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WEDNESDAY JUNE 5, 1878,
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herald Steam Printing House Is
aot surpassed by any Job Printing ofllce
on tho Paolflo Coast, outside of San Fran
clseo, In facilities for doing Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
may be relied upon at tbls office.
The Tiekel.
We direot the attention of Dem
ocrats with pride to the nomina
tions made by the Democratic
County Convention yesterday for
the Constitutional Convention. In
the whole range of Los Angeles
county three better men than Gen.
Volney E. Howard, Hon. Wm. H.
Stephens and Col. John F. God
frey oould not be found. General
Howard and Colonel Stephens are
gentlemen of even national repu
tation. Col. Godfrey, though, as
compared with his colleagues, a
young man, is pre-eminently a
fitting candidate. They are nil
ripe and experienced lawyers,
though Col. Stephens, since his
removal from Tennessee to Lot
Angeles, bas been a Granger.
Tbey are all gentlemen strikingly
well adapted to making a favora
ble impression upon a legislative
kody, and will all abound in use
ful suggestions. No county in
California will be better represant
ed tban Los Angeles should these
gentlemen be eleoted, and we have
no doubt whatever of their election
by a triumphant majority. Our
Warm advocacy of their claims to
the recognition of the voter will
be no whit abated by the fact that
we have consistently urged them
upon the Convention as the very
fittest men who could have been
nominated. The Convention has
done its wcrk well. It has given
us a ticket that is absolutely fault
less.
In Nevada this year there will
be an opportunity of testing to
what extent tbe personal popular
ity of Senator John P. Jones will
break through party discipline.
We confess that Democratic preju
dices would not prevent our view
lag with regret Ibe disappearance
of Senator Jones from n body in
which be has played a distin
guished and useful part. There are
occasions in which party discipline
should be so far relaxed as to ad
mit ot accepting Ihe doctrine ol
"measures, uot men." We know
of no man who, iv the brief span
of bis public life, has achieved a
more symmetrical career tban
Jones. The attention of the country
bas been riveted in far larger
measures upon much inferior men.
His advocacy of the mining inter
ests of the Pacific Coast has been
exceptionally able and successful.
The remonetization of silver is an
achievement which is largely
owing to his personal influeuce,
eloquence, knowledge of the sub
ject aud unrivaled tact. The peo
ple of Nevada are afforded a capi
tal opportunity, irrespective of
party, of showing that they can ap
preciate sterling service in a rep
resentative. There is something
romantic in the history of Jones.
We do not know whether or no he
is an enormously rich man, as he
once was; but, iv proportion as his
riches should take to themselves
wings would our appreciation of the
exceptional manliness and ability
of the man expand. He is one
of the few rich men of the Pacific
Coast who have always been ready
to help aloug public enterprises
without regard to whether there
was "cent per cent." in them or
pecuniary loss. He has always
been willing lo encourage our min
ing interests, aud to be, with hit
own individual capital, the stimu
lator of railway development. He
is a thorough man of the people;
and, therefore, a real Democrat.
The Democratic party will have
such a large majority of the Sen
ate of the United States which
convenes ou the 4th of March next
fiat it could very well aflord lo
have Jones returned as a Republi
can. He has always shown his
genuine Democratic instincts by
repudiating the Presidential fraud
Hayes. Sii Co the Ohio Chadband
has entered the White House John
P. Jones lias never darkened its
doors. A Democrat would have lo
possess special qualifications in
deed whom we would like to see
returned Senator from Nevada
o 'el Jones.
The continuance of the Frenth
Republic in tlio heart of Europe,
moderate, self-contained, attend-
ing Strictly to IU own business, ai
it doe?, bodes ill to tlie (stability ot
absolutist governments. Divested
of dynastic quarrels, 'here is uo real
animosity between tlie peoples of
France and Germany. Tlie pres
ence of dynasties, and uo other
oause, is responsible for the long
series of wars, extending over
thousands of years, which have
desolated the fertile plaius of Cen
GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S FURNISHING GOODS, the V cry Best Assortment in
tral and Southern Europe. Tbe
heart of the liberal element of Eu
rope to-day beats warmly respon
sive to the idea of a parliament of
mankind and confederation of the
world. Ware and rumors of wars
are a traditien of tbe barbarous
past. Mankind—at least civilized,
sympathetic maukind—are rapidly
outgrowing the necessity of blood
shed. When the respectable Em
peror Wilhelm and the estimable
Victoria die we can see no earthly
reason for putting the dissolute and
insignificant Albert Edward,
Princ of Wales, or the well-mean
ing Prussian Crown Prince, luto
thrones. The world has outgrown,
or is rapidly outgrowing, King
heod. It is the shadow that has
overcast the brightness of the world
for thousands upon thousands of
years. Ten more years of such
Republics as those of the United
States and France, and it will be
the fashion, all over the globe, to
have none but Republican govern-
iments. The two splendid things
of later European politics have
been tbe discomfiture of MucMahon
in his absolutist staud, and the
failure of the Emperor Wilhelm's
government to carry through the
German Parliament repressive
measures on the strength of the
first attempt to assassinate the
German Kaiser.
The Emperor Wilhelm, for a
a man. who started out iv life iv the
wars of the first Napoleon, has bad
a very stormy time of it. Iv his
eighty-fourth year it would seem
that the old man ought to have a
little peace. To be shot at twice
with buckshot, is a discouragement
to frequent drives iv Uuter den Lin
den, or any where else, for that
matter. About a year ago, old
Field Marshal Yon Wrangel —
"Papa Yon Wrangel," as the Prus
sian soldiers delighted to call him—
delivered the birty-day address to
the Emperor Wilhelm. Tho Em
peror was at that time eighty-four;
the now dead Marshal was ninety
eight. In the privilege of his four
teen years' seniority, the Marshal
addressed the Emperor as oue who
was as yet very littie uioio Uian a
mere boy. At the rate at which
the first Prussian Emperor of Ger
many is being fired at, oflate.be
has small chance of living to a
green old age of the Yon Wrangel
standard. Ait Prince William, the
present Emperor was the head of
the absolutist faction of the Prus
sian monarchy. He assisted to
stamp out tho revolution of 1848
with a violence which is remem
bered with hatred by the Republi
can elements of the present mon
archy of Prussia aud Empire of
Germany. No better gauge of the
bitterness which is fomenting in
Germany is afforded than the fact
that there are Republicans who are
ready to fire at a man eighty-four
i years old.
Duringthe session of the Demo
cratic Convention yesterday we
had an opportunity of informing
ourselves as to the condition of the
crops hereabouts. There is no
doubt of the fact, as a resuli of our
inquiries, that a rainfall of twelve
inches Is much more satisfactory
in Southern California thtu one of
twenty-four inches. But so much
has been sowed that, with all
drawbacks, the crops this year will
be enormous. The corn crop, the
real mouey crop of Los Angeles,
outside of our oranges, wines and
brandies, and the wheat crop, at
least as far as concerns the San
Fernando valley and other exten
sive districts, will simply be un
precedented in volume. Let us all
apply ourselves to praying for a
somewhat smaller rainfall hereaf
ter —an unique but necessary
prayer, even in Southern Califor
nia! What must it be In Northern
California, where the rainfall has
ranged from eighty inches down,
and In Oregon, where it has been
simply terrible!
The first notes of the Oregon
eleclion indicate that Whittaker,
Democrat, has been elected to
Congress aud that the Legislature
will bo Democratic. This is tho
first note of the coming campaign,
which is to place a Presidential
fraud in the hands of the people,
the sniveling San Fraucisco Call to
the contrary aud notwithstanding.
A Democratic Legislature sounds
the knell of the bigamist and Re
publican Senator, Hippell - Mitch
ell.
The resolutions adopted by the
Democratic Couuty Convention
yesterday are sound in principle
and timely. We could suggest no
Improvement upon their tenor.
They are insliuet with sympathy
far the people, and tho gentlemen
placed upeu this platform are in
perfect unison with the resolti
tious.
When Stanley Matthews, Sjott's
man par excellence, moves to post
pone consideration of the Texas
Pacific Railway bill till uext De
cember, matters look bad, very
bad, for guarantee.
Sherman's Angry Tone.
It is not easy to reconcile the
present angry tone of the Secretary
with his first expressions of indif
ference unless, poasibly, he has
discovered that the Committee is
likely to come into possession of
evidence throwing further light on
bis course. Tlie lact is notorious
that the object of Mr. Sherman
and his Republican associates was
to make sure tbat the scoundrels
who had once reversed the vote of
Louisiana should repeat tbe orime
in tbe Interest of tbe Republican
Presidential nominee and iv the
personal and political interest also
of the leading "visiting statesman"
himsolf. To what extent, If any,
he was concerned in the irregulari
ties, not to say the forgery aud per
jury, to which Wells and Ander
son resorted, may never be discov
ered; but ho could hardly bare
been Ignorant of theirptoceedings,
and by encouraging and endorsing
their acts, he is morally involved
In their guilt. Tbe virtuous indig
nation and protestations of such a
man cau only excite public con
tempt.— Buffalo Courier.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
ISpeclal to the Herald by the Western
Uulon Telegraph Company,l
Pacific Coast News.
Mark Ilui'klns' KslnM-a,
San Francisco, June 4tb.— The
petitiou of Mary Francis Sherwood
Hopkins for letters of administra
tion ou the estate of her late hus
band, Mark Hopkins, sets fortli .
that the value of the property be
longing to tho estate, so far as is
known to the applicant, consisting
of lands, domestic animals, house- ■
hold furniture, bonds and mort
gages aud stocks of various rail
roads and other corporations, ts of
the aggregate value of $10,000,000, f
all of which was acquired by de- ,
ceased after bis marriage. The ,
next of kin of deceased is the peti- \
tioner, 50 years of age, residing in ,
San Francisco, Samuel Fredrick
Hopkins, brother of deceased, 75 1
years of age, residing at St. Clair,
Michigan, aud Moses Hopkins,
brother of deceased, GO years of age, (
residing in Sutter couuty, Califor- j
nia. The matter of the applica- c
tion for letters came up forbearing (
yesterday afteruoou and cousidera- J
ble difficulty was experienced in J
reference to the amount of bonds 1
required. Two boudstnen are re- t
quired by law who must qualify in
twice the value of the estate, or
$20,000,000 each. Leland Stanford
and Charles Crocker testified '
that, iv their opinion, out- 6
side of railroad interests, the c
value of the estate was $5,000,000. t
The difficulty of requiring eunh en- \
ormous bond's was 'obviated by de- I
positiug iv the Bank of California l
all the bonds of the Central Pacific, c
Southern Pacific aud California f
Pacific Railroads, a receipt being t
taken therefor. The administra
trix's bond was then executed for
the remaining property, with Stan
ford aud Crocker as sureties, each c
qualifying iv the sum of $10,000,- 1
000. As the deceased died without '
leaving a will the widow takes (
three-quarters of all the property
aud the two brothers one-eighth
each.
John Gamuiage was before the
Police Court to-day for examina
tion upou the charge of assault to
murder A. J. Le Breton. The ac- ■
cused waived an examination and
was held to answer lv the sum of
$6,000.
j
Sucraiueato Bscet-ttcoud Day. ,
Sacramento, Juue 4th. —In tne *
Jockey Club race tbe programme I
announced for to-day was a trot, <
three in five, between the bay <
gelding Dandy, the chestunt geld- '
ing Blondin aud the brown gelding I
Marck, all Rof the three minute 1
class. Blondin was the favorite iv t
the peols, $20 to $5 for Dandy. '
Blondin took the first heat in 2:47, l
Dandy breaking badly several f
times, Marck indulging in occa- I
stonar runs aud comiug in last, as t
he did in all four following heats. <
Bloudiu took tlie second heat. 1
Marck's driver was changed but it I
did not change Marck's position in I
the result of the heat; time 2:49 J. 1
For the third heat Daudy's driver i
was changed and ho trotted the
heat without a break iv 2:47,
Blondin second. The next heat
was a repetition, time 2:44. The
next proved the last heat. Blondin i
and Dandy came to the score near
ly together, Dandy leading by only
a neck, but as he had broken twice
and run badly, the heat was given
to Blondin with first money, $140,
second to Dandy, $40, while Mack
saved entrance.
The day was warm and very fine
for racing.
Tomorrow a running race, free
for all, mile heats, for $400.
Worklnffmeu'e N -initiations.
Eureka, Cal., June 4th.—The
Workingmen's Convention of
the Senatorial District, com
prising the counties of Del
Norte, Humboldt and Mendocino
was held in this city yesterday for
the purpose of nominating a can
didate for delegate to the Constitu
tional Convention from this Dis
trict; also a candidate to represent
Humboldt couuty, the convention
which met oue week ago having
filled to make a nomination. J,
11. Barton, of Ferndale, was nom
inated by acclamation for the dis
trict and W.J. Sweazsy for Hum
boldt county. Hon. James E.
Murphy has received the nomina
tion from the non-partizan conven
tion of Del Norte county.
Rich, strike lv Bodie.
Bodie, June 4.—The Bodie Com
pany struck about three feet of
high grade free milling ore last
week on tho 250-foot level, which is
the cause of the recent advance in
1 that stock.
Oregon ISlrcilau—Probable Demo,
cralle tiilas — Movement or
Truuin.
Portland, Juue 4.—The election
returus are coming iv very slowly,
but sufficient have been received to
induce the Democrats to believe
that Wbitaker Is elected lo Con
-1 gress. Earhart, Republican, is
generally conceded to be elected
Secretary of State. Nothing can
be deliuitely sahl concerning the
State ticket. There is a growing
Impression tbat the Legislature
will be Democratic. The result
cannot he positively slated for two
or three days.
Troops have been ordered to
Boise City. General Howaid will
start Friday. Two companies will
go from Fort Can by, six from
Vancouver and all those at Walla
Walla. In consequence of the un
settled feeling among the Indians
on tho Upper Columbia, uo troops
will be drawn from Wheaton's
command theie. Altogether about
500 effective men can be concec*
trated at Boise, but it will take two
weeks for them to reach there.
Gen. Sherman telegraphs General
Howard that in the movements to
be made department lines will be
ignored.
Latest Eastern News.
L'OKUBESSIOIVAI..
Washington, Juue4.—House—
, The bill reorganizing tlie life sav
ing service, after discussion, was
passed.
The House then went into Com
mittee of the Whole on the Tariff
. bill, and by a vote of 129 to 8G lim
ited general debate to two hours.
Burcbard favored revising the
tariff aud reducing duties in fair
ness to ell interested. Even the
imperfect bill now before the
House was infinitely better than
tbe present tariff.
Garfield appealed to the House
not to let so threatening a bill be
come a law. He would, after the
lirst clause was read, move to strike
out the enactingclause.
Wood moved that the committee
rise aud the committee refused.
Wood then moved that it be read
eutire, and after some objections
the Cleik commenced reading,
when Conger moved to strike out
all after the enacting clause, but
the Chair ( fucker) refused to en
tertain the motion and the readiug
continued amid great uproar.
Butler proposed that a square
vote by yeas and nays be taken at
noon to-morrow, which was as
sented to.
The committee rose anil the
House took a recess.
Dad for tlie nuns rsclfid.
WASHtNQTON, June 4th.—lu the
Seuate to-day Matthews moved to
postpone the Texas-Pacifli bill
until December, but subsequently
withdrew the motion and Johnston
will speak on the bill to-morrow.
lit 'opeltlng- OT HIS Join. I'ortei'e
Case.
Chicago, June 4th.—The Inter-
Ocean's Washington special says:
A Military Commission consisting
of Generals Sehofield, Terry and
Getty will re-open General Fitz
John Porter's case some time in
July, sitting at West Point. A
large number of Confederate Gen
erals will be present.
Another Wltueis Against Sllieruinis
Indianapolis, Intl., June 4th. —
A brother-in-law of J. E. Ander
son, the Potter witness, a resident
of this city, claims that he knew
the details of Sherman's bargain
with Anderson a year ago. He
says there is more to follow. His
name is A. J. Ralph. He is a trav
eling man and a Republican dele
gate to the approaching Conven
tion.
rlsilaitelpttia Wont uiarhei.
Philadelphia, June 4.—W00l
quiet, with a steady demand for lirst
arrivals of new unwashed; Cali
fornia flue and medium, 22@24;
coarse, IS@25.
European Cable News.
Euglt«li Crop, — l>r|tr<Nscd Otnu, ,
JUnrket.
London, June 4th.—The Mark
Lane Express says: By the most
hopeful ohservora it call scarcely be '
=»ia tt.ot tho state ot wheat anu 1
bailey ou heavy, low lying land is
other than extremely oritical. The ,
crop, are weak, discolored aud t
rotted iv some places from pro
longed immerslou, aud, even ou
light lands, the harvest prospects i
are two or three sacks per acre
worse than a month ago. If lho '
rain speedily ceases aud a loug i
spell of dry weather succeeds, some,
but not all, of the damage can be
repaired. Such au unfavorable
change iv the prospects of the Eug- '
lish wheat market would once have ,
had a marked effect upon prices;
but so independent has this coun
try become of indigenous grain
that tho reverse has actually been
the case, and values have receded
from oue to two shillings all over
the kingdom, both for English ami 1
foreign products. The immediate
causes of this depression are the
enormous shipments from America,
with the splendid prospects of an
abundant crop this year and
the feeling that our differences
with Russia will be pacifically ad
justed. The result is the general
stagnation of trade, which has
moved within narrow limits
throughout the week. Wheat and
maize are only saleable at a shil
ling reduction, and even then only
in retail quantities. Quotations aro
now at a peace level. Possibly a
revival of the continental demand
may occur to rally prices somewhat
against the depressing effect of the
heavy prospective supplies from
Amrica aud Russia. The sales of
English wheat last week were
35,555 quarters at 595. 2d., against
29,573 quarters at 08s. GJ. last year.
The imports into the Kingdom
were, for the week ending May
25,1874, 9,504 cwts.; for May 25,
1876, 9,504 cwts. wheat, and 9,908
cwts. flour.
Main Independent.
London, June 4th.—Advices
from Singapore represent that the
■ threatened difficulty between
- China and Siatn has been averted.
All the treaty powers have now
recognized the complete independ
ense of Siam.
■ In,tructions (a Catliofle Mercy lv
(iermsß7.
i Rome, June 4th. —The Pope has
i directed Cardinal Franchi to dis
patch urgent instructions to the
. Catholic clergy of Germany to use
r every effort to prevent the spread
ing of Socialism. His Holiness
also had a long conference on the
' subject with Cardinal Ledo
i chowski, Archbishop of Posen, to
' obtain exact Information respect
! ing the Socialist party in Gei
uiany.
t
A Threat to Fomemnt Insurrection
This Republican threat to pro
voke disorder iv the event of a law
ful exercise of power by Congress
is a threat to foment insurrection.
No good can como from It. No
good is intended. It is as compe
tent to inquire into the manner of
Ihe election of a President as of a
Mayor or Alderman. Such inquiry
will proceed. And if those who
are now threatening to organize
lawlessness shall carry out their
threats, they will prove them
selves desperadoes who have no
love of country, and prefer disorder
to justice. — Albany Arc/us.
NEW TO-DAY.
F. G. HANNA & (X).,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALL KINDS OF
FARM IMPLEMENTS.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
Tho Most Successful Macliiue on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE 13 lisST" in tlie WOT*H.JI>.
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
DtaTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
NEW TO-DAY.
THE BAZAAR,
Corner of Main and Requena Sts.
ANOTHER
Immense Reduction!
IN OUR
SUMMER SILKS,
BLACK SILKS,
OASHM IB EES,
DRESS GOODS
LINENS, PIQUES, LAWNS.
NOT ICE.
As tlio Summer season is a Utile trick
ward this year, wo have determined lo
close out our entire stock of
LADIES' SUITS.
Wo will therefore offer for Ihe NEXT
THIRTY DAYS LADili S'SUITS at tho
following prices:
Our 815 Ladle..' Wash Poplin Suit at 87 50
Our 112 LaJles' Wash Poplin Suit at SO 00
Our $10 Ladies'Pecale Suit al $5 CO
Our $10 Ladles' Linon Suit at $5 00
Our 85 Ladles' Linen Suit at $2 00
BSTThe above prloes are JUST lIALF
what these suits cost to import
We have also made a didded reduc
tion In our
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
CLOTHINO-,
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
Isaac Norton &Co M
MAIN STREET,
Jes-ir Opposite the U. S. Hotel.
TIN PAN BALL!
(OLD VIRGINIA LAY OUT,)
ON FRIDAY EVENING
1 Attl o'clock, A BALL will be given at
! LKALI Y'S HALL, corner of Washington
aud Alameda streets, for a beneticlal
purpose. SUPPER will bo served be
tween the hours of 11 aud 2. Aliuiccor
' diutly Invited.
Admission— Gsntlemen, 81; Ladles free.
Uood music. T. B. WEISts,
JOHN C. McDONAI.P,
, M. .1. WATSON,
Committee of Invitation.
LEO MIDAS BALES AND WIFE, Mau
( agcri. Jstd
NOTICE.
i
On June till, th? cars of the
I LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO
STItEET HORSE RAILWAY
Will resume regular houily trips be
tween the Santa Monica Depot und Mul>
lolly's brickyard.
JS-lw C. UEEBERT.
, Dr. J. S. Crawford, Dentist,
Gives notic I to his patrons that he will
' bo übsent at Sau Francisco, In attend
, unco on lho State Dental Convention lor
ten daj s.
; Los Angeles, June .U Jl-ltt
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lIV SUR A BTO EJ
The undersigned has recently been ap
pointed Agent and will iMUti policies di
rect for the well known
GERMAN-AMERICAN
INSURANCE COMPANY of New Yo.U
This Company lias a
Paid-up Capital of $1,000,000
Assets nearly $2,500,000
In addition to the above, f also still
represent the following Sterling compa
nies, viz:
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE,
Liverpool & London & Globs,
iETNA, of Ilartfoi-il,
Union, of San Francisco.
Policies will he Issued at reasonable
rates. Los-eswill bo prompiiy adjusted
and Immediately paid.
WM. J. BRODRIOK,
inylslf 8 COMMERCIAL, ST.
CONTINENTAL
Oil & Transportation
COMPANY
OF CALIFORNIA,
Forwarders of and dealers in
PETROLEUM
AND ITS PRODUCTS.
STANDARD WHITE, 110 deg. Ore test.
rtUWU « m.v, itffiu initial.
WATER Willi E, 120 to l.Mtest.
MINERAL, SEAL and SPERM OIL, 500
Are test.
GASOLINE, 71 to 83.
California Star Oil
And all grades of LUBRICATING OILS.
iciiotjisk.
Corner of FIFTH and BERRY
Streets, San Francisco.
I.o~* jViiircles Wareliouse.
No. 70 SPRING STREET.
W. IT. RAMSEY,
Agent for the sale of the abovo oils.
niYldtf
0 I tar A « S4 !
HUG O I£ 14 JK JUL XII ,
PltOPItlETOlt OK THE
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW BE KOCND AT
IX <>. S m PHI IS G ST.,
At the Key West ClfffUT Factory.
Mr. Hu;?> Krnnißr manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO into cigars ol approved
brands. Ho al>o deals in ait linos of
Smokers' Articles. Ciivo him a call.
rnrls tf
LEHMAN & CO.
Furniture. Carpets,
BEDDING, ETC.
i Gompletest and Most Select
STOCK IN THE CITY.
ear PRICES THE LOWEST AND SE
LECTIONS THE BEST.
Repairing & Upholstery Work
MADE A SPECIALTY.
ate* Cull and see us before purchasing
elsewhere.
129 & 13 I MAIN ST.,
mwtf Mcdonald block,
LOS ANGELES
Exotic Gardens & Nursery
SLOS ANGELES STREET, In aSR}
rear ol Cathedral.
1 would respectfully announce to my
old customers and the public generally
that I have ou hnnd and shall keep ovo
rythlng In my lino of business—TßEKS.
SHRUBS, PLANTS, etc., wholesale and
retail,and al LOWEST PRICICS.
Orders from abroad promptly executed
nnd satisfaction guaranteed. Plants de
livered freo of charge In tho city.
LOUIS J. STENGEL.
mi'2-Cm Formerly shnetrcr & Stengel.
ft A GOLD PLATED WATCH ES.
SL ST QhMpwi in Uin known »<,r1.1. H.uiiil" \\ mrli I lee
4)U'.< A,.oti Addt«M. A COCLTf. S Cu.. CtaUKKO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CLOSINC OUT!
OF THE IMPORTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS! CLOTHING
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST.
tusTTHESE GOODS WILL BE OFFERED FROM THE PRES
ENT DATB UNTIL THE FOURTH OF JULY AT A GREAT
SACRIFICE, AS THEY MUST BE SOLD.
CALL AND EXAiViIsHE.
Cor. Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
. HELLMAIV BLOCK.
LO. AW, June Ut. je2u E LAVENTHAL,
BRAND OPENING DISPLAY
OF THE ——
CAPITOL STORE
No. 19 Spring Street, ]
ON
SATURDAY, June Ist,
AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
WE WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC OUR LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
SUMMER GOODS i
ATUABD TIMES PRICES!
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES
At tho following Unprecedented Reductions, to wit:
GRENADINES, 10.1. per yard; LAWNS, 15c. per yard;
VICTORIA LAWNS, plain, striped and plaid,2oc. per yard.
All Shades and Colors at 50 cts. per yard.
SUITS.
LINEN SUITS, $5; PERCALE, $2; WRAPPERS, 50c.
3*3- 3o ana JLUtL %7%r 3E12 A. JOL,,
Embroideries, Laces and Hosiery
At prices BlOUt to be found at tho
CAPITOL STORE,
Where is offered at "BED ROCK" PRICES a full and complete line in
the VERY LATEST STYLES of Foreign aud Domestic
TD C - OODS!
ALSO, A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Lien's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoos,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
•orCall and make early selections, We will give you MORE goods for
MONK V limn you cau buy elsewhere. Come und c mvinee yourselves ut the
Capital Store, No. 9 Spring St., Los Angeles.
9. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
RACES!
Races! Races I
O
GRAND TROTTING CONTEST
OVER
AGRICULTURAL PARK COURSE
Free for all horses in the District that huve never heaten 2:45; mile
heats, 3 in 5 to harness, for a divided purse of $200—5125 to lirst, $50 to
second and $25 to third horse, on
THURSDAY, JUNE 6TH, 1878.
Five to enter and three or more to start.
Entrance ten per cent. Entries to close on Saturday, June Ist, ot
WOOD'i <>1»E«A. HOUSE,
UULA-IIN" STREET.
J. H. WOOD.
For Salo at a Bargain.
IOS ACRES of clioico agricultural
land, Hul mesa and tlie other bottom or
sandy loom, near Fulton's famous Sul
phur Wells; one mile from Rallroutl De
pot, all under a new board fence. Iwlll
sell half or all. either half being part
mesa or orchard land, susceptible of as
high statcol Improvement as any In the
State. Oneof the Quest artesian wells In
tho oountry, with a fountain nlno feet
above Ihe surfaco of the ground, which
may bo used as an ornamental fountain
and at the samo time bo used as a motive
power, as well us far Irrigation. A young
orchard, barn, dwelling, etc.! mul l will
sell lurralllg implements, house, furni
tuie, etc.. If desired.
Address, 11. RAMIIOZ
rny2(ltf Norwsik P. 0.
JX, XC M OVA. J-t.
Mr. So Rothchild
Has removed his EXCHANGE & BROK
ER OFFICE from the Temple* Work
man Hank room to tbe house occupied by
J. Htrel 11 /., Merchant Tailor,
SPRING STREET,
Adjoining Messrs. Lowln & Co.M Bonk
s tore, where he hopes to see his friends
and patronH asofotd. m8»lmo
c. i>. HOIT,
Veterinary Sui'frcou,
AT FERGUSON & ROSE'S STABLE,
Main street, Los Augelo*. Je'J-L'm

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