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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 4 March 1854

Peoria premium Steel Plow. rapilK former celebrity of the Peoria Premium Steel Plows A and the uuequalled success of their introduction! this State, would seem topreclede the necessity of any further effort on our part to draw attention thereto; but in view of the iransitory nature of business generally in California, and the probability that some may havelo< feed upon our establishment of an extensive and permanent manutacture of Plows here, iu the face of such enormous importations and extravagant piices ofmatciial, as an Impossibility —we believe it expedient to adopt this method of bringing it within the especial notice of all concerned, that we are now manufacturing, and will have ready for this season's demand, three thousand of the most superior plows ever made or used in this State We feel warranted in making this assertion, from the fact that, all who used our plows last season testily that they were superior; and we have studied so closely the immediate wauts of...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

Los Angeles Star VOL. 3. LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, APRIL 2.2, 1854. NO. "49

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From llic Colorado. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

From llic Colorado. llri'MVIng of Wnlknr'i P»rly-Con«Ulon of gumiVn-Cnlil on lUft Colornil«-Di»ll> of Trim "** Dr. I'l' rued to this city From a !*.. wee k. From his ohsot'vu.. wu gaLher tho following intcfflatfng iteitfs: Walkku's P/TiTV- About the TtU in»t., ft party of Ion or twelva of Walker's men, oame up the Sonora aide of the Colorado, and aroused (lie ferry, nearly in a naked and star- 1 v»og Condition. Tlio parly gave no eatiafaeI tory explanation why they separated from I Walker- They stated that about tea duys preI vioiia, Walker crossed tlio river eoruo forty miles below lho mouth of the Gila, by means of rafta and swimming. They deaoribe the whole of the command as bolog in a moat i miserable and destitute condition. Wearing | Lho same alothing with which they went to ihe country, and this is In tatters and ruga. Walker himself U no better clad then the rest, J aud hns but one bod and a piece of a boot. I At their eroding they Coobod 70 or 80 atnnd ofarme. 'J...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

Los Angeles Star. Published every Saturday, opposite Bell's Building City of Los Angeles,. by M. D. BRUNDIGE. Terms.—Subscription, Ten Dollars per annum, pay ble in advance. Advertisements in*ertr<l at Two Dollar* por eipmrv fur tbe first in.MJrtiwii, ami Outs Dollar |ier«ijuiiru lor aacli subsequent imerllua. t terms ctwh • ARonln Lo« Ati£<?l«» -Stnr. Tbe following gQOtiemun ure ttutboriiriid Aganiu «f tbeStur Ai.ls MujfTaiwtV. 9, J. Miccnm — Maxv* HA BOA MA. h. P. Kimiuk...., SAW VWAKCIMJOO. Southern Aieominoilation Line. For San Diego unit luterrawDulc Purls. TfM mt>'xiot dOtlW» "Pgino HMNMblp FREMONT, Ch • nln KK»U>KKH.'K III l.'l.I A CO. JTUI IitiiTf Lome Wharf f..r MONTHSKV, RAN LCI3 0KISPO. g\NTA 1) ARM Alt A. HAN PKDIUI (I.M Angel w,) wort RAN DLKOO, oo JSyery other iiflliirday, rvt 4 o'cloolt P. J)l. Freight and piiswtgfl ut tbe u.uul UKUUCKD HATES nl tbi* lin". Tin- PKHMONT will iM.utiDUU regular sunil-uintilhly trip* Until the S...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS EMPORIUM, Commercial St., Los Angoles. TUB iHili-iTOMtr* li>n*n to Inform lb« ImilM and gantlv itifu of I Ida idty an.) tit.* Niirroux<llntf country thai ibry bnvoou hnw) Ibu UtRw-t, butt, &ml most Ptuek ori>ry Honda mid Obtllilut; luuml In LbU H.-rtlnu i\f tbo Stun', Imported from Now V<irl[ for Hiel* «>WH trtdn In tlilx marlit'l, ami tin-vim' *iilllij(f |.b"iu «t wHdIumIh mi.J rntril bus tlttJHu ndruooe of Nt-w ifork prteep. Tbtyeannnt burn i>ininii'nito all ibilr nrlltdes. lint will ■Miy thai tbny bnv« on Hciid GENTLEMEN AltfD BOYS' APPAHEL Ofuv«ry ilvei'tliiiina, niyl«i, «n(l «|uril||y *<>i.cml|y Mind l» giMilli-uu-a'elunil-liinic DRY GOODS. Tljinr StotiKIs i'i|Ua( to i««f In llil« fliv botb in quality and <iaaoily,atid t«>o ouravroMM" piiftlonlnri'!"- In rliorc, tlinir »r«n|c nibrumjm'fury rivirriiitliiri nf Hindu, irlifoli tlicy offer...

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To the Readers of the Star, (i i'. i i _ 0.. .. . [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

To the Readers of the Star, Los Angeles Star. Saturday, April 22, 1854. William A. Wallace, Editor. The "Los Angeles Star" has become the property of Mr. J. S. Wait. We are assured by him that speedy and permanent improvements will be made in the paper, and such inducements offered as will render its circulation and interest more general. The affairs of the office, until better arrangements are made, will remain as heretofore in charge of the Editor. Tlje late hpur at qrhjph Mp. Wait complet. «d th& purchase, prevents him this week from petting forth his plans but this much we may ftgsure the patrons : 11 The Star M will, on all ■ui table occasion!?, be the advocate of Democra' ti«j men and measures, and maintain the supremacy of the qnly party that ever has been, or can be, of any benefit to the human race.. Next week the patrons shall hear from the proprietor himself. The Editor.

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The Mnnieinnl F.lertinn. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

The Mnnieinnl F.lertinn. "The municipal election, which placi two weeks from Monday, is begin in g to excit< Bome interest. A meeting is called $q be heli at the Court House, this afternoon. The election is one of more thqn ordinary importance, and ought to receive the parefu attention of all good citizens. There are man} projects to be considered and carried into effeci for the future prosperity of the city which wil require the services of the best men among ui to execute, and no partisan feeling should b< allowed to enter into the selection of the mer whose capacities and interests render then fittest for the offices to be filled. Among the important object* which ought tool aim (ihe the earliest attention of the citj officials, are,—The erection of school houses, and the organization of the public schools. The laws of the State and oruinanccs of the citj require it 5 the wants of the people and the obligations of the present to the future demand it. The eit...

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The Misfortunes of Ambitious Vanity. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

The Misfortunes of Ambitious Vanity. On our first page we have placed some interesting items furnished us by Dr. Foster. Since his arrival one of the men of whom he speaks has reached towrn travelling from the Colorado on foot in eight days. From him we have the following particulars of the march from san Vicente to the river. Walker left san Vicente with one hundred men and driving off one hundred cattle. In crossing the mountains between them and the Gulf, two men deserted and twenty head of cattle were lost. Soon after crossing the mountains, they were joined by thirty Cucupas, who followed them to the river, where they stole some thirty head of cattle. Five of the were seized as hos-: tages for the return of the property, and in attempting to escape, three of them were shot. At this time the rations had been reduced to beef alone—and poor at that. There had been corn but this had been reduced so that it was only to be had in the mess of his Excellency. There was murmuring at thi...

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Newi by the Sea Bird. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

Newi by the Sea Bird. We cut the following from the Chronicle : \ The Mexican Consul, Luis M. Del Valle, < has been indioted by the Grand Jury of the 6 United States Diati ict Court for violating the Neutrality Laws of the United States—enlist ] ing soldiprs to serve in the armies of Mexico. 1 He entered a special plea to the indictment, t denying the jurisdiction of the Court. i The cultivation of the soil keeps pace with r the increase of the population, and sufficient f breadstuff's will be raised this season to supply r the entire State. Forty thousand acres of a wheat are growing in San Joaquin county. C The Legislature has transacted no very im- r portant business within the past two weeks.— *• The Nebraeka Resolutions and the State Print <! ing have been the chief topics of debate. A bill has passed in the Assembly providing for 1 the election of State Printer by the people. The Supremo Court met at San Jose on the V 3d inst., and atter deciding a few ca...

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Atlantic News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

Atlantic News. Pacific Railroad. The special committee in the Senate oft the Pacific Railroad bill, of which Dr. Gwin is chairman, on the 13th reported a bill providing for the construction of a railroad from the Mississippi river tQ the Pacific coast. The committee propose to grant to the contractors every alternate section of land twenty miles wide, on each side of the road, and to pay $GOQ per mile for carrying the mails, for thirty days—the road to be commenced in three and completed in seven years. A bill to, promote the efficiency of the army, by creating a retired list of disabled officers on half pay, was passed. On the 16th March, the Sena.te disposed of the controversy respecting Mr. Phelps' right to a seat in that body, as Senator from Ver mont, he haying been appointed by the Gover nor prior to the last Legislature, which ad. journed without electing a successor. It was decided that ho should vacate by a vote of 12 1 to 2§. George E. Pqgh, democrat, has been eleeted ' Un...

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.Later from Europe. Tl,O ,lofno i... 1.1.. A. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

.Later from Europe. Tl,O ,lof n o i... 1.1.. A. The dates from Europe are to the 4th of, March, fifteen days later. The ii'mperor of Russia has been given one chance more of a peaceful settlement. On the 27th of Febiuary, England and France sent Couriers to St. Petersburg with a note to the ' Emperor, calling upon him within six days to give a promise to withdraw his troops from the j Danubian Provinces by the" 30th of April;; in the event of his refusal war will be de- j clared. It is thought that Austria and Prussia will join with Fiance and England, they having deserted Russia. It is said that Spanish troops will be sent to relieve the French at Rome, and Portuguese to relieve the British regiments pn Mediterranean The whole of Spain has been declared in a state cf seige. The internal affairs of the country are very unsettled. The neutrality of Denmark in the coming struggle has been approved by Englai d and France. Russia also agrees to it. The St. Petersburg Journal of Feb 24th...

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Frc-Euiption in California. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

Pre-Emption in California. The bill extending the pre emption laws to settlers in California, passed the House of Representatives pn the 20th February. The following are the remarks of Mr. Latham upon the occasion of its passage : Mr Speaker, the Committee on Public Lands, to which was referred Senate bill No. 124, entitled "An act fur the extension of the preemption privilege in California," have instructed me to report it back to the House, with an amendment, and a recommendation of its passage. 1 wish, Mr. Speaker, to say a word in reporting this bill to the H( use, explanatory of its character. By the third proviso of the sixth section of an act passed iliarch 3, 1853, the preemption privilege was extended in California to the unsurveyed lands, and for the period of one year. 1 he same anomalous condition of the public b«nds in that -State which authorized the granting of this privilege still exists. And the bill I now report, which passed the Senate aud the Committee on Public ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

NOTICE. ALL those having an interest in the better, regulation of the water in the City of Los. Angeles and its vicinity, are requested to meet at the Court House, on SATURDAY, the 22d inst., at 3 o'clock P . M., to take the subject into consideration. ap15 2t MANY CITIZENS. Schmidgall & Go., REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Office, corner of Plaza and Negro Alley, — Will attend toProcuring Loans on Securicics; Examination of Land Titles Drawing Contracts, Leases, Powers of Attorney, and other. Legal Documents; Settlement of Book and Mercantile Accounts: Translations in French, Spanish and German Larguaces. ap22- tf District Court—First Judicial district. State of California County of Los Angeles, Isaac Williams vs. Jonathan W. Atwood, Fielding T. Buel and David L. Gillespie. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO JONATHAN W. AT WOOD, FIELDING T. BUEL and DAVID L GILLESPIE—-Greeting, WHEREAS, Isaac Williams has filed in the District Court of the Fir...

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LA ESTRELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

LA ESTRELLA. Saftado, AMI 22, dc 1854, La Imprenta ba cambiado de propietario; .James S. Wait, que la ba oomprado, pone en tConoeimiento del publico, que todos sus esfuer«oB iran encaminados a dar a la " Estrella de Jos Angeles," el mayor interes posible; y el espera por su parte, que se le siguira dispensan--4o el mismo favor que a sus antecesores. Durante nuestra ausencia en la semana panada, so usaron nuestros tipos para defender el <caracterde un jugador a costa de otro.—La <causa de Madero contra Valdenebro. Hata aliora no hemos podido averiguar quien es el autor 4el articulo, pero cualesquiera que sea, basta decir que ha manifestado poco juicio 0 discretion en la eleccion de la materia para su artijculo. Los individuos, a quienes se refiere el articu|ista, perteneccn a la clese mas baja de nuestra y si uno 0 otro posee de virtudes 110 Jian salido a luz del dia hasta la fecba. Valdenebro y Madero fueron implicados como complices en un fraude porpetrado a c...

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Francla. !f J _ i T3 . [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

Francla. \!f J _ i T3 . Mr. John Mason, ministro de los Estados U. nidos cerca de la corte imperial de Francia, presento el 22 de enero sus credenciales a Napoleon m, y pronuncio el siguiente discurso. " Senor : Tengo la honra de ptesentar una carta dirijida por el presidents de los Estados Unidos a V. M. 1., que me acredita en calidad do Enviado extraordinario, y Ministro plenipo tenciario de mi pais, residente cerca de vuestra corte imperial Aproveeho esta ocasion para dar segurida des a V. M. I. de la amistad de los Estados Uni dos, asi como de los votos que liacen por vues tra felicidad ; anadire que mis instrucciones mo prescriben quo me esfuerce sin cesar por mantener y ensanchar Jos interesea de ambas naciones. " ilie congratulo de cumplir este deber de consuno con el gobierno y el pueblo delos Esta dos Unidos. Nunca puedo olvidar que la Fran cia ha sido la activa amiga y aliaia de mi pais en la epoca de su debilidad, y que de ella ban adquirido los Estados Unidos, por un tra...

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Asuutos de Orlente. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

Asuutos de Orlente. El dia de Febrero, Francia e Inglaterra por medio do sus respectivos ministros, dieron la respuesta debjda a las preguntas de la Rusia sobre la entrada de las esouadras aliadas en el Mar Negro, y aunque no se sabia todavia cual hfiyasido.se consideraba sin embargo que las ordenes del Czar nodejaban otra alternativa a sus embnjadores en Londres y Paris que la de salir de dichas capitales, aunque fuese por pocos dias, atendiendo a que la respuesta de que fit' trata no pueie diferir do la quo dieron vorbulmentu wr Hamilton Seymour y el general CuAiQlbujac ol gubinuta da Sun I'etorsburgo. So oreia que ya babian eulido loa despaoiii'a mandando a loa einbajadorca do Franciu e lnglaterra qu* pidi«»en sua psaaport-e*. K1 camiu do OrUiff llevuba nor Ao'iuiou a Viena Bolioitar perimso pura contluoir tropas rusau por el tor ri tori o do llungria, y on deoiu que «i no lo ooosogula, iria el C»ar en persona a IJerlin y Viena a fin de intorponur mu influjo con aquel objotu; sin...

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V. H. Lmid Cutntnl«alan. I.. .|„A« I,'..I..!. 'I'k r, ..,1 P.- [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 April 1854

U.S. Land Commission Before Judges Felch, Thompson, and Campball - April 4. The following cases were decided. CONFIRMED. The rancho of Morro y Cayucos, of 1 square league in San Luia Obispo county, claimed by James McKinlay. The rancho of la Puente, with natural boun daries, in Los Angeles county, claimed Jay John Rowland. The innclio of La Boca de Santa 1 1-2 square leagues, in los *' claimed by Isidro Reyes. Part of the rancho of La Rosa, in Sonoma county, claimeu rillo. Part of same rancho, Jacob R. Mayor claimant. Part of same rancho, James Eldridge claimant. Part of same rancho, Felicidad Carrillo clai mant. Part of same rancho, Juana de Jesus Ma llagh, claimant. Jhe rancho of Santa Rosa, of 3 square leagues, in san Diego county, claimed by Juan .Moreno. The following cases were REJECTED. The rancho of Cuyamaco, of U square leagues, in Los Angeles county, claimed by Agus tin 01 vera. The rancho of Temesohal, of 3 square leagues in santa Barbara county, claimed by Manuel Aguisol...

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