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THURSDAY MAY 2, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The lUrald Sleam Prlutlug House Is
not surpassed bi auy Job Printing office
on the Pacific Coast, outside or San Fran
clsoo, In faoiltties for doing; Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
nay be relied upon at this office.
A Hopeless Struggle
Tbe leaders of tbe Republican
party are now engaged lv au at
tempt to beat up the dissensions iv
their party until after tbe Con
gressional elections th is Fall.
Never was a forlorn hope entered
Into with less expectation of vic
tory than characterizes their pres
ent Congressional campaign. Du
ring the coming Fall and Winter,
successors to twenty-five Senators
will be elected, to take their
seats on the 4th of March, 1879.
Biz of them, Spencer, of Alabama;
Dorsey, of Arkansas; Sargent, of
California; Couover, of Florida;
Matthews, of Ohio, and Patterson,
of South Carolina, all Republicans,
are certain to be suoceeded by Dem
erats. Tbls alone would make a
difference of twelve votes, and even
were no other changes to occur
would give a Democratic majority
of ten Senators. It is possible that
the seats of Barnum, of Connecti
cut, and Voorhees, of Indiana, may
be lost, in which event tbe Demo
crats would still have a clear work
ing majority of six. There are, be
sides, six Republican seats in more
or less danger—those of Oglesby,
of Illinois; Conkling, of New York;
Cameron, of Pennsylvania; Jones,
of Nevada; Mitchell, of Oregon,
and Howe, of Wisconsin. In four
of these States tbe Legislatures are
either Democratic or Independent;
in the other two, New York and
Pennsylvania, the contest will be
extremely close. Allowing the
Democrats, however, ouly three of
these six doubtful, without any loss
in Connecticut or Indiana, our ma
jority in the next Senate would be
at least sixteen Allowing all the
■ix, which is by no means an im
probable event, would Bwell our
majority to twenty-two. Allowing
none at all, ami conceding the loss
of Connecticut, which we regard
as highly improbable, tbe Demo
crats would still have a clear, work
ing majority of six in the Senate.
Our present majority in the House
is at least twenty. A searching
review of the election returns con
vinces us that with less than half a
dozen exceptions every district now
represented by a Democrat can be
carried again. The Democrats will
undoubtedly loss the seat for Colo
rado, tlie seat of Mr. Benedict, of
New York, and the seat of Mr.
Jones, of New Hampshire. About
a dozen districts are uncertain.
Gen. Chalmers, of Mississippi, and
Mr. Shelley, of Alabama, have
powerful negro majorities to over
come; the majority of Mr. Lauder?,
of Connecticut, was only about 100;
Mr. Hartzell, of Illinois, had a ma
jority of 20; Mr. Walsh, of Mary
land, had hut 14; Mr. Slender, of
Pennsylvania, had a majority of 00;
Mr. Reilly, of tbe same State, had
81; Mr. Banning, of Ohio, about 00;
and Messrs. Willis, Heart and
Lockwood, of New York, and Mo-
Maliou, of Ohio, majorities which
were not laruo enough to make
their districts absolutely certain.
The slender majority of our own
Representative, Mr. Wiggiuton,
Is well known. Hera ends the
Democratic danger line. On tlie
o'.hir hand the Republican tenure
in a large number of districts is
Very uncertain. Of the New York
delegation, Chittenden, of Brook
lyn, ouly had a majority of 152;
Gen. McCook, 813; Mr. Starin less,
with two other districts that could ,
bo easily regained hy tlie Demo- ,
crats. In Florida Mr. Bisbee holds
his sjat by a prima facie title ou a
majority of only 18, He will be un- ,
seated aud his district will surely ,
return a Democrat. From Missouri (
four seats aro tilled by Republi- |
cans who are absolutely certain to |
be replaced by Democrats, as the |
Legislature of that State has re
districted the State witli that
view. In South Carolina the three
uo.jro members, Hainey, Cain and
-.Smalls, are sure to bo succeeded by
Democrats. In Ohio tho Demo
crats must gain this fall at least
one or two seats, for tha majorities
of Messrs. Foster, Cox, Neal and
V T an Vorhes were small and their
districts all went strongly Demo
cratic lust l-'aii. In Indiana, where
the Democrats only elected four out
of the thirteen members, though
they carried tiie State by a major
ity of 0,030, they must gain, too,
this fall. Messrs. White, Kebiuson,
Browne and Sextou, of that mat.;,
had very frail majorities, and never
can all these districts be carried
again by the Republicans, (n
liiulsiana the seat of the late Mr.
lie >uard is sure for the Democrats.
In Illinois Messrs. Brenlano, Boyd
and Tipton really represent Demo
cratic districts. In Pennsylvania
Mr. Campbell represents a Demo
cratic district. It is more than
probable that Duff will carry the
Twenty-second Pennsylvania Dis
trict over Errett, the present In
cumbent. Even iv lowa tbo
Dubuque district, now represented
by Mr. Burdick, could bo easily re
gained, especially if Mr. Ainsworth
could be persuaded to make tbe
race agaiu. In Virginia we are
likely to gain Mr. Jnrgenseu's aeat
And in Wiscousiii Mr. Caswell's.
The not impossible loss of not more
than ten seats now held by Demo
crats is very comfortably offset by
the gain of twenty now held by Re
publicans. In any event the Dem
ocratic majority in tbe next House
cannot be less than twenty, and
will probably reach forty.
It is In the face of such probabil
ities that the Republican leaders
try to maintain a Mark Tupley
frame of mind.
Partizan Unfairness-A Tetting
The Republican parly has always
claimed to be the pink of perfec
tion. Appraised ut its estimate
of itself, no party that ever existed
deserved to be mentioned in the
same day with it. It sets itself up
arrogantly as the Cod nnd morality
party. It claims all the houesty
ana all the decency, with tlie intel
ligence with a capital I thrown in,
as a matter of course, on the prin
ciple of the tail going with tho
hide. Weighty as have been the
services of the Democratic party in
the early days of the Republic,
they have been more than rivaled
by its matchless record of the past
ten years. What would have be
come of the United States under
the flood of Orantism, with its dual
tendencies to corruption and to im
perialism, if it had not been for the
Democratic party? The long, de
termined and patriotic resistance
of that party to both have given the
country a breathing spell and ena
bled it to take a new departure, a
course in which only can salvation
In proportion as the Democracy
has been resolute in its spirit of Re
publican simplicity and ecouomy
has the disposition on the part of
the Republican leaders to sneer at
it Jgrown in Intensity. Since
the fatal Republican ascendency in
the House of Representatives lias
been replaced by a Democratic ma
jority in that body, tlie expenses of
the Federal government have de
creased enormously. You would
never learn from a Republican
journal that the national outlays
had been lessened a dollar by the
Democracy. The people, however,
occasionally see these tilings. The
last Democratic House of Repre
sentatives decreased tlie national
expenditures fully thirty millions
of dollars, and if (hey could have
obtained the co operation of the
Republican Senate they would have
made the reduction sixty millions,
Every dollar of leduetiou was ob
tained after a strenuous light,
and tlie retrenchment owed
its Inspiration entirely to tho
Democratic parly. Tho Demo
cratic majority of tlie House of
Representatives is now in a mortal
battle with the Republican Senate
to add at least another ten millions
of dollars lo the thirty millions se
cured at tho last session. The
struggle will be at least partially
successful, a:id the country will
owe ever}'dollar saved to the un
bending integrity and perseverance
of the Democracy. Next year we
shall not only control the House
by a satisfactory working majority,
but we shall have a handsome ma
jority in the Senate of tbo United
State 3as well. Then tho party can
give full sway to its spirit of re
There will never ho any recogni
tion of this unselfish patriotism in
Republican quarters. The orators
aud journals of that party, to evade
the force of retrenchments already
accomplished and others which
will be made, will set up a howl
about the payment of the rebel
debt and cotton claims, chimeras
which wero relied upon to blind
fools to the actual good which is
now apparent In the first install
ment of a return to even a partial
Democratic rule. But while the
mass of the Republican party will
never, uuder any circumstances,
coucede that any good may come
out of the Democratic Nazareth,
there is a small margin of Repub
licans who note the facts, and who
are coming over to us. This record
of economy is putting (lie Demo
cratic party, besides, in excellent
trim for the next Presidential cam
paigu—a battle which would ap
pear to havo been already won.
It there ever was a time to dem
onstatethe vitality of the Los An
geles Democracy, iv our opinion it
is now. We have never enter
tained a doubt of our ability to
carry the Banner Democratic
county with a good ticket, and our
faith is stronger now than ever.
Wo trust that, at the meeting of
the Democratic County Committee
Saturday, steps will be taken for
an energetic campaign. Demo
crats desire to incorporate the
great Democratic principles of
equal taxation, responsibility of
corporations to the peoplo nud tbe
legislature, local government, and
States' Rights to the extent advo
cated by Jefferson aud Madison,
into the new Constitution, and the
way to do it is to elect staunch
Democrats to the Convention.
The County Convention of tbe
Workiugmen's party, to nominate
delegates to the Constitutional
Convention, will meet In this city
May 25th, at one o'clook P. m . J.
H. Butler, No. 4S Spring street.will
inform delegates of the place of
The Blue Ribbon Club (Mur
pheyites; held arousing meeting at
Union Hall laat evening. The lec
ture of the Rev. Mr. Mann was a
sound temperance discourse and
was listened to with attention by a
large and appreciative audience.
To pass a pleasant Sunday go to
the race track.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
inpeelul lo the Herald by Hie Western
Union Telegraph Conipaajr.l
Pacific Coast News.
Net Yet Appelated
San Fhancisco, May Ist.—The
Bulletin says: A special dispatch
from Sacramento Informs us that
the Bank Commissioners, author
ized under tho act of the last ses
sion, have not yet been appointed
by tho Governor.
Larifc Travel—Tlie Two t oiimiilleee
San Fhancisco, May Ist.—The
leading hotel keepers of the city
say that tho rush lo Yosi mite, the
Geysers and other points of inter
est in tho State this season is
unprecedented. Tlie parties are
composed to a great extent of Eu
The Republican anil Democratic
State Committees met again this
afternoon at the Palace Hotel.
W. 0. O'Brl.-t. tirenlii* Winker.
San Rafael, May Ist.— W. S.
O'Brien is gradually getting weak
er. Ilia end is evidently near.
WwrltMMlSl IM«elinr(rcil Irum ('oti*ol-
i I 11' il Virginia,
Viroisia, May Ist. —The entire
working force of tlie 1,200, 1,300
and 1,400-foot levels of tho Consoli
dated Virginia wero discharged yes
serday; alsosomefrora the 1, Ho and
1,750 foot levels, making three hun
dred in all, in order to make needed
repairs of the shaft. Tho company
has a large surplus of bullion on
baud to pay two one dollar divi
dends for the next sixty days.
vim t'rnncteeo .UnrkriM
San Fhancisco, May I.—Flour
quiet; superfine $5(a;o}; extra SOJ
©7|; jobbing $6ii@7. Wheat—in
active; holders linn; choice ship
ping $2.12J@2.15; shipping $email@example.com.
Corn—receipts expected from Oma
ha. Sales of to arrive, mixed $1.95.
California held at $firstname.lastname@example.org; good
demaud. Barley—dull, feed Doc©
11.02}; brewing si. 20© l. 25. Oat s—
choice grades firm at $1.-10©1.50,
old $3J@3}. Wool—better grades
firm: Southern hurry 14@17c; good
free 18@22e; Northern 24©20.
Latest Eastern News
A lilliuor ».:»: in riliicu.
New York, May Ist.—lt is ru
mored that f. J. Tilden will live in
Washington next winter anil give
many brilliant entertainments.
A n'ulli AraiiiKl Hie ■ »rtli.
Touosto, May I.— Jas. Hender
son Duff, of Ihis city, starts to day
to walk the distance of tlie cireum
ferenco of the earth. Ho proposes
to walk forty miles each working
day for two years, which will give
him a day over what lie requires
to accomplish the 25,000 mi lei, He
istoreceivo tho sum of $10,000 if
be accomplishes tlie task. During
the walk he will try to bring down
tlie best records for various distan
ces He starts here and will con
tinue ids walk in tiio priucipal cities
of Canada and tlie Stales, crossing
afterwards to Paris and then to the
principal places in Ureat Britain
and on tho continent.
Tue Kama i'»mH Mai tint.
Omaha, May I.—The court mar
tial trial of Gen. A« V. Kaulz be
gan this morning. All the mem
bers of the court aro present, with
Gen. Augur acting as president.
The charges and specifications were
read to the defendant, who a9ked
until to-morrow to prepare a special
plea of defence Tno court there
upon adjourned till to-morrow.
Sltllult Bull Nctkiuic Peace.
Chicaoo, May Ist.—Gen. Sheri
dan tills afternoon received n re
port from Gen. Miles, dated head
quarters of tho District of the Yel
low Stone, Fort Keogh, Montana,
informing him that Sitting Bull
had sent a half breed to General
Miles enquiring what kind of a
peace the United States would
make with them and saying that
tho Great Father was of course too
rich to expect tlie Indians to give
up their poor little ponies and their
old guns. Gen. Miles in leply in
formed Sitting Bull that if
he desired to stop hos
tilities, a peace could bo made
which would end all trouble be
tween tlie whites and Indians and
that when the Indians gave up
their ponies aud guns they will re
ceive cattle aud other property of
greater value In their place, aud
that when peace is made the gov
ernment will provide for them as it
does for all friendly Indians.
Uelmboiii Atfuiti iu*nuc.
New York May Ist.—The well
known Dr. Helmbold was arrested
in (lie streets early this morning
and later was taken to Bellevue
Hospital Buffering from acute in
sanity. His physicians think he
will recover in a few days.
llorte Tbieves iv Hfmrntrng.
Fort Fetterman, May Ist.—
On tbe night of the SBtb four
masked men broke into Iho ranch
of John B. Smith, near Fort Mc-
Keuney, stole everything of value
in the house and ran oil'four horses
and two mules. To-day a party of
twenty cavalrymen, uuder the fa
mous scout, Frank Grouard, left
Fort McKinney to scour the
country for the thieves. The road
between this post and MuKinney
is so infested witli organ
ized bands of horse thieves
that travel with horses or mules is
almost impossible, thieves running
off the animals every opportunity.
A vigilance committee Is strongly
Deadwood, Dakota, May I.—a
reliable report received here to
day states that two horee thieves,
names unknown, while attempting
to ford Cheyenne River, 100 miles
from here, were drowned. Their
horse 9, which wero stolen from
Mrs. Scott's Ranch, at Jennis's
Stockade, were found on the bank
of the river.
Defeated by Mexican Krjrulars.
Brownsville, Texas, May I.—
On Friday two hundred men at
Larronds, eighteen miles from
here, who attempted to cross the
Rio Gruude, were met by Mexican
regulars and defeated and eight
Heveuiie Informer Snot.
Washington, May Ist.—lnter
nal Revenue Commissioner Baum
Is informed that 8. E. Cummlngs,
who has furnished revenue officials
with information, was shot hy un
known parties at his house, In
Baldwin county, Georgia, last
UoHtou Wool Rlitrliel,
Boston, May Ist.—The wool
market has been characterized by
transactions to a fair extent, but
prices continue to rule low and un
satisfactory, with no prospect of a
favorable change. Holders are
anxious to close up stocks, as the
wool season i 9 fast drawing to a
close. California is iv fair de
mand, with sales of spring at 20©
2S and full at 14Q}20.
European Cable News.
Kutfluml's political Abluilioii.
London, May ].— Political tlem
onstrutlous for ond against the gov
ernment are the orderof this week.
A popular meeting was held at
Bradford Monday in support of the
government, at which Gathorne
Hardy, Indiau Secretary, spoke.
This wus followed yesterday hy a
meeting at Manchester at which
John Bright spoke and Brierly Hill
in opposition. To-morrow a dem
onstration hostile to the govern
ment will he held at Birmingham.
The whole energy of the opponents
of the government in the north and
centre of England will thus be
heard in protest against the policy
of the Cabinet.
Rumors of tho dissolution of Par
liament nro again rife. It is said
that conservative associations have
received secret instructions to pre
pare for such a contingency. A
eorrespondentof the Liverpool Post
says he is informed that Lord Bea
couefield lias resolved on dissolu
tion which will occur about Whit
It is Mated that about 70 steam
ers at various ports have been se
lected and will be commissioned
when required for cruisers, and
for the transport of arms and troops.
One company here owning forty
steamers have offered to place the
entire fleet ut tho service of the
Tlio BriH*li fieri nut fur Exorcise.
Constantinople, May Ist.—The
British licet, which left Ismld for
tactical exercise and artillery prac
tice in the Sea of Marmora, will re
turn to tlie former plac^ l in two
War Ve>fti>lit#red Inevitable,
Constantinople, May Ist. —To-
dleben lim not effected an agree
ment for a united withdrawal.
The Russians regard war as inevit
lli«M>> IlllOlt Iff I'M r I 1111110 II 1 £&~
IKX'lou— I lie fttl-lke".
London, May Ist.—A rumor is
rifo of tho dissolution of Parlia
ment. Tho Conservative associa
tions are said to have received in
structions to prepare for such a
Tho Manchester masters refuse
the arbitration offered by the opera
tives. A strike at Boston is ex
A Remrkablc Cure.
West Townsend, Vt, Muy 11, ISso.
MlWIi S.W, Fowlk & Sons.
Gentlemen— Several yearn since I look
a suvtro cold, which settled on my lungs
where it remained without relaxation. 1
was then in Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned homo and com
menced searching In earnest for Home
medicine which wonld restoro my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and daily giew worse. 1 had n ter
rible cough and raised a good deal ut
blood. I iiad profuse night sweats and
severe pain iv my side. 1 continued in
this state tor mouths.and became so weak
that it was with great difficulty I could
walk, when I was advised to try WlsrAß's
Balsam ok Wild Cii*rry, and, to
my great joy I soon found ttiat this rem.
edy had arrested the liisease. I contin
ued to uso the Balsam to the extent ofiive
bottles and have, since then experienced
DO difficulty of the lungs. I believe the
Balsam saved my life and I shall ever hold
il iv high estimation.
Do it at Once!
Persons who have become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at onco restored by taking in
to tho stomach a teaspoonful of Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed In a little cold
water, well weotoned.
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents its lull
ing out.>r turning gray. It has stood thp
test ot-ioyears Is charmingly perfumed
aud lias no rival.
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and intends to
keep them through the winter should at
once get a good stock of Sheridan's Cnv
alry Condition Powder*. One dollar's
worth will lave ut least a hall a ton of
Henry K. Bond, of Jefferson, Maine,was
cured ot spitting blood, soreness and weak
ness of tlie stomach, by the use ot John
son's Anodyne Liniment internally.
A Wide - awake Youth's Paper.—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, and sprighly, entertaining
reading.the Youth's Companion, ot Boston
has no superior among the youth's publi
A MUSICIAN who plays tho organ or
melodton, to travel with a nrst-doss par
lor entertainment. One who lias a small
Instrument preferred. Aildrosi X, this
F. P. Ramirez,
ATTOUNICif AT LAW.
OFFICE—Temple Block, No. 72, Los
Angeles. ni2 lm
LEHMAN & CO.
Gompletest and Most Select
STOCK IN THE CITY.
•tr PRICES THE LOWEST AND SE
LECTIONS THE BEST.
Repairing & Upholstery Work
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Call ami see us before purchasing
129& 131 MAIN ST.,
mm Mcdonald block,
POLASKI & GOODWIN
Have removed to No. 47 MAIN STREET,
under the Lafayette Hotel, to the store
formerly occupied by the Important
clothing store, where they will remain
until their store at tho corner of Commer
cial and Main streets is refitted. nlO-Ini
Cor. of Main d Requena Sts.,
ARE WOW uI'ENINU AN IMMtNiK
II NIC OK
BLACK AND COLORED
800 pltcdt o( DRESS UOODB from 15 oti,
to 6'J cts. per yard.
50 pieces ol PUKE LINENS al
39 els. per yard.
225 Ladies, Misses and Children.-, Wash
Popllu, Linen and Percale Bolts, from
t'2 per Suit an ' upwards.
SOO L» lies'and MUses' corset.-*, from
50 els. to Jti per pair.
375 Ladles', Misses' and Children's PAR
ASOLS, Irom 50 els. to $10.
5,000 pairs Ladles', Misses' aud Children's
White, Colored and Striped HOSE,
from 15c. up to 31 50 per pair.
WHITE AND FIGURED
Ginghams, Checks, Prints
AND A KITLL LIKE OK
Bottom Prices !
A FULL LINE OK
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Wo arejusi reepivingasplendid lo'. of
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
Wo are pleased to notify (lie public that
never before hare we bad such
a large and well assorted stock of goods,
which we will soli at price, that defy
Isaac Norton &Co.,
Cor, Main & Requena Sts.,
m 2 2w Opposite the U. S. Hotel.
— OF —
Household & IXttoHoil
At No. H6 SPRING STREET, between
Third miJ Fourth streets,
On Thursday, May 2d.
At 10 o'clock A. If ,
Consisting ot Walnut marble-top btd
room sets.eurpets and bedding. Also, one
Uraud Square chlckcring Piano for sale
cheap, These goods will be sold without
reserve. Kor part leu lars inquire of
\V. H. NOKTHCRAFT,
No. BJ SPRING BfRBET. n3otd
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; v
large barn,granary,chicken houso, well,
etc.; also, 10.000 grupo vines of tho
choicest varieties. This property la of
fered at private tale, at a bargain, up to
WEDNESDAY, MAY Bth, when, at IU
o'clock A. M., on tho premises, it will bo
sold at public sale. Terms —Cash, gold
coin. Title Perfect.
For further particulars enquire of
K. \V. NOVES, Auctioneer,
apiStd No. I Market Street.
County Central Committee.
1.03 AXQEI.ES, April 27, IS7S.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
ot the Democratic Central Committee ol
Los Angeles County will be bold at flic
In the Court Home, in Iho city ot I.os
SATURDAY, Ihe till DAY OF MAY. ITS
AT ONE O'CLOCK P. .V.
Every inemb'r of IheCommilteo Is par
ticularly requested to be present, as bus
iness of great Importance must be trans
acted at the above meeting.
M, J. NEWMAItK,
Chairman Dem. Co. Central Com.
STEPHEN M. WHITE,B»C'y. a2Btd
These popular and well appointed
Will b3 opened (or tho ■OAt'oo
by the MAI FEST ol the Turnverein (ier
mania, which will be one of the most en
Jojable picnics of the season. Everj
precaution will he taken to proven
doubtful characters from entering tin
LUNCIT will t c served on the Grounds
myltf J. E. EBEKEE A BKO.
Tho customers of P. CASEN AYE & Co.
Los Angeles Ccl Tee nnd Splco Mills, nn
hereby notified that Mr. If. A. Vacqulo
is no longer authorized to receive mono]
on our account after this date.
Mr. Justin Bouyssou will hereafter lo
as our agent, and is alooo authorized tl
collect money due us.
P. CASEN AYE ,1 CO.
Los Angeles, May 1,1871. myl-lw
P. CASENAVE. J. ROQ.UE.
r\ CASENAVE Co.
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
Coiner of Seventh and Olive Sts.
••"GREEN, ROASTED, WHOLE and
aItOUND COFFEE, nnd nil kinds o
LABOR INC MEN
Can do better by buying tuelr
26 SPRING ST.,
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN.
Burnell & Itebbeck,
Landscape Gardeners and
J»tf No. inrjBFBXHG ST.
ANEW ENTEIUMtISE FOlt LOS
Tlie PACIFIC DAIRY
Have opened a Milk Depot,
On Temple St., Near Spring,
And are prepared tosell absolutely pure
milk, received Iresh twice a day, at
IfIV«C CENTS -V QUART.
Milk Is cheaper than whisky. Frionds
of tbe blue ribbon, don't forget the place,
Tern pie si reet, near Spring.
WSWEET CREAM, BUTTE ItMILK
BUTTEK, EGOS), Milk by tho Glass, etc'
Bread and Milk and cold lunch, lucents.
AT THE PROGRESS STORE
No. 120 Main St., Cardona Block.
Has Just received direct from tho East tho I.A.KGIE3T ASSORTMENT of
JSrl»l=tljXrC3r GOODS i
EVER RECEIVED IN LOS ANGELES, WHICH HE OFFERS AT
SUCH LOW PRICES AS WERE NEVER HERETOFORE
KNOWN IN THIS COMMUNITY.
His btocK of Clothing. Cents' Furnishing
Goods, Hats in all Styles and Boots
and Shoes is Unsurpassed ! j
HE IS SELLING AT EASTERN PRICES !
aOTrnJf *vBfn£L "^JSrJf/S 1 ! lo n ," ">ercliants In this viojnlty for buylne goods at
BOTTOM fKICEB, I ogives his patrons achanco to HEAP THE BENEFIT.
■•"Call and examine prices Of hl« lOOds, and It Will astonish the closest buyer
J. T<\ HOI BH OOK,
WELL & WATER PIPE,
, Metallic Cornice, Window Capx, Orunmcntnl
Cltlmnoj'a. nntl all ktndai of Hiicct
San Jose Pumps and Well Boring Tools.
ESPECIAL A TK.NTIO.N WII.I, UK (JIVEN TO THK MANUFACTURE OF
FRUIT CANS, HONEY CANS, AND ALL KINDS OF TINWARE
for farm and DAIRY purposes.
With new and improved machinery, he will lio able to mate FRUITCANS at
prlee* lower than ever before furnished in Southern California. Wholesale orders
■Minted from city and country, aud tilled with piomptnes*.
ALL WOBK |
OFFICE AND WAHEROOM:
, SPKTIVCi ST., Opposite tlie Court House.
J~. LEFOI DE?,,
No. 1 16 MAIN STREET,
NEXT TO CHEVALIER'S DRUG STORE, CARDONA BLOCK,
i Exhibited to Ihe people of Lei Angeles the greatest and fines! assortment of
OF HIS OWN M ,VIVI i^Y<;T 17111;,
And the LO WIGHT I' BIC KS ever availed of by tbom. An extensive A
experience In V ranee and San Francisco lias enabled Mr. I.enolr to Invite tho pub- ■
lie lo un inspection of iho most exquisite array of
Book Cases, Wardrobes. Tables of all kinds, Parlor
and Bedroom Furniture, Chairs, Mirrors, etc.,
Ever Seen Hero.
SOLD ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS.
J. LENOIR, 116 BCain Street.
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN MANUFACTURtRS.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc.
I call tlie attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to my stock, which
they are Invited to examine, as I can
Sell Cheaper than San Francisco at Wholesale and
Corner ol Los Angeles and Commercial Sts.,Hellman Block.
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
it Co., San Fraucisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville, Ky.,by the Bottle
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
I. provided wltb the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
0«-ENGLISH ALE ON. DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Loa Angeles.
8. W. SUTHERLAND
Successor tj 11. Slotterboclr. Jt Co.
CUNS, PISTOLS, RIFLES,
FISH INO TACKLE, CUTLEKY,
Sporting Goods of All Kinds.
To 7 .-5 MAIN STREET
DOWNEY BLOCK. «30
I am now ready to recetvo animals oa
pasture, lv my enclosed lunds, in the
western part of the city.
All animals atownerß' risk.
Apply at my oflloo. P. BEAUDRY.
81 New High street, opposite Pico Hnuso
•EC fn *77 A WKKKto»f«nU. $10
990 l " 911 oolllt FREE P. o
VICKERY, Augusta Maine. septDwly