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TUESDAY NOV. '24, 1871.
<>SK DOLT.AH per Square often llni's. find
Insertion, iiml i v. n rv-Ki vi: cents par lie
for cue Ii Sttbseauetlt i 11surl.itm.
Tin 1 f.,tlmviui? postal ouahges wanl Into op*
erntlon,July lit, 1871: All publications arc
free of postage lo subscribers In the county In
wlilcb they are published. Hunks and pack
ages of merchandise, lo llio welgiit of four
pounds, can lie sent by mall at the tale of one
cent for every two ounces or fraction OW.
Tied packages may lie entirely enclosed.
Sonic portion of sealed packages must lie
opened for Inspection,,
There were twelve Railing vessels at
Wilmington harbor yesterday.
The Orizaba Is advertised lo sail for
Suit Krnncisoo to-morrow.
The schooner Maggie John 8011 ar
rived at Wilmington Snntltiy.
Mr. Will P. (ioultl is nnnouneed as
a candidate for t'ily Attorney.
The shipments from the Downey
depot yesterday were 213 sacks barley
and 180 sacks earn.
Mr. J. 11. lirieily announces him
self this morning as a candidate for
the ofllce of City Councilman.
Remember the Firemens' ball Conies
offal Turn-Vercin Hall on Thursday
There was ;t considerable fall of rain
at San Fernando about half-past 0
o'clock yesterday morning.
The Ventura sailed for San Francis
co yesterday with thirty-three passen
Mr. Cappe celebrates bis forly-lirst
birth (fay lit the Orient to-day with a
grand lunch. The boys will all be
A special meeting of tbe stockhold
ers ol* the Co-operative Nursery and
Kniit ('ompany is called for Pec. Sth
The Steamer Orizaba arrived at 10
o'clock yesterday morning from Bali
I'Vancisoo, with bill passengers and
:w. r ) tons ol freight,
Workmen yesterday commenced
tin- construction of the new steps
lending UP tA'tffO High School build
ing. They will be a great con ven
ioncc to the teachers and scholars
of I lie school during the wet season.
Mrs. Dr. LarUiu lectured nt(ho Foi l
streel Methodist Church last night for
the benefit of the Sunday School. Tbe
led ure treated of Bible scenery and
was finery illustrated with a magic
A mass meeting of citizens who are
opposed to rings, cliques and corrupt
corporations is called for 8 o'clock this
evening at Sterns' Hall. Tbe object
of the meeting as stated is to nominate
M people's l ci'ol In t ioUot.
Wo have received from tbe author
a copy of Sf.inir-Tropicnl (UtHj'arnin.
It presents a neat, lypygraphioal ap
pearance and appears to be filled
with interesting reading matter rela
tive to Sout hern California. We shall
examine and notice it more fully
A lot of Italians got into a row at
one of the dives on Los Angeles street
Sunday evening und were arraigned
before bis honor, Judge Cray yester
day. They were lined five or ten dol
lars each, according to the demerits of
their conduct and advised to keep the
peaoo hereafter. •
Tbe reception of the "'I. S. Cs" to
morrow evening promises to be a very
enjoyable affair. Tbe attendance will
be somewhat larger than that at tbe
first reception and under the excellent
management of the Club the dunce
will lie conducted in a maimer agreea
ble to all.
Goldsmith has a lot of cigars which
he is selling at $2 50 per bundled.
They are the best quality for the price
that we have ever seen. A new jot
will be in to-morrow which will be
sold live for $\. They are expressly
adapted to the candidates now in the
field and their liienJs. We know of
nobody who tries harder than Gold
smith to please his customers and no
one .succeeds better.
his reported that Mr. A. 11. Krown,
Hie Superintendent of the bridge
building for the Southern Pacific
Company, proceeded toSpadra yester
day, and will examine the country
beyond to San Bernardino, with re
gard to tbe bridges it will require. Mr.
Madden went with him, and material
for tbe construction of bridges ou that
road is already here, and will he for
warded as fast as wanted.
George Simpson, quite a notorious
rough, was arrested here and lodged
in jail last Sunday. lie was a mem
ber of our pick and shovel brigade
some time wince, but effected his es
eapo and went to San Bernardino.
There be was soon arrested again for
house-breaking. After placing him
in irons, Clio ollicevs started with their
charge for Los Angeles. In the neigh
borhood of the Cueamonga Ranch,
however, bo again broke loose, and
divesting himself of bis inconvenient
bracelets, made bis way lo this place
on foot. Here he was soon appre
hended by Officer Harris and arrested,
as slated, last Sunday. It is to be
hoped that the slippery gentleman
will not get through the lingers of the
officers so easily this time and that be
will receive bis deserts in San (|uen
llll, ej
The Wilmington h'vtrrfn-isn in
speaking of tbe harbor improvements
at thatr place ways: Enough has been
done ((.develop tbe most satisfactory
indications, it has been demonstrated
that tbe bottom is favorable for dredg
ing, und that the material is of such a
consistency that tho sides of tho chan
nel will not easily crumble and lill up
the excavation, It is well known
that there arc no streams pulling intb
the buy. Hence I twill Ue readily seen
that When a channel is once made it
Will require but little work to keep it
open. We ore now- thoroughly con
vinced that it is merely a question of
time and a reasonable outlay of mon
ey, to make our projected harbor im
orovcincnls all that is necessary to
meet tho rapidly increasing demands
pjfd'ir rich back country.
Wl\f ' I waawo
A Criticism on the Prlaa l.sxnj.
Kiiirou Hekai.d: Whilst reading
iv a recc/it edition of the Hkkald mi
original composition on " Mind, Soul
and Heart," it struck me tfial the
author had laid herself open toneon*
■iderablo amoinit of criticism Some
of my ideas on the subject I have ven
tured to give below.
To commence til the beginning: "In
former times tbe idea Of suffering w»s
almost invariably connected With au
thorship," etc. That is to say that all
ordinary person trying to realize to
himself the sufferings that people in
former times bad to endure, Would
" almost invariably " have those con
nected with authorship brought before
bis mind. A statement like the above
is simply ridiculous; non-literary peo
ple of whatever class thinking of the
suffering* endured by any people or
class,of people, would (probably In tile
first insiance think of those endured
by some particular sect or class for
Which thai period had been remarka
ble; or, in tiie absence of such partic
ular class or sect, tbeiraltentioii would
probably be drawn to those which,
through the backward slate of civil
ization, people of their own eltiss had
suffered, or If wealthy people, to the
sufferings of the poorer classes. Least
of nil, with the general run of people,
would the Idea of suffering be connect
ed with authorship, for, having no
experience themselves uf what unsuc
cessful Authors suffer and learning
principally of tbe successful ones
through their writings, etc., and know
ing bow large the proportion is of lazy
scribblers to the really meritorious
writers, they would be more inclined
to think the good ones bad earned their
reward and that though some prob
ably bad not met with the success
they deserved, that doubtless the ma
jority bad by a vagabond, good-for
nothing life well deserved the troubles
they may have endured. Why should
tbe idea of suflering be connected more
with authors than with painters, sculp
tors, musical composers, etc., etc.,who
have had probably just as much to
Buffer. The writer goes on to say that
"others were equally impecunious,"
but that these often lacked tbe "re
lined sensibilities which are indispen
sable to writers of lofty sentiments."
Must not painters, sculptors, musical
composers and others have equally
refined sensibilities in order to excel?
Again, it appears that these people of
refined sensibilities sometimes secured
to themselves a ''comfortable exist
ence" by "an advocacy of principles
utterly revolting to their natures."
An author who could so debase bis
talents could not be possessed of very
"refined sensibilities."
"And was not this pain greater than
physical sulfering could be?" Why
then endure this pain of their own
making; these people of "refined sen
sibilities" were not obliged to accept
this "comfortable existence." No
doubt there are many Ordinary people
who would prefer dishonest compe
tence to honest poverty, but then their
sensibilities, I am afraid, would not
be very refined. Tbe writer can have
but a small experience of authorship
to say that now "the world readily
recognizes tbe claims of writers upon
its liberality; and maintains them not
only in comfort but 111 luxury." At
the present day there are, of course,
very many more writers than in
former limes, and consequently oon
;M,lert\ldc iin I- e>t, rtVi-i ~,j>; Cliut
class, and although tbe successful
ones often do live in comfort and lux
ury, still tbe unsuccessful o.hfifl do hot
stand In any bettor position at present
than they did in earlier times.
"Tbe poet ' * * yet allows him
self to become gloomy and morose."
1 think most of us who have read po
etry and the lives of poets must knew
that such is not generally the case.
Again is it not a very strong state
ment to make that "//one have the
nobler, higher attributes so fully de
veloped as those who have been re
lined through wullering?" No doubt
some of those possessing the highest
attributes have an tiered much, but are
there not just as many others equally
gifled who have not gone through any
great amount of suffering*
"—But for the agony of some hapless
creature whose very life blood was
wrung forth drop by drop in its pro
duction." What a number of drops
of life blood aud what agony such
men as Shakspeare, (Jbetbe, Milton,
Schiller, Uyroti and Moore must have
bad! what men of irowmould they must
have been to have lived as Jong as
they individually did through this
drop by drop process! yet the histories
of their lives do not seem to say that
t hey were st ronger than ot her men.
Tbe reading of poetry does not al
ways cause pain as the writer of
''Mind, Soul and Heart" would have
us imagine; in fact I think 1 am jus
tified in saying that pleasure is much
more connected with poetry than
pain, nor is it necessary to have one's
moid in that state of acute and painful
sensitiveness described by tbe author
of "Mind Soul and Heat," in order to
appreciate tbe beauties of any partic
ular poem.
Thinking of something, it often oc
curs to us that we have done or
thought of that particular thing be
fore, and yet we cannot think when
or bow; so the author says, and it is
undoubtedly the case; but why take
it for granted that this thought or
deed should have happened iv some
" former state of existence" ? It is
much more likely that we have
thought of something similar or done
some similaractiona long time before,
probably one not of sufficient impor
tance to stamp itself firmly on our
mind, but just enough to remind us of
it when we again have such a thought
or do a like action. Fven should we
have acted in a similar manner in a
former slate of existence or bad a sim
ilar thought when in that state, is it
not going rather far to say that "prob
ably of all the punishment laid upon
man for bis first disobedience, this is
the most painful" 7
No doubt men in future ages will
see many things which they now see
"as through a glass darkly." Science
is making such wonderful strides,
notably within late years, that such a
prediction may safely be made; but
that all men will then beat "peace
and love," seems day by dtiy more
Tbe author, wo must presume, has
not suffered frord the " inane senti
ment of lackadaisical misses"--she is
above such things; but what proof is
there that that "strong, tender affoe
llou that conies once in v lire," actu
ally exists? 1 am afraid that nine
tenths of the mortals wiih which this
world is peopled have not got minds
strong enough for such a desperate
passion, and that f bat " lackadaisical
sentiment" the author speaks of so
contentptously, more generally takes
its place.
" Deep OS boll, from which il lifts
the heart." Are we to infer, then, that
those unfortunates, those lackadaisical
ones, must always have their hearts
in bell ? Let us hope not.
Your faithful Lavkii..
Mr. Prudent Beaudry.
[Prom Maj. Urn. C Truman's hook, "Heinl-
Tropical < 'aliforn!a."|
Mr. Prudent Reaudry is not a specu
lator. On the contrary, be is a cool
headed, clear-headed man of businuss,
who possesses at once the faculty of
forecasting tbe future to a very con
siderable extent, iv conjunction With
the nerve and the means to back bis
judgment when be makes up bis in I lit!
that an Investment Is likely to be
profitable. Two instances in Ills ca
reer as a real estate dealer go to prove
this. A few years ago lie purchased a
tract of bill land 111 the northeast part
of tbe city, at Sheriffs sale, for s ■ uno
tbing less than $500. He was laughed
at by tbe wiseacres, who asserted their
belief (bat no house would ever be
built on tbe tract, Ho has sold just
about one-third of the tract and real
ized $5,000 for It. There are about
forty residences on the portion sold.
He purchased 111 the neighborhood of
40 acres in the western part of the city
for about $1,600, and has realized $30,*
000 from the sale of lots and hasPelle
vue Terrace left, which might possi
bly be bought for $20,000. The terrace
is a gem of a place, about six and one
half acres in extent, sloping beauti
fully to the west and south, embel
lished with four hundred orange, one
hundred and twenty-live lime and
lemon and seventy-live other fruit
trees, besides a choice collection of
foreign grapes, shrubbery, etd. A
lovelier villa than this "spot can be
Converted Ihth cannot be imagined.
Mr. Beaudry commenced ©poTstions
here when he bad to haul water from
the zar.jtts in barrels to keep bis young
trees and vines alive. Now a networll
of pipes, with fifteen Or twenty hy
drants, supplied from bis own reser
voir, provides for full aud complete
"Young Teacher" Explains.
Editor Hemald: Wiliyou permit
me to inform "An American" where
"Voting Teacher" discovered that the
Christian religion is tolerated by out
laws. Art. XT Of treaty entered into
November 4, 1780, between the sub
jects of Tripoli, of Parbary and tbe
people of the United Stales reads as
follows: "As the Government bf the
United Sttites of America is not in any
sense founded on the Christian reli
gion, as it has no character of enmity
Against (be laws, religion or tranquil
ity of Mussolineii, and as the St iles
never have entered Into atiy war or act
of hostility against any Mahometan
nation, it is hereby declared by the
parties that no pretext arising fronj
religious.opinions shall overproduce
an Interruption of the harmony exist
ing between tbe two countries."
Now this solemn treaty, approved
by Washington and (be early fathers,
is wrong, or "An American" is mis
taken when be calls Ibis nation a
Christian Republic.
I Wduld refer "An American" also
to Art. 15 of treaty between tlije Poy
and Regency of A Igiors and I he United
States, ratified February 11, 1*22, in
which (be foregoing doctrine is sub
stantially reiterated. Again, if "An
American" is right in bis views, 0s to
this being a t'hrislian Republic, why
do tbe ininislersof religion besiege the
India of leg iM.it lun , on tin (mil > to have
(oid inserted ill the Constitution and
to have Christ recognized in opr or
ganic law as a ruler among nations.
In conclusion, 1 would Suggest to
"An American" that if would bo in
better taste to prove that I have taken
ridiculous, positions on (his tjufcstlrVii
than to give his ipse dixit for ar
gument -dliat it is it sign Of weakness
to use questionable raillery for logic-.
YoCNU TlOAt'll Rlt.
The Entertainment Last Night.
Tin' complimentary soiree tendered
to Miss Domlllga Olivas at 'I'iiiii-
Verein Hall last night, drew a tlatlor-
Ing mark of esteem frtvtn our citizens
and Urn hall was well filled. The pro
gramme was admirably arranged and
carried out with full satisfaction to all
present, although it was found noces
sary to change the arranoeinent of
the parts considerably. We cannot
specify all of tin; features of the entor
talnmenti as it was quite lengthy, but
will content oiirselves simply with a
brief mention of tho participants. Miss
Olivas, decidedly Ihe favorite of the
evening, was in her best voice and
carried tluj audience with her in every
effort. Her voice is remarkably sweet
and well trained. The lady was the
recipient offroquent and loud encores.
Miss Rose Kollcy performed upon the
piano in a most acceptable manner in
solos and overtures, and Miss Raphael
JKdehnan in her delightful songs was
received with hearty plaudits. Some
duets sung by Maj. Sacriste and
sister look the house by storm; they
were not only sung well but also
well acted in accordance with the
spirit of the pieces. I'rof. Arevaio,
Mr. Uiiinettc, i'rof. llavell aud Mr.A.
Bed Wel I added greatly to the enjoy
ment of the occasion by the various
parts which they assumed in the role
The poem--"A legend of the Kan
Gabriel Mission Bells"—by Mr. A. T.
Hawley was finely composed and
commemorated a beautiful legend.
As a conclusion of the entertainment
a series of tableaux were presented, il
lustrative of the poem. The four
scenes were as follows:
I. ANIM.'STI AS AND DOh It AKA 101.— Til X
"I see you naite. No doubt you think
Suine Spanish maiden waited his return.
Well, you are light."
1 TttK TllKACilicitoi s Aimow.
"As the story goes,
August ins .11 nI Poll Rafael kept, true (Wil h
Through nil tbe changing seasons, lint one
a heooherous arrow struck tbe soldier low."
8. Tim Fatal I.eitku.
"Ah! little thought slie, when with eager
Hhc caught Iho letter from the bearer's hands.
And tore ftopeit, that within its mills
Was hidden an arrow which should pierce
Ivor hear!."
4i Til X SCI KIT'S Fj.iiiiit.
"At last one evening us she sat ami gazed
Upon Ihe slant beams of the westering sun,
Thin king that they 100 shone above his tomb,
Site started up, her wan I wreathed wiih
Celestial in their sweetness, and her hps
Murmured, as If in eoslaey,' The Hells!
' If is the Angelus, anfl Itafiul hears!'
And then her stainless spirit, look its Highl,
And those who watched hor caught tidying
Of ravishing melody from golden harps,
And songs tv reptile and divinely sweet."
Altogether, the affair was a com
plete success, and we congratulate
Miss Olivas as well as the amateurs
who participated in it upoii tho pleasant
Jsaac Norton & Co., comer of Main
and Hoquena streets, are now sellino
out their Spring and .summer stock at
reduced prices. If you wunf to save
money give them a Calf.
Backman House.
The citizens of I»* Angeles and the
public generally will lie pleased to
learn thai Mr-. liaekni.m hat succeed
ed lo the proprietorship of this new
and eleganl hotel (l'erry & Riley
block). As landlady of the largest
an 1 most fashionable boarding bouse
in this City, Mrs. Haikman has al
ready acquired an enviable reputation.
The house is an elegant brick, three
Miotics high, with a sixty foot front
age on Main street, by 100.ft, in depth,
lis. suites and single rooms are Unsur
passed in the cily. The furniture is
entirely new, with spring beds
throughout. The halls tire wide, en
suring good ventilation and tiro newly
carpeted. An elegant dining-room
has been fittid up and the kitchen ap
paratus is perfect. The table will be
supplied with the best the market af
fords and no pains will be spared to
make guests comfortable. It is the
desire of the proprietress to secure a
number of permanent hoarders—fami
lies and single gentlemen—and per
sons seeking a pleasant homo at a
reasonable rate would do well to call
immediately. Day boarders accom
modated at the usual prices. The
public antl visitors to the city are re
spectfully invited to call at the lhick
man House.
The meeting of the Oerman Elec
tion l:iul> last Sunday evening nomi
nated the following candidates: For
Council men —First Ward, Forbes
Campbell i Signoret and Chavis; for
the Second Ward, l,ichtenl>erger,Teed,
Masrarcl and 15. Cohen; for the Third
Ward, Workman, 1 ,caby, Huber and
ami Louis Wolfskill; for members of
the School Board, Dr. Kurtz and Col.
Smith; for City Assessor, John /.
.Inst leeelved.a tremendous stock of cigars.
tobacco and smokers 1 articles, at the identi
cal, :SS Main streel, Perry A IMley Block.
For bill posting, distribution of circulars,
programmes, cards, election announcements,
etc., leave orders wil li It. N. Walker, the only
and regular Hill Poster In the city. Olllce al
I lie 57.(;- olliee. or orders may be left at any of
the pi"ntlng otrn.es.
Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest! IS. SLANKYis
selling boots and shoes at bed-rock prices.
Special Notices.
W. C. Hi-ciii:* A Co.'a
Weekly st.ig.- Line
Km Paniinitiil.
jn'iir passage or puckagi s, eni|iiireiil' We-
I»kk, or turner vi Ailso and Alameda streets.
rof I lie lied 25 ids lin port cd cigai » go In 1 lie
Identical, lis Main street, IVrry A Riley
llloelj ; JJJRjU, jll-1 leeelM-d.
. ; ■. 1 <—■ „
a com pie. c slock of gents l furnishing
coods iusl received al Hie Identical, :|S Main
sir*el, Poriy A 111 ley block.
Kor a nice lic-senrf, shlrl studs, sleuveduit
li:ul,Hliictcr-»ear, gloves, socks aud in fuel
evcrylhing in thai line, al Isjttom prices, go
In the Identic il,.is Main street, Perry* Riley
Id..civ i *
Kor I lie best imported cigar— lliree lor 60 i ts.
.-go lo thu Identical, :>K Main street, Perry a
Kiley blofik; U.MXIJIisI received.
I'or the best bit cigar- .1 for i"i cts.; i for 26
cts.; n for ii cts. goto the Identical, :W Main
sin-el, Perry & ItUey block.
Tin- rainy season is coming On. Are yon
provided witli bout.-, sins'* and rubbers? It.
SI.A N KY. corde.' of i lofnnierc.lul and I.os AU
;;cles, has a. full slock of the kind you need.
I vi not fail lo examine his goodebofure pur
A gent tin,an is not well dressed iinlil Ire
I,ne ~ 0...U-MH o.h i"«,i or shoe. It, MI,ANRA'
keeps I hem—l be best, most si V I Isll ll lid clieap
est. dive him a call.
for good (ligars mil Tobacco.
llrtTll at Hugh Keeuan's,
.so. 11l Coin niorcinl si reel.
In front ol (lianile Saloon. novlltf
lio\, i.iMi Ai.i.kv and billiard Saloon, in
Ihe basement of Ihe IT. S. Hold building,
formerly occupied by the Cucamongm Wlue
|ie|ioi, v Saloon with a llrsl class stock of
Wine-, l,i.|ie i , Cigars, etc., etc , and the best
nccomiuotlution for customers. No charge
IVlil Ir made to palrons for the use of Billiard
tables and Alley. A lunch will be served in
Ihe evening. AL'MI'ST AIKI.CII HUT,
uovtitf Proprietor.
The Saxe Brother* are en route for
1.,: \nge|es with thirty thorough bred lutr
ham bill Is of all ages, dine! from Kentucky.
They will arrive Novembor 10th. !
A. S. McDonald, 101 Main street,
opposite Court House, lias just re
ecived a largo assortment of rubber
boots, all sorts and sizes. Call at
once and have yonr choice.
Mi nun's Restaurant, on Commercial street,
Is the proper place lo go for a good meat, with
a good cop of coffee or lea to drink with it.—
There is probably no restaurant on t he Pacific
coast where so many oflhe sub.sUinl ials and
so many of the luxuries may be had lor 36
cents. Hoii'i forgot the place—Moor's Restau
rant, Commercial street. Private eating
rooms luive been neatly Ottcd up for Iho ac
commodution Of lud|cs, ootW-lm
New Goods! JSew Coods! Marxsen
Urns.,of t li» new variety store, corner of Main
and Third streets, keep c instantly on hand
n large vai iel \of Dry goods, Clol lung. HelltS*
undeiweai. Hoots and Slio. i, Groceries, etc.
\ large suiipiv ol new goods just received,and
sold al reasonable rales. All goods are of Ihe
liost. quality; no auction goods sold by us.—
We respectfully solicit 11/o public to examine
our goods and judge for t lieinsel yes. Uoods
.leiivered lo any purl ol the cily free <d charge.
Piuknix Insurance Company, llart
ford. Connecticut; Home Insurance Com puny,
New York; North llritish A Mercantile In
surance Co., liOiidon and Kdilibuig; Coni
t.lned Assets, gSiO.UOO.o.OO, gold.
52 Temple P.iock,
ocUli I' l>S Angeles, Cal.
Peter l.uniicv, Mian street, seenud dnor from
coin.>r of Court streel, basu splendid assort
ment or i Iroccrle*, Provisions, Wines, Liquors
Cigars, Tobacco, etc., whisb he oilers at the
lowest market prices. All goods of Iho best
quality. Orders dclivcied free Ol charge.
Five spools of Coal's thread for2s cts.
Kourpapers American pins foriicls.
Four pieces Worst, ail braid for 2.1 cts.
Al the IIAZAAS, corner of Main and Hcquo
ua si rents. .
Agency Liverpool and London and
(ihjbu Insurance Company. Assets, $Jl.lA)f),-
MXi. Agency Slate Investment Insurance
Company, Fire and Marine. Assets, $3flp,eoo,
i, i Krodrick's Bodß store, near the Foslofllce.
Ten viirds brown faclufy lor 81.
Kn in vaids extra heavy i-t We.lory tor il.
Ten yards do do 811 Inch for 11.
Konr spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts.
At the BAZAAa, cornerof Main and Reave
ii. , street 9, njipostt. i he it. s. Hotel.
Kour pair seamless hose forsl.
Three pair diamond toed ttbakcr socks tor
SI eu.
\l'ls\.\c NottioN A Co.'s, corner of Main
aild itcquena streets, opposite U.S. Hotel
Agency Imperial of London and
uueeiiorijlvcrp<)ol;capital,»ll|,tSK>,ooo. North
ern of London, capital, #!"i,(«HI,IKK); und Harl
ford ol Hartford, capital, <:;,UOU,UOO. onice :
Uooin No. I liowney lllock.
JOHN I ARIdN, Agent.
scp.Vl f
»9_ The Ide ol immigration is steadily su 1 *
ting In. and the first thing eastern people do
is to tluow away their New York ll.itsand buy
a new one of l)i.s..«oNii. They say I here is no
comparison bet ween the two. 2%0
(Jo to the Fashionable Tailor, Kitz
patnek, when you wunl a tine suit of clothes.
If you desire recommendation, nsk any of
liis liuincmiis cudmiicrs, and you will be
told thai " Kilz." always docs his work well
giving line work, good material anil reasona
ble prices.
WANTED, f*' I I 'HUH AIMS a second
hand bed room and fiarlor set. Address
DOviir4«* N. N., Herald Olliee.
to I. I on Kirst i treat, Hrst house below
Trivoll (iarden. novJ2-lW
Kirn MAVOIt,
f. lleßndry.
city HlfHlrT—i
«'. <'. M>*>*
Ol J. I Ills
John Z. JKwrrlMi
err* makhhai..
Jolm J. <'»rrlllo.
school ntvmn v .
Alfred Jninc*.
in Joncph Hurts.
'i. i' rMu>|ii»f>n.
Kiiuiou It. Kotcllo,
Joseph >fullitlly.
J. * i> mi.um
'Jo WAUI>,
Jose Miiarur<-I,
W. W. HoMiisom,
Ihuh<* W. I.iinl,
l.ouiw Ml !i!oilim;i'r.
an wauo,
l-.nl- WolNkill,
J. H. Mtewnrt,
ThonntH A. Hurry,
William Osborne.
Suction W. Every person who, by force,
lb rente, menaors, bribery, or any eorrupi
menus, either ilirccSly or indirectly, altempls
In Influence any elector in giving his vote, or
lo i Icier him Irom giving the same, or at tempi s
by any means whatever lo awe, restrain, bin
der, or disl url> any elector In the free OXerctse
oflhe right of suffrage, or furnishes any elect
or wishing to vote, who cannot read, with a
ticket, lutormlng or giving such elector to
limloistand that it contains a name written
or printed thereon different from tint name
which is written or printed thereon, or de
frauds any elector at any sucb election, by
deceiving and causing sucb elector lv vote ,or
a different person for any office than lie in
tended or desired to vote Tor, or who, lining
Inspector, Judge or Clerk of any election,
while tiding as such, induces, or attempts to
Induce, any elector, either by menace or re
ward, or promise thereof, to vote differently
from what such elector intended or desired to
vote, Is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Skc. (11. Every person who wilfully violates
any of thu provisions of tile laws of Ibis Mtute
relating lo elections is, unless a different pun
ishment for such violation is prescribed by
this Code, punishable by line not exceeding
one thousand dollars, or by Imprisonment in
the State Prison not exceeding five years, or
by both.
The friends and supporters of the foregoing
ticket sire determined losee that a fair expres
sion of public preference shall be hud nt the
coming city election, nnd in view of the fact
that bribery and other corrupt practices have
heretofore prevailed in our municipal elec
tions, have, by voluntary subscription, se
cured an ample fund and adopted the neces
sary measures to prosecute every offender.
The committee huvinglhls mailer in charge
have employed detectives to aid in the en
forcement of lbs law. A reward of one hun
dred dollars will be paid to any person who
may give Information widen will lead to (lie
conviction of any person guilty of a violation
of the code above (ptoled or any other pro
vision of the Penal (.'ode relating lo cl-jcl lons.
Such informal lon may be reported to the
District Attorney, Who will give all necessary
information on the subject.
Wov TVl»y*»r.
At I lie request Of many Influential citizen \
1». I 5 1' A IT 1> li. "V
will be ii candidate for Mayor at the coming
municipal election. octi
li'or Mayor,
lam a candidate for the ofllce of Major, at
the next Municipal Election, and soiled the
support of my friends. Ocl2l
Kor Mayor,
,\» tin ~ «j »<i-.T,( 90 «.*,,»«..»»»., Hi* ,«>i,l<ir
slguod announces himself a candidal.: for
Muyor,af the net Municipal election.
K. sjAßlbttt.
bOS Angeles, step, loth, 1871.
IPOV Olty Attorney.
A. W. 11l I lON is a Candidate for rc-eloc
iloii to the ofllce of City Attorney, at the mi
su n* general inuiiicipal election,
b'or City Altornsy,
WIDD 1). (itlllDI).

For Oily M»ir«hiil.
JACOII F. UKRKKNM is a Candidate for
City Marshal. Oct 11^
li'er City Mai'slial.
11. r IIAK'I'I.KK announces himself us a
Candidate for the office of City Marshal, at
the coming c eclion. oel2
lCor Cily Marshal.
I It t\t iy ItAHRK, ex-Marshal, annonue
cs hiiusulf as a CaudUlulC tor Ihe office of Clty
Marslud at I lie coming election. seplM)
ITor City IMnrwlitil,
KM 11, is Ascitis. Detective officer, desires
lo announce himself as a candidate for our
next City Mai'slial. sopißl
li'or City ATur»iliiil.
JOHN J. I WtitU.l.U announces hlm
scll as a Candidute for the office of City Mar
shal, al the coming Municipal election. *
Kor Cily Trsasursri
11. PI.KINHMAN announces himself as a
candidate for city Tui: as c k nit at the onsu-
Ingeleatlon. seplti
fffor Cily Trsasurer,
HDII.WANN SII lILI X KN. Nr.. announ
ces himself as a candidate for the olllce of City
Tkkasuuki: at the ensuing Municipal elec
tion. sopSl
Vor City Treasurer.
lIHIA HKLI.tN announces himself as a
Candidate for the •nice of City Treasurer at
the coming election. Sepzß
For City Treasurer
__ S'-pIH
For City Assussur.
n. H. HAW HON will lieu candidate lor
City Assessor al the ensuing municipal elec
Kor Cily Awweiswor.
For Councilman,
JOHN It. BUIEKLY Will he v candidate
tor member of the Common Council irom tiie
Second Ward, at the ensuing municipal elec
tion, t
Notice to the Public.
11ns bought, the old establishment known as
ss<i>.-iiiftr Ht. Borbep Hii<>i»,
And now opens the most convenient rooms
in the city. Three first-class barbers v I ways
lv altcndance.
Shaving', a»«i Hair Culling. a.V: Nlihih
pooning, 25e.
Mr. BarbrSr Invites the public generally lo
come mid see him. lie cures headache in five
minutes by applying Ids valuable Sedative
Wat, r, for i.e. Alv>, laulias' Hair curling.
Oerman, Krench, Spanish and Ilalian lan
guages spoken. IIOVI7-IUI
Searcher of Records and Conveyancer,
novJ2l I
Carpenter and Cabinet Maker.
Stoics titled up, Furniture made and re
paired, and general work done on the short
est notice, noV£!U
Briislios. jhkl <ilsi >-;>-;.
Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and
Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes.
California Chemical Paint Company.
TO , my.>3in ill
Mil in Sti*«»«*t, Loh AnjK-olc'H.
A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor.
Are largo Mid well ventilated, and. in Hie best possible condition.
No expense will be spare' 1 to matte tbe Hotel equal lo any "ii die Coast. B*2o-1 f— . r .
"ITHJRNIHHED ROOM, at (li Allsn street,
J„' suitable for man and wife, or two Cents,
l'rlce, $10 per months nnvlu- It
$150 REWARD.
ON tiie 13th day of October last, Mr. V.
Beaudry lost al tbe l'ieo House, a Dia
mond King. The above reward will be paid
to tho finder upon delivery of properly to p.
Beaudry, and no questlous asked,
novlltf I. HEAP DRY.
D OOMS.-KAMILY and Single Rooms
r\ with board at Col. peel's on Spring SI.
no\ llrtf
Sale, as good as new, for ilii. Inquire al
novSdA-w'ff 210 Main street.
BOARD, with furnished rooms in a pleas
ant location in a private family, !l min
utes walk fioui Post olliee. (ientlemen and
their wives preferred. Enquire at lids Olllce,
Poultry H Market!
126 & 128 Main Street,
Is Ihe only place in lown when; you can gel a
— utl be —
Lowest Market Rates.
They keep constantly on bund
All the Delicacies of the Season,
oi every description.
Fresh Eggs and Butter
Received everyday fro m lRe country.
Vegetables, Fruits and Nuts,
(7Uoi<~o V«*jo-«*tiit»l«'«!
Received by every steamer from San Fran
Also, a full supply of
Pickled Pigsfeet,
fcSlMM'p's* 'Foil|ue (
l i <>l<»<jriin fSftwMqsffe,
Sinolied Ton«>'uo,
Swiss, l.lmberger, Holland, Cream, Eastern
and ('alifornia
C/ JErHL. _tU jßj >3 JEt'i .
White Fish,
Pickled Salmon,
Russian Sardines,
. and Caviar.
J t 'i*<*mli C'i*«i»t»**i*i*i<*«,
And many more things too numerous to
Orders from t he count ry trade are promptly
attended lout lowest wholesale prices.
Consignor ids of
Respect fully solicited.
Come and sen our slock and convince your
"r*l*.01*l"l BJX< > It**.
OCtMd m
Perry A Riley's New Building,
ON MAIN (PTftpsßrrJ
Has recently been completed, and is now be
ing put in siiaiie for occupancy. This build
ing Is a huge tlirce-slory brick, situated In tho
centra] portion of the city, between the Pico
House and the Clarendon Hotel. The llrst
Boor is occupied by business houses, and the
second and third'doors ure QuisbcQ off for
lodging rooms for single gentlemen ami fam
ilies. The building is linished in superior
style, the Hiusselb carpels in I lie lial Is and the
gas fixtures ulouc coaling upwards offend.
The building is supplied wiih gas anil cily
Furnish, d rooms to single gentlemen loi
from *ir, n> - v
Suites of rooms, unfurnished, for S" 'and
Suites of looms, furnished with elegant
marble-top furniture, for fiom f.bi to SMI.
A large numlierof rooms are already en
Eastern visitors coming to I.os Angeles for
their health will find here Hie uiimt OOtnfort
uble and pleaseoi rooms in the cily.
Kenl MMssM (-oil,
oeUltf Room 10, at head of stairs.
Hoots, boots; gliocs,shoes; rubbers, rubbers!
gaiters, slippers and everything In lite llneol
slSn«U|catber. Ho to li. SCANEY for them,
lie has Ihe largest, best nnd cheapest slock ill «
tlic eny,
A. T Til *5 A 13 3Y V .
No. 00 sjn iiig street.
-V HQI :Ait X <t} KAND
P T A N' O
From life celebrated factory of
Parlies desirous of furnishingtheir parlors
with large tliii'ly finished cent r
Would do well loeall and sic this Piano.
Agent for f.os Angeles.
KOH I.Kit, CM ASK $ CO.,
Agents, San Francisco. novl-lm
' vi Main mill Second Ntw.
Don't buy a Piano until you have
.■ i iM. - v. J
The one Und look the
Iff I It .-J T 1» It 1 iC Jk
At the Stale Fair in Ist 1. Also Ihe New York,
now exhibiting at the lidik.
And wo mean to do Urn (air iking with the
public. Not isell a few leading articles below
cost, and make it. ujion oilier goods; hut we
will sell
All Class of Goods
al merely a living profit. You will ftnd now
in our slore, the very best slock of
A tifiO,
A fu)l Hue of the newest and prettiest
— such as —
Black Silk,
Fancy Silks,
Delaines, &c,
Ever broughHtt. this market. Furthermore
the best make of
California Boots and Shoes,
For I .ad ies, (leuts, M isses, Hoys and Children
Also, a full Hue of the best
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
We d< t blow nor brag, bill If you wisli lo
be convinced; come lo the store
Al AI IM «T li IT. l£T,
(Under the ijulayoilo. Hotel,)
And you will dud
Cheaper than elsewhere.
eel Ist I
J. C Jackson,
nvi7iT Corner Ftrst knd Alameda sits.
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