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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY -MAY 9, 1871. NOTICE. Subscribers will please take notice that Mr. Stun. Hcrgels atone authorized to collect sub ■criptlons for the Hkrald slnco April 2lst last. No other person is allowed to collect subscription-, for the paper. Reward for Vasquez. The following dispatch was received at the Herald editorial rooms at 9 o'clock last evening: Sacramento, Cal., May 8, IS7L Editor Los Angeles Hfrald:— Reward of eight thousand dollars of fered for Vasquez alive, or six thous and dollars for him dead. Newton Booth. This is a step in the right direction, and will capture or drive the bandit from the country in a very short time. Much credit is due Governor Booth for offering this large reward, in such a shape that there will be no question about its payment to those who earn it. Has the Nightmare Again. So cordially does the San Francisco Bulletin hate the Central Pacific Rail road, that it is loony on the subject of railroads generally. Just mention the word "railroad" within the hearing of Fitch and Pickekino, and you at once obtain a clear notion of how and to what extent a red shirt affects a Spanish bull. The latest locomotive spasm which those gentlemen were thrown into was caused by the an nouncement that the Los Angeles and Independence narrow gauge and the Los Angeles and Truxton roads were about to be built. It was a double dose, and like all double doses, its ef fects were doubly terrific. The Bulle tin of the 6th instant asserts, more* in sorrow than in anger, that "the expe rience of Los Angeles with railroad companies has, so far, been unfortu nate." This is followed with a reca pitulation of what it considers our mis fortunes. Out of respect for the Bul letin's judgment, it is to be regreted that the people of this city and county cannot see their railroad investments in the light of disasters. A little fur ther on in the same article we are told that Dos Angeles ha) Hitherto derived its chief support from its business connections witli the miningdistricis of Inyo und san Bernar dino counties and the Territory of Arizona, having beeu tbe headquarters of Ihe trans portation* companies employed In the trade. The branch of ttie Los Angeles and San Pedro Kaiin.aii running north, limit hy the subsidy bonds of Los Angeles, has resulted in the re moval to its terminus, San Fernando, of the workshops, stables, und dwellings of the Cerro Oordo Teaming Company, winch stead ily employs a thousand animals and about three hundred men. The construction of the branch iv tho direction of sau Bernardino has resulted in the establishment sf tlie head quarters of tlie Arizona and Sun lier nurdino teaming companies at Spadra, the terminus. Thus the business which built up and supported Los Angeles has been trans ferred to these mushroom towns, while it is compelled lo assume the unfortunate role of a way station. "Chief support" is good—very good, indeed — coming as it does from a newspaper that assumes to know all about our business. Looking over the broad, fertile valley of Los Angeles; seeing the endless grain fields, the thousands of fruit-groves antl vine yards; glancing at our trade and foot ing up our population, the thought that our "chief support" goes on the backs of " a thousand animals" to the " mushroom towns" at the end of the railroad is more than discouraging—it is positively disgusting. If we had not given the causes which led the Bulletin to exhibit its ignorance concerning Los Angeles and her valley, no one could have guessed it. Hut the secret is ou*> It is because we are going to build two more railroads, and because people may invest some money in them, that this organ of two of the most selfish men that ever damaged the prospects of a city like San Francisco, makes the ludicrous assertion that the chief support of a town of twelve thousand people—a county of twenty thousand inhabitants—is the feeding of one thousand animals and boarding the men who own and drive them! Yet the Bulletin flatters itself on pos sessing more talent, intelligence and general information than all the other papers published in San Francisco. What a commentary on the press of that city! Poor Soil for Independent Seed. After a careful survey of the Held, we are inclined to hazard tho opinion that the Independent movement in Oregon is a thing of slow motion, and will be shut out in the race. There appears to be but two parties in our neighboring State — Democrats and Republicans. Each has its soreheads, its disappointed aspirants, its repud iated leaders, and its dissatisfied mem bers, but they aggregate so much like a mustard seed or a homeopathic pill, that they will scarcely create a di version in the grand tournament to come off in June. The masses of the two old organizations are slow about putting off the old love, and manifest a decided preference for the split-hoof they know over the split-hoof they don't know. They can see nothing iv the platform of the new party that they have not seen in those of their own convention's time out of mind. The Democratic party of Oregon is not so " oderous" in the nostrils of the people as it became in this State some years ago. It has had abler, perhaps more honest, leaders than the Dem ocracy of California, and has thus fat escaped with a reputation something above that of a San Francisco ward politician. Senator Mitchell, nee Hippel, has dealt the Republican or ganization of Oregon some assassin like blows, which, though not neccs . --arily fatal, have left it so weak that it will hardly stand up in the fight so soon to come off. However this may be, tlie real struggle appears to be between the two old antag onists. Something to Guard Against. Tlie ('range movement has done much, and Will do more, to free tlie farmer from the extortions of a certain class of middle-men; but in avoiding one rock tliere is danger of running on another. Economy hat been a marked feature of the Orange thus far, and it is not probable the principle will be de parted from to a great extent for some time to come. Vet tlie farmers must have agencies and depots, and the ipec of danger which now appears above the horizon of the future is, that agents may become middle-men as objection able and expensive as those the farm ers have deposed. To avoid this pos sible danger, none but men of well known integrity and tried experience sbOtlid be entrusted with this most im portant branch of the Grange busi ness. Tlie fact that the agents are but agents, and almost entirely dependent upon those for whom they act for, success, will Induce honoroble action. Still, it is well to guard against tlie chance of growing a new dragon from the body of tlie one just slain. The Post thinks women should he allowed to go about alone, because there are ladies who do not feel Uattered by the attentions of any thing that wears pantaloons. The ed itor of the Po*l may have found one of these women, but we doubt it. Wo are, however, free to confess that if any man in the world could inspire a woman with such an absurd feeling, the editor of tlie Post is that man. The prospects of the Cerro Gordo narrow gatuje road brightens day by day. The people are unanimous in their approval of the enterprise, and almost all are anxious to become stockholders. Our leading business men are confident that the road will be built, and that speedily. That it should be, is a consummation devoutly to be wished; and when everybody unites in a determination to do a thing, it is safe to say the work will be well and quickly done. The stakes for the Truxton Railroad are planted, and negotiations for grad ing the. road-bed are progressing. We learn from a semi-official source that it is the intention of the company to push the work ahead as rapidly as possible until completed. It will not be many months before Los Angeles will have two railroads to the sea, two harbors and two points for embarking and debarking passengers and freight. The improvements In Wilmington harbor are going ahead rapidly, and plans for making it a safe and commo dious anchorage are developing every day. Truxton will aid Wilmington in the good work she has so long prose cuted—the development of the Los Angeles Valley. The political arena is a sort of melo dramatic field, more particularly to the defeated candidates; but the deter mination of Adolph Sutko to oppose the Senatorial claims of William Shakon in Nevada will, if he adheres to his purpose, reduce the contest in that State to the level of a broad farce. St THohas some reputation as a tunnel manipulator, but when he tackles the wily William in a political tussle, he will find himself on nis back before he has had time to make his first pass. Shaijon owns more property in Ne vada than any other one man in the State, and if a man who looks out for his own interests will make a good Senator, Shakon,who is withal an in telligent, well informed, shrewd bust enss man, will do his duty as Nevada's State Senator. Our evening cotemporary, the Ex press, is apprehensive of a raid on the city by Vasquez and his band. We have no doubt but that the bandit might come in here and make things lively for a few minutes,'but the chances against his doing so are about a million to one. Vasqube does not kill people for the mere love of blood money is his object. He might ride through] Main street at noon day and kill forty people. He might perform the same feat in Montgomery street, but in either case he would run great risk, shed a great deal of blood, and secure but little baoty, If he should come in here in the night, he would find the money vaults securely locked, leaving but poor picking for a band of robbers. On the whole, there is no more occasion to fear the appear ance of Vasquez in our streets, with hostile intent, than to fear the coming of a first-class earthquake or the crack of doom. The general reader is led to believe that each of the San Francisco papers has a special reporter with Vasquez, and also with his pursuers. Every movement of the bandit is faithfully recorded, and with elaborate com ments, wise conjectures, and serious intimations sufticient to fill up a col umn or more, telegraphed by "out special correspondent with Vasquez." Those with Sheriffs Morse and Cun ningham, the bandit's pursuers, are alike industrious, elaborate and wise. Is it not about time the publishers of these papers realized the fact that they are not humbugging the people?—that everybody understands these reports to be made up without regard to truth; and that not a newspaper, or its cor respondent, possesses the slightest knowledge of Vasquez or his move ments, while their information in re gard to the operations of the officers is of the vaguest character. The ac counts published in San Francisco are all sensation and bosh, containing but little aouee and no truth. Latest Telegrams. Th 3 District of Columbia Government. STARTLING DEVELOPMENT. Congress Will Ask the Pacific Rail road toPut up on theirßonds. SUFFERING IN ARKANSAS- EASTERN. Officers Affile Chamber of Commerce. NEW York, May 7.—The uniiual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce elected officer* to-day, as follows: Wm. E. Dodgtrfre-eleeted), President; George Opdyke and William Ver mile,Vice-Presidents; George Wilson, Secretary. IMrertors ol the Kansas )>neili«' Itnll rood. TOPEKA, Kansas, May 7. —At the animal meeting of tho stockholders of the Kansas Pacific Railroad, held at Lawrence to-day, Robert E. Carr, AdolphusMeyer, M. C. Greely, W. H. Lewis, Jr.; S. M, Edgell, Joliii 1). Perry, Theodore T. nfeiser anil Robert M. Baird, ot* Philadelphia, and L. H, Meyer of New York, were elected Di rectors. Robert E. Carr was elected President. A Verdict of Not Utility. Nf.w York, May 7.—The jury in the ease of ex-City Treasurer Sprugue of Brooklyn on trial for embezzlement brought in a verdict of not guilty. BpragUe will inaugurate proceedings for recovery of his property, which he turned over to secure the city against loss. lion Economically the District of Co lumbia HIM 'la '.'(.i.'il CitfCAoo, May 8. —A Washington special says Thurman dug out several important facts during 1 lis cro.-s exam ination of Governor Shepherd and others; among them that the District Government, since its organization has run in debt §10,000.1)00 over all the appropriation! made by Congress. Among some of the extraordinary items of expenditure were $4,000 for keeping in repair the old town pumps; another of $300,000 for cleaning the streets and alleys; another of $I*o,ooo wast paid for advertising in official newspapers. In tlie lirst year of tlie organization of the Board of Public Works tlie Chronicle got !?25,000; the Republican got $25,000, and tlie Eve nine/ Star $10,000. The remainder was divided among some twenty publica tions in this city and Philadelphia. Every theater programme and band* bill got some of the pap, the only dis crimination being in the amount. NafTerius: in Arkansas. MEMPHIS, May B.—Letters from tlie lower part of Arkansas give a gloomy account of tlie suffering among tlie people from Hoods in the vicinity of Bernard,Chicot county. One thousand persons are reported destitute. FOREIGN. Tbe House of Commons Explains. London, May 7.—ln the House of ('ominous to-(iay, Robert Bourke, Undersecretary of the Foreign Depart ment, said, in reply to a question, that the Government denies the resump tion of diplomatic relations with Mex ico, and is ready to receive overtures to that end, but none such have yet been received. Bourke also, in reply to Sir Henry Wolf, said that the pres ent Government had not considered it their duty to take steps to carry into execution the sixth clause of the Treaty of Washington. End of tbe Collier's Strike iv England. London, May B.—The coal miners in Durham have yielded to the terms of the employers, aud the strike is over. International Transportation Com pany. Ottawa, Can., May 7.—ln Parlia ment last night a bill incorporating an International Transportation Compa ny, with capital stock of £5,000,000, was read for the third time. The Company propose to improve and utilize the St. Lawrence River and the chain of lakes. Tbe Carllsts Defeated Again. MADRID, May B.— The Carlists under Don Alphonso have been defeated with heavy loss. Congress After tbe Pacilic Railroads. Washington, May B.—The House Committee ou the Pacilic railroads to day unanimously report and recom mend the passage of the bill directing the Secretary of the Treasury to de mand from each of the Pacific Rail road Companies the immediate pay ment of live per cent, per annum of their respective net receipts, re quired by law to be paid over to the Government, and applied to tlie liquidation of interest on their bonds. The bill will also contain a provision directing the Attorney-General to commence proceedings to enforce pay ment of this Aye per cent, in case the demand of Secretary of the Treasury is not complied with. The legislation of the last Congress merely authorized the Atorney-yoneral to commence such proceedings. This bill proposes to enact positive requirement to effect that object. WANTS-LOST-FOUND. LUS I'-BETWEEN THIS CITY AND LOS Nioios, v silver watch—hunter case. The fln.ler will be suitably rewarded by leaving the same at tho Heralo office. VI rANTEI >— A LADY WHO IS FULLY > V competent wishes a situation its child's nursc,und wilt also do plain sewing. Address Mrs. Lemons,eara Employment office, iiiyikj WANTED.— A LADY WISHES A SITU A lion in a private family to teach the piano, English and French. Host recom mendations. Address, E. 11., ut Brodrick's store. m.'Hw" V () T I C E—-A FIRST-CLASS Dairyman wanted. Uood reference! will be required. For further particulars, in qulre immediately of L. F. QuINLY,at LtW* lor's Institute, Main street, No. IIW. my Vtii ' Wanted-;;y a lady of EXPERT euco in the best schools of the East, a Situation to teach in the country, either In a public school or private family. References of highest character. Address, P. <), box ti7,i Las Angeles; or, Mr. ltalph Wright, San Diego, OaL apl&-lm WANTED, MACHINE SEWING. Gentlemen's shirts made in the latest style and Warranted to fit perfectly, by v lady whohasfve years' experience as cutter In a furnishing goods sioro in San Francisco. Also, ladles' and children's underclothing neatly made, at iny>lm No. «, Beaudry Terrace. EVERT FORM OF DISEASE ORR fi liates in disability, either constitutional or acquired, of one or more of tho vitul organs. All functional action of these organs consist simply in coutructile energy and force. Elec tricity and magnetiarn when applied directly to the Inefficient organ In a proper manner arc the most effective meuns of restoring Ibis contractile power. MR. .V MRS. L. W. FISH, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Physicians Alameda street thrse dears aerth of Com mercial. aiaU-lm FOR SALE, TO LET, ETC. 1" A ROE ORANOK AND 1,1 M X THKKs J for sale, two miles from Court House, on MaM si ii c*. The largest Ave-yearoltl Orange tree* ever oitfcred for tale in this county. Also, Qve-year old Lime trees, ami a hw Omdic trees twelve-years old. M ll.Ti IN i liuM As. l.os tngcles, Cal.. May isl 1574. ml-lm RARE OPPORTUNITY. TO RENT-TWO NICELY AND comfortably furnished rooms ami kit cheo, forthe very low rent of seventeen dol- Isn a month. Tlie furniture also lor sale. Inquire at First street, fourth door belaw l.os Angeles Hotel. iny.V6t* NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BUTCHER WANTED, rpo BUTCHER AND SELL A A. lot of sheep on shares, or for wages. Inqnlre of M. C. BAKER, ■■:< SPRING) STREET, l.os Angeles, May 7(h. my7-3t GREAT BARGAINS AT JOSEPH COHN'S, No. 3 Arcadia Block, Low An<r<*le'!s Btroet. T WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF 1 my customers to the tool thai i have just received a large stock of new goods, directly im ported, which will he sold at press cheaper than ttie cheapest. My stock consists in pari 0f2,000 pieces narrow print a! lv cents per yard. .VM) pieces bleached domestic, t-i, at \i% cents. Also, ready made clothing of the latest style. t»lSeots anil shoes of tlie hest quality, Califor nia manuiacture. And every thing belonging to my line. Please give me avail and examine the stock for yourself JOSEPH COHN, Next door to 11. Newmark A Co.'s, l.os An geles street. myDlf EAGLE HAY PRESS, ■ KADI BY THE KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO, ■ OLE PROPRIETORII. THESE PRESSES CHALLENGE ALL HAY PRESSES NOW IN USE ANYWHERE. One of the " Eagles," with lale improve ments, CAN BE SEEN AT WORK On tbe farm of Jerry Newell, about three miles from the Court House. All persons interested will please lake v look at the Press. SEE IT WORK. ONE HUNDRED BALES DAILY, Apply to the undersigned a! the Clarendon Hotel. OKTitr, — i» i o>, Bkm mx .v ii I. i<; is, BY ED. DUPEY, MAIN STREET. H. lv. BKWEY. uiyStf For Sale. A DUNHAM & SON'S J? T A. ±>i O , l urivnlleil for Sweetness of Tone and Del i nii j of Toucb. IJARTIKS PKSIKOCS OF Pl chasing are invited to give it ajfTTlrn morough trial. Call at PHOTOGRAPHIC PARLORS, OS I>o\vney Block, ap.'l9-tl "MTANTED TO PURCHASE •A SECOND HAND PIANO . Address. Box 81, l.os Anxeles I*. O. f!rni«l()^^^ H. NEWBAUER, SPRING STREET, Next door to the Herald Office, Has constantly on hnnd an extensive stock of FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, And everything in his line, which will be sold cheaper than the cheapest, myrttf UIVE HIM A CALL. GOOD FOR FARMERS CALIFORNIA HARROWS, MADE BY Tift: Kimball Manufacturing Co., SAN FRANCISCO. Greatest Improvement of the Age. No more walking in soft soil, ankle deep, all day after an old harrow. COME AM) SEE IT: Saturdays—on tlie streets, same as a Wagon; just change a lever or two, and presto ! from a "Wagon it is a Harrow, ready for its intended pur pose. Apply to tho subscriber, at the Clarendon Hotel, or Pioneer Stable, by Ed. Dupuy, Main street. H. DEWEY, AGENT FOR THE KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO. wy9-tf MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL, (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), j REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL. DI<]ALF.KS I!\ Paint a, Olid, V« i'iiis»lio«, Sriialiesi. nn A(JEXTS FOR THB2 California Chemical Paint Company. LIBERAL HVI>T T CEME:VTS OFFERED TO PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. Wlio VSi'Oiig'lit I 'rioos I>own ? tii E IMPORTANT, UNDER LAFAYETTE HOTEL, WITHOUT A DOUBT THE CHEAPEST STORE ON THE PACIFIC COAST, RECEIVE NEW GOODS 3 EVERY STEAMER HAVE THE BEST LINE OF Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes &c. I N THE CITY. ' Ladles' Balbriggan hose. 2ft ets. per pair; best quality of black velveteen, SI 25 per yard; flue black silk, from $1 50 to $3 per yard; Japanese poplin, 45ct8. per yard; the best line of grenadine, six yards "for SI 00; damask towels, Si 26 per dozen; linen napkins, SI ets. per dozen; the best white shirts at SI 00; linen hats for gents, 50 ets.; 1,000 pairs of best California shoes, $1 50. Also, a nice line of the very latest styles of ladies' linen suits, and thousands of other articles. Go there early and see all the pretty things before they are sold. Guarantee Satisfaction to All. COME EVERYBODY. AND SEE HOW CHEAT GOODS ARE SOLD AT THE NKW STORE, I !jVI PORTA IN" T . ' —————————————~~—___ zhotzel, A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN. Proprietor. xii k »Jaß k X i j ixo ap aittMi C iv x w Ars large and well rentllated, and in ths beat ponlble condition, THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expense will l»e spared t ( , make the Hotel equal to any on the Coast. K. 11. WORKMAN. wM. 11. WORKMAN. WORKMAN BROS. MANUFACTURERS AND IMTORTEHS OK HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, SADI>I,FJtY WARE, X^to. A v*.)<)!) ASSORTMENT OF" La«lle»' ami Oentlemen 1 * Traveling lA»§gm t Vntohela antl Valiia<MM on Hnnd. FINE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, STAGE AND TEaM HARNESS AND SADDLES OK OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. WE ABE PREPARED TO OFFEU GREAT IN- I3TJCENIEI\TS TO PURCHASERS. VST REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO Come and see us at the sign of the BIG HORSE, TO MAIN STREET, LOB ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. HARPER & LONG 7" WHOI.RSAI.K AN ft RF.TAIL DKAI.ERM IX Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. BABPBB At LONG KEEP THE LARGEST •TOCH ll\ LOff ANGELEK Ol' THE MOST VARIED GOODS EVERY KIND OF Household Furniture, Kitchen Furniture, ■A.g?rleultural Implements* PLUMBING, ROOFING GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS rr.OMPTLV AND XKATLTEZECUTn AT LOW n vim. RimemliM the .Address: HARPER Ac LO^G, l 1 ""J* aTBEKT. u.w.e.r> itloek> i,«a avukl.u. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. NOW 13 THE TIME TO AVAIL rOUHAKLYH Ot TIIK GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY BT ITItCIIASING YOU* Watches, Clocks, Jewelry AMI «UA' BBWABS or ©. 11. BUSH, 79 31 am Street, AS I WILL START FOR THE East about tbe Mtu of May to purchase h select HtooK. I propose to makeit interest ing for all in.v olil customers, and add new I ones, by selling goods from this date, utit.l | my return. AT PRICES THAT WILL MAKE YOU ALL FEEL GLAD. W. 13. TULLIS. A praetieat Watch Repairer ane. a No. 1 Engraver, will have charge of tho store during my absence, A Pleasure to Show Goods. Ycry thankful for past favors, I remain n public servant, inyl-tf C. R. RI-'HH, TO SAN FRANCISCO 111 I W I I Oil I'M ONLY 170 MILES OF STAGING. TELEGRAPH STAGE LINE FROM LOS ANOELEI TO S A IN FH AXCI«O O . Passengers LEAVING LOS ANGELES hy southern t'aotOc Railroad, at 11:26 a. m., connect With the Telegraph stage Line, running Concord oo aches, hav.ng Ban Kran cisco iiaiiy for Delano, connecting with trains of Central Pacific Railroad tor Stockton, Hac nimento, San Jose and San I-rant inn. TOl RISTN t Wishing to visit Yok< mite ami Big Tic* ; Grove* can tiiucure ucket* tor u*e round trip 1 Ut ihtt I<MIHI I*l i-er>t,r> fi | it( tI • • «<>..' t , J <*.-ot i *.t I'll | HAVILAH, KERNVILLE, LONE PINE, INDEPENDENCE, aud CERRO UORDO ' Connect at Bakerafield with ths Telegraph j stage Company 'a Eastern Line. hor Through Tickets—allowing (io days lay over—ami other information, apply to Lue j Angeles ornce Telegraph stage Line, United I Stales Hotel. WM. HAMILTON, WM. U. ROBERTS, Proprietor*. WM. HAMILTON, Gensfal BupH. j ap.«i-lm W. APPLETON, Agent. ALISO MARKET. WILLIAM BRAND, PROPRIETOR. DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH and Salt Meals of the best quality. Urderspromptly attended to. Aliso street, second door from the corner of Aluincdu. apliy-tf FRED DOHS HAS REMOVKD ma SHAVING SALOON TO B&trlcet Street, lietween Main and Spring, adjoining Noyes A Durfees Auction House, wnere be will begiad to receive liis old friends and many new ones apLiH-lm • t i SOMETHING 9NE W lie LOS ANGELES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY Iriends and the public generally, that 1 have engaged one of the very hest W A T C II 31 A KERM Direct from Switzerland, who will give thorough satisfaction. Peraoos liavmg watches or clocks to repair will please give me v trial und judge for themselvi s. Also, constantly on hand, iij,lWU ussoitiu art ieles, lor sale i in up, ut *'. inronjH vs, CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STQ JXo. 80, inyl-Gi. a. s. Mcdonald, AT THE WELL-KNOWN ROOT AND , sl ofore, opp* site the » ourt House, baa opu.. v a 1 ne stick of BOOTS AND SHOES. Keeps constantly on band a full Hue 0/ latest Styles of GAITERS, ALEXIS TIES, GOVERNMENT SHOES, SLIPPER?, PINE AND HEAVY HOOTS, ETC. REMEMBER THE PLACE : 104 Main Street, Opposite the Court House. ap2B-tf Notice to Shippers of Wool. j "yyr X ARE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN THROI'QU BILL* OF LADING For wool to New York or Host on by vessels Uoodall, Kelson 4c Perk i as' Steamship Line, In ronaectloa with the C. P. R. R. YIaSAN FRANCISCB. <f. L. WARBaV CO., MM*.!* Agents. Nothing Like It. »lALONE'S PATENT j Pruning Shears ! [ All Pruning Done From The Ground ! He.vy Bale* Already Made. I So* I'aed by Our iv .I Oreliardlata. I die Sy metry ortbeTrea Unimpaired. Nine Tentba mt Tlia Loss Saved by t .iua; Tbese Shears. J uls-tstf. f>. DOBB, Agl. far Cat