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THE LUTE WITH THE BROKEN
I took the lute I bad prized so much,
—"In my day of pride, in my day of power,
And wiped the dust with a tender touch,
Aud wreathed it gaily with ribbon and dower
And the tears from my heart were falling fast
For the bloom that had faded, the fragrance
As I thought of ihn hand that had wreathed lt
The hand of my darling now cold and dead:
And I put it away with a passionate fling—
And something was broken—a henrt or a
And again I essayed, when the tears/had
And the tumult of sobs In my bosom was
To touch it once mote with the olden pride,
That the hearts that yetlove me might hear
lt and thrill;
But a soft low note, with Its melting power.
A lone of deep pathos had trembled and
And my hopes died out In that silent hour,
And left me ln darkness and sorrow alone.
What wonder, beloved, that I cannot sing
A song ofthe heart with a broken string!
What worth Is the lute when Its music Is fied?
What worth Is the strain when its alto is
What worth Is tho heart with Its tenderness
And all its warm feelings laid waste by the
Rut love cannot Ale. There is comfort In
That love Is eternal, though passion con
And what, then, Is Heaven, with its glory and
But the union of hearts and communion of
When saints shall be minstrels, und angels
And lutes shall have never a broken string?
When first we met, it was not in the
capacity of teacher and pupil, but as
two strangers who did not know that
we were ever to occupy that relation.
She first showed me her flowers, and
told me the care and labor she be
stowed upon them; next her shells
claimed our attention, and,ere we were
aware, the evening glided away. Thus
the time passed at our first meeting.
So fully did she interest herself in my
pleasure, and her conduct was so kind
and amiable, that I could not refrain
from feeling, you have at least won
my undivided friendship. Soon after
nhe became a pupil of our school, and
while we were thus associated, the
study of her character was ever an in
creasing delight, for through it was
reflected the well directed teachings of
her kind and loving parents. Many
pleasing glimpses of these kind pa
rents have-, through her character,
been brought clearly to view. I re
member her composition, the last she
wrote—theme, "Rabbits"—not because
it was deep or profound in thought,but
because there was so much of woman's
pure nature in it. It was permeated
by veins of affection not found in every
composition. It is a pleasing sight to
see the children an they go from school,
dancing, skipping, shouting, in great
Jflee toward their homes. Rut how diff
erently we view the matter when they
go to a home far better than their
earthly, though they go in a way ten
fold more lovely. To the teacher it is
a pleasing sight to see his pupils as
they scramble up the hillocks to their
summits, and, then, one after another,
disappear until the last little head
nods down out of sight. Who could
refrain from exclaiming God bless
you, as the last little head vanished?
So over the hillocks of little troubles,
one of our number has vanished, not
to reappear on the opposite hill, but
has gone down into the valley of death
trom which she will not return to us
in this life, nor shall we see her again,
until God shall say "it is enough, come
up higher." In her removal society
has lost an excellent member, the
school a good and faithful pupil, her
playmates a dear friend and class
mate, and, Oh! my God! what shall I
•ay the parents have lost? They have
lost her company for a short time, but
they have gained great strength in the
link that binds them to the glorious
future. They have lost that smile
which waa a "daily blessing to see,"
as it played upon her countenance.
They have'lost the sound of her well
accustomed voice, yet that still small
voice they may ever hear as it directs
them onward and upward. Her chair
is vacant, for she has taken a higher
seat. Her "earthly house" she has
vacated for a "mansion not built
with hands eternal in the heavens."
When I think how gently her
life ebbed away, and how Quietly
she sank into the arms of our Father,
I can but say it is sweet thus to give
back the spirit. When she was well
nigh the end of her earthly pilgrim
age, her little brother George came to
her bedside, and after taking his ac
customed seat, whispered to nis papa.
His father answering, said: "Lillie is
going to sleep." The little fellow
kissed her then, not one time but
many, and soon she was asleep. Her
death reminded me of my brother's
last words, which were: "I hear the
angels singing," for so softly did she
depart, that I thought she, too, the
angels had sung to sleep. "No sleep
so beautiful and calm, so free from
trace of pain, so fair to look upon."
Truly, "she seemed a creature fresh
from the hand of God, and waiting for
the breath of life; not one who had
lived, and suffered death." Yet, when
Hooked into that carta, sweet face,
which was a perfect picture of un
marred repose, and thought how lonely
one home would be without it, I said to
myself, a great many times, "it is too
bad." O God, forgive me ! for lt is but
say I ng.thou doest not all things well. I
did not attempt to console the parents;
I could not, in fact; I believe that
there are feelings that words will not
express, bat and expression in the
bitterest agony. Whether this Is
true with reference to the loss of a
child, parents inny answer that it is
with regard to a father, or "Heaven's
lust gift, a mother." I feel safe in say
ing, If I may judge from my own ex
perience, there are times when words
are empty and useless. Then it is a sin
to use them. At her death was such a
time to me. To me, it was only an
appropriate occasion to weep. "Think
M'hat earth is, compared with the
world to which her young spirit has
winged its flight, and say, if one de
liberate wish, expressed in solemn
tones above this bed, could call her
back to life.which of us would utter it?"
Though we must answer no one, still
we ask to be left alone to weep. Why
should we weep? though we see an
empty chair, a vacant desk, idle books,
a little class shattered, the gloom of
death spread over the countenances of
her schoolmates, and last and most
of all, a little family all sad and sor
rowing. Is there no hope? This is too
sad; we could not bear it, parents and
pupils, if it were not for our hope
which reaches beyond the grave.
However in view of this hope, we ought
rat her to rejoice that one fair deathless
flower, just budding into womanhood,
should nave been transplanted to bloom
in a fairer clime, surrounded by spir
its more congenial, and, hence, better
suited to her pure wants while growing
to a woman perfected. Then let uh
draw aside the curtains of grief, throw
open the shutters and wholly unshroud
and raise high the windows of the soul ,
that the sunlight of Heaven may shine
in, and cause what is good within us
to spring forth and clotho the hid
den man of the heart, with the
ornament of a meek and quiet
spirit, which is in the sight of God
of great price. Owing to the fact
that we shall soon follow, let us be up
and doing," that our work may be
done, and well done, our treasure
safely stored beyond the ravages of
moth, rust or thieves, ere we are
gathered into the city of the dead,
While looking through tears of sorrow,
we bid our little friend and pupil, Lillie
May Nichols, farewell. We believe
we shall see her through tears of joy,
when it is said to us, "well done."
We shall try not to sorrow longer, be
lieving she has only gone before, but
will instead ask that each,
For the Herald.
So live, that when thy summons comes to Join
The innumerable caravan, which moves
To that palo realms of shade, where each shall
His chamber in the silent halls of death,
Thou go not, like the quarry-slave at night,
Scourged to his dungeon, but, sustained and
By an unflattering trust, approach thy grave,
Like one who wraps the drapery of his couch
About him, and lies down to pleasant dreams.
F. M. RIOHTKR.
We heartily endorse the foregoing
article, written by our teacher; for it
is not less expressive of his feelings
with regard to the death of our school
mate, than of ours, hence, we ask that
it be published as a tribute of respect
to her. Pupils.
La Dow District, Los Angeles Co.,
Cal., Nov. 27th, 1873.
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MCLEAN A HARDY,
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GL W. MORGAN, L,oa Angeles
T>v. J. K. FULTON, LosNieto.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
the County of Los Angeles.
In tbe matter of tbe estate of John Dorn,
The people of the State of California to all
Sersons Interested In the estate of John Dorn,
eceased, greeting: By order of this Court,
you are hereby cited and required to appear
before Y. Sepulveda, Judge of this Court, at
the courtroom thereof, at the courthouse In
the county of Los Angelos, on Monday, the
Bth day of December, 1873, at 10 o'clock tn the
forenoon of said day, then and thereto show
cause why the report and proceedings of thn
appraisers in tbe mattor of appraising and
measuring tbe homestead of Mary Jane Dorn
should not be approved, or contest tbe same
and file objections thereto.
Witness, the Hon. Y. Sepulveda, Judge of
our Probate Court in and for the county of
Los Angeles, with the seal of said Court af
fixed, this 26th day of November, A. D. 18T3.
Attest: A. W. POTTS, Clerk.
By S. H. Mow, Deputy Clerk.
S. C. Hcbbbll, attorney for Mary Jane Dorn.
Notice for Publication of Time for
Proving Will, Etc.
IN THE PROBATE COURT STATE
of California. County of Los Angeles.—
In the matter of the estate of David H. Dur
rell, deceased. Pursuant to an'order of this
Court made this day, notice la hereby given
that MONDAY, the 16th day of DECEMBER,
A. D-1873, at 10 o.elock a. m. of said day, at
the court room of this court, In said county of
Los Angeles, has been appointed for hearing
the application of Elisabeth Durrell, praying
that a document now on file ln this court, pur
porting to be the last will and testament of
Daniel M. Durrell, deceased, be admitted to
probata, and that letters testamentary be Is
sued thereon to Elisabeth Durrell, at which
time and place all persons interested therein
may appear and contest the name.
A. W. POTTS. Clerk.
ByS. H. MOTT, Deputy.
8. C. HrsiiM. Attoraey for Petitioner.
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Los Angeles Daily Herald.
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DR. N. P. RICHARDSON,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE—No. M Downey's Block, up-stalrs.
DR. A. 8. SHORB,
OFFICE— Nearly opposite the Post Office.
RESIDENCE—No. 13 Franklin street.
DR. H. 8. ORME,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Lanfranco's
Building, No. 74 Main street.
Offlee Hours from 10 A. M. to l p. M., and
from 2 to 3 P. M. oc2-tf
DR. JOSEPH KURTZ,
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—In Helnsch's
Block, Commercial and I.os Augele* streets.
.<0 r _______
tar Special attention paid to diseases of the
EYE AND EAR. VOhXt
DR. J. W. OLIVER,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE—Spring street,
oppsslte the Mayor's Office. oc2-ljptf
DR. J. M. JANCSO,
OFFICE IN THE U. S. HOTEL
BUILDING, opposite the Court House,
NO. 100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
•WSpeclal attention to Diseases of Children.
D. W. C. FRANKLIN,
AND SURGEON DENTIST.
OFFICE—39 Spring street, next to Fire En
glne House. oc2-tf
California Loan & Brokers Offfce.
A* Hellman Block, Los Angeles Street.
Cash advanced on collaterals and merchan
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and sold. All kinds of produce bought and
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HENRY T. HAZARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE IN TEMPLE BLOCK,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
tftr Special attention given to business ln
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OrricK—Rooms 28 and 29, Temple's new
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OFFICE—TEMPLE BLOCK up-stalrs, Los
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
Downey's Block, Los Angeles. oc2-tf
OFFICE—No. 18 Downey Block Los Angele*.
CHAHLBS LINDLBY. J. 8. THOMPSON.
LINDLEY A THOMPSON,
A TTOR'NEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—Room Nos. 61 and 62, over Tem
ple A Workman's Bank. oe>tf
W. L. MARSHALL. WILL D. QOULD.
MARSHALL * GOULD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-OFFICE
opposite the Court House. Rooms Nos.
IS and It Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal.
Will practice ln all the Courts of this State,
and attend to business ln U. S. Land Office.
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NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEY
ancor and Searcher of Records for this
OFFICE—No. 44 Temple Block, Los Ange
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TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
C. W. MORGAN,
JJEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Four doors south ofthe Post Office, Temple
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at law. Office—Room No. 10 Temple
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BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND
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« EEMBKE TAMO, npirCITU I VMPU st Pfl Ph. claim, of THE RE PUB- in^Wuf?^ 0 "
Unlrrlln, LTraUn « till. Lie V. th* patronage of tbe people of this
LOS ANGELES DEALERS IN LUMBER. 08HkHrt.on. any P.rt of
DRUGSTORE CORNER FIRSTAND ALAMEDA STS. "^T
LAFAYETTE BLOCK. Mill WOrk Of dll KilldS, <>t j^MrfliAy^Ußl^B^^^
DR. li. TERRY'S etc etc oPncß OF THE PACIFIC BRANCH, LJMBBHSS——■»
NEW STORE AND NEW DRUOS. UUUIB| , 10. W CALIFORNIA BTBBET, iiMifliTiftltil
MEDICINES, BelowSanaome Street. EDUCATIONAL.
c toii% A alticies LOS ANGELES SODA WORKS, »f w ° M A i?„fr.^ Y L - W I AWI OR lIIRTItUTF
PAINTS, OILS, TT E 0 NR ?f V 0hL > w AOLNT. ggg Igatsi BAewot, I<oa AagpatOß.
RRI'SHFH and Supplies Bar Rooms and private faml- noJdlmlp —» -hti.w » -
FANCY'ARTICLES. - ■j™ . ... W-rT_aa_U_aaor *********
In short, every article usually found tn a drug Delivered to any part of the city. InoWm LOUIS ¥Vari©nDOrg, ~* '
9,ore prescriptions EXPRESS SILECT DAYBCHOOL,
carefully compounded by a practical ehemi.t Eiffht Mile HOUSC A? In which girl, and boys receive a vbbTCTL,
and druggist. nov2Btfo "iiB» ~fc — AND PASSENGER LINE fbactic al abd oomplktb English Education,
MRS. DONALDSON, OF THE atwahlclM commenced on MONDAY, AUGUST 11, If*
„ „ r _„.„.__. Eight Mile House, Cowango Pass, an- A * TERMS PBM MOBTBIt
CtaKerSTieiQ OUIUOn. nounces that she wlUrecilVe a v ... J,^^7„;,!^ n
to board. No pains will be spared to add to i SUidles. cfl^mwy
JOHN B. TUNGATE, PROP'R. their comforte, with faclllUes for going and _!_ 7jlJ_2* to * , " T BE an
' condng from the city. oc-11-tf _ ,_ T . u _„_. __j _ u_l# I and Algebra..... ....88 00
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. ' p. WILSON 8 tgn^' BWBd 408
BEST BILLIARD BAWON IN KERN CO. SH AYINGSALO ON, " d Prl " B ![^ A ":'
a c M aTi 01 »«• «* **" * _™~ % Phonetic Sbort-hand «d Geom
«nrsSmc_e._ AND OPPOSITE THE HERALD b_u Leaves Los Angela, dually at 2P. M. etry, per mom*—. - ~ t>W
XX Office. Clean Towel, kept on hand. ——— Competent Teachers of Drawing, Painting.
8 . », -..'iS 11 * JOSEPH BRESON, l^^&oT~T*^^
CASWELL A ELLIS, rooms, &«CMr ta
TMPORTERS MERCHANT TAILORS OPPOSITE U. S- HOTEL. MAIN ST. noSml W. B. LAWLDR. Prirwlpal.
Li>«.or.,»c te a.rßi FRENCH atitf SPANISH LESSONS
80 AND 82 MAIN STREET. J. BTR ELITZ, Blook* C next to Wells, Fargo A f ESSONS IN THE FRENCH
I SSt_£ Los Awqblm. g-Trx> r TTANrT TATTOO Company's office. "o«-"»>P JL
M «.VvToV i„. Ttnr\ * ■ and SpanUh langaagwi will be given to classes
,-aacß W -.ac..r.«„B*_ag.P. B CITY LAUNDRY. °' L iBFg,
J. B. SAUNDERS & CO., CLOTHIIXGr XTlnth street, between Priv . tel __ n ' i - M ' o ' wnrw, ' !
_ ' 1 Grasshopper and Griffin streeU, *il_o^^
JJRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS, L°large^kof 1 ?he h *'° UthMn AU ° A^ BUS& r " n !e^L?nS''tt
7% MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES. NftWMt AHfi h«lt Clotllß Gentlemen's, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT sons every w**A, each p'npil 200
Th. CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, .he KJSvTK
PUREST DRUOS and PATENT MEDIc/nes K nd Milk Vesting, etc. ABt guaranteed. MENDING done. Waihlngcailed for and de- mT mwlh^
of all kinds, mw Prescriptions careiully com- Refer, to the principal sentlemen of the city Hvered, FREE OF CHARGE. ror further particulars, inquire at No. 107
pounded day and night; no2-lm2p for whom he has made elothlng. mw Order .late at Broderlek's Book Store. Main street. Translation of Fbxbch. Spab
s»*s __ _ - - No necessity to send to San Franelseo for n o2-lmlp J. S. O'NEIL lsb AMD EBOLIBH. F. V. C. DB MONDRAN.
ff\ m |EEDa gocsl fitting suits. oc2tf-«P — " no2-:mlp
/contractor and BUILDER, . The Napa CangFIOW. ST. VINCENT'S OOLLECE,
Vj T> m I. HAUCH, / LOi ANQELES.
Snop on First Street, -scerchant tailor. v /conducted by rnns priests
Between Main and Spring, Lo. Angeles. ITA NO. 8 COMMERCIAL STREET. X djßßr \j of th , congregaUoß of the Mission.
All the LATEST STYLES received by every ' \ If _„ _r_ _
• asr Jobbing done neatly nnd with Dispatch steamer, and made up ln the latest style, and a. \// DEGREES CONFERRED, and tb* most
nos-lm;ip most suitable manner, and on the most rea- oompleWEfflMsßsoa grvoo. No more beautl-
sonable terms. 3ll " B^^aBTBBBBB«aBB— mi g«f Wily sltaated spot in the whole of Southern
SUET IL MAN a*. CALL AND EXAMINE these goods, VTl* dtj Califcrnia. Apply by to
■ nELUmAII, before giving your orders. aolBmlpl mWSm™mrM7 ' W „„„,_ BKV.J. MCOiiLjt. »
NEW TEMPLE BLOCK, NO. 95 , M EBB a>Bßsßßßsßaßaaa-
Maln street and No. 8 Spring street, next E
«dSrr'^ An « c,e -^ o,ew,ean<l Everybody knows the old Man PBaaaffF PELICAN SALOON,
Books, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, SIGNORET. rpo THE farmers OF LOS aprtngmrmH,opmotuthi^<i^
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Etc. tjank exchange billiard main has RETIRED
. » . ULU . '.7 1 mt . A> SALOON, run by F. BIONOBET. tented by D. A. Manuel, of Napa, and adopted XJ from the Judicial ccntest. In owlar 1» de
Agent lor White. Pal.nt Mon.y Drawer. customers received by the old man himself, FlcaAtaa'dlwn tb. st^^f^Jffiwft
™±1?¥!1 who has been In attendance since 1849. He !" p ,^ 0 H r " y w tSmtm,
Prof. Herman Bethe, Th?best^'barber shopmth*euy i. ~W% , sf n^t' l J d . rinfc,:
5...,,, r, T T nn/vtuiivvnDr! with thi. establUhment Clean towel., care- l* 8 ' , b , y iBK A?? a rS»fa? Tto * AlnatiM•••>■■'»
PEC I ALLY RECOMMENDED ful employees. noiim Tao FMHlirißtl,
by the highest musicians in San Fran- —' lai MlßiiliafctlMlE
Cisco, will receive nunlls on the Piano, Organ, _ _ tn «t" HKLLM A KAA* Aro -
h.„I In Hinging snd Harmony. P AIITI4 IP D _L*i HKLLMAN. HAAS A CO. Tb* Brls Ar*«ua4 tb* OatraOP.
FOR TERMS, ETC.—Apply at Brodrlck's ■ ■ VaFAW I ll lE«TW| ■
Bookstore.lx>sAn|eles. noivin,js_ pAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE National RMtStirailt »*• CHOICEST WIrtSB, LIQUOBII AND
JOHN COLDBWORTHY, £ s and sp.cf. mills, no. u« ao.c- OF "^m^Z^u*.^*
T~\EPUTY U. S. MINING AND Keeps constantly Tn~hand ROAST AND V a^Omt^jJo^^
GROUND COFFEE of all klndl, Pepper. Gin- CENT MEALS of any rsetaurawt IB town. |CUaMJtBBtfWBJ mwmmt
LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER far, Allspice,.Cayenne, Cinnamon, Cloves, Wholesome food, good eonkißa, and seUan _ ~ _
Nutmeg., and Fresh Ground California Mus- and airy dining roomjias road* this loatau- la tb* Bhx*<aalßo4jaaaatßgßaa BBBaaa •*
no..miJ. Downey. Block, Lo. Angele*. turd. Ouffkb fresh ground every morning reat a 4*opit*. lANDSEB A BOTTCBEBL «•»••** RlMltflißg B**l Wass*.
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