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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 21 May 1853
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 21 May 1853
San EydjiftlieqlAdT'B. M ,j mil r&gt;i « : " : fAKMfIKO 11 iCKRRA JKR»,«W&gt; .1 usssfifflswjii — —. . . - .—_—- wftniia 9 tableciinientose halls «n la calle del C'omercio, a pocog poertas mas abajo de la calls de 9i»rt ¥r»factteo»-l * QftfiSSinTcu»«mWF q o u:^m! ■«n-.'^r'n 1» f.ui UTigr-.-g OH .EOMJMHw- QPOMMiSSION JIEfiGHAJM?-, description of. - y on his own account, but genejall* ha? a large asI.ITbTi 1-H -l •.!■»: lp to lij :i||B ~""'lfl . illlif TIRMLCfT II winftr'TiatMnW wr BWT fu wmMUuniflfn ' &lt; £t gwklog nopj fepn nt)noiotPH§m3O« 'i! i xnq j lR.'. «I ns wt'jnß SH3PPIKG AND CQMJIJSfcHtyf XBftsß4^oU ! .-S«-jl PAV.a.BT T WA»HntTOH AMD Clai, ' • iTiw o'tfriyJpart of An 4 4« «*MctaUM. L*. mtfMi-F; .xmpt. l n tsjfc,,, H. JOSWHI * M| " ,I^ r«Vij. aMintitt' Washington Batb JbobUMIkWMa. | u__ igUtft FBiSoii'slßuUdlljgf, rttt!.iftlrt&gt;. rt&lt;w~i Wr i4-WM» ipji.p,*,. &lt;m&gt;u&gt; parties at » di acted obt iyil mHiy...
Anecdote of tlie French S r./v em. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
Anecdote of tlie French S r./v em. Among the numy families birf» notion under the empire of the Jooo. few held if more dietiugulshu*, •" - i than that-.of the Counter H. Her h.use • Ik period of which we speak, was t re • oun of all tho coleb. if.ieo of the tii . «hals of Franoe, »in teamen. artiste stsi A latur*| alike crowded to her Jflw/Q M was ode ol her most ffoi|U#nt and had fhi reputation of being a* witty nud. amusing * perrooage ne would bo met wlift. inconsequence his company was ve*y gem-mlly sought, oven by the very highest circles. Iu which lliuagh hat little was known of hi* fiji.ily or eonnoctiontf, he had found means y&gt; obtain 90 excollent footing. . One ovoutngin tho wintcr'of 1805, abrilliont party was assembled iu th" gvf'salcons of tho Countess B , when a gcntloiiui, well known to all, arrived in breath lew* hu|te, and apparently uiueh oxoitud. He made lijs 'fay as quick I mpossible to the Counters,annall orowded round to hear what great piece of intel...
The Expedition to Sonora. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
The Expedition to Sonora. Alarm at Mazaxlan. The inhabitants of the northwestern of Mexico appear to be greatly excited by the rumors which have reached them of an intended invasion of Sonora from this State. It is said.that a party of Americans and Frenohmen had established themselves at La Paz, Lower California,where they were engaged in the early part of April, in making preparations to invade Sonora and Chihuahua, and further, that two English men of war were stationed in the vicinity, intending, it is supposed, to interfere in case the expedition commenced hostilities. Letters have beeu'receivodjrom Mazatlar* up to the Ist of April By these we learn that tTi'e Laliiomxa expedition under Count Raouset, which was helieved near at hand, formed the absorbing topic of conversation. The Governor and Commandant Genera! of the Stato of Sinaloa had interrogated the passengers and crew of the English brig Trisphena, recently from San Francisco, as to the truth of the rumors afloat. Their...
New Gold Discovcrles. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
New Gold Discovcrles. Considerable excitement is said to exist at Son or a owing to the favorable gold reports from Walker's River, on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada. The Herald says the climate is the same as on this side. On both sides of Walker's River there are fine wide valleys of superior land and well watered. Gold is found between Carson's and Walker's rivers, and the tributaries of these streams. This mining district has been prospected to the diatanoe of 40 miles wide and GO long, and it is believed to be e&lt;iual to the mining section of Tuolumne county. The whole distance is wel! timbered and watered. Walker's river is about the same size as the Stanislaus, but has more tributaries. Antelope, deer, mountain sheep, hare, grouse, and other wild game abound, and in some respects the country is superior to the western slope. Some 40 or 50 men have already en - gj&amp;ged to return to Walker's river, wltn Col. McLean, where 300 or 400 mormons hare bee...
m Anecdote of the President. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
m Anecdote of the President. A correspondent in furnishes us with an anecdote of Gen. Pierce, which will give our readers some idea of the man without the politician. A few days since the President appointed an individual to a responsible and lucrative office in a distant part ot the country on the recommendation of two U. S. Senators, and the Senate confirmed the appointment.— This pratifying event produced an oxhileruting effect upon the successful applicant, who so far forgot himself as to indulge in a 'tglori- 1 ous jollificationAs he was lodging in a fashionable hotel, his disgraceful conduct became the town talk. The Senators who had recommended him to the favor of the President,finding that he had disgraced himself and was unworthv of confidence, waited upon the President, stated the facts, and asked for his removal from office. The President in reply said, "Gentlemen, thij man was nominated by me, on your recommendation, and at your solicitation, to an office under the gover...
A l<ady Jesuit. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
A l&lt;ady Jesuit. We found Capua, where wer romained the greatest part of the day and night, filled with Neapolitan soldiers, which afforded us an opportunity of becoming acquainted with a party of officers, fine gentleinenly men, who took all possible means to make our short stay among them agreeable. The nxt morning, while breakfasting with our gallant friends, the waiter announced a French lady, the de L. an elegant, ladylike woman, who, although somewhat past the* age of love and romance, might still be termed pretty. She stated that the object of her visit was te petition for a place in our carriage as far as Rome, atfd another on the outside fbr her servant, offering to pay her share of the expenses. She apologized in the politest manner for the intrusion by saying that, being unprotected,*she trusted the unsettled state of the country might be - pleaded as an excuse for the liberty she had taken; adding that she knew, by placing herself in the protection of Englishme...
Tin Dark Day of May 1780. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
Tin Dark Day of May 1780. The Boston Journal published a letter V *- ten more than eighty years «go, by Dr Caleb G. Adams of .Exeter, N. H. to Gen. Nathaniel Folsom, who was at that time a member of the Provincial Congres*, at Philadelphia. The details described are deeply interesting. The letter is dated Exeter, May 27,1780: "We had a very extraordinary phenomenon the 19th day of this month. In the morning it was rainy, till about 9 o'clock, when the clouds broke away, and the sun appeared, very red. After 9 .o'clock the clouds grew very thick, with the wind from the'southweat, in light breezep; at 101.2 it was uncommonly dark; the clouds appearing of a yellowish hue.* At 11 the public school was dismissed, it beipg so dark that no person could read or write. It continued to grow darker till 12, when it was so dark that we cculd not tell one person from another in a room With three large windows. In short it was midnight darkness at noonday. The fowls wenb to roost, and there was a...
An Old Woman's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
An Old Woman's Story. "When l was aiout seventeen.'' said an olu lady, I was the favorite, and loved object of a respectable and intelligent man, who was at the time 22 or 23 years of age. I was the only daughter of wealthy parents, who doted on me. I had many admirers. But particularly was I the favorite of this young man. But he was poor and I was too proud to accept his proposal. 1 told him I would never leave my parent# without-bettering my condition —that no man who was not able to buy a good home need ever expect to obtain my hand. 1 loved him because he was good looking and intelligent; yet I tlounted him beca se his purso was not filled with gold and his father had no "niggers." It is eow just 27 years since I was united in matrimony to a dolt! the only living wealthy farmer. The congratulations ot my friends were unanimous; they all thought,and so did I think, that 1 had made a lucky choice. But alas! it was an unlucky choice for me. He W4VS ft profligate and a spendthrift ...
Enamel for D»guureotyp«. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
Enamel for D»guureotyp«. A valuable discovery with Daguerreotypes has been made by Mr S. N. Carvalho, an artist of CharleBtoq, S. C. It has been hitherto necessary to enclose daguerreotypes in cases and cover them with glass, as the least friction destroyed the work of sun and shade. Mr Carvalho has discovered a perfectly transparent enamel, insoluble by all ordinary agents, a thin coating of which being spread upon a plate, it may be carried about without other protection or sent by post to any part ot' the world. Th» enamel produces no perceptible effect upon th« picture, couple.of hod oarriers lately fought a due) at San Francisco. Cause, jealousy: weapons, pickaxes; distance, a yaod and a half.— The third round iWulloney got his head caved in, while his antagonist had a prong introduced into his thorax. The seconds took along handharrows to ' She has Recovered. The young lady at the South End,who swooned on hearing it announced that a naked fact would be disclosed, camo to, on r...
More Pay for the Sailors. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
More Pay for the Sailors. An amendment ro the appropriation bill was adopted by Congress, giving to all officers, marines and sailors serving on the coast of Mexico and California, (Juring the w*r, double pay while in the I'acifio. This act embraces the period between A/ay, 18-46, and September, 1850. An act was already in force granting this extra pay from September 1850 to February, 1852. Thus the double pay extends from May 1846, to Februnry 1852—a period of six years. Legal representatives can put in their claims for the said Mr Webster has left property to the amount of three or four hundred thousand dollars,»though it is understood' to be deeply laden with liabilities. His farm at Marshfield is valued at upwards of one hundred thousand dollars."
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
San Francisco Adv's. ,rGfi.v LOCK, AND WHITE SMITH. V -n'.-d o 1 (Ml wnric Al-U. •&lt;«•»*»»!&gt; oo Uni t n.i J I t ■ale, a Unfa •*««« o« Drtwl-U ftl«*l* «Wrr»l Sbol I'uwi. w&lt;m&gt; XrUMiu&gt;M&gt;, *«..Oti., wfclah*Ui be 10M clival' l'i»det and M wliniiNalt: and retail. All i*ol»rn far &lt;*rk proiopll.T attended to. mil fcceautfel at short oOtt««iJommpivUI »t.. a few dOa»» below Moutgobitiy »t , Sao rr*n«&gt;«M. o*ur«*u. »epio rr I, A, IIAUCOCTK, I AND WIIIILe«*L6 ItWAlfl" I!* Drug*, Mcdicoiei, Painta. Qi'.x, Dyt Stuff*, tti/vmry, Fancy Article*, Instruments, (Uats Ware, etc .., etc. A ICC &lt;inmet,Fljrlitc Du»cbin*t»,atiit Wild I'litaoo —0n» CU of the i»fy*'C ».|0 iai»i compute ej&lt;rjrtm«ntg ot IS WtO&amp;NIDtCliniB Jfe*„ vver impart'id, and t ill or LA &gt;1 to (tit (ml* *£ «» loift Uiarl'H rilo, C0n»l*tltji* of .««ry entitle uolUiJ by th« I'UyaWao, and yutjr? Dealer tiariuiKiiv...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
New Goods, new Goods. Tllltaubx'tlber betftt laava t&lt;» Inform Urn tsltlaepi of the "•tty of to* Anjpdaa ami the Hif aurruundlue ry *«nerally. ilull he baa r«c«lv&lt;d and openAda lvg* and »*ia«live Stock of General Ncrcrmruhse-, aulttlde (Drill* full anil nluinr Irada, puniia—.1 ID Han VntDaUco, from lute arrival* from Huropa.aud *be «*ai«t) dMaa. Ki»ttl&gt;»h tod »(&lt;*0&lt;h bro*4e|nt-l»», XiiRlIgh an&gt;i FfrucJj bluuk and fiinoy niiniaMii, liU.'U KrwadaJoib ft«ok end ilrr«a c.iaU, Hoy a* line brvaU. lull) fr«t k NHI. Hava' br»a»lfliitlij»i.kw« awl pawU. V».&gt;M.'nn« »&gt;!»&lt; * and llUKy aiMinier pants, tfanUeuirti's renin, tt pwiU. ;&lt;-Iffnor an Ida «lf blanhci t-naie, livnU' OMiinrr buahieaa ioat&gt;, fUlt anil Stfor.v) »eiin tlotUinade punt*. Koilli«n auJ frxudlt wain cbIIimi ibltta, Linen huaoui .hJrtn. Vraueb Henred tuilue, ludn;a pallaraa, Preach lilkUtawK I.adliw' »ilk IibiuUi...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
03?- We wish o.u triends to bear in mind that we are prepared to perform every farletv of Job Printing, in asijle as neiit, und at prices as reasonable .18 auy office in the State.— 9111 jieads, \otices.ali kinds of blinks fc'c.. ko.,printed at »► irt notice ; lii _ r&gt; , i ', - . JV-n _ n _^'.. M». J. M. Harckr is the onlv authorired agent for the itarln San Fraucisco. Advertisements left at his box in •ta" tiooto-st ore of I.ecount Jc Strong, will b* forwarded to us JXT The-i.OO 'Snfltlra &amp;tar, by a law approvod April 30th, 1853 is. mud-■ the ICrfai advertising medium for the three •unties of Lnfi Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Luis &lt; &gt;w«po. Legal •notices of every description, in thes&gt;- counties, will. be invalid unless yublished iu our columns according'to law. 1
FonrDaysLflter from San Frnnelseo. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
FonrDaysLflter from San Frnnelseo. •^lw"'•'Laura Bevms," Capt Mort6n, arrived i at' San Pedro last Tuesday just three daysfrom San Francisco, with dates from that oity as late as May 18th. Capt M. has made the quickest trip between the two j?"orts of which we have any record . \Ve hope Messrs Pierce &amp; Reed will continue the Laura on the line. We are indet obligations to Mr Baylies for copious files af Saa Ff""" s "'"' i—«*»-* The egislature was to have adjourned on the ,18th. In the Senate on the 13th, Mr Coffroth from the Committee oii' Federal Relations, to whom was referred that portion of the Governor's Message, relative to the abolishment of the Land C'omciissidners, established for the settlement oFth'6 private land claims of California, Veported resolutions, as follows: Relolved, By the Senate and Assembly, that our Senators in Congress be inatructed and our Represeritati'.es requested to use all proper nieiifls'to obtain from Congress the passage of an act repeal...
Flight of Prison Birds. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
Flight of Prison Birds. Last Suwd.iy night some twenty city prisoners, most of whom had been arrested for drunkenness and disturbing bhe peace.finding,doubtless, the prescribed limits in which" they were placed not computable with the idea tkey had f.»rmed of liberty and equal rights, and entirely inadequate for the display of that buoyancy of spirit and proneness to li propel" which characterizes bipeds in a partially inebriated state, very quietly and naturally enough ; open ed the prison door and walked out! There was no guard placed oyer them, and the door was imperfectly fastened with 'a common lock and a padlock. Th«y pushed ba the bolt of the former, and drew the staple to which the latter was fastened'. The whole affair is attributable to carelessness on the part of the City Marshnl. In this instance the escape of these men is no no particular loss, but had there been prisoners arrested on a charge of murder, or those whose evidence was of vital importance in any case before...
TIfE HAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 May 1853
TIfE HAILS. We desire to call special attention to a notice in another column, calling for a public meeting on Monday evening. The object of the meeting is one of vital importance to every man woman, and child in this county, and it is to be hoped that all citizens will take an in terest in the matter and attend. Each day but augments and renders more palpable the evils of which we complain: and something must be done at orice or we shall soon be without any means of communication at all. We are al' most so now. Let all attend the meeting at the Court House.