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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847
AT AUCTION An assorted cargo of goods will be sold on Monday the --• V I.J. ef March at Maem Howard i M- .- Yettn 1 Doraa. .i IV O'clock A M ntsicstief af rdINTS, i OSIUJAC, LI.VKX, MANILLA, «;i. \s - &amp; CHINA IWASS. WINES, OK.COY; OIL, CUTLLKI, &gt;ll'iVi;i.\ »«!■(». I Tsnctr ef DRY GOODS, GROCERIES &amp; HARDWARE Terms of sale will be cash or government bills. I The iWtf ar« Vr.tr • ;..-.u to Cm V. s M. p Crsae, ■ad an sold by arew at the Coauaaadrr » Ourf of the • '- - v '- Naral ■««• .a thai »«mtoa, lor aad m. acrooat of wbea it ts*} rocevra. I". - M. ;. Crane, Verh* Baena. Feb 15 IM?. 7tf ~~A &lt; mo I. W. HAKTINGii, ArroaxcT as» Cocmxixo* it Law, haviaf lieltd majmtYaiimaai ady at Saa Fraaeis. &lt;•. aad fcinn; made arraa^taeaia to arararr aa e st«a- -• v. Law Library, lociadia* lat Uw* af Mexico, reiatTe to the drparttarnt of Califomta, hopes to bo faOr | r r ? , r . Ed to tsvrsti^ta IS, t.:&gt;» tad ■■'■■ith to warn, aad to ...
I'ublir vfcfl<M«. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
Public Meeting. At an adjourned meeting of the citizens of Yerba Buena, held on Thursday evening last, in persuance of a call by "many citizens," the following Preamble and Resolutions were adopted; Whereas, a legislative council was recently or-; ganized by appointment made by the late Governor, Commodore Stockton, consisting of seven members, four of whom were Californians, one of whom was a British subject, and but two of whom were Americans. The two Americans and the! British subject having resided for fifteen years in the country, and having engaged largely in the mercantile business, have identified themselves and their interests, in all respects, with the Californians, so that in truth, we are without an adequate American representation. And whereas the emigrants, who constitute more than four fifths of the American population, who have recently arrired in the country, and are now without lands, houses, or homes, worn down and exhausted from the continued fatigue and hardship...
Front the London Weekly Detpatc There's a star la I In* We*. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
From the London Weekly Despatch There's a Star in the West. There's a Star in the west that shall never go down. Till the records of valor decay ; We must worship its light though 'tis not our own. For liberty bursts in its ray ; Shall the name of a Washington ever be heard By a freeman, and thrill not his breast ! Is there one out of bondsge that hails nenot the word As the Bethlehem star of the west? (Space Line) "War, war to the knife be enthrall'd or ye die!" Was the echo that waked in the land ; But it was not his voice that prompted the cry, Nor his madness that kindled the brand ; He raised not his arm. he defied not his foes. While a leaf of the olive remained ; Till goaded with insult, his spirit arose like a long baited lion unchained. (Space Line) He struck with firm eooraje. the bow of tea brave, But sighed o'er the carnage th it spread ; He Indignantly trampled the yoke of the slave Da! wept for the thousands that bled. Tho' he through btek the f ttera and headed the st...
The Occupation of Nov. inirS^ [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
The Occupation of New Mexico The Washington Union, in speaking of the occupation of New Mexico By Gen Kearney, has the following speculations in regard to the nature of this occupation, and the proceedings which will be proper under it : "The gratifying intelligence of this movement having been crowned with success, without blood shed, seems to have been received by the country with delight. What Gen. Kearney's instructions are we do not know. It is not to be expected that such orders should reach the public enemy by publication here pending the military operations. Gen Kearney's successful occupation the enemy 's country not only justified, but required th«t the Mexican Government should be superseded. The continued discharge of these functions by Mexican authorities, unfriendly to the United States, under such circumstances, would be something new in the prosecution of war. The provisional government substituted is necessarially temporary, limited to the military occupation of the...
Inland l«t 1.1 re. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
Inland l«t 1.1 re. People are apt enough to hate each other for tbe moat trifling cau&gt;rs. au«l aumelimea fur no MUM at all ; but peihaps, then' is nothing which produces mnro enn.ily. (and that nf the most unconriluting ehari&lt;ti-r ) I -an an ie»&gt;]giwarj rival ahip in business. Tliroiij»ri the misapprehension)* of some persrns, a Uudable compeiition in trade ia made the pretext of obtruding private animosities ou the notice of the public , and it is always observable, that the party which U least successfol ia competing with its rival, i* tha party which exhibits the most acerbity of temper. Perhaps this selfish feeling oftener shows itself in the newspaper business than in any ether. When persons of this spiteful cast see that they have not succeeded in keeping pace with some others, policy and good tatse would direct them to redouble their efforts to strengthen their claims on public regard, and to show, in every honorable manner, that they have at ...
I [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
I We would respectfully call the attention of our fellow citizens to the importance of establishing a public school. The population of the town is now rapidly increasing, and with this increase, there is a full proportion of children. To our knowledge, there is not at present a school in the place, and by consequence, our children and youth are suffering that most serious of all moral calamities, the misfortune of growing up in ignorance; of wasting that period of life, which only, can be devoted to education. Among the first acts of our pious ancestors, after they had landed upon the wild and desolate shores of the Atlantic, was the establishment of a public school, and from that day to the present such have been the care and attention devoted to the subject of public schools and education by them and their descendants, that the institutions of learning in the eastern and nUult st*tei, are aaodtU l*»)r be im-tauo ■ of tic ties', t:.' i .':.:&lt;: iz poTcrt&gt;a.ei.t...
Pa'j-Ir TLvjUuz at tcusu Clam. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
Public Meeting at Santa Clara. ■ W« fttra ree;i«"ei from a friar*! an a-ro-v.: of A* pracaad «-• tif a pi^.lic -u»«i g of tlie &lt;rit. ix wof 3 itU Cl«ra aad 1 irir». : ty fceiJ an tbe 20:1 cf Ftlrjiry, far :!.e ptrpu-o of «3sa'n«ti^g a tu'.iil'.c ;i«r»*a ta ftp* sc.it tbat fart uf Ca!ifur&lt; cit ia ;!i« L*^i»l«:ire Cusrcil. t• .1 :'. .« 1.1! mni awaapaaaaa aaco * ika attMtKuiat. )o*»y\ Arm was called to the chair. After a short bu interCitin' &lt;li«ca«ir3-), in relati »n la the oSjtxtt of the tacetinj, in wrbich a number of tka pniVim present participated. Elam Brown Esq. was nominated, and the meeting unanimously voted to raaaajaac-'i i. : :. ( to be apjM»iaUd. u wpreicat ibat portion of the c&lt;&gt; :u'ry. in t!i« a&gt;**c\\. Www alaoat to be formed. We do not believe that a better tcltiUja eouli have been isaaia. tod hi bupt aaai te trill rt c: ir c Uaa appsiiitiaexit.
Pni'lr li-<-i»nBT« [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
Pacific Meetings. We publish to-day the proceedings of public meetings held at various points in the northern division of California, for the purpose of nominating suitable persons to represent the people in the legislative council, now about to be formed . Our fellow citizens of Sonoma have displayed a great degree of wisdom and sound judgment in recommending Gov. Boggs, Gen. Vallejo, and Capt. Cooper, to represent this district in the council. Better selections could not have been made, and we hope they will be appointed - - Thwatbrc^ r:i&lt;l^nia« tO|Ttber with Mi E'«taj Uro«n cf Sjiaa CUra, will pr..b»Wy bo aa many as tbi* pa«t of C-Ufarou is eatiil»d to. albwing ■ other di.tr«e!» • fair proportion of rept*s*otatio3. We ar»e&gt;«tifi-d to ti -m ». tbat die p*opU k«»a UiJ asld* all piity anJ »etio-ul ree'-ioji in the t abar» 1 ujiM'tr— . ani a teJ Bar iba g»ccr*l g*nl &lt; XT\Verveiv«d a l«w da) a sine*, from cur Sa-i«: carro^onJmt, a Utter c«»n!»i:iJHg ib...
The *n-. ». [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
The Navy. We publish with pleasure, the subjoined account of the capture of the brig Malek Adel, furnished as by a friend who was in the action. We have every confidence in its correctness. -- We have in course of preparation a correct statement of the glorious career of our Pacific squadron since last June, which we design to publish as soon as we can obtain a few addtional facts -- Persons who are in possession of information regarding the various engagements which have taken place on the coast of California, and in the interior will confer a favor by communicating them to us, at an early day, that we may be able to do justice to all. It is not our intention to accord to any one an undue measure of praise, or to detract from any that which is justly due. From the commanders of our vessels of war down to the youngest midshipman, all are entitled to a portion of the credit of the accomplishment of the objects of our government in securing to her citizens in the far west, and all who...
y I»« >:i. 1 hi: :»t *»«oaia [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
Public Meeting at Sonoma. At a meeting of the citizens of Sonoma and other p3r&lt;ina« or' th« country North of ilia Day of San I'nncwc*. Ml 1 o.i the 2G h February. 1317. lor the p:irint« of taking ml • consideration tho siilj « t ..I mm i:i^ with our l"H*»w citixens of tha South side of tho B«y. i i their efforts to obtain in 'haoipc«tit»tioii of th* civil government. .i»» in*. In lain p'ae*. a fair and eq«ial represent** ' lion, t»alliU*seiof MHMM in the pr.»posod I* j gu'a'i'* UlC.l On motion L W. Boggs was called to the chair, «n.i Johu II Na»h Eff^ was appjinted secies Q.i in -non it was ordered »Hit a committre nf (if aln appointed by th* chair t ) prepare and for ward tv Uen. K*arney such resolutions eontain&gt; in t tSo renUmenta of Mi meeting, aa m«y by thui be iljjiil &gt;••»• «o recam^uh ih*ol»ject da aited. Whcr»up&gt;n H. 10 ten, J. H. Na.*S. G«m M G V*li.jn, Cjipt. Juhn Giig»by and M X McltiMt!i weiu Mp-.minUtl Mid romijutUtvj Th« Own u...
< IK4 V Lilt. , [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
CIRCULAR. To all whom it may concern be it known That the President of the United States, desirous to give and teeorv to the i'eop'e «f **a'i:'u':» a J .&gt;g£g*3»^. r '-' good government and haj&gt;py cr.l &gt;'.'^&gt;-» :-'- j^&gt;Cv^/^ ll.e IVoji'e of tha L.i ted btatrsv^ukl la p.llrct l!i&lt; i^*V^C tin- Mine time, from th« attack* of fo^.'ga .tt -»*::iu\SV t; ' iuternal cam root on«, — has invented Ihe :^l"^A ''• v^f v srparate aa&lt;! d.ftiurt powrrs. v,l an. l m:l .' ii^Kjjirti^al^ ooperatisa in the ex rci-e of which, it i.. l.of&gt;J^^f j^ - i l.cvrj wi;l hjvo the liappy rrau'u desired. 'Jo the CiK3.*nauder.in.Chief of lbs Hn i Forces, Ui? s Prrwdrat hi«h i« mmigaeil the reguljliuu of the iinpurt trade, — the cond;li«n* on wh eh vessels uf ail 11 it 0:1 ;, SSJTCVn ', as well in forriga may be adm tied into la* ports of lue Ti rr.tory. auJ the establishment 01' ali Po.-t aV*ja*atiaaai To the Command Military UfUa...
A todoi l«*qiif la» prc^cntca » irr«*ii. «abed. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
A todoi l«*qiif la» prc^cntca » irr«*ii. «abed. Qoe el Pmideitte it la* E4tado» UaTJas,— deseoio de dir yda asegurar a las !]*b.taitU-« tic CaU/oraia uuj par* twia—inn eu el burn gvb.cruu y fell eia.su it oa de quo juia cl Pueblo de la* EiUd&gt;M Utwdeu. y pMMg . I iumbo tittup-) de los ataque* do eoemijoj eitrjngrros y da las co injcuae. dorae*uc-u, ha euve^ttda a luj quo Mser.k;a coo podere» d.U.utm y BapafH*V*i Ml M la c t.I cxno »a I* m-I.tar ; ru I e;.*re c o de cuya co-ope- j fjoo;i ant-*""! m fuud-u tax e"p«raa:u de 1-m baeuai \ .c.ulijd « &lt;jm« »* de»e»o. At C*»:ua:i ru i»i»V de las Fctrcas NaraSra V ha rj.nct rl r'.tMtlrale, el j.Trjo d.-l cmire ■&gt; il ■■• iiapcrtcuo. Us ci*,dici— a* b.ijo la* coatfa Km b.rji:r&lt; de ledait | '.as aae^aMH Unto naciena!e4 cocao aatasf iru«, d.bja ad* ■MM en to* purrtos del Temlari*, y tl csU&amp;ecuaicnlo d* todas las rcgulacioaes d* los pcertos. Al Gefa Militar le l.a encar^ido »l Presideate la d...
£c£jld *, snxtsu [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
£c£jld *, snxtsu I U. 8. GarenuoKii B.IU, li'a ISpr.ctnt diicaunt. | AtnertCaa OoM, .Par. ; Uoubfoouj,....; 016,0!) ! Sovereigns,. 4,75 i 20 K/ailck' Piece*. 4,00 •n d-,......:tf % }.. ,•—&amp;£&gt;• ../9.Q0 , -Do!:tr.'.orßflk::-j&amp;.:... : .'.v...Tfr.. ...... .Pat. : • y '■- &amp;*• :«8c . ■
WHOLE SALE PRICES <:rm:i:."T. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
WHOLE SALE PRICES CURRENT. SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1847 COTTONS. Y. H. Tea, $1,00 Sheeting. . . yd. -It al6 U. t&gt;. da. " Wa7s Miirt.ii^i, . . " Id a tiJ Sjuchong, do. •• Joa?s 'J~l fttuU, . . " IC aUU JLeaf lotucco, •■ 18a2J 7-d - . . " 17a2i Masof'dao, "12a30 Urowa Drill*, " 1 J a — Kr'cA IlVandy, gal. 8 2,00 Uiuo do " "la 25 [Flour, bl. 18,00 IJ.ue Coltoa " 16 aIS (,'nojolate, none. IMBHH " iJ a -'j iLrned Apples, ib. 13 al6 Cam. Mtwliji, pc. S'ISO a 5 .'. Kiisiua, bx OMM a 6,03 Velveteen, ya. M a lt)O . -I NUitlt.S. \SOOLEN*. JBottlcs, doz. 81,00 line I! Clolh yd^a a 6 JSperin Caudles lb. 56 a. — Common do. 2r"&gt;o2 r "&gt;o a 4,50 Cordage, "i 1a — Kami- 1 . yd 20 a 75 .Cortu, gross. £1,25 litunkru, p?&lt;r, &gt;&gt;5 a c aliot, Ib. la a 12 1.1.Nl l'iviue, nou». Irish If jen yd 50 a7j yuar&lt;Js(;. Qu'lmft «;4U,1&gt;0 Kjvcii luck none, j Up. Mid " 3U.00 C«inm UuA, Qlb a3O Call' BooU, SMI a 7,00 U»iiab«f£*, noue. i''-z...
«>;j >iiUi:iuJ. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
Appointment Edwin Bryant Esq. hereby appointed Alcalde of the Town of Yerba Buena and of the District of San Francisco, vice. Lieut. W. A. Bartlett, who returns to his naval duties. Given at Yerba Buena , Upper California this 22d of Feb'y 1847, and in the 71st. year pf the Independence of the U. States. (Signed,) S. W. KEARNY. Brig. Gen'l U. S. A. This is to certify, that Edwin Bryant was this day sworn into office. by me at this place. Yerba Buena , Feb. 22d. 1847. (Signed,) S. W. KEARNY. Brig, Gen'l. U.S.A
.« oiii l>raui it'ii to [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 6 March 1847
.« oiii l&gt;raui it'ii to Qaeda cll'iJo cl Seaor Don F&lt;l*ia Dryant Alcalde da U Yerba Uiieaj. y del DMiilo do Sag ic.sco. Volri. railow rl Tiwißjr W. A. liartlett abo;dj, pars stgiur mis licbcrcs ru la irina. Uadj en li Verb* Ouena A Its Cutifomia, a la. 22 das de t'rbrrro de 1847, y a to* 71 aaos Us la In Ji-j'-'udruca de los K. U. ■ (t innado.) &gt; \V. KL.VRNY Geaeral de Ikigaaa del Ejrrciio d» los E. U. Certfico q\« E.Jw:n Bryant presto hoy «M el jtj ameato aala mi; &gt; qu.d&gt; pxauc.ouado da an odciaa ea «*te lujur. Y*SM Burna Fercero M is ISO Ycrba. Butna Felccro 22 de 1547. (Firmado.) - U KEARNY Geaenl lie Brgada del rc.io tie los E. V.