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And they came to Him, mothers of Judah,
Dark-eyed, and In splendor of hair,
Bearing down over shoulders of beauty,
And bosoms half hidden, half bare;
And they brought him their babes and be
Half kneeling, with suppliantalr,
To bless the bmwn cherubs they brought Him,
With holy bunds laid In their hair.
Then reaching His hands, He said, lowly,
"Of such Is my kingdom;" and then
Took the brown little babes In the holy
White hands ofthe Savior of men;
Held them close to His heart and caress M
Put his face down to theirs as in prayer,
Put their hands to His neck, nnd so bless'd
With baby hands hid iv His hair.
WHAT MEN NEED WIVES FOR.
What does a man need a wife for?
It is not merely to sweep the house,
make the beds,* and darn the socks,
and cook the meals chiefly that a
man wants a wife. If this is all,
when a young man calls to see a
lady, send him into the pantry to taste
the bread and cake she has made; send
him to inspect the needle-work and
bed-making; or put a broom into her
hands and send him to witness its use.
Such things are important, and the
wise young men will quietly look after
them. Rut what the true man next
wants of a wife is her companionship,
sympathy and love. The way of life
lias a good many dreary places in it,
and man needs a companion to go with
hi in. A man is sometime overtaken
with misfortune; he meets with fail
ure and defeat; trials and temptations
beset him; and he needs one to stand
by and sympathize. He has some
stern battles to fight with poverty,
with enemies, and with sin, and he
needs a woman, that, when he puts
his arm around her and feels that he
has something to fight for, will help
him fight; that would put her lips to
his ear and whisper words of counsel,
and her hand to his heart and impart
new inspirations. All through life,
through storm and through sunshine,
conflict and victory, and through ad
verse and favoring winds, man needs
a woman's love, the heart yearns for
it. A sister's or a mother's love will
hardly supply the need. Yet many
seek for nothing further than success
in housework. Justly enough half of
these get nothing more. The other
half, surprised beyond measure, have
gotten more than they sought. Their
wives surprise them by bringing a
nobler idea of marriage and disclosing
a treasury of courage sympathy and
DEATH OF A PROMINENT MEXICAN.
We have to record this week the
death and burial of Jose Rodriguez, a
well known citizen of Santa Rarbara.
In the death of Sefior Rodriguez the
Spanish population of Santa Rarbara
have sustained a public loss. He was
highly esteemed as a scholar, being
versed in various sciences and con
versing fluently in live different lan
guages, and for many generous quali
ties of the heart he was universally
beloved in the circle of his acquaint
ance. When fourteen years of age tie
was sent to Rome to be educated and
remained there eight years, when he
returned to this country. He lived in
San Francisco, where he represented
D. Danglada In the firm of Raron &
Co., controlling a wealth amounting
to more than half a million of dollars.
His abilities as an engineer and a fond
ness for more active life led him to
abandon this position and take charge
of the surveying and location of the
railroad between Vera Cruz and the
City of Mexico. Subsequently he be
came a resident of Santa Rarbara and
was the agent of Don Schappa Pietra.
When the call was made upon Califor
nia for soldiers during the late war,
Sefior Rodriguez volunteered in the
company commanded by Captain De
la Guerra, and served as a noncom
missioned officer during that compa
ny'scampaign in Arizona. His family,
who do not reside here, are in affluent
circumstances, and it seems would
have shared with him their ease and
comfort rather than have him engage
in a life of business; but Don Rodri
guez declined to yield up his inde
pendence. His life was an eventful
one, but brief. He was but forty-six
years of age at the time of his passing
away. His body was buried Monday,
and was attended to the grave by a
large concourse of friends. —[Santa
The Freedom of Good Rreedino.
—Perhaps it is the highest test of good
breeding to be able to accept and bear
an unusual load of obligation without
allowing the friend who confers the
favor to think you feel over-burdened.
111-bred people, who are ill at ease in
their company manners, generally
meet all proffered courtesies at first as
though they could on no account think
of accepting them. Thus when the
gentleman who carves the chicken
asks you which bit you prefer, believe
that he asks you becaute he would be
pleased to know, aud tell him, instead
of saying what is obviously a what
d'-ye-call-it, that it makes not the
slightest difference; and when the la
dy at the other end of the table prof
fers you a second piece of pie, if you
want it, say so. It is the least com
pliment yon can pay for giving you a
seat at her table. Don't keep on, in
the old New England fashion, of say
ing "No," with a tone and glance
wiiich convey the unmistakable gloss,
"Yes, but I want a little urging."
What is the greatest feat in the eat
ing way ever known? That recorded
of a man who commenced by bolting a
door, after which he threw up a win
dow, and then sat down and swallowed
a whole story.
H. SCHNELLE'S BARBER SHOP,
NEXT TO GATES & NOYES' AND
under the "Express" office, TEMPLE
Ab he has the test available assistants
to be procured in the State,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
WillTbe performed in the best style of the ton
sorlal art. no2-lm
TON SO RIAL PALACE
PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Shaving and Bathing Emporium. No. 78
Main street no2tl-lp
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
SHAMPOOING, BATHS, Etc.
This establishment has Just been refitted,
and, after having engaged the best Barbers in
the city, I respectfully solicit custom from all
who want work executed In the best style.
Makes the BATHING BUSINESS a special
ty, and has the finest set of Bath Rooms In the
city, mtr Under the Bella I'nlon. no2-linlp
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
Main St.. Near Pico House.
ANZAR&CO., - - Prorrietors.
First-Class Horses Buggies & Carriages
Stock Hour.led on Moderate Terms.
WAX. U. NICHOLS Mnmi»er.
SALE. FEED & LIVERY STABLE,
JH. JONES, PROPRIETOR,
• CORNER FIFTH ANDSPHING STS.
Grain. Hay and all kinds of Fresh Feed
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Large Clean Corrals and Stables,
With City Water Throughout.
&S-HORSES, MULES, WAGONS nnd CAR
RIAGES bought und sold, und Horses and
Carriages to let by the day or week.
Teamsters accommodated ns usual on the
most liberal terms. no7-lmlp
ALISO FEED & SALE STABLE
JF. RAMIREZ, PROPRIETOR.
• COR. ALAMEDA & ALISO STS.
Adjoining M. Keller's.
GRAIN, HAY & FEED
always on hnnd.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, etc
bought and sold. oc7~lptf
Campbells New Stables.
HORSES BOARDED AY—.
■OWEBy the Day, Week or Month.
BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES
FOR SALE OR HIRE,
THE BEST OF FEED
OCMmlpl CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD,
The first of October, The Los Axgei.es Hek
ald, a dally und weekly newspaper, will
make its appearance. The Daily will be a
neat und tastily printed seven-colnmn news
paper, newsy rather than literary in charac
ter. The Weekly will be a six-column, eight
page paper, and will contain the most impor
tant matter that has previously appeared In
The Daily Hekald.
It Is proposed that the Herald shall lie M
unbought advocate of every interest pertain
ing to Southern California und Arizona, and
a zealous worker in all things that shall tend
to benefit the State. In a word It will be in
close communion with the People. In Its col
umns, from time to time will be found mat
ters of Interest to the California Farmer, Me
chanic, Merchant, Lnliorer, and all classes of
Producers; and it will also contain reading
matter suited to the Home Circle.
The Hekald will be an Independent Demo
cratic journal and its efforts directed to sweep
Ing from power and place those now misman
aging theafluirsofthe Nation. Forthenccom
plishmentofthisend, It will hall with satisfac
tion the co-operation ofthe membcrsof nil Uni
ties, believing that the prosperity, perhnps
safety, of the Nation depends upon the success
of v movement of this character. It is " reform
now or revolution hereafter."
The Herald will auvoeate State Rights and
oppose Centralization; it will encourage White
and oppose Coolie Immigratien. It will favor
Free Trade, and oppose Protective Turin"; It
will advocate a Greenback Currency for Call
fornlu, and oppose the present dwarfing und
deadening policy which upholds the present
ruinous rates of interest and shuts out Eastern
capital. It will udvocatethe People and op
pose Monopolies, no matter what guise they
While the Herald will treat Slavery as a
dead Issue, it will earnestly advocate the
right of every State'be it Northern or South
ern— Massachusetts or South Carolina—to gov
ern itself in accordance with the wishes of Its
people, and the dictates ofthe Federal Con
stitution, without national Interference.
The Hekald will opppse thieving and pecu
lation. No man rightly owns a dollar until
he eurns It. Every dollar which is taken
from ttie public treasury or private purse
without a Just return is robbery, and lie who
takes this money is a thief. Believing this,
the Herald will oppose salary steals, custom
steals, land steals, railroad steals, and every
kind of steals.
Each day, the fullest Foreign and Domestic
Telegrams will be published. The aim will
be to supply, In tills part of the State, the de
mand heretofore filled by the San Francisco
dailies. No trouble or expense will be spared
to make the Herald, in this respect,equal to
any newspaper on the Coast. It will ulso con
tain a full Review of the Local and Foreign
Markets, and the Trades generally, honestly
and carefully compiled.
Delivered by Carriers, per month ? 1 00
" " " per year 10 (H)
By Mail or Express, " 10 uo
By Mail or Express, per year 84 00
" " " per quarter 100
The Riverside Colony!
PERSONS IN SEARCH OF A
HEALTHFUL LOCATION, fur from
the fogs and damp winds of the const, should
not fail to visit the COLONY OF RIVER
SIDE. Theclimuteof this location is
The Heist in the Ml Ate for Those
Afflicted with Lung or
Those wishing to engage in the cultivation
of VINES AND SEMI-TROPICAL FRUITS,
will find here one ofthe
Very Best Places in Southern California
for that purpose, it being unsurpassed in
CLIMATE, SOIL, AND ABUNDANCE OF WATER.
A limited number oITNVALIDH will find
good accommodations for the winter ut the
hotel und in private families.
On and after the first of January, 1871, a
Daily Line of Carriages
will connect Riverside with the railroad ter
minus, so tliat passengers "from Los Angeles
can reach Riverside within a few hours.
J. W. NORTH,
President.Southern Cal. Colony Assoelat'n.
Riverside, Oct. 27,1873. orggmgpj
Important to Winemakers
THE UNDERSIGNED REG TO
Inform producers of wine that they can
Since at their disposal a machine, patented
larch 11,187.1, for
by which means the taste of newness and all
acidity Is destroyed, and the wines preserved
without future chunge. The process at once
MAKES IT LIKE A THREE-YEAR OLD WINE, und
destroys the germs of fermentation.
»<*- Friee, per Clallon. TWO cents, -(.u
M. A. LUQ.ITET & CO., Los Angeles.
B. BKRTUON. F. V. C. MONDRAN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
IMPORT THE PUREST and REST
Havana Cigars, und keep on hund
Chewing nnd Mmoking Tobacco
Pipes, Cigarrltos and Fancy Articles.
Main St., next door to W. F. m Co's Express.
Everybody knows the old Man
BANK EXCHANGE RILLIARD
SALOON, run by F. BIGNORET.
Customers received by the old man himself,
who has been ln attendance since 18l». He
welcomes all his old customers and pleases
the new ones.
The BEST BARBER SHOP In the city Is
with this establishment. Clean towels, care
ful employees. nos-lm
S» Tho Race of Time Keepers.
HARPER & DALTON,
WHOLESALE AFD RETAIL DEALERS IX
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
HABPKR * DALTON KKEP THE LARGEST
STOCK lIV JLOS ANGELES OF THE
3IOST VARIED GOODS.
EVERY KIND OF
1 lousoliold l^iii'iiitiiro,
PLUMBING, ROOFING GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS
PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED AT LOW RATES.
Remember kite Addra—i
NO. HI MAIN STREET, iDowney's Block I.OS AN GF.I.KS
AGECY OF THE HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.
BRODRICK & CO.
(ADJOINING THE POST-OFFICE, LOB ANGELES j,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT .OF
Office Stationery *V School Hooks.
Miscellaneous Books not in stock promptly Furnished
at Publishers' Prices.
DEALERS IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SHEET MUSIC.
[for Stcimvay Pianos mid
NEW PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED.
E. H. WORKMAN. WM, 11. WORKMAN.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS,
lADDLERY WARE, Eto.
A OOOD ASSORTMENT OF
Ln<lieH' and Gentlemen** Tm veliiifg lltt«c**< Sntel»el»
uikl VnliiseM on Iltiml.
FINE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, STAGE AND TEAM HARNESS AND SADDLES
OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, CONSTANTLY ON HANI).
WE ARE PRE PARED XO OFFER GREAT lIV
DUCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS.
trnJ" REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
Come and see us at tbe sign of the RIG HORSE, 70 MAIN STREET, LOS
633 nml 635 Clay street, San Francisco, and 101 First street, Portland, Oregon,
AGENT FOR STEINWAY'S IGRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS,
For tin- whole Pacific Coast.
Also Agent for the BURDETT ORGAN, the BHONINOER ORGAN, HAINES PIANO,
the Treble firldge Oulld, Church Square, KItANICH A BACH, ERNEST OABLER and
K<ENISCH UPRIGHT PIANO. sjta-The ONLY Music Publishing House on the Pacific
Coast.-w BR ASH AND STRING INSTRUMENTS, of the finest quality and lone.
Music mailed on receipt of marked price.
United States Hotel,
L.OS ANGELES, Cal.
The largest and most commodious Hotel
south of San Francisco.
TH E ITNDERS IG NED IiEQ
leave to Inform the traveling public thai
they have leased this WELL-KNOWN HO
TEL, and from their experience can truly say
that iikkk permanent and transient boarders
will lind a HOME.
FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES
We have suites of Rooms at moderate prices.
Tbe extensive acquaintance we have lormcd
o-roughout the State with the
is a sufficient gunntntee that this House will
always be their FAVORITE RESORT, and we
shall endeavor to maintain our reputation by
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
for our table, nnd the CHOICEST wINKS
AND LIQUORS for our bar.;
We have all Spring Beds at this Hotel.
Our terms are moderate. Call and see
us.-«i HAM ME L AND DENK KR.
MAIN NTKKKL LOS ANOELES.
rpHIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
-A. hotel, lonnerly known ns the "Bella
Union," has been enlarged, refitted, painted,
and refurnished in the
RICHEST STYLE THROUGHOUT.
Its KI.KOANT sfitrs op rooms and ample ac
commodations offer special advantages to lo
cal as well as to eastern visitors.
The Table is not to be Surpassed
out of San Francisco, and Is constantly sup
plied with the choicest delicacies. Nothing
will be left undone to render the house replete
with nil the luxuries, conveniences ami ap
pliances of a
The Western Union Telegraph Olllcesconi
munlcule with the reading room.
The Hotel Carriages are constantly at the
disposal of guests.
J. M. STAPLES m CO.
W. L. Ustick, Mannger. novitf
New r J?lirong:lioiit
THE PROPRIETOR DESIRES TO
inform the traveling public that this well
known house has been
RENOVATED AND REBUILT
and now oilers accommodations equal if not
superior to any other house in Ix>s Angeles. ~
SINGLE ROOMS, OR ROOMS EN BUTTE.
The Eating Department
will be conducted with especial carej
LOW ANGELES, CAL.
piRST CLASS HOTEL,
FOR TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS.
Centrally Located—Frontage on
The BEST Table.
The BEST Rooms,
The BEST .Accommodations.
0c23-lmlp CHAS. KNOWLTON. Prop'r.
THE BEST! THE BEST!
A II EAD!
HIGHEST PREMIUM FOR SEW
ING AT THE VIENNA EXPOSITION.
Gold Medal and Cross of the Legion
of Honor at Paris Exhibition.
The Wilson of Cleveland Received a
Medal of Merit Only.
OUR NEW IMPROVED MACHINE
Stands without a rivai, nnd should And its
wuy Into every family. It has reached the
highest state of perfection of the Sewing Ma
chine yet produced, and Its sales are constant
ly.increasing throughout the world.
140 Sold in Los Angeles County
IN ONE YEAR.
Second hand Machines
;OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Sold Cheap for Cash, and Repaired.
The Howe Machine Co's Sewing Ma
chines have become celebrated the world
over. The work done on these machines is un
surpassed—sewing the thinnest material and
ihe heaviest goods with equal facility, and re
quiring no extra adjusting for uneven thick
ness orjnissing over seams.
The Attachments for Hemming, Felling,
Braiding, Cording, Quilting, Tucking, Minding
and Gathering are ofthe latest improved pul
tesns, and are superior to those used on any
The HOWE MACHINES are the STRONG
EST nnd SIMPLEST, and seldom or never
give any trouble In operating. They are the
oldest established in the world (Mr. Howe
being the original Inventor), und are in ad
vance of all others ln improvements and per
fection of mechanism.
Agent for Southern California,
1« COMMERCIAL ET. oggssj
LOS ANGELES WOOD YARD.
ALAMEDA STREET, OPPOSITE
Griffith, Lynch A Co's Lumber Yard. i
DRY WOOD always on hand, and sold at the
Lowest Oasis Rates, ,
and delivered to any part of the city. FULL I
MEASUREMENT guaranteed every time.
Orders left, at the principal grocery stores, or
at the yard, promptly attended to. ocltimlpl
DOTTER & BRADLEY,
[SUCCESSORS TO DOTTER <v LORD,)
NO. 86 MAIN STREET,
Have a Better Assortment than Ever!
NEW vV>l> CHOICE GOODi
X*rtcs€»ei Klill Hedueecl
Rleganl Parlor Furniture made to order to null taste ol purchaser, at Ham FRAWttco
pricks, and more durable work gnuranteed.
Superb Walnut, Laurel nnd Mahogany Bod- ootn suits at remarkably low rate*.
Also, ('(million nnd Medium Furniture, Of UOW nnd novel designs, at prices to correspond.
No second hum! Goods handled by this firm in any shape. No misrepresentation allowed.
Fine Spring Mattresses a specially. Great variety of Wall Paper, Window Shades, Lace
and Nottingham Curtains, Cornices, etc., etc. Muslu Stands, Piano stools and Piano Covers
at less than san Francisco prices. Elaborate Draperies lurnished, of any design, drawings of
which may he seen on application, only House in the city who have ii wagon ksi-kciai I V
hiiiit for the safe ami enretul moving of Furniture, o is delivered nnywliere within tin' eitv
limits, ran ok charue.
SOLE AGENTS for TUB NEW AND COMPLETE SUBSTITUTE FOR PLASTERING.
Agentstorthe Improved and the NEW LOCK-STITCH UROVER * BAKEU SEWINd
Some nkw styles may now he seen never be lore Introduced,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING,
Rugs, Mats, Etc.
WE Wil.l. 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 samples ol
TAPESTRY AND BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS, FOR THE FALL TRADE,
•ll 'ST It KCEI VKI >.
Carpeta, >I sitfcinflr, Oil Cloth, Etc..,
MATCHED AND LAID DOWN.
Tapestries Cut and Made to Order.
WITH DOTTER & BRADLEY, No. 8G Main Street.
Sign of the Big Red Rocker, 86 Main Street, Los Angeles.
No. 8 Commercial Street.
OOOjD O OLD OOOHS!
Gorgeously Grand Gems!
Rubies, Emeralds, Sapphires,
Garnets, Opals, Onyx,
Amethysts, Topaz, Turquoise.
A FUEL LINE OF
Gold, Silver and Platina, Swiss, English and American Stop
Watches—Stem and Key Winders;
IDODAL SKI'S, NECKLACES AND LOCKETS.
RINGS, BREASTPINS, STUDS AND BUTTONS,
Gipsy Rings, Wedding Rings, Spectacles, Eye Classes,
Single a d Double;
EIGHT DAY CLOCKS AND REGULATORS, OF EVERY MAKE &, STYLE.
Tne Best Display of Elegant Jewellry in Southern California!
OekT All known Jewels set to order, in the Latest Styles. *%s«
H. S. CROCKER & CO.
PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
■10l mid lO.'t SnnsomcStrecl,
TIIK MOST COMPLETE
Book and Job Printing Establishment
ON THE PACIFIC COAST,
Utt. Orders from the country promptly tilled.
Importers nnd dealers in
News, Book and Bill Head Paper, Etc.,
Htiitioncry, llliuili Itoolos.
Lcgnl, Letter nnd Note Paper, Envelopes of
every description, Writing and
Copying Inks, Copying Press
es and Hooks, Pencils,
Pens, Etc., Etc.
AS FULL AND COMPLETE AN ASSORT
MENT AS KEPT BY ANY HOUSE
IN THE STATE.
401 & 403 Sansome St., San Francisco.
Nos 43 nnd 44 J street, Sacramento.
f AM. BERGE,
Bill Poster and Distributer.
HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS. Pro
grammes, NOTICES, Etc. faithfully
POSTED OR DISTRIBUTED throughout the
city und country.
N. B.—Parties ut a distance enn send any
thing they wish posted or distributed in (lie
city or surrounding country, with assurance
that the work will be faithfully done.
Orders may be left at the ottlce of the Daily
Hkkai.o. SAM. BERGE,
oc'Mf Los Angeles.
DEPOT AT LOUIB MESMER'S
WiNK CELLAR, underueuth the U.S.
Hotel, wine by the Glaus, Bottle, or Uullon.
All kinds of
Liquors, Wines and Bitters
at wholesale nnd retail.
The public of Los Angeles nre hereby nt ti
lled that no other person In I,os Angeles lut
Louis Mesinerhus wines from the Cocomorgo
lunches. J. L. NANHEVAIN.
Notice to Creditors.
TN THE PROBATE COURT OP
J- tin' County of Angeles, State of Cali
fornia.—Estate Of John Do'rn, deceased. No
lice is hereby given by the undersigned, nd
niinislratrix of said estate, to the creditors of
and all persons havingclulms against the suid
deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within four months after the flint
publication ol this notice, to the said adminis
tratrix, at her residence near the Sisters' Hos
pital, or at the office of her attorneys, Hubbell
& Mtichcll, in Temple's Block, in tne Cllv und
.County of Los Angeles.
MARY JANE DOltN,
Administratrix of the Estate of John Horn,
Dated at Los Angeles, October 30, ls7X
£IHRIS. HENNE, PROPRIETOR
The CLEAREST, PUREST nnd MOST BBIL
-1,1 ANL LAGER BEER South of
Orders for DRAUGHT or BOTTLED BEER
promptly attended to.
The celebrated Reer from this Brewery de
fles competition In the state. OOfrjttPlp
WANTS D —SEVERAL DAY
BOARDERS can find good accommo
dations al MRS. BACK MAN'S, Spring street,
near First. ocStf