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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Alexander A Banning, iTonvartlwg and Commission Afercliantp, PAX PEDRO AND i.OS ANGCLEfi t CAL., itXAVlNU lately pucabaaed tbw tnter«»tor>l9Pr« Doagliu: m-JL & Siuifur.1 l.i tM» jjUi-d. Wis are now'jtinprtViid. To StoYc and rortiutrH Quods kiy\ TrtiVii Mm Angelei. I'rOduco baUlud, *ti>nd and .Mapped oi) 'Uo faint ressnuubli; f erwii. U'u Jo nut hahl uuc si'U»5 far damage to gfcodfl from Or?, or water, Whllii on fto/Q*"A pf STAGES Will l*AVe for Loj A|ig-d<« Immediately un \b» ftpatul (if enrJi eteAUijir. n Aftl.l'.Y tor iali- lu •■•uuiltliMi to suit purclnisuM either ,iv viw<ele» up Sun IViW.i aaoB'<i>: G. AiBx/Ufcen. Phimcau UahmivMVLK3 & MnXU.MUS. AgentajnUm Angcler If Pi'? V— 3 ! Tl'" OOUAlt. Milliard, ST **111 ran awni'mobility during ttio eo«u- ' V-*fori.T?UB iu< yua*cu Viiweeni s?jin >'r»nolHcfl and San •ffll UWlUttl[>i-4". Quelling i't Piitn Oruz, Montere...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Postponed Constable's Sale. BY virtno iifmq execution to uie directed by 0. Tompaoti Uurrill, a e of (tie Peace fvr I«M Angl'lM tnwa« ship. Id furor cf.fainea W llaylonl and again**. Joae Antonio Yprha, 1 lsaro levied upon a Certain pleoo or parcel bC laud, lojotbi r willi Mil Mm iniprnmuuiitn ilierwn, p.h the ptopettv of the Defendant, (VitUWVK r, »" Oioujan I varus square, lying and belna in the County of Lo» AagtiMi vljoining 1L10 louda >jt l>r,n Teodoislo Y.orbu, on the nut tmalc Of the t?«uti A ami likVof, rinil *111 pW»C"»-ll to Sfll lh« »*MU an the law direct*, oil tbo fclsth Day ul October rirtst.fc«. tweeu tUfr hour# Ot Tun AM. uud Pour Id ilis PSf. bc'tre the Court House Door, In the iiliy nf Lna Ang»l»s, to wtUly the brilnno« ot principal and "out* on tho |iboy.> mentioned **ccUtlon. Thia'Jth d<u> ofSepc. 18511. *!•>-it J U. 11ARKBR. Cunalokla. Administrator's Sale. BY arJer i:i this I'rub itu Court of Lo» ...

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J,; Thk. 38lection and Us Effects. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

The Election and Its Effects. It is now ascertained beyond a reasonable doubt, that the democracy of California has come out of the election, just passed, with more than usual honor. Perhaps no contest since the union of the golden star with the bright galaxy of States has been conducted so manly and certainly not so acrimoniously as the past. The democratic party has had more than its usual foe with which to wage its warfare.— Defeated hunters for spoils, disaffected aspirants, malcontents, and softs not only have been openly opposing the party in its support of the Benicia nominations, but assisted by sly, Janus-faced, hypocritical, and pretending democrats, have been playing into the hands of whiggory, seeking the defeat and total overthrow of the democracy. Yet notwithstanding the false friendship of some, the almost numberless Linons within the oamp, the constant, unceasing, and steady fire both in the front and rear, by the unprincipled hirelings of a neveracious, neutral, and...

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Htcor«r}- or Stolen Itoriei—Arreit ofont ! or the Tlitev**. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Recovery of Stolen Horses--Arrest of one of the Thieves. On Monday morning the Rangers received notice that seven horses had been stolen from this vicinity. Five of the company—Messrs. W. T. B. Sanford, H. Z. Wheeler, W. Getman, John Branning, and Cyrus Lyon, under the direction of the former—were detailed for the pursuit. They started at 11 a. m.. and at 2 Tuesday morning had arrived within 4 miles of Santa Clara river, on the Santa Barbara road, stopping twice on the way. One of the party was then dispatched to the ford to ascertain if the thieves had crossed, while the balance of the party ranged through the valley, a distance of some six miles until evening, when they started in the direction of the house where the thieves were last heard of. On the way they were overtaken by a vaquerro.and informed that the thieves were discovered. Two men were dispatched to the spot, who, without difficulty. secured one of them. The other succeeded in escaping on foot into the mustard. Two hor...

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SANTA BARBARA ELECTION. I 1 T«'i _r 1, • il. . n- • 1 „ ■ I [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

SANTA BARBARA ELECTION. I 1 T«'i _r 1, • il. . n- • 1 „ ■ I The following are the official returns of the late election in this crunty : Governor, John Bigler, 184 ' William Waldo, 103 Lieutenant Governor, Snmuel Purdy* 219' Hehry Eno, 69 Judge of Supreme Court, A.cx'r Wells, 203 Tod~ilobinson, 84 Attorney General, J.ll.MoConnell, 210 D. K. Newell, 72 Oompttc ller, ' . Sam Bell, 206 G. E. Winters, 77 TreiiFuref of State, S. A. McMeans, 208 Samuel Knight, 74 Surveyor General, S. H. Marlett, 202 S.K.VVoodWortb, 82' Superintendent ot Public Instruction, Paul K. Ilubbs, 208 Sherman Day, 76 Sjnas ir 2d District, P. de 1& Guerra, 230 Eugene Lies, 82 Member of Assembly, Pedro G.Carrillo, 273 County Judge, Charles Fernald, 209 Jose Carrillo, 95 County Clerk, i Geo. D. Fisher, 224 J. YV Burroughs, 79 District Attorney, Russell Heath, 274 i Sheriff. W.W.Twist, 137 T. Gannori, 135 Assessor, A.M.do la Guerra, 221 Ramon Malo, 86 County Treasurer, R CarriUo, 287 I County Coroner, J. B...

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NEWS FROMjTHE NORTH. Tlia HnKali o«^;..nrl „f p An Q„.wlo- [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

NEWS FROMjTHE NORTH. Tlia HnKali o«^;.. nr l „f p An Q„.wlo- The Goliah arrived at San Pedro on Sunday bringing -San Francisco dates to the Bth inst. The Squatter# at Oakland, Contra Costa co., have had a raw among themselves one party having divided among them the lots claimed by another,*._ The rates of the several steamers through to New York, on thfoi'stiinst. ranged, on the Nicaragua line, from $300 to $75, and by the Panama line, from $120 to $35. Thejformer took ovei 1 700 ahd lattei- over 500 pase^hgers. The Chinese of San Francisco, have subscribed $2000 towards the building of the proposed Chinese mission, under the auspices of RevA'lr Speer. There has been heavy rain in tiie mountains by Which the Moquelumije and Calaveras rivers were eo swollen as to carry off many of the flumes and dams Were carried off, and much injury done to mining operations. Another battle lias been fought with theIndianß on Rogue River, in which 10 Indians were killed and 30 wounded. Three whites ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Sheriff's Sale. OJY virtu" o! an Execut on issued out of the District Court for'the Ist Judicial District, attestod October the 14th. 1862. at the suit of Pedro Kotnn against Toning (Jrquides and ose Ma. Oota. I have seized and taken in execution, all the right, title and interest of.Tomas TJrquides in and to thu following described lying acdbeingin the county of Los Angeles, Stat<lorCalit'6rhtsj:ftnd s tuated about one half mile from the totfu.'qt' Los Angeles, on the road.that runs S O Foster's to San Pedro, and bounded as follows to wit: on the east by the aforesaid road, on the west by Snooks'place, "n the north by Delanoa Urquides, and on the south by Tsederio Oli vera.containing about three hundred yards square more or less: and also one lot or parcel of laud lyinu; and being in the city of Los Angeles, and fronting on Principal street abut 18 yards and running back 60 yards more m less, and adjoining on the north, a lot of land owned by Enrique Abila, and on the so...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Caution. WHEREAS my wife, Mary Ridley left my bed and bo.ard without my consent and without cause, this is to caution all persons against harboring or trusting her <n my account, as I shall pay ao debts of tier «ontractlng after this date. EDWARD RIDLKYV San Bernardino, Sept 12,1863. si" 4t* 100 dollars Reward. I WILL give the above reward for the apprehension of the persons who have been recently shooting stock back of my farm, or I will give the same amount for information of any one that may be found killing oattle. in the vicinity ol my place. IRA THOMPSON. Monte. Sept 15,1852. Public Notice. OTIOE is hereby given that the Sheriff of Santa Barbara County is now ready to rooeive all State and County Taxes for th* current year. AU Taxes remaining unpaid aftertbe third Monday o lSeptember inst., will be collected as by statute made and provided ■ W. W. TWIST, Sheriff. Santa Barbara. September 9th. 1853. • NOTICE. SEALED proposals will bo received at the office of the Tre...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Grand Agricultural & Horticultural E invite the cooperation of all the cultivators of the mill to a Grand Ageicultural and Horticultural Fair in the city of San Francisco, commencing about the First of OCTOBER, and continuing one month. The Fair will be heldln the splendid nail of H. Meiggs, is Co, corner of Bush atld Montgohiery sts. It is our d'eSire to render &U the aid in our power. We will receive, clsalsty, and arrange and label all the various contributions. This shall be dbne free of cost to the contributors. With an earnest will that the Exhibition should draw the finest productions ol the state.we shall offer Prizes amounting to about TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS for the b*-st spemens of Fruits, Flowers, Grain, &o. that shall be exhibited at thu .Fair. . . , Prices will be awarded by Cbmmittees who fcre disinterested, and who will be seleated for thfe occasion. That the Fair may indeed bo worthy of the noble Science' of Agriculture, and of this ...

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La Estralla [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

La Estralla Saftailo, SeptleinlJre 17, <lc 1853. I Verbal Milk. 'file deaeargado el Domingo pasado, pOr la trfudrto que hizj contra la per.sona de un indio en la casa di Don Jose Sepulbeda. Oidos los teatigos que preaenciaron esteaoto, rosulto de an, evidoncia, que el indio habia asaltaio a;§*rbjl y quo esse le disparo un tiro do pistola oii'dofdnsa propia. Serbol Ij3 hallaba pOr orden de Don Jose Sepulbeda, custodiando aquella oaaa ouando fue el indio a querer entrar por la fuerXa y tfatando deimpe'dirselo, habia tornado a Ser.volde la garga4ta y tenia ahogandoloy en eata sitikaeion tuvo $ugar la muerte referida. •i2n la nofche'del sabado ultimo, hubo otra tnuforte de un indio oometida en la ranoheria, la peraona agresora fue arrestada y a juicio dela Corte fue tambleti descargada de toda culpabilidad.

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lEl«cobro io CfeballOß rubadoa. Yiarreato .de nuo de lo*Ladronc« [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

lEl«cobro io CfeballOß rubadoa. Yiarreato .de nuo de lo*Ladronc« En la manana, del lunea de la presento so•mana se informo al cuerpo de dragoues do la •ocurrencia que tuvo lugar i;n esfce condado dt que se habia verefioado un robo de Biote caballoa. Acto continuo fueron comisionados con e objeto de peraeguira loa ladronea cinco indivi duos quo se hall an alistadoa en dieho 'eacuadron, que fueron loa aiguientea. LI Senor W T. B. Sanford, Li. Z, Wheloer, W. Getman Juan Branning, y Cyrus Lyon, aiendo su capitan el primer mencionado. llallandoae todos ■diapueatos aalieron a las 11 dol dia ya arriba indicadoy a laa doa do la manrna dol diasiguior 4e llegaron a la diatanoia de cuatro millaa de s-io de Santa Clara, siguiendo la line.i del cam -no de Santa Barbara, y no habiendo hooho ma : que doa paradaa. Y al poco tiempo deapue: el Senor Sanford ordeno a uno de loa que forariaban la oompaaia a que ae a nrado del rio eon la idea de saber ai dichos It Jronea habian paaa lo por el mismo pun ...

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Maravillas tie la Plnma. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Maravillas tie la Plnma. El faraoso hijode AbdUlah dice que se debe or'eefr como un articulo de fi, que U pluma celestial que escribid el portehtoso libro del j Koran fue Oreada por la mano de Dios, que la ; materia de que se componian erati zafiroa y perlas. la tinta una luz sutil sacada del sol y 1 tie 'us astro*; y quft Solo 61 'arcangdl' San Ra ' fael era capaz de tener unas letras deliueadas I con urt brillo tan deslumbrador. Sq han cOncedido pluui us al amor, al tiempo. ' al genio y al pensamiento ; se celebran las plumfts de orb y las plumas de fuego. 1 Cuando so quiere alabar una herrrtosa composicion se dice que esta oserita con elegante i pluma. Si se quiere hacer ol elogio de algun ( sabio escritor, se dieo quees una pluma sublime. Para castigar aun desloal leguleyo se le ' quita la pluma, Al hombre poderoso e inaocesible se le babla con la pluma. Las declamaoiones bumillantes y bochornosaa se fiaa ala pluma. Una tierna doncella ooge con piano tremula una pluma, y sin pon...

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NOVELA. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

NOVELA. Tancredo,- Priucipe de Salerno. Trancredq fue uao de los prineipes mas sabios y olementes que tuvo la Italia, y su nombre habria pasado a la posteridad con los caracteres mas brillantes, si no se hubiera encruelecido en sus ultimo 3 afxos. No turo mas que una hija. Ojala que no hubiera teniJo ninguna, por que habria sido mas feliz y su nombre mas glorioso! EI ec3ecivo amor que este principe profesaba a dicha su hija fue oausadeqieno se resolviese a casarla por no separarla de su lado, y de que esta doncella fuera bien apesar suyo adquiriendo ti'tulos de ranciedad, y viera marchitar su lozauia. llego por fin a convencerse de su fatal empeiio, y venciondosu repugnancia la caso con un hijo del Duque de Padua • pero habiendo quedado viula a poco tiempo rcgreso a los brazos de su tierno padre. Sobresaliaesta princess en todas las brillantes dotes fisioas y personales propias de sn sexo : hermosura, gallardia e ingenio, todo se hall iba reunidoen su persona en grado superlativo ; ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Pyfl CAi'SA Or*. KSTKUMEDAD Mtle. JOSEF INA BAKRIERE, odemnmentanenmeutr, «• lew L- Casoabel y C. ~ ol o Rostiiaranfc frauds que sera reabiertu bnjo su diicccion. el din do aoiuinpo 18 del corrionte - \ldtt. Burriero itiviui a todu su nntigua clientele 11 continual coin n per lo pusado a lioorar do In misma contnnza, ceto jefe do cooinev quo bnjotodaa aepectos, es aerodor a ell a 2 v. Aviso al Publico. P3R cato son subido que el Sheriff del Ton dado du San la Barbara, ostA ahora lu-U d« rcclbir loa impuc5t"Bs del Katttdoy Condndo nor el prebonto ftffO, Todtf impuearo quo quoda debTendo despues del torpor luoo« del pwssento Setiombre, ho cobrara el redilo quo eat& botiitlado y nmndado por Jt» IvySanta Barbara 'J do Sotierobru du 1^53. W- W. TWIST, Sheriff dol Condndn de tfnttU Harlow. AVISO. TODAS lag persona* que tangan reclame contra tl difuntu Frr.n 'isoo Sepulveda.se lea requiere p«r In pre?ente, pnrii que lOs hngnn, antes de die* meats de la i'uohu tlo ente aviso, id...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

0. Tompion Bur rill, A BOG ADO, oficina en ei- edincio do Dm ISI. Juan N. Padilla, calle prinop al. Los Ar geles Julio 2 de 1853. J NATiS K SSOOTT. Lci» OftAMCES Scott y Granger. ABOCxADOS en soeiedad, Lob Angeles, Cali fornia. Oiicina en la uat>a de Don Jos* Saiazar, en frente de la casa antigua del bier no coa Angeiea, Julio 17 de IHS > it Herramientaa de Agricnltttra. POI< los buques 44 Buena Vista, n ' Charle* Ward," y ' Golden Fleece:' Arados de lus mejores clases y dt invencio* nes modernas. azadones, .vugos para collures de caballo para arneces, u rretillas de mano, y un surtido general de lierramientafda labranza. Se vende todo por T. D. HUNT Y CA. Mh Eatf las calles de Clay y Battery. AVISO. El infrascrito tiene el honor de anunciar a sus amigos como al publico en general, qua coinpro la parte de Srs. Winston y Hodges en el Hotel,situado en la calle principal de esta ciudad, por el nombre de LA BELLA UNION J •solicita le favorescan con su am...

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Dlnaria d« Platou aobrtU form«»l«n dul Mundo. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

Dlnaria d« Platou aobrtU form«»l«n dul Mundo. Conclusion. Para oonoebir la causa da eatoa doe movimi•ntoa encontrados, debemoa obaprvar que la parte divina del ulma universal eata aiempre en opoaioiou con la parte material; que la primera se balia muy bien aciu laa eatromidadea del mundo, y la ultima eu la atmoafera que rodea la tierra y por ultimo que cuanJo ae fue a dar movimieuto al universo, la parts material del ftlma, incapaz de reaistir a la direcciou genoral impresapor la parte divina, yecogij loa restoe do un movioaiouto irregular quo le lxabia agilado on el oaoa, y lo comunico a iaa esferaa que •ircuyen nuestro globo. £ste mundo ya vivificado rocibio una forma esferica la maa pcrfeota do todaa y quedo aujeto a un movimionto circular el maa simple y el maa aoomodado a su forma. El aupremo hace dor miro su obra con oomplacencia, y habiendo la ooraparudo ooa el ruodelo que habia aeguido en bus operaoionea vio eatifactoriamonte que los principalea raagos del original habian sj...

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POESIA. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 September 1853

POESIA. Vienen y van loadiaa silensiosos Y tras ellos loa meaea y loa anoa, Y crece maa y mas la llama acuva De la inmensa paaion on quo me abraso : En el dia lo mismo que en la noche, En la casa, en la oalle y en el campo, Padezco sin cesar a todas horas, Sin tener un momcnto de descanso. La seductira imagen de la ingrata, Que pago con desden mi amante trato, Adoquiera cfuo voy esta con migo Y doquiera que estoy la estoy amando : De mi ardienfce penar seran testigos Las montanaa, las selvas y los astros, Y las ares canoras que circuyen Los arroyjs, las fuentes y los lagos. Junto a la triste y viuda tortolilla Uno mis vooea a sti rorico canto, JT llorando como ella de estar solo En susdolientes quejas le acompano : A 1 mirarme las flores se marchitan Se deshojan y mueren en sua tallos, Y las plantas mas bellaa y lozanas Palidecen y secan con ini llanto. Con mi llorar las piedras se enteinecen, Los arbolea doblegan sua ramajos, Las e vea que me escuchan condolidai Ilepiten mis lauien...

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