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SUNDAY OCT. 81. 1880. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports lor the BeneOtof Commerce and Agriculture. Report or observations taken at. Loa An geloa, Cal., Oct. 29, 1880. ti 2 tl ° ill « i I * ill fli I S Q t:fS*..h. 20 99 67 87 E I llCIear 13:15 p. m. iii.fw tl! 67 Calm 0 Clear :1B P. n. KM 68 82 Calm I IllClear Maximum Thermometer, 48.0 Minimum " 65 0 CHURCH CHIMES. Cathedral or St. Viuiana. — Main street, below First. Rev.Hugh MeNamee, Rector. First mass at 6a. m.; second mass at 8; high mass at 18—Sunday School In Sngltsh and Spanish ut3.00 p. m. ; vespers at I p. K« Cbtjbch or Oub IjAnv of Angels.— Opposite the Plazu. First mass atd a.m.: second at 7, with sermon in English nt the end of the mass; last mnssittOßer monln Spanish; Catechism In English at 10:30 A. m*; Catechism In Spanish at 2:30 p. m. ; vespers at3:3J p. at. Episcopal Church.— Corner of Tem ple and New High strcots. Services at 11 A. m. Seats free, and all cordially Invited. Sunday School at 9:30 a. h. Fort st. M. k. Church. — Roy. M. M. Bovard. Pastor, Preaching at 11 A. M.. and 7p. m. Sabbath School nt 7% fim. Class meeting Tnesday evening. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. Presbyterian Church.—Rev. J. W. Ellis, Pastor—Services at the Brick Church on Fort street, between Third and Fourth streets, at 11 A. M. and 7 p. H. Sunday School at 12J|p. H. Pastor's res idence at Kimball Mansion. Trinity M. E.Chtircb Sooth.—Spring street, between First and Second. Key. Thomas R. Curtis, Pastor in charge. Preaching every Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 7 p. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. m. Prayer meeting 7:15, every Thursday evening. Baptist Cnoßcn.—Qood Templar's Hall, Main street, l'ror. T. M. Stewart, Minister. Services at 11 a.m. Sunday School directly after morn ing service Heats free, and the public are cordlallv invited. Prayer meetings Thursday evenings. Church of Christ.—John C Hay, Pas tor. Preaching at room No. 1 Baker Block, at 11 A. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School at 10 A. M. Evakoei.icai. Lutheran Church— Rev, A. Oeyer, Paster—Services in Union | Hall every Sunday at 10:30 A. m. and 7:30 p. M. Sunday School at 8:30 A. M. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tbe Herald is tho only newspa per in Los Angeles that receives the Associated Press telegraphic dispatches. No quorum being present Inst evening Council adjourned until 8:30 p. m. Wednesday next. Rev. A. M. Campbell will preach at Trinity Church, Spring street, at 11 o'clock this morning. Notwitbetandiug the sharp dodge of the "all tho decency" party in engaging all the bands in Los An geles for their torchlight procession, tbe Democrats were well provided with music. Tbe morning service at the Bap tist church will consist of reading of one ofSpuigeon's sermons; sub ject, "Soul saving our principal business." Pralso service in the evening at 7 j o'clock. The examination of Michael Prlndivllle, charged with assault with Intent to commit murder, wbleh was to have taken place be fore Justice Lawlor yesterday, was postponed uutil a future day, his wife and sons being unable to ap pear on account of (heir injuries. The old man has entered a similar . complaint against the prosecuting i witnesses, alleging that be acted [simply iv self-defence. | We have been requested to state that Professor J. A. Martllng, school teacher at El Monte, is ly ing dangerously sick at ths house of Mrs. Scott, Brooklyn Heights. He was in a very critical condition last evening, so critical, indeed, that before this reaches tbe public eye be may have ceased to exist. We publish this notice as none of his friends seem to be aware of his condition or whereabouts. The last grand rally of the cam paign will be held by the Demo crats on Monday night. Speeches lln English will be made by Messrs. Wallace Leach. R. F. del Valle.W. F. Heatbman aud 8. M. White from the stand In front of Downey ■ Block and iv the Spanish language by Hon. A. F. Coronal and Hon. |B. F. delValle, Hon. J. G. Estu dllloand others from the stand at I the Pico House. I Tho Democracy of Lob Augeies are largely Indebted to tho unflag ging euergy nf Dr. Palmer and Messrs. Abe Norton, D. Foley, R. A. Ling and tbeir assist ants for (he immense sucoess of the pyrotechnic display of last night's demonstration; and to Gov. Downey, It. A. Lingand Dr. Palmer for lbs many comical devices and witty mottoes, which were so skillfully depicted on the nu merous transparencies by those able artiste, Messrs. 8, Moran et Co. and F. Morsoh. A fsature of Inst night's proces sion was tbe number of bankers In line, currying torches, on one side or the other. In the Democratic demonstration Mr. I. W. Hellman trotted along with his little torch, while the Messrs, Slauson and Spenoe figured in the Republican pageant. As a matter of fact, there was scarcely a man of property or standing In this community who was not In one procession or the otbtr. Even age seemed to be no disbarment. Dr. Griffin trotted along blithely in tbe Demooratio turn-out, while Don Juan Warner cast his corns to the winds and swelled the Republican crowd. We elsewhere signalize the notable ad vent of Don Felipe Lugo at tbs head of tbe Democratic horsemen. COURT REPORTS. ■aperlor Court 3r.IUi.VEDA, J. SATURDAY, Oct. 30, 1880. Baruard vs Barnard—Demurrer submitted; two days to file points. Estate of Joslah Gil I more, de cased—Petition for sale of per sonal property beard nnd granted, A DEMOCRATIC GROUNDSWELL. THE DEMOORATIO PARTY, THE CHAM PION OF THE MABSES, WELCOMES AGAIN ITS CHILDREN TO THE MATERNAL EMBRACE. Tbs People as against ths Corporations and the Despairing Effort of tbe OwSeldit s A PHENOMENAL PYROTECH NICAL PROCESSION. DR. SHORB AROUSES THE DEMOORAOY. TO ENTHUSIASM. A CREDIT ABLE REPUBLICAN SIDE SHOW For long weeks past, tho Demoo raoy of the city of Loa Angeles have made up their minds to show tbat the party, after long and bit ter alienations, hud resolved upon a thorough love feast, whioh should celebrate a memorable and victori ous reconciliation and leave both the Republican managers aud the proprietors of political sideshows shaking in their boots. Last night the climax was reached in a tnichlight procession which would have done honor to a Demo oratio city of five timod the popula tion of Los Angeles. About seven o'clock iv the eve.'iiug ths throng ing legions began lo gather ou Los Angeles street reaching away into tbeexteusiou thereof, ami threat ening to reach nut aumewhero in tbe neighborhood of the Washing ton Gardens, tbe bailiwick of that thorough Democrat, Dave Wol dron. The bead of thu procession was gathered, uuder the eaves ef tbe Baker Block, ou Arcadia street, in the shape of eighty horsemen, beaded by the venerable Don Fe lipe Lugo wbo, in his elglity-tlrst year, mounted his steed, with sword hanging to his side, and commemorated bis undying devo tion to tbe Democratic party. That was a goodly prnoessiou of horse men, ranging up into tbe hun dreds. When the cavalcade headed by Lugo was fairly uuder way, a spirited detachment of eighty horsemen from the Monte dashed into Hue. Thai came, with Chinese lanterns and torches, mak ing a brilliant but confuslug whole, the longest and most brilliant pageant ever recorded as taking part iv auy politica demonstration in California, out side of Han Francisco. Democrats thronged to the front iv Intermina ble lines, making the spectator doubt If this good town of the An gels was the city where, one year ago, the Democrats could hardly muster a corporal's guard. Cheers (or Hancock and English rent the air, and tbe ricecheting fireworks lent an illumination to the purpose of the Democracy to redeem Cali fornia from tbe Hayes aud Garlleld disciples of Mepbistopheles who have, by their interruption of rightful Democratic Huti-Chine.se legislation,sought to make a moral und labor Golaonda of our fair Htate. Device succeeded device and motto succeeded motto, all vic ing in liveliness ami wit with those that had preceded. Ihe I'll den demoustrutiuii of 1876 was thoroughly eclipsed, und uuy one wbo witnessed this splendid picto rial Democratic pageant will never forget its features. Passing judg ment as a spectator, there could not well have been less than flfteeu hundred, aud there were probably two thousand, people with torches in Hue. After carrying nut the pro gramme, as announced in the Her ald of yesterday, processionists aud citlzeus generally assembled around the stand iv frout of Dow ey Block. The stand was very tastefully decorated with Hugs und (lowers. Ropes of geranium leaves, dotted with clusters of red blossoms, hung in festoons from the upper portion of the platform, while vases of flowers filled the table. Tbe stand from thestreot presented a beauti ful picture. At the close of ths procession the street iv front of Downey Block was aompletely blocked with tbe crowd. The meeting was cilled to order by Dr. Crawford, Chairmau of the Los Augeies Democratic Central Club, who could scarcely he heard ou account of the cheering of the Immense crowd. The Secret try of the Club, C. K. Miles, read the list of officers, as follows: President, J. D. Bicknell. VIOS PRESIDENT*: J tie ltartli Shorb, Wallace Wood worth, Ben Dreyfus, W H Spur geon, Judge M D Crawford, E M Sanford, Louis Mesmer, A W Potts, Charles Deleval, Dr C W Bush, J C Morgan,Bernardino Qui radn.Judge Johu Hopper, A 1! M iffltt, Gov J G Downey, (J H Watts, Wm l'rldharo, B Chandler, Johu W Broaded, Dr J B Winston, J Brousseau, ri ,M White, I W Helltnan, Bon Felipe Lugo, Dr JS GrifQii.W DStepheti son, Phil Lauth, M Morris, Victor Montgomery, A Waite, William li Workman, E kS Hewitt, J O Estu dillo, J F Banning, F A Cohen, A J Howard, Asa Ellis, W H Steph ens, R ligau, T A Sanchez, Sidney Lacey, D Botlller, Jerry Newell, Dr N Liudeufeld, J F label], W R Rowland, John T. Gordon, F Sabl ohi, Jas Feore, D V Waldron, M J Wicks, Andrew Glassed, Thomas MoLalu, Bernardo Yorhu, Franols oo Palomares, X H Workman, Dr Jos Kurtz, Autoulo Corouel, En gene Meyer, Jerry llliab, C M Miles, A B Chapman, Franoisco Macbado, C E Thorn, Max New mark, J H Shields, H B Thomas, 8 H Mott, J F Dye, J ETibbote. Mr. Bicknell, in expressing bis sense of tbe honor of presiding, said: We bave to-ulght the largest and most enthusiastic audience ever gathered lv Los Angeles. He stated that a vote was takeu on tbe Republican speoial train from Sauta Ana, aud it resulted In 73 for Hanoook aud 62 for Garfield. [Great cheering. J Tbe Chairman then introduced J. CAMPBELL, SHOBB, Who wu received with tremen dous (did prolonged cheering. He commenced by referring to the cel ebration four years ago of tbe na tion's centennial, saying that our progress during tic hundred years of its existence presents a specta cle of development unequalled in tbo history of nations, America has become the Mecca of humani ty—the refuge for the oppressed of tbe earth. He gave a grapbio pic ture of her progress aud present condition as to population, wealth and education, referring particu larly to tbe inventive genius nf the people and to the scientific attain ments of Its scholars. The home of liberty, gained after six years of struggle in the Revolution, and maintained by years of watchful ness—are you willing, be asked, to see it sacrificed now? He arraigned the Republican party as an enemy to liberty and said that unless an end is soon put to the rule of that party tbe country so grand and so admirable will be given over to anarchy aud ruiu. After th 'liking the people of Los Angeles for the reception accorded to bim, tbe best, bu said, of tbe campaign, be proceeded to speak of tbe prospect of tlio Democratic party in Nevada. He addressed, In Virginia City, last week, the largest meeting ever gathered there, and at other points in that State the numbers and enthusiasm of the people attending the meet ings were such that he did not hes itate to predict au overwhelming victory ou Tuesday next. He then explained the reasons for tbe vote iv Indiana, at the re cent election. He said ihe candi date of the Democracy, Gov. Lan ders, was very unpopular. He was formerly a Republicau, then he be came a Greenbacker, and finally deserted them aud joined tbe De mocracy, The Greeuhackers de termined lo punish him, and tbey did it by Voting, many of tbem, for the Republican candidate Landers is also an Intemperate man, aud was strongly opposed on tbat account. Many Democrats thought that, the only way tn carry the Htate for Uanonok In Novein ber was to defeat Landers iv Octo ber. The Republicans made stran* uous efforts to curry the Htate, bringing there just before the elec tion, thousanes of "repeaters" from bordering States. With all these efforts they barely succeed id; but tbe Illegal votets have nil none borne now, and there is no doubt that tho State is secure forHuti oook. Tlib timo was wlieu politician and statesmen were synonymous terms. This is no louger bo. A mere politician ia v man whose only inspiration In selfishness, whose only knowledgo of public affairs is a knowledge of trickery and corruption, There has been a cause for this change. The civil war brought with it demoralisa tion. The head of olllelai corrup tion was in Washington, aud the aots of the corrupt politicians there culminated in the stealing of the Presidency fouryears ngo. Through all departments of Grant's govern ment corruption slalKed. He men tioned as among the most promi nent of tiie leaders, Schuyler Col fax, the notorious Baboock, (Jen. Belknap, Secretary of War Schenok, the Minister to England, and others. His arraignment of these men and his condemnation of the corrupt course of Republican politicians, called out repeated cheers from the crowd. The elec tion of General Hancock, be said, means radical, sincere and lusting reformation; it means a return to the houesty of tbe early days of the Republic. Iv Gen. Hancock's eyes peace was DO shame; it meant, something; until the military authority was subordinated to the civil, he, Hancock, could not ad mit a return of real peace, and be devoted himself to secure this substantial peace. There was no Federal commander whose views of reconstruction so thoroughly harmonized with the views of Lin coln as did the views of Hancock. The speaker eulogized Lincoln,ami said a true friend of the South was struck down when Lincoln fell. He then scored in severe terms tin men who are tiow flaunting tbe bloody shirt in the eyes of the peo ple The ".Solid South" is their Shibboleth in this campaign—their only stock lv trade. He asked why the Huutbern people are solid against tbe Republican party? It is because of insult, persecution, tyranny and despotism. If tiie South were solid for Garfield, would a word he said ? If It voted as the leaders of tlie Republican party de sire, would any ruse be made uoout tiie Solid South ? No. Tiie speaker then pictured some of the acts of the Republicans iv tbe Southern States, to prove that the rule of that party has besn a rule of rob bery, murder, spoliation and plun der. He referred particularly to South Carolina, ami tbe extrava gance of tbe Republican and negro Legislature, reading a list of tbe cosily delicacies provided for the members aud their wives. Repub lican rule iv South Carol.na rolled up a debt against tile people which will require unborn generations to pay. The speaker saiii the negroes are new becoming better informed,and I hey are voting against the Repub lican oarpet baggers. He told a story, iv illustration, of a dog sell er wbo, when his pups were young, called them Republican tups, but wbeu their eyes were open lie changed their name, aud they be came Democratic pups. The ne groes are getting their oves opeu. Dr. Shorb made an eloquent re view of tbe Demon alio platform, referring especially to the clause pledging tiie party iv favor of tbe abrogation of tiie Burllngama treaty. Ou this subject be held the close attention of the large crowtl, ami wus enthusiastically cheered. He then read i lie Morey letter, and said that when it was Brat published the Republican ed itors were silent uutil they ascer tained that Morey was dead, then they denounced itas a forgery, aud Garlleld himself called it a stupid falsehood. But an investigation iv court bas clearly fastened it ou him. The reoord of Garfield was then briefly reviewed, proviug him to be a trickster, a falsifier and a corrupt poli iciao, utterly uuwnr thy of the high position for whioh he lias been named. In conclusion, Dr. Shorb urged tbe people to go to the polls on Tuesday and vole, tbe straight ticket; ssnd Wallace Leach to Congress, get a Demooratio admin istration and restore again the pu rity of tbe government. Tbe mention of the name of Leach was reodved by the crowd with enthusiastic obeers. At tbe conclusion of the very eloquent and able address, many Democrats came to the platform and congratulated tbe speaker. The President then, anuouuoed Me oloslng meeting of the oam paign on Monday evening, to be addressed by Wallace Leach, Mr. Del Valln and others. Mr. Ellis announced that Dr. Sborb would speak on Monday eve ning at Santa A na. The meeting then adjourned with "three times three" for the ticket. TIIE REPUBLICAN PROCESSION. Our Republican friends last night, considering their numbers in Los Angeles couuty, made a very creditable turnout. Assisted by a delegation of a hundred from Pasa dena, and large additions froni (Jumpton, Florence and Wilming ton, witli the Golal and stimulus ot Qen. Miller's Alaska Fur Compa ny's liberal disbursements of ca-h, they covered themselves with honor. If it had not been for the eclipsing splendors of I he Demo crlio peooesslon, we should bo in clined to go into eostacies over their effort. For uu infant ami ambitiou-i party, locally, the Re publican* really won laurels last night. Though somewhat dleOOUr Hgrd ny having to psck Gtrrtcld, we should not tie surprised if ihe Republican party in Los Au geies county, next Tuesday, should make v credituble record, especial ly upon Crunk, which I* about all tney seem to aim at. 'Tis a vigor ous bantling, as a political organ ization in southern California,aud deserves a passing reCOgultloa. It is pleasant to vote that the managers of both parties siiowed skill and their members courtesy and comity tluring all tho stages ol tbo two rival demonstrations. Dr. Kurtz Again to the Rescue. Koitok Herald: Again I a&k for a little space iv your paper tn return the compliment to that gal lant Colonel of tho lying brigade, the editor of the Weekly Journal. On tho whole, I feel rather sorry that I ever took notice of an anonymous article, particularly in that paper, which perhaps not a dozen people would have read in the couuty had I not directed the attention of newspaper readers to it. Indeed, I found that hardly anybody Knew anything about the reproduction of tbe Know-Nothing article of 1852, nnd was many a time asked why I had so cruelly attacked my olil friend Berry; ami questions of this sort then obliged me to make it known that there iv a Republican orgau printed here, iv l,:>:t Augeies, but which is even entirely unknown to the editor ot tile regular Republican paper, tile Commercial. Now the Colonel ol ihe Juui mil otulit to bo grateful lv me, uud 1 think lie is so, too; for, in his apology, in his yesterday's issue, ho admits tbat bis "Duluh, Irish, French, Catlinlit, .Spanish circular dues not emanate from the committee of which Or. K. is a member," and that It does not em anate from tbe Democratic County Central Committee, but iv reality from a lying Republican scoundrel. The odilor, although reproducing tiie fraud again, gracefully left me to ruy raflaoiione, aud the result o? those indeed careful reflections Is as follows! James A. Garfield lies when lie denies to have written I lie letter to Morey; Chester A. Arthur lied when he had 923 Custom House oUlcers on bis pay roll,which were not in his service, and for which dereliction be was dis charged; Heeretary Evarts lied when lie said that ail those who did not, fight against the Hontli were Democrats, cowards ami trai tors; Karl Scburs tinds himsell lying when lie compares his cam paign speeches of 1872 with his speeches of 1831; H. Poubeoo lies when lie says lie Is a resident ot this Congressional District, and what can we. expect of v pour Colo nei 111 the attempt to edit a Repub lican paper? His employ era com mand lii 111 lo lie nnd lie dale not disobey. Lei us pity this man. Drt. Joseph Kurtz. Tulare Solid for Leach. Editor Hiceald: Put Tulare down for from three, to five hun dred majority for Leach. D. S. Terry und W. D. Grady held a rousing meeting at Hanford, com pletely Overturning nil Greenback ers in favor of Leach ami against. Godfrey. Tho prospects look bright In fact, never was the De mocracy so jubilant in this couuty as at tiie present time. Grund demoiistr.it tons will he witnessed In every precinct iv tlio county on Monday evening. Kpeakers nave beeu secured for every precinct Tulare will show her hind nobly in tbe struggle on Tuesday next. A. H. Glasscock. Member Congressional Committee. Visaliu, Oct. 29th. Stop That Cough. If you aro suffering with a cough, oold, asthma, bronchitis, hay fnver, consumption, loss of voice, tickling In tho throat, or any affection of ths throat or lungs, use I)b King's New Discovery for consumption. This Is the groat remedy that Is causing so much excitement by its wonderful Cures, C'irillg thousands of hopeless oases. Ov*r one million bottles of Dr. Kino's New Dis covery have beeu usetl within the last year, uud have given perfect satisfaction lv every instance. We cau unhesitatingly say that this is really the only wure cure for throat and lung atfectinus, aud can cheer fully recommend It to all. Call autl get a trial bottle free of cost, or a reitular size fur SI.OO. for sale by Heiuzeinau oi Kills, Wholesale Agents. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, autl all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case or in y refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Kor sale by Meinseman & Ellis, wholesale agents, Los Angeles. Another large consignment of Holbronk Se Ludlow's fins ladies' shoes, French kid and pebble goat, of all styles; also, a large consign ment of Lilley, Brackett & Co's Hue shoes for men. This work is well kuown to every oue as being nf the best style and finest quality. Remember the place, A. S. McDon ald's, 34 Spring street. Casting out devils—Tho Linn malaria and. liver pad, with body and foot plasters—three remedies its one—for sale by Preuss & Pironi, agents. Pries, $1. Heinzeman & Ellis are receiving fresh drugs every week. Their stock is the largest In Southern Califoruio. Call and see them. We always keep on hand Betbes da aud other mineral waters Scott's Emulsion, all Hie leading domestic ami foreign patent medi cines and non secret remedies. We bave the most complete Htock of perfumeries, snaps, brushes and druggists' sundries in Southern California. Preuss & Pironi, oppo site tbo Court House, 21 Spring street. Heinzeman k Ellis are the (au thorised) agents tnt the Lion Ma luriuutnl Liver Pad, with body aud foot plasters. The Holiuan Liver Pad, the Kxeelsior Kiduey Pad and the only Lung Pad. Heinzeman & Ellis mako a spe cially of pliysicions prescriptions and family recipes. Alt medicines are wairantel fresh and puru ami at lowest prices. The colon-.L does dyeing and ecouiing at No. 8 Aliso street. House, Sign and Carriage Painting done In good order, ut lowest living prices, by T. M. Ad<ms ami Son. simp adjoining Pioneer Cooperage, on Kirst street. PrstlfS & Pironi tire agents for fiolinan's liver pads and Hum phrey's Homos ipathiu Specifics. Their prescription ilepartiueut is uuder competent bauds aud is tin surpassed. Congress Hall will be supplied with l'uget Hound oysters at two bits a plate, all styles. Eastern oysters as usual. Fresh shrimps every day. Second-hand clothing bought nnd sold at No. 8 Aliso street. SPECIAL NOTICE. 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From Jau ua y 1 until December 31 it will be con ducted art a newspaper, written in the Eng lihli lauguage, aud printed (or the people. As a newspaper, THE BON believes in gettiug all the new* of the world promptly, and presautiug it in the most intelligible shape—the shape that will enable its read ers to keep well abreast of the age with the least unproductive expenditure of time. Tho greatest interest to the greatest num ber—that is tbe law controlling its daily make-up. It now has a circulation very much jarger than that of any other Amer ican nowspaper, and enjoys an income which it is at all times prepared to spend liberally for the benefit of its readers. People of all conditions of life and all ways of thinking buy and read THK bUN; and they all derive satisfaction of some sort from its columns, for they keep ou buying aud readiug it. In its comments on men and affairs, THE BON believes tbat the ouly guide of polLy should bo commoa sense, inspired by geuuiuo American principles and backed by honesty of purpose. For this reasou it is, aud will continue to be, abso lutely independent of party, class, clique, organization ur interest. It is for all, but of uon«. It will continue to praise what is good aud ruurubate wbat is evil, taking emu thut its language is to tbe point aud plaiu, beyond tbe possibility of being mis uuderstood. It is uuinlluenoed by motive;) that do not appear on the surface; it has no opiuious to soU, save those which may be had by auy purchaser with two cents. It bates injustice and rasoality even more than it hates unnecessary words. It abhors frauds, pitieß tools, aud deplores nincom poops of every species. It will continue throughout tho year 1880 to chastise the llrit class, instruct the seoond and disooun tenauce tho tUird. 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Four years a :<> next November the will of the nation, as expressed at the pjlls, was thwarted by uu abominable conspiracy, the promoters ami beneficiaries of whicn sfhl hold the otlices they stole. Will thu crime of 187G bo i epeated in 1880 ? The past deo ade of yLai's opwutjd with a corrupt, extrav agant and insolent Administration in ti cached at Vvas mm ton, THE BUN did sometning toward the gang and breaking its uotver. 'lue same men are now intriguing io restoro their leader aud themselves to placet, from which they were driven by thu md of thu people. Will they bucceeu I 7%e MOiuiug year will bi iug tue auswers ■ i these momentous questions, THE HJJiX will beuuluudto* cuiuuicle the facts an thuy aro developed, uid to exhibit them eieany aud fearlessly in ueir relations to exiwdiousy ami right. Thus, with a habit ol philosophical good humor iv looking at thu minor affairs of li c, aud in great things a steadfast pur pose to maintain the rights of the people and the principles of the Constitution against all aggrwsnors, THE BUN iv pre pared to wnio a truthful, instructive and at tho .-;u!iu time entertaining history of 1880. our rates of subscription remain un changed. Fur the I».i.LY BUN, a four page uiieot of twenty-eight columns, the price by mail, postpaid, is :>■> cents a mouth, ur $d.50 a yuar; or, including the Sunday paper, an eight-page sheet of rlfty aix columns, tho price is bo cunts a mouth, or *7.71) a year, pottage paid. The Buuday edition ot THE BUN is also iuruishod separately at £1.20 a year, post age paid. The price of the WEEKLY SUN, eight pages, fifty-six columus, is $1 a year, post age paid. For clubs of ten sending $10 we will send an extra oopy free. Address 1. W. ENGLAND, Publisher of THE SUN, New York City, THE HERALD PRINTING HO USE Has facilities for doing JOB WORK notequaiedin South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office a call and secure work at San Francisco Prices and of a San Francisco finish and style. A "I (a m susrat noma, amu warned <P JLsa Oauttand term* free. TBUK « CO., Aeiasta .Melae. ■irlMtwl, ! GRAND OPENING OF FALL I WINTER STYLES Commencing; Oct. 1, 18SO. L. POLASKI & SON, 58 Main Street, Corner Commercial, T a J, c . ?. , r e , ll^. v 'PJ>r««entlne; their Elegant Htoor of Fall and Winter DRY GOODS A»l)CUlililliBiiilhfln(iiei»i]j gentlemen cf Lo. Angelea and vicinity. Oar <bii. season Is without a doubt ibe moat elegant assortment of NOVKIiTiW ever opened In this city. We call particular attention to the following: Ladies' Latest Styles in Black and Colored Cloaks, Dol mans and Ulsters; Cloak and Dolman Ornaments and Trimmings, the Latest Novelty; the Latest Styles and Colors for Fall and Winter Dresses; Fancy Goods, the Very Latest; Gent's Fall and Winter Clothing; Gent's Furnishing Goods, the Latest Novelties, all Colors; Trunks and Valises, all sizes. and all are cordially invited to call and Inspect our new Btook. KEMEMBER THE PLACE, Xj, Polaskl db Son, 58 Main St., corner Commercial. Go to A. S. McDonald, The Leading Boot and Shoe Houee of Southern California, Was Established May Ist, 1869; r am proud to say that I kept my ~ _~,,,„,. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS Will bo held at the following plates aad addressed by tbe following speakers! Monday, Nov. 1, Santa Ann: UR. J, CAMPBELL SHOItB. Downey City, Monday, Nov. 1: T. B. BROWN, W. I). SIKPIIENSON.' Santa Monica, Monday, Nov. 1: It. It. 8 O'MELVENY, V. 11. HOWARD. By order of tbo Jentral Committee. NOTICE. Having resigned the agency of tha Mu tual LI to insurance Compiiny, 1 take pleasure in announcing to my friend* and patrons (hat 1 have been appointed Agent for Los Angeles county or tbe EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society OF NEW YORK, And would call their attention to the IMPEOVED Plans of Life Insurance and especially lo I be INCONTESTABLE Policies ol this Compnny. The Equitable bas always beeu knowu tor Its lair treat ment of policy holders, liberal dividends and prompt settlements. Its net surplus exceeds tbat of any other Life Insurance Company lv America. M. KKKMKK, AGENT, 4 SPRING STREET, Temple Block, o:i-i\v Los Angeles. WARNING. All persons Indebted to R. I . Collins, of the Central Meat Market, >o. *7 Spring street, are warned against paying money to Robert Thompson without a written order from me. _ coLLixra * dooaw. Loe Angelea, Oei.St. use. -V RiTorey & Sperrv, bURNIHHEHS or Mining Supplies, 88 LiBEETT 8T„ STISW TOU. MACHINERY. STEEL SHOES AND DIES * FT Ell many years of p»ti«nt rentes, fa and experiment, ye bave •nceeeded ia producing Stool shoes and Steel Dte. for Quartz Mills, which are unequalled toe durability, strength and economy; tbey will wear three times longer than any iron, shoos. We manufacture, and contract to erect, Oold and (Mirer Reducing aad Amal gamating Machinery in all its details, Pans, Separators, Concentrators, Jigs, Book Breakers and Furnaces. All orders promptly filled. Examina tions solicited. Address MOREY k SPERRY, 88 Liberty St., Ms* Talk. Special Notice! The LEWIS BROS, take pleasure la announcing to their cnslomsrs aad tha rublto that they have. latMlrmi ttom New V .ra and Philadelphia, dlrset, f% j CAKES BOOTS andSHOta(handsewed), which, for quality aad sly le, are supanesr Ja to anything ever brought lata Los tsjfjai . , lee. Our customers and tea •rally are lo.luml lo lasasit ocr asm, j it * Sa> MRlftt, Stfw Waitf'W'i