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T^i w«itt, x»»mon (ni Ill 4tt S« !« Bin in IM ID •••■•• I» i pattern... m " IM 2tt I» > IM -■ IB SM >s IM Ill th for SK JM !M SlU SM .../i» I in ; IM I, (English), id steel engrav IH r or menthlj Ill thly parts... IM IM man) „St 1 ...Id I ..IIS I .'...J, „it) .arts IN ;,.|» j IM ,Jra| scher'spaper II ...Ill IH in .....': T..:Sin ...^n !d. each IM rial cf Com- IM Post, each.. IM| nt free of expemi Slmgefe VOL. XIII. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUEDAY, APRIL 30, 1864. NO. 52. &ob %n%titB Star:' PUBLISHBD EVERT SATURDAY HORNING, At the STAB BUILDINGS, Spring Street, Loo Angeles, BY ii. Hamilton. Susinm €mh. TERMS: Subscriptions. per annum, in advance.. $6 00 For Sis .Months .iv. 3 00 For Three Months.. 2 00 Single Number 0 121 Advertisements inserted at Two Dollars persquare often lines, for the first insertion; and One Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion, A liberal deduction made to yearly Advertisers. San Km net sco Agency. Mr. W. H. TOBBEY is the only authorised agent for the Log Angeles Star in San Francisco. All orders left at his offioe, Northwest corner of Washington and Sansome streets, Government nildiug, (up stairs) will be promptly attended to. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, Carefully repaired and warranted, at S. HELL- MAN'S BOOK STORE, No_B Temple's Block, Main street. Ieb27. j A#'<C. RUSSELL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, OFFICE—In the "STAR" BUILDING. Spring street, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, Jan. 16th, 1864. tf. | From tbe Philadelphia Saturday Mercury.] There', no mistake In that Tune.—"There's nae Luck about the House." HOTSESL.S. BELLA UNION HOTEL, LOS ANGELES. JOHN KING & HENRY HAMMEL, Proprietors. THE SUBSCRIBERS having leaned the above named Hotel, wish to assure their friends and the travelling publio that they will endeavor to keep the Bella Uuion what it has always been, THE BEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Families can 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 io and frora Los Angeles arrive at aud depart from this Hotel. The Bar and Billiard Saloons shall receive the most strict attention, and tbe patrons shall find that this house will be carried on as a firBt class Hotel otisrht to be. Los Angeles, May 31. 1862. WILLOW GA0VE HOUSE. J. J. MURPHY, PROPRIETOR. THE SUBSCRIBER having leased Ihe above house, wishes to assure his friends and tbe traveling public, that he will endeavor to keep the WILLOW GROVE HOUari A FIRST CLASS HOTEL.. This House is half a mile East of the Town of L'-xingtou, on the main road to tbe Colorado River. Families can be accommodated with large room*. as Ihe above House has been newly furnished and well ventilated. Tbe bar is well supplied'with the be»fof LIQUORS and CIGARS. Attached to the Hotel is a large STABLE and O.ow*l. where the best of HAY. B/tRLEY and CORN is kept for sale and feed. This is the only place where there is plenty of water. J. J. MUHPIIY. Et Month, Oct. 25. 186S. oe.t31-tf EL MONTE HOTEL. THIS HOTEL, newly opened, in the prin- pwpal place of business in EL MONTE, is ilesiBnedftothe ACCOMMODATION of I'M TRAVELERS on the road from Los Angeles iu Sau Bernardino and tbe Colorado River. Animals are well taken care of at the STABLE AWD HA7-TASD, Which is ahundantly supplied with WATER. and wbere FEED can always be obtained oa reasonable terms. J. W. EVANS, AI. P. tLUlSIJV. El Monte, Sept. 28, 1863. AMERICAN EXCHANGE. Cor. Sansome and Halleck Streets (OPPOSITE THE AMERICAN THEATRE,) SAN FRANCISCO. THE tJNDKRSIGNED respectfully informs the Traveling Public, as well as the more permanent Boarder, that he has leaned the above well known and centrally located Hotel, and intends keeping it as A FIRST-CL-ASS HOUSE, At Moderate Prices* In the last three months tnere has been expended a »rge amount in Re-modeling and Re-furnlalfetng, the EXCHANGE, and it will now compare favorably with tie first class hotels of the city. WE HAVE SPLENDID SUITS OP APARTMENTS * for Families; also a large number of fine single rooms for gantlem-ea. It is the purpose of the Proprietor to make the FX- HANGE <w_« of the most comfortable aud home-like oteli in the State, and make the Prices to Suit the Times.. the: table Will be supplied with every delicacy the season affords. Attached to the house are fine BATHING BOOMS for Ladles or Gentlemen. JOHN It. SARGENT, Proprietor. NOTICE. B. S. GRAY WOULD respectfully inform the public, that he is pre pared to perform all services pertaining to the interment of deceased pers na. He will attend to the laying out of bodies, arranging far funerals, furnish badges* I loves, etc., if requested. Any orders left at his residence, New High Street, near the Catholic Chureh. oc at hiss tor*, on Kaia Street, opposite the New Market, will be prompt- \j atteuded to. WN. B.—All order* for DIGGING GRAVES, miurt be Wt at lithe earliest moment possible. Los Angeles, June 13,1863. CLARK'S INDELIBLEJENCILS. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST ARTICLE For Marking Linen. For sale by the gross, at 30S Montgomery street, Room No. 2, San Francisco. «b21 vr. HOLT. GEORGE H. HOWARD, 2DENTTIST, TEMPLE'S BLOCK, ENTRANCE on MAIN and SPRlMGiSts. Los Angeles, Jan. 30,th, 1864. 2m. A. B. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OFFICE in Temple's Building, near the Land Office. au«29 S. HELLMAN, TEMPLE'S BLOCK, MAIN STREET, Log Angelea, —DEALER IN — nooks and Stationery, CI gun, Tobacco, Candy,' Cutlery and Fancy Goods, Sic. CIRCIJLATINQ LIBRARY. GARDEN SEEDS. DR. J. C. WELSH, PHYSICIAN ANDS.URGEON, Office, CITY DRUG STORE, Main street, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9 to 12, h ; 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, Los Angeles. 1 62 PHINEAS BANNINC, FORWARDING and COMMISSION AGENT, New San Pedro and Los Angeles. T0MLIN80N 4 0©< FORWARDING AND COMMISSION LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO. aprll-1863. WM. M. BUFFUM, (SUCCESSOR TO GEO. THACHER & COt) — Wholesale and Retail Dealer In — WINES AiS U0U0R8, Syrups, Bitters, Cordials, ALE, PORTER, AND CIGARS, Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. ♦ GEO. W. GHAPIN & CO., Lower side of Plaza, near Clay st., SAN FRANCISCO. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE AND GENERAL_AGENCY. Furnish all kinds- of help for Families, Hotels, Farmers, Mining Companies, Mills, Factories, Shops ic. Also, have a Real Estate Agency, and attend to business in that line. feb24 Aug. Stcermer ^^ GUNSMITH, MAIN STREET, Opposite tbe BELLA UNION HOTEL. —DEALER IN— SHOT GUNS, RIFLES & PISTOLS. • —ALSO,— In Gun Isfaterials and Sporting Implements. Also, CAPS, POWDER, &c. &c. SHOT GUNS AND RIFLES RESTOCKED. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Ail work done in a workmanlike manner, and guaranteed. TERM SI. CASH. to Notice to Creditors. Entnteof CONCEPCION JE. PENOLETOiV, DC censed* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned, Executor of the above named estate to the creditors of, and all persons having claims Against said deceased, to exhibit tbe same witb tbe necessary vouchers, witbin ten months Irom tbe first publication of tbis notice, to the undersigned at his office in San Diego, County of San Diego, California. Geo. A. PENDLETON, Executor. ( Sta Diego, April 2d, 1864. «pr9-4w. J Some years ago no debt* we owed, Small taxes bad to pay; But now we whistle to tbe tune Of millions every day ; For taxes all our pockets drain As dry as any vat. And are up to the eyes in debt— There's no mistake in that. m . Chorus. For rogues have now tbe upper band, And knaves are getting fat, But workingmen must pay lor all— There's no mistake in thai. All of yon know, for years ago, Before tbis war began, We all could buy our winter coal For two an a balf a ton, And had good Ores to warm our shins, As hy tbe stove we sat, But must to day ten dallars pay— There's no mistake in tbat. Chords—For rogues bave, &o. Provisions, too, were very cheap, And houses moderate rent. Belore sbioplasleis were in vogue, Worth sixty-two per cent. Prime beef was but ten cents per pound, No matter lean or (at, But now it's up to twenty-five— There's no mistake in tbat. Chords—For rogues bave, &o. Five hundred thousand more poor men, By tbe Conscrlptiou law, Are, from tbe Lottery-Box of Death, Compelled tbeir names to draw, While tbose tbat first began tbe war, And wear a broad-brimmed bat, Escape the draft because tbey are rich— There's no mistake in tbat. Chorus—For rogues bave, &c. From Father Abraham's bosom now. Tbe Shoddy ties all bray, And freely swear tbat black is white, .. Providing it will pay. But rascals will not always reign, For some day, tit tor tat, Will be returned, witb interest too— There's no mistake io tbat. Chorus—For rogues have, &o. What bas caused our taxes, debt, O'erwbelmed ue with distress, Suppressed lr_s speech, brouhgl on tbe draft, As well as gagged tbe Press. Tbe Union broke, made brothers fight, An fierce as dog and cat ? The CANTING ABOLITIONISTS— There's no mistake in tbat. Chorus—For roguea have, &o. "United States debt. New Orleans, Feb. 29j 1864. To the Editor of The New York J\lews. I inolose you Gov.'Allen's address to the citizens oi New Orleans. address of gov. allen. Executive Office, Shrkvepobt, La., ) January 30, 1864. ) To the citizens of New Orleans, I greet you as Governor ol Louisiana. Your trials and troubles aro well known and your patriotic conduot fully appreciated by the Executive ol your State. Do not be despondent. Do not despair ; but rather let the fires of patriotism burn brightly at every fireside, for in a few short months you shall be Iree. You have been despoiled and robbed,- and basely insulted. Every indignity tbat a brutal, unprincipled and vindicative foe could invent bas been heaped upon you. Bear your persecutions as did your fathers before you and nerve your hearts for the comming hour. Our people are flocking to the army in every direction, and when tbe Spring campaign opens half a million of gallant Confederate Boldiers will strike for liberty and independence. Citizens of New Orleans 1 Be true to yourselves, and. your State will be true to you. Spurn all propositions for compromises of any kind—spit upon tbe insulting proposal for bastard State Government. Keep your own councils—do your duty and bide yonr time—you shall be free. Tbe hated tyrants wbo lord it over you now—who daily insult you without remorse, and rob you without sbame—these accprsed villains—this crew of thieves and murderers, will yet receive their reward. Ladies of New Orleans, God Almighty bless you and sustain you in all your trials—may Heaven guard aud protect you. "When tbe Spring time comes, gentle Ladies," you will see tbe "gray coats" again, aad tben you shall welcome back to New Orleans the sons and daughters of Louisiana. You are the treasure of earth. Ob! be not weary in well doing!—cheer'up the desponding. Be kind to our prisoners who are languishing in tbe wretched cells of the enemy. You will receive ibe undying gratitude of your country, and In Heaven above will be crowned among tbe angels of Ihe living God. Henry W. Allen. Gov. State of Louisiana. —-♦*-* — Fob Sale.—The following articles will be sold cheap, the owners having no farther use for them. Tbey will be found very useful for young republios about commencing business; The Monroe Doctrine this is as good as new, having never been used ; the Constitution of the United States—to be sold very cheap in consequence of having gone out of fashion ; complete apparatus for making coin— useless to tbe owners in consequence ot tbe invention of greenbacks ; a large quantity *A Greek Fire—tbe young Napoleon of the Westaud a number of otber generals, and a great variety of otber articles too numerous to mention. Apply to Messrs. Lincoln, Seward and Cbase, general brok era and commission (Brigadier general) agents, Washington. It is stated that tbe commerce of tbe world requires 3,600,009 men to be constantly traversing tbe sea. Tbe amount of property annually moved on the water is from $1,500,000,000 to $2,000,- 000; aod tbe amount lost by casualties of the sea is said to average £25.000,000 • year. What "Copperheads'" Have Dove.—The democratic counties hare furnished nearly sixteen thousand more men for tbe war than tbe Jacobin counties in otber words Egypt ie ahead of Jades. —Chester, (IU.) Picket Guard. Kecom- A War of Ferocious Retalllatlon mended. Perhaps tbe people—perhaps even tbe Government of tbe confederate States—are now at length awakened to the true nature of the struggle in progress. We have been in tbe habit of regarding it as a war between nations ; our enemies bave all along looked upon a "mutinous crew." Tbe means by which tbeir soldiers are desired to "write tbeir names In Ineffaceable letters off the hearts of tbeir countrymen," are by rushing at night upon a populous oity, burning it down with turpentine aud oakum "in soaked balls ;" turning loose some thousands of rufian prisoners, brutalized to tbe deepest degree by acquantance witb every horror of war, who bave been confined on an island for a year, far from all means of Indulging tbeir strong sensual appetites—inviting tbis pandemonium to work their will on the unarmed citizenzs, on tbe women, gentle and simple, ot Richmond, and on all their property—in a word, to sack with tbe usual accompaniments, attending tbat operation—to kill Jeff. Davis and his mutinous crew, and Slip away as tbey came. To burn not only bouses and bridges, but everything else wbich might be of use to tbe "rebels," barns, boats, stores and provisions, and to slaughter all horses and cattle which they could not carry away with tbem. * Tbe result indeed, of this tremendous intention of ravage and butchery were contemptible. The "picked command, selected from the brigades and regiments" for tbe theiviog and murdering expedition, was not quite up to the mark ; "the braves wbo were to have-swept through Richmond" were very easily swept away from before Richmond ; turpentine, instead of biasing and flaming in our dwellings, aDd amid terrified women and children, as was expected, had to be thrown into the Pam- unky for tbe present, Nevertheless, the minute programme of that piece of business cannot fail to be instructive. After our Government has existed for three years, and has all that time maintained large armies to meet and baffle tbeir far greater armies iu fair fight on tbe field, they think it still an allowable, nay a virtuous and glorious proceeding, lo steal upon our chief magistrate and bis Cabinet in tbeir beds, and, after burning their houses to bang them up on the next tree, just as the French In Algiers would do to a Ruble chief and bis encampment in the desert, or tbe Engliih in India to some Nena Sahib or Ghoorka marauder. Now—it is aB well to look our position straight in the face—we are barbarians in ihe eyes of our enemies. Our way of life is according to the dictum of one of these philosophers, "the sum of all barbarism." Against us, everything is fair. We also, though we bave newspapers and orators, and a certain command of tbe English language, are" yet so hemmed in, for tbe present, by blockading, fleets and armies, tbat our protest if we attempt any, dies away ia silence teo. It is tbe simple fact, let us take it as we will, tbat tbose enemies against whom we fondly believe we are waging au honorable war, as nation against nation, are carrying on tbe very same sort of warfare tbat English armies think good enough for revolted Sepoys and mutinous bill tribes. If tbey can surprise, by any sort ol artifice our kraal of Richmond, and deliver it over to tbe mercy of their troops, and bold io it one good carnival of lust and rapine, tbey will write tbeir nafnes in imperishable letters on the hearts of tbeir countrymen. Tbis situation of affairs was always well known to us; but it was doubted or denied by many Confederates of feeble brain. Do they believe it now, understand it now tbat we bave it under the band of Federal officers charges with the task of breaking up this "hateful" den of Richmond, burning and robbing our bouses, stripping and violating the virtues and often refined Christian women of this place, shooting, stabbing, banging the highest civil officers of tbe law, and maesacreing indiscriminately the population. Tbis is a wholesome kind of reflection of our own countrymen. We believe it will sting tbem. We think it highly probable that tbey will peremptorily demand of tbeir government some practical, unmistakable assertion of our full determination to be treated as honorable enemies and civilized people. And that—some may ask—what tbeu wonld you have our government to do 1 Turn tbe war into a war of extermination? Certainly, certainly : it is already a war of extermination, of indiscriminate slaughter and plunder on tbe part of our enemies. Tbeir sparing tbe lives of prisoners, and occasional exchanges, form but a temporary suspension of the rule, necessitated by our holding prisoners also; but the true snimns, the authentic Yankee theory of the war is manifest in the actual proceedings of our enemy wherever be bas tbe power, and especially and most signally, in this code of instructions for sack aa massacre in Richmond. Our Government owes It to its own army and to Its own people, if it cannot at tbe moment retaliate Bucb atrocities in kind, at least to bring to condign punishment the robbers who in the guise of soldiers aod under] pretense of war, bave been caught lurking about Ricbmond with their oakum bails and turpentine, and their written programme for murdering tbe Cblef Magistrate and setting fire to all tbe houses till tbe oity is burnt in a hundred places at once, and tben inviting eight thousand blood thirsty, lustful ruffians to gut tbe blazing mansions, rape their mistress, and knock tbe masters in tbe bead in tbe dreadful confusion. But if we hang these wretches then tbe enemy will select an equal number for the gallows ? Not while we bold sixteen thousand hostages. Bul if we shrink from tbat tbere Is another alternative, and the only one lift as—banging and massacre all oo one side. We ean choose between the two; other choice there is none. Tbe eau de vie ot tbe French is common white brandy, distilled from wine. When does a farmer act witb great cruelty to his corn? When be pulls its ears. Tbe United States revenue from Colorado, tbs past year amounts to more than $52,000. Why is anything reconsidered accounted profitable ? Because It is considered a gain. Wby is a bad shot like an amusing fellow ? Because he's the boy lo keep tbe game alive. Punch says.a secret warranted to keep in any climate is a woman's age. Tbe young lady wbo "toll dead—in love with a young man," revived on being asked to name tbe day. All beautiful things, woman not excepted, have permission, in proportion lo,their beauty, to b« otherwise useless, It Is a most mortifying reflection of any man to consider what be has done, compared to what he might have done. II Is asserted lhat the gold customs of February, at New York, will probably be over $5,700,000, with only $3,000,000 to pay out. A man advertises for competent persons to undertake the sale of a new medicine, aod adds that It will be "profitable to tbe undertaker." If a very rich old lady is dangerously ill, ber dutiful relatives are sure to remember tbat age and disease entitle one to every possible attention. At a Printers'festival the following sentiment' was offered; "Printers' wives—'May they always bave plenty of small caps for tbeir little original articles." "My name is Somerset. I am a miserable bachelor. I cannot marry; and how couldl prevail on a young lady, possessed of tbe slightest notions of modesty to turn a somerset." A youg young lady out West, who lately collided with an ice-bound sidewalk, remarked, as sbs assumed a perpendicular position: "I'll have s> man to bang on before next Winter." I should think that tbese omnibus wheels would be fatigued after running all day, Sam. Well, yds, replied Sam, taking a squint at tbem, they do appear to be "tired." At a concert, recently, at the conclusion of tho well known song, "There's a good time coming," a country farmer got up and exclaimed: "Mister, you couldn't fix tbe date, could you 1 Tetotalism forbids a man to touch anything that can intoxicate—except a pretty girl's lips. You may taste tbat article, after signing tbe pledge, If you'll only do it discreetly and witb moderation. A negro soldier by the name of Cteser Hall, al Camp Grapevine, New Haven, lately run his bayonet into a while soldier by the Dame Bowers.— Tbe next morninfi he was promoted to the rank of Corporal. A debating society out West is debating ths question whether it would be disloyal for a pistol to go off at a Provost Marshal's head when ho is trying to arrest a xan without due process at law. A sutler of tbe Potomac Army informs tbe editor of a New York paper that not one in ten of tbo negroes in the federal lines came of their own will; they were forced away from their homes at tho point of Lincoln's bayonets. Horace Greeley, the President maker, is out squarely against tho renomioation of Lincoln.— Uncle Abe will bave to look sharp or Horace will beat him with some "Woolly Horse" or "Grasshopper Soup" candidate. A genius out West haB just patented a machine for making chesnnts of sweet potatoes. Ho is a brother to tbe old gentleman wbo put bandies to prickly pears and tben sold tbem for currycombs. There is a young man in Cincinnati who is so modest that he will not "embrace an opportunity." He would make a good mate for the lady who fainted when she heard df the sakedtruth. One of onr Western villages passe an ordinance forbidding taqerns to Bell liquor ou Sundays to any persons except travelers. The next Sunday nearly every man in town was Been walking around With a carpet sack in one band and a cane in the other—all very thirsty. A certain preacher at Appleton, Wis., in a sermon, made the following comparison in disecting tbe miser: ''The soul of a miser is so shrivelled, tbat it would have more room to play in a grain of mustard seed, than a bull frog would in Laks Michigan." An ecoentric preacher seeing a fly light upon his bible, improved the occasion as follows: Ye godless sinners, ye shall all be damned, every one of yon, as snre as I shall catch tbat fly. Here he made a swoop with his hand, and thought be bad caught it; opening eaoh finger slowly till tba last, be found it was not there and eaid: "By book* ey I've missed it 1 Tbere a chance for ye sinful rag muffins yet."" % A gentleman was going out one day In his carriage, to call witb faia wife, when he discovered that be bad left bia visiting cards. He ordered Ms footman wbo bad recently come into bis service, to go to the mantle piece in tbe sitting room and bring tiie cards be should see there. Tbe servsut did as be was ordered, retaining the articles to be used as directed and off started tbe gentleman, sending In tbe footman with cards whenever "not at home" occured. As tbese were very numerous, he turned to the footman with the question— "How many cards have you left!" "Well, sir," said tbe footman, very innocently, there's tbe king of spades, tbe six of hearts, aud the ace ot clubs." "The duce i" exclaimed hia master. "Tint's gone," said John. ___________ c 1 CM CO *■ I 1 1 CO CM O co tn or CM *~ CO CM 1^ CM — CO CM i n O — 8 CM _ — CO CM CT>_ — CM CM t— CM O) n O CM m Mm — a> 1 fi9 -SB — ■ CO ■ it m h.__ 1 fSSf — h» I tr*£ ' 1 co 1 CO __)__ ill \\\m\\ ID — JL ■* CO ID_ — CM —
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 13, no. 52, April 30, 1864|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "There's no mistake in that", "New Orleans, Feb. 29, 1864. To the editor of The New York News", "For sale", [col.4] "A war of ferocious retalliation [sic] recommended"; [p.2]: [col.1] "The State Convention", "It is estimated that the Beast Butler's share ...", "City election", [col.2] "Organize", "Passengers", [col.3] "District Court -- Hon. Pablo de la Guerra, Judge", "Proving their faith by their works", "The ball for the benefit of the Los Angeles Water works ... was one of real social enjoyment ...", "Deputy assessor", [col.5] "Sheriff's sale"; [p.3]: [col.1] "A traveler's opinion of Uncle Abe", "The Negro question", [col.2] "Summons", [col.3] "Guardian's sale of real estate", [col.4] "Sheriff's sale", [col.5] "Sheriff's sale"; [p.4]: [col.1] "The waste of war", "A tale of horror", [col.3] "About sand hill cranes", "A mild indictment", "Wear the smile", [col.4] "A cruise after the Alabama", "An exhumed city", "Touch not my sister's picture".|
|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 1864-04-24/1864-05-06|
|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. 13, no. 52, April 30, 1864|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m523|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Repository Name||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Filename||STAR_997~1; STAR_997~2; STAR_997~3; STAR_997~4|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUEDAY, APRIL 30, 1864.
&ob %n%titB Star:'
PUBLISHBD EVERT SATURDAY HORNING,
At the STAB BUILDINGS, Spring Street, Loo
BY ii. Hamilton.
Subscriptions. per annum, in advance.. $6 00
For Sis .Months .iv. 3 00
For Three Months.. 2 00
Single Number 0 121
Advertisements inserted at Two Dollars persquare
often lines, for the first insertion; and One
Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion,
A liberal deduction made to yearly Advertisers.
San Km net sco Agency.
Mr. W. H. TOBBEY is the only authorised agent
for the Log Angeles Star in San Francisco.
All orders left at his offioe, Northwest corner of
Washington and Sansome streets, Government
nildiug, (up stairs) will be promptly attended to.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry,
Carefully repaired and warranted, at S. HELL-
MAN'S BOOK STORE, No_B Temple's Block,
Main street. Ieb27. j