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S' Land Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

S ' Land Commission. Jjne 4/, —The following claims were decided : Domingo Felis, claimant, for one square league, "San Pedro, Buriburi," &o. Granted by Micheitorena in 1844 Confirmed. Antonio Coronel, claimant, for " Sierra de log Verdugos." Granted by Pico in 184 G. Commissioner Thompson said this was one of a class of grants made about the time of the occupation of California by the United States; and that the date had evidently been altered 'from July to June, so as to make itprectde the time of the raising of the American Flag at Monterey. Independent of this question" however, there was no evidence of occupation by the grantee. Rejected. Mariano G. Vallejo, claimant, for 300 varas squ ire of a Entre Napa," iVapa County. Granted by iWicheltorena in 1843. Rejected. Jose de los Santos Berryesa. claimant, for "Seno de Mallocones." and plain of '-Aguas Calientes," 4 square leagues, in Napa oounty. Granted by Micheitorena in 1843. Confirmed. From Havana.—We learn that th...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Star
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STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

STATEMENT Of the Current Expense Fund of the County of Los Angeles for the year commencing July Ist, 1853, and ending June 30th, 1854. 1853. Dr . July Ist, To cash on hand, $2,230 81 To amount from Taxes of 1853, 11,715 60 " " Building Fund, 1312 10' it Poll Tax of 18S3, 482 88 " " '• " of 1854, 68 20 " " Finos for 1853-4, 272 38 " " State Fund on certificate of County Auditor, 654 £4 " " Licenses 1853-4, 4,062 50 $21,388 Ql Cb. Jly amount of Auditor's warrants redeemed, §19,601 13 By Interest on ditto, 118 87 : By amount passed to Building Fund, 1,300 00 By Treasurer's fees for License Tax, 174 15 Paid B. S. Eaton for collecting License Taxes, 124 50 Stationery, J5 37' Cash on hand, 54 gj $21,388 01 TIMOTHY FOSTER, County Treasurer, Los Angeles, Jun» 30th, 1854. Amount of Auditor's warrants protested and not redeemed June 30,1851, $3,507 10 Total amount received for Taxes in the County of Los Angeles for State aud County purposes. from July Ist, 1853, to June 80, 1854, $50,770 90 P...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

STATE OP CALIFORNIA, { County of Los Angeles. S rFO nil to whom these presents may come, Greeting— *• You are hereby notified and torbiddtn to purchase or in any way negotiate a certain mortgago executed by mo to one Augiift Fejix Eduard, dat ed the '28th day of February, A.D. 1854, to secure a part of the purchase money of a certain piece of property situated in the City of Los Angeles, on the corner of Negro Alley and Aliso street, the consideration for the same or a great part th-reof bavins failed. PRUDENT BEAUDRY. Los Angeles. July 6,1854. jy 8 4t C. DUCOMMUN, Watch Maker ami Iloo&seller, COMMERCIAL ST., LOS ANGELES. jyB ly DOLLARS REWARD. from the Jail of Los Angeles County, on tlia lA 4th inst., TIIOMAS SMITH, indicted for Murd.r; JOSE IGNACIO VELASQUEZ. MANI.'EL MAUQUI9, aiul JOSE LOI'EZ, each indicted for Graud Larceny. I will pay the above reward for their delivery at said Jail, or One Hundred Dollars for each of the three last, and Five Hundred Dollars for the...

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ARRIVAL Oi' THE J. L. STEPHENS, Atlantic News. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

ARRIVAL Oi' THE J. L. STEPHENS, Atlantic News. LOS ANGELES STAR. The Nebraska Kansas bill passed the House on the 22.1 May, by the very satisfactory vote .of 109 to 100. Afrer a long and tedious session .the Senate on Thursday.the 25th May, passed the bill as it enmo from the House, by a vote 0f35 to 13. On the 30th of May the Presi. dent delivered a message to Congress approv. ing and signing the bill. Bills have been in troducod for the sale of public lands, the establishment ( f land offi :es and the a nstruction of military roads in Nebraska. They wero referred. A Proclamation by President Pierce against the Cuba filibustering expedition of the for. mation of which the Government had been informed was issued May 31st. It is almost in the same terms as the Ltwer California Proclamation. Annexation of the Sandwich Islands — Information received at the State Department from the Sandwich Islands is highly important. King Kamebanieha is impatient to be come annexed to the Unified Sta...

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Consccuenclas tie la brutalldad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

Consccuenclas tie la brutalldad. LA ESTIIELLA Saftado, Julio 8, tie 1854. Un infeliz viejo, cuyo nonibre era Francisco Fabela, fue el domingo pasado victima do la grocera chanzi de Joaquin Sepulveda y Sautia go Ruiz. El pobre hombre, paseaba desprevenido por la calle principal, mas arriba de la iglesia, cuaulo fue asaltado per loe dos ultimos que pasaron a la carrera de sus caballos y loenr redaron de la mitad del cuerpo con la reata, con servando cadauno una de las puntas envuelta en la cabeza de la si I la; la consccuencia es facil de prcverse, el infeliz anciano ascendio dos va. ras y al caer recibio el golpe en la cabeza, de cuya consecuencia espiro a los pocos momentos. Esta hazana, costo al pobre viejo la vida, pero sirvio de divercion a los manteadores, que es el nombre que dan a este agradable juego. Sepulveda y Ruiz, fueron examinados ante el juzgado del £r. Drayden y puestos en libertad despuos de la examinacion. Ilemos recibido la siguiente carta, que da una idea del esta...

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. A....... ' ' Gcncrosidad de los ciudadanos Mejicanos y agradecimicnto de los Americanos. M»7.ntUn. Mnun Ift dfilS.'U [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

. A....... ' ' Gcncrosidad de los ciudadanos Mejicanos y agradecimicnto de los Americanos. M»7.ntUn. Mnun Ift dfilS.'U Mazatlan, Mayo 15 de 1854. A todos los que pueda interesar sabed : Hemos tenido la satisfacion de ver la bondad de las senoritas Anaana Alvarez Gamboa y su hija la senorita Ackley, para con nuestros conciudaianos que habian sido apresados en esta eiudad, y reconocemos mueho el favor, tanto por no.-otros, como por parte de nuestros paisanos, por la bondad de toda esa familia. A 1 presente la senorita Gamboa tiene cuatro hijos que viven en California, y como tiene algun temor que un eflpiritu de represalia pueda inducir a los Americanos en tratar mal a todos los iViejic... nos que se Lallan en California, no. sotros ponemos este aviso en las manospara quo se sepan los justos miromientos a que son acre 1 dore's por parte de nosotros, y esperamos con mucha razon que nuestros paisanoa indistinta mente tendran para con ellos las mismas consi deraciones y bondad, y la conf...

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ISstrella de Waaliliiglon. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

ISstrella de Waaliliiglon. Pubuoa la noticia do liaberse arregiado amigablcmento con el gabincto do Madrid, la rui--1 dosa cuestion del Black Warrion. El gobierno I Espanol devolvera los § G,OOO quo recibieron i'?»b autoridadea do la Ilabana, y promete hacer I nlguoa reform aen su codigo comercial, ofreciendo mayores. gnrantias al coraercio america--1 no. fiSaS"** EI principo Jeronimo Bonaparte y su | hijo el teniento Napoleon, quo estaban en Was hington, t-e embareitron en el ultimo Vapor pa ■ ra Europa, habicndo recibido una invitaoion : particular do S.M. el Emperador.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

I > EM PORK) DE EFECTOS Y ROPA HECIIA. ESQUINA DE LA CALLE COMERCIAL vJJ v Principal y esquina de la caLLE DE LAS HuERTAS Y ALIBO. Ptl LOS quo suscriben anuncian a las sonoritas y cabaIleros de esta ciu lad, y sus alrodedores, quo tienen para vender un =wrtido general, grande, bueno, y segun ias ultimas modas tanto en generos como en ropa hecha, el mas completo y estenso que cualquier otro d ig«!il clase en esie pais, import auo a proposito por olios de N York parasu espen-ho en este mercado, y lo vcnderan por mayor o menor cou muy poca diferencia de los precios de N. York. No pueden tlar aqui un pormenor exacto de los muchcs articulos que ofrccen 011 rorita pero entre ellos se hallara. Todo lo necesnrio para vestir sefloros y niilos de todas clase, de modas- y gustos tanto en liopa lieclia como en genoros.—Tienen y ofrccen al publico inasy mejor clase doefectos en cantidad, y calidad. y a prccios mas eomodos que ninguna otra tienda de esta ciudad, pudiendo asegurarde que...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

Aviso a los que tengan trigos. 0 OS duenos del inolino de los Angeles (sits A taado en la zanja principal dan a saber que oomprin trigo al preoio nms subido do la plaza, y piden a los que quieran beneficiarlo honrarlos do su ccnlianza asegurando la prontitud do fabricacion como las mejores ©laces do harina, habiendo anvaJo cl molino en consecuencia. MAFFRE & POULAIN. Madera de venta por los subscritos. "fl '1/11, pies do niadera colorada aurXVJIJ tida. :5 iden Pino bianco limpio copiUado. 20 id. Pino bianco cepillado y urnchimbrado calidad dura. 5 id. Tablasdo ruble 50 id. Morillos. Puertas y maroos de puertas. V'entana* y maroos. Todos e."to9 articulos so (frecen de venta baratos y al contado, los subscritos estan tambien prontos a hacer contractos para fabri. car casas tanto en esta ciudad como fuera de ella, sea en ladrillos, adobe, o de madera. GILCHRIST & STONJE. Junio 17 de 1854. AVISO, JUAN 0. WHEELER, babiendoso retarado do Ja firma con sus intereses....

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MEJlt'O. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

MEJlt'O. El tratado qelebrado entre Mejico y los Es tado9 Unidos sigue con pocas esperatizas de ser ratifioa..o; las con-iderables modi ficuclones que pa ece se le ban heciio, loaltcran do tal iiiauera, que puede decirse es otro tratudo coinpletu mente diatinto del que firmaron .Mr. Gadsden y loa planipoteneiarios de Mejico. Lee-noa en el •' Universal " : "En la islu de las Arenas Departainento de TaLasco ) han desemburcado algunos nortunmeriean >s, y Excmo Sr. Eacobar ba dispucsto que tan luo go ootno Ib'gue a la barra la goleta i-.ucii nal de guerra Puebla, p»se a praoticur uti reconooimiento en la menciouuda islu. a tin de dicta? •n 0 -nsecuencia las medidas nccesurius " A 1 dar la uiiema noiioia el Sig/o Diez y Nue V€ dice que en dicha isla se han instalado uu s ■•penta aveuturcros. cuyo objeto es efectuar el robo del buano. v que la empresa ba solicitado del aupremo gobitrno el envio de algunos buques de la marinade guerra, en persecusion de Uichos aventureros. El Re...

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THE WOUKIICS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

THE WOUKIICS. Cos Siar. BY MRS. FRANCIS D GAGE. 1 lov the worn linn ', and the honest bronzed face, If the wear, aud the bronze, coine by earnest free toil: I never vet thought a po led shirt s> disgrace, If by cheerful hard laboi it gaihered the toil. The weather-worn farmer, who brings me his store, Finds ever a welcome- as free at mv board A« I'd Rive to > lather or brother, anil more — I'm proud, for 1 feel that I'm dining a lordThe cheerful mechanic, who whistling comes, With his hammer and nail-, his saw and his p'anes, 1 To aid the convenience or comfort of homes • Oh! how can we thank him too much fur his pains. The shoemaker beating Saint Crispin's old >ong, l'rou me shall have ever a smile aud a nod I'll join in the chorus and help him along, As my children fiance round me so cosily shod. Our dear working sisters; nh! what should we do, If they in our labors and toil did not share? Our comforts and pleasures in lite would be few, If worn; 1...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

FOR RALE CHEAP, SUPERI lit LIGHT T«\o 110.-SB W'AiON*, good -fSLllaines Mid »w > Mrauuhr Hurses, ull for *300. A 80—TWO SADDLE IMIO-ES. *pi ly to the ui dersigm d, at M m Wolfskin's viir ynrd. jy I I'IMl LI S K. CUI I.KN . STOP TIIIEF. * STOLEN fr< n> the lipid <.f tlie subscriber, one A mile ninth of San Uub:iei on tin* i ieh' r-yA o| tlu-27(h of June, a LIGHT SORREL '»■ AKK ahnut sixteen hands one while lore fort, a st ir in the for »ar I, and branded on the left hip. Fifty Dollais will be paid to tin- person who returns the \ a e to the puhscrii 0., and Fifty Dollars for the nrre-t o! the thi< f J vl 3t AUR4M IIENDityX. Took at tihs. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY. EF those who are indebted to m» do not come in and settle up, I miißt put them to c sfcs lam in debt, andci.n ot pay out unless I can collect my money. J can be found t the Los Angeles Star OiHoe. Come in and pay over • it will not take long. MARK D. BRU.»DIUE. Los Angeieß...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

! STATE OP CALIFORNIA) J I County of Los Angelts. \ ON tins lam nav t»i a. D 1854, personally appea ed before me, Willi .ui li. Oeburn. a >'otary Public :in uuii lor the said County of Los Augeles. duly commissioned qualiti' d, and sworn, Francisco Uribe de 'Campo, I wile of Francisco oVau po, of the Miid City and County oi ' Los Aug. I'-s and ileclaiet ou oath that she intends to carry on business in ue" own name and ou her own a count, in ♦he said i.'ity of l.i'B Angeles, as a sole trader, to-wit : the I usin<-ss of b,i\ing and selliig gr>od*. wares and merchandize ; and that tile said business will be carried on at the -toie situared at tUe corner of Negro Alley anil the Piaza iu said city, f >rui 'rly occupied b, one L irco Ani •he .-aid Frai.eisca furtlur declares that th. amount of money invested in sai l busiue-s . ri-iually mid at this tine, does net exceed the silill ot tiv ■ tiiuils <n 1 dollars : and th.it none ot sai...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 8 July 1854

Southern Accommodiiflen Line. For San Diego Mill iutiruiviliulc rails. ItTi'KOM LUNU WIIAKF •*<*» Til.- favorite »•„».» steMlivr SOUTH ERiN Ell, Oh 1.111 FKhDiSItIOK MILLIARD. Will leave Ling Wharf tor MONTKItKV. SAN LUIS OBISPn. S'NTA li Uita It A SAN PEDRO (Los Angeles,) and »'AN DIFMu. o Kvcry uihei- nturdny, nt 4 o'clock P. M. Ih* sot'l IiEI.M-lt im>»« eMi.blitl.iU 111 11, 1 ciast as a regular Packet, and I'or cjx-i-cl una accommodation is i.ne<|ii:illrd b\ any ste.iinei in tin- trail"*. She will peifomi regular semimonthly trips between San F aneisco ami San Ltiego and intermediate ports, leaving San Francisco regularly every otbei SATURDAY, and arriving every other MONDAY. Passengers nnd Shippers may rely on her arrival and departure as advertised. Schedule of the Time of the Southerner until' January, 1855. The Southerns will conneet regularly with the Stages, tn in San Pedi? to Lus Angeles and San Bernardino. C.*.SE. IIKISEJt & CO...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 August 1854

Cos 3ngclcs Star. VOL. 4. LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1854. NO. 15

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Faithfulness lu Little Tiling* "lu Mr ILrn. i,, n n|n;..l. V..., ! [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 August 1854

Faithfulness in Little Things "Is Mr. Harris in?" inquired a plainly but "U Mr. IJurria i" inquired u plainly but neatly dressed boy of twelve or thirteen to & clerk, as lie stood by the counter of u large bookstore. The vroll.paid clerk regarded tbo boy witb a supercilious look, and answered "itfr. Harris is in, but be is engaged." The boy looked at the olerk hesitatingly, and then said, "IF ho is not. particularly on_ giged, I should like much to see him." •4fyi.u have any business to transact, I c«n attend to it," replied the dark; "Mr Harris cannot, be troubled with children iiko you.'" "What is this, Morley eaid a pleasant looking, elderly man, stepping up to tao clerk "What docs the boy want'?" ile insisted on seeing you. though I told him you wore engaged," returned the clerk a little abashed the manner ofhi* employer "And what would you have with me, my lad 1" inquired Mr. Harris, kindly. Tbo boy raised his eyes, and Hooting the half scornful glance of (be olerk ...

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