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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 May 1848

PORTSMOUTH HOUSE hotel. 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. Returning his thanks to the public for their past patronage, the subscriber solicits a continuance oftheir favor. The Tnblo will continue to be as good as can bo found in ihe country, am! the charges will be moderate. SE. P. JONES. ■/ San Francisco, Jan 22, 1818 *rtl COLONXADiniOUSE. _W_ KKARNl'Y STREET. PUBLIC ATTENTION is invited to this J- newly fitted Dp, and genteel establishment, situated in Kearney street a few doors from PorL»tnoutli Square. Tho proptittor, determined upon maintaining the respectability ,of the House, now open it well furnished, md will [ spa i- no pain«i to make it the first establishment of the kind now ii. the place. As a Restaurant it will he open at...

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 May 1848

Dr. BENJAMIN BRANDRETH'S VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. introduced BY HIM into the U. S. IN 1835. "Science should contribute to the Comfort, Health, and Happiness of mankind." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE STORE OF C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. 0-! 1535, these now truly celebrated Pills were first made known in the lulled States, although in rope they had been previously before the' public for near a century. The American public naturally viewed them with suspicion, but as on Irial they were found what' thoy professed, it was soon displaced by the greatest confidence. They have se- . cured this character, two, under very adverse circumstances, having i" contend with tbe base slander* pro- ' mulgated by those interested in keeping mankind in a state of error as regards to the functions of their bodies. Dr. Urandreth would here impress on his friends, and Ihe public generally, lhat however different may be action of the Tills at diffrent times, that such different action arris...

Publication Title: California Star
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 May 1848

phi: HI! AS EX IA VOU M I.AS PIWOMS VURAUH UN1VEBSALES DF.U DOCTOR BRANIMtETH. TOR MAYOR I MIA EN si. aim sen »r. C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. I- efecto -do esla medicina famosa el pur; Bear *A -111 sangre ; cl convertir la sangro pobre y corrornpid a en sangre rica v sana. Y porque produccn este efecto las han huaced i con perse v ran nucstros ciudadan&s de todos las closes ; y la eficacia notiria quo lien^n dichas pildoras do restauror la salud, las haco tan pop. ulares. Curan ellas de lados cnfermcdades, solamente p^ quo purifican la sangre, quitundole la* propiedader malas y suminstrandolo las huenas. Se forma de hi sangre la parte solida di I cuerpo hnmano So convierten en sangre los alimentos qu^ tomamos, y a«i recupera el cuerpo lo que pierde on. tinuanaente, do sucrto que, segun cl sistemo iiatura en el espacio, a poca diferencia, de nueve anos, l_ alimentos rcnticvon cnteramcnte cl cuerpo. 8npotut gamos que por cualquier causa, y aun v. consecuen^...

Publication Title: California Star
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 3 June 1848

The California Star. In proportion as the structure of a Government gives force to Public Opinion, it is essential that Public Opinion should be Enlightened.— Washington. VOL. II. SAN FRANCISCO, JUNE 3, 1848. NO. 22.

Publication Title: California Star
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Affairs in General [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 3 June 1848

Affairs in General. in the manner in which it has been lately done at Washington." THE FREMONT COURT MARTIAL. - The St. Louis Republican, it appears, pretty well understood what would attend a trial of the Colonel if undertaken upon the charges preferred by his father-in law, Senator Benton. It is now generally believed that no other will be the result of the charges filed against Col. F. by his superior officer, Kearny, than that intimated by that paper, as follows. This was said upon the arrival of Col. Russel : 47 The Courier & Enquirer, of the 15th January, contains the latest report of the doings in Washington at the last session of Congress. Two resolutions were offered by Senator Dickenson, one favoring the acquisition of all contiguous territory to the United States, as the correct policy to be pursued in the present war with Mexico, and the other, that all questions of local government, for acquired territories, should be left to the legislatures of such. gcod j...

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

BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK & JOB PRINTING, — SUCH AS — Pamphlets, Bills of Exchange, Catalogues, Shop Bills, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Hand-bills, Blanks Deeds Bill Heads, &c, &c, Executed with neatness and despatch. C. V. GILLESPIE, CONVEYANCER AND ENGROSSER. Protests noted and extended; General and Particular Averages stated ; Correspondence conducted ; Deeds, Leases, Contracts, Charter Parties, and other Legal Documents prepared. San Francisco, April 25, 1348. L. W. HASTINGS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, San Francisco, Upper California. JASPER O'FARREL, CIVIL ENGINEER AND LAND SURVEYOR, By appointment of Col. R. B. Mason, Gov. of Calfornia. Office in Portsmouth Square. San Francisco, July 17, 1847 [*lft JOHN HALLS, CIVIL ENGINEER & LAND SURVEYOR, Will attend to any business of the kind entrusted to him, having been for many years in the employ of the British Government. Maps and charts made out in the most a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 3 June 1848

For the next nine months, or until legisla- j tive action in the scat of Government, or, what j £3 mare probable, the enactment and enforcement of law in this country — tho Gold Mines in the North will gather together as wild a class of unchristianized fellows as over escaped the thraldom of honest law and broke loose upon barbarism. Until restricted by measures for the preservation of order, the security of person, and property protected, wo may hear , of continual mischief among the miners in its fearful excess, and rows and robberies without intermission It is an exciting work — that of gold gathering — and it will be morally impossible for so largo a body composed of such opposite natures to avoid collision and tumult. — Reports reach us by every arrival from the section of country to which all eyes are turned, of every day's increased addition to the number, already actively employed. if any of our readers suspect our views high colored, and onr opinion in this matter ponderous...

Publication Title: California Star
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fn'uumt ♦••nirufri], mill /i;»j, ticti. m* nrra hi •»•♦•.! t»rti>r«T :» <*••:? "I»STll:i t 111 ?lt!>{l*o < lll—t:nrof »<•«-. .V* Ar. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 3 June 1848

Late from the U. States----Death of J. Q. Adams----Prospect of peace and suspention of hostilities----Col. J. C. Fremont sentenced, and Maj. Gen. titude and bid defiance to his enemies. He envied not their honors, nor coveted the Executive favors which had been heaped upon them. At the end of the Court he should be done with him (Worth.) forever. He repeated, his attitude was that of defiance. It was reported that Gen Scott was the negotiator of the Treaty of peace, and that Mr. Trist merely acted as amanuensis. Dates from Queretaro to the 12th March states that the Deputies were arriving, and that a quorum would soon be present. The armistice had been published there. The Mexican authorities by the terms of the armistice resumed the government. Every thing was quiet in the different Departments of Mexico. The U. S. Ships, Congress and. Independence, and H. B. M's. Juno, were at Mazat* Ian. Tho Ohio had not arrived. Tho Isabella brought out 150 volunteers from New York, and landed t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 3 June 1848

]I3'''' The rumor of the impeachment of President Polk, current here a day or two since, amounts to about the sentiment contained in a series of resolutions, offered by Mr. Bolts, in substance as follows: 1. To adhere to the national integrity, cb«y the constitution, and resist Executive encroachments. 2. That territory acquired by Congress is in violation of the constitution, and in conflict with the genius and spirit of our constitution. 3. That tho war with Mexico was not brought on by Mexico. 4. But was brought on by the authorized act of the Executive in ordering our army to Mexican territory. 5. That we have no right to claim indentnity for the expenses of the war brought on by the ill advised and unprovoked acts of our public functionaries. 6. l That the honor of the nation does not require the exaction of territory from Mexico, to which we have no claim, and yielding to Great Britain territory the title to which we declared to be clear and unquestionable. 7. That to exact te...

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MARINE JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 3 June 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED. May 31 -- Brig Adelaide, Chavon, from Valparaiso, via Tahiti, Marqueses Isles, and Oahu. Cargo, wines and liquors. June 1-- Brig Euphemia, Vioget, from Honolulu. Cargo merchandise. SAILED. May 28 -- Hwn. Schr. Louise, Menzies, for S. I. May 29 -- Hwn. Schr. Mary, Belcher, for S. I. MEMORANDA. Bk. Don Quixote, Farrington, sailed from Honolulu, May 4, for Bordeaux. Am. Merchant Ship Isabella, for Hong Kong. The Angola arrived in March from Mazatlan. We clip the following from the Polynesian, March 25: The Am. Bk Angola of Salem, now lying in our harbour, has been purchased by the Ag'ts. of the Russian American Co. The Russian flag was hoisted on board of her this morning.

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

New Goods, JUST ARRIVED per Brig Euphemia. from Oahu, Sandwich Islands, a large and splendid assortment of goods, being selections from recent importations from the United States. Consisting in part of Crockery ware of all kinds; Sandwich Island moasses and run; assortment of glass lamps ; solar lamps; drawing knives; pit-saw files; painted tubs and pails; counter scales; sandstones; putty; tin pels and cups; clove. nutmegs; ground cassia; sarsaparilla ; mead; amort' svrops ; sweet oil : hair combs ; white cotton base; table covers and clolhs ; men's half hose; wool socks; French calfskins; sugar candy; crushed sugar ; allspico ; ticking ; carpeting ; cashmarctt ; i "°°* a A eyes ; ladies gaiter boots ; striped a:, I plain col d satins ; black gros dc Naples aUk ; blue print* ; 1 brown silk eamblet; sewing silk, assorted black satin cravats ; black silk ncckcrehiefa ; corah silk hdk'fs ; red Pongee do; towelling; while Hawaiian sugar ; satinetto pants ; brass clocks ; red flannel ■ ...

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

MELLUS &amp;amp; HOWARD, HAVE just received per Brig "J. R. S." from Valparaiso, a large assortment of New Goods, lately imported from France. England and the United States, consisting of Rich prints dark, light, and blue colors, One case alpaccas, various colors, One do rich muslin de laine dress patterns, Cassimeres and doeskins, very fine. Fine and common cloth, black, blue, adelaide and green, Two cases ribbons, assorted colors and widths, One do caasineil*. Bine, white and red flannel*, Ladies' bonnets, fancy nik and barege shawls, Lace edging*, wide and narrow, Artificial flowers, spool cctton. One case Irbh linnens, in half pieces, 500 yard* woolen carpeting, needles, Blankets, table cloths, Ladies* A gent*' kid and silk gloves, Ladies silk hose and head cresses, Peruvian and very old Jamaica rum, Best quality brandy, Gin in alone jogs, Sherry, and golden sherry, Old port wine in casks and bottles, &amp;lt; impa-^ne, cherry cordial, New Malaga, English walnuts, Muscov...

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

Wssas'camle Prices f nrrent. ale- doz Buck&amp;amp;kin, common, 1200 Englbh 3 50 a 4 00 Harness I'lhr. tS GOa 30 00 Scotch 2 50 a 3 CO Sole leather, pr lb 25 catAO — LtiiBCB— pr in. fl. Navy, pr lb. Co 9 Oregon piuo 40 00 Tilot T.Cahfor dj 40 OOo 50 00 Crackers, pr boa 3 CO j do rcdvrocd 40 00 a 50 00 candles— R . shingles 5 CO a C CO Dip, tai!ow pr lb. 18 molasses— Mould do £0 £, 1 pr gal. 50 a CO Sperm 59 a 70 noes — coal— S. Island, pi lb. 18 a SO Actkraci'.c, ncno nails — Bituminous, pr Cot/pr keg 10 50 ten 80 00 Wrought -lb. «l Charcoal per bo. 25 .naval stokes— cocoa— Tar pr bbl. 12 00 Cocoa pr lb. 37 1-2 Pitch 8 00 Chocobto 371-2 Rosin &amp;lt;••» corrcE— lb. Turpentine, pr gnl 1 50 Manilla 15 a 20 oils — C.Am. 15 a 20 Olive, pr gal. 5 00 *l cower— j Linseed 2 00 Sheathing pr lb. 37 1-- Sperm 1 00 cordage— Whale 30 Hemp, pr lb. 12a 15 j mints— Manilla 1* a Red Amer. aoao cigars— pr m. White do, pr keg 3 50 Loug nines C 00 do Eng. Sixes 7 50 Ochre, yellow Manilla 15 00...

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BILLY WHITE`S PRIVATE OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 3 June 1848

BILLY WHITE`S PRIVATE OPINIONS; OR, THE LOGIC OF A LOAFER. Poor Billy White? He is, as he sagely remarks, "the victim of circumstances." Billy returned here the other day on the steamer Fashion, from Vera Cruz, where he had been employed as a mule driver. He had a dollar or two in his pocket, but soon after his arrival he found that his last picayune had been spent in a groggery on New Levee street, just above the steamboat landing. Dragging himself out from a wood-pile the next morning after his debauch, he made his way to the place where he had spent the last of his dimes, His hands trembled and his lips twiched and quivered, and indeed, to use his own eloquent oppression, " he had the shakes terribly on to him." He beckoned the bar keeper aside in a most mysterious manner, as though he had something of the utmost importance to communicate. "Look here, old feller," said Bill, in a sort of growling whimper, "I want a whiskey toddy, strong, with a little peppermint and a slight shak...

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

PORTSMOUTH HOUSE HOTEL. SAN FRANCISCO, CALlFORNIA. THIS Establishment having been, during the past summer, thoroughly repaired, enlarged, and newly fitted up, tho undersigned, proprietor, is prepared to accommodate permanent boarders and transient persons, in a style not inferior to any Hotel in tho country. Returning his thanks to the public for their past patronage, the subscriber solicits a continuance of their favor. The Table will continue to be as good as can be found in the country, and the charges will be moderate. E. P. JONES. San Francisco, Jan 22, 1848 1-tf Astor house; Monterey, Alta California. THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully notify the Travelling Public that this House has been thoroughly refitted for the reception of visitors. The TABLE will be furnished with the best the market affords— wild game during the season. The BAR will be supplied with tho choicest wines and liquors, end every attention paid to the comfort and convenience of his guests. N. D. Horses fed on...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 3 June 1848

Dr. BENJAMIN BRANDRETH'S VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS. INTRODUCED BY HIM INTO THE U. S. IN 1835. "Science should contribute to the Comfort, Health, and Happiness of mankind." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE STORE OF C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. ON Iho 1-ihof May, 1535, these now truly celebrated mil were first made known m lbs United j States, although in Europe they had been previously before the public for near a century- The American public naturally viewed them with suspjcion, but as 011 trial they were found what thoy professed, it was soon displaced by the greatest confidence. They have secured this character, two, under very adverse circumlances, having to contend with the base slanders promulgated by those interested in keeping mankind in a state of error as regards to the functions of their bodies. Dr. Urandreth would here impress on his friends, and the public generally, that however different may be the action of the Pills at diffrcnt times, that such different ac...

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

PRUEBAS EN FAVOR DE LAS PILDORAS VEJETALES UNIVERSALES DEL DOCTOR BRANDRETH POR MAYOR Y MENOR EN EL ALMACEN DE C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA ES efecto de esta medicina famosa el purifica/ » sangre ; el convcrtir la sangre pobre y corrompida en sangre rica y sana. Y porqui producen este efecto, las ban bussada con pcrscvcraucia nuej-tros citjj^"'' de todos las closes'; y la cficacia notiria n ue t j" fl01 dichas pildoras dc restuurar la ?aliid, las haco la a rj u I ares. •*""* I'uran ellas do todos ■'.•ifermedades, .*»larue r ,t.&amp;gt; t» que purifican la sangre, quituudole las prcvi^" ■ * malas y suminstraudole las bucnas. Se forma dc la sangre la parte j-olida del cuerpo Imano. ce convierteii efi sdhgrc loa ahffleahate lomamos, y asi recupcra el cuerpo lo que picrd* c-1-! tinuaniente, de suerto que, Began cl sMttds. sjs__ en cl cspacio, a poca difcrencia, de nueve auos £ alimentos renuevan entcamento cl ctterno R»U? gamqs que por cualquier causa, y aim a consecuc...

Publication Title: California Star
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