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WEDNESDAY OCT. 9, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House
Tbe Her*!.! ahmiu Priiiilni: House is
aoi surpassed by any Job rrluting office
•a tbe Pacific Coast, outside o: San Kran
eiaoo, la facilities for doing Job work
ItOW prices, good work and expedition
Star be railed upon at this office.
; BoacoE Conkli.no looms up as
j the very foremost Republican
j statesman. Ho is as eloquent, as
fertile in resource.", as bold in leaj
•rshlp, as Blame, aud incompara
bly tba latter's superior iv personal
integrity and elevation of soul.
Blame once said, witli t hat caustic
vivacity natural to him, that Conk
ling reminded him of a turkey
gobbler. The only drawback about
the great New York Seuator is tiis
atrut and the pardonable vanity
which leads him to sport a single
Olympian auburn curl on his mass
ive brow. But a aiau so supplied
With felbles or worse as Blame is
Should have been more lenient in
Reviewing the weaknesses or an
other. At the State Convention of
the Republican party, held at Sar
atoga the other day, Roscoe Conk
ling made what In fairness should
he called a great speech. Previous
to making it, however, he donned
a very highly colored pair of Re
publican spectacles. He drew a
graphic and imaginative picture of
the South "bull-dozed" by Demo-
Oratio ruffians. He practically as
enmed that the negro belonged, ab
solutely, without any earthly qual
ification, to the Republican party.
The Republican vote, according to
Mr. Conkling's obvious method of
oalculatiou, could be ascertained by
■imply looking at the negro census.
Tbe Republican party has felicitat
ed Itself upon having nominally
freed tbe black man. Iv reality it
has not aimed to free him, but to
attach him as a chattel to the char
lot wheel of the party. There is a
reverse side to Mr. Conkling's pic
ture of Democratic terrorizing of
the late slave. For years and
years herds of carpet-baggers from
the North flocked into tbe South,
eat urJ»Mi white aud black alike as
an iDcuTjflea, iustiiled into the mind
of tbe lateSy emancipated slave
pjMMtllity towards, and distrust of,
bis late maa<ser. The carpet-bagger
waa really the Mephistopneles of
American politics. With a devil
ish Ingenuity, he employed him
self in continually wrenching open
the wounds of the war. He en
acted the role ascribed by Milton to
Who umpire sat
And by decision more embroiled the
These worthies, in conjunction
With their ignorant,, and, because
Iguorant, innocent allies, the late
alaves, made tbe South a bell upon
earth. Unconscionable .State,
municipal an I county debts were
piled up with a prodigality that
made the owner- of Southern bonds
and Southern lands s'«nd aghast.
uisisnaion and strife were culti
vated as au art. The heart of the
carpet-bagger and tils Northern
abettors was ueverso glad as when
a crop of murders, to be used iv
"flriug the Northern heart," could
be telegraphed to every hamlet in
the Union. As long as this vicious
system oould be preserved, the cap
ital of Republican stump orators
and uewspaper editors held out.
Now that harmony aud prosperity
begin to return to the South, when
the trade of the murderer and the
oocupat.ou of the schemer may be
truthfully Bald to bj at au end, to
gether nith the maligu sway of
tbe carpet-bagger, Mr. Colliding
lifts up bis voice for a return to the
old regime. We confess that his
attitude surprises us, aud we have
tbe charity to believe that he is re
sorting rather to the artifice of the
politician thau expressing the
houeat impulses of his heart or the
matured purposes of his will should
tbe political whirligig give him
power to resurrect tlie mischief so
happily laid—to re-open the Pan
dora's box which we had hoped
was close.) forever, with the full
consent of the intelligent and hon
orable public men of the Republi
The poet tells us that there is a
soul of good in things evil would
men but observiugly dlsti II it out.
It would look like the excess ol
optimism to search in the paniu of
1878 for anything like benefit to
tbe American as an Individual or a
nation, and yet that crisis was
pregnant with tlie elements of
fluanelal and commercial greatness
to the United States. It was fol
lowed, iv the first year, by a bal
ance of trad« in our favor, in deal
ings with Europe ami tlie outside
world, of about sixty millions of
dollars. This large sum was stead
ily Improved upon, reaching last
year considerably over two hun
dred millions. Careful business
men and statisticians have placed
tbe prediction ou record that this
balance of trade will this year at
tain felly three hundred millions.
This astonishing balance of trade
la our favor renders probable the
statement of Secretary Sherman,
IB * recent speech, that the amount
of our national debt held abroad
lea* been reduced from a thousand
U> two hundred millions. Enriched
yearly at this rate by the sale of
Mr commodities abroad; enabled,
as we thus are, to retain the
product of our gold and silver
i-felnes at borne, tbe people of tbe
amited States, instead of cona
ylainlng of poverty, should he wax
log wealthy at an unheard of rate.
How much longer values can re
main depressed and trade languid
under such a state of things it is
hard to say, for the laws of trade
are almost as inscrutable as the
decrees of Providence. But it cer
tainly should not be and cannot be
long. The principal evil from
which we suffer —the real source
from which the paralysis of busi
ness spriugs—can, iv our opinion,
be truthfully referred to tbe im
mense aggregations of capital
which havo heeu witnessed in this
oouutry during the past llitcen
years. A man worth a million
dollars is content to put it into gov
ernment bonds that pay him
four per cent, a year aud re
lieve him from taxation. He is not
willing to take the hazards and fa
tigues of an active business career
with the possibility of making his
four per cent, eight. Iv addition
to the immense outstanding issues
of the Uuited States bonds, the
capitalist has tho choice of State,
county and municipal bonds, and
of railway and other stocks without
end. These multiplied public
debts reft like an lucubus on the
people and have convened the
masses into hewers of wood and
drawers of water. They havo op
pressed the poor au 1 enervated the
rich, depriving the letter of that
dashing energy which was once the
distiuctioti of the Amsricjn busi
ness mm There is augfe a thing
as a people bet**] to > rich in the
artificial forms of wealth which
modern ingenuity lias devised, and
we are inclined to think that that,
and not poverty, is the real evil
from which we suffor to-day. It is
the concentration and not the pau
city of money which is doing the
mischief. He who can contrive a
system for Its more general distri
bution may rightfully claim to
have discovered a ptnacea for all
It is somewhat singular that,
though peace has been, declared In
Europe, the demand for American
cereals, at good prices, is much
larger there than Usual. Toe hopo
of disposing of our tremendous crop
was supposed to hang, both by our
farmers and speculators, on a con
tinuance of the Eastei ii war and the
spread of tho conflict to other tut■
tions than those originally engaged.
Never were calculations more at
fault. The export of wheat from
the Golditi Gate so far this Kali
already exceeds $8,000,000 iv value,
a figure unprecedented at this sea
son of the year. Taking the pro
digious volume of our exports of all
kinds into account, together with
tile comparative Insignlfloanos of
our imports, and the future oujlit
to look very encouraging for the
It will be seen, by our telegraph
ic Column*, that tlie Arizona cor
poration of the Southern Pacific
We* Organised at Yuma yesterday
by the election •>( "- ~ ~
* ucil. Cotton as
rresident and ex-Uov. SufX>rd as
Vice President. The first car load
of construction material leaves for
Arizona to-day. Tho Southern
Pacific is about to bo pushed to
wards Tucson witli the vigor that
has always characterized our Cali
fornia railway builders.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[Special to tlie llehald by ttie Western
Union Telegraph Company.
Pacific Coast News.
in.fly iMIM l.iie Veneres,
San Francisco, Oct. Bth.—The
assignment of two of the policies
on Mr. Austin's life have been
traced to Miss Elliu Wilton. These
two are policies in tlie New York
Life, each being for the sum of
$5,000. Whether tbe other policies
nave been likewise assigned toiler
lias not yet been ascertained.
Han Fkancisco, October Bth.—
Legal tenders, 99i bid, Q9j asked,
Mexican dollars, 89} bid, 90 asked;
trade dollars, 96} hid, 97 asked,
half dollars 9Sj bid, 98j asked.
N|>lll AIH.IIIV Ihfl 11-.ptl
San Fkancisco, Oct. Btli.—The
threatened hreuk in the ranks of
the Baptist Association took place
this evening, one, ami the greater
hoily, meeting at tbe Fifth Baptist
Church in accordance with tlie
original progiumme, while these
cedi is met at Ihe Metropolitan
Temple. What the outcome of the
split will he, leruains to he proved.
The Grangers Bunk to-day held
the annual meeting, re-elected the
old hoard and declared a dividend
of 111 per cent, for the year.
Nnu FrituCMc.il JNarlieiN.
San Fkancisco, Oct. Blh.—
Wheat inactive; shipping, $1 60@
$1 Bjj milling, 05@1 67}. Bar
ley dull ami unchanged. Com—
Small yellow, $1 lofel 16J. Rye—
Coast, $1 15. Oats—Washington
Territory, $1 35@1 40; California,
SI 12}f3}l 37}. Potatoes — Bed
87} c @$1J; white, 75c @$1 05. Cuf
fey Clove $1 30@1 35. Hay un
Tlie < ""-1111111..iimI Convention.
Sacramento, October Bth.—The
Convention resumed ut 1 o'clock.
For more thau au hour the Con
vention was engaged in debating
tbe proposition embodied iv tlie
rules, permitting questions to be
indefinitely postponed. Ultimately,
by a vote of 104 yeas to 30 nays,
the rules were amended to permit 1
the Introduction of subjects after 1
indefinite postponement, by a ma- 1
jority vote of the Convention. A 1
majority of tbe rules exoited con- I
slderable discussion, notably the
rule requiring the printing of 480 1
copies of every propositiou aud res- I
olution presented and engrossing
all matters to be introduced Into i
tbe Coustitution. The rule was t
adopted by an overwhelming ma
jority. A rtilb was proposed to pro
hibit members from receiving pay
for week days nti wliicti they are
not In actual attendance, except in
case of sickness or absent on com
mittee duty. Ruled out of order on
the ground tliat the uct had pre
scribed the pay of members and
the Convention could not Interfere
The Convention adjourned at 5
P, M , having adopted a full set of
rules. The rules prescribe that the
Convention shall meet daily at 10
o'clock and take a recess from 12 to
1 o'clock. Tlie chair lias appointed
fourteen out of the thirty standing
committees and was engaged all
the afternoon in their preparation.
MStieM* "i m i: ,»
VISALIA, Got. life,—Win. P.
Palmer, a boy nineteen years of
age, committed suicide at Tulare
yesterday by first cutting his
i inn it with a razor and afterwards
shooting himself witli a pistol.
The .Vl.M.irrvy f*.kl».
Salinas, Oct. Bth.—The second
annual exhibition of the Monterey
Agricultural Association opened
here to-day and will continue the
remainder of the week. The dis
play of stock at the grounds is very
good. The Pavilion makes a better
show I hau was expected, the space
being all takeu up.
Til* H, I*. H. It !■> Arl
a mi'. — %>,<»M>< r NlrtKt. K.ibberj .
Yuma, Oct. Bth.—At a meeting
held here to-day for the purpose ot
organizing the Southern Pacific
Railroad Company under the Ter
ritorial laws of Arizona, the follow
ing named persous were chosen
Directors: Gen. D. D. Cotton, A. P.
K. Safford, Chus. Hudson, Geo.
Tyng, Chas. F. Crocker. Officers
were elected as follows: Gen. D. D.
Colton, President; A. P. K. Safford,
Vice President; F. S. Douty, Treas
urer, and H. M. Wright, Secretary.
Construction is to be commenced
The California aud Arizona
stau'e from Prescott was stopped
near Date creek, by two men, on
the night of the 6th. Lieutenant
Wood, U. S. A., was robbed of
$150 and a gold watch. Tlie rob
bers also got away witli Wells,
Fargo & Uo.'l treasure box and
three bars of silver bullion.
Latest Eastern News.
* i •Imniits fur R»-ette'» Fortune.
Haw York, Oj(. B.—Tbe Panama
Star just received says, "a claimant
Das appeared for a portion of the
immense fortune left hy the late
Michael Reese, of California, in the
person of Isabella Aucoua, a native
if Panama. She claims to have
been the wife of the deceased mil
lionaire and that Iter son Ricardo
H their legitimate offspring "
Tlie Ailveiulm* i.» iinve » t;oil.
New York, Oct. Bth.-Prepara
tions are malting for a conference
uf believers in the pre-millenial
advent of Jesus Christ. I his is to
be held at the church of The Holy
Trinity, this city, October 30th and
31st aLii November Ist. A circular
has been issued setting forth tlie
object of the conference and giving
the names of Bisiiops, professors,
ministers and others who unite iv
approving the call.
New York, Oct. Bth.—A remo
■ trance has been sent b» ' h ~.
ing House to Se- . •> ltt . e Llcar
a ,*,i.~- • ' jfetary Sherman
mat vis order requiring leaders
of National Bank curreucy Intend
ed for redemption to pay the ex
pressageonit In advance. It is
claimed that tho order bears un
equally on tho large as compared
Willi the small cities and towns.
lln ■.auiii Cms liimirrecil.iif.
New York, Oct. Bth.—The dis
patch announcing that the Insur
rection in Santa Cruz is drawing to
an end, says: The French and Eng
lish men-of-war are protecting the
towns, while the Danish soldier*
and loyal volunteers are scouring
the country. Occasional conflagra
tions are occurring, but a majority
of the rioters are seeking to lave
themselves by flight. Many of the
leaders are in custody. Seventy
sugar estates are reported burned,
and the report that half of the
Frederickstadt is in ashes is con
riie Bieeueeie tiaai.
Chicago, Oct. Bth. —Following,
is the latest reports received from
the lowa election: Twenty towns
give Hall, Rep., for Secretary of
State, 1,600 majority; 12 towns,
Rothrock, R., for Supremo Judge,
913 majority; 3 towns, McCord, R„
for Congress, First District, 288
majority; Price, R., for Congress,
Second District, probably elected.
One town gives O'Donnell. Dem.,
lor Congress, 77 majority; 9 towns,
Deering, R., for Congress, Fourtli
District, 359 majority; one town,
Clarke, R., for Congress, Fifth Uis
trict, 39 majority; Sampson, R.,fot
Congress, Sixth District, as far as
heard from, 1,078 majority; one
town, Qillett, Ureeuback-Dem., for
Congress, Seventh District, 3 ma
jority; Carpenter, R., for Congress,
Ninth District, 272 majority in 0
' Chicago, Oct. Bth.—lo:3o p. M.—
The following are the latest returns
from Iowa: Seven towns give Hall,
R., for Secretary of State, 439 ma
jority; three towns give Rothrock,
it., for Supreme Judge, 4SO major
ity; three towns give Carpenter,
R., for Congress, 107 majority; one
town in the Fourth District, gives
Deering, It , for Congress, 30 ma
Private advices from Columbus,
Ohio, indicate a victory for the Re
publican State ticket.
Chicaoo, Oct. Bth.—The latest
reports from Ohio say the Republi
cans claim the State ticket hy
at least 5000 majority.
Chicago, Oct. Bth.—A Columbus
dispatcli says about one-third of
tlie State shows a Republican gain
of about 12,000.
Indianapolis, Oct., 8, 10:25 p.
m - In 13 townships there is v Rt
publiOiii net gain of four. Tlie
Republicans claim Hanna elected
in tliis district. The indications
are that the Democrats will elect
tbe State ticket by about 5,000.
Indianapolis, Oct. B.—Returns
thus far very meagre. A full vote
bus been polled. Thirteen town
ships in various parts of the State
show a Republican gain of four on
Secretary of State over the vote of
Governor iv 1876. Tlie Natiouals
gain in the same townships 48
The Republicans claim the election
of Hanna in tlie Indianapolis Con
Indianapolis, Oct. Btb.—Forty
six townships show small Demo
cratic earns. The National vote
Increases slowly. The Democrats
claim the Legislature, but there is
nothing to indicate such a result.
Tite Beourse still Npreadlnv.
Memphis, Oct. B.—Weather set
tled and warm, which is favorable
to tbe spreading of the disease.
From 6 last night till noon to-day,
22 deaths are reported by the un
An Eictimts Trniu uir tiie Track
-roiWlso fvraona Kf ported
Boston, Oct. 8. —A serious acci
dent occurred this evening, on the
Old Colony Railroad, to a crowded
excursion train which was return
ing from the Silver Lake rowing
match, between R. Eagan, of Bos
ton, aud Davis, of Portland. The
train of t!0 cars ran oft' the track
and it is rumored that 42 person ■
were killed aud that R. Eagan, the
boatmau, was fatally wouuded.
Later—A dispatch just received
at police headquarters places the
number at 10 killed and 150 injured.
European Cable News.
C»s>*i»eisetlon in Ctuut Ai<«ir>.aK,*a
London, Oct. Bth.—A Vienna
correspondent writes that conster
nation lias heen produced in Count
Andrassy's camp and considerable
irritation in Iho public mind by a
Turkish circular requesting the
Powers to compel Austria to con
form to the declaration of her Plen
ipotentiaries at the Berlin Con
gress. Count Andrassy last week
assured the Hungarian Premier
that tile conclusion of the conven
tion with Turkey was regarded as
a moral certainty, anil its failure is
likely to have a great influence on
the Hungarian crisis. There is an
impression that Hungary is in
danger of drilling into a war with
Turkey. Hence the anxiety to
prevent operations against Noni
A correspondent friendly to An
drassy resents and repels the Turk
ish charges that Austrian troops
have iloue their work with needless
severity, and says that such
charges are not in keeping with
the Porte's professions of anxiety
to maintain relations of friendship
and alliance with Austria.
Corsthedore, the Turkish Special
Envoy to Vienna, leaves that city
to-day for Constantinople.
Opposed l.» tli» Uuvftruuicuf.
Copenhaoen, Oct. Bth.— The
session of the Chambers is expect
ed to he very stormy. The majority
declare that they intend defeating
all the measures of tho govern
ment, including the budget.
Neuinllslfl Advised Cv Eiulirru to.
Behmn, Oct. Bth.— The Socialist
journals advise their followers, in
the eventof the passage of the anti-
Socialist bill, to emigrate to the
United States or Asia Minor.
From a Distinguished Jurist.
" l have trieu lue Peruvian SYarjp, aud
Lbe result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new man ot'me, Infused In
fo my system new vigor and energy. I
am no longer tromulous and debilitated
as when you last saw mo, but stronger,
heartier, and with a larger capacity t_l
tabor—mental and physical— than **'
.1 at any
iirae during the taut five year , v ,
~ . ■ . — .8. rsoiu oy
A WIDOW WANTS SOME CHlL
dren to board. Enquire at Mils.
TAYLOR'S, Hope streel, ILIO fourlli
bouse east of Sixth street, o9
TO RENT OR FOR SALE.
Los Angeles Distillery
IN GOOD U3DER AND READY FOR
The above rroperly WILL BB H U NTED
nn Reasonable Termx, or
WILL 18 X SOLD
For ON E-QUARTER Its ACTUAL COST.
For term!* ar-ply to
ROWAN <% WILLIAMS.
08-2 m 71 DOWNEY BLOCK.
Notico to Creditors.
ESTATE OF HENRY CARTEHY, DE
NOTICE [9 H ERE BY GIVEN BY
the undersigned, Administrator ol
ttie estate of Henry cartery, deceased, to
the creditors of, aud all persons having
elaimsugalnst. tho said deceased,to exhih
it thtm,witli the necessary vouchers,with
in four months after the first publication
of this notice, (o the said Administrator,
at the office of s. Haley, attorney at law,
Room No. 3, Downey block (up-stairs),
Los Angeles city and county.
Administrator of the Estate of lieniy
Carte, y. deceased.
Los Angeles, (Jet, H, li7i. i.tt iw
Tlie Committee take pleasure in an
nouncing the resumption of th.sepopu
lar entertainment*, a new series of six
"THURSDAYS" will be Inaugurated on
TIU RSDAY' NEXT, Oct. 10,
— AT —
Which has been thoroughly refurnished
aud dtted for the occasion.
-MB" Vocal nnd Instrumental MBBIC,
Heading* In Character and a Musical
Pantomime entitled"Aald Robin Gray,"
vrill comprise tho evening* entertain
ment. The usual SOCIAL DANCE will
follow, with refreshments. Performance
will begin at 8 precisely.
ADMISSION. SO CTS. o7td
— Can be found In
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OP
LOUIS LEWIN & CO.
W\ ntkii -vt the Paciao Hotel, a
tlnd-class barber. 00-lw
By a young girl, a situation as Chaso
bermald anu Nurse; can make herself
generally useful. Enquire at this office.
A respeotable woman wishes a situa
tion as cook—one who understands her
business. Best ol city references. Apply
at the St. Louis Home, Malu st. o3 lw
A situation, by a man aud wile; the
man as Gardener; understands Ntore
keeplngor boartilag-hoiiNe keening; Ihe
wife as tlrst-class cook; understands all
domestic housework. Apply to JESHEK
ft?, BUTLER, 139 Main street. 524
A practical orcharding with experi
ence till training in semi-tropical fruit
culture, with unexceptionable refer
ences, is wauled. Apply hv letter to V.
P., Box H2ti, Los Angeled. s2Btt
Rooms and Board.
Gentlemen nnd their wivei and single
gents can be aocouuuodsted with board
and flue, large, front rooms, containing
all modern conveniences und honiecom
forts, at the
New High street, only one block
from the Postofflce and Court House, and
commands a charming view of mountain
and valley. Jeietf
Los Angeles Guard,
At Turnverein Hall,
ADMISSION, for Gent and Ladles. SI 00.
Committee of Arrangement—Capt, r.
M. Percy, Lieut. Stephenson, Mr. John
Heceptlon Committee—White Rosettes
—Lieut. Gorman, A. T. McDonough, ser
geant Wiley, t red Howland, Corporal
Ban Leahy, Capt. J. M. Rlvara.
Floor Committee—Blue and White Ro
settes—Lieut. Stephenson, J. T. Cuddy,
Jas. Corwln, Cbas. Johnson, Sergeant
Paplneati, Scrgenut Johnson.
MUSIC by CONTERNO'S BAND.
The proceeds will be used towards pay
ing for the new uniforms ol the Guard,
The Havana Saloon,
t X ormcrly CSruud Central,l
JXo. ■«) Mtiiu Street,
keeps the very best in
Liquors anH Cigars.
(•TLCNOn FItOM 11 A. M. TO 1 P. Mi
J. CAPPK, Proprietor.
NEW GOODS! RECEIVED AT
THE MECHANICS' STORE!
■*TThe GREATEST BARGAINS EVER KNOWN! Everything Guaranteed as Represented!
The BEST and FINEST stock of
EVER BROUGHT TO LOS ANGELES.
A Full Line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's SHOES, at Half the Usual Price.
Look for Sign of Mechanics' Store.
CITY OF PARIS,
53 and 55 Main St.
SHOES ! SHOES !
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
From and after this date and until further notice we
will sell at the following unprecedentedly low prices our
immense stock of ladies', misses' and children's SHOES:
READ, READ! READ!
Ladies' plain foxed Balmorals, - - g] 00
Ladies full scalloped foxed Balmorals, - 1 25
Misses' scalloped foxed Balmorals, . 1 00
Misses' plain foxed Balmorals, - 75
Children's plain foxed Balmorals, - - 50
Ladies calf Balmorals, ■ - 1 25
Misses' calf Balmorals, - - - 1 00
Ladies' foxed Button Shoes, - - 200
Misses' foxed Button Shoes, - - 1 50
Ladies' Morocco Button Shoes, - 1 25
Misses' Morocco Button Shoes, - - 1 00
Eugene Meyer & Co.,
53 &c 55 JVC-A-IlsT STE/BBT.
LOS ANGELES, October Bth, 1878.
! DRY 600DS BUSINESS.
is. i . j± ver\ tn i^
875,000 WORTH OF GOODS '
TO BE SOLD AT
Less T Cost,
—To Ketire from Business.
Prices no object. Come and examine my stock, and
satisfy yourself. NO HUMBUG. Great reduction in
prices at wholesale.
HELLMAN BLOCK, cor. Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
Phoenix of Hartford
Home of New York
Gentlemen—Some per.oit or persons having by FRAUDULENT
means obtained a copy of the Lo. Angeles business of the Pbceoix anil
Home Insurance Companies, I would call tbe attention of tbe patrons
of these companies to tbe Tact that I am tbe only authorized agent here
of these companies, Mr. C. R. JOHNSON, tbe formeragent, having, for
VALUABLE considerations, resigned in my favor with all bis good
will and interest In tbe business; and I would respectfully ask it as a
favor from tbe patrons of the companies If.upon expiration of their poli
cies, their business is solicited by persons who could have no other
knowledge thereof than above stated, to treat them with the contempt
such behavior, which is unworthy of gentlemen aud below all honest
competition, deserves. Tbe Phoenix and Home Insurance Companies
have cash assets amounting to nearly $9,«00,000, aud their Joint polioy
is tbe strongest issued by any Americau company. Respectfully yours,
B. F. DRAKENFELD, Agent,
No. 4 Spring Street, Temple Block.
NEW YORK BREWERY
iHuoueaaor to Chrla. Henne) Pmprlalor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Soutb ot
Ordera for DRAUGHT or TOTTLED
»mX promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer tram tun Brewery
deltas oompaUUoo In tha HtaU. mrft-tf
H. DEVVELL. T. U. REYNOLDS.
FREIGHT and TRANSFER Co.
DEWELL * REYNOLDS.
Nil. KM ami 107 MAIN STKEET.
All kind* of HAULING. MOVINO
FURNITURE, PIANOS, SAFES, eto., on
I euhunuble urmi.