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CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 September 1847
CIRCULAR. To Indian Agents and others. State Department of the Territory of CAL. } Monterey, September, 6th 1847. } In order to have somemeans of distinguishing between the friendly Indians of the settlements and the horse thieves and marauders who are continually committing depredations upon the inhabitants of the couutry, it is directed by the Governor that all persons hireing Indians or having them in their employment, shall give every such Indian a certificate to that effect ; and any Indian found beyond the limits of the town or rancho in which he may be employed, without such certificate or pass, will be liable a arrest as a horse thief, and if, on being brought before a civil Magistrate, he fail to give a satisfactory account of himself, he will be subjected to trial and punishment. Wild Indians, and other Indians not employed as above, wishing to visit settlements or towns for the purpose of trade, must have a passport from the Sub-lndian Agent of their district. Tli..&...
THE CALIFORNIA STAR. MARINE STAR. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 September 1847
THE CALIFORNIA STAR. MARINE STAR. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED, September 11.—The brig Malek Adhel, Phelps, from Monterey. September 12.—The Danish brig Matilda, from Santa Cruz. September 16.—Ship Vesper, Clark, of New Bedford, twelve months out, with 1,400 bbls. oil. IN PORT. Ship Confederacion, Jones. Bark Tasso, Lindsley. Sch. Julia, Selden. Whale ship Citizen, Lansing. Brig Prima Vera, Stenner. Barque Guypuscuana, Baca. — Brig Evelina, Goodwin. Eng. Barque Janet, Dring. — The brig Malek Adhel, Phelps. Ship Vesper, Clark. AT SOUSOLITO. Ship Emily Morgan, Ewer, of New Bedford. Ship Euphrates, Edwards, of New Bedford. Bark Iris, Hines, of New London. Ship Covington, Duval, Warren R. I. 1,000 bbls. oil. Ship Bowditch, Borden, Warren R. I., 1,000 bbls. oil. Ship Magnolia, Simmons, New Bedford, with 3,500 bbls. oil. Brig Matilda, Capt.————,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 September 1847
LUMBER 18,000 feet well assorted Oregon Lumber, new landing from the Barque Janet, and for sale by W. H, DAVIS San Francisco, Sep, 18th, 1847. Livery Stable. THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ESTABLISHED IN PUEBLO DE SAN JOSE A Livery Stable which will be under lock and key, and where horses will receive proper care, and be fe with good HAY, BRAN and GRAIN. Patronage respectfully subcribed. THOS. M. WEST FRA'S F. WEST
THE DREAM OF AN EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 September 1847
THE DREAM OF AN EDITOR. Asa— Pi *&gt;aas« I dwaM '» Mar«« HaE*" I dßasat I dwah m rakliaVin' Hath, With steal pea aad isk by sty ■*&gt;. Aad skat all who awtaiklid awtaai *W was* To becoo* cty csbacnbrn, eap!iedI bad feara thai, at taa das* of the yt*r, I had Jaaj FbQ saaar a pati«a'« aaaar ; Bat 1 aiao drranu wkM&gt;k pkaaed at m-t. Thai they stack ta tar r..V. Uw aaav 1 irt-xv.ri that c ..t :c-« wi lh b .:» ia baad Waat tar* to etsaa the re. Aad w«ta praratra that ao dretsst eaald wrtketaad, They aaaaaa ikfaa kaf* far aw ; Aad 1 ikaaekt that wwaa air hook* I cat** ta peat Ta bare caacclifd each &amp;hur*a auae ; Bat I aiaa drr*rst. which bothered lac a*aat. TUt tar* ct?&lt;J aw Kill tit aa«M '
THE BATTLE OF EITEEN k trt»iu Hoi«n [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 September 1847
The Battle of Eleven Hundred Horses -- Two of the Spanish regiments which had been quartered in Funen. were cavalry mounted on fine black, long tailed Andalusian horses. It was impracticable to bring off these horses, about 1100 in number, and Romana was not a man who could order them to be destroyed. He was fond of horses himself, and knew that every man was attached to the beast which had carried him to far and so faithfully. Their bridles were taken off, and they were turned loose upon the beach. A scene ensued, such as probably was never before witnessed. They were sensible that they were no longer under any restraint of human power. A general conflict ensued, in which, retaining tha discipline they had learned, they charged each other in squadrons of ten or twenty together; then closely engaged, striking with their fore feet, and biting and tearing each other with ferocious rage, and trampling over those which were beaten down, till the shore, in the course of an hour was strew...
THE MOON IN Lobd Bosac s TcusavswaV [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 September 1847
THE MOON IN Lobd Bosac s TcusavswaV With respect to tko moon, erery object en it* rarfaee of the height of one hundred feet wa* bow distinctlj to be teen , sad he bad no doubt that, coder rerj farotabk circcsutanee*. it wocld be w wilk objects sixty feet in height Ob it! torfac* were craters of extinct volcanoes, rocks and ■urn of atones abnott innniaerahle. He had do doubt whatsrer that if such a bailiirg m he was then in were upon iba surface cf the I moos, it would be rendered dittioctly risible br . these iaatnaMCU. Bet there were co tipm of habiutioM rack as cars — co Tettiget of architectural remains to skow that the raoon it or erer was inhabited by a race of mortals similar to our aelrea. It presents no appearanca which con \ lead to tbe sappoertsoa that it contained aayaJaiaa? ! like the green fields and lortly verdure of this betntifaf world of tmn There was do water, visible— not a sea, or a rirer. or even tbe caea** ore of a reservoir for cappljiag town ox factory ; all ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 September 1847
Proclamation. Having reason to believe that many seamen, marines and others, who have deserted from the Squadron on this station, have been induced to do so by promises which have not been fulfilled, and prospects held out to them which have not been realized, and that they would be willing to return to their duty if relieved from the fear of paaafcant; Now, therefore, I da. by itrtar af aether&gt;ty retted at t*r. kjrraky aaVr la all seek daeertera. who ' afafl rrpair aa l&lt;»rd of aay meet of th« ITaitrd Mate*, I prerioei to the l(Ha day of Orlaarr a*tt. fall aad free pardon for such desertion. Doa« ea board the I'aited si»:»« Ship Msaajlßaißj f at Saa Fraaciaco, Uua Cth day ef Srptrmbrr I - »7. W. BRANFORD SHUBRICK. 3C- ;t Ceo'd'r. Pac^e Sqsadrea. PORTSMOUTH HOUSE, am«J |»l bf Im P. Joact. i TV j BrsMbHbwHbMVl* fcarisf brra ncrstly » r!ir-&lt; £to I double .t. Unit war. rrpajred laiiayfcsat aad areily *)■ I ted aa, it aaw pnpaiid lav the nnatna af boarder...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 18 September 1847
WARD &amp; SMITH Ha v I )a*t tK» i\ni by NCeal imii*. 11 Whit» 4 Brews Cellos, Rich Prints, Muslins - Printed &amp; Embroidered, Blue Manyus, Blue Drills, llardvar* 4 r«ti,r, ef all t.ada. Baady Made Cletbiar. iWk aad 1I..0.; Boots &amp; Shoes, Pickles, Rasa. Braady 4 Afaadiaala. BjgK 1 "* •* ail «'■*•; ' • Caa*aa»— varioaa No*. California &amp; Muscat Wines, Molasses, Flour, fwivau 4 Ftaatr. Ma C ar4C«aW. Scotch Ale (aaprricr *at&gt;kty "Teaaats." Saaaaa ' Irea. (Eaeiaah A Raaais,) AarlMn. (AH atsea.) I All of which U*y ««Vf at P..Ju&lt;,J f,,.,, at (j , , , Star* m Xaalffataary Street. z&lt;t.\t &lt;;i:i.t^o&gt; 4 co, IMPORTERSci WHOIXSALE DEALERS. ON II D. »a ■ ilium staf Dry Good* aad Qatlaae. Bttckaautk'a ranjat, Hata. Cap*. Sierra, Ac, a put t.( tke 5--0 af Ike Barque Warm, sweet from N»w Y«rk I Far sale law far t**k m kid**. I Star* ia Maalfianry M. «a the Beach. K-tf rori:rt a. I'iiikiii ADOBIE STORE. OF...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 September 1847
Alta California. — All the accounts which we have received from this distant portion of our country, which we are now warranted in calling ours, conform the previous impression we had formed of its fine climate, fertility, and resources. These, coupled with the importance of its geographical position, must, under the judicious and fostering care of a wise government, and the natural enterprise of our people, ere long, render it one of the brightest jewels in our confederated coronet. The importance of this vast and valuable territory must be, to every reflective and patriotic American mind, a source of exultation and anxiety. Exultation at the extension of American principles, the triumph of American arms, and the great impulse it is destined to give to American commerce; and anxiety, sincere anxiety, that such . a sound system of order, protection and impartial justice, may be early established there as shall unite all interests, and beget unlimited confidence amongst the mixed pop...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 September 1847
BUSINESS CARDS, BOOK &amp; JOB PRINTING, - SUCH AS - Pamphlets, Bills of Exchange, i atnluciH-N Ml«J» Uill*. JTr,.,!*^ ■«•«•'•' ■ "V" S&lt; J1.i.i.l t. :i- U.iuik lM« Bill Heads, &amp;c, &amp;c, Executed with neatness and despatch. WARD &amp; SMITH, General Commission Merchants. Frank Ward. I N&lt;» 3 Mo-»tuo«*«t *tbk«t. \\m M. Smith. \ BtMTuscmeoi Pw» ' " iro * s "*- I. W. HA!»TIS«Ji, \TTORNEY ANI» COL'.NSELtOR AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Sam Frmm Upper CaUfornU. " • . I . I . i SUM 4 CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers. Star* in Montgomery Street, on th.- Beach. B*3l Fawisco. Vm% Ctiwwu. ROBERT A. PARKER GENERAL COMISSION MERCHANT. - AND - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORE, (*T mi * Atr.BIE «*•") .Van t't**rfro. V. C. DICKSON &amp; HAY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. San Fraaeisco, V. C »« Honolulu, "'■■"• 11. I. MELLUS &amp; HOWARD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS. Storvio Montgomery St, Sun Francisco . L EVEIUIARtT...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 September 1847
The late meeting of Town Council. - A highly imperfect report of the action of this body at their late assemblage has been furnished the Press by the recording secretary of the meeting, yet it would appear that our citizens generally are conversant with the proceedings in toto, which are creative of some degree of feeling and discusswith no little spirit. It is to be deeply regretted, both for our won welfare aad that of the hannriMi aaada &lt;-.-;.&gt;..; thit &lt; \ • -•&lt;•• ' . I that t • &lt;■} c • v. . 1 ' art ha«« eaterrd «pea thetr erestfal caiwr oadrr more fxronbSe ais}&gt;tcr«, ssd that tht oolraa 4atira af aaV* » tax aft ah* Ij bjaaaaj at th» ma». aVaid bar? Wat that w««ht ia the oa»rt «aMktr« to •tthcaa Ear the ataiataaawr* of the la) i aa—ii ji of th* laws, ia the encounter wl^ch wa» easily forr»eca. aad toakci to ia erery aa*»ao at th» iwrcaaaaj of 1. ■&gt; wroc;; aad ths, U»-^»?!&gt;oal tie brat cftli* I...
T»*i vonnril [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 September 1847
Town Council. Tc-«mt JTr«.r-. ?»j^rc:!&lt;r Cl«t. lriT. A quorum of the Council having met, the proceedings of the last meeting being read, the Council proceeded to business. After which the Alcalde presented the financial reporl, which was received and laid over till next I lair!*;, «ad it «a» c^VrrJ that Uw mm* I*- 1 asJ-%1 ta ' the Srrrtiary la V fJrd a&gt;MM the aaa» - ef t!&gt;e tVsa- ! vl. A ::» r * rh, tbo C«aMBj«J- app-&gt; rt&lt; Ict t!&lt;e Lut ! tu'-r l.n* to Irtrr • code of lawa, mad' tho fo!!c^ .n? r*jport: . . j Tm lit 7ewa Cioteil •/ fie 7*&lt;nra •/ v«a/V«artar? Your Committee appointed at your last meeting to draft rules for the government of the Council, and laws for the regulation of the affairs of the town, beg leave »ln H|'wit^^» wnWttt'd ratoa fs&gt;r tHe covemajeat «f tl.&lt;Q f :"»!/*VrU a« aa Ordiaaatv pa»« ..' ■&gt;- fur the r!.«-: ■ "ot ,"**.*\ Watrhsoea. aad rrfu'aiioj n-.,d.....
CaL Star* Saera»«a«« Com-poadraee ] Imfmtamrt •/• Rtgmlar I [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 September 1847
[Cal. Star's Sacramento Correspondence.] Importance of a Regular Mail. Sacramento Valley, Sept. 12th 1847 Mr. Editor, "Our sufferings is intolerable and cries aloud for relief. " The text I write from to-day, I take from the "Sage of Lindenwold," book and chapter not recollected. A few days since, I returned from a ride over a large portion of this very important agricultural and manufacturing part of California. Your citizens of the coast do not appear to know or appreciate the vast extent and value of the great valley. Should I find time within a few days, I will endeavor to give you some statistics of the number of inhabitants, extent, soil, woodgrowing and immense water power of the American Fork, Courtney, Juba, Feather River and other tributaries of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers. At preernt I wauM ask. la behalf of the sutlcrinj* citiztns cf ta» vai'-y. Ibe us« of the cotumesof your interesting »!i— •!, 1...- "JW," to call Hi- alUntiou of the Governor and tlie ciiomi o...
l.i«iit< iiaut '11111 or. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 September 1847
Lieutenant Minor. The military officers stationed at Monterey, California, have been called together to express their regret for the loss of Lt. Colville I. Minor, 3d Arty. U. S. Amy, who died on Tuesday the 17th inst. We have again to mourn the loss of a beloved companion and an accomplished officer. Scarcely is the lamented Cloud consigned to the tomb, when Minor is also called from the circle of our friendship, and laid in the cold and silent grave. Young, talented, and accomplished, be was ardently devoted to his profession, and most thoroughly acquianted with its duties. His zeal, energy of character and high military attainments, gave every promise of future distinction, when death suddenly terminated his career, and destroyed all our well founded hopes. While he was endeared to us, by his warm and affectionate heart, his generous and confiding disposition, and his great manliness of character, he had also, by his kindness of manner and many social virtues, won the esteem and ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 September 1847
Deserters. -- It is gratifying to know that our authorities are at length sufficently awake and well atoning for their past dormancy, by a succession of successful efforts. Quite a number of arrests of seamen, run-a-ways from diarrrnt vvwl*. havn been mxlo ■'::::• the pa*t week by j- .::.'&lt; despatched for that purpose. Lient Gilbert in r.a excursion back into the country, recovered seven, and brmt;'. t to trial a f. il.iw w!.o oa scTcral occasions had tern i;ap!icatrd in &lt;te**rt!oa. VTfUtitt ef the week, ead^rij Sept 2.»1h, cool to evrr- ; coating. Sou- westers, sea foys h*P?y toircrt and Tovra !»'......:! »'......: meetings 'all tha ray*.* Amen? the ninny Mt&amp;mt cf nottrniaa*, th« little jen J" esprit attached, v, (dropping the last rliynv",) &lt;lrscrij&gt;t. w ■• and applicable about these t. ::».&lt;. —^ Tim wMlh«r in these litter day^/^»T 1 I p^T Ij really most trying, [f^* T On«« moment you are shivrrinrll £«, The n-xt o...
THE CALIFORNIA STAR. MARINE JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 25 September 1847
THE CALIFORNIA STAR. MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED, Sept. 16.—Brig Mary Ann, Paty, from Santa Cruz. Sept. 23.—Brig Elizabeth, King, from San Diego. Sept. 24.—Sch. Providence, Mitchell, 34 days from Honolulu. Passengers: John Dickson Esq. and servant; John Ricord Esq., late Attorney Gen. S. I. Capt. E. Von Pfister, Wm. B. Morrison, C. E. Pickett. Sept. 25.—Com. Shubrick, Capt. Moran, Honolulu. SAILED. Sept. 20.—Ship Euphrates, Edwards, of New Bedford on a cruize. Sept. 20.—Ship Confederacion, Jones, for San Pedro, B. S. Lippincott, Esq., pasenger. Sept. 20.—Ship Charles Drew, Coffin, New Bedford. Sept. 22.—Whale ship Citizen, Lansing, for Margaritta Bay. PASSENGERS. In the ship Charles Drew, for Panama. Edward F. Folger Esq.; Allen B. Minor Esq.; George S. Wardell Esq.: and servant, all of New York.