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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. WARD & SMITH, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Frank Ward, ) No. 3 Montgomery Street Win. M. Smith. } San Francisco, Upper California 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 STS. San Francisco, Sept.9, 1848 C. V. GIUBSriI, NOTARY PUBLIC. XT Protests noted and extended General and partiooJar averagoa utaied. STARKEY, JAMON & Co., COMMISSION MEKCHAN - 37 And Importers of Goods direct from England, the Atlantic ports of the United States and China. San Francisco, U. G. It A. J. GRAYSO3, GENERAL DEALER IN MERCHANDISE, S. B. CURNT.R CITY HOTEL BIILUISIO, San Francuco, U. C C. L. ROSS, Importer and Wholesale. Dealer. N. Y. Store," Cor. Washington «fr Montgomery Sts', San Francisco, Upper California R. A. PARKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Merchant Stare in Clay Street, San Francisco. FINLEY, JOHNSON & co., ...

Publication Title: California Star & Californian
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. We ere indebted to tbe politeness of Alex Cross, Esq., for a file of late Lima papers, from which we make the following brie! summary of news: In France the march of the Republican government is not so favorable as the true friends of freedom desire. Paris dates, to 10th August, represent the National Assembly to be divided into three political clubs, with the most distinguished members as leaders, entertaining a great diversity of opinions and views upon tho most important questions of state policy. A portion of the press was still restricted from circulating newspapers. A proposition was introduced in the Assembly, by Mr. Julio Farre, to confiscate the property of the dethroned King Louis Philippe, when Mr. Thiers came to the rescue and nobly and manfully opposed it. The disaffected to the new government among the people had reported to assassinations, and Mr Thiers narrowly escaped, he being the chief object of their attack. M. Laramantiue had left the count...

Publication Title: California Star & Californian
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i nlKumi.i riBJIBBJ He 3. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

California Claims--No.3. The next position, in the evidence on behalf of the California claimants is, the acquisition of the territory The testimony goes to show Com Sloat, then commanding; the U. S Pacific squadron,by a "fatal inactivity" had protracted the taking possession of the territory, until informed that the American settlers, assisted by Fremont, had taken up arms, defeated their enemies, and declared themselves free and independent people ; and that he was induced lo take possession only on account of the movements of Fremont in the north. That the results terminated happily for the United States, and therefore all the benefits of the movement and subsequent events accruing to the United States, it is a good ground lor that govern--ment tto assume responsibilily of the payment of the just and necessary expenses atlending it. Tbe following extract selected from a mass of testimony, will, I think, abunduntlv satisfy your readers:l Fremont's Testimony. — '"I came down to Mon...

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THE PUBLIC SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL Of Swi riun 1 bo re-opened for the rtrcj.ii. -ii of pupiU on M«.n lay, the 1 2th MafL, under the supervision of Liu. l¥, 11. Christian. 1 he tcim* of tuition will be — for spelling, reading, writing, Arithmetic ami Geography, eight dollars p-r term, and with the addition of English Grammar, Book Keeping, Philosophy, Chemistry, and Geology, ten dollars per term

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MARINE JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED. Dec. 3. Per. sch, Greyhound, Remaggi, master, 32 days from Payta. 4th Brig Belfast, Jordan, from Columbia river, via Ft. Victona, Vancouver, 9 days from the latter port. Passenger, Capt. Stout, agent for the north Pacific S. N. Company. CLEARANCES. 7th. Brig Belfast, Jordan, Panama. SAILED 3d Barque Anita. Hall, Columbia river. 6th. ship Huntress, Norton, Valparaiso. MEMORANDA. U. S. ship St. Mary's arrived at Monterey and sailed for this port previous to the 4th inst. The sch. Lambayacana, Sparrow, master, from this port bound to Valparaiso via Monterey, touched into Payta, 40 days from Monterey, to land Gov. Mason's messenger to the authorities at Washington. He will probably arrive in Washington 75 days from Monterey. A Norther commenced here on the afternoon of the 3d inst., which continued with considerable violence, till the morning of the 6th. Several Launches, for the want of proper ground tackle, were cast on the beach; some o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

Cross, Hobson & Co. OFFER for sale the cargo of the Schr. Greyhound, from Payta, consisting of Brandy in cases Champagne superior quality Claret Sherry wine in casks Pork Cigars Quinine 1800 lbs. sugar in Ioaves Guyaquil hats Blankets Woolen clothing Beads Prints Pillows, red Printed cotton hd'kfs Cordovan boots Black silk hdkfs Cutlery Scented soap Jewelry Spoons Seiditz & soda powders Brown linen drills; alpaca ponchos; gold balances; crow bars. and a great variety of other articles. (Break) ALSO -- The balance of the cargoes of ships Virginia and Undine, consisting of Cottons. grey and white; blue and brown drills; marianers' strips; cotton duck; blue nankeen; bobbin thread; printed welts (vestings); linen damask ; lastings; broad cloths &. cashmeres; barege shawls (new style); liston & bonnet ribbons ; flour; rice; cocoa; tras, black and green; Paris snufl'; sup'r chewinj tobacco; Hav'a cigars ; French preserved meats, veg--tables;...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. A SMALL choice lot of fine Jewelry and silver ware, suitable for presents for the approaching holidays, just received and for sale by WETMORE & GILMAN Dec. 9 '48 27-2 FOR SALE. 2 LOTS, 25 by 25 varas each — one situated en Montgomery st., at the corner of Sacramento st., the other directly in the rear of it, fronting on Sacramento st, opposite tho residence of Wm. M. Smith, E*fJ. Jppjyto MELLUS at HOWARD. Dec. 9, 43. 07- tf WHEAT!! BARLEY.'!'. 11. r«crived, and for sale by V WETMORE «&. GILM4N. Dec. 9, 43. 27.0 NKW GOODS. JUST received per recent arrivals, and for ac.'e at ■mall advances far cash or country produce, 2U caws prints, sorted colors and qualities, Ha!c» colored and white blankets, do :>>'.. !;;:•• und white tlaunel, Bad t! i.'.i.'l under ana over shirts, Cordaudtlripedcottcu thirt*, fcuper:orqua!itici, 5Ui) pr r..N •.;..»•;.• and woolen pants, •V^r !. an f'ock cuaU, Dress and over do Green jackets and geu...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

Goods. S BRANNAN & CO SACRAMENTO CITY HAVE just rcteived, per :Ji»#» Jt Virginia* /j.ta Valparaiso, a very i*rj» and extensive assert • i ment of dry good* and groceries, tar ;:.• minio<* cowtry. N. B. Gold received on deposits for safe keeping. Sacramento, Dec. 3. '48/ 27-tf CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE undersigned have formed a co-partnership seder the firm of Ross, Benton &. Co., for the purpose of conducting a general shipping, importing, ac commission business. C L ROSS, X. It. BENTON. .* San Francisco, Dec 9, 1?4?. 27-tf FOR THE SANDWICH ISLANDS, The barque "JANET," A 1, has ample accommodations for cabin and steerage passengers. For freight or passage, apply to Mr. Dring.. Dec. 9, '48 27 FOR MAZATLAN AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. The fine coppered and copper fastened brig Correo de Coblja, J. B. Solhouse master, will have despatch for the above ports ; for pa»ajje or freight of coin or placcra jotd, apply to the captain or to FINLEY, JOHNSON &amp...

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THE PACIFIC MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

THE PACIFIC MARCH. Z&iltr* tf tht Reveille:- A. Iwo y*a I*** am in C.-J; far nb,\:»a a* I » in «boot to »tart «a Ihtt idventare, 1 have c\*t about for mil torts of mat W'CWQsiratng thnt country, and among other curiota ibinc* found thn frajmrnl of a «ng. •" *» old Span- 1 icfa «oik hy l»oa IVdrn riaaebcx <> Dosucrllla. entitlrd M Aluc?i'o JornAdi* ea c! Natvo Mrjic*." My vcr*lon of it Li oo peal poetry, but you will find it full as l-ood a* the «.r;g !a .i]. * , Joa.<« ..L«aar.

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Za Jornada del California. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

Za\ Jornada del California. And maa y a river rollr Asia rock* and hills and raileyi green, And deserts on Uio way. And mountain* hieJj. oa either hand, All corered with frost and wm>w, Before -. • come »o the pleasant 2asd I will go. Ob jjirt yoar radd!c* bclb tight and iitronp, And yoor duj-ky mules boktride, With your joodJy carbines at your back* And" your pL<tu!s at your »id«. For creel (oe» are on tho plains AH grim irith paint and goxe; Aod tbeir criily «ief ils are Itko the C*^* That up ihe'rooa&taiM roar. Vb pray to the Virgin, every man, Ahd th« bit rtrd Saint* altray. If Imply from the*o cannibals They'll kerp u§ nigbt and day. • • # • * # They've taken their ox-gads in their hand*, Andro load I hear them pwcar, 1 woa!d the cattle may keep their leg» " To bring us safely there. And they've mounted them on their dosky mules, And so bold they gallop along, God pity thf robber* on the piams ' If they're a thousand strong ! I pray God pity th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

CITY HOTIX. Located on thp «outh side of Portsmouth square. TV" proprietor informs his friends and th public generally, that ho has again leased the above largo and well known establishment, which has been recenU ly fitted up and furnished in the most mo'dcrn Etyle.aml from his experience in business as a conductor of a public house, he hopes to gain a liberal share of patronagn. Tho purveyance department is attended with caro and attention, end his table supplied with all tho varieties tho market afford*. His bar contains the choicest brands of cordials wines ant] liquors. In fact, no pains will be spared in any department to render hb guests agreeable during their sojourn. J. 11. BROWN, Proprietor. San Francisco. July 15, IS4S. 3-tf "WbucThouse. £^| Till: undersigned respectfully informs! friends .kLuL an d the public generally, that he eat opened i Public House for the accommodation of all, in his now and commodious builning on the corner of Pacific A Beaseai streets, opposite lb...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 December 1848

NEW STORE. -5. f nil I- subscribers have- just opened a large assortment f x of ftcwtioorfp per Virginia and Undine, in the *north-w corner of the Portsmouth House, compris- ' ing in part a general variety of Hardware, cutlery, carpenter's and miner* tools, builder's materials, glass ■ , war--, tin ware, boots, »ho*<", hats, cap*, bonnets, ho* fcicry, domestics, tweeds, prints, toweling, plated and German silver spoon.% combs and brushes, spades and shovels, rifles and pistols, waddled and bridles, steel, &c. , Also, a large and complete arsortment of heady made clothing, of r.'.l descriptions, blankets, shirts, &c, which will bo sold for cash or gold dust at rcasonablo I J '•• i i '.;« >ki 1 j 8-tf .0. d GILLIAN, GOODS FOR SALE," ON board bark Janet, by the undersigned, 35 a 3G inch Ratteens,23 1-2 inch fig'd black ttuffe for ludio <i: •*;•< •:', 36 inch strong brown cotton.*, eatin scarfs BUS • trick i, ladies net...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 9 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 HARDWARE -- Cast hollow ware, Hand irons, Tea kettles, Sauce pans, Grid irons, Griddles, Knives and forks, Table spoons, Jack knives, Pocket do Augura, Gimblets, Coflee Mills, Cut nails, Wrought nails &c. TIN WARE -- Tin pots, Gold washing pans, 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. {Crockey Ribbon Icon] DRY GOODS -- Prints, Blankets, Boys' Serapes, Clothing, Portmanteaus, Shirts, &c, &c , Boots and shoes, Glazed caps, Suspenders, Umbrellas, Hosiery, &c., &c. GROCERIES -- Rice, Coflee, Tea, Arrow root, Black pepper, Pickled walnuts, Ass'd Pickles, Jerkins, English mustard, Ground clover, do pepper, Chewing ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 16 December 1848

The California Star & CALIFORNIAN. !.. 11. BAB PaANCISOO, SATURDAY, DECEMMH It;. 1818. NO: 28.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 16 December 1848

The Memorial given below was about being circulated as our paper of last week went to press. It is to be hoped that Commodore Jwill be led to grant the reliefd desired. Numbers of immigrants continue to arrive, adding to the many now here, and destitute of shelter against the winter rains. These rains are now at hand. Memorial of the Merchants, Traders, and other inhabitants of San Francisco, California, requesting that the Coasting Trade vf California and Otcguti may he opened to Foreign Flags. To tii* n m Tuns. AP. Catcsdt Jo.nf.9, ; Comd'g U. S. Pacific Squadron: The undersigned memorialists, deeply interested in the welfare of this Territory, and with a view of relieving the embarrassments that the many emigrants who are almost daily arriving among us, both by land and wa ter are suffering and must suffer, from the great scarcity ol lumber, and the very high price of provisions, petition Commodore Jones to throw open the coasting trade of California and Oregon to vessels bearing...

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Fori'i^ia DH'iu*. [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 16 December 1848

Foreign Items. HuftGAlir, — In the Buncs!, on the lo'wei The is*, the Illgriana nntl Kaicea undt nn attack upon the Hungarians and Germans, at the instigation, it is said of the Archduker of Carlowitz. In the small town of Kurkinda. there was a great commotion amongst the Raician part of the population. They demanded of the Senate the immediate partition of the the so called Ueberlandsfelder, drove off a squadron of Hussars, lying in the town — stormed the town house and destroyed it with all its records and documents, and concluded by bursting open the gates of the prison and releasing 85 criminals. Most of the Senators took flight, but two were sacrificed by the released criminals who had put themselves at the head of the mob. One of them was a man 75 years of age, who was killed with pitchforks; and the second had his hands and feet cut off and was left in this state till they had demolished his house, when they put an end to his sufferings. Sixteen of the Senators' houses were t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star & Californian — 16 December 1848

OFFICIAL. $40,000. A New Gold Discovery. Fthousand dollars will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me of Deserters from the Squadron, in the following sums, viz: l\,t tin* tirst (our deserters who harft left any ship creliipVof the Squadron tinct* the 4tli day of July lust r . (;!'.) [Wo thousand duiiary, or iftr»UO each. For t »c!j and every dewrter apj't» hriid' d and dtlir,»rrd tsxi'T as a!»orp. (the first four exempted,) §2UO, two tncndled dollar.* cacti. I lie an v* reward «'i'l be paid in tilrrr dollar* immrdi&iely ou Uiy tiriivtry of auy de«erttr aa aforesaid, ta board ritlifrof flip «hips of the i«juadron. THUS AP.C. .1 »NEa Cuiiiinauder in chi« f, V. S. S-avu\ Torrfs, Paeifio Ocraa. F!a 2 Ship Ohio, I Hcntefey.Odcter 19, 1815. { 14— tf Five Unxidrcd : >•• n» ;•«. Reward. A reward of Fivr Hundn-d DolUn Carh, wiil br pid for tJie apprfli'-HKion andd<«livrry of tlip jMrson of PETBU X A V. MO ND. charged witli tlio murder of. hurt 11....

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