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Number of Children In California. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Number of Children In California. The returns for the various School Districts made ! to the office of the Superintendent of Public In- < struction, show the whole number of children in the State to be 18,647. The whole amount of the \ School Fund, says the San Francisco Herald, ap- i portioned on the Ist of January, 1855, among the ' various counties was $38,087 G2. It must be,borne j' in mind, however, that many of the School Dif- j tricts made no returns at all, or merely partial , ones, and hence the actual number of children in i the State is much larger than the aggregate men- ' tioned above. The following are the returns from some of the principal cities and towns of the num- < ber of children : San Francisco 3.282 y Sacramento < 1,293 i Los Angeles 753 San Jose 677 i Santa Clara 552 <■ Stockton 317 Marysville 21)5 San Bernardino V/ 292 ( El Monte, in Los Angeles c0unty....... 271 ' Placerville 265 1 Mud Springs 219 . j Sonoma 234 '...

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Statistics of Popular Education* i [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Statistics of Popular Education* i It may be instructive to compare the native white population, and the number of native white adults ignorant of letters in a few States: - Iguoran' Population. Adult . Maine 549,674 1,999 North Carolina 550,267 73,226 Massachusetts 819,044 1,055 Tennessee 749,661 77.017 Ohio 1,732,698 51.968 Virginia 871,393 75.868 Connecticut. 324,095 7 26 Maryland 366,650 17,364 Rhode Island 119,975 981 Louisiana. 187,558 14,950 Now York 2,388.830 22,241 Missouri 514,527 34,448 Rorrert at Monterey.—By the politeness of t e gentlemanly Messenger of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, wo learn that a heavy robbery wag committed at Monterey on Saturday night last. — Two men, one by the name of Mason, occupied a room containing a safe, in which was deposited $12,000 in scrip, $800 in money, and several large and valuable notes. The room was broken open, and the.safe and contents carried off. No clue had been obtained of the persons who committed this daring rob...

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Xew» from Atlantic Paper*. 1... U/»»n Kit fho Hnrprnnr . [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Xew» from Atlantic Paper*. 1... U/»»n Kit fho Hnrprnnr . A Proclamation has beeD issued by the Governor | ■ of Nebraska, dividing the Territory into nine Mi- , j tricts and ordering an election to be held in each ; for the choice of Representatives and Councilman | j t<> the Territorial Legislature and a Delegate to j Congress, on Thursday, the 12th day of December. |, The c andidates for Congress were W. B. Chapman and Capt. Giddings, the former a National Democrat and the latter a Benton Democrat and AntiSlavery. The Territorial Legislature is to meet on . the Bth of Januarv. previous to which the location of the Capital will take place. By the census just taken, the population of the Territory has been ascertained to be over 2000 souls, with about 800 voters. Stmpatht for Smith O'Brien.—Mayor Westervelt presided over a very large meetiug of citizens, held in the Tabernacle on Friday evening, for the purpose of adopting an address to Mr. Smith O'congratulatin...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

I. O. O. P. The llomburs of this Crd»r I are requested to meet at the olUce of Bro Drown on FRl-fcVj-.MNG, January "26, at < o'clock. A 8 requested. E. DROWN. WM. B. OSBI'RN, Committee. Wo are requested to announce the name of JOHN L. SJHMIDGALL as a candidate for th« office of Citjr Marshal at the ensuing election. janlK Notice. The undersigned offers himself as a candidate for the office of Mayor, in tlio election that will take \ lace on the -Sthiist. Confident that the motive* which caused in.r resignation are good, as also my conduct afterwards, and approved by my fell >w citizens, 1 appeal to their judgment. .«ii I let them manifest it by their votes, jau 18 STEPHEN* C. FOSTER. City Klt-cl lon. THERE will be held an election at the Mayor's Office in the City of 1-os Angeles, on tlie TWENTY-FIFTH I'AY «... JANUARY. inst.., for MAYOR and CITY MARSHAL— John G. Downey, Esq.. having been appointed Inspector of s iid election, who will conduct the same in confo...

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LOS ANGELES, JUEVES, ENERO 24, DE 1855, [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

LOS ANGELES, JUEVES, ENERO 24, DE 1855, El Congreso Nacioual ap6nas comenzo sus sesiwnes cuando ha mostrado a todo el mundo su poca simpatia por la administracion, y la parte que desde hoy los Itfnow-Nothings desean adquirir «n la direction do los negocios del pais. Dos proyectos de ley anunciado casi simultaneamente en las dos camaras, eqnivalen a una declaracion de guerra del partido araericano contra los estranjeros. En el Senado Mr. Adams propone "el establecimiento de una fegla uniforme de naturalizacion, y la abrogacion de todas las leyes existentes sobre esta materia." En la camara el Senor Sollers, de Marilandia, quiere "que nose admitan a la marina 6 armada personas de nacimiento extranjero, y prohibir la inmigracion de los extranjeros poblres o condenad'os." Tambien Mr. Sollers es quien ha dado la serial para abrir las hostilidades contra la administracion proponiendo pedir comunicaciones al ejecutivo de todo lo que paso en en la famosa conferencia diplomatica de Ostende. ...

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I ulna tic Saiulwleli. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

I ulna tic Saiulwleli. Teuemos noticias do las Islas de Sandwich por el Restless qae llego a San Francisco el 16 del presente. Las noticias que noa suministra alcauzan hasta el 36 de Dicieinbre —las ultimas que se ban recibido- El dicho buqae efectao el pasaje eu 20 dias. La Corte se ha enlutado por ti*es mescs por causa de la muerte de Kamebameba 111. En el Concilio Privado del 15, los ministros del finado rey ofrecieron sus sentimientos de afliccion, y pusieron sus respectivos portfolios a la disposicion del - rey actual. Las demas empleados del Consejo signieron el ejeraplo, y aseguraron a su Majestad de su leal fidelidad, y el rey les hablo como sigue: " Gefes:—He sido por la vcluntad de Dios vuestro padre, asi como be sido vuestro brjo. Debeis ayudarme porqu£ necesito vuestra cooperacion. Ministros y demas eminentes oticiales de nuestro rey, os doy sinceras gracias por las expresiones de afliccioe que boy babeis manifestado. Os suplico que continueis vuestras tareas en las vari...

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Comciileoclon en Ire Norfolk y Cudlz. , [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Comciileoclon en Ire Norfolk y Cudlz. , ' El teniente Maury de la Marina dc los Estados [ Uuidos es persona cuyas luces son uulversalmente conoclda". Siempre ocupado en Iracer practicaraente utiles sus conocimientos al pais a que debe el s6r, la vida del teniente de la marina americana puede decirse que es una s6rie de actos qne no tienen mas objeto que el eugrandecimiento de au patria. A las riquezas naturales del Estado de Virgin! a liacousagrado ultimainente M. Maury sus estudioa. y sobre este asunto ha publscado tres cartas de las que nos ocuparimos unicamente eu la parte que dicenrelacioti con nuestra Espani. Considerando la situaciondel puerto de Norfolk, el mas central dc los Estados Unidos, Mr. Maury cree que el Estado de Virginia no saca todas las ventnjas anexas a tan InvidMbte situaciou geografica, a causa de su abaudono lamentable reagravado Sor la actividad sin limites de 109 habitantes de ew York. Pero en su opinion no se necesita siuo que el ferrocarril penr.tre en aq...

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Soliloqolo do an Aoplrtnto. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Soliloqolo do an Aoplrtnto. , Mi* parranda*, que se hiciorau, Mia continues brujulcoa Domic eatin ? SI oon la parra ae fueron Con ella buonos recreoa, Mo veudr&n I i Mi primo el Negro traviao, Lot mochuelos, Ayuquito, Que ae hlcloron f Suaplcacoa, nada leioa Ztedondon al abuelito Toaororo. 4 Y aquel gran municipal Que cilaba el Bolotlii Y una ley f imamanta wo animal, Quo unos dlcen que oa rocla Y otroa buoy I i Y aquol otro Ucenolkdo Quo tambion toed au pito Cob vilentfa ? I'or baborieleolvldado KaU apreudlcndo un oicrlto Do robeldfa. Todoa me han abandonado For preaumir do sablondo Y doctoral. Ml carta no U ha firmado Y quodo mondo y lirondo Sin conteatar. Maa no (mporta : me hagd rlc* En la hacienda que adininistro Y brujuloo , Ya no abrire maa el pico Pero entrare eu ol rejiatro Y en bureo.

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Loo Angeles Price Current. f ,k. r .. /> [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Loo Angeles Price Current. f ,k. r .. /> Correetfd Wtckly f,tr thr Lvt .Intftlei Star. IUbod, ft Ligmn*— a.» 11 am*. v jb . — fii'j/. Whi<k/,» Kkl. l <k. BmH*. fi ft iifj) & Iimmli, Auifr.,0 00 HutUT(K»-!crj») $ ft-COiftOV Cuifnhir f, 00,,>: 00 •1o (rrc*Ji) 76® I 00 Chfrr* J on Dvilmnu Mirmuo— PIMICIJ J 00 Brick, * M (Q50 00 <iin, Hut'J .,..1 76/ftB 00 I.line, V brJ. . .—© 0 00 Glu. Amor 1 AO Oemnjt —r®10 Otl Part Win*. .. ,2 WiflJJ mi riiWMt, * ft.., .HO©37 Chr»v, W cm* .5 00© fl <10 <oiVe. fj —©« Unl. H ft 28©Ufi <»...IIm, * ft C2©76 LuMMfrV M.. .10 00© e>0 Oo i'Ualc, Ortftm.. — — ©no no Ditr Ouiina— ,Jo Katimru. © 100 0'' Drilling V .«•<!■- — ©lf< Du»r.]«— I'utW 4o,fj,M> KWirrn,rough © \% 00 Charting Vltb Jo — —©— — Dwn> I"niTT— TuOtjond ami Kr«vov««l A|.|.W ft ft W©W flooring... ©100 00 PcachtM ...Wfci'2> Jul«t Sovf...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Dlaolucloit de Companla* LA coinpaflla <l«o exiatia bajo cl nomhrc y estilo de RICH Y NKWMARK, hov estd disuelta por conxen timiento de ambas parte*. J. P. Newinark est* autorliado arroglar 10. nog,»ios d. J. P. NEWMARK. Los Angeles, Enero 19 de 1855. EL Sertor J. P. Newmark por oste notlflo* a todo* los qne deban a la Anna de Rich y Ncwroark, quo ocurran para arrejflar *u* cuontas Inmediatamente ; y lo* que tengan deudas pendientea rontra dicha firma «on aol|cltado« n«e |n« n;-o-.'n'i»" <i" f ••••' 1 Myron i* • tio.i, HA BEEN DO reMgnado cl cmpleo de Juez dpi Condado Qc L«« An?fcles. reanuralrft la PRACTIOA DE LA LEY en las varias Cortes del Estado, y en la forte de Wotrlto du los Eati-dosUnldo!". . MYRON NORTON. rHofna K-BtolaettaJ»TW«<, trail* rrin*ii<a». " Los Angeles. Eneri 25 de 1855. yri9 lm

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

$tutbos, jjlSl Al/U UK I'ALlKOltNlA—CWlado de !.«•« Ang<:ic<_i i"te •« i.rili n* que una eleeclxn e*poHal ti*n-1r& l.itfar Ml el Calilldo <lo S*n Uabrii-I. en dicha Cuatladu, an la llnnd» ><• J'liyc Klee, el LUXES, dl* t do Ko>>rap) proximo |«ra In ••U-ceion dw on Juet dp l»a*. no y par* el dlelinCaMldn pern lli nnr U vacant* owtuSouada iKit U realijuacloo del Sr. C. C Twkhrll. I'lcua eleecton «or4 IjbUi lo>to reipelu, Mgun la "Acta par« ntf-irlu' El-tcdine*. El S«fiorTvrlrbell. |.or r «»*• e« a>ifnbnidn Irtapncloe, y Jour IFil-lrvt li y A*a W. Line. .Iuer»* tie dlcha elect-Inn. IteilobujO mi taano en la eluded do L»« AD<<U<, Lor 22 Je Eueru da 1S65. MY110X NORTOS, jy28.tr ,lnrr <1*1 fVtnAjid 1>K CAIJFOKXIA —Condedu de Lc« Angtlt-a— lj r«r e»to mi nr-leoa que una elecclou especial itnipt luenr en la CaM de la Cnrte, e! ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

r ESI'RESO I>K _ C 1r Adam* y Ca. jg. CASA DE BAJ\'CO Y CAM 810. Lo* qua suscrlbimos despacbAmoa por cad* vapor lerei** bultos cartas fcc., para Santa Barbara, Montarar m, U S 0 t o *' o * puntoi do taa uifuai dal Norte y Hit hi" librnnras fi la viata sobre cualesquier da nuestML* flciuna en California & b>» nu bajoa precio* da Cauibla. ae tiacen cobroa en cualquler parta del Estado. "im n. jmrewra. iiuißTOi. 0. C. ALKIaADKK. D. W . ALKXiNDt*. riUNUS SAIVIX* ALKXA.XOER \ IIAXKINU, COMERC IAJ\"TES DE TRANSPORTS T COMISJO.Y. Aotfrw H. N. Alexander, Lo* Angeles. I Tin an Rich, lioppin* y Ca. Stu Dornardlso. N. J. Willi*, Lexington. lUukln y Ca., San Irancisco. Carlo* Ditcoiniuun, » •«»«*»" UIII-UIUUIUII, Relojcro, Joyero y Librero. Calle del Comercio, Ciudad de l.o» Au£rlM. ACAIIA de volver de Sau Francisco eon tia .vnei ue MU rrancisru con uo aurU do general cn mayor cantidad uue se hay* rlst« cn e«ta ciudad, de libros ypa pel. I-ualtjitnW at , . . K ...

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Sdtrffi) IMrj, « Let Me In." [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Sdtrffi) IMrj, « Let Me In." BY PLORKXCK PERCY. When the summer evening shadows Veiled the earth's calm l>osom o'er, Came a young child faint and weary, Tapping at a cottage door : " Wandering through the winding wood-paths My worn feet too long have been, Let mo in. oh, gentle mother, Let me in!" Years passed on—his eager spirit Gladly watched the flying hours : " I will be a child no longer, Finding bliss in birds and flowers 5 I will seek the bands of pleasure— I will join their merry din ; Let uie in to joy and gladness, Let me in 1" Years sped on—yet vainly yearning, Murmured still the restless heart— " I am tired of heartless folly, Let the glittering cheat depart; I lmvo found in worldly pleasure Nought to happiness akin— Let me in to love's warm presence, Let me in!" Yearn flew on—a youth no longer, Still he owned the reckless heart; " I am tired of love's soft durance : Sweet voiced syren we must part! I will gain a laurel chaplet, And a world's applause will win...

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lltkellitiufltts. Hard Work. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

lltkellitiufltts. Hard Work. Mr. A.—'Good morning, Mr. B.; I callcd to sec if you wanted a clerk. I should lfkc to put my son into your More for a while.' Mr. 15.—•' Indeed, I thought you needed him on your farm.' ' 801 do need him—but I don't want my children to have to work as h rd as I have to—digging and delving. 1 tell you its too hard; I'm fairly worn all out.' ' Ah! but you look more hale and hearty than the most of us. and yet you must be quite as old.' ' Yes, I am turned of 70. Hut I grow lame and stiff, and its all from hard work.' ' Over 70? And 1 am but 60, and my partner's younger still—yet see onr gray hairs.' ' Well, well -something in families about that, may be. But do you want my boy ?' ' No sir.' 'Why not.?' ' Because you want to put him here to live easy, and he'll bo good for nothing, as a clerk or merchant either, in that way. We merchants have to worlt hard if we would gain anything ; and we have to work a great many more hours in a yeac than you do.' 'Yes, ye...

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Art of a l'ankce Painter. A person who kept an iun by the roadside, went [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

Art of a l'ankce Painter. A person who kept an iun by the roadside, went A person wno Kept an inn i>y me rumwiur, » , to a painter, who tor a time had set up his easel ■ not a hundred miles from Ontario, aud inquired | for what sum the painter would paint him a bear i, far a signboard. It was to be a real good one, | I that would attract customers. •'Fifteen dollars,"replied the painter. "That'r too much," said the iukeeper; '"Tom ■ Larkins will do it for ten." The painter cogitated for a moment, lie did not like that his rival should get a commission in preference to himself, although it was only for a signboard. "Is it to be a wild, or tame bear ?" he inquired, i "A wild one, to bo sure." ! '-With a chain, or without one ?" again asked the painter ! "Without a chain." . I "Well, I will paint you a wild bear, without a | chain, for ten dollars." ; The bargain was struck, the painter set to work, I and in due time sent home the signboard, on which ! he h d painted a hugo ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

-STATES PAPERS. STATES pAPERs' of the f itesl uJhm wuV to received by « vor y steamer; also SPANISH, FRENCH. ® ft»d GERMAN papers from every part off 1 li° world, and for sale at tlie office of the LOS ANGELES STAR. Persons wishing papers loft at their place of residence, can be accommodated by leaving their names at this office. All orders promptly attended to. TERMS, CASH. tr. A. k S. WATTE kCO. HORSES STOLEN. ON the 24th (if December last, a «v band (if HORSES, numbering aTiout TMjj Mariano Malarin. A REWARD is offered of one-fourth of the value of the animals to any person who will find them and put them in the possession of Don Francisco Rico, who lives at the house of Don Jose Sepulveda in this city. A description of the brands can be had by applying at this office ; in San Gabriel the same description of the brands can bo obtained at the office of the Justice of the I'e Mr. C. C'. Twichell, and in San Juan Capistrano at the house of Don Juan Abila. jan4-4w Removal. THE unders...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 January 1855

fjtrto |)orli l^niisnnmts. T By ltoyal Lcltiin PatentIHE HYDROMAUKN. OH WATKB-I'JU* AXn-£>X-SFMITIVE CORKSOLES, mauufactured by H.UIMJLKI, BRADLEY & CO., 44 MARKET HTKKCT, MANCHESTV:K. Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood street, Cheapside, London, England. American Establishments, 38 Ann street and 102 Nassau street, J\ ew York-, U. S. . . THE HYDROMAGEN is a valuable discovery for protect ng tlie feet from damp or cold, and therefore a preventative of many Luna: diseases, without any iloctirrinn ichatcver. The liydromagen is in the form of a solo, and worn inside the hoot or shoe. Its medicated character is a powerful anilote to disease. For Gentlemen it will be found agreeable, warm, and healthy, to wear in the coldest or rainiest weather. ;w the Toot cannot become wet if the llydromagen is inserted. Ladies may wear the lightest soled boots or shoes in the most inclement weather with impunity ; while Consump lion, so prevalent among the voting of our country, may ...

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