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es !0 oiatine vt* VOL. XIII. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUEBAY, JAKTJABY 23, 1864. ]TO. 38. &o$ 2lngek0 0tar: PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY SlORNINtJ, At the STAR BUILDINGS, Spring Street., Lou Angeles, bi h. ttAinfros, TERMS: Subserip tions. per annum, in advance. .$5 00 For Six MonthB t.... 3 00 IPor Three Months ...i.. 2 00 Single Number , ,. 0 l2i Advertisements inserted at Two Dollars per square often lines, for the first insertion; and One Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to yearly Advertisers. Ban Francisco Agency. mt.G. A, CR \NB is the only authorised agent lot the Los Anqeles Stir in San Francisco. All orders left at his office, Northwest oorner of Washington and Sansome streets. Government Uilding, (up stairs) will be promptly attended to.' §ttsiitm Carbs* HUT E Sb-S^ A. B. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE in Temple's Building, near the land Office. aug29 J. M. HEIXMAtf, ARCADIA BLOCK, Next to Corbitt <fc Barker's, WHOLESALE ANS RETAIL Gcnte'' Furnishing Goods, Dress Goods, White Goo<3«, Embroidery and Lace Goods, rlrcss Trimmings, Hosiery, Gloves, &e. jani BELLA UNION HOTEL. LOS AMQELES. JOHN KtNG & HESBY IstAMHtEL) Proprietors. THE SUBSCRIBERS having leased the above named Hotel, wish to assure their friends and the travelling public that they will endeavor to keep the Bella Union what it has always been, THE BEST HOTfiL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Families oan be accommodated with large, airy rooms, or suits of rooms-, well furnished. The Bills of Fare shall be inferior to none in the State, All the Stages lo and from Los Angeles arrive at and depart from this Hotel. The Bar and Billiard Saloons shall receive tbe most strict attention, and the patrons shall find that this house will be carried on as a first class Hotel ought to be. Los Angeles, May 31, 1862. J. J. MURPHY, PROPRIETOR. THE SUBSCRIBER having leased the above house, wishes to assure his friends and the traveling public, that he will en- _ deavorto keep the WILLOW GROVE UOUalsl A FIRST CLASS HOTEL. This Housed half a mile East of the Town of L°xington, on tbe main road to tbe Colorado River. Families can be accommodated with large rooms, as the above House has been newly furnished and well VHiitiUturl. Tbe bar is well supplied with tbe best of LIQUORS'and CIGARS. Attached to the Hotel is a large STABLE and Corral, where the best of HAY. BdRLEY and CORJVis kept fur sale and feed. This is the only place where there is plenty of water. .1. J. MURPHY. ©■Montr, Oct. 25. 18(13. oct31-tf ,-S.. HELL-MAN, TEMPLE'S BLOCK, MAIN STRESET, Los Angeles, — DEALKR IN — Boohs and Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, Cutlery and Fancy Goods, &c. OIRCULiATING LIBRARY. GARDEN SEEDS. DR. J. C. WELSH, PnrSlClAJV AND S|URGEON, Office, CITY DRUG STORE, Main street, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9 to 12, m j and 2 to 9, P.M. August 1, 1859. S. 8l A. LAZARD, IMPORTERS, And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in French, English and American Dry Goods. Corner of Melius Row.LosAngeles. 1 62 PHINEAS BANNING, FORWARDING and COMMISSION AGENT, New San Pedro and Los Angeles. .A NATIONS' HOPE. . The Age grows mean and tame-^ Corruption bearath sway; No logger bright Freedom's flame As In tbe olden day. The one min power Usurps the throng And dictates unto all; While craven spirits bend tbe knee( Or in probation fall. Is this tbe land so famed of yore, For Which the Fathers bled ? And those tbe men they thought would lite When tbey themselves Were dead? The Charter of obr Freedom broke— Truth's champion stricken down— A "stronger government" invoked, Upon the land to frown 1 A war exhausting all their life; New issues raised for fight; The War Leech crying more and mote, And Mercy's voice so light,— All. till imperrilled in an hour, That patriot's held so dear) No trusted pilot at the helm To hushr the nation's fear. One bope alone remains to cheer—* Bring np, bring Up the chart I Tbe lines are plain tbat point the course Trough which the ship must dart. The CoNSTfttmos is our guide,— The lamp our fathers gave, Will light us through tbe thickening gloom And our dear country save! THIS HOTEL, newly opened, in the principal place of business in EL MONTE, is ,lHsiBned for the ACCOMMODATION of [TRAVELERS on the road from Los Angeles iu San Bernardino and tbe Colorado River. Animals are well taken care of at tbe STAB£S AHD S^AIT-ITAB.B, Which la abundantly supplied with WATER, and where FEED can always be obtained on reasonable terms. j. w. eVans, AI. F. Q.U1NI*. El Monte, Sept. 28, 1863. i Cor. Sansome and Halleok Streets (OPPOSITE THE AMERICAN THEATRE,) SAN FRANCISCO. THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs the Traveling Public, as well as 1he more permanent Boarder, that he his leased the above well a, known and centrally located Hotel, and intends '3\ M keeping it as A FIKST-CLASS HOUSE, At Moderate Prices. Tn the last three months there has been expended a urge amount in Re-modeling and Re-furnishing, the EXCHANGE, and it will now compare favorably with the first class hotels of the city. WE HAVE SPIlENDID SETTS OF APARTMENTS Tor Families; also a large number of fine single rooms for gentlemen. It is the purpose of the Proprietor to make the EX- HANGE one of the most comfortable aod hotne-lihe otels in the State, and make the Prices to Suit the Times. THB TABLU VQl be supplied with every delicacy the season affords. AWM.er.ed to the Jiouse are fine BATHING BOOMS for Ladies or Gentlemen. JOHN W. SARGENT, Proprietor. M. BUFFUMa (SUCCESSOR TO GEO. THACHKR & CO,) — "Wholesale and Retail Dealer In — WINES AND LlOUOtt, Syrups, Bitters. Cordials, AXiS, FORBES., AEffB CXGAKS, Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. GEO. W. CHAPIN & GO., Lower side of Plaza, near Clay st., SAN FRANCISCO. CLARK'S THE CHEAPEST AND BEST ARTICLE « For* Marking Linen. For sale by the gross, at 805 Montgomery street, Room No. 2, San Francisco. eb22 W. HOLT. NOTtOB. B. S. GRAY WOULD rdipeot fully Inform the public, that lift U-pft- pareA to perform all services pertaiblng to the interment of deceased pers ns. He Will attend to the laying oat of bodies, arranging for funerals, furnish badges, gloves, etc., if requested. Any orders left at his residence, New High Street, near the Catholic Church, or at htsstor*^ on Main Street, opposite the New Market, Will he promptly atteuded to. a^-N. B,—All orders for DIGGtKG GRAVES, must be left at the earliest moment possible. ob Angeles, June 1*3,1803* EMPLOYMENT OFFICE AND GENERAL^AGENCY. Furnish all kinds of help for Families, Hotels, Farmers, Mining Companies, Mills, Factories, Shops 4c. Also, have a Real Estate Agency, and attend to business in that line. Ieb22 FOR San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, San £edro and San Diego. ON and alter the first of April, and until further notice, the steamship _m. SENATOR, Will Make t*o trips per month on the Southern Coast, leaving Broadway Wharf, On the 3d and 18th of each Month A* 9 o'clock, a. m. J3P~ Bills of Lading will be furnished by (he Purser on board. For freight or pnssnge apply on board, or at tbe office of S. J. Heusley, cortler of Front and Jackson streets. dec9 S. J. HfiNSLBY, President. LEMON TREES FOR SALE. The subscriber Mow offers FOR SALE 3aaa DWARF LEMOtf TREES, one »\y\/VJ year old, which will commence bearing in two years time; tbis Iruit tree cannot be procured iu any other portion of this State, and its truly remarkable productiveness recommends it to general cultivation, needing no fnore land, norgreater care for its cultivation than the ordinary Calilornia grape vine, the net income is at lean TEN-FOLD MORE THAN THAT DERIVED from the cultivation of AMY OTHER FRUIT. Whilst the market can never be overstocked with lemons, the owner of every garden should at leasi bave a sufficient number of this choice fruit for his own consumption. NoW ig the time to transplant them. 2&-F1RST COME, FIRST BERVBD.'m, Trees neatly packed for transportation and full directions given for tbeir cultivation. SAMUEL, ARBUCltLE, Los Angeles, December 9th. 1863. Bancroft's Hfflap ofthe Pacific States, EMBRACING CALIFORNIA,Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Utah. Arizona, British Columbia aod Sandwich Islands. Size, 52x64 inches. Scale, 24 miles to the inch; Elegantly engraved on Copper, add colored in Counties. This great work Ie sold only by subscription. An energetic and reliable cantsser is wanted fof Los Angeles. Apply to . B S.HELtMAfc, ju4 6m General Agent for thu donnty MiVER AGAIJY. Broken is th golden chord, Severed tbe silken tiel Never again will tbe old days come, Darling, to you aDd I. . Dead tbe beautiful past I Scattered around its bier Pale thoughts lie thick and memories. Of days tbat were bo dear. Memories!—(old them np— Lay them sacred by. What avails it to dream of tbe past? The future ior you and I! Broken the silken obord, Severed the golden chain, Linking us with the beautiful days That never can come again. [Froth the Illustrated London News.] Mr. Cbase, the AmeHcan Finance Minister, tilay have bis own private ideas as to tbe state of tbe war—we know that Finance Ministers bave occasional crotchets—but it is very difficult for a person wbo does not read telegrams in a non-natural sense to coincide with tbat gentleman in tbe statement tbat tbe oohlederates are vanquished, or as he puts it, that "tbe rebellion is virtually crushed." That he intends it shall be, if possible, is Conceivable, although the tortuous course several leading politicians in tbe North makes it almost dangerous to assert positively that they desire anything except a continuance of tbe state of things that keeps them in office and enriches tbe most worthless, greedy, aod ignorant part of the mercantile community. But, assuming tbat Mr. Cbase would like to see President Davis and Mr. Benjamin in La Fayette, and tbe South electing members to be sent to Washington under escort with orders to shoot a deserting legislator, we can justify his declaration only upon tbe principles of our courts of equity—namely, tbat a man- is held to have done tbat wbicb be intended to do. Io this sense Mr. Chase, like Tom Thumb, may be allowed to say, Rebellion 's dead, and now I'll go to breakfast. But, regarded from tbe ordinary point of view, "rebellion" does not seem to be so dead as Mr. Chase may wish it. In "Cymbeline" tbe boastful Prince Cloten says tbat his antagonist would not stand bis ground. "No" observed a conrtier, aside: "but be fled forward, and towards your face/' This is something like tbe Way in wbicb GeD. Lee is flying before the retiring Federals.— Early in the week tbe Federal organs in England were proving in the most triumphant manner that Lee bad entirely failed in all be intended to do, ol wbich tbey had much better information than either Rosecrans, or, indeed, himself, and lhat bis retreat across the Rappahannock must be held to be a throwing up of tbe sponge. But Lee seems to bave been completely in accord witb his friends bere, for the lateft news, up to tbe time at wbicb tbese lines are written, is (bat be bas again come over the river, beaten^the Federal cavalry with heavy loss, and tben advanced to attack them again. "Tbe object of tbis movement," Bays tbe New York message piteously, "is unknown." This is probable enough, but if one might hazard a guets, tbe object is not tbat of throwing down his arms and asking terms a little milder than those clerical ones which menaced two kinds ol fires to tbe Confederates and their leaders. Moreover, Longstreet has reinforced Bragg, news which must be agreeable to Gen. Meade; and It is said that tbe Confederates have made an incursion into Kentucky. Now, Mr. Chase may say tbat rebellion is dead, bnt "three great oaths (and tbe Northern clergy are so Btrong in this department that if yoa did not know they were preaching you woitld think they were swearihg) will scarcely make that believed,1' if We may quote from the adVehtufes of Parolles, a gentleman WboEe name constantly occurs to hs in connection with Feder*- el naratiVes. When we have added that two Confederate divisions had been detached from tbe front ol Chattanooga and were moving on the Federal lelt, we bate made a slight and nnneces^ saty addition to the difficulty which we seem to see In the Case of tbe great manufacturer Of greenbacks. • But wbat the Federals cannot do iu the field they certainly effect at the polling-booth. We may interlope here, by tbe way, tbe curious admission by the Federal press that the vaunted "secresy" of the ballot system lu America is all nonsense, and that the ballot is simply a machine for*enabl- ing votes to be taken "rapidly*' and with "precis- ion"—a point which will be useful to Mr, Berkeley in Uie next monologue; We proceed to allow that at certain elections, especially that one which terminated iu the signal defeat oi Mr. Vallandig- wbile to win by sucb majorities at the price wbicb tbe newspapers say has been paid—viz: tbe sending away enoUrmous bodies of soldibta frdm the army to the polls, and thereby making it easier for tbe Coufederates to beat the crippled leader of Ibe North—is a question for Mr. Lincoln himself, wbo may be supposed to know whether it is more desirable to hate a strong vote or a strong army. But, as Mr. Chase states tbat the defeat of Mr. Val- andigham will Cause "great trouble" in England. We are bound to say that this awful event bas Caused the utmost dismay here. The Queen bas returned to Windsor Castle to be near Lord Russell, the bank bas raised its rate ot discount, Admiral Fit2oy has ordered the top cone to be hoisted at the summit of the storm-drum, atid tile porpoise at the Zoological Gardens lias died of grief and fear. Iu the interest of truth we freely, and at the expense ofour national character for courage, present these fUBtB to the Federal newspapers which have based arguments against us upon Incidents far lees referrable to the matters with Which tbe ingenious scribes have linked them. As for the Russo-Yankee alliance^ the subject is too terrible for calm contemplation. The speeches at the New York banquet bave been indorsed by a Moscow journal, which states that the Russian fleet had been sent to America in order to be ready to menace the commerce of France and England in the event of hostilities. Wefian only be pleased with the modesty wbich limits the menace to tbe mercantile marine, and does not presusnu to say tbat the Russian fleet has the slightest idea of coming into collision with our ships Of war or the Emperor's. Tbe Sebastopol lessou has not been given in vaint and the Russian Minister of Mariue has arrived at the discovery that the prine object cf a ship is not the being sunk with expidilion. But it will be time enough to talk about this sort of thing when hostilities do breakout; and then, as we have a few vessels in the Western waters, it will be for the commanders on those stations to decide which ship he can best orders. We bave belore us at this moment thd record of a case that hats scarcely a parallel in all history. It occurred in Pettis county. A Mr, E , than whotb a better of quieter mad did hot live, a Christian gentleman, with a lovely family around him ofBdns and a daughter, a toad Of- wealth owning a large number of slates—uiis mad thought it was never asserted that be was disloyal to the extent of being a rebel, yet he was accused ol being a Copperhead. Fdr this crime, and no Other, tbe Radicals 6offlA menced a system of persecution against bim which ended in tbe utter and lasting ruin ot his family; They first searched bis house for arms, and (they were enrolled militia tben) insulted the vYomen iti a most dastardly and cowardly manner. This search Was Often repeated and never without being accompanied by robbery. Tbey next stole fronl this man four or five hundred mules and horses, and when tbey bad done this tbey cards' to his house aDd commanded Mr. E , to go along witb theft. When a little way from the house, they deliberately shot bim dead. These persecutions continuing, the sons fled from home, ia terror of their lives. The negroes were taken off and sold to tbe Kansas Red Legs, and by them sold to tbe Cherokee Indians and by tbem to the Texans; But wbeb ali these crUel and iofamsus acts had been committed, they did not stop. Day after flajf 'bey Visited this deV'oted house, demanding always a meal of victuals, and rewarding the widow lady by insulls. They ordered her to bring Irom tha cellar her preserved fruits, which they da9hed Upon tbe floor in the parlor, and tbed bedabbled tha whale house by walking through it. One took an ax and hewed the piano id pieces. In her agony the poor woman appealed to the leader, that inas' much aBthoy had taken from her ber all, it Would be an Act of pity to kill ber, thus fittingly to com' plete tbe tragedy ; to which sbe received in reply only a sneer. Diamonds and Shoddy, The independent, Beecher's paper, sbSifS (Hat, spare to tow the Russian fleet into Portsmouth, to I since the beginoiDg of the War, (bote diamonds be refitted for her Majesty. Englishmen are the last people to swagger, but a menace from Russia on the seas is almost too ludicrous. The hen In the fable, who insisted on swimming because she had wiugs and feathers like ducks, aud urged tbat— If my beak ia pointed, and their beaks are round Is that any reason Why I should be drowned? but came to grief, notwithstanding this irrefragable statement, is the only illustration that occurs to us ol Russia taking command of the seas. We hold her myriads of whiskered Paudours and of fierce Hussars in due respect, and we uuaffectedly admire tbe courage of her soldiers; but she is not to use Mr. Lincoln's elegant image, "webfooted," and we are. Leaving Mr. Cbase and his peculiar views of death, and the terrible alliance between the Czar Lincoln aud the President Alexander, we must note tbat the South has been taking action in a way which Mr. Benjamin has justified at enormous length, and whicb really does seem to retjuife. a good deal of defending. The South has pressed —observe—pressed, a great many subjects of the Queen and of the Emperor ofthe French into the Confederate ranks. < Thi^act is notoriously an offence against us and tbe French. But, as we do not as yet recognize the authority which hassanc- tioned it, we have no one to remonstrate with, ex cept that, by Mr. Chase's logic, We should have a right to demand satisfaction of Mr. Lincoln, ruler of the South as well as tbe North. No, we have not done this; and, as our Consuls and tbose of the French bave advised tbe pressed men not to slaughter Mr. Lincoln's soldiers, but to throw down their arms, Mr. Davis has ordered the Consuls to leave the Southern Confederacy directly. These gentlemen are accredited to President Liu- coln, not to Mr. Davis, of course, and can be thrust out only by the strong arm. The act may be justified by those wbo lay no claim to impartiality, bbt il appears to be a vicioUs consequence of a vicious beginning- But, as in case of tbe "preset ing," to whom is Earl Russell to appeal? Mr Lincoln is not chargeable wilh the blame, and we do not know any person of the name of Davis at present, though be is most anxious for the introduction, Of course, il we pleased, we could, with the full concurrence of Washington, reinforce tbe beseigers of Charleston, and serve out a little Japan justice; but we apprebend tbat Eatl Russell will not see bis way to tbis adaption of our Oriental habits, though the sjases are curiously alike, and the Mikado Lfncoln bas no more command over Prince Datis than the spiritual Japanese Emperor bas over President Satzuma. We imagine tbat the consuls will remoVC; ahd the matter be left in abeyance until larger matters are settled. Under this administration Slate rights bate be come State rites, and the people are all lnviWd to bam, tha Government has Obtained Vlotorles of a 4«end the funeral, 1 ™y compleU nature. Whether it ie quits worth [From the Buffalo Courier.] Terrible Atrocities—Tiie Radicals In Missouri ' There is not a worse or more desperate olase ol 'men on earth than tbe Radicals of Missouri. Fiom every source there comes the same report Conoer=- ning the ehatactef os those men—the ajrociiy of their doings, their desperation, their lying duplicity, even amid the plainest and most positive evidences touching matters of difference between them and their oppoDents. Connecting tneniselves( in many instances, wilh the enrolled militia, they first sought to control tbat organisation throughout the State, and make it subservient to their own purposes. Having officered the regiments and companies aud filled tbe ranks with men of their own ilk, tbey perpetrated, under tbe guise and pretense of lojalty, the most fiendish acts Upon nnoffensive citizens of tbat State, of robbery, pillage, arson, and nol stopping at murder. Men bave been accused of being '-Copperheads,' and over and otei again have suffered death upon this un- proven charge. In very many portions of the State these rfcdi= cals—assuming to bd "all the loyalty in MlsaoUrl*' —have persecuted peaceable eltizens until tbey actually drove them Out in many instances this bas been done by out enrolled militia, in defiance of the most explicit orders of Governor Gamble, by men holding commissions from him who have not scrupled to defy his authority and disregard his add unset gems have been imported into tba United States than ever before ' during the same period Of time; In 1862, diamonds were imported to ttie value $188,821 j add; ddring the first quarter of thfi present year, they were imported to IH8 value of $69,246. Diamonds increased the second year of tbis war four-fold, and the third year will double lhat. The soulless snob Wbo edits tbe Independent closes bis article by offering to bet tbat do diamonds hate been imported Into tho South during this period. Perhaps not. Be it said to their Credit and our shame—for it is only by robbery and plunder tbat the shoddy thieves of the Abolition party have been enabled to Indulge in such snobbish extravagance. This extra Inn portation of diamonds and all accompanying ex- travagance of tbe Abolition war, bave cost a million of lives. It has made half a million of Widows, and two millions of orphans, tt has soaked the hand ib blood,aod demonized the datlod, so tbat it has become the horror of the civilized world. Tbe brutal shoddy thieteS shake their ill- gotten diamonds in vain. Their is blood upon them 1 They bave ceased to be a sign of respectability. They Catry with them an inevitable suspicion of vulgarity, tbe class of men and women that wear diamonds now never wore them befofft. Tbey adorn their new wearers as jewels do a hog's snout. In tbe scale of respectability, Lincoln has made diamonds as cheap, and common, and vulgar as his shiDplasters. Tbe result is tbat people of real sespectability are gradually leaving them Off; A lady Cannot now go into public, where she is not known, heavily loaded with diamonds, without drawing npod herself suspicion of heitsg the Wife or mistress'of a shoddy contractor, or some other yulgar supporter of the negro equalizing Administration at Washington, For tbis reason there are many ladies of New York, Philadelphia aod we presume of other cities, who have not worn tbefsf diamonds for tbe last year and a-half. Tbe Washington papers, a few weeks ago, reported the instance of a woman being found in a state o* beastly intoxication,'ifl the streets, with ten thousand dollars worth of diamonds on her person, Tbis is tbe respectability of Washington under the rule of shoddy. Diamonds, like tbe lustre of our Country's fame, hate become dim under tbe joint reign of Abolition and vulgarity, The moralsand manners ofthe Loyal Leaguers are ragged and filthy, as their personB are bright with glitter of diamonds. 0, boastj of your ill-gotteh riches! Hold up your diamonds high, that all tbe World may See tbe signs of your prostitution and theft I Publish your shame as you do your ignorance and vulgarity i Wear your precious stones, and wear your.disgrace I You have not deceived the AI= mighty, nor can you escape His chastisements, God bas already Written yonr blstory in the rise and fall of tour great antitype, Nebuchadnezzars the besotted ruler of tbat other Babylon, Behold bim boasting ol his riches in tbe midst of the gluttony aud debauchejy ol his diamond-studded palace ! Behold bim also driven out oi the possession of all his ill-gotten spleddor,and made toeatgrasri with the beasiB of the field I That is God's method with tbe like of you, 0 ye lunatic devotees of negroes and diamonds.—N". Y. Day Book. A Sailor in Chcrch.—An old salt who had been on a bender, had got what might be termed sublimely mystified, by his frequent imbibing ot tbe "critter." Staggering along (he street, be thought to go to the theater and pass the remainder ol the evening. Following, some men whom be thought bound on tbe same Voyage, be found himself id wbat be took to be the pit but it hap-> peded to be a meeting-house. The minister was preaching from the text Wherein is mentioned the sheep and goat, and in order to make ad impretf sion upon bis oongregatiod, be pnt the significant question, ^Who would wish to be a goat V' and paused, and then, with still greater emphflsisj asked, "Who will be a goat p' Oar tipsy sailor could not brook the delay, and at once responded, •'As nobody else Will Be it, I'll be tbe (hie) goat * rather (bio) than the play should stop," VJ CO co ,_ CO CM o CO o> CM T- CO CM 1^- CM _ CO CM o T-~ in — CM — ■* CM a> co CM CM CM 0) — O CM Oi ,_ —< CO r--_ r~ CD T~ CO in -*— —
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 13, no. 38, January 23, 1864|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "A nations' hope", "Never again", "From the Illustrated London News. Mr. Chase, the American Finance Minister ...", [col.4] "Terrible atrocities -- the radicals in Missouri", [col.5] "Diamonds and shoddy", "A sailor in church"; [p.2]: [col.1] "Gen. Wright to be superseded", [col.2] "The spoils", " 'Patriotism' ", "The weather", "Cattle dying", [col.3] "County Court -- January Term -- Wm. G. Dryden, Judge", "Probate Court -- Hon. Wm. G. Dryden, Judge", "Legislative proceedings", [col.4] "Will the rebellion cease when the rebels armies are destroyed?", "Have they died in vain?", "General Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson", [col.5] "Eastern intelligence"; [p.3]: [col.1] "Abolition statesmanship", "The next President", [col.2] "Summons", [col.4] "In the Probation Court of the County of San Bernardino, State of California", "Summons", [p.4]: [col.1] "Dreadful love affairs", "Writing on the sand", "Eastern intelligence".|
|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 1864-01-17/1864-01-29|
|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. 13, no. 38, January 23, 1864|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m509|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Filename||STAR_983~1; STAR_983~2; STAR_983~3; STAR_983~4|
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LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUEBAY, JAKTJABY 23, 1864.
&o$ 2lngek0 0tar:
PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY SlORNINtJ,
At the STAR BUILDINGS, Spring Street., Lou
bi h. ttAinfros,
Subserip tions. per annum, in advance. .$5 00
For Six MonthB t.... 3 00
IPor Three Months ...i.. 2 00
Single Number , ,. 0 l2i
Advertisements inserted at Two Dollars per square
often lines, for the first insertion; and One
Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion.
A liberal deduction made to yearly Advertisers.
Ban Francisco Agency.
mt.G. A, CR \NB is the only authorised agent
lot the Los Anqeles Stir in San Francisco.
All orders left at his office, Northwest oorner of
Washington and Sansome streets. Government
Uilding, (up stairs) will be promptly attended to.'
HUT E Sb-S^
A. B. CHAPMAN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
OFFICE in Temple's Building, near the land
J. M. HEIXMAtf,
Next to Corbitt