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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

OFFICIAL $40,000. A New Gold Discovery. Forty thousand dollars will paid for the apprehension and delivery to me of Deserters from the Squadron, in the following sums, viz: For the first four deserters who have left any ship or ships of the Squadron since the 4th day of July last, ($'2000.) two thousand dollars, or $500 each. For each and every deserter apprehended and delivered over as above, (the first four excepted,) $200, two hundred dollars each. The above reward will be paid in silver dollars immediately on ihe delivery of any deserter as aforesaid, on board either of ihe ships of the squadron. THOS AP.C. JONES Comranndcr in chief, U. . Naval Forces, Pacific Ocean. Flag Ship Ohio, } Monterey, October 18, 1848. } 14- tf Five Hundred Dollars Reward. A reward of Five Hundred Dollars Cash, will be paid for the apprehension sad delivery of the person of PETER RAYMOND, charged with the murder of JOHN R. VON PFISTER, to the Alcalde at Sutter's Fort, or to the commanding ©ilict-r ol c...

Publication Title: California Star & Californian
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. WARD & SMITH, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Frank Ward, ) No. 3 Montgomery Street, Wm. M. Smith. San Francisco, Upper CaliforniaI J. BAWDEN, Wholesale Commission Merchant AND IMPORTER At the store foot of Broadway. 10-tf SHERMAN & RUCKEL, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CORNER OF CLAY AND MONTGOMERY San Francisco, Sept. 9. 1848 C. V. GILLESPIE, NOTARY PUBLIC. O* Protests noted and extended. General and particular averages stated. STARKEY, JANION & Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. JjT And ImjKjrteis of Goods direct from England,! the Atlantic poru of tho United Slates and China. San Francisco, U. 6*. tf 1. J. GRAYSOX, GENERAL DEALER IN MERCHANDISE, V t COItKEB CITY HOTEL DL'ILDINO, San Francisco, U. C. J C. L IMS) Importer and Wholesale Dealer. N. Y. Store," Cor. Washington *$• Montgomery at*., S»N FaAACISCO, I I , 1 !i CaUIORMA. ~DA>IS & CARTEIIT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS, COUNEU OF CLAY AND MONTGOMERY STtf, San...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

SHALL WE HAVE A CIVIL GOVERNMENT? The tragedy late, enacted in the mining district affords still another melancholy instance of outraged law It proclaims, too, our inability as a people to restrain lawlessness by offering rewards for human heads, while, as now, without the usual power to effect the punishment of crime. It very strongly urges upon our countrymen the necessity of speedy measures for the organization of some kind of government -- the framing of some law which may hold in terror evil-doers, and most earnestly it demands an ever-at-leading execution of the severest penalties attached to criminal conduct. In a word, it brings vividly before us the momentous question -- Shall we have a civil Government in California? Ever since military possession was taken of the country, her citizens have felt the want of active and vigilant laws. -- While we have been taught to regard the laws of the supplanted Government as still existing, other and conflicting laws have been promulgat...

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[fbmoma Correspondent} [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

[fbmoma Correspondent } Sonoma, (U.C.) N0v. 24, 1848. Kd. StarSc California.**: Sir — The theatrical corps arc here and have advertised to wake then </«./>??/ on Thursday evening next. They offer for an entertainment, the drama of " the (jlolden Farmer," mtenpersed with dancing, he, and conclude with a concert by the "Ethiopian Band." 1 have no news to offer. Rum has Vi* 1 • rial, and now retails at S5 cts. the l o©fw. Yours, SIGMA, Leap Year — Tho Urattleborough Eagl« •tales that the ladies of Vernon, Vt., availing themselves of the time honored prerogative of leap-year, made arrangements for • dance on Thursday evening last, invited the gentlemen, gallanted them back »nd forth, and—paid the bills

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

For the Star & Californian Juba River Goldmines, Nov. 8, 1848. Mr Editor: — Knowing from information the interest you take in the prosperity of California, I address this hasty communication to you for the purpose of placing before your readers some intelligence that may be interesting to them and to the public general|y. l am one of the wagon party just arrived from Oregon; and the success of our new enterprise has been such as to afford us much gratification. You are no doubt aware of the fact, that our wagons were the first ever brought through from Oregon to this country, and that such a project has, until now been considered impracticable. I came to Oregon in the fall of 1843, with the first wagons which penetrated to the Dalles, and have had the good fortune to be one of the first party that came with wagons from Oregon to California. When we were preparing to start, we were aware of the uncertain issue of the attempt, and we prepared ourselves to meet and overcome...

Publication Title: California Star & Californian
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

MARKETS. Provision a^d stores are jobbed by tha portage of the JoUtnzing <;uoUlioas : Flour. Oregon, $27 per bbl. do Chile, 25 do Beef, 20 do Pork, 60 do Butter, 90c per Ib Cheese, 70 do Coffee, 14 do Sugar brown, 20 do do white, 25 do Molasses, 65 per gall. Oregon Cranberries, $50 per bbl. Baric/, $3 1-2 per bush. Wheat, $6perfenaga. Placera Gold Dust was quoted on the Ist ult, at Mazallan, at 814 50 per ox , and dull sale.

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MARINE JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. Port of San Francisco, ARRIVED. Dec. 27, Chilian brig Trobadour, 25 days from Mazatlan, left in port brig Malek Ahdel, hence. 29, Haw. sloop Wave, from Honolulu. SAILED. 26, Haw. brig Haalileo. Smith, Honolulu. " Am barque Joven Guipuzcoana, Reeve, for Colombia river. 28, U. S. S. Lexington, Lt. Com'g Chatard, Valparaiso, Rio, and N. York. UNDER DESPATCH. Ship Huntress, Norton, Valparaiso. Barque Anita, Hall, Columbia river. do Undine, Andrews, ditto. Brig Euphemia, Newell, Monterey and San Pedro. Fr. brig Noveau Perseverant, Bove, Valparaiso. Chi. brig Coreo de Cobija, Solhouse, Honolulu, direct. MEMORANDA. The U. S. ship Ohio, Com. Jones, still remains at Sousalito. Ship Rhone, Hill, has moved over to Sousalito. do Huntress, built at Newburyport in 1839, and lately owned by Messrs. Olyphant & son, N. Y., as a tea ship, was sold here during the week. Terms not transpired. Com. Jones has given American Flags to the Peruvian barque Jovin Guipuzcoana, and t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

i>ii:d. In t'.iis place, on the morn in; of the2d iast, Joim J. 11. WifT.atje.j lft mouths and 21 days. CO-PARTNERSHIP. Taadofaigni i| have this day formed a copartnership on ' • the mm* end style of StsaSfS .V Gil*j»a/., tor the transaction cf :li« ' >bHinff and Commis* aion bctinrss, and rerpectfull/ solicit a share of the public uairona^o. C E. WETMORE. G.P. OILMAN, Saa Franei? co, Dec. 1 , 1841 2C-tf LAND FOR SALE. Will* undersigned offen for sale a oplen(1i«l Ranrho JL containing 8 leaf of ' * r<! . on tlio north side of the bay, near Sao Rafael. The title is good. .Also a fevr choice lets in s>an Francisco. E.P.JONES. Deo. 2.1848. 2C-tf DUST W ANTED. Thif hest price paid for Gold Dust, free from earth . end stone. ALSO— Wanted, Gold Dust at a high rat* of interest, for which approved security i« offered, iipply to C. V. GILLESPIE, Dec. 2, 1848. 26-tf Portsmouth square. fJMI r. tin.lTf ■£!'• <i have **4aMi»ii«-tJ Hut. lor t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

VARIETY STORE, Cor. OF City Hotel. A, J. Grayson, KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment of seasonable goods, at wholesale and retail, consisting of HARDWARECast hollow ware, Hand irons, Tea kettles, Sauce pans, Grid irons, Griddles, Knives and forks, Tablespoons, Jack knives. Pocket do Augurs, Gimblets, Coffee Mills, Cut nails, Wrought nails, Stc. TIN ARE— Tin pots, Gold washing pant. Tin pails and buckets, Tin pans, Tin cups, Coffee pots, Tea do Japaned boxes, do tea boxes, do trunks, Nursery lamps. SADDLERY. Side saddles, Bridles, Girths and Surcingles, Saddle cloths, &c. CROCKERY DRY Goods Prints, Blankets, Boys' Serapes. Clothing, Portmanteaus, Shirts, &c., &c., Boots and shoes. Glazed caps, Suspenders, Umbrellas, Hosiery, &c, &c. GROCERIES— Rice, Coffee, Tea, Arrow root, Black pepper. Pickled walnuts, Ass'd Pickles, Jerkins, English mustard, Ground clover, do popper, Chewing tobacco, Oat meal, Call and examine Sa...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

~~A i I HO. THE undersigned. Physician and Surg«oa a/ the L*.a. X doa axd Dublin Colleges, cflirs b.s service* to the public on laoderate term*, his adirrat is at Mr C'arnngtoa'*, b.cromeaio BtM L. J. HENRY POETT ALSO. — Wanted, a building lot and a house to rent DX. J. A. HARD, 71. D. 1 1 '• * I II) respectfully announce to the people of th» > V Mining district, that heiia* eaUbliaUd 111 ail if at na*S Fort, and that he will keep constantly oa hand a supply of Drugs and Medicines, and will attend punctually to all who may favor him with their patronage. Office at the Hotel". 15-:f _______ Null' THE copartnership heretofore eristics under th« . firm of bsJSSOMSa & A>uaaaoji hoi b«eu diasolved by mutual consent. The business will bo continued by the undersigned at the same Ktand, and who respectfully solicits a continuance wl patiouago. ALFRED EDMONDS San Franc Nov. 23. 25-tf. notice* to Contractor*. T)ROPOSALB Will be csccived by the undesigned (of ...

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V flu i«!i«<l . ai [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

A Hundred Years Ago. Where arc all the birts thai **zz A hundred year* ajjo? The flowrrs that ull in bcau'.y »priaj; A hundred years ajo? -^ t:'o;i ejescpoa — V.'hrre. oh where are lips and eye*. The maiden* »tailo, the lover's si gbJ, That lived so loaj ajo ? Who pecpJrd all the streets A hundred \ ears ago T Who filled the cbarch with faces r..' • \ A bundled years a^o? The saieriaff Ulo Of slMer frail— The p^ot that work'd A bfuthr t'* fbViSU Where, oh whero are plots and cneert, Tm r-oor man** hopes, lh« rich raai. f « fean, 8 That lived so long ago? Where are thn gravrs where dead mea elept A hundred years ajo I Who were they that living wept A hundred years a»o? % - i. . :i;jcn, Who knew not lh?xn, Their lands are tilled. Their graves aro filled — Vet Nature then was just as jay. And bright th« *un tlioae as to-day, A hundred years ago! Tin 13 Life.— lf we die today, the birds will sing as sweetly, and the sun shine as pleasantly to-morrow. Business will not be suspcuded for a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

CITY HOTEL Located on the south side of Portsmouth Square . The proprietor informs his friends and the public generally, that he has again leased the above large and well known establishment, which has been recently fitted up and furnished in the most modem sty!e,and from his experience in business as a conductor of a publie house, he hopes to gain a liberal share of patronage. The purveyance department is attended with care and attention, and his tab!e supplied with all the varieties the market affords. His bar contains the choicest brands of cordials, wines and liquors. In fact, no pains will be spared in any department to render his guests agreeable during their sojourn. J. H. BROWN, Proprietor. San Francisco, July 15, 1848 3-tf (Break) PUBLIC HOUSE. The undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has opened a Public House for the accommodation of all, in his new und commodious building on the comer of Pacific &amp;amp; Sansom streets, oppos...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

NEW STORE. mllE subscriber has just opened a largo assortment of JL New Goods per Rhono and Euphemia, iv the north- west corner of the Portsmouth House, comprising in i»art a general variety of Hardware, cutlery, carpeuter's and miner's tools, builder's materials, glass . ware, tin ware, boots, shoes, hats, caps, boaaeU, ho»iery, domestics, tweed*, prints, toweling, plated and German frilvcr spoons, combs and brushes, spades and shovels, rifles and pistol*, saddles and bridles, steel, &amp;amp;c. Also, a large and completo assortment of heady j mu»i: clothing, of all descriptions, blankets, shirts, &amp;amp;c, which will be sold for cash or gold dust at reasonable prices, at tho new ctore on the corner opposite the City Hotel. 8-tf C. E. WETMORE. GOODS FOR SALE, ON board bark Janet, by tho undersigned, 35 a 3G inch »attecus,23 1-2 iuch fig'd bluck tauf&amp;amp;for ladies dresses, 3G inch strong brown cottons, satin fcarfc anu fctocks, ladies net night caps, clouting diap...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 2 December 1848

For Sale. EX LAURA ANN, from Manilla and m. SILK GOODS, &amp;amp;c. Sewing silk, in assorted boxes of 24 ll* Embroidered crape shawb Crape bandas. assorted colors Satins, black and colored do Parace, crimson Figured camlets do rich (&amp;gt;ilks for dresses Black Levantines Crn.-s cloth Silk velvet Ribbons, assorted widths and colors i Silk and velvet vests i GROCERIES, (fee. Teas ; Congo, Gunpowder and Imperial, iv box-. f, r lb*. und 22 1-2 lbs - 80f1^ Coffee ; fine Manilla, bags of 50 and 751b« Sugar, do do do Sugar candy in jars of 27 lbs Rice, best China mandarin, CC 1-2 lb. barg Sago, in bpxes 20 lbs each Sweet biscuit in jars Preserves, dry and in syrup Cassia Cavulonga Brandy and wine in ■ks Gin in cases. SUNDRIES. Camphor wood trunks and cbests Mahogany and other writing desks Oil patuting!} Rice Paper Wrapping paper Bamboo hats and caps Chinches do do Marble slabs Earthenware, viz : dinner sets, bowls, dishes, plates, &amp;amp; c Flower pots and stands for do. ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

THE CALIFORNIA STAR &amp;amp; CALIFORNIAN. !.. 11. SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1848. NO. £ / .

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(Sacraments C orrespvndence.] [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

[Sacramento Correspondence .] "Bound up" -- Benecia -- Suisun Bay --- Montizuma --The Fort -- " Law and Order" -- Education -- The Oregonians -- Gold Mines -- etc., etc. Ed. Star &amp;amp; Californian: SIR -- We promised to have written you sometime since but could not find on opportunity for the transmission of a communication. A trip from San Francisco on board of a whale boat, (barring accidents,) is fraught with a good deal of pleasure. With a fair wind and tide, the little vessel bounds over San Francisco Bay with the speed of light, yet affording the traveller a view of the varied scenery on either side, and soon brings him to safe anchorage at Benecia City. This place was only commenced about 18 months ago, and now numbers 17 houses, including a well supplied mercantile store, blacksmith shop, and other useful buildings. The din of the hammer is heard, and considerable enterprise is manifested in this new town. It is situated at the head of ship navigation, on the Straits...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

OFFICIAL $413,000. A Xew Gold Discovery. FORTY thousand dollars will b« paid for the appro- ! | union and delivery to me of Deserters from tho Squadron, in tho following awn; viz: For the first four deserters who havo left any ahip cr shipa of the Squadron since the 4Ut ay of July la*t (§2OU0 f ) •wo thousand dollar*, or $300 fach. For each and every deserter apprehended and dclivred over as abovo, (the first four czcepted,) §200, two hundred dollars each. The above reward will be piiid in silver dollars immediately on the delivery of any deserter as aforesaid, oa board rither of the ships of the equadron. THUS. AP.C JONES Commander in cbirf, U. 8. Naval Forces, Pacific Ocean. Flag Ship Ohio, ) Monterey, October 18, 1648. { U— live llnndred Dollars Reward. A rtward of Five Hundred Dollars Cash, will b« paid for the apprfh^nsion and delivery of the pr r*on of j PETER RAYMOND, charged with the murder of JoitN R. Yon PrisTna.to the Alcalde ct Suiter's Fort, cr to the commanding officer...

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