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PACIFIIC COAST TELEGRAMS.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Sax Francisco, October 15.
Following are tlie passengers by the
Mohongo for San Pedro:
Rev. A. H. Smith, D. Campbell, J.
Gregg, Mrs. \V. L. Ustiek and infant,
Mrs. Hall, Mrs. P. Ameriax, child and
infant, J. N. Savage and wife. Mr.
Frank, B. F. Weston, Max Cohn, P.
Mcßae anil wife, Miss L. A. Wood
hams, Jos. Wood hams, J. Ayers, T.
Jones, Chas. Draper, G. B. Sanguine,
M. S. Goodman, J. M. Staples, Frank
Lefoucherie, Rev. D. D. Kellogg and
wife, Lieut. E. Fellings, L. Tony, B.
S. Shortridge, Ben. Crowell. Madame
Tricott, T. Miller, A. Seamans, Miss
Osgood, Mrs. Fall, C. Thibault and
wife, Mrs. Sayer, J. Robinson and son,
M. Burns, Rev. R. Strong, H. Heitz,
F. A. Taylor, W. A. Sprouter and G.
A. Armstrong.
For Santa Barbara—-H. Gunterman,
wife and six children, L. Langford
and wife, Miss Rink, R. S. Williams,
A. L. McCurdy. Mrs. Gray, Dwight 0.
Schoneman, D. Hughes, G. Stone,
Taylor Webster, W. H. Ladd, Ed.
Trussl, Chas. Mclntire, Butler Thros
sell, N. R. Beach, E. Brubaker, Mrs.
Throssell and two daughters, Mrs.
James, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. V. H. Ladd
and two children, Mrs. Hind.
For San Diego—Mrs. Bush, S. Marsh,
James Walsh, Lieut. C. D. Cowles, T.
B. Spring and family, O. W. Streeter
and son, Miss L. B. Brackett, Captain
Farmer, Mr. Kimball, Miss C. A.
Parks, E. Lowenstein, H. W. Dorcer,
M. Orath, W. H. Edwards, ft Tence,
M. Pawsen, Geo. Meister, Geo. S. Hick
ey and family.
SAN DIECO.
Violation or tbe Neutrality Lawa Es
cape of a Desperado Arizona A'ews.
San Dieoo, Oct. 15.
The election was quiet. A fair vote
was polled. Rolfe, for District Judge,
has 21 majority in the city, including
Old Town. McKee, for Supreme Judge,
has 20 majority over Dwinelle. L. B.
Wilson and John R. Porter elected Jus
tices ofthe Peace.
To-day's Union says It is reported
that the Lower California officials who
arrested the notorious thief, Lopez, ou
this side of the line, have been arrest
ed by the Lower California authorities
for a violation of international law,
and that Lopez was permitted to es
cape from his captors. He returned to
this county, and was rearrested and de
livered to the Lower California offi
cials in proper manner.
Private advices from Yuma state
that Judge Berry, ot Northern Arizo
na, has purchased the Yuma Sentinel
from C. L. Minor.
The Y'uma court-house has beeu
completed, and accepted by the Super
visors. It is the finest court-house in
the Territory.
The Empress Eugenie Interviewed.
A correspondent of the New York
World, who states that he he has in
terviewed the Empress at Chiselhurst,
reports as follows: I said, "I fear that,
if even the monarchy be restored un
der Henry V., France will not have
seen the end of her troubles." "You
are right," said the Empress. " How
can a fusion like that which has just
taken place in France stand against
the intrigues and plotting of men who
are determined at all risks to get power
for themselves, no matter what it costs
the country in bloodshed and misery '.'"
"But," said I, "that is not the difficul
ty. Does your Majesty believe that,
even supposing the Count de Cham
bord and the Count de Paris to be en
emies, the two parties of Legitimists
and Orleanists can ever really agree
and amalgamate?" "Jamais, never,"
answered the Empress, with more en
ergy than she had hitherto shown;
"they may, and probably will agree—
will agree not to differ—so long as they
stand in face of the common enemy,
the red Republic. But no sooner will
the latter have retired from the field
than the partisans, if not the chiefs,
must disagree. One thing alone could
save the monarchy that we are told
will ere long be proclaimed in France."
"What may that be, your Majesty?"
I asked. "A deplorable but almost
necessary event for the continuation
of the Fusionist Monarchy," answered
the Empress, would be that shortly af
ter Henry V. came to the throne, he
should abdicate or die, and then his
successor, being the Count de Paris, he
would at once become King, and there
could be no further question of a differ
ent branch. The Orleans family have
ever been a cunning and a selfish race.
Even now in the fusion they have got
the best of the bargain." " Why so?"
I asked. "Because it is the first step
in everything that is difficult. In re
establishing the monarchy the chief
difficulty will be at the first. For this
they will make use of tlie Count de
Chambord to bear the first brunt of the
change—to draw the chesnuts from the
fire. If he fails, the Orleanists will not
feel the loss; if he is successful, they
will reap the fruits of success in the in
heritance of their own family to the
crown of France."
Instrument for Testing Color
Blindness.—A German has invented
an instrument for testing color blind
ness. It consists of a rotating appara
tus, which moves a disc whose centre
is a circle, one-half black, and the
other half white; outside this is a riug
half red and half green, and then ano
ther ring of violet and red, then the
outside ring of violet and green.
When rapidly rotated the centre ap-
E eared to be colored grey that is,
lack and white mixed. To a green
blind person the middle ring will ap
pear gray, that being the result to
him of a mixture of violet and red.
The outer ring will appear gray to a
red-blind patient, and the inner, gray
to the violet-blind. By the use of this
most ingenious instrument a large
number of patients may be simulta
neously examined for oue or more
kinds of color-blindness.
N. B. WHITFIELD.
BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND
GENERAL AGENT. Funicular utteu
tioripatd to the purchase uud sule of sheep.
Oflios vv'.th J. L. Ward * Co. ocHpim
How Young Men Fall.
"There is Alfred Sutton home with
his family to live on the old folks,"
said one neighbor to another. "It
seems hard, after all bis father has
done to tit liim out iv business, and
the capital lie invested to start him so
fairly. It is surprising he is turning
out so poorly. He is a steady young
man, no bad habits, as far as I know;
he lias a good education, and was al
ways considered stuarl; but be doesn't
succeed in anything. 1 am told he
lias tried a number of different sorts of
business, and sunk money every time.
What can be tlie trouble wilh Alfred,
I should like to know, for I don't want
my boy to take his turn?"
"Alfred is smart enough said
the other.' 1 "and lias education
enough, l>ut he lacks tbe one
element of success. He never wants
to give a dollar's worth of work for a
dollnr of money, and there is no other
way for a young man to make a for
tune. He mutt dig If he would get
gold. Ail tlie men who hay c succeed
ed, honestly or dishonestly, in making
money had' to work for it, the sharp
est sometimes the hardest of all. Al
fred wished to set his brain in motion,
aud let it take care of itself. No won
der it soon ran off the track, and a
smash-up the result. Teach your boy,
friend Archer, to work with a Mill
when he does work. Give him play
enough to make him happy and health
ful, but let him learn early that work
is the business of life. Patient, self
denying work is tlie price of success.
Ease and indolence cut away the price
of capital, but much worse still, all a
man's nerve power. Present gratifica
tion tends to put off until to-morrow
or next week, and so the golden mo
ments slip by. It is getting to be a
rare thing for the sous of rich men to
die rich. Too often they squander in
a half a score of years what their
fathers were a lifetime in accumula
ting. I wish 1 could ring it in the
ear of every aspiring young man that
work, hard worn, of head and hands,
is the price of success.—[Country Uun
tlcuien.
All Sorts.
Trinity Churcti, San Francisco, is
crowded every Sunday to its utmost
capacity. The attraction i* not the
sermon, but the music. They pay the
organist $3,01)0 yearly, and he is the
best on the- Pacific Coast. His name is
Mr. Seward, formerly of Exeter Cathe
dral, England, of which country he is
a native.
The third highest Free >jason in the
United States was Captain Shaw, late
director of the Craftsmen's Insurance
Company. He now resides in London
with his family, and controls millons
of capital for investment in the rich
Utah mines. On his first trip to Lon
don he made $50,000, commission on
sales that he had advised, and which
all proved profitable.
While Los Angeles has fifteen can
didates for the office of Justice of the
Peace, where two are to be elected, we,
in Havilah, have not one for that hon
orable, but not lucrative position.
Won't some one take the position.—
[Havilah Miner.
Wait till the chief conies back in all
his glory. He will appoint one.
In Washington, the other day, a fe
male member of a colored theatrical
troupe went out into o dry goods store
and called for some flesh-colored hose.
The clerk placed before her a box of
black stockings—and that unfortunate
young man has never been able to tell
whether he was blown Up by nitro
glycerine or was stractt by a seventy
two-pounder. —[Courier Journal.
LOH ANUKLKH. C»L
The largest and most commodious Hotel
south of San Francisco.
THK UNDERSIGNED BEG
leave to inform the traveling public that
they |,aye leased tlds WELL-KNOWN HO
TEL, and from their experience can truly 111}
that ii kick permanent and trnnsient Uiardcrs
will find n ROME.
FUR PRIVATE FAMILIES
We have suites of Rooms At moderate prices.
Tlie extensive acquaintance we have tbrmed
g-rnughout the State with the
Travelling Community,
is a sufficient guarantee that this House will
always be their FAVORITE RESORT, »nd we
shall endeavor to maintain our reputation by
keeping
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
for our table, and the t'HOIOKHT WINER
AND LIQUORS lor our bar.
We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel.
ua. our terms nre moderate. Call and see
as t»«i HAMMEL AND DENKER.
ocltf
FELIX OLIVERY'S
JD ASTRV AND CHOP HOUSE,
White House BiiilriiiiK, l.os tiijrelesNt.
its" Keeps constantly the FB V -'IF.KT AN%
PUREST PASTRY, and the mo t delLiou*
CHOPS. MEALS AT ALL HOPRH, i*«
oe'2-lmlp
Delmonico Restaurant,
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL, Los Angeles, California.
OPEN nt ALL HOURS.
ft*r The choicest delicacies of tbe Rest Mar
kets always ou tbe Rill of Fare. Elegant
DINNERS AND LCNCHES at a moment's
notice. JAS. MEN ROE A CO.,
lie-Mill Proprietors.
CITY LAUNDRY,
STREET, BETWEEN
»t Grasshopper end Grirtin streets,
I.OS ANGELES.
Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTACRANT
washing done on reasonable terms.
PE ARL HI'TTONS sewed on. and ordlnurv
MENDING done. Washing called lor und de
livered, FREE UF CHARGE.
KtS* Order slate at Rrotlerlek's Book Store.
oc2-lmlp L a O'NEIL.
HENRY BUDDEN,
PIANO-FORTE TUNEB, REGU
LATOR AND REPAIRER.
OrunnN and Alt-lode, oim .AdjuHted.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
RCI t.KENgES-Brfidrlek's Store; Editor Hlr
\i.v. oeStfap
The Race of Time Keepers.
HARPER & DALTON,
WHOLESALE API) RETAIL DEALER* i\
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
HARPUR & DALTON KEET THE LARCiEST
STOCK IN LOS A N Ci ELl3ft OF TIIK
most varii:d
FA'FRY KIND OF
lloiiMC-liolcl J^ui*iiitiii*o,
liit<»tioii .uro,
JLfjnrloiiltm*nl fluploiiioiitH,
PLUMBING, ROOFING, GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS
PROMPTLY .VXD NEATLY EXECUTED VT LOW RATES.
Remember tne A.ddrenm
HAHPEI. *V DALTON,
XO. Hi MAIN STREET, Dohiicj'n Block' I.OS AN RSIER
AG EC V OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.
BRODRICK & CO.
, (ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOS ANGELES),
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OE
Ofiloe ionorv At J*m»1iooI l^ool-r«.

Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished
at Publishers' Prices.
DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC.
foi* Ht«»iiiwny I*inno« mul
13iu*clot t Orff&lltt.
NEW PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED.
E.H. WORKMAN. WM, If. WORKMAN.
WORKMAN BROS.
MANUFACTURERS ANO IMPORTERS OE
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS,
iAD>D|j£.RY WARE, 1.3t«.
A OOOD ASSORTMENT OE
.Ladies' nnd CI WilMMa'l TfUVOli txgg Bugi*, rSnt <-li<-l w
mid AUliKt'K on llnnd.
FINE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, STAGE AND TEAM HARNESS AND SADDLES
Of OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, C ONSTANTLY' ON IIANO.
we ake prepared to OI KEU GHEAT IJV
DUCEMENTS TO PUBCH AWRiRft.
9mT REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
Come mid see us at tbe sign of tbe RIG HORSE, 7(1 MAIN STREET, LOS
ANU ELES, CALIFORNIA.
31ATTI1IAS CJHAV.
6'j:iiiu<i uao ciay street, Ban "runelsoo, mm! lot First Mreet, fiiiiltud. Onfun,
AGENT FOR STEINWAY'S IGRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS,
Eur tU»- whole leucine t'oH.«t.
Also lor tlie BI'RDETT ollUAN.the HIIONINOER ORGAN. HAINES PIANO,
the Treble Bridge Guild. Church Square, KRANICH a BACH, ERNEST <iABLER und
KtENISCII IPItIUHT PIANO. iWTThe ONLY Music Publishing House on the Pueltlc
Coast. -*U BRASS ANIi STRING INSTRUMENTS, Of Oie finest qoullty und tone. '
Music mailed on receipt ot marked price.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
THE HERALD
J O B
PRINTING OFFICE,
SPRING STREET,
OPPOSITE THE COURT ROUSE,
LOS ANGELES.
npHE attention of the business com*
» munlty of Loh Angeles city and count)
I* Invited to the belli*le* of this office Ibr exe
cuting every deiiei Ipttntt nt
BOOK 9 JOB PRINTING
Fully uiive to the Inferior manner In which
a great part nf tne Job Printing In (southern
California has hitherto been executed, Ihe
proprietors of this establishment have deter*
iiiined to institute a new order of thing* iv
thl* business,
A NEW POWER PRESS,
(thefJlrM toreach this lur south on the Pacific
Coast), capable nf pi luting a
LARGE SHEET POSTER,
either plain or In colors, is already running,
and iv ii few weeks will he driven l.y
STEAM POWER,
which will also be attached to their new und
ELEGANT
«1 <>l> I'I'PSSPH.
The facilities fbl'turning out work wlll.tluls
be equal to most and su peril ir to many oftiees
in sun Francisco.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
er
Uf E w r r "V 10
AND MATERIAL,
of the most modern designs and approved
Eastern manufacture, lias been selected. And
it is intended so to equip and furnish this de
partment with
THE BEST PRESSES,
THE FINEST TYPE,
AND THK
MOST MODERN APPLIANCES,
AH TO M AKt I'll E
HERALD JOB OFFICE
THE MOST COMPLETE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
They have engaged as inr.-iiuin of this de
partment, one of the most experienced Rook
and Job Printers in tbe country ; and the
presses will be superintended hy n skilled
Pressman from one of tin largest office*, in
New England,
PAMPHLETS
Will lie printed from New Type, and the
greatest cure exercised to insure accuracy und
freedom from typographical errors.
POSTERS & HANDBILLS
Plain or In colors, executed ut very short no
tice uud displayed In the best manner.
BUSINESS CARDS,
CIRCULARS,
STATEMENTS, BILL HEADS,
LETTER HEADS,
BALL CARDS,
WEDDING CARDS,
VISITING CARDS,
INVITATIONS, ETC.
Of this class of work we shall make 0 spe
cialty, und Intend that nothing of the kind
■hall equal us in thl. section.
BANK CHECKS,
DRAFTS, NOTES,
DEPOSIT CHECKS,
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
BOOK HEADINGS,
STOCK CERTIFICATES,
KTC.
Printed in a superior manner, nn plain writ
ing puper, or on BOW) und Rank Note Paper,
in Mark or colors.
SHOW CARDS
IN OOU) AND COLORS.
We .shall uny particular uttentlnn to
BRIEFS, TRANSCRIPTS,
ABSTRACTS, ETC.,
Which will be printed iv the old Style Type
now so unrVeraally in favor, and which we
have procured specially for this class of work.
We simi I also he provided tor the printing of
LEGAL BLANKS,
OFFICIAL FORMS
AND DOCUMENTS.
CATALOGUES, PROGRAMMES,
BILLS OF FARE,
TICKETS, LABELS, TAGS,
ANO fcVKUY VAHIKTY OP
GENERALJOB PRINTING
THIN AND ORNAMENTAL.
HBiUILD
Job Printing House,
LOS ANGELES.
DOTTER & LORD,
NO. 86 MAIN STREET,
Furniture Dealers,
Have a Better Assortment than Ever!
HEW A>l) CHOICE GOODS
< INSTANTLY ARRIVING.
jPri«P€»» Still Reduced
Blegt.nl Parlor Furniture made lo order to mill taste of purchaser, at Ham Krahcibco
MMCKft, nnd more durable work guaranteed,
Superb Walnut, Laurel nud Mahogany Bed-room suits at remarkably low rates.
Also, Common and Medium Furniture, ot new and novel designs, at prices to correspond.
No second hand floods handled by this firm lv any shape. No misrepresentation allowed.
Fine Spring Mattresses a .specialty. Ureal variety Of Wall Paper, Window Shades, Luce
and Nottingham Curtains, t 'omloex, etc., etc. Music stanils, Piano stools and Piano Cover*
at lets than San Francisco prices. Elaborate Drape tie* furnished, of any design, drawings of
which may he seen on application. Only House In the cltv Who have a Wagon ksl'KClali.v
built tor the sale and careful Moving nl Furniture. (Joods delivered unvwhci. within the Oltj
limits, i'ukk Of lit.tma:.
sou-: auknts rouTHK NKW AND COMPLETE SI'IISTI'IITE FOR PLASTERING.
Agents for the Improved and the NEW LOCK-STITCH UROYKR A BAKER SEWINo
MACHINES.
Rome RBW styles may now be seen never before Introduccdi
CARPETS,
Rugs, Mats, Etc.
WE WILL SELL
Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths, and anything else
pertaining to the Trade,
At Less Rates than any other parties in this city.
A new selection of sumples Of
TAPESTRY AND BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS, FOR THE FALL TRADE,
.II XT RBCBn'IID,
Carpets. >I tatting-. Oil Oloth, Etc?.,
MATCHED AND LAID DOWN
Tapestries Out and Made to Order,
SIDNEY LACEY,
WITH DOTTER A LORD, No. so Main Street.
Sign of the Big Red Rocker. 86 Main Street, Los Angeles.
s. \ou di,ix( jih:h,
No. 8 Commercial Street.
O O o|l> OOTu 1> OOOI> S !
Gorgeously Grand Gems!
Rubies, Emeralds, Sapphires,
Garnets, Opals, Onyx,
Amethysts, Topaz, Turquoise.
A ECU. LINE OF
Gold. Silver and Platina. Swiss, English and American Stop
j Watches—Stem and Key Winders;
BRIDAL BKTS, NECKLACKS AKXI LOCKETS.
RINGS, BREASTPINS, STUDS AND BUTTONS,
Gipsy Rings, Wedding Rings, Spectacles, Eye Classes,
Single and Double;
EIGHT DAY CLOCKS AND REGULATORS, OF EVERY MAKE & STYLE,
Tne Best Display of Elegant Jewellry in Southern California!
AH known Jewels set to order, in the Latest Styles.
WOI^FENSTEIN'S
ART AND PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY!
The facilities In thl* Studio tor the execution of FINE PHOTOGRAPHS are
Unequalled by any other House in Los Angeles!
Old
COPIED, ENLARGED and RETOUCHED at this Gallery ONLY!
None but the Best Artists Employed-ail Work Warranted
Bfcgr Avoid coming late in the afternoon during the short days, if" you de-
Hire a soft and artistic Picture.
H. NEUBAUER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
FURNITURE, CABINETWARE, BEDDING
Crockery, Window Shades, Looking Glasses,
ENGIiAA INGN, Eto.
BO?" Pictures Frutned, Furniture Upholstered, Varnished and Ro|)uired.-^»
Ware Rooms, Spring St., next to Herald Office

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