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THURSDAY JWUfI, 1878.
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•uwo, la facilities for doing Job work,
bow prices, good work and expedition
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Since his return to his home in
Nevada, Senator Jones has been
the object of tha most enthusiastic
welcome from Democrats as well
as Republicans. Indeed, there is
no more liberal politician in the
United States, and tbe people of
this coast oau hardly bring them
selves t3 look upon tbe distin
guished Senator from a partisan
standpoint. He is one of those rare
public moo who rise so high above
party as to live far beyond the
reach of its rancors and its preju
dices. Nor is he a man that can
be claimed by any single commu
nity. He is as muoh a Californian
as he is a Nevadan, and we insen
sibly feel that he is just as much
the representative of our State as
of tbe one from which he is accred
ited. Indued Senator Jones might
with perfect propriety be styled
the represensative of tbe whole
Pacific Coast, for he so completely
belongs to it In its entirety that
there are really no State or Terri
torial lines for him. He has oblit
erated them by his catholic en
deavors to foster and advance the
interests of tbe whole people west
of the Rocky mountains. It would
not be a loss to Nevada alone
should that State fail to return
Senator Jones to Washington, it
would be s loss to our entire sec
tion, for he is worth a whole ship
load ef such Senators as Hippie-
Mitchell aud others we could name
who have burned their dim lights
in the United States Senate. From
the manner iv which tlie people of
Nevada are rallying around Sen
ator Jones, without distinction of
party, we would not bo surprised if
lie were to have tlie Meld to him
self iv the uext Senatorial canvass.
From present appearances it would
be a waste of effort for any of tlie
leaser lights in either parly to hold
up their tillow dips iv tlie pres
ence of his dazzling ertl leucc.
Tbe other day thu Senator
Was called upon to address v vast
assemblage iv Virgiuia City. He
did 80, and the feeling manifested
by the crowd during its delivery
was one ol wonderful warm ill and
enthusiasm. But the speech lie
delivered wis uo ordinary speech
of sot aud familiar phrases and
Ideas. It was one of the most mas
terly, and at tho same time manly
addresses ever made by an offi
tlal to the constituents who hud
entrusted him with hliih office.
His closing sentences should live
In the standard literature of I lie
country for their patriotism und
true definition of the relations be
tween the people aud v public ser
vant. We cannot forbear quoting
them. He said:
"lam about to auireuder lo a
generous constituency the high
Senatorial trust confided to my
charge six years ago. Mistakes I
may bave made; errors I may have
oominilled; but examine the" com
mission I am about to surrender as
close «s you may, and you shall
find thai it litis never henn used to
subserve selfish or personal ends,
and that i he honor of I he Common
wealth placed in my keeping has
keen maintain, d uusullied. It is
tor the people oi Nevada to deter
mine who shall be my successor.
It would be disingenuous iv me not
lo declare al this time, aud in the
presence of my frioutls and ucigh
bors of Storey county, that an en
dorsement by the people of the
State would be most gratifying to
my feelings; but if, iv their wis
dom, the people shall decide that
the general iuterests will be best
subserved by choosing from the
Hit of her many distinguished bous
ene to succeed me, I shall rest en
tirely content, aud never cease to
nrrtd in grateful remembrance the
honor already bestowed upon me.
A man who has held a public office
holds an entirely different relation
to the public than he who seeks it
for tbe first time. lam proud to
know tbat tbe State has many cit
izens fitted by ability,integrity and
Enowledge of public a Hairs to serve
her acceptably In the Senate of Ihe
United stales, a seat in that body
is for such citizens a legitimate ob
ject of ambition, and may be hon
orably solicited by themselves and
their friends for tbem. It is legit
imate for tliem to make promisee
for the future aud by all bouorable
means to present their qualifica
tion and fitness for so high a trust.
Tbe State owes no man an office,
and no man is necessary to the
State. The field of selection is
wide, and the claims of all candi
dates should be fully, freely aud
fairly canvassed. But the incum
bent of an office cannot with any
abow of grace solicit a reappoint
ment or re-election. Promises are
n* longer iv order for him. They
must have emptied themselves into
performances. He muat stand or
fall by his record. This is tbe po
eitlon I find myself in to-night,
and I shall await with calmness
the verdict of the people."
Judges Terms of Office.
We are decidedly in favor of Ibe
•lection or appointment of Judge*
to bold offtee during good behavior.
Tbe advantages resulting from this
are Infinite, as has beeu abund
autly proven in Europe and some
of our own States. Judges then
will have more independence and
firmness, will excel in worth and
cfflaiency and will be free from a
thousand vexations which sur
round them and impede the due
course of justice when tbey hold
office by a blunt and frail tenure.
Of course we favor the increase of
causes for removal of judges If they
fall to come up to the high stan
dard required. In this way we are
certain to have on the bench enly
gentlemen of purity, sobriety,
learning, ability and uprightness.
We have no doubt that this will be
one of the subjects to be seriously
discussed by our Convention, com
posed as that body will bo of men
of ability anJ worth.
Obligation to Vote.
There ought to be a law to com
pel men to vote. Upon this sub
ject a high authority on political
There are multitudes in couutiies
where suffrage is unrestricted,
whose property is Injur**! oy mis
government and who are continu
ally complaining of the State of
tilings around them, who make no
efforts by use of tlieir right of suf
frage to improve It. Either iv de
spair or selfish disregard ef the
public welfare they stand aloof
from politics, oven when a politi
cal duty might not cost them hulf
uu houi's time once or twice a year.
On the theory that voting is a
privilege, it involves for tlie most
part a duty; to enforce it by pen
alty would not comport with the
nature of a privilege; it would be
more reasonable to make Ihe con
tinued neglect of exercising it a
reasou for its forfeiture.
We recommend the above ob
servations to those who will soon
assemble to give ns a new consti
tution, as a proper subject to be
treated iv the formation of tho or
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[WeeMai lo the Herald by the Western
Union Telegraph Company.)
Pacific Coast News.
Attempts t.i Burn ttrnlu Flelila—
Lu* *V Millar'* ,Huuo|iuljr.
San Francisco, July 31st.—Yes
terday a number of attempts were
mad* to bum grain fields In Santa
Clara county. Incendiary tires
were kindled by slow matches in
various places. The intent seemed
to be more particularly to buru
labor saving machinery in the
fields. The tires were extinguished
before doing much damage.
The farmers in tlie Sau Joaquin
valley are greatly exercised over
the fact that Mnler.t IMS have
turned the water of the river into
their King's river canal, lowering
the water iv the iiun Joaquin so
much ilf it steamers can no longer
reach Hill's ferry und will soou be
unable to go above San Jouquiu
city. A great quantity of itiain
will have to wait for the next
raius for transportation. Parties
have interviewed tlie United
Stales Diet riot Attorney here with
a view to obtaining relief, but as
the Hail Joaquin liver is under
State cnutro', lie cumot help
Kl'tuiaM ef ■jtsttrsMul onieera.
San Francisco, July ?ist.—The
Central Pacific Railroad Directors
to-day elecled the following offi
cers: President, h. Stanford; First
Vice-President, C. P. Huntington;
Second Vice-President, Charles
Crocker; Financial Director, D. D.
Colton; Treasurer, K. W. Hopkins;
Secretary, E. H. Miller, Jr.
The Southern Pacific Railroad
Company to-day elected the fol
lowing Directors: Chas. Crocker,
D. D. Colton, H. If. Newhall,
Chas. Wayne, N. T. Smith, J. J..
Willicutt, Willard V. Huntington.
The California Pacilie elected of
ficers and Directors as follows: It.
P. Hammond, President; George
E. Gray, Vice-President; J. E.
Willicutt, Treasurer; C. F.Crocker,
N. T. Smith, C. J. Robinson, J. O.
B. Uunu, Directors; J. Gutin, Sec
San Francisco, July 31st.—Si
erra Nevada levied an assessment
uf one dollar per share to day.
San Francisco, July 31st.—
Legal tenders, 09,' bid, 99} asked;
Mexican dollars, 93 bid, 93$ asked;
trade dollars, 97 bid, 97$ asked,
half dollars 97.80 bid, 9S asked.
Hum Tliruu.-ii t I, In n lon v.
San Francisco, July 31st. —A
joint csmmlttee of tlie li.iard of
Supervisors, iv company with the
Health Officer and tlie Chief of tbe
Fire Department, made a ruid
through Chinatown to-day. They
saw enough to alarm and disgust
them. Fires were found amid the
most dangerous surroundings, and
crowding to excess developed itselt
everywhere. Tte official noses
were offended by odors ad uauseum
and in a filtby dell on Cull Run
Alley, used as a hospital, four
wretched lepers were found indus
triously rolling cigars. Filth
abounded everywhere. Some of
the Chinese alleys were fouud to be
practically vast cess pools.
Ifuiletl mala* Colin C'eaea..
San Francisco, July 31st —In
the United States Court to-day, tlie
other eases pending against W. B.
Carr were dismissed for want of
evidence. The case of Rogers, af
ter some discussion, was set fur
August loth, and Haggin'scase as
soon after as rnnvenlout. The cases
of Spalding, Pluney and others
will not be tried until October.
The semi-annual statement of
the Nevada Bauk of June 26th
shows the assets to be $26,443,090,
of which $10,833,200 is lv coin nnd
Sim rritucmcu Mnrkvm.
Sam Fkancisgu, July 31.—Flour
uucbanged. Wheat—demand fair,
prices unchanged; good to choice
shipping $1 67}@1 70; fair $1 65;
milling $1 60J(ajl 72i; low grades,
shrunken, etc., nominal $1 50(5)1 60.
Barley quiet and steady; feed 95c($
$1; coast 57|f.,.92Jc; old brewing
$1 40® 1 45. Oats firm; good to
$1 50(3jl 60. Corn inactive; eastern
yellow $180; Callforniasl 00. Rye
held at $1 20. Hay unchanged.
Potato**, market lower and quoted
fair to choice $l(<yl 15. Wool un
Mvxieau nurder Mews,
San Antonio, July 3Nt.—Gen.
Pedro Valdez, tlie Mexican com
mander who met Mackenzie when
the latter was in Mexico after
raiders, Is stationed with about
1500 men lv tho mountains above
Eagle Pass, on tbe Mexican side,
watching for Mackenzie. Last
Thursday upwards of CO head of
Texas cattle wire driven across (be
Rio Oiande to feed Valdtz's sol
An oflieial dispatch from Colonel
Sweitzer, ut ltiuggold Barracks,
near Brownsville, fully confirms
the capture of (Jen. Escobeda, con
cerning which there was some
doubt. He was cupturcd July 20th,
near Custro Cienegas, in the State
of Coahuiltt. He was siok at tbe
time and concealed at au hacienda,
the owner of which was threatened
witli death unless he revealed Es
cobedo's hiding place. Eseobedo,
to save the man, surrendered him
ii^i-t,«ihiivi,m *>f HeeMif Telw
le*Uffl I il'Oir- ,1,
Silvkii City. July 31.—Small
bauds of hostiles have been prowl
ing around Jordan vulley and
vicinity for the past few days. In
addition to nearly fifty head of
horses stolen from C McCain, they
took from the Postmaster at Jor
dan valley a portion of his stock.
Col. Shea, with fourteen volun
teers, is now out in pursuit of tbe
► avages. It is rumored that Jeff.
Carter and "Seven-up" Smith, two
voluutees who started out on their
owu hook to hunt Indians, have
been captured by them.
Latest Eastern News.
Til* ""Milt rir»tiu<i Revenue ('Ants
— I.wbur 1 ruublea Over.
Washington, July 31.—There is
a disinclination ou the part of the
Treasury offleials to give out any
inteillgenco regardiug the South
Carolina revenue cases, hut it is
evident that decisive action is
looked for this week. Special
counsel Earle has tried to discour
age any publications about tho
matter in order to mislead the ac
tion of tlie South Carolina authori
ties until he is ready to move and
secure the release of the Imprisoned
The labor troubles are entirely
over aud the laborers are now anx
ious to go to work at Si 25 per day.
Washington, July 31st.—Sub
scriptions to tbe four per cent. loan
CalteelM* of (utertini Ucvcmu*.
Washington, July 31.—John L.
Pennington, ex-Governor of Di
kota, has been appointed Collector
of Internal KeveOUS for that Ter
Negro Klul nt U>»us,
New York, July 31st.—Reliable
reports from Havana state that a
negro riot broke out there on the
22d Inst, Tbe principal cause of
dlssatisfuctiou among the blacks
seems to have been their continu
ance In slavery after the liberatiou
of those who lately surrendered at
the collapse of tbe rebellion. Dur
ing thu disturbance tlie police had
to charge, sword iv baud, killing
and wounding a great many. Tho
rioters then dispersed and tied to
Yellow Jack •lorlnlllj.
New Orleans, July 31st.—The
Board of Health reports thirty-one
new cases and live deaths for the
twenty-four hours at noou.
r..i» t. Nt» •an lo Aci<t.
New Orleans, July 31.—A fam
ily of four persons were poisoned
by using oxalic acid for sugar in
cooking. One died, the rest will
l ln- Wia.Hl (.'*.. », r Ur.»k*».
Chicago, July 3lst_—The corner
in wheat culminated to-day. The
highest price for cash was $110. At
Ihe cloie $110' was paid for July.
There was less excitement than
was anticipated, tlie price only
having gone up about two cents
during tlie entire day, the coruer
showing much less strength here
than iv Milwaukee.
Buslo.i W ,»•»! Marki-l.
Boston, July 31 -t —There lias
beeu no material change iv tlie
market stuoe last week. There is
au active demand for combing aud
delaine descriptions, but for cloth
ing wool the demand is but moder
ale and manufacturers are more or
less Indifferent about stocking. Tlie
new clip contiuues to arrive ijuite
freely. No prospect at present of
any change la prices. California
unchanged, but in demand at
20@30, including choice northern
at -Sic 3d; superior and X pulled in
moderate demand at 30@40.
Yellow Fever at Clueianui i.
Cinctnnani, July 31st. — Wm.
Hills, uf Now Orleans, arrived ou
■Saturday, with his family, ou his
way East. Not feeling well he
stopped nt a hotel and to-day was
removed to the hospital, his disease
being yellow fever. The Health
Officers will establish quarantine
regulations fur boats coming from
lm >f illxic Atfnlr.at V.ikih Fever.
Memphis, July 31st.—A largely
attended meeting of merchants
was held at the Cotton Exchange
to-dny, at which means were de
vised to assist tlio Board of Health
in its effort* to prevent the intro
duction of yellow fever. Not a
single case has yet reached tlie
city. Tiie river und railroads are
quarantined against New Orleans
and Vicksburg. The work of
cleansing tlie city lias been com
menced, and there seems no possi
bility of fever reaching Memphis
Krasuu ol Inereuaeu freight Kitlea.
Omaha, July 31st.—The reason
assigned by the Uuion Pacific for
doubling fir-i class merchandise
rates is, that tiiey wanted to com
pel Han Francisco merchant* to
ship exclusively by rail and aban
don shipping by water. However,
tho double rate cau be avoided by
■Making contracts hither to San
Eraucisco. Merchants have ship
ped nearly all bulky merchandise
by water from New York, while
light goods, which they wanted in
a hurry, have been forwarded by
Cl.i * rt'Bl I,| N I N•» 111 I 111 ou.
Banoou, M, E., July 3lst.—The
Republicans of the Fourth District
bave renominated Lewellyn Pow
ers for Congress.
Private ll.nb It..nam.
UI.OOMINOTON, Ills., July 31»t.—
At 0 o'clock this morning It was
discovered that a remarkable rob
bery was com mi ttod last night in
tlie private bauk of 1.. L. Holmes,
who has been carrying ou a loan
agency and private bank for money
lenders in Willamautio, ('mm.
Bond* valued at $16,000 were car
ried off and $4,000 iv currency is
missing. The safe was opened by
the combination, which was stip
posed to be known only hy Holmes
and a clerk who Is absent.. No clue
to the robbery.
Ulveial mm Itacea.
Riverside, N. 8., July 31st —A
race came oil' here this nfternoou.
At the one mile post Hanlon led by
two lengths. Ross fell overboard
at (he mile aud a quarter. Hanlon
Hslin, CiMgrvasltiiiHl JNuuil.intlout.
Lewiston, Me , July 31st.-,-The
Secoud District Republicans have
nominated W. P. Fiye for Con
Portland, Me., July Slat.—The
First District Greenbackers have
nominated O. H. Gove for Con
fttkulllug Stall-ll lis ri'OHlleet.
Ottawa, July 31st.—An effort is
being made tv induce Hanlon and
Courtney to row on tbe Ottawa
river. Probably $5,000 will be of
European Cable News.
Oianpniiuu ul rJusolt*.
London, July 31.—A Vienna dis
patch says the whole nineteenth
army corps la now on ilie Bosnian
bank of tiie river Suva and will ad
vance straight to Seragevo. There
it will meet, about the loth of Au
gust, a division from Dalninliti and
then the occupation will be com
I'lliuvtiU'H Kullnn K.Jecteil.
London, July 81.—In die House
of Commons to-diiy, Plimsoll, Lib
eral, moved the rejection, on the
third reading, of tbe bill to grant
an annuity to the Duko of Con
naught. After two hours' debate,
the motion was rejected by 157 to
Ilia tienui.i Eieeimu*.
Berlin, July 31st.— lv tho elec
tion for members of tho Garman
Parliament yesterday,the National
Liberals were successful at Horn
burg, Leipsio and Augsburg. A
secoud ballot will be necessary at
Hanover, between the Particular
ists antl Socialist candidates nnd
at Munich between tlie National
Libera l and Clerical candidates.
Ketlliu of S&efnaeiis—l'»tt'»il Mill
Paris, July 31st.—The govern
ment is about to allow the returu
ot a number of political refugees.
A large cotton mill at Tnurcouig
was burued to-day. Loss $200,000.
The Berlin Treaty It ,lifted.
Berlin, July 3Ut.— The Crown
Prince, Fredetick William, has
ratified the treaty of Berlin. Rati
fications will be exchanged hereon
Tlie NnuclH Received by Bl»uiareii.
Kissinoen, July 31st.—The Pon
tifical Nuncio arrived from Munich
yesterday aud has been received
several limes by Bismaick.
Judge Black's Opinion.
Ll*'.miii an Interview.]
"I take no stock in (lie prospect
of turning out Huyes by quo war
ranto. No doubt Hayes got tlie
Presidency by means of a fraud.
But begot it and has it. It was
conceded to him by tlio House of
Representatives, which ought to
bave withheld it from him. Pos
sesion under such circumstances is
title to every legal intent and pur
pose. Mr. Hayes is President for
four years unless his term shall be
abridged by impeachim-nt, resiguu
ti in or death.
"Can lit* be impeached fnrjtho
fraud practiced lo elect him? Cer
tainly not. Hut if there was a
fraud to which he consented, or for
which lie bargained beforehand,
and after he got into power he re
warded the guilt of tlie rascals by
giving them offices, he is impeach,
able far lhat. So, also, i* any sub
ordinate officer who dots (lie same
thing. That a fraud stupendius,
shocking and outrageous was per
petrated iv Louisiana and Florida
is beyond denial. It has been al
ready proved in my times, in a
thousand ways and by clouds
of witnesses. Tlie pending In
vestigation can only brlug out
some particulars al.owing by
whom it was instigate I nod paid
for. I bop, and believe that Mr.
Hayes had nothing to do with it.
But certain 'visiting statesmen'
may have gone down tbora aud
committed the crime, using the
State olllcers as mere instruments
who did their corrupt work on a
contract. If one of these visiting
men became Seeretuiy of the
Treasury afterwards und carried
out the filthy bargain by reward
ing the criminals, then there is no
law or justice either that can save
him from impeachment. An ex
ample is needed. I think the
House ought to have proceeded
distinctly and expressly on this
ground and moved to the objective
point, giving Mr. Sherman either n
clean vindication or a just con
demnation after a fair hearing. As
it is, Ihe investigation seems lo lie
aimless. Tlie mill is going, to be
sure, but there ia nothing in (lie
hopper that cau be legally ground."
The Fewness of Women's Wants.
Mary Dean, in lApplnootVt Mag
azine, says ''women make a suc
cess of business ventures when
they uuiiertake any, bec.iuse they
are cautious, fond of accumulating
and have inexpensive habits.
Women are rich in the fewness of
their wants." Oh, to be sure—cer
tainly—of course. All she wants
when the spriug-timo comes, gen
tle Mary, is a two-dollar bonnet,
with eight dollars wortli of flowers
aud feutheis stuck on it, and a
twenty-two dollar princesso dress,
Willi ruffles three rows deep, and
garnished with ten dollars worth
of fly fringe, and au evening dress
with eleven feet of train and a
headed sacque, and a pongee trav
eling dress, aud lace handkerchiefs,
and seven-hut Inn kid gloves, aud
clocked slockingH, and ber arms
full of bangles, and a few other tri
fles of dress. That is all. "A man,"
Mary says, "must huva cigars,
newspapers, and a thousand
other tilings woaien do not want."
True again. A man—the "average"
man, that is—must have his cup at
the barber shop, plug tobacco, and
-a id a pistol pocket, and—and—
and blame if we can think of the
other nine hundred and ninety
seven things a woman doesn't want
that a man does. Ah, yes; we re
call ona other thing. He must
bave a wife, and pretty often she Is
moro expensive than all the other
nine hundred and ninety-nine
combiued. Now, who ever herrd
of a woman wanting a cup at the
barber's, or a pistol pocket, or a
wife? Again: "A mau cannot take
out his old linen suits in Ihe
Spring and rip thorn, mike (Item
over, and do them up liini-eif "
Well, probably he can't; for the
chances are tbat his wifo traded
themoffiu the Fall for plaster-of-
Paris dogs, deformed angels, aud
such. "Women," she continues,
"read not the 'limca, but the Eter
nit;ei." Tlie "Eternities" Is a new
name for tho novels of Oulda, Mrs.
Southworth and Augusta J. Evans,
which some women are eternally
reading. But, after all, woman is
a great nnd glorious institution,
and if sho had never beeu born,
man would have to invent butlou
less shirts and trousers.
A Real Air Ship.
(New York Tribune.)
F. W. Schroerler. the inventor of
au air ship which has attracted
wide attention, arrived in thiscity
ou Saturday, intending, he says, to
build a large ship of the same pat
tern in whicli to journey to Eu
rope, iv September next. At Hart
ford, Connecticut, lie has exhibited
lately bis air ship. The machine
consists of a balloon shape,l like a
cigar, with a light car for passen
gers beneath. Tbe balloon is to be
!)l feet long and 20 feet iv diame
ter, to be constructed uf silk, lined
witli India rubber. Filled with
carbouic acid gas, the balloon can
he kept inflated for several days.
Iv tbe car is tn be au electric en
gine of one half horse power, with
the machinery for working a screw
propeller and rudder which are to
be attached to it. The balloou Is
driven by the propeller and by a
pair of wings at either side of the
car. The ship can be held almost
stationary In the air by the use of
its machinery. The inventor is
confident that in such a machine
he could go lo Europe antl return
in live days. The cost of tlie ship
Woman's Restlessness and Dis
It is higlily Improbable iiiat sucli
an individual as a perfectly satis
lied, contented woman exists. If
there be one whose position iv so
ciety and general surrouudiugs are
entirely iv accord witli her ambi
tion and desires, ths happy crea
ture has not yet been discovered,
and her pleasing aud beneficial ex
ample lias been lost upon her dis
contented sisters. Iv whatever
condition of circumstances she
may be placed, there is something
invariably beyond her reach that
is essential to her happiness. This
condition of affairs has existed
throughout all time. We are toltl
lhat the Harden of Eden possessed
every possible condition requisite
for the complete comfort aud hap
piness of its occupants There is no
doubt tbat their conditieu was in
finitely better than that of any
inhabitants of this uiuudatie
sphere to-day, and that they should
have been supremely happy and
contented. But whether it wua
from the lack of dressmakers or
other causes which history does
not record, our fair mother Eve
would not rest satisfied, but must
needs seek for something more.
Thus it has beeu ever since, and
the constant, restless striving after
objects which site does nut possess,
has been the cause of much of
Two Germans met In Sau Fran
cisco recently. After afTectiouate
greeting, the following dialogue
ensued: "Fen you say you hc-f ar
rived?" "Yesterday." "You come
dot horn around?" "No." "Oh,
I see, you come dot Isthmus
across?" "No." "Oh, den you
come dot land over." "No." "Den
you hef uot arrived." "Oh, yes!
I hef arrived; I come dot Mexico
Milestones on the Road to Health.
TUe recovery of digestion and tlie re
sumption of activity by the liver, bow
els aud kidneys are milestone's wl.lcli
mark our progress on the road to health.
They speedily become perceptible when
Hosteller's Stomnch Bitters is used by
the invalid. Nothing so surely and ex
peditiously consumes the distance to the
desired goal. As no bodily lunctlon cmi
suffer Interruption without imp tiring
the general henllh of the system, so tho
system can never acquire perfect vigor,
health's synonym, until that funct on
be actively resumed. Take, for instance,
digestion, a suspension of which Is Inva
riably reclined by the Bitters. Jf the or
gans upon which It devolves flffOW weitk,
ulliousn»ss,constipation, headache, pov
erty of the blood and a huudred other
symptom* riupervenc.which Indicate un
mistakably (tie baneful general Influ
ence of dyspepsia. The disappearance
of alt these symptoms through the use
of the nit to v shows with what thor
oughness it re moves their cauae.
OF THE LOS AWCJELE i IMMIGRA
TION AND LAND 00-OPBKATIYB
To tho Stockholders of the Lo-i Angil-s
Immigration aud Laud Co-Operative
Notice is hereby given lhat a meeting
of the stockholders of said company will
be held at the office of the eompHiiy, No
48 Spring street, in the city and ounty
Of Los An><-los, ou WEDNESDAY, the
11th day of A UtfOat, 1914, at 11 o'clock a.
tftj lor the purpose mid object of electing
a Board oi Directors ofsaid Company, as
the annual election for Directors of Kald
company, as provided for In the by laws
of said company, did not take piHceon
the day appointed tn Ihe by law.* or any
other time, and no adjourned or other
meeting lor the purpoio haa been order
ed by Ihe Directors.
THOS. 11. SMITH,
THOS. A. OAHEY.
FB4NX B. FANNING.
L. M. HOLT,
By T A. Oarey.hla proxy and attorn y
GEORGE C. GIBBS,
D. A. BHAW. al-2vr-dJt w
CiOf AanlM Immi<rntlou aud Land Co*
Opeaiive Association,--' Location of
priuoipil p]»Mof bustnoss, Lou Anae
Nol ice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing, ol the Board of Directors, held on tne
Jlstday of July, 1878, an asessment of %i
per share was levied upon I ho capital
stock of the corporation, payable Imme
diately, iv United States gold coin, (o the
Hecretary, at the offloe of the company,
No. 48 Spring street, upstairs.
Anystock upon wnleh this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the 80th day of
August, 1878, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction; and,
unless payment Is made be fere, will b ■
KOld on TUESDAY, tho 17th day of Sep
tember, 1878, at 2 o'clock i\ x., to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with
costs of advertising and expense*, of sale.
By order of tbe Board of Directors.
FRANK B. FANNING,
Office-Motf building, 48 Spring street,
Los Augeles, C«l.
Los Angeles, July 31,1878. al-lm
U* I t> » <Inrat borne. ARe nti wanted.
*PAj£( outilUmd terms froe. TRUE A
00., Augusta, Maine. marHd.twly
Largest Auction House In
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
MERCri AN r.
Two it*Kg East of Old Si an 1, on COURT
opposite Court House.
sr KKttui.Mt hale on mum-days
from 9 o'clock a. m. till 4 v. m Special
Sales made at any time.
HORSES. WAGONS, aud all kinds of
goods bought und sold.
Referenoe IR. K. Hyde, Ties B'k Vlsalla
by permls'n \ 1.. F. Spence.Cash Com B'k
Jal6tf H. R. BROWN. Auctioneer.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU I HERN CALIFORNIA.
E. W. NOYES
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite ihe Court House, and will be
pleased to serve his old friends and the
public. Particular attention puHl to Real
Estate sales. Regular sale days for
Horses und rolling stock,
WEDNESDAYS A SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, 1 Intend to make my charges less
than those of anybody else In the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the llrst 11000 and one percent,
on all sums above thut smnuut.
Will buy FURNITURE. HORSES,
WAGONS and all kinds of property, and
N. B.—Saturday's sales commence at 10
a. m. und close at Ip.k.
E. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auctioneer In Southern Cullforuia.
LOCATED AT WILMINGTON,
I,os Angeles County, California.
Factory has all approved machinery in
use, which la entirely new. Machinery
driven by an eighty horse-power holler
and engine. Railroad switch connects
actory withS. F. R. R.. giving faollltles
lor shipping to all points tn the Interior,
and Its close proximity to the wharf en
ables material to be landed at the factory
from the mills as cheaply as In Han
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP
Tocloso up partnership affairs of B. I)
Wilson 4 Co. Apply to tbe survlvlug
partner, J. DeBAHTH BHORB,
my3tf Han Gabriel P. 0.. Cal.
C I G .A. TI. *H !
iitjgo it it S3 MS3 it,
p.iopaiaroa ok tiie
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW HK KOPNI) AT
Nt). f5 :-I»IiIiNG ST.,
At tlie Key West Cigar Knetory.
Mr. Hugo Kremer manufactures HA
VANA TOBACCO Into cigars or approved
brands. Ho al-o deals In nil lines ol
Smokers' Arlloles. Give him a call.
MRS. SIMPSON an nonme i to her
friends and the public lhat she has
opened a store at. OLD SANTA M. 'NICA
CANON, where she will k-ep a full sup
ply of Bread, Cakes, Confectionery.
Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Qronerlei nt Los
SaTICE CREAM ON SUNDAYS.
R. F. COLEMAN & SON,
IMA IV'OS Jt OHGAIXS.
Agents for the celebrated PACKARD A
TABOR OUOANS, UARDNEK BROS,
and oilier flrst-clas, PIANOS. Instru
meets sold nn
Tho Installment Plan.
PUICES and TERMS to suit the times.
Headquarters nt L. LE WIN A C'O.'S
STORE, Nos. 14 and 16 SPRING! ST.,
Los Angeles. JcO-lm
Rooms and Board,
Gontleraoii and their wives and single
gents can be accommodated with board
and fine, large, front rooms, containing
all modern conveniences and home com
forts, at tlie
New High street, only one blrck
from the Poslofflce and Oourt Hn-UJO, and
comraandsH charming view of mountain
and valley. jeiatf
REDUCTION in PRICES.
8300 Bedroom Sets at 8200
260 do do 176
200 do do 135
ISO do do 115
125 do do 95
05 do do 76
75 do do 50
65 do do 40
46 do do 30
36 do do 25
AA, DOTTER dks BjFI-A-I>IjJES'Y'IS.
80,82 and 84 Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
AT THE T ST ME!
JUST RECEIVED !
Yamashiro and Oojee Districts,
For FLAVOR and PURITY.
On Application, or Sent by Mall to Any
THE T STORE,
48 AND 50 SPRING STREET.
Grand Citizens' Tournament!
At Agricultural Park, on Friday, August 9th.
swkEt'KTAKES; flO entrance; $2,added by proprietor in eaoh race; seen id
horse lv ench race to save entrun OS money.
FIRST H\PE — running, lair mile ar.d e.i at; free or all; weight for ago—th j
distance pout 30 yuidi.
SICOND RACE-Ono mile and repeat, 11 harness, free for the following name 1
gent's road horses. Vttl Clio. Harter, Los Nletos, b. m. Kitty Walker; Mr. Dol
man's br. m. Mnggie; Jas. Ward's s. g. joe Morton; 1.. J. Rose's br. g Tenbroeolc;
Dr. Wise's b. ft Qiosler; Jas. Bell's blk m. Moorlta; W. LiriarJ'" s. m. Whist,
Honey or Lady O'Rourke; H. 0. Wiley's s. m. 1 aly I'ayos; r. Mooney's s. m.
Hora Wiley; Mr. Flood's s. g. Henry.
The entries to be made with F. W. NOYES, No. 1 Market a:ree', on or bof r•.
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 7th, 18T8. ti. J. WOOD,
jjMLd Lesseeand Proprietor of Park
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
LOS ANGELES. Cal.
STUDIES WILL BE RESUMED
On Thursday, August 1,1878
M. RUBI, C. M.,
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
The best carriage and wagon work cao
be bad at
Mission San Gabriel,
Opposite the FostoOlco. The BEBT MA
TERIAL will be used aud the LOWEST
PRICE charged, asr REPAIRING) and
HOUSE SHOEING a specially.
JylT-Ira SAINT POL « CO.