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

A. W. HOPE & Ca., (Sucesores a McFarlaad & Downey.) BOTICARIO Y QUIMICOS. Tienen el honor de anunciar al Publico de los Angeles, que, se encucntran para vondGr en la Botica de los mismos, las, mojores medicinas en oalidad, variedad y Julio 30. CORTE DE PRofe&b ' Para el Condado do los Afigeles. EN la materia de los bienes do Maximo Alanis fallecido: Por cuanto Guillermo Dryden, administrador do dichos bienes ha presentado su peticion arreglada a la ley, pidiendo la Vcnta de una vina situada en la ciudad de los Jngeles, perteneciente a I icho Alanis, por tanto, se decreta que los avisos por la ley necesorios en tales casos scan dados a todos los personas interesados en dichos bienes de ocurrir al salon de la Corto en la ciudad de los angeles el dia 18 de Agosto de 1853, a las dicz de la manana de aquel dia, de manifestar las razones si algunas tienen porque no se ha de vender dicha huerta por el administrador para pagar los deudrts que dicho' bienf...

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

,Copiamos a continuacion algunos articulo tornados de la prensa. de Nueva York y de la capital de Mejico, quo demuestranel voreadero estado en quo se oncuentran las relacionos de aquellas dos Republicaa, con motivo de la cuestion cntro amboa gabinetes referente al valle de la il/esilla. La Republique rcasumc la conducta del Ge.neral Santa Anna desde su vuelta a Mojico, y : Baca por conclusion que "encierra todos los preliminarea do una guorra " dice asi; "No debo haber disputa sobre quo el procodimiento del gobornaior Trias al tomar poaesion valle de Mesilla es a la ,vez una locura y una insolencia. Concadaso todo lo que so ha dicho sobre el er\ormo desatino comctido por Mr. Bartlett altinir su linea divisoria; coucedanso todas laa cornplicaciones adicionalos del eaao, procedontos do la aprobacion ilogal y no autorizada de aquella linea por el ultimo Secretario del Interior ; sin embargo jiio es por e3to inenos ciorfco que, degun el tratatado, no ae ha fijado ninguna linea quo pueda...

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ChlgmoSrafia parisi ense. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

ChlgmoSrafia parisi ense. De una carta de Paris del 2de mayo traducimos las siguientes lineas: "Claro esta que ya paso la simple restauracion imperial: Napoleon 111, que aun no hace mucho so variagloriba de su titulo do advenedizo (parvenu) ,da ahora de barato los recuerdosde su tio para unirse mas intimamente a las tradiciones de la legitimidad. La traslacion delas cenizas do Napoleon I a Satnfc Denis no era mas que vn sintoma, bastanto signifieativo, sinjduda, pero cuya importanoia podia rigorosamente ponerse en duda. Crco quo lo siguiente debe desvane - cer toda clase do duda: Napoleon 111 pretends* hacerse'consagrar no a la manor a de 1804, sino ala de 1774. Se rebuscan al efecfco todos los documentos oficiales; se exhuman las antiguas reliquias del guar .aropa; se encuontra la corona imperial de Carlomagno ; la mano de jus ticia el cetro de seis pies de alto y la misma Joy&Use (eepada) saledesu vaina. La almilla de seda escarlata guarnecida de oro, el manto de terci...

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ilc ahilgncilA(l^< [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

ilc ahilgncilA(l^&amp;lt; El IfiiriilJo da Boston da cuouta de un doscubriwiento do loa ma a intorosautod, hoflho ultiinuniotitu on lna montafiafl dol' Eatodo do -XiH'va llumpsliiro.' Alien'rw una coiupaiita d&amp;gt;; ingeniaroa t.rasaba la liuoa da nn tflievo fonvearriluu temporal do agita granite, nioyo y viento lui obligo a busoor abrigw on lua mencionadae uir.ntanua. T7uo do lo? inganler08 T Mr. Samuel Emorsou,no tardo on dcaoubrir una wpcoio do ouova od la pondionoe do un wont.;. Wabiondo laomdo s\i atoneiou una piodra coloeada do an mode ulgo raro,lu iovauto sia ditioaltad, desou brio qui* abovtuiu y por laabortura una osealora qua condueia a una ouoya. a bujurpojf clla y no tarda en enaontram ca an wpaoio so cuarto do 40 pies de olovaoion,9-4 do largo y 03 do ancJio. listo f'ue ol uuioo ouarto quo so rcconoeig: pero ho vlo la ontrada do otroa subtorraucos que tnaa tarde dobiau Bcr yi&amp;amp;itadoa. Mr eonio pruuVW da au doscubrimlonfiO.fee llovo varins va3-.»s l...

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Ventft do cundrna cepnuolsa [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

Ventft do cundrna cepnuolsa Escriben de Paris coa feoka 15 de mayo, que en los dos dias anteriores, teroero y cuarto de venta d i los cuadros que componiaii la galeria espanola dol difunto rey Luis Felipe, acudio una concurrency, inraensa al sitio donde aque11a se verifioaba. El celobre cuadro de Velazquez. "La Adoracion de los pastores" despues de haber sido vivamente disputada su adquisicion fueadjudicado al representantedel del Leuvre en la suina de 51,25,0 francos. De los detnas cuadros exrracfcaremos aquellos que han sido esfciinados en mas altoprecio: "Retrato de D. Andres de Andrade, pendonero de la x catedral de Toledo"' pintado por Murillo, 25,500 francos. "La Magdalena' 1 del mismo, 21,000 "San -4gustin on Hippona", del mismo, 17,000. ".Retrato de Murillo" per el mismo, 10,000. " "Retrato de Isabel de Borbon hija major de Enrique IY", pintado por Velasquez,7,soo. "El Salvador", de .Murillo G,250 "La burra de Balaam", de Alonso Cano,6ooo. A estos se siguieron otros cuadros ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

POSTAGE OA'' PRINTED MATTER. Rates of Postage to be charged upon Newspapers, Periodicals, Books, unsealed Circulars, and every other description ot printed matter, transient or otherwise, from and after the 30th September. 1852. Newspapers, periodicals, unsealed circulars, or other articles of printed matter. (except books.) when sent to any fart of the United States, weighing three ounces and under, pneceht. Over three ounces una noi oyer four, 2cts. Over oour and not over five, 3 cents. And so on an extra cent for every extra ounce. Newspapers and periodicals when circulated in the State where published, half cent. Small papers, published monthly or oftonor, and phaifiplilets not containing more than sixteen octavo pages, when" sc'nt iu single packages to one address and prepaid by postage stamps, when weighing at least 8 ounces, four cents, and half a cent for every extra ounce. Books, bound or unbound, not weighing over four pounds for any distance under 3,000 miles, prepaid, on...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

E_ AVISO BE. ELECCION. STADO nii C A1,1 FoSn i A—Cm dado de Ion Angeles. Kn yirfcud do una praulnintt del Gobemodor do li\ ouul so agrega . \fyia o&amp;gt;'tyia y en confonnidad con lies I _.y&amp;lt;ji da fcwte Estado, habrA una eleaoicm general &amp;gt; \ din iniorcoles 7 do sqtiombro pvoesLuo on lo* dlfwontof) unbildte y Dlatritpo d' w Condadoj on lag {fogairea design ados por l»jwiw» do supei inboudenJis, para. la elecoion d« toe em pleader ujgoicntes a saber. Gobernudor, Ton ion to Grubpruador. 0n Jueadelu Corto Supreratt. Conti'olor. Tosovero. Proaurador geooval. Agrimensor genera). SuporlutoDdento do inatfuooiou piiblion. Un Senadorparaol primuv Di.strito Senatorial Dos miombioa a la lejnalatui a. Jucr de Con dado. Esciibauodel C'ondado. Proourador do DietritO. Sheriff. Coroner. -4valuador, Tesorero del Condado. Aejriiuonsor del Condado. Adminiafawlor publico. C'inco aaporintcniflatOB dol Condado. Dos Jiiy&amp;amp;GS de Pa/ on cada Cubildo y doa Juccefc de Paz...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 6 August 1853

San Francisco i&amp;amp;dv's. BM ISftSf • AEMBEO r CEKRAJERO. A BRE areas do Fierro, Fabricante de corraduras y las o; pone Garrantizatodas sus obras. Tiene constantemen un gran surtido para su expendio do escopetas de uno y do Canones, Rifles, Pistolas, Polvorlnes y demas articulos pnia el uso del arma, los que se venderan apreciosbarratos, igualmente que polvora v munioion por mayor y men or. Su ostablecimiento se halla en la calle del Comercio, a pocos puertas mas abajo de la callo de Montgomery, San Francigco.— Todaclase de trabajo que seordene al mismo sole dara la debida atencion ycumpliendo en el tiempo que sea seiiala- ■ jsl9 3tn. Goodwin &amp;amp; Go., Wholesale Grocers &amp;amp; Commission Merchants, California-st., near Front, SAN FRANCISCO, WOULD beg to call the attention of Merchants of the Southern Country, to their large and desirable assortment of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, to which are Constantly receijMknccessions by every clipper, and" whicn al'? oueiCj...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

Cos vUtfldcs Star. VOL. 3. LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1853. NO. 15.

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THE FUTURE LIFE. kt %'it.t.iam rm.r.rty nr>ri«!T. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

THE FUTURE LIFE. kt %'it.t.iam rm.r.rty nr&amp;gt;ri«!T. err WXI. 14AM COI.UCM BP.TA.VT. How eball I know thee in the sphere which keep* Tho disembodied spirit* of the dead, Wheu all of thee that time oould vdther, sleeps And perishes arawqg tho dust wo tread f For I shall frel thu sting of ceaseless poijl, If there I meet thy gentle spirit not; Nor bear tlie voice I love, nor read ngaltt In thy Eorcuest eyes the tender thought. WIJ1 not thy own meek heart demand me there'.' That heart whose fondest throbs to me were gh eu; Jly name on earth woa ever In thy prayer, « Shall It be boolsh'd from thy tongue in heaven ? In meadow's fann'd by heaven's life breathing wind, In tbe resplendence of that glowing sphere, And larger movements of the unfetter'a mbid. Wilt thou forget tho lore that joined u» here? Tlie love that lived through ull the stormy past, And meekly with my harsher nature bore, And deeper grew, and" tenderer to the laat, Shall it expire with life and be no more? A happ...

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Santa Anna aiul hlx Policy. *r>l.- _i..1.... A i.. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

Santa Anna aiul hlx Policy. *r&amp;gt;l.- _i..1.... A i.. Tho editor of the Baltimore American is peculiarly familiar with the affairs of Mexico, :tud well acquainted with the statesmen and people of thut country. Tie says; " Sknta Anna lias always been accustomed to consider and speak of himself a# the "Napoleon of America." It is quite possible that he considers the moment auspicious to imitate the example of the present Emperor of Frunee.and to adorn his brows with the imperial iliadem Why should he not? We are sure that the men who tore his mutilated lira!) from tho grave in 1845 aud dragged il it •&amp;gt;.. the street* of the capital; who hailed him ia the saviour of Mexico in 1847; who hissed Him out of the country in 1848; and who took "fl" his horses, and hitched themselves, like mules, to the vehicle that bore him to the palaOi in 1853, will not hesitate as to any demand |ie may make in their hour of humiliating abatement. "It is true that Jturbide tried the crown ...

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The American Union. lf>07 Virninin flvil unHlo.1" Kn li.n tTr./.KaV. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

The American Union. lf&amp;gt;07 Virninin flvil unHlo.1" Kn li.n tTr./.KaV. 1C&amp;gt;(N Virginia first nettled by tho English. 1614 New York first settled by tho Dutch. 2620 Massachusetts settled by Puritans. 1623 New Hampshire settled by Puritans. 1024 New Jorsoy eottled by the Datoh. 1627 Delaware settled by Swedes and Fine. 1634 Maryland settled by Catholics. 1635 Connecticut Hettled by Puritans. 1635 Rhode Inland by Roger Williams. 1650 North Carolina settled by English. 1650 South Carolina settled by English. 1682 Pennsylvania settled by Win. Penu. 1733 Georgia settled by Oglethorpe. 1791 Vermont admitted into the Union. 1792 Kentucky admitted into the Union. 1796 Tennessee admitted into the Union. 1802 Ohio admitted into tho Union. 1811 Louisiana admitted into the Union. 1816 Indiana admitted into the 1'nion.J 1817 Mississippi admitted into the Union, 1818 Illinois admitted into the Union. 1819 Alabama admitted into the Union. 1820 Maine admitted into the Union. 1821 ...

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Fanny Fern after the Women. Fannv was musinir one Sundnv aftar fchftfnl- [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

Fanny Fern after the Women. Fannv was musinir one Sundnv aftar fchftfnl- Fanny was musing one bunday after the following style, wbioh she has been candid enough to talk about. She's a funny boy. u l have been reading the Bibb today,and it strikes me that our foremothers were not very correct old ladies. Who flirted with the old serpent! How came Sampson'* hair cut off and his peeper's extinguished! Who perforated Jael'a head with tenpenny nails'* How came Jonah sent on n whaling voyage! Who helped Ananias tell fibs! Who put Job up to sweaiing? Who danced John the Uoptiste head off his shoulders, bey? I'd like t.j have you notice (that's all) what a stock we all sprung from. If they wern't tcototally depraved n.ay 1 never find out which of 'em I descended from!— 1 They didn't seem to have the least considera tion for future generations'long since unborn .' Now I don't calculate myself, to feel responsible for their capers. I've read somewhere in ' Byron, 1 be'.iove, that every wash t...

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Hoiivc Politeness. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

Hoiivc Politeness. Why not bo polite! how much does it east to say, I thank you'' Why not practice it at homo! To your huaband, your children, your domestics? If a stranger doue you some little , act of courtesy: bow pleasant the smiling acknowledgment! If your hunhand—oh fit's a mutter of course—no need of thanks. Should au acquaintance tread on yonr dress, your very best, and by accident tear it, how profuse you are with your ' never minds—don't think of it—I don't care at all." If a husb &amp;gt;nd does it be gets a frown ; if a child he is chajAh! these are little things, say you. They tell mightily upon the heart, Jut ua assuroiyou, little as they are, A gentleman stops at a friend's house and Buds it in confusion. "He don't see any thing tu apologise for; never thinks of suoh matters."' Every thing la all right—cold eupper. cold room, crying children, perfectly comfortable. Goes homo where the wife hag been taking care of the sick ouoa, lind working her life almost out. Do...

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An exquisite Story by Lamm-tine. In the tribe of Nep-pdeh there wna a horse [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

An exquisite Story by Lamm-tine. In the tribe of Nep-pdeh there wna a horse Jn the tribe of Neggdeh there was a horse whose fame was spread far and near, and a Bedouin of another tribe, by the name of Daher desired to possess it. Having offered in vain for his camels and his wealth,he at length hit upon the following device, by which he hoped to gain the object of his desire: He resolved to stain his face with the juice of an herb, to clothe himself in rags, to tie hia legs and neck together, so as to appear like a beggar. Thus equipped he went to wait for Naber, the owner of the horse, who he knew was to pass that way. When he saw Naber approaching on his beautiful steed,, he cried out in a weak voice: "I am a poor stranger; for three days have I been unable to move from this spot to 6eek for food. lam dying, help me and heaven will reward you." The Bedouin kindly offered to take him up on his horse and carry him home. But the rogue replied, "I cannot rise; I have no strength left....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

Election IVotkc. BTaTE OK OATjIPOUNIA.. OOITNTT OP t,C»S ANGRLE KV virtue of a Proclamation of the Onvernur, tieopy of which i» h«ir"*«« Miu«?)caJ end in accordance with the laws or tli'H Sute.a Ki'tiurul Election will hp held on U'ednes. liny, the 7».h day or 1 September next. In the &amp;lt;«-verfcl UrwnM am! election district* nf elm County u( L&amp;lt;.« Angtdes. at pl»ttc.» to he designated by th* Board or Supervisors—lor the election of the following oiUflvrs: Governor. Lieutenant Gnvi-rnor. One Justice of f.b«Mapramo Court, Comptroller. 'Treasurer. Attorney General. Surveyor Geuairal. fiuperiutendent of I'ubllo Induction. tDue Senator fur the Plant Senatorial District. Two Members or Amciubly. County Judge. County Clerk. District Attorney. Sheriff. OiMur« A.»*e3*or. County Treasurer. County Survey.ir. Public Administrator. 5tvc Two /n*itieep fit" the. Peaec in each Towusbip nud two Justices of the Pvnet In the city o! Los Ai»gol«, Two OointubluN In each ftvu Mil two C...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

Alexander A Bauning, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, SAN PEDRO AND LOS ANGELES* CAL., HAYING lately purchased the taU'retcuQlMni.Dnnglssa A Sanford io this (lace, we are now prepared To Slore and Forward Good* to nod from Liw Angeles. Products hnubid, s9or«n! and ■hipped on the most reasonable terms. W» do not hold our BPlm'i responsible for damage to goods from tire, or wo while ox storage. A LINK OK STAGES will leave for Los Angeles Immediately on the arrival uT-noti steamer. IIA RLE V for sole In tmuti titles to suit pntcbaevrs either in Lop Angelenorfian Pedro. OBOROf C. AiBx**Dtn. PnmsAnHAMMING. MYI.B3 k. M.iMAMUS, AgentB.ln t.ns AngcUs. tf Fi9 ©(DSbltiilEla Th* Steamer 00LI All. CuptT Hllllanl, *111 run semi-monthly during the ensuing ftoiiNin bi-lween 8nn Francisco and San — 'Diego, touching ut Hants drus, Monterey, 8an Lulu Obispo, Snot a Durbar* end Sun Podro. Thfa M«amet, Wing undergone* thorough orpriintjllng. offers tbe safest nnd nwsfc comfortable nocomnuKlation* t...

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William Waldo. T hf* nhminKß Ina o nliillinn' ! [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 20 August 1853

William Waldo. T hf* nhminKß Ina o nliillinn' ! reception it) every part of the State that he has yet Visited. The fact of his refusal to meet bis political opponent on the stump, has given rise to mucjti dissatisf iction among the people, and induced many of them to believe that he is cither incapable of expounding the measures proposed by the Whig party for the future government of this state, or that these doc trinos will not bear the test of an open discussion. AVhile.Gov. Bigler has been canvassing the .State, and discussing openly the doctrines of the Democratic party, what has been the course pursued by Mr Waldo? He has been slipping about through the mines endeavoring, we presume, to trump up some tr.ckery by which he may ride into o&amp;amp;oe. He may, perhaps, have been induced to adopt this private electioneer ing system, by the fine opportunities it offered for gulling the people with his yarn of disinterested charity and unequalled benevolence. He may succeed by thi...

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