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SUNDAY OCTOBER '~ 1878.
Attention is called to the reading
matter on the first and fourth pages.
The extra dis|»atcbes also are a special
feature in to-day's issue. The accu
mulation of matter during the break
down of the Telegraph wires has de
prived this oflice of half its special tel
egrams. The HKP.Ai.Dwillalwuy con
tain the same telegraphic news as the
San Francisco evening papers,
The Independent Platform.
The Peoples' Independent Party met
ia Convention ut Sacramento, anti,
having adopted the platform publish
ed in yesterday's edition, nominated
Judge McKinstry for Supreme Judge.
They, probably, took this stand after
mature thought, and having a higher
field point from which to view the bat
tle, than that of an ordinary observer.
Hut perhaps, in taking in this step,
they have gone further than many,
who earnestly supported them in the
general election, will be willing to fol
low. Judge MeKee, the Democratic
nominee, is universally acknowledged
to be a man of the highest ability ami
integrity. For term after term be has
been elected in a district strictly lie
publican, because tbe members of
both parties had an unswerving faith
in him. Every plank in the platform
which expresses an issue, the Hkuai.d
ucctfpbs, and accepts with its entire de
votion; but it can not but doubt the ex
pedience of issuing it, and nominating
a judicial candidate upon it. The exi
gencies of the rights of the people did
not demand at this time this move
ment. No breath has ever been breath
ed against Judge McKee. No one
has charged him with being under the
influence and control of any corpora
tion or clique. No one has doubted his
judicial acumen or integrity. This
being tlie case, it Mould seem unwise
to put in the lield against him, anoth
er who may even be his equal in all
these respects. By so doing, it is pos
sible the election of a third and worse
man may be brought about. The
fight of the people against monopoly
is not one that will die out. A delay in
organizing will not put out the burn
ing issues which have been kindled
into a flame. But a hasty departure,
before all are ready to accept its ne
c» ssity, w ill produce irreparable la
Allegiance to Party.
'egiancc to party constitutes the
l-vork of corruption. It means,
j cases out of ten, fidelity to
men, and infidelity to the
lair red of the people. Par
withs. is a tyranny greater
' ,a ,pijjdavery, even when paiut
- BeecherStowe. It stands
tariugly in the noon-day heat
,;ics, that it is the tirst point at
,l by the Independent Conveii-
It drags so many good men Into
fe, keeps so many honest
R t ied, and hoodwinks so many
tertpright voters, that this wall
„jjS»yDOnyin for corruption, be
a necessity the first strong
led. For the thousands who
itical regeneration, the tirst
" ke is to declare their political
I'Jence. To say "I belong to
I hope for no personal gain
J vote. lam free and untram
s must be the watchword of
jOjen who have hitherto suc
,y boasted tbat they own so
votes, and command so much
nee, are in future the men who
or'fj aenly attacked and forcibly
wAdepni their pedestal. The
m. ( . 0 /unbiassed conviction and
I' r J Jo /t, is repudiation of all con
hi parties eventually grow
I*' The drunkenness at elections,
v-asitical attitude of candidates,
but drops in the ocran of proofs
; cau be brought to bear upon this
lie new line of thought summons'
ts ranks men who differ on many
nor points, aud bids them unite for
next few years, to rescue the UO
• from the iron heel of monopolies.
It v that can avail against
die Ma ' . , . , .
preserve?- 11 IH olll . v str,< t » nt **"
and won tight with such utter
SemsiP huve reached th|» of
t . «Wu.it non-receipt of the paper.
Subscribers Mill please remember
that the organization of a new route is
always a little difficult for the Carrier.
In a day or two tilings will run quite
smoothly. There are very few peo
ple who remember when they lake up
their morning paper that a great por
tion of it is written when they are
asleep. The Kxprmx commences in
the early morning and continues till
the evening. Work on the Herald
is heaviest between 10 l*. M. and 3A.
m. The clock has just struck three, as
this item is being set up. and tbetel
graph arrangements of the Hkhald
promise to keep oi»erators and compos
itors working always up till 4 a. m.
Naturally, as work systematizes the
hours will not be so long and the arri
val of Steam Power will help matters
considerably. With hand labor the
new press turns out the edition of 600
in one hour and the first edition of the
Crouica was ruu oh" in forty-five min
utes. As matters stand at present one
or other of the Editors of the HERALD
may generally be seen walking home
abouts A. M., but as long us a good re
sult is obtained and a thoroughly ex
cellent paper offered to the public
they are quite satisfied. Whether
the Herald is fulfilling the promises
of its prospectus, is for the people of
Los Angeles to decide, and on that
judgment the HKRALD is content to
flourish or decay.
The presence of two reprieved Mo
does, shackled and placed in front of
the gallows of the Condemned Indians,
is a refinement of cruelty worthy
only of ages of persecution. In days
when Catholics and Protestants, under
the name of religion, committed alike
unjust and cruel deeds, such a thing
as this would not have been tolerated.
The agony of a condemned man as he
walks up the stairs to expiate his
crime, is too fearful a thing to bold up
as an instrument of torture to those
whom the law is punishing in a dif
ferent way. There was no necessity
fas'drag OUt the reprieved men and
make them gaze, all ironed as they
were, on the last terrible end of their
accomplices. Any one who has ever
beheld his fellow man suddenly and
violently deprived of his existence,
must feel that the more privately the
fearful sentence is carried into effect
the better it must be. To make a sen*
satiotf of that sickening process of
binding, tying and burling a man in
to eternity can subserve no good end.
Captain Jack and the others .suffered
most justly for their brutal murders.
Hanging was, indeed, too good for
them; but there is a difference be
tween a murder and an execution.
The first is the result of hate and evil
passions, the second is the calm digni
fied act of the law. Foully horrible as
was the treacherous butchery of (ieii-
Canby, Dr. Thomas and Others, yet
the placing of Barnaeho and Slolux iit
front of the scaflbld whilst their com
rades passed front life to the throne
of the (treat Judge, was an llladvlsed,
Itteleas and indecent act.
The Mauctisi Opera Troupe is enjoy
ing a very successful season in San
Francisco. Trovfltort, Lucia, i'rinjii-
IM>, Faust, Jiallo in Mam-hero, Krnani,
7'raciata, 11 liarbiere, and other ope
ras have already been given with
great eclat. There is no reason why
San Francisco siiould not have an
opera season equal to that of Paris,
London or Milan. The money is there
to compensate the artists, and all that
is wanted is, that good operas shall be
rendered by competent artists at a fail
price. Tlie custom of puffing artists
inordinately is too common. It en
sures one or two good houses and a
bankrupt season. Furores as a rule
throughout the world have a corres
The canal of the "Land Company,"
now being surveyed costs less than gaps
"TfoKi-Tt. — -— < Htf ~ttiSl Meniiiei luufc fiimi
Anaheim Landing 400 bales wool and
800 lacks grain. At a meeting held
at Gospel Swamp School House, it was
decided not to organize a grange.
The lumber company at Anaheim
Landing have suspended.—Mr. it.
Kgan left on Thursday for Preseott in
charge ot 600 head of horses, belonging
to Chieo Foster. One bundled and
forty-two iv tlie public schools.
Two artesian wells have been com
pleted. A new $100 organ has been
bought by the church. Dr. McCoy
is erecting a fine building.
A thorough examination of the hull
of the "Costa Pica" in the Dry Dock
confirms the statement already made
that the injuries are not so serious
that they cannot be made good in a
few days. Lis noneless t rue that the
steamer lay in a very dangerous jKisi
tion, and that a heavy sea of any
duration would have broken her up.
Besides the large hole in her hull, near
the bow, there are three or four small
cracks, which by swaying and grind
ing, would in a lew days have become
formidable fractures, and the iron is
worn away so much at places that a
general smashing in of plates would
have been more than probable had
the effort to tow her off the rocks been
protracted. The engines and shaft are
comparatively uninjured, but the fans
of tbe propeller are all broken off. A
new propeller will be cast at the Ms
ion Works, and the substitute plates
required for the bottom have already
been ordered. The expense of repair
ing will not be less than 116,000.
Thu word thimble was originally
derived from tlie words "thumb" and
"bell;" being at first thumble, ami af
terwards thimble, it is of Chinese in
vention, and was introduced into Eng
land about the year 1095, by John
Lotting, who came from Holland, and
commenced its manufacture in Isling
ton, near London, pursuing it with
great success. Formerly iron and
brass were used, but latterly steel, sil
ver and gold have taken their places.
In the ordinary manufacture thin
plates of metal are introduced into a
die, and then punched into shape. In
Paris, gold thimbles are manufactured
to a large extent. Thin sheet iron is
cut into disks of about two inches in
diameter. These, being bested into a
red heat, are struck with a punch into
a number of holes, gradually increas
ing in depth to give them tlie proper
shape. It is then rimmed, polished and
indented around its outer surface with a
number of little holes by means of a
small wheel.lt is converted into steel by
the process of cementation, tempered,
scoured, and brought to a blue color. A
thin sheet of gold is introduced into the
interior and fastened to the steel by
means of a polished steel niandel.
Gold leaf is then applied to the outside
and attached to it by pressure, the
edges being fastened in a small groove
made to receive them. The thimble
is then finished and ready for use.
THE Duties ok an EDITOR. —The
London Spectator, having been asked
by a correspondent. "What is the lib
erality of un editor to his personal
friends replies: "Strictly speak
ing, he should have no friends. He
siiould attack bis own father if he dis
approves of his speeches, or criti
cise his wife's last book if he thinks it
rubbish. The journalist is bound, as
the statesman would be hound, to do
his duty and take tbe consequences.
He might be a little more gentle in
his tanguage, a little more apologetic
in his tone, but the attack must not he
deprived of its efficiency for any per
sonal consideration whatever."
New York, Oct. 2.—The match
game of billiards between Gamier
and Duly, for the championship and
the diamond cue, was won by Gamier
in 47 innings.
Nkw York, Oct. It.—A very destruc
tive condition of affairs exists iv Cen
tral Asia. Civil war is raging in Ko
hakan. it is believed that the Em
peror of Russia will be obliged, in self
defence, to occupy the territory aud re
duce it to condition as a Russian pro
The sentence of the Modocs Slolux
and Hranacho is commuted to impris
onment for life at Alcatraz.
The National Trust Company will
resume Monday next.
Kidder & Co, settled for SO cents on
the dollar and resinned.
A Grand Evangelical Conference as
sembled to-day. Stcinway Hall was
tilled to overflowing. Several Oriental
delegates appeared wearing turbans.
W. H. Dodge called the Convention to
order and extended a cordial welcome
to the delegates. Rev. M. Proehet,
from Italy, said that the Pope is con
scious of his diminished power, ami
that priests don't generally believe in
his assumption of authority.
Affairs in financial circles continue
to Improve. The closing day of the
three days of grace, which have been
allowed to brokers making up private
settlements, brings with it no new
disaster beyond the suspension of the
small broker house of Albert Cole,
which exercised no influence on tlie
market. Only 1,000 shares of various
stocks were sold out under the rule for
delinquent parties. There were con
siderable purchases to-day, divided be
tween paying securities Eu opetm ac
counts. The savings banks and invest
ors were free buyers of Government
bonds. All mercantile obligations ate
being met with promptness.
New Yoait, Oct. 4.—PeakeA Op
dyke have suspended. Their liabili
ties are $2,500,0110.
Philadelphia, Oct. 3. —it is stat
ed from Washington on the authority
of Ex-Governor Cook, that the firm
of Jay, Cook ».v. Co., will soon make
proposition to their creditors for the
purpose of enabling It to resume busi
ness. The members of the firm have
jiooled their private property, and per
sonal assessments, and will place them
at the command of their creditors in
liquidation of their indebtedness. They
propose to pay every cent they owe. *
J. A. Young, money order clerk,
Brooklyn post-office, Is missing. He
is a defaulter to an amount unknown.
Coj.kmm'.s, Oct. 3.—The financial
panic appears to have reached its
height. The Commercial Bank, a
small private installation, closed this
morning, under a run of small depos
itors. Later the report that the Com
mercial Hank had closed was prema
ture. It has only stopped the pay
ment of large cheeks.
CHICAGO, Oot 3.—One of the morn
ing papers states that a Chinese gam
bling house is iv existence here. The
number of Chinese now in this city is
OALVESTOX. Oct. 2. —The town aj
Lampas was inundated Q£ Saturday
last by a sudden rise \\\ \\w creek that
flows l!"■"!;*!; the place. The water
ran so swiftly that some twenty bouses
cs were carried away, including tne
Postoflice and its contents, and two
stores and their contents. Six persons
Motrins, Oct. 2.—There were 41
interments to-day. Twenty-seven
were from yellow fever. The Citizens'
Committee has issued an appeal to all
charitable people in the country to
aid them to hire nurses, to bury the
dead and to shelter the orphans. Con
tributions may be sent by telegraph
to Mayor Johnson.
TOLEDO, Oct. 2.—A fire this morn
ing destroyed Osborne, Chase & Co.'s
picture frame factory, the Toledo
Pump Co.'s factory and Russell &
Thayer's Novelty works. Loss, 866,080;
LONDON, Oct. 3.—The Timet this
morning, in an editorial retrospect of
late American financial panics, says:
"The corruption and dishonesty
which has marked the later character
istic management of some of the
greatest undertakings In America have
induced a chronic nervousness which
is momentarly liable to become acute.
Even Americans are not all smart
men if daring speculators. Ganger
has disappeared for tlie present, but
political and linaiicial causes are liable
to reproduce it at any time. A country
with an immense tield for enterprise,
and comparatively a limited capital is
always liable to panics. Improvements
made iv western communication are
most useful ami profitable, but may
cause further trouble. The entire
blame of the disaster rests upon the
unsound monetary system of the coun
Pakis, Oct. 3.—Thiers having been
notified by telegraph to-day of impend
ing political movements in France
and that his presence is much desired
here, started for the city. He arrived
this evening and stated that Count de
Chambord will arrive at Geneva from
Frohsdorf on the 4th inst.
London, Oct. 3.—A chimney 260
feet high at North Elect fell to-day
killing five persons, and maiming
about a dozen others.
Paris, Oct. 3.—The city is full of
conflicting rumors to-day relative to
the Political situation, and much ex
citement is caused by the report that
the Permanent Committee of the As
sembly would order that hotly to meet
on the 13th inst.
IjONDON, October 4. —There is a re
ported failure of the crops in Hungary.
A famine is predicted.
Paris, October 4.—The Republicans
are taking active measures to resist
the schemes of the monarchists.
London, Oct. 3. —776,000 dollars in
bullion was shipped from Liverpool
for New York yesterday and $480,000
for Montreal. A dispatch from Carta
gena says that the insurgents' frigates
were not injured during the bombard
meat of Alcalde. No one on board
was killed. They are taking in coal
and making preparations to attack Va
lencia. Tlie Spanish government has
issued orders (requiring all vesnels
which have arrived at ports in Spain
from Liverpool to undergo quarantine.
Governor Stanford certainly has rea
son to be proud of his horse. He has
not only beaten the fastest time ever
made in this State, but has equaled
the fastest time ever made by a trot
ting horse, that being the time made
by Goldsmith Maid ut Boston, Massa
chusetts. (Jeorge Tennant, the driver
of Occident, is n very young man, and
bus had little experience in driving
in races, never having driven but five.
Ih' has been In the employ of E. H.
Miller, Jr., ami Governor Stanford for
sometime, but only commenced hand
ling Occident a few months ago.
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS.
San FitANcisio, Oct. 8,
The following passengers sailed this
morning, for San Pedro, on tlie steam
F. H. Piit/.mun, Wohlman,
MissT. EVans, Miss It. Kvaiis, Miss
li. Evans, Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs.
Gaskell, Miss Mary U Gird, J. 11. Mc
(■ ready, Mrs. F. tiirurd, Mrs. Wilson
and two children, Rev. J. Gerald.
Miss M. J. Cottin, Mrs. O'ltiloy and
child, J. ('oilman, 11. McPhcrson,
ltobt. Bevtl), Miss Nellie Nelson. Rev.
W. T. Lucky, W. S. Lucky, A. W.
Dana, wife, servant and two children;
('. A. Luke, wife and sou; 11. It. Gird,
W. Goldstein, Geo. Henderson, wife
and child; Mrs. Irvine, Mis. Jas. Cor
vvin, .1. Schlesingef, I. Yorba and son,
t'. Dewing, .1. M. Bryan, S. Colin, A.
Dewing, wife and child; .1. L. Vincent,
W. T. Clapp, H. 1). Webster, W. H.
Moran, Mrs. W. O'Warren, tl. W.
Woli. wife and child, S. W. Taylor,
G, W. Newson, Chas. Cawlin.
Santa Barbara—A. Polham, Math
cw Hefty, Rev. it. Bently, Oeo.
Temps, Mrs. Wedekind, two children
and two infants, W. .1. Harris, James
Simpson, J. C. Nulling, A. E. Chase,
A. t). Porter, wife and two children;
P. M. Dreen, wife and child; Mrs. J. A.
Rich und infant.
San Diego— P. E. Boott, ('. E. J.
While, wile anil infant; It. E. Moore,
D. E. Philips.
Roht. Burke) policeman, committed
suicide last night hy shooting himself
through the head with a pistol.
A hoy eight years of age has been
arrested for setting tire to seven build
ings in the city at different times, just
to hear bells ring uud see firemen run.
Mary O'Neill a little girl living
with ber parents, was badly burned
yesterday. She died last night. She
set fire to her clothing with some
A wealthy gentleman of this city
will within • few weeks establish a
technical school for boys on purpose
to teach the in to work wood and met
The case of Capt. ('larke, of tbe ship
Sunshine, is still before the U. S. grand
Capt. Clarke has been released on
bail. Tbe Post advises a vigilance
committee to be formed in order to
meet out justice to the Capt., should
he not be convicted.
An effort litis heen made to get the
notorious George H oge out OU v ha
beas corpus, and a man named Tagle
arrested lor robbery, but the applica
tion was denied.
The demurrer in the ease of the
People V», Marks, the Labor Commis
sioner, indicted for embezzlement,
was argued to-day and submitted to
the Judge of the Municipal court, for
decision. The principal objection was
that its indictments do not charge that
the defendant was in the employ of
the State at the time of the alleged
In the case of the contested election
between Hubert and Bauer for City
Treasurer, Judge Stanley rendered his
decision to-day ordering the recount
Ah Chin SIU-y (President) Neng
Ytihgl'o., and Chlej I nspector of six
Chinese companies died on Thursday
night, after an illness of two days,
and was buried with great pomp and
display this afternoon,
There wore 77 deal lis ill this oltV
during the week.
The Eureka Gold Mining Company
declared a dividend amounting to $40,
--(MK) payable next Tuesday.
Joseph Lindscy sued Sheriff Adams
to recover £4000' the amount of reward
offered for recapture of the Rrotherton
brothers when they broke jail. He
says that the Sheriff knew nothing of
the whereabouts of the forgers till he
told where they were concealed.
The V. S. Grand Jury has indicted
Capt. Clark of the ship Sunrise, and
his mates Harris and Maloney. The
latter has not yet been found.
The wife of Wm. Ouiinans and four
children were out on the Cliff House
road this evening in a earriuge when
the horses took fright and runaway
The occupants of the carriage were all
thrown out. A little girl only (I years
of age had her arm dislocated at the
shoulder. Mrs. Guiinans hud her arm
broken. The rest were badly bruised.
Tlie Fnte ul' the Modoc*—capt alu Jack
mill a niiiiiber of tils Murderous Con
federates f:\ceiiteJ-The Sentence Of
two Commuted to Imprisonment.
Sax Francisco, Oct. 4th.
The following is a report of the exe
cution at Fort Klamoth yesterday, of
Jack ami his band. Boston Charley
and Black Jim were led ou the scaffold
first, and Seonchin next. They mount
ed with apparent indifference and iron
nerve, having evidently resolved to
die as brave as they have lived. Jack
went easily up the stairway, hut look
ed wretched and miserable. His fet
ters hud been struck off, but his arms
were securely pinioned with cords.
At 9:45 a. m., Interpreter* Capt. 0. C.
Applcgute and David Hill, explained
to the culprits the nature of the order
to be read to them by the Adjutant,
and at 10 a.m. Adjutant Kingsbury
read the orders promulgating the sen
tence of the Commission, and the Pres
idents order therein, with the orders of
the Secretary of War, and tlie Deputy
Commander in the premises. Tlie
two reprieved prisoners, linrnacho
and Slolux, stood on the ground in
front of the scaffold, shackled aud un
der guard. During the reading tlie
prisoned victims were seated on the
platform of the scaffold, with their
feet on the drop listening anxiously,
but not uuderstaning a word. The
reading occupied ten minutes, then
the Adjutant rend an order of commu
tation In the case of Barnaoho and
Slolux. They were taken to the guard
house. The Chaplain offered a prayer
for the souls of the culprits, which was
listened to attentively. At 10:15 the
nooses were placed around their necks,
under the direction of Capt. Hoge. It
was necessary to cut off some of Capt.
Jack's long hair which was iv the way
of the rope. Captain Hoge then bid
farewell to the prisoners and black
caps were placed over the heads of all
the culprits. At 10:20 they stood on
the drop, the ro]»e was cut by an assis
tant at the signal made by Capt.
Hoge with a handkerchief, und the
bodies swung round and round. Jack
aud Jim apparently died easily, but
Boston and Sehonchin suffered terri
blecouvulsions. They repeatedly drew
up their legs, but the others seemed to
die almost instantly. As the drop fell
with a terribly deadly thug, a half
smothered cry of horror went up from
the crowd of over 500 Klamath Indi
ans, who witnessed the awful specta
cle. >Vails of tleep aud bitter nnguish
went up from the stockade where the
wives and children of the condemned
had a fair view of the scene. Coffins,
six in number, had been placed di
rectly in the rear of the gallows, rwo
of them destined to be Unoccupied, as
the order committing the sentence of
Baraacho and Slolux only arrived at
10:20 lust evening, and preparations
hud been made for them likewise.
Tlie following is the passenger list
by the steamer Ventura,for Santa iiur
R. Brilsomman and wife, P. Gaff-
Bay, Mrs. A. Rothman and three child
ren, Miss O'Connel, Dr. O'Connel,
Henry T. Hobart. A Dayman and
wife, Chas (i. Hails Mrs. Richard
Hail, MissAhhic and Mary Hails, E.
M. Hoit and wife, Miss Km ma
Charleswort h, Miss Lizzie Visoher,
Mrs. S. D. Higgins, Mrs. A. M. Pen
net, A. W. McConnell, E. o. Helnon,
Geo Albert, W. Hendrlck and wife,
Chas (i. Heidrick, J. T. Terry, wife
and child, J. C. Terry, David Splain
Irt hitter Miner and wife, Wm. Smith,
W. B. Horton, Mrs. M. F. Honian,
Mrs. m. B. Thompson, Herman
Bohell, Jimmy Conness, Geo. Ferral,
G. H. Stockton, R. Agaii, A Win
To San Buenaventura—W, W.
Sparks, Mrs. L. Hanstcad, .Mrs. R. R.
Hall, c. s. Prebbie, Jas. Montgom
ery, Miss McGlinchey.
England's ATTITUDE. —England*!
attitude toward Spain is very clearly
defined. She has made a declaration
of her policy by seising the insurgents
vessels and holding them until they
can be delivered safely to the Republi
can Government. We suppose her
policy is approved by the other great
powers, for none of them will make
any sort of protest to her action.—
TjM'RNISHKI) OB rNFFBNISH
-A BD—Two rooms In one oftbamtiMl picas
ant localities in tin' city, within three minute*
Walk ol the I'ost.oltiee. Impure ill tlie ollice
of the Hmialp. ooWf
I>INON VALLEY MINING CO.
A meeting ot tic Rtookholden in tin
above company will be held on MONDAY
KVKSIMI, October tit ti, ut 7 o'clock, in the
office of Dr. Gk letch. O. M. POTTER,
FARMERS & MERCHANTS
B JL IS I£
OF hOS ANIiI'.I.KS.
JOHN ti. DOWNKV PUKSIDKNT
1. \v. HELLMAN Cashier
Exchange lor Rule on
Mini rrancWeo, Vcw York,
Kriiukl'wrl. Parli nud
Receives Deposits nnd Issues its crtillciitcs.
Buys unci sells Legal Tenders, Government,
State, ('ounty ami City Kotlds. Will also pay
the burliest price lor »fold and Silver Bullion.
I'Yoni and alter this date, on all money*
left as tciin deposits, Intercut will to allowed.
Los Angles, .Inly 1, 1871. UC'J-IUI
WK. WORKMAN. I. I. P. TkMl'l.l:.
TCMDI C AY WAOIfMAN.
TEMPLE Hl.i>i'K, UOm ANOKLfCN,
Receive ls-posits, issue their I'ertillcates and
OENEKAI. ItAVHIVt. UIMNKS*.
DRAW Oft THE LONDON AN3 SAN FSANCISCfI SANK [LIMITED],
AT SAN FSANCISCO.
Exchange for sale on
New "V'oi-lf, IJuinlmcir.
LoadMi Jt.'clin uml
Legal Ten.bus, linllloil, Hold liust and Uov
erunient,Slate,County and* ity Bond* bought
and Sold. Receive valuables lor sale keep
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FOB IIINTKIt r Jl OUE.
andrkw (ii.AssKLLis hereby announced
us a candidate tor the utHce of Dim trie! Judge
of the Seventeenth Judicial District, at tlie ju
dicial election ill October.
Y. SEPI.'LVEDA is announced as a Blind i
date tor the otticc ol' District Judge of the 17lh
Judicial DistricL__ ___
I'lMI t OI.NTV Jl DUG.
11. K. S. D'MKLYKNY Is 11 candidate lor
County Judge of Los Angehti county, at the
A. A. WILSON Is n candiilntc forth" ollice.
ot 1 'ounty Judge ut the October election.
roit ji stick or THK PiMt'i:.
W, C. lIOLMAX is a candidate lor Justice
of the Peace of Lot Angeles Township, at the
ensuing Judicial Election.
J. J. AYKRS will !*• a candidate tor Justice
of the Peace, for this Township, at thccnstiing
JOHN TRAITORD will tog candidate lor
re-election lo Ihe office of Justice of lhe Peace
forl.oN Angeles Towship, al the October elec
| Wants published at the rule oi%)i cents per
line liireneh insertion, or In cents per Hue aa
three insertions. No advertisement under
this head taken lor less than £»cents.]
TjHH'ND—A BING-THE OWNER
X can have the .sainc by proving properly
and paying for this advertisement. Apply al
the Post-olllce. oct-ll
WANTED— SKVEBAL GAY
HOARDERS can find good ae. o .11110
-dalionsat .MRS. HACK M AN's, spring street,
near Flint, ___ tXOlf
suited to 11 small family, and not more
than one mile from the court-house. Address
H. C, IIKMAI.D ortlce, stating price and loca
WANTED— TWO OB TUBE 10
DAY III) \lt DM lis can be neeoinmo
ila ied with tlrst-class board al COL. PKKL'M.
J. L. WARD & CO.
OFFER FOB SALE TO THE
TRADE, TO ARRIVE)
THOS. EMERY A SONS' CANDLES, I*oll
SWAN BREW ERY ALE A PORTEIt, Ojaarla
RUR YEA'S SATIN GLOSS AND CORN
ST A Rt' IL Ink >ts to suit. oc2-1 w
YOU CAN BUY FIRST
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Just arrived dlrcd from the East.
We are determined to make one GRAND
CLEAKING HALE, and oiler our huge stock,
commencing the season, at IH cents on the
Dollar, at No. 1 Spring street.
_ MRS. J. E. SMALL.
WA NTEI) -1 N ALL NEIGH
BORING TOWNS, a |OQd local can
vasser and eofrcspondent for the 1 Inn A 1.1).
For Sale Very Cheap.
T OTS, BOTH IMPROVED AND
J J unimproved, In the business portion and
suburbs of the city. Apply to
oe.Hin M. WHALING, Attorney.
The Weekly Herald
Tlie Hsme IHk©
An,) nontaiu only
Three Columns of Advertisements!
LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN!
$4 PER ANNUM !
NINTH BTIt E ET, BETWEEN
Qnuwhopper unit Qrittll streets,
UcntleiuciiN, lIOTKL AND HKNTAITRANT
WASIIINii don* on reasonable terms.
PKARIi BKTTONS sewed on, anil orillnury
MENDINtJ ilone. Washing culled lor aiul de
livered, KItKK OK CHARGE.
«#»' Order slate at llroderlck's Book Htore.
oeMjnlp I h. o-nkil.
CARPET WARE HOUSE COLUMN
—Of I'll X -
Richest and Newest Patterns!
IN EVERY STYLE.
(>l vailed Mid I'hnii-i'Kt lines.
The Carpet Warehouse
Monday. October 6th, 1873,
TO THK -
i* it iz m isi:s
Lately occupied LyJ. 11. WbiuHTA ('»».
riiis wagfiiAoeiil atore h.is been ei.thviy
1* El><) V ATl]l)
A XI LL LINK OK TIIK
RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS
IN ALL ITH lIHANCHKK
Rugs and Mats.
Plain and Striped Reps
AARON SMITH, \