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Atlantic ami Pacific Railroad, [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. The citizens of San Diego have recently held two public meetings, and have put forth an able report upon the subject of a railroad from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The report sets forth at length the advantages in favor of the Southern, or Gila route, over the Northern route, and concludes by petitioning Congress that an appropriation be made for the payment of the expenses of the preliminary survey of both routes. ¶ After a thorough survey of both routes the decision must necessarily be in favor of the Southern road as the shortest, cheapest, most practicable and most profitable. No man should entertain sectional preferences or prejudices. A railroad from the Atlantic to the Pacific has become a necessity, and the only question at present is, which route is the most practicable? Let Congress make the requisite appropriation for a survey, and all the advantages, pecuniary and natural, of one route over the other will necessarily be exhibited. In the l...

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The Great Race. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

The Great Race. Tho race between Ito and Fred Coy, which is to be run on the 20th instant, promises to be quite exciting. The horses are in the best possible condition, and the backers of each are as sanguine as when the race was first made. — The race between Dick Johnson and Jane Shore is to be run on the 29th inst.

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The U. S. Survey. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

The U. S. Survey. Col. Washington has proceeded with the survey of the base line from San Bernardino to tho mountains north of this'city, and here his furthor progress is impeded for the present. He has applied to the Surveyor General for permission to offset five or six miles south, and so continue the line to the sea. Instructions to that effect will probably be received by the next steamer. A. B. Gray, Esq., who has charge of the township survey, has progressed as far as the base line is completed. "Horse Case," Warner v. Simmons, has finally been decided in favor of the plaintiff, a jury having agreed upon a verdict to that effect. The hanging of two or three men could not have excited more interest in this community than has this horse case! The costs incident to a protracted trial are of course very considerable, but considering the number of peoplo who have been amused and entertainby the proceedings, we must believe the sport has been purchased cheaply.

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Singular Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Singular Operation. Some few days since a gentleman residing in the Monte, was shot while at work, the ball entering the back part of the thigh to the depth of half an inch. There being no medical assistance within reach, he resolutely set to work to extract the ball himself, unaided and alone. Being unable from the location of the wound to go through with it under his own eye, even, but determined to save his life if possible, he trusted all to the "touch." and seizing upon a gimlet, the only "surgical" implement to be had, he bared to the wintry breeze the lacerated section of quivering meat, and unflinchingly bored into the ball, thus acquiring a secure hold, when with a prodigious effort of muscular strength he wrenched the little customer from its nest. This novel method of extracting lead is an incident in the practice of surgery. We shall expect henceforth to see our bone carpenters discard their curiously contrived instruments and supply their places with a kit of carpenter'...

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Railroad to tlie Southern HI i lies. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Railroad to tlie Southern HI i lies. The Alta California is informed that the preliminary measures have all been taken,and that in the course of three or four weeks workmen will commence grading for a railroad leading fl-pm Stockton to the principal Southern mines. The route selected is that commonly known as Byrpe's road, being on almost a straight line from Stockton to -Sonora, and crossing the river at the Stanislaus Suspension Bridge, heretofore known as the Table Mountain Ferry. The distance, according to this route, is oqly fifty four miles between the two cities. It is proposet} to extend the railroad to the base of the hills, a distance of twenty eight miles from Stockton, and a suitable point for branches leading to Mariposa and the Calaveras. The greater part of the stock is already engaged, and the capital secured, so that there is no danger of any failure. It is intended to have the cars ruuning with freight and passengers within a year from the present time; and then, f...

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The Grape Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

The Grape Crop. Our correspondent at San Pedro puts down the total number of packages of grapes shipped at that port for San Francisco, at 5825, Some of the packages contained several hundred pounds, whilst others fell short of fifty—so that any estimate of the net weight could only approach accuracy. Those best acquainted with the bu-' siness say that three hundred tons would not exceed the actual shipments. The grape speculators have made a losing business the past season, sufficient to deter most of them from engaging in tho fruit trade another season.— What with tho high freights, and the frequent detention of the steamers, the business cannot bo profitable. San Pedro, Jan. 15,1853. Messrs Lewis & Rand,—Gents; The great rush caused by the fruit season being over, and the very muddy roads haying, in a great measure, put a stop to business, we take advantage of tho present dull times, to writes a few lines to your worthy selves. The steamship Ohio left here on Monday a...

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A March Across tlie Desert. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

A March Across tlie Desert. A correspondent of the Providence Journal, attached to the U. S. ./Mexican Boundary Commission,in a letter from the junction of the Gila and Colorado rivers, gives the following account of a march across the desert: "It is only by actual experience that one can form any idea of the utter desolation and barrenness of the desert extending from the Colorado to the coast range of mountains. When wo crossed it in February last, we had no water for about eighty miles, though now, thanks to the labors of Capt. Davidson, there is a well opened in the arroyo of rllamo Mucho, and the longest jornada is forty-five or fifty miles. At the few'watering places the supply is scanty, and wo were obliged to keep men constantly at the weljS, dipping up the water as it oozed through the sand. The water at all the wells is hard arid brackish, and seems to create thirst rather than allay it. There is not a spear of grass for about one hundred miles, nor any her- ! bage upon wh...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Estate T)f i WOTIOB i < hereby giS ■i* estate, to appear bef County, on the Se ry next, to show o to the Administrator to shall be necessary to payithe debt: By order of the Papbate Co Los Angeles, Jan 14tV 1853. wfSf*' T. S. HEKKFOBB, WHOLESALE AND 1; EX AIL - 7"' r Groceries, Liquors, Cigars, pic. IBS constantly receiving£ho nud well scK-ot'ed supplies oi I the above articles, wliicl ire offered to the public upon *! most reasonable terms fijfc ,«li. The public uiay depen l .ipon obli'in'Dg at this esta" ' r ment, the very beet assor wt of gvods in- his line. Cor mercial Street, Los . janBtfBor»It JLost. IHE person who borrowed the " History of the Unit— - States,''in Spanish, the Post Office, wiil confer a great favor by returning it. d 25 WOVICJB. ' 1 LL persons indebted to the'. ite firm of Gibson & Hodges, *■ former proprietors of the 8011,, Union Hotel,are requested to make immediate payment to ALEXANDER GIBSON. Angeles, Dec. 18- 1852.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Dissolution of Copartnership. TIIB Copartnership which formerly existed between thej subscribers, under the firm ol LKMAIIIIE & BE UN. was dissolved May 20th, 1852, by mutual consent. Alt HAND LEMAITRE, IF;: JOHN BEHN. Tho business of the concern has been conductcdkince the above mentioned dissolution, and will continue, in the name of JOHN BEIIN, at the same stand. Notice. £CS"ALL persons who are indebted tho above firm, are her.-by requested to make immediate payment to John Behn, who is authorised to give receipts thtrelor. ARMAND LEMAITRE. Los Angeles, Jnn 8,1853. 4t dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership heretofore existing between .Prudent Bt-audry and Amand Lemaitre, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. AMAND LEMAITRE, Dec 31,1852. PRUDENT BEAUDRY. CC?*The business of tho said firm will be carried on by P. BEAUDRY St. CO., in tho same store, Commercial Street, Los Angeles. NOTICE, Persons indebted to the said firm are requested to make immediate...

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Mejtco. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Mejtco. Damos lugar ea nuestras columnas a laa comunicaciones recibidas por el Senor Cobarrubias del Seftor Coronel Dou Francisco del Castillo Negrete, y que el primero nos ha remitido, dice asi: Sor. Don Jose Ma. Cobarrubias :— sto. Tomas Noviembre 5 de 1852. Mi apreciable amigo.—Por la adj unta comunicion vera V. la armonia y buena fe que ecsiste entre las dos Republicas, facilitandose mjituftmente los medios de progresar. V. goza de influencia en ese pais, y puede pacer que estft, noticia circuleafin de que todos vivan felieesen el pais que es cojan para su residencia. Si hay en esa poblacion algun periodico puede Y publicarla para que se essienda mas. En la prlinera oportunidad aguardo .contestacion. Soy de V. etc. F. del Castillo Negrete. El Sor. Gefe Superior Politico de este torio, en oficio de 12 de Agosto de este aiio me dice lo siguiente: El E. S. Afinistro de ?elaciones interioresy esteriores, en nota fecha 3 de Julio anterior me dice lo que copio. El E. S. enviado estrao...

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Fraiicla. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Fraiicla. La Ciudad de Seures ha proclamado a Luis Napoleon Bonaparte emperador de loa franceses, con el titulo de Napoleon 111. El hecho mas import an to que encontrumos en los penodicps de Paris, es la relacion que ha ce el "Monitor" de la manera con que ha sido puesto.en .libertad el.celebre Caudillo Abd-el-Ka-der. He aqui sus palabras: El principe ha penalado su yyelta a Paris con un gran acto de justipiay de generosidad nacional: ha puesto en libertad al ex-e.ipir der. Hace mucho tiempo qup .tenia pensado hacer.lo asi. Ha querido llevarlo a cabo en el momento mismo en que lap circunscancias le , ban permitido obedecer sin ning-un peligro para el pais a las inspirapipnes de su pqrazon. En la actualidad ticne la Francia en su fuerza y en sus derechos demasiada confianza para no mostrarse grande con un enemigo venpfylo. Al regreso de su viaje, detuvose el prinpipe en el castil-lo de Amboise. .Mando que see presentase Abd-el-Kader y le anuncio en eatos terminos el fin de su cautive...

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LA ILUSIUN. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

LA ILUSIUN. por venture don que el alto cielo A1 miaero mortal regalor quiao, O do la vana oombra erea hecbizo Quo eiuponzonaa al alma con tu vuclol jCuant&a vecos en grataa ilusionea Yaoiendo en dulcoauerio deacansaba Y a la beldad atuablo quo adoraba Vi aonreir de placidoa amores! J/uyo el dolor ignoto, el triitc dia En medio do la pax que reapiraba Y un porvenir dioho.-w me ofreoia De mi dueno ol aemblanto quo moatraba, Sumano entrolaxada con h inia, >Su lM;ca amor efcerno me juraba Mil oaculoa do amor }'u le imprimia En sua mogillas que el pudor ruvaba. .Sere jiiempre tuya ,F,!la me decia Mi amor cada dia Aumuuto tendra, Y yo que gozoao Mi dioha entrevia Crayendo del suefio La iluaion l'ugaz, Lor traerla a mi peqfco Loa braz03 tondia Y anaioso queria Mi bien abra.zarj Mw quedo burlttda La eaperauza mia Quo aquello que via Fue iluaion nu mas. ;No maa que una iluaion era por oierto! Pfucar fugaz de la vurdad.estrano Que envonono mi mento al desengafto V auo ...

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La Educaclou. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

La Educaclou. Kate ramo, por dosgracia ha estado eumamontc deaatendido en California; en los Angclea, aai com') en losdoicaa puebloe.ae hacia aontir considerablemonto au falta. La eacuela dol R. P. Anacleto, no era auficiente para natisfacor ins oeceaidudes d« «»vc pueblo) puea apesar do »u mucha contraccion, un sacerdote quo tieno quo deaempenar laa aagradaa cwupaciones do su miniaterio, no puedo oonsngrarae con la aaiduidad que requiere la ensenanza de !a juventud; maa hoy hemoe tenido la aatisfaecion de saber que Be ha unido i a el el Senor Felipe De Koch ex-profeaor I dol Colejio Frances del Pueblo do San Joar, qua tratan do aumentarae loa ramos de enaeAanxu, y que loa padrea de familia tendrao dondo colocar 6us hijos,caperando recibiran una completa educacion,

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Balle. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Balle. El buen humor que la entrada del ano nuevo desperto, aun no ha pasado. El miercolcs hub© un segundo baile en casa del S. D. Ricardo Den, y la belleza yla elegan. cia, parece que querian ofuscar el brillo del primero. Bellas, Senoritas de San Diego y Santa Barbara, contribuian a dar mayor esplendides a la reunion; los bals, y contradanzas sucedian sin irterrupcion, una dulce sonrisaestabadjbujada en loslabiosd© todas las bellas mientras los caballeros sediendo a su entusiasmo ipanifestaban su contento de un mcdo mas espansivo. La reunion concluyo a 5 de la mananaj dejandonos el dulce recuerdo que queda en nuestro corazon defapues de uno de estos agradables momentos. La Secretaria de Estado que quedo va,cante por la muerte del Senor Webster, ha sido confiada a Mr. Ed: Everett. Se trata en N. York con el mayor entueiasmo, sobre la apertura del ferro-carril que dfibe ponernos en ccntaoto con los Estados de Afclantico. Si este grandioso proyecto se realiza, la importancia que toma...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

X l.ti Haueliero*. SF. vende untoro Americano para crioH,d« la rara mas Una quo «e oncufcntra en los ICetxdos Cnidus Los quo se intarcsen oourran al Hotel do la Eatrella a (rater con Mct.'auloy. ! Libros, Libros, Libras! CM C A8TELI,*!iO Rttloju Liwjiiadat, CominJvstu* y Asegurados, por tl llclojcri}, C. DUCOMUN. DISOLDCION DE COMPAtffA. T A ootnpania liustu ahora onsiata outre JLi Prudent Btaudry y Amand Lemaintre el diada hoy ha sido dlsucltu, por mutuo oonvonio do loi aooioa, AMAND LEA/A ITRE BRUDENT B2JAUDRY. Los negooios do In casa aignira bajo la flrraa do P. Benudy Sco. eu el ruiamo almacen en loa Angeles. XAVI80.J Lai? pernonas quo tcngnn ouentus pendientea 80 Berviran paaurtt pagurian inmediatamento a P. lleandv y Cu. quo on cl autorizado para cobrar las deudas. VENT A AL COSTO PBEAUDY y Cumpatvia informnn a sus • marehantes y al publico.quo tienen un buon Burtido jonccal do mercadurius, que las Tondoraa al precio do cian Francisco ; y el primero de Fobroro so venderan an r...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

ARMERO I CERRAJERO. A BRB areas de Pierro, Fabj josnte do eorraduros y las com **■ pone Gareratcra todaa bub obras. Tiene coDßtantement* u gran surtido para su expendlo de escopetas de uno y dos Canonos, Rifles, Pistolas, Polvorines y demas artlculos poia el uso del artiia, los xue se vcmieran & precios barratos, igualmente que polvora y municion por mayor y menor. Su estableclniiento.su halla en la cnlle del Comercio, a poccs puertas mas abajo de la calle de Montgomery, San Francisco.— Todo clase de trabajo que ge ordene al mismo se le dara la debiadatencion y cumplimcnte en el titmpo que oca scflala*l°- jelO 3m. J. W. TUCKER, Joyera Fabritante y Relojero, ¥endedor por mayor y menor de DIAMANTES, ® RELOJES. FINOS, JOYARIA, PLATA y PLATEADOSAGUARE de MESA, fca. Calle de Mont- feSJ gomery y una puerta al norte de Sacramento, Francisco. Sienipre tiene y est a recibiendo por cada vapor : Relojes flnos de toda c'ase y hecliura. Obra de Diamante en gran variedad, entre laa cu...

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Elccciande Santa Barbara. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

Elccciande Santa Barbara. No hay personas capaces de co'meter tantas bajesesy como los que ambicionan elevarse en el 'mundo.—Saayedka. Cuando el importantiairao ojeto de la prenea, quo es el de difundir la verdai y la sana , moral por todas las clases de la 'eociedad, so hace torcer por la malicia y se convierte en esparcir orroneas relacionos, que tienden a injuriar la reputacion de un individuo: no hay expresionea bastante fuertes para condenar tal heoho y mucho menos cuando el arte retorico se emplea pafa adornar con aparienoia do verdad aaertos infundadoa •y maliciosos. Ademas, ol siijeto calumniSdo puede no que rot. por razortea suyaa, prcsent&l-se ante la publica notoriedad y en tal caso, el di cho malicioso so propaga libremente, la calumhiosa acusacioii cireula. ye 1 sileacio del inocen fe se interpretara por culpa. Si lo dicho con relacion a un individuo fes correcto podra calificaree unataque semejante hecho contra toda una poblacion? j,que debera decirse de pu...

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OiiLENBikllSQ. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 15 January 1853

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