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SUMMONS. SHERIFF'S SALE. A TRIP IO SALMON. 11Y MAX IRWIN. Ant—'1 Jordan.'"1 1 looked to the North and I looked to the South, And I saw the Californians a coining, Witb their picks, and pans and shovels on their backs. They were traveling their way up the Salmon. CHOBUB, Then Wive yonr money boys to pay your way thro,' Two to one on Salmon against Cariboo, Don't be too bast; and gel iuto a fever, For you'l! all make a fortune up in Salmon river. We left California with a hundred pound pack, And rested on the Siskiyou mountains, We took a drink of red eye and started ou the track, Por ils a bard road to travel up to Salmon. We traveled through Rogue river all complete, Till we trot away out to the Canyon, When the Umpqua country stuck to our feet, But we shook it oil ou tbeCallapoola mountains We camped that night and all climbed a tree, To look for the laud of promise, Bui, away to lhe North as tar as we could see, There was nothing but the river Long Thomas. The Long Tom country is the best ever fouud, For snakes, frogs and alligators, Alter the hogs have rooted up the ground, Ttie farmers, plan*, their potak.es. I asked n Long Tom man to loan me a hoss, I will return him again next Summer, " By the flood already I have suffered great loss, So you had better git, you California bummer.' We called a miners' meeting rip-lit on the spot, For President we elected old Higgins, We agreed one aud all to fill our pockets full of pocks Aud foot it to the Salmon River Diggings. \_Portland Times. .:... .h. tollnwlnir: The wrongs and Borrows *'""• ,_,_,„. "» Tta wrongs aod sorrow,| «£^_ „_,_,.,, William Workman, plaintiff writes the following . *„., 0, _ of Venice—how long and sorrowful is the tale! For how much misery will Austria be responsible- bow terrible the account which will be called up against her Kaiser, when he shall be summoned to the tribunal from whence there ia no appeal.— Letters from Venice to-day speak of the anger of the Venetians at the Vandalism of the oppressors, who are now engaged iu piercing Ioophooles for mucquelry in the walls of the time-honored palaces ol the Doges. When Bhall we see Benedek, tike Marino Faiiero, decollates pro criminibus ? But a sadder story lias plunged Venice into more lhan ita wonted sorrow. A young Hungarian uo- ble, iu au Austrian regiment, had fallen violently in love with a beautiful V'euettau girl. They met Irequeutly in society. She returned his passion told him she loved him, that she would never marry another, but that she could never marry him, an officer in an Austrian regiment, while three of her brothers were fighting for Italy. Vainly did the Hungarian urge hia suit, earnestly entreating a meeting. At last tbe fair Venetian wrote to him : "'■*" me _ If you FRENCH, WILSON &COT, ....MIKE TUB BE8T.... CLOTHING. MoriU Morris, A.D. IBtU, lu a w....... ..... - s».n«.l l'r«s«r, p»n~ j, arm «od »ty„, s_iU j. plaintiff anil Andres Dnarte is defendant, I jniriUSIimS. WOOdS, All Kinds of Moms, ,Snj! miss .\. Osniisiuv ; Msriiini. \ ill.i, 'IV.os.i , . ,li,.pf.,i.,l I havo s^i-swl nn nnrl pliall niO- ^ , ■■- o ,, . , -..., . . . - Aso,.„,i„„ Vilfi .is 8. '.„-,.. .,„,,;■., villi.
■,'I ;l \ ill;i ii,- ... , - , „ . , -' uiiicf-si-m villa .if s-,n.-.iif/. Mavia de1 .,>„ Los Angeles, State of California, known and des- — *.i. -*—oiminitnownto cribed as follows : Commencing at the mouth of -i-i„i Uivor thence running II out oi'the IMatnet Court oi iul, * .-» |DV3trict in an d for theoooM J»D£8£; Furnislllng Goods, TrunKs, Valises, Carpet Bags, UmlH'.rllas Etc., .TO BE.... Found in any lletnil^Hou.e 1" Calilornia Goods suitable for traveling purposes in any climate. We have fitted up » Custom Department in connection with onr former business, and, emp o,-over Chapman, Concession mua ,.D _,_, , _._., Alleles Villa, ami Villa, whosefull name is unknown to cribed as follows : LiOUiun;uu>us « piriintiii', and iienjanii.i.i. Virgin, tho. canon of Sati Gabriel Hiver, thence running yuu are l.tM-ohy ii-iit! ,e Mo appear in an action imraght B0utberiy anfl aow[1 the said river San Gabriel, J- arr-aiiisi. von hv tlio almvo oar.n-il pin inlrri. m onv Ihs- f,,,,IM Ll i "" v , ., , i - .art or Liio'Kiv.^ .luiiioiai District, hi'un.i for the about one league more or less, thence westerly of Lob Angeles, and to answer the complaint tilo.l about one league to a tree, theuCO northerly to the therein, a certified copy of wliich you are herewith served, base of the hills j bounded north by the hills, east nection with our lormw imidum™, «..v. MUl* thIH cUSTS^erT^outTtSi; ^ lhe riv^r Sau Gabriel, south by the Rancho of BevCnty.five t.ilorsto make up line Clothing toVdeV. .ut within the yirst Judicial District, within San Fraiicisquito, and west by the Rancho of ban- -\ye have the best Cutter on this Const, which ena- - .... k„«„*. nr if SRrved out oi ta Allita; tontaining about one square league_ of biea as t0 guarantee a perfect fit in all cases without land, be the same more or less ; always excepting alterations. therefrom such tracts and lots as have been sold 0m. 9to^k of cioth?, Cassimeres, aud Testings and conveyed by the said parties of the first part are thf! fmcBt irnp(jrtcd from Paria orNow York-thia before the date hereof, (the said date being the seagou \ *«.«!_ ■ ifio acres to M. strill .iihin ten if served v. County but nU.'i- th'' n-vii-i' tlii.'n'ui'. always .■xclu i- jutl-meut by default will " Have you suilioieut courage to kill consent, I will meet you to-night. But I will meet you on this condition only—tbat you slay me, but respect me. Should I receive no reply, I shall come, aud know that you have the courage which I expect from you." The girl went forth that evening, with a boquet of snow white blossoms in her girdle. On the morrow, on the banks of the lagutia, the officer's sword aud scabbard were found, raised in tbo form of a crosa, and in the Btream below were found the bodies of the two lovers, closely locked in each other's arma. within forty day- sive of the day of service bo taken against you. Tho said action is brought to recover the amount due on two promissory in.it.js duo to tho plaintiff from Henry Hancock, as will ii ppeu •-' hy thi- irrnnpln.int. a tnl to foreclose a mortgage upon lire, fo1 lowing property, to-wit : A Ranch known as ;-Uaiichii Itiirleo do l.as Aguas," situate in the nuuty of l.os Angeies, anil tor a complete description of ■hich llruurli E-i.'1'ei'inico is liad tn the complaint, herewith sent ; and also, a cortnin Vineyanl situat.o in the City and Couuty of I.os Angeles, and known as the " I.11U Arenas" Vineyard, for a complete description of which reference i-i had to lhe eniiiiiiaiut. hei- -witli sent—ami that said property amy he sold at public auction, by the Sherill". as property sold mnler execution, to satisfy tho amount so found due upon said notes, aud if (here he a deficiency of such proceeds, and a haluiice. slill due '.0 the plaint ill", that the judgment shall then be docketed for the balance and for costs and for general relief. Aud if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, Die said plaintiil' will apply to tin: Court for the relief demanded in said eomplaint. Witness the lion. Hon jam in .Mayes, Judge of our District Court aforesaid, Die ^fd day of 1 leoomher, A.D. 1861. \i._ s.l Attest my hand and the seal of Kaid Court the ■lav and vear last above written. JOHN" W, SHORE, Clerk. before the date hereof, tine emu »"-v ~- firat day of April, 1850,1—to-wit: 150 acres to M Whistler; 50 acres to S. Tany ; and 25 acres to E. and C. Russell, together with all and singular, the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Given under my hand at the oity ot Lob Angeles, this 13th day of March, a.d. 1862. T. A. SANCHEZ, Sheriff. By A. J.Kis«,Under Sheriff. The above sale in postponed until WEDNESDAY, 'iOth APRIL, 1862, asou. Strangers visiting the city will please call and leave us their measures, free of charge. cb22-y FllENCH, WILSON & CO.. Pktertue Great.—Macaulay does not flatter the autocrat of Russia in the following description of him as he appeared when he visited England one hundred and sixty years ago. His good and evil qualities are equally portrayed by tho faithful] historian: "His stately form, his intellectual forehead, his piercing black eyes, his Tartar nose and month, his gracious smile, his frowa, black with all the stormy rage and hate of a barbarian tyrant; and, above all, a strange nervous convulsion which sometimes transformed his countenance, during a few momcutB, into an object on which it was impossible to look without horr6r; tho immense quantities of meat which he devoured, the pinta of brandy which he swallowed, and which it was aaid he had carefully distilled with hia own hand ; the fool who jabbered at his feet, the monkey which grinned at the back of hia chair, were, during some weeks, popular topics of conversation. Witb all the high qualities which were peculiar to himself, he had all the filthy habitg which were then common among his countrymen. To the end of hia life, while disciplining armies, founding schools, framing codes, organizing tribunals, building cities in deserts, joining distant seas by artificial rivers, he lived in hia.palaca like a hog in a sty ; and when he waa entertained by other sovereigns, never failed to leave on the tapestried walla and velvet state beds, unequivocal proofs that a savage had been there." John B. Wellei; and Uncle Abe.—While Washington we heard & good story in regard to Uncle Abe and John B. Weller," the Mexican kill. PUBLIC LANDS! PUBLIC LANDS PERSONS, who have settled or squatted, oo Public Lands, and who wish to purchase the same from the State of California, cau now do so, by taking the proper legal measures. ..,,.„.. F--~t Those who have had their lands surveyed in EDJVESDAY, mth APRIL, 18G2, I conformity with the United States survey, will not at same place and hour, by order of plaintiff'1 s need to have the same re-surveyed if the County attorney. Surveyor can make a plot Irom the field notes Given under my hand at the city of Los Ange- extant. Twen Weller waa at Washington, settling hia accounts as Minister to Mexico. After their itdjuatment he concluded to pay his respects to Mr. Lincoln, with whom he had served in CongreBS. He called at the presidential mansion and waa courteously received. " Mr. President," Baid Col. Weller, ■' I have called to say lo you that I most heartily endorse the conservative position yon have assumed, and will stand by you so long as you prosecute the war for the preservation of the Union and tbe Constitution." 11 Ool. Weller." said the President, " I am heartily glad to hear you say thie." '• Yes, Mr. President," said Weller, " I desire au appointment to aid in this work," i '• What do you want, Colonel!" asked Abraham, "I desire to be appointed a Commander in the Navy," said Weller. The President replied, " Colonel, I did not think you had any experience aa a sailor." " I never had, Mr. President," said Weller, " but judging from the Brigadier Generals you have appointed in Ohio, the less experience a man has the higher position he a'.tainB." Lincoln turned off with a hearty laugh, and said —" I owe yon one, Colonel.—Seneca Advertiser. Tu the Paris Court of Correctional Police, recently, a lady, by uo menus young, advanced coquet- tishly to tho witness stand to give her testimony. ' What Is your name V ' Virginie Loustatot.5 What is your age?' T-veuty five.' (Exclamations of incredulity from the audience.) The lady's evidence being taken, she regained her place, still coquottishly nodding, aud the next witness was introduced. This oncja full grown young man ' Your name?' said tbe judge. ' Isadore Loustatot.' * Your age V ' Twenty seven years.' Are you a relative of the last witness?' 'lam her sou.' ' Ah, well, murmured the magistrate, 'your mother must have married very young.' " Why don't you limit yourself':" said a physician to au intemperate [man ; " set dowu a stake that you will go so far and no farther.1* " So I do," said tho toper, " but I set it bo far off that I always get drunk before I get to it." What do the young ladies often look for li church? The hims. The man who walka " u thousand miles in a thousand hours" is more generally admired than he who walks uprightly three core years and teo A Treasure ok a. Wife.—a young Englisl traveler contracted iu Valencia a love affair with a pretty gypsey girl. Tbe mother wished that he should marry her at ouce ; but the Englishman declared that he was not rich enough to keep a wife. "What.1." said the gypsey, laughing, "not rich enough, in the land of guineas! With so renowned a thief as my daughter, you will be a rich man in a year!" Rhwabd roe EUb&x Hours— Wa say to young Little Troubles,"—What arestyledjthe " lit tie troubles of life," are the hardest to bear. One can nerve himself up with heroism for a great trial, but the musquito like annoyances of every hour, for which unfeeling natures have no word of sympathy, and which they cannot understand so long as the sufferer has something to eat, are what fill churchyards and make so many homes desolate. Happy aro tbey whose " little" troubles find that sympathy out of which grows etrength to endure, and whose hearts are not ground to powder by the rough heel of indifference and inBensib ility. On hearing a clergyman remark that" the world was full of change," Mrs. Partington said she could I hardly bring her mind to believe it, so little found it way into her pocket. You never win the thing on which your heart is set, life staked ; it falls to Borne one else who cares very little about it. It ib a poor compensation that you get something you care very little for, wbich would have made the happiness of another man. As A dandy was wendiug his way through a narrow passage, he met a pretty girl aud said to her: "Pray,my dear, what do you call thia passage?" "Balaam's passage," she replied. " Ah, then, ■' I am like Balaam—stopped by an angel." "And I," rejoined the girl as she brushed past, "am like the angel—stopped by an aas." They are a deeply religious people in Rhode Island, if the following be true: A Connecticut school master asked a lad from Newport " How many Gods there were?" The boy after scratching his head sometime replied—" I don't kuow how many you've got in Connecticut but we bave none in Rhode Island." SUMMONS. STATE OP CALIFORNIA—County of Los Angelea.—Io tlie District Court of thft First Ju (llelnl District. l'hlneas Biiiiiiinj:, lien jam in D. Wil-on im: Henry H. Myles, plaintiffs,, vs. John (>. Dei - nev, James I'. JIcFarland ami Manuel Dominant./., Tlcf !h'!ant :. Action brought, in ti.o Ui-r' .-'■ :; 'cirt of the First Juflicijil His trict, and the con-.;;".. '. '"it. Ia the Cit-v and Count v of Los Angelea, in the o3 ;e ft thu Clerk ot said District Tim i'eople of the State nf jahlcni'a sentl Greeting : To John G. Downey, Jamei J MeVartaud and Manuel Dominguez lus, the Slat day of March, a.d. 1862. T. A. SANCHEZ, Sheriff. By C. R. Atres, Deputy Sheriff. Tht above sale is further postponed until TUESDAY, the 2$th day of JULY, 1862, by order of plaintiff's attorney [taut. Twenty per cent on tbe whole price of the lands and ten per cent, interest upou the balance due the State, ia all that it is necessary to pay on receiving certificates of purchase—and ten per cent, per annum, in advance, upon the remainder, until tlie purchaser wishes to pay tbe entire amount.— Persons desiring, can pay the whole price at once, Take notice, that the present liberal terms upon —» AfiXr/l mav not con- i order of plaintiff's attorney. Take noUcej (riven under my hand tins 30th day of April, a.d. which the State lands are offered may not con "Htf. «nno Anrl that section ie, Article 1, of the Stat UU Iruie ,ium ...., ... „,. 1862. T. A. SANCHEZ, Sheriff By A. J. King, Under Sheriff. ...lnmiOK. . , YOU are herehy required Vllrr Risking His Boots.—A chap being awakened with the announcement that he must not occupy his berth with his boots on, very considerately replied : " The bugs won't hurt 'em, I guess ; they'er an old pair ; let'em rip." A rich mao one day asked a man of wit what It is a thing/' rascal ie day asl sort of a thing opulence v replied the philosopher, " which can give i the advantage over an honest man V " Joe, why were you out so late last night ? " It was'nt bo very late—only a quarter of twelve." " How dare yon sit there and tell roe that. I was awake when you came in, and it was three o'clock." " Well, isn't three a qnarter of twelve V Folite.—An old lady talking at a party about heads of hair, a claimed : "If there is anything I hate, it is red hair!" Then seeing a young man standing by who had red hair, she made her Bpeech worse, by saying: But not such pretty red hair as yours, Mr. W." Corn Foel.—The Chicago Tribune saya they are burning corn for fuel in Southern Illinois, and Qnd it cheaper at seven oents a bushel than coal at twenty cents. It has the further advantage of requiring neither chopping nor breaking, and makes a very hot Are. Louis XIV., who was a slave to his physician, asked his friend Moliere what he did with his doctor. " Oh, sire," said he, " when 1 am ill I send for him. He coraeB; we have a chat, and enjoy ourselves; he prescribes—I don't take bismedi-i cine—and I am cured." An Englishman, traveling in Ireland, remarked to the driver of a coach upon the tremendous length ofthe Irish miles. " Why, there's no end to them r' "Sure, sir," said the coachman, "the roads are bad about here, and so we give good measnre." •'Ma, has aunty got any bees in her mouth?" No, why do you ask such a question?" "Because tbat litlle man with a heap of hair on his face, cotched hold of her and told her be was going to take the honey from her lips, and she said, 'Well make haste?" A child of five, haviug seen her father for the first time—he having been absent in California— was much astonished that he should claim any authority over her, aud on an occasion of rebellion, lie administered punishment ; she cried "out, "I wish you. bad never married into our family'." _ . t0 y0un„ A Prbtty Home Truth.—Man may be the head ladies: " As you prize your beauty, as you value of tUe family i but far better thaa thst- womaa is your future prospects, go to bed early. Look at tlie "eart °' '*• Cinderella.' Whenever she went to a ball, she " How deep is it to the bottom ofthe sea?" was bidden by her good godmamma to leave ofi Baid King Henry VIII. to the Abbot of Abingdon- precisely at twelve. And what was her reward? '' A stone's throw, an't please your Majesty's Highness," was the reply. ,rought against you by they've named District Court of thu First .hi )"tal Disti for theUiuntv ofl.os Angeles, and ... :Mis\ver nUint filed ih-rein. a wi'U: •■•«' Horn n.oo* e.el. one . , , ■ .,,, 1 ,1,. . .j, lliuvnev lis Ms sLrlsisl.sisli Uad,VSid"";w;'lnl!:UiU1,,,l|s1l,vnil11,1;.s(oll0ws,to- Deimrartart of S:m l'crlvo K-.ncho fronting on an and more, particularly desenb, a and dc signaled oi a ii.q. thereof, made by him, as follow* : l^innu,., it a strike marked "A ;; situated near 1 lie brinks ol the said estu Try Ud about 12 feet north of^smne lil, le welis, known hv the name of'; l.os.Iku-nles „n a li-.tle olufl, and run- nioirEir °'V ^ unto a slake marked" IV; two t housand one hundred nnd eigbty-tlnee.Miv.l.-C.n^) iM.ml.i,;: lbe line to the South of this line to oiMniai-y high watermark, according to said survey, and embn.eing within its limits anadditioualhundred yards more hi ..lie said estuary I startii.!. from a -wml distant, one i.iilu, aceordin!. to be , I tlll-nsand bends ofthe said high wat ..-r mark, Iron, 1..,_ „1 stake - IV uioresaid. ,a aa to mclude an »ddttM stripoflandof a hundred yards broar. aod a m, b; on, from (ho said point-IV nnlo a stake marked-'C,- tot- lowing the ordinary high wator mark smd distant in a straicht line Hixtecn hundred and mneteeii yards an,1 three inches (1833:3) with a course l>y_ compass E 4, N ,',„„, .liis pohro Un°W .Vin a straight .nenntothe .,„■„,. ,oark,,'.-M.- distant. tw,n.y v r, li u nd red am mm- fv.„ill(. fjd!ni>ar ' ,V thirty- one hundred and fortv-sis yards and lour inches (.rUI.,1) unto the point or stai^eX; from this point to place of be- .-ninin-tb;rlv-:our luunired and ninety-two yards and bve inches (:U'.U:5), s" as to include nmther more nor less butexactlv twentv-lisur nnui!ri-.l ncres, within the above described limits, together witb all nod singul hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belong ■» anv wise appertaining. And ii' von fuil l<> appeiir ■■'■"■'■ r.uv.i-or tbe saniemn plain t ;i ■■.bove'reiniiM.rd, the sail plaiiUifis will enter your default and ask the Court for the relief asked for in the nompl&int and tor costs. - Wituessihe lion. I'.en.jamm J lay.".. Ji.jV of our Dis- U-ift Court aforesaid, the I 7th oay ol April, A.n. ISoi [l e ] Attest\mv hand and the seal of saw Court, .be d.,.ndy..rlastibove .vritta^ ^ ^^ ^^ lfl By A. B. CiiAi'MA-s, Deputy. SCOVIIX'S SA.H.tSj&.F'J^BL I XjTiA, —AND— STILLINGIA, _0B~ BLOOD AND LIVER SYUUP IT is highly recommended hy physician! following diseases, having their origin i which the State lanus »r« unci™ ...-^ -- tinue, and that Section 16, Article X, o! the State Constitution says : " No law impairing the ohliga- tiona of contracts shall everpe passed." So those who desire may now put their lands beyond the caprice of future legislation. Sec. 17 or the State Constitution, Art. l^t, reads thus: " Foreigners who are, or who may hereafter become, bona fide residents of thie State, shall enjoy the same right?, in respe*ct to the possession, enjoyment and inheritance of property, as native born citizens.'' I will, with pleasure, at my office in Los Angol.s City, give information ou the above subject, and will use care and diligence to conform to the laiva in all business eutrusted to me. A. B. CHAPMAN, State Land Locating Agent for the Los Angeles District. Lob Angeles, Nov. 15.1801. . cure the _■_ iiin.rr.i.jo.., , —. „ ^^^^^ disordered state of the hlood. Scrofula, Titter ov Suit Kheu.ii. Scald head, Oank Ulcerations and Knlargcme.it of the Joints, Cancerous Tumors. Krysipelas, King's liA-il, St. Anthony's Fire, White Swellings, Obstinate Eruptions. Pimples on the Face, Rheumatism, Blotches, Pustules, Dyspepsia, ku. Syphilis and Mercurial AU'ections are cured ; Chlorosis or obstructions lo Females, I.cucorrhea or Whiles, are relieved hy the use of this MF.H1C1NE. The medical properties of Sarsr.parUla in conjunction wiih Stillingia are well knoivn hy all medical men to he the best compound yet discovered to cleanse and purify the blood, and eradicate all humors from the system. We have given the recipe to most, physicians in the country, that tliey may know what they are using; and iv ill continue to send it by mail tt. those desirous oi knowing the ingredients entering into its composition, thut they may prescribe it in their practice. This preparation stands at the head ofthe list . dies for curing al) diseases arising from impurities i blood or diseased ma tier lurking in the system. nnjindrt who br. vo nsr-il t be Si iili Iil'.!;. iiml ^a,. .., , v.uwuu ,.v_- - novingallimpu- W1U o ritiesfrom their hlood, giving to,H-and vigdr totlftwhole Plin'cBiaso iinil SlliltliiiPlit human frame, and restoring a healthy action to all the JTUieSltlisC .11111 3IU.pmi.llT, functions of the body. 86 Well astothe Thetestimonialsreceivedioitsfavor rron. monymom- SALE OF MERCHANDISE A Ml 1'IEOmfCK bors ol the Mr'tieril i-.i'-ul! v would, were we to publish aem, (ill r large volume. T) E. RAIMOND liavinir buen estfibli^hefl in Sail It is prepared under lhe supervision of one of the old- £\, , Francisco SIOCO 1S4S), and havilie been CON- wun nnci^uT-'-'th,^ tifiually engn^d in ihe Commission business (or omp-.ition and purity in all its ingredient-. Mprclmnts and Producers of lhe Suiithem nnd ledy, to purily and cleanse th R. E, RftlMOND, COMMISSION MERCHAN1 No. 105 Front street, (Between Washing!mi and Merchant streets,) dies for curing an oiscascj-tv.^-.j. ._. SAN FRANCISCO blood or diseased matter linking in tbe system. ' Thousands who have used tbe Stillingia and Sarsaparilla i -it ■ njirticrl 'IT nttftTlflOTl In +lip will testify to its remaikalde elfeet in removing all impu- W111 6n c P^rtlLUtat ahhOllllUll 1 O WI tothewholel PwM1ifl.ftA nnd SllilimCllt. leaving it free from all humors and iinpurit witli confidence, there is no better remedy. Sold by all Druggists, and by ItEDINGTON & CO., A 408 and 411 Clay street, San Fi Also, hy H. H. MYT.ES, Apothecaries Hall, ap26 fllaln strtct, Los Anijolca. GEORGE H. BELL, 611 Montgomery street, Corner of Merchant street, San Francisco, —IMPORTER ANO DEALER IN— Stationery of every Description, LEGAL CAP, WEITING, LETTER and NOTE Paper, and Envelopes, in great variety; Gold Pens of tlie beat manufacture. Blank Account Books Of the beat material and workmanBhip ; Printers' Blank Cards, Law Bocks, Law Blanks, Notea, Drafts, Bills of Lading, Shipping Receipts, Order Books, and a large assortment of Custom House Blanks. Scliool Books A complete assortment always on hand. Orders from teachers will receive prompt attention. Atlantic Papers and Magazines, and all the New Books. Subscriptions received for Newspapers, Magazines and other Periodicals. A circular will be sent to any person, on request, giving an extended list of Periodicals, and the prices annexed. The following are among the roost popular; Harper's Monthly $4 00 Goiley'BLttrty'h Book . ]>slili'K Ml'M'.U"- l'cterson'* Mai.fti.ne Billion's Ma-M/me Hull's Jou null of Health ■ Atlantic Monthly BMeotlo Magazine Knickerbocker Magazine All the Year Round Once a week Cnmhiil Magazine Tern pie fi.1 r libtrkwr.ol .••;■•; —V* The 4 Foreign Reviews and Blackwood., TheCheHH Monthly Le BonT»n of Fashion The World of Ka-hi"n ThellortiivilWrUt. pla' . 4 00 . 3 00 . 3 00 . a oo . 1 50 ,.400 .. BOO <■. lln mil i ool ' . f.00 . 6 00 .. 350 ..13 00 .4 00 ,.6 00 .. 6 00 .. 8 00 .. HOO .. 150 ..2 50 .... 4 00 ....14 00 ...14 00 .... 400 .... 250 .... 400 .... 3 50 .... 00 .... :s5o Wby, she married a Prince!" TheGanS'.ifc'-i Mi'Uth.^ ..... Tho OonntTJ h. II. R. MYLES, IKwml^i-«tli, 1SSl-3m Los Angles. RRDINGTOjX & CO., Agents, San Franciseo. State of Califor n la-Los AsgeleB County- TN THB PROBATE COURT of Paid County. 1 tho matter of the estate of Thomas Jefl«* White, aeoeaeea. Notice te herehy giv^i oy undcrBlgned, Executors ofthe above named e» to the creditors of, and all persona ha--inp t h asainat Baid deceased, to exhibit the eaine, the necessary vouchers, within ten ™°<'™ 'ifr- the first publication oi this notice, to_ tbe « ^ signed or either of them, at their residence Ci,JOfLOBADgelJANBPHANCKS WHITE, MURRAY MORRISON, Executors, «■ Lob Angeles, Match 13iS, 1862.-3m VOL. XII Cera Angelea Star: PUBLISffED EVBRT SATtTKDAT MORNING, At the STAR BUILDINGS. Spring Street, Lo Angeles, BY H. HAMILTON. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1862. NO. 3- business Carts. TERMS: Subscriptions, per annum, in advance.. $5 00 For Six Months 9 00 For Throe Months 2 00 Single Number 0 12£ Advertisements inserted at Two Dollars pcrsynare soften lines, for tbe first insertion; and Ono Dollar per square for each f?tih-.f!f]ueiit insertion. A liberal deduction made to yearly Advertisers. San Francisco Auermy. Mr. C. A. CRANE is the only authorized agent fo'r the Los Asgem.s Star in S^n Francisco. All orders left at his office, Northwest corner of Washington and Sansome Streets, Governmen u tiding, (up stairs) will be promptly attended to. HOTELS. C. E. THOM, Attorney and Counsellor at Law LOS ANGELES. Office in Rico Buildings, Spring street. jy3 BELLA UNION HOTEL, New Brick Fire-Proof Building, LOS AMGELES, J. B. WINSTON & Co, Proprietors rilirR TRAVELING PUBLIC will Und accommo- X dutiona in this Hotel equal to any in the Stule. The Bed Rooms Are large and airy. Families can be accommodated with suits of rooms. The Bills of Pare Are inferior to none iu the State of California The Stages. The Great Overland Mull Stage to and from San Francisco and St. Louis; the San Pedro stages, (connecting with the steamers from San Francisco and San Diego ;) also, tiie San Gabriel, El Monte and Sun Bernardino stages arrive at. and depart from, thin Hotel. Attached to Ilie Hotel, are a large Billiard and Bar Room, where none but the best brands of Liquors and Cigars are kept. DR. J. C. WELSH, PUVSICI AN AND Sir lUiEOJV, Office, CITY DRUG STORE, Main street. Los Angele.. Office hours, 9 to 12, M ; and 2 to 9, p.m. August 1, 1859. S. &. A. LAZARD, 1MP011TKKS, And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fifonch, English and American .Dry Goods. Corner of Melius Row, Los Angeles. 1 tJIVIAfU THE MITTEN. She gave him the mitten, the villagers said, And that they alleged, was lln; ve:i-on Why Ray AUis went as a private last spring To light lor suppression of treason. Whether gossip spake idly or wisely, 'twas true* T!iat. liis ghwice-! iS'ew calmer and colder. And smiles never more to his lips eaine again, Since the day he enlisted a soldier. And Juno Dashaway—what said she the while ? She smiled, bnt she trembled all over. And lore the pale roses to tlowery BHOW When they spoke ol her wandering lover. Listened, pressing her bodice tightover her heart, When tlie win; thrilled ihe grim hr.it.le story Of LeiiogWn lost, of its heroes laid low. Heating death ou the red field of glory. Then winter came on, and pitying hearts Told of soldiers wan, weary. froat-bUteu : And June stole awajr to her grandmother's side To ask—"Couldn't I knit a mitten?'' the house. I've been trying for balf an Hod* to wedge it through the door ; but I can't get it. through, nnd kr.ow not how to uet." The humble chap stood under the gas-light, my and froi 'hein in the Interior, man for os they are uooonquerHblo. The seaport towns, but when we meel itn, they will show . w i im tax bill wna reported to lhe Semite to-nW, hoy, and by the gleA30a thereof his Mould was eeco with two hundred ' "' "Fredk. W. Roll. II. Dockwbilee. C. Fi.mnt LAFAYETTE HOTEL, OPPOSITE THE BELLA UNION KOLL & CO., PROPRIETORS. MTHIS ESTABLISHMENT (&, oifers superior inducements ,yA" ''■';"■■■ lo the traveling public, and &**.\-Ljl83* 'especially to Ihosn. wishing a quiet home. The location is de-imble, tha est»blishtnent larga and cornniodinu.^, with rooms—single and Ibr families—clean and well lui'iiished. and a talde w< supplied with lhe choicest Wnmls nnd didioacies the BeaSOO. as is well known by those who hu favored the home wiih their patronage. Co. tiected with the Hotel is a Large S&illiard &Bfcd iiar-iloona. The Proprietors will use their guests entire satisfaci Hours fax Heala t Early in the morning, ColPe or Tea and Rolls-. llreakfast from 8 to 12 o'clock. Dinner Irom 3 to 7 o'clock. >tofti- »v AMffi ip§coming on sicic poldier'.-i leave— How quickly tlie bright needle quivers ! "I'll soon have them dene, and one nuni the less Ou guard shall not tremble and quiver ; But Ray must not know this heart, turning traitor, Takes hack sill those iiasty words spoken ; I said I would never he bfa If he went— 1 must keep the rash promise utibruken. "I'll take Ihem to him to sec if they (it. Or if needs be, some stilches to alter, And if he is better and happy at heart, I know that my speech will not falter. "Bat if he should be very sorry, or sick, Or look very weary and lonely. Slay, nm I quite sure I can meet him agftin ? Courage, June, for a brief nuimeut only." Friend Ray, will jou try tiiem ? I knit them yon,'' A smile lit his face sul and sober ; While holding his hand lightly over her 'own, The kneeling torm trembled all over. " This fits very well ; the other please try. To make them both right I'll endeavor." He threw back his cloak—" June Datttaway,(t( Oue mitten henceforth and forever !" And now couldn't I such a swc::t story tell. ' How the girl, with her eyes softly shining, Crept close beside the arm lonely for aye, Aroilod it her slight lingers twining. And murmured some words in a wounnish way Something all about soldiers and glory ; And then, lhat lhe mitten might not want a ha She gave him bet oivn. That's the story. sny j) i pence- A. F. WALDEMAR, fcOTPNTY SURVEYOR. OSiee in Templet Block, Spring street. Los Angeles, September 21, 1861 m UNITED STATES HOTEL. IMCalxi. Street, Los Angelesi THE SU^SCUlBRR having leased the I above establishment, begs leave to in- ■ form the public that he has refitted and 1 refurnished it throughout, and that it Will be conducted in the very best style. The table will be liberally supplied with everything the market affords, and every care will be taken to rayke theUNITKD STATES HOTEL a comfortable home for boarders. Attached to the Hotel* is a BAR, where the best oi liquors and cigars are kept. Terms moderate- to suit the times. Miners coining Irom or to tbe mines of Hol- Combe, Potosi, Mohave or San Gabriel, will find thia u convenient place to meet their Irieud^, or to obtain desirable information. Board and feocUrtiie., per veclt, so oo Hoard, fe *' " » 5 00 Single Meals, 50 Lodging, 37;^ to 50 cents. Loa Angeles, December 7th, 1862.-—tf II. STASSFORT. S3 J&. X2> X> X* 313 "3&L_tm M. RON TBI1* LISO STKEET. In EEAlDRY's El.ICIt IMiLDliVG, AS the honor to announce fo the Public.that he still carries on his business nt the old sSand, aa above, and having in his employment competent workmen, he is prepared to execute all orders wtth which he may be favored, in the Manufacturing of Pine IIariie6S,Carilngf Kcimirlng. a ml Ulcucllng of nil kinds. Also.every thi ngtn the Saddlery Bnslnees. Los Angeles,Feb. 1st, 1861. SHERIFF'S SAL.E. UNDER and by virtue of an execution issued not ofthe District Court of tbe Fifth Judicial District for the State of California, in and for the county of San Joaquin, against the property of Andres l'ico, and iu favor of the people ot the State of California, for lhe sum of three thousand three hundred and thirty-nine and fifty three-one huudredihs dollars, and for twenty-one and fifty- two-otic hundredth dollars costs of suit, said execution duly attested on the 29th day ot April. a.d. 1862, and to me directed, I have this day levied on and shall expose for sale at public auction, in front ol the court house, iu the city and county of Los Angeles, OaAIOJYDJLY, the 2,1 day ofJUA'E a.d. 1862 thefollowing described real estate, to-wit: All the right, title and interest of the said Andres l'ico in and to the Ilaucho San Fernando, in the county of Los Angelea nnd State of California ; bounded as follows : Commencing at a point known as Porte Zuelo, and running parallel with the hills, in a southerly direction, toa point known as Santa Susana ; thence running northerly with the hi fid to the mountains that divide the Rancho San Fernando from tho Rancho San Fraucisqnito ; thence in an easteily direction with said chain of mountains to the Rancho of Tujunga; thence to lands of Jose Miguel ; and from thence to Porte Zuelo,. tho place ot beginning; together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. (riven under my hand this 12th dav of May, A.d. 1862, TOMAS A. SANCHEZ, Sheriff. By A. J. Ktng, Under Sherifl. DBOOI, HEDJG&I«3 &C. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. APOTHECARIES* HALL, Main street, nearly Opposite Commercial. X>__r- H. 3Ft- !MreXj£» HAS ON HAND, and is constantly adding to one oftlie most complete assortments ot Drugs' Medicines and Chemicals, South of Sau Francisco ' together with al! the Patent Medicines of the day Also a fine assortment of Perfumery and Toilet Articles. All of wliich he warrants genuine and of the best quality; which he offers, Wholesale or Retail, on the most liberal terms. Physicians' Prescriptions compounded at all hours, dav or night. . II. B. MYLES. LosAngeles, July T, I860. KOHLEA & FKOIlJjlIVG'9 GAiFORNIA WINE BITTER!! A^ TO DELICIOUS TASTE AND FINE FLA- van, produced by a proper combination of good and wholesome herbs, this Differs is superior to any now in the maiket. It creates appetite, and is a digestive, free from any ingredients so injurious to the health, as are contained in Vermouth, Absvnfbe, etc, " KOHLER & FEOHLING. je29 City Hall,Main at., Los Angcle: SAMUEL ARBUCKLE, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Salesroom in Temple's Block, MAIN BTREET. Strict attention given to all business. Commissions solicited. Loa Angeles, May 17, 1862. HOUSE j&.:Kn> LOT iPOR ®-^I__E_. MTJTE undersigned offers for sale the house and lot, at present occupied hy him, situated on Main Btreet. The lot is forty by sixty varas. L. LECK. Los Angeles, Dec. 27th, 1881. FOB San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, San Pedro and San Diego. ON and after the first of April, and until further notice, the steamship *dm. SENATOR, T. W. SEELEY COMMANDER, "Will Make two trips per month on the Southern Coast, leaving Uroadway Wharf, On the 3d and 18th of each Month AT 1> O'CLOCK, A. M. _W~ Bills of Lading will be furnished by Ihe Purser on board. For freight or passage apply on board, or at the office of S. J. Ilcnslev, corner of Battery and Washington Btt dec9 S. J. UENSLKY, President. Another Loiter Prmii Ovjlhetfg c. Kerr. The good society here, lily boy, which consis's principally of N. P. Willis, is iu deep affliction at the departure of po many shoulder straps for Ma- iHtssas, and will go into a hasty decline if a few foreign counts do not arrive by the ncx'- steamer. Private letters trom Europe say that tbe barbershop business on the continent is loo good this season to permit many distinguished dukes to visit America now, t'.iough the fact that a few of the French nobility have recently discharged their coachmen may lead us to hope for a few Orleans GOiittts during the su miner. The most interesting natural curiosity here, next to Secretary Welles' beard, is the office of tlie Secretary of the Interior. Covered with spider webs; and clothed in the dust of ages, my boy, sit the Secretary and his clerks, like so many respectable mummies in a neglected pyramid. The Department ofthe Interior, my boy, is in a humorous condition ; the sales of the public lands for the past year amount to about ten shillings, the onlv buyer being a conservative Dutchman froni New Jersey, wfco hasn't heard about the war yet. These things weigh upon my spirit, and I was glad to order up my gothio stallion, Pegasus, the other day; aud rattle down to Manassasonce more. Upon reaching that celebrated field of Mars, my boy, I found the General of the Mackerel Brigade in his tent, surrounded by telegraphic instruments and railroad maps, while the Conic Section was drawn up in line outside. "You appear to be much absorbed, my veuera- ble Spartan," says I to the General, as I handled the diaphanous vessel be was using as an act-drop in the theatre of war. The General frowned like an obdurant parent refusing to let bis only daughter marry a coal- heaver, aud, says he : "I'm absorbed in strategy. Eighteen months ago I was informed by a contraband that sixty thousand unnatural rebels were intrenched some-' where near here, and having returned the contraband to his master to be immediately shot, I resolved to overwhelm the rebels by strategy. Thunder !" says the General, perspiring like a pitcher of ice water in June, "if there's anything in the world equal to diplomacy, it's strategy. And now," says the Geueral, sternly, " It's my duty to order you to write nothing about it to the papers. You write about my movements ; the papers publish it, and are sent here, my Adjutant takes the papers to the rebels, and so, you see, my plana 11 known. I have no choice but to suppress yon.'-' " Uut.'J says I, " you might more surely keep the news from the rebels by arresting the Adjutant." " Thnnder," says the General, " I never thought of that before." Great men, my boy, arc never so great but they can profit occasionally by a suggestion from the humblest of the species. I once knew a very great man who went home in a shower, and was horrified at discovering that he could uot get his umbrella through the front door. He was a very great man, understood Sanscrit, made speeches that nobody could comprehend, aud had relatives In Beacon Btreet, Boston. There he stood in the rain, ray boy, pushing his umbrella this way and that way, turning it endways and sideways, hold it at acute angles and optuse angle:-; bat still it would'nt go through the door or auythiug like it. By and by there came along a chap of humble at- tainments,'who sung out: " What's the matter, old three-and-sixpencei" Tho great man turned pautingly around, and says he: "Ah, my friend, I cannot get my to pucker loilferishly ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ "Hevyou tried the experiment of shutting np that air umbrella V says be. Tlit» great man gnve a Atari, and " Per Jovem! 1 didn't think to And he shut his uiubreKi. Rod ^^^^^^^^ Thi Conic S00t£od was to muke its great stra- getic movement, my boy, under Oaptalu I; !i Shorty; aud, led by lb it fearles- w.irrior. it Bet out at twilight. Qawan] tramped tbe hero -j. according to Hardee, fur ab mt an hour, and then they reached a queer looking little hou-e with a great deal of pi.i__z-t and a very little ground Boor- Witt bis cap cocked very mneli over DIM '>', Captain Bob Shorty kuodced at the door, and was answered by a young maiden of about lorty-twO. Hust seen auy troops pua bere of later" Sated Captain Bob Sltorly, with much dignity. The Southern maiden, who was a Fleet Family, sniffed indignantly, aud any a she : " I reckon not, poor hireling Hessian," "Forward—double-quick— natron I" says Captain Bob Shorty, with much vehemence ; " that ere young woman bas b89Q eating onions." Onward, rlgbt onward through the 3&rlEQtfBB, w;;:it, (he Conic Seetion o! the Alack end Lrigiuh;, eager to engage the rebel foe. and work out the genias of strategy. Half au hour, and another bonne was reached. In response to the Captain's knock, a son of chivalry stuck his head out of a window,and says he : '■ There's nobody nt home." '■ IVice; ignoramus !"' suys Captain Bob Shorty, majes:ieally ; the tJaftgt. States Of America wishes to know if you have seen any troops go by tonight ?" '• Yes," says the chivalry; " my sister saw a company go by just now, I reckon." '• forward—double-quick —march !" says Captain Bob Shorty, ,J we can catch the Confederacy if we're quick enough." And now, my boy, the march was resumed with v.aw vigor, for it was certain that the enemy tvas right In front, and might be strategically annihilated. A long time pElsaed, however, without the discovery of a soul, and it was alter midnight when tho ne*t house was gained. A small black contraband canto to the door, and ays he : "By gorrah, mars'r srtgerum, what you hah?" '■ Toll me, ydang Christy's .Uinstrel,'' says Cap- tain Bob Shorty, ■' have any troops pitted here tonight ?" The contraband turned a somerset, and says he " Mars'r and missus hub seen two companies di berry night, so helpuM God." "Forward—double-quick—march I" says Cap. tain Bob Shorty. "Two companies is rather heavy for this band of Spartans, but it is sweet to die for one's country." Tlie march went on, my boy, until we got to the next house, where the inmates refused to appear, but shouted that tliey had seen three companies go past. At this. Captain Bob Shorty was heard to scratch his bead io the darkness, aud says lie : ''This here strategy is a good thing at decent olds ; but when its three to one, it's more respectable to have all quiet on the Potomac. Halt, lel- low-wictims, and let us wait here until the daily sun is issued by the divine editor." The orb of light was calmly stealing up the east, my boy, when Captain Bob Shorty sprang from his blanket and observed the house, belore which the Conic Section was encamped, with protruding eyes-. "By all that's blue!" says Captain Bob Shorty, '"; if that ain't the WOpry identical house where we saw the vinegar maiden last night.: And so it was, my boy 1 The Conic Seetiort of the Mackerel Brigade had beeu goins round and round on a private race course all night, stopping four times at the same judge's stand, and going after their own tails, like so ninny humorous cats- Strategy, tny boy, is a profound science, and don't cost more thau two dollars a day while the money lasts. Yours, in deep cogitation. OlU'lIEl'S C. Kkhk. and Hlty amendments, and will ! be taken np.'ifs soon :.<: printed. ; Mujor Davis, of Harris's Ugbl Cavalry, estab- : lished his headquarters In the Parmer'.- Bank build- 1 ing at Fredsrtofcvbtirg yesterday, aa Phivwt Mnr- shal of the city, hoisting the Stars and Stripe* permanently for the first tiufe in that town nince the rebellion. Our pickets are thrown beyond the town, and we are now in quiet possession of the entire place. The Secession!Atsjnt K rderieksbtirgsay that the Capital of the Southern Coufeleracy bus been temporarily removed to Danville, N. C. We have no intelligence from Pittsburg Landing during the last tweiiiy-loiir hours. Arrivals jrom the flotilla report no change iu the movements below. Advices from Gen. Bnrnside's Division stato that a regiment ol Nnrh Carolinians has been organize, and Oaptaln Potter of (len Foster's Staff- been appointed its ddonel. A large number of Union men voluntarily came forward and took tho oath of allegiaii .8, They will be armed and equipped by Gen. Bnrnsido. to defend their homes* against the rebels. Our troops havo captured enough horses from the rebels to mount two corn- panic:1. Private advices state that General Banks' army is still at New .Market, waiting for forage and provisions. Vera Crux dates to April 24, state that the French had opened hoKtilities and taken possession, of Orizaba, Cordova has declared for Almonte. The British .Minister is said to have held a private interview with Doblado at Puebla. The Jilexicans have received reinforcements of (.0,000 moo, and under General Saragossa, would dispute the march bf the French and Spanish troops. The tele^raphioperator at New Orleans tele^ graphed to the Mobile ollice lhat the stores wero being emptied of sugar and molasses, which were thrown into the river. The city was to be surrendered, but lhe time tvas ettended until some of tho enemy's Vessels came up the river. 8ava.vi.ah Muy 1.—Gen. Lawton hits formally cotnmuutcaled to the City Coifncil his determina- to surrender. The Cily Council resolved to sustain Gen. Lawton. Wa.suingi'ox, May ft.— The Navy Department has just received dispatches from Com. Dupont, announcing the capture of the rebel steamer Ella Wartey by the Santiago de Cuba, deep'y loaded with Enfield rifles. It is supposed she has cannon In her hold, whieh had not been looked into at till) time the sleanier bearing dispatches left. The Santiago de Culia al«o chased the Nashville Nit the latter was too swift for her. The Nashville was also loaded wilh urmi1, intending to run tha blockade. Who Ann thk " DisUKioMSlB" AS'i> " Tit.uTons?" —The Illinois Slate Register gires the following extract from one of the last letters of Senator Douglas from Washington. It shews wbo that distinguished patriot thought were the " traitors" and "' disunionisls ;" " The fact can no longer bo denied, that many" oTthe Republican Senators desire war and DISUNION, under pretext of saving the Union. They wish to get rid of the Southern Senators, in order to have a majority iu tho Senate to confirm lhe appointments ; and many of them think they hold a permanent Republican ascendancy in the Northern States, but not in the wiior.E Un'iov. For far- tisan reaSOOS, therefore, they auk axx.ous to vtit- SOLVS TH! Unio\", if itcatr be done without making them responsible before the people." EASTERN ISTE._I_I(iE.Vi:E. Williamsburg, Va., May 6.—Geueral McCIellai as telegraphed to the War Department he fol low '• I have the pleasure to announce the occupation of this place, the result of a hard fought action yesterday. Hancock's Brigade, during the light, turned the left oftbe enemy's line ot works. The enemy abandoned their entire line during the night leaving all the sick and wounded on our bands, Their loss yesterday, was very severe. We bare some 300 wounded, and mure than 1,000 prisoners, including the enemy's wounded. Our vielory is complete. I have sent the Cavalry in pursuit. The conduct of my men. with seircely an exception, was excellent. The enemy's works are iMen-ive, and exceedingly strong. Gen. Hooker's division suffered considerably ; the loSS&a of the Others are comparatively small. " Gen. HancocK'fl success was gninet1 with a lose of uot over 20 killer! and wounded. The retreL flying towards l.ie'im.ind. Olher battles are to be fought before we reach there." The bill offered iu the House establlelllnv a port of entry and delivery in the District of Beaufort. atornear Hilton Head, North Carolina, called Port Royal, has passed. The special dispatches to the Now Tork papers state that the prisoners captured at Yorklown converse freely respecting the U'ar. but. refuse, however, to give any information respecting tbe strength of General .Johnson's army. Cajitiiin Lee, one of tiieir number, declares the South wil1 continue to light to the last; that their reverses have not disheartened thetn : they expect to be Ulllljre|la iutoj driven out of Virginia aad all the Border States'; Sheep Shearing WeattYadU The sheep shearing festival of A. L. Bingham » at Marysville, on Ihe tith, was well atliunled- There were over sixty fine French Merino sheep, from the Brannan Ranch, on the ground, find eight, shearers presented themselves. The shearing commenced in tho forenoon, under the supervision of the following Committed : Messrs. McDonald, of Alameda county ; Montgomery, of Butte, and J. W. Moore, of Yuba county. The shearers were a« follows : J. C Cutting, Yuba ; 0. A. Peck, Napa' and S.B.Butler. P.Anderson, T. Galhrailh. L-„ Scott, S. M. Weller, aud L.C.Hodge, of Sutter county. The average weight of (be fleeces may bo judged frSrn tbO fact that the aggregate' weight of tbe clip of ii year-old ewes was 67-U Ibs—the sheep- weighing 4,"2Gi lbs. before being sheared: the average dip was tt Ibs. and 6j| ounces. The average weight ofthe clip from 18 bucks, of which all but 3 were year-olds, was 451 j lbs, tlie average clip bring26 Ibs. nnd \\ ounces each, the weight ofthe sheep before shearing being 2.fi(i0i Ibs. We append tbe result of S&Oh man'sshearintr: 3 sheep In 6 hours 25 minutes. 6 •■ Bfi « .'.'ilt"s. woikmmi Wii;* average, «*e in US niinhtes, anil the slowest was Weller, wHo sheared one In !i hours and 8 Minutes, but hb work was beau- I if ally done, being absolutely perfect. But ns the Committee were instructed to consider lhe handling of the sheep, amount ol injury done to tlio anfaial, and cleanness "f the clip, as will nn th© time consumed, they swarded tbe, premiums—first,. $10 toT. Gilbiaith, and second, $3 io L, G. Hodge —Alarym/le Appeal. Weller.... <) Peek li) Gutting B lialbnmh... Bntler Hodge r, It will be seen that Scott, who sheared, A (iivv r Ki n; i..u, VicroRv- telegraph. ■The taking of jW A splendid marbla moaumeivS, iu memsry of tbe late Captain Boyd, commander ofthe Ajix, bas* been erected iu the cathedral of Borrj.
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 12, no. 3, May 24, 1862|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Giving the mitten", "Another letter from Orpheus C. Kerr", [col.4] "Eastern intelligence", [col.5] "Who are the 'disunionists' and 'traitors'", "Sheep shearing festival"; [p.2]: [col.1] "Gen. Carleton", "Ho for the Colorado", [col.2] "The late Gen. A. S. Johnston", "Adjournment of the legislature", "City Council--organization", "Gold dust", "Gone to Europe", "From Fort Yuma", [col.3] "Impeachment and removal of Judge Hardy", "Appropriations by the legislature", "A rich find", "Who is a rebel?", [col.4] "Mayor's message to the gentlemen of the common council of the City of Los Angeles"; [p.3]: [col.1] "The truth of history", [col.2] "News from the South. Major General A. S. Johnston. Message from Jeff Davis to the rebel congress"; [p.4]: [col.1] "Popping corn", [col.2] "Vice and folly", "Heavy fleeces--fine vs. coarse sheep", "When you is about we is".|
|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 1862-05-18/1862-05-30|
|Publisher (of the Original Version)||Hamilton, H.|
|Publisher (of the Digital Version)||University of Southern California. Libraries|
|Format (Extent)|| p.|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
|Identifying Number||Los Angeles Star, vol. 12, no. 3, May 24, 1862|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m257|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
|Rights||Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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SUMMONS. SHERIFF'S SALE. A TRIP IO SALMON. 11Y MAX IRWIN. Ant—'1 Jordan.'"1 1 looked to the North and I looked to the South, And I saw the Californians a coining, Witb their picks, and pans and shovels on their backs. They were traveling their way up the Salmon. CHOBUB, Then Wive yonr money boys to pay your way thro,' Two to one on Salmon against Cariboo, Don't be too bast; and gel iuto a fever, For you'l! all make a fortune up in Salmon river. We left California with a hundred pound pack, And rested on the Siskiyou mountains, We took a drink of red eye and started ou the track, Por ils a bard road to travel up to Salmon. We traveled through Rogue river all complete, Till we trot away out to the Canyon, When the Umpqua country stuck to our feet, But we shook it oil ou tbeCallapoola mountains We camped that night and all climbed a tree, To look for the laud of promise, Bui, away to lhe North as tar as we could see, There was nothing but the river Long Thomas. The Long Tom country is the best ever fouud, For snakes, frogs and alligators, Alter the hogs have rooted up the ground, Ttie farmers, plan*, their potak.es. I asked n Long Tom man to loan me a hoss, I will return him again next Summer, " By the flood already I have suffered great loss, So you had better git, you California bummer.' We called a miners' meeting rip-lit on the spot, For President we elected old Higgins, We agreed one aud all to fill our pockets full of pocks Aud foot it to the Salmon River Diggings. \_Portland Times. .:... .h. tollnwlnir: The wrongs and Borrows *'""• ,_,_,„. "» Tta wrongs aod sorrow, «£^_ „_,_,.,, William Workman, plaintiff writes the following . *„., 0, _ of Venice—how long and sorrowful is the tale! For how much misery will Austria be responsible- bow terrible the account which will be called up against her Kaiser, when he shall be summoned to the tribunal from whence there ia no appeal.— Letters from Venice to-day speak of the anger of the Venetians at the Vandalism of the oppressors, who are now engaged iu piercing Ioophooles for mucquelry in the walls of the time-honored palaces ol the Doges. When Bhall we see Benedek, tike Marino Faiiero, decollates pro criminibus ? But a sadder story lias plunged Venice into more lhan ita wonted sorrow. A young Hungarian uo- ble, iu au Austrian regiment, had fallen violently in love with a beautiful V'euettau girl. They met Irequeutly in society. She returned his passion told him she loved him, that she would never marry another, but that she could never marry him, an officer in an Austrian regiment, while three of her brothers were fighting for Italy. Vainly did the Hungarian urge hia suit, earnestly entreating a meeting. At last tbe fair Venetian wrote to him : "'■*" me _ If you FRENCH, WILSON &COT, ....MIKE TUB BE8T.... CLOTHING. MoriU Morris, A.D. IBtU, lu a w....... ..... - s».n«.l l'r«s«r, p»n~ j, arm «od »ty„, s_iU j. plaintiff anil Andres Dnarte is defendant, I jniriUSIimS. WOOdS, All Kinds of Moms, ,Snj! miss .\. Osniisiuv ; Msriiini. \ ill.i, 'IV.os.i , . ,li,.pf.,i.,l I havo s^i-swl nn nnrl pliall niO- ^ , ■■- o ,, . , -..., . . . - Aso,.„,i„„ Vilfi .is 8. '.„-,.. .,„,,;■., villi.