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Sbt Jfi'iwtisttr ^tofctmcntsj Sum itmmtr%1ktx&Mtab.i3m ixntw g»lttotkmtitls.j giro Jfrancisjc ^bfccriis-meittg. XUtt.nhliahnri in 1840. n & Tt -n, DICKINSON TYPE FOUNDBK. i n u n n n 1 ii m n n ifni! D «n TUT P Established in 1849. ONE OF OUK HEM w at present travelling In Europe, where be ifi celleeting and inrwaiding to ns by every steamer, the most splendid stock ol WATCHES ASD JEWELBY ever imported into this State. Our Watches cannot be surpassed lor substantiality and time-keep ing. Our Jewelry is selected with the greatest care, and none but the most tasteful goods made of the finest gold are allowed to leave our estab lishmcnt. We manufacture on the premises. We are the ' inventors of the art, and keep ahead of ail competition. WATCH REPAIRING is done by the best workmen, Under our own inspection, and warranted for one year. Watches for repair sent to us by Express ore attended to promptly. BAllttETT & SHERWOOD, 136 Montgomery street, between Clay and Commercial streets. jj2C tf SAN FRANCISCO To Patties Claiming Payment froiis the flatted States for lows and destruetieif ol Property during tKe War ivilli Mexico. PASTIES desirous of having their Claims prosecuted by the undersigned before the Court of Claims at Washington, can receive all the necessary information on the subject, ami have their Claims promptly prosecuted on application to 0. MORGAN, Los.Angeles. aug 2 J. D. STEVENSON, Sau Francisco CARD. TO FARMERS. T d> -S3 -A- O O O . PARTIES HAVING CALIFORNIA CLOWN TOBACCO, of last year's crop, will lind purchase seplB by addressing a line to ADOLl'II SUTItO, 116 Montgomery street, San Francisco. RAILROAD HOUSE JAMES THOMPSON, Proprietor. Formerly of Haley & Thompson. BNTKANOB, 48 Commsrcial and 87 Clay streets, Between Front and Battery, SAN FRANCISCO. RESTAURANT—First Floor. LADIES ORDINARY—Second Story. THIS House has undergone a thorough renovating and cleansing, wilh new furniture, beds aud Bedding. It is intended by the Proprietor to have f his House second to none in.thiscity. Great care has been taken to select the best of servants, and no expense will be spared to make the weary traveler comfortable at the Rail [load House.' Capt. JOHN PAYNE, formerly master of the steamer Mountaineer, on tho Delaware river, and late of the steamer New Jersey, on the North River, New York, will be my Assistant in ihe management of the Hotel. There has also been fitted up magnificent Bath Booms and Hair Dressing Room attached to the Hotel, which, for cleanliness, etc., will not be surpassed by any of this city. Also, a Billiard room and Pool Table. ■ The Bar is stocked with the finest choice ol Wines, Liquors and Cigars. A fine Lunch served every day at 1.1 o'clock. aul5 3 JAMES THOMPSON, Proprietor, Dow, Childs, & Co., WQ01__S_U-B GROCERS, No. 90 Front Street, San Francisco. J. G. Dow, 0. W. Childs, J. A. BnTTBRS. O. W. CHIl-DS, [LATE OF LOS the trade of his old frfendfi no effort to prosecute :i bu Coast, satisfactory to his pi Possessing an intimate and thorough knowledge ofthe trade, he can guarantee more favorable in dueements than offered by any other fitm. All orders for merchandise will meet with strict, attention. Consignments of Produce solicited, and satisfactory returns guaranteed. Los Angcl*p, July Is*, 185*7. GEI.ES,] neas connection in San nd desirous of securing in the South, will spare Sines, with the Southern tious. DICKINSON TYPE FOUNDRY. PHELPS & DALTON, BOSTON. L. P. ISHER, Agent, San F rancisco. Orders Solicited ft. Ty.ic, I.ua.l*, Rule, &c. L. 1>. F ISHER'S ADVERTISING AGENCY, SAX FRAJiO-SCO.- No 117J_ Washington street, upstairs, nearly Opposite Hagdtre'H Opera ?TouSe. I.. P. FIPl'IEK is i,ht! iintlioi-iisea A_.ut of tbe' liMniiiMiiTiirAHiin J.M.gtrobridga&Co Mil!- ■aid, .ntoUni. , Ssiii Joaquin lleuublkMii. Stockton, Pacific Methodist, Stockton, S,]]]ni-;i Ht'rakl, Nevada Jiiornal, Grass Valley Telegraph, Bed Bluff Beacon, Columbia Gazette, Tuolurane Courier, Columbia. Mountain Democrat, Placci-ville, y.mpiro County Ar^us, 1'lace r ville. Cah.veras Chnmic'-e Jlokelunmo Hill, ROBERT JOSEPHI, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds. Golfl P.mis, Clocks, Watch Materials, Tools, Cf In satis, &C. tS_C. 1 7 I Wasliington street, Between Montgomery aud Kearny, (up stairs.) SAW FRANCISCO. * I HAVE just received direct from the manufacturers a large assortment of goods, of the latest styles and patterns, in the above line. p'S-1 have constantly on hand and am in regu lar receipt of full and complete assortments ol goods adapted to the California trade. To Ur trade and dealers in the interior, I would say, your orders will receive prompt and careful attention. Please give me a call. ROBERT JOSEPHI. _23?*N.B.—No business connection with J. S- Josepai. _ep26 3m N. REYNOLDS &, CO, Produce and General Commission MERCHANTS, Nos. 79 aud 81 Davis street. Between Clay and Washington streets, SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. Personal attention given to the sale of— Flour, Grain, l*otnt<M's, Onions, Fruit, Butter, Esgtj, Cured Jl^ats, Wool, HI4e_, And all staple products of the country. Will fill orders for goods when accompanied bv cash or equivalent, in way of consignments. Have constantly on hand new and second hand Grain and Gunny Bags, which we offer hy the bale bundle, in lots to suit. First class storage furnished when required, and liberal advances made on consignments in store. Having good experience and locality, we trust, by strict attention, to give that satisfaction which is pleasant to both ourselves and our consignors. Nicii. Reynolds; L. V. II. Howell. San Francisco, Sept. 26, 1857. PAPEH HANGliras Just lluceiveilj pes- late Arrival FRANK "BAKER, 110 and 11_- Clay street, San Francisco 6000 rolls French and American Borders ; 300 pieces Tapestry Velvet Carpet; 625 pieces Tapestry Brussels carpet; 230 pieces three-ply carpet; 300 pieces superfine ingrain carpet;! 850 pieces extra fine ingrain carpets ; .200 pieces cotton a:. 1 wo,-] carpet. ; 1 iio pieces stair <■ .rp.-i , ;.---•< •: ted ; 275 pieces Bay Sfcal i draj^eta; 800 pieces oilcloth, as 125 pieces silk damask 800 pieces cotton and "4000 pair window shades; £'375 pair lace curtains; 750 pair muslin curtains ; 8000 cornices and curtains ; 325 dozen mats, assorted. Stair Rods, Table Covers, Gimps, Fringes, kc. Wholesale ami Retail, by FRANK BAKER, 110 and II i Clay street. Orders from the country filled with care and tl patch. seplSSm WHOLESALE DKf GOODS. TO THE PAilMBR AND Dealer in Agricultural Implements -PX.-3A.S_ir -B._3_a>.3_t ! nic; the interest o*" tUo Hu-iner ; the iiitc. .i_E anil_growing- A^i-it-ultsir;.! State ; und 11 LISHED THE FIRST SHOP, ;cd; .1 bri -sted da! ■aiclio t AND MOWIXG IfAClITXE, '■ TiLi.i-:i; or (Mji.i-:; PLOWS, Ci;i.T!.VAT0Jl3, MAI-IROWS. FANN" MILLS, &c. fee. Lion tn what I manufacture, I shall c<m==iantlv nivr iin.)l«!ii(:iil-s h-oiu tbe bost milkers of the ml Westgrn Kla-le:-.. amongst which are CINCINNATI EACT/K STEEC AND ROVER PLOWS. istn ed TAAFFE, JFCAIULL & CO,, Front street, conic Snoramentoj j I3IP08TBHS AND JOBBESj STAPLE AND FANCY x>}x?."sr aoous, Olot-iag, ctoo., HAVE NOW OS" HAND AND ARE CON stanlly receiving by cv, rj elipper.ship from the East, ami by every stcitmer vi i the Isthmus, a com- plete Jtnd extensive assortment AIL GOODS IN THEIR LINE, KKLKCT-I-n Expressly for this market by one of the Firm, which will be sold at the lowest market prices, and to which tbe attention of city and country buyers is invited. Far tie u! ar attention is called to their select stock of SPSIEG AND "-"ALL GOODS, COMPRISING T:»e latest Styles ami Designs. A largo assortment of Alexandre's Celebrated KID GLOVES, Always on hand, together with a - Large Variety at Boob Glows, Gauntlets, *_. ALSO, A VMRY PUUL, STOCK OP HOSIERY, COMPRISING ETERYARTICLE in this DEPARTMEA"T DAVIE3 k JONES' CELEBRATED I3 A T I:a S X g H I R T S. Cotton _3hc3cs, Nos. OOOO to SO, Raven*s-B>yc__s, Drills, S.-eetii.£s, Ac, tVc. Also, a lacgc; stock of SPRING and FALL CLOTHING suitable for the .Mining and Agricultural dfetricta .together with-every, article to bo found intheDiv Goods tine. O II p E B, S FILJJBD WITH CAUE AND pESPATCH. TAAPFS1, MoC.AlIILI, & CO. auglS 3 Front street, corner l_;\cnu:>-eiito. ad i THO: .__.__.. v.v.v; SHAW, 33 SacrnmcEitd sii-eot, near Davis, San.Fr *g=3liop corner Duvis ami Sacramento streets. FOR SALE, 10 Kcrysione Wine nnd Cider Mills, Suitable for manufacturing-Wine and Cider by T. O. SHAW. 33 Sacramento slrpet.' near Davia, 4mo_ SAN FRANOESaa. 107 OXiSt^r Street5 OFFER FOR SALE A full ami c<mi]>!elc assortment of desirable DRUGS AND MEDICINES. R. & 00. respectfully solicit orders from tlie oimtiy, and will guarantee satisfaction, in every mrti.-ular. to those who favor them with their cus- om. no28 3 CATTLE BONES WAJSTED, (^-1 pr FRR-TON will bo paid by ns for good 5Plv solid CATTLE CONES, oq delivery in San Franc sco. bond & hale, _, „ 59 il,1|l 61 Saasome street. San Francisco, Sept. 15, 1867, 26 ml .Hoi .-tland, O.T. , 0. T. im, 0. T. -onyille, 0. T. ympia, 0. T. Ateiltiuoom, W . T. ivertiser, S. I. , Mcxica.ii Kxtra-orflinary, City of Mexico, Hongkong Register. Advertising In tlie Atlantic l^fntca. L. ?. !■'. lias now completed bia"Jirrangemeiitnfor th> Cos-wan"! in if ot" ail ve^ti.-em cuts to all tlie in-incipal Invg-p^ cii-ciilating journals jind neyspaperB pulilislied Atlantic State*. the L. SCOTT & CO'S KBPK1NT OF THE British Periodicals AND THE rMfliiv tains. GREAT REDUCTION' IA' THE PRICE OF THE LATTER PUBLICATION. L. SCOTT & CO., NEW YORK, continue to pub lish the following leading l.riush i'eriodieals, viz.: ■ 1- The Loudon Quarterly, Conserrative. The Edinburgh Review, Whig- The North British Review, Free Chiirch. The "Westminster Review, Liberal. 5. . Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Tory* TliesePci'ioiliciilsa-ljIv l-ejii-ertcnt t\w. ^lu-ce groat poli.tl cal parties of Great. Britain—-Wilis;, Tory, and Radical,— lint uolitics forms only one feature of their cliaracter,— As U.vgcns oi tlie most profound writers on Science, Lit oratlive. Morality, iiinl Religion, they stand, as tliey evei liiivu stood, nnr'ivnllod in the world oi' letters, being eon- aidei-ed indispensahic to ttie scholar and the professional man. while to the intelligent reader of every eluss they i'urii'ish a more correct, and satis factory reeon) of the day, tlirongliout the world.than can he possibly obtained from anv other source. EARLY COPIES. The receipt of Advaiiw; Sli.ets trom the British puh- lishers gives additional value to these Reprints, inasmuch as they can now bo placed in the hands of subscribers- about as soon as the original editions. T rZ R M S . Per Forany one of the four Reviews - ! For any two of the tour Reviews For any three of the four Reviews .For ftlf four ofthe Reviews - - -' ■ For Blackwood's Magazine For Black.fraud and three Reviews For Blackwood and tho four Reviews - - 10 00 Payments to 'be made in all cases in advance Money current in the Slate where issued, will be received at par. c l_;ltb bing, A discount of twenty-five per cent, from tlie abov prices will be allowed to Clubs ordering four or mor copies of any one or more of the above works. Thus Four copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, will be sent to one address for SO ; four copies of the four Review's and Blackwood for 530 ; and so on.-, POSTAGE. In all the principal Cities aud Towns, these works wii" be delivered, Frke of Postage. "When sent by mail, tlie Postage to any part of the Uuited States will be'but TwKviT-rotiT: Cn.vrs a year for Blackwood, and but Fourteen Csnts ii. year for each of the Reviews. A'.B.— The piicein Great Britain of the five Periodical* above nam til, is about ->j'l per annum waa ws,mmmmm ©«i»s TO SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL AC P.TCULTURE. Bv Henvv Stephens. F. R. S.. oi' Edinburgh, and the late J. 1>. Norton, 1'i-ofessor of Scientihe Agriculture in Yale College. New Haven. 2 vols. Royal Octavo. ICOOpagi aiidnumeroti- Wood am] Steel Engravings. Tliis ij,confessedly, the mo-t complete work on Agriculture ever pi. ili.-iied. uud in u\- ler to give it a wider circu- latiun the publi.-diovs have resolved to reduce the price tc Five Uoillais for tlie Two Voluirjts:! When sent by mail (post-paid) to California aud Oi gon the priee will be $7. To every other part of th* Union and to Canada" (post-paid). 50. m" This -wo ' ' Remittances tor anvff tho above onblieations should always be addressed, post paid, to the publishers, LEONARD SCOTT & CO.. No. 54 Gold Street. New York JONAS G. CLARK & CO'S FURNITURE ■WAREEOOMS, laS Washing.,.,, street, Sni, Francisco ; n„d ami 31 F.uiitl. st.cct, bclweei, ,T anil I£ Ejtreets, Sacramento, Importers, Manmacturers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS In every description of 35^ .XT' 2FS. _ST X T XT _=t __! AMD suing, ...■■,■■ i' ';uu;!i ;nnf jteaos. toisijjlcl.c sissort- L--]i --3'_^L.;.;.;^ iU,.t;j. (>f vii-li ivti I ljouut.Il"ul PURWITUR.E, ever offered in this State, consisting in part of— FINE ROSEVSOOD, WALNUT AAD Mahogany Parlor nnd Chnmher sets. sofa's: ottomans, lounges and Easy Chairs ; Bureaus, What-Nots, Mirrors of all sizes. office and kitchen furniture, in great variety. K-3~ We are now manufacturing from onr Native Woods, also from Walnut and Rosewood, most of our finest Furniture, and can produce an article su- pcriorfoi'Sti'Oiigr.li, dmaljility and beauty, to anything imported from the East. ^t.We have constantly on hand,;..id are in regular receipt of fall and complete invoices of-Ooods, adapted to the Interior and Coast trade. J?5"'i'o Wiutleimle Oftalera-vve would SJiy, yvtw orders will reeeive, as formerly, our careful and prompt !■ agl5 3 JONAS G. CLARK & 00. LOS ANGELES STAR lob Ipnttthtg €st(tHis|!iwnt. SPRING STREET, adjoining the U. S. Land Gfiiee. The proprietor of the Los Angc-leES tar, would reapect nth,- inform his friends and the public, thai he hat mti-neeivedalarseaml vnricdassortment of new tnatei-i 1, and ia now prepared to execute PLAIN AND FANCY 3"<0:-3 _£*X:8.I3»rr__?X3_yr«_3-. w of SmssGiBie aa»<I Coihbbici- cial streets, SAAr FRAArCISCO, 0ULD call the attention of the public of Southern California, to the largest and most complete ■tinent of Clothing and Gentlemen's Wearing; Apparel, offered in this state, consisting, in part of Fine black, brown, and blue frock coata; Blue dress coats; black, brown, grey, blue,and mixed business suits; uinmer raglans and sucks of every description, particularly adapted to warm climates ; Fine black and blue doeskin and fancy cassimere pants Double, single-breasted, velvet, jnarseilles, silk, cashmcrette and cassimere vests ; also, A large assortment of navy flannel and alpaca suits. Also, a large assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, consisting of white and fancy cotton and linen shirts of the latest styles; Heavy and fine silk, cashmere, merino, shaker flannel and canton flannel under shiifs and drawers; Silk, merino, linen aiid cotton half-hose; Cravats, scarfs, and neck-ties of every description Kid, silk, cashmere and linen gloves ; Suspenders; silk and linen handkerchief,!; . Fine black, brown, Panama, Peruvian, Leghorn beaver, and silk hats ; Army, navy, velvet, cloth and cassimere caps; Also, about Twenty Thousand Dollars worth of niarseilles and linen'S UMMER CL O THING just opened. . Also, sole, leather trunks, valises, and carpet bag; of every description; And, in fact, everything pertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe constantly On hand. We flatter ourselves, with seven years' experience and with the largest assortment on the coast, that we can please all in quality, price and style. Every article we sell we guarantee to give satisfaction we manufacture our own goods. Picas*) Give us a Call. All Orders promptly filled, and forwarded by the return Steamer: FRANK D. GILBERT, with J. M. STROBRIDGE & Co. Southern Dispatch Line OF SAN PEDU0 PACKETS, TOUCHING AT SANTA BARBARA. THIS LINE is composed of the favorite clipper schooners LAURA BEVAN, Captain F. Morton ; . JULIUS PRINGLE, J. S.Garcia ; S. D. BAILEY, N. Hiller ; ARNO, Wm. Hughes. Which will run regular hereafter as above, taking freight and passengers on the most favorable terms, to which every cave ami attention will be paid. Arrangements are in progress by which a regular Weekly line of Schooners will be established, sailing from" San Francisco, without fail, every Saturday. For further particulars apply to any of tlie principal merchants at Los Angeles. San Pedro, or Santa Barbara. N. PIERCE, Proprietor of the Line, at San Francisco. Office—Corner of Market and East streets,lower building, (up stairs.) where goods will be receipted for and forwarded free of storage and drayage aug 16 0"l Sewlsig Machines. 11HE undersigned, Agents for Messrs. Emery \ Houghton __ Co. in this State and Oregon, are offering superior Machines, as follows ; BngaiinS manufacturing 31aclii-.es Family Machines, several sizes; Aud last but not least, the $30 MACHINE. A fine assortment in store, which we shall take pleasure in showing to any who may favor m with a call. Needles, Thread and Silk constantly on hand. JONES & STEPHENS, 104 Clay street, between Sansome and Battery, San Francisco. N. B.—Mr. Grevey may be found as above. jy!13m MOTIOE To Southern Merchants The Subscriber offers his services for the purchase of Every description off Miiicliandlse, on Commission. HAVING had many years' experience in this particular branch of business, he feels confident that he can give entire satisfaction to all who favor him with their orders, which may be addressed to him direct, or through R. EMERSON Esq., of Los Angeles, to whom especial reference made. J. HOWLAND BILL. San Francisco, Oct. 1st, 1857. oc24 SHERIFF'S SALE. TTNDER, ANb BY VIRTUE of an order of sale, U issued out of the District Court, of the 1st Judicial District. State of California, for Los Angeles county, duly attested the 27th day of November, A. D. 1857, in the Suit of William T. B. San- ford vs. Edgar Purdy, and to me directed and delivered, Have levied upon and will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at the door of the Court House, iu the city of Los Angeles, on WEDAESnAY,lhe 2Zd day of December, A. D. 1857, at 10 o'clock A. Al., tbe following described property, to wit: All the right, title and interest of the defendant, Edgar Purdy, in and to the following described lands, lying and being situate in the county of Lob Angeles, io the Township of San Gabriel, about two miles northerly from the Mission of .-an Gabriel, and adjoining the ranclio or Manuel Gar- lias, being the same lands bought by the defendant at Sheriffs sale, on the 25th day of July, 1853.0U execution against" the property of Juan Gallardo, and subject to redemption according to law. Said land being known by the name ol'San Pascual, and previous to said Sheriffs sale occupied by the said Gallardo. Together with all the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. Given under my hand, in the citv of Lob An- gelea, the 27th day of"November. A". D. 1857 W. C. GETMAN, Sheriff. Per W. U. PETERSON, U S Lob Angeles, November 28j 1857, Post Offices and Post Masters In California Agua Frio.,..Mariposa county......BP Whitney Alamo Contra Costa J M Jon eg ■ J Antiouh..... . do G Itrown AU-;u-,ulo Alameda A M Cliurc_, AUmotla do A J Barber Angels Calaveras J CSoribner Auburn Placer K Gordon Alpha Nevada A J Al.ton American Ranch.. Shasta—,...T AFr.e_i__ Alviao gauta Clara A Rathhone Ashlayil Butte Elijah 1.6 tt Aqueduct City., Amador MS Butler Belmont San Francisco S ,1 Ellet Bi-usli Creel* Butte 1- G Martin Bidwell'sBar do 1' WWorstrum Benicia... ...Solano T T Hooper Bottle Hill El Dorado S M Jamison Bin; Bar Trinity... Bi;,' (lal; Flat Tuolumn Bond villi; Mariposa... Bodega Sonoma....... Blou in Held do Brick Sacramento.... l.ueliner do B-icl^poi-t Humboldt. Win Cudilington 3 IV Butler Stephen Bond. .J M Miller ...H Lamb ...DLlafken ...James Buckner W Roberta Buckeye Yolo.,.. ....J M Charles Cache Creek do A McDonald Charley's Ranch Butte L Loring Chico do John Bidwe-11 Cherokee do T M Daniel Ciimpo Seen, Calaveras T M Pawling Camptonvilie Yuba ...S J Bqwley ..Tuolumne M R Graham do .... ,...Z BTinkoia Columbia. Curtsville do Clinton Nevada Coon Creek Placer Coin sa Colusa 1 Cold Fpring El Dorado. Coloinn do Coil.-uvillo do Clarks .J M Root H M Moore ...JBarnea r'm'Vincent C-W Gilbert RE Davis Geo Thatene. I) Cumm Cosumnes Sacramento W D Wilson Cordelia Pgolano P 0 Lamorie Cotton Wood Shasta Wm Lane Crescent City. Klamath DC Lewi* Centreville Alameda R S Clement Cation Citv Trinity R F Channel Diamond Springs EI Dorado ,.M K Shuarw Don Pedro's* Bar Tuolumne., R Smith Double tljii-iiigs . . ..Calaveras NT Norcroa* .-ille.:....gier Dry Creek-..;....Tuba.... Dry town Amador... luirekn Humboldt... El Dorado Calaveras.. Emory's Crossing,. Empire Ranch RUioU's, Ranch Franklin Folsom . .James Gernon .Robert McAdams ...WO Clark ...111 Fobs A Irvine ..Yuba J.wBrantt ..S Moody ..Sacramento Mr Elliot do J BCr»wf*rI do JClarkia Fiddle town Amador D Townsend Forbes town Butte Nathan Plum Forlorn Hope Merced T Fajrleson French Gulch.... Shasta W G Glbbs Foster's Bar Yuba SB Whiteomb Fremont,....Yolo Jonas Speet French Camp San Joaquin.... ....RWNoble Forrest City Sierra W Henry Foreman's Bunch Ca" Fourth Crossing Green Springs.... Tuolm Garfote do Grafton Yolo A Updegraff Grand Island Colusa.-. Thomas Eddy Georgetown-.-.El Dorado J C Terrell Greenwood.... do CD Brady Garden Valley do ,S Stewart "zzlyFlat do James Burgen ..S Foreman A CBeritilioS ....R I, Gardiner- ..J H Watts Gilroy Santa Clara.... Griodyear's Bar Sierra. Gibsoiiville do Grass Valley.... Nevada.. Georgiana... Sacramento Gwin....Merced Win Langhlin Hamilton Butte.f It Davis Hon-'s Ranch.. ..Tuoli Horsetown Shasta. Honcut....Ynba.... .. Horuitus Mariposa. Tone Valley Amador Tllinc>,*town ....Placer Iowa. City.... do Indian Diggings... :E1 Dorado Indian Gulch MercciL. .... Jamestown Tuolumne.... wit son ville... -A C Everett ....JuliunMeinhnrdt - .RE Elliott ..E Matthewson J M Sedwell .G D Dickinson J R Gill W R Rizer WLfioss .......J H Alvord B Brickell JCo-gan ' J W Gilbert ...1 W Norton ...R W Mardis G B Kevei Jackson Amador B B Redhead Johnson's Ranch Sutter.. W E 0 Kerr King's River Tulare J Smith Eelsey's El Dorado John White Knight's Ferry....San Joaquin W E Steward Leach's Store Mariposa I. Leach LitMsen'a Butte W P Majhew Lowistori Trinity 0 Wood Los Angeles Los Angeles J S Waite J.iurnuiire Stanislaus L M Booth Lisbon Placer G W Applegate. sing's Ferry San Joaquin Lit'le York. Mountain View.... McCartysvillo Mav field Hup-tus .Mission San Jose.. Mountain Spmi-s. Michigan Bluff ,\Iarysvil!i....Yuh: well's Creek... Santa Clam ...WW Coi ..1 Shumway Levi Miliar, .1 Otfisoi, I'Vd Creijrhton- ..J J Vallejo ...1 Barron - Wa-heim Sla MeDennott's Bridge Hill Valley Moon's Ranch....Colt Ni Mont ma....Tuolui .Los Angide.' pa Napa vaUa... .Nevada .olaus....Suitor do ....P W Kevs iposa Q W Coulter O J F.McNamara > J II Miller II Carroll .1 '-.-M Fogg 'eras H S Anhiser 0 A P Stevens lo W FMcDernmtt do E S Qaburn GeoKastmnn J H Weston icuto J W I.ennirion B I, 1V.-1VI1K Wm Curl ■anch.. ..Cnlavei Newtown.. ..El Dorado.. Nealsburg... .Placer Natividad Monterey.. Nelson's Creek Sierra. Ouseley's Bar Yuba.. Oregon House do O'.iyme's Ferry....Stanislaus ...W F Norton Ira Thompson J Bates CM McKinnellv E B Eaton -....W H Endicfttt J C Dickey II F Join Edwin T Lake ...J W Smith A C Neal ...James Stokos .....I CLewis . ..F Bridge IV: e Ric Onisbc Sacrame Ophu-ville....Placer,.,. Oro City do Oroville.. ..Butte Oakland Alameda a,...SiskiV( Plum Valley . Sierra... Princeton Colusa.. .. Pine Grove....Amador.. QuarUburg.... Mar.iposa ..John O'NeH Quit .I'lum Rough ami Ri.ady Nevada Round Tent do Red Hog do Hed Bluffs....Shasta Rabbit Creek Sierra Rattlesnake Bar Placer.. . Russian River Mendocino. Sehastopol..'. .Napa Sau Francisco.. " Steinberg's Sacra men to Kn era in cut. Sutter do Scott's River.. ..Siskiyou.. Salinas Monterey San Jnan do San Diego San Diego.. .. Pan Luis Obispo San Lu San Jose.. ..Santa Clara.. . Sanla Clara do Santa. Cruz.. . .Stinta Crual. .San Fr; do ,1 (ialir . .Los Angeles do .C F-Hoi ...Daniel B Cu G.Whito D C Downer ....TGallagher GH Coe ..Geo Wm AT. Bailey A M Thatcher ... W R Swinerton . sras...; RH Hoerehner P Tnrnev ....F R Booker ..II T Arnett A Leonard DMPool Lewis Stork E B WinanB E J Slate J C Green ..SBradway Mr.. Lester Thomas Wood )........HG Heald Ii M .It.husto'n ' iisco ..CL Weller G Thatcher Ferris Foreman D Hastings James Cregein .J BHill P Breen .. .. George Lyon s Obispo. A Murray ,...CE Allen H D McCobb ......E Anthony J Wood W Van Wagner G Alexander T Burdiek ,S J Ski.lmore . ,.F C Hahmann Mr Miller N M Hedges ...W Russell A B Bates ii Rafael....Mari: Santa Rosa.. ..Sono; SOnoma do Smith's Ranch do San it anion.. ..Contra Costa.. San Pablo do Salmon Falls.. ..El Dorado J.Down, Spanish Flat do J Gtassman Santa Barbara Santa Barbara G R Fisher- San Bernardino San Bernardino D H Thomas Shasta Shasta ..J Lemon Shaw's Flat Tuolumne J Roberts Sonora do G W Patrick Staples Ranch San Joaquin........D J Staples Stockton do P E Conner Sutler Creek., ..Amador.... . ..D Crandull Sarahvillo do ■"■■ R Robinson Snelling's Ranch Mariposa H Sehreeder Suisun.. ..Soiano .'..W S Kyle San Andreas :. .^Calaveras CI. Sweet St Louis Sieira..:... ..WPWilliama Secret Ravin- ..Placer J Hart Split.Rook Merced J A Bugg Strawberry Va.ley....Yuba J A Barnhart Tehama..-'.Coluxa.. .... ..O Gervy - THnidad Klaniath.. .. F C Darling Trinity.. ..Trinity..1 C Lee n Humboldt ....A H Mnrdoca ..Amador..'.. ....ET Barnum ..Solano J B Frisbie . ..Calaveras Gil Murray ,.Tulare.. ..J P Majors - ....Butte.......S Alvard Vallojo.. Va.iler.lto Visalia.. Woodville Weave; Watsonville... West Point.. Whisky Creek Western fc ...^Trini a Cruz. ,....L Thrift sras ;. ..A Walbaum sta P Mi« ■ to A-HWbite er NHen'ck' LBadolett J H Hutton John Lintel] ^iilll VOL. VII. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, JANUAEY 9, 1858. NO. 35. Cos ^.ngths Star: .-•.. ■ PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, At No. 1, Pico Buildings, Soring Street, Los Angeles, BY H. HAMILTON. TERMS: Subscription, per annum, in advance. .$5 00 .-For Six Months, 3 00 For Three Months.... 2 00 Single Number : -. 0; 25 . -Adybrtiskmests insertc atTwoDollars persquare often lines,; for the first insertion ; and One Dollar per square for each Hiibsiutiuetit insertion. A liberal dednctio.n made to Yearly Advertisers. Agents.—The following gentlemen ure author tz'ed Asents for the Star : L. P. Fisher. ;....-,±San ih-anc.isco. Bciin'S & iiiTiiDicTi, Post Olfioe Sdn Gabriel. .Coi.. In. '-R.ff.Qt . Mor ..Santa, Barbari Montgomery House ,JlESrr4UmANT LOS ANGELES. where the his guests. the charo-e The undersigned will open _IM»TO-MORROVV. ^^0 AUGL'STi atthc.il known Rouse, A RESTA Choicest viands? will be di& The cooking department wii of J. Fox, who is known as an To tha establishment will bi DEPARTMENT, wliare can times everything thut can be Families and 9th ol ed tt undt nmpliphed caterer hed a PASTRY procured at all ittac inies everything th;it can be desired in this line, families and pnrtiws yu-nilied on'the shortest notice -If MAitOHKsiCVLtLT, Proprietor. Los Angeles, Aug. 8th,.1857. wTllovTgrove house EL MONTE. IRA THOMPSOU1 ■ BEGS to inform tiie public that he has re.fitted his liotel, and is now prepared to receive guests and attend to their , wants in a manner which cannot be surpassed by any house iu the township.' He lias laid off his grounds in a handsome manner, there beinga large grove "where visitors cau enjoy the cool and refreshing breeze even in the hottest tlays. with neat walks traversing it. Travelers will find a large corral, cir^ious stables, and abundant lood for their animals,' together with the-greafest cure and ailenlion. and on the lowest ferhisi , No .expense shall bo spared to render comfortable the guests at thu "rV'iilow Grove House. The Post-office is located here, unci ihe mail Staged from Salt Lake and San Bernardino stop at this house. Ill A THOMPSON El Monte. June 27; 1857. "■ R E M OVAL, NE¥MARK, KI1EMER & CO, ff'AVR REMOVED to their NEW STORE on Ii COMMERCIAL STREET, where they imve Oil lutiids, aud will alMiV. b";' supplied with, a large and varied assortment oi" good*, eor«pri_i,Hg CIotlai,n^, Boots, Stedes, -fee. fee- Terms moderate. We look for small profits and ftuick returns. ... NEWMARK, KREMER & CO. - Los Angeles, April 4lh, LS57. ^nisintss flSUii LAZAED & WOLFSKILL, importers; And Wholesale and Retail Dealers .in Frenelij JEnglisH and Ameiicaii Dry Goods. Corner of Melius Row, Los Angeles. aug 9 BACHMAN & CO., WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DEALERS IN CioccmI.s, Wines, LIqiiorss, ClotUing, Ilard- wnre, &c, &c. Produce, Hitlcs, and Wool Inltcii In ndinnge, Los Angeles (street, second house from Commercial street. rji)13 AUG. W. TIMMS. Forwarding and Commission Mcrciianl, San Pedro and Los Angeles,Cai_, un7 H- READ, Agent, Los Aiigeie8. R. E. RAIMOA'D, A"o. 105 Font strett, Agent at San Francisco. ■ GAMBSINXTS EKEWERY. 11 HE best ALE and BEER manufactured, and always on hand. Delivered to city customers without extra charge. Coopering and _&_ph._-nj§ of BaiTtls, i.c.&t. An assortment of Barrels always'on halid^ ■ K. MESSETi, Proprietor. RASSETXE HOUSE,. Corner Iltisii and StUJSome Streets, San EVrmelseo. ■ Hi. A. J^IlKSCli, Propi-lctor. The above named house having been tho- ■oughly renovated, is now ready to aceoni- uodute its patrons in as etinifortable a manner asi aiiy bote) in th'c state. au2-2 ,r«b M05'dt'-T03ESi -o«-©pbm::6'E': R„ EMERSON HAS established at*his Lumber Yard, Alameda street, A CO OPERA GE, where a supply of casks, of any Capacity may be procured. Twenty':thousand g:il!ons of brandy ni.d spirit casks now reasly for sale, and warranted not to have had wine iu (.hem. au22 Wine and other produce taken in payment. • €3 B% l*Clu - * J%* x> x> X-t ^s. res. "ir - -. rjh __?< m t ol' Cbibltt i.OS AEGKLSd S'VU ^'ST, [jft Barker, HAS the honor to announce to tho Public, that he still carries oil his business 8t the old t-iaud, as nlxive, and having in his employment ■competent workmen, he is prepared to execute all orders with which he may be favored, in the Ma- nufactu'riiig of JPine Harness Carif vj^e HcpaU'Isijj, antl Memli.vg 6* all hinds, Also, cverytliliisi $!> <Ue Saddlery 'Shsfii . Los Angel , Oct. 24th. 1857. General Mcr<Jan.tile Agent, SAN. hllANClSCO, CAL. rp TILDEN having had soir_e fifteen years ex- X . pc-rience i:i a general Mercantile and Merch- aiitiise business, the last eight-years iu San Erau- cisco, will attend to the sale, purchase, and forwarding ol every description ol goods with punctuality and dispatch. Also, collections anil remittances lo all pai ts ofthe country, Atlantic States and Europe, nurde with promptness and iidclify. Negotiations, and every description of mercantile business, transacted upon the most liberal terms. , augS fieJerence—DonAA'DRES PICO, Los Angeles. Carriage and Blacksmith Shop. By JOHN GOLLER. LOS ANGEL-ES STREET, NKAK THE FOOT OF COMMERCIAL THE subscriber rcspei tnilly ^informs the public generally that __ y he will keep' Constantly on hand- Mid will manufacture to order, Co'aches,Buggiesj'Wagons,Carts&c in a neat and workmanlike manner. He has on hand and for sale a line stock of Eastern white oak iind hickory plank and axles. He keeps constantly on hand a large varietv of cart and buggy wheels, spokes, felloes, shafts, neck yokes, double and sm-- gletrees. Horse SS-oeiiig; ami BlacKsmithing; in all its variousbranehes, executed with proinptness and dispatch-.- Particular attention will be given to the manuTacture and repair of I'lo^s, Harrows, and other Fanning, utelisils. He lias an extensive assortment of iron axles,- springs, bolts, plow and spring steel, and other material pertaining- to the business, Soo numerous to mention. Also, 20 Tons of Blacksmiths' Coal. . With none but the best of workmen in his employ, lie feels confident tliat he Can give entire satisfaction ^customers. J0H^ ^LLER, . _3LAOK.9MlTH CAEEIAGE SHOP, By H, Mclaughlin & bro., LOS ANGELES STREET, Opposite Melius' Building. WE take the present opportunity to inform the public, that wc are prepared to do all kinds ot V^ork- pev-iiiniiig to our business in ^ inanner i-ruit Cannot be surpassed, in this-city,-and'at as reasonable rates as the high prices of stock will justify. _ We are now building some of the best WAOOiN^ that ever have been built in the Southern country. r^~0ld castings bought at §1 per hundred pounds. fcbu - h.'Mclaughlin & bro. Notice. * LL persons are hereby cautioned against buy- it ing or otherwise trading for unvented horses, or cattle of our brands; cr they will be prosecuted to the extent of the law. ANDREAS DOMINGUEZ. ,^20-tr JESUS Ma. COTA de DOMINGUEZ STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County of Los Angeles. \ In tlie District Coiirt of the' P.?rst Jtuliclal _Jlsti.Se:.. Jose'Sepulveda, Juse Dolores Sepulveda, plain tilts Noah Eelch. Wiilinm R Reynolds, defendanls. Action brought in ihe District Court of the 1st Judicial Oistiici. and the complaint filedin the city tind county of Los Angeles, in the ojfi.ee ofthe clerlfof said District Court. Tlie People of SJie Slnte of Callfei-nla send GrcfBlii"- :' '!'<- ''JUj'iii I-^il.Ct; i;n<i WiJ.I-iAiil T/'OU are hereby required to appear in an action X brought y.yaihst yon by the above named plaintiffs, in our District Coutt uf the First Judicial District, in and lor the county of I-os Angeles", and to answer tiie complaint filed therein, a certified copy of which you are herewith served, Within ten days al'ler the service on you of this summons—"it served within this county ; or if served out of th'i's counlv but within the First Judicial District, withiu twenty days after the- service thereof; or if served out. rff the First Judicial D-strict but iu the S-'.it. olO^hfoini. within f;ii> clays after the service thereof; always exc usive tfF the day of service ; — or judgment by delault will be taken against yon.- The said action is brought for the cancellation of a certain, note, of date March 31st, 1855., for 3.00. executed by plaintitislo the defendant Felc;i, or order,-and set forth in said complaint, and to enjoin the sale or transfer thereof, and:lniiher proceedings in a certain: action now pending thereon in the 4th District Court, and bringing Or maintaining any action thereon in any court Whatsoever.'ate more fully appears in said con- plaint, and for costs and general relief.; and if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaiotills will cause default to be entered against yon, and apply to the court for the eeli-et prayed for. in this complaint. , ■"'-■• Witness the Hon. Benjamin Hayes, Judge ol our District. Court aforesaid,- the 2. til day of November, A. D.1857, [seal] Attest: My hand and. the seal of said Court the day and vear last above written. CHAS. R. JOHNSON. Clerk. SI" ATE OF CALIFORNIA, } '■ County of Los Angeles.T I, Benfamin Hayes, District Judge, ofthe fiBaHtt Judicial'District, Slate of California, having'read and considered the affidavit of Jonathan R. Scott:. and it appearing to my satisfaction therelrom, that a cause of action exists in this cause against William R. Reynolds, one of the defendants, and that he is a necessary and proper party in this cause, and that after due diligence he cannot be found within the State of California, or conceals himself to avoid service of summons, do hereby order, ,-, That service of summons be ra^de on said Reynolds, by publishing a copy ot the summons in this case, together with a copy of thit* order, in the Los Angeles Star, a newspaper published in the city and county of Los Angeles, once a week, for the term of two mouths, and by depositing a copy of the summons, with a copy ofthe complaint, cerli.iL'd by tfie clerk, in the post office in the city of Los Angeles, addressed to lire defendant, William R. Reynolds,- at his place of residence. Thus done and signed, this 25th day of November. 1857. BENJAMIN HAYES, District Judge. A true copy. [seal.] Attest: Mv hand and the seal of said Court, this" 25th day ol November, A. D. 1857. CHAS. R. JOHNSON, Clerk. Los Angeles. Nov.'28. 1857. 2m A FOR HUNT, COMFORTABLE HOUNK, hi the lower part ol the town, iicarly opposite tlie Ron oil House. Apply, to " ' "■' August It, 1W" ' FRANCIS MELLUS. FROM SALT LAKE CITY. No collision with the Mormons—The Army in Winter Quarters—Loss of 2000 head of Cattle —Meeting of the Legislature—M>s. Jt/ogO— Dishonest Mechanics, &*c. &-c. ;The mall from Great Salt Lake City arrived n San Bernardino on Saturday, and in this cily on-Tuesday. From the former city we received our file of the Deseret News, up to 2d December. The A"ews is silent in regard to the position of the U. S. troops, their condition, or as to a collision having taken place between them and the Mormons. From this source, nothing is to be expected calculated to throw light on the actmd condition of affairs iu the Territory. There is less reference made to the army and Government of tbeUnited States iu the "remarks" of the rulers of the Church than heretofore, and it is only by carefully perusing these -edious harangues that we can discover any hints as to the purposes of the Mormon leaders regarding them. The Eldefs are very particular and emphatic ih preaching "the divine fight" of Brother Brigham to rule, and the duty of the faithful to yield implicit obedience, absolute and utu[uestiouing submission to his mandates. There seems to be a feeling of doubt arising amongst tbe people of Bngham's infallibility, and whether they have not p.aced themselves in a very dangerous "fix."' One fact, however. Stands boldly out, that war lias been levied against the United States; tbat the march of her army has been checked on her own soil, iihd that 3,000 meii are under arms in the mountains lo contest the progre sof the troops inch by inch. Brother Brigham',- meanwhile, thinks he has left himself a big hole to creep out of, because the President. h#s not notified him, officially, of, the appointment ol his successor. This is the flimsy pretext with which he hopes to hide his tracks and cover his ii eason. While his dupes will be left to take care of themselves, he and his elders will doubtless start for the new settlement in the North; there to provide for his hapless, wandering followers. If a speedy end is to he put to this rebellion it must be effected by marching troops from fall forma. San Pedro is the point 61 debarkation, whence there is a good road, with plenty of grass' wood and water along it, to Salt Lake Cty, open throughout the whole yaftM Brigham's army has been put into much better condition than it was. Clothing and provisions have been supplied to them, .the poor people in many cases denying themselves the necessaries ol life, in order to make up the supplies requisite to maintain an army in tbe field. Tlie Territorial Legislative Assembly was to convene in the Social Hall iu Great Salt Lake City on the second Monday of December tHtb), pursuant to a resolution passed at its last session. The lollowing extracts are from the News ol ■11 th November to 2d Decembi r. It will be seen that whilst the greatest admiration is professed for the Const tutton aud laws, the greatest efforts are at the same time being made to resist the authority of the President, harrass and aunoy the officers of the law. From a " sermou" by Elder John Taylor, we take the following—it may be designated A PLEA l-'OH THE MORMON REBELLION. "We came out here because we were disfranchised, exiled, robbed of our rights as American citizens and forced to wandar in the wilderness to setk among the savage^ of .the forest that freedom denied us by Christianity. Did.we in Ibis transgress any of the laws of the United States, depart from any usage,- or act contrary to any established custom or law of the government ? We did not. Wc applied for the sanction of Congress to our doings aud it was a matter of astonishment and bu prise that we. should take such steps, after the usage we had received; our course was an- plauded by statesman, senators, members of Congress and the authorities ofthe United States generally, and all our transactions, constitution and laws were approved gladly, considered right and according to the usages and laws of the United States. . . "By and by we petitioned for a territorial government aud obtained it. Our enemies have all the time been complaining of us Lhat we have infringed upon the Constitution aud laws of the United States. But I ask wherein have we' done it ? Who appointed our Governor ? The Picsident of the United States, by and with tbe consent and adyice of the Senate, ascording to the usage which exists, but indeed contrary to any right they possessed ; still he did it. Who appointed ovjt Judges, United States Marshal, Secretary of State, ludiau Agency ? The President of the United States. "Has there been another Governor appointed? I suppose there has, but he has not yet been qualified. No man has authority to ac't in the gubernatorial capacity in this Territory at tbe present according to the laws of the United States but Gov. Young. No Governor has a right to act here, although he may have been appointed by the President of the Uuited State?, until he comes here and is qualified. No man has ever come yet^ to be qualified and consequently Gov.- Young stands, legitimately in that place. "What law have we trauegres'sed 1 I have tried lo find out. We have examined the Constitution oftheUnitedStat.es and the laws pertaining to these matters, and if anybody here or elsewhere can point out-any law that we have trangressed as American citizens, they know more about it than I have been able to learn, aud I should like such a person to put me in- possession of that information. "What next? Why, on the back o( this, after lying about us, slandering, abusing and imposing upon us, trampling upon our rights and sending the meanest curses among us that ever disgraced the footstool of God, men they are ashamed of themselves, they have now sent an armed fbice, contrary to law and right and to the principles that ought to prevail in the United States. They have no more right to do' this than I have to cut any of your. throat33- 'There is no authority guaranteed to the Presi. dent of the United Slates to perpetrate so diabolical an act as the one be has engaged in. Why is it that this is done? Is it because we are Worse than other people? No. After raking up everything they could, before I left the States, the only thing tiiey could find against us ai & people was that wc had burned some books belonging lo the United States Court] and since that I have seen published affidavits totally denying any such thing, by the clerk of that court. ■ "The President of the United States has now taken Upon himself tlie responsibility of sending into this Territory an armed force to trample upon the rights of 1 00,000 American freemen," on purpose to subserve a poliiical interest, for the benefit of his own party. It becomes a serious question with us wha- to do under these circumstances "Sliiill we lay down aud let those scoundielscut our throats?—is tlie first question, Shall Ave untie our neckcloths aud tell them to come on and cut and carve away as they plea«e, and knock down, drag out. and introduce their abominations among ns—their cursed christian institutions to prostitute our women and lay low our best men? Shall we suffer it, I say ? -'There are certain things that are sacred tc us, and to every man and woman ; if we submit to a thing ol that sort, we submit to see the very -institutions of our owii nation tiampied under foot, the Constitution of our country desecrated and rent in pieces. We submit to seethe bonds severed that have bound this nation together, and blood, atlarchy and confusion prevail. "If they have a mind to cut each other's throats we have no objections, we say, success to both parties ; but when they come to cut ours without ceremony, wo say hands off, gentlemen. We are not so religious as to sit down meekly and tamely submit to ihese things; we understand something of the difference between what some call treason and treasonable acts, and base submission to the will ol a tyrant who would seek to bring us into servile chains, into perfect submission to yis sway. "we arc engaged here in protecting ourselves, our wives and families, in guarding everything that is sacred and honorable among men f'r^m invasion and Oppression of some of th? most corrupt wretches that ever disgraced ihe lootstool of God." We find Brigham holding forth in the lollowing subdued and crafty style,ou the 25th October. He admits that " the boys have annoyed the tioops a good deal," and burned the grass around their encampment, and then declares himself free from the control of the Government : ANNOYISQ THE TROOPS—BURNING THE GRASS. "As has been observed by br. John, my eldest brother, this is.the first time that we have ever had the privilege ol d ing anything only submitting to our enemies. Now, for the first timesir.ee this Church was organized, we are in a position for defending those rights common to all American citizens, and our-true and lawful course to abide by the.Constitution of Ihe United States in the defence of those rights, will probably give the wicked a pretext for Complaint, so that in measuring out oppression to us our enemies will have a new set of pretexts, instead ol feasting on infernal lies so much as they have hilherto done, "Colonel Alexander accuses us of whatheterms a very uncivilized mode of warfare.- If we are to do as they do, we shall iiave to get drunk, to swear, to quarrel, to lie and believe in lies aud other like traits of civilization, in order to be prepared to act as they do. I do not know anything ahont thosa men that-are now iu the mountains, only in the capacity of a mob. _ have no business to know them as anything else, neither shall 1, until I have been officially notified that the Government of the United States wishes to send troups here and build stations. "I suppose that the boys have annoyed them a good deal, but at the same time I would much rather clothe them and feed them, if they would agree to go back in the spring and leave trs in peaco, as they found us. We are obliged to maintain our rights, for every blackleg, horse theif. counterfeiter and abominable character are united with the hireliug priests and lying editors, and wicked leaders of our Government to falsely accuse the 'Mormons,' with a view to our destruction. Can ihey now truly accuse them of anything? Yes. of burning up a little grass, as br, Attwood told them, when they asked him why we burnt the grass, "that ive may have a better crop next vear," which you are aware is customary in prairie regions. Ws have done that, therefoi'j our enemies can now concentrate their power to t-hoot at the target ihey have compelled us 1#raise in sell defence, whereas hereto lore they have shot without oft' object to fire at." .-.*, THE CHURCH -"BEE. "We have labored diligently and suffered everything but death to preach the gospel to our fellow beings, and thousands of our fathers, mothers- brothers, sisters, children and connections have gone into their graves through their fuller.ngs and being robbed of evcrpthing we had and scattered to fiud shelter where we best could. Are we going to suffer it any more? No, God being our helper. We are perfectly free, on condition that we do right;-and upon that condition we never will be in bondage again. ■'You will recollect Uiat this is the first time that this Church can say. " we are free." Do we wish to be free from the United States Constitution 1 No, there is not a word in it but what wo can subscribe to with all our hearts. Do we wish to be free from the laws of the Uuited States? No, they are as j/ood laws as we can ask for. Neither do we wish for any better laws than are1 the most of those enacted in Missouri and Illinois What then was, the difficulty with this people? Magistrates, sheriffs, constables', military.officer. .tc.,-.walked Ihose laws uuder their feet and trampled upon them as a thing of naught, in order lo irot at ihis people and drive them Irom Iheir hard earned htntefti I have said, and Ray it again, if those laws had been execmed they would have hung Gov. Boggs and Gov. Ford, with many 04-ners, between tha heavens und the earth, or shot them as traitors to tlie Government. It is not the laws and the Constitution ot our country that We wish to be free from, but it is Horn the power of those who profess to be.law makers anil law executors, but who trample every wholesome law under iheir feet. '■We are now as'free from them as is the mount- I am air we-breaUie, aud'we could wipe the few en emies now on our borders out of .existence, in a very short, time, if 1 would give the word, to do. so, but they will judge themselves "out of their own months and receive their jiist reward at tho hands of him whom ihey have listed to obey, t believe the Lord has wisdom enough to make them destroy themselves, though if it were left to me solely under the guidance of the spirit per-, tabling to men, probably I should have had them in eternity before now But the Lord d,i_tatee; governs and controls ; I do not, neither do I wish' to." Hebe. C. Kimball rants as furiously aa ever.—' He says: DNCLE 8AM CAXKOT 0OMB 1N\ " Well, now, some one says, 'what good docs it do for two or three thousand meu to'be in the mountains?' Why 1 don't know as it is any of our business. It says, Uncle SaM camiot come in. We are ready ; wc are on the spot. Well, what else ? It gives these men an experience that they cannot have on any other principle. They are getting an experience, for what? To' culti-' vate them for something greater, which will come next year, and if it does not then, it will come some time. I do not say it will come next year, you never heard me say it would, but y'oti'aud I' want to live onr religion and do as we are told, not questioning a word for a moment. You have got to stop that; it is enough for others to do that, without our meddling with those things—I am speaking to the Elders of Israel. THE HAIXTS IlCN AWAY—MR3. MOGO LEAVES. " Well, here are those troops over yonder, they are not here, fire they? Well, some ofyou thought' they were coming here and several run away, .opposing they were coming. Well, I an. glad of that, and I wish every other one tnat feel so would put off. We will help theni. Br. Btigham hag fulfilled his word; he said if he could find any man or woman that wanted 'o go, he would send them to that happy place. Well, he has sent Mrs.' Mogo ; no doubt she will die a happy death. COL. JOHNSON ON' HAM'S fO\lK'. "This great Mr. Johnson, the commander or those troops has come, I suppose. Br, Groesbeck has come iu with his company fronf the States; God gave him wisdom and he is here and he has escaped tbo3c Iroops. Mr. Johnson says he is going to obey the President's orders, and says be will come in, but hy the lime he goes up and down Ham's Fork a few times' it will take away his strength. II you do not believe it, try someotber Ham's Fork ; 1 had as leavesit on a bayonet as a lork. He has had a fever all the way, and will have a chill when he has lost his strength. He will have an all-killing chill. He will not come here ; we have told you all the time they will not come, but he may attempt to come and Ihen ho may not, that is just as God has a mind to. C0L, JCUXSOX MUST GROUND ARMS. Here is the order :— "Why are you not wide awake ? Cultivate,' make, take and increase and bring forth those things that you need. Yon do not believe the gate is going to be shut down, do you? Mr. Johnson says there shall not an article or a train come in except the Governor lets him come in. The Governor will not', except he groftn^s arms, and if he will ground arms, he will groiind arms, and if he no ground amis,- then he rio ground arms and he cannot come here. Gentlemen, your leaders all say he cannot come here,' Why, if he wants to come here himself, with a few of his council, if they really want to see the Governor they have the privilege, but they would have to gro.ind arms ; I am not going to take that word back; they have got to ground arms, from this time henceforth, but we have shouldered arms, and it is present arms, and do you not see that the next thing 1b to take aim '.' THE SWOltll DRAWN, THE SHLAT1I THROWN A'WATT. "Joseph, when he was iu Nauvoo, on the housetop, drew his sword from' the sheath^ and said it never should be sheathed again. Br. Brigham has said the same, and br, Heber will back him in it, and so will every officer in the kingdom of God. What say you, brethren, will we go it? It,bo, raise your right hands and say aye. [One loud 'AYE' rang through the congrega- Woo.] Here is a hint how bo should have beer petted : "We are uoo going to bow down to the wicked anymore. I had rather die as I am and light my way than ever to go into.uieir hands again. They probably, if they had had only sense enough, might have caused tjfi to bow down our heads and' got the bow ou Old Bngbt's neck. Tbey will not pay the debts contracted by their' own officers. They send the most damnable and c on temp table ', scoundrels that they could to rule over ns, and they abused us all the time and God wanted they , should. If they had not, perhaps we should have bowed down and got the yoke on our neck. Now, perhaps, they will try to draw back and say, "let us give them a State Government and a few hundred thousand dollars and see if we cannot pet' them." When you see a thing of that sort, lojt out for the devil, he will be behind that'eui'tairf. When f see anything of lhat kind, I am suspicious.' HBBBE DICTATES TO THE UNITED STATES. "We shall prescribe a course for the United States to take after this. Well, you do not believe that, do you ? Do as you are told and see if it doe- not come to pass. You caillidt tell' whether lam a true mm unless you listen t'o'me.' THE WEST POINT 0FM0BB8 AM) MB. DOUGLAS. Heber twits the "West Point pets" on their' want of success, and is decidedly complimentary to Senator Douglas :— "These little officers that were brought op as pets at West Point, they boasted all the way what ' they were going to do with'our leaders; they were going to take our Governor* and hang him, and take bis wives and use them at t^Mr1 leisure f and they were going to fcrve Heber in tho same way, and all others lhat lifted their tongues against our enemies. They have not yet done Lt, have they ? "Weil, these are my foehiigs : im-y are out there, ihey have been sitting on Ham's Fork so long it has began to ulcerate, as that nasty fop, Douglass, uses the term that liltle, nasty snot- luise—you lanuot call him anything half so mean as ne jB__ih_ nastiest of all na-dies thai God could mffer on the earth. We have been a friend to hun and everybody else, and" we have not done unyhaim; we mind our own business ; we came to this land because we were just obliged to do"' so, audi have been broken up and driven five times, but, as the Lord God liveth I do not go &freittl nor any other man or woman that will 1]ve their religion. Let us do right as a people, and wc never will go irom this place until w8 pU ase and God pleases lo have us. (i "We were brought here for a purpose to secure us and tor us to staud to our rights aid privileges' &8 citizens ol ihe Untied States and claim protec-' lion. What are they coming, up- her. fori TV _' T
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 7, no. 35, January 9, 1858|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The weekly newspaper has p.[1-4] in English. Los Angeles Star in English includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "From Salt Lake City"; [p.2]: [col.2] "The latest news", [col.3] "The President's message", "From San Bernadino", [col.4] "Awful tragedy. Murder of the Sheriff Getman!!! Another officer wounded. Death of the assassin", [col.5] "Proceedings in the court. Court of Sessions", "Obituary".|
|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 1858-01-03/1858-01-15|
|Publisher (of the Original Version)||Hamilton, H.|
|Publisher (of the Digital Version)||University of Southern California. Libraries|
|Format (Extent)|| p.|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
|Identifying Number||Los Angeles Star, vol. 7, no. 35, January 9, 1858|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m400|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Repository Name||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
|Repository Address||1511 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA 91108|
|Filename||STAR_426; STAR_427; STAR_428|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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Established in 1849.
ONE OF OUK HEM w at present travelling In
Europe, where be ifi celleeting and inrwaiding
to ns by every steamer, the most splendid stock ol
WATCHES ASD JEWELBY
ever imported into this State. Our Watches cannot be surpassed lor substantiality and time-keep
ing. Our Jewelry is selected with the greatest
care, and none but the most tasteful goods made
of the finest gold are allowed to leave our estab
We manufacture on the premises. We are the
' inventors of the art, and keep ahead of ail competition.
is done by the best workmen, Under our own inspection, and warranted for one year. Watches
for repair sent to us by Express ore attended to
BAllttETT & SHERWOOD,
136 Montgomery street,
between Clay and Commercial streets.
jj2C tf SAN FRANCISCO
To Patties Claiming Payment froiis
the flatted States for lows and destruetieif ol
Property during tKe War ivilli Mexico.
PASTIES desirous of having their Claims prosecuted by the undersigned before the Court of
Claims at Washington, can receive all the necessary information on the subject, ami have their
Claims promptly prosecuted on application to 0.
aug 2 J. D. STEVENSON, Sau Francisco
T d> -S3 -A- O O O .
PARTIES HAVING CALIFORNIA CLOWN
TOBACCO, of last year's crop, will lind
by addressing a line to
116 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
JAMES THOMPSON, Proprietor.
Formerly of Haley & Thompson.
48 Commsrcial and 87 Clay streets,
Between Front and Battery,
LADIES ORDINARY—Second Story.
THIS House has undergone a thorough renovating and cleansing, wilh new furniture, beds
aud Bedding. It is intended by the Proprietor to
have f his House second to none in.thiscity. Great
care has been taken to select the best of servants,
and no expense will be spared to make the weary
traveler comfortable at the Rail [load House.'
Capt. JOHN PAYNE, formerly master of the
steamer Mountaineer, on tho Delaware river, and
late of the steamer New Jersey, on the North
River, New York, will be my Assistant in ihe
management of the Hotel.
There has also been fitted up magnificent Bath
Booms and Hair Dressing Room attached to the
Hotel, which, for cleanliness, etc., will not be surpassed by any of this city. Also, a Billiard room
and Pool Table. ■
The Bar is stocked with the finest choice ol
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A fine Lunch served every day at 1.1 o'clock.
aul5 3 JAMES THOMPSON, Proprietor,
Dow, Childs, & Co.,
No. 90 Front Street, San Francisco.
J. G. Dow, 0. W. Childs, J. A. BnTTBRS.
O. W. CHIl-DS,
[LATE OF LOS
the trade of his old frfendfi
no effort to prosecute :i bu
Coast, satisfactory to his pi
Possessing an intimate and thorough knowledge
ofthe trade, he can guarantee more favorable in
dueements than offered by any other fitm.
All orders for merchandise will meet with strict,
Consignments of Produce solicited, and satisfactory returns guaranteed.
Los Angcl*p, July Is*, 185*7.
neas connection in San
nd desirous of securing
in the South, will spare
Sines, with the Southern
DICKINSON TYPE FOUNDRY.
PHELPS & DALTON,
L. P. ISHER, Agent, San F rancisco.
Orders Solicited ft. Ty.ic, I.ua.l*, Rule, &c.
L. 1>. F ISHER'S
No 117J_ Washington street, upstairs, nearly Opposite
Hagdtre'H Opera ?TouSe.
I.. P. FIPl'IEK is i,ht! iintlioi-iisea A_.ut of tbe'
Ssiii Joaquin lleuublkMii. Stockton,
Pacific Methodist, Stockton,
Grass Valley Telegraph,
Bed Bluff Beacon,
Tuolurane Courier, Columbia.
Mountain Democrat, Placci-ville,
y.mpiro County Ar^us, 1'lace r ville.
Cah.veras Chnmic'-e Jlokelunmo Hill,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds.
Golfl P.mis, Clocks, Watch Materials,
Tools, Cf In satis, &C. tS_C.
1 7 I Wasliington street,
Between Montgomery aud Kearny, (up stairs.)
SAW FRANCISCO. *
I HAVE just received direct from the manufacturers a large assortment of goods, of the latest
styles and patterns, in the above line.
p'S-1 have constantly on hand and am in regu
lar receipt of full and complete assortments ol
goods adapted to the California trade. To Ur
trade and dealers in the interior, I would say,
your orders will receive prompt and careful attention. Please give me a call.
_23?*N.B.—No business connection with J. S-
Josepai. _ep26 3m
N. REYNOLDS &, CO,
Produce and General Commission
Nos. 79 aud 81 Davis street.
Between Clay and Washington streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.
Personal attention given to the sale of—