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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

ARMERO 1 CERRAJERO. ABRE ircas de Fierro, Fabricante de corraduras y las compoue Gareratera todau sus obras. Tiene constantcmeut» gran surtido para su exuondio de cscopatas de uno y dos Canones, ltifles, Pistolas, Polvorines y demas articulos paia el uso del arma, Jos xue se vender an a precios barratos, igualmente que polvora y raunicion por mayor y menor. Su establecimientosu halla en la calle del Oomercio, a pocos puertas mas abajo de la calle de Montgomery, San Francisco.— Toila clase de trabajo q;ie se ordene al mismo se le dara la debida atencion y cumplimente en el tiempo que sea Fefialajel9 3m. GEORGE G. POPE, TITEGOCIANTE EN lIARINA Y GRANOP, Calle Front, [entrb clay y Washington.] San Francisco. Se despachaiau pedidos del interior, con prontitud y esmero. je 5-3 if \fENTA PARTICULAR. Elduefio de la fonda Francesal que se Ualla situada, en la calle del Comercio ofrece a publico la existencia y muebles fijos que perrenecon a dicha casa. con la idwade veuderlos proutaineifie....

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Coixciden'cias notables. —En la correspondencia de Viena se halla un hecho singular que trae vivamcnte ocupados a los sabios fisiolojistas de Alemania: La condesa de..., viuda, hacia algun tiempo tenia dos hijas jemelas tan sumamcnte parecidas. que para conocerlas y distingirlas en el seno de su familia fue preciso valerse de sehales particulares. Tenian las mismas facciones, la misma estatura, igual mefalde voz, t&do, en fin era de una semejanza estraordinaria. Como las tales jovenes l>:ibian heredado un buen nombrc y una for tuna considerable, es mutil advertir que so babian presentado muchos pretendientes, aijnquo se estrellaron todos ante la profunda indiferencia delas jemelas. Sin embargo, como eldios.ciego lanza sus tiros sin distinguir de personas, llego tambien para ellas el memento de verse atravesadas por una de sus flechas. Cierto dia presentaron en casa de la condesa a dos franceses que hacia poco habian llegado a Viena' E.ran hermanos, gemelos tam...

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Energia. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Energia. Vaiuo resultados trahe consigo.—Sinpatizßmos con el eai acter de aquellos hombres que se hallan dotados por la naturaleza de una entenza energica. Tirenae a los mismos con toda fuerza de un lado y otro vendran adoblarse, solamente: pero nunca se quebraran Echenlos a tierra y en un momento volveran a estar en pie—S'epultenlos en el lodo y en el termino de una hora saldran de el y quedaran limpios. No son como aquellos que pasando su existencia languidamente o andando por el mundo sin estar haciendo nada de util pareceser que han nacido solamente con la mi tad de su alma por lo tanto aquellos no pueden ser sujetadas hi destruirlos—Sino fuera por esta clase de individu- ' os, el mundo pronto degeneraria ellos mismos : son la sal del globo. jQuienes son ellos los que pronuncien algua noble proyecto? que edifican ; nuestras ciudades y levantan nuestras fabricas: y adetnas los que blanquean el mar con sus barcos que navegan en todas direcciones, como tambien los que ei?negrecen e...

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Ilusiones del Deseo. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Ilusiones del Deseo. Ln curay unasenorita estaban observando ia luna en un telescopio para ver si descubrian habitantea : :'Si no me engano, dijo la senorita, perciDo dos sombras que se inclinan una iiacia la otra, y en mi concepto son dos amantesdichosos.'' El cura que oyo esto, aplica la vista al telescopio, y mirando atentamente, dice muy lleno de satisfaction "Sehorita, las dos sombras que decis son dos campanarios de una iglesia."

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Matrimonio de Lnis Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Matrimonio de Lnis Napoleon. •>e dice que se han entablado negociacioncs matrimoniales entre Luis Napoleon y una princesa sueca La princesa en cuestion dice la Invuna <Ie nuevi York, es desendiente de Gustavo v\ assa, rei de Suecia, v reside actualmente en Austna: tiene la edad del Presidente v la suponen con un dote de cien millones!!!

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Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Mexico. El Jonera! Santa- Anna ha escrito una carta a bus partidarios en la quo manifiestano les pres*aria mas dinero con motivo de eausar revolu,clones,: quo ya les habia enviado ciento cincenta mil pesos que han malgastado; que ellos le ban engano, y por fin que son unos despreciables cobardes que temen el solo nombre de Arista' be dice, segun Camargo, que Caravajal habia vendidosus tierrasde Camargo, Reynosa. Mier 7 Guerrero a una compania Norte -Americana por la suma de docientosmil pesos.

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Aventuras de an Artista.' [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Aventuras de an Artista.' ! El celeb) e Caffarelli no era menos eelebre por • su insolencia que por su voz y su admirable ta- ; lento. Nino mimado del publico, trataba fre- : cuentemente eon deaden a los grandes, a los prineipes y aun a los reyes. Pero uo siempre I se entrego impunemente a su jenio caprichoso lysoberbio; y si fue bastante dichoso en la eorte de Frauciapara salir de sus apuros haciendose despedir con politica, sut'rio otro eastigo en Roma en el palacio de un eardenal. | Caffarelli estuvo en Paris en tienpo de la DelI fina, prineesade Sajonia, aficldnada con delirio ■a la musica. Dejose oir varias veces y arrebajto a todo su auditorio. Queriendo el rei darle ; ! una njuestra de su satisfaccion, hizo le entrega- , i sen una rioa caja de oro para tabaco. Cat'are lli recibio el don con desprecio.—Una caja de tabaco. dijo, una caja de tabaco!... Yo tengo mis ; gabetas llenas de ellas... i?i por lo menos estu- . viese adornada con el retrato de S.iVl Pero, le dijeron, S. M...

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Caracter de las Naciones. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Caracter de las Naciones. Luis Napoleon, actual presidente de larepu- | blica francesa, pregunto a un estrangero que j acababa de recorrer la Europa y la America, 1 acerca del caracter de sus diferentes naciones. I —"Ei mejor medio de responderos, dijo el viagero os repetiros las prim eras preguntas que en cada pais se hacen de uri liombreque se presenta con brillo en el gran mundo. En Espana preguntan j,es ese un grande"? En Alemania jes elector'? En Francia j,tiene ese sugeto fama de novelists? En Holanda fc tiene mucho dinero? En Cuba j,es el capitan general? En Mexico jaquel es agiotista. o mayordomo de monjas?. En los Estados-Unidos jcuantas veces lia quebrado"? En Inglaterra jque hombre es ese?-

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Xtepu.l>lica Argentina. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

Xtepu.l>lica Argentina. '.Viva la Cosfederacio.n Arjentina! Cordoba, abril 7 de 1852. El Gobernador y Capitan Jerieral de la Provincia. Considerando: 1. ° Que nada es mas justo en un 'gobierno que profesa principios liber ales, en la nueva era de progreso e ilustracion que data para las j provincias confederadas, que garantir los dere- ' chos individuales, la vida, honor, y bines tar de cada uno de los ciudadanos que evistieron y existen en esta provincia. 2.~ Que el cumplimiento de este deber, es tanto mas sagrado, euanto que la parte que lo demanda, se halje investido de la dignidad sacerdotal. 3. °Quc aun es mayor cuando la calumniay la | violencia han ejerciendo su poder, con absoluta ! impunidad, ultajrando la dignidad. e inquietando la habitation paciiica. I 4. ° Que siendo conculcada esta en los indivij duos do la Compania de Jesus, que recidian le- ! galmente en esta proyincia ejerciendo su Minis- ! terio en bien de la patria. | 5. °En fuerza de estas consideracio...

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LEYE S DEL EST ADO. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 17 July 1852

LEYE S DEL EST ADO. LEV para arreglar las propinas de Estado. ! El Pueblo del Est ido de California, representado en el Senado y Asamblea, deer eta lo siguiente : (Conclucion.") Skc. 24. Todo empleado cuyas propinas eslan senaladas en esta ley, publicara y fijaia en su oficina una llsta oxactu I m'jses dw.spues de's.u aprobucion, on algm lugar con-picuo, j para In iuspocc.on ae codas las personas que cengan negotios j eu su oficina, sopcua del perdimiento por oda dia, de uua ; sunlit que no pase de veinte pesos, que podia cobrarse por . cualq.iut personal P Ol medio de accion ante cualq uierjuez ' de paz, del xai«mo eondado. ! Sec -o. Las propinas concedidas por esta ley sertin paga- ; deras al tiempo que el servicio se pre.-te, y todo empleado 1 cuindo no se preveoga espre-amente por ley lo coutrario, podra uegirse a hacer cualquier servicio eu cualquier pleyto O proeediuiiuuto en que se deban cualesquiera propinas (los proeedimientos criminales cs-eptuados) por los suplicantes, ha...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Cos Angeles Star. VOL. 2. LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1852. NO. 11.

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Pacific Railroad.-—A Movement in Con. gresg. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Pacific Railroad.-—A Movement in Congress. Mr. Freman, Representative of MIssissippi in Congress, has recently made one of the most powerful and convincing speeches of the session in favor of the construction of a railroad fruin San Diego on the Pacific to Vicksburg. It abounsd in interesting facts and statistics from authentic sources, tending to show the practicability of the Gila route for a railroad, the immense advantages to result from its construction, and the great profit it must bring to its projectors. He states that one half the great road is already built. From Waterville in Maine to Vicksburg on the Mississippi, there is a continuous line of railrood 1840 miles in length. The length of road remaining to be built from Vicksburg to San Diego, via Sheveport and El Paso del Norte, he states at 1625 miles. ¶ The Committee on Public Lands have reported a bill to continue this chain of railroad from Vicksburg directly west to Shreveport on Red River, and thence to the Texas li...

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Mr. Crwiu's Supplemental Lai}d Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Mr. Gwin's Supplemental Land Bill. A Bill supplemental to the act approved 3rd March, 1801, "to ascertain and settle the private land claims in the State of California." ¶ *Be it enacted, &c*. That it shall and may be lawful for the Board of Land Commissioners in the examination of such claims, founded on Spanish and Mexican titles, as have been or may be presented to them, to take cognizance of any claim on agricultural lands, founded on actual inhabitation and cultivation before and at the passage of the said act of 3d March, 1851, which may be presented to them for lands falling within the limits of such Spanish or Mexican claims; and where it shall satisfactorily appear to the said commissioners that such habitation and settlement-claim is an actual *bona fide* one, made at or before the period stated, and continued in good faith up to the passage of this act. it shall and may be lawful for them to recognize and finally Confirm such claim as a donation, and for a qua...

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Kewi by tlie last Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

News by the last Mail. The Democratic National Convention assembled at Baltimore on tho Ist of June, and was in session five days. On tho 49th ballot, Gen. Franklin H. Pierce, of New Hampshire was nominated for the Presidency, and Hon. William R. King, for the Vice Presidency. Jenny Lind sailed for Liverpool on the 29th May, in the steamer Atlantic. A memorial to Congress, from James A. Marshall, praying for a grant of land, in consideration of having made the first discovery of gold in California, was rejected. No action has been taken in the House of Representatives, on the bill to establish a branch mint in this State. The bill passed the Senate some time since. The Senate has passed the amendment to the Deficiency Bill, allowing $33,000 per trip to the Collins' steamers. The bill was then passed. Immense quantities of gold continue to arrive in .England from Australia. Advices from Salt Lake are to the Ist ultimo. The news is unimportont. A large number of emigrants to the Pacif...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

(Expresses rtiib S(camcvs. GRSGJORY'S EXPJiBSS To tho Atlantic States and Eurnpo why the semi-iuoathly steamers, and % to the Sandwich Islands und China by American clipper-built sailing veSBftlo Valuable paclLigce insured. ami forwarded by every steamer betweeu Lbe following Agents. Offices. Mass™. Thompson & FLitchcoek, New York " E. B. lliggios, - New Orleans. John YV. Hart, - Liverpool, " G. E. Clark, • Sacramento, ,l F- Rumrill, - - MurysvUle, 11 11. G. Williams, - Muitercy, " G.W. Linsley, - Trinidad, " Hicket6on &. Co., • Portland, (3. T. " Mitchell &: HatohiriH Honolulu, S. I. " Itau, Runnels &. Co , Panama. To and troin Sacramento City, Mrtrys villa and Stockton daily, nnd to all parts of tLo mines on 4he arrival of each steamer. N. B. —No connevion with any other line or Expretw company; the undersigned being responsible for, and guarantees tb« utmost possible despatch with all express nuitler deposited JOSEPH W. GREGORV, j'r...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Cosiness Carbs. Ale\ander &. Uellus, .mil retuil dealers »u gen v w rul merchundixe, lurd commission mer chants. oiferfor sale on themost accommodating terms, at their old eaL&b)it»bcd stand Ibo mint extensive assortment ot urtiole9 suited to the want* of the (xwnuunity to be found in any chlaldiidiuieut in California. mid hope by their atriot attention to the in to vesta of those who may Intrust busing b« thuir eluirge, and by tboitr well known panes unity in reioitiug proceeds, still to merit u continuation of the confidence of ('■»'» r friends and tbu public, my 17 F Douglass & Saiilorrt, DR WAR DING & Commission Merchants. Snn Pedro, CuVifornia, are now prepared to forward gamin to Ltn Angela: also to receive, store and forward them ti/S&n Francisco, Santa Barbara, S.c. Douglass &: Sunfiird arc not responsible for damage wliich may occur, from fire or water, to Good* upon storage. Childs, IlicitJ* &a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Ipwlifltc ITolifCS. ROTATE of California, County of Los Allga1*8, vz: In District Court (.flat Judicial District, of Juno term, A I). 1852. Th.- people of iho State of Califoruia, to Dolores Yalamcuuln. greeting: Wherens, Joau MusOjireJ, plaintiff, lias filed his complaint in I he District Court of the first Judicial District of said Slate, fur the county of Lu# Angeles, against you, ay for the foreclosure of two mortgages executed by you, otic to said Josd M ant-are I, of date the 8th driy of dw\\. A D., 1630, fur the sum of $1030, bearing interest at the rate of tight per cent, per month from date, and the other to Julian Chavez, and by him assigned to silid Mur;earel, for the sum of §1200. data tho 23d day of March, A. D . 1S3U, and bearing inlere-t atthu rate of eight per cent, per month : Now you arc hereby commanded to appear and answer •ir otherwise defend taid complaint within ten ditya aflor the service of this writ, if served within SftidcotlMty within twenty day*, if serv...

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Tlic Democratic Nominee. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Tlic Democratic Nominee. The nomination of General Pierce to the high office of President of the United States, is regarded by the progressive Democrats as a signal triumph over the conservative section' of the party. Of late a terrible onslaught has been made upon what is elegantly termed the " Old Fogies," by the Democratic Review and the Progressive Press, and the nomination of General Pierce was received with no surprise, although lie appears not to have received a vote in the Convention until after the 35th balloting. The Democratic nominee sustains the reputation of having bepn a thoroughgoing and consistent party man. and has had groat influence in the management of political affairs in his native State, New Hampshire -a Stato which, for its fidelty to. party, has scarcely an equal in the Union. It was certainly no small compliment that the Granite State received when the great Democratic party of the country looked tp it for a candidate for the highest office in the world. W...

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Expulsion of Foreigners from the Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Expulsion of Foreigners from the Mines. Advisee from the San Joaquin country convey the unplejisapt information that the American miners in /Mariposa county -are organizing to exp.el all foreigners from the mines. It •is said that there are 500 Americans and 700 foreigners under arms in Mariposa county, and »collision is expected. In some instances foreigners have been arrested, and their lives spared solely .upon the condition of their immediately leaving the State of California.

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