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TUEBDAY FEB. 5, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
Tlie Herald s:eam Printing House le
no! surpassed by any Job Printing office
ou tlie Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran
cisco, iv facilities for doiug job work.
Low prices, good work and expedition
may be relied upon at this office.
We suppose we shall be permit
ted to Indulge iv some proviucial
amusement at the condemned cool
ness with which the New York
papers, aud the presses of the other
moneyed centres, discuss the silver
bill, the Matthews resolution and
all other propositions which have
any bearing on the national finan
ces. Tbey assume, with an icy
frigidity which smacks of the
frozen Adelia-land aud the North
Pole, that all their outgivings are
Gospel verities. With a prudence
for which we commend them, they
avoid argument and deal exclus
ively in et cathedra utterances.
Our memory does not to-day sup
ply us with a single solid, convinc
ing argument made use of by the
New York press at any stage of
this controversy. Every one of
their articles reads as though they
had argued the question fully a
week or so before, and that there
was therefore no need of fresh ar
guments. On hunting over their
flies for the last year one would
And no such thorough discussion
of the matter as they assume to
have indulged in. Instead, one
would encounter simply the same
.old,, bald assertions. The reason
for the absence of argument is
easily understood. They dare not
state the real motive which gov
erns them, which is a slavish sub
servience to the interests of the
bondholders at home and abroad.
The New York newspapers are re
ally abetting lhe New York capi
talists in their abject dcfereuco to
the Euglish moneyed power, just
as the New York exquisite is
learning to ape the "Aw, He-haw"
■uob who drives stags couches iv
England, aud who is so devoid of
intellect that he lias settled dowu
to a rivalry with tbe commonalty
iv their coarsest occupations.
The ouly approach to an argu
ment against the double standard
ever seen by us is that, by its adop
tion, we shall throw ourseives out
of gear with the rest of thu mon
eyed world. This is an impudent
assumptiou. Because, after a
■truggie of nearly oue huudred
years, England has succeeded in
getting hold of more gold than
auy other country, she desires to
increase its purchasing power
by giving it special value. The
bondholders of New York and
Boston also wish to he paid in gold
and they therefore desire to in
crease tlie purchasing or selling
value of the coin they would re
ceive for their coupon?. As a mat
ter of Tact, Prance is to day a
double standard countiy, and fully
five-sixths of the populations of tlie
world are on the same basl3.
Why should the United
States defer to the lead
ership of Great Britain
in money matters? Tlie fact is tbat
if we bad in this country to-day an
Intelligent and energetic spirit cl
we are ourselves the
natural leaders of mankind.
Through a blundering and imbe
cile control of tbe national admin
istration—a control more inter
ested in low jobbing and robbery
for the account of pot-house poli
ticians than In anything else—we
bave thrown our commerce and
ship building to the winds. We
trust to see the United States, iv
the next decade, mainly interested
in throwing ofT every sign of vas
salage to Europo even if, in tho
struggle, it were necessary to
wound the sensibilities of the snobs
of New York and Boston. As a be
ginning, the country needs the in
terchangeable gold and silver dollar
ofthe father* us the medium for
paying the public debt—without
the addition of a grain of silver to
the silver dollar. Tho debt was
payable iv such a double standard
when it was created, aud the bond
holders should receive no more con
sideration than tlio letter of the
bond. If the foreign bondholder,
in his disgust at not being able to
fleece us, wants to tret rid of his
United States bonds, let us, in
God's name, pay bim in silver to
the last dollar. If he wishes to
press us to the bitter end, when tbe
last sbeckel has been paid out we
can suspend payment, like v pri
vate debtor. But there is no earth
ly danger of his forcing us to tlie
issue. His true interest, when he
sees he can't "bull-doze" us, is to
oppose uo impediment to tli at nall
lenlum, towards whicli we are
happily advancing, assisted by the
tremendous international balance
of trade in our favor, in which
gold, silver and greenbacks will
rank at par. That would be prac
tical inflation, expanding the vol
ume of the currency seventy or
eighty per cent., and it would
bring around again tbe miracles of
production aud development which,
until 1873, made tbe United States
the marvel of the world in all lhat
relates to material progress aud en
The preseut year opens for Cali
fornia at large with infinitely
greater promise than lust year.
This time twelve mouths ago It
was cert tin that the Stute would
have to undergo that gaunt and
grizzly experience known as a
drouth. Capital and enterprise
staggered under such a crushing
hardship. Neither will have lo
pack such a load the present sea-
Bon. Throughout the length and
breadth of California, even includ
ing the San Joaquin Valley, wo are
assured of crops. Whether tbey
bring a low figure or a high one,
they are a guarantee that every
one will have something. They
are a guarantee, also, that labor
will bo in demand. If, as is highly
probable, grain commauds v fair
price this year, California will be a
richly dowered region, and all who
live In Califorula will share in the
Tub Argonaut is good enough to
say that Denuis Kearney Is the
leader of the Democracy. Wheu
the editor of the Argonaut und
other Kepublicaus come to post the
profit aud loss department of their
: political ledgers they will Had that
the Democracy will be the ultimate
gainers by a Workiugmau'e move
ment. There is uo object in a
Workingmau who Is a Democrat
leaving his own party, whicli is tlie
real champion of tlie Working
mau, while there is every motive
in the world to impel v Working
man who is a Republican to disso
ciate himself from tho aristocratic
party to which lie lias imparted
strength iv blis-ful ignorance of its
purposes and tendency. The Re
publican party will suiter heavily
by the defection of men from whose
eyes the scales are at last dropping.
Having beeu minutely success
ful thus far in predicting rain, we
should he chary of hazarding; our
reputation. Nevertheless the signs
are that the rain of the season is
now getting ou a powerful ready.
We shall he mightily mistaken if
February does not develop at least
one rain of pronounced volume;
and, unless we miscalculate the at
mospheric conditions grossly, the
first half of the month will not
have elapsed before ths soil will be
thoroughly drenched. But if tho
rain were to stop with that of last
night, crops are assured all over
Los Angeles county.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
l*|>eitial to tlio Herald by the Western
Union Telegraph Company.l
Pacific Coast News.
■et'ersntttsi ***. B*)ttjwlm—VerelttJS
San Francisco, Feb. 4lU.—ln
the seduction case of Leunie Mc-
Cormick vs. E. J. Baldwin, the
plaiutiffthis morning on the wit
ness stand mada such it • bowing of
herself that her counsel made a
proposition to the attorneys on the
other side for tlie dismissal of the
suit. She testified falsely accord
ing to her own evidence, claiming
that she had never beeu married!
Ou examination of the records of
the County Clerk of Alameda
county, it was shown that
she married David P. Rickey
on tbo 80th of October,
187". It also transpires that she
has been guilty of bigamy. About
2 o'clock the lawyers in tlie case
held a consultation and the attor
neys for the defendant, W. H. L.
Barnes and It. H. Lloyd, declined
to accept a dismissal, but asked for
the submission ot tho case to the
jury. At the close of the confer
ence the court-room was cleared
of all spectators, including lawyers
not engaged in the trial. A few
remards were made by counsel and
the case was submitted. The jury
brought in a verdict for defendant.
Vtutcr.'a Tax mil
Sacramento, Feb. 4th.—The As
sembly bill iutroduced by Waters,
authorizing the payment of taxes
to tho extent of $o0 In silver, was
taken up. Waters ottered an
amendment to Sec. 1 of the bill, by
adding a provision that no more
than (60 In silver should be received
from any oue persou, when he has
more than one assessment in the
same county. Adopted. Tho ques
liou was then ou the original bill
as amended. Berry moved to
strike out tlie second section of the
act, fixing the time when the bill
should go into effect. The House
refused to engross the bill.
Caved on In ft Mluc.
Austin, Nev., Fob. 4 —This af
ternoon In one of the levels of the
frost shaft of the Manhattan Com
pany's mines, a miner named Jas.
Ryan was caved on aud sustained
serious injuries. His left leg was
broken just übove the the ankle
and he sustained severe internal
injuries. Doctor Wixom, his at
tending physician, thinks he can
Weather windy ami threatening
Latest Eastern News.
AuotUrr uf Hi" Tuveil Kiuff Nar-
New Yohk, Feb. 4tb.—Ex-Sen
ator Harry Genet ot Harlem Court
House notoriety aud one of tbe
ring fugitives, surrendered tills
moruiug and guve bail in $25,000.
Tut Nartberu PnclUe Hull road.
NewYobk, Feb. 4.—A Washing
ton dispatch says the House Com
mittee tias agreed to report a bill
extending the time for the comple
tion of the Northern Pacific Rail
J. Alttilleim %¥•!!■ lv Jail.
New Orleans, Feb. 4th.—Ex-
Oovernor Wells was brought to the
city by the morning train on the
New Orleans and Mobile Railroad,
and was taken to the parish prison.
He is suffering from aaligbt attack
of pneumonia. Wells declines to
answer questions as to his reason
for leaving town or surrendering.
The current report is that he sur
rendered to save the sureties on his
bonds, but the fact is tbat his
counsel expect to get a favorable
jury out of the new panel which
was drawn on Saturday for the
A Blncu Ere la Hie li »< Pacific.
Washinoton, Feb. 4th. — The
Sun's Washington special says: It
appears to be tbe general impres
sion that Hunlingtou's last oiler
has summarily ended any possible
argument that i»h;ht be brought
forward for hiring Boots to do work
that Huntington is ready to do for
nothing. Money, of Mississippi,
will preseut this weeff to the Com
mittee on Pacific Railroads au
amendment to his bill providing in
the fullest and most explicit terms
for government supervision over
the lino whicli tlio Central Pacilic
proposes to construct from its west
ern terminus to the ports on the
Gulf of Mexico and thence to San
Pedro aud Santa Mouica. This
will Include 200 miles from Fort
Yuma to Sun Pedro, built uuder
authority of the State of California.
In his argument before tho House
Committee, last Friday, Hunting
ton ottered to include this in his
proposition; that Is, to submit tlie
pioiected transcontinental road
which he desired to build to gov
ernmental supervision. The argu
ment upon whicli the must stress
has hitherto been laid bus been
that the construction of the road
by tho Central Pacific would sim
ply add another liuefreo of govern
merit control to the line now con
trolled by that monopoly.
Vile i'lllne**} (fcui'Sllou.
Washington, Feb. 4th.—Willis,
of Kentucky, and Coring, of Mas
sachusetts, the sub-committee of
tho House Committee ou Educa
tion and Labor, wero not quite
ready to report on the Chinese
question to-day, and, consequently,
all action ou the subject was post
poned uutil Thursday next. The
committee, however, coutiuuod its
Informal discussion to some extent
this morning. The prominent
opinion wus that, apparently, the
most expedientoourse to pursue for
the present will be to report a
joint resolution for adoption by
Cougress, instructing the President
to invite the co-operation of China
aud Great Biitaiu to restrict Chi
nese immigration and prevent the
importation of the coolie class to
this country; but, if the committee
decide to report such a proposition,
it will bo with tbe distinct under
standing that tho committee re
serves the right to recommend
legislative action by Congress in
advance of tlie desired result being
attained through diplomatic chan
nels, iv cue of serious delay or
threatened failure. Tlie disposi
tion of some members of the com
mittee to adopt tblicircumlooutary
method has been strengthened and
tlie prospect of success for direct
ing effectual legislation is weak
ened by tlie ill-considered action
of tlie California Legislature In re
cently adopting a resolution asking
ouly only lor treaty modifications,
through the instrumentality of an
International Convention. It is
hoped, however, that the councils
ofthe more far-sighted members of
the committee and the arguments
of the California delegation may
prevail before the meeting to se
cure the committee's recommenda
tion for practical aud quickly oper
ating legislative actiou.
Sargent's brief as to the powers
of Cougress to legislate In contra
vention of treaty stipulations was
delayed by tlio printer until this
afternoon, but copies have now
beeu placed in the bands of ull the
members of the Committee aud
will in due season be distributed iv
Congress. This brief, after citiug
in logical order and with great
clearness the numerous decisions of
United States Courts and Attorney
Generals, aud the utterances of
Wbeatou uud Vattel bearing on
tho question discussed, concludes
as follows: "We may summarize
this whole matter by saying that
the United States Government, by
virtue of its sovereignty, lias the
right of self preservation and it is
its duty to exercise its powers for
the protection of its people; that
protection includes the preserva
tion of its people from lulluences
injurious to their happiness by cur
tailing the necessaries of life or in
terfering with their laudable and
innocent enjoyment; that it is
bound to exereiso these powers for
the benefit of its own people where
necessary, at the expense of the
convenience of the people of other
nations and that Congress is tlie
possessor of the constitutional
power by the passage of a law to
abrogate or modify treaties. This
power has been frequently exer
cised by Congress and its action up
held hy the Executive and Judicial
branches of the Government. It is
not the purpose of this brief to
stato tha reasons why this power
should be exercised, but simply
to show that it exists. We assume
that the Committee have full light
upon the great evils ulllicting the
VVestern States and Territories
from the iutlux of the vast num
bers of Asiatics who do not come as
ordinary immigrants or with the
purpose of making the Uuited
States their home; wlioare alien in
every respect and remain so aud
are au iudegestlble non-assimila
tive mass in our body politic; we
merely point out tbat Congress
possesses the power and is bound by
duty to provide a remedy for such
Auollier likllhu War ft'i-obuult*.
Omaha. Feb. 4th,—lnformation
has been received tier* at military
headquarters that the Superintend
ent of the mounted recruit service
ha« been ordered to forward to Sau
Francisco 250 recruits, 100 being for
the First Cavalry and 100 for the
A dispatch received here to-day
states that 80 more lodges of the
agency Indians have left the new
agencies on the Missouri intending
to go on the war path. This makes
500 lodges that have left altogether.
Military oflleera hero predict an
other Indian war aud that it will
commenoo early lv the Spring.
They expect that serious depreda
tions will be committed ou the
northern and north-western bor
ders of Nebraska.
rONO RESHIO X A 1..
Washinoton, Feb. 4. —Senate
—The morning hour was taken up
In the presentation of petitions
from all parts of the country, most
of them remonstrating against
changes in the preseut tariff duties
and the restoration of the tax on
tea and coffee, all of which were
referred. Other petitions favoring
tbe organization of a Department
of Industry, the head thereof to be
a Cabinet olHcer, wero presented
House—Among tlie bills intro
duced and referred during tbe
morning hour is oue by Southard
authorizing the paymeut of cus
toms in legal tender notes and one
by Miles providing that all bonds
hereafter issued by the Oov«rn
meut shall be payable priuclpal
and Interest in gold, silver or legal
I'aiirornla Bill* luiroJueed.
Washington, Feb. 4th.—A bill
introduced liy Page to-day provides
for tlie payment of some $83,000,
balance claimed by the Paolfic
Mail Steamship Company as pro
rata compensation for two round
trips to China, begun at Sau Fran
cisco iv November and December,
IS7O, aud performed iv pursuance of
itseoutract with the Uuited states
of October, 1806. Pago also intro
duced a bill declaring the forfeiture
of all lauds granted to the Atlantic
and Pacific Itailroad Company not
already patented to It and restor
ing them to tho public domain, to
be subjtct to the disposition of the
government, like all other public
The bill introduced by Davis to
day proposes to cede to tlie city and
county of San Francisco all that
portion of tho Presidio Reservation
which the Commanding General of
the Division of ths Pacilic may
certify to be unnecessary for uiili -
tary purposes iv time of peace, the
laud so ceded to be improved aud
used by the city as a public park.
The bill provides, however, that
the United States may have the
right to v.so such portious of said
premises without compensation as
the military authorities may deem
necessary iv time of war.
The bill introduced by Sargent to
amend the statutes concerning
steam vessels was In a measure
prepared by the Sau Francisco
Yuclit Club and forwarded by Com
modore Ogdon. It provides, in ef
fect, that steam vessels of 20 tons or
less, which are not used for pur
poses of commerce or pnssouger
tiaflic, shall bo oxeuipted from the
onerous requirements of the gener
al steam navigation laws, such as
the necessity of etnployingiu every
instance one licensed captain, one
licensed engineer uud one licensed
pilot aud of paying costly inspec
tion fees, etc.
Davis to-day introduced v bill ap
propriating $100,000 for continuing
work on the Sun Fruucisco Ap
praisers' building during thu pre«
eut fiscal year. This advance ap
propriation is recommeudod by the
Supervising Architect of thoTreas
To Aceouiiuudrtfe fnclfiu Conat
New York, Feb. 4th.—Commis
sioner Oeueral McCormick, iv or
der to accommodate Pacific Coast
exhibitors, has arranged to hold
tho United States steamer Wyo
ming at the port of New York until
after (lie arrival of the Paciflo Mail
steamship connecting with tbe
steamer which will leave San
Francisco on tho 13th hist., and the
Pacific Mail Company has made
reduced rates for all such exhib
Gov. McCorniick thinks it is
particularly desirable that exhibits
of minerals, wines and native
woods and also, of blankets and
other line California manufactures
should be large, but suggests that
the exhibits of purely agricultural
products should be limited in quan
tity and that duplications should
bo avoided, as large amounts of
agricultural products have beeu al
ready ollersd by the Atlantic
States and the space provided for
them by the French Government
European Cable News.
Kcrviuu Hostilities orderedetonnetr,
Belgrade, Feb. 4th.— The Gov
ernment having received a dis
patch from Russian headqunrtei
auuouucing that the armistice has
beeu signed, has ordered tho differ
ent Servian commanders to stop
New York, Feb. 4th.—A Con
stantinople dispatch says tho block
ade of the Black Sea, between
Odessa ami Constantinople, has
Ills.-tllsUeil Willi tlie Petll'O Cuilitl-
London, Feb. 4th.—A Vienna
dispatch says: Even in their imma
ture form the Russian conditions
seem to contain much that cau
scarcely bo brought into harmony
with the interests of Austria, being
rather calculated to sow the seeds
of fresh troubles than to promote
real and lasting peace. They de
stroy the Ottoman power in Eu
rope without substituting any
thing iv its place possessing guar
antees of stability. The smaller
States would receive just enough to
make them wish for more, while
Bulgaria would become little more
than a Russian dependency. The
restoration to tho Czar of Bessar
abia without a due equivalent to
Roumania, would make Russia
mistress of the mouth of theDauube.:
Thus, in the very preliminaries
themselves, thero is much that
must lead to discussion between
Austria aud Russia, and the
same must be the case,
though, perhaps, to a less
degree, with otber powers. Mean
time, Roumania has already an
nounced her claim to take part as a
belligerent iv tlie conclusion of
peace, the Minister of Foreign Af
fairs having issued a circular to
this effect. The Servians are
greatly disappointed witli the
frontier rectifications allowed thorn
by the Russiau preliminaries and
proclaim that, in spite of the ar
mistice, they will not stop opera
tions until tiiey have possession of
OKI Servia down to the river Loin.
Turkish men of "war have beeu
ordered to Athens to take oil' the
Minister. Thus the Eastern ques
tion has now been raised iv its
Worile Insleod or Money.
London, Feb. 4.—ln the House
of Commons this eveuiug, Glad
stone suggested an address to the
Crown from both Houses assuring
the Queen of support iv conference,
instead of a vote of credit.
Opposed to (lie conference.
St. Petersburg, February 4th.—
Public opinion here, and even more
at Moscow, regards the projected
conference with disfavor. Home
papers speak of the conference as a
mere device of the European Pow
ers to deprive Russia of all she has
gained after so heavy an expendi
ture of blood and treasure, without
themselves losing a man.
Tbe c.ar Congratulate. Ills Troops.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 4th. —The
Czar yesterday, after inspection,
addressed the troopj as follows:
" I congratulate you upou an arm
istice the satisfactory conditions of
which are due to our brave troops,
who proved that for them nothing
is impossible of accomplishment.
We are still, however, far from the
end and must continue to hold our
selves prepared until we obtain a
desirable peaoo worthy of Russia."
Conference of Ibe Fewer*.
Vienna, Feb. 4tb.—The Cabinet
yesterday issued formal Invitations
to the signatory powers to the
treaty of Paris to send representa
tives to the conference to be held
Re-Opening a Thoroughfare.
In order lo guard agalml results utterly
subversive of health, 11 Is absolutely es
sential that the grand thoroughlare or
avenue of the system, tlio bowets, should
be re-opened as speedily us possible
wheu they become obstructed. If they
are not, the bile Is misdirected into the
blood, the liver becomes torpid, viscid
bilious matter (rets into the stomach and
produces indigestion, headaches ensue
and othor symptoms aro produced,
whioh n prolongation ol ttie exciting
cause, only tends to aggravate. Tlie aper
ient properties of Hosteller's Stomach
Bitters constitute a i.tost useful agent In
overcoming constrl lion of the bowels
and promoting a regular htii.il of body.
It is lutlultely super.or to tho drastic oa.
thurtles frcqur ntly used for tbe purpose,
since It doos not, tilt'- them, act violent ly,
but produces a natural, paiulcss efleet,
which does not Impair Iho tone of tile
evacuatory organs, which it invigorates
iustead of weakening. The stomach
and liver, also, i'ulood, tho entire sys
tem, is ■trongtbottc I and regulated by It.
: ."uui ii Dl-.: i .ii- nmm -i Jurlwt.
"i have tried the pekuvian Sykcp, and
the result fully sustains your prediction.
I 1 I mado a new man of me, Infused lu
y system new vig ir and energy- 1
stu no longer tremulous and debilitated
.'.a when yon last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, and with a larger capacity for
labor—mental and physical—than at any
time during tho last rive years. Bold by
Evory farmer who OWM a good stock ol
horses, cat! Ie and sheep, and Intends to
keep them through the winter should at
once get, a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders. One dollar's
worth will save at least a hair a Inn of
A Rcmrkabto Cure.
West Townsenb, Vt., May 11, IB6U
mks.su*. B.W. Fowls & Sons.
Gentlemen—Several years Riuce 1 took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where it remained without relaxation. 1 '
was then In Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend lo
my business, 1 relumed home aud com
menced searching In earnest for some
medicine which would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physlclaus and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help und daily g;ew worse. 1 had a ter
rible cough and raised a good deal ul
blood. I had profuso night sweats and
severe pain iv my side. I continued In
this state for months,and became so weak
that it was with great difficulty 1 could
walk, when I was advised to tiywiviAsVa
Balsam ov Wild OHUUtY, and, to
my great Joy I soon louud tout this rem
edy had arrested thu Disease. I contin
ued to use the Balsam lo the extent of live
bottles and have, since theu experienced
no dl faculty of tlie lungs. 1 believe the
Balsam waved mytile and I ihall ever hold
ll iv high estimation.
LEWIS I'd ELI'S,
A Widk-Awaick Youth's Papkr.—
For Judicious editing, select and popuhu
contributors, and sprighly, eutertaiulng
reading,tho Youth* Conifninion, of Boston
has no superior among tlie youth's publi
Lyon's Katiiaiuon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood tb?
test of 40yean is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival.
Henry K. Boud, of Jcfl'ersou, Maine,was
cured ofaplttlng blood, soreness and weak
ness of tho atomaoh, by the use of John
son's Anodyne Liniment Internally,
Do it at Once!
Persons who havo bocome thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking in
to the stomach a loaspoonful of Johnson's
Auodyue Liniment, mixed iv a lillle cold
water, well sweetened.
A. McX ENZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Cathsrwcod's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, dickson, UeWoi.F
A Co., Sau Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon 'and Rye
Direct from Louisville, Ky.,bv the Mottle
or Gallon, at LOW f KICKS.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THK S)AM V 1 E KOOM
Is provided with the purist
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
em- EJiOLI IH ALE ON URAUOHT.
Main street, near Court. Lo* Angeles.
IT O IR, S_ .A. Hi lE.
50,000 Orange Trees,
FROM THREE TO FIVE YEARS OLD,
AT FROM SlO to JiiO per 1W).
Specimen trees can be seen at the Auc
tion House of W. 11. NOKTHORAFT,
coruercf Spring and Market streets, or
by vi.iling the Nursery, within tea min
utes' drive ol the Court House. J23-lm
To House Owners,
It Is now the best senson ol tlio venr to
paint buildings. Be not deceived into
tiuylng worthies! paint mixtures, bat
call at the PAIN 1' DEPOT ot
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 arcaijia BLOCK, and examine
samples of tlio BEST FAINTS iv Ihe
nurket before buying. HWFRICES LOW.
Silver taken at par. Ibe current pre
mium allowed on guld and greenbacks.
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
lam prepare Ito soil,at uuprecedent
edly low figures, eighty thousand apple
trees, of tho most approvod varieties.
Those, who propose to set out orchards
would do well to call and examine my
stonk. lam also prepared tosolll'KAK
and other orchard trees, on favorable
terms. My oh|ect In sacrificing these
trees is to retiro from the nursery busi
G. D. COMPTON,
COMPTON, Los Angeles Co,, Cal.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
|/ POSTS, LATHS,
I " " '-O'ER OF PARIS, ETC ETC.
TO BEE MEN.
A BARB CHANCE ia ollored for n
loud BEE MAN wltb n capital of »10W> to
t'XW. Enquire of Ttiomai''. Armatro&f,
i 9 Alio street. roS-lw
A SPECIAL MKETIKQ OF THE HKBUEW
HtuevoU-nt Socioty of Los Angeles is
called to take place Tuesday evening, tbe fith
fust.. At H o'clock p. m.. at tlm basement of
tbe Bynagogtto. a full attendance 1b request
ed, ne business of huportnncewill be brought
before the meeting. My order ot the Prcei
dint. L. LOKU, Secretary.
bM Angeles, Feb. 4, 1878. U-it
Tho remaining stock ol" HOOTS AND
SHOES, STORK FIXTURES, Ac., Ac, the
property of L. Summ#rtleld. will be sold
nu the premises, McDonald llloek, Main
WEDNESDAY, Ulh of FKUHUAUY,
IH7S, ul II o'clock A. m. precisely. Term>:
Cash lv U. H. Kohl com.
fco-2t W, R. BBTTXB, Cousluble.
A GRAND BALL
10 NTi: UTAI IN M 10 NT
wir.r. be qivbn by
Confidence Engine Co. No. 2,
ON 'run EVENING OF
AT TURNVERE.N HALL.
n&~ Every preparation has been made
toassuro the pleusuroot the participants.
RKCS.PJ lON COM M ITT E EE.
lOIIN It. BRIEIU.Y, M. W. CHIf.DS,
I. W, LOUD, A. 11. DEN hi Kit,
ft, T,. DsTWBYt U. HIVAKA,
0. E, MILES.
W. H. MOORE, OBOEOBTIOMOLOi
M. ROTBCHIXD, W. K. BETTIS.
TICKETS, admitting Gentleman and
Hoot and Shoe Manufacturer,
Two door* south of tbe Postoftlce.
fiH3-.Salisfu.cllou guaranteed. feiMrn
I Have 800 Merino Shoep
Which I will sell lot
TWO DOLLARS A HEAD.
About GiK) ewes und 'Joo wetheis. In
Rood condition. Apply, by letter or in
person, to F\ \V. GIBSON,
The alijiillon of Iho public is called to
tbo fact that
BRUTTIC & KOCH
Have established a first - cluxs MEAT
MARKET on the corner of ROBE an*
riRST STREETS, where they will he
prepared to supply their customers with
•VAll orders will be attended to from
auy part ol tlio city, free of charge, ret tf
Eucalyptus Globulus or
|e.oo per pounu.
SON N TAG & CO.,
J3O-1W UU Merchant St., Sun Francisco.
Land for Sale.
THE UNDEItSIONEU HAS
168 Acres of Fine Farming
On tlieOld LosNietos road, adjoin
ing tlie olty limits, for sale.
Apply to T. D. MOTT,
U27-lm Room 10, Moll's Building.
The proprietors ofthe above Cemetery
otter lots lor the next
at II ALE PKICti aud ou EASY MONTH
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT will be
uiaue with those wishing to irawsfer
friend* from other cemeteries to Ever
green Cemetery, at NOMINAL PRICES,
if application is made Immediately.
Eur further Information apply to
ISAAC W. LORD, Hroretary,
o3tf 82 and 8i Main St., las Augeles, Cal
KWONG HING * CO.,
37 SPRING ST.
O 111 N S E STORE,
Chinese and Japanese UooJs and Toys.
FRI£HH TEAS, cheapest aud best la
town. CIGARS of the host brauds.
Servants and bands of all kinds fur
Nus. 0 and 7, Odd Fellows* Block, second
door, over Postotllce.
Bus- Drosses cut by S. T. TAYLOR'S '
SYSTEM. A ported Ul guariinteed.
Lots for Sale!
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Offers tbe best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any tbat has ever beeu of
fered for sale to tbe publlo.
THK WHOLE TRACT IH LEVEL,
Only so(llcieu t >■ luotlued for good drainage.
THE SOIL IS EXOK.LLKN!
Aud of such character tbat It navel* Oak as
and Is neither muddy in Winter nor dust)
IT UAH A DITCH OF WATER RUN
NINO THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed and i-mining through the en
tire laud aud i vow operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o en
lug into tbe Agricultural Grounds.
A DBPOTOF THE LOB ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD l«
LOCATED ON THE GROUND*,
This Is really the Wast Hud ot our beau
tiful city, with tbe benefit of I'KESH,
, PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uncontuminated by gas or sewer efiluvia.
A glance at the eicgaut mansions and
fashionable residences now tweeted and
in course ol erection must lat'lfy any per
son desiring a home : hat tbtl is tbo place,
rifK TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES' MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At tho otl.ee or the Farmers' A M
Also, at the offlee of the Maiu Stre
aud Agricultural Park Km tl road.
O. W.CHILDS and JOHN G. DOWNEY
will give special attention to those seek
ing information. sepll6tl
Sax Francisco, May, 1877.
sale grocers, take pleasure in
remarking the increased de
mand for BOWEN'S PRE
MIUM YEAST POWDER
and of testifying to the gen
eral satisfaction given by this
M. EHRMAN 4 CO.
TILLMAN A BENDS!*
ALBERT MAU 4 CO.
I. A. FOLGER A CO.
W. W. DODGE 4 CO.
NEWTON BROS. A CO.
TABKR, HAHKKH A CO.
WKLLMAN, PECK * CO.
ROOT 4 SANDERSON.
LE DDION, WHIPPLE a) C 3.
JONES A CO.
KRUSE A EITLEK.
M. A C. MANOEI.S.
J. M. PIKE A CO.
F. DANERI 4 CO.
A. FOSTER A CO.
ADAMS, McNKIL A Co.,
BOOTH A CO., do
MILLIKEN 8R03.. do
MKRIUS 4 CO., do
_ ALLEN 4 LEWIS,
Hv>d4w-t[ Portland, Oregon.
From One to Two Thous
TO !IU V OK TAKE ON THE SHAKES.
Arpiy ut this nfnce.
FIRST QUALITY SHEEP PAS
TURE FOR RENT,
For busiuess and educational reasons,
desiring to remove Into l ,m Angeles, I
" EL SIOLINO FARM,"
Including res Id 00uud out-bulldlngs,
horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural Implements, etc., Tor tbo term of
TWO OR THK EE YEARS.
Tlie far HI consists of 204acros, on which
are 40,000 grape vine; , over :,<>oo orange
trooH, 700 English wai mt trees, 600 lemon
aud lime trees; also t number of black
walnut, pocau, almond, tig, apricot,
plum, pencil, apple, p-jar trees, bananas,
etc.; twoor throe a es of alfalfa, fifty
ucres vacant arable lit ud, and
TUE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to tbe resMeuce Ih a spaoious
bath-room, supplying hot, oold and
shower balbs. There is also a BILLIARD
ItOOM, table and «"puiteuaiiues.
Tho farm t m jst eligibly situated lv
tbe (FRUIT BSLT oi tbo
San Gabriel Mission Valley
Aboutelf;' miles east of I/>b Angeles
Olty* and i ear tbe Railroad Station ot
Sau Oabrle Mission. U not leaned,
I WILL BELL THE ENTIRE
Ou advantageous torm*, 10-wlt: One
third cash, the balance In one, two, tbreo
und four years, at 10 percent. Interest per
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
K.J. 0. KEWKN,
Nos. 10 A 11 Strolitz Building, Spring St.
S. F. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. o'Jlti
Has facilities for doing JOB
WORK not equaled in 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.
Ii) constquence of the deteu tiou ut the
steiuner Orizaba, which leaves Hun Fran
cisco ou the 29111 lust., my stock of
Doors, Windows, Sashes, Blinds.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Moldings,
Will not ari lvo before tlio Ist of Febru
ary. Ibe opening of my well selected
stock In that Hue will be ou the sth of
next month. x
I also wish to call tbe attention of the
public at large, that, lv consequence of
tbo withdrawal of Mr. A. Freeman, I will
carry on the business myself under tho
name aud style of "M. lleymau."
The entire stock was selected with
great care and bought for cash only.
This will enable mo to tell at the lowest
possible figures. J26 3t M. IIEYMAN.
T. W. STACKPOLE,
3J SPRING ST., DEALER IN
Jewelry and Silverware,
Has this day rccsired, direct, from tbo
manufacturers, a large aud choice selec
tion of the above goods,expressly de
signed for the
Sole ageu' i lor Lazarus A Mo r rla* coio
brated Peiieuted spectacles aud Eve
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired
at whort not ice and warranted to give
All Kinds of Engraving
Executed with neatness and dispatch.
••"Give me a call beforo purchasing
MOUNTAIN BYE LOTION
Persons troubled Willi SOKE EYES
■lioulii Iry tills wonderful remedy.
CAN BE HAD AT
Preuss & Schumacher, Apothecaries
PKICE, 60c. PER BOTTLE. JS-Im
Turner street, near Jackson's.
LUMBER YARD— Will deliver the best
OAK WOOD to every part of tbe cl ty,
AT $10 A CORD.
A. CUYAB le no longer au tborlied lo
male* any purchases for Ibe ('loo Mouse
for my account. C pabot
January let, 1178. C