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FRIDAY OCT. 14, 1881. Herald Steam Printing House. The facilities of the Hkkai.u Steam printing House lor doing Job work are uot surpassed lv California outside of San franouoo and Saoramento. All work en trusted to us will be exeuuled with neat uess and dtapatoh at ths lowest living sates. Wli have received a very inter esting brochure entitled "Broder lok and Gwln," written by James CMeara. It embodies an elabor ate aud graphic picture of a musi exciting phase uf tbe politics of California. No man is more com petent to treat of tbe subject tbau thia gentleman. Hie knowledge of the epoch is exhaustive and de rived trom personal experience. Hia stylo ia nervous, pictorial aud vivaolous, aud we kuowof uo more attractive reading tbau is embodied In the 244 pages of bis little book. As almost every old-time Califor nlau is interested in the recital ut tbe struggle between Broderick and Gwln, Mr. O'Meara's work should have a large circulation throughout tbe State. The Repablicaus bave carried Ohio by au increased majority oyer the vote bad at the last Stale eleotlen.— Evening Mapreii. W* would like to aek uur es teemed contemporary where it gets Ita authority for thia statement. Ii it ia In possession of auy telegrams sanvaylog such information ite readers would bave been glad tv have perused them in the columns of the Empreu. Further, we ven ture to say tbat the Republican party baa no mojority of any kiud, Inoreased or diminished, iv Ohio tbla year. Waiving tbe question of majority, however, every tele gram which we have read shows tbat the Legislature is regarded by both partiea as in doubt, Aa at tbe last election for tbe Legisla ture the Republicans bad two thirds of both houses, we would again ask our contemporary where "lbe Inoreased majority over tbe "vote of laet year" comes in. THSBB 18 evidently upon tbe part of tba Republican-* of tbe Unite States Senate a disposition to on- Senator Bayard as President pro <»m. of tbat body. Tbey oouut upon tbe traitor Mabooo aod tht old intriguer Davis, of Illinois, as the ugents in consummating this infamous project. They are evi dently restive al the Idea that a gentleman and a square man. for a little while, should preside ov. r tbe deliberations of tbe Unite*: States Senate. Let tbem turn Bayard out, if tbey will. We bav repeatedly announced tbat we don't care a ban bee for tbe offl ra What we have languished for for long years, was ttie bugle cal which would dress up the Demo cratio ranks. If the Republicans want to play the roe of disorgan ized, all right, say we. Two cat play at that game, and we are ready to see tbe curtain roll up to morrow on what will be a very in teresting play befoie it is rolled down again. Teire is no question of the facl that one of the most controvertet points of tbs future will be as ti whether the physicians in attend ance upon tbe late President Gar field were not responsible for hi deatb, ratber tban tbe bullet of tbe cowardly miscreant Guiteau. Ths position of Cuuduraugo Bliss is substantially thit his prognosW was perfect if only his diaguosit bad been accurate, Tbis is equiv alent te the position uf a scholastic of tbe middle ages wbo should say tbat If bis premises had been goon bis minor and major conclusions would have been inevitable. Io tbe one oase tbe diagnosis, and in the other tbe premises, would be radically defeotivs. Tbe Hera lv early called attention to tbe immi nent danger of allowing a Cuudu rango quack to "boss" a case so fruitful of family and general grief and political consequences as clustered around the fate of Gat field. In tbis respect our attitude was substantially tbat of our great New Yotk namesake, although tbe metropolitan journal did not, as Wo did, give its forebodings the conorete name of Cundurango Bliss. Really some of tbe men wbo oontrol tbe Republioan press of tblr State can discount Pecksniff in tbe political morality line. We regret to say tbat our vivacious eontem porary, tbe Han Franclsoo Evening Pott, is of thu number. Tbat jour nal boa been posturizlng In a ridic ulous way upon tbe rightful eleva tion of Thomas Francis Bayard to tha Preoldency of the Senate of tbe United States. We happen to have a pretty (borough acquaintance with tbe accomplished gentleman who owno and controls the Pott, and we know tbat nothing would have so excited his oontempt as a Democratic ourrender at a moment when euob laches would bave been simply Inexcusable. If the Demo eratio Seaatora had failed to elect Mr. Bayard President pro tern. of the Senate it ought to have accom panied the act by a formal dlsband ment of tbe party. Personally there la nobody wbo Is less of a Pecksniff tban tbe proprietor of tbe Fill, yet he allows his paper te snaffle and sniffle in the approved partlzan mood. If tbere could oome a time In which the Poll might be converted fiom a Repub lioan Into a Democratic organ It would be after tbe Democratic party bad dove two or tbree manly and sensible things like the elec tlon of Bayard to tbe Presidency of tbe Senate. THERE is one future about tbe preparations to build tbe Normal Scbool uf Loa Afgeles which re quires, Id this secttou, au attention quite übsorbiug if uot admiring, l.i begin with, tbe building, aa most people uuderstand it, is tv be erected lv the Pueblo of Los An geles, Yet we Bud, iv tbe notice to lumber dealers, tbat they are to apply, (ul s:i-s and details uf lum ber, to the Messrs. Curletl& Kisou, architects, at San Francisco. The Steretury of a board entrusted with responsible duties at Los Angeles datea bis specifications from Sau Jute. Wb«/ tbla ls thus it puzzles us to uuderstand. If it is derigned to bhut Los Angeles people out ol all competition in the premises it :is accomplishing Its purpose very perfectly. Why, we would like tv ask, should nut Charles H. Allen, the Secretary of tha Board of Trus tees, deport bis prtcious body to Los Angeles and issue bis ptonun eiamiento from this place? It is auppoeed that tbe people of this section are principally interested iv the building of a Los Angeles Nor mal School; but, as a mat ter of fact, the whole thing is made to revolve arouuo dan Jot* and Han Francis co. Tbere is another peculiarity about it all that we cannot exactly uuderstand. At their former meet ing the Boaid said, ou opening tbe bids, that if they were not going to build tbe .Normal School of wood they would have accepted the plana furuiabed by Kysor & Mor gan, architects, of this city, a* beiug, by long odds, tbe beet. "II "we were going to build the edifice "of brick," said the Board, "we "should of course, have accepttd "the uurivsled plan of the Messrs. ' Kysor & Morgan." Now that the Board have concluded tufall back upon bride, the Los Angeles architects are coolly ignored. It the gentlemen cottcerued are not too much occupied, we should be glad to have an txplanatiou of this anomalous Btate uf things. Ifcon -istency is a jewel, the Board, it -perm- to us, ure content witb paste imitations of tbe geuuiue article. There is eoniethlug very offen live to lue spirit of the agv when tbe autocrats of Russia, Ger many and Austria successively as semble ami bold conferences, with .he well understood idea of a re vival of the old so called Holy Al liance, which was an alliance un holy in every conceivable respect. \ rotten and a detestable dyuasiy is that of Rutsia, dotted over witb horrors tbat excred tbe drear am) grisly visions of a nightmare, Prom Ivan tie Terrible to Peter the Great Brute, every Incideut of tue history of tbat empire iscrowii sd wi.h inexprt—ib c enormities, [van, chopping i ff, witb his owt hands, the h ads of so-called crim inals, was not half so disgusting a •pectacle as Pettr the Great Brute standing by »nd seeing his own son agonizing on the torture wheel. Paul, a good uatured, half lunatic, strangled in his own pal ace, is oue of the mildest forme of tbe Blue Beard accessories of the Roman* 0 dynasty. That family concedes nothing to the spirit of tbe nineteenth century. The pres ent craven Emperor, wbo dare not let it bo Itnown that tie Inieuds to take a pleasure drive or pay a visit of cour tesy to neighboring powers, is marching belter men than himself, by tbe ten thousand, to the horrors of Siberia. In the face of such au iusolent autocracy, it is pleasant f»r the lovers of freedom to kuow tbat, while such imperial miscre ants coucede nothing to tbe age in wbicli tbey live, the scientific equipment of a progressive era is fraught with unspeakable terrors to tbem. While tbey can submit patrlotlo women to the knout and afterwards send their abused bodies to tbe underground mines of Sibe ria, Science is evolving most aston ishing results from the fulminates of mercury, silver aud gold. An ounce package of fulminate of mer cury disposed of Alexander the Second. It is in evidence that tbe explosion of this delicate parcel of an innocent reglsterer of tempera tures excavated a space eight feet wide around the unfortunate predecessor of tbe present Em peror, making a jelly of bis llnib aad body. We are inclined to think tbat all well meaning men would be inclined to welcome a surcease of autocratic pretensions and of scientific inventions in the explosive live, as well. The ful minate of silver ls said to have an explosive euergy equal to the square of that of meicury, while that of goM la equal to the * quart er th? former. Lovers of the hu man race might well be excused fer calling for botb the suppression ef the Romanoff dynasty and ot the scientific investigators who are discovering explosive- of such un speakable energy. A compromise might well be in order which would resp*'Ot lhe rights of man, aod coucede tbe helplessness oi those who have hitherto claimed to misrule by the rigbt divine ol kings. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. [Special to the Hkbals by the Western Onion TelegTaph Company. | PACIFIC COAST. ■TOOK KKFDHT SAN KRANOISOO STOOK AND EX CHANGE BOARD. UOBKIKO BKBBIOH 8a» r'RAsnlsne, Oot. 18. •"TOOphtr, 7 8(1 Kentuck. 2. 0 mi Mexican. t% ISe B teller. I to i.95 llf W* U, Th, IM 670 .s ■ M'U. 15>4 tw I! A i 12% 15% 15% 4i Cala, Oio 535 Ks, ueijuer 1.25 2260 Savage, 8 75, 4, S2n S'gbelehtr, 7». 4(5 7% B*s CouVa, D.6% SM 100 overman '.'5 Shi Obollai, 2.45, 2.H) :<H> Uulo , l«, v, 2.45 25 ' alta. 4 5j 450 Potosl, 2.95, 3 ...i occidental. 1.45 545 H4N , S 411. 346 1.0 Andes, 1 70, 1% 8 60, 8 40. .14. 4SUB I" 1 '" 1.70, 600 Point, 1 80, 1.85 1.85, 1.85 s 6 125 J.aoket, 4.80 OPEN 80ARD—4.45 P. M. Sierra Nevada, \&\_ b. 16% a; Gould * Curry. 7H t>, 8S a; Jacket, J. 20 b, 4.25 a; Imperial, 15c b, 20 a; oh. il.o, 2)4 s; Belcher, 1.90t>: ophir.7b; Scorpion, i,70 b; Albiou, 2.30 l| crown Point, 1 70 b, 1 75 a; Best A oelcber, 12% b; Mezicun 9 s; Justice, 70c b, 76 a; 1,. dit overman, 1 40 b, 1.45 a; savage, S U0 b, 3.96 a; Cnollar, 240 b; Hale & Noroiuss 8.;*5 b; Potosl, 3s; Con Virginia,2.ls b, 2)t a; Union, 14 s. fuMeUKem Siiulh stud ISast. Fresno, OU., Oct. 13 —The fol lowing is tbe 11st uf passengers for tbe South anil East ou the train which passed tins place at 5 p. M : H White, O H Br-x&VM, C01t.,i,; Missßoße Gibeou, F VV Hepburn, rucson; A U Nitniuk, Pittsburg; b" B Cbalberdiu, St Louie; D O Ad .me, Loudon; B Dnble, J A Davidson, T B Wis*, J Kyau, San FrsnctsC"; LA.Pr.tt, airs Pratt aud two children, Katisae; L Moore, Mis* Moore, Z iruowski; A Asher, Pbosuix; E L Lmdsley, New Yoik; A Newuiau, Idaho; Miss Doherty, Cincinnati; A El-ereer; Mis P Hirebfeld, Mi*s L J Hammond, C X Mliber, M D Ksugnoy, Los An gelee; J M Miller and family, Oak laod; J D Arnold, Ills. ue«i«ao«ivt> Fire.iv emu Fr»,.co*ei., San Francisco, Oct. 13 v.— About baif psst 3 o'clock tbis af ternoon a fire broke out In the up stairs "blacksmith shop ou Spear, beiwe-fi Miseion und Howard streets, and ulmosl instantly oom awoloated to the California plan ing mill, on tiie corner of Hnward. Tbis btiiMlii-K, covering a U'ty vara lot, and tilled with ttie most com bustible material, was In a few minutes a uiaaa of tire, A half gale was blowing from tlie north west, and the flames eoou leaped across Spear sireet ami attacked Wigmore's lumber yard, spreading to tlie saloon ou the corner and iheuce down Howard street nearly lo Stewart, nnu-uming a number of -iuhll estab labmen s, locKidtuK Qreen's liugmg loft, Cliase & Wright's ship Carpenter shop ami Rlchards's coal yard. D»i-s & Wesiou's lumber yard, on the op posite side of Howsrd, WaS M-Vni:ll times ou tire, but was esiinguißhed wiib slight damage. lhe Ui) box factixy, north ol whtro the tire started, suff-red some los. of lum ber iviug outside. The lose on tlie Califoruia mill, ow » by W. J. Adams, Is about $60 000; Wlg morr's los. about tOr- Siltfe, ill sured for $-6 001). Other losses will pr bib y urlug tbe aggregate up to $150 000 Fnrili.-r ss.l nsl.ra af sis* Fire. San Francisco, Oct. 18 h.—The Spear eiieel t.r- Is still burnmn, but Ihe fl.raes are condueo o the limits previuu-ly given. It is now slated that the l<>si on i li- Calif r via mill will reueb at ie*at $100,000 After the Are was partly subdued, two bodies, Chane l beyond reuotf nltion, were found in the rear of ihe bunding in which tbe fin. started. I' Is luoro than probable thai they were workmen in the Ciliforuia mill. About ninety tn« n were employed there, and so rapid was the spread of the fl m-s that many escaped with diffliiulty. The canui ng establishment of Code <fc Elfeit, fronting on Main street, was somewhat damaged iv the rear, and It is probihle that fuller information will hriug the loss up lo n.ar a quarter of a million, with light insurance. Held o„ Tlirro C'lßHraes, San Francisco, Oct. 13 b.—J. D. Connolly,sand lot Justice of the Peace, was belt! to answer to day on tbree charges of assault to murder. FiHlslieil li, Arr«yn -ttrtpil*. San Luis Obispo, Uot. 13th.— The railroad is completed to Arro yo Grande, aod the first shipment from tbat place was made to- lay, Consisting of 3,000 sacks of wheat consigned to Karuest, Walle & Co. SJnuw Ml Dnwulsvine. Downieville, Cal., Oct. 18! b.— Tbere was a light fall of snow here to-day. Tlie Cusdi mi suu Caelsie--*Bae»f>a BBS Iternvlari', TUCSON, Oct. 13th.—A special from San Carlos says the couut to day was 3040, or five more than last week, sbowiug that tbere have been no desertions for the warpai h. The mau killed at the Point of Mountain, about ten days ago, w*s John Gibbons, alias Hair Tngger. John was a well known character of Arizoua and New Mexico. A epsolal from Charlesion cays that Jerry Union, tbe man under arrest fur the murder of Merrillo, a year ago, and also for the shooting of a Mexican here last Sunday, es oaped last night. He was alloweii great liberty, not beiug confined or Ironed. Some time after 12 o'oiock he left town, but was captured iv l'uoson early tbis morning. Disposition, ol t*„,aai,»a a roous- eilierNMWi. Willcox, Oot. 18th.—Your cor respondent, In conversation with Col. Sanford, this morning, as tn the probable whereabouts of tbs hostile Chirieanuae, was informen ny him that the torae under til comma id, comprising e'ghi ootn p nn-s of cavalry, were ut different points along the border and patrol mg the entire country for over Su miles—Bernard aud command vi tbe Ousdalupe mouutaius, Wagner and two companies at or near Che San Bernardino ranch aud Mc.Lei lau's oommand at the souhean corner uf tbe Chiricabua inoun tains; tbat the Indians lied pass- d across tbe line betwe-.n Hsu Ber nardino and Guadalupe ctD iiij ' bat he considered that any raid in large bands would not ooour, but that small partus might make incursion, from the Mexican side. Every effort will be made to pre vent thl« by conetaut eurvelllaooe from old Fort Mason, Dear Kltob en'- It turn, east to tbe Guadalupe mount -.Ins. A lot of norm arrived here tbl* morning from California for tbe 8 h Cavalry. Gen. Keltnn, Ad jutant General of tbe I) vision of the Pacific, la expecttd here to morrow. Col S'Dfnrd has received reports from Major McLellan. He cays he has scouted tbe east aud west siihs of the Cbiroahuu range, dndlng no hostiles He crossed tbe trail of Bernarri'r troops about ten miles nortli of the Han Bernardino ranch, leading southwest. His command Is expec ed to arrive here to-moi. row. Advices from Wagner, who Is at the Nan Bernardino rauch, cay tbat his Hualapai soouta are scouting the country, but lind DO Indians, they having evidently crossed into Mexico. The tele ttr,nh operator at Lorrlsburg, N.M., tins afternoon, cays that a mau n>iin.il Batchelder,'from the Gila, just in, report- having a Bglit with Indians in Stein's Potk rauge, about twelve miles north of the railroad, and he cays that one mau was killed and that four are miss ing. They were looking for stolen stock when I'm .1 upon, and that Baichehlcr came into tihakeepeare for assistance. Have telegraphed to Lordsburg for difiuite informa tion. EASTERN. t i'IC.I •« V. i wild UWsl»l|V. Washington, Oct. 13th.—The President and Cabinet leave for York town ou Tuesday next. The Krench guests start Monday, visit ing Mount Vernon on the way. Admiral Porter goes down to-mor row to arrange the naval pro gramme. The diplomatic corps will be presented to Pr sident Ar thur to-morrow. To-day Secreta ry Kirkwood and tlie heads of bu reaus of tho interior Department paid their respects to Secretaries Blame and Windom. Postmaster General James conferred with the President early this afternoon on tbe subject nf minor appointments, which need to he made, and a number of Senators called. Tbere is roach speculation with regard to Cabinet changes. Secretary Windom was asked If bis visit lo lbe President had any connection with his retirement. He replied that it ; n I uot, nud that no official oommuhloattoD on the subject had yet reached hltn. Judge Folger and ex-Governor Morgan, both of New Yolk, continue lo be tile most prominently mentioned in con nection with thes'icc-ssion There appears to he a deepening impres siou that with the exception of changes iv the Treasury Depart ment and Department nl Justice, the present exectn ive officers will continue Ull December. C j,.'* 1,, -ttusr Bnrard. Washington, Oct. 13 —The Re publican senators met in caucus ■oou after iho ailj uinincnt of tlie Senate. The proposition to select Senator Daviil Davis as a candi date to di-piace liayard as Jfrest dt-nt pro tern, was at once consid ered. A discussion ensued and snme opposition to it wus manifest ed, hut It mbs finally agreed to by a deoided nn j irity. A resolution promi sing Hit election of a success or ti B lyard will probably be in troduced to-morrow, and theu, un der tlie lule, a single objection, which win undoubtedly be forth' oouilit, will postpone Us consider ation f r one day. ■"li- C.«,»i»ir•«* to be enrrleil Obi. Washington, Oct. 18 —The Re public .ns iuve Determined to sup port D'Vle fur President pro tern. oftheS-nate, provided that gen tleman ones uot objeot and it is expected that his ooileage, Senator L' gan, will make a mmiou to that etleoi to-morrow. Senator Davis keeps bis own counsel now as he has always done, bill iieptiblicaris s»y there is reason, in tlie consis tency of hie enures hitherto, to be lieve that if ttie office comes to him Unsought, lie will serve aud wnl refrain from voting upon the question himself. It is understood the Republicans have concluded not to make a coutest for reiarysbip at this be-jsiou aud tbat the Democrats may elect their candidate. The Kepublicaus seem determined not to compro mise nn Ihe committee question and will vote for Edmunds's reso lution whenever il shall be re ceived. There is not much dispo sition as yet shown hy the Demo crats to oppose a change in the Presidenoy of the Senate by dila loiy mot tune, but to suffer things lo take their o nirse. The outlook 10-uigtit, notwithstanding the pro posal to dieplaoe Senator Bayard, points to a short session. Nuiiminletl f«ir Cuna-reas, New York, Oct. 13th.—James W. Wadsworth was nominated for Congress on the first ballot to-duy. Oi-iunuriitiu ataie Cemniittee Or- MT».nlseit. Albany, N. V , Out. 13th.—The Democratic Slate Committee or ganized with Dahiel Manning, of Albany, as Chairmen, Ex-Mayor Cooptr, of New York, was chosen Chairman of the Executive Com mittee. Tlie lieudqu irters of the Committee for tho campaign will be at Albany, fr-.M.in- s-ire lit riitiMtieiiibis,. Philadelphia, Oot. 13.—Chas H. liandbi-rgei's mill, owned by Joseph Harney, 1711 Randolph street, was burued to-nieht. Tbe fire broke out about 9:45 P M. Neighbors rushed to the building aud saw tlie operatives at the win dows on the thinl and fourth floors. They called to tbs girls uot io jump as a ladder would be brought, but several, of the girls sprang from the windows. The shrieks ol the people iv the build Ing, where t;suape was cut off, were heartrending. Most of them Jumped tv tlie sidewalk aud a f.-w escaped by the elevator rope. It Is believed tbat one-half of those in jured will die. At least 20 persons were injured. Ouo girl is reported killed ootright by sinking ou tbe -teps. S »me operativeare thought io be his nd iv the ruiue. The fire is supposed to have originated from sparks from an electrlo light Brine- a lot of material on the teu oud floor. 1,...., Ei*ciioa r-iu.us. Dks Moines, Oct. 18th.—Up to this t>ms in i returns irom 68 of be U9 counties of tbe State give Sneriuau (Kh|i ), for Governor, iver tbe Democratic Candidate, a vet majority of 84 500. Partial re turns from the remaining counties indloate that his to'al majority wll| he between 4H 000 and 50,0(10 The Democrats concede 40 OilO ma jority. The Regiater'a return, or the Legislator" give the R-mihlic ans 44 of the 50 Senators and 78 of the 100 Representative, The Green back vote Id the Sate has fallen off bO per cent eince last yer. NEW TO-DAY. »anted. Two furnished rooms, with bo**rd, for three per**onn, wltliln two or tbree bloc* r of ihe eostulflce. Addreai P. o. box 348 OU lw Wanted. To buy asmaM farm or rent a larue one; will pay oa*h rent or give a shan of the proceeds, or will take charge of a ram-h or orchard and take land 111 pay men. Address FA It M Klt, Te mescal, San Bernardino counly, Cal. oH lw TO EXCHANUE. . Auy person desirous of cxchanglnci improved or unimproved business prop erty or vine or trim lund, improved, for Improved properly lv Oaklaud, or lor n flue brick residence property in Brook lyn, N. V., will please address I. O. box 5J3. • 011-lw Horse and Phaeton. Any person having a good, geutte, family HOBBB and I'll jE lON for ml* reasonable will please undress Box 618, Los Angeli a Po toltice. 014-lw FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR RENT. A good spacious house in tun "West End;" city water; flno view; lame lot, with orange and other trees: location, none superior; within two or three ntiu rates* walk of street earn. Addr*sn look box 812, Los Angeles P. O. ol2_w TOR SALE. A TWO-STORY DWELLING!, NO. 9 F >RT ST., 10 rooms, w.tli all modern im provements. A Uieat Bargain. Enquire at premises for particulars. o9 lm Part of Store to Rent, Witb nice front window. Apply at 28 Spring street. The Sinner Manulaotur- Ing Company. W. H. TUl'Hl l.h, oBlw Agent. FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FAKM OF 80 ACRES; two ariesian wells; orchard and vlnevar lof 20 acres. Inquire of A. \V. POTTS, County Clerk's offloe. m25-lw FOR RENT. ••"FARMING LAND ln Los Angeles county, tv quantities lo suit. TERMs—i»ue-rifth of crop, in sacks, furnished by owner. Apply to superintendent Snnla Anita Ranch, Los Augelen count v, Cal., or ad dress k. j Baldwin, Tha wdtm, San Francisco, Cal. a9-im FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located aud neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, one block from Posiomce. d3ltf TO LET. NEWLY FIT UN IHH E D Sun ny Rooms at No. ft F.RST BTRJ6ET, ouly a few steps from the Postoifloe. mUI-lm Kimball Mansion, NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANOELES, Cal. awSPAOIoOS P vklors, Flue Suites, aud Large Single Sunny Kooms, contain ing all modern oouvenienoes. •sTTUE TABLE supplied with the best th' market affords. fe2Jtl MKS. M. H KIMB W.L. Prop. tJK_=_»CAPITALISTS, notloe tblslll SPLE.MdU INVKSTMKNf in city property ts offered; will net Ift per cent. Call ou C win lE. JV2S nsro Room 4", Temple Block. — H. SLOTTED BECK 7"7 Mii i» Street. Guns, Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition. Cutlery, ........AND SPOKTL"VG GOODS OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Also a fine SHOOTINO GALLERY. REFAIBING OF FINE GUNS A SPECIALTY. Bl2tf TO I^E^HJE: Farming Land in Loa Angeles Couuty. iv Quantities to Suit. TERMS—One-fifth of ciop, in sacks, fur nished by lessor, and the pasture af tercrop Is off. Will also lease on favorable tornu Two to Five Thousand Acres '(.long line ol railroadin Puente Rancho for two years Apply to Superinteudout Santa Ani a Ranch, Los Annates connty, or address E. J. BALDWIN, The Baldwin Hotel, San Francisco. 02-lm Golden Gate Academy, OAKLAND* Rev. H. E. Jewett, Principal. A HOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND YOUNG MEN. Qualifies for State University an l for business Hie. Terms lor board, tuition, washing, lights, etc., 170 per quarter, payable in advance. Mr. Jewett expects to be in Los Ang eles from Oct. 6th to 12th, and will be glad to glvo any information lv regard to the Golden Gate Academy 'o any who may be expecting to send sons away to school. He mar be addressed. care Rev. C. J. Hutchlus, Los Augeles, Cat. 01-d&wlru-ap County Warrants, etc. I buy Witness Fees, Jury Fees, City aud County Warrauts, Judgments, and ail kluds of claims. C. WHITE, Attorney al. Law. ess-Room 4U Temple Block. n3ti-ly POISON OAK. MOOKE'M KI.MEDV A SURE CURE. It kills pain, ltohlngaud Inflammation at once. TRY IT. For sale by all drug, gists. Price, 25 cts. a box. my6-Bm.lt! WANTS- -LOST—FOUND. Wanted. By a respectable woman, a Mtuatlon to do general housework ln a rirlvale laml j-j el y prelerred. enquire at. the VlekPburg House, n'2 8t Blacksmith Wanted. A NO. 1 BLACKSMITH WANTED. Apply at tho LANKERSUIM MILI.S. <>8-lw I VIPrtOVEO PLACE WANTED I wish to pur, hate an improved place with n the-dty I'inits; price not to ex oeed tf 60i) Pleat© cail at iso. 33 Stnse vaine stieet. 08-ltv Wanted. By a gentleman and wife, furnished room-* lv a private faui ly, with board: parlor stud bed-room adjoining desired; mail he nei'r thestrtetcar line. Address P. O box 7o*o. 06 I w Vaquero Horses Wanted. 20 VAQTJBBO BORS KB, irom Tour to six years ol<i; need not be broken. Address, stating price, R. M. POGSON, o_ lm MauagerTtJou Kanch. Rare Chance for a Lady fo sec uro a hil' int crest In B dressmak ing establishment and a new patent ar tlcle, wuich soils readily and is used in every lamily. For particulars, enquire at 2 Temple street, Oia-lW J. B QUINN A Co. Furnished Rooms wah Board Pleasant, furnished rooms, with board, •it MRS. WHITNEY'S, .ruiuau house, No. 3i Sixth street, above Olive. slBtf Horses—Notice to Stock Men. A VALUABLE OAKLAND RESI DENCE, two minutes walk from rail road depot, siiuaiedon one ol iho prin cipal streets, will be excuauged for Cali fornia or haif-irieej mares and colts. For farther pait oulars address W. B. H., Rooms 66and t>6, No, 880 l'me street, Sau Francisco, Cal. slB-law-i.f F O UND! A place where a flue cup of coffee or pot of tea, with nice lunch, FuR TEN CENTS, _i Iso, pure milk lurnished In any quantity. Baked Head and Brow n Bread Boston style every day. SMITH'S COFFEE HOUSE.No. 8 COM MERCIAL STREET. JySO-Im MINES FOR MARES. The subscriber wishes to exchantre several minium claims In the best locali ties In Arizona lor first-class brood mare-. Address, I, W LORD, Jyl7tf Los Auyeles. FOR SALE. The property known as the GERMAN BOHOOL, at toe coiner of second and Charity streets and banker Hill avenue, if* tor t-ale at a very reasonable price. For further par tlon lart inquire of L Licit iEN Hb:RG-_R, MalO sireet. s2otf Express copy. SBO G OTO LOAN On first-class real estate necnrityatG percent, net, ju ■araa nf $tO,OQO or over. B iquire at the HKRALDcfflce oe 13-1 in isiditY TO LOAN Thirty rhousand dollars to loan ot s< veu per c.-nt. net, to rhree year.'', T.E. ROWAN 4 'O , 0013-3t 75 uowrisy Bock. BOARD nnd ROOMS. 206 SPRING ST. Private Boarding; Sunny Rooms, en ■.ulte or f.|m<to, tarnished witb All th* Oomforta or an elexani private home; six minutes walls from the Postoffice. •nr: erms very reasonable. Jyi2-0m A Practical Course with the panish Language, HY MONSANTO AND L4N uIIELLIER. Introduced lv Los Angoles by PROF. ouyas. Foraal.lbtbe bookstores, Jy!7-!m Teutonia Hall, NO. 100 MAIN ST., U. S. BUILDING Frohllnger & Mathleson, PROPRIETORS. .•■WINKS. LIQOOBB, 810 EH, ALE and CltlAßSof the oest brands. «s»-LU OHKB of all kluds supplied on short notice. felgU NOTICE. To Whom It May Concern: Durin ! my absence I P. M. POO SON, Esq., to manage my affairs at my Ranchos In Kern and Los \ngeles coun ties, Slate ot Ciilllornla. lie alone is au thor izeu to sign my name. E. F. BEALE. San Francisco, August 21.1851. t2Mm Help Wanted. 500 MEN, $2.00 per day; Board $1.00 por week. Three meu, German or Swede, on a tauch; one man who understands Uri gatiiiK: one hoy to drive horses and make himself useful about a ranch; one woman for general house work iv Kn-ali family; two wirls lor light, housework. 20 able bodied men, $t!.25 per day, Cuambormoid, Gerumn or Spanish. German girl i n general housework. Chambermaid In a lodging hou-e. one porter: 9Strong bova on a ranch. No lee required In advance. Apply at J. B. QUINN A 00*8 Employment Office, il Temple street, Los Augelt r. Branch oiflce, 207 Camp street, Tucson, Arleona. au7tf AGRICULTURAL PARK. Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by Iho bonrd ot Irlreeiors ol Directors oftlie District *grlculi.ural As sociation No 0. ut ihe office oi th* secre l«ry, up to I o'clock p. M. IHURSDAY, Oct.. 20lh, lor the followlug prrvllegi.-s: For Keeping a Restaurunt; For the Sale of Fruits; For Pool l-clllug; For Keeping Bars in the Grand Stand and Club House, to bo let together; AT THE PARK during the Coming Fair. Awards will be made to the highest and best bidder. Approved security re quired for the payment by those lv whom awards are made. Bongd reserves the right to reject any and all blue. By order of the Board. olltd W.J. N EELY, Seoretary. J. G. DeTurk, FEED AND LIVERY STABLES, Near corner of First and Fort streets. •awßuggles, spring wagons and saddle horses to hire. Double team and buggy,.day.„sB.m Two horses aitdnpring wagon, a day. 2 & Horse and buggj, per day- ._ 45T Hall a day ______ 1.60 aWBATIBFACTION QUABANTEED. MM! NEW TO DAY. PARIS. iB3i. FALLAND WINTERlissi. GRAND OPENING! MONDAY, OCTOBER 17th. The stock in our different departments being now complete, the public is cordially invited to examine tbo grandest array of ZDIR,-_r GS-OOZDS, FANCY GOODS AND CLOTHING EVER PRESENTED IN THIS CITY. Silk, Velvet and Plush Department. Dress Silks, Cloaking Silks, Watered Silks, Brocades, Surahs, Satins, Plushes, Plain Velvets, Brocaded Velvets, in Plain and Fancy. Dress Goods Department. ancy Cheviot Suitings, Scotch Tartan Plaids, F French Beige Cloth, Ombre Stripes, Shoodas, Cashmeres, Ombre Plaids, Ladies' Cloths, Waterproofs. Hosiery Department. In this department we have full lines of PLAIN and FANCY, in COTTON and WOOLEN, for LADIES, MISSES, CHILDREN and INFANTS, comprising ALL GRADES and LATEST STYLES. Fancy Goods Department. By a new extension in this department, we were enabled to in crease our assortment in this line. It ia by far the largest and most complete in this city, and comprises everything that is new and fashionable in Trimmings, Ribbons, Niok-Wsab, Bcttoks, etc., etc. Glove Department. SSTWe call special attention to our RIVERSIDE LACED KID GLoVES, which are recognized the BEST in the market. Our STANDARD three, four and six-button KID GLOVES give universal satisfaction. Full lines of Ladies', Misses' and Children's CLOTH and LINED GLOVES. We are offering an unusual bargain of TH RUE-BUTTON KID GLOVES at 60c. a pair. COMPLETE LINES OF Ladies', Misses' and Children's Merino Underwear, Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Felt, Knit and Satin Skirts, Zephyr, Saxony Wool, Germantown Wool, Knitting Yarns, Shetland Wool, Embroidery, Chenilles and Silks, etc. Knitted Goods Department. This department comprises full lines of Ladies', Misses' and Chil dren's HOODS, Ladies', Misses' and Children's SAOQUES and TJLSIERETTES, NUBIAS, LEGGINS and BOOTEES. Cloak Department. LADIES' CLOAKS, DOLMANS and ULSTERS, in all priaes and styles, ranging from $3 upwards. MISSES' and CHILDRENS' CLOAKS and ULSTERS in all prices and styles, ranging from S2 upwards. Clothing Department. Our Clothing Department is now filled with the best of goods. We have the LARGEST ASSORTMENT, FINEST FABRICS, NEWEST STYLES «nd BEST FITTING, and sell at the Low.si' Pricss. SSJT Special attention oalled to a line of NOBBY SUITS made of choice material and of perfect fit, for YOUNG MEN. Our stock of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS is now replete with garments of the Latest Styles. Plain and Revbrsibli ULSTERS, ULSTERETTES and OVER COATS, tor Men, Youths, Boys and Children, comprising every thing NEW and STYLISH. Men's Furnishing Goods Departm't. Stylish Neckwear in all Varieties, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs in all grades, Silk Knitted and All-Wool Merino Underwear, LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Wool and Cotton Fancy Hose, White and Colored Shirts, Collars and Cuffs. Hat Department. Our line of HATS comprise all the NEWEST SHAPES for Men, Boys and Children. O EUGENE MEYER & CO., 17 & 19 Spring St.