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lisUNDAY APRIL 21, 1878.
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j The elements of disintegration v
fla tbe Republican party are stead- "
Hy on tbe increase. There is an I
Intense bitterness between the old 1
[ line Republicans of the "bloody 1
> febirt" pattern and the Hayes fac
l tion. Either would far rather see
1 the Democracy succeed than assist
« la the elevation of the enemy of Its
: own household. It looks very much
as If the Republican party is destin- '
ed to be slaughtered In the house of '
its friends. While Evarts, Sber
, man, Devens and Sohurz may net j
be very popular public men, they (
nevertheless bave their friends,and
they represent an element In the
. Republican party which is by no
means without a certain influence.
Conkling, Blame, old Simon Cam- '
S eron, both the Chandlers and Ben
j Butl*r,have time and again poured '
the vitriol of their Invective upon
Hayes and his Cabinet, and now '
comes along George C. Oorham, of
California, who has lately acquit- '
ted himself of a political brochur*
of whloh the following extract af
fords a sample. We quote:
This administration will only be
regarded as Republican in my
judgment with tbe understanding
tbat the presence of Evarts in the
Cabinet is not an endorsement of
the policy of Andrew Johnson; tbat
Gen. Devens was not appointed
Attorney General because there
was any special merit in his hav
ing been the Democratic candidate
for Governor of Massachusetts
against John A. Andrew in 1862;
that Key le a monument of Yan
kee forbearance and not a " burn
ing and a shining light" for this
place; that Carl Scburz is a par
doned If not a repentant prodigal,
and not a token of the Presidential
vindication of tbe infamous mud
campaign of 1872; aud upon the
further understanding tbat our
party cannot oflend ttie President
by demanding iv its platform obe
dience to tbe Constitution and
laws or by denouncing tbe crimes
of tbe Democratic party iv organ
izing a violent resistance to both.
If the fear of Southern claims is
the only objection to Democratic
rule let those tight agaiust the rule
who can be stirred only by the fear
of having their pockets disturbed.
If the present wholesale disfran
chisement of our party in a dozeu
States is not worthy of passing
comment, then the party is in a
dry rot, aud cumbers the ground.
Those who want sympathy when
they are threatened with robbery,
will have to wuke up or simulate a
little sympathy for the survivors
of those who have been murdered
and with the dumb three-quarters
of a million Republican voters,
whose enforced surrender of politi
cal rights to murderers has pro
duced the peace sometimes mista
kenly attributed to the rest. The
Hayes conciliation policy men who
get sentimental over the murder
question and the actual subjugation
of Southern Republicanism may be
foolish aud impracticable, but they
have votes, aud must be concili
ated, if only to help defeat the
Southern claims. We must gain
fourteen Northern Congressional
districts in order to gain one ma
jority in tlio next House of Repre
sentatives, and a Democratic Clerk
makes the roll by which that House
is to be organized.
AS a sigu of the times we repro
duce elsewhere the conversation
had teceutly by the Washington
correspondent of the Detroit News
with Hon. Montgomery Blair, apro
pos of the resolutions which that
gentleman lately had passed by the
Maryland Legislature asking for
the re-opening of tbe Presidential
question aud the trial of Hayes's
right lo occupy tbe White House
on tho merits. Wo have here
tofore said that we regard it
as probable that Mr. Hayes
will be permitted to serve
out tbe balance of tbe term for
which he was designated by tbe
Electoral Commission. But it is
au unquestionable fact that this
fraudulent public functionary is in
larceuious possession of Mr. Til
den's office, that he sits iv tbo
White House iv defiance of the will
of the American people, and that
stranger things have itappened
than a writ of political ejectment,
which is provided for iv tbe Elec
toral bill itself, and by virtue of
which he might be unseated before
another twelvemonth has ,run its
course. It will he seeu tbat Mr.
Blalrsaid that, when be first intro
duced his rcsolutiou into tbe Mary
land Legislature, he could get but
six Democrats to have anything to
do with it. Ita passage, by a large
majority, at a later stage, shows
how quickly a revolution may be
effected In public sentiment. We
hardly think so good a thing is
likely to happen as the ignominious
expulsion of Hayos from an office
which he obtained by fraud, but we
shall heartily welcome such a
splendid vindication of Republican
The movement for tho encour
agement of our home industries is
being heartily favored by our peo
ple and the League will sum em
brace the great majority of the pop
ulation of Los Augeles couuty.
When we shall tan our owu hides,
make our own shoes aud boots, our
own paper, woolen goods, corn and
other meals aud flour, bacon, but
ter, cheese uud the other neces
saries of the household; when, we
aay, we ahull uot ouly make these
things but have a considerable sur
plus for export, iv addition to our
oranges, wine, brandies, cereals and
ather products of the farm, Los An- s
Seles will become in all verity a f
■elf-iuttalning community. We ,
•hall shortly begin to get rich. The ,
natural abundance is here, and all
we requlro Is to avail ourselves of
It. By tbe time a railway shall
reach from Los Angeles to the Mis
sissippi valley we shall bave hun
dreds of things to sell to the outside
world if we only handle ourselves
right. Let every one put his shoul
der to the wheel and labor to devel
ops spirit of local patriotism whicli
will extinguish our dependence on
San Francisco for tho necessaries of
life. That done, a brisk commerce
will gradually begin to grow up
The principal virus of the Kear
neyites is directed against tbe
Democracy for the simple reason
that that party has been the im
memorial friend of the working
man, and the agitators look upon
It as the ouly obstacle which
stands in their way. They regard
tho Republican party nsout of the
flght, and have applied themselves
to the formidable undertaking of
worsting the party founded by
Thomas Jefferson. The Demo
cratic party is haloed by memories
which appeal to the Workingman
and foreigner with irresistible
force, and the effort to break this
chain of endearing association must
needs be a violent oue. We are
glad to be able to express our sin
cere belief that it will be Ineffec
tual. When the issue shall be
squarely mada three Republicans
to one Democrat will vote the Kear
Gen. Shields, the other day,
brought to our office a pumpkin
vine ou whicli was a perfectly
formed pumpkin. Tbe viue was
some live or six feet iv length.
This is a marked commentary on
the uniform mildness of the Los
Augeles climate. In the East
pumpkins are just heiug planted
about this time. However, we
have more striking examples than
that. Green peas and strawberries
are grown in the open air here
everyday in the year, aud the ap
petizing dainties are litigoly en
joyed by our people.
The conspiracy lo deliver tbe
Democratic party over, liouud
hand and foot, to its adversaries,
is not meeting with (lie general
acceptaiioe which wus calculated
upon, we are glad to say. The
rank and file do not warm up to
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
IMpeolau to tlio Herald by tlio Western
Uuion Telegraph fJoitipatiy.l
Pacific Coast News.
Fatal Act-lilenl ac Anna Slauait.
Colton, Cal., 20.—An accident
occurred at the A qua Manea cross
ing of the Sauta Ana river, one
mile South of this place, tills
morning in whicli a girl named
Summons, 10 years of age, was
drowned and other persons serious
ly injured. The river is greatly
swollen by lhe heavy tain of yes
terday and last night antl Mr. L.
C. Tibbitta, of Riverside, endeav
ored to cross it with a four horse
team and wagon containing seve
ral ladies, the tstrl and oue man
beside himself. I lie current, which
was very swift, threw down one of
the lead horses and as soon as the
wagon stopped the current over
turned it and caught tbe child un
derneath, drowning her before tbe
wagon could be righted. Mr. Tib
bits bad au arm and a leg broken
and the other man met with some
injuries in the back. The surviv
ors are being kindly cared for at
Kallroad Surveys lit sionora.
San Diboo, April 20th.—The
Union's special dispatch from Tuc
son says that Robt. R. Symon, the
leading promotor, and Howard
Schuyler, Engineer of the Sonora
railway system, are here from
Guaymas, having made a careful
preliminary recouuoissance of the
routes from Mazatlan to Arizona,
and find three available routes,
two with scarcely an obstacle of
cousequence. A route had also been
examined eastward through Sonora
and Chihuahua with the purpose of
first building a road to connect
with the northern and eastern
lines approaching EI Paso and next
with Arizona, and quite certainly
Tucson, which is regarded as im
portant, with some change granted
iv tbe present concession now be
ing considered, by which active
steps to au early construction
would be taken. Mr. Symon firmly
believes that Congress ought to
grant aid to the Texas-Pacific. He
and Mr. Schuyler leave for San
Francisco to-day or to-morrow.
General Rosecrans, connected witli
the same enterprise, is due here by
ilerrlble Murder near C'arapo.
San Dieoo, April 20lh. —A tele
gram from l'ainim, this county, re
ports that a man named AI ford
Nnyes, a native of Massachusetts,
aged 38 years, was found murdered
near his cabin in Grapevine Cation.
It appears from tbe signs that be
had been attacked early on tbe
morning of tbe 18th, before he bad
dressed, immediately at the door of
the house aud the light continued
for about fifty feet from the door,
where the body lay. It appears
that tbe only weapon used was a
knife of some kind. Both of Noyes's
hands and arms were badly cut and
all about the head and throat was
very horribly lacerated, severing
the jugular vein. Beth sides of bis
bead were literally sliced to pieces.
No wounds were found on his body,
but one hundred were on his hands,
arms, neck and face. No trace of
tbe murderer bas been discovered.
Llgbl Dralh Br.oil
San Francisco, April 20.—The
smallest number of deaths of any
week for several mouths were re
corded at the Health Office this
week, vis: 86. No new cases of
small pox have beeu reported fir i
several weeks and two inmates of I
Twenty-sixth street hospital will '
shortly be discharged. Diphtheria i
does not figure In the report this I
Tbe flretH.fuw le Case.
Virginia, Nov., April 20th.— i
Thejury In the Breen-Cowie case,
after being out nil night, were dis
charged at ten this morning, being ,
unable to agree. They stood nine ,
to three fur acquittal. Mr. Lindsay,
for the prosecutiou, yesterday inti
mated in his closing speech that
the Sheriff had packed thejury for
Tho Sell oni Commend,!.
Biaos, April 20th.—The County
Central Committees havo united
and issued a call for a Citizens'
Convention here May llth—pri
maries ou the 4th—to elect dele
gates to tbe Constitutional Conven
Tbe weather is cold and cloudy,
with a heavy rain this afternoon.
Held to Answer—Mnleldc—Weailirr.
Eureka, Nov., April 20.—Jesse
Blgelow, the slayer of Gus Bolto,
has been held to await the action
of the next grand jury, and re
manded to custody, the court re
fusing to accept bail.
Edward Dunn, 28 years of age, a
native of Rome, N. V., aud a re
ceut arrival in Eureka, was fouud
this morning, hanging to an ox
frame. Failure to obtain work
and despondency was the motive of
It has been raining and snowing
in Eureka for tbo past week.
Stockton, April 20.—Yesterday
a man was stabbed by a stranger at
Humboldt Hall, on Weber Avenue.
Humboldt Hall is the working
i men's 15 cents restaurant. Tbe
, wound is a dangerous oue. The
offender was arrested and lodged in
Weather cloudy, wind south
i Taeu'T Mile Race Agnlusl Iliue.
1 San Francisco, April 20th.—At
• tbe Bay District track to-day Cou
, (roller was hacked to trot twenty
miles witliiu an hour, to wagon,
' for $500 a side. Track in flue
1 condition. Odds in favor of the
i horse about four to three. The
I horse won In 58:57, coming In fresh.
J The best time ou record. The offl
cere of the Society for the Preveu
» tiou of Cruelty to Animals were
l present, but found no grounds for
j Mearuejr Disturbers linnlbed.
Sacramento, April 20th.—The
. National Labor party organization
held a called meeting to-night on
Fourth street, iv the open air, at
which a large crowd ussemblod.
3 As soon us the speakers appeared
j some of the crowd began to disturb
the meeting by groans and untime
-Ily cbeerß. They occasionally
1 cheered for Kearney. Finally the
1 officers arrested Owen Winters for
. disturbing tbe meeting and took
him to the station house, followed
3 by a great crowd. This put a stop
to the disturbance. The Kearney
itee withdrew across X street and
held an opposition meeting, draw
ing considerably the largest crowd.
1 Winters was speedily bailed out
and soon after was presented ou the
stand at the Kearney meeting and
n received with cheers. This is the
first time in years that auy attempt
has beeu made here to breakup
street meetings and the failure to
effect thoir purpose is tlio topic of
Latest Eastern News.
until,**; ol the Samoa,, AiubaHnndur.
New York, April 20th.—The
steamer Clyde sailed for Aspin
wall to-day. Among the passen
gers are M. K. Lamaraea, Samoau
Commissioner on the part of the
United States, who returns to Sa
moa to ratify the recent treaties
entered into by tbe United States.
On the arrival of the Ambassador
at Panama be will be met by Mr.
Colmesnil, who left here a few
weeks since via San Francisco, and
the party will proceed to Samoa
ou the sloop of war Adams, which
vessel has been placed at tbe dis
posal of Ambassador Lamamea.
After a short stay she will return
to the United States and proceed to
England and France.
Tobneco nud l u ool,l c Tax
Washington, April 20th.—The
Committee of Ways aud Means re
port an amendatory internal reve
nue bill levying a tax of sixteen
cents per pound on tobacco, $5 per
thousaud on cigars aud $1 25 per
thousand on cigarettes not weigh
ing 3J pounds. Tbo Income tax is
two per centnm ou all sums over
Tbe McUarrnhau iMveeilzauoa.
Washington, April 20th.—The
McGarraban investigation was re
sumed by tbe Senate Committee
on Public Lands tliis morning. Au
hour or mora was consumed by
disputes between counsel as to the
admissibility of documents ottered
by tbe New Idria Company. They
consisted of a letter from Secretary
Cox to tbe Commissioner of tbe
General Land Office in reference to
the status of the Pauocbe Grande
controversy In 1870 and its previous
history, a letter from President
Grant to Secretary Cox directing
him to withhold the issuance of
tbe patent to the New Idria Com
pany while McGarrahan's claim
remained pending in' Congress and
Secretary Cox's reply to this letter,
all of which have heretofore been
published. The committee decirlld
tbat, under its previous rulings,
they cannot now be received in ev
idence. The committee also ex
cluded a letter written by Acting
Secretary Cowen, of August 4tb, in
forming McGarraban tbat the de
partment declined to erase the
cancellation which had been writ
ten across the Panocbe Grande
patent by order of Secretary Cox.
Warwick Martin was sworn as a
witness for the New Idria Compa
ny. He testified that iv April,
1870, he was authorized by Neely
Thompson to negotiate with Mo-
Garrahan for a compromise sale of
New Idria's interests iv tbe Pano
obe Grande, and he made McGar
raban a proposition, which was
denied. The witness then went to
New York, and between the Ist
aud 10th or October became ac
quainted with Frederick Frank,
McGarrahan's Secretary, and C. P.
Shaw, McGarrahan's attorney, and
reported to them that I). O. Mills,
In behalf or the New Idria Com
pany, had authorized him to offer
to sell the New Idrla interests for
$500,000. Shaw A Frank enter
tained tbe proposition and iv fre
quent interviews assured him that
they were endeavoring to obtain
money to close the offer. "They re- 1
ferred in this conversation to Moses i
Taylor and Marshall O. Roberts as >
capitalists with whom the McGar
han party wero negotiating for
means. D. O. Mills went back to
California after agreeing to leave '
the offer open till the2oth. Ou tho 1
7th Barron, President of the New ;
Idrla Company, arrived from '
Europe and asked witness for in
formation as to what parties were
conducting tbo negotiations. Wit
ness up to that time bad known
only Shaw A Frank In the matter,
but Shaw then informed him that
Simon Stevens was the gentleman
who was negotiating for McGarra
han with capitalists. Witness in
troduced Stevens to Barron about
the Bth or 9th of November and
Stevens thanked him for the intro
duction. Ou the 10th of Novem
ber Barrou informed witness that
Lees & Waller, New York corres
pondents of tho New Idrla Com
pauy, had received a telegram from
Sau Fraucisco withdrawing the
Mills proposition. Barrou Inti
mated to him the evening before
that this would probably be dove
as tlio parties did not seem dis
posed to rniso the money.
Crooketlitesa or a. F. Stearil.
Washington, April 20th.— G.
Wiley Wells, late Consul General
at Shanghai, was to-day further
examined by the House Committee
on Expenditures in the State De
partment, with reference to the
charges agaiust G. F. Seward,
Minister to China. Wells showed
that illegal fees were charged to
the government and illegal fees ex
acted from prisoners. Iv one em
bezzlement case of $200, the fees
amounted to $1,000.
Wool nt New Torb nud Boston.
New York, April 20th.—Woel
very dull and weak. California
has sold to the extent of 25,000
pounds of fall at 13@16. Tbe Bos
ton market has beeu a trine more
active, but at lower prices, with no
indications of improvement. Sales
of California have been fair, com
prising 117,400 spring at 16®28 and
276,000 pouuds of fall.
Alipllealloua l,ir Peuelou".
Washington, April 20th.—It is
stated at tho peusiou office that al
ready there have been received
0,000 applications from persons
claiming pensions under the law
recently passed by Congress grant
ing pensions regardless of length
of service to all soldiers of tbe war
of 1812 and their widows. Five
hundred and tlfty-six thousand dol
lars per annum will be required to
pay those from whom applications
are now received, although, when
' the bill was under consideration by
Congress, it was stated on the floor
ofthe Senate lhat the number of
new pensioners would not exceed a
New I'nllfurulii Pout Rome*.
Washington, April 20th.—The
annual post route bill as passed by
the Houso and sent to tbe Senate,
' provides for tbe creation ofthe fol
j lowing new post routes in tbe Pa-
I ciflc States and Territories: Cali
-1 fornia—El Moute tn Axusa; Center
ville to Squaw Valley; Sulphur
Creek to Elk Creek; King's River,
• via Squaw Valley, Mill Creek,
Banger Camp nnd Townseud's lo
European Cable News.
I'epe Lee Cuuflilenl.
Rome, April 20th. —At tbe Easter
reception of Cardinals to-day. Pope
Leo dwelt upon tbe strength and
vitality of tbe Pontificate. He said
the war which bas been declared
agaiust the Papacy from the earli
est times coutinues with undimin
ished fierceness. Trusting in the
good will of the faithful, we are
ready to carry on the warfare and
to uphold the rights of the church.
The Pontiff concluded hy express
ing the hope that the erring chil
dren would finally submit,
Tlio P, nee Ciingress.
London, April 20lb.—The week
closes with tho prospects of the
Eastern difficulty no brighter. The
belief tbat Bismarck had contrived
a form of invitation removing all
objections and soothing all suscep
tibilities, seemed to be corroborated
by news from Vienna, that the
parliamentary business of the
Austro - Hungarian Government
was being pushed forward in order
to set Count Andrassy at liberty to
attend the Congress, aud In the
suggestion that tbe powers should
meet to consider how, in conse
quence of the facts which occa
sioned tlio treaty of San Stefano,
the treaties of 1850 and 1871 should
be modified, had, it was hoped,
been fouud a recognition at once
of the treaties for which England
contended aud the claim of Russia
that her achievements in the late
war should he respected; but, as the
Timet states, however hopeful
such suggestions may appear, eve
rything depends on the specific
form In which| they are presented,
and, as it seems that has not borne
the test of strict consideration, it
is possible that Russia attaches
some reserve to her consent to dis
cuss all tbe clauses of the treaty of
San Stefano, and that she cannot
be brought to recognize distinctly
the claim of the great powers to a
voice in all the new arrangements
which affect the Eastern question.
Tbe Turkl.u Mlnlslerlil Crisis.
London, April 20th.—Tho situa
tion in and around Constantinople
attracts much attention. A Vien
na dispatcli says the min
isterial crisis is viewed
with misgivings as capable
of introducing a distracting ele
ment into the negotiations. What
ever may be tbe cause ofthe crisis,
and whatever may have so sudden
ly determined its final issue, the
removal of Ahmed VefikElTendi is
sufficient to indicate the character
of the changes. It would never
theless,perhaps,be premature to'say
tbat Russian influence lias now be
come paramount in his Cabinet.
It rather looks as if the object of
the change had been to check too
extreme tendeuces and, at the same
time, the friction thereby caused
between them in the Cabinet. Tbe
decision of the struggle between
England and Russia for influence
in Constantinople, has thus, appa
rently, beeu postponed. The rela
tive position of the two can scarce
ly be said to remain unaltered,
siuce, with Ameil Veflk Effendi as
Premier, England, bad the key of
influence in the Cabinet and was
thus as it were in possession. Now,
however, this security is In a great
measure gone, while there is some
danger that if, in their endeavor to
prevent a collision, the new minis
try should make some concessions
to Russia, the British embassy may
be last to know thereof, for a wide
field is thus opened to suspicion
and misunderstanding and conse
quently to accidents.
Tbe ICHialnu Army Keell.se.
Peka, April 20th.—A correspon
dent treating on tbo military situ
ation at the Turkish capital, auy.*:
Although many tilings war
rant the supposition tbat
the Turke would tight to
keep the Russians out of Constanti
nople, they hi ye uot distinctly
made up their minds to do so. But
admitting a theoretical intention
on the part of the Turks to resist
Russian occupation, it does uot ap
pear that 90,000 Ottoman soldiers
around the Capital are an Insuper
able barrier to surprise. The Rus
sians know very well that If thoy
wait to make a coup de maiu until
war is declared, the chances agaiust
them will be ranch heavier than if
they make it befoieband. They
have everything at their command
—force, money, diplomacy aud In
trigue. It does not require a very
lively imagination to conceive how,
when Russia has made up her
mind that it is necessary to come
into Constantinople, she will se
cure her prize. The restlessness iv
the Russian camp is Increasing
every day. The temper of the
whole camp Is one of almost irre
pressible fret ful lies*. Any till ng is
better than to sit still rotting In
filth, dreaming vainly of home and
watching death sowing aud reap
ing. Accordiug to reports which I
believe to be true the peaceful
spirit has fled from the camp
aud the idea of war is again wel
come. With this spirit abroad aud
as far as I can learn it is not con
fined to the less reflective or irreson
sfble ranks of tbe army, itlmust
not be overlooked that the tempta
tions to a coup de main are very
?rom a Dlsllug-msbca Jnrlet.
"I have tried the Peruvian sykcp. and
the result fully sustalus jour prediction.
It bas mudo a new man of me, Infused In
to my system new vigor and cnorgy. I
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as wheu you last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, aud with a larger capacity for
labor—mental and physical-than ut any
tlino during the last Aye years. Sold by
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Scaled Proposals are solicited by the
Southern California Horti
At their office, No, 18 SPRING ST., until
fKIOAT, April 27, 1878, at 4 P, af„
for the lease or purchase of a lot on whloh
toerccta Horticultural Pavilion, propos
als to contalu price and terms.
Los Angeles, April 20, 18T8.
J. DeHARTH SfIORB, Preh't.
L. M. HoLT.See'y. alltd
CATTLE FOR SALE.
FAT CATTLE, SI'OJK CATTLE AND
Address, J. a, SHIELDS, Clly. 021 lw
HOME INDUSTRY LEAGUE
MEETINGS FOR TOE PTJRPO3E OF OR
ganlzing lloiuo Protection Leagues
will be held as follows.
Monday, April 22—At Pomona.
Tuoaday, " 23-At Riversido.
Wednesday, " 24—At San Bernardino
Thursday, " 25—At El Monte,
Friday, " 26—At Downey City.
Saturday, " 27—At Los Angelea.
Monday, " 29—At Anaheim.
Tuesday, " 30—At Santa Ana.
Wcdnosday, May I—it Wilmington.
Thursday, " 2—At Compton.
Saturday, " 1— At SanU Monica.
Capable ipeakere will fill tbe above ap
polotuients, and tln people of the respect
ive localities are requeatsd to make the nec
essary preparations for tho carrying out of
the objects of the meetings.
By order of thj
Jims J. Areas, secretary.
VlNVVmiiiwli, cmoi.ua. ■*
ST<> . <l»yat home. Agents wanted,
AaS Outfit and terms free. TRUE A
~ Augusta, Maine. marltdAwly
Certificate of Co-Partner- I
KNO»V ull men by these presents: That
we, Patrick Kinc, residing lv tbe
city of Los Angeles, county of Loa An
geles, uud Tnomas MeMubon, residing
In tbe oily of Los Angeles, county of Los I
Angeles, In tlio Stale ol California, do I
hereby certify aud declare that we have
organized and formed ourselves Into a
co-partnership, and we covenant and
agree, each with tho other, to be co-part
nera for the purpose of carrying and con
ducting tho business of Hoarding
House, Saloon and Restaurant keopiug,
In the clly of Los Angoles, county of
Los Angeles, State of California, under
the firm name and style of KLINE
That tbo principal place of business of ]
snid co-partnersnlp is situated lv the
city of Los Angeles, county of Loa Ange- •
les, and State aforesaid. That the
names of ull the persons Interest
ed as partners In such business are above
stated aud signed hereto, and that such
partnership will continue aud bo in force
until further notice by us. <
In witness whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands and seats, this twentieth
day of April, A. D. 1878.
PATRICK KINE. ISeal.J
THOMAS McMAIION. \soal.]
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1„
Couuty of Los Angeles.)
On this 20th day of April, In the year
one thousand eight hundred and seventy
eight, before me, A. W. Potts, County
Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the County
Court In and lor tbe said eounly ofl.es
Angeles, personally appeared Patrick
Kineand Thomas McMabou, known to
me to he the same persons whose names
aro subscribed to the within Instrument,
and acknowledged to me that they exe
cuted the same.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and atllxed my olUcial seal,
the day and year In this certificate
nrst above written. A. W. POTTS,
ap2o lm County Clerk.
JUST RECEIVED, THE BEST LINE
EVICT* OI'KNEU lIKRIi.
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
Flannel and Lightweight
JUST RECEIVED nt the
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
Having been nopoluted General Agent
Mutual Aid Association
of Southern California, ray office w!ll
hereafter be wit h E. Germain & Co. The
advantages of the Mutual Aid Associa
tion aa a protective society cannot be ex
aggerateu. Persons desiring to secure a
resource in time of need should commu
nicate with me. a4tf H. SHKRWOOL).
To House Owners,
It is now the best season ofthe year to
paint buildings. Be not deceived into
buying worthless paint mixtures, but
eali at the PAINT DEPOT ol
Foster, Howard & Co.,
No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, and examine
samples of the BEST PAINTS in the
market before buying. OS-PRICES LOW.
Silver taken at par. The current, pre
mium allowed on gold and greenbacks.
I am nowready to rc?elvo animals on
1 pasture. In uiy lauds, In the
" western part of tho city.
All animals atowners' risk.
Apply at my office. I". BKAUDRY.
81 New High street, opposite Pico House
Physiology and Phrenology.
At her rooms, southeast corner of Second
and olive streets, from 10 a. iv. to 4 p. m.,
on Physiology and Phrenology. All per
sons suffering from any kind of disease,
male or female, should not fail of con
sulting Mrs. 8., as she will answer all
questions on Pysiology. All secrets kept
i inviolate. Persons wishing lo consult
f Mrs. li. at Ihelr own residences, can
- leave their orders at Btecre A Baldy's
Furniture Store, 110 Main street, opposite
. tbe Court House.
mS-OHAICGES MODERATE. lelO-lm
Notice of Removal,
Monday or Tuesday Next
I WILL KEHOVE MY
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
From ICI Main street,
To No. 28 Central Block,
I shall be glad to welcome my custom
ers at my new quarters.
a. s. Mcdonald.
EIGHTY THOUSAND AP
lam prepared to sell,at unprecodent
edly low tigures, eighty thousand apple
trees, of the most approved varieties.
Those who propose to set out orchards
would do well to call aud examine my
stook. lam also prepared to sell PEAK
and other orchard trees, on favorable
terra*. My object in sacrificing these
trees Is to retire from the nursery bust-
G. D. COMPTON,
COMPTON, Los Angeles Co,, Cal
1 ofTer my place, three-quarters ol a
mile from Downey City, on the Wllming
toa road, adjoining the Colloge; at a bar
gain. It comprises
Fifteen of which are In fruit, of choice
varieties. There are eight acres of Mus
cat grapes. Comlortabie house on the
LOW PRICE A REASONABLE TERMS.
Immediate possession will be given, 11
desired,with the entire growing crop ol
fruits, etc. Water rightattaohed to land,
but no neoesstty Jpr use. Apply to
Jyl 6m 0. H. ALLEN, on the premises.
LEHMAN & CO.
Furniture. Carpets, i
Completest and Most Select
STOCK. IN THE CITY.
IMT PRICES THE LOWEST AND SE
LECTIONS THE BEST.
Repairing & Upholstery Work
MADE A SPECIALTY.
BW Call and see ua before purchasing
129& 131 MAIN ST..
mmf modonald block.
WE SELL OUR
BY FAR CHEAPER THAN ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
ANEW ENTERPRISE FOR LOS
Tlio PACIFIC DAIRY
Have opened a Milk Depot,
On Temple St., Near Spring,
And are prepared to sell absolutely pure
milk, received fresh twice a day, at
F-IVJC CKNTH A. QUART.
Milk is cheuper than whisky. Friends
of the blue ribbon, don't forget tho place,
Temple slreet, near Spring,
arSWEKT CREAM, BUTTERMILK,
BUTTER, EGGS, Milk by the Glass, etc.
Bread and Milk and cold lunch, 10 cents.
Persons who desire to become conver
sant witli photography will be Instructed
in tbe art by me upon an expeditious
method and at moderate rates.
SECOND-HAND OUTFITS FOR
SALE, AT SIOO, S2OO AND
UP TO SIOOO.
These are decided bargains, and the
purchasers are certain of large profits.
apSlf Welfensteln's Art Gallery.
Has removed his Agricultural Imple
ment Store to
No. 34 Aliso Street,
Next door to Lambourn & Turner. m3l lm
, TTNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS AT
; U 60c; Hats, 50c.; Socks, i pairs for
' 25c.: Haudkerchlo s, 2 for 25c.
i SUTTof CLOTHES for §6.75,
. and all ?oods sold at oar store 2*> per
cent, cheaper than any other
houso in the clly.
• SPRING St., CENTRAL BLOCK.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
On ALAMEDA STREET, opposite the
TWENTY ACRES, all under cultiva
tion; 700 orange and other fruit trees,
many in bearing; good new residence,
* with seven rooms, surrounded with or
namental shade trees and shrubbery; a
i large barn,granary,chicken house, well,
i etc.; also, 10.(mo grape vines of the
- choicest varieties. This property Is of
p ferod at private tale, at a bargain, up to
; WEDNESDAY, MAY Bth, when, at 10
1 o'clock a. m., on the premises, it will be
t sold at public sale. Terms — Cash, gold
t coin. Title Perfect.
1 For further particulars enquire of
■ E. W. NO YES, Auctioneer,
c np!3 td No. I Market Street.
THE GRAND OPENING
'J. LEITOI lE?,,
No. 1 16 MAIN STREET,
NEXT TO CHEVALIER'S DRUG STORE, CARPONA BLOCK,
Exhibited to tbe peqple Qf Los Angeles the greatest and fines! assoctment of
OJF HIS OWN MANUFACTURE,
• And the LOWKST PRIOKH ever availed of by them. An extensive
experience In France and San Francisco has enabled Mr. Lenoir to Invito the pub
lic to an inspection of the most exquisite array of
Book Cases, Wardrobes. Tables of all kinds, Parlor
and Bedroom Furniture, Chairs, Mirrors, etc.,
Ever Seen Here.
J. LENOIR, lie Main Street.
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN MANUFACTURERS.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc.
I call the attention qf COUNTRY MERCHANTS to my stock, which
they are invited to examine,, as I pan
Sell Cheaper than San Francisco at Wholesale and
Corner of Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., Hellman Block.
A. McKE NZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DoWOI.F
& Co., San Franclßco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville, Ky.,by tho D -ttlo
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAMPLE BOOM
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
War ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT, -
Main street, near Court, Loa Angelea
With Water Power,
1 On tho west side of ALAMEDABTREET,
i on the line of and adjoining tho
Southern Pacific Depot.
This Water Power
Consists of a stream, with a rapid cur
- rent, three feet deep and six feet wide.
I For further particulars, apply at the
i ofEce of
ROBERT S. BAKER,
lv Arcadia Block, Loa Angeles St.
HEINZEMAN & ELLIS,
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES,
• PUREST ERUQS and PATENT MEDI.
cities of all kinds. »W Prescriptions care
fully compounded day and night. no2-tf-t
> FRENCH DRUG STORE!
t V. CHEVALIER'S
Has been removed from SIONOREIVS
r ULQCK to
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite tho Mariposa Store.
• FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
J PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
• ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
BQe-prcscrlptlons prepnrcd with great
„ CO TO THE
'.' CAPITAL BAKERY,
jj No. 57 SPRING Si., Near First.
9 Where the FINEST ASSORTMENT of
• BREAD AND CAKES
In Ihe city Is to be found. WEDDING
CAKES A SPECIALTY.
I m2l-lm HENRY SCHUMACHER.