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IVcgros Amorcs. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 September 1852
Negros Amores. Por una negra senora ud negro galan doliente, negras lagrimas derrama de un negro pecho que tiene. Hablola una negra noche, y tan negra que parece que de su negra pasion el negro luto le viene. Lleva una negra gaitarra, negras las cuerdas y verdes, negras tambien las clavijas por ser negro el que las tuerce. Negras pascuas me de Dios. si mas negros no me tienen los negros amores tuyos que el negro color de allende. Un negro favor te pido, si negros favores vendes, y si con farores negros un negro pagar se debe. La negra senora, entonces enfadada del negrete, con estas negras razones al galan negro entristece. Vaya moy en hora mala el negro que tal pretende, pues para galanes negros se hicieron negros desdenes. El negro serior entonces no queriendo enegrecerse mas de lo negro, quitose el negro sombrero y fuese.
nog (jueda que ver ynt [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 September 1852
nog (jueda que ver ynt Reside en Paris desde algunos dias, dice el Journal du Havre de 14 demarzo, un individuo que juega al billar eon mucha habilidad con su naxiii, por medio de la cual obtiene efectos inaudito. Presentado en un circulo de la calle de Rioheliu, ha dado en presencia de una galeria de habil es aficinados. Una brillante prueba de su destr-aza. Un poeta mui celebre del Mediodia de la Franeia quiso luchar cou el. pero fue derrotad o a la primera partida y en el desquite. Lojmas curiosoes verlo levantar la bola pegada ala tabla. En presencia de esto dificultad es cuando desplega mas destreza y etratejia. Una gran partida debe tener lugar en el corriente ines. Cnantos aficionados encierra Paris debe asistir a aquella sesion. M. Jorge Brown el mas'escelente jugador de Londres, se ha presentado apostando cien libraa eaterlinas, y la apuesta ha sido aceptada. Un medico ha ezaminado la nariz de aquel estraordinario jugador y jno ha encontradode notable mas que la dureza del ...
Muerte de un Marino. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 September 1852
Muerte de un Marino. La Francia acaba de perder al contra almirante Ducrest de villenueve, que se encontrd stendo teniente de navio abordo del Temible, eo el desastroso combate de trafalgar. Este I ilustre marino ha muerto viotima de una apo* | plejia fulminante, cuando se hallaba todavia, j a pesar de su anoianidad, lleno de vigor y de I ealud.
Xotlclas varlm. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 September 1852
Xotlclas varlm. I El ouballero Uuboinan, Austriuuo Eneargu- [ dodo IVegociua en Washington, ha reoibiclo permiao de au gob'iurnopara ausontarae de bu puesio pur ud tennino limitadu Debia purtir iij ai luugu piira Europa. El gob'.erjjo Turoo ba aument&amp;do uonsidorablomentu el numuru de sua y&amp;paws do guarra. Actuftloiuoto tiene diozy ooho, contando todoa una fuerau do 3,700 caballoa. L.v puknsa de Paris.—Da oorresponsal de la Iiitlepvidencia de Bruselua, dice que los pOriodieos do l'tufa Licnen la circulaoion quo eapreanu eataa cifraa Coiulititfionnel 28,000 cjemplarea, Siede 23,000, Pre me 10,000, Juinal da Debuts 14,000, Pay* 32.000, E*t!ifeUe 12,000, yitstmblee Rationale 9,000 Union 5,000—A su ultimo oumple aoos Loia Napoleon tenia cuaronia y uuatro abos- — Doa vaporcs aeLan enoontrado da Nueva York, para aumeutar la linea de Nicaragua para Califoruiu. Estadistica dui, cafe, —En la aesion celcbrada el 10 do enero proximo paaado por la aociedad astadiatiea do ...
Pengaitilentoa y Mail man. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 September 1852
Pengaitilentoa y Mail man. E) deabunor ca la muorte dul hornbre mural E» mas facll extloguir un primer deaeo'que Hatwfaoer tod&lt;w los que le aiguea Los bumbres diuen do lax mujerev t»du la que lea place ;las mujorta haoen do loa Uumbroa todo lo quo quieron. Lavidu en un avarn ea una aumediiu de que no so aplaudo aino la eacena que 'la tormina. El trabajo es el oenttnola de la virtud. Cuandu estea triale, jira lotrou do oambiu L-onira ol por lienir; olios podrfin aor protoatada8 al Yonoimiento; pero j.quo iwporta, cou la .que el proaonU&gt; Jaa deacuente? La juatic'.a es lu vunganr.a dul hombre aooial, como la vengauxa e.s la jnatioia del hombre aalvajo. Laa paxionol aoToa hombroa aon maa funcat.ua al jeneru humano, quo laa convulsionea de la naturalcza. El ogoiata on arriosga nada en ol trato de los toombres cl participu de todoa bus gooud, y no eo id&amp;ntiiioa con ninguna de aus pen us.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 September 1852
GREGpRY'S EXPRESS. yyjV To tlie Atlantic States and Europa r c by thoaomi-mouthlv steamers, and ■teBssaai to the Sandwich lalandfrand China by American alippor-built sailing voswela. Valuable package* ii»Bared r u,nd forwarded by every steamer between the following Agents. uffieim. Messrs. Thompson &amp; Hitchcock, New York. " Bt-iB. Wigehw, - New Orleans. ,f John W. Hart, - Liverpool, G.E.Clark, - Sacramento, " F. Rumrill, - - Muryaville, R. G. Williams, - Monterey. *' G.W.Liusloy, - Trinidad, M ttjuketson &amp;. Co., + Portland, 0. T. " Mitchell &amp;. Hutching Honolulu, S. L. " Kan, Runucli- &amp; Co., Panama. To and Irom Sacramento City, Marysville and Mookton daily, and to all parts of the initios on* the arrival of each steamer. . N. B.—$u connexion with any other line or Express company; the undersigned being responsible for, and guarantees tno utmost possible despatch -with all express matter deposited aaabove, JOSEPH VV. Gi&lt; EGORY,...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 18 September 1852
Blacksmlthlng, etc. TUEODOKE BOSS and HEN KY JARBOE Inforn tU» citizens of LO3 Angeles th*t they havu takeaa shop a •Ally opposite the foot of Commercial street, aud a short distance south of Bell's Row, where they are prepared to perform all kiuds of biacksmithing and coppersmith work. Particular attention will be paid to the repairing of carriages. The advertisers can satisfy the citisens of this county that they experienced and skillful workmen. Every description ef work in their line will be executed with neatness and dUpatch. sepll tf STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Los Angeles. Probate Court of Los Angeles County. To all whom it 'fauy concern : On the 18th day of Sept., A. D., 1852, will betaken the proof of the last Will and Testament ot Jose A. Menendei, deceased. at the Court House, in the City of Los Angeles. As witness my hand as Clerk of Probata Court, and there being no seal of said (l. a.] Court provided, 'my personal seal affixed this Bth day of Sept., A. D., 1652. WIL...
The Appropriations. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
The Appropriations. The following extracts from the Aut making appropriations for the expenses of the government, (passed at the luet session •«£ Congress,) cantata every thing particularly interesting to ibis eeotion of California : JUDICIARY. For salaries of the district judges, e.evoutytwo thousand dollars. Aud the district judge of the northern district of California, until otherwise provided by law, shall ho judge of the southern district in that BLate, with an additional oompoDiAtion of fifteen hundred dollars, ho long as he discharges the duties of both districts. And an appeal from all final judgments and deorcQH rendered in any of the district courts in California, in catoa of eqttity, of admiralty, and maritime jurisdiction, and ofprir.e or no prize, when thu matter in dispute* osclusive of cost, shall exceed the sum or value of two thousand dollars, shall bo allowed to the Supreme Court of the United States, and upon such appeal the like proceeding* shall bo hud as now pr...
Whit Private Enterprlze and Energy can do. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
Whit Private Enterprlze and Energy can do. Orjly three years ago, when Mr. Gregory landed at San Francisco, an Express on the Pacific Ocean was entirely unknown. By his industry and reliable regularity, exerted to meet the wants of California, he has established offices of his .Express in this city, Boston, Honolulu, (Sandwich Islands,) Hong Kong, (China), New York, Liverpool, London, and Paris, to each of which Gold Dust. Letters, etc., are forwarded via Nicaragua, in charge of special faithful agents. But the fame of this Express has been acquired chiefly by the two facts that, running via Nicaragua ;irid New York, they have delivered gold at the Bank of England in thirty-eight days! and also delivered a chest of tea to President Fillmore, at Washington, only seventy-two days from J/ong Kong. China, via San Francisco ! .V 0. True Delta.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
GUN, LOCK, AND WHITE SMITH, SALAMANDHK SAKK3 opeued ; Locks made And repaired All work warranted, ANu. ooualAHtl* it. linnd and for «*la, a Iftrsjrj aMortruuut or Double and Single Parcel Shot fluun. KHIik. Pistol* •lUttTrimmlnfi, &amp;R„ Ate., wWfh will be told ch«ap. Powrti-r and Shoe at wbnli-Ale and retail, All order* for work promptly attended to, ami executed at short not!c«. Commercial at., a few dOOM Iiolow Montgomery 6t, Sad Frandnao, California. tf Till! n»wnod fplendld MAnnuhip SEA BIRD, jSriBJaa&amp;JJ&amp;pl- ll.ii.iv, *ui rfgulor trlpa between femi »"tauci»&lt;iii and Sua UiDgo, touching at Miiiiterey, Santa Barbara .'.ml Sun Pedro, leaving San IVnoclico on Urn -lib. 14th, nod *24ch or Mich month Rvt nci , .imuii&gt;dutlou« for cabin and atpi-rage flftSKeng«i» ur&lt;&gt; itDSarpamiMl : und having a CAjiikrjuiiM and airy main il*nft. sblpp&gt;*m «ifftult, will ut once aea the important or shipping their pro...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
CTATJB OP CALIFORNIA, County of Lob Augelei. Probate l.oiut. Tit all wlioiu It nut)- ewieuru : On the 19lb «1lty nf October A r Il.liG2, will be taken tbe proof uf i.be Iii&gt;t Will and Teetumuut ofLmudrn Hnrixna. d.cywed, at lint Court House in tho oily of Lv* Angele*. at 10 o'clock. A. M. As witness my hand an 01«rk of the Probate Court iif Lob Angeles, iitjtl Uture beingan n-ul of said Court (L. d.) aa yel prurlded, mjr pnritonal xitol alHs?il clila «tll Jay i»r0 pin tier, A. D. I8W. „ . WILSON VV. JONSS, Glexk, " ccg2t per H. R. MYLRS. Deputy. fTHK aOBSiJItniBR wfiultl aall tho attention oftbirae Inter* .« esiud. to the purchase of bl*pnijierty, cjuiitstinf of a (jarden near ll»i» water, three bouses, scow- lot*, and two tracts of planting ground, *&lt;■ RAFAEL GALLAUDO. UlaukiiuMUlnKi etc. ffianOUOUK ROSg anil 111SN TtY JAJlUOB Inform tho A eUistms of Los Anffiilf* thic they have tnb«u a sbnp nearly opposite Uii&gt; fuOt «ifOorain-nJiU utreet. and a abo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
The Steamer OHIO, Capt. F. liillinard, will continue to inn semi, monthly during tho ensuing season between San Franciaou and San Diego, touching at Santa Cruz, Monterey, Sun Luis oblspo, Santa Barbara and San Pedro. This steamer, having undergone a thorough overhauling, offers tho aaitet and moat comfortable to travellers up and down tho i:oa*fc of any boat running. The berths aro all in largo State room*, und the oLuorageiB udmirably arranged l'ur the convenience of pasHengura. For freight or pa&amp;iaga apply on board, or to J. Lyons, Fremont Htroot, San Francisco, tf lVuson'9 Coasting Line. Tho subuoribwr lias novr completed all .necessary arrangements for running a .regular lino of Vessels between this port and San I'fiiiro. He lms bkken a Btoro house on Sacramento street Wharf, whore ho can bring hia vessel alongside, thus saving expense of cartage and wharfage. The UR1G FREMONT and another vessel of et]ual capacity will nly semi-monthly, touching at the intermediate p...
The Land Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
The Land Commission. Tlit Senate having delayed action on the nominations by tho President of the Board of Commissioners for settling Land Claims in this State, until the close of the session of Congress, tho Poard bar necessarily been acting in a stato of uncertainty since tho latter part q1 August. Within a few days past information has been received of the rejection of Commissioner Wilson and the confirmation of Commissioners Hall and Thornton. Commissioner Thornton, we understand, was of opinion that it would be unsafe for the remaining Commissioners to act without taking new oatbs of office under their new commissions, and for the purpose of taking such oaths before a competent officer he left here on Thursday morning to take passago in the Ohio for San Francisco. The office of the Commission is however kept open for the reception of claims, and Commissioner Hall, who appears to have been of a different opinion from his associate, remains for the purpose of continuing the busin...
The Kew Indian Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
The Kew Indian Commissioner. The universal expression of satisfaction at the appoii.iiiwifit -A' SA*. Benj. D. Wilson to the office of Indian Commissioner, is the surest evidence that the appointment is a good and proper one. Mr. Wilson is thoroughly ac-! .quainted with the Indian character, and has visited most, if not all, the tribes within one hundred miles of this point. In occasions of difficulty between themselves he is always looked to as a mediator, and scarcely a week passes that does not bring some of the chiefs to his residence, invoking his aid and protection. Mr. Wilson accepts the office as much from a desire to secure peace and justice to the Indians, as from a disposition to render to the government of the United States Whatsoever service may be in bis power. We regard the appointment as securing permanent peace with all those tribes which have, in times past, been bo troublesome to this county.
Clerical Force 111 the Land Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
Clerical Force 111 the Land Commission. By the civil and diplomatic appropriation act of the last session of Congress, a portion of which will be found on the first page, it will be perceived that the clerical force in the offioe of the Board of Land Commissioners, is reduced from five to three. We are informed that this reduction was made without the knowledge of the Board, and that,under the recent law re- i quiring two copies of all the papers to be made in each case decided, one to be sent to the Attorney General, and another to the Clerk of the District Court, it will be altogether impossible for the clerical forco retained in the office to perform the duties which the law requires of them. It is to be regretted that Congress •hould have thus blindly legislated on the •übjecb.
Tli« Tulares. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852
Tli« Tulares. Two of the chiefs of the Tulare Indians have been in town during the past week, endeavoring to seek redress for somealledged aggressions committed by their white neighbors. They say that some white people have encroached upon their grounds near the Four Creeks, and have taken prisoners several of their children. Mr. Wilson, to whom their complaints were made, dismissed them with the promise that he would look into the matter and would use his endeavors to see them righted. The Col'rth. The District Court adjourned sine die on Saturday afternoon, the last act of the Judge being to pass sentence upon Juan Moran. convicted of manslaughter. Tie eenAence was a fine of five hundred dollars, and imprisonment at hard labor, for the term of three years, in the State Prison On the succeeding day, Moran was dispatched to the State Prison in ouotody of deputy-sheriff Work. The Court of Sessions adjourned on Thursday. No trials were had. The indictment against W. A. Cornwall was or...