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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 12 February 1848

China.— Relative to the late disturbances in this country, we extract from the " Friend of China," II Kong, Dec. 15, the following further particulars of the affair of the _ th inst, and the conjectured course of action consefit : "The bodies of Messrs. Ruttcr and Bella, my were brought to tho Consulate , iul | ie 10th, (not on the Oth as reported on Saturday,) and it is the opinion of medical men that they were not killed sooner than Tuesday. They must thus have been kept prisoners for two days *"»'« the Elders and Braves war* deliberating upon their fate. It is a painful subject for contemplation, but it appears evident that they wero tortured in the most inhuman manner ; or.d from the mark* of cords up three dif» j fercnt part of the arms, ono of lie victims was probably tortured at three villages. It also j appears to be he opinion, that eftaff Um ir caplure, they were separated and handed over to four different communities that their sufferings might bo made tho sport of a larg...

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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MARINE JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 12 February 1848

MARINE JOURNAL. hiti, Valparaiso and New Bedford, and Hudson's Bay Co. Bark Columbia, for London, direct. H's. B. Co. vessels Mary Dare and CowIitz for Columbia river. The Honolulu, from Boston, and Hawaiian schr. Swallow, from S. America, soon expected. Ship TouIon advertised for Hong-Kong, direct. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. Feb. 7. — Bark Tasso, Lindsay, from leeward ports. Feb. 10— Brig Euphemia, Vioget, from Monterey. SAILED. Feb. 6— Brig Lady Adams, Hanna, for Monterey. MEMORANDA Whaleship Geo. Washington was to sail in December last from port of Honolulu, S. I., to United States. Same date, the merchant ship Maria Helena, for Ta-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 12 February 1848

Notice. The Undersigned, Chairman of the committee appointed by the Town Council for the collection of all debts due the Town. hereby notifies all indebted to come forward on or before the 20th inst., and make payment; as at that time the course pointed out in case of failure of payment, in their several obligations, and as directed by the Council, will be taken. E. P. JONES. San Francisco, Feb. 12, 1848. Cl PmMIc AuctionVylLL bo nold at Public Auction, on Tuesday, Feb. 1 1 2-id, at tho foot of Clay Street Wharf, a double ' ' .a dsa Urn planked cedar-built Launch, thoroughly copper fasten* ed, carries well, aud sails well, and is one of tin* safest and best built boats, on the Hay. >:..• is about two years old, and in perfect order with good sails, tigging, anchors, Ac. Terms Cash. A'ale to commence at 10 o'clock. W. S. CLARK, J uctionecr. San Francisco, Feb. 9, 1843. G-2 apr POUNpS CAMPHOR, just received and for O salo by Du. J. TOWNSEND. * San Francisco, Feb. 12, 1843. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 12 February 1848

MELLUS & HOWARD. HAVING JUST RECEIVED a large variety of Merchandise, offer for sale Blue Prints, Fancy do., Mourning do., Woolen long and half Hose, Colton do. do., Velveteen?, i'««aei»« dark «nd fancy, Blue Cloth, a variety of best Pant [Staff. blue and brown Drills, white and brown Cotton. I. ir.ru col'd. und Cotton col'd. Thread, white Thread. white and col'd. Shirt*. Flannel do., white, red and } bloe Flannel, Silk and Cotton Handkerchief*, Silk and Cotton Rei ©>es, Merino aud Cotton Shawls. Book Muslin, black and Coffee col'd Satin, Fur and Guayaquil Hats, Spanish Cards, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, Nails, Axrs, Paints , Oil, Turpentiue, Bright Varnish, Paiut and Tar Brushes, Sugar, black and green Tea, I Coffee, Chocolate, Rice, Raisius, Brandy. Gin. Klin.. Aguadiente, Wine*, (California and Claret,} Crock- , ery Ware, Flour, Barley, Wheat, Corn, manufactured and leaf Tobacco, Blank Books, letter Paper, American Soap, Friction Matches, Annis Seed, Sauco Pans,...

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THE DISGUSTED WIFE WITH HER HUSBAND [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 12 February 1848

THE DISGUSTED WIFE WITH HER HUSBAND You prom aed to leave off your smoking , The day I consented to wed. How little I thought )ou were joking; How fondly believed what you said ! Then alas ' how completely yoo sol. see. Willi blandishments artful and vain. When you emptied your saoiT-box and told me Von never weald fill it again ! Those fume*, ro oppressive, from puffing, fcay, what is the solacr that flows ? And whence the enjoyment cf staffing A parcel of dost ia your nose ? By h_b;l» you thus are pursuing There can be no pleasure conferred ; How nation-!, then, b so doing, Now is it nut very absurd ' I igars come to three peace each, nearly, And sixpence »m ounce » voir saufT; •Consider how. much then, you yearly Most waste on thai horrible _lu__ Why, the sums in tobacco you spend, lore, Tbe wealth in your snuff-box you sink, Would procure see of dresses no end, love, And keep me in gloves, only think. What's worse, foe your person I tremble. •T:_ going •_ fast as it can : • Oh !...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 12 February 1848

Dr. B. \J11I BR .NDRETU'S VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL.I'll. I 8. IXTftODfrKD iT HIM 1MTO Till. L'. »■ 1* lfc3__. INTRODUCED BT lilM WTO TUE C •.15 1635. — — — , "Science should contribute to the Comfort, Health, 'Science s Mould contribute to l\e Comfort, li and Happiness of mankind." WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT TUE STORE OF AT THE »TO»E OS C.L. It OSS, SAN FRANCISCO, UPPER CAL1FORSIA. ON The of .May, 1535, these now truly celebrated Pills arete first inn..: known in the United States, although in Europe they had been previously before the public near » century. The American public naturally viewed them with suspitim, but as on trial they were found what they professed, it was soon displaced by tbe greatest confidence. The have secured this character, too, under very adverse circumstances, having to contend with the bate aland, promulgated by those interested in keeping mankind ■ a stale of error as regards to tho functions of their bodies. Dr. Brandreth would here impress on his friends, and t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 12 February 1848

bowels) IN ALL CASES, WHICH CURE THE I)ISEA>Ev— People of very weakly constitutions often require stronger doses than more healthy persona. Health -nd sickness being a struggle of two principles, or humors within ua; the one good and supporter of life, the other bad, md destroyer of it. , These Pills tuts* nature to aid the good in throwing off the bad. — It is evident that the more the one predominates over the good, the more assistance the good requires. This is proved by the fact that in almost all violent diseases the patient requires large doses and they often have very tie effect ; but ih.it only proves the great necessity there is for perseverance until powerful purging takes place. No one will doubt the truth of this who will once folly try it. Let this moat important truth be deeply impressed on every mind. That all pain or w*"akn-ss is owing to morbid, stagnant, and corrupt humors, which impede the circulation of the blood, and lhat these pill* if persevered in,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 12 February 1848

PRTJEBAS ~ EN FAVOR DE LAS PILDORAS VKJKTAI.E . liM._ERS.UES DEL DOCTOR BRANDRETH. , V ' I " i .1 .. 5 " FOR MAYOR V MENOR pjd ! EN EL ALMACEN DE C. L. ROSS, SAN FRANCISCO, ALTA CALIFORNIA. ES efecto de esta medicina famosa el purificw ' sangre ; el converter la sangre pobro y corrompi/ en sangre rica y sana. Y porqac produced este efecto* las ban buscada con pcrsevcrancia nucstros ciodadaaoj de todas laa cluses : y la eficacia notoria que tlerie dicbas pildoras (le re&Uurar la balud, las luce Un populates. Curat, ellas de todas enfermedades, solamente tor que purificau I. sangre, quitandolc las propiefc^ rna'.as y buministrandole las buenas. Se forma de la sangre la parte solida del cuerpo ha. maiio. Se convierlen en saugre los alimentos en* tomamos, y asi recupera el cuerpo lo que pierde con. tinnamente, de suerte que, segun cl sistema natural en el espacio, a poca difcrcncia, de nueve < jjos, j^ alimentos renuevan enteramente cl cuerpo. Supoa. gamos que por...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

The Californian Star. Ia proportiea M the structure of a Goveroxneat riyes force le Pul on it ia essential tl at Pubic O i ' cmmuuui mai ruouc upiuion aoouia oe _*ui g„ mt_. it ashsngtem. VOL. II. :;$ M;|raciseo, tebhuauy 19, 1848. .7

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Pl»pl» i J v |*.-« n . [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

[From the Polynesian, Dec 11,] Japan. J v |*.-« n . terf while the whaling fleet is there. Their presence might be productive of good to both parties and they would familiarize the Japanese with the sight of their flags U. S. Exploring Expedition. — It appears from the following memorial copied from an American paper, that the officers connected with that expedition are far from being satisfied with the manner in which Lieut Wilkes has executed the narrative of the expedition; To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Slates, the Memorial of the undersigned, Officers of the Navy of the United States, humbly showeth : giocs. By this means, a violent storm is rendered unlikely, and 7 one .should arise, it will undergo a continual, if not a considerable diminution. Doubtful as the theory of storms may be, so much is certain, that their origin is in the effort of nature to produce an equilibrium of opposite electricities, and that thev break out with the more violence the...

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REMINISCENCES OF THE RESURCITATED [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

REMINISCENCES OF THE RESUSCITATED It has been asserted by several very honest, but probably incompetent peisous, that they have experienced u consciousness of being out of the body. The cases of Cordon and Von Helmont have been already mentioned; but perhaps the clearest and most positive testimony to the fact, is that given by Dr. Adam Clarke, the learned Wesleyan, who, when relating his recovery from drowning, stated to Dr. Lettson, that during the period of his apparent unconsciousness, he felt a new kind of life. These are his words: "All my views and ideas seemed instantly and entirely changed, and I had sensations of the most perfect felicity that it is possible, independent of rapture, for the human mind to feel, I had no pain from the time I was submerged; a kind of green color became visible to me; a multitude of objects were seen, not one of which, however, bore the least analogy to any thing I had ever beheld before." When preaching in aid of the Humane Society, at the Ci...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK & JOB PRINTING, — SUCH as — Pamphlets. Bills of Exchange, Catalogues, Shop Bills Circulsirs Bills of f,:i<IIiii;, Umi.l-bills Blank Deed*, Iii 1 Heads Ac, A.. Executed with neatness and despatch. WARD & SMITH, General Commission Merchants. Frank Ward, > No il Montoomert Street, Win. M. Hinilh. $ San Fbaxcisco, UFfER California C.L ROSS, lmpoHfr and H'Meulf flfalrr. Importer and Wholesale Dealer. V Y. Store," Cor. Washington af .Montgomery. Sis. San Francusco, UrrEB California. >v \ MELL18 4 Itwllf, MELLUS & HOWARD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERI II \ MERCHANTS... ■ Store in Montgomery St, San Francisco. — VJI. II. II Wis. Wholesale and Retail merchant. i San Francipco, I Alta California. HOBT. A. PAHKEB, MIT. A. PAIRET GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. WHOLESALE AnTrETAIL STORE, (at the "adodie house,") (at the "abobii I San Francisco, U. C. McDonald & BUCHANAN, Auction and Commission Merchan...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

Painful reasons, which' I will show when the voice of justice can be heard, caused me to toho this route, and not go on to thi- Capital, or any point occupied by our troops, and which I have the honor to state to your Department, for such ends as may he required. < Jod and Liberty. (Signed,) GABRIEL VALENCIA. To the Sec* y of War. [Secretary of War to Gen. Valencia Mexico, August 21, 1847. Most Excellent Sir: 1 have laid before the President your letter of the 2 1st in>t. in which you informed me that you are in that city, after the affair of Padierna. And in reply, 1 am directed by his Excellency to soy to vou, that it is necessary that your military conduct should bo submitted to a Court Martial, to clear up the affair. His Excellency expects that you will present yourself in the city of Guodaloupe de Hidalgo, to the military "Commandant of that place, who will name to you the attorney who will commence the process which should be oicpared for the examination...

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it*u.l U'Jtfttr* ill W. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

it* u.l U'Jtfttr* ill W. Mexico. Sept. 6 1847, " Sir,— "By the note of your Excellency 0 f this day. I have been informed with surp n ' s that you considered that the civil and rnilita?' authorities have violated the Articles, 7 i.J and 3, of the Armistice which I concl_rJ ef j with you on tho day of lbs 2<ith ultimo, fi authorities, civil and military, have not stotx ped the passage of provisions for the A_&_L can army ; and if at any time it has be..,, ' « tarded, it has been done through the inin » dence of American agents, who, without pr c ! viously making arrangements with the said authorities, have given place to the elTcrv cenco of feeling which has throughout co the Mexican Government much trouble I . MM night, and the night before, the escort for conducting the provisions was mustered and no ono to witness the removal of them because Mr. Hargoas did not choose it, he 'J. ing charged to verify it. The order, given to suspend the traffic between the tw...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

The enemy was stopped there and His Ex* cellency was preparing to recommence the combat on the following day when he received from the General-in-Chief the despatch which you will see published in the Official Journal, preparing an armistice to the end that we should listen to the envoy of his government, who came with the army. His Excellency, the President, having in view the laws of war. and those of humanity, for the recovery of the wounded left on the field of battle, on the previous day, and desiring to throw off from the Mexican people the stigma of a want of civilization in not listening to what they wished to say, and. recollecting the resolution of the National Congress upon using his constitutional powers upon this point, agreed to the proposition and accordingly to arrange it. sent Qo_r*l Mora and Quijano. The terms which have been agreed upon are those generally thrown between belligerent armies, under the circumstance in which the armies of Mexico and the U. States are...

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TOW HMMIL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

TOW\ HMMIL •hod with the Mine preparation— a waterproof article bearing the test of time and damp without a rival. The caoutchouc now is proved to have a universality of application to all the outward wants of man. and, as manufactured by Goodyear, forms itself into multifarious articles, such as harness, and horse uniform and trappings; every kind of carpet to be heard or dreamptof; every kind of dress for a gentleman's and many articles for ladies* and child ran's wear; all kinds of boots, boxes, buoys, bottles, belts, trunks, baskets, pails, buckets, tubs, barrels, kegs, dish covers; all kinds of mattresses for steamboats, bed-chambers or public grounds ; every species of sofas, chairs and settees; every kind of maps, charts and globes, floor cloths, table covers and piano co vers of beautiful figures and finish— all made of India rubber. Also, of the same material. water tanks and canteens for the army, which will keep water pure and sweet for months; provision bags which will k...

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MARINE JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 19 February 1848

MARINE JOURNAL PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. SAILED. Feb. 18— Brig Malek Adhel, Phelps, for Monterey. Passengers.— Messrs. McNeis, Wm. B. Ide, James H. Gleason, R. M. Sherman. Lewis Dent, J. Frankfort, H. Caldwell, and Eli Southworth, Supercargo.

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