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WEDNESDAY DEC. 11, 187&
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Law prices, good work and expedition
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W« art pleased to note tne special ,
Moderation and good sense which ,
characterize all the utterances of ,
the Democratic statesmen at Wash
lagton. Ia the first place, vary
much to the dismay of the " bloody
•hlrt" Republicans, tbe South—
•olid er oo—has nothing to ask of
lhe Democratic party or of the na
tion. Every utterance of Southern
atatesmen has been pitched in a
key of rare good sense. They not
only don't want to spoliate the
National Treasury with cotton
claims and other supposititious de
mands, bat they don't even aspire
to figure on the Presidential ticket.
They do not even put In a claim for
the Vice-Presidency. This Is rather
diseonoerting to the men who deal
oat the high-toned platitudes to the
Republican party, but who are
really Inspired by a selfish desire
to revel in the enjoyments of the
flesh-pots of offloe. The Re
publican party, when it gets
its conge from the people, will
have enjoyed office for twenty
years. Had it not been for the
fraud born of official lust sixteen
years—or four President ial terms
would have completed its posses
sion of office and emolument. It
la years since the Republican
party has known a throb of princi
ple. Its whole being has been re
eolved into the usurious thing of
Interest, and of interest in its most
offensive form. A party which was
organized aa the distinctive repre
sentative of the rights of man as
man is now never so well pleased
as when plotting to enthrone
money and success—the latter at
tained at odds which robs It of all
its glory—aa an hereditary power
In tho United States. Elements
are now crystalixiag which, we
confidently believe, will rudely
awaken tbe Republican party from
Its dream of a coup (Vetat and of
the man on horseback. Every in
stinct of seir-pr ■ tiu:; sen
tient in the breast o: tii« Ameri
etn people calls upon tuuui to put
the Republican party out of power
at least once, if the Devil himself
has to be installed as its successor.
Republican institution-! are flexi
ble—the psople can get on with
one set of men as well as another—
or monarchy Is tlie highest for in nf
government to which any people
can aspire. Fortunate for the
country is the fact tbat, from and
after tha 4: It of March next, it has,
In tha existence of a Cougress Dam
oeratio in bitU branches, with cou
trol of the pnrso and the sword, a
guarantee that the Mends of free
government will not be unfairly
handicapped in the struggle which
ia oomlng, and whose argument is
to throw a lot of Insolent and
pampered ofnse-holder.* nut of
power. The party whioh an
nounces, tn a Republic, that per
petual officeand power are a neces
sity to its existence, is condemned
in advance, aud should, at all
hazards, ba repudiated by the
The brethren spread themselves
on the Chines* question in tlie
State Convention yesterday. John
Chinaman came in for tlie full
benefit of the utilitarian and home
ly old injunction, whoso paternity
la referable to the Bowery, " Hit
him agen, he hain't get no friends."
While we regard getting rid of
Chinese immigration as involving
a benefit so great to this Mongolian
ridden community as to lead us to
overlook any amount of demagogic
subserviency to the ruling demaud
uf tbe hour, the Convention, in
some of tbe previaions nf tbe new
Constitution, ia treading on dan
gerous ground. We caution that
body not to Insert a singlu provis
ion in that instrument which may,
under changed conditions, be made
. to work against the Interostof the
honest son of toil who may come
bare from Caucasian lands. Wash
ington, and not Sacramento, is the
forum in which the Chinese prob
lem will ultimately have to be
worked out, because (lie Constitu
tion of the United States makes
Itself and Ibe treaties made In pur
suance of it Ihe supreme law of
\ the land. The gentlemen at Sac
rameuto, In aiming to frame tlie
I orgaoio law of tbe State so as to
r override tbe Constitution of the
United States, are playing tlie role
ROSCOB OONKLINO, lit; of the
ambioslal curls, and a man whom
many Democrats like passing well,
has ductus politic*! grava If the
telegraph does not eir In saying
tbat be his pronounced himself
Irrevocably for Oraut as the next
Republican candidate for Presi
dent. We really thought there
waa something In Conkling, and
we trust that lie haa not eventuated
In the political farthiug iuah light
each a declaration would show him
Tue amputation of hi* leg aod
hi* election to tha Uuited State*
, Banat* ara two events lv the career
of Wade Hampton, of South Caro
lina, WbUh will make yesterday
memorable to tbat gentleman—of
course, providing he survive* the
In our local columns will be
found tbo answer of Mr. Jesse H.
Butler to the two workingmen who
attacked him in the Herald of
yesterday. We bave made it a
special feature of this journal that
any one can obtain a hearing in it.
Even abuse of tbe editor has never
been a bar to this dictate of fair
play if this abuse is confined to the
decency demanded by polite man
ners. While Mr. Butler is not our
choice for President of the Council,
it seems to us that he answers con
clusively the allegations made by
our two Workingmen correspond
ents. While we have no speoial
sympathy for Mr. Bn'lor, or his
pretensions, we regard him person
ally as a respectable man tn whom
iucendiarism or violence would be
distasteful. We say this freely and
emphatically, at the same time
tbat we believe a somewhat
more conservative cillzeu should
be selected to head the City Coun
Very early in January the limit
of a hundred days allotted to the
Constitutional Convention will ex
pire. Tlie holidays will intervene,
sa that we think we are justified in
assuming that two weeks of down
right work remain to its members.
The labors so far accomplished
nave been done in " Committee nf
tbe Whole." The Convention will
havo to approve or disapprove of
the Constitution as perfected in the
Committee. We would, under tbe
circumstances, beg to suggest that
tbe Snakspearcaii aphorism, "If
'.twere done when 'tis done, then
'twere well it were done quickly"
applies with speoial force to the
last days uf this memorable body.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[Sp'-cUI to tlie lIauALD by tha Western
Union Telegraph Cimpaii7.
Pacific Coast News.
abac Pr«eiou<# Insuveetilua*
Sacramento, Dec 10th.— The
Convention met at 9:30 A. M.
Condon and Welleu presented
memorials iv favor of a lieu law
clause in the Constitution.
Dowllng offered a resolution that
three delegates be sent at once to
Washington to lay before the Pres
ident and Congress the true aspect
of the Chinese question, in order to
obtain immediate legislation on
Crouch moved to lay the resolu
tion on tbe tabic. Cartied.
Wyatt, of Monterey, offered a
resolution tbat the Congressional
delegation be lequested taobtaiu the
passage of a law reducing the price
of public land ■ within the railroad
limit! to bona fide settlers to SI 25
per acre lor homestead purposes;
second, to obtain the passage nf v
law restoring to pre-emption and
to homestead all lands within Ihe
forfeited railroad gran s of this
State. Laid over one day.
The Convention went into Com
mittee of the Whole ou tho article
ou Chinese immigration.
Beerstecher obtained tbe floor,
arguing that thero was full power
within the State to prohibit Chi
nese immigration. Klein, of San
Francisco, here delivered a speech
which, it is understood, he has
been tor weeks preparing. He
spoke for three-quarters of an hour
upon the evils attendant on Chi
Barbour uext took the floor. Ho
maintained that the people of Cali
fornia had a right to regulate their
own internal affairs.
At 12:30 the Committee reported
progress and the u-ual recess was
The Convention re-assetubled at 2
fUibour asserted that until the
Chinese are expelled there will be
an irrepressible conflict in this
country —a conflict between tlie
white and Mongolian races. He
concluded by appealing to the
Convention to put something in
the Constitution which should aid
in remedying the Chinese evil In
The verbal amendment to section
one, as proposed by Ayers, was
then agreed to.
Joyce offered as a substitute for
the section a clause making it the
duty of Mayors of cities and Super
visors of counties, after the Ist of
May, 1880, to see that no Mongoli
ans be allowed to reside within tlie
limits of their respective jurisdic
tions, and further makiug it lm
perative upon tbe Governor to use
all the power of the State to assist
the Mayors and Supervisors in en
forcing tbo provisions of tlie sec
Barton, of Humboldt, anil
Wickes, of Nevada, made lengthy
speeches against the evils of the
presence of tbe Chinese, after
which tho previous question was
moved and negatived; and, under
the ruling of the Chair, this carried
section one over until to-morrow.
Ou section 2, which provides that
incorporated companies shall for
feit their franchises and charters if
employing foreigners not capable
of naturalization. Bert, of Placer,
moved to amend by changing the
section to ail companies employing
foreigners not having declared their
Intention to become citizens. Bert
stated that the amendment was
necessary because the courts in the
Eastern States were admitting the
Chinese to citizeDSbip.
Rolfe preferred using tlie word
Mongolian In the section, because
the mining companies might have
tn employ persons from Eugland or
France. If the amendment by
B*rt was adopted such companies
would, under those circumstances,
forfeit th* franchise. The amend
ment by Burt wa* negatived, and
O'Donnell offered a further amend
ment confining the operation of
the section to the Chinese. This
was also defeated.
Beerstecher submitted a substi
tute requiring all person* of foreign
birth, not citizens, to obtain certifi
cates before they are allowed to
work In the State and excluding
Chinese from receiving sueb certif
Shoemaker offered another propo
sition prohibiting Incorporated
companies from employing subjects
of the Emperor ai China under pea
titles to be Imposed by tho Legis
Fletcher advocated Bserxteolier's
Johnson, of Sonoma, maintained
tbat the people bad a Constitutional
right to impose any conditions tbey
obose upon corporations, and tbey
oould declare their franchises for
feited for employing Chinamen.
At 5 o'clock the Convention rose
and a recess was taken until 7 r.
The Convention resumed at 7 P
m. Only 76 members responded a
roll call, but tbe Chair held thai
this number formed a quorum, not
withstanding; the rules placed the
number at 77, on the ground thai
two members died since tha rulei
were framed. Nothing was done
beyond speeches by Beerttecher,
Inniau, Wilson, of Tehama, Lin
dow aud others on the Chinese
question. Tha Convention ad
journed at four minutes to 9.
The Committee on the Legisla
tive Department held a meeting
this evening and resolved to report
back the proposition on co-opera
tive homesteads with an adverse
He Wanted tne Tall nub tbe lime
San Fbancisco, Dec. 10.—C. N.
West, a eanvasssr for the Sural
Prmis, recently eloped with the
whole family of John Bupe, a farm
er of San Juan South, consisting of
bis wife, two boys, aged 8 and 10
respectively, a girl of 4 and a pair
of twins. He also included in his
haul a lot of bed clothing and sev
enty-five dollars belonging to Bupe.
West came here with his menag
erie; and, on complaint of Bupe
wbo wants his bed clothes ant
money, the wholesale eloper was
arrested to-day and lucked up.
Officers of the detective force say
that the city Is rapidly tilling up
with hard characters, who come
here to hibernate. Many are ex
couvicts released under tbe provi
sions of tbe Goodwin Act.
a«n Frnueleea null Arts «un Item*.
San Francisco, Deo. 10th.—The
United States Grand Jury failed to
flud a bill against S. B. Anderson,
late Postmaster at Sau Josfi. The
testimony of the present special
agent of the Postofflce Department
and ef the ex-special agent went to
show that the government lost nn
money through Anderson's getting
rent for tbe premises adjoining.
Advices from Arizona state that,
owing to the failure of the con
tractors to perform service between
Present t aud Hardyville, a ton of
mail matter has accumulated at
the Prescott office and at the Ehreu
burg office. Owing to the failure of
contractors to perform service be
tween that place and Signal and
Mineral Park over three tons of
mail matter have accumulated,
among which are many registered
Attempt lv Break Jail.
San Francisco, Deo. 10th.—Mi
chael Flaherty, charged with as
sault to murder and burglary. Pu
tt ick Kelly with burglary, John
Sueeban, an ex-convict, with rob
bery, William Howard, with rob
bery, and Vincents Trapanna, of
La Mania Society, attempted to out
their way out of the couuty jail last
night. They liad succeeded in re
moving sixteen bricks ftom the
east wall, when they were detected
and moved to stronger cells.
IHouejr nntl OriL, Harkut.
San Francisco, Dec. 10.—Cur
rency and silver unchanged.
Wheat—Buyers and sellers still
apart, quotations nominal; choice
milling, $1 75@1 80; good ship
ping, $1 72i@l 75; fair, $1 67,©l 70.
Barley iv better demand; teed,
95c.@$l 00; coast Chevalier, $1 00.
Oats dull; coast, $1 00©1 30; good
to choice, $1 40® 1 s>. Corn steady;
small yeliow, $1 05; large yellow,
SI 02}; white, SI 00; Egyptian,
$1 00. Rye—Bay, $1 25®1 27J,
nominal. Hay demoralized, $7J@
$131. Potatoes Hrm, Petalum'i
choice, $1 30; kidney, $I}@l 35;
An iMiiiir Uiiliif o> Csaiempa.
Jackson, Cal., Dec. 10.—Richard
Webb, editor of the Amador Ledg
er, was atljudged guilty of con
tempt iv the County Court for pub
lishing au article reflecting on the
Court proceedings of three months
ago. The cases criticised had been
dually disposed of and the Court
had adjourned for tbe term before
tho article was published. The
Judge himself was the complain
ant in the cases.
Latest Eastern News.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 10th—
Senate.—Wallace introduced a
bill to authorize the exchange ef
subsidiary coin fir trade dollars.
Referred. Tlie bill provides tbat
subsidiary coius shall beexohaug
ed for trade dollars at the ra'e of
one hundred cents for eaoh of said
dollars, and that they shall forth
with be recoined into subsidiary
coin aud the gains, if any be made,
may be used by tbe Secretary of
the Treasury to pay the expense of
sending thesubsidiajy coin to such
persons or banks as may desire the
same in exchange for other coins.
The coinage of trade dollars shall
cease from aud after the passage of
Allison, from the select commit
tee to inquire Into the charges
against Stanley Matthews, submit
ted a resolution requesting tbe
House t ) transmit to the Senate a
copy of the testimony of Jas. An
derson, relating to Matthews, tak
en before the House Committee.
Agreed to. When tbis testimony
ii furnished the Committee will en
ter upou tbe investigation.
At tbe expiration of tbe morning
hour consideration was resumed of
the bill relating to Presidential
elections aud Morgan made a
House—The Speaker announced
the committee to inquire into the
causes of the yellow fever epidemic
It consists of the Messrs. Young,
Qibson, Qoode, Hartridge, Morse,
Garfield, Harmer and Chittenden.
The Speaker also announced the
appointments to fill the vacancies
iv the committees.
Tbe House then went into Com
mittee of lbeWhole,Springer In the
Chair, on the Consular aud Diplo
matic Appropriatiou Bill.
On motion of Hale, tbe salary of
the Ministers to England, France,
Germany and Russia, reported in
the bill at $15,000, was, by a vote
of 93 to 91, put back to the present
figure, $17,609. The amendment to
increase the salary of the Ministers
to Spain, Austria, Italy, Brazil,
Mexioo, Japan aud China from
$10,000 to $12,000 was defeated.
Likewise an amendment providing
for the Minister to Belgium and
To Coallou. the Falter lavestl
Washington, Deo. 10th.—The
Potter Committee to-day decided
that the sub-Committee should
ooutinue the investigation In the
Louisiana case if a further grant of
money ia made by Congress.
Chairman Potter will be one of the
proposed committee and will select
the second Democratic member be
fore Thursday, when the Republi
cans will name the third member.
Springer and Hlaeock were author
ized to open and report upon soma
documents obtained from Florida
bearing upon the question of the
validity of the Commissions of the
several Justices of the Peace, etc.,
who certified to the correctness ot
certain election returns.
California Memorials Pre.BMted.
Washington, Dec. 10th.—Sen
ator Booth to-day presented the
memorial of Ross, Demster & Co.,
Talbot & Co., and twenty-five
othor mercantile iirm. of San Fran
cisco praying legislation to author
ize the payment of war premium
claims out of tho balance of th.
Oeneva award. He also presented
the memorial of Oovernor Downey
aud fifty other citizens of Los Ac
geles and vicinity against the
adoption of the proposed commer
cial treaty with France, affecting
the present rules of duties ou im
ported wines and braudies.
Washington, Dec. 12th.—There
is no authority for tbe statement
that the Republicans here believe
tint the strongest man for the next
Gubernatorial canvass is Charles
Foster and for the uext Presiden
tial candidate John Sherman.
Oiipoie ibe Trsu.hr,
Washington, Deo. 10th.—Gen.
Lyon, of the Purchasing Commit
tee ol the Board of In.linn Commis
sioners, and Barclay White, repre
senting the Society of Friends at the
Winnebago agenoy, spoke to-day
agaiust the transfer nf the Indian
Bureau to the War Department.
Appropriations Vnnulinonaiy Passed
Washington, Dec. 10th.—After
passing the Consular and Diplo
matic appropriation bill, Clymer
explained that it was substantially
11io same as the act for ihe current
year. Hale expressed tho concur
rence of the Republican members
of the committee In ths bill as re
ported to the House. Therefore,
within half au hour, tbe bill passed
without a single amendment.
New Orleans, Deo. 10th.—The
Fiscal Agent of tho State declines
to comply with the resolution of
the Funding Board requesting him
to pay the January coupons on
A Democrat Elected naysr.
Barton, Dec. 10.—The following
is the vote of this city to-day: For
Mayor—Prince, Dem., 19,540; Cad
man, Hep., 18,009; King, Working
Worklngine.,'. Ticket Elected.
Lynn, Mass., Dec. 10.—The eleo
tlou for Mayor resulted in the
ohoice of George P. Sanderson, the
Workingtnen's candidate, by 2,000
plurality. Their whole ticket Is
New York, Dec. 10 —The storm
along the coast is very severe, in
flicting considerable losi to proper
ty ou land, but the marine disasters
repot ted ate few.
Ururr Mail. It i«r .o It j ing;.
New York, Dec. 10.—A private
cable dispatch states that Henry
Wells, of Wells, Fargo & Go's Ex
press, is lying at the point of death
Destructive flood Un >c■ (nrrl.d
Port Jebvis, N.Y., Dec.lo.—The
heavy raius have caused floods in
all the streams, interrupting rail
way travel aud doing much dam
age to property. The outlet at the
Port Jervis reservoir is overflowing
the hanks. Bridge No. 2, near
Stephen's Point, on Ibe Jefferson
Branch of tlie Erie Road, 100 feet
long and 32 feet high, was carried
away this afternoon.
Pouqhkeepsib, Dec. 10th.—A
rain prevailed along tbe Hudson
river siuce yesterday, aud many
places on the track of the Hudson
River Rallrood wero submerged
aud forty feet of track washed
away near Highland Station.
TVaelilnaioi. Newa aud (inoelp Ol
flciial and Oilier, via t lilcago.
Chicago, Dec. 10.—The Times'*
Washington special says: A atrong
effort is making to institute Im
peachment proceedings against
Henry W. Blodgett, Judge of the
United Stales Court at Chicago.
The effort is headed by John 8.
Cooper, John It. Knickerbocker
and Henry L Sheldon, of tbe Chi
cago Bar Association, who have a
strong backing aud will work on
the House members to get a reso
lution through for the purpose of
authorizing the Judiciary Commit
tee of the House to inquire and re
port whether lie shall be impeached
for high crimes and misdemeanors.
The chief charge is of arbitrary
and llligal proceedings in tbo case
of Registrar In Bankruptcy Hib
bard, lately indicted by tbe grand
jury for malfeasance and protected
by Judge Blodgett from Indict
ment for greater offences.
The Tribune's Washington spe
cial says: In view of the probable
retirement of Attorney - General
Devens from tbo Cabinet and his
appointment as Judge of tbe Maine
Circuit, speculation is already rife
as to bis successor in tbe Attorney-
General's office. It ia said that
there are four candidates already
from Chicago, one of whom is
Judge Lawrence. These rumors,
however, are entirely speculative.
The long standing report tbat At
torney - General Devens would
eventually accept the position of
Judge of the First Judicial Circuit
is reported to-uigbt iv official
quarters with deflulteness. The
President does not desire to part
with Judgo Devens and has been
especially anxious to have him
continue iv charge of the cases
now in bis handj at the south, but
his own preference for a judicial
life seems to have at length deoided
the matter, and the general under
standing among Itis friends is that
the President will send his name
in for the Circuit Judgeship within
the thirty days prescribed by law.
The matter has not yet received
formal action on the part of th*
President, nor has the subject been
considered In the Cabinet.
Conkling took his seat for the
flrit time this morning. In private
conversation he announces him
self as Irrevocably for Grant a* a
First Lieutenant C. A. Earnest
has been ordered to report to the
Superintendent of the recruiting
service, to accompany a detach
ment of recruits to the Pacific
Coast. One hundred recruits are to
be sent to Fort Yuma, for assign
ment to the 12th Infantry,
•■•a Ansaisl.il HB d Elected r v,
Seuator on tbo Oar.
Columbia, S. C, Deo. 10.—Gov.
Hampton's leg was amputated to
day below th. knee. His immedi
ate friends say his condition is not
The Legislature has elected Gov.
Hampton to the United States Sen
ate. The vote In tbe Senate was
uuanimous. The House, with two
excepelons, voted for Hampton.
The exceptions were Miller and
Simmons, colored member, from
Beaufort, wbo voted for Maokey.
■aietd. ou ins V. p. Trala.
Omaha, Dec. 10th.—James Mo-
Crary, while en route on the Union
Pacific emigrant train from Cali
fornia to visit his brother here,
committed suicide last evening be
tween Evasion and Green River.
Richmond, Deo. 10th.—A serious
flood in the James river is probable.
European Cable News.
la.rea.iuc loSlao amy
London, Deo. 10.—In tbe House
of Commons this afternoon the
Under-Secretary for India said that
tbe Couucil of India intended to In
crease the active army 15,000 men.
They were not sending out fresh
soldiers from England.
Larty Qooeb Wlua n Point.
London, Deo. 10th.—The Grand
Jury haa thrown out the bill of In
dictment against Lady Gooeh, ac
cused of couspirlng to palm off a
spurious child on her husband as
News via London.
London, Dec. 10th.— The con
tractor for ralaing the Grosser Kur
furst has signed the oontract to raise
The territorial difficulty between
the Argentine States and Chile Is
Tlie Folbenllllua: Dissolved.
Copenhagen, Deo. 10th. — In tbe
Folkanthing to-day, a royal decree
was read announcing the dissolu
tion of the Chamber, because of the
manner it has dealt with tbe gov
ernment with regard to the propo
sition for giving aid to the oolony
of Santa Cruz, which shows that
the discussion between the Folk
euthing and tbe government (tan
be no longereontinued with profit.
The Bwlaa Election.
Berne, Dee. 10th.—Col. B. Ham
mer is eleoted President and Dr. E.
Welti Vice-President of the Swiss
Confederation for 1879.
Famine In taogodor.
Madrid, Dec. 10th.—Advices re
ceived from Mogador aay that a
terrible famine prevails there.
Deaths 25 daily.
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script or RECORDS, DBC. 10, 1878.
Julia Dunn and Bernard Dunn to Anno
Crowloy—Lit It, blk 6, Hoineatead tract
of t lonesr Bulldina; Lot Association of
But Lot ADftln; IHO.
Mary Sherman to Wm Rlley-One acre
of lot 3, blk 11, Hanooek'a survey; Mil
Ban Uabrlel Cemetery Aeaoclatlon lo L
JKoie—Lots 1,3,8 and 4, block J, of tha
oenietery landt of aald Aeaoclatlon.
Ralph Rogers to Henry Lock wood—E
% lots, blk H, Cbapman tract; 125.
JacoD Ko«e to Mary E Parton— Blk F of
Roia'a Addition to Santa Ana; 1200.
George H Harmon to WH Spurfeon— 20
acrca near Sanla Ana; 81.
R H Dal ton, by Sheriff, to Jesus Valla
nueva— Lots IS, 19, blk 1, Beaudry tra -t;
alto,one-half of iwoGO-acro txaota south
of city; 16896 18.
PA Clark and Fanny R Clark, by Sher
iff, to Loulaa Keller—Lot 6. bloxk E, of
Keller'a Addition to Anaheim; mo.
A J Kins and Laura O Kins, by Sheriff,
to A H Wfleox—Lot nn Orange and Sev
enth atreets, olty; 1700.
71 Main St., Downey Block,
Uu. th. best asiortmtat or Ooods soluble for
FOR OLD AND YOUNG,
THE LATiST NOVELTIES IN
VASES AND TOILET SETS,
Aad Every Coooslvabls Variety of
ttWDo not fall to examine my Splendid Display of Elegant but
Inexpensive CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
■aTPRICEa STRICTLY MODERATE.^OI
PHIL. HIRSCHFELD, 71 Main St., Downey Block.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Jacoby's Clothing Store!
HAS COME TO THE FRONT!
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS.
IMMENSE IMPORTATION OF CLOTHING!
JUST KECEIVEDIfrgj .hi. In th. City of Now York, expressly for th.
lA>3 AnUELk.B MARKET. LOOK AT OUR PRICES, If you don't believe It:
60 Heavy Churchill. Water. nn „,„„,.
100 Brown Casimere Overcoats Z^ZZ StfitSl k
100 Gray Caslmer. Business Suit. 'If lISS' £2%
100 Stylish Plaid Suits ;. "?t JisM I«i£*m2X
60 Scotch Striped Suits It 85 So"
60 Blue Cheviot Suits »' !}* _
100 All-wool Diagonal Suits \[ ! 220 ZZ\\\ ™ ™
8000 pairCaaimere Panta " * 16 <», worth $86 OO
2000 pair Heavy Denim Overalls ~
600 doien Shaker Sock ;"i ,t m .' • P»Jf
600 dexen Cotton Book. « palr £ or * 1
800 doxen Underahlrt. and Drawer, of iii kindVto iS'. tHl^h
*r These Goods Must be Sold, In Ordor to Make Room for Another Involoe of
Clothing, whloh has been oontraoted for.
••"Remember the Place, JACOBY'S CLOTHING HOUSE, OS MAIN STREET,
Downey Blook, opposite Commercial Street. D *i
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
* Co., San Francisco; also,
J. H. CUTTER'S
Old Bourbon and Rva
From their areata, A. P. Hotallng 4 Co.,
Ban Franalaao, by tha Botaa or
Gallon, at wholf aale prices.
Genuine Scotoh and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
Ia provided with the parcel
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
ST ENOUGH ALB ON DRAUGHT.
Mala etreet, near Ooart. Los Angeles.
Having leased tha above beautiful
place, I propoae to keep a
At which none but raapeetable people
will be entertained.
Families and alngla peraona aocom mo
dated with LARGE. AIRY ROOMS and
BOARD at reasonable prloea.
dlßlm CHARLES A. SURFEE.
South California Pork Market,
No. IS MAIN STREET,
Will furnlah cottoman with the beat
Pork, Beat. Veal, Mutton and Lamb that
the market affords. Alao, Sauaagaa,
Head-Cheese and Pates of all klnda.
A fine wagon to deliver meats Iree.
AT THE STORE.
Candle* and Colored Claaa Ball* for Christmas,
Dupee'a New Hama, 1878, (Uncovered),
) WALNUTS, CHOW CHOW, ETC.
CROSS & BLACK WELL'S I LUCCA OIL, IMPERIAL PINTS,
J ENGLISH PLUM PUDDINGS,
Candied Citron and Lemon Peel; Potted Mean;
Fine Imports! Malaga Raisins; Riverside Raisin*;
Spanish Olives In bulk, Extra Fine;
German Prunes; French Prunes, In tint;
French and Amerlean Chocolate;
tTTTTTo-pva I Siloed Mango. Green Mango, Malabar, Cashmere,
HU ■«JS.Y H | Madras and Hot Bengal.
Dried Fruits of all kinds;
Smoked and Pickled Salmon;
Boiled Apple Cider, for Minoe Pies;
New Swiss, Llraberger. Eastern and Cal. Cbeeae;
Silver Drip Syrup;
FINE DRY SHERRY;
FRENCH CLARET, in bula, },^ d g „ rtMM .
BEST BRANDS LIQUORS AND CHAMPAGNES.
MOCHA, JAVA, COSTA RICA AND 810.
THE BEST lIV THK CITY.
For a CHEAP TEA we have a Good Article
at 15 cts. per pound.
Eastern Craokera, Oraoknela, Eastlakes and
All the Above at Prices to Suit the Times.
48 & 50 Spring St., Los Angeles.
Called for and delivered to any put
of th* car. by
Reed * FbiUipa, Adams St.
Order* au be laft at th* booktatorj
Mr. Sam Bellman, Sarin* St. olttf
DAVID J. HEALY,
GAS aft. STIAM PITTIR,
161 MAIN STREET.
oar All work warranted •rat-olaaa.'sCß
Jobbing att«a4*4 to wltb deepa lota, elStr