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JUNK. "First-born of Summer, artless as the rose That Irom the bosom of the changing earth GatherelU beauty of immortal worth — Comes June, aud 'long a flow'ry pathway strews Joy-tinted thoughts, unrivaled but by those Tnat prompt the lowly heart to venture forth From Sorrow's vale, lar up the hill ot Mirtb. To where the flowers of Poeay repose. Oh, June ! thy charms I lover-like adore, And, like the roses that as sweetly blow By cottage gate, as by the palace door. My simple soul, unversed in wisdom's lore, Would fain entwine a garland for thee now, And p&udly bind it on thy queenly brow 1 Owen Meredith, in his new novel, Luclle, says : We may live without poetry, music, and art; We may live without conscience, and live without heart ; We may live without friends ; we may live without books ; But civilized man cannot live without cooks. He may live without bocks—What js knowledge but grieving ? Ho may live without hope—What is hope but deceiving ? He may live without love—what is passion but pining? But where is the mau that can live without d.ning? IMPORTANT TO Housekeepers, linkers, Miners, And all others who disire to have good Bread. Ilce:i'lp.'sfoi-m-i"kliii;Ki"*"i*'<l, IHscult.oiany Is It id of Ciikf, Pot-ple, I'lc-cvus), Corn Bread, &V. SELF-RISING FLOUR, To make Bread and Cake with Sour Milk: mi* KA*:H FOUND (ill ijUAKT OF FLOUR. ADD ONE _L heaping teaxpoonful of B. T. BABBITT"!'* punt SALE- KATlJ.-t, iiml ivliiU stilt is ri'quij'i'il. Mix wi-11 lusrei-lier dv- ua suing till through ;i seive. Tlinn ftdd aa much sour milk M will make the dough the usual thickness, make it into small loaves antl bake at onee. JJIIS.I":* (.TIONS For making Ihe very bent and pOvest Teatt Powder, for Baking Powder t T.-ike one pound of B. T. Babbitt's Bai«rat\ja and two AMERICAN EXCHANGE SANSOME STREET, Opposite American Theatre. simon h,7eymour PROPRIETOR. THE "UNBEEtSIGNED. long connected with tin li-htneiit as [ionk-kt?t'|ii.-f. be^ leave respectfully to in form tb.- tit,]) L'ATKONH of'the hottse. uno Uiu IH.'DI.IU t;K\'l-'i;ALLY, that lie has leased from Mr. BAIUtY SARGENT THIS MAGNIFICENT ESTABLISHMENT, whioh will in future bfl entirely untler his man. antl control, and wtterehe will ba pie a Bed to nel frienils and tbe traveling public. Iff fhit lcr>htm.- his experience in tbe .usine>s. tui'l his biup ac'iu; tsciL .ving the expenst Go,, Spanlsb Proverb*. Water that has run by turns no mill. Love, a horse, aud money, carry a man through the world. Three tilings kill a man —a hot sun, supper and trouble. Three daughters and a mother arc four devils for a father. The swallow is fled—the opportunity Ib gone. To shave an ass is a waste of lather. If the gossip is uot in her own house, she is in Bome body else's. Never call a man a fritter maker. Don't speak ill of the year till it is over. Every race has its liar, wanton and thief. The mother in law forgets she was once a daughter in law. One cannot ring the bells and also walk in the procession. He is very punctual—at dinner. A mewing cat is- no mouser. The best friar ip one who has been a soldier. She must be fond of greens who kisses the gard- ner. Where the besom grows, the ass is foaled that •will eat it. He was brought up between cotton. 'Welareboth carriers; we shall meet again on the road, (an admirable warning to meu who injure others, who may have the power to retaliate dim gerously.) Proud op Thk Chs.pt .—VYe see by our exchanges from New Jersey, that the type setters are felicitating themselves upon the apparent morality of tlieir craft. One of these papers remarks: "Tbe printers of New Jersey boast lhat tbere is not a single printer in the State Pcisou of the State, and but one iu the Legislature. B. T. BABBITT was tho flpat man who made Yeast "Po del*, and well knows tltey will not keep good three months: when you get ihem from tne stores are not fresh, because they pass through so many h before Uiey reach the customer. TO MINER S . cttons for mailing Prepared or Balf Rising Aom ■h for the couvenien. lbe Hotel to convey pas- SIMON II. SEYMOUR. FJBUBNCH, Wtt-SON &. CO., MAKE TMK Bl-ST Clothing and Furnishing Goods. ONE PRICE! Setailing at Wholesale Prices! ITY WOULD !10 WELL ..AT CHEER" HOUSE. Nos liy. 118, WO 121, and 122 Sacramento St.—JSos. S5, 87, 80, and 9* ' 'Leidstforff sueetj sajn l'KAlNClSCO. ., superior accommodation;!, can always secure tliein at tho IEKK'* HOUSE, ently been made to the buildings of this highly popular place of Entertainm ; locution !; ■al, and well adapted to the ; and also the free use of a Large READING BOOM PURE CHEMlCAli* e. uud may be had of a JOHN I). WiSFO & CO., Sole Agents, 48 California street, Large additions have and favorably known throughout tliis and the Atlantic State: eomtnodation of till cln**<.■.- of patrons. ' llrv.aKrOur.iGiiA Ir.tvr orrn rrr.r.ut y made in the lates of HOARD AND 1.0]H*1M. A large P1RF-PUOOP SAwB is kept in the office, for the use of the ptitronr Superior lJ:ithin),' Accommodations are connected with this Hou. and LIBRARY I .,. ,, . , ,., J, It-y:- lit OMNIliU;-* wit It the name of the Hvuse painted on if. will always be wrufnig on Uie arrival ol tlie fc, tea to convey passen-ei-s and their hsiggtiijc to the House. FREE OE 'JHARliE I WO RUNNERS KMPLOYKB. BOARD, (per week] »5,00 I LODGING, (per night) 50 to 75 cents. (per day). 1,00 HAT1IS, each 26 cents. LODGING, (per week) 2,3,&4,00 jSGr-SIIIIW'I'.I: BATHS E»FK-e» ocl.,1 IX. B WOODWARD. Proprietor FREEMAN & SIMPSON'S Old Magnolia Whiskey. THE UNDERSIGNED is receiving this standard brand o fine Whiskey, direet from Messrs. Freeman & Simp Mitt 1'1-uiiivel W ■;",,!" tv, iv ., i,;,vill(.s-v. ^chu-lkiUKiv rr i'. ml ,.>;-„,s it r,.r safe- in b ,j-rels and half barrels, in lot to suit. The penuine OkD MAGNOLIA whiskey ElUCXCll, WILSON , DR. liOSJENBAUM'S STOMACH BITTERS. —FOR TIHi CURU OF— Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Consumption, Loss oj 'Appetite.or ariij Bilious Complaints arising from a '.Morbid Action of the Stomach or Bowels. I'll give that ful low a piece of my mind !" exclaimed a certain young lady iu New York, a while ago. "I wouldn't1' replied her uucle, "you've none to spare." A Wise man paid that there ia but one perfect woman at a time upon the earth. Many a man thinks he has her, but the really lucky lellow knows that he has. Recalling the follies of one's past life is a profit-, less away enough of posing the time, tends ter make a mat morbid and to lessen tlie self respect evry one should possess. Better walk out into (lie fresh air and think of the future, than eit down in your chamber and hrood over the past. capacity of 400 bar- Arey of FldC Will-;'key, Ilnt- S. C. SHAW, ,reet. San Erancisco. ,;,»_.. 1.' to put l F O R San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, San Pedro and San Diego. ON and alter the first of April, and until further notice, the California Steam Navigation Company's steamship ^a SENATOR, T. ty. SEBLEY COMMANDER, Will Make two trips per month on the Southern Coast, leaving Broadway Wharf, On the 3d and 18th of each Month, AT 'J O'CLOCK, A. M. t^** Bills of Lading will be furnished by the Ppreer on board. For freight or passage apply on board, or at the office of the California Steam Navigation Company, is. o h x* :e2 :o-?g$ fas=graa PIANO B mm WAMEROOM^ Sansome Street, San Erancisco, Extending from Clay to Commercial St.. TURNERS' EXTKA RASPBERRY SYRUP. Manufactured from pure juice of Raspberries, and is equi One at New York;*, One at Buffalo, Ne'WToi'k', And tlie 3iT at San Francisco, Cal., Built specially foe our business, in the most complete Ginger Wine, Rlttcklx'ri'y llraudy, Cltoi-t-y llnuiily, Wormwood Cordial, li L RAIMOND, COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 105 Front street, (Between Washington and Met chant streets,) SAN FRANCISCO, will give particular attenti on to tlie Purciiase and Shfpineat) as well as to tlie BAtitBI OF *M13*RCHANI)I**"B A*VI> PRCOUcE- E. RAIMOND havinn been established in Sun Francisco since 1849, and haviii^r been con- tinuallv engaged in Hie Commission btiBineeiH Ior Merchants and Producer? ol the Soulhcrn nnd Northern coast of California, at, well us with that of Oregon and Washington Territoiies, feels confident that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to parties who may entrutt their hnsiuess to his fare. jylfi U.E corner of Front and Jnckai je9 J. WitlTXEY, Prcaidcnt cr; SECOND FLOOR Betnll Stoves, 178 WnsHUi^lo . Sln:;:t. an a 278 Stoofcton Street. OMKTA.NTLY reettivintr llie h«sl Frencli, Ktijfli?h, Ger- tun and American "PIA1VOS, and selling them at Uv below those of any other Music BtOBe in Cali 1 '"PORCELAIN "WARE, FANCY GOODS. AND TOYS. is, tliat a-17-ly NonoB.—Tie sec et of Mi Kol lie Jhni.< for Cash. iJSg- Call and esa. mine—it IH THE DISTB JOHN RAINS, ' FIRST JCni'.'lAl DR. ADOLPHUS' ANTI-RHEUMATIC CORDIAL, AND HEALTH RESTORATIVE, IS THE MOST VALUABLE AND UNSURPASSED REME- tirely v^i.'ht■)"'.>, tlmt sivill superse entibletl to offer the above reward, oi ing usei.l the aljnvij ni'v.licine Tv" ■> ;. and lus never known it to fail tn t protracted cities of Ritittimtilismant: all known remedies to tlie profeasio ia known, and riglitly celo!jr;it(>il Un''- \,\a--' i. ,", f ; ,',', .' able to see him penon&lljr, or to t] rid of a disease, whieh iher h.iv» .' suit of their tlailj callin.a—only tint una tie the Doctor to give the above ti and at such turns tbat every suffer bled to reap its benefits As a He;ilt ue supersedes all the mineral weall fornia, and is creating a revolntitji lent of i.U;ca~ijs throtighout the w T-^J Ustablished in 1B%9. RARIIBTT & SUEKWOOD, ARE constantly receiving, by every steamerthe most splendid stock ot WATCHES ASI) JEWELRV everiiaportedinto this State. Our Watchesoan- not be surpassed I'or substantial ity and tim1"- keeping. Oar Jewelry is selected with the £6 tesl care.and none but the mosi taetefn) x*oo Js i atie ot the finest gold are allowed to leave our et ab Hshment. We fuauufacture on the premises. We arethe inventors of the art, and keep ahead ol' all competition WATCH REPAIKING is done by the best workmen, under our own in spection.and warranted for one year. Watcfrei for repaiiseut to us by Express are attended to promptly. BARRETT & SHERWOOD. 135 Montgomery street, between Clay and Commercial streets, jy26 tf SAN FRANCISC ) OMXE-t. BOTES iE%m*m FOREST WINE BITTERS Tlie Gi-reatest Iltinedy of like Age FOLi, THE CURE OK Dyspepsia, Over Ooinplaint, Weakness otttie StomacH Or any Derangement of the Digestive Organs THEY REGULATE AND PREPARE THE STOJtACH Tt TURWEit BRO'S, Corner Front and Broadway Sts., SAN FRANCISCO. 'I'-Si lilliES! TUBWEB8' GINGER WINE. riliS AIMICLK it intmuiiirttired from jinre White Wine tin: best and matt pleanftot tonlo wwr [ntroaiiced j nnd is m inviU n't!.- rsmsdy tat Dygpewtt, [a'd1g«atlon, and for :ill disea-tes wlier" n genllc sttimihuil i.i required, to bring tlift systeni into healthy action. Ouc Million -Oniioiis, in Barrels jinil discs, Sold Annually, ThougWut the world, thereby proving its vneouoied un,\ iraG.il tiT'i-its. It G'aa i-eeei oil Uie itupn-btLlioii oi" thu ittnl Ftcidty throughout the Uuited, States nnd vher- ever known. We cmition all oonaomen of &ISGER WIN'K to exam- ino tlit: 1-iliel, ;is< none tu'o ^ontiine v:;r.i')A snoli ns have on tHeni oiti-(tn?r:u-(-l nOrtrnTtsin a circle, siiri-funirld bv the ftillowiiig su,>or-" riittiont: TIJUVEIW ClNtlKlt WINE, prepared by Tupnet brothers. New York : Bullsilo New Gn-k ; .1. i 1 vui iM-in-i-en, Cltfei-tlia. ap28m Wood3 Eddy -^ Co's OLD AND RELIABLE Dolaware & Gsorgia LOTTEEIES Lotteries on the COMBINATION, and others on the Havana or SINGLE NUMBERplans SPIiKN»rD S€JI3EMES, WITH CAl'lTAL PfiiZEB OF $70,000!!! - - $50,000 !!! And numerous others, ol smttller denominattOBB, Will bti drawn at Angusta, Ga., ami ^Vilmi*«stoi-|,OeI. Under the superintendence of Bworn c<*m miss lone re, every WEDNl^DAY and ^aTUIUiAY of ettch week. Tbe Delaware State Eotteries : ONE GRAND SCHBME "per .Month, with $1110,1100 Tickets, S20 enelt. Halves, Qaattets, and Eighths ii T»e Single Nuinl>cv lotteries (Antliori/eil by the Slutt: of Georgia0 ONE (JfiAND SCHEME PER MONTH, with 5100,000 l<Ty & Co.'s L< omwi/ street, i i Sr 0oM Exprt ry Office, tis No. % in and ter tin ties, ^crofttloit Dropsy, and all Nervous withstand and bailie the s learned physicians in tb whose very name if a ten the patient, this medicini existence, and han cured they appPttred like being and, in fact, : ' ota id t ■ewas actually ii i- digestive organs a whenever the_ have lost, through tin Talue dtd reside; if tin me lic'tte when you] your blood is impure : it will surely act on your bow Take thin medicine when you have a cold, ami it wtlliit you perspire freely, lake this medicine when your urinary organs are disordered, nud il will iict on your kttlnevi —it penetrates every part of your body, sea-ches et-ett HEALTH lIV.SrdilATSV!-;"! The ]':,.,■ ,)r, ,■,■'.:',i G ;,v,,r-;'■ ! ,Vii il patent medicine, wishes it to be understood that the above medicine is no such thi ult ; but tliat lie lias through the introduction of this medicine, with its treatise and directions for use, made every sufferer to be liis own physician in Uie above named diseases. Thinking it under my dignity to follow the mode of quacks by appending certificates of physicians nr private persons which it is too well known, cut! bn hart for certain renmtierations, applications tn friends, or bv the mode of boring a man half to death, for even tho most worthless trash. I will, therefore, leave it to them in want of medicine to inquire personally of men that have been cured bv my medicines i Ue found in almost ie State. I consider rior to certificates of own to them in want i care Tor written tps- le cures perform' of the above t • very citv or fillagfl thi sueh personal ooavtetiei persons that are far froi of medical a'd. But ino timotiialsor certificates! my medicine, they may ■ them certificates of trut STATE OE C.U.TFOKXU. ' LOSAMtkl.!;-;(':,,- The -notion of S'WintifT for a 'Turner's Forest Wine Bitters" re sure to regulate the Stomach, the main avenue to the 'eakl. t well ; ,th< ■ in.ls o fools, t,tu-k.- as well as i 8 been any the Hat n Ddl willsh. merit, which have been portnti" ally, I h dial, tin eelr.bral ther •da lists ed i this , d ha n sysietn, whieh it neci the action of disease of !, although it isa very pc very strong action on the hu sarily must have to ovi such malignant charact For sale by ADOLPHUS k JUNGF.TUIAN, "in Montgomery street., tltrce doors from Hush, And by all the Hn.tggisU in the city. je9m3 Dr. H, R. MYI.ES, Agent for Los Angelas. i the cam -Her"!.flpr our FORK- ituredfrom White Wi Scld wholesale, by cle introduced that ha; , and heen so highly ap ■itters. They have'beet e sale has inoreased sr buildings, covering ove e public, (afterthis date a ("splendid and very es leportrait of each mem WINE BITTERS will b , which make-- a decide, otlier Hitters in tho Uni TURNER BKOTIIERS Corner Washington and Franklin streets. N. Y Niagara, street, llu.ffalo, N. Y Owner Broadway and Prorit sts., San Francisco. Cal And for sale by Merchants and Druggists every where. tap28m6 V CINCIKa'ATI, OHIO, TilKSE JUSTLY CKLGBllATl-;: ^ )t\' fp fp tta t!> a ■^■9 v-4 'i-t vA •i-G-'.ii -.A!}, iJi 'Ar.Et.,era.,s,,,.rro.„i„s„„„aL. „..,., •r llivul-lr-l-,!. Vi!. , , ,'., |, .,.,! ,....., ,■ GEO. T. GRIMS3 MARK THESK FACTS. TheTestiiiiony of the whole World mm in IIOLhOWAY'S OINTMENT. Sovps nnfl Uleem. e, are remedlaole by ihe prei bad lag* by pUatorlng tl a ed«B of i iiml Legs, it:i<i 1 Al|ilesci*i|dion o! sot-, uddihi;enl -,.und togel Oiuln •iila s foreed i Datns lindi'i neal h Inhrt-ak out tttvs. ih* only rational and nlieafed bv nature, is to lend about the u.nnd ami to shy l-nljbing ill plenty of tlie Dlpthei-ia, Ulcerated Bore'lin-mii, and Bcarlet nnd oflnr Fiv* is. Any of the above diseases may be cured by well rubbing the Ointinem three lime.s a day into the chest, throat nnd neel; til* the palieni ; il will snoii peitei rttle, and give immediate relief. Medicine laken by the mouth must ope- rate upon f ho whol- M-stem ere its itifluenoe ean be 'eit in anv '...-alpm-i, \thei-cas Ihe tlinimcnl will du ils work es Mit tmed, i ihe ehtti-i ungut or any similar dl»0»ttfl ., will Und themstlveds af- PHim, Fistulas, Qtrtotnreti The above class of ctmiphmil s will be rer'oved hy n(0>t« ly fomentisKthe parta with warm water, and il.cn by most effectually Tubbing in Ihe Ointment. ]'irM>ns BUT- fering from those direful complaint* should lose Di>t a ntonieitl in am*8ti)t|i their prngivni. ll t-liouid be umicr slvtn.l l.h:il il imihI svliieivn: toei-vlvtn Miietirlhe OlWt- ment nn Ihe aff.-cted part*, but it must be well rubbed in for home ettnshn-rable time two or three limes a day.that it may be laken inlothe hVslem, Whence it Will rem 07* any hidden sore or wound'as ell'ecl i.ttllv as thnuj;!] palpable to the eye. 'there again bread and water poullloel, atittr tlie l-tildiing in !,i Ihe Oiniment, will do great t-er- vice. IW# is the only sure treatment for female cat-en ef cancer in Ihe slnmach, or wlieie there may beagennW bearing down. TiMlUrittlon «t V cm (li;—Sores nnd Ulcei§. lilotehes, .is also swellings, can, with ocrlainty, be radically cured if the (Jintmeiit he used fieely, ami tlm l'ills be laken night and'mt.ruing ns reconinieinleJ in 11"* prinli-il instructions. When treated in any o.her vsj they dry up in one place to break out in ttnn'htr; whereas this IJinl ment will remove the humor from I lie bvb- tcm, and leave the patient a vigorous and liettlihv being- IL will require Lime wilh the use of the l'ills to ensure a lasting cure. Drops leul Swellings, Pn rnly sis a ml Stiff JolnWj Although Ihe above coinpltiiins differ widely lu t licie origin ann nature, yet they all require local trefttmMii. Many .if the wori-t cases, of such tli.-eases, will yield m * coiupat-altvclv sliorl r,pace of lilnewheti litis Oinlinenl IB diligently ruUhetl into the parto affected, even ailer every Liled. all i malai ! tlie i'ills should he taken according lo the printed tlirteUuii" aecompuyiiiv each box. Both ike Ointment and p&U ahonld hurf'te*^ Imuinn e«ses: liadl.egs. Chillihtines. Gout, ESbtn niieaaBBi Bad Kreasts, Chapped Clandiihir Scurvy, Bwroa, Hands, Swellings, .Snii-henu», 11 Ili:, F.u,„,- (S„lt) l.mn'aa,;.-, Tumors, Bite of Pdos- Ctineer,., I'ilns Cleers. chetoes iUid Cunti-acted fc lUieuntatism, AVonntU, ^aod-fihes. Still' Joints, Scalds. Yaws. Coco-bay. Fistulas, Son- Nipplcf, &« ie Chiego-foot, Kleplmnliasis.Sore-ihi-oals, ■dl CATJTIOVl None aro genuine unless fh ■' II'ii.wiivav. Ni:w Yoiti; Ann I.om'On," are diseerniinv u- a Water-mark In every leaf of the book of attfCtloBB, around ea,hp,t nr hnx: the same may be plainly new bj loiltlnuj (/,,;,„/,„ tht- light. A handsome reward will be fi ven In any one rendering Hitch information it Mini} lead to ill,, detection ofany parly or pit flies count crfeil- tinjf the medicines or. vending tiie mne, knowing them *** Sold at the Manufactory of Profeesor HoLieW^T, SO Maiden L^ne, New York ami l.v all n-vpevlaMr I "'i: Wl'." md Dealers in Medicine throughouf the civilised werio, in note, at 8*Jc, C2c. and $1 eacli. , ,nr fiCS-'There in considerable saving in taking the larger N. B—Directions for the guidance of pfttl*»*B) m rtvery disorder, are aflii^d 1:o each box. VOL. X. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUEDAY, JULY 21, 1860. NO. IL £os Angeles Star: l*Ut!L13HKD KVKRY SATURDAT MOHNIKO, At No. 1, Pxco Buildings, Spring Street, Los Angeles, BV H. HAMILXOBf, T E R M S : Subscriptions, per animrn, in advance.. 35 00 For Sis Montha 3 00 Por Three Months 2 00 Single Mtimber q 25 Advertisements inserted at Two Dollars per square of tea lines, for tbe first insertion; find One Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to yearly Advertisers. Aaoncy IVoticc. Mr. O. A. CRANE ia our only authorized agent in San Francisco, to receive Advertisements and Subscriptions, receipt for tbe Baine, and to transact husiness generally for the Star. Office, 172 Montgomery street, between Washington and Jackson, opposite the Lyceum. C. E. THOM, Attorney and Coiinscllojr at Law LOS ANGELES. Office in Pico Buildings, Spring street. jy3 E. J. C. KEWEN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, LOS ANGELES, Cal., Will practice in the Courts ol tbe First Judicia1 District, the Supreme Court, and tbe U. S. District Court of tbe Southern District of California. Office, in Temple's Building, opposite MolWs ^re. Jan. 1st, 1859. BELLA UNION HOTEL HVEaiix street IDS AKOEIES. FLASHMER & WINSTON, PROPRIETORS. MTHIS HOTEL, so bug known as the best La Southern California, having passed into the bunds of the present Proprietors, has been thoroughly refitted, and many additions made to its accommodations. Strangers, and gentlemen with their families, will find thia ad agreeable home, at all times. The table will be supplied, as heretofore, with all the delicacies of the market. oct2 LAFAYETTE HOTEL. 3VE£v,i*n Street, OPPOSITE THE BELLA UNIOP4 LOS ANGELES, Jtszjha. THIS Establishment oilers superior in- jSSjjfflH ducemcnts to the traveling public, and es- ' ™'pecUlly to those wishing a quiet home. The 1 ication is desirable, the establishment large and commodious, with rooms—single and for families— c.ean and well furnished, and, a table well supplied with the choicest viands and delicacies ofthe season —as is well known by those who have favored the h )Use with their patronage. The Proprietor will u3e every exertion, aud ne- g'eet nothing, to give his guests entire satisfaction EBERHARD & ICOLL. ' Loa Angeles,-Sept 11, Igfifl. COFFEE SALOON, — AND— EESTAUEAWT. •51> Cents perjnieal. ■One Hit a Plate. i^_ EMILE BOItDENAVE yiSV rfi^fffjjaffa well and favorably known /© |'\ >" ■>, principal cities of the Pacific coast, as a lirst rate cook, would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, and all who would honor him with their natro lage, that from this date he purposes to keep open liis establishment from 6 o'clock a.m. until 12 o'clock at night. His bouse .shall always be provided with the best the market affords. He will do all iu his power, to contribute lo the comfort of his customers. SeW^Come and see for yourselvesyf^. SMILE BORDENAVE. Los Angeles, J'an. 7, 1860. LIVERY STABLE, THE undersigned, having purchased the STABLES formerly occupied by . Jii\ Carson, adjoining Nichol's Bull ding. Main street, Los Augeles, begs to inform the pnblic that he is ready at all times to supply SADDLE HORSES, equal to any to be found iu the State. Can-luges, antl DnnbLv atul Single Seateil U11ggi.es, can be furnished to those desiring such conveyances His facilities ior keeping Horses are not surpassed by any stable in the city, and he solicits a share of public patronage in this department. He is always well supplied with the very beat Feed, which will be sold on usual terms. jy24 A. J. HENDERSON. the: "VJEio-ivEOisrT MOWER AND REAPER. The attontioi 1 to the celclirnlcd Vermont Mower and Kcaper, First Appearance on the Pacific Coast. Some of the points of excellence and peculiar advant- ;e which this machine has over others, are as follows : I etittev-bar hinged to the frame, so aa to telf to uuevt'it niirlhccs. driving ivln-v! l tf ouesHpE the other does 1st, Ha 2d. Hav tl sa*. wh. Mled, thrown weitrht of tha 1 or c uthiii< >n by one or othei i or.zt^.^th, is tm the wheels .-and stroke to tlit 5th. The wh< where it is required to give pow<| ■6U1. "When tho machine is hacked thei; consequoetly vou hack away : without danger of lm>;ikiiiij the 1 -- Till. ThtttvU.UT-l.a.-bviv lri. ■;! lo Uv lu^l.mu. r,t-M be packed nit ivilhv'i Mxn<H m hop wWM*. Sth The cutter-h'ir it ettsily raisde by a loyttr. which is very coiivenieut at th'e. cornovs of the land; when raised the machine, ivillturn as short and as easily as any two-wheeled cart. 9th. The machine is mostly iron, simple in construction, and a buy can manage it with ease. 10th. It has no Bide draught. We invite every farmer wishing a machine, to call anil see-tbis before purchasing. We bays them uow set np and ready for inspection — Gall and examine for yourselves. KNAPP, BURRELL & 00., # ISO Wiishtn«'1<ni street, (Near Front.) [ap'ilm'*] SAN FRANCISCO. Imixm €wfoi DR. J. C. WELSH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office, CITY DRUG STORE, Main street, Los Angelee. Office hours, 9 to 12, m ; and 2 to 0, p.m. August 1, 1859. T. J. WHITE, Physician, Surgeon, and Oculist, Office—Temple's Block, MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. unlS PRAGER, MORRIS &, CO., DEALKRS IX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ' X>. X^. "ST Gr.O O X> S , Temple's Bloelt, jl-1 Main street, Los Angeles. 3. Pit A GER. J. L. MORRIS &BE08, BACHMAN & CO., WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Wlnos, Liquors, lo thing, Haid- .warc, &k., Sat, Produce, Hides, ami Wooltafcen in exobange. Los Angeles street, seconil house from Commercial street. Jaa. 1st, 1859. FRANCIS MELLUS, WH0I.E3ALK AND KETAIL DEALER In Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oils, &c. &e. No. 2, ARCADIA BLOCK, LOS ARGELES. anlG S. & A. LAZARD, IMPORTERS, And Wholesale and Retail DeftlerB in L-^jancJi, Eisglisla anil Ajnesican Dry Goods. i* of Melius How,Los Angeles. atl GEO. THACHER & CO., WSsolesale aiad Retail Healers isi Choice Wines and Liquors, MAIN STEEET, Nearly opposite tlie Bella Uoion Hotel, LOS ANGELES. . je9 Wl. H. SHORE, jan29 0KKK.11-: V.'lTil k. Dv.ovrs. PHINEAS BANNING, Forward-bice assd Commission Merchant, LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDKO. olO Friegbt forwarded to POET TtTM.1. SAN BER\A*R"01NO, FORT TEJON, and all parts ofthe three Southern Counties, with his accustomed promptness. FORWARDING. THE undersigned, having leased the Sepulveda Landing, at San Pedro, is now ready to Eeceivc and Haul all maimer of merchandise consigned to liim WITB CARE AND DISPATCH, and upon reduced terms. JOSE RUCIO, Los Angeles, Oct. 10, 1859. ocl5 E. H. WORKMAN & BRO. Saddlers and Harness Makers, TEMPLE'S MARBLE FRONT BLOCK, Will keep constantly on band an assortment of Saddles, Harness, &c. &c. 1859. M. MOBJTET, ALISO STREET, In BEAUIIRFs BRICK RUII.DI'Ya. HAS the honor to announce to the Public,that he..still c%'*dfi'i'QJu.hi4,h^s,'nii?^.at',J>'ii,e;4 competent workmen, he is prepared to execute all orders with which he may be favored, in the Manufacturing of Fln«B^*aeBS,0«rTiaoeRepalringianaia6Ad*nS ,if ail kinds. AUo,everyt.hlii«'l" Uie Sa<l«0«iy '-'*'-' ■•'"*' '-'* Los Angelos, Aug. 1st, I860. 3M'353"WE5XjXjI'S oouan JSTTrtTTI>. THIS AKTIGLE IS FOR SALE BY »K. B. H. MTIES, Maiu street, front of Commercial street, Loa Angelea. Aa each bottle is accompanied by ample teatimo ny in relation to the merits of its contents, further comment ia unueceasary. je9m3 fl. F. WALKINSHAW, FAMILY GK.0CEE, AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. At the Old Stand, Sun Uci-iiaidlno. RE W. has opened at the above place, with t lull aiul selected Block of allarticles embraced in the above line, and respcctfnllj requests a continuance ol the tatronage rf lu^oUl ft^oa. and new patrons. B. t ■ « ALKIRSHAW . no!9 ^OS ANGELES Lager Beer Saloon. HUBERT SCHMIDT HAS tho pleasure to announce tohiB friends and to the public, that he has _0PtloEBBEEBSAI,OOK on Fourth Street, where alao he will keep on hand the choicest kinds of LiQuors and w- gars. ]J" THE COLDEJI <Z A T E . Par away to the bright Southwest, Where the sunset clasps the sea, Where tho broad Paciiic's billowy breast Heaves and surgea in wild unrest, .1 turn, bright land, to thee '. And a dream of thy skies, and thy melodies, Comes to my soul, with the cheer That soft wind:- bring in the early spring, Saying tliat mi miner is near., 'So, Golden Gate! I turn to thee, with a hearf elate. 'Twas a thought a poet heart might claim, O, Southwest land of ours! To give thy rock-bound stares a name, To live alike in song and fame, With glowing skies and flowers. To thy billowy bay ia a royal wav, That leads to a land of gold ; And the sea lions guard with watch and ward, Thy shining .stores untold, O, Golden Gate! Oped to a land in promise great. Ships more precious than arg.ossies■ Of orient climes have gone, Freighted with life and its mysteries, To breast the storms of Roulhern etas, And the blast of fierce Capo Horn. By the desolate shore of the Land of .Fire, Till the broad Pacific's swell Bore (hem away to the sparkling bay Of the land I love'so well— The Goldei: Gate, Where the myriad ships of the nations wait. 0 I hath not eVgry soul a dream - m .. ■ Of a SouihweSUaaid'l'iat lies In a light more pure than the golden gleam That out oi the gales of the West may stream, Or the morning's Orient dyes ? These silvery chimes are tuneful rhymes, Which poels snug of oldf* And the sparkling saud of whose distant strand Is bright with sunset gold— The Golden Gate, Where dreams, like ships at anchor, wait. Such, Land of Song ! art thou to me ; Prom a Northland bleak and cold 1 send my barque, and its freight shall he All blessed hopes, and the melody That minstrel lips have told. 0! beautiiul lar,d, with thy golden strand, Shining lor eveimore— Sweet land of song, I have lived so loug, I shall yet regain ihy shore! At tby Golden Gate, Like an anchored barqhe, my soul shall wait. —A". V. Journal of Commerce. A Jr.iiniitse ttlgpateh Hosnu. Although, hays the Philadelphia Inquirer, our Washington correspondent has been ucable thus far to obtain any copies of the Japanese dispatches to their Government, a gentleman of this city has been fortunate enough to obtain the sight of a friendly letter of one of the Commissioners to an acquaintance in Niplioon. Uuder promise to con ceal the name of the writer, he has been authorized to publish it, and has kindly placed it in our hands. We insert it below : FROM THE SACKKlJ CUT Ol' "WASHINGTON. Most Esteemed Ilohodadi: We have heen invited to visit next in order the great city of Phiia- de.phia. or. "th ; t.tlf.Cy co usee rater'] ti" !7!-r"."l1if iccni, ■'-■■: ial ot tne province vinch is ihe Birthplace of Uie American Tycoon. Our reception, we are informed, will be attended with the most august ceremonies that the city ever offers to its moi-t distinguished guesls. The Councilinen, after examining our credentials, have decided to place us ou a looting with "the most favored" for- Tycoon you have in ed, not Tycoon, but ever, by a strange coon.'' I at first th uounce our Japanese it is strictly idiomat age. It certainly Bel he A an . He 18 C ill- nclim hs, h )W- 11 v a [1 e '* old temp ro assu ed Lhat stutei ess it od to t beh ad find i of the nation who received t difficult to comply witb the demands of our sov creign, forbidding us to touch tho women of this country. Not from any disposition on our part to disobey, but from their desire to seize us by our hands. They apparently enjoy here the greatest freedom ; but it is only iu appearance. Every woman, married or single, is fastened in a cage of bamboo or flexible steel, extending from the waist to the feet, apparently so fixed as to give them no uueasimss, but they are very much ashamed of it, and conceal* it under so many coverings that it renders their appearance quite ludicrous. They are unrestricted as to the upper par. of their person, which they are permitted to expose as much as they wish. This they seem to avail themselves of, and on all occasions oi high ceremony wear very low dresses. As in ail barbarous nations, they slit their ears and suspend from them ornaments of gold and silver. They also paint and powder themselves, and after greasing their hair twist it into fantastic shapes, aud fasten it up with loug pins and combs. Some of them would be fine looking if they did uot disfigure themselves by the hideous and vulgar custom of wearing eyebrows and keeping tlieir teeth white. Be assured, therefore, that we are in uo danger of being captivated by their appearance ; we feel nothing but regret that the barbarous and absurd oust urn* of mau should thus destrov the charms which cultivation and refinement would so much improve. Nuthing strikes us so much as the want of respect these barbarians show even to their highest tliviiiiaries; tbey never hesitate to spit before them, and it lequires considerable activity to prevent being spat upou at all times. The custom of wearing oue sword, it seems, originated from this CiiTiy i!ie:t'aTmt"'oi jrOUl"■UMIgllO&i'"- ! ii'iiewnrg tobacco is much prized, it seems, from the saliva it produces, which Is preserved, when possible, iu handsome vases of porcelain, and placed in prom- ineut positions. None of tbe inhabitants do reverence hy ciawlingiou their bellies, except after the election of a uew Tycoon, wben those m search of office come to the central city and per- form that ceremony. Those who are fortunate enough to meet with honor fi\m the Tycoon seldom walk uprightly during their whole term of office. The unfortunate applicants become at once censors or spies upon the others, aud their silence has to be bought at a high price. All public servants have their PlIce- wbicl1 n-MtoetiW according to the necesities of the Tycoon. But I Bball reserve my reflections on political topics till I have another opportunity to address you. Till then, rest in pt'ace. _• «*™.,»-4* «-+• «v ■ The London Spectator, oue of the leading week, lies of England, is generally regarded as belter iniV.rmt.-il on American affairs than some oi its con- icniporarieu. Act it shows very hasty reading, to R.y the least,in its report of the nominations of the various political paities for the presidency, ft „,vs that the old Whigs have nominated Bell- that a Convention in Illinois has nominated Mr. Hamlla for President, and Mr, Maine for Vice President-and that the whole Held will be greatly modified before the electiou comes off in June. '•I know I am a perfect bear in my manners," said a yonng farmer to his sweet heart "No, indeed, you are not, John; you have never mc yet. You arc more sheep than beau nrcxicni, Standees ni.a Ti-ade. There have been some recent publications showing the financial condition cf Mexico to be most miserable. Since the establishment of her independence, What ib called her internal debt has been carried to about ninety-six millions of dollars. That was the total amount before Ztiloaga and Miramon took possession of the Government. Since then, or within the last two years, ninety five millions have been added to it. Bonds to that amount bave been issued, many of tBem—amounting to millions—at seven ctoits on the dollar. The taxes are crashing. Those on commerce are particularly oppressive. There ia an export duly on silver, which now amounts to twelve per cent. Ou every conducta Miramon charges 8 per cent , and Juarez i per cent. Whether on account of this burdensome duty, or lor other reasons, there had accumulated at the capi tal fifteen millions of dollars, of which it was uncertain when it would beforwarded ; only one conducta having left the capital for the last two years. The money now detained tbere belongs to merchants and hankers, who, of course, suffer loss every day it remains dead, as is the case uow. The freight on a conducta to Vera Cruz is now 1 per cent., which makes tbe charge of getting one hundred silver dollars from tbe capital to that place (252 miles) thirteen dollars. Iu the former city drafts on Vera Cruz have ruled for a year past at 15 per cent.— At Vera Cruz the rate on New York aud New Orleans is 2 premium, By law, specie is required to be forwarded to the capital or to the coast io Government conduc- tas. Of. late, however, quantities of silver have been smuggled from the west coast iu English government vessels. Some of it has taken its way across the Rio Grande to New Orleans; and the tendency now ia to San Francisco to be remitted thence to China. When shipped from Vera Cruz all charges, including commissions, freight and insurance, amount to 2 per cent. So that, In the regular course, by the time a Mexican dollar gets laid down iu the bank, if has paid iu various items of traveling expenses,fifteen cents. Among the modes of taxation resorted to is the extensive one of a forced loan. The exaction of money by such a method always shows a country in a desperate conditiou. Miramon bad recourse to it only a few weeks ago, in order to put himself io funds lor operation against the Liberal General, Uragua, who was threatening to march on the cap ital, with a pretty fair show ol making his threat good. The import charges are heavy. But the Central Government has now so little strength that they are not uniform. The Governors of several of the Northeastern Slates on and near the Rio Grande have greatly reduced the duties, much to the injury of the commerce of Vera Cruz and sides this chiefly of vanilla,, cochineal, certain drugs—such as jalap, dye-woods coffee and hides. These are sold at the place of export for ca&h,— Merchandise imported sells on six and eight months' credit; the wonder by tbe way being how ,ny body can venture to sell any thing on time in so distracted a country aa Mexico. Yet cotnoiis- on merchants guaranty sales for 2i per cent., although they ask the rather liberal commission1 of 5 per cent. The carriage for goods from Vera Cruz to the capital (252 miles) costs about six-dollars a hundred, or $2 34 per hundred for every 100 mile;. At that rate, a net ton would coat to move it $46 80 per 100 miles, or 463c a mile.— Some difference between thia charge and the railroad charge of 3 or 4 cents a mile. The Mexican trade and finance are, commercially speaking, of but small importance to the United States at present. By the policy our Government has pursued toward Mexico, and the want of ordinary loresight in anticipating the efforts of England to monopolize that trade, it haa, so far as we are concerned, been suffered to run down to an almost nominal amount. Trial of Jub&B Terry*.—The trial of thtfl gentleman took pjpee at San Rafael. The jury was duly empaneled. No witnesses appeared for the prosecution. The Court asked whether further time waa required, and the reply being given in the negative, a verdict of "not guilty" was returned.—Herald. We learn that the Episcopal Mission Sunday School celebration on the 4th, was quite as much of a success peenniarly as it was otherwise. The nett profits amounted to the very pretty sum of .1,725, for much of wh.ch the institution is indebted to the opposition of illiberal parties.— Ibid. Insane—A man wdio gives his name as Uhler, was arrested yesterday and locked up in the sta tion house ou the charge of insanity.—Ibid. The pigeon tournament at the Willows, was concluded Saturday week. During the tournament five prizes were shot for, and three of them were S"uc"ces^alfcn(Jh5'tfie"'Testivann"aid of the deaf, dumb and blind. The Mechanics'Pavillion was literally crowded both evenings, and was not visited by less thau nine thousand persons. Th« whole affair perfectly satisfactory to the public as well i to the parties for whose benefit the festival was veu.— Herald. The Sonoma Democrat speaks very highly of a discovery for oblaining gold from sulphurets, made by Mr. Tond. The results given are truly touishiug. Swiss Wine Makers.—Several Swiss, bred to the business of wine-making, lately returned from Iheir native land, which they had visited altera residence of some years in California, are about to go to Anaheim, Los Angoles couuty, to settle there, and devote themselves to their trade.—Alta - Two hundred and fifty tons of hay, belonging to Mr. Tarrant, were burned in San Mateo county, near Redwood city,on the Fourth. The upsetting of stages is becoming common- two or three such occurrences are noticed in the San FranciBco papers. Officer Rand attempted to arrest '-Steamboat Jake," who drew a knife and severely stabbed the officer. The latter, in Belf defence, shot at and killed his assailant. Gas in San Jose.—The municipality of San Jose have determined to light that city witb gaa. and the contract has been awarded to Mr. James 11a- gan, formerly of the Metropolitan Gas Works in this city, for fifteen years. Mr. Ilagan is now busily engaged in making preparations for lighting Sau Jose—Herald. DoOBS of the Cafitol.—A letter from Rome says lhat Rogers, the sculptor, is there at work upon a bronze door tor the Capitol at Washington, the estimated cost of which is £25,000. Thefts' are eight groups sculptured upou it, representing scenes in the life of the discoverer of America,— The first scene represents Columbus before tho council of Salamanca, unfolding his great theory. Iu the second he isjust starting out to seek royal aid. Iu tbe third he is before the King and Queen, laboring to convince them. Isabella- leans forward and seems interested, but Ferdinand scarcely deigns to heed the visiouary enthusiast. In Ihe lourth he is confiding his son to the care of the monks, while his ships wait. In the fifth he is landing in great state upon St. Salvador. The sixth is at Hispaniola, where one of the sailors is bringing an Indian girl to the ship on his shoulders. The next is the great navigator's triumphal entry into Barcelona on his return. In the succeeding one he is about to be sent home from Cuba in chains and disgrace. The "last scene of all" U death. The priests have administered to him the' sacrament, one holds a crucifix for him to kiss ; friends and attendants aro weeping around, and the spirit ofthe dying man is about to start on that last great voyage from whieh noue return, Iu niches surrounding these scenes, are figures and bustB of various royal personages cotemporary with Columbus, including Ferdinand and Isabella, &C.—N. Y. Tribune. Ym.i.ow Skin*.—As the ladies arc interested in whatever improves or injures the skin, wo reproduce the following speculations on the sallowness of complexion from the Philadelphia Ledger: " If our Western friends can iu any way teach their wives, daughters or cooks to keep the pearl- ash out of their bread, all the yelloiv people, especially the yellow children, who arc supposed to bo turned yellow by the fever aud ague and hilioui fevers, will soon be turned white. It is a great mistake to suppose that the yellow countenances of the West come from bile, when it is only the enormous quantities of pearlash eaten in tbe bread that is reflected through the skin. Bread is the staff of life, it is said-aud ao it is—but itis the stall'of death, too, in this couutry. Bad bread kills as many people here aa bad rum. So many people eat poisonous pearlash for bread lhat they die by inches. Dyspepsia—that great monster disease of the couutry, that deranges the liver, briugs on costiveness, and thus fiually kills the human victim—is half the time -'pearlash." Here, in tbo East, out of New England, we have nearly driven off the pearlash-Baleratus cooks, but not altogether. Pearlash lives here yet in bread, but in cities and towns we have nearly whipped out tbe murderer. In tbe distant Western towns, beyond the good hotels of the lakes and rivers, pearlash, under the name of saleratus, is kiug. It is pearlash for breakfast, pcarlasn for dinner, and pearlash for supper. It is uot any wonder, then, that the people of the East turu yellow West, aud sicken ; not of fever and ague, bilious aud congestive fevers, but of pearlash three times a day." Phfservation bt the Chemistry of Nature.— You remember reading ho*', upon a day uot many years since, certain miners, working far under ground, came upon tbe body of a poor fellow who had perished in the suffocating pit forty years before. Some chemical agent to which the body had been subjected—an agent prepared ia the lab- progress of decay. They brought it up to the surface, and for awhile, till it crumbled away through exposure to the atmosphere, it lay there, the imago of a fine, Bturdy young man. No convulsion bad passed over the face iu death—the features were tranquil: tLe hair was black as jet. No oue recognized the face ; a generation had grown up since the day ou which the miner went down into hva shaft for the last time. But a tottering old woman, who bad hurried from her cottage at hearing the news, came up, and she knew again the face which through all these years she had never quite forgot. The poor miner was to have been her husband the day after that on wliich lie died.— They were rough people, of course, who were looking on ; a liberal education and refined feelings are not deemed essential to tbe man whose work it is to get up coals, or even tin f but thero were no dry eyes there wben the gray beaded okl pilgrim cast herself upon the youthful corpse, aud poured out to its deaf car many words o! eudear- ment unused for forty years. It was a touching contrast—the oue so old, the other so young.— They had both beeu young these loot; years ago ; but time had gone on with the living, and stood still with tbe dead.—Frazer's Magazine. Bubxed to Death.—The lodging bouse of the Eureka Quartz Mining Co., in Plumas connty, took fire about two o'clock on Saturday morning, June 23d. Thirty persona were sleeping in the house, all but one ol whom escaped. Oue of the men seemed bewildered, and remained lu the house crving fue and murdi-r until the building fell i» and crushed him. When the alarm was given tho flames had gained such headway that the others hud barely time to save themselves. Big Cheese.—They have made a cheese ia Marin couuty. which weighs 2,200 pounds. The following toast is from a printer:" Wo* man—The fairest work of creation ; the edition being extensive, lete no man be without a copy. Oui only objection to the work ia, Brat .there are too many gilt-edged and fancy bound copies in the market. i The Rev. Daniel Isaac was both a great wag and a great smoker. "Ah, there you are," cried a lady who surprised him one day rnjoying his pipe, "at yttxM* •|3Kiut«? s Uv Otratn innrrom wftn iik-,"rui-i ought to be commended, as you see I'm burning- it/' If you wish to make a fool of a man, first see whether you cau flatter him; and if you succeed,- your purpose is balf gaiued. Adage for artesian borers—let well enough alone. ______ 'Bridget, bring me the castor oil, the baby iff sick.'' "It's all gone, inarm, not a drop left. "All gone! why, we have not Opened the bottle. "Sure you bave had it eveiy day, and I've-Been yon use it myself on your salad." "Why, you don't say we have been eating castor oil every day during the salad season?" '■Sure you have." "'But did you uot see the bottle was labeled oaa- md didnrtl put it into. tor oil?1 'Sure and I did, mar tbe castor every day V Our Punch Bowl.—Traveler on the Mississippi —"What makes you have tbe bar in the center,. —whv don't you have it on the side, out of the way '" Barkeeper—-'Well we would, but you see it won't do to have so many passengers on one ildo of the boat." Brown—"That's very weak brandy, Smith." Sn»th—"Not bad ; what do you think, Jones . _ joncs_'-First rate; Brown's mouth waters bo it weakens it."
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 10, no. 10, July 14, 1860|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Monosyllabics", "Greeley's famous letter to Seward", [col.4] "Honolulu", [col.5] "San Francisco Intelligence", "Latest from Japan"; [p.2]: [col.1] "Our necessities -- how to meet them", "Removal of the troops from Camp Cady", [col.2] "From San Bernardino", [col.3] "Court of sessions", [col.4] "Greeley's letter", "The public schools", "The voice of the waters"; [p.3]: [col.1] "Baltimore convention", [col.5] "Sheriff's sale"; [p.4]: [col.1] "June", "Spanish proverbs".|
|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 1860-07-08/1860-07-20|
|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||issue: Los Angeles Star, vol. 10, no. 10, July 14, 1860|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m100|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
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"First-born of Summer, artless as the rose
That Irom the bosom of the changing earth
GatherelU beauty of immortal worth —
Comes June, aud 'long a flow'ry pathway strews
Joy-tinted thoughts, unrivaled but by those
Tnat prompt the lowly heart to venture forth
From Sorrow's vale, lar up the hill ot Mirtb.
To where the flowers of Poeay repose.
Oh, June ! thy charms I lover-like adore,
And, like the roses that as sweetly blow
By cottage gate, as by the palace door.
My simple soul, unversed in wisdom's lore,
Would fain entwine a garland for thee now,
And p&udly bind it on thy queenly brow 1
Owen Meredith, in his new novel, Luclle, says :
We may live without poetry, music, and art;
We may live without conscience, and live without
We may live without friends ; we may live without books ;
But civilized man cannot live without cooks.
He may live without bocks—What js knowledge
but grieving ?
Ho may live without hope—What is hope but deceiving ?
He may live without love—what is passion but
But where is the mau that can live without d.ning?
Housekeepers, linkers, Miners,
And all others who disire to have good Bread.