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A M.USXU'ICKXT A.'-SSOTRMENT OF Gift Book., Ladies Dressing Gases, FANCY TOYS, CANDIES, _e. _... HELLMAN & CO. TIIE undersigned would most respectfully ln- (bno tbe public, that they keep on band* for sale, at their NEW STORE, TEMPLE'S ELOCX, Blgln Street, Lua A-ik-Iis. A large ast-ortment of Hooks and .Stationery, COXtfasofQ di pa*t Miscellaneous nnd Stands rd Works, cheap pub j locations, in connection witb a CIECULATING LIBEAEY. PULU! nilE DEMAND FOB THI PULU! ARTICLE OF BEL™™ .. _™a8 more than ton fold every rear. Tho mori , .... f: ■■"■ ■'■"■'"■"'- f.-^F :-!JL'*.:'i--.i;,u.*._iuU.iiir_ ■--■-' no equal, 1,1 r;,,,-,,,.,, ,,,.,,.,, ,,;- tjt. ;, ,....., .fl[, ,!(.,..., .„,_ I hav(, ,,,.„,, nrrao^.ttiouU to have a eoS-tant rapplv direct from Un s , Isillr! * * J : wn ■'-':"..'"':':";-r-;'; _J every lUpM brrafoMOf '; ■"-*-■' HAIR, bS LACE, N. 0, MOSS, bom SPRINGS TWiyt. MAWRBBB do Aod E7pbeteterer_- Needles, aseorted sizea. l.'r'siiiri'.- in [''iimil urn nn-] );--.;,■'■ in„. -.v;r.rf t-in-.-- 'my tliin^ in "'(,"'"■■ '*"■ '"SH-r-irull., |Itvi[,,, :„;.;,,. „,.. . -ail l(j->- '' — --11 ■'-■<-■ !--■>' !'■■::! tin; isouii-ry promptiy liUcr,-*.- P t: L U W A B E II o D 8 E , 101 Battery Street. 0Bl>ia3 JACOB SCEtftElBBB. , T T Seed Warehouse ^ST_U_L__B__0 IX l-!.^!).; S. W. MOORE, No. 110 California street, betv.*oon Montgomery and Sansome, SAJV FP.A.YCISCO, HAS FOii S.U.K '.he „,.,.,t .\to„.ive variety „f KITCHEN GARDEN, FIELD, FLOWER, FKl'IT and TREE SEEDS, ix cM.ivoP.siA, ixci.niixi; 30,000 lbs. Pure Alfalfa or Clilll Clover Seed, ■> -<- _• * -n .-.i--.,- i ibe whole et-tem .--.ii:r].;.-.,-s.;. McGnlli'-", Town'*-. Web*;!.-.!- ,i. ana H_U'a'v'ine«-ki: other modern B0DO&1 tStfSH j I.tffte., (lap, Drawing,' 'Tracing, Colored ami Wrapping Pap.fa ; Blank i-ir.s.s. Fancy Guiji'I.- ^-.r■ ■■ I IV-fl'iiLier,-. A Large Stock of Jewelry, und un endless variety of CANDIES, TOTS, Sfa,j tfc. A\r.o, Wttll Paper, Window Glass, and a splendid assortment of HAVANA CIGARS, Chewing and .Smoking Tobacco. .S'nulf, g.uub-'j Mearabaum, and other Pipes, Ac, ,.c. All of which they offer for sale at unprecedented^ low prices. HELLMAN & CO. P. S.—Newspaper si from all part.*; of tho Slates and Europe, aa well an the latest publication*, regularly received hy every steamer. <]!2 NEW GR6CERY STORE. HOBBS,GILMORE St. CO. BEG TO INPOBM the public of Los Angels.-.- and vicinity, that tbey bare opened a store On '.os A.\i..-:r,i-.*» BTRSIBT, West Side, Opposite Don .Manuel Retjuena's For the sab.1 of €3-IX_>C!___r_I__!S, Liquors, l'rovisions, Ac. &c. IVWm ! LUMBER! LUMBER! OKDESfi ffit Lumber, of all descriptions for building. _;c., will be filled by the un-dersigned, either on commission, or on own account. BOXES of all kinds forKiilc. HOBBS, OtLUOBB & 00. Los Angeles. Loff__oge*«j Jan. 23, 1899. .acii corrector, these Bitters storing the vital energy of :o _etl ■__- .___. axr _p >s STOMACH BITTERS A Sa general gtomac A have unequal in n- „ ... full taken before meals will prove certiiin euro for Dy ipep.ia, disp dling BfltnleBOylao^ oppression of tbe chest, while they impart to an impaired appetite a keen relish tor food. Aa h V.'iiiii ];itter, for the use of Hotels and Res- taurants, tliey will be found iiidippensble, render- l;i all !, :■■■ "i -■:'■■ - truly deii.sihiful, ij An-; a purely vr.;''.;i;ii)|i.i compound, entirely free from any perui OfonS coloring matter. Piirelias-i.TH will please observe the name "CRY ,lNT>,STO.M.I0HI;lTTBfia'; preyed on each bottle and cap. and hco that the autograph signature is on the label. G. N. BRYANT, New York. -Agents for ..an Francisco: 3m aug-27 WM. NEWELL A CO. or THE NtfB- CSOf*. ■i.-so. HYACINTHS. TULIPS. LILIES, and other P.ULHUUS ROOTS. \\\V. ui.iiiirjiii-iiisil, l'roi:i his Inug o\|it;ricuc_ in the hu- jiin■.■:(«, un-.i iiisi i.'.\li.-n:sii-i- f-.ciliLicj_ for procuring liis il from the best .scn-d growers in the United ^isiisi-s" -\:v.;:e: (ujd .[-:ii:;'!ss.-i'';, isf:,;il>led to sell at Jower prices than it ,ii.]i.-r ho rpit fh. RxCre Dta of Wells, Fsirsro & Co'a and Freeman _ Co's iin- hiirnlii- iLulsiiiris/.-d to act sis A.-jOiits for tin* nili.'rssi'.-iidd yw inking: orders for *.0(:d.i auJ rtic'_-ii.'ii:>;-j for ui-'soi-'. by ins.iil i'.lso ]u-oni]illy nt1eo'li:-d to. A libi-n:! duraennt -.-,■ HI be o_fcde to the trade. I'lirticulsir attention given lo the careful piicking of SeedM for abipment. Your early order, are BoHoited, vMcb shall hare iuir.ioiliat -nsiVaithfulattonlion. S. W. WOOltE, -soed H'lirehoii.e. HO California street. •F--F:o>: ■■- <■■: ei.-.-iIh eontsiiiiiiis- His) I'ss ;.-■;■;■ for r-slsiiiiirj;. i socb aaaortmentH s;s i^eslMd, irUl br' t'nrnithod. eSB 8 ^67V"0 I-_?*__i'S SGHIBDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS !! Ibcs.- tewJJfcbfl niteiifioij of t he .\Isrc!*.iiit;ioI'California and Orogon to a Superior Article of HOLLAND GIN, Manufactured by .Myself Exclusively, AT SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND, A.-iii !o DiFF.rtijt'i.Fi ilfivin ■:):,ynj oih^r Al;:t;k<>iw S!i:n:i/c:U !.;: IJ,-. v.ioriv. I i/iirt: -HAhi- name of SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHKAPrS. is the PUKETI\'CTUi::i-: OF JONIPEE, distilled from the T.EST BAHLKV tlui.t os,.., 1 by the oommoii hiirsh borry, but by the ohoiiso bot:-mi_:i,l *" * "'" ' ' '- lissiillciian.l reotlBed witb itij-p_ ,"'-) AX1» AKUjIA, siUo-etherlru flavored and medicated, To Toamsters and Others. I'atenl An tl-File (.ion Ax 1 <--&__ use. NOT Ai'FisXT[-:ii B_ HKAT Oil COI.P. HIS ARTICtE vTILT, NOT THIN IX HOT CLIMATES, nor thicken or harden in cold. The siiason ofiuterh' : _i.ommunic.-i.! ion with the Miuint- Pistric-'- having opened the uabscriberK tafee this opfjuirtunity' of thanking Notice. ON and after the !Hb day of this monili. the nn- dersigned will receive and forward freight I'rotn San J'edro to Los Angeles lor the follow- Dry flood Forwardii For For S, IJootP, A'hoes, Jrp. Iron, Coal, Ace,.,. >:: l.mply Cus-kn, , . BFomUate. ,81 00 par loo lbB 78 cents. ■' " .. 94 00 per ton meas- ..$7 ,r)0 per ton rneas- Ani tU per M U6S to San Pedro.,.CO 1 than 2000 lhe $1 00 nl in:.; Climber. .rding from Lof cents per 100 U>a. " In qtiautities 1 per 100 ft*. Lunibei' tl 60 per M. feet Liirli'oi'fiKo •? 1 (io per ton No deduction from the above pricee, if Lhe gooda aro delivered at -San Pedro, PHINEAS CANNING. San Pedro, April 11, 1850. _p9 DR. L. J. CZAPKAY'S Private Mtillenl nml Surgical Iiiatltute- Saerumento street, below Montgomery, opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office MAN" P&ANC8S0O, Ivit'i'oli.-shr-il ii! 1-.>[, forth" [i-rinaui'tit cure of all pri- ..ito siiul chrmiic '".is.ssises, and for the .suppression oi liuaH'crv. Ai'.cn-iiii^ ami I'.e-sident I'liysician, L. J. I /.M'FW. AF.).. l*te in the Eduwarian Ks-volutionarv ffar. Dhi-f Phyalelan to the 20tb Kr-.-im-ni. at Henveds. Chief ,Sui'i<is'iii t.o the Miiitsiiy Hoipital tit Heath, Hungary late Lecturer on J b'.'.: :■■■■■; o' Women :in<i Cliildren. suirl Honorary ,'li'in:-■■;■ of Ho* i'llilsldoiisiii;! Collcs.'O of Medicine. ,*; :;,-r.-i-i [.ul'ir :i'-..jiil :or, J.si id lo t lie trcttuwut of dis- ■ saaei i.- '.'li-sii' to Womeii _tM Children.-"SO i OFIT'CEHOUR-—From j A.M. till Bp.b. Coramrt_iBS- 1 tiiros strictly coiilideiitiiil, Perioanent cure guaranteed or no pay. uCbniultatlonH. by letter, or other wine, free. Addre-i, D., h. 3- CZAPItAY, San Francisco, Cal. *}gp>The fi»[|(>ivlHjL,'I-ts(,it'i-,*ivlil';li-iirti)l»nll-MiIlJ- ;[.':*■> ;',iv i- •(■'!', v.-sis ivr;tten by the Hean of the Faculty of the I'liilMh-lpliia College oi' Meiiicine, to the editors of the PaotBe A.-1L:■:11 and .Surgical Journal, San Francisco. Tor publication :— J'liii.Aiini.i'irr.', January 17th, 1859. Tn the Kilitorn nf /,'■- Piuifv. Mnlical f?iH SiiTijici.il Jour- mil.—(ieiitleioeiL : My aili.'iiiioii bas biseo csillod to an nr- ticle iu the Oeoenrber number of y)-.:-.■ journa^, iu regard to the '-.-I .'".iv'-ni. degree granted by the Philadelphia Col- ;.■::.- of Mi'dsisim- \<i Dr. I.. ,(. C/.apkay, V.dieii tho application for the de-.'1'ee was made to the Faculty, if was ac- coiupsiiri'i-l by .-iiTi'lavils aod to:;tiinoiiisi!.i to the effect. that Dr. OrapY&y iraa areg-ilaj gyadnate M.Ii. of the 'Jni- I'-.-rsity of i'cslli, had .srsrved as s-hirL'Miii in the llur.tca- riisii nriny, and wsis a rcgiitur pr.icliti'oncr of Medicine.— On tin* utrenirth of these the degree was <••' ewndem deirme, as its name impplies, i I'l-aiHiatcs only, and <-ives us new privileges. Had there bs?en the aliirhicst. suspicion of irre:;ul,irii.y. the appl. tion would have been usfus-.il. By inserting tlii*. in your journal, you will do an act (if justice to the College'and confer a favor ou YotJTS, rery respectfully, II. RAND, n of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of ii to iinu'i s for the i-tisn Patent Axlo Cirease iring the last six years, ana beg to nay that tffetj care iil be taken, in its future management, to sustain its ..itU'ly-son-ail' reputation as the very best Axle Grease for Coaches. Jlrs-.vs Teainstors' Vi";i.„-,-lis. <'•-.... ever iiitroriuced into California. IlUCltS _iI.AMI.EltT, [iivcntors and Hotr- Mann fad nrer.K, Notoma street. Depot of aale, Ro, 101. Jackson street, San Francisco. ool ..iet with in their Organs. Persons i'vka!;atxl-iT ac i great confidence i If the f.iqunr rfCKF. ().!■' FX'J'AF toanyHOhl.AXl) I i of Ibe e-.'b'braft'i; ; iTIC SCHNAPPS, tbe KICFTHOrSANHKNI'K CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. he selected at auv cost, it ii! ariety ofthe AKOJIATIClTAi iliioiissolvenl.aml llius it be ■ iscecdant i_ its COK1UAL AKH __P__.to.r- has.submitie-J if. to ^VSi-li*1' tWh-own »'«.»■■ H-Cbi-,AI l-'UCCKSP they have Kidneys. BJ_d_..H_d Frinary upply nnhandasaFIIFVKXT- JIDOLPHO WOLFE, l-'a n Fr.'inciseo. lis: n tlio unwary for ii using several of tl ion uo<ius sciiafArps. UDOLPHO WOLFE Sole Importer and Mamifacturer, 18, HO and 22 Beaver st-, IV The word richei'.sssui Schnapps belon.s essclissi velv H- my arlscle—;-li ol liei-s a n.- i-ountr-ri'oil. siiol :■ the}iublic. IV ew Yorltrf iposilion o;V niijnovia BROOKLYN HOTEL. ier SrofUlWay dndl Satiaom-e streets. SAN Fit A NCI SCO. Tin-: i'Roj':hi-:toi. fv Tins vnun known and Old established House is still at his old tricks—ftpding the public for the low sum of 0TEL is painted in Ja'rg.*" k-Uei-sI on the) sides i Board per _*y SI do do w_eR J5 Lodgings per week 82 to $4 Meals 50 cs-ntii LodgingB 50 cents Sfttglrj'r.soms 75 ec*nl.H oo_fl*_B_ JOHN KKLLEY, Jr., Propriel Police to Creditors. ALL PERSONS liaviiifr claim*1 airain.t .Maria Ygnaeia Amador de Alrarado, deceased, are !:i'i-i bv I'ssiii 'd lo o.\iiibit the .ainc, with the ne- (■i1 s.':u-y vouclici'ss, io tin:; tnnlersignud, Adniinlsti'ritoi' of tho Estate of Raid deoesoed, at lii:^ renidcnee at ihe Donlngnes Rancbo. Los Angeles county, or at tho Ollieo of Scott & tiASBKA, Attorneys-at-Law, Spring Mtreet, Los Angeles within ten months after the dute of thin notice, or tho same will be forever I..,,-,... i i ■ I illllll_l_i 0K0. OARSON, Idtnlnistntor ofthe Estate of _fa.Tgnaol_ Amadoi- de AlvBrado. deceased. Los Angeles. Nov. 19- 185'J- 4W LIVERY STABL E k 'I'lIC! ..«_„__! - , . , from 9 _ O.'RTIFrCATH PE_._" B I'hi'. A-'F 3I",_ICAI AN'D SUR- h in on Sacramento street, below Mont- "tho l-acKic Mail -steam ship Com pan v's i-co. The Doctor lifers f--e,: coosulration .monition unless he f-ijc.ts n cure. Ollice ry, do testify 1; —I, the under.siirnerl, Governor of ITunga- ■eby, that Dr. L. J, C/.apkny has server] „— „..u,.it for Huairru-iaii liberty asOhiel'Siir-geon in the Hai|g_rtftn army, with faithful perseverance..— Whereof I have i-ivim hi in this cerliii'cate, and ;do re..v)ia- metid him to tbe sympaf by, attention, and protection of ill those who are capable; of appreciating patriotic t'vlt- aicriiiceand nnddnirrad misfortune. KO.*iSt;Til FAJOS, Governor of Hungary, Washington City, Jan. 0, 18a_. Bernarkable Cure of Consumption B tlml lias !>,., par!. I o I liose of mv from like aidic:ir,;i'. ri]i1lon of my case. Tlie utmost. .. i";. eted in my case foll'-w creature* wl the sourceof relic Several yeari ago, ; i."! I'V \i:-:;tv>A wesikimss and dohiiii v, whieli ledu '-■ ■ -■■ -.Isa-i'i,.- ol" myself. At that ^ls : ■ ._-.»oo.ntance, and e.vpi.s.'irsed largo amount -. lm the least beneficial results. That fe'l rJeBtro HUMPTIOX, had already sei.ed upon my vitals ioforisiod by my pliysiicians that they could do nolhii*;: 11 ,:■ lis "S'Sccpi io smooth my path tothe grave, when, most fortunately, I applied to Dr. L, J. Czapkay. and am si" - wi!! i pei-fec-ly sound man. It is 0 ill'cult for to express; the emotions of deepest gratitude I experi- ^^^ ^^ e when realininjr the imeasura'oie service I have re- -,,,M , . ",—, . "~" ,^™ (coiveil at the bands of Dr. Cuapkay, and fee! rejoiced 'I Hi- n in s: i'.-: I.;;!!::'], having purchased | that His at least in my power to tender this feeble re- tlnj S'I'AIjLM.S lonni.'tlv occupied bv I potion nl his -;rea-t skill and capacity. To tlie af- THE BRPFTAT,.,.-, hitherlo borne fo wills-Hill be kept up, anil iinpiiim vo i_ or. i Schnapps continue th>- leading ' ' i receiving by each clipper from ieet the wants of th>- trade VOl.D.VKP.'S SCflXAPPS ore i iroughout this country. S. I VOIBSER'S AE0KATIC SCHIEDAM SCH_A.F_. SDKR'S BCHMAPPfj K'S S'ii, i i tf,"-S.i,*'\L iSS_ i "WHAT CHEER" HOUSE. jSos. 117, 118, 119 191, and 132 Sacramento St.—Nos. 85, fW, 89, and 9. JLcislstlorff struct, SAN 1--RANC1SCO. I „rter_i_eilt, so 1 i well „dapk.,l io tin First Pmnimns Awarded at the State Fairs of 1858 and 1859, and at the Mechanics' institute, San Francisco. TiroMAUEK & SIH-Jf IMi'bUTKHS AND MAXUFAOToKERS — OF— liaskets, WfHow Ware, Toys, LADIES' W0KK STAIMBS, Cliiltlrcns' Harriagi'S, Hobby Horses, &c, oc22*3ir 93 Battrrr Street, Bet. Commcrcia! aBc'-Cla San Franc ,. J_^<i--..-i luriaeriT occupied b> '. Mr. Cal--soli, adjoining NieIior**lJuildiiiL' .'.Isiin -ir ■'.:■'.■, Lusi An-" -Icsj, he.-it to inform tlie public that he la ready al; all titnus to supply SADDLE! HORSES, cijtial to any to be found in the State, Cm-rliftgee, and Doable »n4 Htnyl* Boated Bnsglee, can lie furnished to thosedesirins; such conveyancep. IIis faeilitien lor keeping Horses are not sur- pa:-;;:d by any :-F\F',- in the city, and !.e :-olicit.s u ohare of public pafronatre in thi." department. He la always well supplied with the very beet K-ied, whii.*:i ,\il! be aob.i on u.-sisil u-i-ik. jyM A. J. HENDSRSON. LOTTERIES! Wood, Eddy & Go's ol.ll .I.V7J REL1AM.B Dclawaro & Georgia LOTTEEIES lotteries all lhe t.'OMM.YA'l'lO.Y. and ether.' an the lie.:::,,,, ar SI.VIII.E .VI'MIIEI! ,o.W' SPLENDID' SCHEMES, \r: i;; (UPIZAL l_Z_ OH $70,00011! - - $50,000 II! Aad natnorom ofhei.. al smaller deaomln^tlos k Will he drawn at .iii£iEs.;t, iin., uiul Wilmiiigtoii^D-el. l'i:''"i the ■'.:■■" iiili'ii :■■!.,"■ of :■•-■ nn) -"mn.LS.'.i-'Sa'is, uvisry lY;::>\: ■ : ' V .is-, SAlTKllAV el each Week. The Delaytiore State E^tterles: onk oi;\Xn sitiioii-: pte Month, with $100,000 * A:'-'J' l Ticsetsi, $S0 each. 1 Ial mi., ijuirtern, and Eightha ia prO|IOrlo.f], . The Single A'tuulior f_ottories r.■.;:■■. .: ■ ■ f 81 prgU.) OHB 08AW) BCBXUK PEB MONTH, irfUl ni)0,00 - Tickets. :. . Bhai prapartioo. ftj-Tickets tn any ■: the Draw* i"; M ' '.'! ■ '. ■■'■ '■'■■■■.:. ".;'.,::: ■■;■ ...■■■: ll.T.-.i-.' ii:' Villi ■ ■ before hewiil :,a Un ICl it :--'- .WIHQ3, ,'.,,!, irlfl :.■■ pul El_hl I in p ■ ;l",s'..;'s.;-.-.',s. and a til- ■■:' tbe Ne* ■■■ :,^::\: \ perfect list of all - i «ht drawing-, bund at ^Voo-l, Ihi-.'y .S. ti. si l.oidiy Offlrr, No. 98 ■ i/-'-ir.■:"/,'■ 1 :,■ etrttt, roan* AV> 8 and 3, over freeman fc Co.'s Sspreu, WHOM NQtRIS sio 00 ';! LRrSBfl 250 «j-.*i:i''' Vm ih«wtng the , i !"■'■■;-: ■ ■■■■ hriip-j are awarded, will '-... ■■■■:■ .■ ■ 1 s ■ : ■ rtn ■■,...■ s: ■ -I, ■ . ■■ ■ I ■ 1 upward" i i v '■ ■ : v I ■ ■■ -. s''■ r - h 1 B .■■■■■■-'■ ■ ■■■' It! ■ ■ ■■..■.,■' n ■ :-- s'i SanFrau- ei-co Allaoimiiiis.i. ■. mi»l. Id F----. II [>. G ■■■ '. Care of Woo ..r."r, we nn* Bellin* 0_I s1 :■• M _d«*Bn H II ■-.■:':■.: ■.-■■ F--. viNvii ui uib great -skill ani . j. — dieted I would say, do not despair, for whatever the nature of your caae, I am confident that y lind relief if applying to Dr. I,. J. Csaps&y, ' -There iri baUn in Oilead, mkI there U a phjraiotan there," Subscribed ami sworn to before mo, this 15 th day of October, A. II. [Hash i.'ity aud county of San 1'rancinco, in lhe Slale ot California. [UB.J V. .1. TiT/FiA.lTLT, Xotary i'ublic, 'Mn- undes-siirnCil is pen'Onaliy slcij iiainted with Henry lVv:.liii:r. and known that t ho "cireuinsfanees relaie'i in ■ in- !■ i; s■;.".■!:.;.' Cerlificiit i- are true. t!» '.j v.' ji',*nry tViisnliii;; d'i rin;: hi'- iliisc's.H. [I'll he-Li's wilii,'i;r testimony to the fact lit bii remarkahle core bv Dr, b. J. Cuapkay. [l. B.] A. BOSHNHBIM. fsiihscrit-f-si and Mwom to hoforo mo ibis: .[V111 day of October, A. IL J.s.'sp. iaty and countv of San i-Vaucisco, in the ■s-'i:,- or (■ Lll [i.. 9.} I'. J. TillBACLT, Notary Public. The attention of the reader is called to the following. A ladyof high standing in society, and ifreat resjpecta biliiy, published a card in tho Philadelphia Sunday L>Ib paUh.Sept. 14, USh whhih is as follows r— _ CARD.—The noderalg—Od feels it her duty to express her heart fells-rat il side to Ur. Cznpkav, for the nuccc'ssfu) cure at her sell and child. The latter haviug been afflict* by n severe attack of cholera infantum, wan given Op . . incari! by the most ceh'bi'sited physicians, when sh.e ,-;,!I,- i on S'r.r.o.pks.y. who. a.''f-r a short per!'"!, restored tho child to perfect health" Bhoourage. by thia uitraor- ■ i;n,.i ::ii i. ■ :■■.-.: :iu. sn'ivii-.' I us r-i-l;', for "the scrofulous ■i:F\:[y vis.; isdiieh .-dn: hini been a hi -cUa! tor r it'll t vesirs, ind which withstood thetreatiflent ofthe beet phyaiciani n Aram loa and Borope. Rut IV. Ci-ajikay has sacoeeded .u nSbrdiag her permanent relief, so that Khe ijjbb bow enjoy liis-, vii-eh, for ,::.!i' yesissi, l.i;i,.| ln.1 all charms for bar. She thowfiw flewni 11 doe to hersidf, and toall .S'.'i; all,! aihh-.le.l. lo r inmvnd rlr. Coipkny sis mo.; of tlio most skillful phyaioiMU wilhin the Uprteastates. l.'.irn.-s- '■.',-;■ Inn i iin ! T'ii s; ri.es. ,, I ■bilsuloipbi*, l'_, A Gussj*:!', Notary i'ublic, 120 Seventh fit. AH -,",_ mk;.t;i..;r (by hstts.-t or othen DR. .., (7,U'KAV, ;: '-tiini'isln s'reo*, b'.'bv.v MmisL.'.-mi crv. opposite l'aci .'nil S-*.-..*.;. :,;i. C-r is::,.-,.. s.L[, I.-rsiursisco, .»-i PLOWS ! PLOWS ! Jl.ST received, a la rye and full BUpply of Ig!_=F~ STEEL ar."£f CAST 1'I.OWS, Of all sizes. BXTX.A POIXTS FOB SA.JI!_. Wari'o-ivs- So«_t Sowers, for Wliieat, Harrow Teetli, Wagons, CJSi'ltS, And a larsre assr.ortment of Aisi'icultiirsil IiiB|iIyiiiejnts, All of ivtncti will be sold as loiv as can be bought in this city. J. i). ARTHUR £ SON, pc29tn_ 13, 4 and 5 Washington **L, near Davis Established in i8<&9. 0KE OP OUR FIRM is at present travelling In Europe,where he ie collecting and forwarding to us by every steamer the most splendid stock oJ WATCHES .AS!) JEWELR* ever Imported into this State. Oar Watchc oan not be surpassed for sub.U.ntiality and. tlm a a eep' ing. Oar Jewelry iR selected with the ,-c test | care, and none but the most tasteful go Jg i adt ot the finest gold are allowed do leave ares ab liahmcnt. <_?ii£*___• tsa Jewelry We manufacture on.tlie promises. We are tht inventors of the art, aud keep ahead of all competition. WATCH REPAIRING isdonebythe best workmen, under our own in spoction.and warranted for one year. Watches for repair sent to us by ExprosH are attended to ; promptly. BARRETT & SHERWOOD, 135 Montgomery street, between Clay and Commercial streets. Jy26- tf SAN FRANCISC I WELLS, FARCI0 & CO., NEW YORK, OREGON AND CALIFORNIA EXPRESS and EXCHANGE Co, CAPITA!, - - - $GO0*OOO. D. N. BARNEY, President Draw Rills of .Esccliaiage IN SUMS TO SUIT. N ALL THE CITIES OF THE UNITE]) STATES AND CANADA; UNION JUNK OF LONDON. AND KOYAL BANK OF ICELAND, DUBLIN. A&vaite. on Cold Dust consigned for Assay. On and after this date this office will receive DEPOSITS, GENERAL and SPECIAL. and draw ehecks--/./V SUMS TO SUIT—on Son Francisco. H. N. ALEXANDER, Agent. Los Angeles, May 1st, 185!). auo" SI'ATE OF CALIFORNIA, r San Bernardino County. \ The Peopta nf tie SU-.tc of California, To II. M. WALLACE. Yi ti; are >KTehy *s;o:inis;:-od lo appear before me. A. 8. BeArd, Jnstloe of Ute Peftoe tor San Bernardino Township, county aloresai-i, at my olfice in the city of-San Bernardino, on Friday, the 20th day of January, A. V. IS.'■(.!. at 10 o'clock A. M, id said day, iu aciHwor ilu' complaint of W'.W. Koyea, who seeks to recover of you the sum of 'in-: !iu\.!iv.l and isi^lify-'ivd di.dlrii-.-;, I'cundod upon two promissory notes for ilfiO 00, and one open account balance on sale of horses for *35 OO; aDd uuless yoa appear and answer, judgment by default will bu rendered against yon lor the said sum of money, with oosta nf Alt. Qiveo under uiy hand, this 13th dav of October, A. IX l.-'J. L 3. BBABD, Jostloe of ft. Peae* It appearing to tbe satisfaction of the court that the defendant has absconded the State, ■. •■■■■- '"■) pnbli.->Ksr] in the Los Angeles Star, for tbe tsrm of three months. A. a BE, tas..;<n- Justice of the Peaoe DBUOCillSTS, STAT I.OJVEKS, Hardware, Music. Fancy (iroods, Toy DoalerSj «Stc_ Can find thousands of direct imported articles in their line at li, KOHLER'S SEW IMPOiffiNG HOUSE, 2d Flos-r, Howard's Neat Block, Sansome street, between Commercial and Clay streets, SAN FRANCISCO. IVOW UNPACKIIVfi TOYS AND FANCY GOODS, ITAN0E8, MELODEONS, BRASS INSRTUMENT3, MUSIC BOOKS, GENUINE ROMAN VIOLIN AND OUITAR STRINGS, tea., &.., .tc. All bein^ dii'cct imr-ortLLDlons, they must aud will be sold CHEAP. Dealers in the above articles will find it to their advantage to call ou A. KOHLER. oct!5-m3 QU1NCY HALL, Nos. 149 and 151 W.SHlltiJTOS STRSE T, SAJV FBAJVC1SOO. THIS 1ft THE LARGEST CLOTHING BSTAB-' WEST of tlio KOOKY MOUNTAIN'S:. This House has gained its wide rcoutation by SELLIArG oLo.aiwa Cheaper Than auv other establishment iu CALIFORNIA LEATHER. LE1TIIEIL Turner's Ginger Wine FOBCST WINE BITTERS* muiiNKR's i'Uii;-;-iT wine uitteks are a cnke _t_ E.v»r sLii.i .\s;ii':. l.'isiiii'i'.iiicy, Iiys-.*ii,iis;it. C(i,-;th-(* nr I.L.'-ivilli's-, *;, ii.-i-., 1 I'vljiiity, .Viti.Lscu, L!>..iui.";i'i:li(j1»lrri trn- Isu-ity of the I )»■;■!■■ i'.Lvn Oii-sni., Ncvv-j-.i.s I'M'.sf .vntiiui. X"U- ralftia, RheaiaaUa Aftotl.oji, s_d moat tit tUelDn that si-U b bolr ta. Thi-y will be (Bunfl by all nut only a ii'llATlVi:. imt _6o the best 1'RE\'ENT1VE over iutro- ilui :■■': in ('...sfiisisi::. Tis'.i.SI' [Ji'i'i.EKS, :. ssls.Sls'.l.ri'IIV'.s fi.-o-:i tho clir.dcost JIICCU- - *.-. I Mota, tiiriia and Kerbs, by Turner Brothers, are war- rsuii.':! tu !.,, till! In.'.! y.'.i-A- ia usu- nil 13je> I'lioitlo Coast, i-i:'! ciiu be tnkeu with perfect safety by persotu uf aliases and condltian*. Turner's Ginger Wine. C.U.'TlfiN TO Til;: i-l.'liL10.—Tiiri 1-..*tui:itLi:i _-,var.l(*iI t Tl'i.Ni'RS fli.NCfiU IViNE. sum.1 th- -luciiisiUd ■lopularit* it han reoeired, has b«ea the -.*..« of patting Into the '^-susi.'.'ii-'i's I We (*!..itL(iH .ill rsi-usuin.j-. of GINOEii '■VINE u, exsissihii. thi.' Li Le I, sl- >:,-iLie is' yenaine .*----g -ueh us have our portraits in a circle, on a .steel plsite—"TURN- :■■:;.'.-. OiN'CEil FAFF, j - r * : ^.. <■■; iiv TI'RNEK lllIOTEEi.S. Sir-.- York. ileil-LiO. N. V., ainl ,*'■,*.» l-.-rt.-i.is.co, i "■ li :'.,*■;;.;,■.-' Broa'-waj- and Front. . .l-m'6 luriier-s Oinpor Wine- For Sale Everywhere. Tiii-ih-i-'s l'orost WHi« Bitters, j F,-- Suit Ever whert Who would he Bald or Gray ? OVER ten thousand gray heads hnve been restored to their original color wifhiu the last year by the use of .Fish's Infallible Hair Restorative. Magic-like,* it arrests threatened tjaldness, returns the dark brilliant hue to the ;;ray headed, and restores the hair to a line glossy and healthy appearance ; thus acting in strict compliance with the first and greatest of __.I1 toilette-.iiakere—Nature, Principal office for Wholesale and Retail- 139! Sacramento street, San Francisco. For sale by .Druggis-H genera 11 y- N. MILLS, Ren. Agent. fFFr-For sale by all Druggists in Loa Angeles,. COMMISSION MERCHANT! No. 105 Front street, (Between Washington and Merchant streets,)] SAN FRANCISCO, will give particular attention to the} Purchase unci SS._i*i!ie__t- I ss we!! as to the SALE OP MEItcSIAVDISK AID I'ltQI}UcE. j RE. RAIMOND having been established in San j , Francisco since 18-19, and having been coa- tiauaily engaged in _he Commission bu?inesB fori Merohantfi and Producers of the Soutbrrn and Northern coast of California, as well a. with that i nf Oregon and Washington Territories, leels conii-' dent that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to parties who may entrust their business to a/fl vara. .iy?. o i, m<f F _ B_ 9 0& _Hij —.— ...a anil IVlioI,;-;,io Sealers in ■",• ' iii "s/'..^JFS.;.i'J-S_322:j_3S,7 tUSHES, COLORS, GLUES. ETC., ETC., 105 Clay street, San Frat>.oiaco %n%tlt VOL. IX. £o$ %xt%tit5 0tar: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, At No. 1, Pico BuiLiitNos, Spring Street, Los Angeles, BY H. HAMILTON, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUKDAY, DECEMBEK 10? 1859. NO. 31. T E ft M S : Subscription, per aitnuin, in advance For Six Months, For Three Months.;,; '.".... Single Number ,,•■- $5 00 3 00 0 25 AnvBRTiflKMESTS inserted at TwoDoIlarspei-square often lines, for the first insertion; and One Dollar per square for eac'h subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to Yearly Advertisers. Agclicy Notice. Mr. 0. A. CRANK is our only authorized agent in San Francisco, to receive Advertisement and Subscriptions, receipt for the same, aud to transact business generally for the Stab. Office, i72 Montgomery street,between Washington andJack- ("on, opposite the Lyceum. , BELLA UNION HOTEL 3V-_tl__ St.eet, MS ANGELES. FLASHNER & WINSTON, PROPRIETORS. MTHIS HOTEL, so long known as the be?t in Southern California, having passed into the hands of tlio present Proprietors, lilts been thoroughly refitted, and ni-tny additions made to its accommodations. Strangers, and gentlemen with their families, will find this an agreeable h.me, at nil times. The table will be supplied, as heretofore, with rill the delicacies of the market. oct2 ksiiuss Crafts. C. E. THOM, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS ANGKLES. Office in Pico Buildings, Spring street. jy„ E. J. C. KEWEN, Attorney anil Counsellor at Law, LOS ANGELES, Cat,., Wiltpracticein theCourts of the First Indicia* District, the Supreme Court, and the U. S. District Court of the Southern District of California. Office, in Temple's Kuilding, opposite Mellus's store. Jan. 1st. 1859. WM. H. SHORE, KTotary -Pvil-lio. j;m2i) OFFICE WITH ¥.. r,KOY>'U. T. J. WHITE, Physician, Surgeon, and Oculist, Oj^rsii—Temple's Block, MAIN STllEET, X.OS ANGELES. uolS DR. J. C. WELSH, Wholesale and Retail DRTTGGIST, itJUJf STREET, LOS ANGELES. _^_ Aueust. 1, IS5-). rc MOTEL. jtVC-stixx street, OPPOSITE THE BELLA if A lC.fr. LOS ANGELES- f|ss§. THIS Establishment ofFers superior in- tliiffl ducements to the traveling public, and es- —^^-^pecially to those wishing a quiet home. The i Nation is desirable, the establishment large and t' Jnlmodious, with rooms—single and for families-*- . can and well furnished, and a table well supplied w itli tho choicest viands and delicacies of tile SUason - As is well known by those who have favored the li inso with their patronage. 1Jjl0 Proprietor will use every cXCrtlonr and neglect nothing, to give his guests entire satisfaction. ilBERIIARD & KOLL. Los Angeles, Sept 11, 185S. UNITED STATES HOTEL. _VCa.l__x Street, Los Angiilcsi THE SUBSCRIBER having leased the : above establishment' begs leave to inform the public that, he has refitned am! refurnished the same, arid that it Witt be con- ~u the very best style. The table will be liberally supplied with everything thi market af- Lii-ds, and every care will be laktin to make the UNITED STATES HOTEL a comfortable home t'ir boarders. A taclied to tlie Hotel is a BAR, where tlie best ■of Llonors and cigars are kept Terms, moderate to suit the tinier STYLES & SMALL. __._F-o_?__:ii!C'__.I_I_D_S, MAIN STREET—Front of Commercial. Ifeb] 3 iACHMAN & CO, WHOLESALE AND RKTAII. DEALERS IN Giociu'lcs, Wines, -Litmus, lotlilng, IIai*rt- ware, Ac-, &_• Pr<jil«<:e, Hides, and \V«ol laknii In excliange. Los Angeles street, second house from Commercial street. Jan. 1st, 185°. FRANCIS MELLUS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER Iii Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oils* Ac &c. JUNCTION OF MAIN AND SPRING STREETS LOS A.KiEI.Ki-. ft nl 6 GREATIVKS8. LICIMA. "I am the happiest wifo in Rome, my Livift I The happiest wife in Rome!" LITIA. "But there's Flaminius' wife, the other day, Scarce from the Forum to her house could pas For gratulations, that her husband won The Consulate." LlCtNIA, "That day my Caius sat At home with me. a nd read to mo, my Livia. Little cared I who won the Consulate." "And there's Lectoriushas obtained a government; Hie wife will bo a queen/' LICINIA. "Well, let ber be so ! My quceudom is to be a simple wife. This is my government ; my husband's house. Where, when be sits with me, ho is eiithron'd Enough. You'll smile, but Juno be my witness, I'd rather see him with his boy upon His knee, than seated in the Consul's chair, With all tho Senate round him." "Yet his greatness Must needs be thine." LIC1NIA. "I do not care for greatness, It is a thing lives too much out of doors ) 'Tis any where but home \ you will not find U Once a week in its own house at supper With the family. Knock at any hour you choose. And ask for it; nine times iu ten they'll send you To the Senate, or to fbe Forum, or to such Or such a one's in quest of it. 'Tis a mouth Since Cuius took a meal from home, and that Was with my brother. If he walks, I walk along with him il I choose ; or if I stay Behind, it is a race 'twixt him and the time He promised to be back again which is first. And when he's back, aud the door shut ou him Consummate happy is my world within, I never think of any world without." F. WEAVER. Los Angeles. Dec. 22, 1858. LOS ANGELES DRUG STOKE* J. T. BOSTWICK, .Successor to Dr. T. Ji White, Temple's Block, MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, Is now prepared to furnish all articles found in a well assorted _>_._<_ «__■«_>]____, AT.... WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, Campheue, Port and Madeira Wines, Lard Oil, Sage Hops. Cod Liver Oil, II.ur,Flosh,!'auUBrusbes Alcohol, Medicines, Olive Oil, Trusses'*, Castor Oil. Herbs. Congress Water, Chemioals, Quinine, Bay Rum,in]boftle or gal. Strychnine, Abdominal -Supporters, Turpentine, FlavoringEstraol. Sand's, Bull's, Towusend's, Giiisot's, and Grr- . Sarsaparila. For sale by Jayne's, G-raefenberg's medicines. For sale by j. T. Bostwick. and Maffat's assorte J,T. Bostwick. Wistar's BalBam Wild Cherry, Ayres Cherry Sectoral aud Expectorants. For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Bachelor''., Jayne's and Lyon's Hair Dye, For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Lnbin's and Bajin's Perfumery, aud Dupuy's --iaa me Quick, For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Wright's, McLane's, Cook's, Lee's. Brandreth's, Holloway's, Avers' and Graefenberg Pills. Fot sale by J. T. Bostwick. Holloway's Green Mountain, Dalley's and Red- _ttug'« Ointment, For sale by J, T. Bostwick. A large and splendid assortment ofTooth Brushes aud Tooth Powders, Lilly, White, and Colognes, For sale by J. T. BosfWiCK. Pure White Lead, Boiled Oil and Varnishes, For sale by J. T. Bostwick. Needham's Patent Improved Breast Pumps, Goodyear's " " " " Dodson's India Rubber Syringes. Dr. Matteson'a patent elastic self-ejecting, syringes. Nit. Acid, Sulnh. Acid. Muriatic Acid. Acitic Acid. Hydrocandic Acid. Weber's Invigorating Cordial. Cordial de Lucine, Balm of a Thousand Flowers. Quicksilver, Pariara's Italian Remedy. Flea Powder, Crowell, Crane &Brighai_i'sCana- hary Seed. For sale by J. T. Bostwick. .^-Prescriptions putupatall hours, in French, Spanish and Latin. One Silver Plated Soda Fountain, AND FIXTURES, jjU For sale by [J. T. BOSTWICK. ;S_-Dr. Wbite-'s office will still bo here, where bis prescriptions will be put up is usual. I.os Angeles. Juue 18. 1H59. PHINEAS BANNING, For«'aiding; and Commission Me reliant, LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO. olO ■iivght forwarded to FORT YUMA, , SAM BlSpiVARtUxVO- li-ORT TiSJO.V, and all parts of tbe three Southern Countit his accustomed promptness. FORWARDING. Bed, having lensed the Sepulveda -an Pedro, is now ready to Receive liner of merchandise consigned to THE undei Lsinding and Haul all him „ WITH CARE AND DISPATCH, and upon reduced terms. JOSE RUBIO. Los Angeles, Oct. 10, 1859. ocl5 E. H. WORKMAN & BRO. Saddlers and Harness Makers, TEMPLE S MARBLE FRONT BLOCK, Will keep constantly on hand an assortment ol SaiMles, Harness, &c. _c. Rej.alrloy ilom, Willi i»r„ii,j>ti,ess. Oct. 2-lh, 1859. *S3__.I>__>X-__I_F__-. M. IIONTET* X.OS AMlELES STREET, In front of Corbitt <-_ 13-ii it i*i, HAS the honor to announce to the Public, that be still carries on his business at tbe old stand, as above, and having in his employment competent workmen, he is prepared to execute all orders with wbich he may be favored, in the Manufacturing of _j_iieHRi'ness,C'i.j-li'£«* R*~liftli'iiig,a>ia_>Ken(llng of all kinrts. Uo, everything in the Saddlery Business. Los Angeles, Aug. 1st, 1859. s. _j __. as __.:__ __>, IMPORTER, And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Freucli, English and American Dry Goods- Corner of Melius Row, Los Angeles. ocl LAVENTHAL & LETTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps and Shoes," Have removed to the new brick building iu Beau- dry's Block,. Corner of Los. A ngelcs ami Aliso streets, opposite Melius' Building, Where the public may be assured of procuring the cheapest and best goods, offered at 10 per cctit. On San Francisco cost. LAVENTHAL & LETTER. Los Angeles, Aug. 28,1858 Co-Partnership 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, iu this city. F. BACHMAN. D. M'LAREN. Los Angeles, Aug. 10th, 1859. Having purchased the Blacksmith nnd Carriage making business from JOHN GOLLER, the public are hereby notified that we will carry on the business in all of its brauches. at the old stand. M'LAREN & CO. Los Angeles, Aug. IS, 1869. THOM&^EiLLY, WOULD respectfully inform tbe citizens ofI.cs Angeles aud vicinity, that he is now prepared to execute all kinds of work connected with his business, embracing HOUSE SIGN, and CARRIAGE I» -A. 11*0" T X -KT G-, Alto, GLAZLMO, PAPER HANGING, Ac. Opposite Mr. l_i>J_*-'5 store, near the Round llOllK*-. All orders promptly attended to, and exoont__ with dispatch, seplO Thi? beautiful song is from an old play, "The Contention of Ajux and Ulysses," by James Shirley, in 1559. It was a favorite song Wiih Charles II, aud is one of the purest gems in cur language: The Equality of tlie Ctrave. H. JA_HJ8 SHIRLEY. The glories of our blood and state Are shadows, not substantial things; There is no armour against fate—■ Death lays his hands on kings. Sceptre and crown Must tumble down, And in tbe dust be equal made With the poor crooked scythe and spado. 5ome men with swords may reap the Held. And plant fresh laurels where they kill; But their strong nerves at last must yield, Tbey tame but ono another; still. Early or late They sloop to fate, And must give up their murmuring breath, When they, pale captives, creep to death. Then boast no more of your mighty deeds; Upon Denth's purple alter now. See where the victor-victim bleeds! Your beads must come To the cold tomb! Only the actions of the just Smell sweet, and bloom in their dust. Texas Legislature—Fight with Indians. New Okleass, Nov. 16.—The Texas Lcgisla* tore organized on the 7th, by the electiou of the Houston party officers. San Antonio advices of the 10th state that s battle took place onthe -th inst., between forty soldiers and volunteers, uudcr Lieut. Hagan, and the Indians. The latter were defeated, and Lieut. Hagan was badly wounded. From SXexleo- We have just heard from San Bias that Tepic has been tnked by tho Conservatives. Oorooaao, who commanded the Liberals, was Idled Id the fifiht, with mauy of his officers; in all eight hundred men were killed and wounded. Tbe Liberals lied towards Maznthui, The troops in San Blffi returned towards M»_atlaa, leaving tho port entirely evacuated and at the mercy of the other party. TheYacjui Indians had attacked the suburbs of Guaymas, kiling, it is said, sonme thirteen of the inhabitants of Sonora; some forty of the attacking Indians were killed in tho fight. Gov. Corwin anil the SJumlierslilr*. Cincinnati, Nov. 14.—The Dayton Journal makes an authoritative denial of the stateim-nl that Gov. Corwin is nota candidate for tho Speakership. It says that Corwin wishes it to be understood tbat he is a candidate, and tbat hia namo will be presented to the House. The Suspension bridge over the Sciota river, at Portsmouth, fell to-day, killing two men. AlbaSt, Nov. 16.—The Journal's figures make Jones, Democrat, for Secretary of State, 212 abend of Leavenworth, Republican. If tho Tribune's figures are correct, theu tlio Joiunal's tables show 742 majority for Jones. Up to this time iho counties received officially without New York, King's or Queen's counties, put Richmond, Democrat, and Utica nominee, for State Eimineer, 340 ahead of Story, Republican. As to Chapin, Republican, for Canal Commissioner, and Forest, lor Stale Prison Inspector, they both run ahead of Leavenworth. BY OVERLAND MAIL. Nkw Orleans. Nov. 9.*— The steamship Ctiiirlei! Morgan, bom Galveston, Nov. 11th. brings tbt affidavit of Win. Miller, who fled from Brownsville, dated Corpus Christi. Nov. 7th, which state- Circumstantially that Corliuas' band captured Brownsville on the ,11st ul... after five hours of hard fighting, and was in full possession of the town on the 1st of November. J. Marks & Co., who'esale dry goods merchants of this city, however, have letters direct from theii house at Brownsville, dated Nov. 2d, 5 p. m., stating- "no rein for Cements had yet arrived. Cortinas, however, has made no demonstration against US, We are hourly expecting the Rangers _nd Government troops '' Mr. Marks and others here say that Miller is entitled to no credit, end think that the Rangers and troops will reach Brownsville iu time to repel any attack. Marks' letters cause disbelief in the previous Corpus Christi accounts of the 31st nit. Five fires have occurred here since Saturday, three of Which, however, were of trilling extent. The other two were Ihe New Basin Row, consisting ol six stores, in Kempaut street; loss, $70,000. Also nine squares embracing eighty smalt buildings above Cbippawa street, in the Fourth Dis trict; loss, $100,000. Oue hundred families were rendered houseless by the latter fire, which was the work of an incendiary. A heavy gale is now raging along the coast. The weather is very cold here, and ice has made its appearance. The rebellion at Victoria, Mexico, had been quelled, and the leaders had been shot. The troops sent to quell it had marched. Degollado's headquarters were still at San Luis. The steamship Robert Waterman had been abandoned, and is a total loss. Her cargo is being plundered by fishermen. Snow fell in some parts of Mississippi on Sunday. There were three deaths from yellow fever in this city during last week. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 14.—Tbe New Orleans True Delta, of Friday, Bays Gen. Walker had arrived in that city, and proposes to take command of a party to relieve Brownsville. It is also reported tbat active movements are being made in portions of Texas to aid the inhabitants of that town against the attacks ol tbe outlaws. Nkw Okleans, Nov. 14.—The Picayune of tbe 12th says that Geu. Palfrey's brigade is willing to go to Brownsville, if the funds are provided by tbe public. The authorities of the city are doing nothing towards assisting the 1'exans, and the Picayune urges the city to furnish money for an expediiiou against the guerilla. From Washington. Washington, Nov. S.—The departure of Mr. McLane, to-day, for Vera Cruz, is au incident in our diplomacy worthy of note. He goes out with full instructions, and sanguine ot concluding a treaty, either ou the basis formerly proposed, or of geueral alliance with Mexico—an alliance both offensive and defensive, wbich will at once meet all tbe symptoms of disease iu the body politic of that most unfortunate Republic.—Mo. Rtpubiican. Washington, Nov. 15.—The Postmaster at Brownsville, writing to the Post Office Department, mentions that all the mail routes in that quarter had been made impassable by the forces acting under Cortinas. and the mail carriers had been made prisoners. He says this is emphatically a war of races and extermination. Judge Douglas'condition has improved within the last twenty-four hours, and his physicians con- sidor him better this morning. Washington. Nov. Ic.---The Board appointed by the Navy Department to examine Maynard's Breech Loading Carbine, say they think it recommends itself to a test ofthe naval service. Indian Troubles. We take the following from tho Aritonian of 24th#oveLnben— RoDDEKV ANO AltSON AT A M.UL StATIOV.—0 thenigbtof the 17th, a bold and dariug attempt was made by a iw»e pJirty of Indians, who were supposed to be Maricopas to murder the occupants of a mail station, known as Sutton's, located at tbe foot ofthe forty miledesert, on the Gila River, besides setting fire to the house, and stealing all the valuable stock ol tho Overland Mail Company, stationed ai that point. At the Caiion stutio:* of the Overland Mail Company, some sixteen miles from "Suttons," a party of Maricopas Indians, on the 19th, surprised the Company's herder, and took from him the cattle under his charge. A party of Apaches from Sonora visited the Cassa Blanco Ranch a few miles this side of Fort Buchanan, on tbe evening of tbe 16th, and succeed in stealing some nineteen bead ol fat cattle, belouging to Mr. Ellis of San Ignacio in Sonora. Fortunately the cattle being wild, the Indians fearing pursuit were obliged to leave tbem. W_e__EO_ the Royal Chnrtcr. It is our painful duly record the loss of the of 450 of her passengers and crew, which occui red during the gale on the morning ol Wednesday, the 20th October, in Red Wharf Bay, which is ' uated about three miles to the Westward of fulfill Island, fctenai Straits, and six or seven to the northwest of Beaumaris, on the coast of Wales, some four hours sale fom Liverpool. Tliis catastrophe, has in a marked manner cast a gloom over this town; and in London a painful sensation was experienced on the distie.sing oc currence being made known there. The United Stutim ami Nicaragua. The following letter is*; Irom ihe late United States Minnister to Nicaragua, General Lamar, and gives a very Satisfactory account of the relations existing between the two countries: Galvbsto-n, Sunday October 2,1859! Oknti.mbn:—In reply to your inqlries. I am happy to state that a treaty between the United States and Nicarngrta has been ratified by the latter government, and is acceptable to ours, by which the door to peaceful and friendly emigration to Nicaragua is opened to Americans. This has laid the foundation for a return of confidence between the governments: it is ample iu its provisions for the protection of our citizens, in life, property and religion; it is made in good faith on tbe part ol'Niearagun, and if violated by her can be enforced by onr Government, without hazarding tbe respect, of other nations. Should any inconsiderate citizens of ours forego iheir nationality, by marauding npon a Government which is now in good relations with our own, it will bo only a revival of thebucaneering of a past ngp, when force and not reason, was the rule of nsitio-is. The Administration has accomplished all in ils negotiations with Nicaragua that imyht to ho desire by Americans; and if (be result haa been tardily reached, the delay by that Government is due quite as much to the dread br filibuster invasion as to Kuropean intrigue or mennce. Two questions alone remain to lie settled; tlio claims ol our citizens against the Government, and the opening of the Transit route. The former wil! be adjusted. I have no doubt, to the satislac- tion of all parties by joint commission of both Goverinents, and with regard to the latter, although some difficulties continue to exist, which may be further complicated, still much Is to bo hoped from the intelligence and recent experienco of the leading men of Nicaragua, when appealed to by the justice, aa well as energy of our Government. Iu haste, very truly votiri, MlltABI'lAi; B, LAMAR. To tbe Hon. D.ivin G.. Buhni-it, Gun. Hugh Mc Lkod, aud W. Riciiauiwon, I'k*. The Steamer Cortes. The Atlantic nnd Pacific steamship company's steamer Cortes, after a considerable detention, arrived safely at -Sau Francisco last week. We copy the following, wbich duly accounts lor her protracted absence :*— Memokand..—The Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company's steamship Cortes. R. II. Horner, commander, left Panama November 9, at 10:,'J0 a. m., with 553 passengers and United States mails, from New York. October 20, per Company's steamship North Star, and passengers and United States mails from New Orleans, October 23. via Havana, per Company's steamship Daniel Webster. The Cortes was detained iu consequence of the North Star running on a coral reef, October 25, at 4 A. M.. olf Plana or French Key (one of the Bahama group of islands), sitiiatid on the western side of Mumguiim, passage, where she lay for 6 dnys and 10 hours. After throwing overboard some 450 tons coal and lightening the ship by landing the passengers on the island, she was finally got off uninjured, and the passengers re-embarking, she proceeded on her voyage, stopping at Kingston, Jamaica, for coal and provisions, and arriving at Aspinwall November 8. The steamship Daniel Webster carried for New York most of the passengers that left San Francisco October 20, per steamship Uncle Sam. November 14 and 15, off Te- hunantepec, encountered a most severe gale from the North, with a terrific head sea. Old shipmasters pronounced the weather to be moreboisterou:: than any tbey had ever experienced ou the Pacific. The ship behaved beautifully. November 17. at 8 a. m., arrived at Acapulco : took in coal and provisions and left same day at 10:30 l*. m. From thliin. A letter from Sliangliae. dated August 2d, saya that the Cited Slates steamship Powlmlten, witli Minister Ward, had just arrived from Peiho. Tho following statement was furnished by her offlofiTS: On the Kith of July the Powhatten was anchored oifPeiting, when an Imperial edict arrived that the American Minister and his suit of twenty should bo escorted with all honor to Pekin. On the 2Qlb, Mr. Ward and suit landed, were received by an escort and conducted to Pekin with every show of respect. They first traveled forty- five miles across the country in covered carts, striking the Piho ten miles above the Tzu Telng- theiiGe. proceeded in junks within eleven miles of Pekin. whence they again took carta to the capital. Tho trip occupied eight and ahalf days. Remained at Pekin fifteen days, during whiJi timo they were confined to their quarters, uot as prisoners, for they were at libertyat any moment to walk oui. Tbe Commissioner refused them tho una ofborses and guides, l.aving it optional with Mr. Ward to remain or not, as he pleased. Tliey would doubtless, however, have closed tho gates entirely, had not Mr. Ward (alien a linn stand at tha fir-st interview,s;.y ing, that as soon as his airVtiiSfview and demand liis return under escort. It seems the Emperor was very anxious to see Mr, Ward, but that lie also insisted upon his performing kalew, that is, prostrating him-elf ninu times with his head to the ground, which was positively refused. The result was, that on the I4ib dny it was finally concluded to receive the President's letter at Pekin, and send Mr. Waid back to Petting to Change treaties, and the next day they returned. At Petting, oil the 16th, the treaties were exchanged, and an English prisoner named John Powell was given up, having proclaimed himself an American. The United States steamers Mississippi anil Powbaltan were at Shanghai, and the Toirewan at the Gulf of Peieheli, aud the Georgetown a* Japan. Tuk Pionkeh Pukss.—Much discussicn has followed the letter of Sam Brannar* in which he stripped the borrowed plumes from the "husband of the mother of the wile ofthe king of Cubans, Don Estaban Santa Cruz de la Muscovado Senor Grandissinio Oviedo;" said discussion being an inquiry into the history and present location of the pioneer press upon which Brannar), and uot Lieut Bartlutt printed tbe first newspaper in California. There is a chance that it has been at last tracked to its burial place, according to tho following letter in the Union: St. Georok Hotnm Sacramento, Dec. 1. EniToit IJnIon: As the question of "Who has the Pioneer Press?" seems to have created considerable newspaper comment, and not without success. I would state for the purpose of enlightening tbe public and those most interested—tbe California Pioneer.—that the whereabouts of the "original Press" has been ascertained, Samuel Brannnn, of San Francisco has received a letter from tlm Sutter Creek Foundry, informing him that a portion of tbe frame had been broken up, but the plates, and other larger portions, were in the pos- session of the proprietors of tbe foundry, who e very kindly offered to forward them to Mr. Brannaii.' The reel has been turned into a gavel for the Royal Arch Chapter of that place. Arrival ok Railroad Cars.—Hy the ship War- hawk, from Boston, says the Sacramento Onion, C. L. Wilson & Co., received 1537 bundles, packages and car stock, including the passenger-ems for the California ventral Raihoad. Tbe cars, etc. II therefore be on hand in good time tor the opening of eighteen miles of the road in January. The Oregon Statesman. i.j in favor of the establishment of an Overland Mail from SauFianeiseo to Portland and Pnget Sound. Tun Unitbd Status MilITia—The military force of the entire country is officially stated at two million seven hundred and seventy-six thousand seven hundred and seventy-six. A formidable number fruly ; yet, to render such an army effective in actual battle, we think that more regard must be paid to discipline, drill, familiarity with the use of weapons, and some change in the habits of life. How many militia meetings are there in dill'erent States, that are only intended by a, few officers as a mere matter of lormal routine, and almost without men of rank or file I In New York and one or two oilier great cities, the mils- i are considered as burlesques, while ibe "mili- fines" aro extremely un popular, and very imperfectly paid all over the Union. Tho real trength ol a country however, in a military sense, s to be found in the spiritof the people. And in this view of tho mailer, doubtless, an English officer of distinction, who hsd traveled among us, was induced to say: "In no nation of the world could un army be more promptly improvised than in lhe United Slates," The Boston Traveler, iu closing an able review on the subject, observes that "we think wo do not err when we say that We have the same superiority over any other nation we are in the least dauber ot coining into conflict with, that the French luive over the Ausslrianw, becausoour position and our iiisljtutions favor the development of powers Or the individual man, aud give him a cause for which to light wiih all his heart, noul aud strength. The French were victorious, because they believed they could not be vanquished ; and though there ifl such a thing us being too confident, all mililnry history proves that, nine times in ten, confidence is 'an own justification, and the parent of triumph." Democratic ..kntimhnt.—The last Washington Cons/iuttim copies articles Irom sixteen democratic papers—eleven published in nonslavehobling nnd live in slaveholdiug Slates—in which Judge Dougla's views on popular Sovereignty are condemned, and those Of Judge Black in his reply commended. The great body ol Northern Democracy, as well as the Southern, hold that the question of slavery cannot be determined until the people of the Territory assemble it) convention to form a -State constitution; and that ineawbik', slaves being on the same footing with other property, are entitled to equal protection with other property. We understand Judge Douglns to dissent Irom this doctrine.—N. C. Standard. The changes which have been Wleoli.d in (he channel of the American, north of Sacramente- snys the Union, bave not only Seriously Injured theburbur in the Sacramento, bni ilnc;iten iu a short time to turn the river inlo BHaiei ;.■!■-■..■. Detective officer Chappelle was set upon lately and badly beaten by a nft of rowdies', whom lie wns attempting to rc>-;traiu from lighting. He was nearly killed by the ruffians. Upwards of twenty members of Congress are uow in Washington, and others have i*eeu bee 10 make arrangements and accommodation-: during the setiion. Haven't yuu imisln.-d scaling til at Bull yet Sam V "No muster, 'tis a very largv om;." "Oh well, you bare had time to scale a muiiiili-ii1,," 'fiifsse men usually tail, moat who ate in the greatest men lui ibirknes-j ; frogd .ease ' heir croaking when light is brought to n a water .'is!,.-. Mai;i:iai,)■;."■ T_W y.:.F- tbrtWg- ivbtoli (behi-ppy luvisr leave, his- enohanled regions und return*! to earth. _4_4;*i«+W3
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 9, no. 31 , December 10, 1859|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Greatness", "The equality of the grave", "By overland mail", "From Washington", [col.4] "Indian troubles", "The steamer Cortes", "The pioneer press", [col.5] "The United States and Nicaragua", "From China", "The United States militia", [p.2]: [col.1] "The attack on Brownsville", "Important from Mexico", "The Harper's Ferry affair", [col.2] "The Baltimor election", "The senatorship", [col.3] "The great 10,000 match game of billiard", "Correspondence", "Murder of Mr. John M. Grey at Fort Tejon", [col.4] "Blackwood's Magazine -- October", [col.5] "Sheriff's sale"; [p.3]: [col.1] "Delinquent tax list, for the State and County, for the yaer 1859"; [p.4]: [col.2] "State of California, San Bernardino County. The people of the State of California, to H. M. Wallace".|
|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 1859-12-04/1859-12-16|
|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. 31 , December 10, 1859|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m477|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Repository Name||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Filename||STAR_631; STAR_632; STAR_633|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
A M.USXU'ICKXT A.'-SSOTRMENT OF
Ladies Dressing Gases,
CANDIES, _e. _...
HELLMAN & CO.
TIIE undersigned would most respectfully ln-
(bno tbe public, that they keep on band* for
sale, at their
NEW STORE, TEMPLE'S ELOCX,
Blgln Street, Lua A-ik-Iis.
A large ast-ortment of
Hooks and .Stationery,
COXtfasofQ di pa*t
Miscellaneous nnd Stands rd Works, cheap pub j
locations, in connection witb a
nilE DEMAND FOB THI
ARTICLE OF BEL™™ ..
_™a8 more than ton fold every rear. Tho mori
, .... f: ■■"■ ■'■"■'"■"'- f.-^F :-!JL'*.:'i--.i;,u.*._iuU.iiir_
■--■-' no equal,
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nrrao^.ttiouU to have a eoS-tant rapplv direct from Un
s , Isillr! * * J
: wn ■'-':"..'"':':";-r-;'; _J every lUpM brrafoMOf
'; ■"-*-■' HAIR, bS LACE,
N. 0, MOSS, bom SPRINGS
TWiyt. MAWRBBB do
Aod E7pbeteterer_- Needles, aseorted sizea.
l.'r'siiiri'.- in [''iimil urn nn-] );--.;,■'■ in„. -.v;r.rf t-in-.-- 'my tliin^ in
"'(,"'"■■ '*"■ '"SH-r-irull., |Itvi[,,, :„;.;,,. „,.. . -ail
l(j->- '' — --11 ■'-■<-■ !--■>' !'■■::! tin; isouii-ry promptiy liUcr,-*.-
P t: L U W A B E II o D 8 E ,
101 Battery Street.
0Bl>ia3 JACOB SCEtftElBBB.
, T T
^ST_U_L__B__0 IX l-!.^!).;
S. W. MOORE,
No. 110 California street, betv.*oon
Montgomery and Sansome,
HAS FOii S.U.K '.he „,.,.,t .\to„.ive variety „f
KITCHEN GARDEN, FIELD,
FKl'IT and TREE SEEDS,
ix cM.ivoP.siA, ixci.niixi;
30,000 lbs. Pure Alfalfa or Clilll Clover Seed,
■> -<- _• * -n .-.i--.,- i ibe whole et-tem
.--.ii:r].;.-.,-s.;. McGnlli'-", Town'*-. Web*;!.-.!- ,i. ana H_U'a'v'ine«-ki:
other modern B0DO&1 tStfSH j I.tffte., (lap, Drawing,'
'Tracing, Colored ami Wrapping Pap.fa ; Blank
i-ir.s.s. Fancy Guiji'I.- ^-.r■ ■■ I IV-fl'iiLier,-.
A Large Stock of Jewelry,
und un endless variety of
CANDIES, TOTS, Sfa,j tfc.
A\r.o, Wttll Paper, Window Glass, and a splendid
Chewing and .Smoking Tobacco. .S'nulf, g.uub-'j
Mearabaum, and other Pipes, Ac, ,.c.
All of which they offer for sale at unprecedented^ low prices. HELLMAN & CO.
P. S.—Newspaper si from all part.*; of tho Slates
and Europe, aa well an the latest publication*, regularly received hy every steamer. <]!2
NEW GR6CERY STORE.
HOBBS,GILMORE St. CO.
BEG TO INPOBM the public of Los Angels.-.-
and vicinity, that tbey bare opened a store
On '.os A.\i..-:r,i-.*» BTRSIBT,
West Side, Opposite Don .Manuel Retjuena's
For the sab.1 of
Liquors, l'rovisions, Ac. &c.
IVWm ! LUMBER! LUMBER!
OKDESfi ffit Lumber, of all descriptions for
building. _;c., will be filled by the un-dersigned,
either on commission, or on own account.
BOXES of all kinds forKiilc.
HOBBS, OtLUOBB & 00. Los Angeles.
Loff__oge*«j Jan. 23, 1899.
.acii corrector, these Bitters
storing the vital energy of
:o _etl ■__- .___. axr _p >s
A Sa general gtomac
A have unequal in n-
„ ... full taken before meals will
prove certiiin euro for Dy ipep.ia, disp dling
BfltnleBOylao^ oppression of tbe chest, while they
impart to an impaired appetite a keen relish tor
Aa h V.'iiiii ];itter, for the use of Hotels and Res-
taurants, tliey will be found iiidippensble, render-
l;i all !, :■■■ "i -■:'■■ - truly deii.sihiful, ij An-; a purely
vr.;''.;i;ii)|i.i compound, entirely free from any perui
OfonS coloring matter.
Piirelias-i.TH will please observe the name "CRY
,lNT>,STO.M.I0HI;lTTBfia'; preyed on each
bottle and cap. and hco that the autograph signature is on the label.
G. N. BRYANT, New York.
-Agents for ..an Francisco:
3m aug-27 WM. NEWELL A CO.
or THE NtfB- CSOf*.
HYACINTHS. TULIPS. LILIES, and other
\\\V. ui.iiiirjiii-iiisil, l'roi:i his Inug o\|it;ricuc_ in the hu-
jiin■.■:(«, un-.i iiisi i.'.\li.-n:sii-i- f-.ciliLicj_ for procuring liis
il from the best .scn-d growers in the United ^isiisi-s"
-\:v.;:e: (ujd .[-:ii:;'!ss.-i'';, isf:,;il>led to sell at Jower prices than
it ,ii.]i.-r ho
Dta of Wells, Fsirsro & Co'a and Freeman _ Co's
iin- hiirnlii- iLulsiiiris/.-d to act sis A.-jOiits for tin*
nili.'rssi'.-iidd yw inking: orders for *.0(:d.i auJ rtic'_-ii.'ii:>;-j for
ui-'soi-'. by ins.iil i'.lso ]u-oni]illy nt1eo'li:-d to. A libi-n:!
duraennt -.-,■ HI be o_fcde to the trade. I'lirticulsir attention
given lo the careful piicking of SeedM for abipment. Your
early order, are BoHoited, vMcb shall hare iuir.ioiliat
-nsiVaithfulattonlion. S. W. WOOltE,
-soed H'lirehoii.e. HO California street.
•F--F:o>: ■■- <■■: ei.-.-iIh eontsiiiiiiis- His) I'ss ;.-■;■;■ for r-slsiiiiirj;.
i socb aaaortmentH s;s i^eslMd, irUl br' t'nrnithod. eSB 8
SGHIBDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS !!
Ibcs.- tewJJfcbfl niteiifioij of t he .\Isrc!*.iiit;ioI'California and Orogon to a Superior Article of
Manufactured by .Myself Exclusively,
AT SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND,
A.-iii !o DiFF.rtijt'i.Fi ilfivin ■:):,ynj oih^r Al;:t;k<>iw S!i:n:i/c:U !.;: IJ,-. v.ioriv. I i/iirt: -HAhi- name of
SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHKAPrS.
is the PUKETI\'CTUi::i-: OF JONIPEE, distilled from the T.EST BAHLKV tlui.t os,..,
1 by the oommoii hiirsh borry, but by the ohoiiso bot:-mi_:i,l
*" * "'" ' ' '- lissiillciian.l reotlBed witb itij-p_
,"'-) AX1» AKUjIA, siUo-etherlru
flavored and medicated,
To Toamsters and Others.
I'atenl An tl-File (.ion Ax 1 <--&__ use.
NOT Ai'FisXT[-:ii B_ HKAT Oil COI.P.
HIS ARTICtE vTILT, NOT THIN IX HOT CLIMATES,
nor thicken or harden in cold. The siiason ofiuterh'
: _i.ommunic.-i.! ion with the Miuint- Pistric-'- having opened the uabscriberK tafee this opfjuirtunity' of thanking
ON and after the !Hb day of this monili. the nn-
dersigned will receive and forward freight
I'rotn San J'edro to Los Angeles lor the follow-
S, IJootP, A'hoes, Jrp.
Iron, Coal, Ace,.,.
>:: l.mply Cus-kn, , .
,81 00 par loo lbB
78 cents. ■' "
.. 94 00 per ton meas-
..$7 ,r)0 per ton rneas-
tU per M
U6S to San Pedro.,.CO
1 than 2000 lhe $1 00
nl in:.; Climber.
.rding from Lof
cents per 100 U>a.
" In qtiautities 1
per 100 ft*.
Lunibei' tl 60 per M. feet
Liirli'oi'fiKo •? 1 (io per ton
No deduction from the above pricee, if Lhe gooda
aro delivered at -San Pedro,
San Pedro, April 11, 1850. _p9
DR. L. J. CZAPKAY'S
Private Mtillenl nml Surgical Iiiatltute-
Saerumento street, below Montgomery, opposite
the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office
Ivit'i'oli.-shr-il ii! 1-.>[, forth" [i-rinaui'tit cure of all pri-
..ito siiul chrmiic '".is.ssises, and for the .suppression oi
liuaH'crv. Ai'.cn-iiii^ ami I'.e-sident I'liysician, L. J.
I /.M'FW. AF.).. l*te in the Eduwarian Ks-volutionarv
ffar. Dhi-f Phyalelan to the 20tb Kr-.-im-ni. at Henveds.