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BATURDAY JAN. 5, 18T6.
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y be relied upon at this office.
A Just Demand.
■ • >übllsb, iv oi r local coi
w solutions of 'beWork
-1 "o. 1, of Los Ange-
I lympaihlze with
I and wo call at-
I eration aud jus
f ,d». We confess
I of tbe Chinaman
[ , a monopolist of
L of labor, and the
r jlplessness and often
a a largo portion of
lav laboring class, has
I .„>.. Ted with horror by us.
I Owing lo this sta; <of affair? a
I large proportion of tho rising'gen
•ration is being reared in Idleness,
forming a perfect illustration of
the sentiment of Watts that
"Satan still some miachisf finds
for Idle hands to do."
We bare high hopes of the future
of California. It is no exaggera
tion to say that we have in our
midst all the elements of an em
pin. Our State is as yet in its
veriest infancy. Tbe impression
of the outside world is that hyper
kola Is our most priied rhetorioal
gift, and that we exceed the
Gascon in boastfulness. Yet there
is one significant fact of even our
present development. We hazard
tbe prediction rhat none of the
; I v ' oitt' ,rs who, ten years ago,
oquent as to tbe prospects
irnia nnd of the Pacific
jr dared to predict, asa pon
tile future, us to mineral",
have seen accomplished
Imstock lode, or as to agri
that the t'ay would come
California would, in a single
, export to Europe twenty-five
worth of wheat,
.gicus development iv the
turo is a matter of course in
is, but we have no sympa
i a development which
I not carry with it, as an in-
L aaparable incident of its progress,
\ a homogeneous and noble popula
tion. What was once contempt v
' ausly designated as tbe "mudsills"
of oclety—a self-reliant, prosper
ous laboring class — lis at tbe
bottom of a great California.
; Tl i. iucasiau laboring men and
women if California demand that
thejr»b-.1l be given tbe preference
*>nt the Mongolian in all emplov
i This is a just request, and
say amen to it. We
.apathy with tbe work
w jo talk of quail shooting
-•3 in a country which is
by tbe ballot, or who, by
luation and obscene ges
ieit tbat American ladies
mistresses of Chinamen, as
v did from the steps of our
t House. But, for the
ud sensible working
js Angeles, we have
empathy and accord.
Chinaman is alien in the
d States, and lie should be
'"el tbat be Is not wanted
ilesire to see him re
'•len who build for
.ty trail tbe hello
ion flower and the
eper; in One, by a
bool and church
by, men who will
'our banks with
j, msteud of exporting
.uing sbeckeis to China,
worklngmen of Los Angeles
», th .t the remedy is to be
ii Boharging Chinamen
■■>X Caucasians in their
are not oi
f the a
me treaty, i we!!
ig the new ■
r hirings to Ca . it-
w tho effect is noted
lonthly than ar
i tbe beginning
. jail has been set
*•*!«!« immi ,
ears! Well, they pulled down Its
props and stays. The mistake they
mad* was to suppose that they
could blind and fool the people;
make them think tbat expediency
was statesmanship, that dsma
goguism was patriotism, that v
sham was a real one, or a falee
measure was a true one. They
trampled the Constitution under
foot, aud used the bayonet lo con
trol ballots in order to command
tho vote of a section; they disgraced
the great leader, Sumner, beoaus*
he was honest and refused to be
bribed; they honored the gift lakel
and welcomed " the gift bearing
Greeks;" t hey plunged their arms
shoulder deep, in Credit Mobilier
corruption, and they offered a pre
mium for malfeasance by condon
ing it; they made pledges to the
people to reform the Civil Service,
and they broke their pledges; they
became a hungry horde of place
hunters, aud made war upon tlie
President, who sought to purify
and elevate the service. Alt this
and more, of tbe same sort and to
the same effect they did. and, of
course, they destroyed the coun
try's confidence In the party. Year
alter year the country lias been
voting against it, and now the re
sult of the policy of the leadi rs is
so plainly written by tbe way that
he who runs may read.
The great crime and infamy of
the Republican party is hardly yet
realized by tho people. It found
tbe United States a Republic, with
an abnormal development—Afri-
cao slavery—in on) section of it,
aud it left it tlio most enslaved
nation to be found in tlie world to
day outside of tlie oriental despot
isms. While nominally freeing
the slaves, the Republican party
has enchained labor and handed
over the country, bound baud and
foot, to monopolies and capitalists.
It gave the ballot to the negro, but
showed ita innate contempt for its
sacredaess by counting Mr. Hayes
iuto the Presidency ever a majority
for Mr. Tilden of botli the electoral
and popular votes. After such a
crowning enormity, a party is iv
need of either disintegration or
expulsion from power. The proba
bility is exireme that no party,
with such a stigma upon ii, will
want to live, and that, after its
deoisive defeat In t lie next Provi
dential election, tlie liepublican
party will voluntarily disband
[ The elements which Compose it are
used to taking refuge under now
names, and one alias the more
will not trouble its experienced,
obamcleon-like Old Guard.
It appears that Eugland is not
going to war ou the Eastern quet
. tion, after all. As we never had
the remotest expectation that slie
would, wo are not surprised. When
England backed down from her at
titude on the Schleswig-llolstein
question, tiiat was proof conclusive
to us that, though she might blus
ter at a secure remove, In
her "bright little, tight lit
tle Isle," she would never go
to war against any con
siderable European power. Russia
will dispose of tlie Eastern ques
tion with a supreme disregard of
what Englishmen desire, and it
looks as if she would be abetted by
Germany and Austria in her atti
tude. If England would not aid
the Turk when the odds of battle
were in his favor, there is no
earthly chance of her succoring
him now that he appears to bo in a
bad way. Our own impression has
always been that there Is a thor
ough understanding between Rus
sia, Austria and Germany. We
have no doubt but that, as
soon as the Eastern question is
fairly disposed of, a pretext for war
will be found between Germany
and France. If the Austrian Em
peror is stupid enough to abot such
a programme, aud it is successfully
carried out, his turn will cemo
next, and lie will figure at tbs
leveesof tho Russian aud Gorman
Emperors like a bound boy at a
huskiug, afraid to raise his voice
in pretest and a spp- ator of tbe
dismemberment < ' own Em
pire. We like to
think ■• a, but it
*<• c s .iu
. Russia to parti
.„ between them, If they
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
t»Jp««lal tn tha Herald by tbe Wesioin
UuLjii Telegraph Company, j
ft- ■ rm W + vnttm .Mw»fcti*'<i
Illnck Illlla llrruo.
DeADWOOD, D. T. Jan. 4th.—
Yesterday ten men, employe* of
the Keels Mining Company, were
arrested ou a churge of grand lar
ceny preferred by the Aurora Min
ing Company ior removing ore
from the mining pioperty claimed
by the hitter.
The herd of ponies that so mys
teriously appealed in Speaillsh
Valley, about two weeks ago,
turns out to have been tlie proper
ty of a roving baud of Crow In
dians, from whom they were stam
peded in Powder River Valley by
order of Maj. Evans, Tlie citizens
who held the stook returned it to
Good coal discoveries are report
ed two miles southeast of Kaped.
The newly discovered oil re
gions of the Hills are beg'iiuing to
attract considerable attention and
many parties are locating claims.
Kirn i,nu iiuttt-r on *ii« al an**. Bill.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4.—Senator
Hill, it was lielieved, would vote
for the Bland silver bill, but he
makes tho following outline state
ment: lam unwilling to have the
Democratic parly take a position
which will injure Ihe National
credit and especially unwilling
that the South should abandon all
her old position*! prejudices untl
unquestionable interests, ami join
in tiiis modern demand for the un
limited flee coinage of tlie silver
dollar and With It tile indefinite
postponement of the resumption of
i-pecie payments. As a matter of
poiiey I protest that the Southern
people snail not be put in au ali
tudeofeven apparent hostility ti>
Ihe National credit. Senator But
ler, of S. C, who lias been regarded
as favorable to the Bland bid, has
informed bis friends that he is op
posed to unlimited coiuag* ami that
lie will undoubtedly vote against
the bill iv its present shape.
Omaha, Jan. 4th.— Last night at
hall-past ten, as a train from the
east over the Chicago, Burlington
and Quincy Railroad was ap
proaching Omaba, one of the flues
of tiie locomotive bursted, tilling
the cub with steam and terribly
»ealding Ous Johnson, the tlremau,
who jumped from the train over v
fifteen foot embankment, and re
ceived further injuries by breaking
Ills leg. Engineer John Kennedy
jumped out through a pail of the
cab on the engine, thus escaping
Henry Doble & Co., dealers tn
boots aud Shoos, tailed at 3 P. M.
to day. Liabilities, $14,U0u. Tne
assets are suiil lo exceed this
amount, but they are not iv an
available shape. This makes the
sixth failure iv Om ilia lv the last
Ititieii of laieresilsn* reewe.
New York, Jan. 4th.—ln tlie
Board of Aldermen this afternoon a
resolution was adopted declaring
that greater benefit could be gained
for the city by the discharge of
Wm. M.Tweed from imprisonment
than by his longer detention, and
recommending the Attorney Gen
eral and Corporation Counsel to
release him from imprisonment,
after securing for tlie city such
pioperty as he now possesses aud
after taking means to secure his
testimony necessary in any suits
which might hereafter be brougbt
by the city.
Two men were killed and a third
probably fatally wounded, At Glen
dale, L. 1., by the explosion of a
dynamite cartridge, while prepar
ing a blast.
In the suit of the Western Union
Telegraph Company vs. Geo. Har
rington, T- A. Edison, the Atlantic
and Pacific Telegraph Compauy,
Jay Gould and others, Trustees of
ihe Autniuatio Telegraph Compa
ny and tlie Automatic Company,
Judgo Freed man grunted an In
junction restraining defendants
from bringing or prosecuting any
suits iv relation to tho patents
which cover the quadruplex in
strument, except the Atlantic aud
Pacitic Telegraph Company's suit,
now pending before JudgeVsauford,
aud excepting two suits by Har
rington <fc Edison and the District
of Columbia, to vest the title to the
patents on condition that they
stipulate lou days to allow the
Western Union to put in its equit
able defense to those aotioui. The
order also enjoins the transfer, etc.,
of the patents which are tlie sub
ject of action.
The butter makers met to-day
and passed resolutions forming tbe
Nntioual Association for the pro
teclion of dairy products from
adulteration, for the enforcement
of the statute relative to the sale
of oleomargarine and to procure
uniform State laws regulating the
s tie of the same. Tlie name will
be "The National Association for
Prevention of Adulteration of
ParllrillHis ur Hie Ellaanu Ikifjj.
Washington, Jan. 4.—The Cab
inet was in session two hours. Tlie
discussion wus general upon Mexi
can relations. It was thought
proper to make public the reports
of H. C. Slade, Collector at El Paso,
regMrding ttie rooont troubles. In
B '"iter lo the Secretary of (be
1 r *** tt *J», ilated El Paso, Oct. 23d
the Collector says: "I deeru it my
duty to make y„u acquainted wltu 1
tlie facts reluU»„ to tho recent
troub' on this frontier as near as
t limvb bn-p >h|p. to learn. Al
"i '• 3-t row i our neigh.
• '»• •1 > *4 >■•' 11 . the
Impost' ,„ mas, vrtaio :
M". -Ukit*. Br.i,Kiai-i
however, that the Mexicans killed
the tint man, a Mr. Ellis, who bad
a contract to supply the K*:.g»ra
with provisious, etc. It appears
that many of the citizens hail con
gregated at bis house that evening;
and were Having a convivial time,
when Ellis proposed to go out ami
see what was gcing ou. He never
returned. It is supposed that he
was spying around aud did not halt
when commanded aud was shot, or
that he had obtained some infor
mation while eavesdropping, and
had been caught iv the act. For
(our days they hail tlie Ringers
surrouuded, and had commenced to
tunnel under the buildiug, upon
which a Hag was raised by the Han
gers, for the purpose of Plowing i
up. On the Kith a white flag n
raised by the Rangers for the pur
poso of getting an old man, Mr.
l.oomis, out of the Rangers' quar
ters, who happened to be cajghtln
there when they were surrounded.
The Mexicans also raised a while
flag and Loomis got out. From
this circumstance negotiations
were started and Lt. Tayes asked
them what they wauled. They re
plied thnt they wanted Howard.
They asked Lieutenant Tayes
whether he was hired by Howard
or was on duty and under erders
trom the Governor of the State.
When informed that he was under
Instructions of tho Governor it ap
peared to give (hem a uew idea.
I'bey then told Lieut. Tayes that if
Howard would come over to their
camp aud talk for himself they
thought (ho trouble could be set
tled. Lieut. Tayes went back and
(old How,u l what they had said,
hut (hat he need not go 'thout he
so wished. Howard, hoy, ever, con
cluded to go and Lieut, Tayes weut
with him. The Mexicans then sent
lor Atkinson and Mr. Mcßride
Who had been acting as Howard's
agent ill tlie salt business. Lieut.
Tayes and Howard were In the
room together end Atkinson and
Mcßride outside. The Mexicans
went in where Tayes and Howard
were and told Lieut. Tayes that
they wished to speak with Howard
alone. Lieut. Tayes refused to
leave him, whereupon they took
him in their arms by force and car
ried him out of the room. Iv tlie
meantime the remainder of the
rangers had surrendered. They
disarmed them and plaoed a strong
guard over them. They then took
Howard, Atkinson ami Moßrii o
out to oue side of the town, to a
I lace where they had already dug
i grave, stood them them iv a row,
picked out nine of their best
marksmen aud shot them down.
I'bey held the rangers prisoners
luring the night and released
them the next day, giving them
Lheir horses but retaining their
urns. During the fusiiade two
rangers were killed and, it is
'.bought, three or four Mexicans,
md a number wounded. Since that
lime, the lsth, nothing definite has
been ascertained of their opera
tions or intentions. Not
a single American Is left
in the towu. All have
fled to this town. The Ranjere of
course feel very bitter because of
the treatment they received. The
Mexicans claim that they wanted
nothing but Howard and him they
would have, cost what it might, as
he had killed Caudis, their best
friend. There can be no doubt tbat
many of the mob were from the
other side of the river.
News has just been received that
the Mexicans at Sau Elizario are
taking their families to tbe other
side under promise of tlie officials
there that they will protect them.
The Deputy Collectors' offices at
Elizario aud Goleta have been
closed for two weeks.
European Cable News.
Tim Enatrru 1 iipleniniKuris.
Bayot, Jan. 4.—The Turks si ill
occupy ihe lineof Kara on the Loin
river and guard tlie bridges on
roads to Shtimla. Heavy ice Is
run nine lv t lie Haivibe.
Sr. Petersuug, Jan. 4th.—The
semi-official Russian agency says
in reply to British inquiry that the
Imperial policy is still guided by
the two paramount considerations
of putting an end to constantly re
curring disturbances and avoiding
complications by respecting the
interests of third parties. Assur
ances satisfactory to the British
Uovernmeut and people were given
concerning England's interests
Although Russia then reserved the
contingency of being compelled by
military necessities to oblaiu peace
under the walls of Constantinople it
depends upon England to avert the
contingency by divesting the Porte
of any illusion respecting English
8T Petersburg, Jan. 4th.—A
private dispatch received here an
nounced that only 40,000 Turks re
mained in Roumelia. The Otto
man forces, numbering 70 000, re
maining north of the Balkans, are
distributed among the fortresses of
Osuian Pasha will shortly lie
conveyed to the town or itiaeiin
where he will pass his captivity.
Aalalle < liulent.
Alexandria, Egypt, Jan. 4th.—
I'UO <n>.uttn UU[,vaicU at, JOO
-dah aud Mecca.
Ob«irutiiuua lo ihe Russian Army.
tbKlwtir, ■• ~■ - Tbe JOdiiu\
Tt-tgmph. />•»<; Va Oatflrt aud '.
due regard to English interests, ac
cept tlie position tliut Kussia and
Turkey can settle tlis terms ,ir
peace, subject only to Europe's rat
ification. If tins claim was allowed
England would be debarred, except
under serious disadvantages, from
interfering In defence of her legiti
mate Interests. Karl Carnarvon's
speech, it now seems, was deliv
ered Wednesday, before the Cab
inet Council vi iH was held to
conssider the Kusslan answer to
Etiglaud's note relative to peace
Manchester., January J.—The
luarclian's London dispatch says:
l'he supporters of Lord Beacons
lield's policy, contend that Karl
Carnarvon's speech was intended
not to expound Out to influence tlie
Cabinet's views. There is some
justification for this judgment. It
is no secret that Karl Derby's No
vember speech wus v surprise to
th» Premier and also a source of in
tense annoyance to him, but it is
likewise well kuowu that tho Pre
mier has been (riving instructions
to Layard, Ambassudor at Con
stantinople, over the bead of the
Foreign Secretary. If Earl Derby
attempted lo force tlie hand of one
Section of the Cabinet iv Novein
her, it is equally probable thai
Earl Carnarvon may be resorting
to a similar expedient now that tbe
dangers of the situation have be
come more definite. Such are the
views of those who believe tbat tlie
Earl of Carnarvon's sprecli ex
pressed no more than his personal
opinion. lam bound to say I hey
are in a minority. Some of Earl
Carnarvon's oolleagues may differ
from him on such questions as the
justice und wisdom of the Crimean
war, but they ate perfectly unani
mous as lo the necessity of this
country having a voice iv the li al
settlement. Wednesday aud
Thursday the Cabinet aro under
stood to have uddresied themselves
to some of the difficulties involved
lv tbe means for bunging uuauim
uy to a successful issue. The terms
of peaoe are not now unknown to
them; and, as represented here,
tbey are much more moderate than
was expected. According to one
account, which is accepted in Well
informed quarters the neutraliza
tion of the Dardanelles is
not even mentioned, but there la a
cession of territory iv Bessarabia
to the old frontier. 1 suppose the
independence of Sbi via and Rou
in.una, ihe accession of territory
to Montenegro aud the cession of
Baloum and Kars are parts of the
scheme. Willi the new light thus
thrown upou the situation, it
would uot be surprising if our
government advised the Sultan to
make a direct appeal to Russia.
The Times, referring; to these
conflicting interpretations, says:
"There ought to bo an end to tlie
mystery ami ambiguity which
have of late shaken every interest
in the country. The lime has more
than come when the government
should cease, whether at home or
abroad, to have two voices. The
public have no wish to inquire too
curiously into the idiosyucracies
of individuals or the secrets of
Cabinets, but tbe serious and vital
Interests of the country would he
imperilled by any prolongation of
this ambiguity. The public would
Justly resent any fresh euoourage
uieut lo recant. The policy upon
which the country is resolved and
to which the ministry are pledged,
is one recommended not only by
expediency but by justice and hon
or, and auy menace or deviation
from it cannot longer bo endured "
Ureeee Whuim i , inko a lluiii).
Eondox, Jan. 4tb.—A dispatch
from Byriu, says that M. Tricoupes,
Greek Minister of Foreign Affaire,
has demanded of tho Powers the
admission of Greece to tlie Con
gress preliminary to the conclu
sion of peace. It is said ttmt Lord
Derby has recognized as just
Greece's claim to admission if
other secondary States are ad
mitted. Italy has likewise replied
I'avorably to Server Pasha. The
Turisu Minister of Foreign Affairs
has sent a note to London protest
ing against the participation of
Dr. L. B. Joseph,
I'Jt vsicinu and Murgoou
Jas:f 81 SPRING! ST., Loi An|;ejc«.
Orange Lodge, No. 224,
I. O. O. B.
A epcolal mnctluc ol lal* Lodge w.l I be
held on »UND iY,J«u. lib, at 7 X *~ for
election or onlcere aad otner Important
busine.a which will be brought bolore
the Lodge. By order.
H U. SIMOJf, Secretary.
The sixth semi-annual dividend of Loa
\Dgelea Counts Hu.uk naa been declared,
payable on and after January 7th, 1878, us
follows: To ejrdmary deposbera a the
rate of eight per cent, per aunum; to
term depositora ut the rate of lea per
cent, per annum; to etnckholderj aLlhe
rale of teu per emit, per annum.
js-iw J. M. eluott, uaibler.
HIsnBAfTBK, U.VTir, FUHTHKR
noliee, l.os Aaasltg County itank
will not he opud for bu-ljie.B *.n ejulu,-
I. J.M. ELLIOT I.
TO THE PUBLIC.
A Bttira or Rune ia, who remains In our • iiy,
will deliver a course of Ltjoturoa at
Next to tbe Met hod in church on Wort atraat.
Thuriday Evaning, Jan. 3. and BaturJay Eve
utnjf, Jan. b, at 7St o'clock.
BUBJEOT—Why do M->re Drunkards Di«J
of Delirium Tremens lv this Country than
in h'urjpe? and the Character and Customs)
of the People of liuasta aud Poland.
.Subject for Saturday evening—Why ait?
more than 7i perceut. of the American
No oue should fail to Mrs. 8., for h**r
Lecture* will bo very inibnttinc and In-
ADMISSION, r-0 rent*. Jl lw
Los Angeles, Yuma, San Diego and
■ • »v. -vtant Chan so of Time
On and afUr Uendey, 1*0.171". .i«77, aad
until further notice, trul.ii w/UI run ever)
Uny ai follow,:
J EAVK LOS ANGELES:
»'or — Arrive
Wilmington i»:36a.m. 11:55 a. k.
San Fr.iueuoo 1:15 p. a. 12:10 p. m.
11 Acoom'datlon 10:3 f > a. M. 7:30 a.m.
Yuma 2:25 p.m. 7:80 a.m.
Wilmington 3:30 " 4:6.5 p.m.
Santa *na 4:00 " 0:10 "
TOWARD LOS ANGELES:
Yuma 0:30 p.m. 10:16 a.m.
Santa Ana Stat a. M. 1:60 "
Wllminaton 7:46 " »:10 "
Wllm nrton 1:00 p.m. 2:2u p. m.
San Kranol.eo 4:M " 1:56 "
Acoom'dalloM 4:30 " 11:65 a. m
Tralne run deity to Yuaia, coanecltns
with steamers for Aubrey, Khrenber,
and lulereaediate landings un tke Colo
rado about three llm»*i ncr month.
Sleeping oari will be run daily.
Tr.'nfwlll he run by San Francisco
T. H. GOODMAN,
lan'l Pass, and Ticket Act.
A .N.TOWNE, Gen'lSup't.
h. X HEWITT. Ass't Hud't.
— or —
Xj O T S
AT THE TOWN (IT
SANTA ANA EAST,
A 1 TUB
r V E3 H. I>l li\US
San Diego Division of the
3 a Ps> R. V\ . ,
IX LO9 AsVUELKS L'OUN IV, CAU,
S U.K TO T* KM rj.ACKOK
Wednesday, Jan'y 23d,
1378, at 11 o'clock A.M.
Will leave Loi AngoleK at 9 o'clock a. v.
on tho day of aale, conveying puiienpei-<
lo Hania Ana und returnliiif tnem to Loa
AngalM iv tbo aveutßf. •
Tickets for lljs Round Trip, 50 c'.s.
Is In the midst of a rich agricaltural
Jutrlct, w■ i supplied with water by
means of artesian wells, canals aud Irrf
'•ttns ditches, »,•. inllea soulheast of
.we* >.ud .|gb.«du di',i:the, with fu
el' ..at tot rat' i »■ ■ ciA. iin
lujelh nn defer, oa pay.iitou. .131J
Thft *->shion Stables,i
:hoiob iHK. ;at!.*: l-amj?i»|
C3r jFL ES AT
CLEARING OUT SALE!
No. 120 Main St., Cardona Block.
We Offer Our Large Stock of
Clothing, Gent's Furnish, n/ Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and SI oes,
Rubber Goods, etc.,
AT CLEARING SALE PRICES !
Having puivuased most of tbe above named goods PI -tCASH in the EASTERN
MARKET, we ate enabled to sell lo our eiiseomen and the public la general for lh,i
aame prices that merchants have to pay who ,uy r,«<i t oode In Ban Francl»co
Cull and see lor yourselves, and it will toavii cc y that we mean BUSINESS
Out stock is complete, anJ no one desiring to buy ueei g , out uuiuiteu.
133 MAIN STREET.
Weare In Receipt of a Consignment of German Goods
Suitable for tho Holiday Trade, Consisting of
VASES, TOILET SETS, MOTTO CUPS,
AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES.
ALSO, A FINE LINE OF
ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER AT A SLIGHT ADVANCE ON
IN PLATED WARE
j We Represent ROGERS BROS, and Merlden Britannia
Ware, and Guarantee Every Article.
VaT\ cordial Invitation to all to INSPECT OUR STOCK. ~mt
dioim Meyberg Bros.
H. SLOTTERBECK & Co.,
No. 1 Commerciai St., Los Angeles,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps,
Cartridges, Wads, Fishing Tackle,
And everything pertaining to sI'ORTSMEN'S GOODS. Havu an hand the largaat
und best stock of BRKEOH-LOADINO SHOTuIU.VsI, KIM.KS and PISTOL*) In
.Southern California, which we will sell at prices to stilt the times.
Agents for the new BALLARD tUFLHH, the BKST and C!lf KAPKST GUN In the
world. SLOTTF. RHECK'd CKLEBKATUD BPOKTINQ UIFLR.
Repairing Done by Practical Workmen & Guaranteed.
I will put into a cheese and butter Arm
for five or ten years, KSU aores, near Los
A„««ies city, If dairymen will put In ex
perience, skill, labor, management and
ccwb. for a fair share of the profits. Blx
teenttonsol alfalfa hay per acre was the
y.el I of sonic of the Und this dry yoar.
All the laud guoj for ..ifalfa, corn, bar
ley, pumpkins and beet.. Call and si-e
thk land green with mllk-yleldlng vge
tatlon, irom mere inches high lo six feel.
Every acre artesian plow land. Wood
abundant. Aiteslan water, cold for milk
and plentiful, with river water for Irriga
tion. None need apply without skill,
capital aud reputation.
Horses, from one to hundreds, will be
pastured on allalfu. burr clover a d ulfll
etia, mu'tirltig and renewing lv spring,
summer, autumn and winter, under pe
rennial Irrigation. Si'e Mr. aaulsuury,
Maiu slreet Pound Yard.
FOR HALE—Pumpkins, barley bay,
alfalfa bay, beaded barley, seed barley,
Early Rose potatoes and fat hogs.
J. H. SHIELDS,
JaS-lln Las Angeles City.
&r fcjalo Cheap. I
A Cottage nnd tot on Hilt j
St. | Nea? first,
r*4*l*y, i 1 * it.-. 1%- - *>n* ! * .' ■ . • M* of
■ • - st# ( r.»r»r:y, with a to tin-!
Rtvn'l nul tit on lii * tii irii I
Iv Ihe Justices' Courtof Los Angeles
Township, in the county of Los Angeles,
state of California.
Canan Bros. A Co., PlalutlfTs, vs. Louis
The People of tho stuto of California
send greeting to Louis Somuierfleld, De
You are hereby required to ap-
E ear In an anion brought agalnet you
y tho above-named plaintiff, In the Jus
tices < ourt of Los Angeles Township,
county of Los Augeles, Stato of Califor
nia, and to answer before the Juatioe at
hie ofllce In said township the com
plnim filed I herein, within five days
(exclusive of tho day of service) after tho
service on you of tins .summons—lr
served within the Township In which
this action la brought; or, if served
out of suld txwnsnlp, but in said county
within ten days; otherwise, within twen
Tne said action Is brought to have and
reoover (mm defendant the sum ot SIM, 60
Xit 1 c«'»,allegeii 10 be ilue for shoes sold
ana aellvernd upon defendant's order
as per complaint on file In thlsoffio.
And you are hereby notified that If y«*»
ran to so appear and anawer the said
MB Paint its above required, the sal'
plaintiff will take judgment against yo
11". »IjU.oj gold ooin, together wltl
. 'fake legal servu>e *id due ratafo
'elrin am.] tcv h»»J this fid Or-a-
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