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A'oticc to Creditors. ALL PERSONS baring claims egatnet Maria Ygnacia Amador do Alv.uniu, deceased, rtrt !i..!i'f;hy rcifi!!■.■■■ I ii utie, '.villi tin.' ::■■- cessary roadiara, to the undersigned, Administrator of the Estate of Kiii'l dee'-a;--'!, ut. hi-, r.: -ideii^ ;.'. the Dominguuz Rancho, Los Angeles county, or at i th'; Dilifjij o! Som ,\. [,\-.i> !i, .Ur.oniev---;U.-l.iuv, Spring street, Los Angdes within tc:si months :tfter the date of tins notice, Of the suiue will be forever; barred. OXA. 0ARSON, Administrator of tlie I'-mre of .M.t.V-j;ii:u;ia Ajnsdor ilti Alvarado. ^^^^^^B Los Angeles. Kor. 19, 1969, Ii> the Dl.irtfl ( .-nr oTCJtfl lir-t J a ttttml District, Slate of California, f.,r !.<»> AnK. It* Comity. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) County of I.01 Angeles. \ In the matter of the petition ol MORRIS GOLD STEIN, an Insolvent Debtor. PURSUANT to art order of the Boo, Benjamin Hayes, J ink'.' of th-* Court aforesaid, nut ice i* hereby given to all the creditor* of raid Insolvent Debitor, to be and appear before tbe District Judge afore-iaid, . . \u \\v. city and county of Los An^'l ;. 6>/t MONDAY. January BOM, I860, af 10 0'- c/wc/r J?. A. (// foid '/",'/, to who iv eau-e, if ;iny they cm. .'.!-.-,■ ■ ii i\ pel itioner should not bo discharged , iro:,i tn- /].:!([ : acoord- log to law. [[.. h.] Witness my band mid tbe Heal of said Court, thin 8th December, 1859. JOHN W. SHORE, D'strlcl Clerk. del7 Pet VTk. EL SHosa, Deputy. ______ __^_________ LOTTERIES! Wood, Eddy & Co's OLD A.Y11 It Kl. I MILK Dolawaro & Goorgia LOTTERIES Lotteries on the 00Mltt.VA TIIKY. urn! gfhert on Ike Havana or BliYQLE JfOMBERplam SPLENDID SCHEMES, WITH C.UTIAI. l'::l/j 01 $70,000 II!.. $50,000 !!! And aumeruuj. otlisrn. nf imaltef iliri.au.inations, will h.: Aran n m Aiiyilstu, *■«., lllld V. (:itiiiul<Mi,I)«l. Under t)i« nuparintentlenc* of iwoth c<iii>Mii»»i"iiier*, every WKIjNKSUAY ami dATCitl>AY of each weak. tii« Ocimvine State Lotteriesi ONE GRAND 8CIIKMK n*r Mr.itlli, with $1 (.0,1)00 CAPITAL PBIZE. Ti«*Bt«. $20 escli. Halves, yiinrtem, and Eighth! in proportion. Th« Single Niiinbi'i- .Lotteries (Aathoriied bj the SUti- Ol 0«Ofgls.J ONE GUAM) (SCHEME PE8 MONTH, irlth 9100,000 Oapltal. Tickflts, %20 escli. fili»nin In proportion, jf__rTlcket» tn any of tliene and earlier frhome* may be vbtolMd from TBN to9TFTE8M DAV8 AJ i'm; the Dnw* \ag lake* place, and tin* parolu >■ '111 Booieqaeittly have to hol<l M-, tloket ont/etghl or ten dura before bewlU Ket the Wf-ICIAI. IHIAWIXGH. wliicl. will he published In sQvvrsl of tho tDOft primiiii'iii Befl PranolsOO u..w*pap»*rn, .Liii ii tih-i.f iii« New Vnrk papers, containing a perfeoi list of all of said drswin^n, can ho found at Wood, K-ildy & Co.'e Lottt-ry om< r, No. 98 Montgomery street, room* .V«. 2 and 3, eoer Freeman if C'o.'i Expreis, San Francisco Wil'Pl.h: TU.'KI'.TS *10 00 1IAI.V1CS 0 00 QBAfiXSR-9 B SO KrTORDBBSfor TICKETS or cmci.'LAJtS, ibowliia il*« l'lau of tin' Lotteries, and how the Prises era awarded, will be sent in any one desirous -;f reeelvlng thoin. In- elssures, nf tlOanil upwrirdx, maybe made by eltber of 1 h. BKareai Qompanlea, el the aipenea end rlsi ol P700D Klll'V at OO., and I'!'.(/.;■ ■ v. 11,1, ;;: r.\ ■;;,■. -.-,,. J.T.I.- ciso AUsommuDi«ation>i strictly ronMdential, AJdress H D. OASeNEB, Care of tvo-od, Bddj k Co., BAN PRAIWISCO. Remember, we are selling our Tickets at the rafnlai State prices, and no advance, as in t.tlier Lotteries. :invl;'yl WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE. TIIE aubflcribera having established theinselvea iu thin city, for the purpose of conducting a Wholesale liquor Business, BZCXO V Bog leave to call the attention of HOTEL AND SALOON KEEPERS To their choice and well selected stock of Fine Brandies, Wines, Ales, &cv BOTH IX B&ABB *UCS WOOD, : fi>r sale at San ¥ ran ci.-co prices added.) Otden 6?OTP fllO country respect- ■'■cited. TIIACHKR, KSGI.E A; CO. Temrile'-i New Duilding, opposite City Nfarkcl iiov.'niiij Los Angeles. i PULU! PULU! TDK PFMAM) Vi>i; TlliS .MiTK'I,!-: ()>' HKliniNG IS rerj year. Tho more i!, pox Cbeapnaaa and lijjra- bility it tia-, DO i ■ ■ . ... .:■::■' | i ,:■■..■ ■:. ■ ■:.. .irraiigtiut-uts to Lave a tonstsut supply direct from tin • .. 8 Of N. i H08S, ' BOFA 8HRIN6B, I 0RN QU8KB, UATTKESS do Etc., etc. And Upholsterers' Reedles, aasorted ofzea. DtlOg anything ny line. Hri- reapei tfnllj Ini Ited to give m^ a call. K. :',.—ah orders bom the eoojitrj promptlj attended PULU W A R E II O U S E , 104 Battery Street. ocl-tn3 JACOB SOHEELBER. LIFE AND ITS PLEASURES, Or Disease with its Agonies: CIIOO.SE UE-nVEE.V THEM, HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Nervous Disorders. What Is more fearful than a breaking down of the nervous system? To be e*citahh> of nervom n a tmaU de Kree in moftdleteaaaliig, for ■rbereean a nraedv be foundr There is limit': — Irish hut little wine, beer, or spirit-t. Of far butter nujie; take nocolfce,—weak tea beiiiR prefers- Me; Ret all the fresh air you can; take three or four PtUl ■ i .-i | 'lit; est plenty of sol [■:■., . - -*. ■ ■ i ■ i. 11 v ■■■'■■;■■; ■■'•"'' i; tin'- ■ ■•■ i I'-ii i--il'-. ■■■■.'.■!• !■■: I'!»!■■!. vi'ii iv ill S.i' !: ii -.■'■ ii! nii::il and strong In body, and forget job have any nerves. Mutlu-rsnml I tnnL-.li t- i ■>. If there Is one thinjt moru Himi another for wliiiNi ilict' I'llll are so famous it la tbell purifying |>roperties, ea pec tally their power of cleansing the Blood from all hnpu- ritios, and removing deogatooi sad iiupeBded seeretlooB, Universally adopted as the tine grand remedy for leiiiulf; aonplalnta, tbay never Nil, never weaken the system, and al-my* bring about what Is required. Mel* lit ml Aches mill Wunt uf AppetItc, These feelings which so sadden ns, inoit frequently arise frum anonjarteea or trouMe, from obetmeted per- a pi ration, or from eating Mid drinkng whs t i» unlit lor nee, thus disordering the liver and fhaae organs itn»*t be regulated if yon wish to bo well. The Tills, if takesaoooidlog to the printed Instructions, will quickly restore a healthy action to both liver and stomach, whence follow as a natural imnatqliewflt, 1 food audacloar head. In the But an-l Wast Indies scarcely auy other msdicino is used For theeC 11 /"Pl-mnlcrs or ll»e Klducya. In all ISSeaaiaafflllllllQ these organs, whether they se r .!- '.-.■:,:■ Itlcted with atone of gravel, or With itches and pains settled In the loins over the regions ofthe ktdneji PUlaalurald hetaki a eeeoi uu :■■ lh ■ printed Instm* ti"0«, and the Ointment should be well isabbed Into the small of the baeh at bad tin- .; will give almost immediate relief when all other means hare failed. For Stomachs out or Orilrr. Nome' stomach as these PUli; stoned either by latamperaitee * •■ reach the liver and reduce it to a healthy eel are wonderfully efficacious in oaaaa of spasm—to thai they nner fail In earing ail d:.-orders of the liver and btomach. UoUotcuyi i'i!.'j-ir-'V' h.-tt r--jrf-<V lnoi';«i in the worjti /or tkcfiMowing diaaief. A-ae, Tiebiiity, Ja-aadtoe, Beeondary Asthma, Dropay, ■ :■■-. plain; ■ LusM :■', rwux, Blotches on Female lrregu PUi the Skin, laritien. : loan, Bowel Com- Fevers of alt Ket.-uiien of Venereal Af- Slalnts, Fits, kinds, V riue, ' ics, Gout, Bnrofola ,,r Worms of all Constipation Mead ache, ktnda, of the Bowels, ladifaatlon, ■ ■ Alness Conaumptioo, lunaiiiuiatijo.Snnie^tJravei, from whatever came. CAUTION i KoM an Toe words "Houowar, Nn fou asp Losn m are discernible as a H'tlicr sstirt In every lea! directions around each pot or box; the same mav be plainly seen by aoHiiy'*-; l«n/ to !*- H:j\i. a handsome reward will be given to any one roe to the detection of any party orpertteeeoant*>rfl medicinas or vending the same, Luowiui tlivtu to bo spu- •«* SeW at the Man u fact or ■• of rVoftaaov Rou Msiden Une, Vew York, a-i i ':■. an-l Dealer* in Hadlelo In boxes at ','j cents, t'J cents and 11 each, Ssf There is cosiderab'e saving by taking the large ■ 'forthe guidaece of patients in everv disorder are sffixrd to each DE. L. J. CZAPKAY'S PrlTsaCe BtesUesJ sod BargteaJ Institute, SaeranttntO tttWt, hthw Montgomery, opposite the Facijic Mail Steamthip Company's OJJice .- tNciaco. ■■! '. ,:,li .',.-■! in IS'-I, lor th.- permanent euro of all pri rote and chronic diseases, and for the ioppression o a ten Lin and Resident Physician, L. J CZAl'KAY, \l.li.. :.- in ::.- Hunirariui Kfvolutumar) War.Obiaf Phyaioiao to the 20th Regiment of llonveds. ■'■:,■<■■! dorgeon to I he .M: l: L:-. s.-^ :l.j-;.i!; ': of i'r:-;,. Iln:.:.'.- i ■■: lata Lecturer on EHseaaai o< Wa o and Children, ai" llouor;uv Mi'i;ilK-i ol 1.V- I'l.ilAilt'lpiii.'i (.'idli-i.'e oi' MedU'in O'J-l'art i.-nl.Li- alt" :it io;i piiid t ■ .■ the tre..tm«nt of di, eases peculiar to Women and fAil in-n.-^a. Ol-riri: |[.!,i;-- .,■■.■■.,.; :< a.m. till He. :i. Ciimiiiiiriici lions strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed or no pay. f&onenlt atlooa, by letter, or othenriae, free, Addreta, Dr.L. I. CZaJPEAV, Ben Pranolaoo, OaL Kj-Tlie ftiIIowing Lrlier,>vldeli-fmi>hnllr,al]y :,,-,.. fbl Ittelf fU written by the Dean of the >ac ,,[- the t'liil-id-dphiftColli'k't- of Medicine, totheeditoi the PSerflo ■edleal aDd-Sargleai Joarnsl, if publication :— riiiLAnnrniiA. January ITth. 1850. To the B&itart <■/ do- Pa* ifie Uedieai osd SorpBcal iour- Mfil. ■■■■i.l i--ii.' :i : '!/ ollin: ion :,.■-> tj!:»ri i-nlled to an article in the December number of your Jnnrnal, Id regard to the ad sundem degree granted by the Philadelphia I lol lege of Uodtoine to Dr. I,. J^Oupkaf. When the applica lion f,.r the di-i-rce v,ri- made In 11: - !'.-■ i-1, il v . it was tie oompaoled by-auldevtta and testimonials to the etfeet that Dr. Oaapkay ih~ a f.-ifuhu- .trc-.i luote M.D. of the Uni ver-iitr of I'cith, Iri'i served as Siir^eoii in the llunga .'..:, ail, i V. :.-. lo! ■•■ ;< ■ ;i |-es'ulir pntctil iolli'f of Mt'dU-.ine,— On the strength ol Its degree woe granted. Tin ad entwfem degree, as Its name imppliea, la conferred oi graduates only, an) glvea us new prlvilego*. Had then been the lUghteat maptelon of trregnlarlty, the applica ■ ;,,ii ■,,:,:.!hi have been refused, ily inserting this in youi journal, yon will do an act of justice to the College, and confer a favur on Yours, very respectful!v. H. RAND, Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of Hedloloe, PR, L, J. 07-APKAY'S 1'KIVaTK MKhlCAL A\'f> Sljp. Q1CAL UfSTTPCTE la on Baoramentc street, belo* ttont L-oinery. o[ipn.«i(e 1 he I'acilic Mail .-;tnarn>hi[) Company': . Pranelaoo. The Doctor irfern free consultation tndaeka no'remuneration unless he effeeta & cure, cilice hours, from 8 A.K, to 9 P.K. CERTIFICATE.—I,the nndcrsigtied, Covernor nfHoaga ry, do teatify hereby, thai Dr.L. J. Cia^ihey has servw im-ii:--! in- .- nit--- t :■■:■ Nn :■■<■■ i ui li-ierly a s i'i, ■■;■! l-u r.-iio in the Hungsrinn army, witli fatthfn! persaveraiiec.n Whereof l have given him this oerl Ifleate, and ,do reenni- nii.ii.', jiini to the sympathy, attention, and protection ol :■ l! :hi' i- v- h iare capable of appreciating patriotic torlflce an i undeserved mi "-fortune. Wai _ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Kemarkable Cure of Consumption The nlmoHl nilrncultrn-j Cure Hint liaa liecn effected i v i-i.--'. jironi|,i:: ine to impart- In those Of my fellow creatures who may he snOertfig from like a III let ion the tonreeof relief, with a short description nl' m ,- i:.im' Several years ago, my health began to fail. I was attack ed by general -weakness ami debility, which reduced me tt the mere shadow of myaolf. .\t that stage] sought med i -i-i .-!-.■ ;.-t:u !■■■-. ail I expended lar-.'e anion ills, l,nt witlioul ■ leaal bennflolal raenlta. That fell destroyer, CON •IMI'l'lnX. had already M-i/.-d upon my vitals. 1 »a- :- form ■■'■ by mj phyelolani that they oouJd do nothing lor ine, except lo sniooth my path to the grave, aanal Fortunately,] applied to Dr. L- J. Caanaay. a in w a well antl perfectly sound man. It Is dtrPcult for i it to azprei - the emotions of deepeat gratitude I e\peri- once when realhdnR the Imeaearable Mrtioc I have received at the hands of Jlr. Cxapkay, anil feel rejoicet: thai il is nl least in my poverty tender this feeble re oognitlon of hla trr*'at ",lil1 and capacity. To the af- i loted I eonl I say, do aot despair, fbl trbaterer may he the nature of your case, I am cotifiilent that yon Vill Bad relief by applying to Dr. L. J. Czapkay. ''There is baliii in (lilerul. and 1 here n plivdrin. n tliof'-,-' [i..s.] HBNR7 WESSLtNO. ;:i:b-.i'iiln'i; mi'l sworn to licfore ine, (hi.- lilh day nf October, A. D. I860. Ctty and county of San Francisco, in ■ -I California. [L-a.] 1'. J, THIBAULT, MoUry 1'uhlic. The un.lersit.-iil! 1 is piT-enully iLCquainletl vvith Henry Wessllng. nnii kuiuvs tl.a! the cireiiuistanees related in the foregoing certificate are true. He saw Henry Wessling aorlnjfbla Iflnoii, an! bea-ra willing testimony to the tact of hla remarkable onre by Dr. I,, j. Czapkay. [L. *.] a. ROSBNHBIlf. Bnbaorlbed and sworn to before me tola ITth day of Oc lober, A. D. 18o9. ('i ty and counlv" of .San Francisco, in the State of California. [l. ».] F. J. THIHAULT, Sotary Public. Theattenlion of the reader is called to the following. ■ high ■-■ Lading In society, and great respectability, published a card in the Philadelphia Sunday Die- it. 14, 1*41, »Moh la as roBowa ;— A CARD.- -The andereli ned feels it her duty to empress 1 ■■:■ !r- !i-i :-l i .-i ;■. r ;;-;ii!. ■ Dr. (.'I'.npkay. for the suocessfiii i-ii!-'- mid uhiltl, Tlie latter having been allllct- eil by a severe attack nf cholera infantum, was given up as incurable by the most celebrated physicians, u lieu she called on Dr.CupkeT- ■ -1"- -i;'! "f ■ snorl period, restored the child Utparfccl heatl h. Encouraged \,-.- ; his evtraor- ■ ice herself, fm-'the si-rofubnis mala aftlleted for eight years, ,..■:..-,. ,.-■-■ be bai I payaioiaii ■ In America and Europe. Bsl Dr, Csapka* has succeeded rmanent relief, so that she can now Bnjoj which, for eight years, had lost all charms for her. She therefore deems it due to herself, and to all sick and afnteted, to recommend Dr. Ctapkay asnne of tho most skillful physicians within the Cuitea States. Mas. CasuLcn Gray, Corner Witlnut aiel Tib itreeta, Philadelphia, Pa. AGlassih, Notary Public, 126 Seventh st. AlIconMiltatLon.- (1 v letter , Address DR. L. J. (VAI KAY, Hi dioel institute, Sacramento street, below Mi.nl miihiv. opposite 1'aoi lie '-' - j ." --: Office, Sau Francisco. noU STATE OF CAMFORJVIA, » San Bernardino County. \ The People of the State of California, To II. M. wallaob. YOU are hereby summoned to appear before me, A. S. Benrd. Justice ol the Peace for Pan Bernardino Township, county aforesaid, at my office in the city of Nan Bernardino, on Friday, the 20th day of January, A. D. 1800, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, to an«w2r the complaint of W. \V. Noyea, who Keeks to recover of yon the num of one hundred and eighty-fire dollars, founded upon two promissory notes for (160 00, and one open account balance oo sale of horses for $35 00 ; and unless you appear and answer, judgment by default will be reudered against you lor the said sum of money, with costs of suit. i-v.ii nnder my hand, this 13th day of October. A. D. 18j9. • A. S. BEARD, Justice of the Teaoe. It appearing to the satijfactioa of the court that the defendant baa absconded the BtaJ ordered, that the abore summons bepui: the Los Angeles Star, for tbe t-rui of three A. B. BBABD, OOJU Stn Justice of theP-sacc. Seed Warehouse!! fSajXABLIBHErj Df 1850.) S. W. MOORE, No. 110 California street, between Montgomery and Sansome, BJJt Fl'.A.YClSCO^ HAS FOR SALE the most exten.ire T.rioty of KITCHEN GARDEN, FIELD, rwwEii, FRUIT ami TREE SEEDS, IN CAl.ll'Ul'.NiA, 1NC1.UD1NC '.10,000 lbs. Pure Alfalfa or t'htlt Clover Seed, 07 Till-: NOV CROP. irVACLYTHS, TULIPS. MUES, and other hULBOUB BOOTS. TWllIK undersigned, from his long SXperieoee in the bu- M. siness, and his eitimshe facilities for procuring his -eed fr-"iu the best 1 growers ill the Cnited BtateatJ i'rance and tin^'and. iseiiabied to sell at lower prices than any other house. The Aleuts of Wells, Fargo k Co's and Freeman fc Co's i-: ■. :■:-'■■ i- • art- iierebv authori/ed :>i act as Agents for the undersigned in taking orders for seetls and rcci-ipting. for the same. l.Pt-'h-rs by mail also promptly attended to. ,\ liberal discount will he made to the trade. Particular attention given tu the eai.-'lal packing "1" >':els Cor shipment. Your carlv or.ic-r.s are solicited wliicli shall have immediate and faithful attention. B. W, MOOltK, .-■■ed Warehou.e. 110 California street. i; ■).}',-iv,.. of Seeds containing 1 00 fapers for retailing, in such assort tnents us '.iesired. will be furnished. n2C il To Teamsters and Others. Patent Aiill-Frlutlou Axle-Grease. KO> AFFKCTED BY HEAT OR COLD. Tins AUTIi.'Lr, WILL NOT TJ[!X IV HOT CLIMATKS, nor thicken or harden in cold. The season of internal communication with the Milling Districts having open- ed the subscribers take this opportunity of thanking their numerous customers for the extensive patronage given to their Patent Axlt; Grease daring tlie List nix years, anil beg to say that every care will betaken, in its future management, to sustain its widely-spread reputation &a the very best Axle Grease for i' !c--. Drays, Teamatere3 Wagons.ero.. ever Introduced 1 ito California. IIL'CICS & LaMBEIIT, iventors and >'n;e Manufacturers, Kotonia street. Depot of sale, No. 101 Jackson street, San Francisco. ocl-nii;- BROOKLYN HOTEL. Corner Ilronflwny nml BafiaoiHO streets. SAN i-'itANCISCO. TIL-; I'il'M'illl'IOi: OF TDK .VF.LL KNOWN andold OStablWlsd House is still at his old tricks—Feeding the public for the low sum of ■six dollars per week, and the cry is :-Still th< y ■ This lle.'.'l was established in 1S.V2. lunl the pro- prtonlly ap|w*als to its well known reputation, and i-vnic villi., ph-.l^cs himself to use every endeavor to tn the comfort and convenience or his guests The- Brooklyn Hotel W.UiDN" will always be ready on Ho wharf on the arrival of the steamers, to convey passen gers and their baggage td tbe house free of charge. Tn prevent ImpOtflflon, he positive and BOS that BRCOKfiYN HOTEL la painted in targe letters on the hides of the wagon. Board per day do do week Lodgings per week Meald .... Lodgings n $5 -S2 to £4 ,60 coin!-) , .50 Beats' ogle worse 75 cents oe29-3m JOHN KELLBY, Jr.. Proprietor. VOLDKES/S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. THE KFi'l'TATION VOLDNDi'.jl'S Sf";xArrR HAVK hitherto borne for go u-1 tp.ialii,, und riobhesa of flavor, will still be kept up. an-: nopeins spared to have V O L D H K I! ' S Schnapps onotlnne th,- tea-ding brand. The. undersigned is receiving be each clipper frum New York, a supply to meet the want* of th- trade. VOIJjVEB'a SiH.NAl'l'S are for sale hv all dealers through .ut tuts country. B. C sdaiv, Sole Agent, ■ Dcl-mfi " 138 Front slre.-l. San Franc.ixio. First Premiums Awarded at the State Fairsof 1858 and 1S59, and at the Mechanics' Institute, San Francisco. THTJRKAUEa & 2INN tMPUitTESB AND MANLTACTLdiEHS Basket, Willow Ware. Tots, LADIES' WORK STANDS, Children!' Carriages, Hobby Hursts, &c, WA Biittt-iy Sde;,', Bel. Ooinincreiil ami ODiy. oc22-3m Son hrtrncisro. SCHIEDAM ■W" OLFB' AROMATIC I to callthe attention of the Jlerchantsof California and Oragoi SCHNAPPS ! a Superior Article of HOLLAND GIN, Manufactured by Myself Exclusively, AT SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND, H to Dul'inguiih it fro g Other Aicoltolic ^Umulanlin the world 1 pawfttAe namr if SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS. 11 is the ITKFTINCTUF.r OK JUNIPF.R, distilled from the BEST BARLEY that flavored and med ics fed, not by the common har.di hern-, but by the choice bot«ni IAN ,ICNIi'KRl:i;RltV. whose most ^^^^^^^^ llrgans. Persons t raveling in t he S.oolhein and Weste rvEAGAISeTI AGUE AND FEVER and change of water great ctmlidencc in CASK OF CUOLFRA, on aa ■ " " be selected al any cost. It is ^^^^^^^^^^^^^—. ariety of the AROMATICITAI,- t is distilled and rectified with its spirituous solvent,and thus it he- Titrated'TINrn'KF. OF LXtdlSlTL FLAVOR AND AROMA, altogether tiauscendaut m its CCK1HAJ, AND HRIltriNAl PROPERTIES to any HOLLAND CIN IN THE WOilLD. llU .,,; :,-,,c,Vc-i,.no|-,hceeiebi-ai,-,'..--('illi-.DA.1.i AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, the proprietor has submitted it t o th. wil i I I M''-'"tH'lL I'ACn.TY of'the Culle.iStates. Over TllllKK THilUSANP F.NDORSi-i IT. ever their own slirna- u , ' l.l'.eti ::']'l Rl'-n-ALOOHOLirSTIMl I.KNT NOW IN L'UE. They also s, cab of the 'iiRFAT SCTFSS they Have __. .'i.i. :„ .k.;. „...,,.tie in r.rnvel (Jout. Chronic Rheumaii.uii. Ob.-lructions nf the Kidneys, ithtthier and Urinary Stutes should always have a supply on hand as a PRFVKNT- The Physicians in New Orleans and St. Louis prescribe it with nl of the PI UlTY Ul-'Tlli'i ART1CLF. ■ TjDOLtPHO WOLFE. CAUTION TO TIIE PUBLIC. Mneethe introduction of mv Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps into the United States, a number or Liquor Mixers in Vew'Vor'-- Lost.in Pailatlelphia'aud Sun Francisco, La'/e been eriea^eii in putting up mixed and poison, .us <; in i n cast-ai'd lues to be plumed (.IT upon the unwary for my Pennine Sclinr.pps. At first, they boldly counterleiieil my „:„,,- |,!!t Tseon sioniie.l that !>y cai^ini: several of 1 hem to be arrested. They now confine themselves to closely iioit-ilin.r the appear:! roe and shape oiiuv hot ties, ami the pecu iar wrapper which I have always used, via i YELLOW PAPl-.R. printed with KLD ANDRLI L INK. I'ASTKROARD l'RINTKD CAPS. BEWARE OP THKSE IlftlTATIOS UOGUS SCHNAPPS. If the Lit, u or wer- 111 to drink, there woufd be no need to palm theriT off by connferfeitiiiK tlie pecnlinr Style ni'tl ; j. |„„lr,i„,,„,1| the (iFN't'lNK WOLFi-rs St'HNAPHS. Avoid these mixed ami doctored-up iiiiTi'ii tinns. as vf-u would avoid S!l \TTKMi;!i >:i:ii\d':S, IIIdNKD STOMACH ami DK1.1K1LM TKKMKNS. Tin-Pure ami ireniiine Srhna]ips: liKve my name on the bottle.cork, and a fac-simile of a signature ou the label. For sale by all the Wholesale Druggists and respl-ci- ible Lhjoor Dealers I the United States ITDOLPHO WOLFE. Sole Importer and MamijRet.iirer, 18, 20 and 22 Heaver st., New Yorlt. The word Schei-iam Schnapps bclomrs exclusively to my article—all others arc counterfeit nnd an impeaitluri on the public. ui6noT12 Nos. WHAT CHEER" HOUSE, 317. US, 1B9, 1SBI, luai 142 Sacramento St.-JNos. 85, 87,-89, and 9I; L.uidsdoirtt'street, SAA FKAINCISCO. . .Mii; i i-is who ui-'i suncrior- 11 tnniu iLoda I ions, can always secure the in '■WHAT- CHEEK" 1IOUSK. > to the buildings of" tills highly popular 'place oT" Entertainment tiic Atlantic States. Its lucatioti is central, and well adapted t e additions liave recently been yorably known throughout tliir ulatiou of all classes of patrons. .1 Kcilue.l-ions have been recent v mad :-.L-e I-lLlF-PltOOP SAP-IS is kept riot- BaUm.i;.," Accoiuinodalions are coi BRAKY ! An OMNIRFS and FX1T.KSS V.'ACON, with the name of the House paininl on them, will always rival of'the Steamers, to convey passengers and their baggage to the House. FRKE OF 'JIIARt;K ! NO StOTNERS KMPLOYKD. BOARD, (per week) 85,00 1 LODGING, (per night) 51) to 75 r. (per dav) 1.00 BATHS, each. 25 c T..O!K;l*JG, (i>cc w««U) 'J. 3, fed oO (.- jfiQ=-.SI10V\ I'H PATHS I."HKI'',--&1t ol-yl Ii. V. WOODWAEI). pre] a tlie rates of BOARD AND FORCING. the off)be, for the use of'the patrons. ctcd ivilii this House : and also the free u i;i-:.\linc ROOM.' PLOWS! PLOWS! . lai and JUST received. ^^ZL full supply of ~" STEEL ASi> CAST PLOWS Of all sizea EXTliA POINTS FOE SAMS. Harrows, Seed Sowers, for Wheat, Harrow Teeth, Wagons, carts, And a largo aesnrt.ment. of Agricultural Implements, All ol wfiiclt will Oesuld its low aaeau be bought ID this city. J. D. ARTHUE if SON, 29m3 3, 4 aud 5 Washiugton tt., near Davis Established in 1849. ONE OF OUR FIRM is at present travelling! Bur-ope,whurt) bo ipcollccting and forwanlin to us by every steamer the most splendid stock ol WATCHES AND JEWELRV ever imported into this State, Our Watcht* can not be surpassed for substantiality and tim-r r.eep- ing. Oar Jewelry i* selected with the ./e tesi care, and none but the most tasteful go is i. ade of the finest gold are allowed to leave urerab lishment. QlX£l,X*t25 aTOTT^TO iry We manufacture on the prernisep. We are the inventors of the art, and keep ahead of all co petition. WATCH REPAIRING is done by the best workmen, under our own I spection. and warranted for one year. Watches for repair sent to us by Express are attended to promptly. BARRETT & SHERWOOD, 135 Montgomery street, between Clay and Commercial streets. Jy26 tf SAN" FRAH0ISC Turner's Ginger Wine A N! i FOREST WINE BITTERS. TtmSEE'fl BITTERS ABB a CURE FOB fever and A/me. 'Tat ub'ticy. Dyspepsia. CostivenesH, .- I|i.a\ines.'. (Jeiicr:;! Del,! lily."Sa usea, ili.-aibit'hc. Irre^u- ia!y of ibc p; psttva Oraaoa, Narvona Prostration, Nao- ilpis, Rlieom.! tie .'tl'ft-ct b.ins, ;;ii'l mn.^t of the ills that lr to. 1" !-,_ -■■ IB M found by all not erily a CURATIVE, but also the best PEEVENTITB ewr bmo- i- :.■;. rata. These IHT'lFdUS, mantifaclured from tho choicest medi- :-.:■, l'uriji-r Brothers, arfj war- int.-.l to be the hi-.t m.-,-,- in u-e on tbe Pacific Coast, and _sn be tsken with perfect safety by persons of aliases and couVittoni. Turner's Ginger Wine. OACTION TO Till: K'Bl.K.'.— Tiie reputation awarded to -~ . I8XB '■'■ DXE. and the uuequsled popularity it ha" received, has b*en the means of putting into the market many spurious articles, a^-ileware of those baae eaatton nil consumers of GINGER WINK to exAutino the label, as none is genuine -. ■us in a circle, on a it si plate—"TTJRN- EMfS GINGER WIKE, prepared by ITJRNEfi BBOTflEBS, New York. Buffalo. N.Y., and Sau Fraiici>r:o. Oalibmia." Manufactory and Salesroom In San FrancL-c Broadway an ocl-m3 turner's Ginger Wine, For .Sale Everywhere. Turner's Forest Mine Bitters, WELLS, FA11G0 & CO., NEW YORK, OREGON AND CALIFORNIA EXPRESS and EXCHANGE Co, CAPITAL - - - $000,000. 0. N. BARNEY. PrwMent. Draw Bills of Kxchange VYStTMB TO SUJT. ON ALL THE ClTIKri (l','TIIE L*NHL13 STATES jVNI) CANADA; UNION EANK OF LONDON, AND KOYAL BANK OV IRELAND, DUBLIN. Advance on Gold Dust consigned for Assay. On an.l nlier this tlnte litis office will receive DEPOSITS, GENERAL and SPECIAL. nnd draw checks-W SUMS TO SUIT—on S'nii Francisco. II. N. ALEXANDER, Agent. Ens Anireles, May 1st, 1850. anc7 0KVGGISTS, STATIONERS, Hiirilwarc, Music,Fancy Goods, Toy Dealers, &o, Can Hud thousands of direct imported articles in their line at NEW IMPORTING HOUSE, 2d Floor, Howard's JVe.n Bloek, Stmsorne street, between Commercial and Clay- streets, SAN FRANCISCO. NOW UNPACKING TOYS AND FANCY Q0ODS, 1'IASOES, MKLODFON'S. BRASS INSP.TUMFaVTS, HU.SIC ilOtsKS, GENUINE P.OMAN VIOLIN AN'i) (iUITAll -STKINCS, iic, kc, ,Vc. All lieinp; direct importations, they must and will be sold CHEAP. Dealers hi the above articles will find It to their advantage to call on A. KOHLEE. ocllS m3 R. E. RAENOND, &, Far Sale /•': COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 105 Front stroet, (Between Washington and Merchant streets,) SAN FRANCISCO, will give particular attention to the Purchase and Shipment, as well as to the SALB OP MEltCHANIJISE A\l> I'RODUCE. RE. RAIMOND baring been established io San . Francisco since 1849, and baring been continually engaged in the Cumniission business lor Merchants and Producers ol the Southern and Northern coast of California, as well as with that of Oregon and Washington Territories, (eels confident that he will be able to pive eutire satisfaction to parties who may entrust their baflineSB to Mb QUINCY HALL, Nos. 149 and 151 W ASHING TON ST i^K E T, SAW FRAJVCISCO. THIS |S THE LARGEST CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT WEST of the KOOKY MOUNTAINS.' This House has-gained its wide reuutatiorl-liy SELMJVG CLOTHING Cheaper Thar, any other establishment ie CALIFORNIA* oc29'-3m "leATUEEV LEATIiEB.-" R B MO A' A Iv . JOHN Q. HKIN HAS HKMOVR1) HIS 1.EATI1KK AN)'' SHOE FiNDIN'C STOKI-: Irt.ni 83 Battery street tu No- 122 Snnsoiilit str< <;(, Whore In.' has uiiuuctl the hi i^i>.t Leather nnii Shoe Finding Store in flu'city, with a complete assortment nf stl- tn<* different goods ftppertitirtinx to the Lent her and Finl- Ing busiaesa. tor the F»mmde ; Baeh as KliKMll CAI.t - SKIN of the I'tillou-iii:; bra.mis : Lemoin, Dt'lon, Alloy, Uoniiuier. MehiM-s ; jl1.su, Silver Modal 1'ati'nt Leather, Morocco, ami a good Atmortinent of Prime Phfladelp&it Kipsand'OaJf-aklii, uakand Berfloelt Si-leteather of alf the tlilit'i'. 1.1 .jirilitifi inirl prit.-t's to suit huVers. AIko, a completeaMortaant of SHOE ViNDINX.'S, of»n the vari- nd Footing, from $1 \t> t-r, lro.ii 80 toBTJi Ot», $ ft iHS-rai-tieular attention pa it! to ord be open from 0 A. M , tlUdl'.U, $2 B0 to 5-1'; Sole Le.ith- ter and Shoe Uppers of Who would be Bald or Gray ? 0VBHJ ten thousand gray heads have been restored to their original color within tbe last year by the use ol Fish's Infallible Hair Restorative. Magic-Uke, it arrests threatened baldness, returns the dark brilliant hue to the jzray headed, and restores the hair to a line glossy and healthy appearance ; thus acting in strict compliance with ' the first and greatest of all toilette-makers—Nature. Principal office for Wholesale and Retail, 139- Sacramento street, San Francisco. For sale by Druggists generally. N. MILLS, Gen. Agftnt. ^•©"■For sale by all Druggists in Los Angeles ©29 GEOR0IL STORY & GO,, Importers nnd Wholesale Dealers in PillTS, OILS, f Illlf ELtil V'-A.H.IJ ISHSS, BRUSHES, COLORS, GLUES, ETC., ETC., No. 105 Clay street, San Francisco ' 2tm|jeJ-e VOL. IX. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1859. NO. 34. £,05 Angeles Star: FUBLISIIED RTERT SATURDAY M0RMING, At No. 1, Pico Bdiloinos, Spring Street, Los * Angeles, BY H. HAMILTON. TERMS: Subscription, per annum, tn advance. For Six Months, For Three Months tll u..] Single Number 85 00 3 00 . 2 00 0 25 Advertisements inserted at TwoDo liars per square df ten lines, for the first insertion ; and One dollar per square for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to Yearly Advertisers. Agency Notice. Mr. C. A. CRANK is our only authorized a<rent in San Francisco, to receive Advertisement and Subscriptions, receipt for the same, and to transact business generally for the Star. Office, 172 Montgomery street, between Washington and Jack- gon, opposite the Lyceum. BELLA UNION¥(3TEL Main Street, IDS ANGELES . FLASHNER & WINSTON, PROPRIETORS. MTHIS HOTEL, so long known as the best in Southern California, having passed into the hands of the present Proprietors, has been thoroughly refitted, and many additions made to its accommodations. Strangers, and gentlemen with their families, will firid this an agreeable home, at all times. The table will be supplied, as heretofore, with all tho delicacies of the market, oct2 Iafmote hoteIl HVEfiissL Street, OPPOSITE THE BELLA UNIQJ*, L.OS ANGELES, J^mL THIS Establishment offers superior jjljfflducements to tho traveling public, and ' '■■ pecially to those wishing a quiet home. The 1 ication is desirable, the establishment large and commodious, with rooms—single and for families— e.eanand well furnished, and a table well supplied vt 1th the choicest viands and delicacies of the season - as is well known by thoso who have favored the h mse- with their patronage. The Proprietor will use every exertion, and reelect nothing to give his guests entire satisfaction. EBERHARD & K0LL. Loa Angeles, Sept 11, 1859. l«sin«s Carbs. C. E. THOM, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS ANGELES. Office in Pico Buildings, Spring street. jv3 " E. J. C. KEWEN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law? LOS ANGELES, Cal.. AVil I practice in the Courts of the First.Indicia' District, the Supreme Court, and the U. S. District Court of the Southern District of California. Office, in Temple's Building, opposite Melluc-'s store. Jan. 1st, 1859. WM. H. SHORE, N"otary X*ix"fc>lio. jan29 office ivrTn s. drown. Sit .Down, Bad Soul. Sit down, sad soul, and count The moments Hying ; Come—tell the sweet amount That's lost by sighing 1 IIoW many smiles !—a score? Then laugh, and count no moro, For day is dying. Lie down, sad soul, and sleep, And no more measure The flight of Time, nor weep The loss of leisure ; But here by this lone stream Lie down with us and dreqm Of starry treasure I We dream—do thou the same1— We lore—for ever ; We laugh ; yet few we shame— The gentle never. Stay, then, till sorrow dies ; Then—hope and happy skies Are thine for ever I T. J. WHITE, Physician, Surgeon, and Oculist, Office—Temple's Mock, MAIN STREET, J.OS ANGELES. nttl8 DR. J. C. WELSH, Wholesale and Retail DRUGGIST, MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. August 1. 1859. SaYLES & SMALL jS.S»«0>TS5:ESO^.rS.IE3©, MAIN STREET—Front ottuinmirflnl. ftbl9 UNITED STATES HOTEL. 3Mctii3L Street, Los Angeles. THE SUBSCRIBER having leased the : above establishment, begs leave to inform j ,. ■ the public that he has refitted and rei'ur- ifJ™'i'-M nished the Fame, and that it will be con- ducted tu the very best style. The table will be liberally supplied with everything tha market affords, and every care will be taken to make tbe UNITED STATES HOTEL a comfortable home lor boarders. Ataehed to the Hotel is a BAR, where the best of liquors and cigars are kept Terms, moderate to suit the times, F. WEAVER. Los Angeles, Dec. 22, 1858. LOS ANGELES DRUG STORK J. T. BOSTWICK, Successor to Dr. T. J. White, Temple's Block, MAIN STEEET, LOS ANGELES, Is now prepared to furnish all articljs fouod in a well assorted DRUG STORE, AT WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, BACHMAN & CO, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAI.ERS IN ►ccrlcs, WIiich, Liquors, lo tiling, Hardware, '.'•.;'., .'V.<-, Proflwec, Hides. mimI Wool inlceti In exchange. Los Angeles street, second house from Commercial street. Jan. 1st, 1859. FRANCIS NSELLUS, WHOLESALE AND RRTA1 L DEALER In Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oils, Ac. &c. JUNCTION OF MAIN AND SPRING STREETS LOS ANGELES. anlG PHINEAS BANNING, forwarding and Commission Merchant, LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO. olO Frieght Forwarded to port TunrA, SAN BjKltWARDIlVO, PORT TEJOPT, and all parts ofthe three Southern Counties, with his accustomed promptness. ninth or Washington Irving. New York, Nov. 28.—The venerable Washing- ington Irviug died last night at Irvington. From the New York Timet of Nov. 30th, we take the following detailed statement of the facts connected with the disease and death of Washington Irving:— As all particulars relating to the last hours ot this great man, and the circumstances attending his death, must be profoundly interesting to the public, we give such memoranda as we have been able to obtain at Tarrytown. It is pretty generally known to the friends and admirers of Mr. Irving, throughout the country, that his health has been in a tailing condition tor a year paet. An asthmatlcal difficulty, to which he has long been subject, has, during this period, taken a more serious turn, and bus been attended with occasional paroxysms of difficult breathing, from which he hassnitered greatly, and which have caused fearful apprehensions among the members of his family. The worst effect oi this disease has been the sleepless nights that it has occasioned its victim, It is, in fact, stated that Mr. Irving had not had a perfect night's rest in a year. Tbe consequence of fliis has been a complete prostration of his nervous system, and the gradual breaking down of a constitution already weak from the natural infirmity of years. But, in addition to this, Mr. Irving has been afflicted with another disease, uot generally known to his friends, but which, as the event bus shown, was ot a much more fatal character. It has long been the opinion of hismedical adviser, Dr. Peters, of New York, that he was suffering from enlargement nf the heart. This conviction Wiie some time since imparted to Mr. Irving, but owing to the peculiar aud uncertain clmr- iicter of the disease, neither physician nor patient entertained auy immediate apprehension as lo the result. There can now, however, be no doubt that this, if not in part the source of the other ailment, was at least the immediate cause of death. So well satisfied are tlie physicians and family o( Mr. Irving of this fact, that no post mortem cxumiiia- capacity, and the street for some distance in either direction, lined with a dense mass of those who had come to pay the last honors to the memory of the illustrious dead. All the Stores and offices of the villnge were closed, and the flags on the public buildings displayed at half-inast. A few minutes after one, the procession entered the church by the south aisle. Thebody was preceded by the p.tll bearers—James Hamilton, J. Watson Webb, Geo. D. Morgan, N. B. Holmes, Dr. Cogswell, Prof. Renwick, Henry Sheldon and Gouverneur Kemble, and followed by the immediate family and relatives of the deceased. It was met at the door by the Rector, the Rev. Dr. Creighton. and the Assistant Rector, the Rev. Mr, Spencer, the latter of whom eommenced tho solemn and beautiful office of the Episcopal Church for the Burial of the Deud. by the reading of the appointed sentences. Upon the conclusion of the services la tbe church, tbe lid of the coffin was removed, and for over nn hour the vast congregation filed slowly past and gazid for the last lime on the face, so well loved, and so soon to be hidden forever from their sight. Upon the coffin lay some beautiful wreaths of flowers, entwined by the gentle hands of loving friends, and fitting em- A l*rnetlcnl Joker. )IT UEOROE VANDENMOI-T. There was a low comedian familiarly called Dick HosktQB, whom I occasionally I'lieuitntered at several of the small country theatres in the north of England, and who was an inveterate and n:;it'ti!-:il joker on tho stage. He was always very well behaved with me, but when he came in contact with a tragedian for whose talents lie entertained a contempt, or whose person or manners displeased him, woe to the nnhnppy MihjeiU of his fun. All his tragedy was turned into farce when Dick was in the humorous vein. I'lnis, lie played the grave-digger one night at. I think, the Rochdale Theatre, in Lancashire, to the ILimlet of a Mr. C , a most solemn and mysterious tragedian of the cloak and dagger school. This gentleman's tragedy fffts, in Dick's eyes, much more intensely comic than his own broadest strokes of farce ; accordingly Dick held no terms with it, and showed the unfortunate object of his merriment no quarter on the stage. When, therefore. Hamlet approached the grave to hold the dialogue with Dick in it, the latter began his antics, nnd extemporised a" sorts of sbmra interpolations in the text—which he spoke in his own broad Lancashire dialect. There was not. a good house, and blcms of that.purity and rectitude of life and pur- Dick allowed himself full license, Mr. C ppso which shono so pre-eminently in tbe life of SCowled fearfully, but Dick was unabashed. At b.m who slop so ca mly beneath them ,cngUl ht! „„.UQllmM on his audacity that "top- About So'clock, the procession moved from the | pe(i the infinite of insult." The theatre was built on the site of an obi Dis- FORWARDING. THE undersigned, having leased the Sepulveda Landing, at San Pedro, is now ready to Receive and Haul all manner of merchandise consigned to WITH CARE AND DISPA TCHt and upon reduced terms. JOSE RUBIO. Los Angeles, Oct. 10, 1859. ocl5 Camphene, Lard Oil, Cod Liver Oil, Alcohol, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Congress Water, Quinine, Strychnine, Turpentine, Sand's, Bull's, Townsend's, Guisot fenberg's Sarsaparila. For sale by Port and Madeira Wines, Sage Hops. Hair.Flcsh,PaintBrusb.es Medicines, Trusses, Herbs, Chemicals, Bay Rum,injbottle or gal. Abdominal Supporters, . FlavoringExtract. and Grae- J. T. Bostwick. Jayne's, Graefenberg's and Maffat's assorted medicines. For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry, Ayres Cherry Pectoral and Expectorants. For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Bachelor's, Jayne's and Lyon's Hair Dye, For sale by J. T. Bostwick, Lubin's and Bajin's Perfumery, and Dupuy'a Kiss me Quick, For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Wright's, McLane's, Cook's, Lee's. Brandreth's, Holloway's, Ayers'and Graefeaberg Pills. For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Holloway's Green Mountain, Dalley's and Red- ding's Ointment, For sale by J. T. Bostwick. A large and splendid assortment of Tooth Brush- es and Tooth Powders, Lilly, White, and Colognes, For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Pure White Lead, Boiled Oil and Varnishes, For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Needhara's Patent Improved Breast Pumps, Goodyear's " " " " Dodson's India Rubber Syringes. Dr. Matteson'a patent elastic self-ejecting syringes. Nit. Acid, Sulph. Acid, Muriatic Acid. Acitic Acid, Hydrocandic Acid. Weber's Invigorating Cordial. Cordial de Lucine, Balm of a Thousand Flowers. Quicksilver, Pariara's Italian Remedy. FleaPowder, Crowell, Crane &Brigham'sCana- nary Seed. For sale by J. T. Bostwick. .^"Prescriptions put up at all hours, in French, Spanish and Latin. One Silver Plated Soda Fountain, AND FIXTURES, Jj3 For sale by |J. T. BOSTWICK. JZi&~V)r. White's office will still be ltero, where his proscriptions will be put up as usual. Lob Angeles, June 18,1859. E. H. WORKMAN & BRO. Saddlers and Harness Makers, TEMPLE'S MARBLE FRONT BLOCK, Will keep constantly on band an assortment of Saddles, Harness, &c. &c. Repairing done with promptness. Oct. 24h, 1S59. The Time.- Hi M. RONTET, liOS ASGELES STUHET, In front ol" Corhltt it Barken AS the honor to announce to the Public,that still carries on his business at the old stand, as above, and having in his employment competent workmen, he is prepared to execute all orders with which he may be favored, in the Mi nufacturing of FliieHariicMs.Cnrs-lnRcRcpnirliig^nii Jtlcntlln of nil kinds, AlSO, everything In the Saddlery Business. Los Angeles. Aug. 1st, 1859. £S„ Xjb _^_ 5S Jk. H. 33, IMPORTER, And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ibVench, KiatflastB and American Dry Goods. Corner of Melius Row, Los Angeles. ocl LAVENTHAL & LETTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Clothing, Dry Goods, Hals, Caps and Shoes, Have removed to tho new brick building in Beau- dry's Block, Corner of I.OR Angeles nnd A Use-streets, opposite Melius'Itulldlng, Where the public maybe assured of procuring the cheapest and best goods, offered at 10 per cent, on San P'rancisco cost. LAVENTHAL & LETTER. Los Angeles, Aug. 28,1858 Co-Partnerslnp Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned have this day formed a co-partnership under the name and style of M'LAREN & CO., for the carrying on of the Blacksmith and Carriage making business, in this city. F. BACHMAN, D. M'LAREN. Los Angeles, Aug. 10th, 1859. Having purchased the Blacksmith and Carriage making business from JOHN GOLLER, the public are hereby notified that we will carry on the business in all of its branches, at the old stand. M'LAREN & CO. Los Angeles, Aug. 13, 1859. R. F. WALKINSHAW, FAMILY GROCER, AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, At the Old Stand, San iicrnardino. RF. W. haB opened at the above place, with a • full and selected stock of all articles embraced in the above line, and respectfully requests a continuance of tho patronage of his old friends and new patrous. Ii. F. WALKINSHAW. nol9 tion will be held. Until within the latitfortnight, Mr. Irving had for nearly three months been comparatively free from the returns of his asthmatic affection. About, two weeks ago, however, he bad a return of the complaint, which continued, though in a milder form than it hud taken on several previous occasions, up to the period of his death. On -Sunday morning last he attended church as usual, at Tnrrytowi), about two miles Irom his residence. It was remarked by many persons in the congregation that he appeared more pallid and feeble than usual, aud it was also noticed that he did not wait, after the services were over, as was his custom, to shake hands with his friends and neighbors, but immediately hastened home. THE DAY Ol-' HIS DEPARTURE. During tbe morning of Monday he walked out to Ids garden, a short distance from the house, and gave some instructions to his gardener. He also gave some instructions to the carpenters who were employed in making some alterations in his library. He did not ride out during the day, as was bis custom, but as he made no complaint of Ine ling more indisposed than usual, the omission was not thought by his family to arise from any alarming conditions. He dined with the family about 4 o- clock, aud after dinner proposed that they should spend the evening in amusement, conversation and reading. In addition to the regular members of the family, consisting of Ebenezer M.Irving, the brother ot the deceased, with his three daughters, nnd Pierre M. Irving, a nephew, with his wife, another nephew. Rev. Pierre M. Irving, of New Brighton. Staten Island, the literary executor of the deceased, was also present, having accidentally came up from Staten Island that day. The evening was spent according to the proposal ot Mr. Irving, and except, an occasional reference to the difficulty of breathing, none of the party appeared more cheerful, or a more gratified sharer of the enjoyment than he. In the intervals of conversation he glanced over the pages of several books that lay on the centre table, and the last book he is believed to have opened wan Lieut. Page's History of the Paraguay Expedition.— About half past ten o'clock, he rose up to retire, and taking leave of the company, he ascended tho stairs alone to his bed-room. While upon tin steps he met Mb nephew. Rev. Mr. Irving, coming down, holding in his hand a needle for sewing manuscripts. Mr. Irving accosted him in a playful manner, saying : "Why, Pierre, what are you doing with the needle?'-' and passed on to his room. These were the last words lie ever uttered. One of his nieces, Miss Sarah Irving, find preceded him to his room, and when he entered she was engaged in arranging his books so that they would be convenient of access in his hours of wakefulness during the night. While engaged fn this duty, she was startled by a noise as of some one choking, and turning around she saw Mr. Irving press his left band to his heart and fall torwards He caught hold of a table, in failing, and gradually sank down on the floor. The noise was heard in the parlor below, and in a moment every member of the household was around him. but before any of them reached him he had ceased to breathe. Supposing that he had fainted, efforts were made to revive him, and, meanwhile, Dr. Caruthers and Mr. George D. Morgan, a near neighbor and intimate friend of Mr. Irving, were sent lor. On the arrival of the Doctor, he made an examination ol the body and announced that life was extinct. The news of tbe death of Mr. Irving cpread through the villages of Irvington and Tarrytown. and fell upon the people like a thunderbolt. In no part of the country was he so much loved as in the neighborhood where he lived. His cheerfulness, good humor and benevolence, bis unostentatious bearing, and his frank and cordial inter course with all classes of people, had completely won the affections of every citizen of the place, and every person in that vicinity speaks of the loss as though it were that of a brother. No where will he be mourned with a sincerer sorrow than among the farmers, mechanics and laborers of ImntrUm and Tarrytown, who, albeit unconscious of his world-wide fame as an author, have learned to love him aH the "peace-maker of the village." Funeral of Wushlnglwii living. From the JT. Y. Courier and Enquirer, Dec. 2. Mr. lrving's funeral took place yesterday, In Tarrytow, trom Christ Church, of which parish he had been for upwards of twenty years an efficient and revered vestryman, and lor the last ten years the Senior Warden. Long before the time appointed for the funeral services, crowds from all directions hastened towards the village, and by] Mrs.} Lucy; Ston church. The line was nearly a mile in length, and as it wound slowly along, the bells of the various churches of the village lolled forth the requiem of the passing dead. Reaching the cemetery, the remaining portions of the service were read by the Rev. Dr. Creighton. and upon its conclusion the body was lowered to its final resting place by the side ofher who gave it birth. —*» ■■^-<>...„t, y The Const Survey. The reports of all tho Northern Coast Survey Parties have been received and made up Ut Professor Bache's office. Among the operations these interesting fads are Morthy of note: The Primary triangulation of the eastern coast has been extended by the Superintendent's party, during the past season, to the boundary beiweeil Maine and New Brunswick. The closing results have been looked for with much interest by Professor Bache. who has conducted the work personalty, the work of the triangulation from Massachusetts to the eastern boundary. This part of the triangulation is the work cf fifteen years, the summer seasons only being favorable for Held op- eralions on that part of the coaBt. From the Massachusetts base, nenr Boston, which was measured in 18-11 by Mr. Blunt, and which is nearly eleven miles long, to the base of verification onEpping Plains, the distance through the triangulation is 260 miles. Tho sides connecting these two base lines average 5o in length. Prom the Fire Island base, on the south side of Long island measured by Mr, Hassler, through tho tri- angulation to the Massachusetts base, the distance is 170 miles. The Epping base of verification is in round numbers five and a half miles long. The lntere>t in the closing operations bus been lo see how tbe length of the Epping base, as computed from tbe mean of the two bases through the triangulation would compare with tbe length as-[ CertaTnect by actual measurement in 1857. The results are almost identical, the difference being only about one filth of an inch I This iB not the result ol chance, but of the scientific method, the care and the skill with which the work has been performed. The primary triangulation thus furnishes a great number of air-line distances with moat remarkable accuracy. From Europe. city article, in showing the preva lent policy in France on the subject of war with England, quoles, as the chief authority for its opinions, from a respectable French review published in London, in which it is stated that in France the prospect of a war with England is incessantly discussed in high places of power, in the public offices, in the army, among the working classes and men ol business. The army is reported as unanimous for war, and in the navy the do- Hire for it amounts to n pbrenzy. The Church is as eager for it aH either tho army or navy. The conclusions drawn are, that in a war with England, the French Empire has ihe power of satisfying the army and navy, of gratifying the clergy, of winning over the legitimists, and securing the eulfrages of a united people. A Berlin dispatch of the 8th November, sayn that it was reported there on reliable authority, that at the interview held at Braslin, the Emperor of Russia and the Prince Regent ol Prussia determined not to consent to a revision of the treaties of 1815. nor to take part in any Congress in which England would not be represented, the lust resolution being proposal by Prussia. The substance of the reply of King Victor Emanuel lo the Emperor's letter is reported to this effect : That if the Emperor of the French iH bound by tho convention of Villa Franca, the King of Sardinia is also bound by tho wishes of his people. ■«•> ..^».„■*»». 1 The jVetv .Jersey Klcetlon. Trenton, N. J. Nov. 29.—Tbe following is the official vote for Governor at the recent election Olden, Opp., 53,315; Wright, Dem., 61,714. Old en's majority. I,ti01. senting chapel, which had formerly stood there, in which a preacher named Banks bad held forth, and |d the small graveyard attached to which tho Doctor—for he wns popularly dubbed Dr, Bunks— had been buried twenty years ago ; and his namo was familiar yet. So, alter answering Hamlet's question— "How long will a man lie in tho earth ere ho rot!" Dick proceeded In due course to illustrato hln answer by Yorick's skull; and taking It up, ho said, to the words of the text: "Now, here's a skull that hath lain you In tho earth three and twenty years. Whose do you think it was?" "Nay, I know not," replied Hamlet, in his sepulchral, tragedy tone. This skull, sir," said Dick—pursuing the text thus far. and then making a sudden and most un- looked-lbr-alteration: "This was Dr. Banks' skull I" And the word skull he pronounced like pull. Of course the house was in an uproar of laughter aud confusion. The victimized tragedian slumped and fumed about the stage, as well he might, exclaiming, "Yorick's, sir, Yorick'sl" "No," said Dick, coolly, when jibe tumult had subsided, taking up another skull, and resuming the text■ "This is Yorick's skull, the King's jester," but —going off again—"t'other's Doctor Banks', as I told you." This was too much ; this was the last straw on tho tragedian's buck ! lie jumped into the grave, seized the (very) low comedian by the throat, and a most fearful contest, never before—or since, I hope—introduced into the play ensued, in which Dick held bis own bravely, and succeeded ut length in overpowering, in a double sense the worsted tragedian, whom ho held down in tho grave with one band, while he flourished "Dr. Banks' skull" in triumph above his buad. The curtain was dropped, amidst roars and shrieks ol laughter, in which King, Queen, Monk, and Courtiers—who, in the vain hope of arresting the row,, had been sent on with Ophelia's empty coffin—were compelled lo join, forming a tableau, which finished the play for that night. OCR ADOPTED CrTIZSSS.—Apropos of the Harper's Ferry outbreak, tho Winchester Virginian says: It is worthy of remark that, though the Abolitionist!) bad been a whole year plotting the insurrection at Harper's Ferry, they were unable to enlist a single foreign-born citizen la their ranks: not one was found among them to share their treason against their race and nation. An Irishman (the keeper of the bridge) was the Brat to offer them resistance—an Irishman (Boorney) was the nccoud man they killed, while he bad bjl rifle drawn to shoot one—and the last man they killed was a young and gallant Irishman, (the marine). Messrs. Barrett & Sherwood, jewelers, 135 Mont, goraery street, have just received a large quantity of Washoe Bilver, which they have converted Into thousand beautiful articles for ornament and use. Among these are magic liquor stands, mag- io fruit baskets, magic toilet cases, magic egg stands, etc., all very beautiful, very rich, anil very admirably constructed. Their store of superb silver tea sets is truly surprising, while the rich sparkling of diamonds, «meralds, rubies and other gorgeous gems, almost realize the scenes related 'n the "Arabian Nights Entertainments." Ab Messrs. Barrett & Sherwood import directly from the moBt celebrated maunfdcturers, and alno employ a goodly number of experienced and skillful artificers in this city, they are enabled to sell at most reasonable rates.— Herald. Jekomk Bonapiite.—Jerome Bonaparte, of Baltimore, who recently returned lo the United States, has refused the dignity of Senator of France.olfered to him by his falher.Prince Jerome, in order to induce him to remain in France. Mr. Bonaparte preferred the simple title of American citizen to that of A'enator of France. After the efforts made by the American branch of the Bona- p;i! 1'- ' iu nl\'.\\:\ I '';":-i;:i;',ii >-.■■ I- .\i''rn :.! :■ \ ,■■■■:,'.:■■) of the imperial family, ibe news of this refusal will create some surprise. u„*v..™» —. _ ^^^_^^^^^„„„ Esq., and Col. Antoinette one o'clock" tbe church wbb crowded to "its utmost Brown, are in England lecturing. The Gkuat River optiik West.—Some Western newspaperman makes the following exhibit of the magnitude and capacity ol tho Mississippi rlwn From the frozen regions ofthe north to the ninny south.it extends some thirly-otio hundred miles, and, with the Missouri, is forty-live hundred miles In length. It would reach from New York across the Atlantic and extend frornFrance to Turkey,;tnd to the Caspian Sea. Its average depth from itH source at Loke Itasca In Minnesota, to Its delta in the Gulf of Mexico, isfilty (eel, and its average width half a mile. The trapper on the upper Mississippi can take the fnrfl of the animals that inhabit Its source and exchange them for the tropical fruits that are gathered on tho banks below.— The floods are more than a month truvelling from its source toils delta. The total value of steamers afloat on this river and its tributaries is moro than $11,000,001), and they number as many as fifteen hundred—more than twice the steamboat tonnage of England) and equal to all lhat ofall other parts of the world. It drains an area of twelve hundred thousand square miles which is justly entitled the garden ofthe world. |i reCSrVea a lOOffl of tributaries, the least of which is longer than the vaunted streams of miglily empires. It might furnish every country with a river larger than the Seine. It engulfs more every year than the revenue of petty kingdoms, and rolls a volume In whose depths tho cathedral of St. Paul would be sunk out of sight. It discharges in one year moro water than has Issued from the Tiber In live centuries; it Bwallows up fifty rivers, which have no inline, each of which nre longer than the Thames. The addition of the waters ot the Danube would not swell ithalf a fathom; in one single reserinir (Lake Pepin) twenty-five hundred miles from the sea, the navies of the world might Safely ride at anchor. It washes the shores of twenty powerful States, and between Ul arms lies space lor twenty more. The eon of Judge Haun, tbe daw Senator from California, who arrived in New York with his family on the 27th tilt., died about six hours after landing from the steamer. He had been ill of a sore tliroat on the passage, and wheu he arrived it was too late to save him. He was a fine young lad, six yearn of ago. Cohn.—Here in a fact worth knowing, if true: William S. Morgan, ol Warren county. Indiana, writes that seed from the butt end of an ear ol corn will ripen its product at the same time, and three weeks earlier than seed Irom the little end of tho same ear. He recommends farmers always to break their seed corn ears in two tn tbe middle, and use the butt ends only for seed. A German "savant" has taken the trouble to count the number ol hairs existing in four human heads. He found in a blonde. 140,000 dlel Dot hairs: in a brown, 109,440; in a black, 102,960; and in a red 88,740. Among all the abridgments of works in these days, no doubt the most popular with wild young men waiting for their inheritance would be "an abridgment of the Lives of Fathers." One of the mieertee of human lile is going to dine with your friend upon the strength of a general invitation, and finding by the countenance of his wife, that you had much better have waited " r a particular one. A New Haven editor spoakBofa recent swow storm which "roared ho loud thalyou Couldn't hear dog bark." We Suppose that the bark of tbe dogs, like an occasional bark off tlii-coast ot Connecticut, was lost In the Sound. No doubt there is room enough in Ibe world for men and womi'ii.but it in;iy be a eerlooa Question whether the latter are not taking up more room than their share of it just now. A gentleman showed a friend his portrait, ad- mirably executed by the ■ "It'B very well," said his friend, returning II to him; "tbe tact is, I hate the style attoge&ert"- - '■But why, my good sir?" "BettB0e" uplied be, "it'« a/ct to graphic art.''
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 9, no. 34 , December 31, 1859|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Sit down, sad soul", "Death of Washington Irving", "Funeral of Washington Irving", [col.4] "The coast survey", "From Europe", [col.5] "A practical joker", "The great river of the West", [p.2]: [col.1] "The old year and the new", "The legislature", "The overland mail", [col.2] "County affairs", "School examination", [col.3] "Supreme Court", "Christmas party", "Minerals", "Another invention", [col.4] "Harmonic society", [col.5] "The Chinese -- American Treaty -- later from Europe", [p.3]: [col.1] "From Salt Lake", "From Sonora", [col.3] "Sheriff's sale".|
|Subject (lcsh)||Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Newspapers|
|Geographic Subject (City or Populated Place)||Los Angeles|
|Geographic Subject (County)||Los Angeles|
|Geographic Subject (State)||California|
|Geographic Subject (Country)||USA|
|Coverage date||circa 1859-12-25/1860-01-06|
|Publisher (of the Original Version)||Hamilton, H.|
|Publisher (of the Digital Version)||University of Southern California. Libraries|
|Format (Extent)|| p.|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
|Identifying Number||Los Angeles Star, vol. 9, no. 34 , December 31, 1859|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m480|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Filename||STAR_637; STAR_638; STAR_640|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
A'oticc to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS baring claims egatnet Maria
Ygnacia Amador do Alv.uniu, deceased, rtrt
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the Dominguuz Rancho, Los Angeles county, or at i
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the date of tins notice, Of the suiue will be forever;
Administrator of tlie I'-mre of .M.t.V-j;ii:u;ia Ajnsdor
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA, )
County of I.01 Angeles. \
In the matter of the petition ol MORRIS GOLD
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PURSUANT to art order of the Boo, Benjamin
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hereby given to all the creditor* of raid Insolvent Debitor, to be and appear before tbe District
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