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WEDNESDAY. OCT. 28, IS7B
Herald Steam Printing House.
mo Herald mi earn pnntin* Rouse Is
not surpassed by any Job Printing office
ub the Pacific Coast, outside or Man Fran*
else). In facilities for doing Job worn,
Xaiw prices, good work and expedition
vaa* he relied upon at thle office.
Our Relations with Mexico.
The New York 6'un of October
lllth contain* a long San Frauchco
letter in which the visit ot General
Sherman to the Mexican frontier is
dwelt upon as indcative of ap
proaching wsr. The Sun repub
llihea tbe edltoriai which appeared
In this paper the day after Gen.
Sherman's visit, and in which we
■poke of the immiuent probability
that the United States would,
'within ninety days thereafter, if a
Strong Congressional support could
be secured for the piojeot, se z
Mataraorae and tlie right bank ot
the Bio Grande, The .Yuri's corres
pondent takei the same view w<
did of tbe rapidity with which the
Southern Pacific Railway is being
pushed iuto Arizona. Referring ti
Gen. Sherman's letter to the late
Gen. David D. C dtou, the Sun'i
Why the General should tiiank
tbe officers of the road "personally
and officially" may perhaps br
gathered from a closer scrutiny of
the epistle. "I he publlo conven
ience is so great" he continues, "es
pecially to the troops who garrison
tbe Aritona post', that I, as then
head, venture to offer you ihanks
and to express an earnest hope
that iv due lime your labors am'
enterprise will be duly rewarded."
Carteluly Geu. Sherman lias not
feit impelled to write a eiinhar let
ter to the gentlemen composing the
St. tsouie, Atchison and Santa !•'(•
Railroad Company to acknowledge
hie "personal aud official obliga
tions to them for their enterprise in
pushing a similar road Into the
name region Irotn the E»»t; nor m
*Xem IScott and Ins associates of tin
Texas and Pacific road; nor to tin
projectors of any of the other pro
posed transcontinental roads. That
be knew of such enterprises is
manifest, for he continues: ''To
tbe military authorities it makes
little difference witli which of these
two roads (those oomiug from the
East) you ultimately make connec
, ttou; but meanwhilu every mileol
railroad you build eastward is ot
great importance to us"—the mili
tary. Again, not being able, ap
parently, lo getaway from the mil
itary view, tne General says:
Arailr.ial ra,t and west, through Ari
aona in a "great civil iser " and wilt ens
•le the military au hi.rlties to m mi no
peso* a.d or.tor emotliC Indians as Wei I
•is .'be jasaiel »s dan . .v s class of rub
ben, who oi late lev.: so mucn lacieaseJ
la number and boldness.
In view of the fact that only a
coupleof weeks ago Gen. Sherman
rode lv an ambulance from Pres
colt to Yuma attended only by
Gen. McCook aud the driver of tin
ambulance, and whs unmolested
throughout Hie tedious and lone
some journey, the danger from rob
bers dues not appear so clear. Bui
tbe explanation of the wliule is to
I am Informed that too contemplate
a i extension IV ou I'umi oaitw.ird in
isanta Fa, New Mus-iuo, and thst abou.
100 miles to Mo ianpa Wells aie to be
c 'litraoted .or at once. Though 1 did noi
paas over that pari leiilar route, I posse-g
officially. Information inou 4 b to *h.
that such extension will be most valua
bio tolbe inltl'a'y authorities, lam
further of oin oo that every uilie o r new
railroad sr.mh and east f.om Yuma win
be important in Mexico, aud thus cause
friendly re. a ion- und see re peace oi
th it nai.liu v b >r ler. U t i tils point I am
so clear that I nave no obj -ctli.n lo youi
nslog this letter, with l> c understandim.
that o In wrl'teii wltbo.it eouKiiltaiion
with the War Departs*, -at i.f nur Gov
eminent, bit almost cer'.ata that U w::.
meet with lis sanction.
Bo much for the letter. If any
Intelligent reader fails to see why
it was wi Itteu and the purpose i 1
was designed to snhserve, he will
be better h.f irraed hereaf er.
In this connection it Is Interest
Ing to note theoplnionsof the Two
Jtepubliet. a newspaper published
In the English lauguage in the city
of Mexico. In its issue of Sept. 21st
It contains the following comments
On the Mexloan policy of Mr.
Preeldent Dial saw at a glance
the disorders which prevailed nu
'the Rio Grande, and with Ihe high
eat sense of public duty and an in
flexible purpose he commenced his
labors in that direction. In less
than a year these evils had dimin
ished to a notable extent, showinp
that he was performing his duty ii:
good faith. For nearly b year pas'
there has not been a raid between
the mouth of ihe Rio Grande and
Piedras Negrss, which comprises
both mars-Ins of that rl Ver where
there are any settlem-tits, and the
raids ere now confined to the wil
dern»*» regions where Ihe Indian
eannnt be successfully wa died and
punished. Mr. Everts saw in
this Improved aud improving con
dition of things, that his "trump
card" was railing 'mm his hand,
and that the Mexican question, as
It then commenced to be called,
had lo be Intensified ami had to
become a subject of constant agl
teflon or he would fail to make his
Hence the Issuance of the cele
brated "ordei" lo General Or I
•oil as the robbing raids fnm Mcx
ten diminished, ihe McKenzie
raids increased ami oecame more
end more formidable in their mil
itorj demons!i al inn-. At tbe
present day, when the robbing
raids have ceased entirely on the
lower Rio Grande and when Gen.
Diaz has proven his good faith and
done more than all of his prede
cessors, these Invasions of Ameri
can troops continue al suitable in
lervals, keeping up a continunl
War excitement, menacing tlie
peace of (he two countries. Insult
ing tbe Mexican population and
exasperating their feelings, with
every appesiatnc if not Willi the
Inleutlou, of promoting a war.
If our Mexican contemporary
lias given a truthful picture of the
teudeuoy of Mr. Hayes's policy
tho views advanced by us will not,
en reflection, seem so improbable
M tbey did to tome of the San
Yranelsco jouruala. These latter
■apposed, as a matter of course,
that nothing uf an Importaut char
acter relative to Gen. Sherman's
grip could be gleaned by any but
their own corps of interviewers.
The Sunt correspondent further
It must bo remembered that this
newspaper (the Herald) is speak
ing immediately sf er a visit by
General Sherman to the city where
ills printed, and not uulikely re
flects opinions or expresses views
nased upon inforniatiou dropped
by that eminent soldier during his
visit. Indeed, the Herald, after
protesting that it has not hitherto
believed a war with Mexico proba
ble, vow says, as prefatory to Its
warlike editorial, that "within the
pust forty - eight hours we have
been placed in possession of facts
aud tli -ones which have led us to
utterly change our opinion."
As we stated at the time, the In
formation obtained by ns came In
a form which involved secrecy.
Everything that has transpired
since General Sherman's visit
teuds to confirm us in a favorable
opinion of the reliability of our in
Day by day we hear the cackle
of imbeciles who are talking about
the Democratic parly losing
ground. This is all founded upon
Uie fact that the Republi
cans of Oliio have a plu
rality several thousands less thai,
the majority which that State
gave to Hayes in 1873. On tbe
other hand, the Democratic major
ity Is precisely twice what it was
in Indiana In 1570. Hut the strug
gle was absolutely for members of
C ingress, and nothing else. In tbe
pesent House of Representative ■
Uie Deme.crits have 152 and the
Republicans Hd members. Lot us
suppose that the Congressional
L'ltctions had been ended iv Octo
ber, and reclton up how the case
would stand. The Republicans
lave lost four members in Maine
and Vermont. Although two of
tlie new members are Democrats
we will Have them iv a greenback
corner by themselves., They, bow
uver, reduce the Republican roll
from UO to 130. Iv addition the
Democrats have gained outright
six members of Congress iv Unio
and 'udiaiia. That would le.luce
tlie RepuUlcan membership from
130 to 130 ainf increase the Demo
cratic membership from 152 to 153.
Allowing the Democratic victory
Iv Oregou to olTset the Republican
victory Iv Colorado—each State
has but one member of Congress—
that is J list the way the case stands
to-day. That is to say, if Ihe Cou
greest'juul elections were closed to
day, instead of a Democratic ma
jority of 12—as In ihe present
House of Representatives —we
should have a clear Democratic
majority of 23, which is about half
wiiat It will really be in the next
Congress. Goon with your Repub
lican victories at that rate, say we!
But a sensible Republican will feei
like exclaiming, as PyrllUS did on
v certain memurahle occasion,
"one more such victory and 1 am
We are glad to note, by our tol
eg ni=, that tiie San Frauolsio
Chamber of Commerce, yielding to
the exposlulatious of tbe Herald,
lias reversed its actiou ou the pro
jected French treaty, aud pro
nounced against it. Iv behalf ot
Los Angeles county and Calilorula
at large, we beg to return si ucere
thanks to that body. They have
realized that, better late than
never, one should hi "responsive to
the interests of one's own section.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[Special to the IlauALll by tbe Western
Unloa Telegraph Cimrany.
Pacific Coast News.
Tlie reuallluMiinr** fJ*HVffl»s|ae),
Sacramento, Oct. 22 —The Con
vent inn met at 10 o'clock.
Hul>- oil .leu v r luiion reciting
In- resolution |mssi d oy the Con
vention on Hit' I7iii, requesting the
Secretary of Stale to furnish the
Convention a detailed statement
connected wllb corporations, other
11 inn municipal, formed in the
Slate, and further reeltlug the He
lion of the tteofetnty In forwnrdlng
the volumes .a which records of coi«
pomtlons ere euiereil, concluding
ns follows: " I'hai it is the sense 01
the (Jouventiou that the Secretary
••! State has not complied either In
letter or spii it wlih the resolution
of the Convent'on; also, that it is
hie reasonable duty lo furnish auuh
slatement in writing, or no much
tbeieof as be Is reasonably able to
furnish, and that if he is unable lo
comply v.l h the request of the
Convention, to report the cause of
Hale made a speech in support of
tlie resolution, declaring that the
levity which bail beeu exhibited
in this matter was most ill timed.
lJ'.iei in r, ot San Diego, MOOud'
eil the resolution, declaring that
the reply of the Secretary of State
was neither courteous uor aatislac-
Terry had noobjecllon to the res
olution, but Secretary Buck had
cumplied with the lnleuliuu of the
Wlekex, of Nevada, submitted an
amendment, tbat v committee be
appointed to make audi exainina
lion of tlie books of incorporations
as will deter mine wb tber lite de
mand of the Convention was incon
Harry seconded the amendment.
1 -al i.o suggested that the whole
matter be referred to the Commit
lee 011 Corporations, and offered a
resolution to that effect.
Howard, of Los Augeles, sec
Noel, of Lake county, moved the
Indefinite postpouemeut of the
O'Duineil supplemented the
previous resolution by auother that
tlie whole subject matter go to the
table, which was Heaonded by
Reddy, from Inyo, The motion by
O'Oounell was lost by a viva voce
vote, aud the question then oaoaa
on Taint's proposition to refer tlie
whole subject to the Committee on
Corporations. On a call of the
roll this was defeated—ayes 62,
nnes94. When U'Domiell's name
was called, no response being
made, Beerstecher, O'Sullivan and
other representatives of the Work
ingmen's party insisted that
O'Oonnell should vote, but that
gentleman failed to comply with
their request. The amendment fer
reference lo v speciul committee
was lost, when the original motion
offered by Hale was agreed to.
Edgerton presented a memorial
for the recognition of .Sunday ata
day of rest, aud submitted a propo
sition carrylug out the same to the
Committee on Bill of Rights.
Wiekes presetited a proposition
against office seeking.
Filcber relative lo revenue and
Wilson, of Ban FraucNco, pre
sented the report of the Judiciary
Committee, in favorof Judge Faw
cetl's eligibility to his seat, and the
same was ordered printed and made
tlie special order for Thursday at 11
O'Douuell oflered a resolution
that the Attorney Otneral should
Oe requested to obtain the decision
of the U. S Courts concerning the
Burlingauie treaty, especially with
reference to the eligibility of the
Chinese to citizenship, and the
right of tlie State to protect iUell
rroiu the influx of vagrants and
dangerous classes. Adopted.
Barbour oft-red a resolution that
the Assessor ot ban Fmncisco Tur
in »h the Convention with the as
i-essnients on mining slock for the
la-t fiscal yeai; also, of church prop
erty and land ou whicu thu same
SeVerul new propositions for the
Constitution were submitted aud
re fen cd.
Adjourned at 11:50.
San Francisco, Oct. 23J.— Ray
mond 4 Ely levies an assessment
B«.i rranelaeol'onrl Hems.
San Francisco, Oct. 221.— The
trial of the ca>e of William F.
Btbcuek, Tihurcio Parrott, Wil
liam Baucook aud l.ouls R. Parrott,
doing bualMM under the flrna
name of Parrott & Co. vs. William
It. Briggs, Patrick Connor and Ed
ward Morris begau ilns morning in
the Fourth District Court. The
case Is watched with much interest
as It Involves the question as to
whether the money alleged to be
lost by Ver Mehr, formerly in tlie
employment of Parrott & Co., but.
now an inmate of Han Quentiu on
nonvietion of embezzlement, which
money was the property of his em
ployers, can be recovered from the
deleudants at whose gambling
house it was lost. Ver Mehr was
brought over from San Queutiu as
a witness in the case.
The Exchequer stockholders
have re electetl the old Directors
The Coroner's Jury iv the case of
Thomas L. Smith, one of the pro
prietors of the shooting gallery
821 Kearney street, who was shot
mi Saturday by E Iwiu H. Ladd, a
brother of the partner of the de
ceased, returned a verclic' to day to
the effi.ot that the killing was acci
dental, Ihe charge of manslaught
er against Ladd was continued in
the Police Court to-day on il to
morrow, pending the ie«ult of the
r«ie Chamber uf dimmeree Oi>.
I>ii.ill to Hi-- Freticll I'eeAiy.
San Francisco, Oi't. 221.—The
Chamber of Commerce held a meet
ing this afieruonii at which the
subject of the proposed treaty with
Krai.cc and its efl\.-c's upon »nr
wme Interests was takeu up. A
letter was received fro v the com
niittee representing Hie violent*
(ural interests of Southern Califor
nia, selling forth the mignitude of
ibe winoHiid brandy interest in
mat section aud protesting against
any reduction in the present tariff
ill French wines ami iquors. The
Chamber, after an iuleiestiug dis
cussion, ml ipied a resolution op
posed to such feductiou.
IJhi-u-'s B*s Mali.
San Francisco, Oct. 22 I.—Yes
t-Tilay iv the Twelfth Di-trici
Court the action of Burke vs. Fi"od
et at. in rrC 'Ver the tnfls of $35,
01)0 0 0 wan dismis-ed a*ag*inst de
fendants 8. Heydenfel.lt, C Fisli,
Ueo. Walh.ce, lien R. Wells, El
ward Birron, the Pacifl) Mill uud
Mining Company, the Viiginla
nudOold Hilt Water Company aud
the Nevada Biuk.
Monni ,la lire* Hear Auftbrlm-
J'e. • ui-il.'U of Uee auil M.t-.si
ANAHEIM, Oct. 22d.—A fierce
tiro ha' been raging In the moun
tains back of Anaheim for two
days, and tc-nlght tlie scene i
giaud bcyoutl description. A con
tinuous nell of fire can be seen for
eight miles. Thousands of acresof
valuable sheep feed will be de
-troyed aud it is likely that some
bee ranches will meet the same
fate. The fire is now raging ou the
S*n Joaquid rancho aud the h.s.
iv feed on that rauclio alone will
amount to thousands of dollars.
i.uli Be>*B> «ess*a rever INjutrlbu.
8a nt a Barbara, 0)t. 22.d—
Mayor Chainntilaiu to-ilay sent $83
more to th» Howard Also* atiou a
Me iiphia in aid of the fever suffer*
etc, making a total of $743 Irom
this souro ■, with sundry auiai eeni
privately and by Wells, Furgo &.
Co. Santa Barbara has conirib
uied about one lliouiand dollars.
Next mouth <J. W. Whiltemoie, »
prominent musician here, will give
a promenade concert lor the same
The ladies of the Unitarian So
ciety are givin; a series of parties
to raise fuuda for building a church.
The Society numbeis about ninety.
Fires are reported in the upper
amnion of the county and consider
able feed will be destroyed.
ratal Wrangle Over m Dee's
Williams, Oct. 221.—A quarrel
occurred last evening, six miles
west of this place, on Jack Brim's
ranch, between Brim's China cook
and his aheep herder, which re
sulted iv the death of the latter.
Tlie herder came in from work at
hulf-psst live last evening and
a-ked tho cook for something to
feed bis dog. The Chinaman re
plied that ho must wait, as there
was nothing for him. Angry
words fohowed, until the tinnier
clinched with the cook. In ihe tight
Ihe Cuinaman drew v knife and
stabbed his antagonist iv Ibe left
lung. The Chinaman called in the
ranch bauds anil told them what
had oconrred. A man was imiue
diately diipalohed lo Ibis place for
a doctor and an ofilner. Tbe
wouuded man lingered until 9a. M.
to-day, when death ensued. Soon
after tbe deed waa committed tbe
Chinaman left the ration, and up
to this time the officers have not
succeeded In capturing him. De
ceased was a native of Oakland,
and had been In Mr. Brim's em
ploy for the past four years.
Brills* I'ulambl. Eleeiluus.
Victoria, Oct. 22d.— The elec
tion for Ihe House of Commons re
sulted In the return of Sir John
MacDouald by a vole of nearly two
to one over tbe other two candi
dates and the return of Mr. De-
Comos by a majority of 58 over Mr.
Latest Eastern News.
Hsjei Using lo Auttlher r air.
Washington, Oct. 22.—Presi
•leut Hayes will accompany Gov
eruor Carroll,of Marylautl, to Cum
berland ou Thursday uext to visit
the Agricultural Fair.
Seuator Patterson is here ami hail
au Intel view Willi Attorney-Gen
eral IJevens to-day regarding South
Carolina utl'airs. He has not been
in the State for many mouths and
has no intention of going there.
Postmaster-General Key is ex
pected here Saturday trou his trip
tv the Pacilie Coast.
Washington, Oct. 22 —Informa-
tiou has been received at the Mint
Bureau that the recent order for
the purchase if gold bullion at
Uharlotte, N. C, and Denver, Colo
rado, Is a complete success.
The Cabinet wag in session to
day. The heads of several Depait
menls presented estimates lor the
next fiscal year which were reducetl
to tbe lowest figures possible in
view of the falling off in revenue.
Pile aggregate amounts required
will not vary materially from the
appropriations for the present fiscal
year, Willi the exception of the de
ficiency In the Postoffltia Depart
ment and increased expenditures
iv the Indian Office.
Land umee Slum lliliu Di-elllns.
Washington, Oct. 22d.—The
Commissioner of the General I, in.l
Office, in d elding the matter of
the Hope Mining Company's ap
plicatiou for a patent for the Potosi
lode, announces the following new
and Important ruling Iv regard to
the width or all lode claims. Re
lerring to section 2321), revised
statutes, which provides that no
claim shall exteutl more than three
hundred feet on each side of the
vein at the auifaoe. He says, when
I lie vein outctops at the surface
there Can be no question as lo the
point from which the lateral meas
urement must begin, but when the
d scovery shaft develops the vein
at some distance below the surface
aud the locator doea uot determlue
by any further prospecting that the
nearest actual surface point is else
where aud the fall does not
otherwise appear, I am of opinion
that the point of the vein so dis
covered must be assumed to be the
middle of the Vein and the lateral
measurement must be calculated
therefrom. The law is inaudatnry
ami contemplates that but three
hundred feet shall bo taken nn
either side of the vein and compli
ance with the law necestitates the
Axing of the point from which
these measurements begin. I
think Ihe rule above indicated is
the only one practicable. In this
easu tlie width of tlie claim ou one
side being more than three hun
dred feet from the discovery
opening, the plot and field notes
are returned to the Surveyor Gen
eral for correction. AH oilier ob
jection* and protests against the
company's application are, how
II; do, ftniwi* & <ii. Under.
New York, 0.-t. MJ.—The sus
pension ut !>• d i, Brown & Co., of
Si. Louis, big oaueed much excite
ment in the dry goods trade of this
city. The greater portion of their
nubilities arc ill New York.
Superv.sore ef Elect lime.
CnARLE3TON, S. C, Oct. 22 —At
n special term of tbe U 8. OltOUlt
Court belli bere to day, by Ju ige
Uond, of Baltimore, Supervisors of
Elections wete appointed for eacb
precinct lv tbe Slate. Oisiriot At
torney Northrop says he had oath
tug to d i with the arnst tif three
or four Democrats on Friday last
lor violation nf section 5,530 in con
nection with the Sumier outrage
and lie knows nothing übout the
Pr. alileiat efsjta I'ani.iUa.l sj«-uate
Toronto, Out. 22 —Senator Wil
mo>, nf New Brunswick, will be
President of theSeiiate und a mem
ber of the Government without a
Dleil rri',l. Ills Injuries
BoSTON, Olt. 221.—ThM, Ma
honey inn's ii in of Lowell, died to
day from injuries received in the
Wnlhision disaster, making 21
deaths thus far.
Barkik, Out., Ojt. 22J.— Two
trains on the Hamilton aud North
western Kiilwny collide 1 near
here to-day. Both engines and
several cars were wrecked and
three employes seriously injured.
M>ubesi.tt E'ec.iuM tVeiv Uuei*i,eti-
St. Paul, Oct. 221.—Judge Brill,
nf the District Court, decides that
so much of the election law passed
last winter us requires the number
ing of ballots to correspond with a
numbered poll list Is Uuconslitu
lional becsuse opp iso 1 to the prin
ciple of the, secet u.nlot. The law
is peculiarly strii'geut and has at
tracted much attention.
European Cable News.
lUe 1u.in,.,, 1)11 II
Vienna, Oct. 22.—The Austrian
Budget for 1X79 estimates a deficit
or 15.3U7.74U t\ inus, wiiicli, It Is
proposed to cover, either hy issue of
gold rents or by an addttiou to the
Tne I'llriimuuliiHi'i end Miieleluie,
Berlin, Oct. 22.— The iVorrTi Ger
man Qazettt, coiuiuenliiig upon
the Ultramontane opposition to the
Socialist Bill, declares thut so loug
as the Utlruinoiitane parly in tlie
Keichitag forms a centre around
which all eleni'iut* blindly hostile
tv the Empire of Prussia group
themselves, every ut tempi to ter
minate the trouble by a peaceful
Understanding will bo fruitless.
Muciatiai mm* liaaiai-need
Paris, Oct. 22d.—The trial of
thirty-eight persons arrested for
the leneut al tempt to hold a rjoclai
ist Workiiigraeu'e Congress, bus
oommeuued. The proseouilon al
1-ges that the prisoners bad rela
tions with fon lgu Socialists.
"Yes," the Indian Commissioner
said, lv a low tone of regret—"Yes,
I believe it is tiue that the ('hey
eunes were compelled to leave
their reservation because they
were being starved to death; but
then, you see, If the Indians had a
good common school education and
cmid sing Moody and Sankey'a re
vival ballads they wouldu't care so
much about something to eat." —
A Row of Pearls
Glistening through coral lips la certainly
a pleasing object; but a row of discol
ored, bespeak led teeth In any mouth at
alt is a grievous drawbick. Add to title
that sucu a set of teeth Isuiually accom
panied by impure breath, and oue can
scarcely imagine anything more oblee
tjonaiilo. BOISODONT, the great purifier
of the btealh and whltener of the teeth
obvlmes this state or the mouth com
pletely, re-culug Its dental occupants
from destruction, anu counteracting the
Influence upon the euamel ol acid secre
tions lv lbs mouth.
U anted" to Kent,
ily a gentleman, a permanent resident,
at a moderate rent,a nice, well-iurnlshed
room,located Hbove Fortstreetand with
in three or four blocks of Temple block,
liestuf references furnished If desired.
Address"ltoomer," Herald offleo, stating
lowest terms aud particulars. uKJtt
By a strictly private family, two tine
rooms, elegantly furnished,singly oren
sinte, ou tne most desirable residence
street In tlie city, with convenient bath
room, supplied witti hot and cold water,
tleleivncca Klveu aud requited. Addretss
A.. IiEUALP OliiCt,.
PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS.
The undersigned will commence tho
payment, of premiums awardo 1 at tho
Horticultural Fair on WEDNESDAY,
O lober 231, JB7B. at I o'clock p. M, at the
-oc c y'-tortice. No. 6 Odd Fellows' Mock,
and continue payments during business
h« urs "i each day, until ull premiums
tsuo.esiful competitors desiring to as
sist lv completing the Pavilion can ren
der the huclety v fnvor by apply]bg
ih<-,r premium* on mcmbershiuot dues
a c >uut.
o|l*lW T.. M. UOLT, Secretary.
The Wonderful Mimic
SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 26,
Introducing a number of NEW aii'l
OKIGINAL SPECIALTIES never bo
fore given lv ttili Oils', assisted by
THE BEST LOCAL TALENT.
ADMISSION „ 60cts.
Nailery 36 cts.
Reserved Seats 2t> ots.dxlm.
In the Count}' Court
Of the County of Los Angeles, State
SAMUKL H. WIN 1 Kit )
HIS CRIiDITORH. J
Pursuant lo an orJer of the Hon. A. M.
siephons, Judge of the said County
Coun, noUWfels hereby given to all the
creditor* of said Insolvent, Samuel H.
vVlnter, to be and appear before tbe said
Judges lv open Court, at the Court-room
of said Coun, at the Court House, In the
city aud county of Los Aogeles.on the
tfth dty ol November, A. D. JB7S, at 10
o'clock a. ic of that day, then and tbore
t<j show cause,if a>iy ihw can. why the
prayer oi s ild Insolvent sh >uld not be
gta-ae I aud an assignment o> his estate
be made an i he be discharged from bis
uchb and liabilities, In pursuance toth«
statu elu such rosea madeand provided;
and in ihe meantime all proceeding*
again>L sai l iiiKovent be -tayed
W tness mv hand aud i be seal of t»ald
Co .rt. thU22d day or October, A. 1». 1878.
[Seal ] A. W. POTTS.
By C. F. Deputy.
AT in E
—On the tilgbt of—
IN AID or the BUILDING FUND.
Fall brass band for promenade. Grand
otcbeatra foroanclng. No expense or ef
ort spared tv Insure complete comfort
and pleasure. Tlie Pavdlnn will be
ciearcd and tilted up for the occasion.
GRAND MASTER Of OEBEMOMSB.
Mayor F. A, MacDougall.
P Brauirj, C'has B Miles,
n M Mitch It. D M Adams,
'i hos B Uruwn, i M hoss,
T v Mott, y sepulvda,
TKfcowan, t. X in w X..
ASSISTANT FLOOR UANAOEUS.
Qeo R Oard, Robert Eckert,
Leon Loeti John V wacbtel,
W 3 Br, drlek. Fred 00101,
J Kurtz, Qeo H Mke,
Frano >coF!'o, Oso Vlinolo,
0 U l Ips, X A Preme,
t Miller, U w Gibson,
Joe aAj or, J A Or ires,
Fretl Kotiler. F J Ollreore,
M irrls r.otbchlld. M 8 b*verance,
w a c tns, Jos Mesnier,
8 Button, Hlilney Lae>,
■i 'i hotnpson, Win Steptieuson,
A J Howard, J Li.ckwood,
tteo H Furman, Frmk ooalcer,
otto Fapin»au, Tho, Atwell,
Oeo 8 salt rd, Wnl Qsrey,
1 deßarth fcburb, I. J Boie,
I w Lord, Jobn G Downey,
X 8 Baker, U X H O'Melveny,
Wiu H Pt-rry, jHOrltßtb,
M-yt-r Newmark, A M Btepbens,
Jobn K. Godfrey, Walter 8 Maxwell,
Artb'r Hut stilus,,n. BK W B'nt,
J A atoereaUaut, Stephen M White.
TICICET.H, - - ONE DOLLAR
Admitting Gentleman and Lady,
if or Mule at tbe Pavilion and Dookstorcs.
NEW YORK BREWERY
.-.0c.-essor lo Ckirla, Heuue) Proprietor.
fast CUKARKST. I'UREfcl' and MUST
i.1.,1.1.1 ANT I.At.KR BKER South of
Omers lor DRAUGHT or LOTTLED
He e.K promptly attended to.
The nelebrated Boer from this Brewery
UeOes oompeUUon In the Mate. suMr
HAS REMOVED TO HIS ELEGANT NEW STORE AT
64 JVC AIIST ST.,
IN THE MASCAREL BUILDING.
Where he is prepared to show the iadies of Los Angeles goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Now
Is the time to come and secure your BARNAIN-s. NO COMMON TRASH sold at this
Establishment. All Goods as Represented.
LOOK JL.T OUR PRIOjE LIST!
?0 yards nf Ihe liest American Prints n $1 00
12 yards Lonsdale 1 00
12 yards White Rock - 1 00
Cheviot Shirting..*, lOcts. per yard
5000 yards Snow flake Dress Goods 15 eta. per yard
5000 yards French Artnins 25 cts. perynrd
5000 yards Clan Plaids 25ots. per yard
1000 yards Black Silk, gros grain - $1 per yard
100 Ladies' Dresses of tlie Latest Styles $7 50 each
100 Ladies' Dresses of the Latest Styles $9 00 each
150 Ladies' Dresses of the Latest Styles *12 00 each
Ladies' Cloass $0 00 each
Lntlic-K' HumlUor-olilitss, Nnpkluiii, Towcis, Kmt>rold«-i-y, Hosiery,
Gloves, Luces, New wtylo Veils.
500 pairs of Mission Woolen Mills Family White Bankets at $8 00, from the great sale of Newuill, Sin
Francisco. These Blankets always sold at 510.
All Kinds of Fancy Goods at Half trie Usual Prices.
B©-A full line of Ladles', Gents' and Children's SHOES. CLOTHING and FfJRNrSHINO GOODS
iv endless variety and AT BOTTOM PRICES. Call an I examine for yourselves aud be convinced 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 THIS ITV, CALL AT
DOTTER cfi? 3TjB Y'S.
US" 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 cfe SHOES
At Lower Prices Than Ever Sold Before.
Those having iv mind the saving of money, would do well to call at
once. I will give BARGAINS. I KEEP XO TRASH GOOD?. All
are of the best manufacture.
100 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
A FARM OF A BOUT aoo acres, located
on san lose Creek, n ar tbe railroad,
live m 10. we tot .spadra. Au ahuniiani
supply of never-falling water. Will sell
lv one body or divide Into two fsrms.
Terms reasonable. Enquireon premise*
orbyletlerto A. P. MONROE, Hpadra,
Cal. i>3 3n
SEVEN HUNDRED HEAD OF FINE
Parties purchasing can rent the range.
If de&lred. Also, can have tlie use oi the
corrals and outbuildings. Never tailing
water In abundance. Enquire ef M its.
ma It All JAsE RUr-O, Boyle Heights.
Virginia Avenue, secmd house irom
Btreet car depot, or MR. CHAS. PtIA
OEH. Commercial street. 522
The stuck, Fixtures and Improve
ments of the Candy and stationery Store,
No iA Sprint,' It reel. Tlie lease will hu
transferred to tho purchaser.
Mix, Krye's Lung and Cough syrup
constantly on hand. Mri HarrlsonM
system of dress-cutting taught lv three
lessons. An Intelligence otflee is now
opened, and those wishing help can bo
supplied and those wish! k employment
can obtain desirable situations.
Also, FOR SALE CHUAP, a house and
barn, pleasantly located on a corner lot,
said lot containing a great variety ot
fruit and -luule trees, shrubs aud vines.
*'or other Information Inquire at At KS.
J. S3, f RYE'S, No,M Spring St. oclO
WAGONS FOR SALE.
A splendid ohanoe to buy a fine spring
wagon, nicely flttsJ up for puddling dry
good* and notions in the country: ai*o a
Tight twifhor«e, Hprltig wagon. Will be
sold cheap, as the owntr ha* noiuriher
nse. Inquire at H. ONsTu rr»d Ma kef,
81 Spring street. oHQ-lw
Rooms and Board.
Gentlemeu and their wives and single
genU can he accommodated with board
and fine, large, front rooms, containing
all modern conveniences and home com
forts, at tbe
New High street, only one block
from the Postotnce and Court klouiie.and
commands a charming view of mountain
and valley. Jei6tf
Lost, Saturday afternoon, on Alameda
street, between tbe new and old depots
of tbe eouthern Paoino Railroad, a .li
ver cased Waltham watch with steel
chain. The above reward will be paid
on the return oftne watob to the H m sin
OlBce. o2t|.Bt WM. BODINE.
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Hill sU.
ear*BOARD BY THE day, wkkk OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. olatf
As* Q ti»h)S\ '•'day, at home
JlO h Bsmple. worth SI,
free, 8th»o» * Co.. Portland, Me.
AS UAKDENKR or ATTFN DIVO TO
HOKShS. Hash id cxutittei.ee both m
this country aitit IfiitropO. The heKi i%-f»
erenccs can be given. Adutes* r. A.,
Herald otnee. <>191w
A practical orcuardist. *l:h oxperU
eno atd training in smnl-irnpical fruit
culture, with unexceptionable relet
encen. Is wa-i cd. Aouly by letter lo V.
P., 15 ,\ |43Mt 1.0- Angeles. *28tl
In this city, Mondny, October Utti, a
.sunt J, i ,h .[•- ■! LO KEI", with
fumlt< I'l'-r un > tut i a valu*-, except to
owner. i h«t finder w.ll 10 buliauiy re
warded by leaving tne same m 11. New
mark A Qo.*l« Los Anj;oles street. 015 Iw
Furnished Booms & Boarding
ON FRANKLIN .STREET,
Third houso from the c<;rrne of Fort St.
CIGr A 1J M l
HUGO IE It IC >I KIZ ,
FIiOPIMHTOrt OF THE
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
CAN NOW RK FOUND AT
BfO. O n-PRIIHO isT.,
Atlbo Key WtStOlfftU Factory.
Mr. Hugo Kramer manufactures HA
VANA ToBAOCO into olgursot approved
brands. He al o deals In nil lines ot
Smokers* Articles. Give hina a call.
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased tho htock and fix
tures of tho well known Jewelry store of
Mr. T. W\ StMltpolei adding thereto a
and entirely new assortment of
.'Ooils, wenraare prepared to show the
citizen* of Los Anxelcs and vtclnilyone
of the finest and best selected Mocks to
be found in Lhe Staie, wh leb will Le sold
at the lowest living rates.
We slial 1 o instant ly be in receipt of nil
' the latest novelties In watches, ebftlas.
Jewelry,etc., to which Ihe attention oi
the public U especially Invited.
In spectacles we lutve it hirge end va
ried assortment, nnd are the exclusive
»gents In ftouih«*rn i ni.f n l» of the Ml*
eurated Laser us a Mot rin perfe. I' d spec
tacles, which we claim are the snc-i in
Mr, Hvackpole will remain In our em
ploy, having exclusive control oi ihe
work department, aud, us heretofore, cn
!>eclal attention will '» given to the iv
pairing of line watches and jewelry.
We snail be bupny to s* o all our eld
friends and the public at larue.
Jyßtf spring street.
OCC *n A WEEK to agents, fit 1
ADO 10 O/l outfit FREE P. O
V2OKKRY. Augusta Main*. septuwiy
A. McKE N Z I 6,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Cathorwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agent*, DIOKHOJf, Da WOLF
.'. Co., Man Francisco; also,
J. H. CUTTER.!
Old Bourbon and Rvo
From ihelrßgflatH, A. F. Hotallng & Co.,
Hau Francisco, by tlie H Mate or
Gallon, vi. wuolcsiile p-loes.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided with tbe purosl
wines. liquors and im
pokted Havana cigars.
OT- KNGI IsH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Ana-el*-*.
Tho Teachers' Institute of Lot Angeles
onunty will uicut aL
Iv the City of I.os Angeles,
MONDAY, Nov. 4th, and eoutiuue
In Hesfcion five days.
Ho>.. X, N. Care, Superintendent ot
Public Instruction, Prof, a. L. Maun,
Cltv .Supuii' ieuduut >cUoolr, Bnn Fran
el to. Prof. H. B. Norton, of the Hiaie
Normal school, Mrs. Jeanne i'„ C*trr,
D pui> -superintendent Public Instruc
tion, and J. P. Wldney, M. D., have been
mvi t*d und are expeced to assist In the
work of the jnsiHute.
'i he attention of teachers employed In
the Mubho Schools In the oounty I*called
to See. loMlot theHC'ionl Law, which re
qmrts ibem to attend the Institute aud
participate In its proo. eding
All school officers and per
tons Interested iv the cau-e oi education
arc Invited to be present.
W. P. M>DONALD.
County Superintendent School*.
Los Angeles, Oct. 10, 1878. olitd
CITY I^O r X"IS
IN THE M-ST DESIRABLE PART OF
THE CITY, VIZ: PART OF THE
Washington Garden Tract.
FIFTY LOTa COiIOO, 00x140 and 03x120 n.
Hale to take place on
TUESDAY, Oct. 29.
ON THE PREMISES,
AT ONE O'CLOCK I. Sat.
ear positive sale for cash. -*«
Buy v lot while you oan AT YOUR
E. W. NO YES,
DAVID J. HEALY,
CAS & STEAM FITTER,
ICI MAIN STREET.
aa*AU work warranted flr*t-elaat.*<En
1 Jobbing attended to with despatch, oUtf