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TUESDAY JUNE 18, 1878.
(OSSIIIf lll)\»l. CONVENTION.
Electiou to take place Wednesday,
FlttST CUNQREB3IONAL DISTRICT,
J. C. SHORB, EOW'D MARSHALL
J. W. WILLIAMS, JAMES L. ORD,
J. W. HARDING, CAMERON H. KING
H. P. IRVING, CHAS. A. SUMNER.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY TICKET,
VOLNEY E. HOWARD,
WM. H. STEPHENS,
JOHN F. GODFREY.
The "Now and Then" of Republi
If the Republican party were put
through an alembic and reduced to
its elements, after a grand residuum
of "cant," "whitewash" would be
its principal remaining ingredient.
If George Washington had been a
member of the Republican party;
and—lmpossible as tbe supposition
is—he bad participated in tbe party
dirty work and grown tired nf its
infamy, most Republican newspa
pers would describe George as a
veritable "galoot;" unworthy of
any earthly credence. Moral
character, with the pretenders to
moral excellence of that organiza
tion, has depended entirely on
fidelity to party. First McLin and
Dennis confessed the Florida in
iquities. These men were the pil
lars of the Republican party in
that State. They were thought,
by Ibe Republican leaders, to be
entirely competent to make a
Republican President. But, as
toon as the mood of confession was
upou them—» confessiou which
they were led to make by the im
pulse which leads Macbeth, in the
play, to betray himself a dozen
times before Birnam wood advan
ces upon the Castle of Duniinane,
they are, according to Republican
editors and orators, not fit to play
clerk to a night soilei's cart. This
may be true. We certainly don't
feel inclined lo deny it. But, none
the less, it leaves the Republican
party, which has " counubiated "
with and employed these men to
strangle the Republic, in a very
embarrassing attitude. A party
may be both villainous and manly,
the manliness somewhat re
lieving the villainy. But
it seems to us tbat,
iv repudiating its tools in the
South, tbe Republican leaders are
simply outlining their villainy ot
the same time that they are rur
rendering their claims upon a ro
The last confessor uf Republican
frauds, and tho last subject of Re
publican attack, is James E. An
derson, tho Republican Supervisor
of East Feliciana township, in the
State of Louisiana. The columns
of Republican journals all over the
United States are now mainly de
voted to showing that this ex-Re
publican tool is a person utterly
unworthy of credence. He, iv his
day, was thought fit to make Hayes
President. Yet now he is not
thought, by these Republican or
(Tans, to be worthy to scrape the
streets of the dirtiest purlieu of au
American city. Yet this man An
derson, at the time he made his
confession, waa an assistant editor
of the Philadelphia North-Amer
ican, one of the oldest journals in
the United Stales, a journal which
was Republican from the very
birth of the party, and which is
edited by Hon. Morton McMiohael,
a Republican ex-Mayor of Phila
delphia, aud, if wo mistake not,
the guiding spirit of the Republi
can Centennial Commission. To be
an assistant editor of such a jour
nal, from an intellectual stand
point, involves a far higher rank
thau that of the average Congress
man. Speaking of Anderson, the
"Make no mistake in weighing
the testimony of James E. Ander
son. No man occupying a position
of honor aud trust ever risks mak
ing himself the target for obloquy
aud vituperation for tlie pleasure of
lying. Jiis story is not a pleasant
one, but rest assured it is true."
Tho New York Times, the lead
ing Republican journal of the
United States, also sees the
Inconsistency of profiting by
these man to mxki a fraud
ulent President aud after
wards turning iip.au them aud at
tempting io destroy the credibility
of their testimouy. The fact is
that the Republican party, in ac
cepting their work, lias given tbe
highest testimony to the credibil
ity ot these men. The Republican
New Yirk Timet— the leading Re
publican org.m of the United
States—says, as to the teslimony of
Anderson and others of his guild:
Ii judicious Republicans imagine
thai the bad character of the wit
ness justifies them in ignoring evi
dence which does not depend upon
his character, and In picking flaws
lv bis ftalement an :t demonstra
tion of Ibe innocence of tlie ac
cused. Tbey would conduct the
case us a sharp lawyer would de
fend hi, client 111 a police court,
caring very little for the methods
(hat secure acquittal, provided only
that result be effected.
So far, ha* ever, us Ibis Investi
gation is concerned, ilie pnL>liu will
pay inucli loss atiention to tlie
technicalities of legal procedure
than lo the broad, moral bearings
of the evidence adduced. Evidence
may be insufficient to convict this
person or that uf a specific offense,
or to prove that lie acted corruptly
GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S FURNISHIING GOODS, the V cry Best As sortment in
or otherwise wrongly, as minutely
aa a charge would have to be
proven in a criminal court. And
yet the evidence may create an in
eradicable impression both as to
the fact of mlsconduot and the
discredit reflected on the party in
whose supposed interest the per
son acted. Anderson's credibility
as a witness is easily demolished.
Tbe testimony that rests upou his
word must be corrobrated before it
can be accepted as having any real
value. But the documents lie
supplies caunot be disproved or
explained away by showing from
his own mouth that be is a liar,
actuated from first to last by base
motives. Mr. Sbermau's author
ship of tbe letter attributed to him
is not disproved by the revelation
of Anderson's guilt. Mr. Sher
man's equivocation, with the docu
ment in hi) hand, contrasts so x>ain
fully with his positive declarations
to newspaper correspondents and
his valiant challenge to the commit
tee, that he must now establish the
falsity of the paper or submit to
the unfavorable interpetration
which the circumstances suggest.
Mr. Stanley Matthews's position
is worse. Tlie more clearly Ander
son is proved to be a scoundrel, the
more the Ohio Senator is damaged
by the confidential relations that
are exemplified iv his letters. The
Nash agreement, infamous on its
face, waa in Mr. Matthews's pos
session. Other things growing out
of intercourse with Anderson must
have familiarized him with that
man's true character. Yet Mr.
Matthews introduced him to Gen.
Harlan as worthy of confidence,
recognized his claim to a substan
tial reward, and exerted himself
strenuously, again and again, dur
ing a period extending over
months, to satisfy Anderson's de
mands. Tbe < ll'. r of the Funchal
Consulate was the product of Mr.
Matthews's influence with the
President, or with Mr. Evarts, or
with both. Me are not required to
believe one sentence that Anderson
has uttered to form a judgment as lo
the part played by Mr. Matthews.
Unless he can prove that these
documents are forgeries, protesta
tions In hi.)behalf will he in vain.
The attempt to explain them away
is aninsult lo common sense. And
the public, while branding Ander
son us he deserves to be, will not
sutler legal quibbling to change tbe
judgment In regard to Mr. Mat
thews for which his letters furnish
J We bail, with pleasure, any out
givings from Republican Journals
which show that (hey can forget
long enough the "God and moral
ity" instincts of their party to
recoguizu tha mere decencies
which should govern the course of
civilized peoples. There Is hope
when superfine sentiment and
transcendental morality are
thrown aside for downright hon
esty of intercourse between man
An impulse of sauity, at inter
val?, is exigent upou the followers
of a great parly. Xot all tha hy
pocrisy and pharlseelsm w'lich
have clouded and shrouded the
Republican party can emeeal the
epic record, at limes, of
that organization We do uot
recognize nny rule of party
feally which calls upon us
to deny the majesty of certain
attitudes of tlie Republican party.
All the more do wo reprobate the
time-serving, the over.veeuiug at
tachment to the llesh-pots of ofllce,
and, above all, tho adoption of a
programme of fraud, of lhat party,
which, when we consider tiiem all,
causes us to question whether It is
the chastening or the extinction of
the Lincoln and Seward party
which is the present demand of the
hour. But, waiving our personal
opinions, the editors and orators of
tba Republicau party should de
velop an animus which could cor
rectly be described as other thau
idiotic. The Republican party,
with its history, should desire not
to descend to posterity with simply
the heaped-up compost of Florida
and Louisiana as its monument.
That would be a monument
which we should not desire to have
over our party. Judging irom the
insane clamor of Republican jour
nals over tho Potter investigation,
we should think that the leaders
of tbat party do not desire that the
truth should be kuown. The sooner
the Republican parly, in the in
terest of the cause with which its
name is identified, but which its
actions disgrace, strike a mood of
confession and reparation, the bet
ter it will be for that organisation.
The tilstance which this party of
moral hyperbole has to fall, if it
identifies itself with Hayes, Is so
great, that, from a merely utilita
rian standpoint, we should judge
that, if it can escape the plunge by
repudiating Hayes, it would gladly
It must be lemembered that,
tomorrow, the election for
members of tlie Constitutional
Conventiou takes place. Every
citizen of Los Angeles ciunty is
privileged to vote fir tho whole
thirty-two delegates at large for the
State aud for the three delegates
from L>s Angeles county. The
three last, the Messrs. Voluey E.
Howard, Wm. H. Stephens and
John F, Godfrey are meu of such
exceptional excellence that every
citizen will experience a pleasure
in voting for them, irrespective of
party. Every Democrat should
take a pride In sallying lo their
support, and they will ba largely
reinforced by Republicans. In Los
Angeles county nothing is left but
a choice between Ihe Working
men's ticket and the Democratic.
Wheu we state, as we can, truth
fully, that no three men returned
to the Constitutional Covention
will exceed tlie Messr*. Howard,
Stephens antl Godfrey in moral
worth or intellectual qualifications,
neither Dsmocrats nor Republicans
are left any alternative as to their
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
l«ne,-iMI to tlie Herald oy tlie Weatern
dii.to (Telegraph Company.l
Pacific Coast News.
Will HVI II «-M«»t«ll«e ii,rile
San Francisco, June 17th.—It
is rumored that James T. Fair will
retire from the superintendency of
the various mines over which he
presides on the Ist of July, on ac
count of ill health.
Last night a chinaman named
Lew Ah Lee, 31 years old and a
miner by occupation, committed
suicide by hanging himself in his
room, at 711 Dupont street.
Eureka Consolidated has declared
a dividend of $3 per share.
Later Trot,, file loillnii Ointii r«h.
San Fkancisco, June 17.—Gen.
Howard left Camp Lyon this morn
ing accompanied by some mem
bers of his staff, a few soldiers and
Sallie Wiunemucca, In all about
a dozen. The Indians aro reported
to be burniug buildiugs at Btein
Mountain and committing other
depredations. A large number of
Piutes are held as prisoners on ac
count of their refusing tojoiu the
hostiles. Leo Wiunemucca is re
ported killed. Three columns will
be moving on the hostiles' position
at Stein Mountain to-morrow, viz:
From Sheep Ranch, Camp Harney
and Malheur. The settlers at
White Horse are hourly expecting
au attack. The Indians made a
raid to-day on Burnt rivet, near the
Express ranch, capturing a large
number of horses. *
Major Sanford's command, con
sisting of three companies of cav
alry, vow in tbe vicinity of Key
Hill, will come to this place where
tbey will join the company of cav
alry commanded by Cipt. Bendier,
when the whole forco will move
towards the crossing of Malheur
under General Grover. Tbe troops
from California, vow at Duck Val
ley, wbo left tbe railroad at Elko
under commaud of Col. Adams,
are ordered to Sheep Ranch aud
will form the left wing of the army.
General Crook's forces are ou the
way from Fort Hall to Big Camas
Prairie and are expected to take
care of that part of the field.
Though the Indians are gathering
iv tho neighborhood of Stein Moun
tain Gen. Howard's
would indicate that they have
commenced to move North and are
as likely to be found iv the Mal
heur mountains as elsewhere.
Tlie Sllue Bnjiemi teiul«ut9 mid tlie
.Hi e'.i.*,.!.■ .' Unlou.
Virginia, Juue 17th.—Superin
tendents Cauavan, Osbistou aud
Taylor, the committee appointed
to confer with a committee of the
Mechanics' Union, met the
mechanics committee, Messrs.
Wilkin-'. Hazeltine and Candler,
in Major Belknap's office at 9
o'clock this morning. Superin
tendent Canavan and Mr. Wilkins
conducted the deliberations. Tbe
Superintendents were willing to ac
cede to all demands of th i Union,
but they wanted an agreemeut
drawu up covering all tho points in
dispute so as to avoid future mis
understanding. They therefore
wished to have the matter fully
I explained so that they could make
a full and satisfactory report. The
mechanics' committee entered iuto
the details of (heir demands it
some length and the Superintend
ents agreed that they were fair
and had no doubt tbat their fellow
Superintendents would agree with
them. It wa3 now 10 o'clock and
Messrs. Cauavan, Osblston and
Taylor withdrew to attend the Su
perintendents meeting at the Gould
& Curry office. At that meeting
Superintendents Bonnemont, Pat
ton, Gillette, Deideshimer, Regan,
Taylor, Smith, Foreman, Eagan,
Boyle, Canavan, Obistou, and
Hillyer were present. The report
of the committee was received,
discussed and considered satisfac
tory, but somebody thought there
ought to be a provision allowing
Superintendents to engage appren
tices. At present none were em
ylojed at tbe mines. The commit
tee were finally directed to meet
the mechanics' committee to-mor
row evening to draw up an agree
ment which will be submitted to
the Union and Superintendents for
Hoveuicuie igsiuit it,,, ladhtii.S
Dalls, Juna 17th.—Geu. How
ard reached camp Lyons yesterday.
Col. Whipple's company of oue
hundred mounted men is moving
to effect a Junction with Col. Ber
nard's command. Bernard's com
mand left Sheep Ranch yesterday
in the direction of Stein's moun
tain. A junction will be effected
tills evening or to-morrow moru
ing. Gen. Howard left campLvons
this moruing for Malheur. It is
his intention to proceed up the
Malheur with Stewart's three com
panies of cavalry and be prepared
io head oil' the hostiles. An effort
will be made to corral the savages.
There are, however, nearly seven
hundred Indians on the war path,
including Bannocks, Nez Perces,
Shoshoues and Piutes.
During Sarah Winuemucca's re
cent trip into the hostile camp she
gained admission to the camp by
putting war paint on and using a
red blanket. She brought impor
tant information concerning tlie
movements aud strengtli of the
hostiles. The savages had captured
three meu, one of them a letter
carrier, aud were going to kill
them. Friday last the Piute Chief
Natchez determined to save their
lives. lie waa with the chiefs in
council und made an excuse lo
leave for*few minutes on the pita
of illness. He had four horsts
ready and with them tha white
prisouers, by previous arrange
ment, succeeded in making their
escape. Eagle of Light demauded
of Wiunemucca and Eagan that
they should join the hostiles, but
they steadily refused, claiming
that they had made a treaty with
the whites ami could not take up
arms against tbem now. They
wanted the Bannocks to go back to
Fort Hall, where they belonged.
Eagle Eye is also with the hos
Camp Lyons is to be made the
base of supplies for the centre and
left wing attacking forces.
Old Cliiof Winiiemucca started
from Bernard's command at
noon yi-s'er.lay to bring in some
of his people. There aro fears that
he may huve been captured.
Faintly Sliol by au Editor.
Eureka, Nev., June 17th.—At
about 9:30 o'clock ou Sunday
night, on tho arrival of the train
from Palisade, Kd. Rickar, con
ductor on tho Eureka and Palisade
Railroad, was shot by All. Chartz,
one of the lessees of the Eureka
Republican newspaper. The diffi
culty occurred In front of tbe
International Hotel, just as the
bus drove from the depot. Rlckara
was on the bus, and Charlz seems
to have been lying in wait for him.
The difficulty grew out of personal
items lv the Republican, which
were distasteful to Rickar. As the
bus drew up, Rickar, who was on
the outside, jumped to the ground.
He was immediately accosted by
Chartz and some words passed
about (he settlement of the
affair. Rickar said, "I will settle it
right here," and began to take oft'
his coat, when Chartz drew his
pistol and llred, the ball taking ef
fect iv the left brea9t and lodging
in the spinal column. The wounded
man Is still alive but the doctors
say he must die. Charlz ran to the
jail and gave himself up. There is
universal itidiguation and stroug
talk of lynching. Sheriff Sears
keeps the jail closely watched.
Rickar was ono of the most popu
lar men In the county and had uo
weapons of any kind when shot
down. Tliectllcers threaten to ar
rest other parties as accessories to
Latest Eastern News.
Tin, i'„if,-r laveetlf*tt«a — nuns
luutia la Senator Itelieffi;,
Washington*, Juno 17.—Chair
man Potter on Saturday sent the
following vote to Senator Kellogg:
Sir: You are requested to attend
before the Commlitee of the House
of Representatives for the investi
gation of electiou frauds, etc., at
such hour as may suit your con
venience, for the purpose of giving
testimony with respect to matters
in hearing before said Committee.
Senator Kellogg replied: I have
just received your vote requesting
me to utteini befofu your commit
tee at such hour as may suit my
convenience for the purpose of giv
ing testimony, aud in reply would
say, I would endeavor to attend
immediately, but there are matters
pending in the Senate to-day re
garding which 1 I'd much interest.
On Monday after the morning hour
I will endeavor to make such ar
rangement as will enable me to
comply with your request.
ilie 1..,n lo r»ke Hi tonne.
Washington, June 17.—The
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
has telegraphed to the Collector at
Montgomery, Alabama, authoriz
ing him to employ sixteen men for
fifteen days for the purpose of ar
resting illicit distillers who had
taken refuge at Edwardsville, Cle
bourue county. The Commissioner
says tin; leniency extended was
with Ihe expectation that viola
tions of law would cease. It is now
his desire that the law shall take
its course against all offeuders.
All Quid nt Quebrr.
Quebec, Juue 17th.—The city
was perfectly quiet yesterday and
though it was falsely rumored that
an immense meeting was to be held
at St. Roche's in the afternoon, uo
unusual gathering occurred auy
wheic. Tlie men of the Eighth
Battalion are still uuder arms at
the citadel and parliament house.
European Cable News.
London, Juue 17tb.—The Duke
of Richmond nnd Gordon, Lord
Pr esidcnt.of Ihe Council, replying
to the Karl of Granville In the
House of Lords to-day, sai l the
memorandum of the agreement be
tween England aud Russia pub
lished recently was surreptitiously
procured through some person
having access to the confidential
papers. As an explanation of the
government's policy he said it was
incomplete and therefore inaccu
rate. The government would at
the earliest moment give the fullest
i;.niil..nMrj Moveuit'l't Feurftf.
London, June 17.—A Paris let
ter says that some apprehension
prevails that a new attempt will be
made to put a reactionary ministry
in control of the government for
the purpose of influencing the
coming Senatorial elections. Such
a step would be tbe last desperate
effort of the Monarchists to prevent
the tirm establishment of the Re
public and would leave the ques
tion of the revision of the consti
tution open three years longer.
Unless the coming electious cau be
influenced in some such way tlie
Republicans are suro to obtain a
majority in the Senate. It is im
possible lo predict whether Presi
dent MacMahon will lend himself
to Biich an intrigue because bis
character is little understood.
It.in,-Nci by JUuntuiii'itriiiii.
Cettinqe, Juue 17th.—Friday
the Turks ut Fusen Sontari at
t eked the Montenegrins and were
Madrid, June 17th.—The Cabi
net made the election of Vice Pres
ident of the Cortes a question of
confidence and received 210 votes
against 73. The Cabinet's position
is thus secured until the autumn
session. The Cortes will adjourn
the second week lv July, wheu the
Court will go to the seaside. The
Cuban loan of $2,500,000 was voted
on Friday, which is guaranteed by
Spain and by the pledge of colon
ial customs. A bill for the sup
pression of bull lights was rejected
A S talilo latest Improved BILLIARD
TA BLK, Iv sood order. Will be sold at a
bargain. Can be seen at Noell's Wine
Uouius, No. 114, Cardona Rlo-k, Alain st.
J i-18-l m
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PHOPOSALS will be received by
the Southern California Horticultural
Society for tbe grading of tnelr Pavilion Lot
on Temple street, in aocordauoo with sped.
Acatlons on file with the Secretary, No. 18
Spring street, up-stalrs, until 12 o'clock m
of HaturJiy, June XI, 18,8. The Society re
serves the right to r, J c i any or all bids.
L. M HOLT, Secretary.
Lot Aogdes, June 17. 1878. td
Thoirms 11. HmUh, Plaintiff, vs. Oeo. B.
WHlkor, Defendant — Llty Court, Los
Under and hy virtue of an execution Is
sued outof tlie City Court of Lou Angeles
City, county of Los Angeles state of Cal
ifornia, to me directed and delivered on
tbe luti day of June, A. l>. I*7*. for a
Judgment rendered m sal I Court on the
4th day of June, A. 1). Jo7-<, In favor of
Thomas 11. Smith, plalmllT, mid against
Geo. H. Walker, dtfjudnut, I have levied
upon and shall on
TUESDAY, THIS 9th DA IT OF
JULY, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock m., proceed to sell,
at the Court House door, in thecity and
county ot Los Angeles, State of Califor
nia, at public auction to the highest and
best bidder, for cash In U. H. gold coin, to
, satisfy said Judgement for Interest and
costs and accruing costs, all the right,
title and Interest of defendant Oeo. li.
Walker lv and to the following described
real estate, to wli:
Tho NX M of Section 10 T. 4 N. It. 13 W.
San Hernardluo meridian.
Given under mv hand, ot Los Angeles,
this ITlh day of June, A. I>. 1573.
IL It. MITCHELL,
Between FnmhUn street and Main or
Spring, WATCH-KKYM AND CIIAHM,
with woven hair ornaments. Please re
turn to this ofllce and oblige the owner.
Wanted to Exchange.
A lot onSlxth street, Santa Monica, 50t
160, wiili good well water, tree for two
years, will exchange for a horse and
harness aud light wagon. Inquire at
BASSET A CO.'S sTOKK,Santa Monica,
or write to G. BAYLEY, .Santa Monica,
— 1 i. ~ , - .^T^E?
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
The rioneci- BILL POSTINU BUSI
NESS of Los Angeles, consisting of 113
bill boards, brusliC3, buckets, etc. For
particulars enquiro of SMITH, 70 Spring
A HOUSK ON FORT STREET, No. 57,
ono block from Post ofllce, of live rooms,
a kitchen, bath-room, servant room and
store room, Apply at the premises from
10 a. M. to2l\ X., or at the office of It. I>.
PITT, Downey Block, under the stairs.
One or more rooms,with board, hot aud
cold water bath, etc. Persons visiting
Los Angeles will And this ono of the
pleasantest locations ln town. Addross
P. O. Box 1107. uib2t.tr
A COTTAGE OP FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen furniture and water, at No. IN
Buena Vista street, Los Angeles. Rent,
$20 per mouth, payable lv advance. Ad
dress G. W. W., Herald office- mro-tf
81 to $1000 to Loan.
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals $1 to $1000,
on all kinds of personal property, such
as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, silver aud U. S. Cunen
cy bought and sold. nlUf
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by Qlas
sell A Chapman, are now oll'ereil for sale
or rent. BarKAILKOAD DEPOT VERY
Apply to DAFT.G L » KSK LL. In Temple
Block, Lo, Angeles, or M. l'\ PARKER,
Grocery Sfore for Sale.
Doing a good business; .satisfactory
reasons given for selling. Enquire at the
Herald ofllce. m.v2Gtf
Sunny Rooms and Board,
GentlemeL. nnd their wives and single
gents can be accommodated with board
and flne, large, front, sunny rooms, con
taining all modern conveniences and
home comforts, at the
New High street, only one block
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commandsa charming view of mountain
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MONEY TO LOAN
At reasonable rates, on country properly.
WM. D. STEPHENS,
Jell-2w Temple Block.
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS !
IN COLD COIN,
TO BE GIVEN TO YOUNO LADIES AT
THE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS
Under eighteen ycaisef ai-e, who make
Tho Best Biscuit
Bowen's Yeast Powder.
State Fair at Sacramento. Cal $50
State Fair at Reno, Nevada 50
State Fair at. Salem, Oregon 50
Siskiyou .County Agricultural Fair,
Northern District Agricultural society
Fair, Murysville 50
Sonoma and Marin District Agricultu
ral Society Fair, Polaluma 60
San Joaquin Valley Agricultural So
ciety Fair,Stockton 50
Los Angeles Agricultural society Fair,
Los Angeles 50
Santa Olala Valley Agricultural soci
ety Fair, San Jose 50
M-.'chunlcs' Fair, San rranelscn 50
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LOS ANCELES STEAM
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
From ibis date you will And In our fac
tory the best ground and roasted Coffee
Mini Kplces, put up In paper or In cans,
iv the best and moststylish manner.
Messrs. p. Cuseuave & Co. have titled
up their factory, so us to permit them
to sell these articles at, Kan Francisco
prices. Tbey r_>pofl!ully solicit your
patronage. P. CASENAVE & CO.
Corner cf Main and Requena Sts.
LINENS, PIQUES, LAWNS.
As tho Summer season is a little back
ward this year, wo havo determined to
close out our entire stuck of
We will therefore oner for Ibe NEXT
THIRTY DAYS LADIES'SUITS lit Iho
Our 5:5 Ladle.' Wash Poplin Suit at $7 50
Our $11 Lallas' Wash Poplin Ruitutsjoo
Our $10 Ladies'l'ecale Suit at ,3CO
Our llOtadlei' Linen Suit nt $5 00
Our $5 Ladles' Linen Suit at $2 00
ear The above prices nro JUST H ALF
what those suits cost to Import.
We have also made a dt elded reduc
tion in our
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATB, BOOTS & SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
Isaac Norton &Co.,
Jcs-lf Opposite Iho V. S. Hotel.
IN PHI I S OF KIRST Or.AU
CLOTXX INO !
Cor. Commercial & Main Sis.
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
nas been removed from SIQNORET'S
Cardoua Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
prcpnn-d with great
Examination of Teachers.
The regular examination of lenchcrs
will bofcin lv Un
lIIGU SCHOOL 11UILDING,
In this city, o-l WEDNESDAY, tho Mill
Inst., andclose on Ap
plicants for teachers' certificates are re
quested to beo.i hand promptly at 9 A.
M. otherwise they cannot be admitted.
w. p. McDonald,
Co. sup't Schools.
Los Angeles, June 10, 1878. Jlltd
By the Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, the best Orange nnd Serai-
Tropical Fruit Land In the State. Water
right goes with the land Apply tn the
office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 Now High St.
aplBtl K. W. WOO O, Secretary.
JUST OPENING AT SLANEY'S
A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS & SHOES
Having Just returned from tho illy. I now oflVr to my friends and patrons as line
a selection or goods as e*n he found In flan Francisco, comprising the following
„ . ■ l Also. MISSES'.
i??2'£?..fiEL Fr S n J 0n \ \\S J CHlLDllKN'snuu
kid Buttoned. Side- -i*t*,,r . \ >>.\ J INFANT'S
Laerd. Buckle-New- ?
«v»«« M snoES i
*'»■£ - - -«J3S&' All Styles nnd
and ~ ; %.Vf'y. V-V^lV - \&BB[I Descriptions.
Toilet Slippers j. > ; 'f > j
". . '.' • :S \\l Workikomm'S)
Of nil Styles an.l afe . , MUM
mantles. ;: f; /• , v -I \ BOOTS.
Clouts' Hund-Sowed .jmf'**, ' T ' ;ro\f?RFS=. ANI>
BOOTS -'"'JMI • I NEW STYLE OK
ALEXIS TIES. ' ■ <f£ ./PLOW SHOE,
Low-buckle Shoes ' DURABLE-
Very Handsome. " AKD ( -' HEAI '- |
In soliciting patrennce and knowing the vnuts of my customer*. I nm deter
mined to keep nothing but the BEST QUALITY OK UOOiM. anil WILL BELL
them CHEAPER than tha same can be bougnt elsewhere
(MTCALL AND BE CONVINCED.
100 MAIN STREET, (
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & CO.'*.
CLOSING OUT! <
OF THE IMPORTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS! CLOTHING
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST.
B3TTHESE GOODS WILL HE OFFERKD 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.
IKE IS Bl X)CK.
Lo. Angeles, ,„„e Ut. £ L^VENTHAL.
GRAND OPENING DISPLAY
No. 13 Spring Street,
SATURDAY, June Ist,
AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY 1
WE WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC OUR LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF J
SUMMER GOODS \
j± r r TIME.*? PRIC ES!
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES
At the following Unprecedented Reductions, to wit:
GRENADINES, 10c. per yard; LAWNS, 15c. per yard;
VICTORIA LAWNS, plain, striped and plaid, 20c. per yard.
All Shades and Colors at 50 cts. per yard.
LINEN SUITS, $5; PERCALE, $2; WRAPPERS, 50e.
XT KTDERWE Jk. 3FL,
Embroideries, Laces and Hosiery
At prices alono to be found ut the
Where is offered nt "RED ROCK" PRICES a full aud complete line in
the VERY LATEST STYLES of Foreign and Domestic
ID IR-ST GOODS!
ALSO, A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Cent's Furnishing Goods.
BWCall and make early selections, Wo will giro you MORE OOODS for LESS
MONEY than you cau bny elsewhere. Come uud o invlnco yourselves at tho
Capital Store, No. 9 Spring St., Los Angeles.
I. CO HEM & CO.. Proprietors.
Private Boarding House,
No. 21, cor. Third and Hill sts.
••-BOARD BY THE DAY, WICKK Olt
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. ol 2l if
C. D. HOYT,
AT FERGUSON A ROSE'S• STABLE,
Main street, Los Angeles. Jo2-2m
NO. 41 SPRINC ST.
A full assortment of first-class Family
Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter,
Eggs, Bacon, Hams, Lard, elc, kept on
hand AT REASONABLE PRICES. feSOU