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WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herald Steam Printing House 1b
not. surpassed by any Job Printing office
on the Pacltlo Coast, outside of San Fran.
Cisco. In facilities for doing Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
may be relied upon at this office.
fitection to take place Wednesday,
FIRST OOHQ-RESSIONAL DISTRICT,
J.C. BHORB, EDW'D MARSHALL
J. W. WILLIAMS, JAMES L. ORR,
J. W. HARDING, CAMERON H. KING
n. P. IRVING, CHAB. A. SUMNER.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY TICKET.
VOLNEY E. HOWARD,
WM. H. BTEPHENS,
JOHN F. GODFREY.
Wk have before us a letter which
contains a list of nominations which
.purports to bave been made by a
Democratic Convention at Merced.
In this connection tbe following
questions occur: Who called this
Merced Convention? Who repre
sented Los Angeles county in it?
What element of validity has it?
These are important questions—so
Important tbat we do not deem it
worth while to give this ticket,
which appears to us, as the case
stands now, to be pseudo-Demo
cratic, more thau tbe honor of
a passing mention. We have been
heartily in favor of regular Demo
cratic nominations. Our wish has
been disappointed. We bave suf
fered from a poignant sense of tbe
fast that the Democratic party has
made a mistake. As the case
stands now, however, considering
the action of the Democratic Coun-
ty Committee of Los Angeles in
sending delegates to tbe San Jotfi
Convention, we cannot resist tbe
conclusion tbat tbe nominees of
tbat Convention are entitled to tbe
votes of tbe Democracy of Los Au
geles county. We cannot, further,
resist tbe conclusion that these
nominees will be elected. Some
of them are men of conspicuous
worth and Alness. We decline,
at the eleventh hour, hoisting to
tbe head of the Herald nom
inations which claim, on in
sufficient grouuds, to he Demo
cratic. The nominees of the First
Congressional District and of Los
Angeles county, being undoubtedly
regular, appear at the head of our
columns. As a journalist we also
wish to be placed upon record as
thinking tbat tlie regular Demo
cratic ticket of Lis Angeles county
anil tbe nominees of the Sau Jost>
Convention will receive the bulk
of the votes of the electors of Los
Angeles eiuuty, irrespective of
party as regards the Sau Josfi
ticket, and practically so with re
spect to the local Democratic
ticket. Tbe men upon the last are
of an excellence so conspicuous
tbat, eveu without the endorse
mentof tbe dominant party, they
would be certain of an election.
General Grant, since he left
tbe White House, has become very
garrulous. In a late conversation
be says he could never discover
much disparity in uumbers be
tween tbe Union and rebel forces.
This later statement of Gen. (Irani
is somewhat at variance with that
which he made in an official report,
in which be stated that lie over
came the rebellion purely by the
"attrition" of superior numbers.
The force surrendered by Gen.
Robert E. Lee at Apponamattox
Court House comprised exactly
nineteen thousand men of all
arms. Certainly Gen. Grant's
army numbered ten times those
figures. Not only tbat, but Grant's
army was continually being re
newed. It is a matter of record
that, within six months of the col
lapse of the Rebellion, President
Lincoln levied drafts amounting,
In all, to one million of men.
Grant, in his days of modesty aud
merit, told the truth. Too much
flattery has turued his head iv his
olddajs. He should stick to his
origiual aud true theory of the at
trition of superior numbers.
Ouu frleud Judge Lindley, iv a
communication to a moruitig pa
per, Lias mistaken most egregiously
the scope of tbe Fifth Amendment
to tlie Constitution of the United
States in connectiou with that
plank of the Democratic Counly
Couventiou which calls for the ab
olition of Hie Grand Jury system.
As is pointer! out by " Democrat,"
in a communication in yesterday's
Express, Chief Justice Marshall, In
the case of 15 irron v. The Mayor
ttiid City Council of Baltimore, 7
I'uters 2ii, decided tint "the fifth
amendment itiuit be underwood as
restraiuing the powers of tlie gen
eral goirjnun nit, a i I not a< app'd
c ible to the St ites " "Democrat"
see in 4 to havo given the mutter
cireful nltutili >v, an I he cite*
Mlchijuu as one nf Hid States
which has abo'ish d the Grand
Jury system. T.ns corro-'pouddiit
has rendered iliiuecesiary tbe re
production of so.nj niilhorities we
had ourselves collected on the sub
GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S FURNISHING GOODS, the V cry Best As sortment in
We have rarely had occasion to
observe a political movement lose
force In tbe ratio which lias char
acterized the Workingmen's organ
ization in California. The seat of
its power, ou the supposition that
it bad any, was Sau Fraucisco.
Internal dissensions have so
racked It, however, that it is very
doubtful if It will show auy marked
vitality, even in tho Golden Gate.
Wo have, iv that city, tho specta
cle of the Kearney and Knight
tickets —an alliteration which will
be fatal to any chance of tbe
movement's influencing tho elec
tion in the State at large. "Divide
and conquer" has been au adage
that has ruled the world from tbe
earliest days. With tho Workiug
men's vote dissipated on two sets
of candidates, its significance in
State politics is entirely lost.
AYE acknowledge receipt of an
extra of the Ventura Signal an
nouncing that Mr. Brice Grimes,
of that place, amongst others, had
been nominated for delegate tn the
Constitutional Convention. While
we have not the pleasure of know
ing Mr. Grimes personally, we
learn tbat he is a geutleman emi
nently fit for the post. For reasons
stated elsewhere, however, we de
cline to hoist tbe ticket to our mast
head. It is uot only of doubtful
authority, as it appears to us, but
it is too late iv tbe field for practi
cal results. We trust that never,
hereafter, will the Democratic
party be left in such a plight as we
find it to-day iv California.
The nomination of Gen. John C.
Fremont as Governor of Arizona
Territory will be approved by all
California Pioneers who have
learned of the Pathfinder's exceed
ing poverty. Trobably no man
who ever appeared in American
politics went up so remarkably
like a rocket, or came down so not
ably like a stick, as Gen. Fremont.
We regret to learn that Gen. Fre
mont and his gifted wife have been
suffiiing, for years past, the ex
treme of poverty in New York
It is impossible to disguise the
fact that very little interest Is
taken iv the Constitutional Con
vention question. This is undoubt
edly owing to the belief that it is
generally thought that the Consti
tution which will be formulated
will be beaten on the referendum.
This may or may not be the case;
but a belief that it will be by no
meaus excuses the voter iv neglect
ing the highest duty of the citizen.
From au inspection of the seve
ral tickets throughout tho State
we are satisliial that the Demo
cratic parly Will have a large pill -
rulity iv Ibe Constitutional Con
vention, 'lhero are so many nom
inating bodies, aud party lines are
so completely obliterated that this
would seem to be n rash prediction,
but we believe the event will jus
tify the prophecy.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
oat to the Herald by the Western
Union Telegraph Company.l
Pacific Coast News.
San Francisco, June lltli.—Tbe
Committee appointed to investi
gate the acoouuta of the May Fes
tival met Bugbee's attorneys to
day and were told that a full state
ment was not yet ready. I'npaid
bills to tbe amount of $18,000 have
Bau I'rßNClteo nnrkeli.
San Francisco, Juue 11.—Flour
steady and quiet; City Mills super
line $4^4;; bakers' aud family ex
tra $s}@6; Oregon standard extra
$SJ; outside brands $5(5,55. Wheat
dull; choice milling $1 So@l 85.
Barley demoralized; 1830 bags new
crop, the first receipt and of poor
quality, sold at SO.:; old feed quoted
at 90<a:92}. Corn quiet and firm;
large yellow $1 97J@2 05. Oats
dull and weak, feed 45. Hay
dull and unchanged. Potatoes de
clining, new $1 50@2. Wool un
■-'omul llnufluiff lit n Tree—Br
Stockton, June llfu.—lnforma
tion was brought to Coroner Blake
this afternoon of a body found
hanging to the limb of a tree on
Stauislaus river, near Murphy's
ferry. It seems to be the body of
an Italian, about 30 years uld.
Dr. O. A. Sburtlell' was re-lected
Superiutendent of the Insane Asy
lum by a vote of four to one, not
withstanding the numerous peti
tions from Democratic physicians,
the Democratic State and Couuty
Committees aud from prominent
Democrats to elect a Democratic
rtojiiimllani Aicnlim. luillaus.
Tuscarora, Nov., June 11th.—
Lieut, Governor Adams arrived
here this morning with 100 guvs
and ammunition. Ho left for Cor
uucopia this afternoon with B0
guns. Ho will tako all necessary
steps for the protection of settlers
in the Northern portion of tho
Stato. Nothing new from tbe
ifcuiKii by v i.v — Pjihij. ttatllam
Eureka, Cal., June 11th. —Wil-
liam Dixon, of Elk Itidge, on tbe
Otli inst., while driving cattle, was
thrown from his horse and so seri
ously injured that he died the fal
The political canvass is becom
ing warm and the usual amount ot
crimination is being Indulged lv.
It is a forlorn hope with the so
called Workingmen's candidates,
according to general estimation.
Modesto, June 10.—The Demo
cratic Convention ruet to-day and
nominated T. 1). Heiskell for this
county and \V. G. Collier, of Mer
ced, for the Senatorial District, as
candidates for the Constitutional
Couveutlon. T. 1). Harp, indepen
dent Democrat, endorsed by the
Republican "County Conveution,
has withdrawn from the field.
IKlrsitl" Xomluiled — Abductor
HoIXIITKR, Cal., June 11th.—A
Couveutlon met this afternoon nt
this place consisting of twenty
three members, to wit: One Dem
ocrat, one Independent, six Repub
licans and fifteen Workiugmeu,
called a People's Conveution, aud
nominated E. Mason, of San
Felipe, as a candidate to
represent San Benito county
In the Constitutional Convention.
Mr. Nason is a Republican and re
fused to endorse that port i m of the
platform which demands the abro
gation of tho pardoniug power In
the Federal and State Govern
Friday night last an Indian
named Rojeciauo abducted Isabel
Foote, au orphan child seveu or
eight years of age, from the house
of ber sister, Mrs. Soto, near Los
Augeles Raucho, in this county,
and Mcd to the mountains with
ber. Mr. Soto obtained a warrant
and with a companion went in
pursuit, and whou overtaken on
the afternoon of yesterday, the In
dian attempted to shoot his pursu
ers, when he wa9 tired upon and
killed. The child was recovered.
Vlill lo tbs Opbir Mine.
Virginia, Nev., June 11th.—
This evening's Chronicle publishes
the following: At 10 o'clock this
morning two representatives of the
Virgiuia press were admitted to
the Ophir mine, Dan De Quille, of
the Enterprise, and D. E. McCar
thy, of tbe Evening Chronicle. They
were accompanied by Assistant
Superintendent Patton. Going
down the C. &C. shaft, they passed
through the California level to tbe
Ophir mine. The chief point of
interest was, of course, the winze
from the 1900-foot level to the 2000
--foot level—tbe winze which tbe
San Francisco Chronicle of Sunday
last said bad been sunk vertically
only 45 feet and had theu followed
the pitch of tho ore body at an an
gle of 35 degrees to the eastward.
This winze starts in cross-cut No.
2, a few feet east of the ore vein on
the 1900-foot level. The winze is
as straight as a string, and this
proves conclusively what we as
serted yesterday iv that respect.
The wiuze is closely timbered so
that, iv passiug through it, nothing
is to be seen. Mr. Patton, who
has had immediate supervision of
the work, gave the following infor.
mation: At a depth of about IS
feet the winze cut througli a body
of ore about seven or eight feet
wide, which wa9 pitching eastward
at an angle of thirty or forty de
grees. Before the ea9t side of the
winze had passed nut of this vein,
the west side cut into another ore
body, the east wall of which
showed about the same angle of
inclination as the first cut through;
but the west wall did not appear
until a depth of about eighty
feet had been reached. Then about
two feet of porphyry came iv on
the west side, which, it whs feared,
would cut right across the winze,
but as the downward progress was
continued it curved back to tlie
westward aud for the last fifteen or
twenty feet tbe winze was in ore
on the 1,900 foot lnvel. A station
about twenty by forty feet iv size
lias been excavated and here the
size of the ore body was clearly
shown. Its course is northeast and
southwest and on the north side of
the station the whole face is ex
posed. Messrs De Quille aud Mc-
Carthy measured tbe vein careful
ly and found it to be at this point
exactly nineteen feet and one inch
in width from the clearly marked
west wall to the east side of the ore
body. There is no east wall in
sight. The formation adjoining
the ore on tbe east is a vein of
porphyry, interspersed with
streaks of quarts aud hence it ia
considered quite probable that
there is still another body of ore
close at hand on that side. The
drift southward from the station
has already penetrated eight feet
and the "porphyry" taken from
tiie face this morning assays $67 to
The press representatives having
expressed a wish to take samples
from the face of the vein, Mr. Pat
toueaid he was willing they should
doao. Accordingly a tin bucket was
procured and samples were dug
from tbe wholo face of the vein
and caught in a bucket as they fell.
This was all pounded up there and
a small sack taken by each news
paper man. An assay was made for
the Chronicle by E. Martin & Co.,
which resulted as follows. Gold val
ue perton $120 58, silver $128 50, total
value per ton $244 08. The charac
ter of the ore on the 2,000-foot level
is green chloride while that on
tbe 1900-foot level is black sulphur
ets. This change Mr. Patton con
sidered a very favorable indication
for permanency. The heat in the
lower level is intoleralble, being in
one of the 1900-foot level drifts from
120 to 130 degrees. A drift from
the incline is being run ou the
2000-foot level to connect with the
winze and a drift has been started
from the winze station to meet It.
There remain not more than twenty
feet to make the conueclion, which
will probably be done in about 10
Latest Eastern News.
Tlio PotU'r luv«flill^ntli»ii.
Washington, June 11th.—Ex-
Representative C. B. Darrell was
sworu and, after a long statement
with refereuce to many of the ap
plicants for the position of Collector
of Customs, testified that Mat
thews, after be learned that the
President did not intend appoint
ing Governor Packard to the posi
tion, urged his (Darrell's) appoint
ment; also that James E. Ander
son's influence with Senator
Matthews helped to secure his sup
port. Matthews saw the President
several times on Ihe subject, and,
until Hie appointment of Snfith,
thought the chances for Darrell's
ImiMirt'taiC llrclßluu* »y Hi-, Court
uf f i.»im-,
Washington, June 10th.—The
Court of CI Ims to-day rendered
an Impnitnnt decision in tho case
of tbe Union Pacific Railroad
against the Government. Tbe
Court decided that tbe govern
ment is entitled to recover five per
centum of tbe road's net earnings
from the 6th of November, 1869, to
the sth of November, 1874, inclus
ive, amounting to tbo sum of $13,
--677 10, and that tbe company is
entitled to recover $5,930 27 as one
half of tbo compensation due from
tbo government for services ren
dered, and that the difference be
tween thesesums—to wit, $7,740 89
—judgment is rendered in favor of
the government and against tbe
The Court also rendered a decis
ion in the case of the Paolfic Mail
Steamship Company against the
government, to the effect that tbe
claimants are entitled to recover
for the voyage of tbe steamship
"Italy," of Peking, in the sum of
$41,660 for carrying the U. S. mails
between San Francisco and China
in 1575, Judgment to tbe above
amount is given in favor of the
claimants aud against tho govern
C'rtllrurulA s.'tiMl C'lllliu.
Washington, June 11th.— The
Senate to-day passed a bill for the
adjudication of titlo to the land
claimed by Joso Apis and Pablo
Apis in California.
rut(rr*» Lellor lv Slnttliewii.
Washington, June 11th —The
following is tho text of tho letter of
Chairman Potter to Senator Mat
thews, delivered with the subpcona:
House of Representatives, >
Washington, Juue 10, IS7B. /
Sir: I have the honor to ac
knowledge the receipt of your let
ter of the Bth instant, declining to
accept the invitation of the Com
mittee of Investigation, etc., of the
House of Representatives to ap
pear before tbe committee. They
have uot felt at liberty to dlspeuse
with your attendance, aud have
directed that a subpoena issue to
you, by resolution, of which I en
close you a copy; but there is no
purpose of requiring your attend
ance at a time that may interfere
with your official duties us Sena-
and there will be on tho part
of the committee every disposition
to meet your convenience in re
spect to the time of your attend
I have the honor to be, very re
spectfully, yourobedient servant,
Clarkson N. Potter,
MiriCiirier ol cob >n I itsiirgeu'a.
New York, June lltli.—The so
called Brigadier, Guillermo Men
cada, aud Col. Frere, with one
thousaud men aud nine hundred
members of Insurgent families,
comprising those who were unable
to cross the swollen river a few
days ago and being the last of the
Cuban insurgents, have surrender
ed at Barauoa und Cobre.
Oir O-i n Kcunl.
Ft. McKinney, Wyoming, June
11th. —Uen. Merrltt, with eight
companies of cavalry, left here
yesterday for a camp on Clear
Fork Creek, about titty miles dis
tant, where he will remain for the
purpose of scoutiug, etc.
European Cable News.
Enximli dm Bruin Mnrhei.
London, Juue 11th.—Tlie Mark
Lane Express says: Speaking gen
erally, the appearance of all cere
als is bulky, but tho tendency of so
much moisture has been to develop
the plant at the expense of the
grain producing power, and, how
ever favorable the weather may be
during the next two months, ap
pearances do not favor the pro
sumption of more than a bare aver
age yield, at auy rate, as regards
wheat and barley.
The supplies of English wheat
havo been moderate, both in
country markets and Mark Line.
Sales were ouly practicable at a
decline of one to two shillings per
quarter, a reduction which growers
have accepted with manifest reluc
tance. Foreign wheat has been
coming to hand freely. Trade
having been very dull, most of this
wheat has gone into store and a
material increase in stocks will
probably be apparent at the end of
the mouth. America, Russia aud
Germany have been the chief
sources of supply, and from the two
first named we shall receive heavy
imports lor some time. India may
also resume her prominent place
in the list of grain supplying terri
tories. As regards trade there is
very little change, but there lias
been a rather stronger feeling as
regards foreign wheat at reduced
prices of Monday, which were two
•hillings per quarter lower on the
week. Inquiry is chiefly from
country millers. Sales have been
to a great extent lv a retail way.
Values have declined for all vari
eties of cereal productions now that
the Congress is delinitely settled
upon. In the opinion of com deal
ers, the influence of politics has
ceased as a factor in prices.
Tlie Immm Liberal.—Tlie run.
Berlin, July 11.—Tho leaders of
the National Liberal Party are
here for consultation to detormine
ou their course of action. They
believe Prince Bismarck had de
termined upon the dissolution of
the Reichstag even before Nobe
ling's attempt to kill the Emperor,
or tbat he would, at least, have re
convened the Reichstag and ascer
tained the disposition of that body.
Their war cry will be like that of
the French Republicans in their
contest with the De Broglie minis
try and the result will be the re
turn of the present Liberal mem
The Congress will be opened by
Priuce Bismarck as President, by
submitting his memorandum
of points or it resume of the sub
jects to be treated directly by the
Plenipotentiaries. A State ban
quet at tho Castle will be given the
Plenipotentiaries and their suites
on Thursday or Friday evening.
The original anticipation that,
the Congress would complete its
labors iv a fortnight is thought
likely to be realized.
la Favor of Dleeolnllou.
Berlin, Juno 11th.—The Feder
al Council unanimously voted iv
fuvor of tho proposal to dissolve
the German Parliament.
A Sunday school class in Wil
mington, Del., was asked who was
the author of ibe Psalms. Silence
at Oral J then a little hand was held
up. "I know." "Who?" asked
the teacher. ",Sam."
This is tbe way one of the ladles
who belongs to the Atlantio Month
ly's "Contribution Club" remem
bers things: "General Forest was
buried tho day my new hat came.
Hayes was Inaugurated the Spring
I made over my old silk. Diukeus
died When Jennie was a baby.
Lincoln was killed when Mary was
creeping. The civil war broke out
when Sallie was cutting her teeth.
The King of Spain was horn the
year I wus married.
I ura now prepared t) do nil kinds of
Boiler Work and Repairing
BOILKRS promptly intended to nnd
satisfaction s.iftianteed. A. DOKN.
Jel2-lra P. O. Box, No. 250.
MONEY TO LOAN
At reasonable rates, on country property.
Wli. D. STEPHENS,
Jell-2w Temple Block.
CYPRESS HEDGE PLANTS.
I haye no?? on hand a few thousand of
the MONTERB V CV PR K£Lf, w hleh
makes such a handsome hedge Tlicy
are in boxes, so that they can be lifted
out with tho Widuey Transplanter, war
ranting every one to live. Also, tlno
plants of MHnc la pots. They have been
very scarce; can be bought cheap now,
when small, but If le!t until fall or win
ter they will be larger and dearer.
H. H. SPENCER,
Jell-Im Hill street, near Misf.
Examination of Teachers.
The regular examination of teachers
will begin lv th^
HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING,
In this city, on WEDNESDAY, the '2GLU
tut,, and close on Frlday/oltowlng. Ap
plicants for teachers' certificates are re
quested to be oa hand promptly at I a.
m. Otherwise they eanuot be admitted.
W. P. McI>ONALL>,
Co. Wup't Schools,
Los Angeles, June 10. 1878. Jlltd
BAPTIST CHURCH, SPRING St.
In order lo meet the w m' s of many pa
rents this Institute will be :n session du
ring the Summer, and offers facilities to
all those desiring special Instruction In
ANY or Ai,i. branches oi the public
Those who desire promotion nud feel
Incompetency'! n any study gone over can
have unsurpassed facilities for rdvlewlng.
For terms, etc , address
MRS. HEGINA MAST DIXON.
P. O. Box £Bti. Jctt-f
For Immediate service; 14 to Hi hands
high; dark colors. Will inspect ut
KSSPRING STREET, Los Anseles, from
JUNK 7th lo June Swh, inclusive.
Jlild A. NEWMAN.
For Constitutional Convention
CHARLES LINDLEY i.s hereby an
nounced us ftn Independent Candidate
lor Delegate to the Constitutional Con
vention. His platform will appear in
the Dally Republican of Hits city on Fri
day, June 7tli. J7-iiiv
Private Boarding House,
No. 21, cor. Third and Hill sis.
BOf-BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. olitr
I urn nowrendy to receive animals on
pasture, iv my enclosed lands, In the
western part of the city.
All animals at owners' risk.
Apply at my ofllce. I*. BEAUDRY.
81 New High street, opposite Pico Hon fee
A. McKE NZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
A Co., ma Francisco; ulso,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville. Ky.,by the Bottle
or Oallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAM L' I .TBI H<i)osl
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
•V ENOLI HI I ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Minn street, near Court, Los Angeles,
8. W. SUTHERLAND
Bucce-«or t > H. Slotlcibeck A Co.
GUNS. PISTOLS, RIFLES,
FISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY,
Sporting Hoods of All Kinds.
Tors MA.XN sthekt
DOWNEY BLOCK. ■**>
Dr. J. S. Crawford, Dentist,
(Jives notic Ito his patrons that ho will
lie absent nt Sau Francisco, In attend
ance on th? htato Dental Convention for
Los Angelos, June .11, Jl-lCt
Corner ol Main and Requena Sts.
LINENS, PIQUES, LAWNS.
As the So in mer season is a little back*
ward this year, we have determined to
close out our cutiie stock of
We will therefore offer ror the NEXT
THIRTY DAYS LADIES'SUITS at Ihe
Our |1S Ladle.,' Wash Poplin Suit al ST 50
Our |U Ladles' Wash Poplin Suit at Si 00
Our |lo Ladles' Pecale Suit at S3 CO
Our $10 Ladles' Liucn Suit at S5 00
Our J5 Ladies' Linen Suit at «2 00
iWThe above prices are JITST HALE
what these suits cost to Import
We have also made a dieided reduc
tion in our
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
Isaac Norton &Co.,
Jcs-tf Opposite the U. S. Hotel.
in PRicirfl of first or. Ati
CL OT HI I*f « !
01, OT HI WO- !
CL OT 111 TV <i I
AT THE —
Cor. Commercial & Main Sts.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
Has been removed from SIGNORET'3
Cardoua Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
» PATENT MEDICINES.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
BarPrescrlptlone prepared with great
The Workingiucn will glvo a Great Picn Ie
Sunday, 16th inst.,
At tho City Grai-dOUM.
The following well known erilsts havo
volunteered to perform at the Working
fred. j. macklev,
GEORGE MOORE ami
MISS MYRA HOLLOWAY,
Late of the Grand Opera House, Snn
OF THE IMPORTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODSI CLOTHING
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST.
ti®"THESE GOODS WILL BE OFFERED FROM THE PRES
ENT DATE UNTIL THE FOURTH OF JULY AT A GREAT
SACRIFICE, AS THEY MUST BE SOLD.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
Cor. Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
„„ An,...,, ,u„o ~t im( Ei LAVENTHAL.
GRAND OPENING DISPLAY
No. 19 Spring Street,
SATURDAY, June Ist,
AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
WE WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC OUR LATEST IMPORTATIONS OK
j± r V 1> TIMES I'RICIOS!
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES
At the following Unprecedented Reductions, to wit:
GRENADINES, 160. per yard; LAWNS, ISo, per yard;
VICTORIA LAWNS, plain, striped nnd plaid, 200. per yard,
All Shades anil Colors at 50 cts. per yard.
LINEN SUITS, $5; PERCALE, $2; WRAPPERS, 50c.
XJ TXT IDE. RWB3 A. jFL,
Embroideries, Laces and Hosiery
At price. 1 * alone to he found at the
Where is offered at "BED ROCK" PRICES a full and complete line In
the VERY LATEST STYLES of Foreign ami Domestic
ID ZR,"3T GOODS!
ALSO, A COMPLETE STOCK OF S~
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Cent's Furnishing Goods.
JG\a"('all and make early selections. Wo will give yon MORK GOODS for LESS
MONEY than you can tiny elsewhere. Come and c mvinee yourselves at the
Capital Store, No. 9 Spring St., Los Angeles.
I. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
F. G. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALU KINDS OF
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,
THE BEST in tlie WOKLT)
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
BeT DON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
For Sale at a Bargain.
lOt-l ACHES ot choice agricultural
land, piut mesa aud the other bottom or
sandy loam, near 1- niton* famous Sul
phur We!!*), one mile from Kallrond De
pot, nil under n new board fence. I will
sell buir or nil, either half being part
mesa or orchard land, susceptible of ns
high stnteof Improvement as any In the
State. One of the finest arteslon wells in
the country, with n fountain nine feet
above tlie surface of the ground, which
may be used ns an ornamental fountAin
und ut the same time be used as v motive
power, ns well ss for Irrigation. A young
orchard, burn, dwelling, etc.; nnd 1 will
'<![ tunning implements, house, furnl
tui o, etc., if desired.
Address, 11. ItAMBOK,
myJOtf Noiwufk P. O.
till.. .TO IN KM,
NO. 41 SPRINC ST.
A full assortment or nrst-clusg Family
Groceries, Tens, Coffee, Sugar, Butter,
Eggs, Bacon, Hums, Lard, etc., kept on •
hand AT REASONABLE PRICES. feSOlf
C. D. HOTfT,
AT FERGUSON 4 ROSE'S STABLE,
Muln street, Los Angeles. Jeg'Sm