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BATURDAY DEC 21. 1878
Herald Steam Printing House.
Tbe Hern: i sitaam Printing House Is
not surpassed by any Job Printing office
en tho Pacific Coast, outtide of Han Fran
eiaco, tn facilities for doing Job work
Low prloes, good work and expedition
may be relied upon at tnla office.
Very iood after tlio Eight to
Seven adjustment of tbe last Presi
dential election various projects
ware presented for so modifying stir
electoral law as to avoid contro
versies In tho future. Tha chief
of these schemes owes its paternity
to Senator Edmunds. It takes the
most extreme State Rights view of
the subject, compelling the adjust
ment of all disputes as to the valid
ity of tbe election of the electors by
the States themselves. Incase of
disputed certificates, machinery
for deciding the controversy by
Congress is provided by the bill.
As the Edmunds measure has pass
ed tbe Senate by 3 j ayes to 26 noes,
the following synopsis of its pro
visions, which we find in the edi
torial columns of the San Francis
oe Chronicle, possesses decided iu
First—The day for the Presiden
tlal election is changed from the
■rtt Tuesday after the first Monday
In November to the first Tuesday
Second—lf the office of President
■hall become vacant at auy time
before fourteen mouths from the
regular election, there shall be a
apeeial election held to fill the va
Third—Tbe Electors shall meat
and vote on the second Monday in
January next after the election. In
the meantime, If disputes occur iv
any State or States as to what Elec
tors have beeu legally elected, the
States respectively, aud not Con-
Cress must settle them; and if such
disputes shall be settled before the
second Monday in January, when
tbe Electors are to meet and vote,
the settlement shall be conclusive
ot the title of the Electors in whose
favor it is made.
Fourth —Coneress, on the secoud
Monday in February, shall meet iv
Joint session of the Seuato and
House. Al this session tbe Presi
dent of the Senate is to open the
electoral certificates and hand
them to tellers appointed for eaob
House. Tbe names of the States
Must be called alphabetically;
and if the legality of • uy certificate
it questioned, it must bo objected
to ou the reading of Ilia same.
After such objection tbe Senate is
to withdraw, and each House shall
vote and decide separately from the
other uu the objection.
Fifth —If there Is hut one certifi
cate or return, it requires the votes
of both Hotisesacting separately to
reject it. If there is more than one
certificate returned, and if the
State tribunal shall have approved
any one, then that must be accept
ed by both Houses as Ihe true re
turn from that State. If a dispute
arises as to the legality of Ihe State
tribunals, where seveial tribunals
exist in any State for the approval
of certificates, the vote of such
State must nut be counted unless
both Houses agree as lo which cer
tificate was returned by the lawful
State tribunal. It is the same
where a return is made from auy
State without authority of any
lawful Slate tribunal.
What reception this plan will
meet witli in the Democratic
House can only be coujeotured, but
we look for a chilling welcome. It
Will be remembered lhat the atti
tude assumed by the Democratic
majority of the House of Repre
sentatives in the Hayes-Tilden
controversy was that Congress, iv
Joint convention, had a right to go
behind tiie face of tho rcltirns to
inquire into their validity. This
claim in no respect whatever
impinged upon a rightful state
ment of the doctrine of Statu sov
ereignty, ft by no means follows
tbat because the verdict of a State,
when ascertained to be its real ver
dict, should be respected by Con
gress, that a false and fraudulent
one should receive equal weight. It
is hard to resist the conviction
that, when the Constitution of the
United States provided for a scru
tiny of the Electoral returns hy
both Houses, and for tho election of
a President by the House of Rep
resentatives under cirtaiu contin
gencies, it intended to lodge in
Oengies9 a certain discretion —a
discretion reaching even to the
making of a President—certainly to
theexteut of Judging when the
contingency had arisen. That Mr.
Edmunds lias been guided by ad
mirable motives in the framing of
bis measure cannot bo doubted.
That a Deuiocralic House of Rep
resentatives will stultify Itself ly
•itch a violent c mtrast as would te
presented between the passage ( f
such a bill and its action of two
years ago may well be questioned.
Tne California Legislature, at tbe
Instance of Col. Oeorge H. Smith,
Senator from this county, lias of-
flcially p'lt itself upon record that
a chant;-.- is needed by Ssnate Joint
Resolution No. 13, adopted April
1, 1878. Thin resolution, drawn up
and oCered by Col. Smith, reads:
"Where»s, U is provided by the
_ "Constitution of the United States
"that 'eau-h State shall appoint, in
''lv auch manner as the Legisla-
"ture ttiere if may direct,' tbe
"Presidential Electors, and tinder
"•aid provieiou it devolves upon
"tbe Legislature to provide not
"only for the manner of voting for
"such Electors and tiie counting of
"tbe votes, but also for the judicial
"determination of all controversies
••and contests; and, whereas, under
"the existing laws of the State no
"provision ia made for determining
"such controversies and contests;
'* "and, whereas, it is expedient and
| "necessary that this omission
"should be supplied, aud provis
ions he made by law for the judi
cial determination of all suoh
"controversies and contests; aud,
"whereas, tho Congress of the
"United States, under tho powers
"conferred upon it by the Consti
tution, has fixed the Tuesday after
"the first Monday in November as
"the day for the election of Presi
dential Electors, and the first
"Wednesday iv December follow
ing as the day for the Electors to
"meet and cast their votes fur
"President; and, whereas, tbe
"period elapeiDg between the days
"thus fixed is too short to admit of
"any judioial determination of con
"treversies and contests ■vising as
Jl to the election of such Blectors,
"and tho Legislature is thereby
"prevented from exercising its un
doubted Jurisdiction in tbo prem
ises; therefore, be it resolved, etc.,
"that our Senators ho instructed
"aud our representatives iv Con
gress requested, to uso all means
"in their power to secure such
"amendment of the law as to pro.
"vide for tiie lapse of at least live
"months betweeu the day lixed for
"choosing Electors and the day
"fixed for tbe casting of their votes
"for President, and that a copy of
"these resolutions be forwarded to
"each of our Seurtlors ar.d repre
sentatives in Congress."
California has pronounced Tor a
change In tho modus operandi of
conducting the Presidential elec
tion. We very much fear, how
ever, that the chango really needed
Is such a one In the hearts of the
people as will admit of their return
to tho habits of fair play and re
spect for tbe law as if exists which
were shown so conspicuously by
tbe franier* and early administra
tors of the Constitution and with
out which no finesse in Constitu
tion making or mending will avail
a bsubee in avoiding dangerous
political controversies in tho fu
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
[Special to tbe llkhald by the Western
Unloa Telegraph Company.
Pacific Coast News.
TM tie ivaatlvn,
Baohamesto, Dec. 201 h.—The
Convention met at the Usual hour.
In Committee of tho Whole, Wil
son, of San Francisco, offered an
amendment to seel ion i 2, author
izing money to be drawn from the
State Treasury to support orphans
aud abandoned Children. A num
ber of set speeches, to Iho full ex
text of thu time allowed, have been
made, aud fifty members are
awaiting an opportunity to speak.
The friends of the amendment ar
gue thut orphans are the wards of
the State and should he protected.
Opposition is mainly based on the
expense and religious belief incul
cated in asylums.
Wilson's amendment was adopt
ed by 90 aflirinative votes.
Vacquerel offered an amend
ment giving the State the right at
any time to iuquire into the man
agement of institutions receiving
money from tbo Treasury.
MeCallum offered as a substitute
secliou 23 of the old Constitu
tion. Speaking in support of the
substitute he said the object of the
Legislative Committee was to ac
complish just what has bpen re
versed by tlio Wilson amendment.
McCallum's substitute was lost.
I'be Committee rose and tho usual
recess was taken.
Tiie Convention reassembled at 2
In Committee of tho Whole sec
tion 23, relating to the compensa
tion of members of the Legislature,
wus under consideration. Tiie sec
tion as reported from the commit
tee does Dot specify any sum, leav
ing it to the Legislature, providing,
however, that no increase of com
pensation shall take eff.ct during
tiie term fur which membeis shall
have been elected.
An amendment by Filcher, limit
ing the pay to six doliarsa day and
mileage to ten ceus, was discussed.
After a long discussion an amend
ment was adopted |(ixing the com
pensation at eigiit dollars a day
aud mileage ten cents.
Section 24, after a long debate,
was amended to read, ''livery act
shall embrace but ouo subject and
matters p operly connected there
with, which subject shall be ex
pressed iv il9 title; but it uny sub
ject shall be embraced in tlio act
which shall not be expressed in its
title, such act shall be void only as
to so much thereof as shall not be
expressed in the title."
Ae'iesmctn I. v ■ .Unll'e Plunder
lii- rreucu Batik.
San Francisco, Leo 20th.—The
Succor Mill & Mining Company
have levied an assessmentoiso cents
per share,delinquent January Ist.
The extent of the peculations of
Lawrence Otis Hall, defaulting
clerk of the London and San Fran
oisco Bank, are now ascertained to
have been exactly $36,000. Of this
sum $13,000 was In a roll or green
backs, which he took ou the day of
his flight, and tbe balance was in
gold notes which he had appropri
An officer discovered the remains
of a well dressed mau to day, lying
face down in the mud, near tbe
bridge which connects South San
Francisco with tbe Potrero.
All tbe assets of the French Bank
havii g been surrendered by ex-Ke
ceiver Low, it is expected that the
bank will resume business iv a few
days. The Directore were in ses
sion this afternoon ramodeling the
by-laws and transacting other im
portant business preparatory to re
Tbe Cborcblll Trim.
San Buena Ventura, Dec. 20
At the opening of the afternoon
session of tbe Court to-day, the
prosecution unexpectedly closed.
Mr. Allen, for the defense, opened
their oase to tbe jury in an elo
quent address, statins what was
expected to be proven. He dwelt
at some length on the prisoners'
hitherto unexceptional character
and said that tlio same conspiracy
which, for years, had tried to de
fraud him of bis land, had placed
him In a jail and finally in tbe fel
ons dock, but, as iv tbe former
case, the law would do justice.
Quite a number of county officials
aud other prominent gentlemen
were thou called, Who testified to
the prisoner's good character in
i.ll.lietl 111 n tittle.
Orovillk, Dec. 20th. —W. P.
Riley, a iniuer, was caved upon
aud crushed to deatli this alter
hood, at the Hendricks mine,
three miles from Oroville.
Latest Eastern News.
Cofttftos asaw wmiams r .i-'._
Washington, Dec. 20th.—Repre
sentative Williams had a relapse
this morning and 11 sinking rapid
Tin- ui..nU»rd Delia* ClfetttNt>.
Washington, Dec. 20th.—The
Secretary of Ihe Treasury will, ou
tiie Ist of January, reissue sub
s'antially the circular relative to
tbe manner in which standard sli
ver dollars may be obtained, which
was promulgated on the 8d of Sep
tember last but revolted.
Tiki a.-uaril Kuvratluatlui*.
Washington, Dec. £oth.—ln tho
Seward investigation to-day, the
question arose as to whether Sew
ard can he requited to take oath
and testify on the subpoena served
last night, requiring him to pro
duce certain books, pipers and
vouchers, which, it is alleged, he
took with him from Shanghai to
Pekln. His counsel, Merrick,
claimed that such a demand was a
plaiu violation of tiie Constitution
aud common law, Seward being
the prosecuted party. Mr. Carpen
ter contended that Seward must
respond to the subi/ccna and could
only plead (he personal privilege
not to criminate himself. The
Chairman indicated concurrence in
Carpentei's views, but reserved his
VerUiCt AfatSial tie... Slieri.lau.
New York, Dec. 20th.— The jury
In the case ot James E. Whaleu vs.
Gen. Sheridan, on trial in the
United States Circuit Court for the
lust throo weeks, found a verdict
for defendant this evening. The
suit was tor the recovery of over
$400,000 for the seizure ot the
Kilona plantation, in St. Charles
parish, Louisiana, iv August, 18G7,
and the ejectment of Whaleu by
the military order of Gen. Sher
idan, who was then Military Gov
Tulevlu;r Kuld by luillau*.
Norh Platte, Neb., Dec. 20th.
—A party of fourteen Indians
raided Walker'sraoeh, eight miles
west of here, this morning, driving
away eight horses. They also got a
few head of horses at Randall's
ranch and one from Laing's. The
Sheriff of Lincoln county, with a
posse ot citizens and a squad of sol
diers from Fort MoPherson are iv
pursuit. They hope to overtake
the Indians ou the Loup. As this
is the third time Indians have
raided this vicinity without being
punished, it is thought they will
uot expect it during this cu-ld snap.
Ar«-libl*li«|i i»,irc<>ll I'luituclatlj
Cincinnatti, Dec. 20th.—Arch
bishop Furoell aud his brother Ed
ward are just now unable to pay
moneys ueposited with them by
Catholics. A week or so ago a note
given by Piireell went to protest at
one of the banks, then another and
another, and, a few dsys after they
were filed in the office of the Re
corderof niortguges by the Pnrcells
to the amount of $75,001). Purcell
had done his hanking business witli
Joseph Heinaiin, the German
banker who failed a short time ago,
and caused a run on them. The
number of depositors is variously
estimated at from three to six
thousand and the liabilities are
guessed at $1,000,000; but these fig
ures are only estimates. Father
Purcell says it is not necessary to
state tho number of depositors or
liabilities, as it is really not the
business of the public. Re the de
positors few or many, they canuot
lose in the end, as the Church has
too much property to allow this.
He said: "We shull soon be able,
I hope,to pay all demands and lam
sure, at least, that no one will
lose anything by us, as there is no
mortgage or judgment or liens on
our churches or institutions,
whether charitable or educational,
and there can be nu danger of loss
to any one. It is said on pretty
irood authority that the venerable
Reuben Springer, whose magnifi
cent donations to the Cincinnati
public aud to art in Cincinnati
have made him famous, has de
clared that the Archbishop shall
uot suffer financially, even if it
should cost him a round million.
It is asserted that Springer has al
ready handed to the Archbishop a
check for $40,000.
A Hm Vina llaua Saiprudl.
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. £0 —
The Indianapolis Savings Bank
suspended this morning. Liabili
ties to depositors, $20,000. The
bank has a surplus of $7200,
Tb« SI. Lnuls Brldicn Hold.
St. Louis, Dac. 20.—Tho Illinois
and rit. Louis Bridge was sold at
the east front of the Court
House, between 12 and 1 o'clock to
day, under a decree of the Court
foreclosing the first and second
mortgage bonds. It was purchased
in the name of Antony J, Thomas,
of New York, who paid $50,000 gold
as earnest money. The price paid
was $2,000,000. Although the
bridge was bid in for Mr. Thomas,
who Is said to represent a lurge
number of bondholders, it is under
stood tbat, after tile sale i. con
firmed by tbe Court, it will become
the property of a new company or
ganized here a few diys ago, called
■•■The St. Louis Bridge Company,"
with the capital stock placed at
$7,990,000. Most of the same par
ties have also organized a new tun
nel company, with a capital stoolt
of $1,200,000. Judge Treat, of the
United State* Court, lias directed
the receiver to deliver possession of
the tunnel property to the new
I rt c Brewlua lv El Psin.
St. Louis, Deo. 20th.—Advices
Irom Texas say that official Intelli
gence has been received at Austin
rrnm the El Paso district thai
armed bands of desperadoes have
arrived there from New Mexico;
that tbe Mexicans show signs ot
making trouble, and the Judge of
the district fears tbat Court cannot
European Cable News.
fitl.alAH NtntlOMlH uu lilt) K'.uijtnfie.
Berlin, Deo. 20th.—A dispatch
from St. Petersburg aays that tbe
agitation among the students con
tinue-. On tbe 16th lust, a meet
ing wus helil ts protest against the
violence of tbe soldiery. Ths oc
currences against which tbe stu
dents protested are as follawe: The
Prefect of Police bad promised to
bring an answer to tbe petition
calling attention to the oppression
of students and reques'ing the lib
eration of their colleagues arrested
at CharkeS. Instead of any reply
being given the St. Petersburg col
leges were surrounded by two
thousand gens d'armes and Cus
saokg and two huudred arrests
made. The Cossacks used whips
and several students were injured.
The drawbridge over the Neva was
removed to prevent thousands of
students from crossing to the south
side. Tiie lecture halls have been
closed. Fresh distill bauces are ex
pected. Meetings within the uni
versities, as well as outside, are for
bidden, and the police are ordered
to act with the universities if re
quested by the Rectors. A procla
mation is conspicuously posted for
bidding the carrying of arms in the
St. Petersburg district except by
U.ffr.l nt Ti.y lut-'N ..[lt.
Berlin, Dec. 20th.—The Official
Gazette says t lie government, sin
cerely regrets the early and unex
pected death of tho Hon. Bayard
Taylor, who, iv the short period of
his labors here, succeeded in pro
moting and maintaining in the
most desirable manner tho rela
tions between the United Slates
and Germany. The Gazette pays a
high complement to Mr. Taylor's
character. All tiie other newspa
pers publish similar panegyrics.
To all who are suffering from Ihe errors
nnd mdlstu'et.ons of youth, nervous
weakuess, early dee ly, loss of msnuooi'.
etc., I will senit a recipe that will cure
you FItKK Of CH\ttG.'.. This crest
remedy wis discovered Uy a mi-slouary
luSou'h Amerlci. send asell'-add essed
envelope to Ihe ItEV. JOSEPH T IN-
M AN, Station D, Uiblc Hou-e, New York
Rudden Changvs of Tfmpf.katurf
produce Cougns, Coids, Sore Throats aod
Lung HjH irdert*, wi.l h Dr. Jay no's Ex
pectorant can he relied on to cure.
IJy a competent youtfsr business man,
lately from the But, a situation In either
a dry goods or a grocery house. Ad
dress 0. E. J., Herald office. d2l-lw
An experienced woman deslre3 a situ
ation as nrst-cla*s cook and house
keeper or laundress. Is a sempstress;
noobjeotion to thu country. Kelereuees
given. Enquire at Mrs. Erye's, near the
i'ostofflce, spring etreet. dtU*lw
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FOR CASH, CASH ONLY.
ISO Main St., Cardona Block,
Is offering his ENTIRE STOCK, from now until after the HOLIDAYS,
25 Per Cent. Lower than the Lowest!
His immense slock consists of themoat stylish Men's, Youths' and Boys'
Clothing; a full line of Dent's Furnishing Goods, Hats of all styles.
Boots and Shoes of the host manufacture*, an endless variety
of Neckwear, Bilk Handkerchiefs, etc.
ftaTAll tho above Goods were bought for cash iv the Eastern Market.
I, therefore, can afford to sell 25 per cent, lower than the same article
can he bought elsewhere.
Strictly Cash and One Price Only.
Remember the Place, 120 Main St.
MKS. PONET will Mil at auction.
ON MONDAY, Deo. 23d,
and each succeeding day until stock Is
disponed of, her valuable stock of MIL*
LIN B XV and FANCY uOOU.s.
■VKare bargains will be offered nt pri
vate sale uetore tho auction. d-1 lw
Sheriff's Salo-No. 20632
DeliaT. DavU, PlalnlltJ, vs. Charles W.
Davis, DoMudaol — Twelfth Disiricl
Under and hy virtue of ati execution Is
sued out of iho District Court ol the
Twelfth Judicial District of tho State of
California, in aud lor tho city and county
or S.*n Krauclsco, and to me directed and
delivered ou the lSlh day of Deaeuiber,
A. D. 1878, aud by virtue oi an order
made by ihe a ores aid District Court ou
the 13th duy of December, A. D. IS7B, in
favor of Delia T. Davis, and
against Charles W, Davis, defendant, I
have levied upon uud shall on
TUESDAY, THE 14th DAY OK
JANUARY, A. D. 1879,
At 12 80 o'clock p. m .. proceed to sell, at the
court house door, in the city and couuty
of Los Angeles, Htite >if California, at
pubiicauctlon, iorca-.ii in U. is. gold coin,
Lo satisfy said order nnd accruing costs,
all the right,tHo and Intercut of the de
fendant C. W. Davis In and to the follow
ing descrlbt d real estate, to wit:
Ail lhat certain, piece, parcel or lot of
land, situate lv the city of Los Angeles,
couuty of Loi Angeles, Srnto of Califor
nia, more particularly described aa fol
lows, to wii:
Commencing on the north lino ol
Nichols' private street, at or near the
southeast corner of lot No. ono (1) oi
block thirty-six (3>), Hancock's survey
of thirty-live acre lots or Donation lots;
i hence 8 degrees X 2*tf feet, more or
less, to the western line of Pear] street ;
theuce N 37.!* degrees X along the wettt
ernliueol Pearl street 6:6 feet, more or
less,to the southern line of Tenth street;
thence westerly along the southern line
of Tenth street 812 feet, more or less to
land now owned by Irvine: theuce south
27 decrees west, following the line'fence
as now estaolished us tlio eastern bound
ary of said Irvine's land, 40S'4 feet, tn
the point of beginning, containing 3 1-12
acres, more or less.
Given under my hand, nt the cily and
eouutv of Los Angeles, Sfite of Califor
nia, tnis i'Olh duy ol December, A. l>. 1878.
11. M. MITCHELL,
Ky James C. Kays, Deputy. d2ltd
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Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc., Can be Had from
now till January I, 1879, at the
WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COS V OR VALUE.-©a
One-half dozen LADIES' FINE HOSE ami S2 =i 0 in Gold Coin, for 11.001
One-half dozen FINE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS and S2 50 in Gold Coin, for 11.001
One-halt dor.en GENTS' FANCY SOCKS and $2.50 in Gold Coin, for $1 00!
Coulter's, 81 Downey Block,
Initial Handkerchiefs, Nubias, Cloaks, Masonic Handkerchiefs, Velvets, Shawls,
New Style Collars, Hut tons, Quilts, Linen and Lace Collars, Operas, Napkins,
Chenille and Silk'l ies, Ribbons, Velveteen, Linen Toilet Seta, Ruchings, Veil Goods,
Ladies' Merino Vests, Pine, Wool hose, Ladles' Underwear, Gloves, Cotton Hose,
Table Linens, Doylies to Match, Towels, Kid Gloves.
We are Constantly Receiving Choice New Goods, and are
Determined to Offer Inducements to Cash Buyers.
LOS ANGELES. Dec. H. 1678. o2C-d&w-3m
B. F. COULTER.
Great Clearance Sale of
OUR OWN IMPORTATION, AT COST!
Examine Our Stock. MEYBERG BROS.
The Balance of Our Fall Importations
Consisting in part of
Ladies' Cloth, Beaver and Matlaisse Cloaks,
Direct Importations from Parle;
LADIES' READY-MADE WRAPPERS,
In the latest styles aud qualities.
2 cases of Dress Goods, in Fall Shades and Plaids, which we offer at
25c. per yard Good value at 37Jc.
1(10 dozen three-button Kid Gloves ut $1 per pair Worth, $1 50
75 dozen Huck Family Towels al SI per dozen
100 dozen Ladies' Hot* it $L5O per' dozen Good value, $2.50
Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk and Lace Ties, Embroider
ies, Shawls, Flannels, Waterproofs, etc.,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Gents', Youths' and Boys' Clothing,
Of ihe latest styles aud makes;
Ladies', Children's and Cents'
Boots and Shoes,
AT VERY LOW FIGrUKJES;
Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises,
Jk__ BOTTOM PRICES,
F'OH. CASH OMLY
Isaac Norton & Co.,
MAIN STREET, Corner of Requena,
OPPOSITE THE U. S. HOTEL. dIMJI
A MERRY CHRISTMAS!
RETURN AXD FARBWELL AITEAR
BERT'S DRAMATIC COMPANY!
B3TFOH THRRE NIGHTS ONLY, ooru
menemc on munuay evening, De
cember 23d. A CHANGE OF BILL
NIGHTLY. MONDAY EVITN'G, Deo.
231, will ho produced Dion Boueicaul t'.-t
grout pi ay,
TUESD\Y KVENrNG, Dec. 21, for the
flrit time in Los A'lgeles, Leonard
Grovn's most tuecassml Ameiioiu
Our Boarding House!
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Dec. 26
-(Ui AND CHRISTMAfI MATINEE,
commencing at 2o'clock sharp.
Admission, 50c. | Children, 25c.
CHRISTMAS EVENING, Dec. 25th, the
yroat emotional pis,',
IS <> ■ c - 31 i c li c 1!
And tho screaming farce,
Slasher and Crasher!
Bfir-Kr>servecl seats nt Louis Lewln A
Co.'.s WITHOUT hXTIt A CHAKUE.
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
•Vlm* O! J WKI«JsI4«
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
A Co., dun Francisco; also,
J. 11. CUTTER'S
Old Bourbon and Rye
From tholrugents, A. P. Hotaling & Co.,
Hull Francisco, hy the H<-Hie. or
Gallon, ut wholesale prices.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
Is provided with the purest
WINES* IiTQUORS AND Ilf.
POUTED HAVANA CIGARS.
tm- ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court. Loa Angeles.
AGRICULTURAL PARK 7
Having longed Ihe above beautiful
place, I propose to keep a
At which none but respectable people
will bo i-ntertained.
Families and single persons accommo
dated with Li.RGB, AlH\ ROOMS and
110AKD at reasonable prices.
dlO 1m CHAKLFS A. DURFEE.
OR TO LET ON SHADES FOR GRAIN
NEARLY 3l>Oo ACRE* ot fine f mlt
land, with valuable water tight, just
back or tho Indiana Colnuv.
WPRICEd VERY MODERATE.
HENRY G. MONKP,
oSTtf San Gabriel ro.toflice.