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w A Young Girl's Thoufjlit* on tier Twentieth Uiitliday. Glrl'| sunny days are over With to-day; Tiu-y. with all their wayward brightness, Part away 1 "Woman's earnest paih before me Lielh straight, Who can tell wliat grief aud aaguish There await! Guide me. Father ! God of mercy 1 On the Way ; Never from tby holy guidance * Let uie htray ! Give tne that meed of joy or Borrow PJeaselb Thee. Whatsoe'er Thy will ordstnetb Best for me. In ;:,.- vl,;-Liv,.-,- and the d.'.rkness Be iny star, Iu the light, lest radiance dazzle, Cu not far 1 Make mu patient, kind aud gentle, 1) -.-: l.y day ; Teach uie how to live more nearly As I pray. That my heart so much desireth Grant me still, I( that earnest hope accordeth Will! Tby will; Should Thy mercy quite withhold it, Be thou near. t Let mc feel I hold its promiso All too dear. Here, upon life's very threshhold, Take my heart ; From thy holy guidance let it Ne'er depart. When life's stormy strife Is over, Take me bome, There to be mure fully, truly, Thine alone. — Sharpe's Magazine. BHTAITT'S UNIUVALEI) STOMACH BITTERS. AS a general stomach corrector, these Bitters have oo equal iu restoring the vital energy of the whole system. Half a wiueglass full taken before meals will prove a certain cure for Dyspepsia, dispelling flatuleacyjaud oppression of tbe chest, while they impart to an impaired appetite a keen relish for food. As a Wine Bitter, for the use of Hotels and Restaurants, they will be found indispensble, rendering all beverages truly delightful, being a purely vegetable compound, entirely free from any pernicious coloring matter. Purchasers will please observe the name "BUY* AHT3 STOMACH BITTERS." pressed on each bottle aud cap. and see that the autograph signature is ou tbe label. G. N. BRYANT, New York. -#getits for San Francisco; 3m aug27 WM. NEWELL & CO. 50 BALE*.... 50 BALES...., SO BALES.... 50 BALES 100 BALES... 20 BILES.... 25 CASES IOQJSSS..,. 10 case.-; 25 CASES... . Facts is Physiology.—A mauls taller in the morning than at night to the extent of half an inch, owinv io the relaxation ot the cartilegcs. The human brain Ib the twenty-eighth of the body, but in the horse but a four-hundredth. Ten days per annum is the average sickness of human life.— About the age ol '36, the lean man generally becomes fatter, and the fat man leaner. Ricbter enumerates L'OO distinct species iu the eye. The pulse of children is ISO iu a minute; at puberty it is 80; and tt 00, ouly CO. Dr. Leiton ascribed health and wealth to water; happiness to small beer; and all dieases and crimes to tbe use of spir its. Elephants live for two hundred, three hundred, and even four hundred years. Bats iu India aro called Hying fuxes, and measure six feet from tip Ui tip. Sheep in wild pastures practice self defense by an array in wliich rams stand foremost, in concert with ewes and lambs in Lhe center of a hollow square. Three Hudson's Bay dogs draw a sledge.louded wilh "100 pounds fifteen miles per flay. One pair of pigs will increase in six years to 119,100. taking the increase at fourteen times per annum. A pair of sheep, in the same time, would be but fit. A single female horsefly produces io one season 20,080,320 eggs. Tbe flea. grasshopper, and locust, jump two hundred times their own length, equal to a quarter ofa mile ior a mau. DRY GOODS. .... INDIAN HEAD SHEETINGS , LAWRENCE SHEETINGS ..MASSACHUSETTS SIIKETINO , UETAMORA SHEETINGS BROWN DRILLS GLUE DENIMS ASSORTED TICKINGS KENTUCKY JEANS BLUE PRILLS ASSORTED 1T.INTS 20CASEi BLEACHED SHEETINGS 600 PIECES BRUSSEI.S AND VELVET CABTETS 1000 PIECES THREE-PLY AND INGRAIN CARPETS 1500 PIECES FLOOR OIL CLOTH 1000 PIECES COCOA AND CHINA MATTING 500 CASES PAPER HANGINGS •20 CASES TABLE OIL CLOTH: 30 CASES CURTAIN DAMASKS 50 CASES LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS 20 CASES WINDOW SHADES AND HOLLANDS 100 DOZEN RUGS AND MATS 100 I'lECEA DRUGGETS AND BAIZES N O W L A N DING , For Sale at LOWEST KATES. BY FRANK BAKER, HO and 11*2 Clay street, jy23-3in SAN FRANCISCO. Moral Suasion on a Ram.—When a friend of ours, whom we call Agricola, was a boy, he lived on a farm in Berkshire county, the owner of which was troubled by a dug Wolf. The cur killed his sheep knowing, poi baps, that he was conscientiously Opposed to caiital punishment, aud he could devise no means to prevent it. "I can break him ol it," said Agricola, '-if you will give me leave." "Thou art permitted," said the bouest farmer; and wc will let Agriwla tell the story in his owu words. "There was a ram on the farm," said -Agricola, " as notorious for butting as Wolf was for sheep stealing, and who stood in as much need of moral suasion as the dog." "I abut Wolf up iu the barn with this old follow, and the consequence waa lhat the dog never looked ;i h;vvji ii; tli.) I'dco agaiu. The nun broke every bone in his body.)literally. Wonderfully uplifted was the ram aforesaid, by his exploit; his insolence became intolerable; he was sure to pitch on whomsoever went nigh him. " 'I'll fix him,' said I—and bo I did. I rigged an iron crowbar out ol a -hole in the bam, point foremost. apid put au old bat on the end of it.— you can't always tell, when you see a hat, whether there is a head in it or not; how then should a ram? Aries made at it full butt, and being a good marksman from long practice, the bar broke in between hie borne and oatne out under his tail. Thin little admouition effectually cured him of buttiug. S. H. PRICHARD & BRO., Commission and Forwarding Mcr chants. No, 97 Front Street, San Francisco, Agents for— Joues and Hudson's Chewing Tobacco ; May Flower; Va. Offering fcn Cala.; Our Jewel ; F.I Sacramento; E. J. Hudson's Smoking ; Sweet Scented Orouoco ; Rose of .Sharon ; Pricbard'B Corn Cob; James' Chievers Wellington. . . ALSO agbnts por. . Britain'a VIRGIMA DEW DROP "WHISKY, in Bbls. and half Bbls. Will receive orders lor Drugs, Medicines, &c. for Messrs. Thomas & Fuller, New York. au27-3m $10 INFESTED MAY GAIN YOU $50,000, LOTTERIES !! Lotteries on the Combination, and others on the Havana or Single Number plans. Splendid Schemes, WITH CAPITAL PHIZES OF 0,000! $50,000! $35,000! 818,000! 812,500! 810,000! 85,000 ! And numerous others of smaller deuominations will be drawn at Augusta, Georgia, nnd Wilmington, Delaware, under thesuperintendence of sworn commissioners, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY ol each week. #5D~Tbere are thousands of wealthy persons ho owe iheir success in life to oue of Wood, Eddy .fe Co.'s tickets. WOOD, EDDY & CO. M AN AGEES —Sue cts sore to— Samuel Swan & Co., and Gregory & Maury. ^•■"■"■©-Tickets in any of these schemes may be obtained from Ten to Fifteen Days after the drawing takes place, and tbe purchaser will consequently have to hold his ticket only Eight or Ten Days before he will get tbe Official Drawings, which will be published iu several of the most prominent San Francisco Arewspapers, and a file of the New York Herald will be found at the office of D. D. CASSNER, C AM FOB-MA BRANCH JUANAGEB 98 Aloiitgomery Street, Room No. li, SAA' FRAA'CISCO. Whole Tickets, $10, Halves, $5, Quarters, $21-2. jjg-Frlzcs Ct»slt<;<l at Sau Francisco. ^"se-For the sum ot $5, you can get $20,000. $33"Remember—a ticket in one of the Lotteries of Wood, Eddy Sc Oo. may secure you a hand- ome fortune! p$r Orders lor TICKETS or CIRCULARS, showing tbe Plan of Lotteries, and how the Prizes awarded, will be seut to any one desirous of receiving them, All communications strictly confidential. The official drawings will be published iu the Los Angeles papers, on the arrival of " e overland mail stages Irom tbe East; also, lil of the New York Herald, containing same, cau be found at the office of the uuder-igned. REYNOLDS & CO., Agents for the Southern Coa.-t. Offic—At the Star Newspaper Office Building, Spring street, Los Angeles. seplO Anoc'T A Pio.—"Patrick, the widow Mahony tells mo that you hove Btoleu one of her finest pigs. Is that so r" "Ves, yer honor." "What have you done wilh it?" ''Killed it and ate it, yer honor.'' "Ob. Patrick, when you are brought face to laco with the widow and her pig on the judgment flay, what account will you be able to give of yourself wheu the widow accuses vou of the thelt? "Did you say the pig would be there, yer river- ence V " I'o besurc I did." '"Well, thin, yer rivcrcuce,I'll say, Mrs.MoloDy, there's your pig."' BtiAKSSPBABB's Orixiox OF AusTMA.—Two years and a half ago Shakespeare pot the following language in tbe mouth ol ''Lady Coustaucc," ni the play of King John: O Austria! thou dost shame That bloody spoil : Thou slave, thou wretch, thou coward, Thou litle valliaut, great in villainy! Thou ever strong upon the stronger side . Thou fortune's champion that dost never tight But wben her humorous ladyship is by To teach thee safety ! Thou art perjured, too, Aod sooth'st up greatness. Whata fool art thou— A ramping fool, to brat: and stamp, and swear, U|ion my party! Thou cold-blooded slave, 11 :i.-.| 11,w:l ;:..; ,:;■,:,;■ ji!,.. thu lb snider on my suit:! -rorra my soldier—bidding ine depend Upon tby stare, thy fortune aud thy strength ? : thou now fall over to my loes? Thou wear a lion's bide ! Doirit for shame, Aad hang a call's skin ou those recreant liujbs ! KEITH'S ROSEMARY HAIR INVIG0RAT0R! TS ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL X wbo have used it, to be the FINEST prepara tion for tbe hair ever iuveuted. A few applications of it will make the COARSEST and HARSHEST hair SOFT and GLOSSY Stop its railing oil or TURNING GREY, remove all DAN' DRUFF, nnd cure all diseases ot lhe seal]). imparts a NATURAL MOISTURE and BRILLIANT LUSTRK to the hair, and has a DKLICIHTITL l'KRt'U.MK Prepared only by WM. H. KEITH & CO.. Chemists and Druggists, 137 Montgomery street, SAN FRAHCISCO, And for sale by alt Druggists. aufi3m AXLE CREASE. Patent Inti Friction Axle Grease Beware ofan inferior article imported from the East. HIJCK'S & LAMBERT'S PATENT ANTI FRICTION .fixle Grease IS the beat article ever offered to the public, and is used by the Overland Mail Co. The Patent Axle Greosekeeps free from coomb or Gum ; is not altered by exposure to the hottest sun or greatest frost and effectually prevents "Firing of Wlfceels." For sale at the principal hardware and grocery stores throughout the State, and at ths manufactory. Natoma street, aud the depot, 101 Jackson, reet. San Francisco. jyl6 BUCKS &r LAMBERT. A Boy's Dehsitios oy tuk Ohio.—A correspondent writes ua as lollows: "I heard tbe other day a clergyman telling of his experience as school leacber in Cineinnali, vis ago. He gm lo a school of [■mall .- '■ ot :'v ■ .;i ^position. -The Ohio River,-' snid one little "fellow brought ia the lollow iu"R; LHe was born at Ibe creation, "lit* father is the Alleghany, and bis mother is the Moooiiga- belt. Be is bigger than both his parents. " not known when he will dlef CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods, OIVE PIIICE. Retailing at Wholesale Prices FRENCH, WILSON k CO., NO. 115 SACRAMENTO STREET. One door below tbe What Cheer House. SAN FRAN-CISCO. P. S.—Send your measure, aud get garments made to order by our firm in New York, aud delivered ban in sixty days—warranted. jy30 3m F. W. & CO. COX, FRANCIS & CO., (Late Spear Sr Co,,) FOKWAKDING, WAREHOUSING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corner Battery and Broadway streets, /Sau Francisco, WILL attend to paying freights on receipt of properly endorsed Bills of Lading. Goods shipped in our care from Eastern cities, will be attended to on arrival, and forwarded with despatch to any part of the country, Cash Advances made ou Merchandise in our Warehouse, or consigned. Would respectfully refer to the Merchants ni Bankers of San Francisco generally. au20 3m "VV OIiFE'S SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPSil 1 bog to call the attention of the Merchants of California and Oragon to a Superior Article of HOLLAND GIN, Manufactured by Myself Exclusively, AT SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND, And to VUtinguith it from every other Alcoholic Stimulant in the world 1 gave it the name tf SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS. Tt is the TURK TINCTURE OF JUNIPER, distilled from the BEST BARLEY that can he selected at anj cost. Jt ir IKv. nvi'-uK! ine.lical.-d nol l»v (111- emmuoxx linrsli berrv, but by the Ao.iii;- Loin ..Seal varielv ofthe AltOMATICltAl- AN JUNll'Fi; I'l-'UI'.V wh,,A.' "„,„A. vinous extract is distill."! ami rectified wilh its si'intuoin M.lvei, 1 . an,I tlm* it br UMHu-s-ioim.^Ur;.-.^ \i[.-|i[C]\-\! I'i:0!'l-;KTI1-S u, siiiv HULLAXn tilN IXTHK WOK1.H. "ncMleinli-ndllt.1i()1M.l I Uo e-lehra ted SCIII KIIA11 AROMATIC! SCNXA1TS. the proprietor 1ms submitted it to Um-W iiiiVMKIilcVLrMTl.TV.ifih- nilledHlules. Over TltRKK TIKH^ANO ENJ'oRM-, IT. '.ver their own Mgna- [■ir,.] U ,!.!■" thoVtWr ALOiNMU-T-TIMI l.W MAV J N FxF. Thoy !tls(, spe,', ol tlo. AGU-lXl KlYOSH lln-.y have inl-t' wii 11 in tbeir vi-io-iv in Cravel. Oout. (.'I,nunc Rlu'UniiUisiii. Obstructions ol (lie Kidneys, Bladder and Urinarr ,„..,,,„ IVi-Min- u-aveliii" in the Southern and Western Stales should always bave a supply on band as a PRl'.VKNT ■ ivi> \f MSX'f ,\<: IT WI) I'f-VKi: and ehauze of water Tlie Phvsb-ia ns in .Vow Orleans and bt. Louiu prescribe it with' ereat confidence in CASE OF CHOLERA, on aoccnnt of the PURITY OF THE ARTICLE. CAUTION TO TIIE I'UBLIC. UDOLPHO WOLFE. Since the introduction of my Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps into the United States, a number of Liquor Mlx«ra in- New York Boston, Pailadelphia and San Francisco, have been enpagtsd in putting up mixed anil poisonous Gin in- -■asos and ii;"s. in be plain oil off upon the unwary for niy tannine Schnapps. At lirst, they boldly counterfeited my in nn- but I soon stopped ilia I by ea u sini; several of them to he arrested. They now confine them selves to elmely imitating the appearance and shape nl my hollies, and the peculiar wrapper which I have always used, viz : YELLOW PAPER, printed with RED AND BLUE INK, PASTEBOARD PRINTED CAPS. BEWARE OP THESE IMITATION UOCJUS SCHNAPPS. If the Liquor were fit to drink, there would be no need to palm them off by counter kiting; lhe peculiar style and up p'var-.uoo ,.f tho CENUINF WOLFF'S SCI I NAM'S. Avoid 11, ese mixed and duel ore<l-up ini If aliens, as vou would avoid' SIIATTEIli'.l) M'.i'YEs. Ki'lNKn STOMACH and DFLIKIFM TREMENS. ThePureand feuiiine Schnapps have my name on the bottle, cork, and a I'ae-siniile of a signature on the label. For Kale hy all the Wholesale J)rexists and renpect-- able biftUOr"Dealersin the United States. UDOLPHO WOLFE. Sole Importer and Manufacturer. 18, 20 anil 23 Beaver st., New York.. The word Scheidam Schnapps belongs exclusively to my article—all others are counterfeit und an imposition on the public. 6r626. In thsmatterof the Estate of Bernardo Yorba, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons haying claims against the Estate of Bernardo Yorba, deceased, to present the same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from the date hereof, to tbe undersigned. Executors of said Estate, at the residence of Prudencio Yorba, in Santa Ana, Los Angeles countv, or the same will be forever barred. PRUDKNOIO YORBA, KAYMUNDO YORBA, LEONARDO COTA, Exccutora etc. Los Angeles. Dec. 24, 1858. dec25 PROBATE COURT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) Los Angeles County. \ In the Matter of tlte Kstole, of Illlllnrd p, Dorsey. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersign- ed, Administratrix of the above-named estate, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit tho same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from the first publication of this notice, to the undei signed, or her Attorney, E. J. C. Kewen, at Iris Oliice, in the city of Los Angeles.—Dated, October 9th, 1858. CIVILITY R. DORSEY, tell Administratrix, &c. The Wood and Willow Ware ESTABLISHMENT OE HAWX-HUflpT & S©1* IS still iu lull operation, at their old stand. No. 39 SACRAMENTO STREET, where will bo- found the largest stock of goods in their line on the Pacific coast. uih26-6m Nc COLLINS & CO., 'J8 SANSOME STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. One door north of Sacramento Striet, IMPORTERS OF BED FUIWISHOG GOODS, AND MANDKACTUREKS AXJ) DEALERS IS BEDS AND BUDDING, WHOLESALE AND iiO'AIL, INVITC: ll»c attention of Families, Hotel keepers, Steamb;>at and Klii|> oivni'i-.s, Mining and Manufacturing companion, Kanchinrtn, and the Directors of I'ublic Institution!; generally, to their extensive Ntock of BEDS AND BEDDING, Kin bracing in ]>art, tii eir celebrated I'lvmiiHii and Patent Bprtag Beds ; [feather. Hair. Moss, Wool, Pulu and Straw Matrasses, of every size : Bolsters and Pillows ; Ready Made Bolster and l'i'lhiw Ticks j. Cotton and Linen Sliects. Pillow and Holster slips—.'ill hiiiss a-a-d a.ualilies— White, Bed. Blue, (irsen, ('Jray and .Mackintv.y and Navy Blankets; various stylts of \Yliite I'ainiU' and Bian-ustj : Pink, Blue. Orange, Purple and White Spreads ; Marseilles O.uilts ; Manchester aud Lancaster CJuuLerpane.x.ma Berth guilts: Comforters in great variety ;. Table Cloth.*, Nap'.tins and Towels; Bedshiads, l',rA Ijjjuiip's and Cols; also, Feallie-i-.s, Hair, Moss, Wool aud L'ulit ; Furniture Prints, 'tickings. Gotten and Linen Sheeting-; 1WA Laco, Bed Spring, &0., Sn the Matter of the Estate of ANTONIO YGNACIO ABILA, Deceased. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the under- jne<l, Special Administrator of the above named Estate, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from tho lirst publication of' this notiee, to the undersigned, at the residence oi- Hon Ygnacio Del Valle, on the Plaza, in the city of Los Angeles TEDRO ANTONIO ABILA, ypecial Administrator. Los Angeles, January 15, 1859. Him &c xten. In the Matter of the Estate of JUAN DOMINGO, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY G1TEN, by Ibe under- Bigned,.Executor and Executrix of the above- named Estate,, to t&e creditors of, and all person:- having claims against the said deceased, to present tlie saiBte. with the necessary vouchers, withiii ten months from the first publication of this notice, to the undemgned, at their residence, in tht city of Los Angelea, or thev will be I'oreyr barred DOLORES SEPULVEDA, RAIMUNDA FLL1Z, ExccrrtoF and Executrix of the Estate of Juan Domingo, deceased. Los Angeles. January 29th, LS5SL 10m To the Interior Merchants and others Interested. WM. H. BOVEE &. GO. PROPRIETORS OF THE Pioneer Coffee and Spice Mills, ESTABLISHED MAY, 1850, 123 Front Street, San Francisco, WOULD call the ATTENTION of those residing in the interior of the State, to their new Brand of Cofkek", (each package bearing their stamp) put up in 1. lb. papers, 48 lbs. in a cage ;, Also, for Restaurants and Hotels, in 5 lb. papers,. 100 lb. cases. The increased demand for this Bjuk»" has induced us to make such arrangements as will enable ua-to furnish-hereafter a Tiiult CHOICE An- ticlk op Cofi'ue, not to be surpassed, if equaled,, iq this market; and to those who aro desirous o(T Enji)¥jng-th3" Luxury of-an- Extra Fine cup ov-' Coffee, they may rely upon doing so, if they wil'i purchase our Branu of Family Coffke ; and the- conditions we offer are,—if it does not prove as re presented, return the same by rc-shipment. nndi draw upon us for all expenses incurred. We are- anxious to introduce this Brand throughout the interior of the State, aud we areuuTk-KJiiNsn to spare- no pains to make it a Trui.yFamily Coffek, satisfied that there are those who are willing to pay a-' reasonable fair price for the same. We shall continue to manufacture tlie Rio Coffee,. under the name of Pioneer Mills, and consumers* may rely upon it:-being of the same uniform quality as heretofore. Our brand of Fresh California Ground Spices (so-- generally known) we shall continue to furnish af the lowest market price, in i lb. glass and 5 and 101 lb. cangj un'26 Um »• tly'r U-Ohllr-. e\;uinm: tliuir stock by Ton- |i'iroli!iiiti.!i Orders accoinpa meJ with the eaab, g«f»ls rOmiil-li'l. iv-rll III; jil-'.l. jitl-. att.-l Tl:., .Muchmik.v ltistitul<', ul. lis I.-^t tiuu. aiviiril'j'f CvVfius & Go. tlitj-Firsi Mnt!-!^M.!sHiio lleiliKiif. GooJf< Jt'livered af, Uie stcarucrs fjef San fra iic laco, April 14, '59. Established in 1849. ONE OF OUR FIRM is at present travelling in Europe,where he is collecting and forwarding to us by every steamer the most splendid stock ol WITCHES A51) JEWELRY ever imported into this State. Our Watches cannot be surpassed for substantiality and tiiae-keep- iorg. Our Jewelry i& selected with the greatest care, aad none but tbe moss tasteful goods made of the finest goVd aire allowed to leave our estab lishment. We manufacture on the premises. We are the inventors of the art, and keep ahead of all competition. WATCH REPAIRING if? done by the best workmen, under our own in spection. aud warranted for one year. Watches For repair sent to us by Express arc attended to promptly. BARRETT & SHERWOOD, 13S Montgomery street, between Clay and Commercial streets, jy26 tf SAN FRANCISCO 11 H.P.Witlb, in hie pl»y of 'Tories-*,the Csam/ makes one ot tbe .-iv.- ,.,,-, ibMueTef siuce . a '.-..:-:;: -A ameers," aud He probably obtained Ihis droll uk'» Irom a German poet, whose -. <tnslati:tl: ib ^aid, wr now tables Tery bad, - Unre bate been dvo^ued therein AU ben-fs .md mauki.d !d Iheir sio, . Lord, I enu ihiuk, I would prvter some other driuk," A critic of Dtokeus, doeUieg oq lhe n'leasurc be apparao >c6oea and injiieri ■■v.- a iist of the killed and i fbisDoTels would n nn .I;.--:- tatMesttag child runs u> much ri.-k Ht his baadti as say ,A llio troops who stormed theB ilmoaa war* An architect proposes to buill a 'Cachelor't Hall," ■ BB| in bx\r in:; do I Iii orieolal oonnt-flca mtaitaala sn treated as ■ -ax: baai-buo-alyl,'hebjie ptUfC^aiqgetaewbw F. TILLMAN, OO Battery $tn*et, «.-sn Franciscu, Sole ocnt for TILTON k McFARLANDS FIRE and BURGLAR PKOOF SAFES, with Steel Vaalts and GomfaloattOB Locks. Our lock 13 so constructed lhal the owner cao ebang»> his com bination to any letter he may choose. It requires 00 key to opon the Sate : only number tin; letters, which is simple and easy to understand. The Safes ure impeniMrable lo drill or ehi?el. and are indorsed by huodieda ofour Merchanls and Bankers, and also by our Government and that orEug land, who being convinced of tbeir seem ity, havt lately sent us orders for their supply. nt nf aRKHABLE SAFE, please call at the above address and examine oure aat3 'Am t ; i-.*-;. GEORGE L. STORY & CO. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in FAIITS. OILS. IIIIIT M *\7'.AJUSr ISHSS, BRUSHES, COLORS, GLUES, ETC., ETC., No. 105 Clay street, DRY GOODS! HEYNEMAM, PICK & CO., © and 91 California street, (EMPIRE BLOCK,) IMPORTERS AND .TOBBKRS, OPFEK EOR BALE, ?, E. RAIMOND, COMMISSION MERCHANT' So. 105 Front street, (lleleeeen Washington and Merchant street.,)' SAN.ERANCKCO, will give particular attention to the' Purchase and Shipment, BY THE PIECE OR PACKAGE, BLAN-KJCTS—RED, WIIITE, BLUE, AND LAN-RETS- GliBBN Prints, Freneh and Engfisli Mei'inos,. Alpaeaf, Castores, Marseilles, Carpets. Heiwth lings. Crumb Olot'n, Linen Goodd of all kinds, Window Curtains, Damasks, Wool Plaids, Hoaiopy, And si Full Assortnaent of X>JEX~5T C3-OOX5S, For Sale, at Lowest Market Rates Telret Sifebena,-. Elack Oil Cloth, Pilot and Beaver Cloths, French Hats, Bhick Oil Cloth Hats, Shirts, French and English Mus ]in de Laine, Ppool Cotton, Farmer's Satin, Maishul's Linen Thread, Velvets, Bunting, Ginghams, 11. ;> L"m>ltnllsls and Owners of Ileal Eslatc 1 Contemplate malclrig Piimanmt ho rs well as to the SALE OF MERCHANDISE.ASOOO PRODUCE,- E. RAIMOND haying been estahliflied in Son-. Francisco since J840, and having been continually engaged in the Commission husiness lor Merchants and Producers ol the Southern nud Northern coast of California, at. well as wilh that, of Oregon and Washington Territories, leelfl confident that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to parties who may tntrurt their buaincfiB to his- sure. jyle ESTABLfSHKD JiV 1849. aM%f iff 11 Biiflllfs®' w. PHOENIX WORKS. KTTTREDGE & FRASER, FtCtPIUEXQES of the Phffinis Iron Works, Sau Francisco, desire to call your pastieular atten- tioa to Iho fact that they are extensively engaged in manufaoturing FIRE-PROOF DOORS AJNB SHUTTERS, BANK VAULTS, PRISON CELLS. &e. &q„ at greatly Reduced Prists, Our practical 'knowledge of tbe business hag been rendered complete, by ten years experience in San Francisco. Our best reference is our Work which can be seen io nearly every eity and town in this State and Oregon. Particular attention paid to orders Irom the country. Alarge assortment of second hand doors nnd shutters constantly on hand, aud for sale at very low rates. * 173 Battery Street, near t Francisco. Pacific. op'J-tim ' IRE A TRADE of tpisttitifisiiit SAN FBANCISCO. ccciving their stock for the Kl'ElNfr of NEW AND FRESH GOODS, and ofGers to country buyers the largest and hest" assortmenti*Q their line on the Pacific coast. Having boen engaged in the Drug Business in; San Francisco for the past tkn years, thoy flatter.- themsolves that their arrangements are such, that tbey cftR »l:r nnequaled inducemcuts to suoh as may Sai**' them with tlieir casteai. TbeSr assortment o'0"mpri&*9 everything in thei**. line of business that rntfi he re^nireii by Druggist?*, Physicians and1 Merahants, and also all goods in their lino in iise by Grocers, Bakers, Brewers, Confectioners, Dyers, Tanners, Afsarers of "Sold, Hatters, Soda Manufacturers, Bayers, llotsl Jiecpera and manufacturers. All the popular FAMILY PATENT MEDICINES received diroet from the proprietors and, guaranteed GENUINE, aud at the lowest trade, prices iph26-6m VOL. IX. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1859. NO. 20. Cos *3tugeles 0tar: PUBLISHED EVEKT SATDKDAY MORNING, At No. 1, Pico B-jiloinos, Spring Street, Los BY Angeles, II. HAMILTON. TERMS: Subscription, per annum, in advance, .$5 00 For Six Months, 3 00 For Three Months 2 00 Single Number 0 25 Advkhtiskmests inserted atTwoDollars per squaro often lines, for the first insertion ; and One Dollar per square for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to Yearly Advertisers. Easiness Carbs. C. E. THOM, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS ANGELES. Office in Pico Buildings, Spring street. j?3 Agency Notice. Mr. C. A. CRANE is our only authorized agent in San Francisco, to receive Advertisement and Subscriptions, receipt for the same, and to transact business generally for the Star. Office. 172 Montgomery street, between Washington aud Jacli- non, opposite the Lyceum. BELLA UNION HOTEL IMCctlxx Street, LOS AUGELES, FLASHNER & WINSTON, PROPRIETORS. MTHIS HOTEL, so Ion- known as the best in Southern Cal I fbr III JV, having passed into the bauuds of tho present Proprietors, has been thoroughly refitted, and many additions made to its accommodations. Strangers, and gentlemen with their families, will fi;id thia an agreeable home, at all times. The table will, he supplied, as heretofore, with all tlie delicacies of the market. oct2 LAFAYETTE HOTEL, Ofc-Iftixi. Street, OPPOSITE THF: BELLA UNION, I^OS ANGELES, THIS Establishment offers superior in- iduccnietits to the traveling public, find es- ■■pcei'illy to those wishing a quiet home. Tho location is desirable, the establishment large and commodious, with rooms—single aud for families— cle*u and well furnished, and a table well supplied with tlm choicest viands and delicacies of the season as is WL.ll known by thoso who have favored the house with their patronage. Tlm Proprietor will use every exertion, and ne- elect nothing togive his guests entire sutisfitction. EUKRIIARD k KOLL. Los Angeles, Dec. 11, 1858. UNITED STATES HOTEL. iMcviii Street, Ij o s Angeles. THE SUBSCRIBER having leased the ; above establishment, Ijegsleave toinform Liu public that he has rslltte3 nud rel'ur- le very best style. The table will be liberally *u|iplicd with everything th; market af- f'ords. and evmy care will be taken to make the UNITE!) STATES HOTEL a comfortable home lor boarders. A tached to the Hotel is a BAR, where the best Of liquors and cigars are kept Terms, moderate to suit the times. F. WEAVER. Los Angeles. Dec. 22, 1S58. Roofing! Hoofing I Mastic noofins 111 E. P. RUSSELLS PATENT. FRANCIS MELLUS, HAVING purchased the patent right of the above valuable invention, for the purpose of supply- *u"lhe counties of Los Angeles, Sun Bernardino ;itid Sau Diego, is now prepared ty execute all orders with which he may be favored. The public are aware tliat it has been the study of scientific men, architects and builders, formally yt to discover au article for Roofing purposes, that will withstand sudden changes ol climate, be impervious to water, and of sure protection against fire. The inventor of this roofing labored many years to coin- 'tiuo articles which would answer the above purpose nud obviate the difficulties of rust and decay attendant upon till and shingles, and the destruction by U10 sun and fro3t of the various compositions used lor rooting. This he succeeded in doing, and now, after six years of the severest trial we would invite the careful attention of all interested in such matters, believing tliat they will be fully convinced of its practicaf value both for durability and economy, in which respects we believe that its equal is not at present known. This roofing cau readily be applied to roofs of every description, either steep or Hat, and can be put on over shingles or tin, being much cheap- or than the first aud at half the cost of the latter. Two coats of the mastic put on over an old leaky tin roof, will m ike it as good as new at one-third of the cost. Iu preparing this roofing a heavy drilling or canvass is used, which is thoroughly saturated with a. perfectly water-proof preparation, alter which it receives a thick coating, upon both sides, of the Hour of soapstune, which sets into the texture of the canvass, and gives it a firm body, making it very elastic and durable. After the canvass, as prepared, is put upon thereof, another coating ol mastic, which is thoroughly tilled with sand, is given it, making it fireproof iu every respect. Ity exposure, this coating becomes firm aud solid, giving you a roof that cau be walked upon with perfect impunity, and ae durable as anything known; and we do most candidly and unhesitatingly believe, far superior to anything of the kiud yet discovered; and alter a severe test of many years, stand as reliable aud good us when Grit put on, without change or decay. All that we ask is, that a careful examination may be given it, and we feel convinced that it will bear all the recommendation which wo offer of it. Annexed we give you the names of some of the persons using this roofing, and to whom we are at libei ty to refer: RKFERlCVCF.e. IS QOSTOS.—Union (JUssCo, Killjy st.; Arafirlean Ttvas« Tube Co. to.j Suite, si.-.: 0. Uyi-.r. :ir<'hU.'.c.i..-to SUi« st: II.>- t«j & Co. T Merchant's ro\i: E. H. Dr^tyrock, furciture rtsaler, 4 Union St.: M. Crocker, wholesale druggist, 34 lortia street. IN CAMBRIDGE.—Hon. Emery Washburn, Quincy rtt.t ll. O. Houghton. Main st.: Burra^, St 0-A;l-y & Co, lumber dealer*: D, Osburn, planing mills, Main at.: T. ti J Lowe, IM SOMMEHVILLE—Benj.Itaudal, builder: E. E. Cole, <n*xby J: Col.-) pile driver*. IS ROXUOKY—Win. Darton,builder:Johnson fcLevett, builder*. IS DOaCHKSTEB—Edward McKetchato, builder: Thos. r»y»on. f:irraer. IS UEPON'CI-IT—Edli'n Allviu. MjpcriiitcrnlfintoiliYorks. IN BPRittaWELD—H.Gray, superintendent, C. W. Cha- pia. President W.'R. R. IS FAl.ii RIVKR—Richard Borden, Pre*. Iron Works. T. Borden, Globe PrintWorka. F. MELLUS, Junction Main and Spring streets. Los Angeles. Sept. 25, 1858. ______ E. J. C. KEWEN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, LOS ANGELES, Cai,., Will practice in the Courts ol the First Judicial District, the Supreme Court, and the U. S. District Court of the Southern District of California. Office, in Temple's Buildiug, opposite Mellus's store. Jan. 1st, lSJU. SLOAN & REYNOLDS, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law OFFICE—Fm Pico's lEi-lclc BullrtliiK, Near the Court House, Spring Street. S. W. P. SLOAN'. S. F. REYNOLDS. Los Angeles, April 1, 1859. apU ~WM. H. SHORE, " KTotary :E-*ix"fc>l±o. jan*29 office with k. drown. Tlie Horticultural Exhibition. Trip up the 111o Grniidc. On the 10th inst., the Fair of tbe California j Ihad been waiting some time for a good oppor- Ilorticultural Society closed its proceedings ; and tunity to visit Rio Graude city and Rouia, when although, says the Alta, the display was, on the late iu tbe evening of the 13th of May I saw a whole, the tinest ever made ia any country, the j friend fixing his huggy.and I asked hini if he was DR. J. C. WELSH, Wholesale and Hetail DRUGCIST, ■IS MA1JT STREET, LOS AJTGELES. MYLES & SMALL APOTBPHOAIIIES, MAIN STIIEJET- fehl9 H. P. SWAIN, RESIDENT WKNTIST, LOS ANGELES, Tempi*'* Olock, Mali it, nearly opposite clul i Entrance through Dr. T. J. While's Drug Sto. C. DUCOMMUIM, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Wholesale and Retail Denier in Fancy <-oo<ls, Books A Stationery, TOBACCO, PIPKS. CIGARS; ALSO, Window Glass, Oils and Colors, Varnishes, Turpntin, &c. &c. &c. The most varied and extensive stock on hand, to : found out of tan Francisco. sepll BACHMAN & CO, WUOLHSALK AND 1IKTAI" ct-rlce, Wines, "Liquors DEALERS IX lotlilnjj, Hartt- Produce, Hides, ami Wool taken lit exchange. Los Angeles street, second hous'.: trom Coranjer- FLEISHMAN & SIGHEL, IMPORTERS AJVD DEALERS J.V Hardware, Crockery, Paints, Oils, Ilii- I. Building feli'JO. .Miotics Street. s-a-XiT ^o:e*. sale. 1000 Bags of Salt for sale, by 38m FRANCIS MELLUS. 2B - Xj ^- !3 -A. X-t X>, IMl'OKTEK, And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fi-eiich, English and Afliierican Dry Goods. Corner of Melius Row, Los Angeles. any 2 FRANCIS MELLUS, WHOLESAI.K AM) RETAIL DEALER In Groceries, Hardi-vare, Paints, Oils, Ac &c. JUNCTION OF MAIN AND SPRING STREETS LOS ANGELES. ai.K. PHINEAS BANNING, Forwarding and Commission Merchant;, LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO. olO Frieght forwarded to rOKT YUMA. SAN BERNARDINO, PORT TEJON, and all parts of the three Southern Counties, with his accustomed promptness. E. H. WORKMAN 8l BRO. Saddlers and Harness Makers, TEMPLES MARBLE FRONT BLOCK, Will keep constantly ou hand an assortment of Saddles, Harness, &c. &c. Repairing done wllH promptness. Oct. 24tb, 1868, attendance was not commensurate therewith. From the reports of the various committees of this society, and the Fruit Growers Convention, we take the following extracts :— TEARS. The committee on pears report, that many 0' the summer pears, the Bartlett included, were ov er-ripe and the true flavor could not be diaccrned' But anything superior to the specimen of Bartlett pears exhibited by Mr. Gould, we do uot remember to have tasted. We have lound no pear that can compare with this variety of summer fruit. It is worthy of note that tho specimens of Bartlett pear from Smith's gardens, at Sjcrameuto, are le?s ripe than those from the hay districts—say, ten days later. And tho same pear is just enter iug our markets from Los Angeles (400 miles south) in barely ripe condition. Fall pears are not ripe, which makes judgment difficult of determination. That tho Seckle is properly a fall pear, is made certa'iu by the fact, that it is at this time (September d, 1S5*J,) unripe' Tlie Louis Bonne appears to be the second hest, after the Seckle ; hut it is apt to decay at the centre, unless it be plucked before maturity, aud allowed to ripen off the tree. Tbis remark probably applies to lall pears generally. The winter pear presents much more difficulty ; not any being far enough matured to afford any lair judgment. Besides, we have as yet uo experience that covers more than a fractional number of tlie varieties exhibited. The Easter Beurre aud the Winter Neliis appear to he the most fully proven as to keeping realities and to flavor coiubiued. WILL CALIKOKNIA API'LLS KEEP ? This question, so interesting to our fruit men, is now answered in tbe affirmative. Mr. Wadswortb, editor of tho Culturist, and originally impressed with tbe idea that our apples would not keep, presents specimens of apples grown hy Charles Mock, of Petaluma, iu 1858— whicb are now iu a state of good preservation. There aro three varieties—viz: first, the Ilall, second, the Green Skin, or Green Cheese; third, the Carolina Greening—all being of South Carolina stock. Dr. Haile, of Alameda, exhibits specimens ol what looks like the Green Newtown Pippin (and so we call it) grown on his ground in 1S58, aud now iu sound condition. Mr, Osborn, of Napa, and Mr. Hill, of Sonoma" have each preserved the Newtowu Pippiu of 1858 to the cud of May, 1859. It Is earnestly desired that other public spirited ments. From experience so far realized, we commend to notice tbe cultivation of several varieties of apples (aud of other fruits) which are being introduced, natives of South Carolina aud Georgia- It appears tbat trees from those latitudes east are better adapted to the climate of California for late keeping than trees from lhe more northern Slates. Bernard Fox, of Sauta Clara, bas raised in his nurseries some lifly varieties of southern apple trees, hearing many names quite unknown to us, being mostly seedlings from the Indian settlements. As our fruit increases, it behooves growers to look to their stock. Trees which this year are in good market standing may be supplanted in public favor a few years hence. It is the design of Ihis report lo serve the iutere.Lt of growers by giving publicity to whatever new suggestions seem to bear upon their interests. The experience of every grower seems to unite in recommending the selection of nursery trees of one year's growth Irom the graft in preference to older plants. The mutilation of root is proportionately less in transplanting, and the future hardihood of the tree will repay tbe apparent delay of growth—which is ouly apparent, as the third year will rrove. Bff. ROSTET, LOS ANUEL.ES STREET, lu front of CorWtl Oi Barker, HAS the honor to announce to the Public, that he Btill'carries on his business at the old stand, as above, and having in his employment competent workmen, he is prepared to execute all orders with which be may be favored, in the Manufacturing of Pine Haruess-Cnrrlnge Repnlrliig,and Mending uf nil kinds. Also, everything tu tlie Saddlery Husiness. Los Angeles, Nov. 31st, 1858. LAVENTHAL & LETTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps and Slioea, Have removed to the new brick buildiDg in Beau- dry's Block, Corncroftin Angelesnnd Allnostrcets, opposite Melius'Building, Where the public maybe assured of procuring the cheapest and best goods, offered at 10 per cent, on San Francisco cost. LAVENTIIAL & LETTER. Los Angeles, Aug. 28,1868 The Hamburg Bremen * FIRE INSURANCE GO. INSURES against Losses by Fire in all the citieB and towns in California, At Greatly Reduced Kutes. For particulars apply to MORRIS SPEYER, 138 Washington street, San Francisco. All losses settled here in Cash immediately after the amount is ascertained. aug5-3aj Fruit Growers' Convention. Second Day, Friday, Sept. 9.—TLe convention met at i o'clock, Mr. Osborne, President, iu the chair. The subject of grapes was then taken up, and the following varieties recommended for cultivation : Black Hamburg, Wilmot's Black Hamburg, Black Cluster, Violet Chasselas, Mclieady's, Early White, Jocelyn, St. Alhaus, Victoria Hamburg, Chasselas, Foutainbleau, White Muscat ol Alexandria, Cannon Hall Muscat (for some localities.) Catawba—Catawba was placed on the list for further trial, as it haa uot proveu worthy of general cultivation. California Mission—The old grape of California has fallen in Ihe estimation of fruit growers, as so many varieties of foreign grapes prove superior. Itis therefore recommended lbe culture iu some localities, and not fur general cultivation. WINE UllAl'ES. Mr. Delma3, of San Jose, recommended the following species of grapes as the best for wine, the fiuiling ol winch have beeu tried by him during the last three or four years, and are adopted by the society, from their knowledge of his culture. As every piece of information in regard to the wine business possesses no secondary interest, we give the list entire : For Red Wine—Black Burgundy, Black Hum- burg, Black Bluster, Balzac, Barbaronx. Cabinet, Charbonneau. Dischia Gris, Large Rosa oi Peru, Gros noir d'Espagne, or Large Black 6'pauis-h. Gros noir de Guislin, cr Large Pluck Guislin, Lachrima Christi (Tearsof Christ), Mfllvoisleide Berlin Mennier Noir. Merienn Noir. Mansm. Noir Doux (Black Sweet), OeuilladeNoir(BluckGlauce). Ponlsare, Tinturier, Noir de Praisaa. The following sptcies are recommended for White Wine : Blanc Doux (White Wine), GroR Cadillac, White Malvoieie Valet Blanc, Blancde Bjryerac. Lalolk' Blanche, Coulonbare, Tokay de Sunel, Reissling. AMKK1CAN VAl'.IETIES OF ORAPE8. The following lot of American varieties of the vine, were recommended for general cultivation: Isabella, if trained high ; Black Malvoisie, Flame Tokay (in some localities), Sweet Water, aud Royal Muscadine. The i'ollo'AiDi: varieties were placed on hat for further trial: Concord, Rebecca, Rose Muscat, Dana, Early Muscadine. going up lhe country. He said he was. Wheu do yon start! In a few minutes, but I'd wait till morning for a companion, and give him a seat in my buggy. Enough said, I'll go. And thus at an unexpected moment the good opportunity offered, and I was ready. I packed my saddle-bags in good old itinerant fashion, bid my friends good bye, slept, awoke, and was ready for niy journey. At an early hour we were on our way. The road is smooth, the air cool, the horses fy-Ai. lhe knogy light, and my travelling companion Is a scholar, well versed in ancient and modern literature, has been ou this frontier from the be ning, i3 thoroughly acquainted witb the mam and customs of the people, has seen the elephant on all sides, aud, like all men of his claa's, is communicative, aud seems never to tiro iu rei ting his adventures and answering your question so I am '-thoroughly furnished" for a pleasai trip. The country through which we traveled is sui-geueris. Hero are no bold mountains, no gently rising hills, no broad prairies stretching beyond the reach of the eye, no msjestic forests overarching the road but a level counlry thickly set with low scrubby trees, scraggy bushes and all varieties of the cactus. This may well be considered a thorny laud, for almost everything has a thorn; hut nowithatanding lhe growth of the conn" try, the soil is rich, and where there ia rain, produces a variety of crops in great abundance and with lit.le labor. Our seasons are so long that two crops will mature in oue year; but there ia so little rain here lhat people cannot depend upou tlieir farms for a living unless they irrigate tlieir lauds, hut this can be easily done. The land is cheap and productive on the Rio Grande, and thousands who are almost starving on the wcrn out hills of the old Stales would do well to seek homes upon tliis frontier. Itisahcaltby country, aud never molested by ludians. I heartily wish that enterprising upright Americans would come aud settle up this whole valley. They would give a new tone to our society, aud sow more than one kind ol goodseed. But while wo have talked ol the appearance and productiveness of the country, tlie coolness of the air has goue, the sun has mounted to zenith, and now makes dusty viejentes and panting caballo glad to see a raneho, aud at the lirst opening we turn in. And now that we are in the shade, (how pleasant it is) and while we arc waiting for dinner (don't think you'll hear anything more of the dinner, for if J could ask no questions *or stomach's sake, I'll tell no tales for con- ;-cienCi! sake) we will havo a tale about the ranchos. whic.lt ine larms on which several families live, and resemble small villages. Generally | there arc Irom twentymo a huudred persons on a lancho. The fields are fence wilh brush, and tho houses are made ot poles and crass or carl. The frames of the houses ure first mads of poles and then wealherboaided with cane or long grass, thongs of raw-hide being used instead of nails. The houses or jaocols (pro hark-ols) thus made are plastered inside with mud and covered with grass or palmetto. A dozen or two of these rude buildings clustered together in or uear the brush-enclosed lit'ld are called a raneho, aud tbere are many of these ranches on both sides of the Rio Grande, and ihey are all very much alike, but there is a remarkable addition to some of them. At a convenient place there is a loug broad arbor covered with grass or cane and surrounded with seals. At one end of this arbor there isa fixture somewhat like a pulpit. But the arbor, what ts it for? It is for a fandango. Here men and women, old and young, often meet and spend lhe whole night in lively Mexican dances. And the pulpit fixture, what is il* It is the bar, where are kept liquors and viauds Lo refresh and inspirit faudaugeros. But I cauuot teli you all the thoughts aud thco" ries that passed through my mind duiiug the trip. A trip up the Rio Grande will make auy earnest man Ihink much and feel more. At almost every raneho one cau liud material fur a long letter, so peculiar and strange are the manners and customs of Lhe Mexicans; but I must try to close this letter. Atouerauch where we stopped for dinner, we fouud some white people, some black and some neither the one nor the other, but they all seemed to understand English. 1 bad never heard of them before, but tbey were huinau beings and Christ died fur ihem. They had uot heard a sermon lor years and perhaps would uot for yenrs tOCOme. My heart yearned for them, and I rmiember the great commission, "preach the Gospel to every creature," and so I told my fried if he would wait I would pr each. He said lie would gladly do so- In a short time hveuly-iive caine together. 1 took for text the lllh and 12th verses ot the sec- [ ond chapter Of Tilu.;, and preached as earnestly as as I could, aud at lhe conclusion oi the service I baptised three children, by the request ofthe patriarch of the raneho, who had beeu a melhodist in Alabama before comini; out west.— One mau told me he had uot heard a seimon for twenty-four years. The Bced was sown by the wayside,yet wbo knoivs but it fell in good giound. I remained twelve days initio Graude cily, aud preached four times. All of the Americans aud some of the Mexicans attended and listened atien- Lively to what I had lo say.—Rev. Dr. 'Thompson's letter from Brownsville. Duel between tin H I), c. llroderlck end the lion. D. S. Ten)'. A very serious duel o;curr«d yesterday between the Hon. David C. Broderick, Senator for California, and the Hon. David S. Terry, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of this State. The difficulty bad beeu long pending, and aa the whole matter has already been bruited abroad, wo decliuo going over the ground. The parties named met yesterday morning, about a quarter before seven o'clock, la n beautiful ravine ou the raneho ot Mr. Davis. in .San M.ueo county, two miles from the dividing line between the counties of'Sau Mateo and Sau Frauol800. They were accompanied by their seconds, surgeons, and about seventy frieuds. The ground was measured oil, the principals posted, and the word given. Tho weapons wero regular dueling pistols, Lhe distance ten paces, and the tiring to be done between tho word "lire" and the word'-two." At lhe first lire Mr. Broderick received hia antagonist's ball iu Lhe right breast, about two inches above tho nipple, while his ball struck the ground a few feet in advance ol Judgu Jerry. Mr. Broderick reeled aud fell, when Judge Terry left the ground with his friends. Mr. Broderick was couveyed to the bona of Mr. Lconidaa Haskell, at black point, where he received erery possible attention. At eight o'clock last night, wu learned Lhat the ball had beeu extracted. It wae found lodged under the skin on the outside of lhe left shoulder, near the poiut of aiticulaliou. Tho ball had entered the right breast at the point above named, when it took an outward course, passing through the muscles, shattering the sternum, or breast bone, and wounding the left lung, but how much has not been ascertained. It was tho opinion of llie surgeons, at tliat hour, that unless tbo left lung was badly injured, tho wound was not necessarily mortal. Mr. Broderick wus a good deal easier at eight o'clock.-— Herald, llth. Front San Jitnn. The Victoria papers contain but litle news from San Juan. We extract the following: We learn, says the Colonist, from a party who arrived yesterday from San Juan, that ono hundred soldiers arc engaged throwing up a rorliflca- tiou on the summit ul the hill, below the Hudson Bay Company's station. H. M, S. Pyladen arrived ta Esquimalt September 3d, from San Francisco. The United States steamer Active. Capt. Alden, arrived at Victoria September Sth, from Sau Juan. The Steamer Julia Bushnell arrived at Victoria September 1st, from ports on the Sound. The Julia touched at Sat) Juan Island and landed for the American troops there stationed, a quantity of stores, together with cattle, horses, mules, and carts, which were forwarded from Steilacoom.— She brings later "Washington and Oregon papers, but they contain no important news. Oa « ~...t, ~r U.fii^u ~ l^tT «.„a 1 :^I..I4j-, says the Gazette, drawn by a Fellow of lhe Royal Geographical Society, and published in London last year by Philips <fc Co., the -S.m Juan Archipelago (including an island north of Belvieu) is given as a portion of Washington Terrifory. ■ ■«■»» '.^«,., ,.»- .—— Guaxd Demockatic Salute.—A grand Democratic salute ol one hundred guns was fired from thi! top of Telegraph Hill yesterday, in accordance wilh orders from the Democratic Central Committee, and In honor of the late Democratic victory iu this state. Half an hour afterwards a Federal salute of 88 guns was lired in honor of the Administration. The whole allair waa under Lhe eumuiaiid ol Capt. John Phillips, and was lired wiiii the greatest precision and regularity,—Her' old. Machinery euk tub Sauinaw Completed.—-Mr, Peter Donahue, of the Union Foundry, has just completed the entire machinery for the United Slates stiamer Saginaw, launched at Marc Island g few mouths ago. It has been constructed uuder the immediate supervision of Mr. George Aewcll, Chief Engineer oT the Uuited Stales Navy. Tin- whole affair is a credit to Calilornia. and will convince Congress tlmt wo are able to Luild a lirst class frigate from our own resources.—Herald. The Sauta Cruz Sentinel says: "The whaling season has commenced at Mont'-rcy, nearly a month later than tlie usual time: On last Saturday week the Portuguese whalemen look twu whales, making lour that ihey have captured thin season. Capt. Davenport, with a boat's crew also took two—a cow and calf. Mackerel have reached the oilier side ol the bay, and our neighbors ot Monterey are catching Ihem in great abundance. They have not made 'heir appearance here, but will probably do so soon. Smelt and barraerouta, though, are honoring our waters, and adorning our tables. MixiTiTi.AN.August 17.—The mail aud passengers were robbed by Patrtcioe. The mails were cut open six mils from the town of Tehuautepec. Miramon has dissolved his Cabinet. Marqueuaa has revolted against Miramon, but the Liberals are besieging Marquensa, in Gaudalajara. The Archbishop of Mexico has excommunicated the liberal party. Gen. Noll has been defeated at TamaulL pas. looping all his artillery. Degellado has as „ ,ed the command of the Liberal army, lie premises to take the capital by October. He wants three millions in money and 40,000 men.— The decree against the church is being ex-cuted. J Bonds of matured debt have risen 10 pet* ceut, eat t»»ar« Tm-: SfLvsn Hans ra MoxTimar.—- The lirst lot quick silver which has bei-n brought by wagons, arrived here to-day from New Idrla, eighty liva miles south of this place, drawn by ati ox team, and iu new wagons. Considerable money ha* been expended by Daniel Gibb of Suu Francisco, tu make the road Irom San Juati to llie mine, passable tor auy vehicle*. They bring SO flasks, making 2000 ms.—Herald. The Ni:w Orleans Delta Ibiokfl ibaljlbc ipflakeT ship nf the next House of Representatives |fw be twe*m the Hon. Em. Eiboridge of Mi the IIou. Tom Corwlo of Ohio. aod CLBVBUHp, "■■ -^ng. JL—John Pnn^lield's pail factory bWnd today. Loss, $15,000; insured for $8,000—all In New York companies. Piin.AimU'iiiA, August ZO.—The celebrated mw- ing machine uiaiiulaciory ol Geo. Sleet k Co., nus burned to tbe ground this morning—the work of an incendiary—but the buriuess ul the house, ex tending over tbe whole ooontry, will not be dis- turbed by lhe occurrence. There is aO Insurance of $3 1,000 un tiie property detlrojed, Tbe Loui*?ill* Joumdt asserts very oonfldenl- that.Mr. J. V. Brown, tbe member-elmt limn tho liflh district ol Kentucky, and who will pet be of OOOBtitullonal age to take his seat at the opening f tbe next session ol Congress, will not present blmself for tbat purpose, but wait ulill the second s.'S.-km. If the Presidency Should be sent to tlie House. neither Kentucky not North Carolina will have a vote if lb.- members. I,xt hold "« H'eir present position. In both States the Congraesiooal delegations are equally divided. We always think ofa very mean man, that be is made by one of nature's cobblers, and 1-ke an lOols^ed boot, thrown olfwilhoul being ".-ouled.' When is a fish likq a bird ". When it is a perch.. Under our greatest troubles often lie cur ffsWSm
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 9, no. 19 , September 17, 1859|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "The treasure seeker", "The old arm chair", [col.4] "Acquisition of lower California", [col.5] "A remarkable and affecting incident", "Biographical sketch of the late Samuel Neal"; [p.2]: [col.1] "A young girl's thoughts on her twentieth birthday", "Facts in physiology", "Moral suasion on a ram", "About a pig", "Shakespeare's opinion of Austria".|
|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 1859-09-11/1859-09-23|
|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. 19 , September 17, 1859|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m108|
|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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A Young Girl's Thoufjlit* on tier Twentieth
Glrl'| sunny days are over
Tiu-y. with all their wayward brightness,
Part away 1
"Woman's earnest paih before me
Who can tell wliat grief aud aaguish
Guide me. Father ! God of mercy 1
On the Way ;
Never from tby holy guidance *
Let uie htray !
Give tne that meed of joy or Borrow
Whatsoe'er Thy will ordstnetb
Best for me.
In ;:,.- vl,;-Liv,.-,- and the d.'.rkness
Be iny star,
Iu the light, lest radiance dazzle,
Cu not far 1
Make mu patient, kind aud gentle,
1) -.-: l.y day ;
Teach uie how to live more nearly
As I pray.
That my heart so much desireth
Grant me still,
I( that earnest hope accordeth
Will! Tby will;
Should Thy mercy quite withhold it,
Be thou near. t
Let mc feel I hold its promiso
All too dear.
Here, upon life's very threshhold,
Take my heart ;
From thy holy guidance let it
When life's stormy strife Is over,
Take me bome,
There to be mure fully, truly,
— Sharpe's Magazine.
AS a general stomach corrector, these Bitters
have oo equal iu restoring the vital energy of
the whole system.
Half a wiueglass full taken before meals will
prove a certain cure for Dyspepsia, dispelling
flatuleacyjaud oppression of tbe chest, while they
impart to an impaired appetite a keen relish for
As a Wine Bitter, for the use of Hotels and Restaurants, they will be found indispensble, rendering all beverages truly delightful, being a purely
vegetable compound, entirely free from any pernicious coloring matter.
Purchasers will please observe the name "BUY*
AHT3 STOMACH BITTERS." pressed on each
bottle aud cap. and see that the autograph signature is ou tbe label.
G. N. BRYANT, New York.
-#getits for San Francisco;
3m aug27 WM. NEWELL & CO.
25 CASES... .
Facts is Physiology.—A mauls taller in the
morning than at night to the extent of half an inch,
owinv io the relaxation ot the cartilegcs. The
human brain Ib the twenty-eighth of the body, but
in the horse but a four-hundredth. Ten days per
annum is the average sickness of human life.—
About the age ol '36, the lean man generally becomes fatter, and the fat man leaner. Ricbter
enumerates L'OO distinct species iu the eye. The
pulse of children is ISO iu a minute; at puberty
it is 80; and tt 00, ouly CO. Dr. Leiton ascribed
health and wealth to water; happiness to small
beer; and all dieases and crimes to tbe use of spir
its. Elephants live for two hundred, three hundred, and even four hundred years. Bats iu India
aro called Hying fuxes, and measure six feet from
tip Ui tip. Sheep in wild pastures practice self
defense by an array in wliich rams stand foremost,
in concert with ewes and lambs in Lhe center of
a hollow square. Three Hudson's Bay dogs draw
a sledge.louded wilh "100 pounds fifteen miles per
flay. One pair of pigs will increase in six years
to 119,100. taking the increase at fourteen times
per annum. A pair of sheep, in the same time,
would be but fit. A single female horsefly produces io one season 20,080,320 eggs. Tbe flea.
grasshopper, and locust, jump two hundred times
their own length, equal to a quarter ofa mile ior
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600 PIECES BRUSSEI.S AND VELVET CABTETS
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1500 PIECES FLOOR OIL CLOTH
1000 PIECES COCOA AND CHINA MATTING
500 CASES PAPER HANGINGS
•20 CASES TABLE OIL CLOTH:
30 CASES CURTAIN DAMASKS
50 CASES LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS
20 CASES WINDOW SHADES AND HOLLANDS
100 DOZEN RUGS AND MATS
100 I'lECEA DRUGGETS AND BAIZES
N O W L A N DING ,
For Sale at LOWEST KATES.
HO and 11*2 Clay street,
jy23-3in SAN FRANCISCO.
Moral Suasion on a Ram.—When a friend of
ours, whom we call Agricola, was a boy, he lived
on a farm in Berkshire county, the owner of which
was troubled by a dug Wolf. The cur killed his
sheep knowing, poi baps, that he was conscientiously Opposed to caiital punishment, aud he could
devise no means to prevent it. "I can break him
ol it," said Agricola, '-if you will give me leave."
"Thou art permitted," said the bouest farmer;
and wc will let Agriwla tell the story in his owu
words. "There was a ram on the farm," said -Agricola, " as notorious for butting as Wolf was for
sheep stealing, and who stood in as much need of
moral suasion as the dog."
"I abut Wolf up iu the barn with this old follow,
and the consequence waa lhat the dog never looked ;i h;vvji ii; tli.) I'dco agaiu. The nun broke every bone in his body.)literally. Wonderfully uplifted was the ram aforesaid, by his exploit; his
insolence became intolerable; he was sure to pitch
on whomsoever went nigh him.
" 'I'll fix him,' said I—and bo I did. I rigged
an iron crowbar out ol a -hole in the bam, point
foremost. apid put au old bat on the end of it.—
you can't always tell, when you see a hat, whether there is a head in it or not; how then should a
ram? Aries made at it full butt, and being a
good marksman from long practice, the bar broke
in between hie borne and oatne out under his tail.
Thin little admouition effectually cured him of
S. H. PRICHARD & BRO.,
Commission and Forwarding Mcr
No, 97 Front Street, San Francisco,
Joues and Hudson's Chewing Tobacco ;
Va. Offering fcn Cala.;
Our Jewel ;
E. J. Hudson's Smoking ;
Sweet Scented Orouoco ;
Rose of .Sharon ;
Pricbard'B Corn Cob;
James' Chievers Wellington.
. . ALSO agbnts por. .
Britain'a VIRGIMA DEW DROP "WHISKY,
in Bbls. and half Bbls.
Will receive orders lor Drugs, Medicines, &c.
for Messrs. Thomas & Fuller, New York.
$10 INFESTED MAY GAIN YOU $50,000,
Lotteries on the Combination, and others on the
Havana or Single Number plans.
WITH CAPITAL PHIZES OF
And numerous others of smaller deuominations
will be drawn at
Augusta, Georgia, nnd Wilmington, Delaware,
under thesuperintendence of sworn commissioners,
every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY ol
#5D~Tbere are thousands of wealthy persons
ho owe iheir success in life to oue of Wood,
Eddy .fe Co.'s tickets.
WOOD, EDDY & CO. M AN AGEES
—Sue cts sore to—
Samuel Swan & Co., and Gregory &
^•■"■"■©-Tickets in any of these schemes may be obtained from Ten to Fifteen Days after the drawing
takes place, and tbe purchaser will consequently
have to hold his ticket only Eight or Ten Days
before he will get tbe Official Drawings, which will
be published iu several of the most prominent San
Francisco Arewspapers, and a file of the New
York Herald will be found at the office of
D. D. CASSNER,
C AM FOB-MA BRANCH JUANAGEB
98 Aloiitgomery Street, Room No. li,
Whole Tickets, $10, Halves, $5,