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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

San Francisco Adv's. J* Eg? > OCW, LOCK. AND WHITE SMITH. SVt« \M ANL'BIt SAFRS npaned; i.'jrk* rnndr and repaired All *nrk iftrfauM, Al*0, ivmdautiy <-r> band and for aulu.aUflXo ani'Ttment tlf Duilbta and .Mritflw IhMl Shut Oub«. KIIIih l a ui<d*. Q«tl Trltnintaxa, &«.. dco., Wlilolt will be •old chtfap. Puwd«r and Hbol ill Mbnlnaiil* and retail All urd*r? for wurn promptly attended to. uud eiuOUtOdJU •Hocl nolle*. UomiBTiiial «t,, a fnw door* b''lo*r Mouigoaicry et , H*d PrtOCbWfl, California. »rp19 tf P. .4, |{ \]U (X K, IMKlllTBa A.I 0 WIIOliR*ALB iiKAI.Cn llf Drugs, Medici ft cm, t'otn Is, Oils, Dye Stuffs, l'crfvinery, fancy Articles, Instrument», Glass Ware, ct(.., etc. > BX Comet, Flying Dutclimio uud Wild Plsfwon—Onw 1 afUii! Ittrtf»«i. and noat unmpli't* a*aortuicnU ctf ijs.vitr-' W DllirOfi. SfKDU.'INKS, Jitr., r»ur'lm|nr«-.l.' nr. l ill. <-Jfc in tlir trad' 1 at tin- low.*jt market rati-a, eoa...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Star
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

New Goods, new Goods. TBI lir. IttbHcribur leav* In Inform ttaa cIiImmib nf the * rity (if Lna A mod** md the the aurroundin* country generally, tbat bulla* roBTlTvd ami opannl* large and c*Uti«ITO Slock of General Mcrcnandize, anltabb' fnrlha fall and wintir Mule, porebv<d id fan I'rnnclM?©, from Into arrlrnl* lium Europe, ami the aacUrti Oltfw 4C'i.;ll,0» mi J J'mirb l>rondr!olli», Mini Prennb bbwk and fancy fMsaltnerca, BUteli l.roiKli'lM'h frtwtk ami arena cirtitu, Hiii- hrondilntli fruult i-natc, ftyy*' broodfloUiJnckni una p«n».», 0*nU'fii»« binrx ami tanny ciiaaliner p«nti, Ontlumvu's i-ai-wlnrti panta, Superior tirdclo of blaukul eiMa, <!•••>•eaiodlllW bu-.iii<:u9 ioat«, hluclt and figured aallA VeEt», riHWlHi'lK |unila, li'iBlli'h ami Fronrtl lOftdo «Ulno »t>trU, l.liii'ii brixrru aliiita, Cri'm'li IV tired eallng, In dreea pnltarni, Kruiu'ii nilkcliMVl*. J,mil.»' Ajr»» t.iiv N'niiJki rchlof", llttlilnii crap...

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Bettei- Times. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Bettei- Times. There were fewer drunken Indians seen about th« streets last Sunday .than is usual op that day, and in consequence it passed off without ' tbo noise and brawling which are apt to char acterise our Sabbath's TJie credit of this change for the better is dup to our ••ew City Marshal, Mr Beard, who, since his ele. tion has been untiring in his efforts to preserve order and discharge all the duties which his office imposes upon Win. He has been particularly "down" upon that portion of our community who make their living by selling liquor to the Indians, and vre hope he will continue in his exertions to bring all such to an account. If he can succeed in removing this fruitful source of trouble and disgrace, he will richly deserve the thanks of the community.

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The Force of Ilabtt. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

The Force of Habit. Juan Gonzalis; wai brought before Justice Dryden last Tuesday, on a charge of selling intoxicating liquor to Indians, and whs allowed to depart after a short conference with his honor, by a fine of twenty doiiars and cost?—in all $41. His excuse was that hehad 41 got into ! a habit of doing it." Our new City Marshal ; has kindly volunteered to assist in break, ng him of the "habit," for which Mr Gonzalis fcliould be, and doubtless is, duly grateful. During the whole week our vigilant District ! Attorney has been very active in prosecuting cases of the above class. A. W. Tim ma was , fined $20 and costs for selling liquor to In dians, and Peter Collins for a like offence was mulched in the same amount:—all before Judge Burrell. Alexander Ramon wai complained of on two sepeiate charges of same nature, on each of which he was convicted, and fined $20 and costs. .Eugene Agaia was also called upon to fork over $20 and costs for fnrnishing Indians the wherewith to get ...

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Out on a Time. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Out on a Time. The u Bar " was out in full force last qver.ing, in commemoration of some event or events to our reporter unknown, and perambulated the streets until a late hour, very kindly presenting the citizens from over indulging themselves in a sort of imaginary luxury called sleep, and sotting a fine example to Indians andtowdres generally, whieh wo have no doubt they will be quick enough to imitate. The whole affair ended in a row, in which the only sufferer was our eity Marshall, who it is said busUiiued a dental attack upon the most prominent and one of the most useful and orname' • tal portions of his face. His adversary, whoever he was, displayed a most auti-epicurian tasto.

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The Affair at Santa Barbara. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

The Affair at Santa Barbara. A gentleman has kindly transmitted to us the evidence t iken betore the Coroner of Santa Barbara, at the inquest held on the body of J. Vida.ll, the person who was shot in the affray in that eity on the 30th ult. It docs not differ materially from the statement which we published last week, and we therefore omit its pub* ii cation. Our correspondent says, "John Dunn will recover from his wound. The ball passed through the right breast, slightly fraot iring theVhOulder blade." The ' Californian who stabbed the Sheriff and was afterwards shot by him, was named Leyva, not Lu ro, ; s we stated last week. He has since died of his wound.— The Sheriff will probably recover. The verdict of the Coroner's jury in the case of Vidall was as follows: '•We, the undersigned, jurors in the case of one John v Vidall, do hereby agree that the said ■John Vidall came to bis death by balls and knife cuts inflicted by some person or persons to the jury unknown.

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

Inquciti Mr Dryden held an- inquest yesterdav on the body of an Indian eery ant of Don itfachada, who of the sanja near the house of Don Jpan Ramirez, in the morning, with his throat cut. Nothing ascertained tlft circumstances of his p death.. and the us'ial vSrdiet in such cases was rendered. **

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

Rain. We have had «#ro days and nights of heavv ! ■r ?ain uurir-?. from the consequences of whicK it is ieared our vineyards ahd fields of UBWs%ird wheat will suffer. The grass has also sustained an injury. Such a quautity of rain at this seasoa of the ye r is almost unprecedented in the history of the country.

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MAYOR'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

MAYOR'S MESSAGE. To the Hon. Common Council — In fulfiment of a duty imposed, upon me by law. that of communicating toyou a general statement of the situation and eondition of the city, 1 hare the honor to call the attention of tha munioipal body to the subjects which at present appear to me worthy ol pre eminent at entlon Owing to the spareenes »f its population, our city lacks that activity which would cause the augmentation of the ditTerent branches of pubi c wealth, and from this causa arises a proportionablediiHinution in its levenue. I deem it, therefore, not prudent to increase our taxes in a manner that .would be burdensome to the citisens, althoughfwe may hare to lament some necessities. The bad eondition of the streets, , however, and other subjects of equal importance, require immediate appropriations. At present disbursements are made from the Treasury for the rent of a City Hall tor the use of the CO amon Conncil, ' and a City Prison. You are aware of the Importance of ...

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

Ball. A nice bailecito came off at the house of Senor Celis last Tuesday evening, in which about twenty e uples participated. Nothing ocourred during the evening to disturb the harmony or interrupt the enjoyment, of the occasion, and it passed off, we believe, to the satisfaction of all present. In a community where the means of diversion and relaxation are so scarce as they are here, these gatherings should be of more frequent occurrence.

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Col. B*n(on. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Col. B*n(on. The New York Herald lias in article upon Col. Benton, from which we take the following paragraph: "Old Bullion, if he lives and holds his presentrobust health, will be the life and soul of the next House of Representatives, and will make the fur fly fiom the backs of the youngsters who shall dare to hold him as excommunicated from the partyn He is just in that position and trame of mind for thrusting and cutting right and left, which will make him an invaluable acquisition to the House.- The fledglings and hawbucks of that honorable body of raw materials hare for some time required a man to take the place of lohn Quincy Adams; and there need be no fear that Benton will not exercise the prerogatives accorded to such a privileged character."

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JSleetlon Bribery 1b England. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

JSleetlon Bribery 1b England. The inv«b!i|S»tioni» mad" by committees of the English Parliament, into means by which nearly one hundred of the members were returned at the election last year, has brought to light many curious facts, lc was shown that at Huddersfield there were a large number of workmen engaged in the manufactories who were not voter*. These men were organized by one of the candidates and advised to exercise their influence over the retail dealers with whom they traded, bv threats of withdrawal. They were instructed tr watch the road■ over which the electors passed to the pollsjand on asking if stopping people on the roadwas not a high handed act, they were told that there wan no law during an election. non electors then aeted on this advice, and carried off by main force several voters, one of whom was only rescued by the women of the neighborhood who came to his rescue with a flourish of shoveU and tongs Another voter waemade drunk, and carried in a pheaton by a ci...

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Th« Honrbon Question. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Th« Honrbon Question. It is said that a letter has been received by one of the parties engaged in the settlement of tho claims of the Rer. Kleazer Williams to the throne of Franoe, aa the eon of Louis XVI., from a lady at A'ew Orleans, who states that ■he is the person to whom Belanger made his dying declaration in regard to the Dauphin — She is well known to Dr Hawkes, having been a member of his ohurch when he was settled in New Orleans. She states that she has in her possession a trunk full of uocuments relating to this question, communications from the royal family, &c., which sets the mntter«entirely at rest, and proves the Rev Mr Williams to be the Dauphin beyond cavil. An agent has been sent t® New Orleans to obtain possession of the documents. If these things are so, and Mr Williams, the reputed half breed Indian, turns out to be the rightful aft- of the Bourbons. there will be a job of work to be settled by the Holy Alii ■ nee. But let ui first have the document...

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Washington Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Washington Gossip. The correspondent of the New York Herald writing from Washington, April I, says: John A. Dix was confirmed by the Senate to day as Sub Treasurer for New York, after a stormy debate of three hours. The result at la t turned upon the question whether or no he had given in a candid and sincere adhesion to the Fugitive Slave law, it constitutionality, expediency, &c. Being vouched for as a worthy member on these points, he was swallowed by the decisive vote of $8 to 8. The majority was secured by an assurance from a distinguished Senator that Gen. Dix advocated the renomination of Gen Casa for the Presidency in 1852. The President declares his purpose to offer the public stations to the best men, without regard to applicants. If they are not accepted it is not his fault. He says his selections for District Attorneys and Marshals shall be significant of his unalterable purpose to maintain and enforce the Fugitive Slave Law, and that especially in regard to ...

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Itema from tlie Atlantic States [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

Itema from tlie Atlantic States Connecticut. The electoin for State officers i and members of Congress in Connecticut is reported to have resulted in favor of tlie Democrats. Gov Seymour and all the democratic candidates for Congress are successful. The Heral 1 says f President Pierce contemplates countermanding the Japan expedition he will have to be very expeditious, so far as the steam frigate Missistiippi is concerned. We learn by the f reign news that the M. sailed on the 3d of January from the Cape of Good Hope for Japan. Gen Joseph Lane, with his family, is already on the way to his new post, the Governorship of Oregon. Mr* Harriet Beechor Stowe was among the passengers who sailed frum ifoaton to Liverpool in the steamship Canada. There is an interesting couple in Cincinnati. who have been engaged to be married fcr the last five years.but no time has occurred within that period when they were both out cf prison at the same time. The A'ew York Commerci il Advertiser has the fo...

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ADVEBTISEMENT TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

ADVERTISEMENT TO THE PUBLIC. Ik is a mournlul necessity to be cumpelled to come before the public and through the medium 01 the pre*;-., explain to the same. circumstance* connected with an outrage upon u person, who, under ordinary circumstances.ought, individually to be able to find mean* of vindicating hi# honor, thus compromised. Hot when ail possible means have been resorted to fur the •(tainmeat of this object,without, meeting with the slightest degree uf success. then there in no other remedy left, but to request tbe public to judge from tbe facts, after duo conniderati n yf vrhich»it cannot fail to rai»eita voice against u member of the community, Who, abusing of, and clearly manifesting the most utter contempt for all the established laws of eociety, commits ao outrage on anofher.and is cowardly enough to refuse to give fatisfaetion. Never have I stained my character by using the coluo no of a public print in ord«r louttaik ■tiy person; but now the moment baa arrived, wl en...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

B 1 Groceries at Wholesale. JOHN JONES (EOS tr*»« lolti.urui (Iim public <4 hvm Anyr!»« CflffOt* t.hittba has 'ipriifd III till* CHy, tn BhII'h fiow, ODVMlt* I liotlog olfl.a n Ur«» in I <Jioico ir-irk cf {.uOCKRIiS and LIQIIOIIS, uhlrh l«e irlll dl«p»i«« "f«l IVIIOIiK'ALX on luruii •itr'tnrlj low. XI* rU*r.t« tod <t»d«r* vUhinf lo lit; In a f.mj oiuvk urQptxU, <>r rvnvn fhilr Hit, ar» tamUti t" ml »nd wiiiflt $50 Reward mm/ILL or pin* u>r krifonuRUra th*< mix lead tm HjuJir. TT toeOun •ml einirittWiu of an)* jutaoa or dr•<mjrio|{ or Injuring gii>«4juMftU*t »| lie tibial* up by . r..„. ,.| lh« libit* d Ut PAYIDSON, Ami. D 6 C*<u( . c urrry. For Sale. APARTIntrrxai In il»» Uotm and lUttaorant Wo Cm merer. Ioqu>t» n» ibr prraiUim Uiy ! 4 rw« arm- m m. z m-z m THIS «n0miguMj b'l toiJ . at 111" i• • All p*r»on? Indebted lc lilui •*« Inviii U malt- Itrimxllxir pay. m&a...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 14 May 1853

HEW GOODS!!!! Alexander & Melius, WOI'LD t»ke this opportunity to call the attention of the citizens of L.>>s Angeles, and the adjoining Counties to the fact that they arc now r»< eiving Per Ship EUREKA, and most extensivw stock off? | ilize eveiflcasßr\brought t( V | ity ; bro'tjcjglgpjdlrect fron I - tic StiitesSHitiSß^s'lectedaiid ' puri based by themselves expressly lur this section of ci try, connif"ing in part of AGKICTJLTUKAL IMPLEMENTS, Comprising—Corn Shelters, Fan Mills. Road Scraper*, Churns. Plows, double Iron Whiffle trees, Wheel-barrows, Grain Cradles, Hakes Shovels and Spades, Ilay Forks, tickles, Sheep shears, Emory's Double Horse Powers, Threshers, and Separators, Corn Mills, Iloes Grind Stones, Carts, Ac. Qgitrffijascßir'a.cßSßo Saddles, Harnesses. American and Mexican Spurs, Paints, Oils, Glass, Hard-Ware, Bar Steel and Iron, assorted sizes. Horse Shoes and Nails. Powder, STOVES, Cart Wheels,lron -Safes, DRY GOODS, CLOT...

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