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Lyrics of the Street—The Charitable VIslto Sbe curries no flag of lashloo, ber clothes are bi passing plain, Thouuh ehe comes from a ciiy palace all jubila with her reign, She treads a bewildering alley, with woes and dn thrown out, An4 6gbiit!g aad cursing children, who mock Why walk yon tbia way, my lady, io the enow ai slippery A-.-: These are nol Hie rfinoee oi pirtae—nere mrae hvrv, and vice: Rum helps lha heart of starvation to a coursj bold and bad ; And women tn roaudlit I A letter i Detroit (M Wnr's Desolation sMgan) fr lion caused by war lie, Teim., to tho : Tress, describes fol- The Poet to His Turkey. [The Poet, Bitting before bis Ore, turning his Holiday Turkey, discoursed as follows :] While bards, with rolling optics, sing The eagle whirling on the gale, 'Tis mine to gently touch the string Thut vibrates to a tenderer tale. Tli of I ade to I eee iti lbe coi And the moth) ml mad, er yondei .is labors. Bu and sword hav< ■- Ivy i ha blind wrath did it, strange : , childhood's harm. That face will grow bright at your coming, but your steward mightcome as well, Or belter tbe Sunday teacher, thai helped bim lo read and spell. " Plantations deserted or uncultivated, vhole settlements or villages left with icaro^y^iinhabitaiit,fencesalldestroy- .d, leaving one wide waste j and, more han all, dozens of dwelling houses humid to the ground, one largo, fine farm The hull That t Brings n And long to fall upou thy breast. The maids of musk in Aden's bowers, Of whom the Eastern minstrels tell, That crown witb leasts love's blissful hours On banks ol blooming Asphodel. Have no domestic foul su nice Among their birds of paradiBe. Oh! I do noi come of mj 1 bave plea-Kan I tasks in in well-beloved to gree To follow the dear Lord Jei and piiow ; "Where 1 lind ihe. trace of hi and loses grow. He said that to give was We i fn rd t>y ldh is I walk in the storm up< I wa footsteps, there lilies ned, more blessed than ■angels, of all that we But wbat could he take, dear a had to give. Save a litlle pause of attention, ami a litlle thr of delight, Wheu the 'lead were waked from the and lhe blind recalled lo sight? We could not but cry shame Union soldier who would thus destroy property . We v di purpose if ruin and desolation advance ofour army." Teeth Set on Edge.- rinks medicines, and t -All acid foods, oth-wasbes and .us to the teeth. slumbers, h tbe morning, and Say, the King came forth wit opened Ins palace-doova, Thence Hinging lbs gifts like sunbeams tbat break apon marble floors ; But the wind with wild pinions caught them, and carried them round about : Though I looked liil mine cy**s were dazxled, I never could make them out. But He bade me go far and find them, "go seek them with zeal and pain ; The hand is most welcome to ine tbat brings me mine owu again ; And those who follow them farthest, with faithful searching and Bi__ Are brought with joy to my presence, and Bit at my feet all night." So, biihfn* and thither walking, I gather them broadly cast ; Where yonder young face doth sicken, it may be Uie best -and last. In no void or vague of duty I come to his aid to- dav, I bring God's love io his bedside, and carry God's gilt away. —Atlantic Monthly. np fa tooth is pulu uiee, or tartaric a enamel will be coi that it can be rem is if it were chall experienced what teeth set on edge it is the acid of tl eaten has so far s the tooth that tlte the small nerves a membrane which and the bony pa: an effect cannot b juring the cnam come hard a*. removed h}T t as an egg softened in hard ag£n by bei \g When the effect of soi subsides the}- feel &* they are not as well it is repeated the sot consequences will bc i tific American. etely d bvt Most The e i few hours lestroyed ie finger tin Nor under ocean's combing Where mermaids dress th Prep. My longi Wc two 8 just closed, wcr To New York. eaves, Ir sea-green hair, ting fare. ..mi, and blonde! -[Vanily Fair. HOLIDAY CIRCULAR, A. ROMAN & CO. Booksellers, Importers and Pnl)- lislaers, Nos. ill and 119 Montgomery street (Lecount'a Building,) SA.Y FRAJ\~CISCO, CAV. WE„ouM mo.treep.ctfnllj invitt «•'"^''J0 "C ""' l'ubli.; tt) the MAGNIFKTENT -AWt.,1. ot BColiday Goods TCa.ranowoDentnK conmrlBlng the latest an. must beau ' * tilull, iound aad aUJSTEiMrD GIFT BOOKS AND ANNUALS PliOa'OGIJ-VPll ALBUMS fob Tin; irE-NTi-rn table, Auto-Photograph Alliums, Photo Alliums ol Pictures and Poetry. Plioto-JMbles anil Prayer-Hooks. SUPERB FAMILY BIBLES -The shipment iring the yea R..E. RA8NM0D, COMMISSION MERCHANT ;No. 105 '.Front street, (fielween Washington and Merchant street.;) SAN FEANCISCO, will give particular attention to tlie Purchase and Shipinc'ist, us well as te the SALE OP MERCI1AND1SI<: AM> PRODUCE RE. "RAIMOND having heen established in Sau tinuallv en<;:i;.ved in the Commission bu^iiic^s (or Merchants "ami rroducers oi' ihe Southern and Northern coast of California, as well as with tbat of Oregon and Washington Territories, feels confident that he will he ahle to give entire satiisaction to parties who may entrust their business lo his cai.e. J>16 "~ CLARK'S wmimUfEfEmiMii THE CHEAPEST AND BEST ARTICLE For Marking Linen. PllAYEIl BOOKS. S2C.I3J.0M an: 12 950,139 61 lT^rrio oo 36,651 64 1*21 10 For 305 sale by riur rrror.r Montgomery street, 2, San Franclsc Ilooisi JN'o, ancisco. W. HOLT. ns nr a,.- par.-.tt. 0 U..-..10.1UJ-H Loot B Proctor .ite. etc. STANDARD AUTHORS, GEO. W. CHAPIN & CO., Lower si<lc of Plaza, near Clay »t., SAN FK.APk-C.ISCO. rEMP]>oyMEirF~bFFiCE and CENERAL^CENCY. Furnish all kinds of help for F 0KT.Y .NOV;! !pi id lias Ik AmHrot.jT>c Copies of Fine Pictures aod Statuary, Als , have a Real Ef es, Mills, ito Agen. Hotels, , Shops , and attend to feb2rJ _d:ol. ^.330Xjii»ia:xT!S' Antl-BIicuimatlc Cordial ami health Kestorative :flu ■ General, I iyear. Uia oenced by Gr l pron nl; fr< rod thi Concerning Large Armies. Tho following foots, from the fields of ancient history, may hoof some interest at the present time : The city of Thebes had a hundred gates, and could send out at each gate 10,- 000 fighting men and 200 chariots—in all 1,000,000 of men and 2,000 chariots. The army of Trerah, King of Ethiopia, consisted of 1,000,000 of men aud U00 chariots of war. Sesostris, King of Egypt, led against his enemies 600,000 men, 2^,000 cavalry, and twenty-seven scythe-armed chariots. 1491 B. 0. Hamilcnr went from Carthago and landed near Palermo. Ho had a fleet of 2,000 ships and 8,000 small vessels, and a land force of 300,000 men. At the battlo in whieh he was defeated 150,- 000 were slain. A Eoman fleet, led by Ecgulus against Carthage, consisted of 330 vessels, with 140,000 men. The Carlhrigenian fleet numbered 150 vessels, witb.150,000 men. At the battle of Oannarr, there were of the Romans, including allies, 80,000 foot and 6,000 horse; of the Carthagenians 40,000 foot and 10,000 horse. Ofthese 70,000 wero slain in all and 10,000 taken prisoners; more than half slain. Hannibal, during his campaign in Italy and Spain, plundered 400 towns and destroyed 300,000 persons. Kinus, the Assyrian King, about 2,- 200 years B. O., "led against tho Bac- trians his army, consisting of 1,700,000 foot, 200,000 horse, and 16,000 chariots armed with scythes. Italy, a little before Hannibal's time, was able to send into the field nearly one million of men. Semiramis employed 2,000,000 men in building the mighty Babylon. Shetook 1,000,000 prisoners at the Indus, and. sunk 1,000 boats. - Sennacherib lost in a single night 185,- 000 men by the destroying angel.—3d Kings, 19, 35—to 37. A short time after the taking of Babylon tho forces of Cyrus consisted of 600,000 foot, 120,000 horse, and 2,000 chariots armed with scythes. An army of Cambyscs, 50,000 strong, was buried up in the desert sands of Africa by a south wind. When Xerxes arrived at Thermopylae, his land and sea forces amounted to 2,- 641,610, exclusive of servants, eunuchs women, sutlers, etc., in all numbering 5,383,320. So says Herod'utus, Plutarch, and Isoerrates. Tlio army of Arrtaxerxes, before the battle of'Cimnxa, amounted to about ].,- 200,000. Ten thonsand horses and 1,000,000 foot fell on tho fatal field of tssrrs. AVhen Jerusalem was taken hy Titus, 1,000,000 perished in various ways. Tlie force of Darius at Arbela numbered more than 1,000,000. The Persians lov 00.000 rrrcn rrr tliis battle; Alexander about 500 men. Arian says the Persians in this battlo lost 300,000; the Greeks 1,200. The army of Tamerlane is said to liave amounted to 1,600,000, and that ofhis antagonist, Bajazet, 1,400,000. A gentleman in Albany. N.Y., haa offered to educate a poor bul ef that city, as soon as he shall Bupplj him with 1,000,000 old postage stamps The stamps ate to be used in makiog paper rnache- Bishop Elliott, of Georgia, announces that the Union or Lbe (hoaeeee ofTexas, Mississippi, AUba ma, Georgia, Sooth aod North Carolina, and Vir- ■.iri'iii,-ir: eoriuOerr:, riroler ihe name of Protestant KpVopriraui church of fire Confederate Slates of America. Tite Would orF Flowers.—If: for mo to direct how little girls at should bc led to think oi the Wisdc goodness and power ot God, I should say, make them acquaint* the worldofflowers. Let them be even while little children, to tell tl mon names of flowers. Let the: little spots of ground or boxes of which to plant flowers, aud take them. Let them gather wildflo the hills, in tho valleys, over tl clows, in the woods, anrl along flu When old enough, give them : magnifying glass, and let them exquisite delicacy of form and st and tints, and the dependence part upon thc other, and all u soil and the shower and the sun trace tho whole to tho wisdom nevolence of liim who formed t duces them all. i cold, and it v iry and absorb Of pa " I v.* latwr. nd nil nd b( id pre According to the last Navy R-: ernment has three irou-clad stei service, and uine for use ou liie completed. It also has tivtnty- occau steamers find fifteen river st nost display The childn Tbe English people anticipate evil of Iheir Queen 1 cauce ibr lhe Best time iu ber royal life.she bas! iled to keep her appointment to prorogue Parliament. She is said to have changed very much since her husband's death, and to brood over the calamity continually. Hav. Joseph Aldun, J). D„ President of Jefferson College for six years past, has tendtred his resignation, and has received an appoiutmeut aa Paymaster in the araj. Rev. Dr Riddle, formerly Pastor ofthe Third Presbyterian Chureb, of Pittsburg but recently of Jersey City, has beeu selected as his successor in the Presidency of the College. 2,000 convalescent soldiers, on their way to join miy near Harper's Ferry, from Washington, not finding Uieui there, proceeded on into Virgi- aud the whole party fell into the hands of the Rebel cavalry. A new ccniralto, 11 lie. Morcnsi,iias debuted, wbicb means a first appearance aud nothing improper— io New York, Sbe is described as pretty and hav- g a " superb, luscious voice," The Commissioner ol Internal Revenue has decided tbat tbe manufacture of Cord, Tape and Covered Wire, enjoyed in making hoop ekirts, ie liable to a tax of 3 per cent, ad valorem. Fry, the musical critic, is an odd fi^h. He char acteriztis the plot ot Trovatore as the periphery of diotey, about equal to a scene of mending a sewer set to music ; or repairing a pair of'cast-ofl leether breeches. light de* KOHLER * FBOHLISG'S .EEA WINE BITTER!! A: ; TO DELICIOUS TASTE AND FINE FLA- vor, produced by a proper combination of 1 and Wholesome- l".0rbs, tl,i« ISit.lcre is Eui.e: * A. BUSWELX.&CO, Book Binders, Paper Rulers, audi Blank Book Manufacturers, '3 je2!) K Citj LER & FROHLING. Hall,Main Bt,, Los Angel .. Int! -nun E TO CUEIMTOIiS. y Court of Lob Angeles Couu State of California. Melius vs. Ills Creditors. loan order of the Hon, Willia e Coun Frnhcl UANT n G. (Successors to Hawkhurst &Son,) IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, Brooms, Pails, Tubs, Washboards, Churns, &o,. BEriEE!EEAcE'E!E:E,EEEE\ ne tht-y cull ;a rnv ofl'me ami I will sliovr * tliem *_(-vti i.tes of true mevit^ -winch have; been Kent to mc voln* iri'ly, without applying for tliem. or bv boring indiyi i ,, r \ I, Km' DR. ADOI/PHUS. ABBSTS —Cro*wel & Crane, corner oi' Clay ami Fvev ;reet.=—Kefliiigton&Co., Cl;ij street—Mm*i*i!, corner 'ashington and Ilrtttery sts.. San Francisco. je*21m3 Agesit for J^os Angeles. Dr. H. R. MYLES. BCOVlU^fl — AND— STILLINGIA, —01.1— BLOOD AND LIVER SYBUP- M_ following aiseaaea, liitving their origin in* disordered Btgament of his t'Ht cliiiV!^;(J from his 0hi of tbe sUluie in ei A.D. 1863, o and then r tht prayei A v.vC from ;■ Write iojury i Distrust olt b id is a breakfast for a fool, sand and kindness in marble, tea ihe thief. Say-well is good ; do well is better. There ib uo fool like the mau who accounla bi: self wise. Misery dwells witb the wise, but hy follow:! t footsteps of the epeudLhrift. Somebody says that a wife should be like roast- id lamb, te dor and nicely dressed.—Somebody itee witAe-dl; add8, " and without -sauce." Yonfb mu (ho lark have their BOBgfl for the morning, wii le Etff« and the oightiogaloha*re thelre for the even A man th t catches his handsome wife Bcoluing her sorviiiit.^ is apt to be reminded tbat the pea- oock with all her beauty, has the harshest voice ic tbe world. Sum 900 '*.'. a Boys.—If a newspaper editor MBtopa the press to -m-nouncef wbat would he do to a pound. It is from the remembrance of joye we have lost that the arrows of aflUcUoa are poiuted. mllE ■ 1 Am lease leave 1 Uiliieri. jm Horn Loe AnBeli TURE. informs the citizens of Lo . healthy aol its favor fro SQUIRES. 3D1TORS. rat Judicial Dl for Loa An the NOTICE TC In tbo District Court oi of the iState of Oa County. Michel Cleiaen PURSUANT to an c JL Hayes, Jud.<j;e oi th is herehy given lo all vent, Mioiitil Clement, Son. Benjamin Hayes, county of Los Aogelw On the UEh elay.ef February, A.D. 1863, at 10 o'clock, a.m. of that day, then aud there to show cans.;!, if any they can, why the prayer ol said insolvent should nol. be granted, and an assignment el his estate be made, nnd lie lie discharged irom his debts and liabilities, in pursuance of the statute in snch ease made and provided ; and in the meantime, all proceeding a;;ain,-.t said in.ol- vciil be stayed. Witness mv band and the seal of said court, the [l.s.] 8ib"day of January, a.d. 1863. JOHN W. SHORE, Clerk. i By Joseph Hubeb, Jit., Deputy. F C) R San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, San Pedro and San Diego. /y$ and alter the first of April, and until further *iBi SENATOR, T. W. SEELEY COMMANDER, tripa per month on tiie SouLhern ■: IA On the 3d and 18th of each Month AT 8 O'CLOCK, A. M. of Lading will bc furnished by ibe Purser For freight or office of S. J. l!.ei eon streets. dec9 ]ia:_--iaj;e apply on board, or at tin sley,. comer of Front and Jack S, J. I1EXSLEY, President. rXJSSj A|»otkecaiics Hall, Main sticel, _Dp8 Angeles. riULAOKI.I'lffA, Jr CdllfOl! P. X. KAST, AGiTrvr* OP A. S E 11513 li 1,1 C II, BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER, iWaielio Constantly on hand, a larga assorted i.Uoek oi' (Gentlemen's, Ladies, Misses, and Children's Wear, Of superior quality; also, French Calf Boot Legs aad Boot Fronts. I\ X. KAST, Sole Ap;cnt for California. ^©•Country Orders promptly uttcude-d to. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1863. NO. 39. VOL. XII. Cos Angelea Star: PUBLISHED E7BBT SATCIiriAY MOUXI.NO, At the STAR BUILDINGS, Spriug Street, Los AngeleSi 11 Y IT. II /I ffl I I. T O N . TERMS: S'ib.sectptions, per annum, in advance. .$6 00 For Six Months 3 00 For Thr*e Months 2 09 Single Number 0 12J Advertisements inserted at Two Dollars persquare often lines, for tiie tirst insertion; ond One ■ Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to yearly Advertisers. Sun Pranclsoo Agency. Mr. 0. A. CR U-JE ia the only authorized ageut [or tbe Los AsaEI-Bfl STAR in Ran Francisco. All orders left al, bis ollice, Nort.hwe-4 corner of Washington and Sansome streets. Government BildiDg.(up stairs) will he promptly attended to. HOT ELS . BELLA UNION HOTEL, LOS A^ORTLES. J OlIN KING & iOSNBY HAMMEL, Proprietors. rnHE SUBSGRIBEKS liuviil'r! loam.l lire above 1 named Howl, wish w aware iWr friends and ttie travelling public that they will endeavor to keep the Bella Union what It has always been, ■l-UK BEST HOTEL IW SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Families ean be accommodated with large, airy rooms, or soils ot* r D.P, well furnished. The Bills of Fare shall be interior* ro none in tile State. SlII the Stages 10 and lrom 1.03 Augeles arrive at and depart from this Hotel. Tlte Bar :«!irl Uiliianl Saloons Bhall receive the most strict ottent , and the nitrons shall lind Ural, this t.onSH will bo corned ,in as a hi St class Hotel ou_lU to be. Lns Aogeles, Mai 31. 1862. §itstncss Carts. C. E. THOM, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS ANGELES. Office in Ploo Buildings, Spring street. jy-3 DR. J. C.WELSH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offiee, CITY DRUG STORE, Main street, Los Aogeles. Oflice hours, 9 to 12, m ; and 2 to 0, P.M. August 1. 1859. ■Citj ©rtra;ratt-°*!Q;iri) of penltj) S. &, A. LAZARD, Frencli, KngHsla and American Dry Goods. Corner of Melius Row,Loe Angelea. 1 62 PHINEAS BANNING, FORWARDING ami COMMISSION AGENT, Now San Pedro and Los Angeles- UiMiTED STATES HOTEL. SdEtixi Street, 1_ o s Angeles. TUB Sffl'SCRIBGK having leased lhe - J above establishment, begs leave to ia- i'j'Mf'! forintlie pnblictliat lie has refitted and refurnished it throughout, aad that it will oo eoudueled iu the very best style. The table will he liberally supplied witb everything the mnrket affords, and everv care will be taken to in.ilto Hie IJSITED STATUS HOTEL a oo,„. .ortaliie homo loi* hoarders. Atiachodto the Hotel, is aBlLLIABD BOOM and UAR, wliere the best ot liquors and oigars are kept. Terms moderate, to suit tlie times. Millers coining lrom or to the mines of IIol- comhir. 1'olosi, Mohave or San Gabriel, will liucl this a eonveuient place to meet their Iriends, or to obtain desirable information. attached to the Hotel. LOUIS Mli-TSMBR, Los Angeles, November 8th, 1862.-11 F. P. HAMI9.EZ, ROTARY PUBLIC, Office with J. R. GiTcnrrr.t. Esq., Temple's Block. Frencli, English, and Spanish Translated, Collections Made, &C. A_ LBEMAnT PLAIN AND ORNA.amrVTA.1. SXCS-KT XJ.<a.IBJ,3**XKrC3-. CARRIAGE PAINTING, &G. Inquire at Jonx Goti-ER'a Shop. augl ABAKBRYi BROOKLYN HOTEL SAN FRANCISCO. niiiE famous pkoprictor of tinvi^k begis leave to inform In* putrtmsiiml trlenii^'*^™' teat oa aad otter tbe fifftt of Naveinber, 1862, he will removii frora Lhe oW ililapidnt.rl bailrfiBR on Broadway, wiiere be bas re.^i'lfd siace .Snn... 1852, aod witlopttii that SPACIOUS AND SLEGA.NT lUltUKSTUUCTaifR, wlileli waa Imili. expressly fur a hotel, on tbe south-east corner of Sansome ami Pine streets. The Building is fire-proof and supplied throughout with gas, and water by the Chryata! Spring; Water (Jompaoy, aud every convenience is-otTored at tbis Hotel ; tbo rooms beTof; till well ventilated, large and commodious and I do not hesitate iu aayiug fiat the BROOKLYN will be second to aooe iu the State, Merchants, Miuera, Traders and ali others visiling tbe city, are invited to come and examine for themselves. The Brooklyn Hotel Otnloibos will convey you to tbe House free, and il you do not like tbe accommodations it will cost jou nothing. The Omnibus will always be on the wharf on tbc arrival ot the inland and ocean steamers, to take passengers and baggage to the Hotel. Tbe Brooklyn Hotel is conveniently situated, being in the central part of the city, where the cars of tbe city Railroad pass the door every three minutes each way, to all parts of the city. There ie a large Reading Room attached to tbe House and Library containing 500 Standard Works, exclusively for the use of its guests. Rooms will be let by the night, week or month, with or without board; also, saites of Rooms to families or others at reduced rates,— The Table will always be Bupplied with an abnn- d»nce of the choicest and best ihe market can afford, and no expensewill he spared to set a table that will defy the criticism of the most fastidious epicure. JOHN KELLY, Junk. San Francisco, Oct. 23d, 1862.-3ia WATTS' NERVOUS ANTIDOTE, AND PHYSICAL RESTORATIVE. THR MEDICAL WONDER OF THE AGK.— Tbe most powerful and wonderful medicine ever discovered. Walts' Ntn-mis Antidote Has cured, and will cure, more cases of nervous disorders than any otber knowu remedy. Watts' Nervous Antidote Haa and will cure Nervous Headache, Giddiness, Fainting, Paralysis, Extreme Debility. Neuralgia, Chronic and Inflammatory Rheumatism, Toothache &c. Sea, Watts' Xervous Antidote Is an effectual remedy for Wakefulness. Itssooth- iug and quieting influence is remarkable. Watts' Nervous Antidote Will cure Delirium Tremens, Nervous Trembling, Epilepsy, Twitching ofthe Facial Nerves, Convulsions, and Pulmonary complaints. Watts' Nervous Antidote Will act upon that state of the nervous system which produces Depression of Spirits. Auxiety of Mind, Mental Debility, Hysterics, ifcc, aud is so wonderful in rejuvenating premature old age, and correcting decrepitude brought on by excessive indulgence, that nothing but a trial can convince tbo patient of its qualities. It is not an excitant hut a strenir-thener, purely vegetable aud harmless; like a skillful architect begins by laying a firm foundation, and gradually but incessantly r-.dds atrength and vigor until nothing is left unfinished. For eale at retail by all Druggists. jyl93m H HICKS &GARS0N,gi DEALERS IN STOVES, Manufacturers of All Kinds to, SHEET IU0.\, AXD COPPER WARE. JOB WORK DONE TO OEDEE. WITH NEATNESS AXD D'-SPATCH. O.mstaiiliyi.i] broil, AU Kinds of Hollow Ware, Pumps ,*tc. Arc. &£. BA.C11MVS MiLIHXft, LOS AKGBLKS 5TUKKT. iAX»I>XiEIIT. [fAS the honor io aunomiee to the Public, tbat li. he still carries ou his business at Am old stand, as above, aod having in his employment competent workiin*a, lie is prepared to execute all orders witb wbieh be may be favored, iu the Manu- lucturiog ui' Fine H^negs,C a rvlnge Repairing ,nnttraendtn-g Ofall kinds. A*SO,eVerytklng*ii the Saddlery Busfncsa. Los Angeles,Feb. 1st,1862. DRUGS, MEDICINES, &G. WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL. APOTHECAEIES.' HALL, AXaltt street, nearly <)]>i>osit<- Commercial. .Ox?. EC. ^T^LYXjIES HAS ON" HAND, ar.d is constantly adding to one oftbe most complete assortments o! Drugs Medicines ami Chemicals, South of Ran Francisco together with all the Patent Medicines of tlie day AJr»o a fine assortment of Perfumery and Toilet Articles. All of which lie warrants genuine and of the beet quality; which be oilers, Wholesale or Retail, oil the most liberal terms. Physicians' Prescriptions compounded at all hours, day or night. H. R. MYLES. LosAngeles, July 1. 1860. WOOD YARD, Opposite Catliolic Clmrcli. FTU-IE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to furnish lmiyj quantity oi FIRE WOOD, all lengths, at short notice, and ou reasonable terms. REBD & CAMPBELL. Loa Angeles, December (i, 18G2. 3ns FALL AND WINTER TRADE. HAYNES &LAWT0N, IMPORTERS OF OH.OOK.BHY, Frenola Olxizici* n?a,lol© Cutlery, CLOCKS, MIRRORS, Plaited and Britannia Ware, Have on hand and are constantly receiving a very large and full assortment of thc above Goods, which they are selling in quantities to suit, at the Very Lowest Market Hates. We call particular atteution to our CLOCKS which are of THE NEW HAVEN CLOCK COMPANY'S MANUFACTURE, (Formerly the Jerome Company,) For which we are SOLE AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA. 16 Sansome Street, Corner Mekcsant, o-253ui S»Q Francisco, AN ORDINANCE, Establishing a Board of Health. Tlie Mayor a?iel Commun Council of the City of Los Angeles, do ordain as follows : Section 1. That there shall be, and tbere hereby is established, a Board of Health fop (lie City of Loa Angelea. Said Board o( Health, consisting of (5) five persons, to be appointed by the Mayor, wilh the advice and consent of the Common Council, Sec. 2. That the said city be divided into (f-) five districts, as follows: lAr.t District.—Fiom Koran's and Frohling1** lanes, consisting of all lhe city lands to the south and west of these lanes, and all lands to tbe south and west of tiie line formed by producing Fiohling's lane across and perpendicular to Alameda Btreet, Second District. — All cily grounds west ol Main street and to the north-west corner of the Pla/.a to tlie centre oi Church street. Third District.—All cily grounds east of Main street aud to Los Angelea river up to Aliso street and the stuth-east corner of the Plaza and north of Monin's and Frohling's lanes aforesaid. Fourth District.— All the city lands north of the Plaza, Church street, and Aliso street, and on the west side of Los Anjreles river. Fifth. District—All the city lands cast cf Los Angeles river. * See. 3. Tbe Mayor, In appointing tbe Board of Health, shall designate in which district each ap point tie ia to act, and it Khali not be necessary for such member to be a resident of ihe district for which be is to act, but all tbe members must rtside within the cily. Sec. 4.—It shall be tho duty of said Board of Health, each one for the district for which he is lo act, to see that any and :d] persons, without respect lo age or color, why now are sick with the smallpox, nnd not convalescent, or who nniy hereafter be sick with ihe same, and have net ihe menus of paying therefor, to be provided by the city wiih medicine, lood. and medical atiention. Provided, That in all euch cases such p rsons sliall be immediately removed to the city hospital, provided such hospital has sufficient Capacity for such persons; aud none ol ihe members of said Board of Health Bhall be authorized to furnish any food, clothing, medicine or medical attention to any person so long as any ac- conimodanons are furni.-hed in any city hospital for said persons Sec. 5. It shall further be ihe duly of each Commissioner of said Board of Health within their res peciive districts, to see that every person, wilhout diotiaction of age, sex. or color, who has not. had lhe kine-pox or small pox, be properly vaccinated, i-p. Its upon their living bad the quest of such Com mission* Physician, who shall bee Board oi Health, for the p ed, then it Bhall bc the d lo arrest all such persons if necessary, before such c for the purpose of beii nr of the acchmt- officio a men rposeof bein J ty of said Commissioner nd carry them by foice. v Surgeon or Physician, 1 'for th. purpose ot such arrest each and oveiy marshal, city policeman, and all their deputies, can be called to the aid of said Commissioner, to assist bim in making said arrest; and it is hereby made the duty of aU marshals, policemen, and tbeir deputies, to obey said Commissioner, when called upon. Sec. 0. And it is further ordered, tbat if any person, when duly called upon by such Commissioner, shall neglect or refuse to ko before the Surgeon or Physician of the cily for the purpose e f such vaccination, it shall be the duly of said Commissioner to report ihe same to the Mayor of ihe city, who shall immediately issue a warrant for the arrest of sueh person, and cause liim or her or ihem, to be brought belore him, and shall proceed summarily to hear and investigate tiie case, and il such person be found guilty of sueh offence, then such person shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be fined in a sum of not less thar. ten (§10) dollars nor more than fifty ($60) dollars, or shall be imprisoned not less thau (5) five days or more than ten (10) days, or by both such fine aud imprisonment, al the discretion of ilie Mayor. Sec. (.—It is further ordered, that eaid commissioners shall be allowed to be paid out of thecity funds such compensation as the Mayor and Common Council shall deem reasonable. Sec. 8. This ordinance to take effect immediately. Passed. N. A. POTTER, Pres'l C.C. Approved thia 24th dav of January. 1863. D. MARCHESSEAULT, Mayor, Resolutions of tlie Common Council. Resolved, by tbe Mayor aud Commou Council of the City of Los Angeles : "Tbat the Board of Health of this cily arehereby authorized and empowered to disperse any large or motley assemblage of peoule within the limits of tbe city of Los Augeles, if, in their discretion, ihey shall deem such gathering prejudicial to the general health. And it is Further Resolved : "Tbat said Commission shall bave the right to place signals upon auy house or building where there ore infected persons; and to establish -such rules and regulations for the disinfection of premises occupied by such sm»il-pox patients, and lake such olher measures aa in tbeir judgment are necessary for tbe protection of thc health of the community.'' BOARD OF HEALTH. The following gentlemen were appointed a Board ol Health for the city of LosAngeles: Dr. J. S. Davis, first district ; Dr. J. 1!. Wiustoo. second disiricl ; Dr. A. B. Hayward, ihird district; Mr.W. P. Reynolds, fourth district; Mr. C. J. Cox, fifth district. Dr. R. T. Hayes was appointed City Physician, aud ex officio member of the Board. Tbe Board couvened and organized, hy tho election of Dr. Hayes, President; aud Mr. Reynolds, Secretary. UNA OK-DENANZA, E&tatolecieudo una Comision dc Saiud. Seccion 1.—Habra y por esta ordenanzase esta- blece una comision de salud para la ciudad de Los Angeles, cuya comision se compondra de cinco personas, ellos de ser uombrados por el Mayor, pre- vio aviso y consent! mien to del coneilio comun. Secciox 2.—La dicha ciudad de ser dividida en cinco distri tos. como eigue : \o Distrito.—Todos los terrenos de la ciudad que se ballanal Sur y Oeste del callejon de Moian y Frohnng, igualmente todos los terrenos al Sur y Oeste de la prolongaciou de dicho callejon, atra- vesando a angulo recto Ia calle de Alameda. 2° Distrito.—Todos los terrenos de la ciudad al Oeste de ta calle Principal y basta la esquina Nor- ueste de la plaza y centro de la (fclle de la iglesia. 30 Distrito. Todos los terrenos Este de la calle Principal baste el Rio de Lns Angeles y rumbo ar- riba basta la calle del Aliso y la esquina Sureste de la Plaza y Norte del callejou de Morao y Froh- ling aotedicho. 4S> Distrito.—Todos los terrenos al Norte de la plaza, cal e de la iglesia, y la calle del Ali rO, y al lado Oeste del Rio de Los Angeles. 5° Distrito.—Todos las tetrenos deatrO la cor- poracion, Este del Rio de los Angeles. SUCOION 'e> -—I'll Mayor en sombrand0 la comision desalud.Beilalaiael Dislritoen que ha de lunuioin-r el nonibriilu, pero no 11:1 de ser preeiso que SI nombrado sea residente del mismo Dirtrito pero todo miembto de lu coiuiaion tendra bu reuidencia deniro de la ciudad. Sec. *1'J. Sera el deber de dicha Gotmafon de la Salud, deenda unoeu el D.sinlo a su cargo.de ver que cada y toda persona sin reapecto i\- edad 6 co lor quienes abora estun enleimos eon Vituela y no ya coovalecieulee, o los que en adelaote puedan en- fermarsecon la misma y que no teflgan mod<i de pagar las medicinns y el medico, serau abastoci'f por cueuta de la Ciudad. cou inediciiMis, comida asistencia de Doctor. Enlendido Que en todoa esos casos el enfermo sara iuinedialann.nte llevado al Hospital suimeslo, que dicho Hospital feoga 8U- ficiente capacidad pant dictios enlernios, ninguoo de los miemiuos de la Cooisiou de Salud tendra auloridad de abaslecercomidas-vit-tuarlos, mediei- nas 6 asisteucta de Medico a personu alguna mien- tras tmi ocomndaciones dadas eu alguu Hospital de la Ciudad a. dichas persoinis. Sec. 5°. Adeinafi sera el deber de cada miembro de la Comisiou de Salud, en sus Distritos respeeti- vos, de reconocer cada persona sin distincion de cdad sexo 6 color, quienes no haa sido Vacunades, el hecho de babe-? sido vacuuado, sera verificado por la Senal eu el euerpo, •*** cuando alguna persona que no ha reeivido la vacunacion serejusaia a la in- stunciadeuij Comisionado de ocurrir al Medico de la Ciudad. quien en virtud de su empleo sera uuo de los mi em bios de la Comison de Salud,— Con el Bn de ser vacuuado, entoncea sera la obligation de dicho comisionado de ar res tar toda persona asi opoaieudo y I levari as por la fuerza si lue se necesario, ante el cirujauu 6 medico de la ciudad con el objeto de ser pacunado, y para efectuar el aireslo cada Marshal, oficial de Policia, y sus res- pectivos diputados, puedeu ser llamados pot el comisionado para auxiliarle en hacer el arte?to ; y por esta se obliga a todo Marshal oficial de Policia y sus diputados, de obedecer dicho comisionado cuando por c! scan llamtidos. SecciOn 6.—T ademas se ordena, si olguna persona despucs deearamonestada por el comisionado de prenenlaree ante el ojrtijanoo medics de ta ciudad con el fin de ser vriciinado, si fallara 6 rebusa ia de cumplir con lo pedidoeera e!deber de dicho comisionado de con.uniear al Sr. Mayor de la ciudad la falta. quieu inmediatamente despediia su citac-ion de arro-oto contra la persona delinquent^ para tener c 6 ellu ahle dicho Mayor, quien pro- eedera eumariametrte de oir e investigar Laeahsa y convict a que sea el acus-ido de la oleosa, enton- ces la persona asi hatlada culpable, sera, conside- rada culpable do mai proceder, y sera multada en una suma que no bajara de diez pesos ni pasara de cineuema pesos, d suirtfa lu.carcelacion no menos de cinco dittS ui mas dedb-z dias 0 por umbos, di- ulta y eucarcelaciou a la discreeiou del Mayor. Sec. 7°. Ademas esta otdenado, que los dichos Comisionadoa serau pa gad os da loa foudos de ia Ciudad, ana compensaeinn que el .Mayor y Coneilio Comun fieSalara como la-onable. Sec. 83 liatanieu' Pasado. E>ia Oidei rite. efec'.o in N. A. POTTER, President del Coneilio Comun. Aprobado hoy 24, de Enero de 1803. D. MARCHESSEAULT, Mayor. "STOXEWALI, JVCK^O.V"! WAY." The following lias appeared in several papers, wilh this introduction : " Found 011 the person oi a sergeant of the Stonewall Brigade, captured uear Manchester, To*., by tbe Yankees." Come stack arms, men ! pile ou the rails- Stir up the camp fire bright, No matter if ibe canteen lails We'll make a roaring night! Here Shenandoah brawls along, Ttinre burly Blue Ridge echoes strong, To swell the Brigade's rousing song, Of " Stonewall Jackson's way." We see him now—the old slouched hat, Cocked over his eye askew, The shrewd drv smile—ihe speech so pat, Sa calm, so blnnt. s-, true 1 Th- fi nel giu rldei k* .mv.- Vm well : Says be, -lliat'o Bank*, he's loud ol shell," Lord save bis soul, we'll give him—well, That's Stonewall Jackson's way 1 Silence' ground arms! kneel al 1! capaofll Old Blue light's agoing to pray. S'rangle tbe lool lhat dares to scoff! Attention ! it's his way : Appealing from bis Dative sod, In forma pauperis, to God — ■* Lay bare ihine arm, stretch forth Iby rod, Ameu!" Thai's SLouewall's way! ■'Ila'ain tbe saddle now—Fdl in! Steady! the whole Brigade! Hill's at liie ford, cut cfl"; we'll wiu His way out, ball and blade. What matler if out' shoes are worn t What matter if our leet are torn f Quickstep! we're with hiiu before dawn." That's Stone-wall Jackson's way. The sun's bright glances rend thc misls , Of morning—and by George! Here's Longstreet snuggling in the lists, Hemmed in an ugly gorge. Pope and bis Yankees whipped before, "Bayonets and grape," hear Stonewall roar, '■Charge, Stewart! pay off Asbbj '& score !" That's Stonewall Jackson's way. Ab I maidens, wait, and watch, and yearn, For news of Stonewall's bund ; Ah ! widow, read with tears tbat burn That ring upon thy band. Ah ! wife, sew on, prnv on, hope on, Thy liie shall not be all forlorn ; The foe bad better ne'er been born, Tbat gets in Stonewall's way ! Ks«iiiimnux Arclilmcturc. As the days lengthen, the vilages are emptied of their inhabitants, wbo move seaward on tbc ice to tbe seal hunt. Then comes into u-e a marvelous iystetn ol architecture, unknown among the rest of the American nations, The fiue. pure snow has by that time acquired, under the aciion of strong winds and hard frosts, snfTiciont coherence to form au admirable light building material,wilh which tbe Esquimaux master mason erects most comfortable dome shaped houses. A circle is -first traced on the smooth surface of the snow, and the slabs for raising the walls are cut from wilhin, so as to clear a space down to the ice. wbich is to form tho floor of the dwelling, and whose evenness was previously ascertained by probing. The slabs necessary to complete the dome, alter the interior of the circle is exhausted, are cut from some neighboring spot. Each slab is neatly fitted to its place by runntug a-flenching knife along lbe joint, when it inslandy freezes to the wall*, tbe cold atmosphere forming an excellent cement. Crevices are plugged up, and seams accurately closed by throwing a few shovelsful of loose snow over the fabric- Two men generally work together in raising a house und the one who is within cuts a low door and creeps out when his task is over. The walls being only three or four inches thick, are sufficiently transiucent to admit a very agreeable light,which serves for ordinary domestic purposes ; but il more be required, a window is cut and the aperture fit * ted wilh a piece o( transparent ice. The proper thickness of the walls is of some importance. A few inches excludes lbe wind, yet keep down the temperature so as to preveut dripping irom thc interior. Tbc lurniture, such as seats, tables and sleeping places, is also formed of suow, and a cov- eriug of reindeer skin or seal skia renders them comfortable to the inmates. By means of antechambers tbe porches, lu form of long low galleries with their opening turued to leeward, warmth is insured in the interior, aud social intercourse U promoted by building the houses contiguously, and cutiug doors ef communication betweeu them, or by erecting covered passages. Storehouses, kitchens, and other accessory buildings, may ba constructed in tbe same manner, and a degree of convenience gained whicli would be attempted in vain with leas plastic material. These houses aro durable; the wind has little effect on tbem and they resist the thaw until the suu acquires very considerable power.— [Sir John Richardson. GitEtiNbacks.—The editor of the San Jose Mercury, who is a member of the Assembly, writes from Sacramento to his paper, saying among olher things : "It is alleged, with a fair show ol truth, that Mr. Ashley imported these greenbacks ($120,0011 of which are in $1,0(10 notes,) for this special purpose. The Federal tax collectors are quick to pro fit by the lesson giveu tbem by tlieir illustrious prototype. Mr, Murdock is not the oniy financier among those officials. Tbe collector for the North- era district has;beeu operating extensively in the same way. The party that indorses these transactions will find itself, uext fall, buried so deep, that if Gabriel should blow bis trumpet lor a thousand years, be could not awakeu it to a respectable resurrection." Discharged.--Brigadiec Gen-vral Carleton, tu command at Sauta Fe, N.M , has issued orders, dishonorably discharging from the service, aud turning over to the civil authorities for trial. First Lieutenant Philip Morris, of the Fourlh Regiment New Mexican volunteers, and three privates, lor the part which they took in the recent cowardly murder of Dr, J. N. Whit lock. Mork ot' FHKD&BIOKSBtnto.—A letter to the Philadelphia Ledger gives lhe following : The recent reverse of our arms calls to mind the earnest expression of the Richmond Journal to the eff*ct that Gen. Burnside would adopt the Fre- dertek-abarg route to Richmond ; but some ofour own journals saw in this only a sign of fear aud weakness, and declared, without any hesitation, that the above was the very route that should be taken. " Nothing," said one of the rebel papers, could £ive our commanding Generul greater pleasure lhau that the Union forces should attempt to mako iheir way tbiibei- by the Fredericksburg route;'' and the journal in question certainly spoke only the truth. Had we taken tbe language aa earnesi and not ridiculed it as we did, it is quite possible the loss we are uow inouruiug would have been averted. lhe shrewdness of the rebel leaders, in surmising tbat we would take that route and no other, is worthy of note. Other measures, intended to divert their attentiou and their forces from Fredericksburg, were freely spoken ,of on our side, and were even Baid tobe in course of fulfillment, ye* the rebels budged not from tbeir battlements in tbe rear or Fredericksburg, but went on, day by day, making them stronger than ever. It would seem from tbis that their leaders were as fully posted wilh regard to our movements aa we were ourselves. As long as a mouth ago, they looked upon certain movements for their diversion as a feint, and, to all appearances, they bave prov - ed such At any rate, the co-operating movements in the attack upou Richmond have not been heard from, and appearances arc agaiust their development al all. Ot course nothing is yet decided with MapOflt to the future. It will take Burnside, or whoever may command the army, some time to recognize and put the lorces in shnpe for marching aud battle, but what route will be taken iu our next cam- paiu against the rebel capital is not known. Fredericksburg is everywhere regarded as a dead failure, and whether tho Rebel balteries remain where .they are or not, it is doubtful whether the experiment of reaching Richmond by that route will agaiu be tried. Sals oj GoMMiss£0!ia.-The AXhoojEoening Jour- nal quotes the following paragraph from lhe Cincinnati Gazette, and accompanies it with tbe comments appended : "Certain N'ew York members of Congress are said to have beeu detected in receiving fees for procuring coot missions in lhe army, in oue case charging us high as $400 (or their Berrices in procuring a single commission of a low grade." We have heard similar rumors, aud thoy poiut to Alfred Ely, representative iu Congress from tho Monroe District in this Slate. A case like this is stated : A young gentlemau lrom this district was an applicant lor a position in the army. The applicaltou was pressed for some time, but without apparent success, when Ely Iflformed the young man that there waB another applicant for the place, wbo could be bought off for $2?0. This amount was handed over to the member, ami lhe commission was soon alter sr cured. Subsequently, as tha Slory goes, it was ascertained that there was not only no other applic.nl in (he w,<y. but that Ely had the Commission In his pocket when he bargained for the $260. Several other eases of a simiiar character aro being brought to light. One ol Ely's brokers—one Brown of Rochester —is nn applicant for Paymaster in the navy. This posilion, reqairing lhe highest iuiegrify is lo be secured for ihe applicant, it possible, to reward him lor his past services in behalf of ihis "venal Congressman." " I ike muster, like man," is au old adage ; and tbe community iu which both " master" and "mau" livedo them both Injustice, if either of them are proper persons to occupy thj respousible positiou of Paymaster in the nttsy.
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 12, no. 39, January 31, 1863|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "An ordinance, establishing a Board of Health", "Resolutions of the Common Council", "Board of Health", [col.4] "Stonewall Jackson's way", "Greenbacks", [col.5] "Esquimaux architecture", "More of Fredericksburg", "Sale of commissions"; [p.2]: [col.1] "Mr. Seward's dispatches", "The administration, not the government", [col.2] "Mr. Seward's prophecies", "The news", "The city cemetery again", "The Board of Health", "A church for sale", [col.3] "Colorado miner", "The battle of Fredericksburg", "San Juan Capistrano", "Horse race", "Pigeon shooting", "Fatal affray", "Spanish merino bucks", [col.4] "I've roamed in other lands", "Another experience of mining life", "Something new--paderon blanco", "Wool agency", "Supervisors", "Repairs of roads", [col.5] "Those stolen arms"; [p.3]: [col.1] "Letter from C. Chauncey Burr", [col.2] "Greenbacks repudiated", "Snow in the mountains"; [p.4]: [col.1] "The young widow", "Washington territory", [col.2] "Election of telegraph company officers and telegraph matters", "Practical test of silver ore", "An old Trafalgar man", "Snow storm", [col.3] "Castles".|
|Subject (lcsh)||Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Newspapers|
|Geographic Subject (City or Populated Place)||Los Angeles|
|Geographic Subject (County)||Los Angeles|
|Geographic Subject (State)||California|
|Geographic Subject (Country)||USA|
|Coverage date||circa 1863-01-25/1863-02-06|
|Publisher (of the Original Version)||Hamilton, H.|
|Publisher (of the Digital Version)||University of Southern California. Libraries|
|Format (Extent)|| p.|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
|Identifying Number||Los Angeles Star, vol. 12, no. 39, January 31, 1863|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m345|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Filename||STAR_879; STAR_880; STAR_881|
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