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Better Go Slow. In al! the varied scene ol life— Its DOfee confusion, turmoil, Mr ifi: — These little words, i. borne iu mind, Would suit right well all human kind— ■■ Go t-lcw!" The fast young man who cuts a dash Upon his -'giA-ei-uor's'' hard eai ne.i cash, Will think when all his money's Bed, This motto should have tilled"bis head — Go slow. The flirt with lover* at her feet. Her cheeks so lair, her heart deceit, When yea s shall sleal hr']- e-lianu.- away, Will weep .-he did Hi-'I. iii VillUil s \|;.y Go blow. The man of money—he who spend. Hlfl thousands ou his buraea—friends— May sit flown in after years To coin ihis lesson through bis tears— Go slow. The husband who, lo see more of life, Deserts his children, 'mine and wile. Wheu sunk beneath the hand of fate, Will mourn he did not, ere too late—■ Go slow, The wife who always shopping goes, Leaving her children out at toes, Should keep this matter iu her heart, Learn to act a mother's part, ami Go slow. The banker counting cent per cent— The landlord eager (1 r his rent— The clerk behind his mauler's lill — 'Twill suit you all—this lesson will — Go slow. The widow, wife, the maiden, miss— The husband, father—think ol this— In whatever path you go, 'Tis always best to travel slow— jspi. Jfrancistff ^bluttts.mrats. TO FARMERS. TO_Q A. O C O. PAMJKS HAVING CAUFOIIMA OBOWN I TOBACCO, or last year's orop, will llud a purchaser, bv addressioga lion to ADIILI'H SUTRO. Bepl2 lit; Montgomery atrpe . San .Yancisco. RAILROAD HOUSE JAMES THOMPSON, Proprietor. Kunmrlv ol' Haley ,t Thompson. The Hi-Ucsf Inhabited Plnce ln GalUuriita. Taking a pleasure excursion a tew daysslow in company of some ladies, we shaped our coursi towards Onion Valley. Tlilfl valley >8 ritoat-d about 4i miles beyond G'bsonyille, and Es wliai may be called a ridge valley. " Pilot Paab," tin- great landmark to incoming em grants, is at the erst end of it, and the peak of itself is supposed to be in the vicinity oi 10,000 to 12,01)0 feet a ove th* level of the Bea. The valley extends Id a westerly direction by a gentle inclination from the peak, and the eternal snows on the latte-, by their continual drippings, form oue of the sources of the Feather river. Tile valley is quite small, being from one to two hundred yards in width and probably three- quarters of a mile in length, and ending in tht* •west in a canon. In 1851, before Rabbit Creek had an existence, stages wound their devious way over the mountain ridges to Onion Valley. Team.-" alio, of the heaviest description carried an immense quantity of goods to the miners who had loeatud themselves there. At that time everybody worked surface diggings, deep diggings betuir theu unknown. At this day it is entirely ohang od,aud if outward geological indications go for anything, there are no richer mipera'l land-* in California, Half a mile beyond the valley, at Washington Hill .ome ei^ht or ten tunnels are being run and in some of them the bri .'litest proa- pecta ever struck tn our State have been found. It is tbe celebrated Blue Lead, aud the gold is ol the coarsest description. There are probab'y one hundred minTs liviivj in and around tlie valley, and the altitude of the ground on which their cabins rest ia not far fr 9 000 feet above tidewater. At no distant d Onion Valley is destined to be om* ol tbe larg mining towns in the Sierra Nevada. In no place in California does the snow fall deeper or the frost linger longer than in the above place, the form r having been over 20 (eet deep on a level, and th' latter, when people are almost m dting in t • lower country, ccvers the ground evry morning. There is no lack ol the purest air in that region. We heard an incident related by a friend a few days since, which will illustrate the severity ol* the storms which sometimes occur there. Som packers in November,'51, were on their way ur to the valley, and when within two or three mMt>> of their destination were caught in a sno« storm on a mountain ridge, and ere they could cxtricat" themselves or mules, forty of the latter perished, and the puckers were obliged to deposit the pack- in the snow unt:l sprng. We may read of and imagine the horrors uf an Alpine winter, but w> kuow of none worse thau tho-e which occur among ourselves,—Mountain .Messenger. " John Phenix" thus speak* of a juvenile mo si clan whom he encountered in the cars in a journey he recently made to New Orleans :— "He was a seedy youth, with a seal skin cap. a ■Ingulnrly dirty face, a gray jacket of the ventilating order, and a,short but remarkably broad pair of " corduroy corduroys." He wore an enormous bag or haversack about his neck and bore In his hand that most infernal and detestable in etrument, an accordeon. I despise that instrument of music. They pull the music out of it. and it comes forth struggling and reluctant, !ik' a cat drawn by the tail from an ash hole, or h aqutrrel pulled shrieking from a hollow loa; with a ramrod. This unprincipled boy commenced pulling at this thing, and horrifi"d us with th** most awful version ot that wretched " Dog Tray" that I ever listened to." Con'Sumptiox -Medical statistics appear to prove that consumption, where prevalent, originates as often in summer as in winter, and the best authorities declare that it is more common in hot than in cold climates. There is more consumption in the Tropical Indies, botn east and we-4, than in the almost Arctic Canadas, The number or thi- British troops attacked wilh this disease in Jamaica, is annually twelve in one thousand, whib- In Canada it is ouly about six. The English Government bave accordingly resolved upou Hemline their consumptive soldiers to the cold iu preference to the warm climate. 48 Commsrci&L and 87 Clay streets, lieiweeu Front and Battery, SAN FRAA'CTSCO. RFNT.U:iUNT-Fir>i V r. LADIES ORDINARY—Second Story. IRIS House has undergone a thorough renoyat- _L ing and cleansing, wiih new bin.iunv. beds aud Bedding. It is intended by tin- IVupriclor to have ihis House second Iu none in tins city. Great care has been taken to select th" best of servants, and no expense Will be Spared lo m rkf* the weary- traveler comfortable ai the R if! Road House.' Capt. .JDILV PAVXM, formerly master of the steamer .Mountaineer, on ihe Delaware river, and late ol the steamer New Jersey, on tiie North River, New York, will be my Assistant in the management of the Hotel. There has alio b en lilted up magnificent Bath Rooms aud Hail Dressing Room attached tothe Hotel, which, for cleanliness. <fcc., wid uot bt surpassed by any ol this city. Also, a Billiard room and Pool Table. The Bar is stocked with the finest choice of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. A line Lunch serv I every day at 11 o'clock, .nil") S JAMES TII >.MiJSON, Propnet. r. %\\\\ Jfnircisw "ibbrrtiscnunts. PAP31 HA^TGI^aS Just Uijcoivtsil, pjff ia.te Arrivals, BT FRANK BAKER, 110 and 112 Clay street, San Franciseo 60(H) rolfe freueb ao i American Borders; 8tH) pieces Tapestry Velvet Oat-pet; 626 pieces Tapestry Brussels carpet; 230 pieces three-ply carpet; 3D0 pieces superfine ingrain carpet; 860 pieces extra tine ingrain carpets; 200 pieces cottou aud wojl carpets j 125 pieces stair carpets, assorted; 876 pieces Bay State druggets; 8*10 pieces oil cloth, assorted ; 125 pieces silk damask aud brocatelle ; 300 pieces cotfui and worsted damask ; 4ooo pair window shades; 375 pair lace curtains; 7*>u pair muslin curtains ; 8000 cornices and curtains; 825 dozen mats, assorted. Stair Roils, Table Covers, Gimps, Fringes, kc. VVii.Htr.alt and Rem II, fty FRANK BAKER, 110 and n Clay street Orders from the country filled with care and patch. sen 12 8i N. REYNOLDS &. CO., Produce and General Commission M_CUC HANTS, Nos. 79 and 81 Davis street. Between Clay and Washington stieets, NAN* PrtANCISCO. Cal. Persona] attention given to the sale of— 1'luui. Gmln, Potato*-*, Onions, Fitiir. Bulfr, &ggfh Cared Meats, Wool, Miller, \n<\ all staple products oi tin; country. Will fill orders I'or goods when accompanied by cash Oi' equivalent, in way of consignments. Have constantly on band new and second hand Grain and Gunny Bags wbicb we offer oy the bale or bundle, iu lots to snir. First clasr- storage furnished when required, and liberal advances uiaiie on consignments in store. Having good experience and locality, we trust, by strict attention, to five tbat. satisfaction which is pleasant to both ourselves and our consignors. Nich. Reynolds. L. V. H. Uowkll. San Jfraitrisro ^irbtrfcmtnits. To Parties Claiming Payment from tho United Stales Tor loss ami destruction ot" Property during the War with Mexico. PA&tIBS deairdua of haying their Claims pros- ecuteil py tbe uiidersigned before the Court of Claims at Wa-hingtou. can receive al 1 the necessary information on the subject, aud have their Claims promptly prosecuted on application to O. MORGAN, Los Augeles. aug l J. D. STEVENSON; San Francisco JANSON, E0NU & CO. Corner Battery and Clay streets, SAN FRANCISCO. Have norv LaiMliiii** and in Store, Of\i\ BALE.^ BR.AVN DRILLS AND tj\* 1 / -slieetings; ImO bales Grain, Flour aud Seamless Sacks ; 2H eases Bleached Shirtings and ftheetings ; 10 case's Mi'i-riman Prints; 10 cases 1'aeifie Prints ; 10 cases Cochcco Prints ; lu oases Spi-ague Prints ; 5 cases Printed Jaconets and Lnwna; 5 cases Ginghams and Chambrays ; 5 cases Assorted Dress Goods; 5 cases Cottonades and .Jeans. AISo, il large assortment of— Cotton and Silk Hdkfs; Brilliantiiies; Jaconets; Cambrics; Victoria Lawns ; Dotted Swiss; Cottou and Wool Hqslerj; Buck Gloves; Irish Linens; Musquito Netting; Diapers; Huek and Fancy Towels ; Hickory and < 'heck Shirts , Cassimere, S'attinet and Jean Pants. And a large asaortm-ut of other DresB and Faricy Goods, too numerous to mention. For sale low, JANSON, hOND & CO. Oorne Battery and Clay streets, San Franctsco. AV'HOLES V ti E D RY GOOD S. TAAFFE, M'CAHILL&CO, Front .Street, corner Sacramento, IMPORTERS \ SD J01513B.S STAPLE A.VD FANCY xyjEisr goods, Clotbing, efco., HIVE NOW ON' IIAXD AXD ARE Constantly receiving by every elipp.rsliip from rite East, and by every steatnet via the Isthmus, a complete and extensive assortment or ALL GOODS IN* THEIE LIN*E, SEiKCrfen Expressly for this market by one of tbe Firm, which will be sold at'the lowest market, prices, and to whieh the attention of city and country buyers is invited Particular, attention SPRING AND FALL GOODS COMPRISING The latest Styles and Designs. A large assortment of Alexandre's Celebrated KID GtOVES, Always on haud, together with a Large Varltly of Itimk Gloves, Gitui.tkts, tVc BIS AN SACKS. HOR SALE CHEAP-By f JAN305F, BOND & CO, Corner Battery and Clay streets. San Francisco 40 incli Sillt Handkerchiefs. noB sale By— U JANSON, BOND & CO.. 95 Battery street, San Fpanoisoo. SoiitHern Dispatch Line SAN PEDRO PACKETS, TOUCHING AT SANTA BARBARA. 1U1I.-S LINI-1 is composed of the favorite clipper . schooners LAURA BEVAN, Captain F. Morton ; JULIUS PRINGLE. J. S-Garcia; S. D. BAILEY, N. Hiller.j ARNO, Wm. Hughes. Which will run regular hereafter as above, taking freight and passengers on the most favorable tf nne, lo whieh every care and attention will be tid, Arrangements are in progress by which a recu- lar Weekly line Of Scboohen. will be established. g from Sau Francisco, without fail, every Saturday. For further particular? apply to any of theprin ipal merchants at Los Angelet*, Sun Pedro, or Santa Barbara. N. PIERCE, Proprietor of the Line, at San Francisco. Office—Corner of Market and East streets.lowei uiihling. (up stairs.) where goods will be receipt- d 'ov and forwarded fr e of storage and drayage augl!* Post Offices and Post Masters In Callfo,,,^ SEV3ULESS SACKS. "TlOR SALE CIIEAP-Bv £ J iNSON, BOND & CO, Corner Battery and Clay streets, San PrancUC' ' &p26 Bm state of California, County oj Los Angeles. In tlie District Ci>iii-t ot"t!i(} Fiist Jiiilic.j Dist iie i, William T. B. Sanford, Plaintiff. Plaintiff. 1 udanl;. ) Edgar Purdy, Defei Action brought in the District Court ofthe Ut Judicial Dis trier, and the complaint filed in th. •ity and county of Los Angeles, in the ojji, e oj the Clerk of'said District Court. The Piopie of tUe Slate of California selirt = To KDGAK PLROY, OU are hereby required to appear tn an action lit agaiust you by tile above nnmid VOU ai 1 brou; 107 Clay Street, OFFFR FOR SALhl A full and complete assin-tm* ut of desirable BinUGS AXD SlFvOJCIN.KS. R."Si ( :(i. reepe cYftrll; t ttt lier! ord ers Ir. r^m the liiniy.i md will ir uni';, i"(r satir .fact ion. ii evory ', to thos. wlrol •rat the m iv ith tiu owiaag Bfl- cliines. egt.u.; nttff, iu . et Coui'- ■M Judi Ial District, iu and for the county ol I nd to answer the complaint liie i herein, a cei lied C"py of which you are heivwiib served, wi in ten days alter lbe service on you of thia su mous—it served within this county ; or if sen, out of thiB county but within tlie First Jodie District, within twenty days nfter tiie aerv; thereof; or if served out of the Pirpt Judicial I* called to theirsclect^'tocnf! t1rict b\l1 'u\ the Stal° ot' C*(l.!ilb,ni a will,,il1 ft" j days after the service t itu-eol ; always exclusive ™w (the day of s<ryicc—or judgment by default w be tak<ui against you. Tbe said action is brought to recover o' you I sum of one tliuusand five humlivd d-iilurs. (Sloi. principal and interest thereon ai th" rale ol Ii pet cent, per month, from September 20th, 18 until paid, beinir the alleged amount due ou certain promissory note, executed bv y u to I plaintiff, o, date Septemlier 20th, 1853, fjff $15( payable fonr months afterdate, aad drawinsf sm riiHE undersigned. Agents for Messrs. B 1 Hi ughtoo &, Co. in this Stale and 0: oilbring supr-rior Machines, us- folTowp : Bag and [Manufacturing ITSaclBBBses FaiqaJj Ma*!unes, several sizt And last but not feast, the PO MACHINE. A line assvi'tuieiit in storfe. Which we i pleasure iti sin wing to any who may I.SO. VERY FULL STOCK OF HOSIERY, COMPRISING EVERY ARTICLE iu this DEPARTMENT DA VIES &. JON'ES PATENT i-icultural districts found in the Dr* A large bridal party, including 'wo couples ol mUrimonUl candidates, recently visited LiCrus-, Wis., " to see the minister." O c pur were made happy as cai:y as "'falling off a log," but the nam was blocked with the second couple, by the brid"'- rcfuBing to be mirried iu sueh wai-rn wi;af!i'<i The groom pleaded—be wou d de«d ber all hi- land, and she needn't do a stitch of wurt." Th1 girl was obuinate—she "wouldn't a>: mirried n how before next October." Hi d voi<- sfrlp.eoiiuy. The St. Paul papei town who had for bre.ik tell ol a geutleman in that 8Dtnnof the fresh wa er oyatera, cr oofca. co:amoa to the .Mississippi, i,, one of which he foaud a pearl the s.au of a pea CBLH3BR VTED _S HIE, T S Cotton l>ii« !i-. [Vos. OOOO to 10, B'VPii's-Ducks, Drills, Sheet.-tog.-*, *c, Ac Also, a large stock of .sP'ING am P\LL CLOTHIVG .uitablo for tho Mining and Af togotlior with every article to hi Goods line. ORDERS FILLED it'ITH CARE AND DESPATCH. TAAFFE, MoCAHILL & CO. a_gl_ _ Front street, isomer i.eramenro. jMas^cTark&cc^ FURXITURE l?VARBROOMS, ItjS \V.,slili.s|.... atre.it, Snn Frnnclseo; n.ul 49 anrt 51*.mill, afreet, between J nml It streets, S lei-iiiiiento, Importsrs, M mttfacturers, WHOLESALE AjYD RETAIL DEILERS In .wry dr.scriptii.n tif AND iSBsmi, — Have i.ow Iii Store ibe lar^esl Mtiirk ;iiiii inns' (JDJlipUrtr rlss.nt- taeikt of rl ti an i bea uti-fu FUilMT-LllR, ■■ver offered iu this State, consisting In part of— h'J.YE ROSE WOOD. S'VALA'U'T AA D Mahogany Parlor ami Chambi st/fi'AS. n/'TiLYIA VV. LOUNGES AND Easy Chairs; Bureaus. What-Nots, Mirrors ol all OFFICE A YD eiTCBEN FURA'ITURE. in "rent variety. •■Of \Ve are now ti mufBCttirlng from our Xative Wool-, aUo from Wiilnut nnd Rosewood, most of onr finest Furniture, and can prodnci' an article superior for strength, durability and beauty, to anything iported from the Rast. ^.Wb have constantly on hand, and are in re- lar r ceipt of full and complete invoices of Goods, adapted to the Interior and Coast trade. ■fTu Wtit>lesale u-ul<iswn wouldmty. you* ordetm will receive, as formerly, our careful aud prompt attention, aglfl 9 JONAS G. CJjAP.2: & 0O, Needles. Thread md Si J ON I a & STJE n Sanso stanflv . > hand. . B.—iir. Grevey may be found as abov ii ten it; id alsi ire ol i uta said inort- above de- id Ibr costs o :1 ausw. r thf he said plain- P in' rtgage aud gi _:age"described, in salisfaction of t mniid ; being certain lands situate ir. of San Gabriel in said county ol Lu.' fully st;t forth in said complaint, ai suit; and if you fail to appear an said complaint as above required, t till'will Csiuse yuiir default to be. entered, ply to the Court for the relief prayed lui complaint. Witness the Hon. Benjamin Hayes. Judge of oui District. Court aforesaid, tlie 15cu day tf June, A. D. 1837. Attest: My hand and the seal of said Court. [seal.] the day and year Ihri above Written. JOI-IN W. SUCRE, Clei-k. Ptr Wm. H. Shore, UepWy. Ot the Jtst .Tmiiciiil JDls- K"lu., Counly of Loa An- William T. B. Sanford, ] vs. r Edgar Purdy. J Havinsr lead and considered the affidavit nf James H. fjander. and it appea.i-i tig to my --atislac- tion therefrom, that the defendant, Edgar Purdy. bas departed from, and resides out of the State of California, and a cau.se of action exists against said defendant, I. Benjamin Hayes, Judge of the 1st Judicia1 District, State of California, do hereby order Tbat service in the above suit be made ou said defendant, Edgar Purdy, by publication of the summons as lollows: That a copy of the summons in this case and of thisordev be published ouce a week, for the period of three months, iu the Cos Augeles Star, a weekly uewspaper pubii-ihed io the city of Los .Vngeles. And ihat a copy ofthe summons and complaint in this case, be forthwith deposited in the post office Of Los Antjeles city, directed to said defen- sidence, as stated in tbe aSi bint at bis place of davit of said Land- BENJAMIN" HAYES, District Judge. STATE OF CACfEOEMA, 1 County of Los Angeles. \ I hereby certify that Lhe foregoing is a full, true and correct copy ol an order this dny filed in mv office. JOHN W. SH )RE, Dist. Cerk. " Per ffM. H- Suoiii:, Deputy. Loa Augeles, June 2ll. 1857. Sm LOS ANGELES STAR |nb ^riitttitfl fefitb(is!nn.nl. SPRING STREET, adjoining tlie U. S. La The iroprwto*] of the Los Angelep9tar. w. illy inform his friendc and ihe fublic. jrjst. r jcfsive'1 ii large .ind .-dried assort ment o: ,1, and i« now pxepaaw1 io ir.cci.itr- PLAIN .4.ND FANCY JOB PJEttNirXNGr, '.iSIK-'.'t- malferi- L, tCOTT & CO'S KEPIII.nT OF TH-E British Period seals A.\b THE w i i i i i S1 iiisgs GREAT REDUCTION L\ THE PRICE OK THK LATTICE PL'BIJCATiuK, L. SCOTT k CO., NEW Y0KK, continue to pub- libh the following leuuing Bi-itish Periodicals, viz.: l. The Lond-n Quarterly, Conservative. The Edinburgh. Review, Whig. The North British Eeview, Free Church. The "Westminster Review, Liberal. Blackwood's Ed nburgh Magazine, Tory. E* BLY COPIES. Payments to be made in all cases in advance .Money current, in lhe State where-issued, will b' received at par. CLUBBING. A diacotfnt of twenty-five per cent, from the abov. prices will be allowed to Clutm ordering four or mor. copies of any (me or more ofthe above works. Thus I'oin- copies of Ulackwood. or of one Review, will be sen to one .ii Id "ess for 89 ; four copies of the four Review; W& Blackwood for $30 ; and so oo POSTAGE. In all the principal Cities and Town?, these works wil be ilelivet'od, FHBB of Posx*@p. When sent by mail, tiu istage to any part of the Unitei' States will be bui n-:NTV-roUB Ck.vt.S a year for 'filackwood, and but Four, en Cb-VTS a y^*r for each of the Reviews. ' ,\.B.— The p° ice in Great Britain of the Ave Periodicals above namtd. is about 831 per annum ■mi i'iAesiMiS)* mmmm ■ TO rfClE.VnFIC A.Vu PRACTICAL AGKICrLlTRE. Bv Henry Sf.-phens, F. R. 8.. of Edinburgh, and the late J. P. Norton. Profeesor*f ScTflbti(i« .\_-i-iculrui-e in Tale College. Mew Haven. 1 vols. Floral Octavo. 16'OGpages, an '. numerous Wood and Stool I-ln^ravings. Tbi.3 ta.cO^feSBetfSy, the meat cbinpJe'^wbrfe on Agriculture ever published, and Inorlw to give it a wider circulation the publishers have resolved to' reduce (.he price ti; Five Dollnrs for the Two Vnlumt.!! When som by mall (oost-n-uVI) W California and Ore r-rri the price will be *7. To every other part of tht n..;..~,.,.! *t Canada (post-paid), $6. #3r litis work is Book oj the. Farm." Alvarado.. Aogels..,, ...-G Brow ...A MCbu ...A J Bar I ..J CS ..K«oi ■Ew.; i A J A,,™, Shasta T AF Clara... a Rattan? B I'.hjah Lott ..Amador M g^. reeman H the ild Remittance- for any ofthe above oublicationsBbouli always beaddre.^ed, po~t pnif'. to the publishers, LEONARD SOOW fr CO. -Vs. U Coiti Sfecet; >?g.--,s- To>k IM: m„ ....!■' W Wor- ..TT Hooper i SM .1 ...Wm Coddi, ■1 Ell. ..J MM ....II I.aioh ...,DLLafk« James Bui WR.b .1 M Charles \ McDonald e LLo: Hond. ^kIler fata -ing liuhve \f T-aiiiel "iiasr*- :::::::? ."ift- ....... J M Root ...RS Clement -.RFChannel ^> MK Shei »e R Smith N T .\i,:,:tll ..KB Fosh ....A Irvine J "W Evi ..E P Wh- EJSJb JCGre B D McCobb Cruz E Anthony >eda........JiWood lo TV Van TVafir.er '< " T Burdick *;-. Mr Miller'' N M Hedges i Costa W Russeil » A B Bates i J AEngg ..Yuba J A Earnbari i'.!'.' ....F C Darling Visalia . ..Tulare, .. .J P Majors Wo;iflvi lle....Ba1le. ville,. ..Trio .8 Alvard W.ltsn" ville.. ..Sanl a Cn iz...'... ..LThr- ift Wp=t P< Whi-ky Creek.... Sh T,Vr;rr!.-rri ..'.'. ..'.AH Whi Yinlii'f NfTanck YnbaCi tv....Yuba. T Pndolett Yolo... .Yolo .JHHnfton Troka.. ..mfiSfS&T. .John IhrteH ■Mglf ^ VOL. VII. LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBEE 26, 1857. SO. 20. Cos Angeles Stat: PUHI-ll-IIUD BVBRT SATURDAY MfmXt.VG. At No. 1, Pico Buildings, Spring Street, Los Angel es, BY H. HAMILTON. t advanc TERM Subscription, per annum, For Six Months, For Three Months .» Single Numher ...... ... Advertisements inserte at TwoDollars per square of ten liues, for the first insertion \ and. One Dollar per square.for each subsequent insertion. A liberal deduction made to Yearly Advertisers. .. 3 00 .. 2 00 . . 0 25 Aokxts.-— The fallowing gentlemen are author _iA Agents for the Star : L. f. Fi^iikk. ■ „•?.« FrAnciScn . Buays & BPRDfoK, Post Office. .._ ..San Gabriel. Cot. iRA THOKFBOS v Monl:,:-.. B. ». (ii.K.v.v SftntA /Jdrbarrt. JunriK D. A. Thomas tHan Bernardino Business Qlitriis. Jolm "W". SJtior© COUNTV CLEftK. F.e, pnynbl.s invurlnlily In n.lvnnr.. LAZARD & WOLFSKILL, [Mi'OKTKHS, Anil Who'icsiili-anil liciiul Dealer,6 in French) Btk^Usli and American Dry (iootls. Corner of Melius Row Lns Anscles. tflft 9 BACHMAN Sl CO., WHOl.ESAIjt; AMI RfcT.UL 11KALKRS IN GiOCerlis, \Vln,sh liquors, Cl..thing II *v«r«r, ProdOw, Bides. Av ciol, &c., & Lns Audits streel, second house trom Coinii (ll fU-l'' il3 BELLA UNION HOTEL liifMii Street, LOS ANGELES.' TLASHWEH & BRSMERMANN, PROPRIETO RS. MTHIS HDTEL, so Ipna known as the best in -Soutliern California, having parsed into ihe hands of the yinisent Proprietors, hflii ■been thorou^hK" refitted, and many additions nnide to its accommodations Strangers, and g'litlemen with their families, will ■find this an agreaaljrta home, art all times. The table will be supplied, as heretofore, with all the delicacies of the market myy Perry & Brady Manufacturers and Dealers in Wareroom^, Illistn street, B,"s 4si^eles, ('One door south of the U. S. Hotel.) Where-can be found constantly on hand, an assortment of BUREAUS, SOB* AS, .ai. XKT>: RUROBESj ■d, reading, and ex- TABI-1S—Centre, elda, "tension. CHAIRS—mahogany, cane and wood seat; R-ock- -ing chaira, mahogany and cfftie. BedateHds—:high and h*w ,po~t : Washstancis, Tepov stands. Mirrors. &c. fee,. AU orders filled with promptness and dispatch, - PE'ftRY k BRADY. AUG. W. TIMMS. For-fftirdtftg am! Commission merchant, San PboRo ami Los Axgki.ks. Cal.. i7 II REM), Agent, tos Anceles. . E. RAIMoN'D.N'o. 10o Font strei t.Agent at San F'anctsCo. Arrival of (lie Golden Age. I Amonit the deaihs msntioiwd in the Au-.-yt Eon- The Bti am ai Quldan Aim arrived at San Fran- I do" papers, \t% lhal of Charles Bonaparte. Prfnoe Cisco mi Monday, the Htli inst., bringing dates I of Cauiuo. the eldest son of Lu ien Bonaparle. from Noik to August 20ih. Frnm our City changes, and the New Y'oik News, we take GAMBRimiS BREWERY. rpliR ln-st ALE and Bffi&R mannfuciut-d. find al- X ways on hand. Delivered io city cuHtounrs without exira eliar.m.. Cooperltig.itiid RvpaiVlne <>*" Unii-ils, &c. &c. An assortment of Barrels alwiiys on hand. K, MESSER, Pnprietor. CARPENTER WORK. wm. Mcpherson B$'G$ to inform the publie, that h ■ has commenced business as a CARFKNTER. in the shop formerly occupied by I Gilchrist nnd hopes to receive a share of public patrnnage in Building and Re* pairing. Lns Angelea, April 4, 18n7. RASSETTE'HOUSE, icr Uush aixl Snimumc SlitKn, San Fraiich_«o. JM. Al tfltKl-VCIIs Piopiletor. The above named house having been tho- lily renovated, js !i0w ready to aeconn niodate its patrons in as comfortable a main ny hotel in the state. atl22 NO IHO $111! j TOES. HO* SE^SHOEING, HBHH1T KING Carriage an I lUacksmith Sliop. By JOHN GOLLER. LOS ANGELES STKEET, NEAR THE FOOT OF COM-MKIiCIAL THE subscriber respct tfully ^^T kinforms the public geiiei-nlly that *«s^;«J., he wilt keep eonstanily on hand ^****» :and will manufacture to order, Coaches,Buggies, Wagons, Carts &c iii a neat and workmanlike manner. He haB on ■hand and for sale a fine stock of Eastern white oak "find hickory plank and axle's. He keeps constantly -on hand a large variety of cart and buggy wheels, "Spokes, felloes, shafts, neck yokes, double and sin- ■gle trees. Horse Shoeing a«1,i Blac^uftiitllitig 'in all its various brarnlie 9, executed with promptness ■and dispatch. Particular attention will be given to ■the manufacture and repair of Plows, Harrows, and 'other Farming utensils lie has an extensive assort' toent of iron axles, .apriiigs, bolt;?, plow and spring ■steel, and other material pertaining to the business, 'too numerous to mention Also, 20 Tons cf Blacksmiths' Coal. With nonebut the best of workmen in Idsemplov, fie leels confident that he can give entire satisfaction $0 liis 'customers. un7 JOHN 0OLLEH. Then BEGS to inform the commenced bniaitiBW' i MAIN STilEE'Mdjoii ,-ill be iltt! ! bush juhlic, that he has . the NEW .-HOP, ing the Post Oflice, ndanee to execute the above brand The strictest attention will be ■ih'en to prevent injury te tbe fee! id animals, mi'l whtite injui-V has been inflicted, by care^ssne-. the same will be ski!- fullv treated and the foot speed.!V restored, Being a Farrier et many fGttd ex pei'I ence', he can assure patrons of having their Hones carefully treated, and their slioes fitted frith tinerriini aCcnntey. HENRY lUXG. Los Angeles, June 20, 1657. LUMBER, GRAPE BOXES, SAM OUST. &c. rpHE substrihers inform the public, ihat they J_ have ou hand, and are constantly supplied w i th Lumber, ol nil kinds ; fti'«lie Boxes; ami SmtttkOBtf which they will dispose of ou most reasoiiald. terms. All orders for Lumber filled on the shortest notice. HOBBS. GILMORE & CO. South-cast corner of Alamedn and A.lviso streets, adjoining the Los Angeles Tannel-y. 3m Los Angeles, June 6, 1857. BLACKSMITH CAERIAGE SHOP, By H. Mclaughlin & bro., t,OS ANGELES STREET, ■ Opposite Melius' Building. WE talk* the present opportunity to inform the .public, that we are prepared to do all kinds of Work pertaining to our business in a manner that 'cannot be surpassed in tliis city, and at as reasonable frates as the high prices of stock will justify. . We are now building some of the best WAGON:-' that ever have been built in the Southern country. I^^Old castings bought at SI pei SAN BERNARDINO. MR. FRV-K L. WETTERGRKN, of San Hep nardino. has been appointed agent in San Bernardino city, for the-Commission and Forwarding House of A. W. Timms. He is authorised to collect-money and transact all business (or ihe house. A. W. TIMJIK. Los Angeles and San Pedro Los Angeles, April 11. 857. ■feb 14 H. wired poi "Mclaughlin & bro. 3STotioe- ALt* persons are hereby cautioned against buy- iag or otherwise trading for unvented horses, or cattle of our brands; <rtheywill be prosecuted to the extent of the law, ANDREAS DOMTNGUEZ. Bep20-tf JESUS Ma. COT V de DOMINGUEZ. A Tell-Tale Machine. IT seem that Mie EijUctro-Ohkmical Baths, have decided the veSed question in regard to the notorious National Hotel disease ; one victim having been fortunate enough to try the baths, as a-l&st resort, wherein the "test-plate showed a heavy deposit of arsenic." This t'dlsa dark tale on somebody, and shows how the people choose to be humbugged, even to death, rat her than lie cured by an unpopular agent. The Electro-Chemical baths were in.use and within the, reach of tHose victims, bqt they were in the.hands of JJaTOBMEKfl hence, but one of the mauy victims, it seems, re. sorted to th rn. I do not claim that the baths are a cure-all, but that they are a powerful agent in renovating-the human system generally, and thi t ihey will expel from the system murcuri., or otb>T mineral poi- Sont.. so as to be seen by the naked eye j showing clearly the absurdity of the Alopathio prnctice, and why the Doctors decry these tell-tale machine*. Should there be any in this ommunity. independent enough to investigate these things for themselves, they may And it to their advantage to call on the undersigned, who administers the baths, and is a dealer in electro-magnetic machines for family use, giving al! necessary directions. T. J. HARVEY, Progressive. Lm Angelse, Sett. 5,1867. _ D1CK1ISSON TYPE FOUNDRY. PHELPS & DA [.TON, BOSTON. L. P. FISHER, Agent, San - rancieco. Orders soi*U-11<-<! for Typ*. Lend., Rule, &c. £_. 1\ Fl SHE BIS ADVERTISING AGENCY 8AN FlUN*JItM.U, ■ito 117>sJ Washington street, up stiiirs, nearly 0|jp< sit Magnire'a Opera Hnuse. L. 1'. KISHKR is lbe authorized Agtrit of tbu Columbia Gazette. Tuolumne Courier. Columbia. Mdiintiuii Hfiinocrat, I'lacer ville j ■ ICni.iveConiily Argus, l':ac-rvtl?e C;llriV!:l-rL.- lluintle.W. MoUtrl l.li'lrlr A.I San DiBgv HeraM. Alameda Countv Gazette, Placer Courier, Yankee Jin Napa County Reporter, Sierra Democrat. Downievi Hrnnliol'li Times, ii..iiilii!l'H l'n Oretrmiian. PortlaUd, O.T. Oregon Weekly Times. Portland, O.T. Oregon Sl.a.l .-inn u. SnU-'in. 0. T. l'aci'lir. Ch. Ailv.re-.te. ^alem. O. T. .Jacksonville llera'd. Jack-ouville, O.T. Pii-nn'ci-unci neiiH."nil, Oivm(iia, O. T. Wasl'lngloo lii-publi(Min. rflcilawom. W, T. Polynesian Honolulu, S. I. Pacific ComiiH'rcinl AiivertiscT. P. I, Mexican Exiraonlhiary. City of Mexico^ Hongkong P.egisler. Adverttalug In Ilie Atlantic States* h- P. Y. hast now cmpleterl bin arran^ementR for the forwarding of arlvertiscmrnU to all the pi-i,u-iji;il largest circulatiii; journals and ne"-s]iapyrs published ia "tln> Attmtrc Stjii.^ A fine opportunity is hero olTtncd to those wbo witb lo advertise in any part of the Union, of doing ko at he llWWt 'S.i^6, and ia a proiapt and HtiBfostoz; so______«, I'ollowing d'-mili- :-- Poiimnl Xntdlllgeuoe. KliixTUCKT.—The New York Tribune m\n I Of the eight Membra of pongra-w elected ae Deag- crnis in Kenlnekv, nt le;i^t three were stnmich Clay Wliig--— intmely. Jnmes H. Cl;iy. (^)ii uf H'-nry.) J. W. Slevenaon. nnd Albert Q. Tulbnt. Eacl) ul '.In se tli ree consi-t nttive Sniulirufi Slnt.es bas <iori»* aL'uinst Ilie Nutiunnl American party by fully 10,000 majority. T-,Vo Umtrd Stftipfl Senators Will be ohosen by the .viciors— in plaofl of J. E. TlKimpson, oi Ky., and jtameeO.Junen,-OfTemi —both WUios of 0ld_ but only Mr. Tbotirpsiin is now an Amcriuan, Ol the uvnty-six in'riiilii'i-s rilie Huum: I'i'oin tb**8e (Siatei*. hut bU to eighl re Americana A new Guvemor in tennewee ml a Legislature in ifiat .Slate and in Kentucky re amoiig lhe fruits of the Irinmph. Miss-citi.---The election ofJ.mea S. Rollins, as Governor ol Missouri is reported by telegraph' The returns were not all in at St. I ouiw on Tuesday, bnt his majority is estimated at 1506. ]n 103 opdnties, a< 0OPlI«g to the .Missouri Ripi-bli- can, Roll in? has 273 njajorlty, with live counties 10 hear from, whieh gixw. last fa!I Ior Budianan 960, Fillmore 227. leaving the eliances in favor ol Stewart, particularly as his polilical Irkmds Imve the Quaking up ol the official return... TttXAfl.—The Texus eleclion has resulted in a most complete Democratic triumph - electing as Governor the late Lieutenant Governor, R. R. Runnels, by at least 12.00U majority, and proba lily much more. So far as heard irortl Gen. Sam Houston does not run so well as Crosby, \\ie American candidate for Land Commissioner. Iowa—The Io^a City Republican, oi ihe lOlh August, estimates the majority for the New Cnn stitution of Iowa at 1500 to 2000. It was 3000 ahead on the returns heard from, embracing three fourths ol the whole State^ North Carolina.—The people of North Carolina have voted by a large majority in I'av r ol the prop'-pevl ann ndinetit of the Constitution, al lowing qalifled voters lor members ot the House of Commons to vole also lor Senators, TKhXB-ssKK.—This S ate bftfl given Isham G. Harris, the Democratic candidate lor Goveinor, ai least 10.000 majority, and elected a Legislature of like laitb. in both brandies. Alabama.—Ttie entire Democratic Cougression al ticket lias been elected in Alabama-. There are as yet no indications ol the result ot lhe Content for U. S. Senator between, QoV. Winston and . ao- atorC. C. Clay. NkbIiahka.—11 oni Bird B. Chapman, the flgfe. gate of Nebraska in the last Congress, has been re-elected. By this arrival we have received a confirmation ofthe death of Gen. Rusk, of Texas, He commit, ted suicide. An extra ofthe A~a cog doc hes Ohton- ic le says : "'Gen. Rusk has, cvt since the death of his lady, suflered under a mentis] depression, which has at times borne him down beneath its weight. He has, to a meat extent, secluded himself trom society, and lately that despondency lias been more marked and apparent to tho-e familiar with him. A severe illness, Vm which be ttas just recovering, had proi-trated liim for weeks, and he was sullen ng greatly from a rising on the back of his neck. On yesterday evening, about two o'clock, his family hearing lhe report of a gun and the fall of a body, ran to the spot, and found bim lying dead on the ground, behind the gallery at the back of the house, with a rifle under him.'1 Mrs Cunningham was removed on Thursday* from the house No. 3ft Bond street to the City Prison. Tbe scene at the Ik use Was exciting in the extr> me. Miss Augusta failing into hysteric fits wlii n informed that, her mother was about being conveyed io prison. The "blessed," or rather bogus liaby. which figured so conspicuously in lhe Burdeil larce, was exhibited at Bamum's Museum, and did not prove quite so attractive as the managers of the Museum had anticipaied, iheir being little percptible increase in the number of vhi- tors. Accounts from Minnesota to the Sth of August. inform us that no Constilution had,- as yet, been aooptrd by either Convention. A resolution had been offer, d in the Democratic Convention to appoint a Committee of Conference it. order to effect a compromise lor the submission of but one COO- siituti'-n to the people. It was voted down, but was to have been again bought up. A band ot Chippewas were plundering the settlers. Four Ol the band of Ink pa du tab had been shot and scalped by Littie trow and his band of warriors. Tbe corrtspondenCe of Ihe War Department confirms the report from Tort Kearney, that a party of drovers, with 800 beef cattle in charge, destined for the Utah exp d tion, had been attacked by the Cheyenne Indians, and Ihe cattle mu oft. The same corresponde'ice shows- that Calilornia wagon-road parties have been delayed by Indian ho-tilities and sickness. The princ pal officers ordered tc the steamer Merrimac, to take the flag-ship of the 1'acHic. squadren are, Commander Wainwright, Lit uteii- ants Crason. Arnmd, Sharg and Breese ; Surgeon of the fl"et, Edwards ; Pas.ed Vsistamt Surgeon, Xchuver: Assistant Surgeon. Blood>good ;■ Purser, Belknap, and Chief Engineer, Long. Passed Mid shipmau Ramsey has been ordered lo this chip ai her master. Advicis fn m Kansas, received by the Administration, state that Governor Walker bad received peaceful overtures Irom tbe people ol Lawrence, and tbat a reconciliation was confidently expect ed. Governor Walker's force confrh-ts of six eom- panies of dragoons, one company of infantry, and oue compauy ot flying-artiilery—m ail. about six hundred men. It is now stated that Gen. Walker has completed all bis anangemetits ior return agua aud that be will leave *t au i der thu mu£i i<i7uiabic auspice*.—A". brother of the first Emperor, and well known by his works on the l.inU ol America, and by other contributions to natural .reienee. It is rumored tbat ex Governor Henderson will be tendered the sent iu the U. S. Senate vacated by the death of Gen. Ru-k, and that Col. Jamefl Reilty will succeed Gen, Houston. The Piesidetit has appointed Charles Lindley, of California, Receiver of Public Moneys, vice Rust, resigned. Salmon P. Chase has been nominated for Governor ol Ohio by the Republicans of that SUte. Eugene Sue. the great novelist, is doad. Tbe Goodwood cup, for which the American horses of Mr. Ten Broeck ta», was won by the French_horse Moiihrqiie. The .Jmeiican boned , were tilth and sixth in the race, Fourteen allied, Nat sfictory accounts hate been received ol nil the wa_.on road expeditions. The troops and vii officers will reach there about the 1st of Noun her. Lieut. Hood, of the Second Cavalry, with seventeen men, was enticed into an ambush on the 20th of July by a band ot forfy-frve Lipun and Camai)- che Indians. The Indians had nine men killed nd ten wounded. Lieut. Hood and three ot his ien wife wounded. One trooper was killed and another is missing. The position oi Great Britain in India is represented by our Consul at Cnlcutta, Mr. IlotVnagle, who has just arrived at Washington fiom his post, hs being most cjitic'nl, The nnmber of insurgents at DUbi he states to be forty eight thonsand, and that they arc wdl supplied with the sinews of war His impression is that if the English aifi defeated before Delhi the native armies of the Bombay and Madras presidencies will revolt at once. A eollisiou took place between the Fall River steamer Metropolis and the Norwich piopellerJ. N, Harris, on Long Island Sound, which resulted in the almost inst.,ntaii*J0U.4 sinking ol the liftrrin, carrying down wi'h ber fifteen h'uinan beings, and a cargo of assorted merchandize valued at between fifty and sixty thonsand dollars Frorn the statements given it is quite evident that the steartier will have tu bear a large burthen of the blame attributable to (he collision. The J.N. Harris was valued at about (22,600. No marine insurance. After the coll.sion the passengers of the Metropo lis. some two or three hundred in uttidber, formed themselves into a committee to rel eve the imme diate sullering of snch of !hc wrecked passengers and crew as had been saved, and raised $-195', which was dist rib..ted among tbem, Tbe new treaty between the United States and New Granada has been concluded, bat uot declared. The negotiations were of a friendly charac The S fin them Commercial Convention aeaem bled at Knoxville in August, adopted resolution. calling upon ih'i Government to withdraw th.: BqnadrOQ from the coast Of Africa; and to fortily the h&rbors of Mobile ami Pert Royal, S.0, A:-<n hit inns endorsi!:';_. Dudley M,.uu"s Miheme, ndvocat ing Government patronage for southern steamers, and repealing ttie fishing bounties, were n'Ve.-ed mid referred, An extensive gang of mule and female opcra- tives in counterfeit $5 bills on the Leo Bank- M ivsaeh-dsetts, has been detected recently iu New Yotk. It is supposed that at least $,*i000 of theae wortlrlcss bills have been pdt in circulation. The parties arrested are now in prison. _4h exciting''meeting of &<) New York Volunteer Association took pine-.- recently atthe Mercer SouSe, N ■■-.■ York, ndativfi to the gold snuff box controversy, which piomlaea to he. ti serious bone of contention between '.lie parlies who support the Claims nf the two }uin.-.jml candidates for tha gift, The Burnett men bolted uud would not vole on the question of the adoption of the resolutions endorsing the Common Council committee's selection of Col. Dyckman, on the alleged ground that this was not a bona fide meeting of ihe Volunteers, but merely ot the Volunteer Association. Col. Dyckman was present aud uctt'd as chairman. * John C. O'Neil has resigned the supcrinteuden- cyy of Indian aliiirs in Utah, tc which he was lately appointed. Mrs. Cunningham declines an examination by the doctors, which was proposed, fo ascertain whether she had been recently confined. The Danish Government have granted a charier to an English company for the establishment of a sub-marine telegraph between England and the western coast, of Scbleswig. The late Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Dobbin, died at Faustei ilie. on the Ith ult. Miss Madalinfi Smith, of Glasgow notoriety, was with her parents, A subscription was on foot in her favor. The Tehuantepec Company has dissolved early this mouth, but has reorganized on a better if not surer basis. The capital slock of the new company is to be i en lniilb.ina of dollars, divided into shares ol one hundred dollars each, which are to' appropriated as follows, viz: 80,000 shan-n, or eight millions of dollars, shall be subscribed and paid for as hereinafter provided: '20.1.100 shares, or two'mill.ous of dollars, shall be issued as lull paid stock, and delivered to the Trustees who uow hold the Garay and Sloo grants, under tho deed of trust executed by P. A. Hargous for himself and aa representing the rights of F. P. Falconer, now holder of the Sloo grant, Under tbo decree ot the Mexican Government, to- Nici any day nu- O'.VtUa, ter. There is on deposit at the U. S.-Treasury at Washington (22,637.052 87, Subject to dralt, •520,021.498 60. The baby that Mrs. Cunningham did not have has been exhibited at the Mu seuin in New Yorkf but would not draw a house. A meeting in favor nf the repeal of tbe new city charter has been held at New York. John Cochran and Dati'J Sickles making speeches. There has been a great pectluiary panic at Havana, but quiet was restored. The Indians in Minnesota are desirous ol making a treaty. Several Indian marauders bave beeu given up to juslice. Hon. i J. Seibcls. Minister at Brussels has resigned. Advices from Washington state that tbe Gov- ernm nt is opposed to the treaty said to bave been lately entered into betwc n Costa Rica and Niciiragna. by which part of tbe territory of the latter is aequ.red bj the former, and that Mr- Carey Jones had special instructions to present the views of this Government on th.it subject. Nothingbas been received from Wm. Ca>y Jones at ihcState Department. Commander Ber- rian has been ordered to relieve Commander Pick ering at the Portsmouth Navy Yard. A number of engineers bave been ordered to the Saiamio, now fitting for tbe Pacific sij«adron. Lord Napier is said to be urging upon onr Government the 08- e'esity cf sending more vessels to the coast ol Alrica to assist in suppressing the slave tfade. The number of _>uns we now maintain on the African coast is sixty-three, while by the Ashbm ton: treaty tbe number ai ould be eighty. Col. Nobles has been beard from. He started on the 5th inst. from tbe Sioux-agency with theinte tion ot pushing to tbe Missouri river. Accounts from the l/pp'T Platte Indian agency state that a war bad broken out between tbe Crow and Sinus Indians, and lhat the Utter were flying in great conster1- nation. The American Academy of Science at Montreal' is in session at Montreal. Ex-President Fillmore and other distinguished gentlemen were preseut* The sword tendered by Congress to Gen. Wool; has been defivt-red to him through the Secretary of W_ir. Hon. Frederick P. Stanton,-Secretary of State ol Kansas, has been tendered1 the appointment ul Superintendent of Indian AflairB—the appointment, however, not to take effect uutil the meeting nf Congress. Gen. Lane is said to have announced in a recent' speech that there was already an organization uf eleveu thousand men in Kansas to protect the p- lis at tbe October election, and that tbe nnrn ber would be increased to twenty-live thousand Notice bas beeu given by the Bherill of Douglas eoiinty of bis intei.tion to collie! the taxes, The Supreme Court ol Maine has decided that free cob-red persons of African descent are authorial d, upou complying wilh lb- same laws that qualify white mec, under the provisions of the eonMitution ot the State, to be electors lor Governor, Senators and Representatives. Tb; decision of the Court was re. dered in compliance with ajoint resolution of tbe* Legislature, paseei last ♦inter. Tbe decision is iu direct conflict with the opinion of tht United Stales Court nf the Dred Scott ca»e. ; dotiOttKD Cm/KNl'IlU* IN THK StATK OfI^AINK.— The Senate of the Stale of Maine, on the decision ol tho Dred Scott case being made, propounded a question to the Supreme Court of tbat State, whether the free Colored residents of the Stato were citizens or not ? The opinion of the Court has been rendered unanimously in tlie affirmative, with the exception ol Judge Hathaway, whose opinion is in favor of the United Stales .Supreme Court, which be regards as higher authority than any Slate Constitution. Atthe time of the adoption of the first Constitution cf Massachusetts, Maine was a Province of that State, and, of course, was bound by its laws, which recogniz'nl the citizenship of its colored Inhabitants. Aa the Constitution of Maine, when she became a State, extended the right of citizenship to its African descent; the same privileges ure continued to them in spite ol tho decision of Judge Taney, Moke Ci,kp.icai. AorfiTtON.— The President, a short ime ago, received a letter from Professor Si-liman and others, including several Doctors of Divinity, objecting to the employment by htm of the U. S. military foices to' execute the bo called laws ol Kansas, and assuring him that they would not cease to pray that be might have the proper course of duty pointed out to him, or something to that effect. To'thia letter the President has just replied, briefly, but pointedly denying tbeir premises,- questioning their knowledge of those laws, and after acknowledging tbcti validity, he calmly assures tlMn tbat, by the help of God, ho will enforce them in accordance witb his oatb of oflice. Tbe editor of the New Orleans Picayune has seen a curiosity in the shape of a green rcse—tbe leaf, stalk, bud. and llower, like tbe redrose, except that all is of one color. The specimen shown the editor ui the Ticuyune was dcliciou-dy fragrant, bavin;,- the full scent of tho wild-sweet briar. 'Ihey are said to be by no means rare there, nor have they been for year.-. In 1830 we had forty-three colleges; in 1S4<> ninety-five; and iu' 1857 we have one hundred and twenty-seven. A cemetery for foreign seaman, wbo die in tho portol N'ew York, has just been prepared at au expense of (15,000, two-thirds of which sum was conlribiiled Iiy the merchant! of New York, aud the remainder was appi opria' "d hy '.'ongress. Some graceless scamp says, "It Is woman and not h'-r wrongs, tbal should tw n dre Bed !;' That fellow out to suffcr the torr-v.!*!t of being invited out to tea. Speaking of hoops, Punch says that a man who intends getting mind his wife must Btart very early in tbe morning. [t ha1- In n nf: :x renn.i iv-d that children wil. iv a ;;■::; i IJ ;vi. qtteBtloOfl which even the wleCBt arc puzzled toanswer. "Mbder," exelfeSmed tittle Charley, "how big was 1 wben you was a little Impure word" slain the t&tflets ef tt flrtttOUfl mind, and tbe more we hear of them the less nice VvofH', <mr sense ol the felitied and pure, Punch suggest*, in anticipation ol thie" fi ties io be liv-ivsV.<i upon Ihe Qui-eirs pnysieian. Mr ■ Locook, lhat he be dubbed Lord Deliver im,- J.
|Title||Los Angeles Star, vol. 7, no. 20, September 26, 1857|
|Type of Title||newspaper|
|Description||The English weekly newspaper, Los Angeles Star includes headings: [p.1]: [col.3] "Political intelligence", [col.5] "Colored citizenship in the State of Maine", "More clerical agitation"; [p.2]: [col.1] "From Tueson", "Home manufactures", "The vintage", [col.2] "Arrival of Governor Weller", "Public meeting -- Address by Gov. Weller", [col.4] "Mexico", "Ball in honor of the Governor", "Indian agent", [col.5] "Harmony club", "The State election"; [p.3]: [col.1] "Chief Justice Murray"; [p.4]: [col.1] "Pearls", "Col. Fremont in Mariposa", "Beauties of our revenue system", "Receptions at St. Catharine's Convent", "Chinese sugar cane", "The Post Office Department", [col.5] "Post Offices and Post Masters in California".|
|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 1857-09-20/1857-10-02|
|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. 7, no. 20, September 26, 1857|
|Legacy Record ID||lastar-m272|
|Part of Collection||Los Angeles Star Collection, 1851-1864|
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|Repository Name||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
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|Filename||STAR_399; STAR_400; STAR_401|
|Contributing entity||The Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery|
Better Go Slow.
In al! the varied scene ol life—
Its DOfee confusion, turmoil, Mr ifi: —
These little words, i. borne iu mind,
Would suit right well all human kind—
■■ Go t-lcw!"
The fast young man who cuts a dash
Upon his -'giA-ei-uor's'' hard eai ne.i cash,
Will think when all his money's Bed,
This motto should have tilled"bis head —
The flirt with lover* at her feet.
Her cheeks so lair, her heart deceit,
When yea s shall sleal hr']- e-lianu.- away,
Will weep .-he did Hi-'I. iii VillUil s \|;.y
The man of money—he who spend.
Hlfl thousands ou his buraea—friends—
May sit flown in after years
To coin ihis lesson through bis tears—
The husband who, lo see more of life,
Deserts his children, 'mine and wile.
Wheu sunk beneath the hand of fate,
Will mourn he did not, ere too late—■
The wife who always shopping goes,
Leaving her children out at toes,
Should keep this matter iu her heart,
Learn to act a mother's part, ami
The banker counting cent per cent—
The landlord eager (1 r his rent—
The clerk behind his mauler's lill —
'Twill suit you all—this lesson will —
The widow, wife, the maiden, miss—
The husband, father—think ol this—
In whatever path you go,
'Tis always best to travel slow—
jspi. Jfrancistff ^bluttts.mrats.
TO_Q A. O C O.
PAMJKS HAVING CAUFOIIMA OBOWN
I TOBACCO, or last year's orop, will llud a
purchaser, bv addressioga lion to
Bepl2 lit; Montgomery atrpe . San .Yancisco.
JAMES THOMPSON, Proprietor.
Kunmrlv ol' Haley ,t Thompson.
The Hi-Ucsf Inhabited Plnce ln GalUuriita.
Taking a pleasure excursion a tew daysslow
in company of some ladies, we shaped our coursi
towards Onion Valley. Tlilfl valley >8 ritoat-d
about 4i miles beyond G'bsonyille, and Es wliai
may be called a ridge valley. " Pilot Paab," tin-
great landmark to incoming em grants, is at the
erst end of it, and the peak of itself is supposed
to be in the vicinity oi 10,000 to 12,01)0 feet a ove
th* level of the Bea. The valley extends Id a
westerly direction by a gentle inclination from
the peak, and the eternal snows on the latte-, by
their continual drippings, form oue of the sources
of the Feather river.
Tile valley is quite small, being from one to
two hundred yards in width and probably three-
quarters of a mile in length, and ending in tht*
•west in a canon. In 1851, before Rabbit Creek
had an existence, stages wound their devious way
over the mountain ridges to Onion Valley. Team.-"
alio, of the heaviest description carried an immense quantity of goods to the miners who had
loeatud themselves there. At that time everybody
worked surface diggings, deep diggings betuir
theu unknown. At this day it is entirely ohang
od,aud if outward geological indications go for
anything, there are no richer mipera'l land-* in
California, Half a mile beyond the valley, at
Washington Hill .ome ei^ht or ten tunnels are
being run and in some of them the bri .'litest proa-
pecta ever struck tn our State have been found.
It is tbe celebrated Blue Lead, aud the gold is ol
the coarsest description.
There are probab'y one hundred minTs liviivj
in and around tlie valley, and the altitude of the
ground on which their cabins rest ia not far fr
9 000 feet above tidewater. At no distant d
Onion Valley is destined to be om* ol tbe larg
mining towns in the Sierra Nevada. In no place
in California does the snow fall deeper or the frost
linger longer than in the above place, the form r
having been over 20 (eet deep on a level, and th'
latter, when people are almost m dting in t •
lower country, ccvers the ground evry morning.
There is no lack ol the purest air in that region.
We heard an incident related by a friend a few
days since, which will illustrate the severity ol*
the storms which sometimes occur there. Som
packers in November,'51, were on their way ur
to the valley, and when within two or three mMt>>
of their destination were caught in a sno« storm
on a mountain ridge, and ere they could cxtricat"
themselves or mules, forty of the latter perished,
and the puckers were obliged to deposit the pack-
in the snow unt:l sprng. We may read of and
imagine the horrors uf an Alpine winter, but w>
kuow of none worse thau tho-e which occur
among ourselves,—Mountain .Messenger.
" John Phenix" thus speak* of a juvenile mo si
clan whom he encountered in the cars in a journey
he recently made to New Orleans :—
"He was a seedy youth, with a seal skin cap. a
■Ingulnrly dirty face, a gray jacket of the ventilating order, and a,short but remarkably broad
pair of " corduroy corduroys." He wore an enormous bag or haversack about his neck and bore
In his hand that most infernal and detestable in
etrument, an accordeon. I despise that instrument of music. They pull the music out of it.
and it comes forth struggling and reluctant, !ik'
a cat drawn by the tail from an ash hole, or h
aqutrrel pulled shrieking from a hollow loa; with
a ramrod. This unprincipled boy commenced
pulling at this thing, and horrifi"d us with th**
most awful version ot that wretched " Dog Tray"
that I ever listened to."
Con'Sumptiox -Medical statistics appear to prove
that consumption, where prevalent, originates as
often in summer as in winter, and the best authorities declare that it is more common in hot than
in cold climates. There is more consumption in
the Tropical Indies, botn east and we-4, than in
the almost Arctic Canadas, The number or thi-
British troops attacked wilh this disease in Jamaica, is annually twelve in one thousand, whib-
In Canada it is ouly about six. The English Government bave accordingly resolved upou Hemline
their consumptive soldiers to the cold iu preference to the warm climate.
48 Commsrci&L and 87 Clay streets,
lieiweeu Front and Battery,
RFNT.U:iUNT-Fir>i V r.
LADIES ORDINARY—Second Story.
IRIS House has undergone a thorough renoyat-
_L ing and cleansing, wiih new bin.iunv. beds
aud Bedding. It is intended by tin- IVupriclor to
have ihis House second Iu none in tins city. Great
care has been taken to select th" best of servants,
and no expense Will be Spared lo m rkf* the weary-
traveler comfortable ai the R if! Road House.'
Capt. .JDILV PAVXM, formerly master of the
steamer .Mountaineer, on ihe Delaware river, and
late ol the steamer New Jersey, on tiie North
River, New York, will be my Assistant in the
management of the Hotel.
There has alio b en lilted up magnificent Bath
Rooms aud Hail Dressing Room attached tothe
Hotel, which, for cleanliness. |