Newspaper Page Text
SATURDAY MARCH 16, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
I'he Ut-r.tM H e,itu Printing House Is
not, •ttrpfUtsed by any Job Print lug office
ou Mo? Paolflo ontalde of Rao Kran-
In facilities for doing Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
may bo relied upon at this office.
An Unfair And Saarling Spirit
We are occasionally called upon
to note the extreme partizan un
fairness of some people who ought
to have better sense. Col. George
11. Smith and the Messrs. Hollo
way aud Ellis, impelled altogether
by a deference to the wishes of the
people of this county, telegraphed
to Mayor MacDougall aud a por
tion of the Board of Supervisors,
requesting them to indicate what
legislation Is desired here iv rela
tion to Wilmington Harbor.
Thereupon a local paper denounces
this courteous act as great arro
gance on the part of these gentle
men. The writer of that article
was undoubtedly impelled by the
spirit which actuated the "Wolf in
the fable of the Wolf and the
Lamb. The Wolf having re
proached the Lamb for muddying
the water of the stream from
which both were drinking, was
mildly remonstrated with by the
Lamb, which reminded the fero
cious beast lhat, as it was lower
down the stream, and water
couldn't very well ruu up bill, the
offence was impossible. As the
Wolf was bent on devouring its
interlocutor, this cogent argument
counted for nothing. Had our
representatives shown no defer
enoe to the people of Los Angeles
county ou this question, they would
have been denounced by this
scribe as insensible to the wishes
and iuterests of their constituents.
They would have been the recipi
ents of a good deal of violent and
clumsy denunciatory rhotoric for
not doiug the very thing they
have done. However, our repre
sentatives may rest assured that
tho people of Los Augeles county
have no earthly intention of taking
any snap judgment upon them.
Their.career as legislators will be
estimated by their substantial
fidelity lo their trusts and their
deference to the wishes of their
An Ingenious Device.
No subject has engrossed more of
the attention of physicians and
others interested in the public
health than sewerage. It is 100
plain for dispute that most of the
zymotic nnd oilier epidemic and
endemic diseases which have de
vastated civilized communities
have been owing to neglected ven
tilation and to a faulty system of
sewerage. Dr. S. J. Corbetl, of this
city, has advanced an idea which,
in ouropinion, will ultimately lead
to a great hygienic reform In cities.
He proposes to utilize the gas lamps
to ventilate and purify the sewers,
at the same time that the streets
are illuminated. The process,
without entering into minute de
tails, may be described to be a
lamp post which shall tup, at the
same time, tho city sewers and gas
mains. A cap is contrived which
simultaneously turns on both
sewer and illuminating gases.
Through this agency the sewers
would be ventilated every night.
The flame would establish a suc
tion which would force the sewer
gases up to the illuminating gas
jet, aud the germs of diseas;e would
thus he destroyed by combustion.
We cannot think of a more simple
and effectual method of annihilat
ing zymotic epidemics than that
embodied in the idea of Dr. Cor
hett. We publish, iv our local col
umns, a short communication from
his peu which gives, in brief, the
philosophical and medical advan
tages which would accompany tho
new ay stem. Wo should be pleased
to chronicle its introduction, on a
general scale, into all the cities of
the United States.
Having never dissembled the in
tensity of our Democracy, it is not
easy for us to express tho supreme
disgust we feel at the present as
pect of matters political iv this
State. Though the Heuaj.u is a
party organ, we desire to see the
Democracy of California achieve
no higher measure of success than
its public and official performances
shall entitle it to. The present ses
sion of the Legislature began with
the party In absolute control of
every department of the Htate gov
ernment. The people expected of
tho Democracy a thorough cham
pionship of their interests. They
expected the Democratic Legisla
ture, if not to antagonize corpera
tions and aggregated capital, at
least to be absolutely independent
of all inllueuces of this kind, and to
bear tbe fact In mind that the
lightest privilege of tiie masses
should outweigh the most loudly
vaunted pretensiousof the moneyed
class. It Is too early to say just how
far the present Legislature has
fallen short of these natural expec
tations, Tho national Democracy
occupy a splendid vantage ground,
aud the party will elect its Presi
dent, witli or without the aid of
California. Hut the unpleasant at
titude of our .State politics cannot
ho better shown than by such out
givings as the following, which wo
take from the Sacramento corres
pondence of tho Altu:
Speaker Berry this afternoon
made the announcement that there
would be a Republican caucus In
the Senate chamber to-morrow
evening. By au interview with
promiuent Republican Senators
and Assemblymen and Mr. Boruck,
I learn that the caucus is for a free
aud general conference relative to
tho beet Interests ot the parly, in
reference to the present situation
preseuted by tho disintegration of
the Democratic party, by the defeo
tion of its members to tho Work
ingmen's party, and the increasing
strength of the Republican party
by accessions of the best elements
of the Democratic party. The con
ference iv caucus will doubtless
lead to the issuance of about 150 iu
vications to the most prominent
members of the Republican party
throughout the State to meet iv
Sacramento in general conference
before the end of the present ses
sion of the Legislature aud agree on
a future poUcy ami a plan of ac
There is also considerable talk of
holding a Democratic caucus to
morrow uiglit. The minor successes
of the Workingmeu's party have,
together with the openly expressed
disgust of the Granger Democrats
upon the Assembly's "falling
down" to the railroad, made the
machine Democratic leaders very
depressed, and they feel that some
thing must be done.
There is talk of a State coalition
of Democrats and Republicans as
agaiust the Workingmeu's party,
more especially in the nomination
of delegates to the Constitutional
Convention, when it is proposed to
sink all party diltereuces and nom
inate the best and most respectable
men in each county. The disgust
of Grangers is most great. One of
the most promlueut said that
such boles bad been torn ill it, that
all the patching could not make the
Democratic garment whole. The
general feeling is one of disgust at
the manner in which tbe Demo
crats have violated every pledge to
We of course do not endorse this
stuff, but it is very humiliating
that it could have been written.
The party may lind it necessary to
cashier a self constituted leader Of
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
Lnpeelal to the Herald bj the W#»<ww
rjllkMi Telegraph Company.l
Pacific Coast News.
SACRA&IBNTO, Marcli 15til. —SEN-
ATE. New tills: By QoodWlDi
amending section 1503 of the Penal
Code, providing lor the discharge
of prisoners under the former hill
of'(.ioodwiu at the rate of one per
day. Rule*suspended and tho hill
Tho West Side irrigation bill was
taken Up und the amendment of
fered by the Irrigation Committee
for the exemption of King's River
Canal and lauds Irrigated thereby,
was agreed to.
Evans submitted an amendment
reducing the power lo borrow from
$3,000,(1011 to $2,000,000 and reduc
ing the interest from eight to seven
percent., and that the bonds should
state on their face that tho State
was not liable, either for pay
ment of principal or Interest.
An amendment was offered by
Craig, declaring that no bonds shall
be sold for less than par value. The
bill fixes 00 cents on Ihe dollar.
Lewis moved to amend by insert
ing "hoods shall not be sold for less
than 97) cents on the dollar." After
some discussion the amendments
were Withdrawn and the bill
On motion of McCoppin, Swift's
water rates bill was made the spe
cial order for Monday morning
The Senate adjourned till Monday
Assembly — Afternoon session.
Special order — State Prison Com
mittee's substitute relating to a
Branch State Prison at Folsoin.
Johnson moved a suspension of
the rules for the purpose of consid
ering the substitute. Lost for want
of a two-thirds vote. The House
then proceedod to vote on tho en
grossment of the substitute which
was ordered engrossed.
Johnson moved that the act to
give employment to workingmen
of California—Assembly bill 43—be
made the special order for Friday
next at IP. M. Carried.
Tuttle's bill to encourage mining
industry uud to suppress stock
Rambling was taken up. The bill
provides for the appointment by
the Governor of a Mining Commis
sioner who shall be In UOWay in
terested in or connected with as an
olllcer, agent or employe iv any
mining corporation, or connected
with auy association of stockbro
kers and who shall give bond, in the
sum of §10,000 aud havo a salary,
as amended, of $4,000; ho shall
have B secretary, assistant secre
tary, messenger aud porter, with
salaries ranging, as amended,
from $1,200 to $2,400. There is also
an attorney with a salary, as
amended, of $3,000. The hill pro
vides for tho collection of a license
of one half of one per centum on
all transactions iv stocks that are
on tho Board; all brokers to give
$10,000 bond; to pay over
monthly to the Commissionei
all licenses collected and all
purchases or sales of stock are void
where such licenso lias not been
duly paid and receipted for; no of
ficer of a mining compauy to be pe
cuniarily interested in any contract
for milling ores, for supplies or for
doing other business of the corpora
tion. Elaborate weekly reports are
provided for and a penalty is at
tached to the refusal to admit any
person authorized by the Commis
sioner to inspect a mine or the
books of a corporation or to make
the reports or estimates recpiired
by the act. The act applies only to
corporations whose capital stock
has been or may hereafter be held
in the Htock Board or whose shares
are regularly bought and sold In
the stock market. Bill read and,
after some discussion, made the
special order for Tuesday next at
1 P. M.
Tbo Senate Judiciary Commit
tee's act to create tbe Hatting!
College of Law in the University of
California was taken up and passed
under suspension of the rules.
Tbe np) i Bill lv Committee.
Sacbamento, Marcli loth.— The
Assembly Committee on Educa
tion met as noon to-day, Halle in
tho Chair. Absent—Tuttle, Mc-
Coppin, Lambert. The bill was
taken up anil a statement from
School Superintendent Mann was
read showing tho cost nT teaching
foreign language-! in the common
schools. There are eleven special
teachers at salaries of $100 per
month each and six al $80. Total
$1,580 per month or $18,800 a year
The time lost by the ordinary
teachers while A lie special teachers
have charge, at one dollar per hour,
$17,830 per year, which, added to
salaries, makes (30,810 per annum.
The number of pupils studying
French and German was 3701, at
an allowance 40 per cent, greater
than nlno-tenths or the pupils who
do not study these languages.
Abbott moved to report the bill
back with a recommendation for
its passage. As there was no sec
ond the motion was dropped.
Hicks moved to report, it back
witli a recommendation I bat it be
indefinitely postponed. Adopted.
The ObalrmsD said the proper
course was to let the public schools
alone. He wanted Ilia boy, if he
had a teste for them, to learn lan
guages in the common schools and
not be compelled logo to private
and high elms schools for them.
■Jo More *'S'|i*'e*' Clubs.
Sacramento, March loth.—The
Governor has signed Swift's
"Piece" club bill.
Vi'r.uri aititiiisi Dune,.,,.
San FRANCISCO, March 15th.—
Lucieu L. Kinney has recovered
judgment against J. O. Duncan in
the sum of $57,091 90 In Ihe suit iv
the Fourth District Court for fore
closure of mortgage.
iNMlii"', t<. Kxsaettl lite Southern
San Francisco, March 15th.—A
petition is being actively circulated
addressed to the Congress of tbe
Uniled States, reciting that the pe
titioners nre citizens of Sau Fran
cisco, and as mining and commer
cial people desire the extension of
the Southern Facilic Railway east
through Arizona and Xew Mexico,
anil therefore ask Congress to pass
such laws as may permit the
Southern Pacific Railroad Compa
ny to extend its iroad till it shall
meet a constructed road from the
East, or at least through the Terri
tory of Arizona, to better enable
the people of that section to obtain
* nit it*. l«l W.»ik|i!,iiinu"<» Tilth*!.
Santa ItoSA, Marcli 15th.—The
Workingmen'* Club of this city
announce tbe following ticket for
city officers! Mayor, James Kenne
dy! Councilmen, J. H. Griggs, M.
A. Uritton, A. L. Fisher; Treasurer,
J. M. Honey; Clerk, M. I). Red
monds Assessor, Wm. Stoddard;
Marshal, D. L. Hay ward; Street
Commissioner, J. E. Wright; At
torney, Thomas Bntledge; IU col d
er, John Brown. A ratification
meeting will be held to-morrow
night. A petition authorizing the
nomination of a Citizens' ticket,
circulated to day, was signed by
about 400 citizens, Irrespective <>f
party. Business men generally fa
vor tlie opposition movement. The
Workingmeu's ticket does not
meet the public expectation and
will probably be defeated.
Latest Eastern News.
rnil*d«lJ»um n»»i ■arutt,
Philadelphia, March 15th. —
Wool quiet but linn. .Supply light.
I'rp.lUeul ll.ieß Hi I'urtti Klc...
Havana, Marcli loth.—The mail
steamer from St. Thomas, March
10th, has arrived. News had been
received at St. Thomas that Presi
dont Baez, of San Domingo, with
his family, arrived at Ma.vugnez on
the island of Porto Uico, March sth.
The fact of his arrival is alt that
was known In St. Thomas when
tho steamer left.
Atlanta, Ga., Marcli 15th. —
j Gus Johnson, the murderer of the
negro ferryman Alfred, was hanged
at Rome to-day. A tremendous
crowd was present. Johnson con
fessed to four murders.
I lis. iij, ,1 I'llilrcll M.tllerN,
New York, March 15. —The I'oat
says a majority of the Standing
Committees of the dioceses of the
Protestant Kpiscopal Church and
all its Bishops havo conseuted to
the consecration of Rev. George T.
Seymour, D. D., Bishop elect of the
dioeesa of Springlielil, Illinois.
A special meeting of the House
of Bishops is to be held here June
17th, to consider the resignation of
his jurisdiction by Bishop Mc-
Closky, of Michigan. At the same
time the election will be proposed
of a Missionary Bishop lor New
Mexico aud Arizona to till tho va
cancy occasioned by the declination
of Rev. Dr. Knickerbocker.
J. Carson Brevoort has resigned
the olllce of Superintendent of the
■leMiect f o Jil (l Uft LHHia
iVashinoton, Marcli 15.—After
an eulogy on Judgo Leonard, the
House adjourned out of respect to
the memory of the deceased mem
Petliluu f.»r Ex<eu*l»il ul Time.
Hot Springs, Ark., March 15. —
There is general anxiety here that
Congress should legislate promptly
to extend the term of the Hot
Springs Commission, which, other
wlse.will expire on the first of April.
It will require a year to settle prop
erly the conflicting claims of set
tlers on the Government Reserva
tion and until that is accomplished
nothing can bo done towards re
building the burnt district or se
curing sanitary and other improve
ments that are essential for the
benefit of invalids. If Congress
will but settle the lands titles, the
revenue from water rents will fully
refund for ull expenditures here
and local taxation and private en
terprise will do the rest. There
are thousands of health seekers
here now and the number nearly
doubles annually. Tho expiration
of the Commission's term before its
work is complete would bo a pub
Another Victim ul tllcStnrui Fouiiil
Cheyenne, \Vy., March 15.—Tbe
remains of McCann, who went with
the bunting party from Laramie
last Thursday, were found to-day
near the place where the bodies of
bis comrades wero discovered.
noiirkrener I'nlk to be nemttveil.
■Washington, March loth.—The
House Committeo on Reform in
the Civil Service, investigating the
airairs of Col. Polk, doorkeeper of
tho House of Representatives, have
agreed upon a report, by a vote of
7 against 3, charginghim witli vio
lation of law and loose management
of his office in tbe matter of ap
pointments and they will recom
mend his removal and that suboi
dinates of the House ho placed un
der the charge of the Sergeant-at-
Atras until tho House shall deter
mine upon the election of another
doorkeeper. It was shown that
many of the appointments were
made on the importunity of some
members of the House, who prom
ised an appropriation of money to
cover all " deficiencies arting
from such appointments and fur
ther, that the troubles which at
tended the doorkeeper resulted in
part from the fault of the present
system of dispensing patronage.
Nothing appeared in the evidence
before the Camniitteeshowing that
the doorkeeper Intentionally did
wrong in the premise?.
K='ili'*i!Ntrrtii<<* Against fjbtlftca lv
Wine ttu,l Wt.ol Tnrlir— H.isfiil
Washington, March 15th.— The
four California members of the
House called on Fernando Wood
to-day to express their united op
position to the changes proposed
by his tariff bill in tbo rates for
wine and wool.
An order was Issued to-day by
tbe Postmaster General that in all
cases of bids, hereafter, the award
shall be made by lot. The long es
tablished custom has beet) to give
the preference to the bidder living
nearest the route, unless the other
is the present contractor for the
Use. it* irnris—Urefcci J*if,
OMAHA, March loth. — T. E.
Sickles, formerly Chief Engineer
of the Union Pacific Railroad, has
been Appointed Chief Engineer of
the United States Department at
the l'aris Exposition.
Vigorous effort l are being made
to recapture Henry Underwood,
alias Thomas Nixon, the alleged
Union Pacific express robber, who
broke jail at Kearney Tuesday
r.lght and stole a team and escaped.
He was arrested in Texas last
Christmas, brought to Nebraska
and put under $100,000 bail for ap
pearance for trial.
Murder. ItuliUcry ami Anus.
Four Madison, lowa, March 10.
Last night tho house ot Henry
Glazer, uear tliis city, was burned,
and the crisped ntnl blackened re
mains of himself and wife were
found In the ruins, with all indica
tions that they had beeti murdered.
The house .was rifled and set on
fire. The Coroner's Jury found a
verdict to that effect. He was a
I(e.|,lte,i nlcultist hi* Hlali.
j Augusta, Ga, March 15th.—
Kobei t McEvoy, convicted of the
I murder of J. J.Ctreggand sentenced
to be hung to-day, at Aiken, South
Carolina, was respited by Governor
Hampton till the 29th iust., on two
grounds—the invalidity of the sen
tence and his statement that he
knew about the murder of Sawyer,
at Hidge Springs, in 1874, He de
clared that he did not want a res
111,. Bl.jt.inll. 4'»m»fereuee.
Washington, March 15th.—The
Secretary of Stute has addressed
our foreign Ministers enclosing a
oipyoftbe silver act nnd request
ing tbem to invite tho government
at which they are resident to a con
ference to lis the rate between gold
and silver, said conference to be in
Eurnpe or in tho United States
within six months, at a time agreed
upon by any three of them. He
adds that the decisive majority by
which the bill passed and the as
sertion of the President in favor of
silver, may be considered conclu
sive evidence that this country
favors a bi-metallo standard. The
Ministers are urged to present tbe
European Cable News.
j Ito.iui Want* Datnaetfts—Knf
London. March loth.—a Paris
correspondent telegraphs that lloti
uiunia is preisiug Ilussia for mou [
ey due to the telegraph and posts
departments, to private persons for
damages from the bombardment of
Bucharest, tho Guigievo Railroad
Company and to land owners for
lands taken for the Bender and
Oalatln and Fratestl and Bimnttsa
Advloes from Capo Town, Feb.
25th, sa3 - there has been no serious
fighting since last reports. The
insurgent Ksffln have broken into
small parties, which are endeavor
ing to force their way through tbe
patrols and rer.eh the settlements
lor plunder. The work of prevent
ing them from carrying out their
object is excessively tedious.
TurliUli OlltragreN In Ureeee.
ATHENS, March loth.- The Com
mander In Chief of the Greek army
has notified tho Minister of War
that tiie Turks have committed un
paralleled cruelties on Christians
In Lpli us. A largo number of des
titute fugitives have entered
A servant eirl to (to general housework.
Apply at 1)1 I'ortstreot, to 1,. Harris. It
jr. ZEE. WINTER
Take* this method of thanking hlseus
tomers ami the DObllO In general lor past
fuvors so liberally bestowed ami at the
Him" time desires to inform his friends
that he has removed his store to
ON SPRING STREET,
Where lie wilt be able to make bin
establishment In point ol accommodation
and desirability ef goods, second to none
in ibis city. His stock comprise* the
Latest Styles of Elegantly Made-Up
FANCY & WHITE SHIRTS
The finest assortment ot
KvcronVred here, and, In taot, everything
tha! gontiemon uf tasle wear.
J. H. WINTER,
Important Clothing House,
CENTRAL ULOCK, BPBINfI ST.
Twofreih milk duuiiam cows. Ap
ply to Willie Urake, ut tho huioKuhiu
bleof Wm. Osuorne, corner of Kifth and
Hill streets, inlti-.;!.
For Sale at a Bargain.
10H ACRES of eta dec agricultural land,
part menu aud the other bottom or sandy
loam, near Fulton's famous Sulphur
Well*,one lullefrom Railroad l +*-1■ - all
v nder a new hoard leuce. 1 will sell hull
or all, either half being part mesa or or
chard Ihiul, suseo]ttbie of as high .date
of Improvement as any In the stale. Una
of the finest artesian wells in the coun
try, witli v fountain nl feet above (he
snnuce of the ground, which may be used
vi an ornamental fountain and at the
same time be used us a .Motive power, )<s
well us for irrigation. A young orchard,
bam, dwelling-tele; and 1 will sell fann
ing Implements, house, furniture, etc., If
UirltHm W. KAMIIOZ, Norwalk P.O.
NEW PUBLIC GARDEN.
IT JE&TJT T I-i-A. 3ST ID.
o% MILKS FROM LOU ANUKLES.
GCOl) ROADS! Just 1 he Place for
Picnics ami EuterttthimeuUl
1 have ten acres of Improved hind ut
tho übove place, suituble as above. Any
enterprising party with n little means
could muke a splaudld place of It. There
Is a good house, hard-finished, stable,
hen heuse, well and good wind mill,
plenty of splendid water, ditches ull
atouad for Irrigation, gum trees planted
on all four sales, grape vines uud fruit
trees of ull kinds, viz: ornnge, lemon,
peaches, plums,apples, pears, figs, etc.,
etc. A nice distance for a pleasant drive.
Will sell cheap. A pply to
ALKHKu MOO KB. Auctioneer,
mitj-lw In Main street.
The First Ever Exhibited on
the Pacific Coast!
WILL EXHIBIT AT THK ABOVE
H A LL ON
Second Exblbtlnn, THURSDAY, M'eh tl.
For flit-tlief particulars, see small bills.
ADMISSION Hi ru.
Cnlldron andertwelve years 23ct«.
Reserved sents, 25 els. extra, to bo lind
ol L. Lewin & Co.'s.
Doors open ut 7 o'clock; Performance
hetilns at S.
mi 16 lw M ARK -<F.N A SIIHOEDEK.
CJ X Gr It f* !
I* i l'lliuroi: if TUX
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE.
CAW MOW UK Kol'MMl'
IMO. r> MPHING ST.,
At the Key West Cigar K«cl ry.
Mr. Bugo Kremer miuuf *c:uivs HA
VANA TOBACCO into cigars ol approve d
brands. He «l-<» in all linen oi
.Smokers' Art ioh v. QtVB him a call.
~a7 IvTckTe nzie,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. CatherwootS's
Fine Old Whiskies
Prom their agent., DICK-tvs, DeWOI.F
A Co., SttO l-'riinCisco; also,
Old Sourbon and Rvo
Direct from Louisville Kv., by the v ttle
or Gallon, nt LOW I'KICES.
Genuine Scaicli and Irish Whisk y.
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
POUTED HAVANA CIGARS.
WKSOLMH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Miiin street, near Court, Los Angeles,
r VHE UXDEKSIGNED, A GRADUATE
■ of a German Normal Hchonl, and privi
leged teacher of Eroebel's Kindergarten
pystem, begs leave to inform tho public
that she will open a Kindergarten
ON THE Ut OF AFBIL,
No. 213 MAIN STREET.
Both hoys .intl girls hetween the ages of 3
aud 7 years are received as pupils.
* Further pirticulars concerning tho School
will gladly bo furnished by the lady at tho
Berbexoib—Dr. 3. Kurtz, o.l'. Heinle
man, John Mdnir, Conrad Jacoby, and
OtIMTH. mhlO lw
Physiology and Phrenology.
I*l- ivuto I-. e<■tu f o ■
A t l.er rooms, soul beast corner of second
and olive streets, from 111 A. M. lo 4 P. H.,
on Physiology nnd Pnrenology. All per
sons sufterliig from liny kindof disease,
mule or female, slionl.l not tail of con
sulting Mrs. 8., us she will answer all
questions on Pyslology. All Reerels kept
inviolate. Persons wishing lo consult
Mrs. 11. at their own residences, can
leive their orders at Hleere A Haldy's
Furniture Store, 110 .Main street, opposite
ilie Court House. ■
oar.'.'IIARUE.S MODKRATK. IclO-lm
OCC 4n Gil AWKEKtnngents.no
999 10 911 outfit FREE P. O.
VIOKERY. Augns'a Maine. Hepl2wlj
Carpets and Furniture!
JUST OPBNEiI} Jk.l-
Dotter & Bradley's.
Latest Styles in PARLOR SUITS! Elegant Display of
CARPETS! Immense Reduction in Prices!
GOODS EXHIBITED ON THREE FLOORS.
80, 82, 84 and 86 MAIN STREET.
ST. PATRICK'S BALL.
A GRAND HALL WILL IU! GIVEN
AT UNION HALL,
On the Evening of
IN AID Of THK
IRISH NATIONAL FUND.
admitting Gentleman and Lotties, : :Sl.OO
J ÜBI LX E
IN AID OE THE ERECTION UV
Good Templar Block.
One Hundred Musicians
Wednesday, April 10th.
Admission, - - - - SI.OO
in St it
MRS. IH. E. PARK,
34 Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal..
Takes pleasure to Inform her ftiemls ami
Die public Mt ii she will le-open business
nt tiie above location
On Wednesday, March 13th,
WITH A FULL I.ISK OF
French Pattern Bonnets
AL I, THE NEW
Latest Parisian Novelties.
urYuu are cordially Invited to attend.
MADAMR HIT A MICHAUX baa i> -
moved to No. i ; Wilmington itreet,
where §lie will cut, nt and »w up the
waist ot a dress or lacque for ohe dollar.
Will also ko out tojeut, nt and pre pure
ork. 113 ml i
Saturday, March 16, 1878.
104 Main St., Opposite the Court House,
WHERE TUB I.ABQEST, BEST AND OHEAPEbT STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, ETC.,
Ever brought to this city ia now open for inspection,
consisting of all the
LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
For Ladies', Cents and Children's Wear.
LfiDicS' & GENTLEMEN'S CUSTOM WORK A Specialty"
Under the Supervision of Mr. George Stone.
SSTlJppers and Shoo Findings Constantly on Hand.
DILLON & KENEALY
ARK NOW RECEIVING THEIR
l>;reet Com Kiiiopean mil Betforn Kanufaoturera.
Black and Colored Silks, Shawls,
Dress Goods, 1
OK EVERY VARIETY AND STYLE. 1
Figured and Plain Piques, Printed Lineh*
Lawns, American, French and
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, Plain and Fancy.
•or An Immeum stock of domestic goods, all bieuda.-e>a
WW Bpsolal attention iHr*ile,i lo Ladiea' Underwear, iieut's Fui-uiaiiiug GonJ-< j
I.isle Thread una Rid Ulovea, Tic, eto.
20,000 YARDS BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERIES, ALL PRICES.
DILLON Ac KENEALY, I
86 MAIN ST., OPPOSITE TEMPLE BLOCK, Los Angeles!
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN MANUFACTURERS. I
CLOTHING, DRY fiOODSj
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc. I
I call the attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to my stock, which!
they are invited to examine, ai I can
Sell Cheaper than San Francisco at Wholesale and!
10. LATEIfTHAL, I
Corner of Los Angeles and Commercial Sts.. Hellman Block,l
Montana Meat Market.
FUiKLINCI Kit & FRANK, ffRK
The best and temtercal McatKWjjTTJ
In tbe market. None bnttbe eaaaaam.
Primes! Beef and Mutton
ever to be found. Note the address—Mou
•jhih Meat Market. Main street, near
first, Los \naoles
AH dealers of evory kind, everywhere!
are nereoy untitled nnd forbidden kIvIdM
any credn on my Hct-oiint to any pertoH
other tban or on my written ol
der. I shall pay no other dohts hereartaH
Incurred. A. E. ITTNtV.D
Los Angel»»,Murch 11,1874. rr-" fl