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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

Linia Establecida.de Vapores Oorreos Entre San Francisco y San Diego, CaliforniaEL VAPOR OHIO, su Capitan F. Hillard. continuara baciendo bus viajes por la costa dos veces cada mes dnrante la estaoion proxima, cuya travesia efectuara entre lor puertos de San Francisco y San Diego, tocando* en los diversos puntos, Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara y San Pedro. Este vapor, despues do haberle dado una complcta recorrida a su casco, olrece por toda« eircunstancias, mas seguridad y mejores comoa didades, a los pasajeros que ningun otrode loa de su clase que navegan igualmente la costa.{ Su camara principal se halla dividida en grandes departamentos, bien amueblados, en donde estan sus respectivos camarotes, y se ha dispuesto muy bien la segunda camara para que pueda recibir pasajeros a menos precio. Por flcte. o pasajc se ocurrira a tratar asu bordo o al despacho del Senor J. Lyons, que ee halla situado en la callc de Fremont, San Francisco. tf EL nuevo y hermoso vapor...

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Uiilnglei. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

Uiilnglei. By God: lo mas original qua hay en el raundo as un ingles. Por la manana, despues de asear minuciosamente su rostro y sus raanos, introduce en su ostomago un inmenso roastbeef, y sale con su rostro nacar, sus ojos azules, ysu pelo rubio, a discutir sobro loa bonoa, a leer los periodicoa de la India y de las Americas, y a hacer sua negocios con una gravedad y ooaura admirables. En la tarda, se pone a la mesa, y va engullendo con admirable maestria, otro trozo de roast-beef, multitud do grandes y doleznables papas, sabrosas onsaladaa, delicacadas aves, diversidad de salsas esquisitas : I despues f . . . . despue3 viene le mejor ; el aromatico borgorta, al trasparente southerna, el espumoso champana:laa copas se suceden unas traa otras, los vasoa se repiten, loa juramentos se multiplican : la alegria crece, y el rostro del inglea so pono rojo oomo si la sangro fuera a brotar por los poros : sua ojoa azules se adormecen y toman una ospresion romantica : y de su cabello rubio ...

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Prantin. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

Prantin. Los correaponsales do algunoa periodicoa ingleaea escriben de /'aria que corria alii el rumor da que era probable que so celebraae un tratado de alianza entre Francia, Inglaterra y dos 6 tres pequenos Eatados; para contrapesar el poderde las potencias del Norte de Europa. Mr. de Ki3selefl,Enviadooxtraordinarioy Minis tro plenipoteneiario deßusia.entrego a Napoeon 111, el 14 do febrero, en audiencia particular, la respuc?ta del £inperador de Rusia a la carta particular que el de Francia le habia eserito. Tambien fuo reoibido por el Emperador en audiencia particular en las Tullerias, el 15 del mispio mes, el general Ou gar off) edecan del kmperador de .Kusia. Se hacian muchos comenta- | rios acerca de esta eutrevista, pero nada se habia traslueido acerca de ella. Por decreto del 12 de febrero, el Emperador Nepoleon Illlevanto l 's medidas de seguridad general pronunciadas por la comision de revision del primer distrito military por las comisiones mixtas en lob departamentos ;...

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Ctntro Ainerioa-Guatemala y Honduras. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

Ctntro Ainerioa-Guatemala y Honduras. Los amagos de guerra entre Honduras y Guatemala no presentaban mas espcranza de solucion pacifica que la mediadion ofreoida por San Salbador, que algunos deseaban fuese aceptada. En una comunicacion del Ministro general de Honduras al de*Relaciones de Guatemala se 1 exponen los motivos de agravio que aquel sen- ! tia, y refiere entre otros grates la invacion de ; tu territorio por el ccmandante guatemalieco Solares ala cabeza de 400 hombrea, quienes i entraron a saco on la ciydad de Copan, despues j de haber desalojado de otros puntos pequonoa destacamentos de Honduras, y so entregaron a todo genero de excesos sin exoeptuar la violencia y el estupro. Al mismo tiempo se aproximaban otras fuerzas de Guatemala a las frontcras de Honduras, y todo Be hacia sin la menor provocation, y cuando, segun el Ministro de Honduras, su gobierno acababa de desarmar y aun de perseguir, sin obligation alguna de su parte, a los enemigos de Guatemala refuj iados cn ...

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Imperturbabilldad. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

Imperturbabilldad. El condestable do Borbon, cuva traieion para con Francisco t no lo hizo olridar la valentia y pericia militar, hailo la muerte en el asalto de Roma el ano do 1527; el subio el primero y reoibio ol golpe mortal; al caer dice a un official suyo: "Acelerato a cubrirmo con esta capa: oculta mi muerte a los soldados; y quo llevo yo conmigo a lo menos la esperanza de la victo" ria. " Se eiecuta la ordon; oyo el que los ospanolesse prfguntan unos a otros: ! " En donde esta Soibon 1 ? jgHa muerbj? " '-No, 1 ' los dice sin doscubrirse, "liorbon ya marchando mas adelante; seguidle," y espiro al momento.

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Nueva Carablna j experimentoa [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

Nueva Carablna j experimentoa El general vizconde de Hardingo, acompanado de un hijo del condo do Aberdeen, asistio el de eriero, en el parquede Wolwioli, a los experimentoB liechos con una nueva especie de curabina. Con ella se ban disparado cien tiros en quince minutos, saliendo de este modo eeis de aquellos por cada uno de estos. La bala que sirve para la carga es mas pequena y la polbora mas fina que las de quese liaco uso para la carabina Minie. El alcance dela primera ea de 200. 300 y 500 metros. El general Hardingo ha examinado tambien la nueva maquina inyentada y perfeccionada for Mr. Anderson : esteaparato maravilloso funeiona por si mismo, sin la intervencion del hombre, y puedeproducir por bora mil balas de Minie, que son notables por su perfeccion e igualdad.

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Comida Freaidenolal. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

Comida Freaidenolal. El presidente Mr. Fillmore, dio el lunea ultimo, atu susesor el general Franklin Pierce, una comida esplendida, a lacual asistieron ademasvariaa personas distinguidas, entre ellas, los altos dignatarios de la presents administracion y vavios de los personages eenaladoa como mieml ros del gabinete democratico. Asistieron tambien a la eomida varias personas de diferentea colores politicos, individuos del Con■ gvcso, y entre ellas Mr. Pierre Soule. Diceso que Mr. Fillmore ha querido evitar asi la, imputacion que se liace al presidento Polk, a quien se aeusa de no haber obsequiado con la urbanidad que debia al general Taylor, por "motivos aordidos y ruines. "

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Nlgromantlca eepancla. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

Nlgromantlca eepancla. Segun un periodicodo Madrid, habia llegado a aquella corte una gitana de singular belleata, la tual hace prodigos increibles en materias de adivinacion. Parece que es una especio do Bartolome Coclea cuando echa la buena venturer, pues lo rniemo descubre !os secretos del porvenir en los troncoa de los arboles quo en las rayas do la mano; en los suenos o en las combinaciones numericas. Persona quo conoce y trata a esta gitana Hamad i Lola, asegura que es mujer de un talento extraordinario, dotada de una grando ponetracion y de una mirada fascinadora. Su amabilidad corre parejas con su ciencia nigromantica, aunque no con su pues que ella mismadice que su magia consiste en adivinar por el agua, per el aire, por lajtierra, por el fuego, por las yervas y por los pece^.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

POSTAGE ON PRINTED MATTER. llates olPostage to be charged upon Newspapers, Periodicals, Books, unsealed Circulars, and every other description ol printed matter, transient or otherwise, Irom and alter the 30th September, 1852. Newspapers, periodicals, unsealed circulars, or other articles of printed matter, (except books.) when sent to any part of the United States, weighing three ounces and under, one cent. Over three ounces and not. over four, 2cts. Over four and not over five, 3 cents. And so on an e?tra cent for every extra ounce. Newspapers and periodicals when- circulated in the State where published, half cent. Small papers, published monthly or oftener, and phamphlets not containing more than sixteen octavo pages, when in single packages to one address and prepaid by postage stamps, when weighing at least 8 ounces, four cents, and half a cent for every extra ounce. Books, bound or unbound, not weighing over four pounds for any distance under 3,600 miles, prepaid, one ounce o...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 7 May 1853

San Francisco Adv's. I. ir fARMKRO VT CERRAJERO. ABRK areas de Fierro,Fabricnnte de <j«rradur|is y las r-r pone Garemtera todau sus obras. Tien® constantcmec q gran surtido para su expendio de escopetos de uno y do Canones, Rifles, Pistolas, Polvorines y demas articulos paia ' aso del arma, los que se venderan apreciosbarratos, igualmente que polvora y muuicion por mayor y manor. Su establocimiento se halla en In calle del ComerciO. a pocos puermas abajo de la calle de Mdntgomery, San Francisco. — Toda elase de trabajo que se ordene al uiismo se le dura la debiadateneion y cumpliincnte en el tiempo que sea sefialajel93ra. WM. 11. STOWELL, COMMISSION MERCHANT IS OR the sale of Produce and General Merchandize. Front ■ Street, between Halleck and California. San Francisco, N. 15.— W. 11. S. makes no purchases of any description of property on his own account, but gene)ally has a large assortment of merchandize for sale on consignment, lie respectfully tenders his services to...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Cos Angeles Sto. VOL. 3. LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1853. NO. 1,

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The Bridge of Siglig. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

The Bridge of Siglig. "Drowned, Jtdftli. 1 '—UtalHyli thoma* hood Oueiaiir* nafr/rtnnalo l it than aU other? Weary <v| brenlh. JU'liiy importunata, Alan: f>>r (hv rnrlly Gone t<» b'r ilemb. Of Clirlrtlao duUttf Take lirr uj t«n<lerly, Uptfar ehe »»n; 1.1ft. liiwr with i*Tf| Oil! it »n« pitiful, F,is!il(iii-d m aloodetly, N<-*r ti wbuU- city foil, Youuir uud an hlr. ItOttM Stic bnd non*. Tli* bl«uik wind* of Munch Look at hnr gnrmunta, Made licr (ramble nod fblr«. ' Hnk-inu liWi> corroienfj, But uoi tbi» dark arch, WblM ilu* waTr rotuXRDlly Nor lbs M»oV rlv«; Drip* bar olething; >l»d !> Ii(» »Idninry, ToJai b*r up in*ta«llj, OUd m JVMjb'a leyetvry LuMn* not loathing. Swift to lm harleil, A»y aay wbitf*, Touril bar not acomnillf, Out of lt» Wvild. riiii.lt of her mournfully, Omfly »nd buuMiiIy; Tn »lie plnnfad boldly, Nut nrtlic atalue dfb«r, NocMUwrbn* i-i.iilly Ah Mint.mnalne oi hue Th...

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Report on (he Ijand Memorial to Congress* [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Report on (he Ijand Memorial to Congress* Judge Unlstoo. chairman, and Mew*. J. M. Efitell. B. I'. A'eeu*. and J 11. Wade, inemle.e ■if the Senate ppeciul committee to inquire into the expediency of memorialising Conercfift for nil P oldie Lands in the State, reported that Some of the cominitlec believe I lint the pulllie lauds wilhio the Stntu fire, withuut furthor notion, the property of tlus !>tate, under tljo Curi-titutioa of tho United States and of thii State. % . The emnniittee theroforrj d-- not advise the ndopiiun of any nionnuial to CQpjytws whRAi will aoknovrlodge the right ol th« General Government in those lund*; but for the pnrpi.su «>1" quieting any doubt upon the >• object, your oummittof have agrocu upon a memorial on the •abject, -which they herewith report. The memorial aher .ntating that tho true policy of all govern pi ouU k donate the public lands in small tract* lo iud.vidualu, argu«e the of title n« fdllowti: The rights of sov...

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Wheeling Bridge Calf. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Wheeling Bridge Calf. Pravious to the close of the U. S. Supremo Court, a motion was filod by the attorney general pf Pennsylvania, and tho counsel of the state, asking tor an order to tjh,e marshal to execute the decree of the court in relation to the Wheeling Bridge, declaring it to bo an illegal structure, and also for attachment against the • officers, managers, and stockholders for not complying with the decree of the court. The ease oomes up in May, and the argument will bring up the question as to the effect of the act of Congress declaring tho bridge a po»t road.

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INSTINCT Or A HYENA. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

INSTINCT Or A HYENA. During the mission with which I was charged in 1848 to Algeria, some of the natives gave me ii young hyena, which soon became attached ,to me, after the manner of a faithful and gentle dog. This creature became the insei arable companion of my rambles. With an instinct, aided by het uncommonly acute smell, she served me as a guide, and with her 1 felt certain of never going astray, to whatever distance 1 might penetrate, cither into a forest or into a mountuin ravine, or among those immense sandy plains which so much resemble the sea. As soon as I wished to return, and even before it, if she herself felt weary the hyena, with dilated nostrils, snuffed the soil; and after a few minutet spent in careful investigation, she used to walk rapidly on before me — Never did she deviate from the track by which we had come, as 1 constantly perceived by the marks which my feet had made in stopping to pluck some rare plant, or the evidence of where my hand had broken a branc...

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New Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

New Territory. Tha following is from the Boston Ttpies.: The new Territory of " Washington,''creatcil by the last Congresi. compris-s thnt part of Oregon which lies north of the channel of the Columbia river, to where it crosses the -16th degren of latitude, and thence along mid degree* oflatitude to the top of theTiocky .Mountains. The land occupied by Missionary ttations, not exceeding 540 acres to each, together with the improvements, is expressly confirniod to the Missionary Societies respectively which established the same. Stations that were so occupied prior to the passage of the Act organizing the territory of Oregon, are also confirmed to the societies which established them, ev®n tho" they have since been abandoned^ 170 vessels, manned by 7000 men have left the ports of Newfoundland on their aunual. sealing excursions'.

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Coinage and CuiTCiiey. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Coinage and CuiTCiiey. Congress at its last session passed a number of acts modifying tlie present coinage and currency laws. The following: is a synopsis of these provisions, which will be found of great importance to the people of California: Ist. The relative standard of value between gold and silver has been .altered at the rate of G9l, 100 per cent, in order, if possible,to keep American coin in the country. There is to bo an entire new coinage of half dollars, quarters, dimes and half dimes, of loss weight than the present coin. The present half dollar becomes worth nearly 04 cents in comparison with the coin that is to be. 2d. A new three dollar gold piece is ordered to be struck. 3d. The present three cent pieces arc to be freed in a good degree from the copper alloy that now disfigures them after being a little in use. These three cent pieces have now 750.000 in silver, and are really worth only 2 3.4 cents; but the new three cent pieces will have 900,000 silver, and be of ...

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Persecution of Protestants in Tuscany. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Persecution of Protestants in Tuscany. The Tuscan government has at length determined upon a measure which has been far too long delayed, and our readers will learn with great satisfaction that the A/adiaisare released from prison and put on board a vessel at Leghorn bound for .Marseilles. The Grand Duke of Tuscaiiy has professed latterly to keep them in confinement, und r the infliction of most unmerited punishment, for no better reason than the dare of his own dignity: and it was alleged on lm behalf that however he might be disposed to temper the rigor of ecclesiastical porcecution, he could not yield without some show of independence to the pressing solicitations brought to bear against him. In our judgment it would have been a wiser and manliar course to wipe out at the earliest possible moment the stain which this transaction has thrown upon the administration of a Prince who was once considered humane, liberal und just. Nothing ho "car. now do will obliterate the fact, that i...

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Bride Cafcc fw tlie Frencli Emperor. *. • i 1,. ...... I.! ...,r.on»- with iillt.llflir [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Bride Cafcc fw tlie Frencli Emperor. *. • i 1,. ...... I.! ...,r.on»- with iillt.llflir The 1-arisi.fns.it would appear, with all their proficiency in the'pTepnratiop of delicacies for the table, have not as yet mastered the mysteries of plum oake, the great dyspeptic luxury of periiJo Albion, seeing that some friends of the Kmrerpr in Paris, whether English or native we have not learned, have determined on presenting him with a bride cuke,were obliged to have it prepared in London, its solid requisites being quite beyoni the resources of I arisian patisserie. The order arrived on Monday and on Thursday the luscious letfiathan displayed its full baked table. th.e c<i, l.Wpreduced it,it \4fegiookini; great gravity, weigl(\*jf<s2o pounds wifhrV.t its ornam-nts, and oontfiining a fabulous qiKntity of eggs and plums. The decora- u tVi consists 01 a circle of'cornucopias, well modeled in frosted sugar, and cach^pouringW-rth <' vers, emo.e.iiatical of the"...

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