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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 13 November 1852

EL nuevo y hermoso vapor SEABRID andara regularmenie entre i entre los puerios do San Fran;isco y do £an Diego, tocando a Monte-liey y Santa Barbara y San Pedro, saliendo de San Francisco el dia 414y24 de cada mes.. Ese vapor tiene oomodidaaes superiores para pasajeros de camar y (le entre puente y teniendo mas entre oubicrta con ciroulacion de aire y ofreee grandes a los Sonores que manden fruta i) productos. El flete de San Francisco es 20 pesos la tonelada. Porel fleto y pasaje h bordo o con los Senor res GOODWIN Y CA. Agente calle de Battery cerea do la eel Pacifico. E NECESITA en esta oiicinay por el cual Ks.se pagara un precio liberal el libro que da la relacion de la vida y trabajos Misionarios del lleverondo Padre Junipero sera e igualmentequecontengauna cronica exacta do todas las Misiones, quo se cstablecieron en California. L i obra se publico cn Mejico en el ano de 1787. sepll tf CARLOS SEXTON, Procurator y Abogado. individno pasa a ofrecer al publico los servicios do tu...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 13 November 1852

AKMERO J ,CBBJIAJEEO. ABRK areas de Fierro, Fabricante de cerrnduras y las com pone Garemtera todas sus obras. Tiene consthntemente un gran surtido para su expendio.de escopetas de unoydos Canones, Rifles, l'istolas, l'olvorines y de.mas articulos paia el uso del arma, los xue se venderan a preciosbairatos, igual-n-.ente que polvora y municion por mnyor y menor. Su cstablecimientosu halla en la calle del a pocos puertasmas abajo de la calle de Montgomery, San Francisco — Todo clase de trabajo que se orden'e al.mi'ino se le dara la debiadatencion y cumplimente en el tivmpo.que sea seftalajelO 3m. Linia Establecida de Vapores.Gorreos Entre San Fxan cisco y San 'Diego, California EL VAPOR OHIO, pu Capitan F. Hiirard, continuara liaciendo &ns vjnjes por l(i costa dos veces cada incs dnrnnte la estaciqp proxima, cuya travel - ia efect.iuira entre los puevtos de San Francis,co y San Diego. tocando on los divcrsos puntos, Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara y S...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

Cos vUigclcs Ustnr. YOL. 2. LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1852. NO. 29.

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From the New York Ilome Journal. WE MET. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

From the New York Ilome Journal. WE MET. W# met a_i oth*r ttinuJU liar* met, W# |>vtu<l ii«Mwuifn often pms. A Multe, .> K'-y Hli u, ftud J"t ll»r ftiot> In inliriiMil uu my hc«rt. 'Twits Juni!—n nigjji In pl?A!i«nt .Tniio— Uh»n llr<t ulitenuie ujion my fight, And lu Ibr *k)' Ijbf or*--xut anon f.'beil round hvr ftirui lt» gcuclo jlghc, Atiotbcr'a vnieo foil ou my Mr, Another'n lmi.il wis uu my urui, Y*i. t onulii only f'»-l mid U'hfl touch ftfK voloo Jluit wiouftbt mr Lam. Thiil wrou«l;t 1/.e hurei! Vw, I till then H»i MV»J Illouu a »j-»t. >i llsd tr»V«dn< i «"j «i!ti o.uimnu una See c&rml to luul a btiii r day, 1 wu eaniutcd, nor did ode rtDJT tikpjilttr lot than mini-; IJut III* I# tin- a •mult** I#J*, While Ibut I i, nic-t dhln®. And vliat) I nigral 'lifobtitog butr.* yrthw to nt» will hr (hf-.-.in' Ao.l whi-tt cnii) ii.rf will il Uuynrt, Not Itisfc behind c bttisu tif i uin! Tbo» 1 liiv- fi...

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Fires in Sacramento, Marysvllle ana San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

Fires in Sacramento, Marysvllle ana San Francisco. We have to record the almost total destruction of Sacramento City. This occurred about 11 o'clock on Tuesday night the 2d of November. It broke out in a milinery shop in the heart of one of the most combustible blocks in the city. The wind was blowing a perfeot gale from the north at the time, and spread the flames with fearful rapidity from block to block. In the short space of three hours 1600 houses in the city were reduced to ashes, and with them an immense amount ofgoods.Blocks of brick buildings, filled with costly merchandise, and all the fine public buildings except the Court House went down before the fiery storm. It is estimated that §10,000,000 will hardly cover the loss. Eight or ton lives were lost in this terrible conflagration. Zlie citizens of Sacramento have, however, been by no means disheartened by this almost crushing disaster, but have set diligently to work rebuilding their ruined city. Within the nine days 350...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

UUX, LOCK, AND WHITE SMITH. «AbAMANI>HR 8AKU3 opened; Itovk* made and repaired All work warranted. Also, constantly nn band ami fm wile, a Urgs assortment rif Double and r\3nRli> Ilund Shot Ounn, lUfl« PlftoU. Oun Trfmintnpi, Ac.. &n., whlrj, will bn julJcbrup. I'owilirrand Shuts; whnlr»*l«iand retail. All orden for workpromptly attended to. and eior.ut«d ni •hurt nolioc. Uotnraorelnl at., a f<»» door# boJow Montgomery ft, Fan Frnnolr.m, California. "jol'J If TiiK uuw and »|.l.i«did -.-viniihlp SKA RMlD. lOaiia. iut.r.1. kSii mak" regular trip" bKwtvii K*n and tf.au l"/«. (curbing ,K Monterey. Santa llnrbam iiu 1 in I'edio, turning Son Francisco on cJi-. 4cti 141b, and imh of emdi tgouch. Unr .nccowuioJaliunn fur c-»blu ao-1 #t*erage are no*nrpuwed; and having a capucUiiu and airy main deck. »hSpp<ir« of fruit, will at our.: au« the Importance «tidiipplo.' tbelr prodntw by thl» «t<ramor. F'freight will be uiken on. t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

The Steamer OHIO, Cupt. F. Hilliard, will continue to run aetnl. — — *nonfchly during the enduing teaeon between San Francisco and San Diego, tiinehuig at Santa Cruz, 7l/ou»' ].oy ; Sun Lain '*???' Barbara. and San Pedro. steamer, having undergone a thorough overhauling, offers the safest tind most ooru1 or table accommodations to travellers up and down the coaat of any liout running. The berths are all in largo State rooms. and the steerage i(, admirably arranged fbr tho oonvoplociod 'if ptiBwagers, For freight or parage apply on hoard, or to .1. Lyons, Fremont street, San Francisco. tf Kason's Co:uliiiK Line. Tho subscriber has now completed all ;%*i^- ncci -'* tr '<'3'_ arrangements for running a ■ \r-Vr regular line of Vessels between thistiort mid &m Pedro. He hits taken a store hoaae on Sacramento street Wharf, where ha cun bring hits vessel alongside, thus saving <■*- penso of cartage nttd wharfage. The BK1G FHEMONT and another vessel of e&am...

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California Election. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

California Election. The returns of the recent Presidential and Stato Election were received on Tuesday by the Ohio. The returns although not complete indicate that the state has gono for Pierce by about 4000 majority. The entire democratic State ticket is elected, by a considerably smaller majority, however, than was received by the Presidential Electors. 7heAlta California publishes a list of the members elected to the next Legislature, and says that two or three counties are yet to be heard from, but that the democratic majority on joint ballot will be at least,3s. Of the new Senators, thirteen have been elected, as follows: Contra Cesta and Santa Clara—Jacob Grewoll. w. Kl Dorado—John Walton. Mariposa and Tulare—James 11. Wade, w. Nevada—William 11. Lyons. San Francisco—J. 11. tiaird. w. John S. linger. Saoramento—^. P. Catlin, w. San Joaquin—Henry A. Urabb. w. San Diego—D. B. Kurtz, w. Sonoma—J. M. Hudspeth. Tuolumne—James M. OofTrotb. l'laeer—Joseph Walkup. Sutter—S. B. Smith,...

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D.eatli of Hon. Daniel Webster. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

D.eatli of Hon. Daniel Webster. The painful rumor has reached us of the death, on the 24th ult., of this great man.— Unexpected as it is, the report is not at all improbable, and wo /ear its confirmation by next advices. At a time like the present, when the complicated and unsettled state of our relations with several foreign governments demands the wisdom, experience, and skill of the ablest minds in the nation, we can ill afford to lose one in whom all these qualities wero so admirably blended. Although he has never occupied the position of literal head of the government, he has for many years been recognized as the head of the nation, and a head too of which it was justly proud. He has fallen while in the vigor of his ago and wisdom. Unlike some of the men who preceded him, his sun has set in a clear sky; no clouds of lingering sickncss have intervened to-dim the lustre of its ray,but it shone full to the last,: —shone upon a happy and free people, who will ever revere him as one...

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From San Diego—Anotlier 3lxird,er. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

From San Diego—Anotlier 3lxird,er. By the arrival of the Ohio from San Diego, we learn that a most foul murder was committed upon Dr J. P. Ogden, a resident of that place, by his partner in business, a Frenchman named Charley. It seems the two left Warner's Ranch for Los Angeles, via San Pedro, "to receive some cattle purchased of cmi-grents-some-3 or 4 months since. Some difficulty is ascertained to "have occurred between the two, which ended in the murder and robbery of Dr Ogden as above stated. The Frenchman has not as yet been arrested, but is supposed to be secreted in the vicinity of San Diego. Dr. Ogden was a highly respected citizen of San Diego, and his death is deeply lamented. The Colorado precinct has been heard from. Whole number of votes cast 39. For Pierce 33; for Scott G. This makes the whole vote of San Diego county as follows: whole number of of votes 217; for Pierce 107; for Scott 110. The Court Martial for the trial of Capt. Davidson has concluded its labors. The...

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The Washington Monument. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

The Washington Monument. We notice that in many of the precincts in the northern part of the State, considerable sums of money were collected on election day, in aid of the construction of this great work.— An agent to receive subscriptions has been for some time in California, and frequent inquiries have been made of us if he would visit this place. We 4iad always supposed he would, but as he has not yet done so, and as the work is now being delayed for want of funds, we would suggest that some two or three persons take the matter in hand, and collect and forward a donation from this place. We are sure that a sum can be collected which will bo worthy not only of the great purpose to which it is to be devoted, but worthy also of our public spirited and patriotic community. Disgraceful. A class of vagrant squatters in Sacramento city have been making themselves odious in the community, by taking possession of lots of land made vacant by the recent conflagration in that city. So say t...

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Items from Eastern Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

Items from Eastern Papers. The Report made at Washington,by the Congressional Committee appointed to investigate the Hon. Secretary Corwin's connection with the Gardiner claim, has been published. They completely exonerate the Secretary, having unanimously reported, that he was interested as counsel with VVaddy Thompson,in itfaylB49, but before entering the Cabinet,and 10 months before the award was made by the commissioners, sold out his entire interest to Geo. Law of New York, and refused afterwards to consult in tho matter. The committee further report that the claim is fraudulent, but no evidence was advanced to show that C'orwin was cognizant of the fraud. A great fire occurred at Ogdensburg, N. Y., October 19. One half of the business part of the town was destroyed. Mr. Joslnid Bates, pf the firm of Baring Brothers & Co., has given $50,000 to the city of lioston. for the puvchase of a library free to public use. He is a native of Mass. The great Mc.Donough Will eas...

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The Cuban Difficulties. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

The Cuban Difficulties. j Cuban affairs daily assume a more important complexion. The conduct of tho Cuban authorities towards Capt. Porter of tho Crescent j City, has created immense excitement in various sections of the United States, but particuI larly in JVew York and New Orleans. On the i last trip of the Crescent City to Havana, as she | approached the Moroshe was met by theboar- | ding officer, who motioned her not to enter the harbor. Lt. Porter disregarded the order,and proceeded to the anchorage without a pilot.— The officers theij boarded the vessel and finding Purser Smith's (who appears to have been obnoxious to the Cuban authorities) name on the ship's articles, under the instructions of tho Captain General, ordered her to leave the port immediately, which order her commander refused to obey before landing the mail and passengers. He then sent a protest to the Captain General, who refused to receive it except thro 1 the American Consul, who was, unfortunately, absent. ...

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Tli© Boundary Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

Tli© Boundary Commission. The correspondent of the New York Daily Times, writing from Washington on 19th October, says: l: The Commission for the survey of the Mexican Boundary line, has been broken up. Tho sum of §120,000 was appropriated to continue its operations, but only on condition that it should be made to appear that the Southern boeiidary of New Mexico, had not been established twenty miles north of El Paso, upon Disturneli's Map, which accompanies the treaty. The President finds that Disturneli's map locates El Paso about 30 miles further North than its true position on the earth's surface.— The joint commission have determined the correct latitude and longitude of £1 Paso ; but they have decided to assume the lines of latitude named in the treaty and the map, as the boundary, without reference to tho position of the town, and bo fixed the boundary between ! tho two countries on the parallel of 32 degrees 23 minutes; which is thirty seven miles north of K1 Paso. The strip...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

iC, E. CARB, Attorney awl Ccro>miUur >71 Late. Lo*- Angolas. Nov. 13,1&52. tf Sale of Real Estate. BY virtue of an Ofdoi'of tho I'rut.uto Court ot Los Angeloa County,State of California ofdftte November Kighth A. i>. Itly'-I.on tbeOtli Jay oi' DocomberitX) 1H53,1 will proceed to .soli at public uuctioii to tho highest bidder, ou a credit of 6no month, the following Real folate of Knriquej: Sepulbcda, dod'aieiU to wit one HOU-Si£nnd COuliA L of dccc»T*".ti ftiluMe in tha CHy of Ijm Angolca, m the upper part of the City. Suid 8»le will take place in front of the Court HoUSj, in the city of Los Jngelea, between the hours of 0 o'clock in the meming and the setting of tho sun on the eariio day — Given ubdur my linud Uii» 13tb day of November. A,D. 1852, Wilson VV. Josba, nl?. 2t Public Administrator. PI' B LlC NOT1CK. AH paraop* ha vine claim* againMt Nicholas I-lair, dcco'iacd, am hereby required to exhibit them, with the necessity vouchers, ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

(CALIFORNIA LAND CLAIMS. In obeJ dience to the directions of the President of the United States, the undersigned, Commissioners for ascertaining and settling private Land Claims in the State of California, do hereby give notico that a Session of said Board will bo held in the city of San .Francisco, on the lGth of November, 1852. Given under our hands this*sth day of November, 1852. HI LAND lIALL, ) CommisHARRY I. THORNTON, j sioners. Nov. 27. 8w PETER BIGGS, INFORMS his numerous l'riends anil the public, that he continues, at his old stand in Commercial Street, to shave, cut hair, clean clothes, etc. He will run errands, whitewash. clean paint, wait and tend on parties, and do almost any thing to turn an honest penny. Attached to his llair Dressing Saloon are Warm and Cold Baths, at moderate prices. gep2otf , PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.—ls tons superior white lead; 7 tons assorted colors, ground in oil; 7 tons putty, in bulk and in bladders; 5 tons whiting; 3 tons red lead...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

Censo y Estadistica del Condado de los Ange. les.—Consecuentes a lo que expusimos en aquel parrafo del informo de la sesion de la junta superiatendente que publicamos en nuestro ultimo numoro y que trata ligeramento, del asunto en cuestion es que pasamos a informar a nuestros lectores que el oenor Elam Covington ha sido el agento nombrado para el objeto especial deformar el censo de este condado. Dicbo nombramiento ha sido dado con arreglo a una ley que fue espedida por la ultima legislatura, la que dispone que se haga una lista general de los habitantes de este Estado. El Senor Elam Covington nos ha permitido con agrado el exajninar sus estados, de los cualcs es que hemos deducido los siguientea datos estadisticos Resu'lta de los mismos que la poblacion total de este condado cuenta 7.831 individuos, delos cuales, 4093 son blanftos. en esta proporcion 2407 hombres y 1597 mugeres; ciudadanos varones que han cumplido 21 anos que es la mayoria de edad que seiiala la ley de los Estados ...

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Dificultades <le Cuba, [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 27 November 1852

Dificultades &amp;lt;le Cuba, Los asuntos de ,Cuba son cada diamas importantes. La conducta de las autoridades do aque'la Ysla.contra el capitan Porter do la Cresent City, ha causado una conmocion muy grande en yarias secciones de los E. U, y particularmente en las ciudades de Nueva-York y Nueya-Orleans. En el ultimo viage de la Cresent City a la I-labana, luego que llego al Morro se le junto un oficial de la -4duana intijnandole que se retirase. El capitan desobedecio &amp;amp; la orden y procedio &amp;amp; anclar sin piloto. Varias veces se le intimo al Senor Poter que se retirase y el le reuso y ,entonces dirigio una protesta al capitan General quien no quiso entenderse ni admitir las comunicaciones del Sot. Porter excepto con el Consul Americano que desgraciadamente estaba ausente. Miles de hombres se ballaban presentes en la cuando tuvo lngar este acontecimiento. A la arribada de la cresent city 6 NuevaYork so reunio una inmensa porcion de ciudadanosquienesaltamente...

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