.agnadiente, wines, California and claret,} crockery ware, flour, barley, wheat, com, manufactured Mid leaf tobacco, bank books, letter paper, American soap, friction matches, aunt* seed, sauce pans, shoes: with a large variety of other aitictc*. which they offe...

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

Wholesale Prices Current. (Line Break) ALE -- doz. I Buckskin, common, 12 00 English 3 50 * 4 00 I Harness l'thr. 18 00 * 36 00 Scotch 2 50 * 3 00 I Sole leather, pr Ib . (0) 25 BREAD -- I Lumber -- pr m. ft. Navy, pr lb. 6 * 9 I Oregon pine 40 00 Pilot 7 I Cal do 40 00 * 50 00 Crackers, pr box 3 00 I do redwood 40 00 * 50 00 Candles -- I R. shingles 5 00 * 6 00 Dip,tallow pr lb. 18 I MOLASSES -- I Mould do £0 ; 5. I . Pr gil 59 a CO Sp-r i;i 50 a 70 »'«-- ion.- S. h.'ar.d, pr lb. IS « 20 ractie. nca*> y »AiL«rr Bitumiaous, pr Cnt, pr krg lOftO ton 20 HO j Wronght pr Ib JR> Charcoal per bu. 25* saval sionts — cocoa — j Tar pr bbl. C 00 Cocoa pr lb. 37 I-2 Pitch G ol> Chocolate 37 1-2 ! Rosin ••! corfßK— lb. I Turr-rntiae, none Manilla 15 a 20* oils — , C. Am. 1£« -iO.Olivt-. Pr gaL 500 corn* — 'iLtusceU 2 00 Sheathing pr Ib 37 1-2 1 Spvrm 1 0(> coaoACK— I Whale 3D Hemp, pr Ib- 12 a 15 rra — Manilla 13« , Kr«i Amor non* ciuars — pr m . Whit...

Publication Title: California Star
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THE SONG OF THE "PRINTER'S JOUR" [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

THE SONG OF THE "PRINTER'S JOUR" Hi iMrTATto* or hood's nina of rat ssua r . • T A TYPO. With weary heart and band, "With eyelids heavy and r»d' n A printer stood by bis titne*worn ttaad wm* v^s^Pqp^B sPWai Bs^s^^aj^*^a'"^saTal a^aj^ajaa^Sßl To toil for his daily broad. Click! click! click! How booties* his eaVts were ! And sad was bis voice, for hi» heart was sick, As be saag this "f*oaf of the Joar." "Work ! work ! work ! While the tun gives oat bis light ; And wort ' work ! work ! When it* glory • hid by night. A happy slave m be, Who bows beneath the Turk, If this m Christianity, And sack is Christian work. Work' work' work ! "I U the brain begin* to CaiJ; Work ! work ! work ' Though weary, faint and pale. To ply the stick, till the heart m *ick, a And little they know of the printer'^ wo Whom the papers go among ! Oh ye, who instruction glean, In youth or in ript-r age. Ye know not the east of that light I woes, Which gleams from the printed page. To toil with weary eye, The me...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

CHEAtti CHBAPII CHEAP!!! Great Bargains. milE PUBLIC are rrapecifuUy requested to call an.i 1 examine the targe assortment of Goods at Who & Surra's, comprising the following arttclsa. Figured mourn <nj calicos, . Colored (new ityle) calicos Bed flannel China net abawls Mousse 1 1 do lalae 1 ook muslin (in p*ces of «aa dress) Blue drilling Irapenar ladies' stockiaaa „ CLOTHINQ. Just received a variety of superior, extra, latest F»lip fashions, nor Sabine, sajch as Fins blue fxock.coats do do dress do Pants, of superior quality, black and fa*cjr cold Vests, sal, latest patterns do Marseilles Gents cravats, black, an eicajlent article just received from New York. HARDWARE. Superior Strafford hammers do shoo do Rasps knives and forks Carving do Door handles Mortice lock handles Axes and axe. bandies Hunt's best axes, warranted a good article Shingling hatchets Batchers cleavers Mincing knives Shovels and tongs, with brass knobs Spirit levels Iron tea kettles, fro...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

SCHOOLThe school to be kept at tbe public school. bouse. of San Francisco, will.coranjauce.'on Monday the i third of April next, under the superintendence of Mr Thomas JPQCCLtej.a graduate of Yale College. Connecticut. Mr, D has had more than ten years* experience ib .the instruction of Academies and High Schools in the States, and has in his possession testimonial* from the .tees 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 Transact, 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 a thorough .education to the pupils committed to bis care. The tt<rm*. tuition will, be as follows: — For instruction in Reading, Writing, Spelling and Defining, and .Geography, $5 per quarter. In the | above branches,, with the addition of Mental and Prac- > tical Arithme...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 April 1848

Dr. BENJAMIN lIMDRKTH s VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PCLL& INTRODUCED BY lII* WTO TUC V- S. IX 1535, "Science should contribute to the Comfort. Ilcaln and Happiness of mankind." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT TUB STORE OF C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALT A CALIFORNIA ON the IMb of May, 1835, these now truly C cl«. brated Fills were first made known in the United I States, although in Europe they had been preriocs! T before the public for near a century. The America^ ! public naturally viewed them with suspicion, but m*, { trial they were found what they professed, it was iqoq > displaced by the greatest confidence. They hate *. 1 cured this character, two, under very adverse circa*, stances, having to contend with the base slander* promulgated by those Interested in keeping mankind i D , ; state of error as regards to the funetiens of their bodi« Dr. Orandreth would hero impress cm his friend*. a 4 the public generally, that however different m&r be the action of th...

Publication Title: California Star
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

The California Star. • ' — ■ * ' . - -— - ;--'■ ' • — ~~~ -t -~*~rr*~rr£.-- -' ' "f "j aKt^f^C up, «.h. -«„,.„,, — _«i~i- - -»n,>.7..V ¥/rtfaT.;p \«>L IF. BA« PRANI m 0, APRIL -J-J. 1848. NO. HI.

Publication Title: California Star
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[Frmotbe tfereaetilr (N > ( laternal 4 odium r< < of ih< I utf<<i [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

[From the Mercantile (N. Y.) Times.] Internal Commerce of the United States The extension of the commerce of the United States upon the high seas, find this country became an independent sovereigrity, is one of the greatest of modern wonders, and exhibits a buoyancy, a boldness, and a vigor of enterprize, unexampled in the history of nations. But the internal trade and commerce of the country h still more wonderful in its growth, than it* external. The amazing extent of this commerce between the different sections of our own confederacy, was, in a striking degree, illustrated at the late Convention, held at Chicago, on the subject of improving the rivers and harbors of the United States. In looking over the list of delegates in attendance at that Convention, we find some who had come from a distance of seventeen degrees of latitude south, while others had travelled a distance of fifteen degrees of longitude from the east. Without entering, at present, into the statistics of the whol...

Publication Title: California Star
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THE STRANGE COMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

THE STRANGE COMBAT. It was during the last war of this country with Great Britain, that circumstances led me to be a passenger on board one of our large merchantmen, in which I had embarked what little property I possessed. Our seas were at that time covered with small privateers belonging to both belligerents, which did more mischief to the commerce of both nations, than the several public armed vessels rif either They almost invariably eluded the pursuit of the large frigates and ships of the line, by hauling sharp on the wind, when they discovered an enemy, and their peculiar schooner rig, and being built expressly for sailing, would give them a decided advantage over their square sailed enemies, in beating to windward; Again their lighter draught of water, when near the shore would frequently enable them to run so close in. that they could not be attacked unless in boats; and every one who has ever rtad the account of the at* tick upon the privateer Neufchattel, by the boats of ...

Publication Title: California Star
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK &amp;amp; JOB PRINTING, — such as — Pamphlets, Bills of Exchange, Catalogues, Shop Bills Circulars, Bills of Lading, Hand-bills, Blank Deeds, Bill Heads, &amp;amp;c, &amp;amp;c, Executed with neatness and despatch WARD &amp;amp; SMITH General Commission merchants. Frank Ward, ) No 8 Mo.itcomert Strckt, Win. M. Smith- $ San Frarcwco, UrrER Caufornia. _____ Importer and Wholesale Dealer.' N. Y. Store, 11 * Cor. Waihfngton £ Montgomery Sit. Sas Francisco, Vrrrn Caufor-ma. HLUJ§ &amp;amp; B9W Ala, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Store in Montgomery St., San Francisco. WM. H. DAVIS, Wholesale and Retail merchant. SAN FRANCISCO, Montgomery Street, } Alta California. ROBT T PARKED, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE. (CLAY ST. OPPOSITE PORTSMOUTH HOUSE ) San Francisco, U. C. McDonald &amp;amp; 11CH.M&amp;gt;, Auction and Commission Merchants. ( S. E. CORNER or rORT»«OITTU »QUARi:. ] SA N FRA NCISCO. ; - _ I DI€KSON k...

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Later Sews from Hie United Stales —rr.r**'Knd Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

Later News from the United Stales and Mexico. The U. S. S. Preble, Commander Glenn, arrived at Monterey. April 11th, thirty-two days from Callao. The Ohio. Commodore Thos. Ap C Jones, was there waiting the arrival of the store ship Matilda. She then goes to Mazatlan, where Commodore Jones assumes command of the Pacific squadron. It is understood by the Preble, that Commodore Jones will come to this port, with such portion of the squadron at can be withdrawn from the lower coast, when the sickly and windy season comes on, in June. There was no news of much importance from the Unted States by the Preble. Congress had met and organised by choosing Mr Winthrop, of Boston, at Speaker, by a majority of one; thus showing that the Whigs are in power in the lower Hoose. Warm debates were taking place on the President's Message, which is long and very warlike. It it an attempt to exculpate the Government from blame for not sending proper reinforcements to Taylor and Scott in Mexico, and it ca...

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MARINE JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED. April 17—Chilian Bark Natalia, Luco, from Mazatlan. April 17—U. S. sloop of war Preble, Glenn, 42 days from Callao, via Monterey. SAILED. April 19—U. S. sloop Preble, for Monterey. April 21—Brig Henry, Kilborn, for Mazatlan via Monterey. Cargo, Government stores.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

Licenses. NOTICE is hereby given, that all persons neglecting or refusing to apply to the Alcalde, on or before the 25th int. for the renewal of their former Licenses, or for new ones, will incur the penalties of the Ordinances passed by th« Town Council, which will bo strictly enforced. E. P. JONES, April 22, 1848. Collector. (Line Break) Notice Lieut. L. R. Per Lee will attend to all business of rnine during my absence -- he has a power of attorney for that purpose. W. C. PARKER San Francisco, April 20, 1848. 16-6 (Line Break) For Sale, CHEAP FOR CASH. ONE-THIRD of the Stanislou Ranch; situated at the junction of the Stanislou and San Joaquin rirers, with all the improvements -- apply to S. BRENNAN April 12, 1848. 16-tf (Line Break) NEW MECKLENBURG AND SAN FRANCISCO PACKET, For the trantportation of Freight, and the accomodation of the Travelling Community. I WILL RUN monthly, a safe and commodious launch from this place to San Francisco ; touching at Nicholas Algiers', the Embaca...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 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 person of M'KENZIE E. BEVERLY, convicted of murder, who escaped from the Block House in San Francisco during the night of January 28th, 1848. BEVERLY is an American, 24 years of age, five feet five inches in height, fair conplexion, grey eyes, dark-brown hair, bom in Coridon County, Virginia occupation that of a sailor, and is well known at San Francisco and San Jose. Head Quarters, 10th Military Dept. } Monterey. Cal. March 8th, 1848. } By order of Col. Mason. W. T. SHERMAN. 1st Lieut. 3d Art'y. A. A. A. Gen'l. (Break) Reward A REWARD of $30 will be paid to any one. who will arrest, and deliver to the Commanding Officer of any Military Port in 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, whe...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

MELLUS &amp;amp; HOWARD, HAVING JUST RECEIVED a large variety of Merchandise offer for sale Blue prints, fancy do. mourning do. woolen long and half hose, cotton do do, velveteens, cassimeres dark and fancy, blue cloth, a variety of best pant stuffs, blue and brown drills, while and brown cotton, linen cold and cotton cold thread, white and colored shirts, flannel do. silk and cotton handkerchiefs, silk and cotton reboses. Merino and cotton shawls, book muslin, black and coffee colored satin, fur and Guayaquil hats, Spanish cards, brooms. buckets, tubs, nails, axes, paints, oil. larpeutine. bright varnish, paint and tar brushes, sugar, black and preen tea. coffee, chocolate, rice, raisins, brandy, gin, rum. aguadiente. wines. (California and claret.) crockery ware, floor, barley. wheat. corn. manufactured and leaf tobacco. blank books, Ietter paper, American soap, friction matches. aunts seed, sauce pans, shoes: with a large variety of other articles, which they over on the most...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

Wholesale Prices Current ALE- doz Buckskin. common , 12 00 English 3 50 a 4 00 Harness l'thr. 1800 a 36 00 „ Scotch 250 a 3 00 Sole Ieather. Pr Ib 25 BREAD - LUMBER - pr m ft. £a*y, pr lb. €c - 9 Orrpm &amp;gt;„», 4000 i # V lot , , 7 Talircr d» 40 00 a5O 00 ( rarkers, pr boa 3 00 . do rrdwood 40 00 «JO 00 I cajoles— . ,R. shingles 500 m 6 00 Dip, tallow pr Ik. IS Metaist**— W- ° W .Mould do 20 ,*. Lprgal- 50 m O&amp;gt; ! Sperm 50 a *0 mo««— ; coal- jS. Ulmml. Pr Ik 18« 20 j Anthracite, none kails — liituminoa»,pr Cut. Pr kcjr 1050 ton \* .- HOOOjW.ouirhlpflV 20 Charcoal per bu. 25 1 .naval storks— .» cocoa-- Ta# pr bbi 600 f Cocoa prlb. 31 1 : 3 Pitch, 600--j Chocolate t*U% , Uosia 4 00 I ,, rorraa - lb * i Turpcnt. la, none j Manilla . ].'. « SO oils-. C. Am 15 m 2«i ! OUve, pr gal 500 corrca— J Unseed a 00 jSbeathmgprlb. 37 l-i .v^nu 100 coaoACc- Whale 30 Hemp. prlb. 12 a 15; r.uxTS— .Manilla 12 a Red Amer none ctOAßs—pr m. i White do. Pr kctj 3 50* l*mz nines GOO «&...

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II llt I I IK **• [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 22 April 1848

II llt I I IK **• BY ROBERT JOSSELYN. Tis bitter to endure the wrong Which evil .Mb mmd toafuc* commit, MM ftoM encroachment »t Uw urungi Tiic •haft of calumny and wit ; The scornful bearing of the proud, TV hxtj* am! laughter of the.crowd. AnJ harder mil it bio bear The.censur* of the pod and arise, j&amp;lt;* Who ignorant of what ye' are. or Winded by the slanderer* lies* . Look coldly mm pass you by, la fciJence with everted eye. But « hen the friends, in horn youtrast Was dfart a* the mountain rock, Fly, and are scattered like the dost, Before Misfortune's whirlwind shock : Nor love remains to cheer At fall, This m more terrible thai* aIL Bat even this and — ay, roar* Can &amp;gt;« endured, and hope ma*.-. ; The noble •pint still may soar, Although* the body fails to thrive ; Disease and want may wear the frame — Thank Cud ! Ute soul is Mill the any. Hold up &amp;gt; our head, then, man 01 grief, Nor longer to the tempest bend : For won or late must come relief : The...

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