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HIS SOI ' STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County of Los An jetes, f %1> the District Court of tlie Fii-st Judicial District- Benjamin D. Wilson, Plaintiff, Agustin Machado, ot al., Defendants. Aetion brought hi the District Court of the 1st Judicial District, and the complaint filed hi the city and county of Los Angeles, hi the office of the cleric of said District Court. The People of I hi- State of California at'itcl Greeting t To AfU'STIV M.\rf[AI)l), YoXAl'IO MACHA- 1)0, HAOEDONIQ AG01J IB, JRAM BARRE, Admiflt£&tor with the Will ;uuif\.-i i.f ,JL"I,K:\" .ViKUUK. <WcusspiI, ■ncFTUHAS IA1.AM LNTE3, Bxeeatoc of Off la ri Will and Testament ol FELIPE TAl.AMAN't'ES, deceased, YOU are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you hy the above named plaintiff, hi ou'r District Court of the First Judicial District, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and to anBwcr the complaint Mad therein, a certified copy of which yon are herewith served, within ten days after the service on you of this summons—if Served within this county; or if served out of this county but Within the First Judicial District, within twenty days after the service thereof; or if served out of the First Judicial District but in the State of Caltlor- nia, within forty days after the service thereof; always exclusive of the day of service ;—or judgment by default will be taken against you. The laid action is brought to obtain judgment for the vestiturc in plaintiff of the title to one undivided fourth part of tho lauds known as "La Ballona" as against you, and for tho right of entry and occupation on the same, as tenant in common of said portion thereof, and for costs and general equitable relief. And if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause your default to be entered, and apply to the Court "for the relief prayed tor in his complaint. Witness the Hon Benjamin Hayes, Judge of our District Court aforesaid, the 3d day of February. A. D.1859. [sbil] Attest: My hand and tho seal of said Court, the dav and year last above written. CIIAS. K, JOHNSON. Clerk. Per C. II. BiUNLsy, Deputy. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, J - County of Los Angeles. \ Braving road and considered the affidavit of James H. Lander herein, and it appearing therefrom that a cause of action exists against Jean Darre, administrator with the will annexed, of the estate of Julian Ab.idie, deceased, ono of the defendants in the above entitled case, and that he is a necessary and proper party to the action, it is ordered, that service ot summons in this case be made on said defendant Barre, by publication, oy publishing in the Los Air gelos Star, a newspaper printed and published in the county of Los Angeles, a copy of the summons in this case, with a copy of this order, once a wee! for three months, and that a copy of the complaint and summons be forthwith deposited in the post of fine, directed to the said defendant, Baire, at his present place of residence, as stated in the affidavit of said Lander. Thus dona at Chambers, in the city of Los Angel es, this 3d day of February, A. D. 1859. BEtfJ. HAYES, District Judge. A true copy. [l. a.J Attest: CHAS. It JOHNSON. Clerk. feb5-m3 Per 0. H. Bkini.ky, Deputy. In the matter of the Estate of Bernardo Yorba, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons havin claims against the Estate of Bernardo Yorb; deceased, to present the same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from the date hereof, to the undersigned, Executors of said Estate, at the residence of Prudencio Yorba, in Santa Ana, Los Angeles county, or the same will be forever barred, PRUDKNCIO YORBA, BAYMUNDO YORBA, LEONARDO COTA, Executors etc, Los Angeles. Dec. 24, 1858. dec25 :b"^ authority. (No. 614.] By the President of tlie United Slates. ivnsliip forty i I, eighteen, n te.t.n. and twenty, tions 0111.' to 0.\\r. .id make ku-nvn that pn*Hc ai l--!"-;..ttoned land offltfflfl in the jieriuda herHaaftto ftssfgaa At tbeLftad Office at BUMBO daVr the fourteenth day of Fet sfn of the puhllo lands litoal sliipsand part a of lowiialiips, 1 LDT, commencing od Moti- •rn.ir? n-^.t, tOt tlie dispo- ed in the following town North of the bate line and eas ( of the Humboldt meridian Sections 1 til !!') :;idii>.ive ; tli e nort.li balf, »n-l the frac- dona of the south half, south i if Eel river of Beotion ai | Tho' north hftJ utheast quarter of s I'd .hm liip -i) veil toon, of range four, sc teen. inclusive ; townships eleven and twelve, and Irac- r li.i 1 townships thirteen and fourteen, and town-ship 15, Sections 1 to 18, inclusive, of township ten ; townships eleven, twelve ami thirteen ; the east, half of section five; rf[::i™5 0, 7, S, IT, IS, ]<l, id, 21), 30, 31. and 32 i and the sou thwfist ijuai tor of thirty Hirer, of (..oWntihip fifteen, of range mix. fractional township algM; section 1 to 18, inclusive, of township Ion; townships eleven and twelve ; sections 1, two, and Ihree ; the east ball, and the southwe.Ht quarter of section four ; the southwest quarter of seven ; the southeast quarter of eight: sections nine to thirtyiive, inclusive, of township thirteen, of range seven. Fractions] tiiwiis-Jiip eight: township nine; the north east iiuiirtrr of section two; section three to nine, inclu. •fvOj tile northwest quarter of ten, sections seventeen to t Weill y-one inclu si vi>: section twenty eight to tliirty-two, inclusive, and the northwest quarter of thirty-three of township twelve. The northwest quarter of section live; sections six and seven ; the sou tflwest quarter of eight ; sections suvemeen to twenty inclusive; and the south west quarter of twenty-one; (.lie southwest quarter of twei.ty seven; section twenty-eight to thirty four, inclusive ; and the «tm i-luvcst quarter of i hi i-fv live ol" township thirteen, of raoge eight, Worth of the base line and west of the Mount Diablo meri- I'Oivnsliip twenty-four; sections one to twelve, inclusive; the northeast quarter ot thirteen; tlie northwest quarter of fourteen; sections fifteen and seventeen to twentvtsvo, todushra; the south half of twentv three; the south half ■'" I re»tj !"ILr. and sections twenty-five to thirty-five In- eiu-iivc. of tun nship twenty five; and townships forty-six s-J6 to 86. inclusive, of itiou, south of the Cost -tar, and the fractions i 3 to 10 inclusi of 1 iTs'eetion 8 14, 15, and 17 to 23 inclusive: tlie half of 24. ai ul sections 25 to 35 inclusive, of tov three: section s4 to " inclusive: and 17 to 21 incli^i southwest qu. irter of 22: the west half of 27: sect. to 33 inclusi ve, and the west half of 34, of tot four. The no rthwest quarter of section ;>: section 1), inclusive, a nd 17 to 211, inclusive: am! 2S to 33, ins Of township li ic; the northwest quarter of section '. Lions ;:\o io ' nclusive: the sou'Invest quarter of J trier of iffi sections vi, ifl, and 17, ■2Sif 33 inclusive, of township one. The s ter of section 19; the southwest quarter 30 and 81: and the west half of 32, of toi South ofthebase lineand Sections 1 to 15. inclusive; seci quarter of 18 : the northeast qua to 2i>. inclusive ; tlie northeast qu; 85, of township four, of range six. The suiiih half of section 7: t south half of 9: the south hair of su.ithea.-t quarter, the s nth bat st of the Mount Diablo men outh i!f of 10: 1 2il ; m Or! In 22 to 27 inch 31 ; the southwest half of 32 ;' 33, ami sections 34 and 35, of to.. 2 and 3; the northeast quarter of 4 theast quarter ot 10; ic northeast quarter of 14 ; sect ifl north half of 21 ; the aouthwi utheast quarter of 23; sections the of 7; south half of 28; and sections 29 to 35 inclu; ship three, of range three. Soi'th of Ike liast ■ Sections 1 and 2 8 and 9; the wes- hah' and lot 1 of section 10 12, 1 the southwest quartei sections 11, 12 and 13 las IT, 18. 19 and 20 st quarter of 22 ; the ■A. 25, 26, and 27 i, of ti the and !K^ of the Jlmnlmh'ti. mi lots 1, 2 and 3 of section 3 ; : qui In the mutter of the Estate of Jehu Pierce Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors o!, aud all persons having claims against th. eaid estate, to present their demands, with the correspoodiog Touchers, within ten months from the lirat publication of this notice, to the undersigned Administratrix, at her residence in th> of Los Angeles, for Battlement, or the barred by the statute of limitations. ANNA CATHARINE PIERCE. Adru'j Los Angeles. 6th day of January, 1859. will be Established in 1849. ONE OF OUR FIRM is at present travelling in Eiirope.wherc he is collecting and forwarding to us by every steamer the most splendid stock o: WITCHES AM JEWELRY ever imported into this State. Our Watches cannot be surpassed for substantiality and time-keeping. Our Jewelry if. selected with the greatest care, and none but the most tasteful goods madt of the finest gold are allowed to leave our estab lishment. Quartz Jewelry We manufacture on the premises. We are the inventors of the art, and keep ahead of all competition. WATCH REPAIRING is done by the best workmen, under our own in spection, and warranted for one year. Watches for repair sent to-us by Express sure attended U promptly. JIARRETT.& SHERWOOD, 135 Montgomery street, between Clay and Commercial streets. jy2tT tf SAN FRANCISCO. ..82 50 .. 3 00 ... 2 50. .. 1 50 .. 1 50 ... 2 00 ... 2 00 .. 2 00 .. 1 50 .. 2 00 .. 2 00 .. 5 00 AGRICULTURAL & SCIENTIFIC BOOKS, Sold Wholesale and Retail by J. Q. &. Warren, lit Sansome st,, San Francisco, Downing's Fruits of America Bi'idgeimui's Gardener's Assistant Gardening for the South Guenoti on Milch Cows... .... How to choose a good Milk Cow, (fully illu trated,) Poultry Yard Qmnby on Baca Youati on th« Horse " " Sheep Youatt & Martin on Cattle Randall's Sheep Husbandry.. DoTvnlng'B Rural Essays u Comi'try Houses " Landscape Gatdening " Cottitge Residences London's Gardening for Ladies Allen on the Grape Chorlton on the Grape , Pardee on the Strawberry, Blackberry and Currant 1 00 jpfS* Any of the above works forwarded free of postage on receipt of price annexed. Catalogues mailed on receipt of address, Subscriptions received for British Reviews, or B ackwood. per annum, 33.00. Four Reviews and Blackwood, $10 00 EclaotiO Magassine, New York, Tbe Horticulturist, New York Colored Edition, $5.00. American Agriculturist. New York, $1.00, Country Gentleman. Albany, $2.00. Hovey'e Pomologioal ftfa^aziue, Bostoa, $2.00. AH orders should be addressed to J. Q. A. WARIJEN, 111 Saasome Rt.. San Franeisoc :;i...n ;iii tion 3 of 15 ; half of *t qui west quarter of suction 13 , the south quarter, the southwest quarter, tlie n east quarter, ami the southeast qua quarter, uf suction 1-i ; finctional st'eti and 27, and sec-.io-us 31 and 35, of toi fractiooal townships four acd sixteen, North of the base line and west of the Mou The southwest quarter of section I east half of 5- tin- "imrtheaxt uuarter <•■ "t U; and tliB nor; !,w.'-l ■, :u'-r ■■!' 1" Hum The stoirthwest miarterof ttt half of soutl r of sontheas I --'3. 2i, 25, ^ ■'■: tho n iip 44, , and the northeast qua e. The west half of wet iflt half of fl; sections IT. uarter of 32; the went hi the north half of 31: th tat quarter of 2'2 ; secf.il 11, 12 and 13 towM^liii. fortv-tliri 5, G, 7 and 8; the w '21; the southwest < tto'ns 28, 2»J iiiul 30 ' for. and the souths and the southwest _ The southwest quarter of B«sti._ _ , . . the west-half of 9; sect.ir.ns 17. IS, 19 and 20 ; 'the west halt of 21; the west h:lU of 28; section.-; 29, 39. 81 and 32 ; the west half of 33, of township forty-live, of range s 33 and 34 ■ forty-four foui The ■rtheast ftuarter of section 1; the southw of 11- the southeast quii-ler of 12, an. = r ■n.lf:1,tv five " fl'.:. ,!'., 'i':' -f-_- [■„' -■■ :i-i.- ; :-• -) iuL-Uj.+lve; the- -y the si itbw northeast qua section. 32, 8 turns 1 to4,ir of 6, andsecti The northeast of 12; section 24, 25, aod26; of township f 13 ; the south ve, of township secttoa 7 ; tbe vest half of 19 ; i east half of i- quarter of 14 : [quarter of 23; 25, of township ealf of 4 ; sec- le south half of inrter of seven- '.■en ; the sec- ; the northeast >, of township io east half and 9 inclusive; the irter of 31; and • rty-fou : thosouth ) aship (brty-fl 14i sections lithe;- ■uthw ; the ;arfe.r of ? soutl-. half of S: the irllieast. quarter, the ■ f northwest. quarUr, 10 : section* 11 to 35 n^liips two, three and t huif of i rth« f southwest quarter of tion four; the east half of section live; the northeai quarter of eight; the west half of northwest quarter, th southeast quarter ol northwest quarter, and the sout^ half of section nine; the northeast, quarter, and soutl half of section ten; sections 11, 12, 18, and 14; the nortl half of fifteen, and sections 53, 24, 25, 2.5. and 35, of town siiip fortv-s'x. 'the southeast quarter of section twentv three; the south half of twentvfnur- sections twentyfiv and twentysix; tlie east half and the northwest quarte of twentyseren ; the northeast, quarter of twculyeight 4i., ...._- jl;l^r 0j. MOl.LiieaiSti i-ii-u-i.er, the northwest quarfe — t quarter, the east half of soutiieast quarter ithwest quarter of southeast quarter of sec a thirtyfive, of township forty e tw nlythr. ..■i-hl.i :i tythre. the i'i-;- •ur and five ; sections six an' eishf it nd ten ; sections 11, '. s of section fifteen, on Bloo : the fractions of section tv amento river ; sections 24, 2;"> and tions 27, 28 and 33, cast of the Sacramento thirtyfour ; and the fractions of section thirtyfive. north of the Sacramento river, of township twentymo* ; the sections and parts of sections east of the Sacramento river, and the parts of sect ions thirty three and thirtyfour on Rancheiia Island, of township thirty; and township thirty one, of range three. Townships twentytwo, twenty three, twentyfour and twenty five ; sections one, two and three ; the nortlioiist quarter of four; sections ten to fifteen, inclusive ; sections twentytwo to twentyseveu, inclusive ; the southeast quarter of section twe:.itvei;;ht ; ami sections thirty one to thirtyfive, inclusive, of township twentysix ; the southeast quartei-of section twelve; sections 13. 14 and 15; sectious22 to27,inclusive; thesoutheast qua^terof38, and scc:ions thirtyfour and thirtyfive. of township twenty the southe: rst qui ■ of sectio od section; nte< ship "twenty nine : ' sections i"2"aiio'L3 ■' and'the fraction of sections 4, 9, 10, 11 am 1 12, north ..it the Sacrament. river, of township thirty ; s eel-ions Ihree to ten inclusive sections fifteen ai en ; the fractious of section eighteen and nine teen, east of the Sacramento river; flee tions twenty to e, inclusive; the fractions t sections 30. 32, ai id 83, east of the Sacramento river : hik sections tliirtyfo ur and thirtyfive, of township thirfj Townships twe otytwo. t wentvthree. twentyfour am twentyfive ; secti onsl. 2. 3. 4 and 5 ; the northeast quar ter of six ; seciio: is eight, t o fifteen, inclusive ; section twenlvone to twe nclusive'; thcsoutheaslquar ter of section thi: ■tVtw'o ; ai id sections 33, 34 and 35, o township twenty six ; the 17 ; sections 18, 19 and 21 ) ; the southwest quartei- (.:■ tweutjone ; the southwest quarter of 25; ami section twenty-six to thi rtvtive, ii iclosi've, of township tweol' seven ; the fracf ions of sec: ions 25, 2d and 27. north o the Sacramento I iver, of township thirtytwo, of rangi Sections one to five.incluf ivfi; oit;ht to fifteen, inclusive seventeen and tw. iiitv to tw tytwo to tiiirtyfi ve." tnclus ive, of township twsntyone sections one to fiv oity to twi iiity nine, inclusive ; and tliir tytwo to thirtyfi ve, inclus ive, of township twentytwo sections one to five, inch isive ; of eight to fifteen, in ilnaivfl ; 17 and 20 to 29, inclusive; smi thirty two t< me to four, inclu ;ive ; nine to fifteen, inclusive, twenli me to tv,en!.veu;i'i t, inc'fu.sii ■e ; and 33, 84 and 35, of town Town -hips one, two, three , four and fiv c.ofrai igee Town ships two, three, fom welv ships two. three, fou r and five, of thir office at Visai Mor h day of Febrn die la nds situated in the followin ship parts o; ships, vi-/.: tooth o HlieU '..-.■<; thli! and t'./l-s! of the Mints,/ th'iltJii Town .hip t hirteen, and fl actional toll and fifi f range sixteeu Fract ional .owusliiii 1 liiri.eeii : t.owi;>hi p four! frac;ioi ial ton of range seve Town ships- thirteen, fourti en and fifl.ee ip sixt .een, of range e: .ghteen. Town ships thirteen, fourti ten, fifteen a tt& sixt een, lip twenty. fifteen nd fra. Sait ixkmua %*hhxti$mmh ESTABLISHED IN l&8lT~"^ THOMAS ROWLANDSON IMPORTER OF ' English & Scotch Ales & Porters DOMESTIC AND FOR]2jGN LIQUORS, No. 151 Clay Street, San Francisco R especially infonn.s llio inliiiliitimlK ol s(1„ti ' ; Olifornia, that the advertiser will ,,, T' consumers of the above articles at imported'„ ri T. R. having an extensive commerce in ,lie,„i„!' tardistricls. ,s donr»u : I making smngemS with one or more vineyard proprietors tor tl. sale of lul NATIVE WINE, on commission, or otherwise, for which advan... will be given if desired. »o«Mei The advertiser, having been engaged in th wine trade in Europe, he became practical!, ,,' qnainted with the processes employed at all it, chiet wine growing districts ot Prance Snain Portugal, the Riiine, &o. &o„ and will therefn,, be foond an eligible medium tor converting t|! produce of California vineyards into money A large and varied assortment of Svi'Una Hitters, Corrtials, Liquors, &"c «S' constantly on sale. 7 ' *"• Tbe advertiser is the only manufacturer in 0,1 tfornia of GRWUINE JAMAICA H.TJDM SHRUB, a most exquisite tropical drink warm climates lor its hoe flin i: w, pari ed soda w . R. is the men in ,i] (1 delicioim iter. ed with ice CROWTHERS BITTERS bt'tnjf superior to nil otherB ; Lhov are cxtonsivHv jonsirmcl by llx: UPPEII HANKS OF ENGLISH SOC1KTY. ms nn ag-vocnljlc and jrcutlc encit!U]t\o APPETITE. mjl* « TA TF OF CA Llfr'ORJVlA, \ County of San Bernardino. [ Lie Distiict t'liiui. oi the First .5udieiKl dis- trtci. WiUiitui C D.'pnty, Plaititiff. . D. Stmilclonl and Matilda I). Willis,dnfend'tB jtioti l.rou^-ht. jd the District Court of tfrn hip tirra'tvfoisr ; soctfr ifteen. inclusive : twent vone to twen'r veight, inclusi Hid 33, 34 and 35, of to.vnship fwentvfive. The no west quarter of section three ; sections 4, 5. 6, 1 and "-- west half of nine ; scetiofls 17, IS, T9 and 20; t ha if of twent rone ; f he weut half of 28 ; sections md 31; and the northwest quarter of 32 of towns let Judic ial Dtstri Ct, and f he complaint iiled in the fice Uitv s of the .nd Ccram Olerk oi ;y of San 'said Dis Be: "ii-trdiiio, ii l tbe of- <5i J T?t< tbe Stat e o: f Cuiiibm la send AA>I,KF01 -H and Bl ■Vi'll, 1>A I>. Wii.;.;^. T )U ar e hereby required to £ ippear in a a action lll'iiUL ;ht agail iut yon hy tbe above named Dist and 111 iff 1 n our Dt: n aiul loi iwer the i the OoU JOmplain 'ty tflj )! the First of San Ben ?d therein, Judicial Jardir,o, u certi- Bed copy of winch you :u'e 1 lere with serve* 1. wi th in t( ■n daj ■a ai'ier tl i(! service on you oi tli is sum- won B—if served w1 thin this COU nty ; or if served out til thi 3 COiinly but will in the First , Indicia! Disl ticf, within t mnty di iys alter the service liici- BOI ; i ir if Ppvvi .■d cut of the I'iivt. Jtidi- siai Dis- tr ei days ■ afh i ii the SU ite of Oi ice ituTi lifo ■of; rnia, wilht always e; n forty <clusivo of tl will ip da> be la cu ;—or iKt you. is broHjj jud jpaent by default Tl 1 action bt to cancel and set asid i two eertuiii , teeda of cor Veyasice. Ihf otiff Iron i Wilt iain C. Di tputy to , Johi i D. Staph ford, to cert tin property bi Coated in th e ooantiee t-f San Ren uribi iaiiliti d in , ■opy ivlGi implaint her paxtieulaj ewitii Bern lj dee- ■d,) dai- ed J nlv 2i Hli, :i^;i8 ; and the othei from j ,,lm n. Staj) lel'on 1 to Matilda D, Wi Bernardino coimi II in, tocertair tr.jper- t date Septrjuiber a 27; p thi, s twenty. ghti nlluve. 1st qU; half of thirty; the east half of t 33: and the'west half of thirtyfour, of township thi one, of range six. At the Land Office at San Francisco, comraeneing Mondav, the fourteenth dav of l''ehi'u:iry next, fur the iosaIo"f the public lands, situated In tbe following to hips and parts of'townships, viz: South of the bale line and east of the Mount Diablo in dian. actions One to 'our, inclusive ; the ve ; sections nine to It ('teen, inclus . , _, — ntyefu-ht, inclusive; the son the;; st- quarter of s ct ■tytwo; and sections 33. 31 and 35, of township twei three, of range ten. Township twent.ythree of ramje eleven. ownship twentyseveu; section,* I to 15, inclusive i - theast quarter of 17 ; thi northwest quarter of ' northeast quarter of 21 ; sections 22 to 27, inelusii the southeast quarter of 33 ; and sections 34 and 35, township tweutveight, uf range fifteen. The southwest qua iter of section 17 ; the south half i ; sections V? and 2u ; the .south half of 21 ; the soi est quarter of 22: tin; .louthwest quarter of 26 ; s«fti< " to 34-. inclusive ; and the west balf of section 35 nship tweotyeight ; sectk to 15, inch ;..,tq, u> ru:ige sixt* Townshi of secti >.T O-f I ; the i ;' the n expended, and for other furlher 1SWP thr said id pi inliffwill CllUK; Hill ion uf ; for all cos(« rape Idpd. anil 1 rtiii ef in anil Distil be i. t [h. i llaye.-, Judee of our t6fh day of Kovem- ] Atir-sf: My Thom Sf Coopwood, At.l William 0 Deputy VVABE. Oier fur Plaiotiit 'theast ouartor of 17 ■ ons 23, 24 and 25, and i 26, of township twei hirty. The soutiieast quarter* of seet ■ast quarter of 10, the south half of 11 ■ ■12; the north half of 13 : and tlie north mps tivontyeijtht and twenty n 3; sections 4 and 5 ; the n orthe.'ist qiny-ter of ? ■ se^tiu e southeast quaiter on:;, tin. ■t half of 22. ! 3 southwest tli half of 33, , the south half of 2S, the u 35 of township tbirt' (juarter of 3, the northeast ecih; i iiortlmast quarter of 13, of township thirtyone, of igo seventeen. ownship thirteen The sou thw ud the northwest ijuarter of s« r. The southeast quarter of i nd the southwest quarter of 1; ^e north half of 19 ; and the „, tions 17 to 21, 22: the south sive, of town- as 33, 34 a i 1 to 12, Join D.Staplefoi In the. District Gbur and for San Ihm, ifornia. It appearing to rav the above named defe : and Matilda D. Wfllfs. 1st Judicial District, in dino Comity State of Cat- t I do tiiei I publisoed ipaper publish) a week, for th ', oi'de: the Lc the that the sua out y affidavit.that ibn 1). Stapleford, Jou ud within this of ! ^uiHlusky City, ir.d that the Paid y ai id proper party or interest in this State, set out mpl aiat, and tb'afc ipla inf consists in 1 d, :(endaut, fvow lore said property. o lii'onfiif! Augi 3 City of U faei 2 00 i 1 00 J per aiiiiinii. , »5.09. , J2.0O per annum. quarter of 12 rof 14;.t!ieeas iship forty.one larter of 6; sec •ttet of 12 ; th ast half of 17 22 and 23 ; th< 25 ; sections 26 iaJf of 34; and "■th half of sec- arter of section ■outh half of 29 18, the i up j haifoV ir, ■ and t.ii.e northwest qui thirtytwo. of range twenty. The so-utheast quarter of se-tion 17 : tl quarter of IS r .sections 19 and 20 : the west the southwest quarter of 27: sections 28 to'! and the south half of 35, of township thi township thirty two, of range twenty one. At the Laud Office at STOCKTON, commencing oi decll 3ra Concord Grape \We CLt!0«'on, at S3 8aoh. Orders Jl. ■ ,pr,'s- ill SaoBoaH street. of 27, of township .7 :: the- southwest half of 21; -, a weekly I Angeles,- _ 3 being the 'ppapnr most likely to give notice to tbe de la tit, Staple lord, ol the pendency of this action',, that a copy of the summons and complaint inr suit be forthwith deposited in tbe Post Office, -'•■■'--" iid John D. Stapleford, at San- ^ounty, State of Ohio, bis place el a; and Ifon- Office at STOCKTON, i ^^^^ day, the fonrteentfi day of February next, for the df.sJPu- sal of the public lands situated in the following town- . mlparls irthofthe base I etions 1 to 5 township and east of the Mount Diablo s 27, r ot J est quarter of S * aim 11. the south -est half of nortl he southwr.-st out i&st irter of ■ter of sontt 15, 18 and 19 8t quarter ol If of 29: sec- f 32 ; and th« io southwest q i 30 ■ an-1 sections en : the east half, the ■ st half of southwest' qui nclusive: the east half of s, r of northeast quarter, thf r, and the soutbwBsi r,,,^* Ql9:the and 29: the east half lorthwest quarter of northeast ■iter of northwest quarter, the st half of southwest quarter, " 31 to IT in elusive,"rftoVn- rth halt irthw r of : ■eti.,1 30th dav ofJiine' .' dredanil liltyeiylr By the Pi- Actins Co ■TAMES BUCHANAN era! Land Office. N'OTfCK TOlTJ.;-KM-!'T10. s 21 to 29, dec2&ati Seottocsl to 12. inclusive- t the northwest quarter of 14* s lBslaava ^tlte soatbirest quart Nobles & Hoarc's VarnisTies. ALL THE STANDARD AMERICAN .Off Adams' Bostoa Enisles.- inline wini iii-Di- FOREST RIVER DO* TIOIANiVS and otlier Colors, GIVES, BIIOMES COLD LEAF, &C. ^ii|ele VOL. VTTT. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUKDAY, EEEELAKY 19, 1859. NO. 41. &05 Angeles Qtax: P0BLI3HKD ETBBT SATUKDiY BTOROTNU, At No. 1, Pico Buildings, Spring Street, Los Augeles, BY II. HAMILTON. TERMS: Subscription, per annum, in advance, .$5 00 For Six Months, 3 00 For Tliree Mouths 2 00 Single Number 0 25 Advertisements inserted at TwoDollars per square of ten Hues, for the first insertion ; and One Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to Yearly Advertisers. Agents.—The following gentlemen are author- lued Affenta for the Stab : L. P. FishKR ,, San Francisco. Buhns & BtriiDiOK, Portt Office San Gabriel. Cot. la a Thompson Monte. R. N.Glbn*..,., Santa Barbara. Judoh n. A. Thomas - San Bernardino. BELLA UNION HOTEL "sa.ek.ixx. street, lOS AHOI3I.ES. FLASHNER & WINSTON, PROPRIETORS. MTJNS HOTEL, so long known as tbe best in Southern California, having passed into the hands of the present Proprietors, has been thoroughly refitted, and many additions made to its accommodations: Strangers, and gentlemen with their families, will find this an agreeable home, at all times. The table will be supplied, as heretofore, with all t'i» delicacies of the market. oct2 LAF^fiTTi HOTEL. HfcXcilxx Street, OPPOSITE THE BELLA UJSi'ICM_ :LOS ANGELES, MTHIS Establishment offers superior inducements to tbe traveling public, and especially to those wishing a quiet home. Tlie location is desirable, tlie establishment large and commodious, with rooms—single and for families— clean and well furnished, and a tattle well supplied with the choicest viands and delicacies of the season —as is well known by those who have favored the house with their patronage. The Proprietor will use every exertion, and neglect nothing, to give his guests entire wati,-,faction. EBERQARP & KOLL. Los Angeles, Dec. 11, lb58. UNITED STATES HOTEL. Lus Angeles. i THE SUBSCRIBER having leased the ^^| [tailzie fctoA'UWill duci..:,! ,n the very best style. Tli l.berally supplied with everything fords, and every oare will be ink1 UNITED STATES HOTEL a cui fur boarders. A tached to the Hotel is a BAR, w of liquors and cigars are kept Terms, modi tied and : table ed to the sandcig ate to suit tbe t"OW Los Angeles. Dec. 22, 1858. be .rket af- ii for table homt i the bee WEAVER. Iksinm Carts. C. E. THOM, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS ANGELES. Office in Pico Buildingsi, Spring street. jy3 E. J. C. KEWEN, Attorney and Counsellor at X-aw, LOS ANGELES, Cal., Will practice in the Courts ol the First Judicial District, the Supreme Court, and the U. S. District Court of the Southern District of California. Office, in Temple's Building, opposite Mellus's store. ' Jan. 1st, 1859. DR. J. C. WELSH, Wholesale and Retail BRTDTOGIST, I MAIJV STREET, LOS AJVO-ELES. WM. H. SHORE, nSTota.x'y- r*Ti.'fc>lio. jail29 OFFICE A-ITfi'E" DROWN. C. DUCOMMUN, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Wholesale mil Retail Dealer in Fancy Goods, BooKs & Stationery, TOBACCO, P1PJBS, CIGARS ; Window Glass, Oils and Golers, Varnishes, Turpentine, &c. &c. &c. The most varied and extensive stock on hand, to be iound out of .-an Francisco. sepll £» . Xj JX,- 5S Ji\. ]El X>, IMl'OK'IKli; And Wholesale and Retail Dealer id IfVeuclij JCnglisH and American Dry Goods. Corner of Melius Row, Los Angeles. any 2 PH1NEAS BANNING, JTorwardiiftg and Commission Mercliant, LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO. olO JOHN OOIitER. TOMLINSOM. GOLLER & TOMLINSOM, Forwarding ami Commission LOS ANGELES and SAN PEDRO, Cal. R. E. Raimond, Agt. at San Francisco. July 3,-i&5S. novo BACHMAN & CO, wore, *., ote. SFJ.les himI AVeol (nlieii In exelinnge irpreestreeCv^^soii'i'house Iroiti Cornmel . J-atl. 1*1, 1851 Roofing! Hoofing I JMEVSitio RoofLsis S!! E. P. RUSSELL'S PATENT. FR AN C ilTTff E L LU S, HAYING purchased the patent right of the above valuable invention, for the purpose of supplying the counties ol Los Angeles, San Bernardino and San Diego, is now prepared to execute all orders with which he may be favored. The pubiic are aware that it has been the study of (scientific men, architects and builders, for many years to discover an article tor Hoofing purposes, that will withstand sudden changes ot climate, be impervious to water, and of sure protection against (ire. The inventor of this rooting labored many years to combine articles which would answer the above purpose and obviate the difficulties of rust and decay attendant upon tin and shingles, and the destruction by the sun and frost, of the various compositions used for roofing. This he succeeded in doing, and now, after six years of the severest trial we would invite the careful attention oi all interested in such matters, believing that they will be fully convinced of its practical value both for durability and economy, iu which respects we believe that its equal is not at present known. This roofing can readily be applied to roofs of ftvery description, either steep or fiat, and can be put on over shingles or tin, being much cheaper than the first and at half the cosi ot the latter. Two coats of the mastic put on over an old leaky tin roof, will make it as good as new at one-tl the cost. In preparing this roofing a heavy >: or canvass is used, which is thoroughly sutm»■.«« with a perfectly water proof preparation, alter which it receives a thick coating, upon both sides, of the flour of soapstone, which sets into the textur- ■"**■" canvass, and gives elastic and durable. j of, FRANCIS MELLUS, WIlOLKSATiM ATI) RETAIL DKALKR In Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oils, Ac &e; JUNCTION OF MAIN AND SPRING STREETS JLOS ANGELES. anl6 E. H. WORKMAN & BRO Saddlers and Harness Makers, ■ TEMPLES MARBLE FRONT BLOCK, Will keep constantly on hand an assortment of Saddles, Harness, &c. &c. Found Dead. They found her dead One snowy morning in the open street. Her cold cheek resting on the pearly sheet Around her spread. And «n her lips a quiet smile reposed, As if in sleep life's weary dream hud closed. She slept the last, last sleep ; Death's snal >v as on her brow, and Bhe had passed Tired and suffering, to her home at last, Leaving no friends to weep, No loving ones to come at sunset hours To sprinkle on her bosom tears aud ll.wers. No warm and gentle hand Clasped her's in tenderness, aa in the nigfet She went out gently from thiw world of light loto the shadowy land. No earthly watcher lingered at her side To hear her last iow murmur when she died. But did she die alone? No ! not alone : One friend kept watch with her, One gentle voice, one loving smile wwa uear The desolate unknown ; One hand of mercy led her o'er Death's foam, fo the better land to friends and home. Ill llH Wo<>ll4. BT AtVMOKT LEIGBTOSf. I walked alofle in depths of Autumn woods ; The ruthless winds had left the maple bare; The fern was withered, aud the sweet-briar's breath No longer gave its fragrance to the air. T-he barberry strung its coral beads no more, The thistle down on gauzy wings had flown ; Aud myriad leaves on which the summer wrote Her blushing farewell, at my feet were strowa. A loneliness-pervaded eve^y spot ; A gloom of which my musing soul partook ; All nature mourns,-£ said ; November wild Hath torn the fairest pages from her book. But suddenly a wild-bird overhead, Poured forth a strain so strangely clear and sweet, It seemed to bring me back the skies of May, And wake the sleeping violets at my feet. Then long I pondered o'er the poet's words, ;,The loss of beauty is not always loss;" Till like the voice of love they soothed my pain, And gave me strength to bear again my cross. O murmuring heart! thy pleasures may decay, Thy faith grow cold, thy golden dreams take wing, Still in the realm of faded /outh and joy, Heaven kindly leaves some bird of hope to sing. Repairing ctonv with piomp did o! rilli Notary Public and Conveyancer SAN BERNARDINO. OFFICE—In Brick Building, Main street. Agreements, Deeds, Powers of Attorney, Mortgages, and all other Legal Papers drawn and acknowledged. aii30 of tin firm body, making it very After the canvass, as prepared, nother coaliutr ol mastic,which L.OS ANGELES STRKET, in front ot" Cor<t & Barker, HAS the honor to announce to the Public, that he still carries on his business ?t the old stand, as above, and having in his employment competent workmen, he is prepared to execute all orders with which he may be favored, in the Manufacturing of Fli.t}H«mis;s.,t'nivI:'iV<' Repairing,ami HI<>mlln£ <>i all ictuds. Also,everything tu Hie Smlillery r.uslm-ss. Los Angeles, Nov. 31st, 1858. is thoroughly fillad'witb sand, is given it. leaking it fireproof in every respect. By exposure, tins coat- inr, becomes firm aud solid, giving you a roof that c/n be walked upon with perfect impunity, and as durable an anvthing known; and we do most candidly -nd unhesitstinerlv believe, far superior to anything of the kind vet "discovered; and alter a severe 'est Ot many years, stand as reliable and' good as when fea™p«t on. without change or decay. All that we D ! .1..,^ „ .,„,.„f„l ..xitminatiim imiv be given it. HOUSE3 SIGN, and ^AKIUAGE Gilding, Glazing, Paper Hanging, &c. &c &c. O. SPILLAHT BEOS to inform the public that he has commenced business in the house ' """""•« c^».jp ■• r and we feel convinced that it ™^dution which we oiler of it. Annexed we give ^ the names of some of the persons using this are at libei ty to refer: you — - 70ofing,-aud to whom — kkfkiu:nct.s. bear all the recom-1 opposite the store of F. Mki.lus, Esq. prepared to execute all orders in the various departments of his business, in a style to give satisfaction to all who may patronize him. Los Angeles, .Oct 16, 1858. New States and-Territoiies-YVhen and by Whom Admitted. Under General Washington's Administration, thy following new States were admitted :* Vermont, io 1791. Kentucky, in 1792. ■Jenneesee, iu 1796. Under John Adams' (federal anti-democratic) administration, not a single new State was admitted into the Union. Under Thomas Jefferson's (Democrat) administration, the following new States aud Territories were added to the Union: Ohio, in 1802. . Louisiana,, purchased in ist)i;. tbWrWW.ro^ which had hitherto been in the hands ol a foreign power. Territorial governments were organized in Mississippi, Indiana aud Louisiana. Under James Madison's (Democratic) administration, and with a Democratic Cougjess, the following addition was made to the confederacy: Indiana, in 1816. During the Presidency ot James Monroe, assisted by u Democratic Congress, the following new States were admitted into the Union : Mississippi, in 1817. Illinois, in 1819. Missouri, in 1820. Maine, in 1820. Florida, purchased in 1821. During the Presidency ol'John Quincy Adams, who was not a Democrat, there were no new Stated adniitled into the Union. Under tbe Presidency of General Andrew Jackson, the folio-wing new States were admitted by a Democratic Cougreaa. Michigan, in 1836. Arkansas, in 1838. Under the Presidency of Martin Van Buren, Democrat, no new States were admitted!. Under the Presiecncy of Harrison and Tyler, Whigs, no new States were admitted, although preliminary steps were taken to acquire Texas. Durins the Presidency of James K, Polk. Democrat, and by a Demociatie Oongiess, the follow' ing new States were admitted : Texas, in 1845. Iowa, in 1815, Florida, in 1845. Wisconsin, is 1849. California was bought. N w Mexico and Utah bought. Under the Whig administration of Taylor and I illmore, assisted hy a Democratic Congress, the following new State was admitted : California, in 1850. The following Territories were organized : New Mexico. Utah and Washington. Under Gen Pierce's (Democratic) administration, the following Territories were organized by a Democratic Congress : Nebraska and Kansas, Arizona was pin chased;. Under James Buchanan's (Democratic) administration, Ihe following State was admitted: Minnesota, in 1858. Oregon and Kansas will doubtless be admitted before his Presidential term closes. It will be seen by this restone that every new State, bofh free and slave, wan admitted Into the Union by a Democratic Congress, and under a Democratic President, except Caliloruia. She came in under a Democratic Congress and a Whig Presideni. Every Territory has been organized and had a government given it by a Democratic Congress, Every acquisition of Territory which has been SPRUV&ffTRSS'F] made since the Revoluiion has been by a Demo- Oct. 2-1-tTi, 1358. Important from Europe- Nrw York, Jan. 19.-—The steamship City of Washington, with Liverpool dates to the 5th inst., has arrived at this port. At the New Year's Levee, the Emperor Napoie- ou mdae a threatening remark to the Austrian Minister, which attracted great attention. The reports growing out ot the affair causud a panic and a decline of one per cent, on the Paris Bourse, and h per cent ou consols at Loudon. The Kmperor's words were: "I regret that our relations with your Government are not so good as they were ; bul I request you ta tell your Emperor that my personal leeliugs for him have not changed/1 The emphatic tone of the Emperor, aud his animated gesture, attracted the attention of the assembled diplomatic corps. The Bourse was closed till Monday the 3rd, but on the opening, quite a panic prevailed, the decline in the funds teing fully one percent. On the 4th inst. the Bouri coulimied depressed, andagaiu rather lower. TL Louden Exchange sympathized with the Paris d' cline, and consols were at one time I lower, and the market closed flat^ At Vie: na, also, a panic prevailed under the ru mor that Austria would send troops to Belgrade Italy continues unsettled, aud Lombard; in particular. The news from all parts are pregnant with alarm. The steps taken in Lombardy are almost tantamount to a state of Beige.- The Spanish Aliuislry have declared that Spain will never sell Cuba, and have protested against the iusukiug hypothesis to the coutraryMmplied in President Buchanan's message. Olozula introduced a motion iu the Cortez-'-sup- porting the Ministerial declaration, and was unanimously approved. Spain has obtained fall Batisiaction fromMexijo for the Tampico. affair. Rumors prevail of the discovery of a formidable conspiracy at Cracow. Numerous arrests of parties said to be implicated have been made at Cracow. Everything was quiet in Servia. The Bombay mall of December 9th had reached England- The news includes an account of a large army of rebels having been defeated by the Commander-in-Chief. The amnesty was slowly but effectually thinning the ranks of the rebels, giving promise of early peace. London, January 7.—The disquietude satined- by the Emperor Napoleon's menace to the Austrian Minister, continued to affect the political and financial world. The panic continued on the Paris Bourse. On tbe 7th instant, the Paris Moniteur published the following paragraph : "For several days public opinion has been agitated hy too alarming reports which it is the duty of the Government to put a stop to, by declaring that nothing in the diplomatic relations authorises the tears which these reports tend to provofce." This caused a slight improvement in the funds, both at Paris and London, but it was only temporary, an&allthe improvement was subsequently lost. It is reported that the French Government has nt a very threatening note to Austria, warning her of the consequences of Austriaus crossing the Servian frontiers. Tne accounts from Italy are alarming. Austria sending strong reinforcements into Lombardy, where her garrisons are already on a war looting. An outbreak was anticipated at Milan. It was rumored that that city was in a state of siege, and that, irv-sui agitation existed likewisea" Cremona. Moilena and elsewhere, but the rumor hid' not an soldiers at Cremona. Lonwo.v, Saturday,-JunuKry 8.—The TirfWB intimates that the Emperor's speech to the Austrian Minister was made with the view of learning how the great powers would receive the project of French interference in Italy, and- wjb (he result has happily been a decisive and great failure. Owing to the increasing suspicion with which his policy is regarded, the attempt of the Monit.i ur to sooth the excitement has bus partially succeeded. tflare^np in tlie Sc»&te. New YOKE, Jan. 22.—The Herald's Washington ! correspondence says : In the executive session of' the Senate to day, an angry discussion arose" -be-" tween Judge Douglas and Senator Fitch, when words were used -which, it is thought, must lead to■'. a duel. - The d.-bate occurred on the question of confirming Putter, of Ohio, as Collector of Toledo.- Mr. Pugh opposed Potter's nomination, as the man displaced was his friend. He said if .he President desired an issue with him, (Pugh) he was" ready for it. He denounced the appointment, andT called ou every Senator who was his (_Fugk's) friend'ro vote against it* Mr. Douglas responded, saying that he would vote with the Senator from Ohio. He then branch-' ed nft on to tbe Illinois appointments, aud said that they were dishonest, corrupt and incompetent. Senator Fitch interrogated Doirglas, aud said it- was untrue. Douglas again reiterated what he had said. Fitch again said it wae untrue. (Cries of order were then made.)- Douglas then continued the debate. Pi ten replied iu Etoagltta with grout bitterness, and said that Senator* knew how to prize anything coming from that quarter. tCr,os of Order.) Mr. Douglas then replied and was called to order. Motions were iheu made that Douglas be allowed-- to »o on in order. Jeff. Davis opposed it. aud^aid. turniug to Doug-' las, thai he had listened with indignation tu the' language used, aud it was that of a highwayman1 and bravado. The debate was continued" some time-, when a1 motion was made aud the Senate adjourned. It was said the lie wa» given, and most severe personal remarks niaiii1. Great (iilialn. The annual returns of the British navy, showing its c-ondition on the 1st of January, reports that it consists of 523 vessels, of every descrip-- tion, exclusive of 167 gun-boats. The number of vessels in commission and doing duty in all parts of the globe is 176. There are also eleven line of- battle screw steamers, of from 80 to 131 gun* each, in the course of construction, with fifteen other screw steamers in various stages of progress. The navy is reported as in a most efficient state, both as regards the number of vessels and the manner in which they are equipped. The number of emigrants who left Liverpool in in 1858 was 7'0,4(56, a decrease of 71,456 aS compared with tbe year preceding. Of these emigrants nearly 41,000 were hound for the Uuited States. '— i » » -—i DKA.TU OP ©OL. Fuancis Lbe.—The honors of a military burialwere paid (he remains of Colonel Francis Lee, ol the 2nd Regiment ol infantry, who died in St. Louis, on the evening of the l!Hlj January. The distinguished deceased was tini■.; in Pennsylvania, April 13th, 1802, and was conse quently in his fifty-seventh year when he died. At tbe age of sixteen he entered the Military Academy at West Point as a cadet, and four years atteiwards received his commission as 2nd Lieutenant of the Seventh Infantry. Two years later he was promoted a grade higher and became First Lieutenant, In February, 1847", he attai rank of Major of the Fourth lnfautiy,ii regiment he was iu command during the euwiu war with Mexico. For gallant and meriiorious conduct in the engagements of Cherubnsco and Oontreras. August 20th,, 1847, he received the brevet ot Lientenant-Oi loin 1, and an addition grade, hy brevet, for heroic demeanor, a month laler, at the battle of El Molino del Rey, in which conflict be was wounded. He had previously distinguished himself at the siege oi Fort Brown, and his conduct on the taking of the City of Mexico marked distinction. He succeeded to the Col cyoMbe Second Regiment October 18th which rank he held at the time of his death. Hf was commander of the Depar ment of the West stationed in St. Louis, until last fall, when he *a; relieved by Col. E. y.Sumner.—Republican. Ihe which and is now | cratic President and a Democratic Congress lel- 1S55, JSPPBBSON Cm, Jan, 13.—A special messenger1' from Governor Medary lo Governor Stewart arrived here-tins morning. He reports that Montgomery, with a band of from two to three hundred* men, is fortifying himself neat- the Missouri line ;J that all the United States troops in Kansas have' been sent to the scene of action, and that volunteers ure being raised as rapidly as possible. Six hundred muskets passed through this cily yester- day'for li'ansafi, Washington, Jau. 14.—The Postmaster General5 tates that under the postage law tf 1845 the revenues and expenditures were about equal. S uce 'ie passage ot the law Of 1851. fixing lh" present lies, iIn; expenditures have been regi Frly and irgidy increasing. These facts obviously suggest lat il Cmigressis delermint-d to make the Depart-- cut iclfsuslaiuing, the surest means ol doing Ho' ould be a return to the law of 1846, and establish ?e cents i ostage tbrrijatafleeaunder, aud leuee-unr ir distances over three thousand miles ; hence he' favors the bill introduced in the Senateata former fSaion. This, together' with the amendments hich he had.already suggested, in regard' to bbe: mode ol inviting proposals for carrying thu mail, substilut.on of postage stamps for the % privilege, wo»ldi'?o0er- the .'Xpsftittent .aiuing iu what relates to its regular and •petaiion, Two s.ets of service were call'd stence in consequence of the necessities of- this State, one the Pacific route and the other the' git*t over-land route to California. Tbe former,• tiler deducting postages', will cost S-Co,o66''per' Miutim.and the latter, when the Salt Lake line is! added, will cost $1,500,000, lor which there will' not prob.kt.ly be siilticiuot postage revenue tupay.- WASur.soruN, J«a.j8.—JamesM. Cram,delegate >in Ifevada, lias issued a circular to the inemberr me a law, Tlie le'ngtn 'oi rare nMWj m ***> and its Im&dth 400 miles. The population ranges 3iu 15,000 to 18.000 souls. He gives a glowing description of!ils mining: and agricultural features, saying, in conclusion, that he can enter into a bargain arrangement lor nibusing the Terriiories through Congress.—- The Terrritory ol Nevada ia suffering under tuu present state of things. Tbe bill to orgauiz: is in advance ot others ; I t each come up iu order and' be tested on its merits. The House Committee on Territories this morning ordered thebill toprovide lor the organization.' of the Territorial Government ol Dacotah, to lie repMtcd.-with her boundary oxteudiag west to the- Rocky Mountains. Mr. Colfax, of Indiana, and Mr. Graham, delegate elect from C'oloua. appeared before the com- initlee to day. and addressed it in favor of the organization of the latter Territory, but the commit-- tee arrived at noconelm-ioii in regard to it. Should- their action ultimately be favorable, the Territory will, it is supposed, be made to covei a larger area- tlwu Mr,( o-il'aa proposed, in his bill. The Secretary of the Treasury lias Submitted to Congress his plan tor reducing the expenses for the collection of levenues to lbe extent ol■ i 100,000! per annum, lie proposes tbe re-organizalion of the collection dsliic.s. the reduction of the 116 ports ofentry to 76, and' tho discontinuance altogether ol 21'oi the 8t) ports ol delivery —the salaries of officers to remain the same as under tbe measure recommended, although their duties'would be increased. The Postmaster General estimates that ¥16,- 000,000 will be required for the services of the Post Office Department lor the fiscal year ending, tbe 80th June, 1860. Majority and minority reports have been prepared on the Oregon Bill by uaeihbarsol tbe House Coinmittfe on Territories. The Senate Post Office Committee have agreed ty report a bill increasing tbepoetoge to fire cents- foi- all distances under 3.000 miles. This feature was opposed by Messrs. Bigler of Penn., Dixon of Conn., and Hale of X. 11 The Oommiitce were' unanimous us to restraining the tranluni: privilege ami propose lo authorize tho Pc^tma.-te General to receive bids en the best terms, will o- t regard to particular mooes of conveyance, as now designated by law. There is no probability that Con- grefls will increase the rates of postage. Washington, Jan. 13.—Capt Looser, of thcThiri Artillery, Uuited States Army, has resigned from the service. IN UOSTON—Uuiou UlassCo, Kilbyst.+; Ait.fi Tube G«. lOS SUU'. st.: G. Ry« vuv S; Co. 7 M'evMnvi'.'t-M row flc'nicr,4ITiiion8t.: M Brass t, 40 State st; IIo- iek, furniture druggist, 34 Ind street. .in st.: ulal, t> M CAMW.IVHIK.—Him. Em< H. 'm-lkm^iUm, Maoist.; Bun dealer.,- li, Osborn, ulaaiug mi builders. (Bixuv .tC(ilit) i.ilt: 'liTvern. IN ROXBURY—Win. Barton builders. IN OOftCnE'STGH—F-dward MoKetchnii l.N. NEl'ONGET—Eillyit Mlyin, su^vhitt-ndentoil-work IN Sl'lttNGFIGI.n—H. Gray, sapf.'riniL-iidL'nt, C.W. Ch; pin. President W. R. R. IN" FALL IHVKR—Ricliavd Cord. f. Boeden-, GltiV" "-'<■■'■ w'- E.. E. Col'e, :J"oSnaon &Levett. builder: TBofl- , FreK. Iron Workii. it Works. . . MF.LLUS, Junction Main and'Spring streets. L08 Angeles Sept. 25, 185S. SAIjT ^'OH. S-A.Xj33. IOOO Bags of Salt for sale, by IRON AND BRASS TOUNDRY, ALAMEDA STREET, Opposite the. Sisters of Charity. WE would' respectfully inform those that are rr, tarested in the general prosperity of the in succSul operation, and that jeW^ ..M.cute all work pertaining to tne tniMiiess, in a nraniier that cannot be excelled in tins or any other StThe attention ol P-ties owning^ abmit to erect Be-p.™ Thrwher.. and all kind, of Machinery. „ SrStothe above ea.aW.*me. rcnairseanbemade, o' »*«* M'i0MSiTOHLmWBMTTON I, CO: London i Grkat Ljjh&bb—The colony of Victoria is now in the market for a loan of $35 000,- 000, for railroad purposes. The Madras Presiden cy wants Sin.000.000. for canals. The India Government will probably require about $40,000,000- Meaowhile, says tlie correspondent of the Commercial, the recent Turkish and Chilian loans arc taking money out of the country from time to time, as the insta:menla fall due. A variety of other foreign projects are likewise known to be ready for hatching whenever the market will admit of it, and among the miscellaneous schemea .a a new laud loan company lor Canada. I.«tist trom Ivaiisas. Leavenworth City.—Jan. 20.— Capt. Montgom. ery has voluntarily given himsell up lo the author- ",es to await fria1 upon the cfiarges of complicity the recent troubles on the Southern border, Capt. Brown is reported to have left the Territory. No further difficulties are apprehended. The English visitors. Lords Cavendish and Ashley returned some days s;nce to New York. Lord Richard Grosvenor has pursued bin solitary journey to Ihe Rocky Mountains and Oregon, and expects to visit Vancouver's Island. A. Correspondent of the S . Loais ltppublicanT_ writi g from Washington, Jan. 10th Bay* :— The impression seems to prevail that there will be but little geneial legislation Uls session, of importance,, beyond Ihe passage of the appioprialion bills, and the adoption of some means lo replenish the Treasury. There will be a deficiency od the 30lh June nex1, ol seven millions of dollars, and no means, whatever, have yet been adopted for meeting Lhi* deoeleney. Something mutt be dune- 00 this point, or an extra t-essioa of Cougrest^iU' be called, This I..ct 1 base Irom tbe most reliable- source. An extra Bees'ioo now cosis trie Government nothing, uud members are not. likely to incut' the risk of paying the expenses thetnsjlves. ient at which all ir machines manufactured. ,oe Angeles, July Si, 1868. J. H. Miehon. a Fr nch '"atbolic priest, has ■written a brilliant pamphlet, urging the porma m-nt removal of the Pope to Jerusalem, the cradle of the Christian religion. When Rothschild was asked whether he would not like to become a temporary King of the Jews in Palestine, "Oho, no," he said, "I would rather be Jew of the Kings than King if the Jews." The richest man in Louisville, Ky., is tbo Hon. James Guthie. His property ia assessed as wurth |1,382»«8& Lord Lyons, the new British Minister to this country, was born in 1817. and is two years okUr than Lord Napier. At the age of 42, therefore, be may be considered a- a desirable man ar Washington, for he is unmarried, Lord Napier iBremoved from a salary of £1,500 in this country, to one of £11.600 in Holland—a most undoubted decline, the causes of which aFe yet to V ascertained and stated Lord Lyons is said to be positively advanced. He leaves'Tuscany, where he was only nthird-clasn diplomatist (Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary.') to assume the position at Washington, "t a second-class man, and rises from a ual- | ary of £2.000 at Florence, to one of £4,500 a year 1 at "Washington. The United States,appellant, vs. John A. Sutter.. The argument oi this cause was commenced by Mr. Hull lor the appellants, in ih- Supreme Court of the- United Slates, ou Tues-day, Jan. 4. The Gougenhiem libel ease against Ihe lark G.inpsw was discussed by Judge Hoffman, in the U. S. District Coutfc. The rteam-r John A. Stephens leftSan *"*» on the fftb, carrying 250 passengers and $1,682, 067. the Miss Ann Pamela Cunningham announces Mount Vernon Kecord, that she bad paid the in stallment of $57,000 due on Mount Vcrvou. to Mr John A. Washington.
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 8, no. 41, February 19, 1859|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Found dead", "In the woods", "New states and territories--when and by whom admitted", [col.4] "Important from Europe", "Great Britain", "Death of Col Francis Lee", "Latest from Kansas", [col.5] "Flare-up in the Senate"; [p.2]: [col.1] "The proposed 'Territory of Colorado'", [col.3] "San Anita Mining Company", "Movements of troops", [col.4] "From San Bernardino", "Taxation of property of the Federal Government", "A sucker of note--'Don Morrison'"; [p.3]: [col.1] "From New York", "New laws", "State Medical Society", "From Santa Fe", [col.2] "State of California, County of Los Angeles, in the District Court of the First Judicial District", "Probate Court, State of California, Los Angeles County, in the matter of the estate of Hilliard P. Dorsey, deceased"; [p.4]: [col.1] "A methrical divarshum at a fair", "Aphorisms amended", "Social hypocricies", [col.2] "City delinquent tax list", [col.3] "Probate Court, State of California, Los Angeles County, in the matter of the estate of Hilliard P. Dorsey, deceased", [col.4] "State of California, County of Los Angeles, in the District Court of the First Judicial District".|
|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 1859-02-12/1859-02-25|
|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. 8, no. 41, February 19, 1859|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m158|
|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|
|Repository Address||1511 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA 91108|
|Filename||STAR_540; STAR_541; STAR_542|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I
County of Los An jetes, f
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Benjamin D. Wilson, Plaintiff,
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