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} TUESDAY JUNE 11, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herald Steam Printing House Is
i not surpassed or any .lot. Printing office
I OB the Paclflc Coast, outside of sun Fran-
I eleoo, In facilities lor doing job work
1 Low prices, good work ami expedition
I may be relied upon at this oUlee.
I omituno.nAi. co.wkniion.
B Xlection to take place Wednesday,
l June lSlli.
J: FIRBT OONQKES3IONAL DISTRICT,
I J.C. BHORB, EDW'D MARSHALL
| J. W. WILLIAMS, JAMES L. ORR,
I J. W. HARDING, CAMERON U. KINO
I H. P. IRVING, CHAS. A. SUMNER.
! LOB AHQELES COTJHTY. TICKET,
VOLNEY E. HOWARD,
I WM. H. STEPHENS,
JOHN K. GODFREY.
The Real Need.
Oar Republican friends still ex
hibit a good deal of uneasiness as
to tbe Potter Investigating Com
mlttee. They are a long time
- earning to a realizatiou of tha fact
that tha United States really need
t> be saved from the machinations
1 of the Republican leaders. There
! la only one logical demand of our
I politics, and that is that the Be
| pobllcan party should be put out of
[ power. Whenever a political or
| ganization arrives at tho pass
I reached by the advocates of the
| right divine of kings—that it can
do no wrong—it needs a tolerably
long extrusion from power—proba-
I bly a disbandment would be the
' bitt thing tbat could happen for
the country. It would be a terrible
thing for tbe United States to have
It understood that Gen. Grant is
the only man who oau save the
country, and that tbe Republican
party is the only proper sponsor
for General Grant. We may be
ngstaken, but we think that the
American paople have hardly yet
reached the lowest stratum of a
debased imperialism. The Potter
Committee, there is every indica
tion, will do one thing which we
' should like to see, ou abstract
principles, left undone; that is,
It will show that the highest offi
cials of the Administration have
been engaged in detestable in
trigues to place Hayes iv power.
It ll unpleasant to see sucli revela
tions made; it Is humiliating; it
almost saps one's confidence in
Republican institutions; but it is
: far better that, being the truth, the
facts should comeout. The calcium
light of revelation leaves the
American peoplo but one alterna
tive, and that is to turn the Re
publican party out of power for a
aeason—perhaps forever. It is just
possible tbat the crime of its lead
ers may prove to be so great ns to
make the extinction of (lie Repub
lican party a necessity of our con
tinued existence as a Republic.
A Candidate Who Takes.
We have rarely seen any randi
(Ute take more universally tban
Col. Ayers, of the San Jose nom
inees for the Constitutional Con
vention. To tho qualitication of
being an accomplished journalist
Col. Ayers adds the training of a
lawyer and tlie experience of a
Pioneer. Col. Ayers is billed for a
lecture on "Pioneer Times," to
night, at tlie Hall ofthe Society.
Our own people have heard this
lecturj and their appreciation was
moat flattering. That tho San
Fraucisco public will be equally
gratified wu have no doubt. Speak
ing of it the Alta soys:
We are pleased to announce tbat
Colonel J. J. Ayers, of the Los Au
gales Express, will deliver his lec
ture ou "Pioneer Times," at the
Hall of tbe Society of Pioneers,
next Tuesday night. The lecture
Will be free, aud the Coluuel hopes
to entertain tbe auditors for an
hour with a graphic picture of our
State at that interesting period
whfln it was the goal for the mis
cellaneous thousands who Hocked
to it from all parts of tiie world.
He will delineate the character of
the ploueer as it really was, ami not
aa the distorted thing a class of
auccessfui wi iters have tried to
make it. We feel sure tbat those
who attend will not only recognize
the truthfulness of the Colonel's
description, but thank him for a
rare literary treat.
The San Fraucisco Examiner,
though Democratic authority, has
the following pleasant things tosay
of Col. Ayers:
Among the candidates for at
large delegates to lho Constitu
tional Convention, nominated in
the Fourth Congressional District,
ure James J. Ayers, of Los Ange
les, aud Byron Waters, of Sau Ber
nardino. Ot tbe lastuamed gentle
man tbe Examiner has already
given special and favorable men
tion, which was fully merited. We
now in similar spirit commend to
the support of the Democracy nf
California, for tlie delegatesliip,
Mr. Ayers. lie is a pioneer of 1819,
and among the oldest, must expe
rienced, most succrs.lu!, nudatilesl
Journalists iv the State. He wus
«»ne of the founders of the Culuveras
Chronicle, and aim of the Call, ol
this city. He is now tlie owner
and editor of the Los Angeles Ex
prett, one of tlie best dailies pub
lished outside «f Sin Francisco.
He is a Democrat, and has never
departed from the ancient faith.
Ml. Ayers is a gentleman of much
more than ordinary ability, and is
conversant wilh the history, the
geography, the characteristics, the
resources, the interests, the iudus
GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S IFURNISHIinG GOODS, the Very Best Assortment in
tries, the requirements of the State.
No man is more truly devoted to
tbe cause of labor, or more firm
and cousistent in opposition to tbe
aggressions of monopolists. His
great popularity in bis own county
is demonstration of his standiug as
a citizen, and wherever known he
commands respect for his integrity
and solid worth. And because we
personally know him to be well
qualified for the place, wo heartily
endorse him as a caudidate for the
Convention, as a delegate at large,
aud hope that ho will be elected.
The foregoing pleasant notes are
reinforced by the Ventura Signal,
The nominations made at Situ
Jos<s are, in the main, good anil ac
ceptable. The nomination of Mr.
J. J. Ayers, of Los Angeles, was
made by acclamation, and we hope
he will get every vote in Los Au
geles county. Hu is worthy of
confidence and will till the place
to which he will undoubtedly be
elected with credit to himself nnd
to the people.
A re-organization of the Demo
cratic State Central Committee is
not only inevitable but necessary.
Admitting that the Democratic
party would have been defeated iv
the election of delegates to the
Constitutional Couveutiou. What
of it? We would'n't give a scrap
of soiled paper for a party that
could not endure a defeat with per-
fectsolf-possession. In advocating
the Democratic party wo have no
affection for the never-varying
Medea and Persian style of thing.
We desire the chastening of defeat
at regular intervals. \Vo wish to
sse our party put ou its good be
havior by the ceaseless monitions
of the people. Readers of the
Herald will bear us wituess that
we have stood by with no white
washing in discussing the lament
able laches of the last Legislature.
Success to us is nothing, principle
is everything. If Henry Clay in
the Adam*, Jackson and Crawford
election for the Presidency in 1824
had stuck by his later declaration
that lie would "rather be right than
ba President," ho would have been
Presideut of the United States for
two terms—the extreme limit as to
which any American should seek"
personal honor other than tlie uu
bought tribute which adheres to a
patriot in tiro retirement of tlie pri
vate station. All parties have "off"
years. We know of uo possible
year iv which the Depancratic
party could better have afforded to
be "off" In California than In the
present year of grace. But, easily
as we COUld have borne
defeat, we think that au
energetic Democratic cam
paign, with a tinging Demo
cratic platform am! wholesome
Democratic nominations, would
hays guaranteed us victory—sig
nal victory. The leaders have
failed us but the masses are faith
ful. The banner Democratic coun
ty—Los Augeles—will, ou the 19th
iubt., by the completeness of its
victory and the honest manliness
of its response, show our leaders
what a mistake they made.
Fvery one remembers, dining
the pendency of tlie Returning
Board swindle, how John Sher
man, at present Hayes's Secretary
of the Treasury, was telegraphing
from New Orleans all over the
country the "raw head and bloody
bones" story of Elizi Piuk.ton.
That Imaginative negress told how
tho Ku Klux chopped her up with
axes, exploded cannon in her left
ear; and, after dragging her thirty
or forty miles, left her alive be
cause they could not stamp the life
out of her. At the timo wo dis
counted the story just ninety-nine
and three-quarters per cent, and,
when it came out that Eliza Pinks
ton was a notorious courtezan, and
she confessed just how much she
was paid to tell that story, we were
not a bit surprised. Wo had sat
waiting it until the denouement
came. Much such a story as that
of Elizi Piukstou is the yarn told
by "Judge" Levisse, ono ofthe
Louisiana fraudulent electors. The
Judge was evidently fishing around
to get a couple of hundred thousand
dollars from Mr. Tilden's friends
for betraying tlie men who fraudu
lently counted him (Levisse) into
the office of elector for the State of
Louisiana. It is certain that he
found nobody ready with lhe"di
nero." He nourishes the names of
twofeliows named Martiutz and
Asher .iv this connection. These
worthies were evidently "chin
ning" tbe expectant Levisse. The
probability is that they were treat
ing themselves to a huge " lark "
at the Judge's expense, and en
deavoring to see how far he could
beguiled. If Mr. Tilden had been
declared elected, an! hail been
round to bs elected through the
vote of this Levisse, this twaddle
might have some relevancy. As
this was not the case, it has abso
It i< plainly apparent that thpre
is now a crisis in Europe far graver
than that of the Eastern question.
Part of the programme of the Rer
liu Congress is the taking in hand
of Socialist questions. We are told
that Bismarck is nervous. Very
gool. If he throws himself on the
vantage ground of woman— her
nerves—wo can only hope that
this autocratic fellow will rapidly
become more uervoup. Tlie strug
gle between peoples and kings in
Europe will undoubtedly be tbe
issue of lho latter part of the Nine
teenth Ceutury. Wa hope that
the issue will not be long doubtful,
and that any eminence which re
poses on aught savo manly, indi
vidual effort, will be short lived.
The era of the hereditaay has
reached its Niagara. Au eddy, or
a devious current, may save it for
a day, but tlie result is assured in
the Mid. The French Republio
beckons the European nations on.
Los Anuei.es, city and county,
has reached a breathing spell iv
which she needs to look Into tho
ledger. From this timo forward
we should aim to make our exports
exceed our Imports. Tha illustri
ous Micawber has furnished a rulo
which uot only gauges tho pros
perity of individuals but commu
nities as well. Our income should
exceed our outgo. No spot of
earth, under a proper system, is
better adapted to securing this re
sult than Los Angeles county. We
must throw oft our coats and ap
ply ourselves to that work of pro
duction to which the universality
of our staples aud the richness of
our soil invite us.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
IMnerirtl to tlie Herald by the Western
Union Telegraph Company.l
Pacific Coast News.
IVrt-eked Japanese Rescued.
San Francisco, June 10th.—Tbe
British bark Athlestan, just ar
rived from New Castle, boarded a
Japanese junk found drifting in 40
north 144 west. Three sailors and
one passenger were fouud alive,
but helpless. All the others,
eighteen iv number, died of
scurvey, exposure and starvation.
The junk left the island of Jesso on
October 25th, was blown seaward
by a gale and November 17th was
dismasted, since which time it has
been drifting about in the ocean.
Minn:il( r il Ills Nfnl.
San Francisco, Juno 10th.—It
was formally annouueed nt the
Sau Francisco Board that C. Van
Dyok Hubbard, of tho firm of Hub
bard & Co., had made a voluntary
surrender of his seat to his cred
itors in tbe Hoard. The embarrass
ment is laid to have been occa
sioned by severe losses incurred
during the panic of last May. '
Lstt>areVl wanted — Tlie ttcuiitud
Ur.'Mter tt.au ibe supply.
San Francisco, June 10.—The
manager of the Free Labor Ex
change reports that he cauuot (111
the orders for men, now coming iv
from tho country. Laborers are
In demand at wages varying from
$1 to SI 50 per day, but those of
the Workiugmen who are out of
employment hero seem iudisposed
to accept those wages. It is con
sidered possible that after the elec
tion there may be less difficulty in
filling orders for help, many pre
ferring to remain here, where they
have acquired residences, until the
election is over.
Juinpsd lutit llio Uny.
San Francisco, Juue 10.—Jas.
Downey, a resident of East Oak
land, committed suicide Saturday
night by jumping into tho bay be
tween Uoat Island and the Oak
land long wharf, from the deck of
tho ferry steamer El Capitau. The
unfortunate man had been sutler
ing from asthma for tlie past twen
ty years. The disease had assumed
a very aggravated form and his
attending physicians had declared
their inability to £ive liim any re
Imllau Depredation* lv N«TS4h,
San Francisco, Juuo 10th. —A
Garliu, Nevada, dispatch says that
Adjutant General Adams, of Neva
da, is here with arms aud ammu
nition, en route to Tuscarora,
where ho will organize a volunteer
force for the protection of that part
ofthe country, the Indians having
commenced depredutiops iv that
neighborhood. The settlers are
seeking refugo at stations along
the line of the Central Pacific.
Tlie four l'lluteia l,rU lv llio
San Francisco, Juno 10th.—A
meeting ofthe unpaid creditors of
tbe Musical Festival was held this
afternoon at which manager Bug
bee aud tho Executive Committee
made a partial statement of the
condition of affairs, from which it
appears that the receipts from ail
sources were nearly $24,000, all of
which, it is claimed, had been paid
out, leaving claims to an amount
estimated at from $5,000 to $10,000
unsettled. The meeting appoiuted
a committee of five to examine the
accounts and vouchers and, if pos
sible, ascertain what has become
of the money received. There is
lilllo probability of the outstand
ing claims being paid. Tho bulk
of ibe unpaid bills aro for advertis
ing and printing.
Au ludepeudeut candidate.
Stockton, June 10th. — Mrs.
Laura De Force Gordon announces
herself as. an Independent candi
date to the Constitutional Conven
tion from Sau Joaquiu couuty.
ItMllau Trouble* lv IHali.
Salt Lake, June 10.—Three or
Tour men were killed on Goose
Creek, about forty miles north of
Terruee, Utah, by Indians, uud
most of tlio ranchmen lv that vi
cinity have come into Terrace and
Itelton. A small force of infautry
leaves here to-day for these sta
tions, as considerable alarm pre
vails along the railroad. Two com
panies of cavalry left Corinue yes
terday for Ross's Fork, Idaho.
Nearly all tbe Bannock Indians
have left their Reservation near
He tummies wnuie i-Tue cariboo
Victoiua, June 10th.—Tho bark
Quickstep, witli three huudred aud
fifty-five Chinese passengers, ar
rived last evening from Hong
Kong. There were demonstrations
of hostility at tile whaif but no
open violence wus resorted to as
the Chinese landed. It is hoped
that repressive measures will be
introduced iv the Assembly ut its
News from Cariboo continues ex
oiting. Mr, Riotte, of San Frau
cisco, has been appointed superin
tendent ot one of tbe mines there
aud $120 rock has been reached on
the ledge. Stages for tho mines
are tilled with passengers aud the
roads are lined with men on foot.
The Perseverance and Proserpine
Companies were pushing lv with
their werk. Tbe British Columbia
Company's tunuel would strike the
vein In the course of a few days.
Crushiug will commence about
September 15tb. Tho site for the
quartz mill had been oleared aud
the mill was met on the road
above the Quesuelle mouth by Mr.
Harper live days since. Numerous
parties aro out prospecting in tho
A Ibreulele Lie Nailed.
Vircii.nia, Nev., June 10.—The
Evening Chronicle of to-day lias
the following: In yesterday's num
ber of the San Fraucisco Chronicle
appears what purports to be a let
ter from Virgiula City, dated June
7th —last Friday —in which the
writer asserts, not as a matter of
opinion or rumor, but as a fact,
that tho Ophir winze from the 1900
to the "000 foot levol had been sunk
vertically only 45 feet; that at this
depth it had sttuck an ore vein
which was only four feet wide and
had thence been sunk at an incline
following the vein; that Col. Fair,
with intent to deceive the public,
had given out tho idea that tho
winze was being continued verti
cally aud that it was in good ore,
so as to create the impression that
the ore body had widened consid
erably, while in reality it was
pinching out. The beet answer to
this tissue of falsehoods is a simple
statement of facts:
First, the winze from the 1900
--foot level of the Ophir mine was
»lart..t vertically and has been
continued vertically to the bot
Second, the winze struck ore at
the depth of 18 feet below the 1900
--foot level and it continued in ore
all tlie way to the 2,000-foot level
and below that point to the bot
Third, tho bottom of the winze
is in good ore aud there is good ore
on every side.
Fourth, the San Francisco Chron
icle article is a tissue of falsehoods
from beginning to end.
Latest Eastern News.
Washington, June 10th.—Sen
ate. —Spencer moved to lake up
the resolution submitted by him
on Saturday authorizing the ap
pointment of a special committee
to inquire into alleged frauds iv
connection with tho recent Presi
dential election, aud began to read
an argument stating that tbe Re
publican party would have sub
mitted to tbe administration of
President Hayes lor tbs brief peri
od of four years, but investigation
was re-opened by tbe Democrats.
Morrill made a point of order as
to whether tlio Senator had a right
to discuss the merits of tlie ques
tion on a motion to lake it up, but
withdrew tbe point on Spcncet's
sayiug tint ho would speak but
The resolution was taken up and
Sargent submitted au amendment
to have the investigation made by
Matthews's Investigation Commit
tee. Tho resolution and amend
ment were referred to the Commit
tee ou Privileges and Elections.
Spencer iv his address said he
entered his protest against tlie ef
fort made to show that the Repub
lican party had covered up frauds
of any sort. An Investigation of
the character proposed should not
stop witli auy State or any county
or with any one political party. It
had been charged that the count of
tbe electoral vote would not have
proceeded iv the House had it uot
been that an arrangement; was
mado with certain leading Demo
crats. This matter should be in
quired Into. He spoke of Louisiana
affairs and said the Nicholls Gov
ernment came into existence by
armed violence. As a citizen, as a
Republican, as a Senator he be
lieved there should be a full inves
Tbe Senate by a vote of 28 to 24
authorized the present Legislature
of New Hampshire to elect an Uni
ted States Senator for the term
beginning March 4th, 1878.
Washington, Juno 10th.— The
President has appointed Samuel
W. Brown, Receiver of public mon
eys at Vancouver, Washington
Wiislilutfftou Ait' Hi.
New Youk, June 10—A Times
Washington special gives a piece
or secret history iv au interview
with Senator Ben Hill. Ho said
that forty-two ex-Confederate
Congressmen had pledged them
selves to abide by tlie decision of
the Electoral Commission, so that,
despite the sensational rumors that
filled the air toward the close of tbe
count, there never was the remoteit
possibility of trouble. We held
the balance of power and did not
propose to permit another war If
our votes could prevent it.
The appointment of General
Fremont as Governor of Arizona la :
made at the solicitation of his New
York friends, as a provision for his
pecuniary neede. The transfer of
Governor Hoyt to Idaho involves
the removal of Goveruor Brayman,
which is justified on the ground
that he has made grave mistakes
of judgment in several particulars,
notably in furnishing arms to cer
tain supposed friendly Indians,
who, afterwards, u-ed them against
Usi CaMßleied ills nia.iou.
New York, June 10th. —Leon
Chotteau, the French Economist
and Publicist, who came to tbls
country a short time ago with a
view to improve the commercial
relations between the United Slates
anil France, has completed his
mission and will sail for Europe ou
A HI 11 UuMitlrs Dead.
Newport, R. 1., June 10.—Tbos.
Winans, the Baltimore millionaire
and railroad contractor, died at his
residence lv this city last night,
ir ii.;i..ii., nowdy mid Kmiroad
Omaha, Neb., June 10.—Widow
Maggio Van Cott, Methodist levi
valist, left Omaha to-day for San
Francisco, where she will begin a
series of revivals at tlie Howard
street M. E. Church next Saturday.
Yesterday, nt tho First M. E.
Church, she preached morning and
evening to au immense congrega
tion aud raised $1,50i> to pay the
At Millard Statiou, on the Union
Pacllio Railroad, last evening,
Louis E. Eadraau was fatally shot
by J, L. Wheeler during a general
row in a saloon. Wheeler escaped.
A posse is in pursuit.
Jay Oould, Sidney Dillou and
General Superintendent Clarke, of
the Union Paciiic, together with
the chief ofilclulx of the Kansas Pa
cific, who arrived last night, left
Omaha tins m ruing on a special
train for a trip over the Uuiou Pa
cific. A prominent railway of
ticial, upon being interviewed con
cerning Gould and Dillon's plans
and operation?, sald/the Union Pa
cific, Kansas Pacific and Colorado
Central roads are to be united iv
one combination under Union Pa
ciiic management, and that Gould
and Dillon would also control the
Denver and Rio Graude, nt.
Joseph and Denver (My aud St.
Louis, Kansas City and Northern
European Cable News.
Tbe Clamkla Crew iv Kaaitea
London, June 10.—The Columbia
crew will row for tho Steward's anil
Visitors' challenge cups each, over
the course, about one mile and Aye
sixteenths. The Shoewaccamets
will probably enter the same races.
In these races the Americans will
meet the best men of the London
and Leauderclubs, and the Oxford,
Cambridge and Dublin universi
ties. Experts do uot think tho
Columbia's stand much chance of
getting a first position.
Clslfesied Ktobninmednu it, forces.
London, Juue 10th. — Pressing
demands reach Constantinople
from Pomat, a camp in the Rbo
dope mountains, for aid in bebalf
of over one hundred thousand refu
gees who fled thither from the
Russians and Bulgarians. Tlie
loaders of the insurrection beg that
competent persons be sent to ad
minister to tbe sick and starving,
aud also to see tbat the country is
not in arms against any power, but
is ouly defending itself against
Dissolution or tbe BeleiinasT.
Berlin, June 10th.—The Liberal
newspapers regret the dissolution
of the Reichstag. They profess to
believe that the Liberal majority
will be again returned, more than
ever determined to resist the re
ludliuimt al Kiiuiiixiilh.
Berlin, June 10 — The appoint
ment of Rosette, President of the
Roumanian Chamber of Deputies,
as acting Premier during Brati
ana's absence at the Congress, has
created a hitter feeling against
Roumania and Prince Charles, be
cause Rosette is a well known So
cialist aud Democratic agitator.
At reasonable rates, on country proper! v.
WM. I>. STEPHENS,
Joll-2w Temple Block.
Wanted to Exchange.
A lot on Sixth street, Simla Monica, SOx
150, Willi good well wator, tree for two
yours. Will exchange for v horse and
harness and light wagon. Inquire at
BASSET A CO.'S STOKK,santa Monica,
or writo to v. BAYLKY, Santa, Monica,
CYPRESS HEDGE PLANTS.
I havo now on hand a few thousand or
tho MONTEREY CYPRESS, which
makes such a handsome hedge. They
are in boxes, so that they can bo lifted
out with tho Wlduey Transplanter, war
ranting every ouo to live. Also, Hue
plants of tame In pots. They have been
very scarce; can be bought cheap now,
when small, but if left until fall or win
ter they will bo larger nnd dearer.
H. ii. SPENCER,
Jell-Ira Hill street, near First.
Examination of Teachers.
Tho regular examination of teacher!
will begin lv th")
HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING,
In this city, oi WEDNESDAY, the 2Gth
Inst., uud close on EridHy,followiug. Ap
plicants for teachers' certltlcatss are re
quested to bo oa hand promptly nt 9 A.
M. Otherwise they cauuol be admitted.
w. P. Mcdonald,
Co. Sup't Schools.
Los Angeles, June 10.1878. jlltd
BAPTIST CHURCH, SPRING St.
In order to meet the wants of many pa
rents this Institute will ho In session du
ring tbo Summer, und oilers facilities to
all those desiring special instruction in
ANY or ALL brunches ot the public
Those who desire promotion and feel
incompetency'ln any study gone over can
havo unsurpassed facilities lor reviewing,
For terms, etc., address
MRS. BEGIN A MAST DIXON.
P. O. Box m. JeO.f
For immediate service; 14 lo 10 bands
high; dark colors. Will inspect at
S3SPRINO STREET,Los Angeles, from
JUNII 7th to June 25th, inclusive.
J<lld A. NEWMAN.
For Constitutional Convention
CHARLES LINDLEY is hcrebv an
nounced us an Independent Cnudidulo
for Delegute to the Constitutional Con
vention. His platform will appear in
the Dully Republican of tills cily on Frl
dav, June 7th. J7-2sv
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Our |18 Ladles' Wash Poplin Suit at 87 10
Our |12 Ladles' Wash Poplin Suit at It 00
Our»10 Ladles' Pecale Suit at S3CO
Our $10 Ladles' Linen Suit at J5 00
Our }5 Ladles' Linen Suit nt $2 00
tt»-Tho abovo prices nro JUST HALK
what these suits cost to import.
We havo also uiade a decided reduc
tion In our
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
Isaac Norton &Co.,
Jeu-tf Opposite the U. S. Hotel.
IS PBICFfI OK FIRST-CLASH
C JL. <>T IX I NG!
OI OTT HIIN O !
Cor. Commercial & Main Sts.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
lias been removed from SIONORET'3
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposito tho Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREION
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
prepared with great
The Worklngmonwlll gtvo aOreat Tlcnlc
Sunday. 16th inst.,
At tlio City Gardens.
The following well known artists have
volunteered to perform at the Working
fred. j. mackley,
GEO ROR MOORE and
MISS MYRA HOLLOWAY,
Late of tho Grand Opera House, Snn
C LOSI NG OUT!
OF THE IMPORTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS! CLOTHIN6
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST.
teg-THESE GOODS WILL BE OFFERED FROM THE PRES
ENT DATE UNTIL THE FOURTH OF JULY AT A GREAT
SACRIFICE, AS THEY MUST BE SOLD. * « ukmi
CALL AND EXAMINE.
Cor. Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
1.03 A,, gP ,c,, ,„«. ».t je2if Ei LAVENTHAL.
GRAND OPENING DISPLAY
No. 19 Spring Street,
SATURDAY, June Ist,
AND THE FOLLOWINC WEEK.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
WE WII.Ii OKKEK TO THII PUBLIC OUK LATEST IMPORTATIONS OK
ATHABD TI3IES PRICES!
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES
At the following Unprecedented Reductions, to wit:
100. per yard; LAWNS, 15c. per yard;
VICTORIA LAWNS, idaiu, striped and plaid, 200. per yard.
All Shades and Colors at 50 cts. per yard.
LINEN SUITS, $5; PERCALE, $2; WRAPPERS, 50c.
UMDE 2F* TOTES j9l fet.
Embroideries, Laces and Hosiery
At prices alone to be found at tho
Where is offered at "BED-ROCK" PRICES a full and complete line iv
Hie VERY LATEST STYLES of Foreign and Domestic
ALSO, A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Cent's Furnishing Goods.
nnd make early selections, Wo will glvo you MORE GOODS for LESS
MONEY t ban you bad buy elsewhere. Corao and convince yourselves at the
Capital Store, No. 9 Spring St., Los Angeles.
I. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
F. G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SULL ALL KINDS OK
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Successful Machine on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
BKjmT lßthe f WORLD
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
MTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
For Salo at a Bargain.
KIN AGUES of choice agricultural
land, pajt mesa and the other bottom or
sandy loam, near Fulton's famous sul
phur Wells, ono mile from Hallroad De
pot, all under a new board fence, lwlll
sell half or nil, either half being part
mesa or orchard land, susceptible of us
high state of improvement us auy in the
Htate. One of tho finest arteslon wells lit
tlio country, with a fountain nine feet
above the surfuce of tho ground, which
may be used as sn ornamental fountain
and ut the same time he used us v motive
power, as well us for irrigation. A young
orchard, barn, dwelling, etc.; l Twill
sell tunning implements, house, furni
ture, etc.. if desired.
Address, IL RAMUOZ,
iny2olf Norwolk P. O.
NO. 41 SPRINC ST.
A full assortment of first-class Family
Uroceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter,
Egg,, Bacon, Hums, Lard, etc., Kept on
hand AT REASONABLE PRICES, feaotf
C. 1). HOIT,
AT FERGUSON A ROSE'S STABLE,
Msln street, Los Angelas. Je2-2m