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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 June 1853
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS I Direct from the Atlantic States. TVIHE SUBSCRIBERS would call the attention of Purchasers to the annexed List of X NEW GOODS, Just received per ship " M. HOWES," DIRECT FROM BOSTON, Consisting of, in part: Plough.*, »uort«d; Corn Shiftier*; Jtoad Semper*; Fan Mill*; Grail! 0n4ln; Rake*, 3 bow*]; Hakes. 6u*i Garden; nay Fork*: SU-kl.i Job Wagqur, CuU; ilnml Carte; |]r&gt;r*o Power i ,23 fl. •« «• 24 n «« " 36 ft Itoen, wcLrft bearjr| Churn*; Scythe# and €nathr, Bru»h £e&gt;lb»; Wbeelburroirr, Dirt Berrow*; Carl Wheels. Iron axla; Cut Wheels, wood axle*; Reaping Machine*; Miming Machines; Tbnwher* ami Separators; Ifarnn** and I.eatber. 3 Esiory's Double Iiorse Powers, Threshers, Separators, &amp;c., complete. ALSO—A largo assortment of GROCERIES, FURNITURE, HARDWARE, &amp;c. tec. fcc. The above being a direct importation, will be offered at: Much lower rates than the suite goods purchased in San Francisco can possibly be sold. The...
. DE LA VISTA. F1 hrnann la ..Jcta „„a A* la. r>hm* mn» [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 June 1853
. DE LA VISTA. F1 hr nann la ..Jcta „„a A* la. r&gt;hm* mn» El nrgano de la vista es una de las obras mas curioaas y adinirables de ja naturaleza; y Jaa tunicas, musculos, vasos y humores de que se ( compone, forman una armonia tan perfecta en.tre si, que dan un auevo realce a la sublimi dad del Criador. El ojo es un cuerpo globular que se compone de tres tunicas, memhranas o jpieles, v de trcs sustancias llamadas humores. La tunica esterior es conocida con el nombre de eaclerotica, la de enmedio con el de churoL des ; y la interior con el de retina. El priraero de los tres humores presupuestos ee llama acueo por que es como el agua, aunque su naturaleza es espirituosa, pues no llega a helarse aun con el frio mas in tenao. El segundo se llama humor cristalino por ser trasparente y mas solido que los demas; es muy parecido a una lenta optica por anibos lados. Viene despues el humor vitreo, que siendo como la clara de un huevo y mas abundante que todos los otros reunidos, da a...
AMERICAN YOUNG MEN. American histnrv nrpspnt« mnnv rAmnrVn.. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 June 1853
AMERICAN YOUNG MEN. American histnrv nrpspnt« mnnv rAmnrVn.. Cos 2Vngcfcs S£«r. American history presents many remarkable instances of young men taking prominent and commanding stations at an age which would be thought very young in other coun. tries. We subjoin a few striking examples, from the list of those who have passed ofl the stage of human action. At the age of 29, Mr. Jefferson was an influ- | ontial member of the Legislature of Virginia. At 30, he was a member of the Virginia Convention; at 32, a member of the Continental Congress; and at 33, he wrote the Declaration of Independence. Alexander Hamilton was only $0 years of age when he was appointed a lieutenant col. onel in the army of the Revolution, aid de camp to Washington. At 25, he was a member of the Continental Congress; at 30, he was one of the ablest members of the conventicn which framed the Constitution of the United States; at 32, he was Secretary of the Treasury, and organized that branch of the government up...
OFFICIAL COLLOQUY. Tn Mm F u_ [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 June 1853
OFFICIAL COLLOQUY. Tn Mm F u_ In the following illustration of a printing office dialogue, there is decidedly more truth than poetry : Foreman.' You fellow with the red hair what are you at now? Cnmpomtwr I'm setting a ' House on Fire!' Most done. Foreman: What s Smith about? Compositor: He's engaged on a ' Horrible M urder!' Foreman: Finish it as quick as possible.nnd help Morse through with his Telegraph. Boh, what are you trying to get up? Bob : ' A Panic in the Money Market!' Foreman: Tom. what are you distributing? Tom: 1 Prizes in Jollie's Gift Enterprise !' Foreman: Stop that, and take hold of this ' Runaway Horse.' Slocum, what in thunder have you been about this last half hour? Slocum: Justifying the 'Compromise Measures' which my 'sub' set. Foreman ; You chap on the stool, what are you on? C&lt; mpositor: On the ' table' vou gave me. Foreman: Lay it on the table "for the present —have no room for it. Compositor: How about these ' .Municipal Candidates?' Foreman: Ru...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 June 1853
HOGS WANTED. J £S 0 ° a ST . OCK 11 003 are wanted for the Indian w Keservations. For prices and quality refer to LofAnseJes, June 17,1854. " U *jul'7°tT Auction of Dry Goods «t N p '»r' l . he th 'be undersigned will sell at I üblic Auction their entire stock in trade com- !'; 1 1 ?°K** e "« al of Dry Goods, too numerous to enumerate, (the whole with out reserve). .° U n der, ' igned t bcingubout ,0 leaTe the country, recm ™ «■»» Jul ° * P. BEAODKY &amp; CO.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 June 1853
NOTICE. JOHN 0. WUGELBK haelpj withdrawn his Intermt, '.•vua tu be a partner lu our bouse Irom ibin dato. W HEELER. JOHNSON k CO. Los Angulov, Si#j 11. ISM. CO-PAIITNERSJU P. fltHK undenlgurd ban- thlB day formed » ao.partoer«hip JL under th« nam of JOHNSON &amp; ALLANBON, for the triinii'K'iluu of a GENERAL. MERCHANDISE VCSINESS, la the nlon.-&lt; formerly owuptod by Alexander &amp; M*llu» aud Wheeler, Jubufitio &amp; Cot CIIAS. It. JOHNSON. II, S, ALLAN50NLou Angeles, May 11. 7B54. ||m17 If LUMBER. f1.»R Bale by the undersigned— ltW M It. atuorlvd Wood; i'i M ft. plauod clear WhHe Pine; SO M ft. " and matched Uard Plnr; M ft. Oak Plunk; Ml M Laths; Patmel anil Sn*b Doors, Blind* uad Sasb. AH of which sre offered cheap for cull. The undersigned ar* also prepared to contract for the huildloK of bou»W iihiT in or out of thurJIy, of brink, adnb* or woodju!7 lot OILOHRIBT * BTONH. Paiis Coil'ee Saloon. TIIIS decent and modern eiUblUhment will ope.n Its K...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 June 1853
s2£!3a&gt;&lt;la Southern Accommodation Line. For San Diego and intermediate Ports. 03" FROM LONG WHARF, -ffift . The favorite Coast, steamer Ij&amp;t SOUTHERNER, Canaln FREDERICK HILLIARD, Will leave Long Wharf for MONTEREY, BAN LUIS OBISPO, SANTA BARBARA. SAN rEDRO (1408 Angeles,) and SAN DIEGO, 03 Every other Saturday, at 1 o'clock P. M. The SOUTHERNER is now established on the coast as a regular Packet, and for speed and accommodation is uner quailed by auy steamer in the trade. She will perform regular semimonthly trips between San Francisco and San Diego and intermediate ports, leaving San Francisco regularly every other SATURDAY, and arriving every other MONDAY. - " Passengers and Shippers may rely on her arrival and departure as advertised. Schedule.of the Time of the Southerner until January, 1855. Leaves San Pbdro for San Lkatbs San Francisco. Francisco. • Freight and passage at greatly REDUCED RATES. Horses, Cattle, ond other Stock taken at Low Rat...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
I.MMKN3H Thtcp. A cedar has lately Lorn discovered, al&gt;out&lt; t«5 mile.* from Murphy's- ia Culavurns scanty. which measures80 diuraeter at the bo!h, and 20 in diamntorat » height of 100 feet !r(uh tho ground. It la to roach the bright id'850 fij«r, « pnrt.r-f it boa foeon ln'uken off. It is now perfectly gnum, and in the best possible not a 11 mh dociivMl, A emotion "f the bark wjpi 14 tnehoa thick, which the intends to send aaa curiwitj 'ho Atlantic States. The Yellow Fever in Committing frightful ravages at Kingston, Jaiuaica-
In (It nil Mmtcrt InKawMeiloo — Ti.„ ,.„i A r .. i. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
Indian Matters in New Mexico — Ti.„ ,.„i A r .. i. Thc following ia nn extract from n letter published in the Ohio State Journal dated Santa Fjs, March 29, 1853. A trent.y mode with tho Jicarillas by Go?. Calhoun/in which it was stipulated that theivhould he rewarded by the 0. S Covernim&gt;™r&lt;ir their lands, but this treaty was never ratified by the Senate, The agent' tolls thera they must. romiivo from tho settlements to tho country of tho liio Grando. They stop and nrguo tho question in *yoli a way that it is impossible to answer them, for they have right unJ jus'ica on their sides. They say, "Comply with your part of tho treaty, pay ns, and Trc arts rowdy to go." A. great deal of indignation was felt by tho people of tho United State 1 against this band or Indians, for the murders committed by them about throe years atnoc. Having bod an opportunity of activating tho friendship of the captains of this bnnd.it nd loeling a strong desiro to arrive at the truth in...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
Mew Goods, new Goods. juftt" to inform tlv. flUlauQP o' »»&gt;.• ■. "icy or An :»l»* «r&gt; ' tli«s *&gt;»"• fiHsrrnuwtSn; mwntTj gilOur.iUfj That lialt.K frcwvil RflJ Ojurtitdrt iocgu uuil rj'jiini&gt;ive Stock of Gfijurwt Mirr./i'ui'ltzr, &lt;niu)tl" for iho titl wtatwe i.vlo pnitttw..•■! jo San I'miini'i'ij, (tuai Iota MTivul' fiunj Kuroj.«,v!i J Mi- oh-htd UII«1, HugilaU and Prett'-h v,-,. .JjjIml&gt;». &lt;iu l Mstfob lilaak and f.HHT • i •dinar*#, BIh-jIi ht'jftilolo'li (MOl(aii(l iri!4» emu, ■fluji' tL»u tirMiuIcl'Hh fniuls svat •. Buy*' pauu. Site Wa&lt;ik and rv»nry uu.-uiiuer panta, i4iiili;iuvu'» towirfnptjfc piutj. Snpitrinr .-trflolii or liUniie' |nn«U| CMsllHW UuriHW* I'DllDi, IMliu black »n-5 S|TnrcJ satltl V.-iLl, U&lt;ttCOD'l')« pmiU, ' KiiKMnh anil Preach mudn rulico jlilrtrj Llnun hMftUi hIiItIm, FriMiflli Iir0r&lt; l d Hi dr'U tiac.t«srua, I'/nueh (illtriiavrK I.adiu*' dro;u silk: l&a...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
Restaurant Francais. rgl 'I H pi nprlt tor o1 tin- U • hi utiraut . • &gt;iI'. &lt;■ j.1«ji»ur&gt;&lt; in nnntm Vbnt ulir liu»ju«£ rupifva thv i )Rn(kiri , Ji!|&gt;r«!U«l I'nli.NCU (JQO'C iinl tint bcmftw I 1'UinTf iti;iV bu i.'-i," tltrtl hi"' ii* "Mil b« Up In n I* i muH &lt;lki&lt;laiM f'l'Uijiinu. .All tli- •ii'licnt'liw nt Hie ,'X«fcWlllUi' )i" "run* 1 i'irj""&gt;ln ■ ' "&gt;■ l-.'to fi'• i»1if«st ft il .fi On \t » r : l'tiiuii hi»i»obI nil' !#V. nil Iw&amp;fc 0! til" i}a\ .Misuse:A KAI'.IMEItU. STAR HOTEL, T7EW AREANGEMT.NT. • THE unili'r' Iffii'l I..-I .'Vy jivv* igiricc tn nil Chmlr | 1 wb«iw*(wl"f o.ni 'i'.nih -i.i'l- I*' bap ojunul tlm i tr.iu..- hrn»luft.riiliiinwii«- 'lie fiinr Hotel. nrnl lv will - ondue'. It In n wuniiiir Oinr rsnml lull r.n pint/i nil who may | r*T(tc lilm villi thfir putmnaire. 'l lu- table* T&lt;itl In- ? applied ] friLU i'*ery natalili! *bieb U&gt;t.- mo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
ZffEW GOODS!!!! Alexander A iftel#us, WrtVI.D lafcp thlp to .•ml tlc» Mttenilnn of III" CllUOW OI ! '•» AWClW.UBfl i'r,r. tuVJn'.Qlrtg I. unities to Lhe fact Hint tln-y *re u-•&gt; r'PWJta Per Ship ET7HEKA, : f'Jio x *ud moil v*tpn«l*t rioult nf(? mrtoliiin- /*rq| dl*- . v&lt;r ? Yv r .7*\i&gt;r'mu1''- «" tbU cnw&gt;-jgjrA • ty i I. U reel frwn (lie &amp;U&lt;il«aa£B* elucuvlanil purtiMwd by k1ien°»lT«'H vxpre'Pi? Itr tin- jiet!on of mwuliJ.ooiMlr'liijc in pure or AGJUOXLTUEAJ. IMPUEWKST8, (JniisptMun—Una Shelter*, Fun 3Illl«. Road $cr«p***i Cburnfi. dduljln Iron Wblftlc-tre*WlnH-l 'irrnw, Oftii.i Ors'llep. Btlfce* Slioeeli irndSpndi-*. H»y Forlu. ; ii'Je ]«F,.SIirefj tb'Ur', Eiqcry'li li.Ulbir UlVT»B I'lWfcW, Til IN but ft uad Si-parurorn. Ourn Mi(W, llvea rfn«I PtOWMF, Carta. Atfl. CSS-ar-C3Q as ® Li-acu S3 a Kwldip'i f_ii*in'viir;.. Ainflrieuinr.il Muiiuao b'pura, Paints, Oilp, Uliu.il, II»rd-iVtir#«l}nr Steel uud ltulJ, iiK'C.rl»-i...
Our MallArrangemenii, r i.. • --fii..: [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
Our MallArrangemenii, r\ i.. • --fii..: QurcompJaintsofthe imperfect arrangements and the great irregularities of the mails, have •been so unceasing during the.past-two years, tjiat we might well fear that our readers would ■ tire.of the subject, did wo not know they all have an interest in the matter. We believe it is universally acknowledged that the m/iil.copimunication between the inhabitants of this section of the country and the ''rest of mankind" which has been promised by our rulers, is wholly inadequate to.the wants and necessities of the people; but the evil is increased when the promise is only half kept We certainly would not grumble if wo believed the evil to be irremediable ; but we are convinced that .if pur Senators and Representatives in Congress would give,to our grievances that attention which might.be reasonably expeated of the*n, a speedy chango would be effected. The mail boats from Panama touch at San Diego and Monterey, leaving a mail at both plaoes; but wo h...
The Coast Steamers. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
The Coast Steamers. Our citizens experience not only great inconveniences, but also great losses, in consequence of the want of a regular line of cqast steamers. So unvarying are the winds along this coast, that the arrivals and departures of the steapa,ers at any port between San Francisco and San Diego could be fixed, months in advance, tp a ,day or an hour, and during three fourths of ! ,the year there need be no necessity fpr any .variation from the announcement. ,Opr orchardis ts who look to the north fqr a market, must have,their fruit at San Pedroiiefore the arrival of the steamer is made known here; and in .order tp meet the steamers they are.compelled tp make nice calculations When one boa,t arrives they-inquire when the next rpay be expected, and if-they are informed that it was tp sail one day.or one .week after the previous de,partiire,fchey make their arrangepaents accordingly. They send their fruit to San Pedro,— •thte first value being largely increased by the expense...
| NEWS PRO* THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
| NEWS PRO* THE NORTH. We have dates from San Francisco to the 16th instant. A duel was fought between Mr John Nugent, editor of the San Francisco Herald, and Mr Alderman Hayes, on the 10th instant. They fought with rifles, distance twenty pa"es. The first shots were exchanged without injury to either party, but a second shot took effe.ct in Mr Nut en t's arm, shattering .the bone from the shoulder.to the elbow, and thence traversed the muscles and integuments of the back.— It was at first thought that Mr Nugent's arm was so badly shattered as to render amputation necessary, but subsequent accounts state that amputation would not be necessary, unless inflammation or mortification should supei'ltene. On the 11th a duel took place between Dr A. B. Craine and Mr Toby, both of San Fran cisco, the latter gentleman Clerk of the Board of Aldermen. They fought with ordinary duelling pistols. .Dr Craino was severely wounded, and expired on the 12th. The deceased - was from Alexandria, Red Ri...
NEWS FROM THE EAST. Tl,n rv,o;l fr.r,,« .Co .> n;„ Tl,,„a [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 25 June 1853
NEWS FROM THE EAST. Tl, n rv, o ;l fr.r,,« .Co .&gt; n;„ Tl,,„a The mail from San Diego arrived on Thursday evening, bring us New York papers of the 20th May. A serious accident on the railroad between Boston and New York—at Norwalk, Ct. —has given a tone of indignation as well as sadness to the community, as it was evidently the result of carelessness. Some fifty persons were killed, and others seriously injured. The train was the express from New York, having on board many well known and respected men of Boston and suburbs,principally physicians who had been attending a Convention in New York. The train was moving at a very rapid rate at the time, crossing a bridge, the draw of which was open, when the first two cars and a porof the third were precipitated into .the water. The blame-rests on the person who had charge of the bridge, or perhaps upon the conductor or engineer who might not have rightly obeyed the signals. At any rate there is blame somewhere, and it will be t...