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Cotton and CctoiUc from the Gila. Krtm.i siimnlna nf „.1./va» «.-»«« nn;l fV. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Cotton and Cereals from the Gila. <> Some camples of cotton, wheat, corn, and the seeds of vegetables from the river Gila, which are cultivated by the Indians on that river, have been left with us by Mr. J. R. Bartlett. The cotton seems to be of a very superior quality. He has also left with us some blankets and sashes, the manufacture of these tribes. The cotton seed will be sent to the South for cultivation He has also given us a sample of cotton with the seed from Parras, in Central Mexico, about 250 miles west of the Rio Grande, where it in cultivated to a considerable extent, and manufactured into There are three small cotton mills near the town of Saltillo doing a very good business in making these goods from the cotton raised in the country. The superintendent of one of those mills is from Providence. The operatives nro all Mexicans, and are foand to acquire the art of tending the looms and other machinery, with great facility. ¶ Tho power for those thre...

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The Fascinations of Havana. Except for some special and overruling rca- [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

The Fascinations of Havana. Except for some special and overruling rca- •CiAuuiii; iur Buino special ana overruling reason, probably no traveller comes away willingly from Havana. I wondered why, as I leaned over the side of the "Isabel," while she was weighing her anchor, and I,came to the conclusion, that half the charm, at least, of the fascinating place, lies in the fact that, gay as it is 5- life here is not too fast. They not only have just luxuries enough, but they take just time enough to enjoy them. In the other gay metropolises of the world,life is so exhaustingly intellectualized, so painfully intensified, so unnaturally accumulated and accelerated, that the "another and a better world " one sometimes longs for, would be instinctively defined as one of blessed and merciful just enoughness. It amounts to a wretchedness in London that you can only be in one place at a time. The bewildered youth comes from Paris with a census of the women he might have loved, without having ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

An Otiiinantc tontiiraing Common Sclinnlj. TUI& Ootiimr.n Uonuoil of the ultjr of l*» Ans«lua do ordain n« follow*! . Artioi.*; I. loioie Untidy nfrujf tlio pti.«J«.ifo nf thb) oniin«nai tlso Common Council. vfftfi ih" approval of Inn Viynr, rhall appoint throe (Jointnlolnrti: t "f OdiiitnimScbuOli. vim r.hnll njmilltntii t»f CUy Uaoiil nf Edoc.it mn, fb«- t'restiJciji vrhm'or-Hull W> SunvrhileOfleui <■." the Uonunoo SouopI- in Mild (fiir! »r*id i?MDia»ii*ro:>t-* I'M! hold cfOt'o lor the c«rm of one year 1mm tin.- unto of UihIc aim." tatmiinfc and until tb*lt ftttoopnmra snanpiiatniiiu nod 'lu.iliUcd. Au.t "2 Ifte D-nrd (Oi'kJl low puwer to elect from atOOOBK thuisuelTPa. a PrcUdeal ntidccretArj. Tliwy shall liui'ii u record ordiolr pnwwdlngi in a buund D09K»*nd nliull from tinti! t-J tiinc nUoi-c. moaiiy mul •■ueii route of ibu (jamniOB ''cUoo'.h 6»t tCtil** guvecuntot, nn f . jncotnuteot with tho tawsafshcStaled*the otfdln«ncc» of the i...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Elcctiou Notice. rVATR <If 1.08 AXGELR B' V virion or u FyiH'tamnfUoi ofllie Oov«rn« f o «v>j»y of w5\lch is hciviu nnnnj-'l and hi necrinluncw with the piVfB o( CUir Stuic.fi GitJOl 1 *'! Election will '■* oa Wednesday, the 7l!h day br September mat, In nio lifVerid towns onil uImWod r.f *h« County 01 bap Aucetait nt. pla> ccr to I' • t«ji3 liy tbr DMrj of Buperfiwjrii-—lor the Olugiaoa 0* the l';ll!(JWi!l£ BflllU!«U Governor, l.lofitvnnnfc Governor. One JukcIm 01 ihe ttnpremo Court. Gaaipt7on«Ti VrewiMotAUomvy General. Purveyor Getntrai. Superintendent of I'uMlo TBntructJon. Oni' Henatoc fur the Plrul Senatorial ItuUkt. Two of Ar&Jiably, County .Indijv. , Onuoty i lutlii USiitTlr? Attorney. EbnUr Coroner, - A^imonr. Cqttnty Troatiflrrt. Sumvir. VoJ.iw AdntalM&tor.Five Suputrfii'iri. T,ro Juntlof? of tiia P«n« In earTi Township una two Jnjilitn'ii on he PiaiCe In the diy of 1>op Aoflel«», Two 0<w'nbh'* i...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

A R r T. S, BEBBFORn, AND RtfY.-.TJ. MCAJ.SJtl l.V Groceries, Liquors, etc. "" romtr.iitly molTiuc ciic>i«' n ■ " - • - he »Twv« ixrticlw*. wJilcli an* c. ~. .'t r<«f.or»nb|o term* fw «i»b. 'J'lio public «ituy liein-nd MjHin obUin'PK «e cl»i? ontftblislimon», w ror*bMlMfortonimi ofgtwdii In hff llaic. Oamu:cr?iiii Street, bos Angel' ?. Jon5tf MYLES & M<-'MANUS, 1fii6le*nle nRil rtfftli dNOV* in Broeerics. ProvisivBs, Liquors, Confectionery. Tobacco, Cigarx, Uncofs Ware Clothing. Snots, Show, i;c. . BTJ nmnUinO* frucirluic Obuk'F tiJi"* Y. t-H »irk-ct"d ;npL pl!M of Hjl- uliitvf articles v-liluli Xorv olTet for nahi u tli" bum! :vjv"JOabl'? Cot in* l»r OAS It, Tb« pub'Jt> um* (J«p«ni'l iipnii flortlujc at this wttabilsbnic-n! lh- very beil utile• in thWr lln?. opl) 'JOMMBilCf A I.--T—(,08 ASGEJ.E3. KYLES &KoMAiruS, Agcrta ibr AL22CAU23EE &.BA2firC?G, Sua Pedro. 6AN 1'EDHO OFFICE. Office of Stcftinmera Sm ...

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INTRODUCTORY. ...KJ.,, •„ 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

INTRODUCTORY. ...KJ.,, •„ 1 it is but proper and just that we should inform the public what our intentions are, and what our future course will be. By a glance at the head of our columns, our readers will perceive that we have run up the Democratic Flag as the represent itive of our political principles. In assuming the management of the Los An geles- Star we hud two courses open to us. one to print ostensibly a neutral paper, and under that cover to have advanced the success.of the Democratic party; and the other, a pipr.e manly one, in our estimation, to boldly and without disguise avow our political predilections— this latter courso we have adopted. Being a Democrat and believing that the prosperity and happiness of our great Republic is identical with the success of thff "lion hearted Democracy," how could we consent to confine ourselves to neutrality—to look c Idly on while our brethren were fighiug in that noble cause, and never give them a single "God speed ye." Believing ; t...

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Public Defence»-tlie X<os Angeles Rangers. Tho nonnla nf t.hj'a nminf.r hovn lonr, fnl r [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Public Defence -- the Los Angeles Rangers. Tho nonnla nf t.hj'a nminf.r hovn lonr, fnl r The people of this county have long felt the necessity of having among them an efficient military force, which could bo brought out promptly, in aid of the laws and for the protection of life and property. We are not only exposed to regular predatory visits from Indians from the neighboring mountains, who come here to feed on cattle and carry off horses, and who have never yet been even once chastized, and, consequently, are every day getting bolder in their forays amongst the ranchos;but, recently, we have seen an organised band of . robbers, well mounted, and well armed, traversing the country unmolested, sometimes making no concealment of their movements, supplying themselves with the best horses with impunity, until it is universally admitted that the roads are unsafe to travel, and a seiise of utter insecurity prevails in house and field.— VVe need not recapitulate the numerous robberies—to...

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Our Dostrincs. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Our Dostrincs. f Resolu&amp;gt;ions of the Los Angeles County Democratic Convention. Resolved, That the Democracy t&amp;gt;f Los Angeles County look with regret on the great an J exhausting amount of taxation which is restraining tho progress and consuming the substance of the and that wo believe that an economical administration ol'4ho Government is ossential to our prosperity. Resolved, That in Uio present disorganized state of our finances, it behooves our legislators to seek every means, and avail themselves of every piau whereby tho machinery of government may be rendered less expensive; and that wo believe that effectual reform can only be had through the intervention of the direct sovereignty of the people in a Constitutional Convention ltasolvcd, That we hold this to be a fundamental principle of our GoTornment, that the sovereignty of the people cau at all times be invoked/ that one generation cannot clog the exercise of this inalienablo right by a succeeding cue, a...

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Prison Contract. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Prison Contract. As Gov. .Bigler has been frequently charged, by his political opponents, with having sanctioned the Prison Contract, we make the following extract from the Report of the Joint Committee appointed by the last Senate and Assembly to investigate that matter, to ihow what little regard they have for truth in making charges against the standard bearer of the Democratic party : "On the 6th of October 1852, the Governor placed on file a statement setting forth an approval of the award —the work having beon given, as required by the act, to the lowest bidder. Two bids were presented—one offered by Mr. F\ V assault, and &amp;lt; ne by Mr. Isaac Saffrans. Aur committee have examined these bids, and find that the proposal of Mr. Saffrans is at least 15 per cent higher than Mr. Vaseaulf's proposition, and consequently the acceptance of Mr. V's bid was proper, and the assent of the Governor to the award, under the law, correctly given. On the 9th of tho same month, the contr...

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Democratic County Committee. A meeting of the Democratic County «Commi:ten will hn [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Democratic County Committee. A meeting of the Democratic County «Commi:ten will hn A meeting of the Democratic County *Commiiteo will be held at the Office of J. L. Bkent, list*., at 12 o'clock A. M., on Tuesday, 9th Atrgust. A full attendance is requested. The following gentleman compose the Committee: J.L. Brent, M. Keller, M Requena, W. M. StSckton, Ignacio l'alomares, G. 0. Alexander.

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Democratic State Central Committee. At a Mirmtini/ s^ofu n — [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Democratic State Central Committee. At a Mirmtini/ s^of u n — At a meeting of the Democratic State Central Committer held at San Francisco, July 30, 1853—» Hon. D. C. Broderick was elected Chairman;' F. ]?. Trscy&amp;gt; Secretary; Richtud P. Hamniond, Treasurer. The following gentlemen compose the Committee— D. 0. Broderick, F. I'. Tracy, ltichard P. Hammond,Johu Middleton, Moses E. Flanagan, David Scannell, William,®Swasey, David Mahoney, San Franaisco ; J.T.Hall, G. W("o'.by, J. 11. McKune, Sacramento; H. P. Ilaue, Yuba. 03-ALL PERSONS indebted to the LOS ANGELE STAK, on account of Subscription, Advertising, or Job Work, pro,, vious to the Ist of August instant, must make payment to" Sir. JOHN A. LEWIS, the former proprietor of this pape,Married. On Thursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. Bland, Mr. Horacb Z. Wheeler to Miss Julia J. Dixton ; both of this city. We congratulate the hnppy coupler this occasion, and sincerely hope t hat their future may be as bright and sparkliuu as t...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

ss on tns occas-on. - Dissolution op Copartnership, TIIR copartnership heretofore existing between' thegubscribers under the name and style of L Kahn IcCo is this day, by mutual consent, dissolved F. Bachman and H. Bauman are authrized to collect all debts due to the late firm. LEOPOLD K A UN, by Axon Kahn. his attorney. FELIX BACHMAN. HENRY BAUMAN. -Los Angeles, 3d Aagust, 1553. IWgJGF-BrirTafr-THE undersigned having disposed of their Drug Store to A. W. Hope &amp;amp; Co., and being desii-ous of settling up their business, respectfully request all those who are iiidebted to them to come forward aud'make immediate settlem*ni by cash or obligation. McFARLAND &amp;amp; DOWNEY. Offlco in the frame building opposite the Drug Store. August 6th, 1853 tf Copartnership Notice. HAVING purchased the interest of Messrs. McFarland &amp;amp; Downey, the undersigned havefornjgd a copartnership under the style of A. W. 1IOPE.&amp;amp; 00., for the sale of Drugs, Medicines, Chemica...

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frt €$tuUa, [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

frt €$tuUa, Saftado, Agosto 6 de 1853. En nuestro numero anterior, anunciamos, que desde esa fecha la "Estrella" dejaria do ser una propiedad del Senor J. A. Lewis, y quepasaria a manos del Sefior McMeans. £1 nuevo propietario, esta animado de los mismos sentimientos que su antecesor, con respecto a promover todo aquello que sea en beneficio del Condado : y las columnas de la " Estrella " estaran siempro prontas para recibir cualquiera comunicacion que se nog remita, pudiendo considerarnos dichosos. en que sea nuestro periodico el organodequo los ciudadanos de«este Condado se.vulgan para espresar sus nSce-ida ' de'sy promover al adelanto local. Mas si en esta primera parte no ha habido cambio ninguno, -no sucede lo en cuanto a sus tendencias polltieas. La " Estrella," hasta aqui, so ha mantenido independiente -'n las graves cuestiones q' se han Buscitado entre los dos partidos que por tantos afiosae han disputado lasupremacia en la £7nion Americana: y ha inirado impasible esa lu&...

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V enczuela. T.ir? nof.inin.ft nolif.inas rtct ftnnfil riO.is nonfirmnn [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

V enczuela. T.ir? nof.inin.ft nolif.inas rtct ftnnfil riO.is nonfirmnn Las noticias politicas de aquel pais.con firman lo que se ha dicho aobre el esbado de alarma en yue quedaba en virtud de estarse esperando a cadainstante que estr.llase una revolucion. Todo el mundo bablaba del asunto; j el gobierno no ignoraba el peligro; mas era tan grande y uniforme la opinion quo lo combatia que no se atrevia atomar ninguna medida que exasperasc los animos. Pareee que todos los partidos se habian unido para derrocar el los Afonagas„ bajo cuya administracion se ha arruinado el tesoro a beneficio de unos pocos. La fiebre amarilla causo grandes estragos en algunas poblacion del interior. En el puerto de Nutrias, sobre el4Ho /4pure, termino dela carrera de los vapores del Orinoco, se asegura que murieron eo'mo 500 per.sonas. ta epidemia era antes desconocida en aquellos lugares. Para complemento de calamilades' habia comenzado a ia tierra. Se dice que Carupano desaparocio eomplctamcrrte dejando u...

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ITrancla. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

ITrancla. Todos loa periodicos de Paris, menos el Jour nal des Debate, condena con energia la conducta observada por la Ilusia on Constantinopla. al paso que colebran la entereza de la Turquia. tfegun el Moniteir, el gobierno del Emperador habia recibido scguridades de que los gobiernos de Inglaterra. Belgica, Suiza, Baviera, Sajonia, Baden, Nassau, francfort y Berna contribuiran a la Gran E.xposieion de los productos de la in lustria que debe verificarse en Paris en 1855. En el mismo periodico se ha promulgado el convenio sankario internacional, acerca del cual se han abierto negociaciones con las diferentes po r encias maritimas. &amp;amp;Bte convenio ha sido sancionado haota a'uora por la Turquia la Gerdena, el Portugal, y la Toscanu. A consecuencia de la actitud que habia tornado en Francia el partido ultramontano, el clero protestante, nombro una &amp;lt;jomision a fin de procaver los raedios para elsostenimiento ! de la libertad religiosa. Sin embargo de los rumores qu...

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Ilasgo decntidnd crlHtlana. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Ilasgo decntidnd crlHtlana. Un numero muy respetabledo buenos cristianos de Nueva York, dirigio estos dias al ayuntamionto. Una peticion en que maniliestan el deseo de que se tomcn todos las medidas nacesarias, para protejer la salud de la persogas y los bienes de los visitadores que sin duda acudirac ala Exposicion universal que se" verifica en el Palcio de Crista!, si Dios quiere que se termine antes del invierno. Pidon los peticion rios (y no es poco pedir al Ayuntamiento de esta ciudad) que se barran todas las mananas las prin - cipalee callos y dos o tres veses por semana las otras Item mas. (y en esto nos parece que esta la mayor dificultad) piden que mande cerrar en las ir nediaciones del Palacio de Cristal todos los bodegones y casas do bebidas espirituosas 1 Item mas, (y esto nos parece do mas facil ejecucion ) piden que se situe en aquellas inmediacicnes una fuerza de agentes de policia bastante numerosa para impedir las disputas y mantener el buen orden. Aun no seliatiasl...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

1 UNA Ordenanza relativa a escuelascomune?. j El Concilzo Comun de la Ciudad de los Angeles., Ordena eomo sigue : Art. I.° Ynmediatamentodespuesdel pa- '■ se dc esta Osdenanza, el concilio cornun con - aprobacion del Sr. Mayor, nombraran tres cot misionados de Escuelas comunes, cuya comi sion formar®, la comision de ensenacza de Is 3 ciudad, el Presidente de ella sera Su erintenj dente de las escuelas Comunes, su nombramient&amp;lt; s d irara por el termino de an afto contado desdt 3 la fecha de su nombramiento y hasta que sus sucesores estan nombrados y califieados 2.° Oicha omision tendra poder dßelegi' dentro de ellos misraos un Presidente y secreta rio. Llevara un rcgistro de sus actas en ur libro bien enquardernado y de tiempo en tiem 3 po adoptara, modificara, y unulara las reglas d&amp;lt; escuelas publicas para su gobicrno.que no c n a travenga las leyes del estado o las ordenanza e de la Ciudad del modo que le paresca convenien teyentodas las materias que en esta, n...

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