Newspaper Page Text
' TUESDAY OCT. 22, 1878
• Herald Steam Printing House.
Th* Hsral l atnam I. 'nti.is llous* Is
i**s»sarp»*ao-1 by any Job l"rlutm< offlce
mm th* FactCo Coast, outside of San Fran
■SBIII. In facilities for dolus; Job work,
- (jew rrloe*. good wur* ruj expedllion
' m*r he raited upon at i n is <,tr.ee.
A Thing of Evil Omen.
\ It Is really a great pity the con
•ern the editor of the Argonaut
give* himself about tho Democratic
''partj. What between a slavish
adulation of everything English
and of the Republican party, and
blackguard, foul mouthed abuse of
Ltoe Democracy, the conductor of
tola unquestionably "smart" and
ayasplsh paper has his hands full.
It !• trao that he runs iv a single
". groove, and ha* drooled in a niouo
—4eee that is worse than anything
I toal the settler of Mark Twain ever
experienced in bis cabin iv the
I aeflon, over which the mountain
i towered which dropped cows anil
. Steers. But, then, what is tbe use
| afbeing an editor, and an editor of
,■ the "boss" littirary paper ot (lie
OsSSt, Xt tbftt, unless you Can bore
Staple With toad-eating to Euglisb-
MD, fustian praise of the Republi
can party and Billingsgate abuse
of a party which has seen a dozen
■a Mb room political organizations
ttMand disappear, like the • xliala
ttoaa of a night, and which intends
to bm a hundred more follow in
their wake. Pixley has found out
that if tbe Democrats had nomin
ated a leader and a gentleman, like
Horatio Seymour, success ivou ii
have been certain. He ascribes
toe defeat of Horatio Seyuaour in
1888 to tbe defection of the New
Tork World— a defection which
-sobeJy has discovered but himself.
j§jflv«r since Horatio Seymour au-
'tkorltatlvely announced his pur-
p.potoof forever retiring from poli
f Mas, Iho leaders, editors and orators
'jafjhjjtepu'ulieaii party- have dis
> aovered that hs is a magnificent
( aMB, a statesman and an honor to
hie country. But, when Horatio
Boymour was running for President
an tho Democratic ticket, in what
a different key they piped? He
WM painted as a tiaitor of the deep
act dye, as a man who was ready
I to soil bis country at the instiga
tion of bis Bourbon Democracy.
Hieing to the exigencies of Be-
publican stump audi newspaper
eloqunce, tbey shortly con
verted bim Into a sort of Beue-
aUet Arnold and Aaron Burr iv one.
Ko man wbo bas over lived iv tbe
TJufted States possessed iv a greater
degree tban Horatio Seymour the
(Ift of gracious and captivating or
. story. No man who has lived in
the United States in the past hun
dred years possessed a mure spot
less character. Yet it was uecesaary
, for the base purposes of tue Repub-
I I lea n leaders to paint him ns a sort
of compound or Mephiatopheles,
traitor aud blackguard, aud be was
' promptly dressed upiu a silhouette
, that embruced everything black
•nd Infamous. He was a respecta
t>]« mau bifore lie run for Presi
j stent; be Is a highly respectable,
j -ay, au illustrious man now; but,
;L staring bis caudidacy, according lo
I Republican accounts, be was tlie
lj dirtiest scrub that ever ran for of
; flee In the Uuited States. This is
disgusting language, but far viler
If epithets were bestowed upou Hor-
I alio Seymour In that campaign
than any we have recapitulated.
Next came Horace Greeley. Who
aan fail to recall the excess ol
osurrlli ty of which lis was made the
Victim? The man's long and lion
arable life counted for nothing aa
Boon as it was understood that he
desired te stay tlie hand of oppres
alon which was visiting the South
beyond its capacity to bjar.
But tbe most artistic and perse-
Verlog slander which has ever a>
aalled any American public man
! was visited upon Samnel J. Tilde.-.
I There was room fur both amuse
i neut and disgust at the stages of
I Its development. Every prominent
i Kepublicau j lurual In New York
? alt*, including auct) universally
known piporr as tlie New Y.nk
jj tViouna, Timet aud Harper's
Weekly, had iv the past bealavered
, Mr. Tildeu with praise. When it
| baeame neceasary to paint him aaa
I blackguard and a scoundrel they
I war* a little embarra-aeii at tlie
I start off! at well they mi-lit be.
I After having heaped a Pelion upon
P Ossa of adulation upon Mr. Tilden
as a political reformer, tho transi
jy tiento tbe role of viliflcatiou was a
j] grievous ene, and must have iv-
V Tolved some little sacrifice of the
I self-respect tlies« men simulated
I We watched with keen Interest tbe
•OsUse of Harper 1 1 Weekly. Tiie
i stonduotors of that journal were
I embarrassed by two ugly impedl-
I meats In their career of abuse < f
Mr. Tilden. Tbe first was his con
spicuous excellence us a public
man, the secoud was that he was
the next door neighbor, in
Oramercy Park, of the head of the
Harper Ann. Etch had eaten the
salt or the other, aud the eociai
| ehaam which partizm malignity
f required to be bridged was a deep,
j wide and ugly oue. It wss epanntd
at last, however, and the courtly
f Otorge William Curtis, the editor
Bi of Harper* t Weekly, was soon as
|| steep in the dirty work of defama-
I tloa as bis lass famous ami less fas
ti tldlous brethren of the distinctively
ft political press.
[' Who ie the thief, blackguard and
£ traitor who is to be the next Demo
eratle candidate for President of
the United States? The Argonaut
says that if tbe Democracy had
nominated gentlemen and leaders,
llkeTburman or Bayard, at such
and suoh times, the party might
have succeeded. Either of those
gentlemen Is as likely as any
others, should they be alive aud
in good health, to bo tho candidate
of tho Democracy in ISSO, ntnl we
here put the prediction upon record
that tbe Argonaut will be behind
none of its Republican cnntenipe
raries in holding cither up as the
embodiment of all that is personally
and politically ba«" and Infamous
la that event. Sia i ! an archan
gel from heaven lie vouchsafed,
through a miracle, H head the
Democratic columu, he would ex
perience exactly the same late.
All of which, wo confess, to us
bodes ill for the Republic. Unless
the whole tenor of human affairs la
reversed in favor of the Republican
party, it will not always rejoice in
an insolent ascendauey, ami its
sawer-like streams of abuse may in
time generate the infection of re
venge iv its opponents. Unless it
can be conceded that Democrats
have as much right to a participa
tion iv the government of the Uni
ted States as Republicans, unpleas
ant times are ahead for Ihe country
which the Pharisaic "I am holier
than thou" Bpirit of the Republi
can party will not be likely to
The bulk of the Congressional
elections of the Uuited Slates will
take place on (be ensuing 6th of
November. Full of consternation at
tbe plain hand-writing on the wall
which, as palpably as at the feast
of Belshazzar, betokens disaster to
the Republican party, tile leaders
of that organization are now busily
engaged iv spreading broadcast yet
one more infamous calumny
against Mr. Tilden. They charge [
bim with nn attempt to secure by
br berr, oue of the eleven electoral
votes of Florida antl Louisiana
which were all undoubtedly cast
for htm by the people of those
States. Mr. Til lea repudiates the
charge with indignation. He is
already ou record with the noble
declaration that he might lose the
Presidency but lie would uot raffle
for it. It is renily beneath
his dignity to answer a charge
so evident!/ inspired by por
tizau malignity as this
last. His indignant denial
is not accepted as conclusive by
his enemies. They reverse the
Immemorial rule of the English
common law that a mau is to be
held innocent tiil he is proven
guilty, and hold that Mr. Tilden is
guilty till he proves himself inno
cent. We admit, like Topey, that
we are desperately wicked, and we
should half like to hear that Mr.
Ti dsn had recognized the necessi
ty of meeting Ihe party of high
moral ptofessions with its own
weapons. But we are in no danger
of hearing that lie had dme so.
We formally notify Republican
a'umpera and newspaper men that,
when they shall come to assert, as
they doubtless will, In time, that
Mr Tilden murdered his aged
gnmlmnther, we 6hall not. believe
a word of it.
The Pavilion and the Agricul
tural Fairs are now things of tlie
past. They wero both emphatic
successes. The former owed much
of its prestige to the Secretary of
the Horticultural Society, Mr. L.
M. Holt, to (be energetic Superin
tendent of the Pavilion, Mr. M. H.
Kimball, and to the well known
aud popular officers of the Society.
Much ofthe edat and da-h ofthe
race programme were ilue to tbe
untiring efforts of tlie acting Presi
dent of tlie Agricultural Society,
Mr. S. W. Craigue. The Messrs.
J.G. Eastman an I F. M. Slaughter,
Dr. Crawford and Gen. Sanford
rendered acceptable and unostenta
tious service as judges all through
the race week. Special recognition
should also be made of Mr. Charles
Bono-del, of San Ruena Ventura.
Phis gentleman approved himself,
asone of tbe ju Iges, thoroughly
versed in all the rules of the turf
and the soul of efficiency and cour
tesy. Nor should'the eirleietit ser
vices of Captain J. A. Gordon,
Superintendent, ba furjot'en. He.
approved himself the right m*n in
tile right place and perfectly au
fait in all that pertained to the du
ties of his arduous p..anion. We
predict that, next year, ii ith the
Horticultural and Agricultural
Fair* will be phenomenal suc
We reserve criticism on tlie ac
tion of the Constitutional Conven
tion until matters assume definite
shape. We think the old Lafn
aphorism, "Make haste slowly,"
• PplLs boli to ibe action, anil to
the criticism of the notion, of a
Constitutional hotly. We are in
clined to think that most wisdom
Will be shown In allowing the
largest latitude to the Legislature.
Above all tilings the Constitution
of a State—its organic law—should
reflect no temporary and local
quarrels. With a few exceptions,
some of them from this sectiou, the
beat metal lv the Convention has
not yet been beard from, save in
the opening speech or President
Huge, and the people at large will
reserve their opinion uutil these
gentlemen have hail their say.
Special Postal Agent Sharp got
back from San Fruucisco yesterday
and will contiuue the Poatotßce
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
I Special to tho llekald by tba Western
Union Telegraph Company. j
Pacific Coast News.
li'ijahiit... to tan t.i»iieasily.
San Francisco, Ojl. 21.—A. K.
P. Harmon has tendered to the
University of California a flne
gymnasium, work on which will
ho commenced at once aud the
building probably completed with
iu forty days. The building will,
iv addition to its specific use as a
jyinimsium, be available for com
raercement exercises, v. it will
have a seating capacity of about
1,000, with good aeoouatic proper
Ureaiiaa OCT I'lj 1*„ImI.
San Francisco, Oot. 2l*t.—A
five year old son of John Munroe,
keeper of the Lighthouse at Pigeon
Point, while playing on the bluff,
last week, fell into the sea aud was
San Francisco. October list.—
Legal tenders, 991 bid, 99j asked;
Mexican dollars, M) bid, 90J asked;
trade dollars, 96} bid, 97 asked.
Half dollars 98} Old, 98} asked.
San Fkancisco, Oot.2l.—Wheat
— Better feeling; olioiee milling,
$1 67,@1 70: good shipping, SI 65;
fair, *l 60@1 ti-J Barley dull anil
weak; BOaat fend 90c @95c; brew
ing, $1 17f@l 25- O li- quiet; Ual
iforuia feed, $1 07@l 42f. Corn—
S'uall yellow, SI 17); large white,
SI 15. Hay unchanged. Potatoes
•rat; red, SI 05@1 25; Cuffey's
Uove, $1 85; early rose, asO.ASI 05.
Tlie G.i»atltiltlu.itlal Cmveulliiu.
Sacramento, Oct. 21.—Conven
tion assembled at ten o'clock, Judge
Belcher, President pro tern, iv the
chair. Ninety-four delegates res
ponded at roll call.
Moreland, of San Joaquiu sug
gested that there is a vacincy iv
the Convention caused hy the In
sanity of Berry of Siskiyou and
Modoc and ottering a resolution
that the Convention proceed, on
Friday, to supply such vacancy.
Larkln said that, iv considera
tion of Berry's family, he moved to
lay the resolution on the table.
Tillain seconded it. The resolu
tion went to the table.
Burt, of Placer, offered a proposi
tion increising tlie legislative
powers of Boards of Supervisors. To
the Committee on Couuty and City
Terry stated, by request of Mr.
Beck, that he desired to make nu
explanation in regard to the report
made here ou Saturday in reply to
the resolution offered by Mr. Hale.
The books presented hem, 54 vol
umes, were filled with articles of
incorporations containing all the
information asked by the resolu
tion; thai of these tbe 500 articles
yet remaining in the office are not
entered up from want nf time and
that to have condensed the infor
mation would have occupied all
tlie time of the clerical force of his
office for three mouths. He pre
sented tbe books to show tbe utter
Impossibility of complying with
tbe requst of Ihe Convention.
Larkin askeil that this subject
stand over until Hale is lv his seat;
he (Larkin) considered that Beck
had shown a want nf respect to the
Convention. The subject was then
dropped»and the Convention ad
Bit* r riiua CtucaaisMiioua.
Yuma, Oct, 21st.—The first ship
ment on October account of 22,003
pounds nf silver King concentra
tions was forwarded to San Fran
cisco to day.
aii..t by a Ctiinnmasi.
Gonzales, Cal., Oct. 21st.—At
the ranch of Messrs. Cloiigh &
Fisher, near Gonzales, a difficulty
occurred between Mr. Dirt, who
drives J. D Cochran's meat wagon,
and the I-hlnese enok When Dart
arrived at Clough & Fiehei's he
whs rather later than usual aud the
Chinaman said something lo him
about it in rather a blustering way
and commenced swearing and
calling him names. Dart knocked
the Chinaman down ami got in his
wagon lo leave, when the China
man ran Into the house, get a shot
tun and fired at Dart, the shot
taking eff'eot In the left side. The
Chinaman then ran off into the
river bottom and has not been
seen since, although a crowd was
raised as soon as the news was
brought In, but no Chinaman
could be found. There was nobody
near Ihe hoti'e when the shooting
occurred. Dart, it is feared, will
allot Hlmaeir— nrovtuail.
Portland, Ogn., Oot. 20. — John
B. Mauune committed suicide,
near Sa em, yesterday, by shnnting
himself through the head witli v
pistol. Deceased had been au in
mate of the Poor House for some
iline, and was in bad health and
depressed in spirits.
William Phillips was drowneil
here last night. He was an englneei
and, wlille in an intoxicated cmidl
lion, attempted lo get on bnatd ills
boat in tlie dark, missed bis footing
and fell overboard.
Latest Eastern News.
Tea r<tue< Treaty.
Washington, Oot. 21st.—With
reference to what has tieeu gener
ally styled the proposed coiomer
clal treaty with France, threaten
ing California interests by a re
duction of fifty per cent, of the
present rate of duty on French
wiuea and spirits, it can be stated,
on ihe heat possible authority, that
no official overture or iulnutlve
has been taken by the French
Government for a new commercial
treaty with toil country, nor has
any tieen taken by our Govern
ment. Tbe whole agitation of the
su ject proceeds merely from out
aide pressure and has not, in any
degree, reached official circles so
far as is known to our Department
nf State. It may be added Ihat
when the general public
of any auch movement, the diffi
culty of negotiating v treaty is im
nailer T-esie. la ■■mill Caraliaa.
Washington, Oct. 21»t. — The
Charleston Newt und Courier of
Saturday coutalua an ucuouut ol
the capture of a Republican meet
ing at Lantonville. S. C, on Kri
hay last by Democratic "Red
Shirls," showing conclusively that
Democrats have no fear of the re
cent ordpr of Attorney General
Deveus, but feel strong enough to
carry their policy of bulldozing
aucoeMfully through ou the d»y of
eleotion. The meeting was called
by Republicans to hear Represen
trtlve Hmalls, Republican candi
date for Congrets, and the mannei
of its capture is thug told by a din
patch to the Newt and Courier:
"This morning the negroes began
pouring In attired in their recently
adopted radical uniform of blut
sbirts. Several mounted clubs and
ot Iter dulu on foot, embracing fully
2,000 men, women aud children
gathered, when some 800 ' Red
Shirts' galloped 10, captured the
meeting and proceeded to ruu it on
a division time schedule. Rousing
Democratic speeches were made.
Smalls failed to nppear. Some
Hampton men rode 43 Ballet to
ueß|»i»«ft tv AUmlral Paulding.
Washington, Oct. 21st. —The
Secretary of tbe Navy to-day Is
sued an order announcing the
death of Rear Admiral Hiram
Paulding, iv which he speaks nl
the life ami services of deceased
and directs that ou the day of tbe
receipt of tbe order the flags ni
navy yards and Htations and of all
ships of war in commission will
be kept at half mast from sunrise
until sunset ai d thirteen mlnutt
guns to be fired at noon from all
Paeiae a'nast rr i-ai.u at rati*.
NiiW Yokk, Oct. 21st.— The of
flcial li«t of prizes awaided at tin
Paris Exposition shows that the
gold meilal presented to John Bid
well, of Cliieo, Cal , was for wheal
weighing 08 pounds per bushel. J.
Cook & 00. and A. Booth, of Port
laud, Oregon, received silver
medals for canned salmon. M
Pluinmer, of Portland, received v
bronze medal for dried fruit anil
TU. Balli <>n Wall iSlre.t.
New York, Oct. 21st.—The feel
ing on Wall street is that nearly all
the great operators are working
for a bull market, though tbe un
favorable foreign news has inter
fered somewhat with their plans
The favorite stocks are Western
Union and tho North-Westerns
Rufus Hatch, who was prominent
ly Identified with tbe successful
party In tlie Northwest last Sum
mer, predicts another rise lv these
secuuties this Fall.
IfririiMK tvitniMts r»»>Ml roar Day..
Boston, Oct. 21st.—The schoon
er Mossgleii, ftom St. Johu, New
Brunswick, for New York became
a total wreck iv the gale of Octo
ber 12th. During the night one
seaman and the steward were
washed overboard. The Captain,
mate and remainder of the seameu
lashed themselves to tlie mizzeti
chain anil after drifting four days
without food or water were picked
Kloqnaut Tsibute lv itie Nortb.
Nashnille, Oot. 21st.—Jobn F.
House, in accepting tbe Congres
sional nomination from tbe Demo
crats or the Sixth District, predict
ed that the next political contest
would he free fro in sectional hatred.
He said: "I oannot, fellow citizens,
find it iv my heart to iudulge iv
feelings of maiice towards the peo
ple of the North. When I witness
their magnanimous and generous
conduct towards ibe Southern peo
ple I feel like pulling off my hai
and standing uncovered iv their
presence. Grander than the viotory
of Appotnatox is tbe victory won
by the people of the North in their
geuerous aud noble contributions
to the stricken and suit-ring South.
Upon that fatal field the' Souih
surrendered her sword. Within tlie
shadow of the dark wing of the pes
tilence, beside I he uew made gru v< s
of her heroic SOll9 and daughters,
with bowed head and tearful eye-,
she extends her hands and surren
ders ber heart to tbe generou. ami
magnanimous North. God's own
hand has bridged I he bloody chasm.
Let not the ambition of man seek
to re-open tlie wounds and to re
kindl.. the embers of sectional
AslK.re iv Ibe Pi-sT.
Halifax, Oct. 21st.—The steam
er VeiiZiu, from Montreal, witli a
full Cargo, went ashore last night
while entering Nortii Sydney bar
bor in a fog ami high wind. Part
of the cargo will be saved, but the
vessel is supposed to be a total
Tim i'.....,,ii*ti, cablael,
Montreal, Oct. 21st —The fol
lowing additional appointments
have been made to the new Cabi
net, which is now complete: Hon.
McKenZie Howell, Minister of Cus
toms! Hon. Alexander Campbell,
Receiver-General; Hon. J. C. Ai
ken-, Secretary of State; Hon. L.
F. limy, Mi'lister of Inland Re Ve
nn. ; Hon. J. c. Pope, Minister of
Marine uud Fisheries.
European Cable News.
Terrible Kn< ro a fcl Kul in
London, Oct. Slat.—A disastrous
railway collision occurred to day at
Potitipritiil. Twelve persons are
reported killed and forty seriously
wounded. Severs! liad iheir limbs
amputated aud more deaths are
Increased « eiaaelpiloa in .On-.
London, Oct. 21.—Reports con c
from several sources that the an*
im .1 military conscription in Ger
many is to he increased by twemy
thousand men, but that the addi
tion is without political slgnifl.
cotice, being merely in consequence
ofthe increase iv population.
G.ims lino Liquidation.
London, Oot. 21st.—Jas. Morton
ii':., oue ofthe linns indebted to
the City of Glasgow Bank, have
placed their books in tbe hands of
accountants. Their liabilities are
estimated at from two to two and a
hail million pounds.
A.M-t.irr r.alaa l.lbernleil —
Kbaalal ... aud An.tr, mm Bfowa.
London, Oct. 21st.—The Fenian
convict, Clancy, who was sen
tence! in 1867, has beeu liberated.
The Ruiki Mir publishes a letter
from Tashkent), which reports Ihat
tlie AfKUan Embassy will proceed
to St. Petersburg.
A correadondent at Berlin insists
that, despite the denial*, Count
Yon Beust'a appointment as Aus
trian Ambassador at Paris Is di
rected agaiust Germany and de
clares that Count Audrussy was
obliged to consent thereto by court
influence, anil that his position la
A speoial from Durjcllng nays it
is reported with considerable show
of probability that the Ameer of
Afghanistan la strenuously endeav
oring to effect a compromise.
Ho Envoy tv tv« furlv.
London, Oot. 21. —A correspond
ent at Constantinople says that the
whole story of an Afghan Euvoy
o the Porte is untrue. No such
person is here.
Paris, Oct. 21st.—In the distri
bution of prizes the following
Americans received decorations of
the Legion of Honor: Commis
doner General Richard C. McCor
mick, wbo is made Commander;
Professor F. A. P. Barnard and
Wm. W. Btorey, who are made
officers; Auguste H. Girard, Sec
retary to the Commissioner Gen
eral, Henry Pettlt, Eugiueer aud
Architect ot the Commissioner
General's sUlt', Thomas R. Picker
ing, Superintendent of the Ma
chinery Section, Lieut. BeliJ. H.
Buckingham, U. S. Naval attaohe,
John D. Phil-rick, Superintendent
of lite Edjcatioual section, D.
Maitlanil Armstrong, Superintend
ent of th- fine arts section, Prof.
Andrew 1). White, L. L. D., juror,
Prof. Wm. P. Blake, juror, and
Prof. Edward 11. Knight, L. L. D.,
juror, are made chevaliers; Cyrus
:!. McCormick und Walter A.
Wcod, who were In 1867 made
chevaliers, have beeu raised to of
ficers; Thomas A. Edison and
Elisha Gray, of Chicago, have
been made chevaliers.
Costlltluil AZiilutt llllv.la.
Paris, Oct. 21st.—The First Lord
)f Admiralty leaves Paris to-mor
row lor Cyprus. Negotiations are
said to be pending between Aus
tria, France aud England, with
the object of securing the common
treatment of all European ques
tions as a counterpoise to Russia
and to substitute for tbe Kaiser
Bund an entente between France,
Euglaud and Austria. Count Yon
Ruest's appointment as Ambassa
dor to France is believed to be
conuected with this project.
srri'.tiU far Cou.plravr.
Madrid, Oct. 21st.— SeSor Pi y
Margol has been arrested and sent
to Seville, charged with complicity
in the recent Republican conspi
Tae ulss.uw Ballt Direct..** .ti.
Glasgow, Oct. 21st.—The Di
rectors of the City of Glasgow
Bank, arrested on a charge of fraud,
have beeu remanded until to-mor
row. Ofthe Dsrectors W. E. Tay
lor Is ex-Town Collector of Glas
gow, member of the School Board
aud partner iv a large graiu deal
ing linn in the west of Scotlaud;
Ingles is a landed proprietor in
East Scotland; Louis Potter ls a
member of a large shipping Arm in
Glasgow; Wright is a member of
an East Indiau Urmin Loudon and
Glasgow; Robert Salmond was
manager of the City of Glasgow
Bauk when it stopped in 1857;
Stewart is an Edinburgh merchant.
The arrests created v great sensa
tion but meet with geueral ap
T TliSUlaail .Hen nt Work.
Alexandria, Egypt, Oct. 21.—
A dyke on the Damletta branch of
the Nile has burst. It is impoßsi
nle to repair It and ten thousand
men are engaged in building a new
oue. The amount of damage Is
GRAND BALL !
—On tho night of—
Wednesday, Oct.23d. '78,
IN AID of Tna BUILDING FUND.
Full brats band for promenade. Orand
orchestra fordanclng. No expense or ef
'ort spared to Insure complete comfort
and pleasure. The Pavilion will bo
cleared and Cltted up lor tbe occasion.
GRAND .MASTER of oeremomm,
Mayor F. A. MacDougnll.
P Braolrj, Chas E Miles,
H M Mitch 11, D M Adams,
'thos 6 brown, X M Boss,
To Mott, V Sepulvl.t,
TE Rowan, X E Hewitc.
ASSISTANT FLOOR MANAGERS.
Geo E (lard, Robert Fckert,
L j on Looh. John V wachtt-1.
WJBrrdrick, Fred Guiol,
J Kurtz, Geo H ntc.
Fl?o. Oao VUnolo,
0 O Lipa, E A Prams,
F Miller, C W Glbaon.
Joe ttAjer, J A Grtvea.
Fred Kolller. F J Gilraore,
Morris hothchlld. M 8 Severance,
W R tlettia, Jos Mesmer,
B Hutton, Sidney Laoy,
MJ 'l hompson, Wm Stephenson,
A J Howard, .1 Lockwood,
GeoßFurinan, Frank Coulter.
Otto Papin«au, Thos Atwell,
Goo B Sattord, Will Garey,
.1 doßarib eborb, I, J Row,
1 W Lord, John Q Downey,
It 8 Baker, II E H o'Melreny,
Wm H Perry, J M Griffith,
Mayer Newtuark, A M Stephens.
John F. Godfrey. Walter 8 Maxwell,
Arth'r Hutohlnaon, HEW B»nt,
J A Moerenhaut, -Stephen M White.
TICKET*, - - ONE DOLLAR
Admitting Gentleman and Lady,
rot* Sal.' at the Pavilion und Bookstores.
Duncan MeArthur, Plaintiff, vs. Robert
Farris et al., Defendants.— seventeenth
Under and by virtue of an execution Is
sued out of the District Court of the
--Seventeenth Judicial District of tbe State
>f California, in and tor the county of
Los Angeles, snd to me directed and de
livered on tbe 2,1b day of August, A D.
I*7l, for a Judgment rendered In said
Cuurt on the 20 day of April, A. D. 1871,
in favor of Robert Karris and J. N. Vlck
or*, defendants, and against Duncan Mo-
Arthur, plaintiff, 1 have levied upon and
MONDAY, THE llth DA V OF
NOVEMBER, A. D. 1878,
At 13 o'clock n„ proceed to sell,
at tbe Court House door, In tho city ana
couuty ol Lon Angeles, State of Callfor*
nla, at public auction, to the high
est and best bidder, for cash in U. H.
--"in coin, to satisfy said execution for
Judgement and costs and all accruing
.'oats, all the right, title and interest of
snld plaintiff, Duncan MeArthur, In and
to tha following described real estate, to
The NW. v of Section 26, TownsblD 1
-South Range 1, West, San Bernardino
Meridian, ahuate In the county of Los
Angelea, State of Cul l i.,r , in.
Given under my hand at the city and
count-, of l,«s Angelas, Slate of Cailior
uia, this 18th day of October, A. D.
IH7B. H. M. MITCHELL.
By James C. Kays, Deputy. 0221 d
HA3 REMOVED TO HIS ELEGANT NEW STORE AT
6 4 3VE-A.IIST ST.,
IN THE IVfASCAREL BUILDING.
Where lie is prepared to show the ladies of Lns Angeles goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Now
is the time to come and sectiro your BARGAINS. NO COMMON TRASH sold t\t this
Establishment. All Goods as Represented.
LOOK A.IT OUK JPXfciC LES J .IST !
9,0 yards of the best American Prints $100
12 yards Lonsdale 1 00
12 yards White Rock 1 00
Cheviot Shirting lOcts. per yard
5000 yards Knowflako Dress Goods 15cts. per yard
6000 yards French A rutins 25 cts. perynrd
5000 yards Clan Plaids 25 cts. per yard
1000 yards Black Silk, gros graiu $1 per yard
100 Ladies' Dresses of tlie Latest Sty les $7 50 each
100 Ladies' Dresses of the Latest Styles $9 00 each
150 Ladies' Dresses of the Latest Styles $12 00 each
Ladies' Cloaks $0 00 each
LuUioie' Handkeruhiefsi, Napkins), Towcis, Embroidery, Hosiery,
Gloves, Luces, Now Style "Veils.
500 pairs of Mission Woolen Mills Family White Blankets at $G 00, from thi great saia of Naw'.i .11, S in
Francisco. These Blankets always sold at $10.
All Kinds of Fancy Goods at Half the Usual Prices.
a®-A full line of Ladies', Hants' and Children's SHOES. CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS
iv endless variety and AT BOTTOM PRICES. Call and examine for yourselves aud be couvinced that
this no humbug.
REMEMBER THE PLACE, 64 MAIN STREET.
IF YOU WISH TO SEE THE MOST ELEGANT STOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC.
EVER BROUGHT TO TH "ITY, CALL AT
DOTTER cfb Tl3l_-EsY ? fi=l.
**>-THEY HAVE MADE STILL FURTHER REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.-^
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Having to make room for my Winter .Goods, I offer my present
Magnificent Stock of
BOOTS dh SHOKS
At Lower Prices Than Ever Sold Before.
Those having in mind the saving of money, would do well tv call at
once. I will give BARGAINS. I KEEP NO TRASH GOOD 3. All
are of tbe best manufacture.
100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
A FARM OF ABOUT 200 aores, located
on Han Jose Creek, n ar the railroad,
five mdci we-t or Spadra. An abundant
supply of nevor-falling water. Will sell
In one body or divide Into two farms.
Terms reaaonable. Enqutraon premises
or by letter to A. P. MONROE, Hpadra,
Cal. 08 3m
SEVEN HUNDRED HEAD OF FINE
Parties purchasing; run rent the range,
if desired. Also, can have the use ofthe
corrals and outbuildings. Never tailing
water In abundance. Enquire of MKH.
SARAH JANE RUU). Uoyle Heights,
Virginia Avenue, second house from
street car depot, or MR. CHAS. Pka-
GEK, Commercial street. *>22
The stock, Fixtures and Improve
menu of the Candy and Stationery Store,
No. 64 Spring ttreat. The lease will be
transferred to the purchaser.
Mrs. Krye's Lung and Cough Syrup
constantly on naud. Mrs. Harrison's
system of dress-cutting taught In three
lessons. An Intelligence office ls now
opened, and those wishing help can he
fruppliad and those wishing employment
can obtatn desirable situations.
Also, FOR SALE CHttAP, a house and
barn, pleasantly located on a corner lot,
said lot containing a great variety ot
fruit and shade trees, shrubs and vinos,
for other Information Inquire at MRS.
J. S. FRYE'S, No. 64 Spring St. oclO
WAGONS FOR SALE.
A splendid chance to buy a fine spring
wagon, nicely uttoti up for peddling dry
goods and notions In the country; also a
light two-horse, spring wagon. Will be
■old cheap, as the owner has no further
use. Inquire at H. ONSTOTT'S Maiket,
81 Spring street. o:i<Mw
A Cigar Stand in the best location in
tbe city, with or without stock. Apply
at the Herald office. 119 3t
The best corner for a restaurant In tha
city, oorner Spring and Flrat streets.
Apply to R. NADEAU, No. 8 First streel.
Furnished Rooms for Rent
In the PONET BUILDING. Main street.
On* suite of front, rooms and single
rooms to suit, with good view of tbe city.
Hot and cold batbaand gaa all through
the bouse. Enquire on premiees of Mrs.
Rooms and Board.
Gentlemen and their wives and single
gents nan be accommodated with board
and flne, large, front rooms, containing
all modern conveniences and homoeoni
forts, at tha
New High street, only one Jjlook
from tho Postoffloe ana Court House, and
•ommanda a a harming view of mountain
and valley. Jeietr
As QAKDENF.It or ATTENDING TO
HOKSKS. Has bad experience both In
this country and Europe. The best lef
erencescan be given. Address F. A.,
Herald oitlce. ohjlw
A WIDOW WANTS HOVttJ OHlL
dren to board. Enquire at Mil-.
TAYLOR'S, Hone streoi, tbo fourth
house east ol Sixth sticcl, o9
A practical orchardist, with experi
ence and training in semi-tropical fruit
culture, with unexceptionable reier
ences, Is warned. Apply by letter 10 V.
P., Box 1428, Loa Angeles. s2Btt
A gold penholder, which wilt be re
turned to the owner on payment of thin
ai. H. It. BROWN.
In this city, Monday. October nth, a
■mull, hook-shaped gold LOCKET, with
family pictures— ot Utlio value, except, to
owner. i'be finder will ho buUahiy re
warded hy leaving the same ut 11. New
ni&rkife (Jo.*** Loh Augeles street. olslw
Uy a strictly private family, two Hue
rooms, eitgaiuly furnished,tmigiy oren
suite, on tne moht desirable residence
street In the city, with convenient hath
room, supplied with hot nnd cold water.
Relerences given itnd requiied. Address
A.. Hekali> oihce.
Furnished Rooms A: Boarding
ON FRANKLIN STREET.
Third house from tho corrne of Fort St.
Loat. Salnrday afternoon, on Alameda
streel, between tbo new nnd old depots
of trie southern Pacific R.ilrond.a fit
ver cased Wallham watch with sieel
chain. The above reward will bo paid
on the return ofthe watch to the H kkai.d
oillce. 020-81 WM. BODINE.
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Mill sis.
09-UOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. ol'itf
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor to Chris. Henne) Proprietor.
Tho CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST
RRILLIANT LAGER BEER South of
Orders for DRAUGHT or rOTTLED
lii t .X promptly attended to.
The celebrated Boor from this Brewery
denes competition In tho Stat*. mrt-tf J
A. McKE NZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
!-!. ft H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From tbelr agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
a Co., Sau Francisco; ulso,
J. H. CUTTEIV.I
Old Bourbon and Rvo
From theiragcnts, A. I\ llotalltif & Co.,
Hun Francisoo, by the X itl ■ or
Galtun,at wholesale prices.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
la provided wltb tha pares.
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
SW ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Malu street, near Court, Los Aiut«lee.
The Teachers' Institute of Los Angeles
county wilt meet at
IntheCllyor Los Angeles,
MONDAY, Nov. 4th, and continue
in session five days,
Hon. K. 9. Carr, Superintendent of
Publlo Instruction, Prof. A. L. Mbdo,
City Supeimteudent Schools, Bnn Fran
ci-co. Prof. H. H. Norton, of the Biai«
Normal Hchool, Mrs. Jeanne C. Carr,
Deputy Superlnteudent Publlo Instruc
tion, and J. P. Widney, M. P., have been
Invited and are expecied to assist la the
work of the institute.
Tho attention of teachers employed in
the Public Schools In ihe oouuty W culled
to Sec. lotiOoi tbe Sohool Law, which re
quires ihera to attend (he Institute and
participate In Its proceeding.
All teachers, school officers and per
sons Interested In the cause of education
are Invited to be present.
W. P. MrDONALD,
County Superintendent Schools.
Los Angeles, Oct. 10, 1878. olltd
IN THE MOST DESIRABLE PART OF
THE CITY. VIZ: PART OF THE
Washington Garden Tract.
FIFTY LOTS COIIOO, OOxIM and 611x120 ft.
Sale to take place on
TUESDAY. Oct. 22d,
ON THE PREMISES,
AT OX IE O'CLOCK £». M.
«ssT POSITIVE SALE FOR CASH. "Wl
Buy n, lot while you can AT YOUR
E. W. NOYES,
DAVID J. HEALY,
CAS ft STEAM FITTER,
161 MAIN STREET.
•as-All work warranted llrst-alaas.'va
Jobbing attended to with despatch. olStf