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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

The Californian Star. In proportion as tea structure of a GovernmeBt fives force to. Public Opinion, A is essential that Public Opiafcn' abeaM be Enlightened W..1: a <ru,u — g^-» MM ._*. _ -_ _ -_^- Ml^^^ M , „ VOL. II. FRANCISCO, JUNE 10, 1848. NO. -23.

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

Views Of Gen. Lewis Cass, On The Wilmot Proviso And The War. -- Late advices from the United States confirm the opinion that we had before expressed, relative to the position of Mr. Cass, as regards the next Presidency. We find in a late New York paper a letter from that distinguished and able statesman, written at the instance of a friend, resident of Nashville, Tenn., and embracing his views on the Wilmot proviso, the war, &c. We extract therefrom as follows; class of servitude, nor will its adoption give freedom to a single being who is now placed therein. The. same numbers will be spread over greater territory; and so far as compression, with less abundance of the necessarice of life, is an evil, so far will that evil be mitigated by transporting slaves to a new country, and giving them a larger space to occupy. I say this in the event of the extension of slavery over any new acquisition. But con it go there? This may well be doubted. All the descriptions which reach...

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 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. 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, 1948. 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. [* 1tf 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 GovcrnmcnL Maps and charts made out in the most ...

Publication Title: California Star
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

ol this office on tlie 12th,* (Monday next ) but will remain at the store of Messrs. C. C. Smith and Co., New Helvetia, for the reception of letters and newspapers until tho day of departure. Postage on letters $1,00, and on papers 25 cents. This office advertised an Express for the United States, to tako its departure on the 15th day of April lost Precisely, to a day, it took the great road leading over that immense obstacle, thai insurmountable barrier, the Snowy Mountains, performed the on par- alleled feat of crossing through " melting The excitement and enthusiasm of Gold Washing still continues— increases. Many of our countrymen are not disposed to do us justice as regards the opinion we snows,'* and was safely speeding onward, at last account? Wo say this much, not only that apprehensions on the part of the interesmay be allayed, but that gratuitous prophesiers of ill may bo comforted, if comfort there can bs derived from their, own discomfiture. The Express of the 25th inst....

Publication Title: California Star
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OFFICIAL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

OFFICIAL ORDER) Hbad Qi/ABTEaa, 10th Mil K«rr. No. 37, ) Monterey, California, May 3 1, 1H43. Any person whatsoever in California, native or foreigner, citizen or sojourner, who shall purchase or receive in any manner from a U. S. soldier, sailor or marine, his arms, accoutrements, clothing, horse, sadill", bridle, or any part thereof, or any other United Slates property, shrill, upon conviction, bo mad-- to forfeit the thing itself and four times its value in money,- «nd shall moreover, suffer such other corporeal punishment as a military Commission may award. II. Any person whatsoovcr, who may now have in his possession any such arms or clothing, etc., shall forthwith make such fact known' to lha nearest military Commander, or render himself or herself liable to Iks penalty named in tlie 1st paragraph of this Order, upon any such article being found in their possession. III. It is made the special duty of every person in the employment of the United States Government in California...

Publication Title: California Star
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

The undersigned having accepted the above appointment, and been duly qualified according to law, has, opened an office in the City Hotel, for the convenience of those parties having business with lbs trtate, under tbe direction of Mr. C. V. Gillespie, to whom the public are referred. * * WILLIAM D. M. HOWARD, Administrator of the Estate of the late W. A. Leidesdorff. Distbito de ion 1'a^naco. i Terniorw do Alia California, Junio 6, de 1848. J aassisitlrarrm de las bienes mortaorioe del fiaado D. Guillermo A. Leidesdorff, muerto, ab intestato. Yo Juan Townsend, Alcalde de de San francisco, en virtod de la auiortdad con quo mo hallo jpvcrlido, por las prcsentca uombro de Administrador & km bamea mortuorios del finado D. Gullcbxo A. LiinsaaosrT ■ D. <•< uxeajao D. M. Huwabu, socio is la coaipania de Melius y Howard del nmtuo l>,,. oOo. y encargo a lades los quo debea a] referido fiaado, hagan sua respective^ pagos iamediatameat- a Acs* Admin...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

GOODS! GOODS!! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Cl for sals at their Store • in New Helvetia and the stoma Mine*, a large Assortment of New Goods, especially selected for this Market, consisting in part of Prints, blue and fancy Casainctt Velvet H. boons Thread, Cot A Linen, assorted colors Irish Linen Bed Ticking, Flannel Silk and Cotton Hd'kfs Blue and Brown Drilling Brown and White Cotton Broad Cloth Pant .Stuff. Cotton and Woolen Dress terns Men's and Women's Hose and Stockings, j Cot and Wool. Vcstings, ;j>l*ins Shirts, Cot nnd Wool. Guernsey Frocks Boots &' Shoos, Coats lists A Caps, Vests Steel Pens, Lead Pencils Playing Cards, Pipes Combs Percussion Caps. Scissors Sauce Pans, Copper Kettles Rum, Brandy, Gin, Porter, Ale Champagne, Port. Sherry, and Cal. Wines Supar, Ten _*"** /T* T"a» w_ • * Coffee, Hire. Rusins Flour, Crackers Sardines, Clams lobsters Mackerel Hams, Pork Bread, Cheeso, Pickles Cigars, Tobacco Spices, Castor Oil Nails, Inkstands and Ink. Needles,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

Hen/ Goods. . WILLIAM II. DAVIS Has received a large aad I i beautiful assortment of lagtwh French and American Goads, per Brig "Lamkayacaaa- from V.1para**, and offers them lower than the annals.of history can furnish a parallel: *» Champagne, brandy i a casks and cases, French liquors, Port. Sherry. Claret and Miwcatell wines, | cherry cordial, Gta, Spanish cigars, green and black Us, pearl barley, a complete aaaortment of apices, : preserve, and awectmeats, chocolate, glue, sardines, | raains, tag. valaats, earraway seed, coffee, ready i made clothing, .pool thread, a most splendid assort- ! 5S of Kf? of dark and l.rbt color*, velveteens, Madras* bd kf*. cotton and woolen pant stuff, Merino, | J^rj*y mcre "d cottoa shawls, French .Merinos, em- , brotdercd gauze dresses, cation and worsted damask, Waa drills, catua fringe, bed ticking, cotton blankets, . _!_____ and brown cotton, suspenders, printing, < printed muslin*, banting, dock, sewing silk, silk velvet, &...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

MELLUS & 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 aad doeskins, very fine. Fine and common cloth, black, blue, adelaide and green, Two cases ribbons, assorted colors and widths, One do casetnetts, Bine, white and red flannels, Ladies' bonnets, fancy silk and barege shawls, Lace edgings, wide and narrow, Artificial flowers, spool cotton, One case Irish linnens, in half pieces, 500 yards woolen carpeting, needles, Blank. table cloths, Ladies' & gents' kid and silk gloves, Ladies silk hose and head dresses, Peruvian and very old Jamaica rum, Beat quality brandy, Gin in stone jugs, Sherry, and golden sherry, Old port wine in casks and bottles, Champaign-, cherry cordial, New Malaga, English walnuts, Musc...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

Wholesale Prices Current. iLE-doz (Buckskin, common, 1200 I English 3 50*400 Harness I'thr. 18 00« 36 00 Scotch 2 50 a 3 00 Sole leather, pr ib 25 j sbead— ixmbbb— pr m it. "Navy, pr Ib. 6 • 9 i Oregon pine -.0 00 P_d 7 Califor do 40 OOo. A) 00 Crackers, pi box 3 00 do redwood 40 00 a 50 00 cajoles— R. shingles 5 00 .000 Dip, tallow pr ib. IS molasses — Mould do 20 ft, 1. pr gal. 50 * GO j Sperm 50 a 70 moss — '■■— S. Island, pr lb. 13 a 20 Anthracite, none .nails — Bituminous, pr Cut, pr keg - 10 50 ton 20 00 Wrought prlb. 'JO Charcoal per ha. 25 naval stobcs — cocoa— Tar pr bbb 12 00 Cocoa pr lb. 37 1-2 j Pitch 8 00 Chocolate 37 1-2 Rosin 6 00 corses— lb. i Turpentine, pr gal I 50 Manilla 15 a 20 1 oils— CAm ' d^uJ Sa -JO Ohvcprgal. 5 00 corraa-r a - I .**4 2 00 Sheathing pr lb. 371-2 Sperm 1041 MMM — bale 30 Hemp, pr lb. 12 a 15 rAi.vrs Manilla 12 a , Red Amer. none ciCABS— pr m. White do. pr keg 3 50 Long nines 6 00 do Eng. I Sixes 7 50 Ochre, yellow Manilla 15 00 Varnish pr gal...

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[Original] Rio Sacramento [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

[Original] Rio Sacramento, And that auriferous region watered by it ! Heaven preserve us! what has stirred us -- Zounds, the mftiiude agog, What has cursed as, or, occurred as 1 Late quiescent as a log! ' ' Dire contagion hi the rage ea Coast, inshore, town*, cities, all, Every ■Boa habitation Gloomy as a funeral pall. Higaway, though, MByway •"•> ...... ...» ..... Swarmed, thronged, prencd with living matter, ■ •* Northward bound, Fortunes found ! w ' [ °^; r ~ " Up North V* Man, your reason's chattered ! •*%g ad, the common miu'i «a then, ao Up tbe Hirer Sacramento !" ■MB ! there go from yon rancho -_,, - Sire and tons, wife, matron, maids; There s a launch, though,, fast and staonch, so Ha*»- your "pillage** here conveyed. . '_.'___$ Bowls and baskets ' may 1 aek it, Hare you embarked tout all ia these 1 "All! why blast It, Hi- no task, clt; ' These are tcesA tubs, if yoe please ! H it s r __*■ •__ *. _ *x % . I siC — — *"sr.J3l ■#_, aii &*** Picks loo! ■_ ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

[Building Icon] PORTSMOUTH HOUSE HOTEL... SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, THIS Establishment hawing 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 interior to any Hotel in the 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 # I-tf (Line Break) ASTOR HOUSE. Monterey, Alta California. [Building Icon] 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 the choicest wines and liquors, and every, attention paid to the comfo...

Publication Title: California Star
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

Dr. USJiira BRIM1RKTUS . VEGETABLE; TJiS'IVEKSA]'/.'. : : PILLS. introduced sr him ucro rnt v. s. is'1B35.;"Science should contribute to the Comfort, Health, ; , and Happiness of mankind." ■' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tijVjAT TUB stork or t \* c C. L.ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. O.N the 1Mb of May, 1835, these now truly celebrated Pills were first made known in tho United States, although in Europe they had been previously before the public for near a century. The American . public naturally viewed tbem with suspicion, but as oat trial they were found what tboy professed, it was soon displaced by tho greatest confidence. They bave secured this character, two, under very adverse circumstances, having to contend with the haso slanders promulgated by those interested t in keeping mankind in a ! state of error as regards' to the functions of their bodies. Dr. Brandreth would here 1 impress on baa friends, and the public generally, that however different may be the action of the Pill...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 10 June 1848

PETJEBAS^ E.\* FAVOR US LAS PILDORAS VEJETALES UNIVERSAL l>SI. V DOCTOR BRANDRETH. . POK MAYOR V HENOB r.:; r. I. ACE.V vr. a I. ross, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA TT.S efcctn do esta medicina famosa el purifier i Jit sangre; el co.ivertir la sangro pobre y »mBis_ en sangre rica v sana. Y porqno producen este *<[£* la* ha.i buscada con pcrecvcrancia rtues'res ciudad^ 3 ' de todos las closes ; y la cficacia notiria *>**, H^* dichas pildoras do restaarar la salud, las hace tan *J* ularos. l^* Curan ellas de todos cnfermcdades, solamente tc quo purifiean la sangre, quilandolo las propa^T malas y suminstrandole las baenas. * " a So forma do la sangre la parte solida del eo.n^^ mano. fc*e conviorten en aan^re los aliment en tomamos, y asi recupcra cl cuerpo lo que pierde c--. tinuamente, do nuerte que, segun el srstema natcn en el espacao, a poca diferencia, de nueve anos \_ alimentos renuevan cntcramente cl cuerpo. g-J gamos quo por cualquier causa, y ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 14 June 1848

THE CALIFORNIA STAR. SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1848.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 14 June 1848

In fewer words than are usually employed in the announcement of similar events, we appear before the remnant of a reading community, on this occasion, with the material or immaterial information, that we have "stopped the paper"— that its publication ceased with the last regular issue. We think we have discreetly enough made this matter known, inasmuch as we have no more than answered the anticipations of many of our readers, by whom, in the language cited, thrown in the attitude of a question, we have been repeatedly assailed. Indeed, the thrilling inquiry has been dinned in our ears incessantly of late, and, "Have you stopped the paper?" we have as studiously labored to avoid as assuredly we have this seemingly important event itself, and of which so many appear to have had a presentiment. From this it would seem reasonable to infer that our simple statement of the fact will nothing surprise the majority of our friends. — (Here we would wish to withdraw, as it will be confessed th...

Publication Title: California Star
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