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FRIDAY DEC. 0, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Kerala «mam Printing House Is
eot surpassed by any Job Print lug ottice
■a the Pacific Coast, outside ot Sau Fran*
gtsoo, in facilities for doing Job work.
haw prloes, good work and expedition
■say be relied upon at this office.
Thb Anaheim Gazelle thus par
tioularizea tbe terms upon which
. Son Juau Forster Is colonizing his
| Santa Margarita ranch:
Nearly every day this week par
tlee bave passed through Anaheim
on their way to the Santa Margar
ita rancho, in San Diego couuty, to
•ettieon tbe land which Don Juan
Forster has put upon the market.
From ono of these parties we learn
the terms upon which the land is
offered. Each farmer Is given IGO
•Orel rent freo for the first year;
tbo second year be pays a rental ef
$1.60 per aore, or one-sixth of what
ever he may raise; the third
year bo pays $2.50 an acre rental,
or gives one-fifth of his crop; or, if
he so desires, he can purchase the
land for $10 per acre, payable lv
: Installments. Tbe tract Is laid out
§> In farms of 160 acres each, but every
alternate 160 acres is reserved by
r the owner of the raucho.
Tbere Is muoh in such a policy
jrbich we can commend to the Im
itation of our own owners of ranch
properties. There is no earthly
reason why we should allow large
, bodies of productive land to lie idle
at a time when Los Angeles county
•o sorely needs large exportations
to keep her "end up." There are
aingle ranches in this county,
Whioh we bave in our mind's eye,
that could be made to furnish
homes for five hundred families
eaoh were the owners disposed to
adopt the enlightened policy of
Don Joan Forster. The principle
Of reserving alternate farms is a
sagacious one. It was a resolute
Md persevering devotion to that
system which enable I Gen. Lewis
Cass todle a millionaire. But Gen.
Cass carried bis Ideas to an extreme
that we do not expect to see imi
tated in Southern California. The
shrewd Miehigauder gave away al
ternate farm', uudar prescribed
•ondltions, to the right kind of set
tlers, with tha perfect couvlotiou
tbat be would be compensated for
his apparent generosity by the en
hancement in value of the portion
he retained. Some the finest
ranch properties in tbe State of
California are now used in Los Au
geles county as mere sheep ranges.
Th* best interests of this section
call for their subdivision and sale,
on tbe alternate farm plan, at low
figures. Their owners would net
far more money by tho adoption of
this polioy than by continuing to
_J>ay taxis on small principalities—
taxes that are certain to increase
largely iv amount with Ihe pass
IT is a matter to be regretted
t hat, the first time in years our
farmers have developed a provi
dent policy, Ihey should suffer from
it. Tho rule has been, hitherto,
that the producer who stored his
barley and othir grains and waited
until the winter had fairly set In,
would make money by tbo opera
». tion. There has scarcely ever been
an exception to this rulo. It vow
"•looks as if the prodigious quanti
ties of barley stored in I his couuty
will deteriorate rather than appre
ciate lv price. This fact, however,
ia owinj to special circumstances
which ought to encourage our
farmers to pick their flints and try
again. Tlie excessive rainfall of
the last season not only spoiled the
Los Angeles grape crop but the
barley as well. It has left the grain
ofaolass which is rated as "feed,"
not "brewing." Very little brew
ing barley has been raised iv Los
_ Angeles county this year. Even
our local brewers have had to go
to Tehachupi to purchase the grain
they arousing in manufacturing
their beer. We learn, however,
that our farmers are sanguine of
making better cropt this year on
even a minimum rainfall. There
will, besides, be any quantity of
"volunteer" crops which will only
need harrowing to insure a flue
yield, and, in this manner, our pro
ducers will be compensated for the
unsatisfactory experiences of tho
Approaching railway develop
ments will soon bring tbe question
as t» whether Arizona can bo re
lied upon in a great treasure pro
ducer to a head, ft is in the high
est degree unreasonable to expect
a territory as isolated as Arizona
has been and yet is to give a good
account of itself. The question of
oheap transportation is everything
in developing tin iui-ierai capabil
ities of a vlrgi: regiou. Under
preeeut conditions Arlzonaus have
only been able to work their very
richest lodes. Where food itself has
been so dear as to make prospect
f; Ing costly and only the most prim
itive methods of transportation to
and from tbe interior buvo been
Available, not much was to lie ex
pected. Willi a railway f.om Den
ver pushing rapidly to the heart of
the territory from the East, aud
With the Southern Pacific fairly on
Its career from tho west towards
Tucson, wo shall soon know wheth
er or no Arizona is au inchoate
The fact, which we learn by tel
egrapb, that the lawyers of the Sao
racaeuto bar have just given a ban
qnst to tha Supreme Court Judges,
emphasizes emphatically a lack of I
oourtesy which was shown to that
body on their late ofllcial visit to
Los Augeles. We are afraid that
hospitality ia not the most dis
tinctive virtue of our people.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[Special to tho Herald by the Western
Union Telegraph Company.
Pacific Coast News.
■lewar.l ou the Ralln * f'omnila
Sacramento, Dec. sth.—Howard
defended the Committee on Cor
porations. He acknowledged that
there was some justice In tbe criti
cisms made. He admitted that
there were some good features in
the ameudmeut suggested by
Campbell. It requires the Com
missioners to prescribe a system
for railroad or transportation com
panies to keep their accounts and
imposes n, line of $20,000 for negleot
or refusal to keep such accounts iv
the prescribed form or for collect
ing rates iv excess of those approved
by the Commissioners. Also, that
offloers of tbe companies which
shall violate the provisions of this
section shall bo lined $5,000 or
imprisoned one yoar; that iv all
controversies the rates of Commis
sioners shall be deemed prima facie
and just and reasonable, and allow
ing Juries to award exemplary
damages. Also allowing tho Leg
islature to enforce the article on
forfeiture or otherwise. Howard
said this amendment would meet
the objection raiseil that the sec
tion did not go far enough. The
speaker supported, ot length, tbe
propositiou to elect the Commis
sioners by the people, expressing
his confidence iv them as against
appointments by the Governor.
At 12:45 tlie Committee reported
Sacramento, Dec. sth.—On re
assembling consideration of the
railroad section was resumed.
Sbafter said It had been demon
strated by arguments tbat a Com
mission waa opposed to all the
principles of a representative gov
ernment. Section 20, as amended
by the Committee on Corporations,
was drawn so a 9 to defeat every
end Intended to be subserved by
the creation of a Commission and
would lead to interminable com
McCallum offered an amendment
to elect Commissioners at general
elections every six years aud clas
sify them by lot to go out of nffico
in two, lour aud six years there
Campbell introduced an amend
ment providing penalties for tlie
enforcement of the mandates of the
Commission, in other respects be
ing like the original.
Esteo defended the original sec
tion and advocated its adoption.
At 4 o'clock lonian demanded
the previous question, on whicli
being ordered McCalhim's amend
ment was adopted, Campbell's
amendment was also adopted.
Joyce offered an amendment
limiting the prolits on railroad
property to eight per eeut. De
Laiue offered a substitute for tlie
whole section, which makes it
uiandutory ou the Legislature to
pass laws correcting railroad
abuses ami for fixing freights and
fares charges. According to this
substitute fares shall not exceed
three cents per mile. Defeated.
Estee moved to rise and refer
section 20 to the Committee ou Cor
porations for formulation, it hav
ing been badly mixed up iv
Heustis proposed to give the Leg
islature power to control the Com
missioners by a two-thirds vote.
Kline offered an amendment by
which railroad officers on refusing
lo comply with the demands of the
Commission shall he hung by the
neck till dead. [Laughter ]
Wilson amended to make any
member of tho Convention ineligi
ble to tbo ollice of Railroad Com
missioner at tho first eleetiop after
the adoption of the Constitution.
Jones moved to rise. Lost.
Tully altered a substitute placing
the power to regulate freights and
fares In tho Legislature and mak
ing tlie same mandatory. Lost.
Heustis moved to rise. Lost.
Section 21, providing for tlie di
vision of the Stato into three dis
tricts from which to elect Commis
sioners was read.
Tlie Convention then rose.
I!h■«•<■«• to ili« Niiprrme Itourt.
Sacramento, Dec. sth.—The
members of the Sacramento bar
this evening gave, ut tbe Arcade
Hotel, a banquet to the Justices of
tho Supreme Court. There were
present as invited guests: Justices
Crockett, MuKinstry, Rhodes and
Niles, Chief Justice Wallace not
oeing present ou account of severe
Mines*. Guests were also present
as follows: Gov. Irwin, Judge
Reardon, Judge Terry, ex-Chief
Justice; AlsoJustico W. H. Beatty,
of the Supreme Court of Nevada'
D. B. Woolf, Clerk of the Supreme
Court; O. J. Carpenter, reporter of
the Supreme Court; Chas A. Sum
ner, shorthand reporter of the Su
premo Court, anil others. About
lorty mernben of tho Sacramento
bar were present aud tbo dining
room was tilled to tbe full capacity
of the tables. 8. C. Denson, Judge
of the Sixth District, presided. Tho
occasion was marked by elegance
a hearty cordiality, How of wit and
eloquence and sociability.
San Francisco, Dec. sth.—Geo
Gardiner, formerly au extensive
horso dealer, shot himself In tho
head at Swain's stables, Folsoni
street, this morning, iuilictiug a
fatal wound. Tho act is attributed
to losses in stocks.
Situ rrancuco Varieties.
Jut » F n A ?, crso °. »oc. sth.-The
City Hall Commissioners investi
gated the charges of selling plans
and specifications of contracts to
day. Hatnertou, architect, said it
was the custom to allow the
draughtsmen of the office to take
plans and copy them out, of hours
for those who wished. There was
no secret about it. The Board dis
missed the subject. '
The police uniform investigation
was resumed to-day and the Pio
neer Woolen Mills began their de
fence. Goldsmith, (Secretary of
| the Company, testified that cloth
made from No. I Australian wool
that cost $1 45 a pound, euoh as
used, took two and a quarter pounds
to make a yard. Tbe texture of the
cloth waa in all respects as required
by the specifications of tho Board
On the 9th of Novorabor an ac
count was published of tho fearful
sufferings of the crew of the Amer
ican ship Loretta Fish on the voy
age from New York, including the
written statement of thirteen sur
vivors of the crew, made to a gov
ernment nillcer, which contained
very serious charges of cruelty
against Capt. Hagman and his
mates. The Captain was presented
to the Uuited States Grand Jury
aud that body has ignored tlie
A man named Cha9. Johstwel
was found dead this morning be
hind tho building No. 727 Vwlejo
street. Some weeks ago he fell oIF
a ship's, yard iv the harbor, sus
taining the fracture of several ribs.
A man named P. W. Blake died
suddenly last night in the house of
a friend whom he was visiting, at
No. 104 Eddy street.
A grain grader, intended to clean
and separate all kinds of grain, is
now being constructed by the Mis
sion Rock Pock Company. It Is
tbo first of tho kind constructed in
Yesterday E. D. White, a patient
at tbe City and County Hospital,
died at tho extreme old age of 111
years. Deceused was a native of
Dr. Slivers, City Physician,whose
system was innoculated with blood
poison while making an autopsy ou
the body of Mrs. Ann Barry, the
woman who was murdered by Sul
livan at Lone Mountain, is still in
a low condition, and his physicians
report that his recovery will be
RauliroSeipe was killed at Half
moon Bay by the accidental dis
charge of a bomb-gun, used for
killing whales. The weapon was
loaded with slugs and the eulire
charge entered his abdomen.
lv tho Police Court to-day,
Charles Pizzolo, an Italian sausage
man, whose fondness for tailless
cats caused him to be convicted
yesterday of cruelty to animals,
was lined $50.
George Gardiner, who shot him
self this morning at Swain's sta
ble, died this afternoon.
.n >fli< j MnrKel.
San Francisco, Dec. stli. —
Brokers are taking half dollar* to
day at 1.90 per cent, discount as
compared with gold. No change
In anything else iv the coin line.
Nau FrnncfiC'i Market*.
Ran Francisco, Dec. sth.—
Wheat, quiet and unchanged;
good shipping sold at $email@example.com;
choico milling, SI.BO. Barley,
firm; good feed, 11.0031.05. Oats,
liberal receipts; good to choice
feed, firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn, better;
small yellow, $1.07}; large, $1.02}.
Hay, dull aud unchanged. Pota
toes, firmer; choice early rose,
51.20; Tomalos, 51.20; River, 75©
85; sweet $2.00.
Ukiaii, Cal. Dec. sth.—A son of
Phillip Howell, aged seven years,
was kicked in the forehead by a
horse on Tuesday last and a piece
of tlie skull bone, an inch wide and
two inches long, was cut clear out
and could not be found, leaving the
brain exposed with but a slight
shock to it. The doctor dressed the
wound and strong hopes of his re
covery tiro entertained. The little
fellow bore tho operation manfully,
retaining his consciousness
throughout and the next morning
ImllnitN Heiiteuct'tt lo Hr> llnlttfeif.
Walla Walla, w. t., Dec. Stb.
—Tlie two Umatilla Indians tried
for the murder of Coggan nnd oth
ers at the last term of Court, at
PendletoD, nnd found guilty on
Monday last, were sentenced by
Judge MeArthur to be hanged
January 2nd. Tha late reports
from Hie interior press representing
that dead bodies of Indians had
been found hanging to trees and
lying in tlie brush in Grande Ronde
Valley is untrue In every particu
In January the Walla Walla and
Columbia Rive#Railroad will pass
iuto the possession of the Oregon
Steam Navigation Company.
Latest Eastern News.
Washington, Dec. sth.— The;
Naval Appropriation hill provides
for the appointment of visitors to
tlie Naval Academy as a matter of
law instead of custom and usage,
as heretofore. Its total is about
, 5125,000 less than that of tlie ap
propriations for the current fiscal
Tho Diplomatic and Consular
Appropriation bill, aa reported
from tlie committee, is an exact
copy of last session's bill as it first
passed tho House. Changes from
the existing law again proposed by
■ lhe committee consist mainly of
reductions iv tlie salaries of "the
higher grades of foreign ministers
and tho discontinuance of sundry
small consulates. The total saving
proposed is about §111,000.
Fulnl Honor Expltialon.
Columbus, 0., Dec. sth.—The
boiler at Haydeu's rolling mill ex
ploded this morning while a num
ber of workmen were standing
around it. Two men were killed
and four seriously injured.
Washington, Dec. s.—Senate.
Cameron, from the Election Com
mittee, reported a resolution to
print one hundred copies of the tes
timony iv the Hutler-Corbin case.
Ferry submitted a resolution re
questing tho President to transmit
any information received concern
ing postal and commercial inter
course with the South American
States, with recommendations for
improving such intercourse.
After executive session tlie Sen
ate adjourned till Monday.
House—Bretano made a person
al explanation regarding the state
ment of tho Washington Pout that
M received 512.500 for voting to
pay interest ou the 3-05 District of
Columbia bonds. He moved an in
vestigation l.y tt committee.
Harrison, of Illinois, offered a
resolution lor information regard
ing employe's appointed in the Chi
cago Custom House by the present
Garfield, from the Committee on
Rules, roportcd a concurrent reso
lution for the appointment of a
Yellow Fever Commission and said
that all parties were in accord that
Cougress had the right to govern
the regulations along
Cox, of New York, while favor- i
ing the resolution, hoped tlieCom
mission would iv uo way Interfere
with local quarantines. The reso
lution was adopted.
A bill was Introduced by Finlay
proposing to prohibit the Union
Pacific Railroad Company, under
penalty of heavy flues, from chars*
ing any additional sum for the
transportation of freight or passen
gers over tho bridge at Omaha in
excess of the amount now allowed
by law for similar transportation
oyer any other portion of tho road.
Adjourned till Monday.
frviiosrd Kcilucllou or Diplomatic
Washington, Dec. sth.—The
Consular and Diplomatic Appro
priation bill ns presented to the
House, proposes to reduce tho sala
ries of our Ministers to Great
Britain, France, Germany and
Russia from $17,500 to $15,000 per
annum; those of tbe Minister to
Spain, Austria, Italy, Brazil,
Mexico, Japan aud China from
$12,000 to $10,000, and those of our
Minister to Chili and Peru from
$10,000 to $8,000. The bill omits
any provision for United States
Ministers resident at Belgium and
tlie Netherlands, or for ChargCi
d'Affaires to Denmark aud Swit
The bilis introduced to terminate
tlie Bancroft treaty with tho North
German Confederation were re
ferred to a sub-committeo consist
ing of Cox, of New York,
Schleicher And Williams.
European Cable News.
IIOUNO UT lUlDllllllllt*.
London, Dec. 5. —In tho House
of Commons this afternoon the
Under Secretary of State for India
gave notice that he would, on Mon
day next, submit a motion that the
expenses of the Afghan war be do
frayed from the India revenue.
Henry Fawcett, Liberal, gave
nolice that lie would oppose the
Ol'brilf IH..N til AJltlltllllvtltß.
London, Dec. Oth.—Tlie Daily
News says: To the column of
which General Roberts is com
mander has been committed the
task of forcing the Peiwar Pass.
This is tho central pass of tlie three
by which the British army is
marching upon Cabul, Candabar
aud Herat. Rrowne's force has
penetrated beyond Jelialabad and
he lias sent a brigade for forage
aud lo reconnoitre through both
the Great and Little Kuyber
Passes, so that ho virtually has
now no obstacle between him and
Cabul. Tho force of Gen. Brad
dulph may be called the left wing
of the army that is marching
toward Candabar, a comparatively
friendly country. Tlie important
victory of General Roberts opens
up the entire country of Cabul to
tho British. The villages of Pei
war, Kottland, Shutar and Gurdau
are situated southeast from Cabul
and aro all ou tho lino of one of
the routes loading from
the Ameer's capital into
British India, thus guarding
Dewaris, a village of Afghanistan,
near lho source of the river Hel
mund. It has nu elevation of 10,
--076 feet. The battle fought by Gen.
Roberts was evidently oonducted
on scieutilic principles coßsidering
his own small loss cf less than one
hundred men compared with that
of his opponents, from wliom he
also captured fifteen cannon. Gen.
Browne is doubtless waiting for
tho support of Geu. Roberts' force
before making a pusli direct for tlie
capital by the better known routo
of the Khybcr Pass.
London, Dec. sth.—A dispatch
from Paris says: Garibaldi writes
to a Sicilian correspondent as fol
lows: The future of the world is Re
publican. I say openly to the
Sicilian young nipn, for tho pres
ent it behooves us lo support the
Tiie uisiiop or DnvbatH Resign*.
London, Dec. 6tli.—Tho Bishop
of Durham has resigned ou account
of il) health.
Mltlulirtiri t <|ieech.
Rome, Dec. sth.—ln the Cham
ber of Deputies last night Signor
Minghetti, Conservative, supported
the interpellation regarding un
lawful associations. He said lie
had heard that some of the Biar
sansi clubs had been closed and he
wished to know if tho same course
would be taken against tho Repub
lican Associations. Ho said lie
know there was a great difference
between the Internationalists and
Republicans, but ho would ask if
these associations, whether they
are designed to divide Italy once
again into fragments aud to re
plane the dispossessed princes on
their thrones or to establish a Re
public, were the ministers disposed
to proceed against them as they
had done against tlie Biarsausi
Clubs? It was their duty to do so;
to repress, in .short, all manifesta
tions not in accord witli the estob
lished form of goverumeut.
Unl.er Wlllielm'. Relnrii.
Bniu.iNiDec. sth.—The Emperor
William's entry into Berlin to-day
on his return to again assume the
reins of government, was a grand
aud inspiriting spectacle. The city
was gaily decorated and everything
betokened public rejoicing and
A Ridiculous Story.
LWalla Walla (W. T.) Statesman.]
W. C. Ralston, well-remembered
by many aa tbe President of the
Bank of California, wbeu it
"busted," is not dead, ns reported,
but alive and snugly situated on a
little island in tbe south of France.
That drowning scene was well en
acted, the Coroner's inquest and
funeral was a well-matured delu
sion, and would have come off two
days sooner if they could have
agreed upon tho price lor tho sub
ject (a corpse), which so much re
sembled the banker as to deceive
those so systematically, whom it
was calculated to deceive. Some
may ask how we know this? Of
course we could not swear to it, but
our information comes from a
source which iB reliable. A prom
inent physician iv San Francisco
was the sole keeper of this great
secrot up to last Christmas, when
he became jubilant over the receipt
of a heavy sum of money, and di
vulged tho secret to a friend, whom
he afterwards assisted with some of
the money received, and tbat man
is now a highly respected citizen of
this city. Call this a sensation or
a big hoax; we call it a cold faot, If
Prevent Decay of tbe Teeth
Wltb their surest preservative, nroruatlc
SOZODONT. Whiteness of the dental
row, a healthful roslness and hardrioss of
tbe gums, a sweet breath, nu agreeable
taste lv the mouth, all these are confer
red by SOZODONT. Doe* not suoh un
invaluable toilet article, one so pure hs
well as olTeottvo, deserve the popularity
it enjoys? Most assuredly. It has no
rival worthy of the name. The ordinary
powders and pastes ure nothing to It, and
since its appearance have rapidly lost
ground. Bold by druggists.
Boarding In a private famllv, in one of
tho most healthlul locations lv the
couuty, situated on the slope of tho San
Gabriel mountains, particularly adapted
for lung troubles, kor particulars apply
at Herald office. dO-lna
Uy virtue of au execution issued out of
Justice J. F. Powell's Court, or Holodad
Township, in tho city and oounty of Los
Angeles, (State of California, dated the
28th day of Octooer, 1878, in a certain ac
tion wherein Ueorge W. Hayes, as plain
tiff, reoovered Judgment against the
Tinney Chub Mining Company, defend
ant, for the sum of §108 61 and costs ot
suit, taxed at $240 Iff, ou the 16th tlnv or
June, 1878, 1 have Isvlocl upon the follow
ing described property to wit:
All the right, title aud interest of tbo
Tinney Chub Mining Company In aud to
the following descriood real property, to
wit: That certain tract or laud
botng the mining claim of the said'ilu
ney Chub Mining Company aud former
ly kuowa as tho Charlotte Huuilk Miue,
situated In theCorouet Minlug district, in
tbe county of Jjos Angeles, tstate of Cali
fornia, about twenty miles southeast or
Haveua, together with t ho house or cabin
aud mill thereon, said mill coutalnlug
three arastras, ono boiler, engine, water
tank, and the fixtures and appurte
nances thereunto belonging, and the
following blacksmith and mining tools
used in working said mining claim, viz:
one bellows, one anvil, one vice, one
sledgehammer, three steel bars, one re
tort, two Jumps and two wheelbarrows.
Notice Is hereby given that on
SATURDAY, THE 28th DAY" OF
At one o'clock p. m . of that day, at New
hall, county of Los Augeles, I will sell
all the right, title and interest of said
Tinney Chub Mining Company lv and to
tho abovo described properly, at public
auction, for cash, gold coin, to tbo high
est aud best bidder, to satisfy said exe
cution and all costs.
Dated at Newhall, the 30th day or No
vember, IS7S. JOHN HOWK.
G EE V IN I>
UNDEIi THE AUSI-iCEi OF THE
AT LOS ANGELES,
Dec. 16,17,18,19 & 20,1878.
Proi: CHAS. S3. DAY,
TWO Oil ATV I>
CONC .13 I* r r JS !
WILL, BE GIVEN AT TUE
... t c>s
Thursday and Friday Evenings,
Dec. 19th and 20th.
Also, TWO MATINEES ou Hie AFTER
NOONS of the sum a days.
Tho largest catherlug of Professional
and Amateur Musicians from nil parts
of lho country, making the FINEST
CHORUS over assembled in Southern
California, with a
UNDER THE Dlltl-X'TION OE
Prol. O. D. Contcrno.
THE 0 ELK UUITED
WITH CANNON, will be given In Iho
GRANDEST STYLE, a detachment
of the Los Angele* Guards, under
Capt. Darcy, participating.
MTTHBSB R KIIIO \USA LS each day
by lho Chorus to prepare for tho Concerts,
Free Entertainment to all singers and
musicians llvlug outside the city.
SINGERS' TICKETS, admitting to
all rehearsals aud concerts „ $1 00
season tickets, admitting to mi
uxercisca, including reserved seats
at two concerts 81 Oi
Ninglo Tickets 60e
Matinee Ticket* iso
School Children Tickets for Matinua 10c
By order of tho
(lotd EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
A. McX E NZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
.'. Co., Sau FraucUco; uluo,
J. H. CUTTEII'3
Old Bourbon and Rye
Froru thcirngents, A. P. Hotnllng A Co.,
Han Francitioo, by the liwM'- or
Gallon,ut wholesale prloes.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
la provided Willi the purest
WINES, LTQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
*r ENrjitraH ale ON draught.
■' Poaot'a v nil .Una:,
Main street, near Court, Loi'Augeles.
Clearing Out Sale!
1000 custom-Made DRESS SUITS, 2000 fineCassimere BUSINESS SUITS, 1000 Youths'and Boys Suits
and an IMMENSE STOCK of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS will bo sold AT A SACRIFICE
IN ORDER TO RAISE MONEY, at the '
QUINCY HALL CLOTHING HOUSE,
DUCOMMUN BLOCK, MAIN STREET.
RILEY W ROTHCHBLD,
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Etc.,
129 and 131 Main St., McDonald Block.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING, FOR THE
The Largest and Best Selected Stock of
Furniture, Carpets and Upholstery Goods Ever Brought to Los Angeles.
ft 3 All the Newest and Latest Designs In CARPETS, comprising East Lake,
Queen Anne, Persian, etc.
i Call and be Convinced before Purchasing Elsewhere. n2i-im
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Jacoby's Clothing Store!
HAS COME TO THE FRONT!
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS.
IMMENSE IMPORTATION OF CLOTHING!
JUST RECEIVED from his brothers, MANUFACTURERS in the City of New York, expressly for the
LOS ANGELES MARKET. LOOK AT OUR PRICES, If you don't believe it:
CO Heavy Churchill's Ulsters at $10 00, worth $15 00
100 Brown Casimere Overcoats at $12 00, worth $20 00
100 Gray Casimere Business Suits at $10 00, worth $15 00
100 Stylish Plaid Suits at $15 00, worth $22 50
50 Scotch Striped Suits at $18 50, worth $25 00
50 Blue Cheviot Suits at $18 00, worth $30 00
100 All-wool Diagonal Suits at $15 00, worth $25 00
3000 pair Casimere Pants from $1 to $5
2000 pair Heavy Denim Overalls at 60c. a pair
500 dozen Shaker Socks at live pair for $1
500 dozen Cotton Socks at 75c. per dozen
300 dozen Undershirts aud Drawers of all kinds to be sold at from 40c. up to $1 each
i These Goods Must be Sold, In Order to Make Room for Another Invoice of
Clothing, which has been contracted for.
Remember the Place. JACOBY'S CLOTHING HOUSE, 63 MAIN BTREET,
Downey Block, opposite Commercial Street. n2itr
THE NEW CASH STORE,
Cor. Main & Temple Sts., Downey Block,
OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS! All New I No Old Goods! Good Line of MEN'S
FURNISHING GOODS! New Style CLOAKS and DRESS GOOD 8!
Ladies and Gentlemen cordially Invited to call and examine goods aud prices. Hope to merit a liberal
patronage. Very Respectfully, -r-mwmM
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 26.1878. 028-d&W-3m B. F» COULTER ■
H. DEWELL. T. H. REYNOLDS.
FREIGHT and TRANSFER Co.
DEWELL & REYNOLDS.
No*. 106 and 107 MAIN STREET.
All klndu of HAULING, MOVING
FURNITURE, PIANOS, BARES, etc., an
Called for and delivered to any part
ot tbe city, by
Reed & Phillips, Adams St.
Orders can be left at tbe book>tore
Mr, aaaa Heilman, Spring St. ol«f
DAVID J. HEAL.V,
CAS & STEAM FITTER,
161 MAIN STBEET.
aor-AU work warranted nr«t-ola«»."Wi
Jobbing attended to wltb deipateb. olltr