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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, Los Augeles County. Present, Messrs. ■U AUGUST 18th, 1802. iuaui to adjournment— I ; Gibson, Aguilar, anil Whereupon, the Board ordered tlm! the Clerk spread anon the mfeoutee-Ji this Board I lu- l reclamation o hie ■,;ol-:ii-; :':■'<■ (.Vm-riil .'-.Wln'-i . . . .^ wn*cn g-,ia following, to- K\..M'll.*ii.*v lii'' il.iv.-viioi-. to be held on the 3d day of Septero l-roolamitton ia In the words an* B*u, Kjm EtECTIOl* L»K()CLAMATION. STATE OK CAi.lf'OKN'lA. EXECUTIVE DEPAB TMKXT.— Xotiee ia hereby given, that a general election is to Is., l-ol.l un WKI'.Nrr-iUY, lilC FFFFF.' ,:;,,- of Sl'.l'TlvM FFV. amt, throughout the Stale, -U wliic.'n liie liiUoWio** officer* are to be i-lei-u-il, ami nt which tlio Amendments to tlie Cutis tit at ion or the State, aa proposed by I he l.e- gfelature of 1861 aud adopted by tbe Legislature of 1862, are to be approved or rejected tnt&e " * a tier anil form ' ASupei if Tulili ■L'v. .-KlliT-.Lstricl, * <r.X ffM-5 Senators, aa folio ■ct-em-ipoaea of . following Judi- npbell, resigned -ed: Seventeenth of Coutr wed of tho counties of Tuolumne imposed of tbeouuty ofCalove .posed of the county of El Dora Costa anil Marin—one Si Twelfth District--oom] and Mono—one Senator, Thirteenth,District—. tu—-one Senator. Fifteenth District—ooi do—twoSoiialors, Ji*i-i-i---«i--Mi.-i--i--i--i^i--i--™i^™ Sixteenth District—oompOBedof thecounty of Sacra Xiaeteentli Pisiriiit—composi'd of the county of So no Bia—oue Sen,itor. Twentieth District—composed of tho county of Placer— Twenty-rust Dtatrtct—composed ofthe county of N da—one Senator. Twenty-second District—composed of the county of Sierra—one Senator, Twenty-third District—-composed of the Yuba anil Su'ler—o;ie Senator. And for the (-.unity of Yiibn, oue Senator. Twenty-fourth Dtsttiot— composed of tht Butte ii nd Plumas—one Senator, das de la constitucion del Estado, segun fucron propnestas nor la Legislatura de 1861, y adoptadas por la Legislatura de 1862, seran aprobadas 6 re- chaaadas dc la ranueray forma prescrita por csta : Un Siiperiutendentc dc luslrucciou Fublica. Un Jaez de Distrito para cada uno de los si- gnientcs Dietritos Judiciales: 12° Distrito, (vice Campbell, reuuncio,) 16° Distrito, [vice Hardy, l'no removido,] IT-Distrito. [vice Taylor, rennnolo,! Tambien Senadorea del Estado como eigue : 5*= Distrito, compueato de los condados de Ma- riposii, Merced, y StauiBlaus, 1 senador. 7° Distrito, coinpuesto del coudado de Santa Clara, 1 senador. .° Distrito, para el condado de San Francisco, 8 ssnadoi-eB, 10° Distrito, compnesto de los condados de Contra Costa y Marin, 1 senador. 12° Distrito, compuesto dc los condados de Tuolumne y Mono, 1 senador. 13° Distrito, compuesto del condado de Calaveras, 1 senador. 15° Distrito, compuesto del condado do El Do- rado, 2 seuadores. 18° Distrito, compuesto del condado de Sacramento, 1 senador. 19° Distrito compuesto del coudaudo dc Sonoma, 1 senador. 20° Distrito, compuesto del condado de Placer 1 senador. 21° Distrito, compueBto del condado de Nevada, 1 senador. 22° Distrito, compuesto del condado de Sierra, I senador, 23° Distrito, compuesto de los condados de Yuba y Sutte,r 1 senador. Y para el condado dc Yuba, 1 senador. 24° Distrito, compnesto dc los condados Butte y Plumas. 1 Ecuador. Entendido, que en el condado de El Dorado seuadorcs elejidos en dicha elcccion determiuaran por suerte, qui en de loa dos senadorcs elejidos tendra su empleo por un aiio solaraentc ; y entendido ademas, que loa Benadores elejidos en dicha e'.ec- cion, en el distrito 23° scnatorio, y por el condn do de Yuba, de la raisma manera determinarai por suerte quien dc los dichos eenadores tendra su mpleo por un aiio sol amenta Ademas miembros de la asamblea, como sigue: Condado de Sau Diego, 1 miembro; condado de Sau Bernardino, 1 miembro ; condado de Los Au- 2 miembros; coudado de Santa Barbara y Sau Luis Obispo, 1 miembro ; condado de Tulare, 1 miembro ; condado de Fresno, I miembro ; condado de Mariposa, 1 miembro ; condado de Merced " .anislans, 1 miembro ; condado de Santa Cruz, 1 miembro ; condado de Monterey, 1 miembro ; condado de. Sauta Clara, 1 miembro ; condado de San Francisco, 12 miembros ; condado de San Mateo, 1 miembro ■ condado de Alameda 2 miembros ; condado de Contra Costa, 1 miembro ; coudado de Marin, 1 miembro ; coudado de San Joaquin, 2 miembros ; condado de Tuolumne y Mono, 3 miembros ; condado do Calaveras, 3 miembros ; coudado de Amador, 2 miembros; condado de El Dorado, 4 miembros ; condado de Sacramento, 5 miembros: condado de Solano, 1 miembro; condado do Yolo, 1 miembro ; condado de Napa y Lake, 1 miembro; condado de Mendocino, 1 San Pedro—-En lfl casa do Joseph Fountain. Inspector Joseph Fountain. Jueces, Wm. Stone y Frank Lccouvreur. RANCHO dk San Pedro—Eu la casa do Manuel Dominguez. Inspector, Manuel Dominguez. Jueces. Andres Dominguez y Jorge Carson. Santa Ana-—Eu la casa de Tcodocio l orba. In- spoctor, Prudencio Yorba. Juec*es, Carlos Dominguez y Desidcrio Buruel. Tkiiacuapk —Eq la casa de John M. Lnte. Inspector, JohnM. Brite. Juceces, Joel Brooks y E. Lyon. Ademas se acuerdo, que las ordenea que autc- cedeu, sepubliquen, y so (ijen ojemphn-es, en Ingles y Castellano en cada cabildo donde tenga lugar la eleccion. a lo menos diez dias antes del dia 3 de Setiembre proximo venidero. y que scan pubhea- das, en la " Estrella de Los Angeles, hasta el dia de la eleccion. JUAN W. SHORE, Escnbano. MORTGAGE SAi-E. UNDfili and by virtue of an order of sale, issued out of the District Court of the First Judicial District of the State of California in and for the county of Los Angeles, on the 18th day of August, a.d. 1SG2, in favor of Daulel McLaren and against John D.Yates and Margaret Yates, wherein certain property therein described is ordered and commanded to be sold, and to me directed, I have this day levied on and shall offer for sale. On MONDAY, the 8th day of September, a.d. 1862, at 10 o'clock, a.m. ot said day, in front of the court house door, in city and county of Los Angeles, tbe following described property, to-wit: "All those twe certain pieces aud parcels of land situate, lying and being in the city and county of Los Angeles and State of California, the first of which is bounded and described as follows, to-wit : On the easterly side of Los Angeles street, commencing at tho southern wall of the bouse set apart by the District Court of Los Angeles county as a homestead .of Francisco J. Alvarado, running thence along the line of Los Angeles street southerly thirty-one yards more or less to the house of Jose A. Itocha ; thence easterly twenty-nine yards more or less to the near edge oi the principal water ditch or zanja; thence northerly at right angles along said ditch thirty-one yards to a point opposite the place of beginning; thence westerly at right angles to the place of beginning.'" "Also, another piece or parcel of land, situate in said city and county of Los Angeles, beginning at a post at the northeast corner, of the lot or piece of ground of John D. Yates aforesaid ; thence running south 69 5-lt) degrees east 21 links to a stake; thence south 15 degrees west 145 510 links to a post; thence north 70 degrees west 21 links to a stake at the south-east corner of said lot, and thence along the eastern boundary of tbe lot first above described to point of beginning; together with all aud singular the tenements, hereditaments, appurtenances, homestead and right of homestead thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining.'' Griveu under my baud at the city ot Los Angeles, this 21st day of August, a.d. 1862. T. A. SANCHEZ, Sheriff. By A. J. King, Under Sheriff. PASTURE. I TnE undersigned informs the citizens of Los Angeles conn ty, that be has one of the best Pastures iu the county, and has au abundance of water, corals and stabling, attached to same, with ail the varieties of clover aud grass, both green and dry, and solicits public patronage, at the low rate of 50 cents per week. Tbe above pasture is situated six miles south of town, between the old and new San Pedro roads.— Parties wishing to send horses to my pasture, will please leave them at Mott's, or Edward's, or TaalVs Stables. ^■S"- Homed Cuttle not received. B. W. SQUIRES. Los Angeles, August 16, 1862. 6m GRAPE and OTHER FRUIT BOXES Tho undersigned ia no.v making, at the Union Steam Saw & Planing Mill, AT NEW SAN PEDRO, 10,000 Fruit Boxes, Which will be delivered to shippers of fruit on the most favorable terms, A constant supply of Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Sawdust, And all kinds of rough LUMBER on hand, and for Sale cheap. PHINEAS BANNING, my24 Los Angeles and New San Pedro. INSOLVENT'S NOTICE. In the District Court of the First Judicial District State of California, for Los Angeles county ' In the matter of the petition of E. W. SQUIRES an Insolvent Debtor. ' PURSUANT to an order of the Hon. Benjamin Hayes, Judge of tbe above District Court notice is hereby giveu to all ofthe creditors of said insolvent, E. W. Squires, to be and appear before, the District Judge aforesaid, at Chambers at tho Court Room of said Court, in the city and county of Los Angeles. On Tuesday the 2d day of September A.D. I8G2 at 10 o'clock a. M. of said day, then and there f'o show cause, if any they can, why ihe prayer of saia tolvent should not be granted, andan assign., ntbe made, and he be discharged from his debts d liabilities, in pursuance ef the statute in such case mode and provided. And in tbe meantime all proceedings against said insolvent are stayed' Witness my hand and tha seal ot said District [l. s.l Court hereto affixed, this 1st day 03 August, 1862. JOHN W. SHORE, Clerk. E. J. C. Kewen, Esq. Attorney for Petitioner. CLARK'S INDELJBLEJPENCILS, TIIE CHEAPEST AND REST ARTICLE For Marking Linen. For sale bv tho gross, at 305 Montgomery street, Room IVa, 2, San Francisco. eb22 W. HOLT. MORTGAGE SALE. miembro ; condado de Sonoma. 3 miembros ; condado de Placer, 3 miembros ; condado de Nevada, ^-^^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^—^^^^^^mm 4 miembros ; condado de Sierra, 2 miembros : con- S TTNDER and by virtue of an order of sale, Issued dado de Y uba, 3 miembros ; condado de Sutter, 1 j \j out of the District Court of the First Judicial miembro ; condado de Butte, 2 miembros ; con-' District of the State of California in and for the dado de Plumas 1 miembro ; coudado de Tehama] connty of Los Angeles, on the 18th day oi August y Colusa, 1 miembro ; condado de Shasta, 1 micro.-' a.d. 1862, in hivor of Jesse D. Hunter and agaiust bro ; condado de Trinity, 1 miembro ; condado de Johu G. Nichola and Florida Nichols, wherein cer Humboldt, 1 miembro; condado do Klamath y J tain property therciu described is ordered and Del Norte, 1 miembro; condado de Siskiyou. OPENINa OF THE WASHINGTON GARDEN! On SUNDAY, June 1st, 1862. PETEK~BALTZ, ANNOUNCES TO THE PUBLIC, that, having leased the above premise1!-, (the Flashuer Garden.) he will open tbe same on SUNDAY, June 1st, as a place of recreation and amusement for the public. The Garden is situated about a mile from town, andia beautifully fitted up with Arbors, Sum- sea, and abounds io shade trees, and cool and secluded retreats. Ice Cream and light refreshments can bo obtain ed on the promises ; and an excellent Baud of Mule will be iu attendance, to add to the pleasu: of the day. The Garden will be opened to the public every Sunday during the season. s will start each Sunday from tbe Bella Union Hotel, from Noon till Sundown ; fare, 12^ cents each way. PETER BALTZ, Proprietor. Los Angeles, May 31st, 1862. 3m micmbroBJ Ademas, un jucz do condado, para cada uno de los siguientes condados: Nevada, Placer, San Bernardino, Lake, Mendocino, Klamath, [vice Mc- Comb, Etneente.j Calaveras, [ vice jj:,d:;ley, renuncio,] Yolo, [vice Smith, renuncio,] Yuba, [vice Liudley, renuncio]. Se llama la atenciou delos cuerpos de Supervisor^, de loa distintos condados a la seccion sc- gunda de una ley, para enmendar "una ley para el commanded to be sold, and to me directed, I have this day levied on ami shall offer for sale, On MONDAY^ the Sthday of September, A.D. 1862, at 10 o'clock, a.m. of sa;d day, in front of the court house door, in the city and county of Los Angeles, tbe following described property, to-wit : "Fronting on Main street in said city, and on the westerly side of the same thirty-four (34) feet more or less, aud running back from said street *5tole7lec^ , 8-xt£ (M) ffet ra.°,re (or J038' ™d bou!1,fed ouf *1 pasada Abril 27, de 1855. Veanse los estatutos : s.out.h-.east *>* saitf .fltr!«t 5 on the south-west by do 1855, pagina 160. Se liama la ateucion de los cuerpos de Super- sores, de los distintos condados ii, las enmiendi LELAND STANFORD. Governor of Califo Wm. ii. Weeks, ceoretary'of State. —^. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my \ l,S. f-hanrl anil caused the Great Soul of State to be t>_v_.J ftflixed. Dono at Sacviorniir'o. California, tliis twenty-first day of July, in the year of out Lord, oue thousand c!-.•;]it '.irn-.'i-.-e'.l and sixty-two, LELAND STANFOKD, Governor. Bv tho Governor*, [l.s.] Wm, II. Wkess, Secretary of State. And it is Ordered, that the electors of the county of Los AngcloH ho refjui'stcd to i'0tc at tlio general election for two Members of the Assembly, and live .Supervisors, one Assessor, one County Surveyor, and two Justices of the Peace, and two Constables for each of tho townships ef said county. Orderod—That the polls be opened for the purposes sot forth in tho above proclamation., at the following places; and the hereinafter named persons are hereby appointed Inspectors and Judges of Inaction in their respect' citicts, to-wit; Bi^^iiiiiii™ Azusa—At vhe house of ,Ja*r.cs Reed. Inspector, James Reed. Judges. John Hatton and H. J.Seavdsleo, Anaheim—kt the store of Langenberger k. Co, Inspector, II. Langenberger. Jndr-es, A. l.l-.,mbob-It and George Hanson. Monti—At the Monte Exchange. Inspector, J. Callan. Judges, T. A, Mayes and J. Bowers. Loi: Alice'':?—.\i tiie Montgomery Ho use. Inspector. "V G. Dryden. Judges, J. H. F.aston and Alexander Bell. Los Nietos.—At the house of Eduardo Polloreno. Ii fipeeio:-, IC'.iu,-::io Polloreno. Judgus, .losoCoIiiuu and Jo; Maria Ramirez. f?TA Dalloiia—At tha house of Macedonia Aguilar. Ii ■.poctor. Ja*.v.i.-:i Thompson. Judges. V;u. Aain and Peter Merrill. Old Mis.si'M—Xl tho bouse of Prudon-ia Reyes. Inspector, R. B. Mooro. Judges, W. 0. Martin and Frank Ba laam. San Fernando—At the house ot Andres Pioo. Inspector, Vicente Fcli?.. Judges, Oeronimo Lope;; and Andres Pico. San Gabriel Mission—At the house of N. Tucu. Inspector, Rafael Gallardo. Judges, James Baogg and A. W. Scluil/n. San Jo*»—At the house of Ricardo Vejar. Inspector, Pedro Valenzuelft. Judges, Santiago Bios aud John Forstor. I Ban Juan Capistrano—At the house of Juan Abila. In-' specter, Pedro Vaienzuola. Ju-.n^i.-s. Santiago Rios e.nCi Johu Forster. San Pedro—Atthe house of Joseph Fountain. Inspector, Joseph Fountain. Judges, Win. Stone and Frank Lecouvreur. San Pe-Xre, R.?.;>..-h.—-M ibe bouse of Manuel Rnndnguos. J n spec Lor. Mr: ihioI Dt.imhiguez. Judges, Am-res liomingueii nnd George Carson. Santa Ana—At the bouse of Tcodocio Verba. Inspector. Prudencio Yorba. Judges, Carlos Dominguez and Besiderio Buruel. 71ehaehape—At the house of John If. Brilo. Inspector, J. M. Brite. Jmlges, Joel II. Brooks and K. Lyon. And it is further Ordered. Thai, ihe foregoing orders be posted in the Spanish aud English languages, at each of tho above places of holding the election, and at least ten days prior vo the bd day of Soiii.embor no--.yi,;oid ibal tbe same be inWted in the Lot Angde$ Star newspaper until the day of tjlectiou. aug23 JOHN W. SHORE, Clerk. CUEBPO DE SUPERVISORES, Contlailo tie Lus Angeles. 18 de Agosto, 1801. Hoy se reunio el cucrpo, en couformidad con una resolucion anterior:— Presente los Seiiores, Morris, presidente, Aguilar, Gibsou, y Wilson. Acordo el cuerpo fjue el secretario del mismo, cstendiera eu los minutos de la sesion, la procla- iita del b.vijio, Golx-mai'lor, orriermiiilo h. eleccion general tjuo tenga lugar el dia 3 de Setiembre proximo venidero. Cuya Proclaim, esta en los tcr- mino3siguientes, a saber: Proclama *tc Elpccion. F-siudo dt Cnlifo in in, Detartamexto Ejecutivo. Sepaso por la presente, que una eleccion general tendra lugar el din ii de Setiembre proximo venidero, eu todo el Estado, en la cual loa siguientes ■jmplcadoa seran elejidos, y en la cual las enmicn- propucstas do la constitucion, como se ven publi- cadas oficialmente en la " Union diyria de Sacramento," y en los eBtatutos do 1862, pagina o 81 ; ; ademas, it la siguiente proclama : Estado de California. ) Dcpartamento Ejecutivo j Por cuanto, que las provisioues de la seccion sc- gtmda dc una ley aprobada Abril 25 de 1SG2, se re- uiere que las enmiendas a cada artieulo de la Con- ribucion, se votaren separadas de las otras, en la forma y manera prescrita por^cl Goberuador.— Por'tanto, en virtud de la autoridad con que me hallo investido por esta prescribo la siguiente forma para quo los votantes legitimos voten por medio de bolctas, en la Eleccion general que tendra lugar, cl " 3 dc Setiembre a. d. 1S62, por 6 contra las enmiendas propuestas de la Constitucion del Estado, conforme fuerou propuestas por la Legislatura de 1861, y adoptadas por la Legislatura de 1SG2. FORMA.—Enmiendas al Artieulo cuatro (4) de la Constitucion. Si.—Enmiendas al artieulo cuatro (4) do la Constitucion. No.—Enmiendas al artieulo einco (5) do la Constitucion. SI.--Enmiendas al artieulo cinco (5) de la Constitucion. No.—Enmiendas al artieulo seis(C) de la Constitucion. Si—Enmiendas al artieulo seis (6) de la Constitucion. No.— Enmiendas al artieulo nueve (0) de la Constitucion. Si.—Enmiendas al artieulo nueve (0) de la Constitucion. No. Dado bnjo mi puiio, y be fijado el gran sello del Estado de California; esto dia 29 de Mayo do mil ochooientofl sescnta y dos. LELAND STANFORD ^^^^^^H Gobernador de California. Por ol Gobernador. Wm. H. Weeks, Secretario de Estado. Entestimonio dc la cual he puesto ml puiio, y he ■ sntlo ■ Cf-usa<*c' <lue tsoGje cl ^rnn sello del Estado. | _.._ f Hccbo en la ciudad de Sacramento, California, este dia 21 de Julio, ano de nuestro Se'fior mil oehocientos sescnta y dos, LELAND STANFORD, Governador. Por cl Governador. Wm. II. Weeks, Secretario do Estado. Y se acordo que los Electores del Condado de Los Angeles, voten en la Eleccion general, por dos miembros do la Asamblea, cinco Supervisors, un Avaluador del Condado, un. Agrimcnsor del Condado y dos Jueces de Paz, y dos Condcstables para cada cabildo en dicho Condado. Y se acorclQ-Mic loa lugares do eleccion se abri- ran, para los iflfe mencionado en dicha proclama en los lugares siguientes ; y las personas dcapues '.onadaa en csta estan nombradari Inapcctorcs y Jueces do Eleccion en sus respectivos cabildos, a saber : Azusa-— En la casa de James Reed. Inspector, Santiago Reed. Jueces, Juan Hatton y N. Beards lee, Anaheim—En la tienda do Langenberger y Crt . Inspector, L. Langenberger. Jueces, A. Humboldt, y George Hansen. Moxte—En cl Monte Exchange, inspector J. M. Callan. Jueces, T. A. Mayes y J. Bowers. Los Angeles—Salon de Montgomery. Inspector W. G. Dryden. Jueces, J. .11 Easton y Alexander Bell. Los Nietos—En la casa de Eduardo Polloreno Inspector, Eduardo Pol lorcna. Jueces, Jose Colima y J. M. Ramirez. LaBallona—En la casa de Macedouio Aguilar. Inspector, Santiago Thompson. Jueces W. Akin y Peter Merril. Mission Vieja—Eu-la casa de Prudencio Reyes. Inspector,R.Moore. Jueces, W.C. Martin y Frank Balaam. San Fernando—En la casa de Andres Pico. Inspector, Geronimo Lopez. Jueces, Vicente Folia y Andres Pico. Mission de San Gabriel—En la casa de N. Tucli. Inspector, Rafael Gallurdo. Jueces, James Shugg y A. W. Schulzc. San Jose—Eu la casa de Ricardo Vejar. Inspector, Santiago Martinez. Jueces, Inocente Valdez y Patricio Chavez. San Juan Capistrano—En la casa de Juan Fors- ter. Inspector, Juan Foreter. Jueces, Santiago Rios y Pedro Valenzucla. tbe lot now owned by Signoret, and westerly and northerly by the lot of Andrew J. Henderson. occupied as a livery stable, being the lot whereon stands the two story briek house where the parties of the first part now reside, and was conveyed to said John G. Nichols by John Acord, by deed of date August 2d, 1854, to which reference is made,*" Given under my hand, at the city of Los Angi 'es, this 21st, day of August, a.d. 1862. T. A. SANCHEZ, Sheriff. By A. J. King, Under Sheriff. Sluic ot" Call Ion i In, County of Los Angeles.— lo tlie Probate Court. \.\\ tile matter of tlie Kstate ol Pieiie Blue, decease*!. PURSUANT to an order of this court, made this day. August 20th, 18G2, notice is hereby given, That THUIISDA Y, the Mh day of September, a.d. 1862, at 10 o'clock, a.m. of said day, at the court room of this court, in city and county o Los Angeles, has been appointed for bearing lh< application of Jacque Bize, praying that a document now on file in this court, purporting to be the last will and testament of Pierre Bize deceased, be admitted to probate, aud that letters testamentary be issued thereon to Jacque Bize ; at which time and place all persons interested therein may appear and contest tbe same. Los Angeles, August 21, 1862. JOHN W. SHORE, Clerk. By Joseph Hgber, Jr., Deputy Clerk. A. BUSWEMj & CO, Book Binders, Paper Rulers, and Blank Book Manufacturers, 517 Clay and 514 Commercial streets, between Montgomery and Sansome, San Francisco. Blanks, Way Bills, Bill Heads, Brief Paper, &c, Ruled to order, at the shortest notice. Blank Books Ruled, Bound, and Printed to order Old Books Rebound. Orders from tho country by letter or express, promptly attended to. aug9 GEO. W. GHAP1N & CO., Lower side of Plaza, near Clay st., SAN FRANCISCO. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE AND GEISIERAL_ACENCY. p for Families, Ilott.lf., j. Mill;), li'iK-Orid;., SllO',);; Furn Farmer ill nil kinds of be , Mining Oonipsuik Also, have ,1 ileal Estate Agcney, business in that line. aid attend to feb22 "DR.. Ja.i>oijr,i3:xj*3' Anti-Rheumatic Cordial anil health Restorative TS THE HOST VALUABLE AND UNSURPASSED EF.M- KOULEE CfllFORNIA & FBOHLING'S WINE BITTER!! TO DELICIOUS TASTE AND FINE FLA ASTC XX vor. good and w his Bitters is superic to any now in the market. It creates appetitt and is a digestive, free from auy ingredients so ir jiirious to the health, as are contained iu Vei mouth, Absyntbe, etc. KOHLER & FROHLTNG. je23 City Hall,Main st., Lo.s Angeles. FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED has just received and offers for sale at bis lumber yards in Lis Angeles and New San Pedro, 200.000 Feet very superior Cedar Boards, assorted sizes, suitable for carpenters, wagon makers, &■?.. PHINEAS BANNING. New San Pedro, May 27, 16G2. Dissolution of Partnership, THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between the undersigned, under che firm name of COHN &, MORRIS- in the Dry Goods, Clothing and Provision business, is tiiis day dissolved by mutual consent. Parlies having churns against the old firm, will present same within two mouths from date of this notice. Mr. LOUIS COIIN retains tbe business, and will carry it on, as heretofore, at the old stand, at San Jose. LOUIS COIIN. LOUIS MORRIS. San Jose, June 2d. 18G2. 3m SUMMONS. In tne District Court, of the First Ji District of the State oi California, In a the County of L-os Angeles. John G. Pownev, pkinlilT. vs. John II. Ti-udcll nn Tr-vloll Siis Wile, and Henry S-intiago Mullus Melius, Isniii'l Holliis, A-l-tlitU*. Melli.i-j.'Goi-.ruili-. juidFrudonck Melius, Minor Children of Henry dlclal td for 1.R.1 or the State ol >f Los Angeles, >f Los AngeleB, riot Court of tlio Fh-f-t Judicial California, in tuul for the saiil .nd the oomplaiirt filed to said n tin* office of tho Clovk of said P. X. EAST, AGENT OF A. SEIBEKLICn, BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER, of riiiLAnELri.iia, Warehouse. S!14 Callfornln street, below Battery street, Sun Francisco. Constantly on hand, a large assorted stock of Gentlemen's, Ladies, Misses, and Children's Wear, Of superior quality ; also, French Calf Root Legs and Root Fronts, F. X. KAST* Solo Agent for California. jr.-j'Country Orders promptly attended to. Lo enquire! personally of in0:1 who hnyu bct'n cnc.?ii ■ilicinfts oi' tlie iibovu disr.isos. and ivho ciiu !.m almost., every city a.-nl village throu'vliout Hie consider such person:*.! conviction far mover that arc i'ar from beini; DR. ADOLPIIIJS. Agent for JLos Angeles. »r. H. K. J>1Y}LES. —AND— STILLINGIA, BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP- State or the*'blood. fccroi'ola, Tittci' c Ulc era tion e a Ob.stiuaio Ei-iijitions!' I'lmples on the Vs. J'.11011111 at is in, TJlotehos, I'ustules, Dyspepsia, .tc. Sy])liilis and Mei-cin-i,U Ail'eetions are 0* 'all 1 ial ! .0 b i- m]iound yet dificoveired to eleanse-sild \m'h' i-i.i.l eiadieale all Ininioi-s froin I In; svi-trm. Riven tlio recipe to most physician*- '» 'M ial they may know what they an: iisin-;: -111" ie to send it by mail lo thoseliesivoiisni Iuh™- redieiits i-nlerin-. into its oompoi-ition, Lliii. reacribe it in their practice. ' - at the he:nl of tlio list of reme- ARMES & DALLAM, (Successors to Hawkhurst &Son,) IMP0ETEK8 AND DEALERS Dt WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, AND MANUFACTUREKS OF Brooms, Pails, Tuns, Washboards, Churns. &c, HAVE IIKCI'.IVIOI), iCX Rl-;i;i-:N;J' Alll-MVALS the finest and |:i.i-.-.r;;,l, as-a.;-l tniiiil. o! V.'OOH and WILLOW" WAl;-;, ii!ii."i-:i:-:-^, j'!A--:Ki-:i,-;, Tivi..y:..;s, fofiffff. ke.: 01 n;-... - eilio coast, -which they oll'er I'm- sale a;, Die lov.i.'i-l ni-u-' '-I rates. !;,,;,,.r ijsi-.r-'iy en^ai-cd hi the .MA.XU.FA'JTCLl.N'C JlC^l- XK*V3, -,ve are ]-.i-.--|i;u-c.i to olshr ii.nsii i[ias;;od ndvn nia--r-s to the trade. Dealers aro i-e.-ipcctnniy solicited local! riinl r.-Aaioine our- sloe!: r-n.1 |,)-ice,-i befr.re 'ii.ii-i;U;i:-;tij.' else- whore. 313 anil 317 Sacramento street, San Prandseo. April 19, 1862, ood, -riviii!.- lone and vl^iu- to'lhc wlid* rofitoi-iug a healthy action to all H1*- recoived in. its favor from many »«»' ,1 Faculty v.'ould, were we lo puljli--1' dor the suiiei-vision of one of the f']('- calehemis-.s In the cmiuirv. (Mr. «'-■; ) so as to insure an uniformityol Sult'l by all .l)i-i!jvgifi JK1I MYITES, Apothecaries Hall- Dlalt) street, Los AngeleB. ALL HEALING JAPANESE SALVE. ho Japanese Palye is the best projiavaiioii tlmt > 111 discovered for the cu i-o of POISON FKOM POISON OAK, "rE-DINGTON & CO., Age*** : ^mgele VOL. XII. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBEK 6, 1862. NO. 18. Coa Angeles Star: PUBUSKED EVEBT 3ATORDAY MORNING, At the STAR BUILDINGS, Spring Street, Los Angeles, JBV H. HAMILTON. TERMS: Subscriptions, per annum, in advance. .So 00 For Six Months 3 00 For Three Months...-. 2 00 Single Number : 0 12i Advertisements Inserted at Two Hollars per square often lines, for the first insertion; and One Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to yearly Advertisers. San -Francisco Aeeney. Mr. C. A. CRANE is the only authorized agent for the Los Angeles Star in San Francisco. All orders left at his oflice, Northwest corner of Washington and Sansome streets, Government uilding, (up stairs) will be promptly attended to. HOTELS. BELLA UNION HOTEL, LOS ANGELES, JOHN KING & HENRY IIAiltMET., Proprietors. THE SUBSCRIBERS having leased the above named Hotel, wish to assure their friends and the travelling public that they will endeavor to keep the Bella Union what it has always been, THE BEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Families can be accommodated with large, airy rooms, or suits of rooms, well furnished.") The Bills of Pare shall be inferior to none in the State. All the Stages in anil from Los Angeles arrive at and depart from this Hotel. Tlte Bar ami Billiard Saloons shall receive tlie moat strict attention, and the patrons shall find that thin honae will be carried on as a first clas-i Hotel ought to be. Los Angeles, May 81, 1862. UNITED STATES HOTEL. ■TJ^di-OL Street- Los Angeles. THE StrBSCRFBER having leased the | above establishment, begs leave to iu~ ■mtlte public that he has refitted and ,_^^__ urnished it throughout, and that it will be conducted in the very best style. The table will be lihcralty supplied with everything Ihe market affords, and every care will he taken to make theUNi'J'l-.D STATES HOTEL a comfortable home for boarders. Atlacned to the Hotel, is a BAR, where the best ot liquors ao**T cigars are kept. Terms moderate, to suit the times. Miners coming from or to the mines ofllol- 'combe, Potosi, Mohave or San Gabriel, will find this h convenient place to meet their lriends, or to obtain desirable information. Los Angeles, December 7th, 18G2,—tf IT. MTASSFORT. immu €wh. C. E. THOM, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS ANGELI-S. Office in Pico Buildings, Spring street. jy3 DR. J. C.WELSH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office, CITY DRUG STORE, Main street, I.os Angelc. Office hours, 9 to 12, M ; and 2 to D,p.M. Ans-iistl, 1859. R. T. HAYES, M.D., PHYSICIAN and StTRGEON, Tenders his services to the citizens of Los Angeles. OlBec—jlpntln-carlt:**- llnll, near the Post Gillci! Residence ov Dlt. Hateh-—■ McLaren s House, Fort street. oetir* h lloW'AHii, S. F. liL-n-ycwoji'i-ii, M, J, Kkwmakk. Howard, Butterworth _ Newmark ATTORNEYS ANO COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Los Angeles and San Francisco, Cal. Will practise in the Federal and State Courts of California. Offices—Temple's Building, Main street, Loe Angeles. Armory Hall, Montgomery street, San Francisco S. Sl A. LAZARD, IMPORTERS, And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in French, English and American Dry Goods. Comer of Melius Row,Los Angeles. 1 C2 GEO. THACHER & CO., Wholesale anct Retail Dealers in Choice Wines and Liquors, MAIN STREET, Nearly opposiie the Bella UDion Hotel, LOS ANGELES. je9 COLORADO MINES. FERRY at PRftYIDEIVCE POIXT. WARRL\GEK & BRADSHAW HAVR ESTABLISHED A FERRY on the Colorado river, at the place named Providence Point, the termination of the -traight line of travel irom Los Angeles City. A good and substantial boat will be on the station by the 16th June, capable of carrying passengers and freight; aud as soon thereafter as possible «. large ferry boat will be put on, capable of supplying till the requirements of the public. Los Angeles, June 14, 1862. PHINEAS BANNING, FORWARDING ami COMMISSION AGENT, New San Pedro and Los Angeles. F. P, RAMIREZ, NOTARY PUBLIC, Office sritb J. 11. GtTciiKi.L, Esq., Temple's Block. FiemlV English, ".nt Sjmu.IsIi Transliileil, CU.eifons Mixle, .lie. A.. LEHMAN. PLAIN AKD ORNAMENTAL. sigxv &&.xx[yexB3:&r, CARRIAGE PAINTING, &C Inquire at John ("JoXjLER's Shop. KUgl SAMUEL ARBUCKLE, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Salesroom in Temple's JBloc&, 3IAIIV STUEET, Strict attention given to all business. Commissions solicited. Los Angeles, May 17, 1SG2. Saddlery, Harness-Slaking, —AMI — UPHOLSTERY WAREHOUSE, LOS ANGELES STREET, Iii iVoiit of Coium wol nl. H. heThsch, *1^ ESPECTFULLY informs the public, that he is it constantly supplied with everything in the UPHOLSTERY line of business, and will give his attention to the execution of all orders with which he may be favored. Being a practical workman, Hv. makes Mn.tresses, oi'all Kinds, Sews amVI.ays Carpets, Hangs Curtains, ami Decorates Rooms, PAPER HANGING carefully executed, and CEILINGS neatly put up. S17III1VG- MATBBSSRS MADE TO OUDEIt. Also, having two of the largest si-zed Sewing Machines, he is enabled to execute all orders in that line. Bags and Backs made on lowest terms. Iq the department of SADDLE and HARNESS' making, he will execute any order, having materials on hand. AU work guaranteed to give satisfaction. II. HEI.NSC1I. Loa Angeles, July 26,1862. watW1j¥rwlTs antidote, AND PHYSICAL RESTORATIVE. THE MEDICAL WONDER OF THE AGE,- The most powerful and wonderful medicine ever discovered. . Watts' Nervous Antidote Has cured, and will cure, more cases of nervous disorders than auy other known remedy. Watts' Nervous Antidote Has and will cure Nervous Headache, Giddiness, Fainting, Paralysis, Extreme Debility. Neuralgia, Chronic and Intlauimatory Rheumatism, Toothache &c. kc. Watts' Nervous Antidote Is an effectual remedy for Wakefulness. Itssooth- ing aud quieting influence is remarkable. Watts' Nervous Antiaote Will cure Delirium Tremens, Nervous Trembling. Epilepsy, Twitching cf the Facial Nerves, Convul- sionss and Pulmonary complaints, "Watts1 Nervous Antidote Will act upon that state o( the nervous system which produces Depression oi Spirits, Anxiety of Mind, Mejital Debility, Hysterics, &c, aud is so wonderful in rejuvenating premature old age, and correcting decrepitude brought on by excessive indulgence, that nothing but a trial can convince the patient of its qualities, It is not an excitant but a strengtheuer, purely vegetable and harmless; like a skillful architect begins by laying a firm foundation, and gradually but incessantly adds strength and vigor until nothing is lelt uufiniabed. For sale at retail by all Druggists. jyl33ui Chicks &CAf.soN,|| DEALERS IN STOVES, — AND — Manufacturers.of All Kinds TO, SHEET. IKOli AND COPPER WARE. JOB WOEK DONE TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. Constantly on hand, All Kinds of Hollow Ware, Pumps <fcc. &o. .fee. TEMPLE'S BLOCK, MAIN Street July 20, 1861. SCRAPS. The following passages are from Henry Taylor's Si. Clement's Eve. THH CHARM OP IMPERFECTION. There is a power in beauty which subdues All accidents of Nature Lo itself. Aurora comes in clouds, and yet the cloud Dims not, but decks her beauty. 'Furthermore Whate'er shall single out a personal self Takes with a subtler magic. So of shape ; Perfect proportion, like unclouded light, Is but a faultless model; small defect Conjoint with excellence, more moves and wins, Making the heavenly human. A LUSATTC'S FA^CT. Once I thought my body-was a church, My head the belfr> ; and you'd scarce believe What clangor and what swinging to and fro Went on, and how the belfry rocked and reeled, Till Death, tlie knock-need laggard, came to church Then all was peace. ■ THB CKI3DUL1TY OF WISDOM. "\Vi:;dom errs la nought more oft than putting easy trust In tales when things are dark. For man is loth In argument where grounded thought is none And yet the theme solicitous, to fold The wings of thought aud drop its lid and owu That in a night of knowledge to roost and sleep I. judgment's so." sagacity. MORALIZING OP ORIS-NEZ THE FOOL. Knowest thou not, Sir Pool my brother, One dirty hand can wash another ■ Oft times olfenceB that are" twins Shalt suffer less tbi.u single'sins ; . Stern forfeits tread upon his kibe Who hath not robbed enough to bribe ; To (Hs-tanee justice in the course Who steals a purse should steal a horse ; Not hardly the offender fares When Accusation goes shares ; Receive thou, then, dear brother Fool, Monition wise from Folly's School, To kisn a Nun nor fear the worst Thou should'st have kissed the Abbess first. Intant Phenomena.—You still see. here and there, idiotic parents striving to make infant phenomena of their children; and recording with much pride how their children could read and write at an unnaturally early age. Such parents are fools ; not certainly malicious fools, but fools beyond question- The great use to which the first six or seven years of life should be given, is the laying the foundation of a healthful constitution in body andmind;«nd tho instilling of those fiL':::t principles of duty and religion which do not need to be" taught out of books. Even if you do not permanently injure the young brain and mind prematurely overtasking them; even if you do not permanently "blight the bodily heal thi aud break the minds cheerful soring, you gain nothing. Your child at 14 years old is not a hit further advanced in his education than a child who began his years after him ; and the entire result of your stupid driving has beeu to overcloud some days which should have been among the happiest of his life. Tt is a woful sight to me to see the little forehead corrugated with mental effort, though the effort be to do no more than master the multiplication table; it was a sad story I heard of a little boy repeating his latin lesson over aud again in the delirium ofthe fever of which he died, and saying piteo- ously that indeed he could not do it better.—Fra- sij t Max Tobacco EsciTsaSMl in Costba Costa.—A successful experiment has been made this season in our county in the cultivation of tobacco by Messrs. Stout and Pcden, cf San Ramon Valley. They have planted about twelve acres, and the tobacco has come up beautifully and matured thoroughly. It is now fully ripe, and will be cut next week. Good judges estimato the average product as certainly not less than bve hundred pounds per acre, ami probably more. The sorts that have turned out best, we are told, aro the Long (been and the Maryland Straight tobacco. This experiment demonstrates the capacity and the adaptability of our soil aud climate to the rearing of this plant. There can be no longer any doubt on the subject. The matter is tested and lairly proven. Quite an ex citement has been created in the neighborhood o' Alamo and Danville, among the farmers, we understand, owing to tho success of this new experiment. From what we hear, we should not bo surprised if very large crops should be raided next year in tha1 locality.— Contra Costa Gazette, CARE. Care is like a husbandman Who doth guard our treasures, And the while, all ways he can, Spoils our harmless pleasures. Loving hearts and laughing brows Most he seeks to plunder ; And each furrow that he plows, Turns the roses under. Alice Cart. The Sea Beyond. 0 life! O silent Bhore! Where we sit patient—0 great sea beyond. To which wo turn with solemn hope aud fond, But sorrowful no more :— A little while and then we, too, shall soar Like white-winged sea-birds iu the infinite deep ; Till then, Thou, Father, will our spirits keep. Miss Moloch. M. IIONTET, HAS the honor to announce to the Public, that be 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 Manufacturing of Also.everytHliiglii tlie Saddlery Business. Los Angeles,Feb. 1st. 1862. DRUGS, MEDICINEST&C. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. APOTHECARIES* HALL, Main street, nearly Oiiposlte Commercial. HAS ON HAND, and ia constantly adding to' one ofthe most complete assortments of Drugs* M odicines and Chemicals, South of San F'raueisco; together with all the Patent Medicines of the day. Also a fine assortment of Perfumery and Toilet Articles. All of which ho warrants genuine and of the best quality; whieh he offers, Wholesale or Retail, on the most, libera! terms. Physicians' Prescriptions compounded at all hours, day or night. H. B. MYLES. Los Angeles, July 7,1.860. FOIt SAMH CHEAP. TWO NEW DOUBLE SEATED CAHRIAGBS and oue BUGGY, Apply to JACOB ELIAS. The above will he disposed ot in trade tt desired. Los Angeles, January 17,1862. The Boston Traveller publishes as an on dit tha certain parties have gono to Mount Ararat to find the remnants of Noah's Ark, and sell them to the Unit lid states Government for transport service, at a profit of five thousand percent. The Ark could be laden with shoddy, with shoes as soleless as their makers and with Belgian muskets, warranted to be harmful only to those using them—and so the cargo and tho craft would be matched, and when sunk the loss would be a gain. In the Polytechnic School of Paris. It was found that the habitual tobacco-smokers were far below others iu the competitive examinations. Tobacco- smokers, Hkc opium takers, become lazy and stupid ; but they have not the vices of gin-drinkers- As to the effect of tobacco upon the organization generally, I am inclined to think that it is more deleterious than opium, and more productiv disease when the use of it is carried into excess.— Sir Benjamin C. Brodie. It appears that wives were even more expensive luxuries in ancient limes th-ui they are now-a days. The following is an authenticated list of the most famous jewels of Roman ladies: Faustina's finger" ring, $200)000;Dornit"a's ring, $300,000; Caisonia'a bracelet, $400,000 ; Poppaa's (Caisar's wife) earrings, "above suspicion,'' $1,200,000 ; Labina's diadem, $1,200,000. It is stated that Sir Joseph Paxton is about to construct at Passey, near Parle, for the Emperor Napoleon, a new Crystal Palace of such dimensions that that of Sydenham would sink into iusig- uilicauce ii placed beside it. An ecclesiastic asked Garrick how it was that fiction iu the theatre commanded larger audiences than truth in the pulpit. The actor replied : "The stage handled fiction as if it were truth, while the pulpit made truth appear like fiction." Lady Temple, of Stow, died iu 1856, having given birth to lour sous and nine daughters, and lived to see 700 descendants.—Book of Days. In chemistry, the best way to separate two bodies ia to introduce a third. The same holds true In other departments. To increase the distance between a pair of lovers, all that's required ia to let Willie walk Into the "back parlor" with a lighted candle in bis hand. Brigham Young has sent oue of his sons to Washington as a member of the delegation uow at the capital lobbying in the political and polygamic interests of Utah. Old Abe, in discussing conjugal matters with him, is said to have remarked that it was absured to talk about polgamy\ as "he never of a man h&vinga wife who wanted two.'" yet heard " Children ," said a considerate matron to her assembled progeny, "children, you may have anything you want, but you musn't want anything yuu can't have." Chinese Etiquette.— As samples of Chinese etiquette, the following will be edifyiDg to the reader. A polite Chinese, desiring to ask a stranger his name, inquires—"What is your honorable name?" To which the answer is—-'My ignoble name is Smith, or King," as tbe fact may be. Inquiring for his .residence, he asks-—" Where is your stately mansion-V7- • Answer—'-My miserable hovel is on the bank of the river," If he inquires after the number of his eons, (daughters are never Inquired after.) it is asked— "What is the number of your princely sons ?" Answer—"The eumber of my trifling puppies is one, two, three, four," as the case may be. But a harder question still to answer is—" How is your accomplished lady ?" Answer—"My stujnd thornbush is so and so," A Frenchwoman named Uuet, who has reached the extraordinary age of 186 years, was recently much improved in health by getting knocked down by a cart in the streets of Paris. Whereas she was previously quite weak: and infirm, the strong nervous shock has so revived her faculties that she is now exceedingly vigorous, and, as one of the French papers says "it is thought that she may yet live a long while." She followed most of the campaigns of the first Napoleon as a vivan- die re. Mr. Gregory, the explorer of Northwestern Australia, has visited Melbourne, with several new -plants and objects of interest which he has discovered. One is a new species of gourd, found at Nickleby, in latitude 20° S., longitude 117° E.; also a plaut believed to be entirely new, the frnit of which, when fresh gathered, has a strong odor resembling that of garlic ; likewise a new species of palm, some kiuds of beans, and several handsome pearls. Discovery Is Locomotion,—A new discovery iu locomotion has been made in France, and it is con. sidered to be of so much importance that a commission has beeu appointed by the Emperor to examine and report upon it, M. Girard has constructed the model of a railway adapted for runners like those of a sledge. The runners move in a soit of clog ; between this aud the rails wator it introduced, and thus almost all friction is avoided. Should thia piau prove successful on a large scale, much wear and tear, uot only of the carriages, but of the passengers' nerves, will be saved. How delightful it will be to slide smoothly over a aurle.ee of water, instead of having one's bones dislocated by being rattled over uneven rails, aud one's head stupefied by the perpetual clatter. Theology am) Thirst.—It is a current story in Teviotdale, [Scotland,] that iu the house of au an" cieut family of distinction^ much addicted to the Presbyterian cause, a bible was always put into the sleeping apartment ol the guests, along with a bottle of strong aie. On oue occasion, there was a meeting of clergymen in the vicinity of the castle, all of whom were invited to dinner by the worthy baronet, and several abode all night. According to the fasion of the times, Bcveu of the revereud guests were allotted to oue large barrack room, which was used ou such occasious of extended hospitality. The battler took care that the divines were presented, according to custom, each with a bible aud a bottle of ale. But after a little consultation among themselves, they are said to have recalled the domestic as he was leaving the apartment. "My friend*," said one of the venerable guests, "you must know, when we luuet together as brethren, the youngest minister rends aloud a portion of Scripture to the rest; only on,1 bible is, therefore, necessary ; take away the other six, and in their places bring six more bottles of ale." Oh! marry the man you love, girls, if you can get him at all; if he is as rich as IfcflttiiB, ot as poor as Job in his fall. Do net many tor self, girls— twill bring your soul into thrall; but umrry the man you love, girls if his purse is ev^r Be small. Oh! never m.ury a lop, girls, whether he he little or tall; he'll make a fool of himself and you, he knowe nothing well'but to drawl. But marry a Sober man, girls, there are few left on this ball; and you'll uever rue the day that you ever •named at all. Names of Recent Battles.—The fol- LoTvihg are tlie names, which, it seciiiH, kftve been assigned to the recent battles in front of Eieha&ond : Tluu'sdity, Juno 2fj—Battle of Mcchan- icsville. Friday, June 27.—Battle of Game's Mill. Satur.Liy. June :-::;.---jj;;tLie of the CiriekiihornniY. Sunday, Juno 29.—Battle M' Peach Orcnardj battle of Savaged Station. Monday June 80.—.Battle of Whito Oak Swamp; battle of Wli ite Oak Creek; battle of Charles City Cross Koadfl, Tuesday, July 1.—Battle of Turkey Bend. Knights oy the Golden Circle.— Take a map of the western hemisphere, and find trie Island of Cuba; place one leg of a pair of (Sht«dera ia the center of the Island, extend the other to tho 36thpamUei of nojrthlatitude, and sweep a circle. You will then remark that the circumference thus dr'iwn. will include the slave territory of tlie United States, a portion of Mexico and California, Central America, all the West India Islands, the Isthmus of Panama, and a portion of South America, together with the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. A single glance and a moment's reflection will convince the examiner that the territory, and waters included, would form one of the richest and most commanding empires on tho earth. This, reader, ia what is meant by the •'Golden Circle." To possess this prodigiously fertile and commercially im- portaht territory, and establish therein a groat Slave Empire, was the purpose of the Knights of the Golden Circle, of Whom you have read in newspapers. —Sierra News. A chap who procured some whisky of an army sutler, in which to preserve some zoological, specimen says: "A week in the whiskey bottle has deprived three of my best lizards of their tails, and mado painfully apparent inroads on the beauty ot the venomous little snake, who was its first victim. The remains of my collection arc at tho service of any temperance lecturer who happens to be in want of a "Horrid Example." Swift called dancing '-voluntary madness." The Chinese seem to think it useless fatigue; for when Commodore Anson was at Canton, tho owners of the Centurion had a ball upon some court holiday, and while they were dancing, a Chinese who surveyed the operation, sa^l softly to oue of the party, "Why don't you let your servants.do this for you?" "The Heavks bobn- Statesman".—In a review of Earl Stanhope's Life of Pitt, the London Times says Pitt's iunocency was seen In a good number of things. " lie is the most forgiving and easy-tempered ol men," says Lord Malmoshury, " lie ia the most uptight political character I ever kuew or heard of," says Wilberforco. " I never once saw him out of temper," says George Rose, Ouo day when the conversation turned upou the quality most needed in a Prime Minister, and one said "Eloquence," another '■ Knowledge, ■' and a third " Toil," Pitt Stiid "No, Patience." It^vas an answer worthy of the great statesman, aud recalls that of Newton, who said that he owed his splendid discoveries to the power of fixed attention.— Pitt was wonderfully patient, and this which is com- uioiily regarded as a slow virtue he combined with uncommon readinewaand rapidity ol thought. "What an extraordinary man Pitt ia," said Adam Smith * " he makes me understand my own ideas better than before." This was the lieaveu-born minister. This was '■ the pilot to weather the storm." This is ho who stands forth the greatest of our statesmen, and the story of whose life, now fitly told, will havo undying interest throughout the world j GuiZOT AT BCCMBQHAM PALACE,—M.GuiZOt, iu his new work, has ttie following sketch of a dinner at Buckingham Palace : On Thursday, the 5th of March, I diued for tho first time with the Queen, Neither during the dinner nor in thedrnwiug-rooiu afterwards was the conversation animated or inter" cstiug. Political subjects were entirely avoided ; wc sat around a circular table, before the Queen, who waa on a sofa ; two or three of her ladles were endeavoring to work ; Prince Albert played at chess; Lady Palmerston audi, with some effort, carried ou a flagging dialogue. I observed, over the three doors of the apartment, three portraits, Feuelon, the Czar Peter the Great, and Ann Hyde, daughter of Lord Clarendon, the first wife of James the Second. I felt surprised at this association of thfee persobs 60 incongruous. No one could exuluiu the reaBOO. I thought of one—the portraits were selected for their size—they fitted well iu their respective places, A New Barometer.—54. Sauvegeon of Valence has studied thediffurent pheaomena which are produced in n cup of OeSse when the sugar is put into it, and the result of thoBe observations trans - forms tha demi tasse into a barometer, "If, in sweetening youi coffee,V says tl- Sauvageon, "you allow the shgar to dissolve without stirring tho liquid, the globules of air contained in the sugar will rise to the Surface of the liquid. If these globules form a frothy mass, remaining in the centre of the cup. it is an indication of duration of flue weather; if, on the contrary, the froth forms a ring round the sides of tbts cup, it is a sign of heavy rain ; variable weather is implied by the froth remaining stationary, but not esactly in the centre."
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol.12, no. 18, September 6, 1862|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Scraps", "Infant Phenomena", [col.3] "Tobacco Exitement in Contra Costa", [col.5] "Names of recent battles", "Knights of the Golden Circle", " 'The Heaven born statesman", [p.2]: [col.1] "The news of the week", "How the President will preserve the union", [col.2] "The election", "The election returns", [col.3] "The military precinct", "Horse theives", [col.4] "Gen. Halleck's vigorous war policy", "A prophet", "The San Pedro precinct", "Guerilla operations", [col.5] "The Indian disturbances in Minnesota"; [p.3]: [col.1] "Eastern intelligence"; [p.4]: [col.1] "Who is to blame?", "Gen. Halleck's vigorosu [sic] war policy".|
|Subject (lcsh)||Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Newspapers|
|Geographic Subject (City or Populated Place)||Los Angeles|
|Geographic Subject (County)||Los Angeles|
|Geographic Subject (State)||California|
|Coverage date||circa 1862-08-31/1862-09-12|
|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.12, no. 18, September 6, 1862|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m471|
|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_836; STAR_837; STAR_838|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
Los Augeles County.
AUGUST 18th, 1802.
iuaui to adjournment—
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Whereupon, the Board ordered tlm! the Clerk spread
anon the mfeoutee-Ji this Board I lu- l reclamation o hie
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to be held on the 3d day of Septero
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STATE OK CAi.lf'OKN'lA. EXECUTIVE DEPAB TMKXT.—
Xotiee ia hereby given, that a general election is to
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amt, throughout the Stale, -U wliic.'n liie liiUoWio** officer* are to be i-lei-u-il, ami nt which tlio Amendments
to tlie Cutis tit at ion or the State, aa proposed by I he l.e-
gfelature of 1861 aud adopted by tbe Legislature of 1862,
are to be approved or rejected tnt&e " *
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