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'. 3tUM !$m\'_ «•THE OLD CIIÜ1ÍC H V A K D." BI" JOHN H, MZLET. When fruits and corn are gathered ia ; When forest-trees ore bare ; When wintry wind : their storms begin, oar, and rend, and tear ; Atevening's close, when men from labor cease, And all ia still, in silence and In peace, Then let ¿me die. And bun' me In "the oíd churchyard," In a quiet lonely nook, Where the old yew-tree seer-s keeping guard. And listening to the brook. Ay. bury me in " the old churchyard," Wtere many'a friend doth lie, Where the old y.-w-ir-e .-:,;■ ms keeping guard, And saying, " AH must die!" Ay, bury me In " the old churchyard," Gloss by the old yea tr -■. Where th< elm and pine keep watch and ward O'er pool* mortality. And ii '.'■ Let no vain n N'o grand srrai with staff's So heai-tle;6 tear or moan : ^_ But let my nearest kin, Who lored me as their .(Mend, Follow me to pay long rep And there their sorrows blend, Tim' *M ;M [ n :*'tr,ihyard," I.i a lonely quit 11 pot, Where ffn fraot Bo v ire and ¡soft greensward, Whihper, " Forget me not!'' Devil a drop of water will I iver drink again in tliis country, without a snake-catcher in my month I" And wiiii sundry other resolutions that would shock tho ears of "a temperance man. poor Mike, pale and trembling with exhaustion, returned to his work. WE PAItT TO MQCET AiiAI.V. BT J, F. SI11M0.N3. Full many n scene, fui! many a flower, Hay yield tbe bosom some delight, To pei ■ h with ¡hi. passing hour, And leavens back again in night ¡ But oh: there Is a special joy Whan parting with the friends we love, The bv-., ¿ ■ ■ knowe no alloy-- To point them to the sky above : A*d while tiie pearjy love drops sw-ell From eyes, the heart is free from pain--■ For though we whisper •• fare thee well," We fool '• wc part to meet again." We knew there is above the skies Aland " where saints immortal reign," Where pvery saint on earth who die Heel Wen la be ne'e.- will leave again. And when we meet In that bright laud To sing Jehovah's praise.- o'er, Among tii-- Bountleas nappy hand, We'll feel fitat. woj-hall part uo more. Look up where truth aad virtue dwell, For earthly things are ever vain ; Then thou, when bidding friends feretrefl, Mayst g\y, ■* We part to meet again.'' <SV imltwutaw. From tlie N. V. Spirit et till. Times. A SSr-U'PERV STORY. A ludicrous ?cene occurred lie-1 other day in Anthony street, near where (he new theatre is in course of construct; on. whieh, ¡i'a deSGrfptton may eonvey an adequate Impression of it, is well worth the telling. One of t'ie laborers growing thirsty under the influence of a hot sun. went hastily over to the nearest- hydrant fbr a drink*, and chipping his capacious month to tin? spout, imbibed theCroton jnst aa it cainoin the most forcible and plenteous manner imaginably. Hardly had poor Mike, however, tasted the gushing flood that distended his cheeks, when he started boltuprlght, and with a look of amazing horror, oonimeiic d a aeries of pantomimic contortions which were absolutely painful to witness. " 0\v—ow—ugh!'' he groaned convulsively, af the same time clewing at his throat in a frenzied manner, while lie spirted water forth again-with the energy of a wounded whale ; then suddenly recovering the use of hi ■ p ■- ■ b be i bouted—"Oob, marther! but lues gone,—it's all over wid me now !■" 4i What's gone V exclaimed I'm crowd that had gathered around him. " What's gone?" "IVe swallowed bim] Oh, howly St. Patrick! IVe swallowed bim f'; ,cAndwbai t&e deuce is ityeVe swallowed?" " A snake! a murlheriiig snake! Oh, howly St. Fatricic protect me?-'' " Sure, then yo've made a saving of yer dinner F said a feilow laborer, more alive to fun than sympathy,—while a shout of mingled laughter ami incredulity followed in which even the poor sufferer could hardly restrain irom joining. " But wasjt alive, man ?" Inquired an individual when the confusion subsided. " Alive, did you say ? By the blessed powers, ye don't think I'd be afier eating him dead? Alive, is it? and didn't he jump down my throat in spite of my teeth?" Then clapping his hands to hi stomach, he exclaimed, " Och hone, he's squirming now! Oh, howly ¿Só Patrick! Oh, wliyditl'iit ye do yer work entirely, aad kill the shakes Iii this murthering country Loo? Help! he'd bit" iiie in- side iv me! Oh howly ÍÍ03W¡ Help! miu'ilier! lire!" and pnnr'itíke dis trac led by fear, cut more capera than a Camat.ehe at a wardaaco. "Tut, tut! be quiet, man!" returned another. " How do yon know il was a snake ?" "How does I know, is it? Did'nt T falo bim wiggling his tail ? Oh howly saint deliver hie!'' A benevolent looking gentleman here suggested * that it might possibly be a ¡bit, or perhaps au eel, and remarked there ought to ha a Ibi.r attached lo every hydrant in thecüy, aa the water was iuil oi all sorts of auiruaieane etc, "It's an ail! it's an aili" ¡shouted a hodman, Catching at tiie idea. "Mite, it's an ail! run fora filter, aud you'll catch the rascal prisintly." " A fitter! a filter V waSthe general cry, "Han, Mike, for a filter." Without waiting to enquire into the feasibility of using the article in question for the purpose desired, the poor distracted =Soh of Eriu started with tiie speed of a race-horse for the office in Ii roadway, where the picture of Hebe standing In ths front window, "pours her never ceasing fount." " A what d'ttc call em?" cried he, rushing frantically iuto the establishment. "A snake catcher for the love of 1 Oh howly Saint Patrick !" he continued, snatching up one and applying it energetically to his lips, " Come out wid ye, ye thief o' thc world." "My good fellow,'-' eaid ¡h" astonished knight of Diaphams, "what's the mutter with you?" "Matter is it? isn't everything thc matter! I've got an ail iu my stomach! och, Imllnboo !" "An eel! how came an eel in your stomach?" "And din't the varmint jump into my mouth without saying by yer leave!" said the bewildered sufferer endeavoring to screw tlie filter to his lips. "But that won't do you any good now. It Should have been attached to tho hydrant, and then yon might have drank with perfect safety." " And .won't it catch him uow ?" asked Mike, in a piteous tone, turning aghast as he dropped the instrument in despair. ** Of course not, how should it?" . "Och! murther, what will become of mc?" cx:- clalmed Mike, ivith agony truly painful to behold. "Get a sttekdologer fish-hook! shouted a wag from the crowd. " Run for the doctor !" said another, "and geta ¡stomach pump." This suggestion was instantly followed, and he started for a drug store near by. The apothecary, however, applied an emetic for a pump, and the poor fellow, after a voilcnt retching, ejected a lively black eel about sis inches long. "Oh howly St. Patrick!" he'exeUimefl. experiencing immediate relief. "Why flint ye make clean work of it and kill the p.Ua pa well! share, »id they're the first eotisin to the wicked sarpinta. Tlie Circa t ¿Plague. In "Dickens'Child's History of England," "Vol. 2, we find the following respecting ti*c Great Plague that prevailed iu tlie seventeenth century iu »he city of London : " For this waa thc year and the time of the Great Plague in London. During the winter of 1664, It liad'been whispered about that Some people had died here and there of disease called the Plague, in some of.the unwholesome suburbs of London. News WW not published at that time as it is now. and some people believed these rumors and some disbelieved them and they wore soon forgotten. But In the month of May, 166=5, it began to be said all over the town that tlie disease had burst out iu -":. i ,:l ■-) and that the people were flying in great numbers. This soon turned out tobe awfully true* 'fhe roads of London wore ílinked up by people endeavoring to escape from the infected city, and large sums Were paid for any kind of ¿onveya'.iee. ■o soon spread ¿o fast that it was necessary to shut up the bouseio which tiie people were, aud to out them o¿¡' from the living. Lvory one of those hou ■ ■ i -1 on the ou'-mle of the '. a red cross, and tho words **Lord have mercy o ■ us b' Theetreetawerealldeserted, grass grew in the ii'i':lie ways, au-l there Vas au awful silencein fi I (fight came on, dismal rumblings used, to,be beard] and those were the wheels of the death oart, attended by men with veiled face■-. an I hoM'-.g cloths to their mouths who rang doleful bells, and cried iu a loud and solemn voice—-firing out your dead.9 The corpses put iuto these carts were buried by torch light iu great pits, no service being performed over them —all men being afraid to slay fora moment on the bank of the- ghastly graves. In the general feveiychildren ran away from their parents, aud parents frem their children. Some who were taken ill, died alone and without any help. Some were stabbed or strangled by hired nurses, who robbed them of all their money and stele the very beds on which they lay. Some1 (not mad, dropped from their windows, ran thro' the Streets and in theft pain aud frenzy, threw themselves into the river. Those were not all the horrors of the lime. The wicked and dissolute, in wild desperation, sat in taverns, singing and roaring songs, and were stricken as they sat, and went out and died. The fearful and supernatural sights ■burning sworfls in Ihe sky, gigantic arms and darts. Oth'T.i pretended that at night vast crowds ghosts walked round and round the dismal pits. Oue madman, naked, carrying a brazier full of burning coals upon his head, stalked through Ihe streets, crying that lie was a prophet commissioned to denounce the vengeance of the Lord on wicked London. Another also went to and fro, exclaiming : "Yet forty days and London shall be destroyed!" A third awoke tlie echoes of the dismal streets, by aight aoáVüay, and made the blood of the sick run cold, by calling out incessantly, in a de. p hoarse voice—" Oh the great aad the dreadful God?" XI)rough tiie months of July, August and Sept. the Great Plague raged more and more. Great fires were lighted iu the streets, in the hope of stopping the infection ; but there was a plague of rafe, too, and that beat the fires out. At last the winds lhat usually rise at that time called the equinox, when day and night are of equal length all over the world, fegan to blow and purify the wretched town. The deaths began to decrease, the ed crospes slowly to dUippear, tho fugitives to return, the shops to open agaiu, pale, frightened ¡aces to be seen in the streets. The plague had been in every part of England, but iu close and unwholesome Loudon, it had killed one hundred thousand people." Bffa |ak iVjtrfotnunts. By Royal fieetM» i'i lent. TBR HTDROHA6EN, OR WATiR-PBOOtf, ANTI-CON- ■j VI-: (.¿010, Su!,;.-*. iii;iihi.jlcL.-i-íj-U>y HAKLUUUI. BKADLEY h CO.. -11 ::.;a;:;.: S-;::lit, lUKCHSBTBL Principal Warehouse, 102 Wood street^, Cheap- side. Loudon, England. American Eata&Ush- mente, A,-. Ann streei and lOIAassaustreet,JVeu> 1 or/,; U. S. THE IIVI'l'.O.'.LU.EN U a valuable discovery for protect lug tiie feet (torn ilani]i or cell, ami tlicretorO a preventative of m;,nv tona dfa&m, without any dantorfoQ vhateter. 'I'll.' [Ivdntiiiu^eii ¡-j in the form ..i'a sole, and worn inside the biji.it. or j-hoe, its medimled cluiracíe;- U a ¡iij-.veriiilj:ii- ti.lote to dfoease. Foi Gentt«nen It v.-ilt be fotuta agreeable, warm, am-, he.-iHl.y. to wear in the cnldteit or raimen weather, as tie- foot cannot beeo me wet if the liy..ironía;; en is inserted. Lidies may wear the l"i;iiie<t s.ileii boo# or simes in the most inclement weather with impUBÜJ-J while Consjimp ti.iii, so prevalent anions the youu.' oi* onr country, may ha thwarted by tludr li-eneml adoption. 'Ihey entirely wpercalt ecer-slimx, as the latter causi- tht* feet to perspire in a very unhealthy ¡nunner ; and, Ije-i.R--. are not dan- ,.;i'--ous lv,.-n. to ¡,r.=l;.a=i .-[jui-. iii icy weather, like India ruli- bers. While the latter cm use the 1'ee!. io appear extremely lai-^-e. the HYDKOiiACKN'. bein.i; a mere thin slice oi* eork prepjired, p.-cuJiarly placed inside, dues nut increa-e tin .-.j/e (,[" the boot Or Cause the-foot to appojir untidy. Til Children they arc- extremely valuable, as they may eir.'juie ill esttUtfifl wn.n com Sort and healthy ell'ects. Their ox- ■■ A -■, s;..-;-ht as tu se:irce nee.l mention; beside*., these who patronize tliem will tliid their ¡¡early tiochr's bilhmiieh dii-iiniskcd th.-'relni. Aa the HYPROMAGEN ii hecominc: more known, its sale ■ : 'eere.i-ii.-- to :==n almust inere'llliie extent. Last vejir ¡J- Loudon, Manchester, Hirmiii^liaiu, I.iverpoul. CÍas;;o«-, Ie '.-,, i'.uhii ), l'ari.i. Antwerp, liambu¡-¡Jí-h and Ilorlin, mil' ■ ■ 1 . ■ ...'■ " ¿ :■;■:, íóO pairs ol' Cork Soleü. This year the nu . ■- -., d (ar surpass that. .'a*.! lu.' ¡ acuity their opinion ot" tlieir value as a preven- at ive for C(?L'eJiis, Cjj:j«, B:;o_xcinT!.i, Amthma and Co.\- Mex's Size, per pair. S5 Cents. La!>i,':s' do. do. 30 do. Boys**; Misses'do. 25 do. DTICE.—From the Retail Prices we me.ke a very liberal iilloiv.ancQ to Jobbers and ^Vbobv-alers. s,i that any stor keepers may make a tine pnifiL on their sale, while tin are an article that maybe kept In any store, among tu -*"8 Of good.-. ir terms, apply to IIARCCURT. BRADLEY & CO., ivi-Stn 38 Ann sti-e'-i. New York. PitixxiNG.—Two priulei'ji in the Plymouth Rt^,, oílicü tired of tftlüng impressions on (he forms ol that paper, tríefl it on the hearts of some fl'a'taaela Alter several settings vp they succeeded iu such f-.úv proof a »f¡Éhe muíier, Ijiaf. tho minister of tlio place was Called ¡Il and -worked off iho whole four forms into two folio edition-^. Iea7Íag them locked up for life. Non' lei them "circulate the docu- meats." ftir Tlie CJicst. -tS4 Slit ASThEY COOPER, Hart., M. D-, the eminent -Medieal Practitioner, has left a valuable legacy to the world in is great preventative of Consumption, and unfailing- cure tor pulmonary diseases, without the uSfi of medicine. Sir A. V.. Bart.', invented and advised the use ofthe MKDICATED FUR OHEÜT PROTECTOR, to all persons of all a-jc- ar.d eond. lions, as a een am and a safe shield against those fearful diseases, Consutnp_t HroncliU.is, Asthma. Coughs, Colds, and oilier alllictio'ns ol Iirfng.s, which arise from the exposed stato of the st, according to fashion, and the continual changes of climate. THE PROTECTOR" is simply a chemically prepare^ fur. lined with silk and padded, which, suspended from the neck, covers the chest, in so agreeable a manner that, once worn, it becomes if iimy-.f-Alii and. a comfort. '■THE PROTECTOR," although but recently introduced into America is malting rapid progress through the United States, the Cañadas, South America and the West Indies.— It ha■* for a k-ng time bfen a .staple article in England and on llie continent of Europe, while it ha* grown in many countries to tdie position of au article of dress, * Tu demousirate these f¡i¡>ts enquire, of anv English resi- dfllt in your vicinity- ofhi.-i knowledjio of the beneficial ef- !V.-t-j ol' ivj-ju-inu- the ¡'KOTMITOli, wrnniLT nr.eüur.wií to noc- rpBISG of any kind. Tlie cost of wearing these articles is a nirre trille, and ono wiil Inst some vcars. Ko one who values the health of himseli' or bin family will be without theni. Tin: Uospitalfi In this country are not alone recommencing them, but rapidly introducing them, llarcourt, KHraley & Co., of Lou don, aira Manchester, Ei!e,land, were originally entrusted with'tho manufacture of the Prolect- nr.-¡, hy the lamented Dr, Cooper, and eoiitinue lo maun Potare according to liis o.-it/inal instructions, and therefore recommend those who would wear "The Protectors," to see to their being genuine Remember this is a staple article, and no Pateni Medicine. 0HB afrawisw ^bkrtistnwnls. St. Mt-liolae Ilotcl. SoutU-vxst comer of San-fiin- anal Vcmnicrcial Six. S TRAS I. CAL. MTIIE l'XPl-:r.f!ÍCNl¿n have leased the above new ainl COM.MOPIXCS UftlCK HOXKL. The Rooms are large, well ventibted and newly finished, and ¿Vi. i ii iii cent riil p..s it ion ti is tuisui-pj..- ■ j .! X\,r Li;*.- accomodation of Transient and permanent boarder-s- Fj.milios cau be accomodated with Single or Suites of Rooms. lt is Ihe intention ofthe proprietors to keep the Pt. Xicholas as a lirst class hotel. The Table and bar wilt he ■.,j.j-:,1¿iA with tbe very b.'j-.i matcnjil file market affords. E. J. ABMSTIWX», 1 PMnHtotM1 >'x"<-7 WM. P(THD6WAY, ) llo!"R10li- r IKTEItXATIOISAt, IIOTF.T,, i - - Jackson st, bet. Montgomery and Kearney, Sín FfiAXascq. The central -position of this new T'ive-story Tire Proof Building, convenient to the staajnboat binding and the business'pa.rl of the cily, renders it the most desirable Ho tel i i Franc ¡bco. -..;, _ ihed and fitted up in the most approved style for comfort and cor,vei,''mce, and having a table spread with the best the markets afi'onls, it is partieulnrly adjtplod to'.he accouunotlation of lainii-es as well as the ItewftUiiiff Public. The citizens of the Southern part of the Stale, and the publie generally, arc respectfully invited to call and judge for themselves. oetlt) Sm PECK & PISriER, Proprietor Sx m Jfranciscü ^blitriistmcuts. SECOND CALIFORNIA ART-UNION. D V Iff C A VPS C II IK ESE SALEROOMS, Sa/i Francisco. 3,000 Costly ami Iteniililul Altlclcs Valuad «t $80;OOO ! SHAKES ONE DOLLAR EACH. líiíitiiltKtloii, Jnituaiy 13, 1855. CA1WL0CFÜE8 will be Issued in a few days, embracing the handsomest array of iroods ever offered by our firm 4 $5,000 INGOT OPGOI.-DÍ Will be pafj fbr No*. 1—being the line painting of PSYt^jjj GOLD TílÜJfPIíT, a ■olloetii id placed at it stTEíü.; i;ia:i'oxi> \\'oiíkv SOLID SILYIR SETS, COSTLY WATCHES-, GOLD MASCi'M'miAAT) GOODS, SILVER UO-BLKTS AND SALVERS, (mado from coin), CLOCKS, PAINTINGS, &e. Ko article In the Catalogue will he of a leas >aluo , :,](i. WIT.'B. OSPUliN", Ag-ent, Los Angeles. fe JtMBMliOMlilliyi RETAIL PRICES. Gent's Size ..Sl 50 each. L.tuitiis' do - , . . 1 00 <lo. Btmj- ANflillíiátK (lo. ,. 75 do. HAROtiUKT, 11! lADLEy'=& CO.. 3fi Ann street and 10'2 Xits^att stiv=- t, New York, U. : PlftBiOrPAL fríREHOUSE, 102 Wood street, Cheap- side, London. >,Uxi.YACTORY, 44 Market street. Mánchenla- England. , B. &Co. are establishing Depots for the «tie of "Thr T RATL.ROAÍJ HOUSE, SAAT FRAAVISCO, CALlFORAflA. S HODjSB IB H03 OJ =SH 1 í Ü a ae.-nimm.a-íío ie travelling public. For cleanliness, air and c rial i .1 e.-ui QflgQ. Attaclied long, expending ill actoiiimi.i.lai.e ¿loora and Table;; are all es];eiid, and they have now .'is, and - BitcntíiV.í.f, 3;eiiií.'1'í, Diüiicraiítl Tea in S*» t'l-mieiseo, and will be eouducte.l on the most- libev- al ternM, being coniblent that liberality .secures piitmnage. Thc Hotel part of the house In kept upon the European plan. ¿Barber tlmp and Hath I..aims attached. l'¿nfrauce to the Bote* and -18 Com mere tal, near ■staurant, tj't Clay street, ÍIALKY ÍU THOMTSON, Kailt-oad llon.se. 1». I!. Comius, LOCK&, WHITE SMITH LOCKS MADE AM> KEl'AIHED. Salamander iSsfes Opened. All Work Warranted. Also, constantly on hand and for sale, a large assortment I?r»nt>Ifi ami Strijle Uarrcled Sliot fiiir.s, RIFLES, 1'ISTOLS, GUN TRIMMINGS, &c, V.'hieh will be ¡rotó cheap. Powder and Shot wholesale and retail. NO. 73 DAVIS STREET, Third door mirth ol thiv street, SAN' KUAN CISCO, CAL. $__, Orders for work promptly attended to, and executed Jit short notieo. oetl'ti if ¥A Sacrimento and May Flower, milE AHOVK EKAKDS OK JONES k HCi.'SON-'S ccltibra- 1 ted Tobacco for sale by SAM. Ii. FRICHARD, Corner Sacramento and llattery streets, MONEY TO LOAN AT any .-.mourn require ■J l'Eli CENT 1'Elt MONTH, TO d, up.ui Kanehes with cour¡rmod MAUKIOTT k WHEEl.Eli, l'fieille Loan A Focnritv Bank, US .Mei-ehant st, San Kiancisco. Five TiioiiwiiKi Copies Firtit Kdltloii. ok to be read by every Man, Woman and Child IS day han been published the long-expected work eu- bservations on Mun- ilng critical and pruc- Impideney and Stcri- ittnent of Gonorrhea, ie (renerative and uri- ;reby render- nary ki-;v:uik, both iji tlje male and f ing it an invaliuible vade mee.um fo: .-iulled without exposure nnd with larly the awful ' among young mi ledge to be derive ery one, to be c ired confidence of '-.a Man," by J. C. Yor.Nfl, omy," etc., Graduate of ¿onos;iry Member of the n [d , .'.-.illy the buol; for the age. It i-,.ie;ht.- works of thc kind that has ;, Ei .'. -''o- as it does the minute an». t,( v..iu'1-ei.l disease incident lo both 1 entering into nnd describing pnrlicu- ,rk of that terrible dmease so coiumon .known an masturbation. The know- by every une in having a copy of thi« ieion is beyond conception ; as'any per- gbtBSt reason to believe that they are ■a.-e, of which they have been ignorant, its pages, iu a few minutes fully un re nf that disease, and be made aware .ding it ; and thus they iniiy in reason medies and avert its heretofore unseen tlaxt tiuderinining their coustitution, i.iled either iu death, or what is an aw- i'.-t.;.! - forever the health and hap- t% ithor 3 not only but has free- he most po- careful and ml facts and irk will be afe and profitable bus; ¿for terms, apply to t^cni HARCOURT, HRAÜDEY fe CO.. ¿%S" A lad a flay or iwo since wits called to tlie vettni'ss^fiuul ¡it (.in: Court of Common I'lcas.ivhorc leader years Raised doubts as to Itis coin potency aa a/wittier, by not niifliírstandiiig the nature and obligations oí an ou tli. Tb^fíreí gestión put was— ■■Arc you the son oí" the plaintiffV The little fellow, creasing bislegfe, and deliberately putting about half a paper of tobacco into lii-i mouth, replied with the ottoosi eooino.^. '• frell, it's so re- ps>r=teiii" He was allowed to testify. Smart fou Five Yeai:^.—One of our physicians .nfífftíngbis morning professional call-;, not long ago. =8sw in passing the residence ofone ofhia fami- li'js a piece of crape on the doorknob. Naturally .'nterested In the cireuin^lanee. and .seeing a ¡¡tii-..- "fire year old" girl belonging to the family standing on thc walk, lie reined up ids pause and asked : —«J£ . v,|io is dead at your house?-'' "Sister." ''Ah ! what dot ior did you have?-'' ''Oh, we didn't j ,i('ut' have any, slstet uiauagi/d to die without a doctor/' '\V"us he not answu'od?—Buffalo Express. JBSS* A good man h irdiueticed by God himself, and bus a kind ol'diviuiiy within hint.—Sisxkcv. Itgiil ^bbtriisfiittuis. ne eepy or more of this work a t<> Tl:. .1. G. YOüi'G, corner Street*, over lVelln, Fargo* ¡cisco, accompanied with Urn ithlulh- and piompflj- attend •vAf-rr npplk-d . libers I Qi'ATi.; OF (Al.ll-'ÜRNIA, O —In the Probate Court of .nt.- of IH lieV.Hint f theEstM .—On readinpc the petition of T¿ ir of said Estale. nn-.l also p-aan Warner. Hfenry Warner and Ma ehildren of snid (.'ai-oliiie M. Th..., ... __ - ordered that notieo lie ;.;iven by puliiJeJition ofa copy of thia order once a week für lour weeks in '.lie Los An;;ei published in tlie fitv of I.os Angeles, ihe next oi'l.in", aqd all persona totercsted in the Estate of id minor?!, to appear befítré t¿.=- i.-!■-'," Coui'fóf the unity Qf Sag Üei-íiJ.irilino, ¡it ti'e ' •':..-1 ¿¿, ' DI pf ;-,tid Court sa-ut County, on Hondav, the -J,'.;¿i ,'.\¡\ of Feliukini-v, A,D. 55. at IQú'cIffck A. SI,, then and there to ;dm=r ¿r.\,;>. A. ■ ■'■ .■' '.'.¿; rm or l--r nf t Ills Ceiivt mIkiuM not bo is- 1 tn ;:.,. ■:■.- I ',' hcodore Tliorp, a .'¡mí nisi ¡'it tor and i;-iiai'- ■n us ai'-.i-e-j-nM, to sell tbe right, title and intercut ofthe id minor "hiMron in certain real estate si tt:,-tie in the y of San Franeisco, and partlcuiaily cle,scribed in. said -" in thia Court. _____M D. ir. Tilo:-!.'.'";, ProUtc Judijo, itteat, - RICH. U. ñWaKINS. frotiatc Clerk, n Bernardino, January 22, 3855. ian;6-4\V Splendid enterprise. GREAT BOVI^J^M^ íí-■ STSEBUTIOS,Off A-mC-AÁ: ■•AfAMiÁl.m ÁXB Persona! Property, BY HENRY DALTON, LOS A^GElSS. Total ITaliae, $8^,000. Bisares^ $1 Each. - Splciull'l ÜHtaíliiig IStgtaeg, Vr.'.i-.a5jlc Vlucj-arils r.n-Jl Oacliartis, J.Ins„inccnt FaxuU. niKl City a:,tl Town Lets, i.V LOS AJVGELES AJVD SEJVTOJV. 432 First ©lass Prizes. Executor's Notice. IN Tullí matter of -,iiela-Jt wiH.-md íestament of 5LYNTT ELA CARBIfiLO. décteasea. All [ieraoaH having eWim i^ainst tlie sjiid te3tatr;x, arc requested ■ to exhibit 1 Iv ,„.„,. -ni, *'-" "sary vouchers, s after the pub!:, i Bailará, January 2¿ í<:ií¡ j O1 75ef¡ndSl. 1*, $5 and $(í. i.ev niishl. St. 'fee Baths is extended to th . ii. ^T)0*:YrAKi>, rroprietoi San FrJUictsco A=Jicafl of ih iIt¿ÍSS TO -u-ElfiA-T 15ALT UKE CITY* It regular express will leave tor (iltEAT ¡¿ALT LAKE CITV. and iiiiein.eiíiate- settiemcistfi-; I'AYSJINS. 8V3HN6FIEU), PBOVu-OTY. f January, 13S8. ' f Exchange drawn, and collections at ,. Parcel? Í.-.A PacItEgcs Fon,-arded. i CHAS. i'.. JOIiNMjN. A, . 1:.^-, Apenl tit Salt I.alie Citv. ' de & C O. íTbfüHetJConTt atiba Viateá ¿ialw* /,.„.-■',i,;„. lH.--i.rict of GAiiArnia. XT ISORL'EHEiithat all eases now in ihi.i court on _. pe.il, or that may hereáfte* be a-ppealud from the di eisions of theCoi-iiiiiissionei-s to alerta in asi'l ret tie tiie pri vate land cle,inu¡ in the State of California, when servio.,, of petitions for review, or motion»! or orders in the cau;;es ..re i;.-j;;..j-jj;i-v to be :n:¡-:lo upon the gartie-, or ¡iny of them. audi serVttíonhallbe made upon Such parties or afloinie^. 1, and tliey will inaho e.nsH-er.-j or ]dea« t.bereto ! _ wfTyk, ADAMS Ext rCSS, uaakiso ,aa\-<, r- a . ..¿< ..: t Los As_ Stcanrcf Jl'uildir, I.cliirs and 1 urtefe forw;i._ .... .._. .. ...,., „.». i« ■.-«<« et-iüici;-co; fu m thence to ail ¡aits cl tic United ¡slate;» Hills ol Exehnnpe Ct 'l e Principal. n-escribed by thc ad under t existraj: laws of California regulatii Con. I. V.ÍC. p^er. C. E. CARR, Clerk. STATES PAPERS. .511,000 10,000 6,000 1,500 ie Elegant Jli'det-n Be.ilt Dwelling Honse Ida/a, value.. Ono Vineyard, containing six thousand Vines, Orchard, Dwelling, kc. value One very line and convenient Dwelling House, opposite ttie Court Boa ". value Twobeautifu R ; * ■• ■ situated in tho business _Vt\ion of '".'.. ,-,-..!.ie each A new and de i rabie Dwelling ¿House 10 liie central part of tho City, value - Numerous others at one thoiuand fTolhirs.live handled dollars, ííc, A great variety of City and Town T/>ts in Los Angeles, v.tgy of which are situjifed on the most bttsineSS streets, nd are rapidly risinft In value. 'I wo HCXDKKD AND i-*oí:tV EliEOáNT LOTSin the town f Ilentoii. TWENTY-FOUR >i:i'i-;i-i:; cortv aíiik i.*.\i;:i.s on t.heiinnchoorA-iu=sa, eon- liiiiiin1,-some ofthe richest and lootit fertile hinds ¡n tiie 'A'orl.l, with HOUSES, CATTLE, &e„ &c. For a description ofthe above large amount of property, CATALOGVIU A.\l) PLOTS OF SURVEY are in preparation, nnd will be circulated throughout the country. Aa a guarantee M the reality, fairness and security, ro- ferejice may ho made to 1,'on ÁBBLSTSársk'. Mesj-rs, JoiinroS 4 Allaxsok, Hfensrs. Sahfcoid & CABsps, Hap. Francis Mkl- l.m Messr-i. A.U—K1~ & Bá=WJ»«. Hon. J. P. .MoPaulam), ¡3. D. WitsoJ.-, Esq. and 1(¡:miv 1 I.i.\cocí.-, Esq. Drawing to take jilaee o=rv «»c FIRST ISIOX- DAT IV ¿MAY, 1855, In tUe City of tos Angeles. felil-tt STATES PAPERS of the latest datea will bo received bv ^^^^^ every steamer; also SPANISH, ERIiNCH amlOPiiMAN" papers ifroin*eveW part ol the world, and for sale at the oflico ofthe . ¿LOS A.\0KLi;S «TAR. Persons wi ; left at. their place of residence, can b y leaving their names ;it this office. ttended to. ^;AX FH \ Why s- n-xx'j.i ed i,y an. ,- of the folio i!iorej.s--fe1T, end with greater puwe ii-'e.t m.tjus country. AA. it- ¡jumo he has mp, r.Ar.cr-T ti.-v w.ne.i he cjü-, rorm (hr:"> ('^.¡- - ' '■'■■- >.;[•> l,.-ht,¡—that now onable *■' ' '-' difficulíy which every arfi ; ¡ fc witii—nameli- Tn oidor -« , i •■*' 1 rm ~'^--'l '; ;J :";V. iu'-l- ,- ..... i,av-itigniel:;j--esi light, he ¡, " V V il!L,r thoi,me of any other < '-'■■ ; Oi-r(.;oj-e tiiey lm!,;t. be more k.!l0h' 'S tne shorter tbe time the r = oi- i NEW DAGCIEUREAN- i ir.LE the world ,.,!., jjü ,,e g¿a..- írament6aü(.;4cat-om* f^t who wii.hcs PER- "w -tho l.e.it ar ■ ot io be surpass- ontainlng leu.-je, n i-.r.y ever be fort ¡WW rre.u top, efdft^ud half -ireome (lie great y bas to contend shli ii any of ou¡- o! :'es of e-,tjhar,,ve. irig plnee* . l.risville, .eueon, ¿c. kc. LETTERS, Ac,, iiuietECO, and all parts of es in California ■oathig of puro silva .eoimnoibitod All orders promptly A- A. S. WAITE&CO. THE copartnership heretofore 'xisfine- under the n; and stylo of RICH & NEWIH-AHli i* "'-■•' ' tyhiof RICH & NEWJUKK, hymtumil consent. J. p. Xev.-mark i Ule all alfau-js of the concern. day dissolved fully authorized to A'A ¿Sotle*. person-; indebted to tbe most ¡¡re roquest^fl tg UNlk m of SooW & iiip.te payment . OSBCRN, i..-. ^£ent. JACOB RICH. Los Angeles, January 1_ 1S65. J. P." NKW1IARK woHld hereby ootiTy all wbo are ¡nde 1 to the late linn of Rich ,A Xewmarl; to call and settle 1 line without delay, and those having demands to present .em immediately for settlement. i"-'s °* P.-W;iviuiiR Q the comn- Ati thoi before nitl «JT Prices as reasonable and prepared wil h ' nr, bold ai 'bieh eani). ch prod i inch admired, and n plates, as thcy Sfli. Hecause he luis of lato, after much e: irough.t his chemical preparation!» to perl jompoutids entirely dilTerent from auythin iscdin the art, which enables him to pi ¡to..—- ■■' every sitl.in-, w-t.b that clear,.j- niueh admired in -ill ¡lis pi.eturi ■i:-liinii perfect nlier.csses will do wet. elsewhere and judge for themselves. r,i wi-—-1-'- ----■ ■ perior to any in th. well to m. 1)0A'T FORGET THE PLACE. New building, corner.Sacramento nn.1 MS*.*» CUAS. li. JOilX^ON'. Air«if.- iríriEl'EJÍliEST LISE. CARRYIA"G THE V. S. MAIL. sr &an Francisco and In termed Inte Port», ,85j- The new and Kptendid btcamship Imrde- ■'■''.e-iilarsemimon-i DIEGO. Btopiti». TA PARPARA.I Wharf, SaoFíWí Roturninu, wife on the arrival of Angeles. Eor freight GOLIAH, Capt, J Pksk.mí, Wiil hereafter mate A-,, \' ''V*> LL"lfi '*hh-10, PAN- ' ' ' ' "s ^njrelos,) leavine; ¿Lonff " ".'. "V-rHAlU-ÍPAV --it4P.il. ■l'ku,^ I'Irl:,¿c'vc'lT<'tlif-r PltlDAY, ■-. • ^es irom . an Bermirdino and Loa. or passage apply on beard.. ■'ooUiei Come and §ü£ J. floodscousisiit,- oftiKXTS' PlX^AXliCiiA!::-!■:tt.ii'flj. IXG. BOOTS, ¡SHOES and ««"*» v-~-'¡-»-—- " hseriber» have just received a s¡deu = lid stock ot f GENTS' UrVEAXT* COARSE CT.0T1 d Gents' Furnishing Ooods. Also, large ¡/tock _______________________________ Merinoes, Delaines, Cashreores and Plaid, &d G' . , ,Sll[: do., fee,. &o, &c. And a general assro-i lli;.IlL „r TRIM.MIXOS which are offered for sale 1,^- until the biM ofJaouarr, K thi weiltoeanatü,e'llKXi¿".;"'*ixlr'',,ll;,;],Wl,MT'JuWrt'! |U'CU EA13ATT & CO. Agents Almsmacsl Almanacs! Stoi-y, ¿Heojíngtoii & Co. IMPIIIiTPHSaudiioalers in Oim-s, lled.kines. Chemicals Perfumery, Patie-y Articles, &c, IkltLunj Sire:-'., bd-ictzn \V>.:,:ihi:ojlon and Merchant, Sah I.-'raiicijjjco. ACfflSTS FOR OáfíOOIPSTN'DlA CHOLAf.Offbi;. WI.-T.A.R'S i!A15A¿\[ OF WHjicjtKRRV, ftr.\i:ft!-.'viü;;:;, cí>.->¡ mk;-íicim-:s. coii- IffiTT'S SHAKERS' SAR-Ai'ARILLA, DR. JIVAP UPE Promtl '. i tt , .; one ofoei- rim. ■.rill .re.'-'idc permanent- il; in the Atlantic ¡3tates¡ and su peri :¡ tend in neraon tl i ,.„..,(._..:_- pitting up and shipping of gSoas for tiji- (latter ourselves tliat wc can offer Bnporii-r rd "■"- ' quality and jiriee, to anv other in '..'"! STORY, SEdfiíGTON & O '8 EXPRESS. Iched by every iteam- •I'n Ports, viz : Monte- .rJ.., ci.nuH, uai'Daro, thence to Buena ven- j, thence to San Juan and Kan Pernardinc- :c to Lower California, Gila P.iver and! rees, Parcels And Letters forwarded nnd ¡patch. Puis of Pxeliauge ou the Atlaatio nd Kuro;>e can be procured of any of the AgentB ¡\% the above ports. H. JOHNSON, Agent, Los Angele* market, vantages, both line of businesi TI S. La ell established ¡in Ani/i-I'-:*.. . , '¡i, would ...... and [latroSs, that they rehimdi.se on Commission. lt knowledge of busiaesa. ofhíinPranciíieo, (a mem¿ u coti.-itainly in that city,) they ... .to the trading jiublid than any other boast of in Mils city. All order.-) Cor the purchase of merchandise in Kan Fri ,cisco mast be acoomnjiiiied with the cash-. LAZARD & %"W9 ¡.oí ángeles, AuifnateJ ''■■' , AugastlM, 1604 Kot.tcc, THE PUBLIC are hereby notified, that from an experience the be.st possible ; an association of duties both in tho lield and office for tbe term of fii\ month?, with Mr. CKO. J1ANSOX Civil ;imi iniilary Pngiueer, i have bc- ,"■)-,■•• bcyonfl p doi^bt Batis6e_d that be is not only to I'.-'t a . ,- ti.it, but from his integrity of ■; ■ . ■'-. i-, mi i:- y habits a gentleman, whom I cbeerfuOj recommend, arid thus having confidence, ap. point Deputy Surveyor ofthe County of Los Angeles Oflico, nest, door West oí tiie Store of lüatfliew Keller, and ercial street. IIPjS'RV HANCOCK, of Los Angeles County, over that of Bias fc'l.h-g'.s , i Ooimi- Removal. i'-'4 tf T!IM undersigned would ¡ul'orm his friends and patrons tbat he bas returned to his Old Stand o i Commercial. Street, opposite Foster Sf Wadhams, «here be would lie pleased to see all bis old cu t.loman | and supply them with (iecd*; at Jib; unttf-uallv leu- prices .¡anil " JOHN J0KE3. VOL. 4. LOS ANGELES, THUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1855 3TO. 40. Cos %t$t$ $Hw* Printed anil puhÜslied everv Tbursdnv, ¡nTempb.es Building's, Main street, bead of Ou mm «re tal, by J. S. WAITB & CO. Tii-mt,—Siihscri|.tion, Sis Dollars per annum, payable io advance, or Nine Dollars at the end of the yea;-. AdiJ/ríi'íínitiííí Inserted at Two Dolhirs per square of ten lines for the lirst insertion, and Oue Dollar per ¡square for *ach subsequent insertion. Terms, Cash, Transient advertisements must, be paid for in advance toiQHure attention, No communication is aduiissahle over a fictitious signature, unless the real author or writer is known. Agents of tlie tos Angeles Star. The following gentlemen arc authorized Agents for the * ■ Thomas BniniCK QfiORGS R[0B Messrs. Ksox Si Wiiis.ti.kh. B. S. Thompson..., R. HOFKisa -. Coi, jAQsms.. os. A- lfi.NTiniAX.. . ..San Gabriel. ... .San Bernardino. Monttrf_. Santo Barbara. San i^ti-:OI,i_/o. ... .Sail Franris'-o. LOS' ANGELES STAR MAIN STÍtEET, (Tem]»le*s Buib!iu.--.s) Tlie proprietors of the Los Augeles Star, would respectfully inform their frieudi am] tbe public, that thoy have j.l«t received a l-.irge aid vnri.'d assor!.ii)eiit of wSa matcri- »t, and are now prepared to esecute the following description, of VhSXS AND FANCY - JOB ^^tXI^PIKTC^-, In the Itcst ityle of tUc Ait. Books, Circulars, pamphlets, Cards; 3111 Heads, Deeds, ¿Labels, Notes, ¿Posters, Billets, Law Blanks, Bills ofBj.chm-1-.'o Banlr Checks, Pro .'rarrimes, Bills of Fare. uit may be desired. = -, p.j tmice thi: ntire ;itli their orders. : respectfully iuvit.c justness €mh. TS SPotlce. in.- resigned the oiiice of. Oount\ ..fo.nitv. will resume the ]>ractiei .i- StatD Court:;, and in tlie Dislric ILos Angeles, dan A Ali>ei-t H. Cinrlc, TT01tN-]i*.y AND COÜNSEÜOK AT LAW, Main street. in Nichol's New 11 .lilding, l,.is Augeles. Janll-tf ' A K¿. H. Dlmiiilek, TT-KISKY AT LAW AND NOTAiii' Dl-W.IC, Tl ilUinii. Miin streei, I.os An-r-hes. i C. F- Cai-r ArroasEV and couxselluií at Angeles I)»etor A. 15. Uauiium, TEHDEÍS bin services to the citizens of Los Anodes and its vicinity ¡ft the various branches of the practice of lledicine. Office at thc Bulla Union. fobl-if John ti. ¡Vieli.ils, /~1 ROCKRY AND 1TÍOV1S10N i-TülAA, al bis Ul 1 Stuud r \T Main street, I.os Amreles. tui'U if I)' ■¿lie ¿ftlíittli ew liftBfraiico, l'ttOVLSION.-i, GÜUCKíllKS AND LIQUORS. Negros. huAiiíi'l;*. au31 tf "\V H. JJll.VrfO.V. II. li. Ai.laa- .Tolinson & Allansnti, Saecators to AUtawdzr tt: MeUu*, .I'>1.K.-*.\I.].: AND 1ÍKTA11, DEALF.KS IN (:KN1:!1A1, MK.lXilANDlil-:, Main st., I.os Angeles. . aulT " Yv C. Dacomiaan, fATOIIMAKKU ANO liOOXSKi.I.lJíí. U.moi-rcial street .\nreles. jyS ly J.iiZHrd & Ivi-enier, IMPORTERS. AND V.'HOLK.-A.LM AND RETAIL DKU.KR- IV FOitK.KIN" AND J)MS1 ¡-¿.-Tit: UltV (f-O- IDS, f.í. Í i-i'll IX. ¡ UaOEá, &BBE&, HATS, kv., comer uf Melius' En*, Los An (Ti-Ws. ivlo ly Jl.KÍA.MUJU. D. ' I'll ü ta: ALUXANDEtlS & liANNlNCI, For warding and Ceiwmlsalon Merchant*, SAN PEDRO AND fa03 ANGKLE;;, Cal. fi*. N. MlíXAjíDElí. Lo\i AhíéSés. JvYMAN. RII.'II, HOl'KlNri .V CO., .ti.ni Ueriiardino. W. J. WILLIS, Lexington, RANKIN & CO., Pan i-'rancisco. nov 23 tf AUG. W. TIMMS. ¿tfoi*warding ani* CaramlsslJii Mcrcluint, SAN I'KDiU). AU goods consigned to ine will be forwarded with disjiateli to and from San IVdro aiu.l San Fiaiieisc.i and intermediate poru. Advances ni-ide ou goods, and all eommission bud jie-iH fitlendnd to with Tiroiontuess. decl4-1*m BELLA UNION HOTEL, Bi JOHN "W. ROSS, «ain Street, 3 doors East of Commercial Streef, STUART, Hi If,!)I.It BUILDINGS OP BRICK, WOOD or ADUBfi contracted for, to be delivered conjplete; V&. ELEVATIONS and SPECIFICATIONS drawn for publie or private houses. 1it5i_ CHAIS l'ÜMt'S put up and warranted to give satisfaction or uo charge. . ftg~ SHOP ue.ii' residence, Fort street Lis Angeles, liec. '28. 1854. tf Carpenter and Joiner Sliox>- T¿IE subscriber, thankful for the patronage hitherto extended to him, heap leave to inform his iriends and the public, that having located himself permanently in this city, is prepared to execute as heretofore all descriptions of Carpenter and Joiner Work, at tho lTivcit cash prices. Contracts solicited for ths erection of Brick, Tramo or A lobe Haul ..lings. Repain or aHerjithuts- promptly attended to. J3S3" COFFINS mad'e to order. T'uroiture put up and repaired with neatness and dis- Shop oh Main street, opposite tlie old stand of Alexander & Melius. =¡nov2-3ml PHI UP C. WILLIAMS. JLrchitect and Builder. ■vices to the public aa an EL¿EVATIO¡VS AW» aPECIFICATIOWS DRAWN. Contracts for all descriptions of Buildings taade and executed in the beat manner, and at the /short •it notice. Building Materials of all descriptions constantly on hand and for sale at his Lumber Yard, MAIN STREET. DOORS, BLINDS AND SASH =*f all descriptions constantly on hand. Workshop in Melius' Row. Office at Lumber Yard, Main street. IRA GILCHRIST. REFERENCES: - AbolStearnos.Esii., j Hon. Francis Melius. H-mryDaltou, Esq.. | B- U. Wilsou, Esq., janll-tf Wm. T. B, Sanford, Esq. Jk Sale 0.r ^tnt. House awl Lot far Sale. ÉMíjSl A VE1ÍV DESlUABUv HOlSE, suitable for a small ■■j family, containing two roions, with a I.oi attached, iii, situated nt the heed of Main ulreet, ¡s offered for sale on reasonable terina. For further parttcutafs apply to ICXACh) GARCÍA, febS-tf Temphj's R«w, Main (tre»t. 800 FOR SALE. ACRES OF GOOD LAND, suitable for cnltivatii and iuquai.tlties to suit.purehas,.rs. Said ¡.ami is situated on the west bjuik of the San Ouhri.d River, about one mile belo-.v ihe Obi Jli.wion. and is welludapted to tbe raifling uf aU kinds of rraía. A Warraulee üeed will beglven. — ALáO — Horses and Msilcs Wilt he tahen and hérdoO with d baud óf gent to horses on the t-ai.eb a.ljoiliin!; said land, ttirOe liiib-s from this oily, wliére Hiere ia an ubuiu.h..nee of good grass daring the whole year, A receipt will he given An- each an i unil when taken. Term-**, ©1 peí- Monti». Fur further particulars euijuire ef febl-tf 1SAa(* BARTJtfAN, Esq., Los Angelas. For Sale, PACK, RiniNG andWAGOS ML* n the .subscribers previous 1 i .j -¡.¡ li .. ewlier ALKXA*. .. ! ., n tSSI I , Í nl jan25-tf Or II. W, AL\X \A:-\ tl. ). , An . ¡,- A IS nre timticc. i OlXin Ol'PORTU.MTV U odered to an ináust ii 'V son to rent-a tarín about y miles iVnm Ihis i-ii- -■iiiliborhoed of the misiioii Sau Cubriel. There is from ■ o .ri!J aeres moler i'oio.-. áúd Would he lease,! fat a (jortti ¡' the crop or o I lieriTise. A good bouse on the prctnlMC^. !i.¡ilire al ¡hisoiiiee, d©eM feiooAnii-^oi* ni]-:: $in the OoeiHy oí Le 1KH-HK Aim. Ms. i-r e leOBrcodlng Sows in QON*. &c. from this Oily, and tho luis in selling it, id that onlr Object the present proprietor he wishes to leave the State. ,'j__^_^_^_— £-?>„ Terms easv. I'.'.n.jiiire of nov2:i—tf WM. P.. OSfeüRN'. Ajr titer A in'-' anus*». A nESIUAI-ÍLKFAliJl. near the San Gabvi.-l b_¡_ There is about (JO acres enel.^ed, bail-pv.e' I■ irineii can be irrigated. There is also souieSllll Fruit Trees and a good Hi .t tills oiiice. imv.t-tf Siaitjforil tS parson, ..-.-.-I th Ibe lafegc llricb St Flourin- «ill of Vf.Bsa, propose. for the parpKH Lo.: Angela Slceti, are now roeeiting nt lhe'rue,v i-.tiimi, and offer for aale i geiieralüsjairlnnm! of GTIO-^BJES &m PB0VISI0KS, " HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASS WARE Tinware 0fiUe4va«rti );tciuHfnrt=«i'e, l'AHLOli andCUOXIXO ST.!\'K--, ui the mb..: ;j¡.j..j-..vl,I Panned Doors, They wajiíd p=ártiu iifjo-íui i anv bi .s auk,.; , Barley. See. .otheii-h.i-elntof FMÍT TBFJS. -VpOWislbe IN haa just time to.b-ivai. received ih.- d plant them, lai-ei-at and li The ue., i suliieriber FRUIT TREES ever ship.-- 1 t ,, th* PoeUt-o ei. BHt. Thev nee in line order, from the eek braWd Mount Hope uurserv. Rochester. N.« v York.- Also 19,000 g u'ijii.s for Lfral'liiiL:. imdüdiji'í e ver r pood va rietvnf Apple, ¡'ear. Pliiui and Oherrv. ta 11 sm in or ther will all l.-e disposed ef. vr. i t: os¿ sntx. lebS-tf ■* Los A i:-,;el... » street. Lafayelíe Resíauran^ FORMERLY rPHE OLD AMERICAA_ COMMERCIAL STREET, ¿» HAS I— >■ -i:.--idij!ly reli I le.l a nd thorough §¡i&¿k£&AiéEÍ&i ivith'hiJ.l'-l-.ii.iii,-, il" !lesirej|. * Meals at aU hours, by bill of fare. Saloon for privat parties. Families ean be sup].lied at tlie nboriest notice. Cakes of all kinds constant Iy on band. Partridge, Rabbit and Chicken l'ie.s. Aliment are Preserves, - . The best the market aiVord., will be eoiwlanllv served up F.VU1Í &CÜ., I'ropr:et<u-s. Los Angeles, Jantiarv 11, 1=855. tf 33 «luant- the eo San Pi- where being . Salt! Salt!! ¡ialt!!! PACIFIC SALT WORKS CO. having eompleleil ilr block, Consisting of Hit;,- kettle*, aiid being now píete d para tion. are prepared to cuutract for any IV Of SALT, deli vera l-b- a'l ' he C.oj: |auy *< Works, on ¡seis , ill load v Charles Oi ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Watch Maker. Jeweler and Stationer. Comuiercial Street, Los Angeles. HAS dUST RETU1ÍNE0 from San Franeisco with tin. lirjiKst assortment of every description of LOOKS an i STATU ¡NEIIV ever before ..Ifei-.-.i in (his cily. Also, a Urge variety of JEWELRY of-the most costly and anperior description. Also, a superior lot of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, PAINT,' OILS, and some 5'Ji)0 articles of various fancy goods toó uto 11 ííotlce. I.L person? hulobte-jl to the late firm of Scott & L G&axges iL;e re i'-itattd to make iir.mr-diate pivraent twin, or to W.M.. R CCÜL'RN, 10V16 tf «WD dpi nth of San Franeisco. plea ofthe Salt can be Los Augeles, or at Ca; Salt paekrd for the t- ■n at the office ofthe Com lleis.-r & Co., Mui Francis CHAS. K. JiMINSOX. Secretary P.-S. W. Co. my sized Bfteks, and nt tho Company's Warehouse febf¿- líoiiio líliviiiifacíoi-y, Alain Street, nearly opposite the Star Office's _X 6o B20TEEE. SAD/ju-: ax/j .ifAh'.y.'-^s MAKicrtfi, Keeps ponstantlv on hand an assortment of SADDLES, HARNESS, LUIDLES, WHIPS, COLLARS, SADdee wake, &c. Wo are also prepared to execute all kinds of work in oui line at the shortest po A superior lot of I hand. eelpV tf . Pitts aiul Spurfi alw ¿Ejlvery mill Sale Btalj3e« THE undersigned, having purchased the inter e.st of J. D. Ii.'.Kj.nii, have associated themselves (-nat» under the linn of 1—U— A CS OA" .f- J tKIN, At the old stand on MAIN STREET, where they are pre pared to keep Horses by the | ALSO—The best Saddle Horse-. 1 flQ- Horses bought, sold or ojíc Persons wishing to buy. sell o opportunity by calling on us. Los Angelen, Aug. HI '54. tf I tii 2iew Shaving Saloon. PETEIÍ BIGGS SMffJEEifilftW! SALOON, whieh 1». has ft ted up with elegant neatness; Opposite Watlhnni'i* Stove, In Salainr's liloek. He has uow two chairs, and has employed afirat-iat( Sau Francisco Barber, is prepared to SH.WÉ. SHAMPOO. Di CCT the HAIR of bis friends in the most beeomitic fa-hhoi. Also—BOOTS BI..ACK.jj-¿D VOfy rapidly, and WASHÍ» done to order. His old friends he is ronfoeu! wiil rr.ntinue to patrOBtBt him. The farors of ali pensotw t h.inkfuU;.- receivud. «S* Open till S o'clock every evening. Los Angeles, February 8, 1856, tf Visit or Admiral Stirling lo .f«paii- Tronty Willi .fnjtnii. Tii.' Mail of Kovembcr 2d, says: II. M. Bteara- pra Encounter and Barracouuta arrived in the bar- =bor on Wednesday, tfee =Styjt on Thursday, attfltbe Winchi'i-t.-r yesterday mur.ihiir, from JapaOi Liu mors a-e plenüfulaato what the ..Vilmir; i hQ -■■ in doing, one oí" tli cm being tliat His !.",:\.:rU.?!ie V.w '■ Bucceajftilly ticgotmt'd tot the otsnlng of fon (some say &ve) ports Ú .British trade. 1 a iiu; lirii'i'jiDtis, li(i',ve\rr. liny Iwreliodon OS :-u = j- stanttally corructi. . During th;1 lirst throe vei-l.i- iho ^peat^t dincouv- feesy waa displayed toward their visitors by the 3a- panese, wlio placed a i'urdon^ boats an-Hin-.l the fej53els,"so tliat all QOflamumoation with the Bhore, and fui* some time ive believe between Ihe EAilps, was prevented ; and peremptorily refusod to supply provision!), Of even fresh water, bo thai tue orew=s were in consequence for Bome time x>n thorl allowance, until a threat from His lixcellenej that be would p-oceed tu Yodo, brought the ai.il to their acmes. At length, ho-,•,',**ver, p-Tmis'sion arrÍvo¡¡ frnm thi. Capital ut tiie f .[¡ve'i'iini- of Xaoasaki lo iMgotialo with Admiral Stirling, and a Convention wasslgn- ed, similar we believe in aU r=espects tu that entered into with the Americans, namely, that tiie two ports bfáimoáaHikdéadl BhftH m thrown open i.,j]¡:'iti!-h trade. A.I the swfte tune pwtóssioaw&s granted to the crews of the vessels to lmul ou an island in the harbor tii.e.i-ijliaiTers of a mile in circumference ; but with the exception of those olli- cers who accompanied the Admiral in his three cere* nionial visits to the Governor, on which occasions all view oi'the surrounding country, or even ofthe town, was prevented by a 1'ence ten to twelve feet high, extending from tho wharf to the house in whieh the reception took place, not a single Individual was allowed to set foot, ou the mainland. Ko traffic was permitted, and all endeavors on the part of the officers to procure specimens of lacquered wave, etc., proved unsuccessful. Indeed, everything was done, ami sueces-d'ully. bnt under a garb ofthe utmost politeness, to teach their visitors that their company hnd rather be dispensed with. The wptadron got under weigh on the 29th iriit., after a lengthy and most, disagreeable stay of six weeks, and returned to Hongkong, where, though previously ficparted in a gale, tlie vessels as above mentioned, have atlatríved in safety. Tins I-í-.!Í y and lici- Cob Tiie Boston Transcript gives un amusing account of an event that occurred in that cily a few days since. It seems that, a French lady residing there had a favorite cat, which, in the course cf time, had grown so troublesome and bold as to be exceedingly annoying. Madame laid borne ita increasing encroachments for a long time uncomplainingly ami w t: _-p '.tie. c ; bat at last ba ddet r- ¡nined to hring h"r cuur.se to ,a sudden c-iul. This was only accomplished after continued strivings and self-contentions, but triumphed in the end.— Madame, however, had a kind and tender heart. She therefore prepare*', ft largo basket, lined it wiih delicate cotton, periumes and flowers, and capturing Miss Puss i:i au '.¡-¡guarded moment, she f'oi'twith, v.iih many l,-ars. ¡uearceraied her in this Ü\ n; tomb. When night came, lite disfcreájed mistress, atti nd si My ft faithful female servitor, repaired to lhp.n -u'o-i bridge. Here her resolution wa-\ereil, ¡¡.- 1 u'.m .1 gave "way, aud she wept btt- ierly o\ cr her former ¿favorite ; but 'dually. Id; the conclusion of a preamble, she was reaadred, and was about eossignlug h'.-r vietiiu to the waters. The few lucid momenta that had dawned on Miss Fuss were being brought to ac'o-:e. Already \v shc hovering !;etweeu liie and death ; the basket was raised, and when it fell it was t > fall like Lnc"- f, r never to rise again. At t!i!.s mome&ta strong arm was luid upon be¡\ aud she heard a voice ex claim— '-Wretched woman !—;;nhajipy female!— what would you do? (rive me the basket! 1'oor unfeeling maniac!—and her own eit'-pring too. no doubt! bomt resist1, lialloa there poKccniau V And uftar da'.rued upon lier—not the stat of hope —bufan invulnerable agent ofthe law. .'What Wj,-ts to be done ''. She ceuld not speak the English language sufficiently fittent to explain in thia hurried moment ; but chancing to think of tho name of the French Consul, the asserted as plainly ae she could that she appealed to him. The "poliis7' reflected a moment—consented—and scon afier the rescuer and the rescued, the infanticide and the policeman, arrived atthe Consul's residence. Here tho lady in her own tongue made known her story, and thegsllantdelivered his. '-Open the basket!" said the modern Arisfides. The basket was opened. The benevolent gentleman looked at the policeman» and the policeman in great disgust at the benevolent gentleman. MYcli, I hope you are satisfied?" remarked that functionary, cmiLemp- tuously, as if absolving himself from auy parliel- pancy in the matter ; and the benevolent gentleman, with, a fait '* Ü vest" consulted his watch, wished somebody good morning, and faded out iuto the darkness. Actlno Asst. Q. M. Office. ? Fort Tejón, Cal., January Vith. 1855. ." PROPOSALS will be received at this office until tin: im'h of Fcbman-, iii-cxiiiio. for uui.jilviug TWO iiUM'RLL THOUSAND POUNDS W HAKLEY, u> follewp : The sa.id Batloy to bf delivered on thc boÁpletian of the contract, in tOpathlj iiuslJillumutr. of forty ihousunil pounils, including a supply to bo kept up a-t il i Oí.rent poiiit.H on tin- ron'l fo* tSfl a6e of tlio Government Toaitta, viz : ,M Sáiii IVa-li-r-, Runcho G.hm.iii.Ji. rntr.inee to Cju'iou of Sau I'riiiicisc.o ii'iii-ncr"^ ]';t;:s 'Ax, nr..! L4.i- LLíj¿;íb;-il.-—..ny 2,000 poancla at oaeh, I tic ¿balnace at tho I-'o^t. Tbe tWley to be deaveríd in good =sacks. Ic.-r fariher l.arti'culara uri-.-' •"-* í:¡-s "Eice- \-3,.: A deputation from Carson Valley lifts arrived at Sacramento, with petitions from that place, for the admittance of it iuto the .State of Californi't. They had pretty hard times on the road, tlie esdiBT almost smothering them at some points. Tlie following is from one of thc company. " As they ascended into tbenwantain the snow increascd iu depth to two or three feet, and when uight o\cr(ook them they had, aftera toilscme and sull'oriug day, made but six miles, and the snow around them four feet deep. Shortly before they crossed one of their mules Mas missed, but they could not go back for it. 'J'he prospects for thc night were gloomy in the extreme. Theirmatchcs had been so dampened by the rain the day previous, that they found it impossible to make a lire, they had nothing to eat. and wore compelled to camp tathefenow as best they might. They passed a dreary and Utter nighi, bnt daylight lound them all ¡dive, and ¡he SOOW not increased so much lis to prevent their advancing. This day they succeeded in passing the summit and gelling io Lake Valley, where tiie .-new \v¡u then bat throe feet deep, and where a stack of hay was found, which had been left there by a Mr. Smitlv To this they tied their inulei;, and after another night of suirbring aña endurance thc men started for the Mormon .Station, distant seventeen miles, for aid, leaving the mules at the hay stack. The Station was reached the ¡-ame day, but assistance for the poor animals could not be conveyed to them until the third day. when only three Mere found alive; twelve of them having frozen to death during the storm." Cash ahí) Citi-;nn\—rlf yon would gel, rich, dou'i deal in passbooks. Credit is the " tempter iu a new shape.11 liny dry goods ou :'tntst, utid you will purchase a thousand articles that cash would never thoughtof; a dollar hi band look* larger titan ten dollars seen through the perspective ui' a sixiy day due bill. Cash i.i practical, while credit taJeee horribly to taste and romance, Let cash buy a dinner, aud you will have a beef-.-tcak ikinked wiih onions. Send credit to market, nod he will return V.'ith eight pairs of woodcock and a peck of i. ush- rcoms. Credit believes in double-breasted pins and champagne suppers. Cifflh is mere easily satisfied. ^ - Healthy Women and nufly-Btaan&Bgci* Dr. C. M. Fitch, ata lecture Lb Pittsburg, speak- íng ofthe, acreditan canses of consumption, remarked, "J believe 'it tobe ntteily impossiblv to lad b perfectly healthy child bon) of dotlcate Bipk- ly parents. The unsound constitution ofthe pa- rent is usually transmitted with Increased Intensify to the" offtprfttg, and no charm [,-v of morbid pW!- dbposltion, te moro surely aod mure anmlllngfy ii'.i.ii-iuiued than b predisposition bo pnlmouarj ooa- sumptioa, Whea we consider tlte infiuence thai the mother's health must eseri oo the h-alth ofher children, it is strange that bo Uttlo attention should be paid to the physical adacatLeo =trf edrls. M'hy from the boor ofher birth la q female child to lis subjected to eternal LmprlsOttmentÍ Why Is she to bo cooped iro within doors, confined to patch work and nurstDB fi«doll, and taught if consider it- qnttfl uuhidylil-ie, to InoVfl i'asl.'i' llian l!u' di;:; nified gate of some super ai^pnated dowager, Turn yourgiclsout of doors, let (hem play at imll and trundle the hoop, and.iaagh nodsboul ■ i tiu-y please, aad they will i» Bner láctica A,.- U al thirl y. oren Ifnol .quite so graceful ai Hfteea By the lav, s of LycurgUS, the Wise nnd imniorlal lawgiver oí' the Spartan Ropublte, the mosl especial at- tention was paid to the jihysical educa'ton of wo- i.icn, and no delicate sickly women on W M«mt wafl allowed to marry. Supposing a prorisiou like this would be carried into olleclhcre ! What an army of ittnnarrhrd ladles wc should very soon see. If a young marl wants to choosc a wife, lei him invite ihe hnly he has in view, to take a walk, a long one, and" wben lie comes back it he finds Ufa companion obliged logo to beá witii a headache, let him look- somewhere else for a wife, unless in i- band of paying Doctor's bills. Speaking of early iaarriagc8,the Doctor remarked: 'In this ecuntry very few ladies arO fit eilher physically CT mentally to become motV.ers before they reach the agti of titenty^one, twenty-two. w three, bat SO precocious are our young ladies, that ii' they happen tq pasa twenty without baring made definite arrangements, they begin to consider themselves old maids, and before a ¡School girl is fairly out of short dresses and pantalettes, she is looking up beaux " Amoug the ancient Germans, than whom a fip- er race of men, physically, perhaps, never existed, it was death for any woman lo marry before she was twenty, und were this law to heVnacted and ngoronsHy enforced among us, the amount of human lif. that would be saved thereby, is past all computation/'' fcíGBJÍIorS íí<¡ol¡:.—ri'iie most impttdent and ex- perl achievement In the art of thieving that ive have lately heard of, was related to us a few de.yj unce, as follows: At a laborer's boarding house, where i tis customary in warm weather for them to leave their coats the entry while at meals, a thief took into his head to make an incursion one day when all hands WSTfl busy at dinner. Accordingly he recouuoitered fog passage way. saw a good variety of coats and jackets, some new, some half worn, &C-, all of v.h c'i he gathered into his nrifta, and waéJeareltSBly making h& etai. Just as he was about to cross thc threshold, the man of the house, who was Late to dinner, arrived at the door, '■What are you going to do with these coats?'' cried the landlord. 'I'm taking them to my shop, sliv- '■Aud whatfbr!" "The gentlemen want to get 'em scoured, ¡sir." '•Oh, then, if that's till," said thc Iktrdlosd, you mav Lik-miue along to.;-J Saying, he duiied his garment, handed it over to the thief and proceeded to his dinner, The surprise of the boarders on missing thoi: habiliments, and the confusion of the'Iandlord in giving his statement, may well be imagined. BnrMixou::CoAt.i.\"CAi.Tt-'OKxL'..—Thc State Jour- nal says that a mine of bitumiiiou:; coal has been discovered recently on Feather lili er, between Marysville and liidwell's liar, at the western liase of the foot hills. The vein has been traced eighteen miles among the mountains by sinking shafts. and is from <i to S feet in depth, and about eighteen feet wide. Itis unknown how much further tlie vein extends, but it is in al! probability interminable and inexliausfable. The coal is represented as being of a very superior quality—unmixed with slate or other impurities common in most coal mines—and of a, quality vastly superior to that usually shipped to this country from cither king- land, South America or the United States. It burns readily, and emits a bright light and intense heal, leavijlg a deposit of fine ashes. Tiie location oi'the minéis about 20 miles from Marysville aud easily accessible. A railroad could be built to this place from Marysville at a moderate expense. JTjST- There is no office higher than that of a teacher of youth, for.there is nothing on earth so preciQUS 08 the mind, soul and characler ofthe child. There should be no office more respected. The first minds iii the community should be eu- couraged to assume it. Parents should do all but 'mpovcrish themselves to induce such to become the guardians of their children. They should never have the least anxiety to accumulate property for tlieir children, provided they can plaee them under influences which will awaken their faculties, inspire them with higher principles, and fit them to bear a manly, useful, ami honorable part in the world. No language can express the folly of that economy which, to leave a fortune for a child, starve!.- tiie intellect and impoverishes thc heart. tf Brt, :-. ■ I JJÍO. TTKRAX . l&*prgB. A.A- 'A- ILviin Times.—Talking of fhe hard times, a lit tie lady not in her teens yet. remarked. "If everybody paid all round the lot, there Would be no trouble. Why don't they''" Her question is more easily asked than answered : whilst her declaration has the truth in it. Thc innocent child hasno comprehension ofthe credit system ; ami those who, unlike her, have foundOÚt its mysteries and miseries by practical experience, would doubtless be glad to be converted and become as she is. There are Lathings in this world that are severer trials ofthe integrity nnd temper of human nature, that ¡die natc friends oflener, lhat disturb quicker "peace and good will among nieiy' than pecuniary difficulties. Wherefore lie-—it" such au individual exists—is an enviable mortal, who owes and is owed nothing, but love.— Christian Register. Vmiiun items* p&~ Patience is thc ¡Morel ef eentontanOt. ffhOfl da ffl a man look like a canwm ball! When he looks round. Everybody complains of his mnory—«o- body ol his-judgment pSh An r\e.-!i ml substitute (bv uot&fthas been louud iu tli" j=.-.-.i- of j. ¡tragas. ¿ .'.. Th.- .-jj-mühe a.-ior. whe, . same room with a U-a-nru on account of its biasing, has just been kill.a, 0;. u ■■ blt*3t St uppkrwe." i abor i. n wihool of benevolence as well bs justice. Next wile rirtue, let chlldteo bs tninod to industry. .;■-.;.:.. I hi.jd o ■ .' leaitii-e.-i -L1 ■ ■ j - ■ j- iu ...-.',!■■ i ■' .■-.: rei ¡lug cea! boaaty, as speeeb alnú Urna* pable of e.\(Jl\'S(íll|g wit' :.. Sktisa ¿'iiríh saya alie tv'U never mny u widower with a Faínily. and r«lW i tuea, " t&q is tSowto on i ecend band ohlUrm.'' ^^i_ AVhy is the moon like n iLh man's Beat (live il up'.' Because tbe rnuinuutit's up, it's " olf on a shine.'' fcB-Wky ilurotJ the kitchen be adeUghtfe] 1- trwl ;n Banna t ttias? ,\u . -í¿...:huj j il Lu u cuyl and airy (culinary) aparlnn-i,,'. "Are you food of tongue, sir'-'' "Tes¡ (tho gentleman hohtlngboth hfslMi&ds to his ears, 1 Ewasaiwayti .-. inwbtm, audi like it i-titl." EJ^Many atruohcaH tint aontd have eome Back, like tne dove Un the ark, alter Its tru ■ r* ■■ sion, has been fttghtctMiil beyond all recall hy the ■ a, agí i iijn'ii'. o! u:í¿; ;' riving spirits. -. - ".'lu' number at languages spoken in (he wori.i. «uaml - to three tttewaml and sixty-four. The inltttbitants of the kLu)k profei - mors U¿!i one thousand dlflbrcnl rellgous, ^¡ffl- ,\ peaitent miner. In too dry diggings, thus pours out his pouI iu Immortal serse ¡ '■ from cus-in and Swearin Lb? a short time refrane and pray God Almighty to Send some mere nine." . B ' Hi thai bakes anylhing his chief good, wherein virtue, rea-on and hniuanily do nut bew a port, can qcver du the duties of cither Iriendship, justice or lilx.'1'jility. "■¿,.i-.. A little tellow who had just cosameQced reading the papers, a>ked his lather if the word *■ Hon," prefixed i i the ¿same of Mr. , the lie- presentative in Congress, meant - holiest?" That boy has a mind fur investigation. "Í.-G- Ever is a word much on the lip;, Lut little in the head or llie heart. The fashions of this world, its joys and ¡is iinrovis, pass away like a winged breeze : there is nought forever but that which belongs tothe world beyond the grave. '¿'it- Tri ut ers anil other consumers of paper may naturally expect a great rise Ul the price of that aitlcle, for people in thc days of laud times will be compelled to wear rags instead of selling thim. /-ÍJ- One of the political divines atthe Tabernacle in Xew York, lately, in alluding to Counvo- ticut in highly complimentary terms, called hvr the "Nctsteu Stale," and immediately added, •■ Where is the U!;¡¿aíi¿u '.'" Ví;„ A WOnld-llS prophet, down south, said lately, in oneof b¡*serraoi¿¡, that he "was scatter»- ■f.i. iu Luí whole world, BOil all =diluga therein."— Whereupon a native pulU-d out t«o 45 bills oa a broken bank, and requested him to fork over lliy specie lor them. jiiAl'- There arc in liughind sbont four hum! red thousand widowers, to nearly eight hundred thousand widows—about two to one ÍL v. ill be seen — a fact which goes far to prove that the sex which has the liberty ot'ii-king, fares belter than thc scr which has to bu K '-■ b ~&$l, "Miss Julia, allow nn- to close those blind;-; the glare1 of th" Wti mu =4 be OPpmswlvc." " You are very kind, sir, but 1 would rather have ü little sou ¡han no /ir./nl all.'' The blindshavs never Iwca adjusted—by i^ut gentleman. ^^, A.woman should be ivminbl.', bcoerolentf charitable,domestic, economical, forgiving, generous, honest, industrious, judicious, kind, loving, modest, neat, obedient, pleasant, quiet, rellecUiig, sober, tender, urbane, virtuous, Wise, esculpían, yielding ami obedient. gBBf A printer'* devil, ^rho pays special ulteii- liou to a youu-- lady up lov. n. willioul making uny decided advances, was returning with her from meeting the other night, when she Ibelingly said, -' I feari. shall n.-v.-r go A.> heaven.'-' ■' Why,-'-' snid our typo. " JLcause." ;he rcpllu-d, ■' l love a dei\l bo well." ^S- '■" Perseverance." said a lady, rery eaniest- lv, to a servant. " Is the only way to accompllnh great things." Oue day eight dumplings were neiit down stairs, and >■'■■'a h« dipappeund. " Sully, wboro are all those dumplings?,' '• I managed to get through tliem. ma'am." •■ Why. how OS earth did you contrive to cut BO many dumplings';': -Ly perseverance, ma'am,'-' washer answer. Dr. P , who Lb attached to a I'arlslsn theatre in quality ofa physlelan, expressed bis astonishment, that a man and woman were nol created at the same lime, instead oi'the latter i-pring ing Irom the rib of our first parent. A young actress standing by. remarkable for ¡he graceful turn which she evergivvjs lo the expression of her ideas, said, "Was it not natural, sir. that the llower should come after the sL m ';■' M.um'üs.—People are often raortyS to mumier*. ta order to be "polite" atthe dinner table, our fHend Brown almost starves bimwlf To please '■ reliued company." he orusht» and wire-draws the old S.ixoii tongue inosl tmuicreifully. -Manners, says Brown, are a humbug. Brown is half right. Bad manners are a humbug, but good ones ar« among the besi. styles of goods yd got up. 1J33- '■'Tl:e baby is si;k, my dear,1' "Well, give it som.1 castor oil. Denuis, bring up the castor oil." "It's all gone, sir—divil a drop is left." "Goim ! why we have not yet opened the bottle." ".Sure you have had it every oay, and I have seen you use ii myself upon your salad," ''"Why,you I COUtt- drel ! you don't mean to. say Tve beon e.iiiug castor oil every day during the salad Season !"— "Sure you have, air." "Did you not see the bottle was labeled castor oil?" L'í;ire wid I did. sir ; cmd didn't I put it in the ctiftor every day 'A' Poor John Smith.—That ttblqnitottS personage known as John .Smith, WOfl last week anvsled for au assault and battery in New Orleans, was locked up for being Intoxicated in St. Louis, delivered a temperance lecture In Cincinnati, embezzled the funds of and eloped with the daughter of his employer in New rSngfcnd. In tin: evening cdilied some cf the inhabitants of Boston With an oration upon honesty, moralily, wisdom aud knowledge; and was next morning proscribed as a knownothing by a portion of the New York brees. It has been ascertained that John is an Bscguimans Indian. lie mad" hi;- lirst.. appearance on our shores a few weeks ago. iu company with the captain oí a Yankee whaler, who has spent several winters In the Arctic regions. ¿r.Li- A correspondent tells us that an old gram- Ult who often found iault with professional men. merely because they were such, was oue day complaining about the high fees ihey charged, and the liability of those who employed them to pay such ii.'.-, Whether tbey receive anybeuef.t or not from their services. -''The lawyer,1' said ho. '•must hare his fee whether he gets his ease or loses il; the doctor must hare his pay whether hie pa lent lives or dies ; aud the minister must have Au salary, if one half big coogregatto» Sa '° 5e/A—«V«fi- '-. :■■■:_;.-.---v. BüRYaífl Ai.ivk.—A paper was recently read before the French Academy ofSciences, in which thó following extraordinary tm-tunco was adduced n» a reason for abolishing thc presen! eiisioui of burying so BCjon after death: "A young female had been twice pronounced dead,when only in a IranctS but, had recovered in time to pnv, ;.| being buried alive. A third trance came on. and iu Cflnscrpionco of what had previously occurred, permission was obtained from the constitutional authorities for the body to remain above ground so long as decomposition should not take place. A week—ten days pa&fled away--there was still HO dccompo.-ilion ; but all the medical men declared she was dead, and at length i-he was laid In a coffin. Only a few minutes before the coffin was to be nailed down, and while the bell ofthe village itoe already tolling for the funeral, a female from an adjoining village, who had been a schoolmate 0Í the Supposed deceased,-came to take a la-¡ tare',.,ell. ¡jhestoopcd to kiss the lips of her departed friend, and remained in that position for some time. The hy-staudcrs " to remove ht% S1)S waved them away with her hand,-, and remained in that position, with her lips ou tho:¿e pf her de..':.,.-.•,] friend, and brc:>r thing the warm brcaui of life into her lungs. At length she exclaimed, " She lives,'' and rising from the body pointed ont unequivocal sigi¡6 ol life. She then siaied when ¡she was kissing her friend she fancied she Lit tuT breath, ai:d in a few minutes v.-as convinced of that tact The Linale supposed to be dead was tedien out of the coffin and placed in a warm bed. aud in u few hours fully revived. She was, during her trance, fully sensible ot all thai was parsing ground b,.r.:u:d evefl in aid the death-bell toU. but r.*aa Incapable of ip=eech or sign to thowthat tíic naaaotdeao.—JY. Y. 'M\rfot. Jj--V ..IT
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 4, no. 40, February 15, 1855|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Title (Alternate)||La Estrella, Febrero 15, de 1855|
|Type of Alternate Title||newspaper|
|Description||The weekly newspaper has p.[1-2, 4] in English and p. in Spanish. Los Angeles Star in English includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Visit of Admiral Stirling to Japan -- English treaty with Japan", "The lady and her cat", "A deputation from Carson Valley has arrived at Sacramento", [col.4] "Healthy women and early marriages", "Ingenious rogue", [col.5] "Various items", "Burying alive"; [p.2]: [col.1] "The grape product and culture", "Northern Pacific Railroad Company", [col.2] "We have been greatly pleased with a short article in the San Francisco 'Daily Herald' of the 22d [sic] of January", "Court of sessions", [col.3] "The financial condition of California -- past and present", "Something new", [col.4] "Report of California Land Commissioners", "The mint", "Homestead law", [col.5] "Los Angeles price current"; [p.4]: [col.1] "Selected poetry. To a young mother on the birth of her first child", "Miscellany. An episode in the Peninsular War", [col.2] "A singular couple".; La Estrella in Spanish includes headings: [p.3]: [col.1] "La ciudad de Guaymas es hoy un lugar histórico", [col.2] "Mexico", "Corte de sesiones", [col.3] "Parte Recreativa. Por pluma y tijera", "Baja California", [col.4] "Armas de amor", "Al sueño".|
|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|
|Publisher (of the Original Version)||J.S. Waite & Co.|
|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||issue: Los Angeles Star, vol. 4, no. 40, February 15, 1855|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m52|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Repository Name||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Filename||STAR_127; STAR_128; STAR_129|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
«•THE OLD CIIÜ1ÍC H V A K D."
BI" JOHN H, MZLET.
When fruits and corn are gathered ia ;
When forest-trees ore bare ;
When wintry wind : their storms begin,
oar, and rend, and tear ;
Atevening's close, when men from labor cease,
And all ia still, in silence and In peace,
Then let ¿me die.
And bun' me In "the oíd churchyard,"
In a quiet lonely nook,
Where the old yew-tree seer-s keeping guard.
And listening to the brook.
Ay. bury me in " the old churchyard,"
Wtere many'a friend doth lie,
Where the old y.-w-ir-e .-:,;■ ms keeping guard,
And saying, " AH must die!"
Ay, bury me In " the old churchyard,"
Gloss by the old yea tr -■.
Where th< elm and pine keep watch and ward
O'er pool* mortality.
And ii '.'■
Let no vain n
N'o grand srrai with staff's
So heai-tle;6 tear or moan : ^_
But let my nearest kin,
Who lored me as their .(Mend,
Follow me to pay long rep
And there their sorrows blend,
Tim' *M ;M [ n :*'tr,ihyard,"
I.i a lonely quit 11 pot,
Where ffn fraot Bo v ire and ¡soft greensward,
Whihper, " Forget me not!''
Devil a drop of water will I iver drink again in
tliis country, without a snake-catcher in my
And wiiii sundry other resolutions that would
shock tho ears of "a temperance man. poor Mike,
pale and trembling with exhaustion, returned to
WE PAItT TO MQCET AiiAI.V.
BT J, F. SI11M0.N3.
Full many n scene, fui! many a flower,
Hay yield tbe bosom some delight,
To pei ■ h with ¡hi. passing hour,
And leavens back again in night ¡
But oh: there Is a special joy
Whan parting with the friends we love,
The bv-., ¿ ■ ■ knowe no alloy--
To point them to the sky above :
A*d while tiie pearjy love drops sw-ell
From eyes, the heart is free from pain--■
For though we whisper •• fare thee well,"
We fool '• wc part to meet again."
We knew there is above the skies
Aland " where saints immortal reign,"
Where pvery saint on earth who die
Heel Wen la be ne'e.- will leave again.
And when we meet In that bright laud
To sing Jehovah's praise.- o'er,
Among tii-- Bountleas nappy hand,
We'll feel fitat. woj-hall part uo more.
Look up where truth aad virtue dwell,
For earthly things are ever vain ;
Then thou, when bidding friends feretrefl,
Mayst g\y, ■* We part to meet again.''