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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 29 April 1848

COLONNADE HOUSE. KEARNEY STREET. PUBLIC ATTENTION is invited to this newly fitted up, and gentel establishment, situated in Kearney street a few doors from Ports mouth Square. The proprietor, determined upon maintaining the respectability of the House, now open it well furnished, and will spare no pains to make is the first establishment of the kind now in the place. As a Restaurant it will be open at all hours. ¶ A reading room will shortly be attached. ¶ WM. CONWAY. ¶ San Francisco, March I8, 1848. ¶ ----- ¶ PORTSMOUTH HOUSE HOTEL. San Francisco, California. ¶ This Establishment having been, during the past summer, thoroughly repaired, enlarged, and newly titled up, tbo undersigned, propriejtor, is prepared to accommodate permanent bonrdcra und tVausient persons, in a stylu not Linfeiior to auy Hotel in the country. Returning his tbaak* to Uio public for their past pa> tronnge, the subscriber solicits a continuance Jof their favor. The Table will continue to be as good ...

Publication Title: California Star
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 29 April 1848

Dr. UKiNJiUIIN BKiMHtIMIS VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL I'il.l.s. »T lII* I.VTO THE I. S. IM I o* thould mntnlute to thr Comfort, Health, I HapptHCM of mankind." WHOLES M.i: AND RETAIL AT THE STURE OF . <'. L ROSS, JSAN FRAxSCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. ON the 18th of May, 1535, tIMM now truly celebrated Pills were tiret madtj known ill tho United States, although in Europe they had been previously before the public for near a century. The American public naturally viewed them with suspicion, but as on trial they were found what tlioy professed, it was soon displaced by the greatest confidence They have se«urcd this character, two, under very* adverse circum* stances, having to contend with the baso slanders promulgated by th..-»«« interested in keeping, mankind in a stale of error as regards to the functions of their bodies. Dr. Urondrcth would hero impress on his friends, and tho public generally, U»at however different may be tho action of the Tills at dilTreiit times, that such diff...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 29 April 1848

PRUEBAS. PILDOBAS VKJETriiES IMVERSALKS I'H.uoH.tS fURALBS » MVHRMMs DEL DOCTOR BIAHDRETH, I FOR MAYOR V MESH EX El. ALMA' DE C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. ES efecto do csta medicina famosa el purr a] sangre ; cl convcrtir la sangro i>obre y corrompid 4 en t-angrorica v sana. V |»orque producen cste cfecto las hau buscada con pcrsevcranciu uuestros ciudadancs de todos is claws ; vla cficacia noiiria que tien fn dichas pildoras do rcstaurar la salud, las hacc lan pop. ularcs. ' ■' ( ran ellas do lodos enfermedades, Eolamenfo po r . que purifican la sangre, quitandolo las propicdades malas y % suminstrandole las buenas. Bt forma dc la sangrc la parte solida del caerpo hu. man" Se convierten en sang;"' loi alirqe&toa im e tomanios, > ■>-' rccupera el cuerpo lo quo picrde continuamente, do sucrto que, Begun el sistema natura, en cl cspacio, a poca diferencia, de nueve anos, ) r j aIMMMMa renuevan cnle'amcnte cl cuerpo. t?upo a^ ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

The Californian Star. In proportion as the structure of a Government gives force to Public Opinion, it is essential that Public Opinion should be Enlightened. - Washington VUI.. 11. SAN FRANCISCO, MAY 6, 1848 NO. is.

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PRESIDENT`S MESSAGE [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

PRESIDENT`S MESSAGE. Should any foreign government attempt to possess it as a colony, or otherwise to incorporate it with itself, the principle avowed by President Monroe in 1824, and reaffirmed is my first annual message, that no foreign power shall, with our consent, be permitted to plant or establish any new colony or dominion on any part of the North American continent, must be maintained. In maintaining this priaciple, and in resisting it* invasion by any foreign power, we might bo involved in other wars more expensive and more difficult then that in which we are now engaged. The provinces of New Mexico and the Californias are contiguous to the territories of the United States, and if brought under the government of our laws, their resource*— mineral, agricultural,, manufacturing and commercial, would soon be developed. • Upper California is bounded on the north by our Oregon possessions; and if held by the United States, would soon be fettled by a hardy. enterprising, and inte...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

The Message— We have permitted this document to continue on uninterruptedly through ten long columns of our paper today, promising to conclude it next week. A brief review of the Message is also laid over. . 'Oregon Free Press." Tie first A umber of a paper by this name was fhown us yesterday, edited and published by G. L. Curry, Esq., lite of tho Spectator. Mr. uril has In labor nt vast disadvantage just no**, ond his paper is small, though generously supported, rcD^U sars. — ' T. : ""r->^ Platina.- This precious metal has lately been discovered in the vicinity of the Placera of gold, constituting pait of the lands belonging to Capt. J. A, Sutter. It is found on the same deposite, and is rich and abundant. We have specimens in our possession. After a very pleasant, but brief sojourn in the Great Valley of the Sacramento, we have returned and resumed our labors, settled down in our chair again, physically refreshed and invigorated, and in mind abounding with reminiscences...

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TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

TOWN COUNCIL * . v. -, -.. Adjourned Meeting. May 2, 1848. • A quorum being present. Mr. Jones offered 0 resolution directing the Alcalde to have th* books of his office indexed, and the papers of his office properly labelled and filed, which was adopted as » correction of the minutes of tho meeting of tho 10th of April 1848. Moved by Mr. Leidesdorff, that the minutes of the meeting of Council of April 10th. 1848, in reference to the bill of Henry Gerke, be so altered as to read "Pacific Street' instead of "Broadway." Minutes of April 10th adopted as corrected. The jietition of Joseph Nichols and othersconcerning the Town School mil Town School House, was read. Mr. Clark offered a resolution declaring the election held for School Commissioners" illegal — passed. Mr. Clark moved that a committee of three be appointed to attend to bringing the town timber from the other side of tho Bay, *,,<( offered a resolution to that effect which passed. Committee — Messrs. Clark, Parke...

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MARINE JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

MARINE JOURNAL (Single __________ ) Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED. May 3 -- Brig J. R. S., Andrews, 46 days from Valparaiso. Cargo, assorted merchandise. MEMORANDA. U. S. sloop Portsmouth, sailed from Valparaiso on the 24th Feb. for the United States. Ship Matilda left Valparaiso on the 5th of March for Callao and Mazatlan, with U. S. stores.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

i>ii;i>. In Pueblo de fr* AngeIo», tapper California. April 12th, Matilda i'auline, daughter of James and Matilda Adams, aged 5 years 11 months and 20 days. f New Vork City, and Troy, N. Y. papers will please copV.]; rASSENOEis— In the J. R. S., Mr. Jonas D. Rhodes, Mr. Andreas Jaeobson. I It** MbbbbbI TjHNB fat Beef, from Bullocks just from grass, for J. sale at one to lour cents per pound, and at lower i prices, if to be had elsewhere for less. Break down monopoly-— sustain competition in the sale of Provinoes, and thereby reduce the present enormous espensesfor food in this City — the Bsxaar is established for this purpose. Those persons poor to buv, Will Ik; furnished with !»♦"•»* "fr« e, gratis-, for nothing." Mat; t->n, Veal, Pork, Fowls, Sacramento Hams, aud VeSan Francisco, May 5, 194?. IBft Co-partnership y»i' mHE UNDERSIGNED would inform the people of 1 California that on the 11th day of April la^t a Copartnership was formed for the transac...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

i. \. isiLLnri lis CONVEYANCER AND ENGROSSER. P ..Med « ad steaded; General and Particular , tatrd ; Correspondence conducted ; Deeds, outrbcl*. Charter Parties, and other Legal i loriiiiieDts prrpared. u% ranci*ro, April 23, 1 *"*•*?• JLBORS, LAVTOX, & Co. t.\L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ol) HEALERS IN Oregon Produce. Consignments respectfully eolicited. Refer to C. L. ROSS, -Sun Francisco. 8. H. WILLIAMS, i Co. HonolatuOregon City, Nov. 1, 1847. **-tf JASPER miltti CIVIL ENGINEER .*ND LAND SURVEYOR, | By appointment of Coiu It. B. Msse*. v.ofCal forma. Office in Portsmouth Square. • Sun Francisco, July 17, 1S47. [•Hi ; W. IINMKK, tnitRiK & unit DUESSER, snor is cLhi sr., orrositE the roamotrrn house. (ET Shampooing performed at all hours. Xt Son ncisco, Jan. I W&. * I -if JOHN HALLS, CIVIL ENGINEER A LAND SURVEYOR, ll ILL attend lo any business of the kind entrusted VV tohm, having been for many years iu tho employ of the British Government. Maps and...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

Farm for Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale his Farm, situated near the town of "Stockton" on the San Joaquin River, containing six hundred and forty acres of first rate farming land, together with the following stock. 80 cows and calves. 3 gentle milk cows, 1 yoke of work oxen, 12 mules, 8 horses, 7 gentle mares, 21 wild mares, 1 jack ass, 1 stud horse, Also - 25 or 30 cows with my brand supposed to be near the rancho of Robert Livermore. Also— 30 cows and calves to be delivered this spring by - Sabo Pacheco. Also— 1 Town lot in the town of Stockton upon which there is a good "Tule" house. The conditions in the title are, the owner (whoever he may be.) or his representative, must reside upon the proberty. The farm and stock will be sold seperately or together, and if not sold by the first day of May next, it will be sold on that day at public sale on the premises. For any further particulars apply to Ruckle & Cooke, at the Pueblo de San Jose, who are duly authorised t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

; f% COLONNADE HOUSE, j_-[_ KEARNEY 8TREBT. JXUBLlC.ATTENTION.is invited to (his J- newly, fi'ri-l up, and genteel establishment, situated in Kearney street a few doors from Portsmouth Square. ,..,. The proprietor, determined upon maintaining the respectability of the House, now open it well furnished, and will spare no pains to make is the. first establishment of the kind now in the place. As a Restaurant it will be open at all hours. . A reading room will shortly be attached. WM. CONWAY. San Francisco, March 18, 1848. .J.' PORTSMOUTH HOUSE HOTELBjjjl san FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. \ £*. THIS Establishment having been; during the past summer, thoroughly repaired, enlarged, and newly fitted up, the undersigned, proprietor, is prepared to accommodate permanent boarders and transient persons, in a style not inferior to any Hotel in the country. Return- ' ing his thanks to the public for their past pa. hags, the subscriber solicits a continuance their favor. The Table will continue to be a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 May 1848

MELLUS & 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, white and brown cotton, linen col'd and cotton col'd thread, white and coIored 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, turpentine, bright varnish, paint and tar brushes, sugar, black and green tea, coffee, chocolate, rice, raisins, brandy, gin, rum, aguadiente, wines (California and claret,) crockery ware, flour, barley, wheat, corn, manufactured and leaf tobacco, blank books, letter paper, American soap, friction matches, annis seed, sauce pans, shoes; with a large variety of other articles, which they offer on the mo...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 May 1848

The California Star. In proportion as the structure of a Government girves force to Public Opinion, it is essential that Public Opinion should be Enlightened ~ Washington. VOL. II. SAN FRANCISCO, MAY 13, 1848. NO. 19.

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PRESIDENT`S MESSAGE [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 May 1848

PRESIDENT`S MESSAGE mint and its branches has exceeded twenty millions of dollars. This has consisted chiefly in ponverting tho ins of foreign countries into American coin. With this view, it is recommended that, as soon as the war shall be over, all the surplus in the treasury, not needed for other indispenable objects, shall constitute a sinking fund, and be applied to the purchase of the funded debt, and that authority be conferred by law for that purpose. The act of the sixth of August. 1846, "to establish a warehousing system " has been in operation more than a year, and has proved to be an important auxiliary to the tariff set of 1846, in augmenting the revenue, and extend* ing the commerce of the country. Whilst it has tended to enlarge commerce, it has been beneficial to our manufactures, by diminishing forced sales st auction of foreign goods at low prices, to raise the duties to be advanced on them, and by checking fluctuations in the market. their last aid the preceding s...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 May 1848

rectly understand its principles. Established upon the usual system of our public school where "youth of all classes" may receive thorough and fair education in the primary, as well as the "more elevated and difficult branches of learning." Such is manifesty, the object, and the following extract from a communication lately published, which we know to be from an authoritative source, must directly support such a belief: ' "The commissioners therefore will be happy to accommodate such parents and guardians of children, as may wish any abatement in the terms on account of their limited means. -- They entertain the hope that a good school is to be built up here where the sons and daughters of the poor as well as the rich shall enjoy the inestimable blessings of a thorough education." Why, then, this grandiloquent flourish which we have all lately witnessed, about "poor intelligent children," 'wealthier. less intelligent children," and.similar sickly sophistry when, in reality, no such ...

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Col. Star`s Sonoma Corespondents [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 May 1848

[Cal. Star's Sonoma Correspondence.] Sonoma, April 2, 72 A. R. Senor Editor - To-day (Domingo) the quiet grassy banks of our streamlet, were again disturbed by the noisy revelry and innocent free mirth of a pic-nicing party, got up under the auspices of Capt. B, and your very obedient. Some left our mud-walled houses, for enjoying these rural sports and relaxations from business, on foot, others on horseback, and others again in California carriages - (for a sketch of the last, your unlearned readers are referred to Com. Wilkes' small talk, twaddling descriptions of California scenes, &c.) The order of the day was to have been a bear and bull bait, and afterwords a biped bait of the bear; but sir grisly failed to grace the occasion with his bearish presence — having eluded the search of the hunters the day previous. A fat cow, though, was lassoed and brought with pitching speed right through the camp, causing a scattering in the ranks; when the tender loins, ribs, and ot...

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MARINE JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 May 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. (Single __________ ) Port of San Francisco. SAILED. May 12 -- Chilian Brig Natalia, Luco, for Santa Cruz.

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