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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 February 1855

depress Companies. Southern Express, For Kern River Mines, Tejon Reservation, Elizatootia I^al£.o, AND San. IP o i-11 a ii"d o. ARRANUJEMKNT.V have been made ami horse* placed on the line for an Express to leave on the arrival of every steamer .... Kan Francisco. This Express will carry nothing !>"t patkages. and ;» through with speed. Every rffort will be made to deicrve patronage. Heavy package* forwarded by stage or wagons. febls-tf A. 8K1.1.. Jh. Adams cfc Co'b KXPItKSS TO GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. Ol'R regular Express will leave for GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, and intermediate settlements : the Monte, SAN BERNARDINO, COIJ) CREEK, JOHNSTON S SPRINGS, I'AROWAN, KED CREEK, EII.I.MORE CITY. NEl'Hl CITY, SUMMIT CREEK, I'AYSONS, 81'RINGFIEI.D, I'ROVO CITY, AMERICAN FORK, on the First of January, 1855. Mills of Exchange drawn, and collections attended to with prompteness. Letters, Parcels and Packages Forwarded. CHAS. R. JOHNSON, Agent Feux Tracy, Esq., Agent at Balt Lake City. dec-7...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 February 1855

ITtjal 3-Libfrtisfincuts. Sheriff's Sale. TTfTHEREAS the following persons have faiM to pay their V V Stat* and County Taxes for the /nr 1854, I will r" it the Court House Door, in the City of Lo* Angeles, public auction, on the !Mh Day of Fcbrurj, A. D. 1855, nt 10 o'clock A. M., the following property, or no much thereof an may be necessary to pny the amounts due by the persons to whom (became is miteued, to wit : 1 City J»t aud improvements In Lo* Angeles, assessed to Jesus Teresa BaUqsteros ; 3ft acres of hind, assessed to John Bowerder : 1 City Ix.t and improvements in Los Augrles, assessed to Maria Ballestero«-j 35 acres of land, assessed to Job* liraadrl ; 140 acres of land, assessed to Adam Bland ; 2 acres of vineyard and 1 City Lot in 1/js Angeles, assessed to IMrs of Cot a ; 1 acre ol land aud#mprovements in Los Angeles, assessed to Felipe Gonzales ; 10 acres of land in Los Angeles, assessed to Fernando flallardo ; Santa Cat alius. 30,000 acres, assessed to ffm. C. Getnian...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 February 1855

Salt Jfrmuisw St. Nicholas Hotel. Soulk wal corner of Sansomc auul Commercial Sts. BAX yKAXCWCO, CiL. n . 1 the UNDERSIGNED have leased the above new f-;-rW and COMUOIiINUS BRICK HOTEL. The Rooms is S i 111] are I*r o 'e. well ventilated and newly finished, and from its central position it is unsurpassed fur the iccomodatiou of transient and permanent boarder®Families can be accomodated with Single or Suites of It"is the intention of the proprietor* to keep the St. Nicholas as a Urst class hotel. The Table and bar will be tupnlied vritn the very best material the market affords. 1 Hi I.VTEKNATIOXAL HOTEL, ft -Jackson st, bet. Montgomery and Kearney, iliLli SAN FHASCISHO. The central position of this new Five-story Fire Proof Building, convenient to the steamboat landing and the business part of the city, render* it the most desirable "" tel in San Francisco. ' , Elegantly furnished and fitted up in the most approved slvle for comfort and convenience, and having a table spread with t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 22 February 1855

Salt jfrantisto IMtrtisratats. SECOND CALIFORNIA ART-UNION. DUNCAN'S CHINESE SALEROOM!, San Francisco. 3,000 Costly ami lleauttfnl Articles Vulatd mt $85,000! SHARES ONE DOLLAR EACH. CATALOG (J® Will be issued in a few days, embracing the liandsome.il array of goods ever offered bv our firio A $5,000 ISGOT OF COLD t Will be paid for No. I—being1—being the line painting of PSYCHE and AMOUR. No. :S,OW is a solid COLD TRUMPET, and plsctd at it niported cost. $4,000. There are also comprised in the collection SUPERB DIAMOND WORK, SOLID SILVER SETS, COSTLY WATCHES, GCLD MANUFACTURED GOODS, SILVER GOBLETS AND SALVERS, (made from coin), CLOCKS, PAINTINGS, &c. No article In the Catalogue will be of a leu vain* than $10. Tickets can be had of Vtil. B. OSBURN, Agent, decl4 Los Angeles. P. 11. Coming, GUJV, LOCK & WHITE SMITH LOCKS MADE AND REPAIRED. Salamander Safes Opened. All Woik Warranted. Also, constantly on hand and for sale, a large assortment Double mid Single ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

Cos 0t«f, VOL. 4. LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1855. NO. 42.

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THE THOUSAND DQtLAR BK.L AXD 'filR GOVERNOR'* VETO. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

THE THOUSAND DQtLAR BK.L AXD 'filR GOVERNOR'* VETO. Thi* Mil, w-hb'h. «" will be «erO, not (rffty rnak.-> Ihtuo who JtflRSeif il prrfrrrcd crrctitor* ofAlic I Stole, but actually providing f«»r t payment month* in a/hnnet', bun been pawed through hotli Houses, notwithstanding tho veto of tho Gorurftfr.) The amount appropriated, enr hundred and ft fly j thousand dollar*, or oue thousand dollar* each. nnd sixty day* pay to Liftbdntive officers and clerk* will notV dUe l*i many of them f"r Dearly feisty davs, uud will not bo doe to some (the EneranwMtA delerothm, for iUKtatice, who roceivo no mileage) until tho latter pint of March next.. Yet the bill low now Uecome a law bv a vole of two thirds of each IIoupc. aud id oppusltion to the veto nf iht! Governor. All the creditors of the Slate. every mi\n who ha* heretofore performed labor for the State, or ftrnbhed Btntloiu-rv, fuel, li-rhu iVniturw, Ac... must now stand •Hide- «nd wait for their par uni» tho and officers ot the...

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The "Bnr Skin." o weeks since. a voumr c [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

The "Bnr Skin." o weeks since. a voumr c "Sunw two weeks since, a young: gputlcuma Irort oneof the Soutlicfft Slates cumc to Wiuftiriklon. endeavor to obtain an npjoiutmeut In one <-t ibw new regiments about being: raised tor Mexico. It waa las llrst trip to the north, aud having traveled straight through from Atalanta to Washington, without stopping ou the road, lie had better < p| ortuuity \wfieiiKk than seeing thfc effect prodic d !by the change ofclimate. On the duy Hft.-r hiv- arrival he was Introduced, by the member from hi«! district, to s«Ycral young ladies, with "one oi whom it fell hi* lot to walk from Gadsby'« lo tie capi« tol. The lady was provided with a ponderous innf, now so fashiouablc an article of drug; at the north. Our hero was in a dilemma —what to call it, < r tof what purpose it was used, he did not iiiuu. but one thing he did know, and that was that i» anything but polite fer agenllemnn to allow u laOy lo bear such a buitken.....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

$&siittss Caxb. SAMUEL ARBUCKLE, Auction & Commission Merchant LOS ANGELES, CAL. Sale Room, Principal Street, Opposite Temple's Building. Sale* of MERCHANDISE every THURSDAY. M- Sales of HORSES and MULES every MOM AY. Particular attention given to the nalo of Real Estate. feb22 - tf Notice. THE undersigned having resigned the ofllce of County Judge of Los Angeles County, will resume the •-.the Law in tlie various State Courts, and in the District C.i'irt of the United States. . , «- om ™ '» T ™'' k "" BUiU " ,E ' "IS' NORTON". Los Angelas, January 25.1865 K. 11. Dlmmiclc, LTTORN'EY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Temple's ntiildiiw* M*in stre-Ht. Lo< nn\-.: ly C. X> Carr i TTORKEY AND COUNSELLOR AT i.AW- City of Lo« V. Angeles. '»• tf Doctor A. B. Ilanmnn, ENDERS his services to tlie citizens of Los Angeles and - its vicinity in the various hranches of the practice of Medicine. Oltice at the Bella Union. febl-tf T a D John O. Nichols, ROCERY A...

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

Salt or ilcnt. Fur Kent. TUB VINEYARD Bwonerty knoico o" thcLatnoroux 7lneyiml will be lot on reasonable term*. Enquire of U. C. CAIU>WBl,fc. VrnVAkllV, VlneyertJ. Enquire > frl>M-tf FARMERS, ATTEJTHH. Desirable farailna f.nml Fur Sale. Tilt" hat-lag had a pnrtlnn i»f hi» mnuh utir veved into H« «orc lot«, Wu«lM respectfully call th>- illtfrttlloo offuriucr. and Fruit W rower. t« »hu «Mne. Hour lot> ore aStuale.l M mJltf-. from Ausels* end 16 MilUs* ftumjBnu IV'Iru, on UierWer Sun (iitliriel, from which can , li« curtM A never Tallin* *h-l bountiful MWty of vretrr no liinrhtsb The* will br -ul.l very liiw iMiiiinacwniMo* with tl)i> time*. An opportunity ill hot* offered totuo public 1» k mo«f «U.lfiiUU« bomt«iwi<l. The lurmid |ilut imu Uu fOpa nl llte«»IEcfiOf J R, Jtorfmv, K*q.. to \» h-.|.i rvjofiic Ua be undo For farther jlafWetLu ■ ■lIL.-e or ol,tii» *JL>i6»ber. '■Mi M LBML-F.L rAfttfKTER. Ho...

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Calturo of the Gr*p«. Vanr rali'ililii ontTmri nn rronarnl nnH»r«t'An • [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

Calturo of the Gr*p«. Vanr rali'ililii ontTmri nn rronarnl nnH»r«t'An • £Os Stnx, THURSDAY, MARCH I, 1855. . JU&- Hereafter the Star will be issued on Satnrday initoad of Thursday. We are inluced to iuake thin change ou accooui of the irregularity of the itearaors. Many reliable authors on the general cultivation of the giape maintain that it Is not only an impetus to uational prosperity, but that it promotes tpmperauce and morality. S. J. Fisher, after a sojourn of several years in Europe, in speaking on this important subjcct says / "I have passed three yean in France, where I never saw a drunken Frenchman ; eighteen months in Italy, and in that time not an Italian intoxicated; nearly two years in .Switzerland, of which I cannot say the same ; h*rt 1 can safety aver, that 'during that period, I ifld not see twenty drunken men, and whenev-ir my feelings wen? pained at beholding a prostration ovir better principle*, it was invariably on some occasion "f extraordinary fes...

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VETOES. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

VETOES. Our readers will find on our first page tho vetoes nf Governor Bigler of the bill appropriating $1000 1o each member of the Legislature, and of the bill providing for the payment of the salary of the County Judge of Sacramento County. Let our citizens read and maturely reflect upon the evils Bueh legislation will inevitably'engender. In the former bill the Treasurer is required to pay the members in advance for their services, to the exclusion and serious discomfort of many worthy persons to whom the State is indebted. Such legislation cannot be otherwise than injurious to ♦be credit of our State abroad, and will have a direct tendency to depreciate all State securities. We are not surprised that many reckless politicians < should worm themselves into our legislative halls, and stand ready at any moment to fill their empty •pockcls by any means however desperate, but it . certainly is a matter of surprise and regret that our member from this city—one who was elect...

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DUaster to Uif Goliah. r< r> r.i p.... a 4~r a.lama h. Cr, 'a I [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

DUaster to Uif Goliah. r&amp;lt; r&amp;gt; r.i p.... a 4~r a.lama h. Cr, 'a I C. R. Johnson, Esq., Agcnl of Adams &amp;amp;■ Co. 8 , Express, informs us that the Goliah met with a serious disaster in the storm last week. The Goliah | experienced severe weather after leaving San Pedro, and when ofTthe coast of San Luis Obißpo her | tiller ropes broke, and she for a time became uu- : manageable. She shipped several heavy seas, j which put out her fires, and Capt.Erskine was ; obliged to bear away for Santa Barbara, at which place she arrived on Monday, the 19th inst. The steatner was strained in her hull very much, and was making water so fast, that it required her passengers and crew to keep her free. It was expected that the America would take her passengers to San Francisco; We understand that Mr- Willis, of the M®nte, had a large quantity of corn on board.

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ARRIVAL OP THK AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

ARRIVAL OP THK AMERICA. The steamer America, Captain Haley, arrivedat San Pedro on Tuesday afternoon last, bringing dates lrom San Francisco to-the 25th inst., and New York dates of the 27th u&amp;gt;t. She brought a large number of passenger*, destined for the Kern River Mines. The America left for San Francisco on Wednesday evening. Washington's birth day was celebrated in this city on the 22d inst.,by the City Guards, under the command of W. W. Twist. The fine and martial appearance of these citizen soldiers elicited . the warmest praise from the vast concourse of people who thronged our streets to witness their evolutions. After marching through our principal Btrccta, to the admiration of our citizens generally, thia fine corps retired to the vineyard of Don Luis ■ Vignes, for the purpose of target shooting. The prize for the best shot was a silver cup, and was awarded to John Moran. After three several shots at the target, the company partook of a collation provided for the...

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From Ktrn Illver Mines, Xfx T TT ITx.rKou ATtirnu jneaypntrPr ll&S ! [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

From Ktrn Illver Mines, Xfx T TT ITx.rKou ATtirnu jneaypntrPr ll&amp;amp;S ! j Mr. J. H. Hughes, the express messenger, has I politely given us the following items : Win. Ferguson, who killed Harris Caspar, lived !at gceenhorn gulch, some twelve miles from the store of Harris, to which placft he went and gave himself up, and is now awaiting the fuvther action of the miners who tried him. The Sonoranians and Mexicans becoming terrified and disgusted wilh the lawless acts of fa few of the Americans are leaving, at the same time stating that the mines are- of no accountWe are satisfied from the statement of Mr H. that all those who are working are making money, and th«! only drawback to minors at present is, the waut of water in the gulches, of which, they are daily expecting a supply. Mr.. Hughes left Kern River mines on Monday morning, and arrived in town m 48 hours, a distance of ttco hundred miles. The following letter was received at the office of the Southern Californian. Ker...

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Later from Salt Lake. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

Later from Salt Lake. Charles R. Johnson. Esq., will please accept our thanks for a full file of the Deseret News. We glean the following summary of news. The right to make a canal from the Big Cottonwood Creek to Salt Lake City, for the purpose of transporting the building stone for the Temple, is granted to Brigham Young, Isaac Chase and Fuamorz Little. It is contemplated to have it in readiness for boating by a year from June next. Our Mormon friends have social times in the Great Valley, j in attending balls, cotillion parties, and the theatre. The party who left Great Salt Lake City on! the first of January, returned on the 18th, having proceeded no further than Green River, on account of one of the head chiefs of the Snakes "Wash-e--keek," informing them that it would not be safe to go any further. Nothing was seen or heard, i of the mail due from Independence. Rumors were rife that the Sioux, and several other warlike tribes were waylaying the route, threatening that no white...

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• Thanks. W P. 1? T«U>,a. sL -r » 3 l rti (k ti ._ I [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

• Thanks. W P. 1? T«U&amp;gt;,a. sL -r » 3 l rti (k ti ._ I Johnson, Esq., of Adams &amp;lt;k Cd.'S Ex-j press, will please accept our thanks for an abundant supply of Northern and Atlantic papers. To Dr. H. R. Mylcs, agent of Wells, Fargo A Co., and J. W. Sullivan, Esq., of the Pictorial Depot, San Francisco, we are under renewed obligations for letters and papers.

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V. S. Land Commlulon. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

V. S. Land Commlulon. Tojssdat, Fan. 20, 1855. Clainu Confirmed. No. 365.—Benj. D. Wilson, et ut. f«r San Jose, Buenos Ayres, on« square league in Lob Angeles ooouty; clnlmjng from Michel toreua, 1S4II. No. &amp;lt;578.—Miguel Villagran, for Aguajito, flro bundred tara? ia SantaCruzcountv, claiming from Alvanwlo. 1S37, No. 501.—NlcolajDodcrci, forTresOjosde Agua, thirteen hundred vara?: claiming from JiiicheUo* rcna, 1811. Claim* Rejected. No. 746.—Henry W. Smith, for part or Las Pulgas,seven thousand acres In San Francisco county. The following case wua restored for trial:— No. Jftmesand Squire Williams for Arroyo de la Lagnna, one equara league In Santa Crua county. The Pulcas Ranch. The claim No. 746. which was rejected, wn* mode for 7,000 acres of the Pulgas Ranch. The petitioner claimed under a deed of conveyance from John b. SteinbiTger. in August, 1852. Steinbcrgcrclaiming to have acquired the ownership of the tract by purchase from the heirs of Lojl Ar^uello; and a|.«o c...

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San Francisco Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

San Francisco Correspondence. Sax Francisco, Feb. 25,1*855. Friend Waite—The boat leaves shortly, and but few moments are allowed me for writing,. The tremendous crash in monetary of the past few days have created a panic painful to witness and sickening to the victims. Page, Bacon &amp;amp; Co.. Adams &amp;amp; Co., "Wells, Fargo &amp;amp; Co., Dr. Wright, Robinson's Savings Bank, and your correspon dent's, have all" suspended. The precise date of our suspension has become a matter of doubt, as we were never known to have any funds worth mentioning, save the "quoins"" of the craft. — Wells, Ftirgo &amp;amp; Co. will re-open on Monday, as goo 1 as new, having closed their bank temporarily for the exclusive benefit of local depositors.— Adams &amp;amp; Co., it is believed, are "done gone." and the same may be said of Page, Bacon &amp;amp; Co., although in tbiß case, a diversity of opinions prevail. Money was never so scarce here as now, and many a hard working...

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Adams & Co. H| Tl,« #„11 t .1 /•. *. r [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 1 March 1855

Adams &amp;amp; Co. H| Tl,« #„11 t .1 /•. *. r The following card, from Mr. I. C. Woods, the resident partner of Adams &amp;amp; Co., was issued inconsequence of reports being circulated t®t he had net surrendered his private property to the Receiver: I beg to assure the public that Ad ams &amp;lt;#Co. have surrendered to the Receiver appointed by the Court, every dollar of theirs in money or property, and that auy word to the contrary is entirely untrue. My entire private property I have surrendered to the creditors of Adams &amp;amp; Co., subject to judgments in favor of clerks ot the concern, whose labor and fidelity have built it up, and whose earnings remained unpaid. I take leave to express again to our creditors in this city and throughout the mines, our determination that every dollar of our means shall be applied to pay them equally without preference of any. All eflorts to obtain such preference must necessarily be resisted to protect the rights of all, and...

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