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A Surrender, Not a Defeat.
When tha result of the Palace
Hotel conference was flashed over
California—in fact, before tbat re
sult, In oar warnings to the Demo
cratic leaders—we took no pains to
conceal our opinion that the old
parties had committed a fatal mis
take in linking their identity and
abnegating their party manliness.
We> have repeatedly since inti
mated tbat the Workingmen would
have a large representation in the
Constitutional Convention at Sac
ramento. It requires but a small
decree of sagacity to know that
when two great political parties
historic parlies which have dia
metrically opposite principles,
whose servants bave often been
unfaithful, but which are supposed
to have a definite purpose—delib
erately ignore their distinctive dif
ferences and take to sleeping to
gether in the same trnckle-bed,
disaster is Inevitable. Defeat to a
Vigorous political organization
amounts to nothing. It is simply
a stimulus to renewed energy. It
Is a bugle-call to a victory of the
future. It was In this manner that
the defeat of John C. Fremont, in
1556, acted on tbe then infant Re
publican party. But, throwing
down tbe harriers which separate
parties, to oppose a new and un
tried organization, is a confession
of cowardice which is always at
tended by disaster. *++
From tho very moment the
loaders of tbe Democratic party at
-Wnr Palace Hotel conference an
nounced themselves unable or un
willing to formulate a platform of
distinctive Democratic principles,
and failed to invite their followers
to rally to Its support, we saw po
litical discomfiture ahead. The
Democracy of Los Angeles re
sponded to the novel situation with
an apathy which, on reflection,
does tbem credit. Not even tbe
splendid character of tbe local
Democratic nominees could rally
tbe unterrified to the polls. When
a great party, through its recog
nized leaders, permits itself to seem
to be controlled by capitalists and
corporations, it is hig'i time that
tbe rank and file should halt and
ponder. The encounter of Wednes
day waa not a combat; it was a ca
pitulation; it had uo element of
defeat—it was a ore arranged sur
render. We have no tears to shed
over tbe result. The Democrats of
Ijpa Angeles county yesterday did
not think it worth while to vote at
•II; tbe Republicans who went to
tbe nolle voted tbe Workingman's
ticket almost to a man. If a re
sponse ia sought from the Democ
racy of California, in the ruture,
cowardly aud time-serving coun
sels must not rule the day. Tbe
party in this county allowed their
local ticket, unsurpassed as it was
in ite personnel, to go down in the
common wreck, on the principle of
throwing tbe tail with the hide.
Tbe issue bas pointed one moral,
and tbat is that, in the remodeling
of our State organization, to put
none but staunch and fearless
Democrats ou deck.
A Representative Man.
Tbe Los Angeles Herald is a
Democratic paper. It seems to be
a very candid and free-spoken
journal. We suspect it to have
received the inspiration which
dude vent in (lie following com
ments from Hon. James U. How
ard— "Colonel Blove"—so well
known in literary circles on the
Pacific Coast. A late number of
the Herald deals with Senator
Jones as follows: [Our article on
Senator Jones is here reproduced.]
This is very handsome and very
just. Thus doth a Democratic
newspaper set us an example of
liberty of view and large independ
ence of expression. Not only do
we feel a sense of obligation to the
Herald for thus proclaiming the
true character and claims of Mr.
Jones to a re-election; but for its
L-*Pt and comprehensive designa
tion of the character of Rutherford
B. Hayes. "The Ohio Chadbaud"
We flud the foregoing, Irom tho
Carson Appeal, in tbe San Frau
clsco Post. We are sensible of the
compliment involved in referring
the inspiration of our appreciation
of Senator John P. Jones to our
accomplished aud inimitable
. townsman, but we must beg to dis
claim the soft impeachment. We
havealwnys had a lively sense of
the distinctively representative
character of Senator Joues. He
cannot give up to a party what was
meant for mankind. Iv bis advo
cacy of Ihe silver hill, ami of every
leading Interest of thu Pacific Coast,
he lias beeu sn decisively states
manlike ami locally serviceable
that we thiuk. irrespective of parly,
lie is entitled to a ii-eleetion from
Nevada. Of all our millionaires
he is the oue who has shown him
self to be governed by generous and
public spirited impulses. The in
dulgence iv these may have dimin
ished his priva'e fortune, hut (hey
have amazingly increased his
claims upou the recognition of a
GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S FURNISHING GOODS, the V cry Best As sortment in
It is still too early to form a def
inite opinion of the result of Wed
nesday's election in the State at
large. As we shall bo able to speak
with much more clearness to-mor-
row than to-day, we withhold our
comments. The Workingmen have
unquestionably developed much
strength and they may have won
In tbe State. They have unques
tionably elected tbe thirty dele
gates ot San Francisco and the
three delegates from Los Angeles
county, and if tbe thirty-two dele
gates at large are added to these
the party will have an overwhelm
ing majority. Should this prove to
be the case the responsibilities of
the Workiiigmeu's party will be
gin. Wo can support, with the
utmost equanimity, any issue of
the election. The real Issue of tho
Constitutional question will arise
when the work of tho Convention
comes before the people for adop
tion or rejection.
Thk experience of tbe Demo
cratic party Wednesday will be
found wholesome for discipline,
It is quite within our ability to
pluck the flower safety from the
nettle danger. The parly needs re
modeling and should be brought in
line with the popular demands aud
aspirations. As for an occasional
defeat, it has most admirable tonic
The Danger of Documents.
When the late Oakes Ames was
threatened by a combination of
corrupt Congressmen with organ
ized perjury to break down bis tes
timony respecting the Credit
Moblller jobbery, he quietly warn
ed them not to go too tar. At tbe
outset be tried to conceal their
venality, and to give them the ben
efit of a convenient memory. Col
fax, Garfle'd, Dawes, and the rest
of them, did not tako this advice,
as prudent patriots should hav°
done whose pockets were stuffed
with scrip, bunds and divideuds.
Tbey setup their character against
that of Ames, aud sought. to4tush
bim by hard swearing.
Then the old man turned in bis
wrath, aud produced the famous
memorandum book containing the
exact record of each member's in
terest in the Credit Mobilier, the
amount of stock assigned to him,
aud the dividends in cash aud
bonds, together with un accouut
current showlog the whole trans
action. There was uo escape from
that evidence, and the country has
long since rendered its verdict
against all who were concerned iv
The couspirators who concoct
ed the great crime which carried
Hayes into the Wiiite House and
gave them the highest honors and
trusts of tlie Republic as their
share of tbe plunder, started out
wheu the investigation was oidered
by denouncing the witnesses who
were to be summoned as disap
pointed otHce seekers and treach
erous politicians, who were un
worthy of confidence or respect.
They proclaimed loudly that this
testimony would be impeached
and broken down with nit much ef
McLiv, Anderson, Dennis, antl
others who figured in Florida and
Louisiana, were the choseu confi
dants and peculiar friends of the
chiefs of tlie couspiracy, and did
their part of the work under the
direct instructions of the visiting
statesmen and personal representa
tives of Mr. Hayes. So far as An
derson is concerned, tlie corres
pondence already produced before
the committee proves conclusively
tbat he held tbe closest relations of
intimacy with the men who are
known to enjoy the most confiden
tial terras with the occupant of the
White House. He saw them grasp
ing the highest prizes, and throw
ing the blanks to those who, like
himself, were employed to consum
mate the conspiracy, and he con
cluded to tell the whole truth.
When John Sherman took the
stand, and was confronted with tbe
pledge given to Weber and Ander
son by Ins own baud, be tried to
evade any positive denial of tbe
letter; yet his evasion was quite as
conclusive respecting bis author
ship of the paper as any confession
would have been. When he said
that there were many things in tbe
letter which he would have writ
ten, and did not say there was any
thing iv it which ho would not
bave writ ten, he closed the case
against himself as much as if he
bad entered a plea of guilty. Writ
ten documents aro indeed danger
ous to all but innocent men.—New
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[Hpeeiui to tlie Herald by the West era
Union Telegraph Company. 1
Pacific Coast News.
V«»te (,t HaulM tun.
Santa Ana, June 20.—T0 S. M.
White:—Stephens 52; Godfrey 53;
Howard 71; West 58; Thompson
42; Evey 65. Move Wicks.
Bakeksfiei.d, June 20th.—Re
turns from seven precincts give
the delegates at large on the Non-
Partizan ticket a large majority.
For the county the Republicans are
ahead so far.
Auburn—Citizens' 144; Working
Clipper Gap-Citizens' 22; Work
Bath Precinct — Citizens' 29;
Butcher Ranch—Worktngmeii 6;
Todd's Valley—Workingmen 3;
Milch Bluff—Workingmen 36;
Santa Cruz—Full returns from
this city give a total vote of 847.
Craig, Non-Partizan, for county
delegate, 395; Tuttle, Workingman,
451. White, Workingman, for joint
delegate from San Benito, Monte
rey and Santa Cruz counties lias a
majerlty over Julius Lee, Jude
pendent, of 134. From returns re
ceived from various parts of the
couuty, the Workingmen bave car
ried tbo county by about 300. J.
W. Leigh, Nou-Purtizan joint del
egate, received ltsa thau 100 votes
in thla county.
Workingmen 295; White 218; Lee,
Independent, 257; Tuttle.Workiog
meu's county delegate, is elected
by about 150 majority. M'irtiu,
Non-Partizan delegate at large,
leads his ticket here.
Merced—Total votes polled 340;
for delegates at large, Non-Parti
zan 220; Workingmen 83; Demo
cratic 37; for local delegates, Jones,
Non-Partizan, Senatorial Distriot,
150; Ward, Assembly District, 187;
Democratic tioket—Collier94; Hen
drick 41; Workingmen's ticket:
Jones 71; Lapham 95; Hamilton,
Independent delegate from Sena
torial distriot, 25. Returns are not
received from Mariposa couuty,
nor full returns from all precinots
of this county. It ia believed that
the Non-Partizan ticket has car
ried both counties.
Fairfield—For joint member for
Salano and Yolo, Democrat, Wolf
skill, 130; Workingmen, Montgom
ery, 53. The Republicans received
79 for county delegates, Democrats,
Davison 87; Reed 87; Kelly 87; Re
publicans, Dudley, 130; Hilbornß7;
Harvey 130. Workingmen, Kav
anaugb C 9; Elliott GO; McDermott
93; Keuna, at large 137; Haile 85;
lican 82; Workingmen 80; Non
Santa Clara—Non-partizau ticket
280; Workingmen 134; young men
36: county candidates, Line 329;
Smith 302; MoComas 315; Waller
257; Greeninger 239; Clark 139;
Carrick 129; Hevington 19S: Moul
tree 134; Kelly 133; Kennedy S6,
Modesto — Stanislaus has gone
straight Democratio by 250 major
ity. The vote is very light, the
taturns coming in slowly.
Ukiah— The Non-partizan ticket
received a majority of the vote cast,
excepting the following: Casserly
102; Barnes 94; Overton 94; Maus
field 102; Graves 95; 'fully 94;
Smith 93; Martin 94; Sobell 98.
On the Democratic ticket Shorb
received the highest, 94, and King
the lowest, 29. The Independent,
Webb, received 78. Tho joint can
didates for three couuties stand as
follows: Ricks, Nou-partizan, 81;
Dasbiels, Independent, 12S; Barton,
Democrat 10. Vote for couuty del
egates: Townsend, Democratic,
136; Montgomery, Independent, 41;
Morgan, Non-partizan, 18; no other
precincte have yet been heard from.
The vote is very light.
Oroville—Oroville, Gbleo, Chet
okte, Biggs, Gridley, nnd eight
otherpreeiticts, give tlio Nou-Par
tizaus 564 majority.
Suu Joeo —The Workingmen
claim to have elected their full
couuty ticket, with the exception
of oue man. The Non-Partizans,
on the other hand, claim the elec
tion of their full county ticket,
except Greenlnger, Harrington,
Workingmen's aud Young Men's
candidates, certainly being elected.
At this time, from an unprejudiced
point of view, the probabilities are
for tlie election of the Working
men's ticket, except Carrick, Smith
being certainly elected iv his place.
Returns from outside precincts, so
far as heard from, give average
majorities as follows: Evergreen,
Workingmen, 33; Highland, do., 2;
Lexington, do., 10; Oak&rove, 20;
Burnett, Non-Partizan, 5; Bcrry
essa, Non-Partizan, 32; Alviso,
Non-Partizan, 19; Saratoga, Work
ingmen, 0; May held, do., 50.
Visalia — Returns from the
county so far are very Incomplete.
Can tell nothing about delegates
at large. Returns from Visalia,
Tulare, Tipton, Venice, Farmers
ville, Pleasant drove, Yokohl,
Grangeville, Hanford and Lemoore
precincts give Brown, Democrat,
306; Talbot, Workingman, 293;
Cutter Non-Partizan, 138. The
Democrats will probably have a
small majority over the Working
men. The Nou-Partizaus are away
bebiud. The Workingmen have a
majority over tbe Democrats in
Grangeville, Hanford, Tularo and
Lemoore. In Visalia the vote
stood, Brown, 112; Cutler, 77; Tal
bot, 7. Archer rau ahead of his
Mendocino—Very little interest
was taken in the election in this
precinct, only 47 votes being polled,
which all tho delegates at large re
ceived, with the exception of Cas
serly, who received 34 votes. For
the 27th Senatorial District, Hicks,
Democrat, 27j Bartou, 1; Dashiel,
Non-Pai tizan, 10. For county,
Morgan, Non-Parlizau, 19; Wm.
Biley Hamilton, Workiugmen, 7;
Towusend, Democrat, 10.
Hauford—Full returns of this
precinct give the Workingmen a
majority of 31, except Pico, 30;
Democrats 23, except Short), Ord
and Waters 22; Sumner, 24.
Brown, couuty, 18; Sayles, 21;
Non-Partizan, 18, except Van
Dyke, Haile, Porter, Belcher,
Tinnin, Shurtlefi', Mansfield,.
Schell, Smith, 22; Waters, 41; Cut
ter, couuty, 11.
Searsville—Total vote 44; Work
ingmen average 34; Non-Partizaus
12; delegates at large in samo pro
portion. Woodsel preciuot, total
vote 29; Workingmen 27; Non-Par
tlzau 2; delegates at large same.
Summit Springs precinct, total
vote 21; Workingmen 13; Non-
Partizan 7; delegates at large same.
Stockton—The Non - Partizau
ticket has carried this couuty by a
majority of 500.
Oakland—Full returns of Alameda
county give tho following vote:
Non-Partizan ticket, with Camp
bell, lonian, Van Voorhies, Web
ster and McCallum, 3,700; Work
ingmen's ticket, 2,740.
Santa Rosa—The Citizens' Nou-
Partizau ticket will have a major
ity in the county over both fac
tions of tbe Workingmen's ticket
of more than 1,000. The whole
Non 'Partisan State, district and
couuty tickets aro elected here by
Monterey — Republican county
delegates: S. M. Swinnerton, 22;
balance uf the ticket 63; ludepond
ent, Julius Lee, joint delegate, 142;
Non-Partizan, joint delegate,
J. W. Leigh 4; oounty delegate
W. O. Hudson 3; balance of
the ticket 22; Workiugineii's joint
delegate, White, 42; county dele
gate Wyatt4o; Ulcknell 118; Breen
129; balance of ticket 51. Total
Colusa—Colusa precinct, on ac
couut of considerable scratching,
tbe count was fluislied lale this
morning- The Non-Pari izaus av
erage 112; delegate trom Colusa
county, Glasscock, 142. The Dem
ocrats average 33, Workingmen 58.
Returns from outside are coming
in very slowly. At several pre
cincts no polls were opened. Tbe
Non-partizaus are ahead by a fair
Cufiey's Cove preciuct — total
vote 27. County delegate, Work
irgiuen, 22; Nou-partizan 4; Peo
ples' 1. Joint delegate 27th Sena
torial district, Non-Partizan 24;
Peoples' 2. Delegates at large,
Workingmen 22; Peoples' 5.
all elected by 000 majority. Non-
Part zau at large the same.
Oakland—lv Alameda county,
outside of Oakland, 21 preclDCts
give tlie Non-Partlzaus 1381; Work
lngmeu 1152, Oakland vote in
complete, tt 19 estimated at 400
majority for full Non-Partiziu
ticket, which will make the ma
jority in- tho couuty about 700.
The Workingmen concede their
Holliater—Reports from outside
preuiucts not given in full, but It is
known that for delegates at large
this couuty gives tbe Working
men's ticket a majority of about
50, except Breen, Workingman,
who ruus away ahead of his ticket.
For joiat delegate White, Work
ingman, gets about 100 majority in
San Beuilo county; for county del
egate, Nasoti, SVorkingmau and
Peoples', is elected by about 33
at large get large majorities, rang
iug from GO to 80. Local county
delegates get majorities ranging
from 50 to 78.
Healdsburg—Johnson 222; Stu
art 181; Moreland 241; Charles2oo;
Norton 101; Bliss 24; Lippitt 22;
Tboma9 11; Henry 63; Brown 31;
Chapmau 59. The State ticket
will average with the county
Hydcsville — Fusiou ticket 40;
Workingmen's 9; Senatorial dis
trict —Ricks, Fusion, 35; Bartou,
Workingmen's, 14; Dehaven, Fu
sion, 40; Swetscy, Workingmen's,
Petaluma—Full vote of Petalu
ma city and township. For county
delegates tho Worklngmeu average
273; People's 57. The Senatorial
district of Napa, Lake and Sououia
265. No opposition. Non-Partizan
Stato ticket largely ahead, Estee
leading with 393.
San Luis Obispo—Steele, the
Nou-Partizan county candidate,
has n majority of 47, with three
small precincts yet to hear from
that will, without doubt, increase
that figure. Tbe Workingmen
claim a small majority on the del
egates at large, but tho returns are
Jacksou—All heard from but two
small precincts, which will not
materially change the majorities.
The total vote for Amador county
is 1125. For People's ticket 789;
Workingmeu's 330. There is but
little difference in the vote for the
State aud county ticket.
San Diego—All the principal pre
ointjts are in. For delegates at
large tlie Republican candidates of
tbe First District are probably a
little ahead. Tho Non - Partizan
Second and Third districts have
the solid vote of the couuty, aud
the Non-Partizan Fourth district
candidates about 150 majority.
Joint delegate Rolfe, Republican,
has 100 majority. Sau Diego coun
ty delegate Blackmer, Republican,
125 majority. It is impossible to
obtain the vote.
Ukiah —Returns are coming in
slowly, but so far as heard from the
Non-Partizan ticket is generally
Salinns—Returns havo been re
ceived from all except nine small
precinct?, which last year polled
an aggregate vote of 392. For del
gate from the Sixth Senatorial
District. Julius Lee, Independent,
has received 506; W. F. White,
Workingman, 455; J. W. Leigh,
Nou-rurtizan, 184. For county
delegates, Wyatt, Workingman,
has 455; Gordon, Democrat, 380;
Swiunertou, Republican, 218; Hud
son, Non-Partizan, 165. Sufficient
returns have not been received in
regard to delegates at large in Mon
terey county to know how the
vote stands, but the Workiugmen
are probably ahead,
ftiiltlon KM •intentuoneral Row:*
Yuma, Juno 20th.—Forty-live
thousand pounds of Castle Dome
ore was shipped to-night; $9,800
McCracken silver bullion and
$3,600 Signal bullion went forward
by Wells, Fargo <fc Co.'s last night.
General Rosecrans arrived from
Guaymas, Mexico, to-day and left
for San Francisco by this evening's
About 150 bales wool were re
ceived from Tucson, yesterday and
to day to be shipped to San Fran
cisco. Pleasant weather.
Latest Eastern News.
Adjournment of t»i>ifr««v
Washington, June 20th.—The
House re-asserabled at G. 30 a. m.,
with a few members present.
Clynier offered the customary
resolution for the appointment of a
committee of three to wait on the
President and inform him that the
two houses were ready to adjourn
if ho had no further communica
tion to make to them.
Rainey, on the Committee ou
Enrollment of Bills, appeared iv
the House with the enrolled sun
dry civil service hill, which the
Speaker signed amid applause.
At 6.52 a message from the Pres
ident announced bis approve! of
the sundry civil bill.
Clymer announced tbat, together
witb Willis, of Kentucky", aud
Conger, of Michigan, lie had waited
on the President and the President
had stated that he hail lio further
communication to make to Con-'
The hour of 7 o'clock haviug ar
rived, the Speaker said:
Gentlemen of the House of Rep
resentatives: The arduous labors of
the session are closed. Let us hope,
under God's Providence, that they
will inure to tho solid welfare and
happiness of the people. Express
ing the fervent hope that every
one of you may have a safe jour
ney to your respective homes, it
ouly romains for tlie Speaker, in
pursuauco of the resolution of the
two houses for an adjournment, to
declare that this House stands ad
journed without day. [Applause.]
Owing to the early hour, the ad
journment took place very quietly,
uot a dozen persons beiug in the
galleries and uot moro than fifty
members being present.
Senate—At 6:30 the doors were
re-opened and Bruce, by request,
Introduced a bill establishing a
National Academy uf Education,
giving a preference to the genius
and talent of tbo land and to tbe
orphans of the Republic. Referred
to the Committee on Education
At 6:53 the Clcik of tbe House
appeared with tbe sundry civil bill,
which was immediately signed by
the President pro tern aud then
sent to tbe President in bis room
at tbe Capitol, he having remained
there during the night. Tbe Sen
ate then, on motion of Sargent,
held a brief Executive session. At
7 A. M. Eerry, tbe President pro
tern., said tbat the hour of 7 o'clook
having arrived, it gives me pleas
ure to congratulate the Senate on
the termination of a tension of
nearly seven months duration.
Permit me, Senators, to cordially
thank you for your favor, your
confidence and your courtesy,
without wbich I should have failed
to meet the delicate ami responsi
ble duties of the chair.
Vermont Democratic Ntmilunlloiiw.
Montpelikr, Vt, June 20th.—
The Democratic State Convention
organized to-day with Uenrge L.
Waterman as Chairman, and re
nominated W. H. 11. Ulngbam for
Governor, Jerome W. Pierce for
Lieutenant Governor and George
E. Royce, of Rutland, for Treasu
A Dlerleul Swluilfer.
Kingston, Jamaica, Juno 20,—
Arcbdeaoou Raw has swindled
the clergy and merchants to tbe
extent of $60,000 selling bills of
exchange against funds in Eng
land, where he had none. Ho has
gone to Madeira, where it is sup
doseh he is beyond tbe reach of
British law. He still draws $4,000
per annum as Archdeacon, al
though he has beeu abseut from
the Island two years.
European Cable News.
Cottou Operatives llc*.lli,i« Work.
London, Juno 20th. The opera
lives in the cotton mills at Dar
win, Burnley, Accrington and
Preston have generally resumed
work. Only the spinners at Black
burn continue out*.
Dellberatluua of tlie 4'iiugreas.
Berlin, June 20th.—Tlie consid
eration of the Bulgarian question
in the Congress was again post
poned yesterday, because the Plen
ipotentiary to open the discussion
was not ready with his proposals.
The powers continue to act in
groups, but uot necessarily in a
hostile sense, Austria and Eng
land from one poiut of view aud
Turkey from another oppose Rus
sia's claims. Germany, France
and Italy adopt n mediatary atti
tude. There cau be little doubt of
a thorough understanding between
England and Austria and tlie like
lihood of its continuing through
the cutii'd deliberations.
Greece Admitted t.» tlte 4'onar'NS —
Emperor Wllllmtl A tile to Unite
Rerun, June 20'h.—The Con
gress has decided to admit Greece
with a consultation voice in ques
tions affecting Greek interests.
Tho Emperor walks about his
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respondingly impaired by this most
Erevaleut of ma'alles, and headaches,
illousness, constipation, poverty of tbo
blood, loss of flesh and of vitality, and a
thousand annoying nnd Indescribable
sensations, are its concomitants. It is,
moreovor, tho projenltor of numerous
and formidable bodily disorders. Obsti
nate as It Is, however, Its complete eradi
cation may be effected by tho persistent
use of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, a
medlcino which communicates both
Vigor and regularity to the organs oi di
gestion and secretion, relaxes tho bowels
gently but thoroughly, enriches and pu
rines tbe blood, promotes appetite, and
gives tranquility to the nervous system.
Personsof weakly constitution end fee
ble physique who use tbla superb tonle
infallibly derive from tt the stamina of
which they stand so much in need, and
It Is Invariably successiul In remedying
and preventing malarial diseases.
Ladies' linen, wash poplin and
percale suits at half price at Isaao
Norton & Co.'s, corner of Main ami
Requena streets, opposite the U. S.
A SITUATION, by a man wife, the
husband as a cook and baker, the wife
competent to do housework. Inquire at
the Railroad House. New Depot. Jji-i w
At Agricultural Park,
Thursday, July 4th, 1878.
KIIWT RACE-Sweepstake; free Tor all
two-year-olds; mile heats, 2 in 3; en
trance, 810; $23 added; all to the winner.
SECOND RACK-Trotting race-I'rce
Tor ail horsos that, have never beaten
2:40; two inlles and repeat, to harness;
entrance, 120; tltO added; see md horse to
FnlrlA* to close *h!i J. 11. Wood on
SATURDAY,.I tine 291h.
J. IL WOOD,
NEW TO-DAY. .
CA LI FO RN t A ST A X () 1L \V (Ml KS
Location uf Principal Place of Business,
San Kruncheo—l.ocatioi » i Works, An
drews' M;iii.>n, Loa Auiti Ifs, County,
und Snn Hueiiaveutur i, Win urn Co,
There art* delinquent upon the f >1 lowing
described slock, on account of assess
mailt NO. 8, levied on the ltfih day of
May, 1878, the several amounts
set opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, H follows:
No. of No. of
Names. Ceitittcate. Shares. Anil.
F. B. taylor, Trustee 1 MM $1987 50
V, IS. Taylor, Trustee ;i ICOO 2500 00
J. A. Scott, Trustee... 7 50J 1250 09
J. A Scott, Trustee... s 500 12V0 CO
J. M. McDonald li 10.0 2600 00
H. t- . Koblnsun,Trus
tee 13 20DO 7475 03
M. lh McDonald II M 25 00
A. J. Bryant,Trustee.. 15 IMS 4987 5)
A.J. Bryant 10 6 12 50
D. U. Scofleld 17 5 II 50
And In accordance with law and an or
der of the Board of Direc
tors mado on the Joth day of May,
1878, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary will be
sold nt public auc'lon at 315 California
FRIDAY, the 5.h DAY OF JULY, 1873,
At the hour of 12 o'clock sr. of said day,
to pay said delinquent assessment then.
ou, together with costs of advertising
aud expenses of sale.
J. S. TAYLOR, Hi eretary.
Office—3ls California St., Ban Francisco,
" MORTGAGE SALE.
Franclsca A. MacDougall, plaintiff, vs.
Wiu. J. Moore. defendant —Seventeenth
UNDER AND BY VIUTeE OF A
a deoree ol' foreclosure and order ol
suit entered in the District Court
of the Seventeenth Judicial District
of the State of Caliloriiia. In aud for Los
Angeles county, on the 10th day of May,
A.D. 1878, and a writ on foreclosure of
mortgage, entered In tho aforesaid itis
trlct Court, annexed to said decree aud
dated the l i: li day of May, A. D. 1878, in
tlie above entitled case, aud lv favor of
Franctsca A. MacDougall, plaintiff,
and against Wm. J. Moore, defend
ant, a certified copy of which said de
creo of foreclosure, duly attested un
der the seal of said court on tho 13th day
of May, A. D. 1878. and delivered
tome, together with the wilt annexed
thereto, on the same day, whereby I
am commanded to sell at publio auc
tion, to the highest and best bidder, lor
oash ln U. S. gold ooln. the following uud
in said decree described real estate, to
All those certain lots, pieces and par
cels or land situate, lying and being In
the city and county of Los Angeles, State
or California, und particularly described
First—That piece of land commencing
at the northwest corner of First and Wil
mington streets, being the whole of lot
five (.-">> and nil th it portion of lot six (fl)
lying west of Wilmington street, us
shown on the sub-division map of tlie
Murat Garden tract, and boing the same
whereon Is erected tho lodging house or
tbe said Wm. J. Moore.
Second —Those certain lots known at
lots eight (81 and nine (9), fronting oue
hundred uoo) feet on tho northerly slue
of First street, as shown ou the said map
of the Murat Garden tract, recorded iv
Book one (1) of Miscellaneous Records,
page 816, in the oflloe of tho County Re
corder of Los Angeles couuty.
Third—Those certain lots ot land helng
and Known as lots two (2j, three (3), five
(5), six (6) and seven (7) of tbe Ballesteros
tract, as known and designated on a map
thereof made by F. Lecouvreur, County
Surveyor, March Ist, 1810, and recorded
ln Rook one (l)orMlscellancous Records,
page 585, County Recorder's omco of said
Los Angeles county; together with the
tenements, hereditaments and appurte
nances thereunto belonging.
Public notice Is hereby given that on
THURSDAY, THE 6lh DAY OK
JUNE, A. D. 1878,
At 12 o'clock M., I will proceed to Bell at tlie
Court Houso door, in the City and County
of Los Angeles, Htate of California, at
public aaction, to the highest and best bid
der, for cash in United States gold coin, to
satisfy said decreo for principal, interest,
attorney's foes, costs, and all accruing
costs, all tho above described real estate.
Given under my hand at Los Angeles,
this 15th day of May, A. D. 1878.
M. It. MITCHELL.
The above sale Is hereby postponed un
til Thursday, the 13th day of June, A. v.,
1878, at same time and place.
11. M. MITCHELL, Sheriff.
Dated, Los Angeles, June ti, 1878. td
The above stile is horeby postponed un
til Thursday, tbe2oth day of June, A. D.
IS7B, at tho samo time and place.
II M. MITCHELL. Sheriff.
Dated, Los Angeles, June 13,1873.
Tho above salo is hereby postponed un
til Thursday, tbe 271h day or June, A.D.
1378, at the same lime and place.
H. M. MITCHELL, Sheriff.
Dated, Los Angeles, June 20th 1873. tJ
LOS ANGELES, Oil.
PROPRIETORS EBERLE llltOS.
Sunday Next, June 23d,
GRAND INTRODUCTORY PICNIC,
BALL AND REFINED MUSICAL
GIVEN BY THE PROTEANS !
FRED. J. MACKLEY, MISS MYRA
HOLLOW AY. CHAS. McCARI H V AND
W. HRB.WSTFU, under the patronago of
the Los Augeies Workingmen's Society.
Kersplendid Band in attendance. Brass
and String Concert afternoon and even
ing nt 8 o'clock, street ears run till 12
«*-ADMISSION, 60 els. Jeliltd
Examination of Teachers.
The regular examination of teachers
will begin lv ih '
HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING,
In this city, oi WEDNESDAY, the 2Qlli
Inst., sndclose on Frldnyjol lowing. Ap
plicants for teachers' certlQcates are re
quested t > be o.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
AG3EEGATE CAPITAL, 833.000,000.
IMPERIAL of LONDON,
NORTHERN of LONDON,
QUEt£N of LIVERPOOL,
HARTPOED of Hartford,
fIBE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
JOHN CARLIN, Agent,
JelD-lm S Commercial Street.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received by
tho Boutbern California Borticultursl
Society for tbe grading of ttielr Pavilion Lot
on Tomple street, ln aocordanoe with speoi.
fl-mttons on ttle with the secretary, No. 48
spring street, up-stalrs. until 12 o clock m,
of Saturday, June 22,18,8. The Society re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
L. M. HOLT, Secretary.
Los Angeles, June 17, 1878. td
OO TO THE
Wo. 57 6PRING Si., Nonr First.
Whore Iho FINEST ASSORTMENT of
BREAD AND CAKES
Iv the city is lo bo found. WEDDING
CAKES A SPECIALTY.
NEW TO DAY.
JUST OPENING AT SLANEY'S
A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS & SHOES
ll.iv.n- just returned from Iho city. I vow ofiVr to my friends aud patrons aa floe
a selection of goods M can be fouud ln yin Krauolsco, comprising the following
** lieB ' Al I
Ladles' Fine French , \ K\\ J and
Kld _ side. INK ANT'S
BALMORALS w.. ...C All ptyies und
t «i a oi- ( J .•^■ka > W'W J *«^F J iAlso, a full line M
Toilet Slippers mSmZ>. a [tnll w a or m .nq2e£» nl '
oro uu%we».* nd | ; \A -» BOOTS,
dent.' Hand-Sewed , t\\ "/' M fcONORKS* AN I.
Low-buckle Shoes '^SRS*^/J^^'^^ DU RAB LE
Very Handsome. AND CHEAP.
In soliciting patronage and knowing (he rants ef my cuNtoiuerH, I am deter
mined to keep nothing but the BEST QUALITY OK UOOH.-i, and WILL SELL
THEM CHE A PER than the same can be bought elsewhere.
■arC.YLL AND BE CONVINCED.
100 MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FAHGO &l CO.'sS.
OF THE IMPORTED STOCK OF
DRY GOODS! GLOTHIN6
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST.
S«#-THESE GOODS WILL BE OFFERED FROM THE PRES
ENT DATK UNTIL THE FOURTH OF JULY AT A GREAT
SACRIFICE, AS THEY MUST BE SOLD.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
Cor. Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
Lo. Angel... June l.v £, LAVENTHAL.
GRAND OPENING DISPLAY
Ho. 19 Spring Street,
SATURDAY, June Ist,
AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
WK WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC OUR LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
AT HABD TIIMLES PRICES!
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES
At the following Unprecedented Reductions, to wit:
GRENADINES, 10c. por yard; LAWNS, loe. per vartl;
VICTORIA LAWNS, plain, striped and plaid, 200. per yard.
fit TT MLJ\tL BR SIIjHLS.
All Shades and Colors at 50 cts. per yard.
LINEN SUITS, $5; PERCALE, $2; WRAPPERS, 50c.
TT 3NT ID E3 R.WE A R,
Embroideries, Laces and Hosiery
At prices alone to be found at the
Where is offered nt "BED ROCK" PRICES a full and complete line In
the VERY LATEST STYLES of Foreign and Domestic
ID a- O O ID S !
ALSO, A COMPLETE SI'OCK OF
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Cent's Furnishing Goods,
norcnll and make early selections, We will glvo you MORE OOODS for LEM3
MONEY thau you can buy elsewhere. Come and convince yoursolves at tho
Capital Store, No. 9 Spring St., Los Angeles.
I. COHN & CO.. Proprietors.
Private Boarding House,
No. 21, cor. Third aad Hill sts.
IWBOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. oUtf
C. 1). HOYT,
AT FERGUSON A ROSE'S STABLE,
Main street, Los Angeles. Je2-2m
NO. 41 SPRING ST.
A full assortment or tirst-dnss Family
Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter,
Eggs, Bacon, Hama, Lard, etc., kept ou
hand AT REASONABLE PRICES. fe2otl