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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 14 August 1847
DIED, Suddenly, by a fall from a horse, at Sutter's Fort on the Sacramento river, on the 4th inst. Major J. H. CLOUD, Pay Master U. S. Army. Major Cloud's numerous personal virtues, and his high character as a public officer have endeared him to an extensive circle of friends both in and out of the service ; and tne news of his unfortunate death will excite a deep gloom among all who have ever known him. . [Com. POKTSMOITH HOUSE, Kept by E.P. Jones. This Establishment, having been recently enlarged to double its former size, repaired throughout and neatly fitted up, is now prepared for the reception of boarders and transient persons. The Table will be constantly supplied with every variety to be had in the country- . To the Establishment is attached a Bar and Billiard table, the Bar will contain, as heretofore, every variety of the best wines, and liquors brought to the market. August 3, 1847. 32tf
KICKING A YANKEE. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 14 August 1847
KICKING A YANKEE. A very handsome friend of ours, who a few weeks ago was POKED out of a comfortable office up the river, has betaken himself to Bangor, for a time, to recover from the around inflicted upon his feelings by our "unprincipled and immolating administration." ¶ Change of air must have had an instant effect upon his spirits, for, from Galena, he writes us an amusing letter, which, among other things tells of a desperate quarrel that took place on board of the boat between a real live dandy tourist, and a real living yankee settler. The latter trod en the toes of the former ; whereupon the former threatened to "kick out of the cabin" the later ; ¶ You'll kick me out of this cabing ?" ¶ Yes, sir I'll kick you out of this cabin !" ¶ You'll kick ME, Mr. Hitchcock, out of this cabing ?" ¶ Yes, sir, I'll kick YOU, Mr. Hitchcock !" ¶ Wal, I guess," said the yankee very coolly after being perfectly satisfied that if was himself who stood in such emminent peril of assault— ¶ "I g...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 14 August 1847
KNOW'ALL ?lE.\ DV TIIESE rREsENTS. th»t I, ; !: :' r . •-:&gt; B. Him, Coloael Ist tigamat of Prafiiai. | United Mit c« . ...» . aad Goreraor of Califorsia, by [ XJlur of aalkaU) ta aw rr»lrd. da bereby o^iouit i J. ■« B.£*Tf&gt;ca, La»4 Surrryvr ia tba -0i- De- : j«r.j.&gt;": cf t~;vir « « ft ram, Done st M«n- ii r Ca}«u3 afCatflnHa. fafc) the Mi , day of J u2r. 1 * 47, tad Uk 7adaflkela&lt;iiaadia«aaf C» 1 ';.... ::-•.!■». 0.8. .MASON, j * O * CoL la DragDesa. and Gorenor of CaUertua. ;\ICE CbNSI'LAOO DE E^PANA EN CAUFOR. ! MAS. ; / Li. tefsaacnto. rxrurrda a lot I ■y.a.lia aW as 1 I jt:-.t*. «a# aaa a* at bavss ana, atari i ea ••• - Vmw « . i. Sg cj, a r-.»*:.ri.'jr»r. U « U. ;sr - a \.i- U • impm« &gt;■. Clu* dad»aia de easaabr eaa asl* formiilrtjad. bmm de Is oaa- :.--:.■. prrderaa apoya c tuUfrrac»a. CESARIO LATAILLADE, V. «....,_ JJo&amp;Xerey, Jbuo 12. de 1547. r; ; - PUBLIC NOTICE. AH ;••■:•. Lite; £&gt;aajJi i : • . c...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 14 August 1847
WARD &amp; SMITH HAVE just received by recent arrivals. White &amp; Brown Cotton, Rich prints, Merlins -- Printed &amp; Embroidered, Blue Mantus Blue Drills, Hardware &amp; Cutley of all kinds, Ready Nade Clothing. (thick and thin,) Boots and Shoes, Pickles. Rum, Brandy &amp; Aguadicate, Rigging of all kinds, Canvass -- various No's, California &amp; Muscat Wines, Molasses Flour, Pimento &amp; Pepper, Sugar and Coffee, Scotch Ale (superior quality "Tennita,") Salmon, Iroa. (Engish &amp; Russia) Anchors, (All sizes.) All of which they offer at Reduced Prices at their Store in Montgomery Street. 26-tf (Single _________ ) GELTSON &amp;CO. IMPORTERS &amp;. WHOLESALE DEALERS. ON HAND an assortment of Dry Goods and Clothing, Blacksmith Forges, Hats, Caps, Stores, &amp;c., a part of the cargo of the Barque Warros, direct from New York. For sale low for cash or hides. Store in Montgomey St., on the Beach...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
BOOK A: JOB PRINTING —It 1 11 AS — PnmphleU. IHIN of i:*cliniiEC i iil:ilw.'ii&lt; -. Mio|» Hill*. « 1,. Mill. Hill* "I l-:i«««ii-% llaud-bills lll:iuk l&gt;rca&gt;. Kill Hi :i&lt;t^ A.*-. A.r, Eieeatnl with aeataeaa and ilmpiak. __ WARD Ai SMITH, &lt;.« r;il &lt;ouiun«toH ncrrkanl&gt; Frank War,!. &gt; No Mo-mmaaat STairr, Wai - M hmita. \ S*» Km%. »■■ &gt;: Urre» ' '.i»oajiu. !„ W. IIA&gt;»TI.\«J», ATTORNEY AND COUKSELLOB AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, San Ftaaritro, Iff* Cmliftmim. " GELTSON At CO., "~ li:i[h»n«t» and W Imlosilc Drain v Stor* in Montgomery Street, on tho L«ach. Sax FMSictsco, t'rrt* C*uro»&gt;u^ KOBl:KT A. I'AKkli: GENERAL COMISSION MERCHANT. — «!«n— WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE, (»T THE "*— — liovit,") S*u Framrifo. f '. C. DICKSON &amp; HAY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. San Francuco. IT. a»D Honolnln. Oahu. II I MXI.I.IS &amp; MOW \kl» WHOLESALE AND RETA...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
Contributing.—There is one remarkable error into which our countrymen have fallen, in regard to the mode of extending support and sustaining the public press. A wrong impression it certainly is, that on the purse the stranger press is alone dependent; that to promote its welfare, the paper is brought into the family, and honestly paid for upon the expiration of the subscription term.— More particularly would we call the attention of men of acquirement to this: citizens possessed of a thorough knowledge of the land in which we are alike interested, that the press can never prosper—may stand—but can never succeed in the accomplishment of its high object, unless the pen, combined with the purse, acts in its support. We want contributors. It is important, of vital importance, that our countrymen should become impressed with the sincerity and truthfulness of this remark, and that if a single inducement remains to sustain the public press, a leisure hour should occasionally be devoted to ...
■II;- Hi...: of 11,. *alin:tii> [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
The Affair of the Salinaeus. The following article was prepared some weeks since, at the request of a friend, who, by letter, asked us to give a "reliable account of the manner in which the Californian force was repulsed, on the plains of Salinaeus, by the companies under Capts. Burros and Thompson." but has been crowded out by other important matter. To W ---- P ---- A ---- ESQ. Friend Bill: -- In answer to your request of July 12th. I shall endeavor -- observing all brevity -- to give you such facts respecting the above affair as may be be with safety relied npon, but first let me assure you that I shall make no attempt at originality, either in thought or style. In the commencement, the assertion that this engagement stands first among the deeds of arms in California, must not be taken as if from an enthusiast; and the facts I adduce, as evidence of the truth of this remark, are as follows: First, That had not this detachment of the enemy been successfully opposed, ' the large ca...
Tribul. to it.«< I^Mniiiil linrra. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
A Tribute to the Lamented Burros. Bring laurel to deck the brow of the brave, Bring the flag of the star and the stripe, Bring music to chant o'er the warrior's grave. Who fell in the van of the fight; Bring hearts to his low bed of earth. That knew him. and treasured him here. Who have met him in joy, and joined in his mirth; But meet him at last with a tear. (Space) His proad -mi waakf aat bra* Tbr «bane that eary atrore to cm. • 'a h m, wboae Grat aad drafts! car* Watanalmrtbiaii HUalm, With v; i - J arm* aad KalUat from — With "rktrr mmd rkmrxr thry Me, Aad foreman &gt;■ the battfe'a brait. Brarr |!iiti« i. '.!. aad d*4 Thra cathrr raaad ha lowly bed. With half mast t! i;. aad aiafll&gt;d dram. ■ ay hoßon la the gallaat dead. iVtr.i'- to a aaUwr'* hartal -cam&lt;-! Well write no epitaph of word*. W«*H raa» bo ■■»&lt;• -m I, ; Bat ct3\&lt;- h*&gt; aaaw apna c*r •**!». «»nr aaltMMßj, si«) oar batik cry. Our beautiful sister village o...
THE CALIFORNIA STAR MARINE JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
THE CALIFORNIA STAR MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO ARRIVED August 17 -- The bng Prima Vera, Stenner, from Monterey. SAILED August 18 -- U. S. ship Portsmouth, Montgomery for Monterey The Mt. Vernon, Given for Sandwich Islands. IN PORT. U. S. Razeo Independence, Lavalett. U.S. Frigate Congress, Livingston. Ship Conifederacion, Jones. Ship Maria Helena, Kerphy. The Georgiana, Kelley. Bark Tasso, Lindsley. Bark Whiton, Geltsun. Brig Laura Ann, Thomas. Sch. Com. Stockton, Young. Sch. Julia, Selden. Brig Francisca, Mc'Clurgh, Brig Santa Cruz, Lowe. Brig Prima Vera, Stenner. . SaaoVd aw Um&gt; (&gt;!&gt;■■■&lt; P"** f&lt; * V** \ ii«kua3. !l « cs« of .nt- iaar *axi tan*** aaaf* of «*•»• j raaca ,to «UM«a». tk&gt; Haaa— ramify, a—l— af ' «.U. rcaca tcrii*^ aad rfiVrt-
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
DIED,—Friday Aug. 20th, Mr. JOHN FINCH many years resident of California. The funeral will take place on Sunday morning next at ten o'clock, from his residence, Friends and aquaintances are respectfully invited to attend. NOTICE. In consequence of an editorial article, in the Californian of the 21th ult., in relation to the conduct of Capt. Maddox, "commander of the Middle District during the war troubles below," commending him for his personal liberality in " buying arms and paying money for government dues," &amp;c., I wish to remark, as I find I am not on the list of the meritorious, that if he has settled all claims of that Division in the manner he has those of the undersigned, they must have scarcely touched the gentleman's purse, although he has obtained of me, (as he says,) duplicate receipts. He knew his due bill directed to Mr. Green, of Monterey, had not been honored by an acceptance. JAMES S. LINN. August 21, 1847. Late a Volunteer NOTICE SEALED PROPOSALS, will b...
THE DEAD nuoTiiiat [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
THE DEAD nuoTiiiat », |»HX *liUI*TT» «OCA. li it a «ad «mI CaatfaJ i :. .i. ; . WbO* ..(«« «a laVa latr. TV- lo»e ■ mißtwnd"» i.'tanaat ►pnaj A aiPtkw ln*a — — *r ; *i wra. aa4 kawrl kaaaac ...:r U-J in Ihaakiu! jcavcr. A*. Uaa ai— « w&lt;k &gt;aak antiaaa, Bat toad a* i. :••'..•&lt; r i : « :. (Ik! the i.-, ::.. r . lac k- foad bw*acr, Tae oae Uke » am, From l.rii, u&gt; i«n&lt;U We acVr cam »ad •notiwr. And lhr» a*&lt;ar* our :•&lt;■:..:- •• *■•...:■■. Our limd of tbttr* la* inc. And k»o» thru Iran* to tmrs rxj*»d T« %■■■■■■ fax ...■■•■■ : And t are U &lt;*• ai »bat be c*M ted. If fvtl be ca» alwre, T« rrad yoor Qxmcfcls, s:. J »«tr yew »«"»« Ob Ik* hraja* iouka of lure, Ob! tl» bnnVt A.c. Oh! b!»xae •• not if that »f f ia*. J»"«r faUint iX tba* w«- aaac I Wbrrr ehouM liw bcart'a bert taefcae Wirai If not (ma out its spring And you bar* awa« • juy U. cs. Your /tir»i.'# -'../• •aw pnaV, Thru blaxae not « eorrow « i.a«....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
PORTSMOUTH HOUSE, Kept by C I*. Join*. Thai EatahtMeacat. harinc a»*a m*eily ralar^rd »v donbie iv fanearaw*. rrpairrd Ihtaaghaal aad aratly £l(aTei sp, m aow ■aTa^paaT'P'Q Bear the recrptjoa of boardrra aad &gt; ire al prraoaa. Tbe Table win bo riaataathr acppl-ed | w*h every varirty to be bad a the roaatry. To the GataUabstrat ia attached a Bar aad Bdbard Table; lha Bar will i— laia m brretofore, evrry varirty af the heat viaea aad Ijcoor broti'ht to the taarkrt. Aagaat 3. 1547. » tf' KNOW ALL MEN DV THESE PBESENTS, that J, ! Kkhu O. Mtaos, Coloerl 1 &lt; Bafaatat of Drafiaat. I iui.-d Mataa Anay, aad Goreraor of California, by Tatar of aatbbnty at aaa retted, da heroky aaaatel J-coa B.i««raam. Laad Surveyor m the Middle D*partaatet of I'ppcr Cahfamai. tlaacatllaalcr^. the Capital of CaLfor-ua, the the 22d day of Jerr. UM7i and the T2d of the ladrpradcaca of tba United Wtalit R a MASON. Cat. lat Drafiiai, aad Govcnwr of Caliibraia. VICE CO.VM UIN&gt; DE ESP...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 21 August 1847
A It D A *?I I Til Hart hyi»«r*at arrivab'. J 1 Wbito a Drowa CottAß. Xx h IV.r.l*. Ma . l"natcd A IJalmwkred. aavaaVa&gt;^ v C*aaawa B *a) aa&gt; BBaaaaalW^a»»wa»a&gt;B D!a« Maataa. ■■ BaaTej Hardwar* 4 ratlery of all kaaam, lUady Mado (Mhn,. (ibkk aad iktaj Baaai4Maaaa. ISeeJaa. , Ram. Draady 4 A«waaWeU-. KJCriac ef ail luad-, *■ ( rauiai nrinn No 1 * Caiiforaia 4 Maarel Wiex. MataaaaV PI m Pa—eta 4 P*aam. Kevar 4 oaoW. t^colcb Ale &lt;i.|Hureaakty M Teaß»ta,"» aaaam Iraa. tl'j&gt;e&gt;.»ii\ Raaia.) AarlMtm. AU j All of which they aaVf at Rtimeti I'm** at Ik. , Store ia M.aMjmnrj Ita&gt;t Vi»-if " «BLTtO2f A. CO, IMPORTERS WHOLESALE DEALERS, ON II AND, aa anortnM'at of Dry Comb aad : . Baaaka»itk'a Farfm. Hal.. Cap», Storra, Ar.ipu of the care* of tbe Dar^M W«rrv», dirrrt from Nrw York Far aate low for ra«l or auk*, ikare ia Mca!p«acry M . ca the Deaea. (stlf It nit I It : A. IMKKt:it. ADOBIE STORE. OFFER* far aala «a the ata...