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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 26 February 1853
£;"~t ABME110 jf CKRJtAJEHO. * OKI? arena tie Pierro, Fol'rirnntr fje r«rrn&lt;liur|ie y las r.c '* puuo Oari-mlnru tmi.n huh nlirns Tirn« tfotntaiUenu r. uu gran »Urfldo paro «u iTti'Wjdlii rir t*pnji»ln? iJ»- uoo v do I Miout-3. Uillep, PUkiIh*, I'nlTnrloi** y me?arllcUV'f"paia k| DM Uclnrmn. lo* queer. vwidirau nyrerinpl.nfraUii«.igual ni*nu' que polvnra y inuuk- i.n p.or y iti"nor. Su r iiihlurtinltibiu't* hnlUi'n U .Unau'rol" I poo* pin-, to* mti- nb»jo dr In cjilln d* Miiu.tipjam , &gt; i Hrauebco — I'xlu '?ln*«? Jir rmV-ajo W)l«i «e onlonr „.| miimo W dara la dchladatpn' iou ycuinplinn'-nto «n vl tiempo &lt;|U*' »pa »efii»In- ««" 1*1# Dm. J. W. TUCKER, Jrtyern Fabric ute y Relojcro, YTcwlmlbr finr may or y uipiut 4p ttlAMANTKi*, «o * IlKLO-lK?. HN05, JOYaIUA.PMT- y I'l.A J&amp;\ Tr.AD«l6AOUAftB de MESA. Culled* 3 IComery y uo-i puurta al norli* iW ?in,G£i&amp;&amp; PutnalRcu- olewprw tlene y itU ruiWpiidn |mr cad a vn or: Itelnj...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 26 February 1853
R. E. iUIIfIOIVD, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. No. 77 Davis St., hetween Washington and Clay, SAN FRANCISCO. rrilE subscriber, formerly of San Diego, having established A himself in the Commission Business in San Francisco, respectfully tenders his services to any parties who may wish to employ an agent, for the purchasing and shipping of goods . to any part of the Southern country. And he flatteas himsolt fnom his long experience in the business of the South and with strict personal attention, to be able to give satisfaction to those who may entrust him with their orders. References—Col. F. C. Ferrell, and I'hinehas Banning, a Angeles/ and Capt. S. Barney, Santa Barbara. fl23m R. JOSEPHI &amp; CO, IMPORTERS of Watches, Jewelry, Tools, Watch Materials, Colt's Pistols, &amp;c., are how prepared to supply the trade in general, with all articles in the above line at the lowest prices. All orders from the country addressed to R. JOSEPHI &amp; CO.. __ Washing...
Panama Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Panama Railroad. Tlrere ia every probability of the Panama Railroad being completed , as promised, by the end of the present- year. A number of steam linoa. in addition to thoae already in operation will by time time converge at the Isthmus, and swell the title ot population tdtfaadv passing over it. Aspiuwall is at present the terminus of two lines of first claw etentners from New York: on« from Now Orleans; the now Co nurd line from, Liverpool via New York the Royal Mail Steamship Lin© direct from Southampton; the new British lino from Jsew York via Savannah, Bermuda and Jamaica. In addition to these, a French company, under the auspices of the Government, are building a number of ■Btearners to run between Cherbourg and Aspinwall; two English companies are about to put on lines of steamers between Southampton and Aspinwall, to connect with othcy Tinea from Panama to Australia,*—making no less than nine lines of first class steamers, centreing on the Atlantic side of the Isthmus. P...
Anecdote of Mr. Webster. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Anecdote of Mr. Webster. A correspondent of the Rochester American adds the following to the host of anecdotes told of the great statesman, which hit» decease has called forth— When Mr Webster was Secretary of State, st&gt;me years ago, under another administration tbi*n that of Mr Fillmore, he wrote to oue of tho proprietors of the Astor House in N. York, saying that he would roach that house on such a day. and begged that nome of bis friends should be invited to diue with liim on the same evening. There were about twenty or so at the table, and Mr Webster seemed wearied by his travel, and speaking bu: little, if at all; plunged into a darksome sort of reverie, not well calculated t.o enliven hi u friends, This at length became so apparent, and the situation of all f.o unpleasant, that one of the company urged upon a very distinguished man present, a warm friend of Mr W., to get him into conversation lie only needed to be jogged to become as lively as they wished. This frie...
Neatness and. Contentment. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Neatness and. Contentment. How easy to be neat! to bo clean! How eiisy to arrange the rooms with tho most graceful propriety! How easy It is to invest our houses with the truest elegance Eleganoa resiiles not with the upholsterer or the drapor;. it is in the spirit presiding over the chambers of the dwelling. Contentment mustalwaysbe mostgraceful: ic transforms »• -waste into a garden. The bourn lighted by these intimations of a cooler and brighter lifts may be wanting in much that the discontented desire : but lo its inmates it will be a pataeo far outvieihg the Oriental in * •
There's no sucli Word as Fall. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
There's no sucli Word as Fall. •BTCELSIOR." • Ho! toiler of the moody brow ! Ho! youth of the downcast eye! Why shouldst thou think of sinking now. Why heaves that bitter sigh ? Come, coin thy thoughts in Hope's bright mould. And light that cheek so pale: Fer youths like thee, so young so bold, There's no such word as fail! Art crossed in love? Let beauty frown; Turn thou to surer game; Turn to the virtuous deed's renown, And earn a deathless name; Turn to the works of god-like men; Hoist up a daring sail; And if thou stumblest, try again— There's no such word aa fail! The Spanish voyager crossed the sea To seek another world : And, sickening in despondency, Ilis weary sails he furled But taking heart he wended on Till land birds filled the gale; Columbus saw his work was done— There's no such word as fail! Thousands who rose from want and gloom, Are now in grandeur laid, With storied marbles o'er their tomb. In many a minster's shade; "Whilst noble youths, with bc-ndedhead, Think, ...
Interesting Discovery in Persia. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Interesting Discovery in Persia. A mixed commission which embraces .England, Russia, and Persia, is now engaged in tablishing the boundary line between Persia and Turkey, about which there has long been .difficulties. Col. Williams, well known to many Americans, and a man of character and talent, is the English Oommisjpner, and on the authority of a scientific American writing from Paris, the Boston Chronicle relates the following:— In the prosecution of this work the Commissioners have come upon the remains of the ancient palace of Shushan, mentioned in the sacred books of Esther and .Daniel, and the tomb j of Daniel the prophet. The locality answers i to the received tradition of its position, and the i internal evidence arising from its correspondence with the description of the place recorded in the sacred history, amounts almost to demonstration. The reader can turn to Esther, chap. 1, v. 6; there he will read of a pavement "of red and blue, and white and black marble in that p...
American Genius. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
American Genius. The chances of life are various: some men, possessing talent without tact, never bring their mental wares to any market; others, possessing lead mental culture and more availabilty, never seem to be at a loss for occupation. Such are constantly employed, well remunerated, and are sure to make their ms rk upon the times. Could Edward Everett make such a fortune with all his intellectual cultivation and acquisition of sound knowledge as has Harrison YVinan3, by his ingenuity and tactl We think not. The case to which we refer, is not a solitary one ; the past forty years teem with the like, and it speaks well for American genius. We have in our mind, at this writing, similar instances, but this one will suffice to illustrate our remarks. Harrison Winans left Baltimore a few years ago, a poor boy, but with an improved mind, acquired at a country school, with genius, ambition and enterprise He worked in Europe to the head of machinists acd engineers, and became a leading...
Eclipses for 1853., [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Eclipses for 1853., There will be two eclipses of the sun and one of the moon during the year 1853. The first eclipse of the sun wilt take pjace on.the sth of June, and will be in California, the southern portion of the United States, and in nearly the whole of South America. The second will be total, and will take place on the 30th Nov. It will be visible in California, Mexico, Central America,and nearly the whole of South America. Both of these eclipses will be invisible here. A partial eclipse of the moon will take place on the 21st of June, beginning at Oh 28m am., and ending at 2h. sm. Digits elipsed 2 1.4 on the main limb. man who has travelled some.says that thera is no country in the world where wives are more worshipped than they are in France. He regrets to say, howerer, that all the adoration comcs from somebody else's husband.
Th< Pr«is of tlve United State*. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Th&lt; Pr«is of tlve United State*. From the report of the Superintendent of the Census we find that the whole number of newspapers and periodicals In the United States,on the Ist of June, 1850. amounted to 2,800. Of these, 2,494 were fully returned, 234 had all the facts except the circulation given, and_ 72 are estimated for California, the_ Territories, and for those that have been omitted by the assistant marshals. From calculations made on the statistics returned; and estimated calculations where they have been omitted, it appears that the aggregate circulation of these is about 5,000,000, and that the entire number of copies printed annually in the U. S. amounts to 422,600,000. Four hundred and twenty fur papers are issued in the New England States, 876 in the Middle States, 716 in the Southern States, and 784 in the Western States. The average circulation of papers in the U. S. is 1785. There is one publication for every 7161 free inhabitants in the United States and ...
The Washington Monument* [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
The Washington Monument* The New York Herald, of February 5, has the following : The Secretary of the Association is out with another of his periodical bulletins, announcing the progress of the work, and calling for more money The monument located near the bank of the Potomac river, almost opposite to the President's House, to the southward, has now reached the height of one hundred and twenty four feet, the ultimate height being fixed at five hundred feet. The inside will be ornamented with an endless contribution of blocks of marble, limestone, freestone, and what not,contributed by innumerable associations with inscriptions to match; so that this national monument to Washington will be a monument to all the societies of free masons, republics, odd fellows, sovereign states, popes, military societies, etc. etc. in the land. Had all the money which has been expended in these blocks of stone, commemorativo of these societies, been appropriated directly to the Monument Association, i...
Extravagant Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Extravagant Speech. The late Bishop Hedding used to tell an incident iu his episcopal career,strikingly illustra? ting the despotic power of long indulged habit. At one of the conferences where he presided, a young - preacher was charged with indulging too great an excess in exaggeration. He was not said to be guilty of positive falsehood, but superlatives flowed so .freely from his tongue, that truth had all the semblance and frequently did all the mischief of a lie. The young man was publicly admonished by the chair. He stood up in the presence of his brethren, ' and the Bishop, with great kindness pointed «ut the evil resulting from the habit. Alter fearing him through, the accused, with tears requested permission to say a few words. He commenced by a candid acknowledgement ot his fault, and thanked the Bishop for his admonition. Turning to his brethren in the mmistrv, he assured them of his determination to conquer his besetting infirmity. "I regret it as much as any of you. I h...
Second Sight. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Second Sight. If our young friend who is in the haoit takr ing a "social glass," will look for about ten minutes in the bottom of his next glass, he will see the sugar form itself into the shape of a middle aged man in the gutter., with a Moated idiotic expression, carbuncled nose, and clotfces dropping off from rottenness; and if he will then follow the back track, he will find to hia horror that the fallen one originated from th© boots then on lys own feet! The Tennessee is so shivered that she cannot hold together long. Almost every seam is open. And when a wave rolls up and strikes her the impression to one standing on the dock is that she will go all to pieces. The furniture isjsaved, having been placed on the shore, iho duplicate machinery is also taken out of her and preparations were making to save the rest. * r [Transcript. Thackeray, in one of his lectures paid the following compliment to the English language. Said he, "It is the only language that treedom is permitted to ...
Questionable Benevolence. • ..... i.. .. « n„..lroi- wasnn Board [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Questionable Benevolence. • ..... i.. .. « n„..lroi- wasnn Board During the last war, a Quaker was on board an American ship engaged in close combat witlx an enemy's, lie preserved his peace principles calmly until he saw a stout Briton climbing up the vessel b v a rope which hung overboard. Seizing a hatchet, the Quaker looked over tlie side of the ship and remarked, wants that piece of rope thee can have it/wW* suiting the deed to the word, lie cut ott tfee rope, ::nd down went the poor follow to his long watery
"riic WneeHtigT Bviclge. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
"riic WneeHtigT Bviclge. The controversy upon tne constitutionality of this fine structure is now assuming anew and unusual shape. It is intimated that the U. S. Marshall, some time in February, will be on hand to obey orders, and "abate the nuisance." Then opens the conflict between the. high and formidable authorities, the act of Congress making it a national post-r-ute, and till, verdict of the U. S. Supreme Court doclarin,;. it a nuisance.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
GTO, LOCK, AN!) WHITE SMITH. SALAMANDER 8AFB3 opened; Lorks made and repaired All WOrts warranted. Also, constantly on band and fur »ali),m large assortment or Doublr and Single Barrel a hot Guns, Rifles Ptetola, Gun Trimming#, fr o., whjcbwlll be t-old cheap. Powder una Shot at whulesal... and .-..-Lull. All orders for work promptly attended to. aud crxeauted at uhart notice. Commercial M&gt;,, a few doom below Montgomery oi, San Fratielaeo, California. &amp;ep!9 IT F. A, BABCTOCK, -HT8R AND WHOLBtAUt liKALBrt 1M Drugs, Medicines. Faintj, Oils, J)ye Stvffs, Perfumery., VaiiFii Articles, Instruments, Glass Ware, etc., etc. 3 P.X Comet, Plying Hutohman.nnd Wild Pigeon—One S of the lorpur-c mid most eumpltfe assortment" of DROG8, MEDICINES, tee.. e»er imported, and oileroil to the trade ar. the lowest market w»tt)8 v cou»i»tto£ of eyery article no'.ded by the Druggist. l'h/sluiau, and Fancy Dealer peUFi;\tERV AND FANCY ARl'IOLBS—lost laudoJ from tUemost approved A ma-K...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 2 April 1853
Alexander &amp; Banning, Forwarding and Com mission Jlfet't/luuite, SAN PEBIlO AS!) LOii AXUEJ.E3, CAT,,, I f pnffliiUM the InterretofiMkfrt.tionelau i.&amp;Sanjfard in th|» /iinof. we ura oov I&gt;rtr a red To Store nnd forward Goads CO. Ana torn L-.s Angeles. i'riNlnco imftlwl, «tomd «nd lUjjtyed nil I,hp JU0..1 rennonable tourr*. Wodo nut biHd our •CIvitH responsible for damage i u noodn Iroiu Jlr-, &lt;&gt;r wafcw wlnii&gt; oil fi , T -V' , . ; c ; v.Ulltnro for Loo Angelica iinmcd). ateiynn lb.; nrrlvnl Mu»ch steam'tir. I5AIU.KV Inr .ii.li, &lt;|,,Atiiltiefl eo B«lt&gt; ttUrctUMw; wither lu L'm \ infi'K-a up sau 1'i-iiro. atu! M^A«n9 D L R ' . : T P &gt;"fl-A8BJLNKI-V&lt;l. WHO L MoMANPS. Agent In Lofl Angela t( Kit) Nation's Coasting JLtnc. Tbu »uli. r oi1biT lias now ccmjilefjut nil n«cc«*Aiy urnviuuemi'ntfi fur running n reuulnr Km. ol'Vrspclj Mil? pon and San Pedro. II* hrtu :nU.in —3lote fioiia...