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LEYES JD E L ESTADO.! [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 31 July 1852

LEYES JD E L ESTADO.! LEY ReJativa a Escuelas Publicas y'a la Enseaanza Publica. FA Pueblo del Estado dc California, rcprcsentado en el Senado y Aswnblea, decrela lo siguienle: Articulo 1. Src. 1. El product© de todos los terrenos concodidos por el Gobierno National, por el d«l Estado, 6 por individuos para cl beueiicio do egcuelns publicas, so de.stinara uuica Jiieute a dieho oTijeto. Sec. 2. ElGoboruador tendra la obligation de cuidar de dictaos terrenos se recoaoscan y ge midan lo mas pronto que sea practicable. Sec. 3. El agrimensor omplcadoen el reconocimiento do dichos terrenos tendra la obligation de distributor., euamio eston situados en localldades agricultoras, en porclonns que no escedan do ochenta acres ni bajen de cuareuta. Todos los terrenos para objetos de escuela que se encueniren don•tro do los limites de alguna ciudad o viliaje deberan distribute en solares de dim*nsioneg correspondientes al tamaiio regular de loi que coinunmente tienen los solares de particulates....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 31 July 1852

J-matas R. Scott. Luis Granger. i Seoit y Grander. ABOGADOS en sociedad, Los Angeles, Cal- ! ifornia. Ofieina en la casa de Don Jose j Salezar. en frente de la casa antigua del go- | bierno. yo4 Angeles, Julio 17 de 1852. tf j MOTEL AMERICANO, y Restaurant Frances. AVISO, a los habitantes de la Ciudad de los Angeles. Se re-abrira el Hotel America- i no el Dpmingo 17 de Julio. A 1 nuevo propieta- I rio continuaraa tomar huespedes k la semana. y sd encontraraa todas horas de el dia. se hae'e servir al preci'o de el cartel, y a la moda de los Restaurant's dfe Francia. se servira tambien: ' Cafe, Chocolate y Te. a toda hora. jl7 tf ANTONIO HEAULME. j ORDENES CONTRA ELTESORERO DEL | CON DADO. Sc. compran a scsenta cen- j tavos en frl peso por efeetos a preciQs do plata. j a24tf ALEXANDER & MELLUS. j E iicaba de recibir en la ofieina de la F" trellay se halla de venta. Un surtido de cubiertas para cartas, que sea de una calidad superior. tf ; DTSOLUCION. —La com pan i a por lo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 31 July 1852

AVISO. El que suscribo, dueno lejitimo los terrenos do San Paseual, hace saber ; toUoa aquienes corresponda. que habiendo rec- ! bido algunos dafios y pferjniclos- por alguno j individuos que sin ninguna facultad ban entra ! do en dichos terrenos a corr< r ani males, extra- ; er mad eras y Ilevar losgahaiJds do la propiedad' ide los diohos terrenos; seprevienequo en losuj cesivo cualquiera persona que Cumeta estos i abusos u 'otrcs se'mejantes, *era denmndada fudicialmente y estara sujeta a todos los car-'oa ,| que se le estimaaen justos. JVI AN U 1.01 j GA RKIA S. I ropi etari o. Angeles Julio 25 de 1852. jy24 2t A VISO OFICrAL. de California. .Condado de Los Angeles. . Las personas que g'u.sten hacer propflostas para cdnstriiir la cavcel 'quo ha de Servir para I el uso de este Condado, jo podraft cfcctuar dirii giendo las mismas en pliegbs ccrrados a lajun- ] ta de los superintendentc's, que residen en el mismo y las dejaran en la oficina del Secreta- ' rio la que sd ha...

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La Qmperatrlz Josefina y la Sultana Ma- > dre de Maiuuoud 11. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 31 July 1852

La Qmperatrlz Josefina y la Sultana Ma- > dre de Maiuuoud 11. Tomamos el siguiente intercsante episodio de la Historiii de la M irtiriica, de Mr. Jiiduey Da- c ney ,abogadoy miembrQ del eonsejo colonial. || En el barrio d-d /Jobert. en la habitacion de d la pointc-Royal, nacio on 17(3o AimJe Dabuede- ll Rive y, perteneciente a una de las mas antigu- [ as y la Martinioa. Ha- I 1 viada a Franeia para reeibir una educacion { 1 elegante y esmerada, paso inucbos anos en la o casade las Damas do la visitacion, oituada en f Nantes. jj A los 18 anos fue llamada por su fatnilia, yso a cmbarco en aquel puerto en 1784 para voiver a eu patria. El buque que la iraia, habiendo co- u menzado a hacer agua, y hall.indose a punto de c Bumergirse, fue encontrado por otro espanol que hacia ruinbo para mallorca. y que reeojio ala ' tripulacion y pasageros del buque nautes. En s elmomentode arribar asu destino, el buque c espanol fue ataea I > por un corsario argelino. 1 Aimee Pubuc...

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LEYES I) E L ESTADO. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 31 July 1852

LEYES I) E L ESTADO. LEY para dividir el Estado en Condados, y para establecer las Residencias de Justicia en los mismos. Ll Paeble del Estado de California, represent ado en et Seaado ij Asarnblea decreta Lo •siguiente : Sbc. 1. Los liud'TOS y re idenciaa dc justicia do los dif- j crentes condados de este Estado. stian los aiguentes : St:c. 2. Condado de San Diego.—i.omenzando en la costa ' del .Mar PacifloO en la puntu de San Mateo, desdo alii, sigui*u V> la direccion para incluir los ranchos de Murgarita v L iguna le Tem :eul.-v, hasta el rancho doSan Jacinto, y por todo su lindero aepteutrional ha<ta la e-quiera del nordy desdj a'li eu una liuea p iralela con el lindero del sur cou M-jico. hasta el rio Colorado ; desde alii, rio abajo, sila m •diania del de dicho rio, hasta su contluencia «xia u linea divisoria de Mejico ; d-*sde alii, ua !a direccion al ii .r-ne.st.B, corriendo paralelo cou la costa, liiidta la distancni de tres millas exactameiite al poni...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 31 July 1852

Casanueva y Jones, A BOGADOS.—I'onen en el conocimiento de todos los ciudadanos del Cond»*lo de log que ellos estaran giempre listos para defender las causas que quisieran en comendar les ante cualquiera de los Cortes existententesen el Eatado de California. Las personas que se dignen honrarlos con su confianza pueden occurir a la casa de Don Olvera quien se I encargara de recib.ir 193 (Jocumentos para pasar los a su vez a los manos de CASANUEVA Y JONES, en Sociedad. | Angeles, Deciembre i 3 de 1851. McFarland y Douney, I o BOTICARIOS Y QUIMICOS. Tienen w el honor de anunciar al Publico de lcs £& Angeles, que, se encuentran para vendGr en la Botiea de los mismos, las mejores medicinas en oalidad, variedad y precio. piy 17 Ayiso al Publico. flrAj Lazard y Kremer tienen su tienyßl da en la esquina de la casa de D. Alejandro Bell. Venden por yor y inenor, vestidos. Botas y Zapatos, etc, etc, provicion.es de todas clases, lo que venderan al precio mas barato por dinero conta...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 31 July 1852

AKMJSRO V CERRA.JERO. ABRE areas ilo Flerro, Fabrieante do cwrraduras y las eompone Garomtera todas sus obras. Tiene constantemente j un gran surtido para su expendio de esp.opetas de uno y dos j Canonos, Rifles, Pistolas, I'olvoriu.es y do mas articulos paia j ol uso del arma, los xue se vendfrad a p recto's barratos, igual- , mente que polvora y niuriicion por rn'iyor y men or. Su es- | tablecimientosu halla en la calle del Oomercio. a pocos puertas mas abajo do la cplle de Montgomery, San Francisco — | Toda dace de trabajo que seordeneal mi?mose le dura ly. debida atencion y cumpliinonto en el tiempo que sea seiialado. . j«l9 3m. GEORGE G. POPE, T4TEGOOIANTE EN HARINA. Y GRANOS, Oalk-Front, [entrb ci.*v y Washington.] San Frin'-iscd. Se despichatau pedidos del interior, con proutitud y espero. je 5-3 if VKNTA I'AR'IJICULAR. Eldueuo de la fonda Francssa que se halla situada en la calle del Comercio ofre- e a publico la existenclay muobhs ttjos que perienecen a dicha casa con la id...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

Cos Stngdes Star. VOL 2. LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1852. NO. 14.

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Growing lit California. vl. uii. a" ' . i • [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

Wheat Growing in California. <> The high price which flour commands in our markets, (equal to four dollars per bushel for wheat) furnishes strong inducements for agriculturists to turn their attention to supplying this commodity from grain grown in California. There is no longer any doubt about the adaptation of our soil for producing nearly all the cereal grains, and especially wheat and barley. The want of flouring mills has heretofore discouraged giving much attentiQn to wheat growing, but this want can soon be supplied, and will be in a great measure within a year from this time. It maybe thought that the high price of labor in California will prevent extensive farming operations for the present, but even this opinion is not well founded. It does not require the same amount of labor to produce a given quantity of grain in this country, that is necessary in the Atlantic and Western States. There, the soil is less productive and more difficult to got in order...

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SONG. "" [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

SONG. "" There is no sin to hearts who love, AVhate'er the world may say j For they are lifted far above The laws of lesser clay. They are unto themselves a law No other law can bind ; No other wakes a moment's awe, For meaner men designed. Then tell me not 'tis Love that parts, Nor fear the powers above ; For all the sins of loving hearts Aro washed away by Love.

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William Wirt. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

William Wirt. The following, in regard to the early histo« ry of William Wirt is interesting, but whether it is reliable, we are unable to say : In the early career of Mr. Wirt he was adicted to intemperate habits, and was, as every friend supposed, 0 very hopeless, irreclaimable man. He was abandoned by almost every friend, and was so reduced that his presence was objectionable in the meanest establishments where rum was sold. On a certain occasion he had become so grossly intoxicated that he fell upon the floor of a rum hole, insensible. The proprietor very coolly dragged him out of the place and laid him at full length on the edge of the side walk. It was in the city .of Richmond. Va. The day was excessively warm, and the rays of the sun fell exaotly upon the inebriate, who was totally unconscious of his situation. A young lady was.passing the spot aud on noticing the exEosetl features of Mr. Wirt, stopped, spread er handkerchief over his face, and passed on. When Mr. Wirt became...

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Dandies of Olden Times, [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

Dandies of Olden Times, Old fashions, they say, come new every seven years ; somehow or other knee breeches don't come round any more. They say when Governor Bowdoin reviewed the troops of Massachusetts, in 1785, he was dressed in a white broadcloth coat and black silk stockings. In 1782, Governor Hancock received his guests in a red velvet cap, within which was one of fine Jinen turned op over the edge of the velvet, one, two or three inches. He wore a blue damask gown lined with silk, a white satin embro.dered waist, black satin small clothes, white silk stockings and red morocco slippers. The Judges of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, as late as 1773. wore robes of scarlet, faced with black velvet ;and in summer black silk gowns. Gentlemen wore coats of every color, generally the cap and collar of velvet, of a different color from the coafc. In 1789, General Washington arrived in New York, from Mount Vernon, to assume the duties of the Presidency. He was dressed in a full suit...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

,GUN, LOCK, ARD WHITE SMITH. SALAMAXUEIIl SAFK3 opened; Loek* made and rupfeirfcl. All work warranted. Alxo, connteiitlj " u bund «nil for 'mIc, a InriC'i iu*nrtin«ut «r Don'dii and Hiiiulu llnrri'i Shot flou.ltlllim I'lrt.olii. Gun Trimuiliutii, Ac., fc.i., whlrhwill bo •old cheap. Powder and Shut at whfilosulu and n/tull. all orders fur work promptly Attended to, and ct'.cutrd at ihorlnottuc. Commercial at , a fuw doors below Montgomery b'. . Sin grfcpciaeo. Oallfrirula. J" 1 " M' 8T. FRANCIS HOTEL—H"« i»v««iie ii-.uai. Iiuviui5 tim-u cuinplelmy r.-Uovi.ted, me public i!*n be aioumiuud!»««-d with unmfaruiliL' farol-dieJ mid unl'urubibcd hnonm, at moderate JjtttUE With Lodxlnits, on favorable Ccrme. ji>«;5w H. IH5l.L2.ll 1 , Son Frauciico. AMKUICAN A.VD CHILE FLOUR AJJlj 11AULEY.—We arooon»Wutly renilvlui;, nnd olTcr lot sate, at current T»tn, in luta to anil nurolu i«m - OIIOIOB A MBit I UAH ANU CHILE KLOL Ii, ofapproved brand', oomptltilnu, Oal'"it", IL«xull- Ul.-htiio...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

SCHOOL LAND WARRANTS. For the information of those living at an inconvenient distance from the seat of Government, who wish to obtain Land Warrants under the act of the Legislature for the sale of the 500 thousand acres of School Lands, approved May 31, 1852, wo would state that, if it be not necessary that the applicant should in person come to the Seat of Government. The Land Warrants may be obtained in the following method, to wit: An affidavit of the applicant should be forwarded to the Comptroller, taken before a Notary Public, a Clerk or Judge of the County Court, or u District Judgo or Justice of the Supreme Court,setting forth the fact of wanting the land u for a permanent settlement thereon,'' and stating the quantity applied fop, (which cannot by law exceed WO acres) nnd also there should be forwarded to the Treasurer the required amount tor the payment for the Warrant at two dollars per aerc, in the '-lawful currency of the United States," or "Comptroller's Warrant* drawn...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

Alexander & melius, WHOLESALE and retail dealers in gen ml me rah undine, and commission mur chants, offor fur sale on themost accommodating tonus. ut their old established stand the moat externa ve aeaortment of artiolas suited to the WiUltn of the community io lie found in any establishment in California. amljaopo by their strict attention to tlitt interest* of thoae who amy intrust bueiuss* l4> their charge, and by tliuir weli known punctually in remitting proceeds, still tp merit a continuation uf the confidence qF their friends and the publio. my!7 Douglass dc Sanford, IjflORWARDING & Commission Merchants, San Pedro, California, are now prepared to forward goods to Los Angeles: ojao to receive, .store and forward them to San Frunciiico, Santa Marbara, &o, Douglass &. Sanford are not responsible for damage which may occur, from lire or water, to Goods upon storage. (•I)il<!$, Sticks & U adbams, DEA...

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Pacific Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

Pacific Railroad. It is surprising that a project of such vast importance as the union of the coasts of the United States by a Railroad, is suffered to slumber for a single day. Of the advantages of such a road, it would be superfluous to speak, for they must be manifest to the most obtuse intellects; the feasibility of the work is all that need excite the more earnest attention of the public. First and last, several routes have been suggested as practicable, but nothing has been effected towards even the preliminary survey of them,- and while thousands of dollars are expended upon Tehuantepec and Panama, the more feasible plan for a connection of the two oceans is entirely neglected. It has been suggested that a meeting of the friends of this great national improvement might accomplish Something towards exciting the interest of our people, and we hope the Press throughout the State will agitate the subject, and suggest some central point as the best adapted for such a meeting. ¶ In...

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Mad Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 August 1852

Mad Dogs. Two rabid dogs were killed in this city on Thursday, one of them having bitten his master. an Indian, on the hand. The poor fellow was taken to the blacksmith's shop, and his wound cauterized. The cry of 'mad dog' is no doubt often raised without sufficient cause, bufc every time we read of the death of a human being from that most terrible of all diseases, hydrophobia, we wonder that the whole canine race is not exterminated. One man's -life is of more consequence than all the dogs in the universe. Dogs possessing a single decent quality can be tolerated, and perhaps regarded with affection by fanciers of that anijpal; but those which infest this.city are generally of another breed—the veriest curs, with no redeeming trait, and it is astonishing they are suffered to exist while powder, lead and strychnine are so plentiful and cheap. At the least calculation there are two thousand of these curs, without master or home, perfect vagrants, roaming about the streets of Los Ang...

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