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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 May 1847
"I l TASTTLD. — A good ouia eaok. *oa»y.i. aad Im ?T carpesteis. tor lite iUdafa Steam MOk, wbo will re&gt; &lt; « .t» cesjOaal empiorzar^t. Apply to W. A LEIDESDOEFF. Baa Fraaciaea, April 17, J- ;T. [li-M LUAIBEiL : ~ Tang aal n t i I a ttMn tar pobiie. that be at bow p&gt; J. ('«.-• d to fill «rdaw tor off ktadt of taaaaw. at Saasma, ur at Ima place, aa tow at ft caa be aiaiiiltti ia th« &lt;«at&gt;in AH ardar* I- ft at fay dare ia taoi place, oral be |ii ii |H. ami ill to. , W. A. 1.L11'1.-I aaa Fraactcro, April 17, 1:47. [IS-tl
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 May 1847
GREAT SALE* ! OF VALUABLE tin BSTATE In the Town of Sao IVanrisro. | . i ri'iHi iiuouii v. Ny U»i« foftoanaf *«*♦ of •* ElwaVwejr, *••»• S. W. 15 X t »»*t. Cormier of California all lb« ngbt. title. «ad inurwt of the I'aitrd Stale*, Md of the Territory •&lt; Tilif a,tolte^ eH d WATER UWI 'cathe Kant Ami of the Taw* of Fraacaca, haw been ■■1.1 r.avvri. as J rrlraard, Is lha People, or Corporate aa»hani*o» cf aaid Tow a. DECREE OF GOV. KEAUNY. ••1 Brija&amp;er Cea. S. ■ Kt»*ST,GoTrraoref Califor^ ••nia. by Tirtae of aatboritv ia a* xt**4, by the PUESI••DEXT OF THE UNIT ED STATES of Aoenca, do -hereby grant, ctmny, tad releavo uata the Towa of Saa "Fraac»»°o, the People, or Corporate antboritirs lLrrt«of, ••■I! the r :ii. MW. aad ialereat of the &lt;;»reronient of U» -IhMaul*. aid of Ibr TrTTitorr of CiMm vi »nJ "to (far Dcadti *. »irr Lou «a Uv Ea*t ('■&gt;*« of «a«i "■ T«-» a «f Km ritton indiuM Mm i.'.r putnU f ••;_.* aa* t :.r luacoa am) Fort Montfan...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 8 May 1847
REMARTE 0 VENTA EN SUBASTE PUBLICA De Solares En La Playa Del Pueblo De San Francisco ALTA CALIFORNIA. Par el Dccmrr* aiswr«U&gt; dado par S. E. I»oa 8. W. K«araT. Gracnl de Ilrifada de to. II I.', y Cobrra*. dor da CaUforaia-4odo rl drrrcbo. Mai*, y iaterea, de la* l^udw frwl-. T dd Trrntorio d* CaUaraia. a lea 80. I.A R Lii ea la ITava, c ra frcate drl PatWa da' faa Fria. r -m ... aa ceacrde y tra-fttf. al IWafo aa U» AatorxU*. Maa^ipal- de dicbo PbcUo. Dccnirro pi: t. 1- el «i:«ok •;oiii:ic&gt;ai&gt;ok. Ya, « W. Rraray. r^aeral d« Drisada y Gottrraadw de t-alifenaja. ca rutad dr laaaadrrra am. Ati aaa raaiarIda* dado* parr I'R 1&gt; 1 1 » KM I : de loa l&gt;'| AIM iv t'M. I»i »&gt; de Ararrica, he teakJo a bira ooaecdrr y participv al ParWo dr t&lt;aa Fran- ■«•, o Aatofidadra M«o)r,aaU d* dirho rnrbla, tedo rl dVrrrbo. War., r iatrrra drl &lt;;• tarrao d* lea t&gt;tadoe I nul » y drl Trmlorio aY lasdaiaaj, ra...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
The following excellent article we extinct from the N. Y. Morning Courier At Enquirer of Aueu»t laat; it will be read with interest. — falifornia. We have received a communication, which we shall publish as soon «« pos'ible, urging the propriety of insisting upon California as an indemnity tor the expenses of the war with Mexico, and contending, forcibly, that if admitted into the American Union it most come in as a free territory. W&lt;i coincide, in the main, with the posi- , tions of of the writer, which are maintained with ability, ami will be lead with interest We have frequently expressed our own opinions of the iv portanre of this acquisition to too Unite.! States, not only m adding • very large and a very fertile territory to our domain, but as giving us possession of ninth the best haibor and naval depot on the whole Pacific coast, and thus ensuring to us ii any future emergency, entire supremacy in the Pacific seas. No one. we are confident, who ell mines the »ho!«...
Rntnor—ll« prc«-nlenc« [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
Rntnor— ll« prc«-nlenc« Nowhere, we ere connoeatt. di.l ever rnmor . originate and circulate more freely, yet so arngv- ' larly as ir. Ail tbe taml of cur adoption"— -the j territory of California To day. a ruuior arrives ' and ien*»sat undisputed ; to-morrow, it is added \ to, or succeeded by another equally aSeord though perhaps altogether different in nature from the first, but to trace either to their origin would puzzle the shrewdest member of the bar, and defy the skill of the most scientific cross-ques- | tioner tkat ever wearied and annoyed a witness. j Moat nonsensical ani ridiculous are the many ways in which these rumor* originate. A travoiler halts for the night at the raneho or residence \ of a countryman. The ever-prevailing inquiry I is first histitut&lt;?4, tbe never-filling demand far the news first made ■ Nothing of importance " j does not satisfy thj boat—* asrses of quesiionint; I isiiiTii as&lt;l to satisfy his dbappsinted and i praaatng oatertam...
Lmtr«l fr«*na ?l#•*»«•«• [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
Latest from Mexico. By the Santa Cruz (schooner) which arrived here on Monday last from Honolulu, we are furnished with late Island papers, and additional news from Mexico. The invading army had left Saltillo -- taken Tampico -- were proceeding with haste against Vera Cruz. Santa Anna had abandoned San Luis Potosi, and it was believed he was marching to regain possession of Monterey. It was hoped that the difficulties between United States and Mexico would be speedily adjusted, as a Commissioner had recently arrived in tbe Republic with new proposals, which, it was thought, would be accepted. The S. I. News of March 31st has the following: -- The Argo brings us Mexican papers to the 18th February, from which we take the following: Gen. Scott had assumed the command of the American forces, having arrived at Tampico with an additiona! body of troops. Gen. Taylor had marched from Monterey and Saltillo to the southward, to join Gen. Scott, and their united forces, amounting to over 20,0...
For lU r*lifanu« Star [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
For the California Star At a meeting of the officers of the Detachment of the 7th Reg't. N. Y. S. Vol's, commanded by Major James A. Hardie convened on board the U. S Transport ship Loo Choo on the 30th of March, 1847 at San Francisco, California, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted :-- Resolved, -- That we take the occasion of the termination of a long voyage, during which we hare passed safely through the perils of the two great Oceans. to tender to Captain James B. Hatch, matter of the ship Loo Choo. our sincere thanks for his many kindnesses and assiduous attention to our convenience and comfort. Resolved, -- That we feel it to be both a duty and pleasure to express to him our high appreciation of, and confidence in his seamanship and nautical skill -- our deep sense of the obligations we are under for the self denial he always manifested for our accommodation, and the disposition he has invariably shown to promote our welfare and happiness. . Resolved,-- That we ...
■ [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
[From the N. Y. Journal of Commerce.] United States and Mexico.—We have seen parts of a correspondence which has recently taken place between an Agent of the Mexican government in this country and th« lion. Mr. Bacbanan, Secretary of Sttte, end alto between the fame Agent and the Mexican gorernmect— The object of the .\ pent, it teems. i«, in his own language, »to e»use one Republic to give way to the other&gt;ana to establish a friendly understand* ing in both on mutual concession. ' The following it an extract from one of his comnanieslionj to Mr. Buchanan — • «-The question is now intricate: it is, however, to be met— and fettled. The sooner the better." •.* "1 he Mexican Junta it is not improbable, indeed, hot that yen nay receive a proposition • • In August and September I had the honor to urge in strong language, the entertain- ing jronr overture lor negotiating a poire on terms which the two governments may reasonv I bly agree to, with honor to both. An honorable peac...
f From tho X. Y. Mirror. 1 * !C:itlro::« lu«,<|, / [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
[ From the N. Y. Mirror.] A Railroad Incident. There's nothing like an obliging disposition, I thought to myself one day when travelling in a railway car from Boston to Worcester, seeing a gentleman put himself to considerable trouble to land another gentleman, who hsd fallen asleep, at his destination. ' Passengers for Needham ! ' cried out the conductor -- ' the car stops but one minute.' 'Hello!' exclaimed a young man in spectacles, at the same time seizing an old gentleman by the shoulders who was sleeping very soundly ; 'here's Capt. Holmes fast asleep, and this is Needham where he lives. Come, get up Captain, here you are.' The gentleman got upon his feet and began to rub his eyes, but this young man forced him along to the door oi the car and gently handed him on the road-side. Whizz went the steam and we begun to fly again. The obliging young man took his seat again, and said with a good deal of satisfaction to somebody near him, ' Well, if it had'nt been for me, Captain Hol...
FROM BELOW. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
FROM BELOW. We have just learned by a recent arrival from los Angeles that another outbreak was apprehended. Our informant on his way hither, met several large cavaaldes driven by Californians in arms. .And again, on the Cowango Plains, near los Angeles, three horsemen, bearing the Mexican flag, fled upon being discovered. Another account which we do not consider credible announces the commencement of hostilities. It is true that immense bands of horses are almost daily driven to the leeward from the north side of the Bay. And although the disturbances may not have yet commenced, we have cause to believe, in the language of our informant that they are fixin' for it.'
r'nrn tli' Washington Union. Nov. IT [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
r'nrn tli' Washington Union. Nov. IT Gr.\ Cotton. — We hare received to-day, from the hands of one of the best chemists of Washington, a small portion of this singular substance, prepared by him according to the process of Schonbein himself. It is decidedly the best we have seen, considerably superior in quality to the cotton which Mr. Robertson brought with him from Schonbein. m England, and sent by him in an envelope addressed to the President of the United States The specimin we have received was prepared in a very short time in this city, and was even slightly damp when it was sent to us. On drying it on the hearth, we ex floded ■ portion of it on a sheet of whir* paper, It exhibited little or no smoke, and left the slightest possible stain on the two last experiments, ■ad none at all on the first trial. A correspondent at Lyme Regis, Mr. Georg» Waring, points out an old record which shows that gun cotton is not altogether a new invention. "None of those chemists who profess to ...
THE CALIFORNIA STAR vi A it I *¥ i: JOl'R.YAl [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
THE CALIFORNIA STAR MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. May 10th.—The schooner Santa Cruz, Lowe, from Honolulu, with merchandize. May 11th—The schooner Com. Shubrick, Von Pfister, from Monterey. SAILED May 10th.—The brig Elizabeth, King, for Southern Coast via. Monterey. May 13th.—The Transp't. ship Loo Choo, Hatch, for the United States via. Santiago. The ship Barnstable Hall for Santiago. The brig Prima Vera, Stenner, for the leeward. The schooner Santa Cruz, Lowe, for Monterey. IN PORT. Bark Whiton. Geltson. Bark Tasso, Libby. Transp't ship Brutus, Adams. Brig Com. Stockton, Young. Schooner Com. Shubrick, Von Pfister.
[Onr MAY EHYMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
[Onr MAY EHYMINGS. &gt; orr«T«»a:»rr oac — art.r t. r. k ■ Hark ! to the r*a&gt;— Ti» poßria« ajaia. It ii BaMkM tar hJ-exie. aad aoakia« tbe pia* ; WWtaretoa*. •»*«■* » .r&gt; j. Am the fa* »M»tfcat. Lear* s« befcasa QftkraMM&gt;ff weather. Bet the rlooa ctattrri . Far the May month ha« br»arl&gt;t P»l I— nt waathar oa wvhfei^y aaajw : To atoae for the aaat— Forth* lob| aariJ of daMfktRaa&gt;k)9affMr aa Cut Aa eagerly eaafhl. Aad the m aitkatad flowed — How they dnak • the «how«. ' R^nat. rejoiclaj theae raa*4raaaiaf kaar. : Wai. the ahrtth, a&amp;d the aaaat. Aad tbe ciamberiae riae, Now refreahed to the root. Look aaat Tcrdastly £ac ! TV farmer at «fi:!. Weh la&gt;l's:r.; dalajht. Hear* the raia oa hia roof paner dowa m « might. l.ul&gt;d taVp by the drop. . He ireambgiT aeea The growth of hk n oa» Tamajk their aWnkaaMl tjrrr*. The « atock ' aad the ' ateed ' Note the araaaaaaf ' feed,' ' Fatfatoacto waader...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
WANTED.-- A good man cook, a sawyer and two carpenters,for the Bodaga Steam Mill's who will receive constant employment. Apply to W. A. LEIDESDORFF. San Francisco, April 17, 1847. [15-tf (Line Break) NOTICE. The undersigned having established himself in the mercantile business in the town of Sonoma, is now perpared to supply farmers and others with all articles usually kept in the stores of the country, at San Francisco retail prices. He has also attached to his establishment a Bar Room fitted up in a superior style, which will be kept constantly supplied with the choicest wines and liquors &amp;c.-- goods also, will be sold on comission. W. W.SCOTT. May 8th, 1847 18-2t
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
GREAT SALE" "I HI VALUABLE REAL ESTATE;] Ii the Town of San Francisco, i ri'iK CALIFORNIA. BY the faaW** decre* *f ha Eacairary. Uaa. 6. W. Kt&amp;sxT. Ccvcraer * CaUonua, aU Ik* right, title, -d latemtof th* I'aJcd Stt ••a, aad of th* Territory of Cal- *£: v "beach and water lots ca the East front of the T*wa of Frxaciaco, hare ] aara gtaaaai. coarejed. aad released. to the Pe«t4e. or Corporate aatkantaw of said Towa. DECREE OFGOV. KEARNV. lit- ;«^r Gra. S. W. Kuut.Goreraorof CaMor. "aia. by Tina* of asthanty ia roe Taatod. by the riU&gt; J- \ -DEXT OF THE UNITED STATES of America, da | law*T fraat. coarey, aad raai—i aaaatW Towa of Saa j "FraactKO. the People, or Corporat* aathonUr* thereof, [ -all the r M . t.:&gt;. aad iatrrert of the fa irwaiiat af the ; ailed Suva. aad of tbe Trmtary of Caliioraia ia aad -to the Beach A Water Lots m the East f /oat of *aid "Towa of Saa Fraacisco MaM brtwrea the poiats : ■■kac« a as the RiacM aad Fort Moatgomerr. *aera«J...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 15 May 1847
aEMARTE VENTA ENSUBASTE PUBLICA. Dr. *«•• \ici * i:&gt; LA ri.AYA in i i*i i:hi.o di: tiA.\ ik im o. ALTA CALIFORNIA. Par el Dacaara aifweat* dad* aar P. E. Dm S. IT. 1 Kraray. Ceaeral de I«r. C a«J» «V lea C I . y Gobrraador da California— tod* e| oVrecho, litak. y iatcm, d* |m I Falidmi rnidoa, T del Trrntorio de .."«ru»«. a lea SO. LARES Mb PUym. o ra (rcate del Pnrblod* Kaa Faav r ■«•. —• coaced* y trasfirr* al Parbto aa Us Aotondaan Maampale* d* dkbo IVblo. Dccnirro in: •». i:. in. mi^oh UOBIRV4DOR. I Vo. 9. W. Krarar. Ibarra! de Brigoaa y G*btraiJ« ' de CaLferaia, ra nrtad d- loaaadiiai qua mi aoa aaj«. ; idaa4aaa*aarrlFßr&gt;ll&gt;i lo* ESTADOS I M. ! DOS de America, be teaid* a btra naeido? y BMtwpar 'al Pueblo aY Su Fraacca, a AatoridadM Muuir.p«.' I de &amp;cho Pnrbto. todo el drrrcbo. titalo, * Mama drl G. ! btrrao de los Eatadaa I "n. J.« y drl Torntofto de CaafarM, \ ral«Maiwiiliiili ea la alaya •al Eato d* dich* fa». ■ bio de Haa Fraaoar...