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

CA.LENDA.IUU. Para el mod tie Abril AERIL 30 Dias. .<& EcUi tae> »<iU calieulo, nu Mif'iii** iluvia* ] rrcc dii03 lie Uji<ir.itn> impuiu ««. KL DIA 10 «OL EN TAtttO.fuov. 1 Santa Ti tfl'ira m , Meliton Ob. Viem. 2 {[He tiulorti ] S. Fraa < l< > do Paala. 2£ab. 3 Xtba. Ska df. j.a Pikdad, Sun Uieavdn Ob. y ® Itenito do Pal-., Dom. -1 T £J3e /Jd/fjii..] San foiduru Obispo. Luna - f •* hu 7 ij 4'j uiUtutos tic hi tihi- | /In mi. Cnhr o [Sun/a.J San Viconto Ferrer, abogadn do lnsparturienta.i. Mart. 6 [Santo.3 S. Celesiino P., a. Cedso 0. Micro. 7 •} S Epifauiu Ob. y sau Alberto Confcsor. Jucv. 8 $ N T (sJ&to") S. Dioadnio Ob. y C. VJvrn fl{ N T ysAJrro) San Exeumcl Profetft y santa Mivria t'leolaa. y la Magdalena fuorou las quo acuwpanaron a M. a Sma. on fin araarga sob/dod.) Sta. Casil'la V. Sab. 10 ] [/)■• (Jioriti ] Sati .tyolowoy sun I'mupeyo nirs. Pom. 11 [Piinc. dc Raiu...

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

AVISO. La Cortc del JJistrito del primcro Distrito Judicial del Estado de California, tondra bus sesiones en el condado de los Ange- , lea, el aegundo lanes de Febrero, en el primer luncs do Junio y en el primer lunes de Octubre del presente ano: yen el condado de San Diego, en el tercer lunes de M&tzck en el primer lanes de Julio yen el primer lanes de Noviembre del mismo ano. 0. S. WILHERBY, a3 3t Juez.de Distrito. MYRON NORTON. A BOG A DO. ticne su oficina en la caaa de el senor del Yalle, en frente de la plaza. Los Angeles. feb 7 tf AVISO. El abajo firmado, habiendo recibido variaa informacionea de que algunos individuos eatan dando rodeos, corriendo animalea, robando lena y maderaa de las tierra(do Santa ylnita y San Francisquito: previeno que todo aquel que en adelante fuese hallado- : cometiendo eatoa desordenes sin su permiso, sera requerido para pagar todos los danoa y perjuicios que scan ocasionados. ENRIQUE DALTON. Angeles, Diciembre 27 de 1851. CASANUEVA Y JO...

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LEYES DEL EST A 1)0. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 3 April 1852

LEYES DEL EST A 1)0. LEV Rclativa al arrreglo de Bienes de Difun- j tos. (Continuation.) y el otorgamiento de dicho inventario, podra exigirse, previo aviso, por medio de aprehension o remocion de empleo. Sec. 114 El albaceao administrador tendra derecho a la posesion do todos los bienes raises y muebles del difunto, y podra recibir his rentas y utilidades de los bienes raises hasta que searregle la hacienda, o hasta que se entregue por orden del juez testamentario k los herederos o legataries y conservara en buen estado de arrendamiento todas las casas, editicios y pertenencias fijas que esten bajo su dominio Sec. 115. Los bienes muebles del difunto que lleguen al poder del albacea o administrador, seran responsables en primer lugar al pag«) de las deudas y gastos, y si los £ fee tos, muebles dereehos y creditos en poder del albacea o administrador no fuesen suficierites para el pago de las deudas del difunto, los gastos de administracion y la cantidad seiialada para la mantencion ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 3 April 1852

SKPLESENTO A LA ESTRELLA DE LOS ANGELES- 3 DEABRILDEIBS2.

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L EYES DELE ST Al) o". [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 3 April 1852

L EYES DELE ST Al) o". LEY Relativa al atrreglo do liienes do Difun- ] tos. El Pueblo del Estado de California, representa- ! do en el Senado y Asamblea, deer eta lo si-: guiente: |_C.APILCLO I.] Jurisdiccion. TITULO I. Seccion 1. El tribunal de condado mientras este on sesion con el objeto de ti'utar sob re asuntos testamentari s llevara el nou.bre Un '•Tribunal Testamentario,'' y eljuez de condado sera ex officio, Juez testamentario. Sec. 2. Los testamentos se verificavan y las cartas testamentarias d de administration se otorgaiau : 1. Kn el condado en que residia el finado al tiempo de su muerte o inmediatamente antes, sea cual fuese el lugar de i sufalleeimiento: ... j 2 En el condado en que hay a muerto. si dejo bienes en el ] y no fuese resideute del Estado. 3. En el condado en que cualquicra parte de sus bienes se halle. babiendo moerlo el fuera del Estado y no habiendo sido resideute de el al tiempo de su failecimiento. Sec 3.' Cuando los bienes del finado se eucuentren en ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Cos 2lugcle& Star. VOL. 2. LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1S52. NO. 10.

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Fourth of July at San Pedro. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Fourth of July at San Pedro. From ucir own On account of the Fourth of July occurring on Sunday, it was previously agreed upon by the City Council uf San Pedro (but the celbrution should take place ou the Monday following. Accordingly, ou time day. long before the sun hud risen iVoin hU toad in the east, many of tho citiae.n of our small though very important city assembled in tlie public .square, where the precession war? to form. The tiercu roaring of artillery, and the sharp, quick report*. of muskets, rifles and other small urms. awoke thoHe of our citi/nuH who were still sleeping, and all now hastened to the public square. O! It was a glorious sight. The huh now shone brightly in the eastern horixon, presenting the appearance of an immense uiusa of sparkling gold. Far out in the buy, with their flags waving gracefully ut the must* beads, aud riding proudly at unohor, were to he seen the beautiful uud fast sailing shins "Rebecca," "Julia," " Alice" un<l many others. t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

(Expresses «nt> Stwnu'vs, G(t2(aUllY*S EXPKESS, To the Afclantiu State**and Europe fV A. I by tins soui i-monthly .steamers, and «ss?s-:issdi> to tU« Sandwich l4undanudCiiiua. by Aworieau clipper-builtsailing vessels Valuable packaged insured. nail forwarded by ©very stoamor between the following Agents. Offices, * Messrs. Thompson & Hitchcock, New ork " E. B. Higgins, - Naw Orleans. " John W. Hart> • Liverpool, 41 G. E. Clark, - * Sacramento, " F. Iluinrill. - • • Murysville, " 11. G. Williams, - Mi nforcy, M G. W. Linsley, - Trinidud. " liicketsonAL Co , - i'uvtland, O. T. 11 i\l itoliidl & 1 luroltin» Honolulu, S* 1. " llsii" 1 . ItounoN <t i «.<. I'j. To and tram SaorAMcntaiCity, .Marysvilleand Stockton daily. and to all p&vts of the mines on the arrival of oai.h steamer. IV- Ji. —No ounmojjion Willi any other lino or Express company ; the undersigned being responsible for. una guarantees ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Business Cards. <> ¶ Alexander & Mellus, ¶ WHOLESALE and retail dealers in genral merchandize, and jfiommlksioii mer •iluitiLs, oiler fur gale on thoiuost accommodating terms, at their old established stand tho moat oxten-iiv uisortnioct nl articles suited 10 the wants <>T the community to bo found in any oatahlisbmGtu in California. and hope by their strict attention to the interests of those who may intrust to their charge, and by llieir well known puuciaalty in rouiifcijig proceeds, still to merit A continuation oi'tbo confidence oF »'"*ir friends and the public, my 17 Dou *ins* cV Guilford, & CoM'Mjrtion Merchants. Srtii Pf«l rii.® I-iiV-Ti . aro BOW prepared til forward l"-M-i io Li is Angulftij: also in i "ve. store and 1'urwurd theui to San Francisco, Santa Barbara. &e. Douglus* ic -Sun ford are not responsible for damage which may oaaur, from lire or water, to Gooils upon storage, Childs, Hicks «...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

jJrolniU lloticcs. STATIC of California, County of [.03 Angeless, aa: In District Court of lat Judicial District, of Juno term, A. D. 1852. The people of ib« State of California, to Dolores Valoiixuula, greeting: Wheroai Jus:* fr]u*earelt plaintiff, bus Clod bid complaint in the District Court oft))© first Judicial DUtriot of said State, for tho oountyof Los Angeles, against you, aa defendant, for tho foreclosure of two mortgage* exeoutod by you, unci Hi said Jose M1t.Mi.1rrl. of data the Bib day of .Inril. A. D., 1850, for t he turn of $1056, bearing interest at the rate of eight per rent, pur month from dute, and Lbe other to Julian t'liivvex. and by him a««»t$nei| to said Masearel, Oir the litirn of §120i>. date tlif*. 23d day of March. A. D.. and hwuit»tori;«t at the rate of eight per cant per limntii : Now you are horeby uurmnandod i<i.appear nod answer or otherwise. defend ?aid complaint within ten duy- after the service of Ibid writ, if Kcrved within tiu...

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Free Lauds. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Free Lauds. The city Council of Los Angeles are enter. ; taining a plan to donate the, city lands to such i as may desire to receive them, under certain : stipulations, among which are the enclosing . of the lots and improving them by cultivation, j We know nothing of the specifications except ; from rumor, but learn that they will be fully . discussed at the nextmeeting- of the council. The city of Los Angeles possesses at least fifty thousand acres of unimproved land, at present a burden t on account of the taxation 1 imposed for County and State purposes, and .we cannot see what reasonable objection can be urged to donating it in the manner proposed. [The land holders will find their property great Jy enhanced in value by the settlement and cultivation of the vacant lands of the city, and the finances of the corporation will be materially benefitted in the increase of taxation. The grants are to be liberal —twenty-five acres to each individual making application—as much as one pe...

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A Prophet. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

A Prophet. We find the following in the California ! Star, of March 13, 1847—more than a year before the ratification of the Treaty of Peace between Mexico and the United States., and fifteen months before the "breaking out" of the gold. The writer e?.w futurity with an unerring vision : " The town of Yerba Buena [San Francisco] is now rapidly improving, and bids fair to rival in rapidity of progress, the most thriving towp or city on the Americon continent. It is doubt destined to be the Liverpool or NewYork of the Pacific ocean. At this point will be concentrated nearly all the commercial enterprise and capital engaged and invested in the Pacific trade. 11 The extensive and fertile countries watered •by the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, and the numerous navigable creeks emptying into the bay. must, when they are settled upon 'by an industrious population, as they soon wij.l be, pour'their produce into this place, and receive in exchange from our merchants all their 'supplies ...

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The Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

The Crops. From every part of the county we hear favorable -accounts of the crops. There will be large quantities of grain exported to the Northern markets. Onions have been purchased at 6 cents per lb., for exportation. Grapes and pears will be abundant. Apricots and peaches are much lc.ss abundant than last year. Indians and Ag<jadif:nt£.—An •examination took place on Tuesday last, before Justice Burrill, of four Indians, charged with stealing a barrel of aguadiente and a cloak, the property of itfr. Keller. The Indians confessed the theft, and were sentenced to be whipped, twen-ty-five lashes each, and to pay the expenses of the prosecution.

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Gold Digging. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Gold Digging. We hear from various sources, that those engaged in the placers near the Mission San Gabriel, meet with good encouragement. No " large hauls" have been made, the luckiest .not exceeding five dollars per day. We have seen two specimens of quartz, •lightly auriferous, which were taken from a ledge within twenty miles of this city. The discoverer of the prize will make mox - e extensive explorations in the coursc of a couple of weeks- 'Taxation. List of persons in the County of Los Angeles, who pay taxes to the amount of $100 and upwards : John Temple, $912 Jose Sepulbeda, 723 Abel Stearns, 718 Ant. Maria Lugo, 676 Bernardo Yorba, 415 Isaac Williams, 382 Pio Pico and Andres Pico, 342 Lyman & Rich, 326 Ricardo Vejar, 326 Douglass & San ford, 320 Dominguez & Aguerre, 294 Juan Avila, ' 264 Alexander & Melius, 264 Luis V.ignes, 229 Jose Sajazar, 229 Juan Sanchez, 256 Francisco Uribe, 263 Julio Verdugo, 211 J. Workman, 212 Henry ...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

The Weather. We have had some warm weather the past week, the therm.oineter indicating 95 ° on three days since Monday.

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Spiritualism. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Spiritualism. A club has been formed at the Mission §an Gabriel for the investigation of spiritual manifestations. We may expect some astonishing developements, if the San Gabriel rappers exhibit as much ingenuity as those which have of late created such an excitement Down East.

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From the Tulare Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

From the Tulare Valley. A party of men who have been prospecting through the Tulare Valley, arrived in town yesterday. They report that at the Four Creeks they found the Indians very insolent, but had no serious trouble with them. There were some eight white men living about the Four Creeks, and forming a settlement for farming purposes. Several days after our informants left the Four Creeks, some Indians came into their camp and reported that the eight white men above alluded to had been all killed by the Tulare Indians. An attempt was made to return and ascertain the truth of the report, but the guides (friendly Indians) who evidently placed confidence in the statement, declined conducting them back, and the party I came on to this city. We give the story as we | heard it, but if there is truth in it. we shall | learn more in the course of a few days.

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France* [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

France* Extract from a letter dated the Ist of May, written by a Frenchman to a citizen of this placc: The President of the Republic is organizing his Government in a magnificent way. As to politics, I do not occupy myself with them any more, my advanced age will not allow it. We cannot desire anything more than peace and security for the people. The rail-roads are being rapidly concluded. In a very short time we will see » rival in Paris to the .European exhibition, and amateurs Irom the four parts of the world. The exhibition will be finer than that at London. There is an onward murch in the world to universal civilization.— Then the people will understand themselves mutually, and the sovereigns will feel the necessity of governing the people with fatherly carc. The cost of our Crystal Palace is fixed at seven millions of francs. ■ It will be erected at the Champs Elysees. There it will permanently remain for the service of public feasts. All kinds of work are flourishing in Paris...

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