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Cos Angeles Star. Saturday, November 21. 1SGO. Pacific unit Atlantic TelegrnpU Line. Below we give an article, copied from the St Louis Democrat, concerning the affairs of the above telegraph company. We commend it to the consideration of our ciiizens generally. It ia very well to have telegraphic communication between this city and San Francisco, but to realize all Uw advantages of telegraphic facilities, the line must be extended at least to Fort Yuma ; and then, we arc assured by competent authority that, with the extension to Sherman, in Texas, a Pony Express will immediately besturled from lhat point, and all the advantages arising from such an enterprise secui^d to us. This is enforced in tlie able article which we append. The citizens ot Los Angeles have a deep intev <eBt in the success of this enterprise. They can give it a helping hand ■, it should be pushed for ward. And, although certain of our citizens have subscribed nobly iu stock, (Messrs. Stearns aod Temple,) the cash cannot, of course, be realized for some months ; yet, apart Irom this and tbe hauling done by Messrs. Banning and Bishop, the whole amount in cash contributed by the people of Los Angeles, does trot exceed $240. This, it must be coufeseed, is very slim patronage for an enterprise of ibis character. The whole cash and capital re quired to put the line through to tbis oily was,wt have been informed, furnished by Mr. MacCrel It has been but, two years since the people of: California were glad to receive their Atlantic news in twenty five days. It has since been re* dnoed by the operations of the Pony Expresa and telegraph to twelve days. By ihe extension 0* the lines named, and a fast expreBs. tbe time may be reduced to a little over one hundred hours. A briel interval will then elapse before the opera- ami C.iliiornia will exchange their congratulations over arid plains and turough mountain valleys, in as many minutes. The result will be coL'iuus in many respecis, for the message which leaves St. Louis at 5 o'clock a. M., will reach San Francisco at 2 o'clock a. m., three hours ahead of time. If any one doubts tbat this is a fast age, he can here find a stnkiag illustration. OUTRAGE3 ON OUR FRONTIER. Necessity foi1 ¿Mllltniy Prntetifluii. For some time past we have had to detail, almost weekly, the ouirages committed by a band of desperadoes, on our people in the Southern portion of this county, and more particularly in San Diego county. Thtse outrages are still continued, nd to such an extent that, as we have been Informed by a gentleman from San Diego county, il. absolutely necessary, when a ranchero leaves his house, to take with him a guard, armed to the teeth. Moreover, to prelect the stock from the depn dations of these outlaws, the bands are kept moving, never camping t.vo nights in the same place. This is a state of affairs which calls loudly lor redrjss. It is certainly too bad to tax people lor protection, and then leave them lo the tender mercy of the freebooter. To give one instance out of a thousand such : A poor woman, near San Rfport of llie Stand Jury. Gran» Jury Room, 1 Los Angeles, November '¿'¿a, 18ti0. J To the Hon. Court of Sessions : Tbe undersigned, Grand Jurors at the November Term of tlie Court o I Sessions for Los Angeles county, having disposed of all business pioperly before them, respectfully submit the following report of their proceedings: At their several sittings nineteen bills of in dictment were found nnd presumed to the Court against persons charged with the following of leuces, respectively, viz . Two bills of iiidietinuiit fur murder : lour fur grand larceny ; one tor burglary ; one lor perjury ; three lor assault with in- ¿OA one for robbery, and nine lor violation ol the statute against gambling, Tb.e tbargus agaiusl Char f a Moore and Jesus Lopez, lor shooting. &c., and against Gubriel Allen, lor assault tfcc-, were severally di.-missed. there being no tesiiniiiuy before us justifying other ae- Hou iu tbose cases. COUNTY AFFAIRS.' While it was ibe desire ol Hie Grand Jury to ;nvesligate thoroughly Hie present financial con nib a view to dii-cuver the the county, iish, of the Alta Calijornia newspaper, and his oiuo1 w l,l"""!1""' •"",v" ■ t rrr* "~" -* iriends These gentlemen, who have thus far D'^go. having a single milch cow, on which she — ..a iL.. ,...„ R t„i,M „„ thutv Bhnntítum mainly depended for support, was visited by four carried the line, financially, on their shoulders Irom Sau Francisco here, are ready to go forward with it, if the people here will only help them ■with cash I We ask the people of Los Angeles— Will you help the enterprise? If so, it will be completed to Fort Yuma by the last of March next, if not sooner. If the sum of S15.O0O be subscribed here, in cash, the balance will be provided. Mr MacCieilishhas, himself, furnished over double that amount. It is not asking too much from our citizens to subscribe that sum in cash. Surely there is euergy and ambition enough In the people of this great county to furnish that amount ol capital, when a single lii'm in San Francisco doubles the amount. We commend llie subject to the consideration of our moneyed men. The follow itig ¡e the article alluded to: We have rec-ived a pam hlet containing a copy of tlie Constitution of the Pacific and Atlantic Telegraph. Company of Caliioruia' organized iu Sin Francisco in tlie summer of the present year. The ollicer-" ot the Company are as follows: Pres- Heat. R. E. Raimond; Secretary, Fred. McOel- lis'i; Treasurer, Morton Olieesinan; Directors. B. E. Morton Clieesman, Fred. MacCrellisfi, W A Woodward. Leónidas Haskell, mil George M Williams. Messrs MacCrellish and Woodward are the proprietors of the Alta California, the largest newsitiper published iu San Francisco, and h ive embarked a huge capital in the enterprise, for the double purpose ol rendering it auxiliary to their newspaper ami realizing a profit on the rttvest merit. Mr. il. IL Haight is an old reside.it of lb city, and in connection with Fletcher M. Huiglit, E-q. will be remembered by many of our ci'izens, The other gentlemen are possessed of abundaut means, and a large majority of the stock, which is lix-d at $3511,000, is owned by the Directors. The Picific and Atlantic Company have chosen the Southern route lor the building of their tele graph, anil tuve extended tbe wires already to Los Angeles, a distance of lour hundred and eighty miles below Sun Francisco. Los Angeles is one of the oldest settlements on the Pacific coast, and contains a large and thrifty population. The celebration ol the opeoing of telegraphic communication between this place and Sau Francisco, took place on the 5th inst.. and war ed as quite an impon of these ruffians ; they demanded meat ; the poor woman had none ; they went to the corral where the cow was, in front of the door, killed it, cut off hat th.'y wauled, took it into the house and compelled the woman to cook it for them. Such scenes as these are of frequent occurrence; they are practised on all, the poor having to suffer as well as the ticb. Now, if a sufficient military force were sent toSan Diego, to protect the country along the line, and cooperate on tbis side with Esparsa on the other, the country would soon be cleared of these robbers The efforts of Espai'sa io establish peace and order in Lower California are fruitless, when, by crossing the line, criminals can evade justice. And there apparently a good deal of truih in the charge, Unit the authorities on this side countenance these out laws, when they will take r.o steps to arrest them. The population of San Diego is sparse ; scattered over a large extent of country, they are open to plunder, and there is not sufficient of them to maintain constant watch and ward along the boundary line. This is suppos d generally to be the di ty of Government ; ¡.nd we therefore call upon the gal lnnc and experienced officer now in command of the Department ot Calilornia, to tuke the exigencies of the people along the line into his consideration and we arc satisfied he will at once afford them that protection so urgently demanded mure immediate causes of its emban'¡w>menls, we reluctantly find lhat we cannot employ Ihe time and labor necessary to that end. Our aUrut.on. however, io some exient. has been given to tbe assessment rolls of the county and the actien of tlie Bo«rd ot Equalization. thereon. The most noticeable feature in ihe aciiun ot said Board is reduction, by summary resolution, of a large number of assessments lor lb? current year, by this proceeding not Only was the n)-Called "equalization" of tlie valuation of property rendered unequal—a musí material reduction in Ihe revenue ol ibe county effected—but, what is of the first importance, the entire assessment of th" county. toosl likely, is invalidated. It is also apparent that the reductions relerred to and the so edule nf valuations of property adopted by the Board has had the immediate eli'ect to exempt., in a great de gree, the more wealthy owners from the payment ol iheir equitable share of taxes, aud impose directly the greater burthen of taxation, upon less extensive proprietors. The immediate object ot taxation is the production of revenue. Tbe law clearly contemplates that all faxes should be lev ied equally and eqnitaby, and does not favor or exempt one class o! property to the prejudice ot another; and yet. the action of llie late Board of Equalization has directly tended to that result.— Thus, while this injudicious, partial, and. perhaps, illegal, system ot valuation, has greatly diminished tlie county revenue, its operations have been, by rendering luxation unequal, to impose burthens more directly upon individuals tíiari to levy lax'-s upon properly. Notwithstanding the gnat reduction made by the Board ot Equalization in the assessed valuation ol property lor the present year, the amount, of taxable properly is shown to be greater, by mi re than live hundred thousand dollars as compared with i he assessed valuation for the year 1859. This excess over the preCi ding year cannot, mi our judgment, be attrib uied so much to the introduction or appreciation ol property in the county, as to the energy and igilance of the County Assessor and his assist- FALL AND WINTER GOODS! Imported Olreet Irom France, England and Germany. Sei.ectkd bt oür S. L^ZaRD, himself. G-r^-at Assortment Of Plain and figured French Delaines; Cashmere Dresses; Ladies' Cashmere Delaine morning gowns; Plain French Merino, from $1 to $'¿ per yard ; Plain Black Silk; Colored Silks; Silk Flounce Dresses; aid a great variety of other bilk Dresses- Ladies' fancy Head-dress—nil colors; French Calicos— latest style, 25 to 50cts pr. yd; Linens, Vallenciene Luces; immense assortment oí DRESS TRIMMINGS. ALSO. Gentlemen's Furimliiiig Goods Clothing, Sliii-ts,, Hosiery, Ac. 8. & A. LaZaRD. Los Angeles, Nov. 24th, I860. am SELECT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 01V MONDAY, JULY 9tft, a Select Hcbool for Giils will be opeued by MibsHott, in this City. TERMS: For instruction in the Higher Branches of an English education, with Preach, Drawing and Ornamental Needle-work $5 00 For the Common Branches, with Needlework 3 00 For the Elementary Branches 2 00 REFKItL'.NOKS. Judge Dryden. Judge Ogier. Jodo-e Scott. wen J»'"' Padilla. J s" Mallard, Esq. . N. A- Potter. Esq. J. Newmark. E-q. L Samsevain, Esq. Messrs Norton & Green- Dr. Hayward. bin in. A limited number of Hoarding Scholars will be received on reasonable terms. No 2 GmursoVs; Row. Alameda street. Los Angeles. July 6. I860.' jv7 Wotice t;o Debtors, ALL persons indebted to the undersigned, either by note or book account, are berebj required to come forward and settle forthwith, ot the same will be plnced in the hands of the proper officer for collection. ■ C. DUCOMMÜN. Los Ang les, November 24, 1860. lm BANNING & HINCHMAN. mITE undersigned have this day formed a nopart- I neiship, under the name of PANNING k HINCHMAN as Forwarding and Commission Merchants, and Dealers in Lumber. Iron, Coal, &c. Their places of business will be in Los Angeles and N„w San Pedro. pmNEAS EANNIN(). AUGUSTUS C ¡1INUHMAN. Oct. 1, 1860. oct6 ., f- \a/ c TT (~\ E-5 F „„Pa,Sr!ÍtSVrVk CR0CKEÍY AND GLASS WARE, 1 undersigned, under the style of Edwards & Pei.- " FANCY CÜTLEM, ,uit. in the Livery business, is this dajjhssolyed by I KA^k 5 mutal consent. JAS. EDWARDS. D. K. RENNET. Los Angeles, Nov. 21, I860. a4tl NOTICE pi-IE elected and qualified Justices of¿ the Peace 11HE elected and q of Los Angeles ounty, are notified to convene at the Court House in the City of Los Angeles, on the first Monday of December, A. D. 1800. at 10 o'clock, A. ML, of that day, for the purpose of electing two oí their number Associate Junti* ces of the Court of Sessions, for Los Angeles county. Given under my hand at Chamhers, this 21st day ol November. A. D. 1860 nov24i2 W. G. DRYDEN, County Judge. Sheiift's Sale. '-Sa. Common Schools. We have been permitted to examine the elabo rate report ol the Superintendent of Common Schools for this county, for the year ending Oct, 3bt, 1860. From it we extract the following items: Number of children between 4 and 18 years ol age—boys, 1.186 ; girls, 1.167. Number ot children under 4 years of age, 688. Number of chii- he Mb in,L. and was vegard- I drec between IS and 21 years of age, 207. Total unt event. The dimcpUie* number of children, of all ages, born in Calilor- which Have attended the building of Hie telegraph ma, 2.396. Number of deaf and dumb, irrespec- to Los Angeles were num.mus. Many ofthe ¡ f x Numbei oí blind, irrespective of poles were transom teil ¡our im.Mlied miles, atan n expense of ten dollars each, and the men ernpl >y- aSe> 5- Total number of children attending ed in the work ofteu labored when ihe thermome schools, enrolled, 160. Average number of pu- ter stood at U0° iu the shade. Much of the conn pft ¡g daily attendance, 140. Number ol sctools n the county, 7--of which 3 are grammar and 4 COUNTY PRISON. In the management of the County Jail, the Sheriff and Jailor highly culpable. After proper examination, it was with regret lhat we found much to condemn. The seveml apartments weri' in very bad condition ; emiaing, from heaps ot filth thai had been suffered to accumulate, a (post unwholesome" and offensive stench. The sick prisoners, ot whom there are two, complain of a luck ol' pioprr mrdical attendance and suitable lood. We deem it highly important that the entire premises should he immediate!; cleansed and precautions taken to insure greater cleanliness for the future. Iu other respecis, tbe management of county prison has been very defective. a<id the duties of ihe officer in charge very carelessly per formed. It was in ample evidence belbie us that, owing lo the absence, negligence and incapacity of ihe jailor, several persons, committed t'orpi'tty offi-nces, were detained some wc ks afttr their li-rm Of sentence lud expired ; and one, wlio had been regularly senleuced and committed for the term of six monlhs. and a tine of $30 imposed discharged by the jailor, without fin erne nt. Another. by one of the coun .nd suf- try on the route is barren of water, and nearly the whole of it barren ol timber. The company has collected afresh assessment, Irom its stockholders, to push forward the work to Fort Yuma, and although the difficulty of hauling poles and wires across the Colorado Desert, where the sand is so deep that the lightest vehicle cannot be drawn faster than a walk, is greater than any which has peen overcome before, the company will prosecute the work with energy and pei severance to successful completion. In addition to this determination, which by this time is in prats tica, operation, a contract lias been executed with responsible parlies, for the transportation of poles for nearly two hundred miles up the valley of the Gila, iu Arizona Territory. The character of the gentlemen engaged in this work is a sufficient guaranteed their pecuniary ability to carry out their engagements to the letter. When tiie line reaches Fort Yuma there will be a gap between the California telegraph and Fort Smith, Arkansas, of 1,200 miles. We learn that negotiations are now pending lor an extension of the Stebbins line from Fort. Smith to the Red ri er, at Sherman.Texas; and propositions have been exchanged between the Stebbins Company and the Pacific and Atlantic Company. l.o Imild and forward each end as fast as possible, each company to contract an equal number of miles. The Missouri River and Western Company, owning the Fort Smith telegraph, find lhat the line does not pay working expenses, and ev nces the utmost willingness to eitend the wires any reasonable distance that is likely to bring the whole line a rev enue. Formerly a Urge amo'unt ol California news was telegraphed from this city for the pn>ss of California, lo be forwarded from the limit of the wires to that Slate by the Overland Mail coach, but the success ol the Pony Express has effectually broken up lhat business for tbe presi nt, and the only plan of securing an immediate re turn oil the capital invested in the Fort Smith telegraph is to push it forward lar en.ni¡rh to coin pete with Its northern) rival in the earliest dis- .patch of news. This may be don» by building to Sherman, and running a Pony Express thence to Fort Yuma, which will not. cost a trifle, and which ci'iild be run twelve months in ihe year without any interruption whatever. Although, as we have before slated, Hie Pacific Telegraph, authorised to be built by act ol Con- g.ess», and for wlneli tin- Federal Government has agreed to pay $40 1)00 per annum, ha« been decreed to follow the Pony express mute via Fori Laramie and Carson Va ley. it is still believed by most of those interested in the enterprise, that ihe Southern rouie is th* best (or working 3 telegraph, owing to Hie ease and f'aci I it-y of ki-eping ihe wires in repair, and more than all to the danger our llinnder storms and atmospheric influence upon the Upper Platte river, the effect ol whicb has already be-n demons)rated by tli.' disasters to the Kansas and Nebraska lines west of St. Joseph, and as far noilliwesi as Omaha. Hence, as an auxiliary Pacific T'dfjiraph, to divide the business with ¡Is neighbor, ihe completion nl ihe Southern line is of vast importance to the Pacific coast and to the -Atlantic States. II ii. should teppvn thai the severe winters of ihe Rocky Mountains will interfere with the workiogof llieNorihern line, or thai thunder slorm*. or lightni na ireaks wil! destroy iti a-ef I'ue b temp n'arily, tne c 'inmuniC'ition be- tweim ihe two ncatrs will still be kepi open by the other, 'The State of California, with a keen p-rception of the ivce-siiy of two lines, has provided a tuinas ot S00.O0.1 to ihe eo «pa,uj openinü tie first Aihmllc aud Pacific telegraphed ¡MO.000 to the second. nmry ry. Total number of boys taught in thi county, 268 ; girls. 192. Valuation of public school buildings, $7,000. Amount of school fun received from Ihe State, $2.433 98 ; from county taxes, Si,326 9G. Amount raised in ihe districts by private subscriptions, tax, &c, $3.507 64. Re* chipis for school purposes. $7,294 83, Amount paid lor teachers' salaries, $4.827 19. Amount expended in erection and repaiis ol school houses, $1.733 36. Amount expended for other purposes, Deluding rent. &c, $1,102 71. Making a total amount expended for the year of $7,663 26. The number of children in the county, of all ages; is 3,248. Number of mule teachers employeddunng the year. 6 ; lemaleS—ó of whom design to make teaching a profession. The names of the Trustees for the several diss tricts are as follows : Los Angeles District—Thomas Foster, J. C Pe.inie, H, D. Barrows. Mission Vieja District—W.C, Martin, Jonathan Tibbets, Patterson Bowers. El Monte District—James McManus, N. Beardslee, Harvey Skiles. Santa Ana District—T. J. Scully, Benj. Dreyfus, D. Buruel. San Gabriel District—B. D. Wilson, T Burdick E J. C. Kewen. upon auihority, after three days an Indian, was placed in p1 ty officials, upon some undefined cliarue, ¡ lered to remain over two months, without nation or commitment, for any apparent Ii was also in testimony be1 ore us that, from causes above mentioned, prisoners were frequently pui in and taken out ol jail by the township ofti oers, without the knowledge of the person in charge. The general condition of the jail, no less than tlie safekeeping oí the prisoners, imperatively demands a ihorouirh changein the m mage mem and direction in all things relating to the county prison. COUNTY OFFICES. The large amount now paid as rent for buildings for couuty purposes is su^gesiive of the necessity of preventing, as Soon as possible, this heavy out. lay and demand upon our already exhausted ireas- ury^ As a measure of economy, we would respectfully recommend to the consideration of the Boarrl of Supervisors the propriety of taking proper steps for the buildin State of California, County Ol Los Angeles, BY virnie of an execuiion issued out of the Dii trict Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of the State of California, in and for the city and county of San Francisco, in the suii of Goodman Castle and James Freeborn vs. Francis Melius, duly attested on the ilth day ol November, a.d. I860, I and tome directed ; I hav ■ levied upon all the right, title, and inter- deem 'est of the said Fran is Melius, iu and lo the following described parcels of Real Estate lying, situate, and being in the city and county of Los Augeles, and State of Calilornia, to wit: That lot of land situate on the north westerly side of New High street, of said cily. between the lots of John Temple on the souduve'st, aud oi Benjimin S. Eaton on the northeast, haying a front of one hundred feet on said New High street, and running back therefrom northwesterly with ihe same width two hundred teet, more, or Ies3. together wiih the hereditaments and appurtenances Also, that other parcid of 'and fronting on Spring street of said city, and bounded on ihe southwest by the lot now occupied as an office by the ''Los Angeles Star" newspaper'; on the northwest bv the lot conveyed to Francis Melius by the city of Los Angelas, for by a street recently opened,1 and on the northeast by the lot o1 land lately conveyed to John Temple by Francis Melius, by deed recorded n the office of ihe County Recorder of Los Angeles county, in Book 4, pages526 and 527 of deeds; and lo whii'h reference is hereby made:for a more pat"i- cnlar description ; together wiih ihe tenements, he- ■diiaments and appurtenances to said parcels of ■al estate, or either of them, belonging; both of said lots being ihe same that were levied upon by me on the 24th day of September, a.d. I860, by virtue of an attachment, issued out of the Twelfth District Court, AND WILLOW WARE. Be an dry's Brick Jiuilding, Aliso street, Los Angeles. G. C. DAVIS BEGS to inform the public, tbat he. has commenced business, iu the abovi line, in Beaudty's Bi iok Block, when he has on hand a LARGE STOCK of all kinds ol goods belonging io that branch of busineiiir —COMPRISING — C3foc¿kery ami Cilnss Warn, Stoii* "Ware, Fancy Cutlery and Willow Ware, Sliver Plated Goods, Ir. great-variety- Coal OI> auit Cumpliitnj LanijiK. (giiarauLiM.il tu give satLl'nction,) - — ALSO — COAL OIL ANO C.\MPHE9í¿E. Having had long experience in the business, the stock has been laid in lo suit this market, every thing being of the newest and most elegant myle, anil baviiiji been purchased lor cash, will he di<- posed of on the lowest terms, for small profits. Those intending to purchase, would do well incalí and examine the stock. As the undersigned! has made his home here, his best efforts will be directed to give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. G. C. DAVIS. Los Angeles, Ocl. 20th, 1860. BELLA UNION HOTEL, New Brick Fire-Proof Building, LOS A GELES, PLASHSiER & WINSTON, - - Piojjrletor«- rpHE TRAVELING PUBLIC will find accommo- _L dations in this Hotel equal to any ¡u the State. Tlie Bed Kooms Are large and airy. Families can be accommodated with suits of rooms. The liüís of Fare Are inlerior to none in the State of California. The Stages. The Great Ovi-rlaud Mail Stage to and from San. Francisco and St. Louis; the San Pedro siagei. (connecting with ihe steamers fn m Sun'Francisco and Sau Diego ;) also, tbe San Gabriel, El Monte and Sau Bernardino stages arrive at, aud depart irom, this Hotel. Attached io Ihe Hotel, are a large Billiard and Bar Boom, where none but the best brands of hU the'abovVémiÜed action.¡3"»" and C'gars are kt^u v Court Hous NOTICE is hereby given, that on SATURDAY, the 15th day of December, A.D. i860, at Eleven o'c'ock, a.m. of Baid day, iu front of the Court Bouse door, in the city and county of Los Angeles, I Wil sell all ihe right, title, nd interest ol the said Francis Melius, in and to the hove descrih.-d premises, to the highest bidder, or bidders, ior cash. T. A. SANCHEZ, Sheriff. Bt A. Ridley, Under Sheriff. Los Angeles, November 2'2d, IS60. ■ the ¡iking of judicious i-i-paii'K upon the old a Court the one. The building at present occupied House is but indifferently suited io the purpo-ei required. Some addiiional furniture is urgently necessary lor the proper preservation ii Clerk's ofiice of the county files and records, COUNTY HOSPITAL. The County Hospital, under Ihe management of the Sisters of Charily, we lound in all respecis in ,t siactory condition. The neatness and cleanliness of ihe apartments and premises indicate no lack of attention upon the pai l of the ladies in charge. We would, however suggest the grea.i, necessity of such further arrangements being mude as to prevent the crowding of different classes of patients in a single room. Additional apartments for ihe sick are greatly needed-—which, ¡f pr.ivided, would doubtless have a most beneficial effct upon the health of patient», and greatly contribute to the convenience and comfort ol all concerned. HONDS OF COUNTY OFFICERS We would call t-he attention ol the District At lorney lo the propriety of requiring new bonds from the County Surveyor aod County Assessor HEREBY GIVEN to ml parties interenteJ. _ thai the undersigned has been duly appointed Assignee of Francis Melius, Insnlv.nt. A. P. HINCHMAN. Lo» Angeles, Nov. 15.1860. novU GREAT REDUCTION! BOARD AND LODGING $1,2=3 io Sl,SO ^D©r aJay- WriAT CHREE HuUSE. San Francisco. K. 1!. WOODWARD; Nov. 1st, 18G0.nov24 Proprietor. Rancho db la La Likbkk. ) Los Angeles county, October 18, 1860. J THE partnership heretofore existing between MesKrs. BláHOP & BEALE having bren dissolved by mutual consent, all persons indebted to the said firm of Bishop & Beale will please make- immediate payment : and any one I avinp claim» against .-aid firm will present them for settlement at once to S. A. Bishop. oct27ml BISHOP & BEALE. NOTICE TO DEBTORS. ALL PKRSONS indebted to the undersigned, are requested to pay up, or the same will b= placed in the bauds of the proper officers lor collection. WORKMAN & BRO Los Angeles. Oct, 25th, 1800. District Court, First Judicial District—Hon. Bknj. Hatks, Judge .- - The regular session commenced on Monday, Nov. ^he official bund of the former we ihink insul- ,,,,', „„ _ , ficient, and the bond ol the hi let be in a vrid, by loth, I860. The followmg md.otments for murder ,,„,•„„..„„. j. F. Stepii,!ns. Forem,'„. were legally transferred Irom the Court of Sessions lMac Ratba». C. IlncoMmWi .1. Wolf J. 0. Baldwin. for the cognizance of ibisC-mrt, which parties were ^;^!V'll\f,!-1-!ivTm^^V^r"fh"-vXr-u""|k"i'iS7".,i'|(i.^ir5t»í'»ííu» niigned on the first day of ihe term. A.UIyard, Cliaile^ Chapman, A. M. ]' ' Juan Pablo, lor murder; Lawrence E der; Jose Ma. Espinosa, murder For Juan Pa hlo's cuse a venire for forty-eight jurors ordered on December 24ih Jose Ma. Espinosa; lime to plead extended t" Monday next, Lawrence Embers, demurrer; tobe argued to-day. A large number of civil cases for trial. Tub Statu Elkctu»;. — Uncertainty still vails as to the result <if the Stale election. Ac cording to the last returns we have seen, and undid find, Lincoln is 722 ahead of Douglas—112.246 votes being reporlcl. Fancy G-oods,—We direct attention to the ad vert sement of S. & A La/.ard, which will be found in another column These goods have been selected by Mr. S. La/,ard, in the principal European markets, and we are sure, will be lound to'beof ihe finest quality in their respective departments. Ladies would do well to visit the establishment of the Messrs Lazard, while Selecting their win tor dresses. PACIFIC ASPHALTUM ROOFING PATENT CHAS W MAELLER is my ¡uuhorized Age!l foi- the Pacific Asphaltmn Roofing Patent. L. MENANT. eing appointed Agent for the Pacific Aspbaltum Roofing Patent. I hereby announce to the public, that any order for Pavements, Roofing1, Cellar Floors, &c, will be promptly attended to, at the lowest prices. CHAS. W. MOKLLER, Agent lor the P. A. R. Company, sept22m2 Emerson's Row, Wolfskifs Rond. Taken Up ! ON the 26th ult., a dark brown mare- MULE, a working animal, having aSpsnisb brand, was found in the brush near the residence "f the undersigned ; had been fastened with a blnek hair rope. The owner can have the animal by proving property and paying expenses. novS B. H. LACARRA.Cahuengn. KTOTIOE. ALL PERaVONS indebted to the firms of Morris- Bros. & Co. aud Prager. VI orris & Co.. either in note or book account, are hereby required M> come loiward anil settle forthwith—it"not, the same will be handed over ior collection. MORRIS BROS & CO. PRAGER. MORRIS k CO. Los Angeles, Sept 1, I860. aepl Rain.—Tne first rain of the season visited us on iSMurday morning last, and continued, at intei- sals, for several days. Í¡nee then the days have heen warm and balmy, and the result is already perceptible 'in the vegetation springing up on the h lis and plains. It waB a most auspicious opening uf the rainy sea-on. The interesting le'tt.r of our valuable Sin Francisco correspondent, and a number of other ar ticl<-s. are unavrlinblv cmwdfd out this week. The Secretary ol War has given Gen. Harney leave of absence for a year, tu visit Kun-pe. The osa o1' 'his wile, together with the difficulties growing out ot the San Juan affair, has deeply af ■cted this gallant soldier. Paltaricido .signed. The last strain r look a r< port tha aod the Pro-Dictator ol Napl-hid r Los Angeles Lodge3 No. 42,F.& A.M. THE ANNUAL ELECTION of officers of the Lodge lor the ensuing year will be b.dd at lis Stated Meeting, on MONDAY EVENING. December 3d, 1860. ai 7 o'clock. The attention of members is called to Article IX of Ihe By Laws. By order of the W. M. W. H. PETERSON, Los Angeles, Nov. 20 18(50. Secretary Arrival!* at tH" Hplla Union Hotifl, for the Week cmlii.g Sovcmlier «3, IStJÜ. Thor-Leahy: W M UloRKtcm, W L Manly. San Gabriel; H Mann, li Smitli. Vi-nlia; Ja.m.s Unlmi-s, Miirfhics'; \V W T H San Inf!. S..n'i',-.i-,,; Jnhn A l-'..r.t, l-ort SI Aiiver; [.' Religious JVotice. Rev. W. E. Board-nan wil! preach at tbe County Court House, ou .Sunday, al IL o'clock, a. m. All arc Invited to attend. y compelí Our telegraphic dispatches last, evening were fill- |P! ed up will- secession movements in the South. The election news indicates that Bell has Carried ' "I0 Tennessee ¡md probably Missouri; Breckinridge the rest of tbe Southern Slates. l.ik... El pt Joh Mont ; (ieiir; iiismiin, OU : N A Nil ■ho,n-o. Ol'" K¿D l. Sa. I'e.lro Mc loiial-i. San Üí'i-nn.nli o; Wm ackson Jacks oville; Fra ok Lettoy. Ul ¿.Turril i-v; Mo- es JJal.y Virgi ia City Chas M Anrleirsc 3, Daniei Ander- nBra Klt.,ChF La tm,G/ watte rling. KTOTI 0 3E5. rpHE UNDERSIGNED intends to aoply to lb» 1 Governor of the State of California for the pardon of TIBUCIO VASQUEX. convicted of the crime of Grand Larceny, iu the Uourt of Session» in and for the county of Los Angeles, at (he August Term, 1857, on the ]()ih day of No» ember,. 1857. JUaN MA. SUPULVUXA. The undersigned acknowledge service of acopy of the foregoing. Nov. 10th, 1860. Wm, G. Dkyoun. County Judge. E. Droww, District Atty. who presented the indictment. A full, true and correct copy. novl7 Ai lest: John W. Shork, Clerk. TO SHEEP SPECULATORS! Here Is a chance to i (HUU1.K your CAPITAl» In Six Mouths! I TAKE NOT I G E! The Best llurgain ever (lltereil in Los Anselet! A Flock of Prime_Sheep for Sale! fpHIS flock is of the very best breed, and 5» J_ located seven mites from the city, upon • ranch which has proven lo be the most health} sheep ranch in the country, for the past six «ML There is abundance of feed mid water, and also. plenty of shade trees. The flock consisis of about fifteen hundred, more or less. They will be ao!4 together wiih the ranch, or separately. i Particulars may be known bv applvine to H. M¿ COHEN, I sep2íi At Mission San GabrioK DELINQUENT TAX LIST For the State and County for the Year 1860. yyt VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY IN ME J) vested, and in conformity with an Act of the Le^is!ature of the State of California, approved April 29th, A. D. 1857, entitled *'An Act to provide revenue for the support of the Government of the State," I have levied on and taken in execution tne hereinafter described property, for Stale and County Taxes, now due on the same. Notice is hereby given, that on TUESDAY, the 18th day of December, A. D. Iu60, at the hour of JO o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Cnurt House door, in the City of Los Angeles, I will proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bidder tor cash, enouggh of said property to pay the Taxes and ali costs to wit; Eaton, Jubn, ilo; 2 lot» N, containing 70 acres, 30 64 ■ anden, Vicente, Anaheim; 4 18 Finche;, John, Tchaetiepe; 124 48 ' i, JoKBph., San Fernando Hill; 64 43 Josepli, San Pedro; 3 25 t, JoKwph, Monte; "" ' 5 aerea of land adjoining Flasbin , Jcilin A, do Sanchez,.María Antonia; lot and house bet-vet-n 72 Olí Trinity and New Higli streets^ adjoin ing J HFO- ñ 8a*c3o.Vta,nte,«1ty 5 2?l the tan.!-ItiPreuntohplnncinn; 3000act es oV land i 135 acres of land, I ■ irker, S.vegnrt,Gentry & Prilchard, 14 Ud j' ; IS 11(1 a i of pastui 2!> :w Fog&l, Lore: bounded by Foreman, Hal Foley. Francis M. do. Felix, H.mu-l. finita A land in Santa Ana, Falvey it Co, Sao Gabriel Canon, 5 10 fetch, Noah, city, 37 26 Forben. H M. do, 40 64 ..'ran. Juan, (enluto >f) Jean Fnurciule, Adrar, do; í> acres ol viiieym-d bind, W by ri;m l'edro ruad, N by ri Wey.ser, 12 03 Foster, Stephen C. city; lot No 6 on Fourth street; 2.1 31! Foster. M M Lugo de, do; 6 acres of land in vines E Hide of Pan l'edro street, between Briswalter and Woodworth. 36 63 Green, I* 1), Tcliuel.epe; % biterfsl. in wnter ditch; Tehaehape; luta No 7 and 8 in ülock N, Hancock' Nam*3) ; íte.-üde.iices; Real Estate, descriplio Property; Amount of Tax. jlckard. John, ! Armstrong, fife Alvfl " L of; Personal on ,'10 : ; Kiitichu. ti,Monte ,r<;s of laud; ii Gn.ljriel: t 16 iey, 44 40 ■ovements in corral 6 on Fori street bounded t street tí by lioarduiau undivided pari of the 10 '9 21 16 10 K,', 234 1 88 11 »3 3 61 7 12 6 10 384 66 -lil 6 04 1! 48 HELLMAN & CO., TEMPLE'S BLOCK, Mam iSlroct, Books and Stationery, WALL PAPER, :f* AiisroY Gr00x>s, ÍIC, Í1C P, S.—I\.!WSl»all<il'S from all parts of the StaU'B ao<l Euvope. a» w^ll as tbe latest Publications, ularly rrjCuived by every steamer. jeiiS Lumber ,. 7 16 it . 2511 26 si ndo, Rancho de Bottiller Aeuíía, Teodoeio, Los Nietos; improvenv land of T, Colimas Albert, Joan, La fuente Alexander, Geo. €.; Fort Tejon; imoroveir Fort Tejon Abila. Manuel, city ¿bb<>t£ & ''"-i ^:U! Gabriel Cation: improved mining claims, &o Araajia, Juina, city; lot and house, East side of Main strciit. between Padilla and Lopes. 46 94 Arenas, Jnseía Palnmare?. de, San Jose Andrade, Fi-.ineisco, city 8 60 Alvarado. Sara, -i=ui Gabriel; 8 acres of farming land, adjoining Michael White Tarado, Juao de Dios, San Jose; improvements ASan Jose. ... . AUri, Juan Jesus, San Jose; 10 acres of land San.lose 10 ill) Andres. Juan. Nogales; 10 acres of land adjoini a.i.t.ino-0 Martinet " 14 78 Jose, citv; lot and iinprtveinents Kant f, Tejon, 9 14 Gentry, Mahal ,Azuza, 12 21 German. Jose, (Indian) San Gab]" land in San Gabriel, ti of J Courtney'. 10 69 Gregory. Auiiiisti.i.s. Sa.!, l'edro; sloop Ana Maria and schooner Victoria. 9 69 Griffin, AH, Monte, 9 08 Giitlitr rs, do, 20 44 Gardner, Titos H, do, 6 94 reen, Trancis, do; Impts on 160 acres land bounded by Green, Martin and Bowers, 60 83 Gilbert Jasper M, Ma.iito: lot and house in Lexlng- 15 64 jn 40 acres of land, i Marshall, 20 75 f) Los Nietos; 1200 29 02 2 34 Appodai South side of the eol¿ thti river, South of T Buruel, Tomas, San Juan; hou Flaia. adjoining Abila Bean, Roy T., Sau Gabriel Bernar, San tin!;", San Gabriel Brewste-, Albert. San Gabriel Belarde, Ignacio, i.us Cuervos Brown j John, San Pedro; sloop Ned Beale Brightl John M , Tehachap- Balaam. EVank F.. Monte Beale, Walter V., do.... Birdwell, Geo. G., do Bettis, Elijah, do; improvements on SO acres a: Uiid. bounded by 1'ritchard. Gentry, Day and Itu bottom. Balaai 2 28 nla Gertrudes, >; lot No 10, bloc¿k6, inOrd's survey, co, do, (¡or.diuau, M L, Ciénega, Gallardo. Francisco, Los Corralitos, Gales, Bryant La Prudencia, (¿ou/.iiU'K, Nieves, city; 1 acre of land ou the r adjoininj;- M Keller, Green, G. cit' Graham, Geo Goldstein, St, do, Gonzales. Guadalupe, do, Gomez. Jose ae ta Cruz, do, Grene's, Francisco, do, Gallardo, Rafael, do, lot and house and house on Fternity st, Gilchell, J R, city, Gray. B S, do; lot and house corner i College sts, ii ?! 1 Cureia. Francisco, city; lot and houi 60 30 28 Oil 6 01 6 09 e Charles, do; lot and houst .lining MKequena house cor Los Angel on Aliso and to Conn: ed S by Roqueña; y¡ itb the land atiach ruling and graui hj; ta icia; ..ity lots Nos ~ " n-vey; s. miiehii s the Salí' ■ High i and 1 i Woi tithe a Fort Monel . ::;, 617 I a 34 1 42 2 34 2 34 ty lots : o'l; land in tne cif, lands and S by city Méndez, Pedro, city: 1 tween Dolores Duel: \lilhinl H W, Arioyo b< " " Meii'ii of Eternity and . 12 SH . 2 34 . 32 TS . 12 81 of Bryant, B. &.', do; improvei laud bounded by Newm Butler, J. A-, do Benrdslee. N.; improvements o Bakei ii 11 Ratio and Cor Jose, (distiller) . „ Jose land, bounded North by .Martin and South by b««.i-» . 14 00 -ments on 160 acres of , Nicholson, and Fogle 21 70 9 50 acres of land, i.l by Day. Jackson and Cunningham , Robert S-, Alamos; sheep. &e El, Desidero, Santa Ana; improvements i house, orchard and vinevard Burke, John i., Monte; improvements oa land o San Fraiici>(jiiito. ml join ing Gass Borehara, Geo., city lirauer, Bern hard", do Bárrela, 11 trío, do; lot and house, [factional blo'ks Nos. 6 aud 31, North by Redon, .. . Bors, Teodore enlate of, (John Hoogstratten,) do; 21 acres of land Fast side of the "! ' *"■* North by Wolfskin Baits. Peter, do, lot and ho tween Geo. Lehman and h\ -. „_„„ Burke, J. H., do 12 44 Bren nan, Patrick, do 4 IS Briley. Riley, I.os Cuervos; improvements in Los Git Cesarla. Azusa; iiupt.s on ^zusa «a Gilbert, Geo S, city:3 city lots. German. Jose Antonio, La Ballon», Hart, Aaron, Tehachepa, Hart, David, do, Hon, AW, do. Holden, Warren, Bear Valley, Hayes, R T, Kescrration. Hiiinon, Geo !■', Near Sinks Tejon, Harbison, John, (E A Sherman, Agt) Sal Hnlisler. J H, Los Nietos, How In ii (¿1, Win H, Santa Catalina, Hana, .1, Monte, Harris, Andrew J. do, Bow. rdtoi .do, . 33 58 . 41 79 . 8 81 . 4 IS , 15 39 5 82 . 38 62 is. bounded by H¡(¡- 37 70 10 69 14 68 2 84 13 68 11 14 12 o: 24 40 2 34 4 IS 23 47 6 01 18 Sk 4 27 n the S W cor of Aliso and 10 09 1 23 55 12 14 v lots Nos f) and 1 in block R; s 1. 2, 3, 4. 5, 0, 7 and 8 in blocl. No the city, hounded N and K by city Hiding lots 18 10 and house on Bull st be- and Jose Jlascarel to 10 60 Juan; impts in San Juan 12 03 ides Gabriela, citv; loi and house on Fort st ,-een Gabriel and < oilins Wadhams 14 36 Ilo Brigieto, Santa Ana; 40 acres of land " Madegan Mary, city; lot Alameda sts ¿eewauder Wm, Monte; impts on 90 acres in the Poltero Grande, bounded N by Lee, F. bv Gardiner, Sbv Newman 1212 ewman Bernard, Monte; impts on SO acres, bounded by Nicholson, Bryant, Fogal and I'ritchard 20 85 ieto Eulogio. Las finisas; GOUO acres grazing land in Las Bolsas Rancho 33 13 ly; 39 32 .., do; lot and house on Kternity =g 1J Domínguez 6 52 ...... ,e Ma, city, lot nnd house on Kternity st between Jesus (¿ijada and Jose Zotelo 3 76 Nichols John G, city; lot and house W side of Main st, hounded N bv Henderson, K by Main stand W by Dalton ¡'tin Hilario, San Juan Capistrano Ortega Francisco, San Gabriel Talmadge. F. do; mpts on 20ac es N by Murphy E bv Wnitlev SI 11 39 Thurman, FM. d Truiillo, Jose Ma la. Los Nietos 6 10 t'lalloid. Thoma city 2 34 Tilden, A F, city lot and impts SWeot of Pico and Figuero sts 9 77 Thompson, Sam ie! S, Monte; opts on 40 acres of land near Lexi ngion .1' fn citv 28 90 28 07 Trafford, John, d i; i in fits nil the Laguna Rancho 4 21 Teshinaker. Joh ; lot and lioust ou Main st extend- 66 12 Thouip :.' .1 30 80 Thompson, Maui 11 53 Uribe. Serafina, itv"; lot and ho ise in Negro Alley botw Guerreri aod Apablasa 7 65 Vice, Nathaniel Monte; Iniptat n 15 acres of land bounded bv H. wers, Shr.klefo d. Morse and Hunks 24 pr el. Dalion'sRa cho 6 38 Lumber I \ a;- inst arrived Tlie schooner "General Harris Uirnin, with 125 M Feet of Redwood Lumber, WELL &8S08TBD, .-\.nrl of tbebéW qnnlily over brought ta this pluee For sale at iff. KELLEE'S Lumber Yard, Jtlan&da Strerf, Also. Doors, Sashes, &c. October 24,1857. Hardware and Blacksmiths5 Tools, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, &c. rnllii rabscHber otters for sale, at his atore poulb X side ol Commercial street, a large and exteo* sive aesorimeTit ot the above wares, which he wilt sell, at wholesale or retail, at greatly reduced tefe. L. JASZYNi-KY. Vauehan. Y F. Si Valenzuela, l.uis Vignes. VF. citj adjoining Sain sladj. i Boatman, W. E., c street, between 1'. B Bodard, Henry, do.... Diquelle, Dr Buelna. Jose, city; lot Angeles River, adjoij Brittoni; S one, do... n- i0va. Felice, do.. ty; lot and house o inning and McLaren. , do.. .... 26 95 .... 13 00 ,, 1 41 ml house East 6Íde ot Los ng Bora IS Ai B 119 09 1 41 15 20 . B., do.. . Peter,'do; lot and house southwost corner ■ street, being lot 6 block. 3 .do • Bantu, A D, do; impts c gins. Vise and Moore, " 11 10 Hanks, «eo M. Monte. 3 70 Ila1 hav.'ny. Hale, dn; impts onlfiO acre* land, bounded bv Fogii!, Wijiiririi-, Crane and Shackl(.f(,rd 9S 20 Hicks. Homer It. Monte; impts on 160 a res of land nded on the E by Justus, W bv Taffe, fi 46 Holt. A J. Monte, Hunter, Geo, do, - 3 25 Himini-lrnan, A. Anaheim, San Francisco; lot No 6 in block C, Anaheim, Hancock, Henry, San Diego; 3000 acres land in Rodeo de las Afínas; S acres land in Vineyard, adjoining Prudhonitne; lot and ¡mpts corner Fori and First sts; lot and hou^e near brick kiln; 2 vacant lots near Hunter's li"-e kiln; 560 acres of land (16 lots) in various parts of the city, not irrigable; impts on Main st N of E Celis; 70 acres of land on Main st, opposite Ii Celis, 333 38 Hinkle, Wm, Monte, 9 60 1-lalton. .lohu, AKiisa; impts on 160 acres of laud 8 of Dalton. 4 18 1 Inward. Jlmiiel. Encino. 27 lil Howard. Volnev E. San Francisco; 55.000 acres of [ land in the Mission claim of l^an Gabiiel; 30 acres of lanrl W side of San Pedro rnad, between McDonald fc Wilson and Leech ti Baker, 91 76 Hunter. Joseph, citv 16 acres of land, bounded ¿N - 22 18 by Messer. E by river, S by Keller. 22 08 Harvev, Henrv, citv ; impts or. Spring st, between lu 95 Sell ii in.fker and F .1 Carpenter. 6 51 „? a^ Harvey, Walter II, city; lut ou Spring st, ndjoining 112 04 7 85 2S4 .™ „ , 613 itiveras Juan P, Santa Ana, A Langenberger, agt; 2.2000 acres ol' pasture land Caño »" de San a Ana 166 88 ;sa Vicente de la. El Encii o;4060acres . the Encino Rancho 58 68 .hoi-¡i ]-"..-lip(... Mi-ion Vieja vera Desiderio (heirs i>l) citv, 12 acres of land with 1500 vines the: " r livcra Miguel. Laguna; imptt ._ „ Uvera Juan de Dios, Sania Ana 6.10 per I SK, city: ó acres of vineyard,bounded N by C F. Thorn and W by A Stearns rtiz Teófila, city; "lot and house ou Eternity st San Pedro st S of Ur- i La Laguna 22 14 An^eh's Veil. , Devi i-¿ iifBoi 'do' ; lot add house E side of Los Vennt. , .. em , Simeon, Sol Lazard uiio.it, do; lot and house NF corner of Bull and High sts 8 35 Werder. Herm m, Aoatieim; lots and impts No 7 in Anaheim, range H 10 14 Wil mu ski, C, Tejen; impts in Tejon 46 94 Wilson, linbt. at Bishop's 10 61 W.-ldt, William, Tejon 7 44 Waii.de, Warren. Monte 4 18 Wiirgin-, Thos J, do; impts on 160 acres of land N by Bowers K bv Tibbitts and Sbv Hanks 12 Wiggins, FM, do; impts on 80 acres of land N by Bryant E by Pi-itchard S by Hathaway 1, Wingerton, John II, citv; '¿S acres of land bounded Ebv the river S by Bush stand N W by M. Keller 1 Weinschenck, A, do Wilson, J, do; lot and impts on New High streets ofSeil 4 Wilson, Richard, San Galiril Canon Whitehorn, «eo. house and lot No 2 in Spring st lot No 8 city survey Í Warnei " T " - "* adjoin ¡res of land nd house on i San Redro st v High st tv;10 S of Ha.rdy Otero .lose, city; lo üllvarex Tomas. Alamitos Oshurn Wm B, city Olivera Ham on, do Reren Tomas. San Juan Packard Albert, Santa Barbara; 48.400 Island of Santa Cal a I i oa, lyinr- oil" the coast about 23 miles southerly from the Port of .San Pedro the boundaries of the same the water's edge les, San Pedro i'ritchard James, El Monte: impts on 160 acres of land bounded ¿N by Twedy, W by Fogal, S by Bettis Parrish E C, Monte Rotts James W, do; house in Lexington Parker James L, do; butcher shop n 18 8 12 03 9 59 6 01 2 ot Baldwin .Jam lla-t.dii F-, do Bellarde. Toi nas, Sa: its Ana; Bryant. Josei its. , San Pedro.. Beaudy & Ma «hrí-iui It, city. Br-lll.-v , C. H ... Clayton , Joel , Cla; rtón 's.. Cou| , Ram ., Aiu . Antonio, San Gabriel Coy, H. B.. Monte -. Clementson, James and John, do; improvements on 100 acres of laud, bounded hy Thompson. Smith. Parker and Fryer ¿ 24 79 Cummin.;-, liobert. do; improvements on 100 acres of laud, bounded by Merrill and Chapman "" on Chapman, Richard, do; house at Tempi. ' " Clarke, Walter, do ' Cooper, James A.., do; improveir—*- "■ land, bounded by Swigga.t Gentry - Colli. ■ " ' O M Company, Harvey, Ellen, city; lot and hoi tweén Downey and Jones, Howe. Joseph city. IladU-v. Kljcnev.er, do, Holies. Dolores, do, Helm, Chatham, do; lot andhou yin and New High sts. Hart. Leopold, city, Humbert P, At, a Fort st. be- 3d 55 sof the Horn's Wheel of the Ranch 2 ie block No No 8 in block No 24 Nos 6 ; Fort st ad.joi , being o ngM« ndihic' lito ;lota milis o 6 acres of land E UNITED STATES HOTEL. IVI-etiia Street, Los Angeles. THE SUBSCRIBER liavinp leaned the above ust,.btisli..lent, begs leave toinlorm th-t public that he has refitted and retwr- njehed tht; fHme. and that it will be con- ,.. 1 the very beststyie. The table will be liberally supplied with everything the market af- fords, and everv rare will be taken to make the UNITED .STATES HOTEL a comfortable home for boarders. ¿itached to the Hotel is a BAR, where the best of liquors tuid cigars am feepl Terms, moderate to suit the times, A. W. SCHULZE. Los Angeles. June 30, 1880. je80m6* Lands for Sale. QAAA ACKliS FARMING LAND, TN EL • ÍV/vJVJ Monte Township, in quantities to suit purchasers. Title confirmed by Supreme Court of the United Rta'es. Also, several thirty-five acre Lots within tbe city limits of Low Angeles, susceptible of irrigation. Apply to JOHN 0. WHEELER. Los Angeles. Aug. 4. 1860. MM 5 6'J 2 34 Pavqnal D V, ¿Monte; ¡mpts on the Potrero Grande bounded hy Tlhhels, Martin and Bowers Pierce í; Gib^mi. Monte; ['aimer 11 K. do ; i'arl.er Wm. do: impts on 50 acres Mission land, N b> Fryer, K bv Murphv, W bv McCov ; Fen fold Chai. Mimte; ¡m^t.s on 60 acres, N by Tweedy. E by RnboUom, S by Narboe 1'olioreno Juan, Los Nietos; Impts Paco Jose. Pancho tie loa Feliz " " " Nietos, ning M Lclong Wallace, A 0, citv Williamson, Nelson, do Wilson, Peter, do; lot and house S Ecornerof Sprinsí ano First streets 2-1 G5 Wallace, Willi;.ni A. S Lazard agent; lot and liou N W corner of High and Trinity st Winfree, Richard. La i'uenta Yokeum, A M, Tejon Canon Yorba, Jose Antonio, San Joan; 'mints in San .Tu; Eskleof the river Ynurce, James R. Monte Yiiiiii.l','Wiii, La Ballon a John I), city; lot and hous :tw Alvarado and Phil ips Yutgens. Henry, do " lung, Itomatdo, do; lot and hou Given nnder my hand, in the City of Los Ange- i, this 24th day' of November, A D. 1860 T. A. SANCHEZ, Sheriff, and Ex-Oftkio Tux Collector. a Los Nietos s C, city, .nd hoi , Ao, sMill.. 2 34 7 08 1 L.,do: ments I of Hobbs, < . , Hi'ini'ich, H, do ILr/.ard. A M. do: impts on 140 acres of land bt the S btinndary of theci»y ln.nds; impts on lo1 block 1?. bel.nv school bouse No 1, Hnber, Joseph. Sr, city; IR acres of-vineyard!; bounded by the river, Keller and ¿Messer, Hnber, Jiiseph, ,!i', cily, Havncs. W T, do, H-li-iU- CI. & Uros, do; 28 acres vineyard lai «ido Van Pedro road, J P Oivnby and L Bejar, ■.nd South land, bounded bv Hathaway and Contreras. J.ise Maria, Santa Ana, Castro. Zacarías, Los Nietos Contreraa.s, Cornelia, Old Mission., Cañeta, Francisco, San Juan; hou 4 IK 4 18 qui .dj,-filing Joa- 2 34 20 53 32 63 E¡aui;ii.vJ'"ío*t; and house West les street, South of Alvarado... 66 05 i. Gao., San Pedro Rancho.. Cuduebaek. G. P., El Monte.. Centre, David, Si ™ — side of Los Au Coi. S. B-. city Chapman. Charles, do; 3 acres of land West side of San Pedro street, between Urquidez ahd Viudez; one-ninth interest in Olvera's vineyard Carr, J. H..do... Chit . Bop. do.. , L. B., do... in. M ,<lo.. 60 25 2 34 2 34 «.', W S, San Gabriel; mpts a the Mis WS, LosCui Jenfta, E P. Monte, . . '■ . Jackson, James, do; impts on 30 ftcms land, bound- ' \.d bv Ui-.Hilev. Nelson and Temple, Johnson, John F C, Santa. Catalina; impts on Santa Catalina, Tr.luisón, Charles, Ja.szynsl.-y. L, city; 1 lot in block No 5, Range F, Jack i 24 if! In' fl-S 3 25 eket, Wm ilterson. Wm M. do; lot ¡ street, adjoining Keller, liter, Wm. do; lot, house an3 workshop oi da street. Perry feWnodwortl). do; lot and house • street, bounded North by Wm Abbott, a by Tomas A Sanche/.: ñ acre-, of vineyard ou «.<.- meda street, adjuinirit: Wm Wolfskill; lot and bouse corner of Main and Bridge streets, If Padilla., Juan N. d». 40 acres of land San Pedro street,-adjoining J. R. Scott and 1 Coronel: 44 do do, bounded bv I.a/ars Yeiar. North, bv C Yejai st, Gregorio Fraijo, Smith; lot a " ' r of Main and Liberty streets, Pesqueira, Miguil. do. Pryor, Paul. (Jobn Foster, agent.) San Juan; IT . Angelo High s 23 oa ALAMEDA BATHS. Main Street) at»ove the Plaza. LOS ANGliLEH. Open from 6 o'clock, a. m., till 8 o'clock, i*, s By , A. Ridley, iidcr Sheriff NOTICE. A LL PARTIES indebted to the undersigned. A. are requested to settle their accuntn forth nth, CHILDS. HIDUBN & CO. Lou Anseles, Nov. Hth. 1860. novl7 nl hous* nkia: , (io, Main street, ^„ _. H-, do Cardona, Pedro, do; lot and Iiouim. between J. Dehn and Ma. Jesus Lope.,., Callot, Jimes. do Conway & Waite, do Owraley. 8.B.. do Collins. Thomas t!., do; improvements on AUko «tre*l,, Weill of Edwards' livery utable Corbilt k Barker, do ! Canniii'ihiim, C O., Monte; improvementu on 160 ac'-en of ¡and, bounded North by lieardsley,South by Ig lacio Reyes , Cai.-m.-j. Hosa Vr.b'.e/., Sun Jose; 30 acres of land in San Jos*., between 1. Valdei and K. Belarde Castile, Joshua Ü Doiier, John. Tebacbape ¿Dokey. Albert, do ¿Davey, Wm. .!.. MUston Vieja; ad.ihe house andcor- ral, formerly owned by J. \V Smith.... Duarte Felipe. San Gabriel Douglas, I„ D., Monte 4Í1 '27 2 34 1 86 21 08 Jefferson Daniel.' do. lot and imptfl on Spring st, N Ceo Walters, S by J Mafcarel and W by Lehman, Jacobs. Lyman M, city, Jones, Edward, do, KclUi.'. M M. Tehachape. • - Michael, San Juan, Keller, James M, Monte; impts in thn Monte, Kihbe. <<<■"■ do, v John, do, Kanidoff. 1), city, Klein, Wm, Lenox. R»bt, Tejon. Leonard. Wm M. Colima's linncho. 1 eon L'se San Gabriel; impts on 160 ncr*S of land, Lee, Wm B. Mm.te; imptson ICOacres of land on the Potrero Grande, 1 ,-,.wv Bei'oiu'dino, Los Nieb huso, Velipe, La Mena; 1000 0 40 6 01 10 60 14 14 i i m 17 91 2 34 11 53 2 34 ed North by Paula Romero i Y. Abila ;S800 acres of land Pancho, being Iwo-fiftlis und Pico & Celis. San Fei the M Pico, Andres, del Encino; (ifE. H. Di street, bound- South by Antonio the Palos Verdef ided, ndo: 34T20 acres of land in ._-,,.., Fernando, 1200 acres of land in th^ Rancho and house on Main street, South Lop. Danii'is, Timidora, do. Durfee, James 1)., do. . Dorse. Thomas J., do, Draper. C. J., do, Dorai 'cue-v Tomas. Lo s Nietoe, , Las Virginesdmproveinents Domínguez, Ma. Antor Adin. of S Domimiiie; ,¡a. 5 ;, Rancho de San Podro; 4400 Dua DlO sof grazine'land in San Pedro Rancho *' Esira^oí'ty^hit andhouseon Bath street,^ ii.iá^'schnoiho pta in la Ciénega, _( of land, N W cor „...„ llancho, ,1ro. Coyotes; house in the Coyotea, pez Jose Miguel, San Fernando. i.Cji s & Bro, La l'rovidencia, s. do, city, LanlVaiico, Mathi l,a Chamour, Dr. uu, U-RAWP.dD. Lehman. A, (painter) do, Lewis Henry A, Lew, L, do, Liniberg. F, do, 1 uc.i Altngracia. do; lot and hous I wen An-.ngii and Padilla, Lugo, .Tose deIC, city; lot and hou. nitv and Virgin si: 75 78 1217 6 13 67 85 4 18 -U sr. 1 42 418 3 25 142 141 2 71 ..!,„,..., ._ i, do; lot and house on Spring street, adjoin in;; Carmel Johnson: lot and house on the Plaza, corner of Main street; lot and house on Spring street, adjoining I he Court House; lut and house un Snulb side of ihe Plaza, adj- ining Ramon Sepulbeda; house and lot on Trinity street, adjoining Maria I. Aguilar and Maria An- tonio Pollereno; 112Ü aci-e.s ofland a( San Mateo; $f> 4 acres of land at Ranchn de Cahnenga; 1S718 acreii of land in the Coyotes and La Ha ra, 51 Pulomare?., Iiroacio. Sm Jose; 22000 acres oí land in Sau Jose, $ Palomarez, Ignacio, )ex'tr of Benito Sals,) do; lot and improvements on the Plaza, adjoining J G Downey; 4 aces of Vinevard ~ West of Wolfskill, Pa loin aren. Luis, do; improvements Ignacio Palomarez, Potter, N A. citv; lot and improvements East side of the river, bounded by Old Mission road and F ' Gallardo; lot No 5 in block IW ' TO MINERS-ATTENTION!!! Retorts, Quicksilver, Crucibles, Cupels., (Testing Crucibles Mining Tools, Fuse, &c. F O R San L.uis Obispo, Santa Barbara, San Pedro and San Diego. ON and alter tin; first of *priL and until further notice, the California Steam Navigation Conipn- Btearaship SENATOR, T. W. SMELEY COMMANDER, Will Make two trips per month on the Southern Const, leaving Biomiway Wharf, On the 3d and 18th of each Month, AT !» O'CLOCK. A. M. ¡EST Bills of Lading will be furnished by tlie Fur?er on board. For freight or passage apply on bonrd, or at the office of tho California Steam Navigation Company, of Front and Jackson street?. .J WHITNEY, President tensive stock of Hardware, Fancy Goods Tur yen tl San l'edro streei. 3 lands of Paints, Glass, Oil, Camplietie, — ALSO,— STATIONERY, WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. —CONSTANTLY ON HAND — GENUINE COLT'S PISTOLS. #$»Watch and Clock Repairing Guaranteed, Also, on hand, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, Saditlri's' faii.l Sh»«iia»l.ti's' Tools, &c. O. LDUOODLUUUU Cor. M jyU ,„ ,.,„„.. . (city Survey;) Mam street, between Celis and mproYementa ( lip and Commercii.1 streeis, Loa Angeles. JNO D. ARTHUR WM. N. ARTIIUIt. 268 46 . th half of block No. corner Main and S.coud streets, *. ■-■- . Dav}en, , So, 15 24 Dalton. Hiinrv, AKnsa; 17600 acres of land in the Rancho of Azo/.a; pn-tnre lands. 16'JOO acres, f. 1, 700 acres, wil. Id.; lot and house'oa Maui street, between Scott .md. CliiUs; lot cerner Spring and Market streets; lots Nos. 1 and tw in block No. 3. corner of Sprio-: and Third streets, 432 50 Downey, John (.;.. city; lot ¡md house North side of Plaiit. occupied by the U. S. District Court; lot *nrf hmisc in Nesjro AUoy, extending to Alameda ntreet, between lienndry ami Guerrero; lot and house Rast side of Fort street, adjoining Hnn- niriir; unimproved lot on Sprius> stro'el, adj .filling school house No. 1; lot and house F.ast side of Main streei, between Sti-rns and lievenua; undi- Tided one-half lot and house on Wain street, between Nichols and First. Hprinir; and Main streets; undivided one-half lot and house on Los Angeles ■t.roet, between Norton & Greenbaum and w. Angele»' Mining Co. A 'agt: impts on mining cla Lander, .la- H, city, haycock, Jacob, do. Los Angeles City, do; lotn the city. '"' ' N W Cor Eter D Marchess ea u It, ind lands belongini? to Id, «(su F. 1 fractional portion of claim, situ. ate outside of the e ed N by Scott. VV bv by Juar Y bv M Ki'emer, ¡uves. Hugh, Tejon, ' •' ie!. San Juan by, bound- 11a, Sbyl'ennie, lot nnd hou: Baucbette, Piiclitco. Juana, Pacific ?alt Work Palomarez. Tomi lands of Ignacio raiuiuwM, Quinta, Juana, Queros. Santiago, Loa Nieto*, Richard A. Fort Tejón, 9 Kobbins, O P. do, Roberts, Henrv C. San Gabriel Cañón; í Redding. Peter, San Pedro, Rubottom, Wm, Monte; 100 acres of land in the Potrero Grande, bounde.! by I'ritchard, Mis Gentry. Beardrdey and McDaniel, 67 79 Rodgers, D H, do, 6 50 Rewes, S S, do; ¡mprnvenrients on 160 acres Of land, Northeast of Iva Thompson. 11 56 Romero, Manuel, Loa Nietos, 10 61 Hews, Ely. Monte. 3 26 Rendon, "¿Hilaria, city, lot and house on Spring street, adjoining S.iiith.jiienr Fouith Nieves, do; ÍÜ acres of laud adjoining Card- BEES r-On. ¡S^.X.33. In '.he celebrated HARBISON HIVE. «I the H§M1¥ DEW APJAIY, Los Angeles Street. E. A. SHERMAN, Apiarist. well. ..Fran el ., do, 'Mtt iri<['iey home and -vineyard, Move McKei ., Rufino, RauehilO, !. It B 16 71 6 01 10 51 ■ ; lot and 1 tpu; Cata. Domin<",iez, Carlos, SantaAua;2' land. Deleval, Charles and Henry, city property South of the city. Ilnds m. AM, city; imptr ~ ' Dodson & Co. do; llodd.Geo W. do; Duran, Francisco, do; 31.0 .sore 20 aeren of p&stl inprovemeiitB on butcher pen, &c, city, 31 ..„ ..dov.a, Martin, tis-n Gabriel. Martin, Felipe. Loü Cuervos, Monies, Cvecencia, do, Melia, Francisco, Sauzal Redondo, Miller Charles, New Sun Pedro " cor of Canal and M sts, Mays, IUI. Holt's Cailon, itnpta iu Holt's Cafton, Milla, EC, Kl Monte. Mayes Thos A, do; house in Lexington. McManus, James, do; lionise in Lssington, Miiiiee. Lewis, do, MeNair, Wm, do, Malone, Percy, do,' John, do, 17 04 1121 2 34 n Spring y: 42 ¡8 niadttof li per bfiira—which Cuts 12 Reglado, Victor, do. Redondo. Jose Maria, Mission Vieja, Rice, Joseph, Reservation; lot and house street, adjoining J l.opez, ¿v ..., Relies, Antonio Ma. San Jose, 20 29 Romo. Pedro, La Ciénega; 434 ar.res of landin La Ciénega; 1302 do in Niguil 15 10 Rains, John, San Bevnavolno county 184 25 Stapnenljerg. Chd-loph, Anaheim; lot andhnusu in block NoSranpeli 1148 Saladar, Jose, lUmolio de San Francisco ¡13004 acres of land in the Rancho, of San Francisco; lot and Impts on Main street N of John Temple 143 07 " k,Jpsse, Tejon 6B71 85 39 ilih, EO McDonald. Wl ,do. ■r, Monte; .1, Monte; npti o; impts Velar Dry del N .n'li J ■r.,ncisco, iui, 7 M *W.i.% do; 2 acres of land hounded by osero 'R,n-íanrlSepolverlai'.ín-e.ci.ionallot8 Ue Iho above; H'acl ion of alot.it Uicjunc- f Al,inni.. ji -md Mu-ovo A'co; rvaclion ota u,VZ;„ft\.£.ror8l»..ouLopf.. 22" c Domingo citv"' aeres ollan.land impts ' ''if tin 9 12 Unarte, Jose Antouii street, between V Fslop. Joseph, cily ¿Eliialde. liafiiel. i,..i Colimas. Ernest. H, city Ervin, W C. do; Eaton, Benjatni ;ity; lot and hm n Trinity rudhomme and M A Sancnez, Nietos; impts on land of T do; =8 44 6 66 6 01 7 85 2? 25 lores of land N of 10 29 i acres of land N of 9 91 ptfl on 100 acres of land. aiu.^. _-...(r;gn.rt. Fogal and Parker, 10 38 in. „...W, Monte; liupis on SO acros of land, _.._ ided In- Temple, (¡arev. Nelsonand Refugio, 12 03 Maxev,WW, Monte; impts on 160 aeres of land, 80 acres of land Beardsh,y and Lvshall. Jos nded bv Reeves.Hale.Swig--11 McDaniel. A B. Monte; impts on Bounded by Newman, Rubottom, o re¿ R B. Mnnte: bounded by N Visi i 120 r i of land 15 75 , «, „^t»uet, Otin Pedro ain.'capt. do, scr Victoria inker, Eff, Monte ickton, J D, do ■nhens. He^ekiah, do ,,lb Jumper N. do vder. Jo' ""' i,als " ,IS"; l.Cahuenga 418 Murta, cuy 1100 acres of land Sao Pedro ^_ land in Sau Pedro ,d Montague 19 70 land adj. blocl; -J hoivfoen Stearns haw Joseph, do, 70 acres !)■ Road, bounded by Hurlbut, Larue lhaw, Kendricli & Smith, do; impts jiopo, tii\a Cabrio! Canon S M 3 26 Montalba, Josefa land in .Santa Ana Manzanares, C Mission Vieja Morel. Lewis, A?,usa _ Monlah, Wm, .Hear Springs Tej, |Myl*rd, John, city Serano, Temescal; 4000 acres o 2 34 10 S7 * 18 lives, cily between ;70 At' acres vineyard and potroso street and river, Fetch 791 62 oatl Paula, wi feo f Pierre Sainsevsin, 331 HI 2 34 Tu lie, , H< .le íry. do 31 16 4 18 J< >IIN D. ATtTHTTR & SON Importers anil Jobbers oF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS NOW OFFER FOR SALE, at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES, to Country Merchants and farmers, a large stock ot CAST and STEEL PLOWS, among which may be lound the following '.iratids ; Y 8 BOSTON STEEL CLIPPER PLÓW-Th¡« stenl than lat>t year ; ha= a Ion- . .8 a great item tor the farmer, and ia the lightest draft 12-ir.ch X 41 BOSTON STEEL CLIPPER PLOW.—This ip a 14 inch broaliiiitr lilow. X 8| BOSTON STEEL CLIPPER PLOW—This is is a 44-inch Ktubbta plow. X 1 and X 1£ BOSTON STEEL CLIPPER PLOWS, cutting 10 aud 12-inch furrows suitable for Vineyards. Extra steel, LaodsideB, Points and Bolts alway: on baud. Peoria Steel Plows—All Sizes. 2 B. EAGLE CAST PLOW.—This is a 12 inch two-lioiTfi plow Also, ihe celebrated Engle Cast Plows. Nub 18, 18£. 19. 19*. 20, 21, 22, cut ting from 10 to If! inch furrows, for sandy or any soil that has grit. These are the cheapest pi in use. Extra Points, Landsides, and Bolts constantly on hand for sale. N. B —The above plows are packed in cases of n each, and taken ..part and uumhered, 80 that any one can put them up. Side Hill Plows—all sizes. Sub Soil Plows do. HARROWS. Folding and square Hai rows, all siz'-s. Wifh a large and lull nssortrnenl of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, all or our own importa1 ion. din-ci from the Manufacturers at Uf East all of wll.ch will be sold at tho lowest mark- t rat'-P by JOHN 1> ARTHUR A SON. 3, 4 *t 5, Washington street, and corner Washington and Davii j OEEER FOR SALE, a limited number oi firn» 1 swarms warranted lo be healthy and strong, i,i the Harbison Hive, bred in Los Angeles, irom original sti cks. brought from heallliy diMrrct* by Mr J S. Harbison, ho having carefully made hi» -election in the vear 1858, west ol the Alleghany Mountains.and which have nevtrbeen tairted with disease. My object in offering these bees for sale is to secure aud maintain healthy stocks in tin» lower country, which happily bo lar is exempt from the disease of foul brood so prevalent in the upper portion ol Calilornia, than merely for the .uitniary profit of immediate sale. S_- Instructions for their management given wiiiioiit charge lo purchasers. I am also agent for the sale of Patent Kighti" ol John S. Harbison, for the counties of Los Angeles. Santa Barbara, Kan Diego and San Benmrdino. au g 12 streets, nov3in3 Sao Froncieco. ((/¿/jmrjytcwl i Oí WHOLESALE U&ELFS AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Pry Gnoils, Cle-tliing, Boots and Shoes. ,A. MORRIS BROS, ft CO. SBI Rperlt.iIlT .nlurai tli.-ir 1.1 'Hfc. ami tl.e pnblill g.'"ri»llj nil» e pul.lie gwiera ,1,,., li.L... "really O'lar^fil th. .r Dltj Itteá it ii|> iu « Mjli ol .iipcrici eli-lial ¡„i.it tbcno.t cmuniin.t >i,d b«l appoiLled hueinessestablinlimcat in LosAnsele». and nd. r-
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 10, no. 29, November 24, 1860 + supplement in Spanish|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Lord, Thou art great", "The two roses", [col.4] "Telegraphic. Arrival of the Pony Express. Per Pacific and Atlantic telegraph"; [p.2]: [col.1] "Los Angeles county electoral ticket -- official", "San Bernardino", "Court of sessions", "Board of Supervisors -- Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1860", [col.2] "From San Bernardino", "Township officers", "Valuable California publications", [col.3] "Telegraphic. Arrival of the Pony Express. Per Pacific and Atlantic telegraph", "The Legislature", [col.4] "To Mrs. T__, on the death of her infant", "Sabbath at home"; [p.3] "A glimpse at Rio Janeiro -- the newspapers of Brazil", "The fortress of Cueta"; [p.4]: [col.1] "Personal sketches of Garibaldi".; Spanish supplement includes heading: p: [col.1] "Lista Delincuente de las contribuciones, para objectos del estado y condado por el año de 1860".|
|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 1860-11-18/1860-11-30|
|Publisher (of the Original Version)||Hamilton, H.|
|Publisher (of the Digital Version)||University of Southern California. Libraries|
|Format (Extent)|| p. + suppl. (1 p.)|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
|Identifying Number||issue: Los Angeles Star, vol. 10, no. 29, with Spanish supplement, November 24, 1860|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m368|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Filename||STAR_748; STAR_749; STAR_750|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
Cos Angeles Star.
Saturday, November 21. 1SGO.
Pacific unit Atlantic TelegrnpU Line.
Below we give an article, copied from the St
Louis Democrat, concerning the affairs of the
above telegraph company. We commend it to the
consideration of our ciiizens generally.
It ia very well to have telegraphic communication between this city and San Francisco, but to
realize all Uw advantages of telegraphic facilities, the line must be extended at least to Fort
Yuma ; and then, we arc assured by competent authority that, with the extension to Sherman, in
Texas, a Pony Express will immediately besturled
from lhat point, and all the advantages arising
from such an enterprise secui^d to us. This is enforced in tlie able article which we append.
The citizens ot Los Angeles have a deep intev