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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852

.CARLOS SEXTON, Procurador y Abogado. 171 STE individuo pasa a ofrecer al publico A los servicios de su carrera, on los negooios que hay a que "transar en la corfc suprema de usfcioia do los Estados Unidos, en las demandas que so entablen delante de la ccmision de terrenos y en las que resulten presentarse contra los varios de quo se lialla constituido el Gpbierno General; y ante el Congreso; igualmen,to que en conseguir patentes, penBiones y terrenos que so den en premio de servicios, en recaudar deudas y herencias, y negociar la compra y venta de terrenos situado en cualquier parte de los Estados Unidos; y particularmente so halla prepurado a ocupar toda su atencion en seguir las demandas que se entablen delante de la coraision de terrenos bajo las estip,\ilacipnes de nuestro tratado hecho con Mexioo, como tambien en las causas de titulos do terrenos de California que pasen ala corte suprema de Jufticia de los Estados Unidos ,bajo apelacion. En todo tieppo se puedcn conseguir en a...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Star
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 16 October 1852

4-RMERO r CEKEAJEBO, ABRB areas de Fierro, Fabricante de cerroduras y las cojnpone Qareintera todas bus obras. Tiene constantejnentp q gran surtido para su expendio do escopotas de uno y dos Canones, Rifles, Pistolas, Polyorines y domas articulos pan* el uso de,l arma, los xue se venderan apreclosbarratos, igualmente que polvora y municlon por mayor y menor. Sues? tabloelmientosu balla en la calle del C'omercio, a pocos puertas mas abajo de la calle de Montgomery, San Francisco.—? Todo clase de trabajo que se ordene al mismo se le dara la debia datencion y cuinplimente en el tiempo que Bea sefialado.; Jel9 3m.ta Linia Establecida de Vapores Correos Entre San Francisco y San Diego, California EL VAPOR OHIO. suCapitan F. Hi Hard, continuara haciendo sus viajes por la costa dos veces cada mes dnrante la estacion proxi#j,a. cuya traveria efectuara entre los puertos de San Francisco y San Diego, tocando en los diversos puntos, Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara y San Pe...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Star
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

H 4 , GUN, LOCK, . fIALAMANDBR SAFES openeu , All work warranted. Also, constant.., "Ue, a largo assortment of Double and Single Uuns,Rilles ; Pistols. Gun Trimmings, St c.. &c., which will bo sold cheap. Powder and Shot at wholesale and retail. All orders for work promptly attended to. and executed at short notice. Commercial St., a few doors below Montgomery st , San Francisco, California. jelO tf , n , eWftndßplendid steamship SEA BIRD, SJaiMffiiCapt, Haley, will make regular trips between bau Urauoisco and San Diego, touching at Monterey Santa Barbara and San Pedro, leaving San Francisco on the 4th. 14th, and -4th of each month. Her accommodations for cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed ; and having a capacious and a|ry main deck, shippers of fruit will at once see the importance of shipping their produce by this steamer. Freight will be taken on the downward trips at $20 per ton. ior freight or passage apply on board, or to " GOODWIN & CO , Age...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

U firepiw Publications, Enjj uiayl7 CLAULxa Attorney and counsellor all business before the Commissio. United States Government for the settlen. in California. lie has an abstract of every t. and having expended much labor and means i rights oi tlio Uaiil'orniuns he hopes to receive a sjiarc patronage. Address CLAUDE JONES, Benicia. Referto GREGORY YALE, San Francisco. jy26 tf DOUGLASS & SANFORD Would announce to the citizens of Southern California, that they are now receiving, at their stores in San Pedro and Los Angeles, the Best selected Stock of Merchandise ever brought to this market, consisting of Dry Goods, Cutlery. Hard Ware, Provisions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, FARMING UTENSILS, Saddlery, Powder, Rifles, Shot Guns, Percussion Caps, Lead, Colt's Army and Navy Pistols, &c. &c., all ,of which they offer at Wholesale and Retail. Los Angeles, April 17, 1852. tf WANTED, at this office, and for which a liberal price ?.vijl b...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

equn vouch. this m of the b Los Ang L. Angeies, VITJ, CIVIL ENG. Is now pre 4 scription of draftii in Santa Barbara, ed with the greatest • with proper neatness Douglass Forwarding &; San Pedro, Californ to forward goods to Los A cei ve, store and forward theL Santa Barbara, &c. Douglass & Sanford are not damage which may occur, from to Goods upon storage. % AZARD & KUEM&, corner v. JLd Row, wholesale and retail dealt. goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Grot all kinds, &c., which we will always sell u lowest market prices for cash. N. B. The highest price always paid for gold dust. SOLOMON LAZARD, aplO-Xy MORICE KREMER. PUBLIC YOTICE. ALL PERSONS having claims against Jose Menendez, deceased, are hereby required to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from the date of this notice, to the undersigned, executor of the said Menendez, at the house of Indart Brothers, on Main street, in the city...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

Judgt Place o± Chino ppecj Judges, Theodore. voting, house of Isaac San Bernardino.—lnspe. Judges, David Selley, Daniel of voting, the house known as the San Salvador.—lnspector, Ignacio Sax~. Judges, Esquipla Garcia and Hypolite Espinosa. Place of voting, house of Lorenzo Trujillo. Roubideaux precinct.—lnspector Luis Roubideaux; Judges, Edward Callahan, Hiram Williams. Place of voting, house of Luis Roubideaux. Santa Ana.—lnspector, Leonardo Cota; Judges, PrudenciaYorba, Augustin Monte Largo. Place of voting, house of Bernardo Yorba. San Juan Capistrano.—lnspector, John Foster; Judges, Manuel Garcia, Santiago Rios.— Place of voting, house of John Foster. Published by order of the Board of Supervisors. Election Proclamation. I Tageneral election to beholden throughout the State of California, on Tuesday, the second day of November, 1852, the following officers are to be elected : Ist.—Four Electors for President and Vice President of the United States. 2d. —Two Members of Congress. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

tially < fourths newspapers pers da, will p. the United St.-u the office where the. this rate. The Bill making appi passed. The French Spo. land distribution bill, with lost, the Homestead bill was propriation bills passed excei of th« roads ic Missouri and Ai A great deal of important bus.u. the next session. The Tehuantep question, the Freaah Spoliation bill, ai< lief of Texas Creditors, are among the nu demand action then. Beautiful Extract. There has been such an universal burst of adm the peerless manner in which Mr Burlingame alludec houn, Clay, and Webster, in his Oration delivered K, city, that we give the following extracts : and we can sai. 6ay, that for touching beauty and eloquence, thi-y are surpassed in the English language—and when it is reme,„ bered that his whole Address was extemporaneous, the mind will wonder bow such beautiful passages could gush from the deep fouatof the human heartat will.—New Londc n fetar. "Mr Websieris the only survivor...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

M J the a some a reward it always the io colonization .ined California by treaty guaranteed to ts which they had accan government—promprotect them in the free oir property as well .as their Jon. If Mexico had established lOnating lands to settlers in Caliif men under that system have ac.cts of land, what matters it whether jnt of such tracts are eleven -leagues or «n acres—is not our government just as wtmnly bound to confirm the one as the othV? The United States donated to settlers in Oregon six hundred and forty acres ; and Mexico donated to settlers in California eleven leagues. The principle is the same, originating in the same.motive—a desire to people a remote territory not possessing sufficient attractions to entice a population which could develop its resources and give aid and succor to the central government. Mexico, granted, large tracts of land, with •certain conditions, some of them, from their very nature, requiring a long period of time -for their fulfilment. The que...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

Public Meeting. Santa Barbara, Oct. 14, 1852. At a meeting of the citizens of Santa Barbara County, ; without regard to party politics, held pursuant to a pubiic ' call, at the house of Messrs Burrongh and Hearne, for the purpose of nominating candidates to be supported at the forthcoming eloction, C. It. V. Lee was called to the Chair, and J. W. Burrough appointed Socretary. The following ticket was unanimously nominated. For Congress—George B. Tingley, J. A. Mcßougal. Judges Supreme Court—A. P. Crittenden, S. Bucknor, Clerk Supreme Court—P. K. Woodside. Assembly—N. A. Den, J. A. Tidal. County Clerk—J. W. Burrough. District Judge—A. P. Ilinchnuic. Sheriff— Thomas Gannon. Assessor —E. S. Hoar. District Atloreey—W. Heath. County Treasurer —H. S. Carnes. Public Administrator—Thomas W. Harper. Justices of tlie Peace—Octaviano Gutieraz. P. McGuire. Coroner...David Streeter. Constable.. .G. Millhouse. On motion, carried, that the foregoing ticket be published in the Los Angeles Star. On ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

JAMES WILSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, SAN FRANCISCO, JCAL. WAVING ceased to be a member of the Board of Land Com- -»«• missianers, the undersigned offers his services to the land proprietors in this State, in the preparation and presentation of their claims, and the arguing of the same before the Hoard. Oflice in San Francisco. JAMES WILSON. TONES & CO.—Corner Battery and Clay streets, have now O on hand landing hoax variods clipper ships, which they offer at low prices, the following list of goods, via : Grain llungarianßoots, Wax do do Calf Boote of all qualities, Kip do do do Calf Brogans, Kip Brogans, Patent and enameled Brogans, Patent Leather Waiters. do do Congress Gaiters, do do Oxford Ties, do do Opera Boots, Wax and Grain Leather Boots. —ALSO— A general assortment of boys, youth's and children's boot* of all kinds. Also, a great variety of Ladies' Shoes, Leather, Woolen Hose, &c. gep4 ' .i,,,™ FRANCISCO CHEAP BOOKSTOKE. WIIL subscribers havi...

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Advlertcse. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

Advlertcse. En nuestro Gobierno hay una ley que da cl previlegio a sus ciudadanos de plantarse sobre los terrenos valdios de la Nation, y sin titulo o patente adquerir por medio de una posesion positiva un derecho a dicho terrcno hasta la cantidad de ciento sesenta acres. Cuyo terrcno les cuesta diez realcs por acre, asi que cl agrimensor del Gobierno haya mapeodo aque11a localidad. i'sta ley se llama do "Preemption," y favorese en gran mancra a nuestros cultivadores laboriosos, en poder avanzar y cmprender sus miras, sin tener obstaculo de guardar los movimientos de los empleados del Gobierno a veces por anos.—Los agraciados se 11a*nan squateadores. Los terrenos valdios de los Estados-Unidos ■■ion muy grandes, tan grandes que de cllos so pudiara formar varios Gobiernos de los do la Europa. El Estado nuestro fue ocdido como todo cl mundo lo sabe por el Gobierno Mejieano, cuyo gobierno cedia nocientoy sesenta acres.pero asta once leguas. Por otra parte demoro tanto cl congreso nuestr...

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K1 CaiigAiH. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

El Cangaru. A pesar que muchos do nuestros lectorcs s&b?n bieli que el Cangaru esun animal que„habita y solamente se halla en el Australasia; sin embargo, tal vez pocos son los que hayan tonido el gusto de cxaminarlo, sino por medio •de algunas estampas. Por este motivo daremos una leve idea estrano animal cuando Uegue ser domesticado. Como posee las piernas may largas, y las j manos muy cortas, no se lialla amante de andar como los demas cuadrupedos, sino que camina poi brincos: y domesticado en una casa jamas esta quieto ni por un momento. Do repente lo vera uno en la cama que parece quo ya va a dormiar pero no, de un salto se pone a pie en medio del cuarto, siguo brincando por todas partes, registra la mesa, voltea cuantos papeles encuentra;si encuentra frutamejor, de una que otra mordida a ella ylo deja para v>rincarafuera, adonde permanece poco, porqu« de pensarlo,esta otra vez en la cama. Asi 6 inquieto animalito toda la santa noche; de ido que se puede ...

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B1 nuevo agentc dc los Indios. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

El nuevo agente de los Indios. La satisfaccion universal demostrada por cl nombramiento de Don Benito D. Wilson, al empleo de Agente de los Indios, es la mejor prueba que puede haber,de que'es.bueno y bien atinado el dicho nombramiento. El Senos Wilson es muy al alcance del carac:fcer Indiano,ly ha visitado la mayor parte sino todas las tribus al rededor do cien millas de este •lugar. En casos en que.habido dificultades entre olios mismos, siempre lo han busoado como inediador, y no pasa semana sin quo llcgan algunos capitanes a su residencia pediendole su ayudo y proteccion. El Senor Wilson admita su empleo, tanto para asegurar pazy justicia para los Indios j •como por su buena disposiciones do sorvir al gobierno de los Estados Unidos, hasta dondo este «n su alcance. Consideramos'a dicho nombramiento, como el medio de conseguir y asegurar una paz permanente, con todas aquellas tribus que anteriormcnte han dado tanta guerra a este Condado.

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I£l Patrlarca do Santa ltarbara. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

I£l Patrlarca do Santa ltarbara. £1 Heraldo, periodico publicado en San Francisco haco una relation dctallada de los individuos de que se compone la familia del Senor Don Jose Noriega que reside actualmonte cn Santa Barbara. El numero colectivo de esta os de setenta individuos el que se hallan comprcndidos hijos y yernos, hijas y nueras, nietos y tataranietos, todos los que felizmcnte no se liallan sujetos alpresento a doleneia alguna de gravedad. Don Jose es cierfcamente una de aquellas res- * potables personas, cuya larga existencia acompanada de tantos incidfcntes singulares la Providencia habiendo seguido los leyes do su naturaleza misteriosa ha decretado que alcance hasta nuestros dias con el objcto especial do presentar claramente a nuestra vista la memoria fiel y instructiva de los tiempos y hechos pasados. Segun lo que so nos viene de informar por noticias exactas que hemos recibido sobre el particular, este Senor se aproxima a la edad avanzada de 87 anos, habiendo obscrvado...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

ii "I TXO DE LOS MUCHACHOS," en un U aviso publicado en la Estrella de Los Angeles, el dia 2 del presente, hace cargo a la convcncion democratica delcondado, verificada el 23 del pasado, de haber obrado sin contar eon la autoridad del partido, y sin euidado por el interes de la democracia generalmente; es enteramente falsa la acusacion como probaremos y una tentativa miserable a " Buncurn." i El hace una relacion de los delegados quienes estuvieron en la Convencion, corno sigue: '•Once trabaj adores mas de los Angeles: dos delegados de San Jose, uno de San Gabriel yun Caballaro de San Bernardido," y casi en el siguiente parrafo nos dice que el limite de San Bernardino fue enteramente desatendido, de una contradicion tan patente de nosotros no pide comentario. La convcncion democratica fue llamado y constituido, como todos las demas convencionos politicas, —una reunion en masa de la democracia tuvo lugar el 1. ° de Setiembro, en el cual, fueron representados todos los ciudadanos de n...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 23 October 1852

WlrfffS UOa roufiinn.i'i'ijciiio.s quo no, .Vi la t,u rioron, u/'biu. hubor sidu eu olgnn osoaro y aocroto rimion; nuucu. fue mas Burpreudidn turn coraunidud, qua cnando lit. vardud J'uo uuunuiada on los ttvimvs, six efocfca fiio uloutirieo. Uuoh cloa 6 trob Wbiga deaeaporados, pur al mo men to rovivuiorciii, y tuerou nidus preguniundo en dondo Jiab" rouoion y eaprommdo una grando fcornroaa cl ucio al otro, (ioclnrando quo nil mm. hauian oido do than, quo dn hw sieto originates quo hac<* uu lino quo so raunleran ou hi cju-a dc marco, do lnmontar ano eou al.ro lo entero demolition whlgg< iv -..'.r- ii - oi tffta del mar pacitioo. Pero in idi/gm era de oorba duraeiou, smiguinario Punl pry, onvidioj:.) dc 1a pcqucna feiicidad quoestoa liuneutoms estiban gnzando- j y quioii, oomo aparece, hab'ui ntdo so* preaumid».s_ ennewctulooioiiuo, interrampio eu jubiloo, dioiftndolrjB quo nt.uvf.irui deaenguiindo;-: etmndo quo, solum an to loa skto originalo* quudabtiu IHjo qu...

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