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SATURDAY JUNE 1, 1678
Herald Steam Printing House.
The Herald Steam Printing House Is
not surpassed by any Job Printing offlce
oo the Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran.
clseo, in facilities for doing Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
nay be relied upon at this office. V
While by far the greater part of
the spread of white paper used by
newspapers has been taken up by
discussions of the politics of man,
the real ruler of the globe, woman,
his been often overlooked. Of late
(here has been a marked revolution
la tbe costume of the fairer sex.
Tbe femiuineh nbi 1 intents have been
In all ages subject to the most ca
pricious changes. First we had that
of tbe generic grandmother, Eve.
There was little of the conventional
in either sex then. The lines writ
ten by the Twickenham poet,
nearly six thousand years ago, ac
cording to orthodox chronology,
after tbis charming and capricioua
creation, woman, still apply to
her; she is "most adorned when not
adorned at all." But, from the
somewhat retrenched fig leaf, wo
man has advanced to an infinite
complexity of body gear, " furbe
lows and things."
The moat notable fashion of late
years was an incident of that peri
odic and inevitable development
of the sex which, under the pat
ronage of the Empress Eugenic,
while "expecting," introduced the
hoop. After a vigorous career the
hoop finally fell into desuetude.
Even at its best, the hoop wus but
a revival of a fashion dating back
to Queen Anne's time, though, in
that instance, there was no neces
sity for it. In tbe life of a compar
atively young in-in the bustle, the
hoop, the tilting hoop, tho pauier,
tbe accompaniments of toilette
which characterized tbe Grecian
bend, the loug train, have all suc
ceeded each other with bewildering
rapidity. Perhaps the most grace
ful and interesting of all these
fashions, to the gross male sex, was
tbe tilting hoop. A devious wan
dering through a great city would
frequently reveal ankles of exqui
site proportious and a tapering and
swelling development of lhe lower
"limbs" which is supposed to in
dicate, par excellence, the grace of
form pre-eminently oouceded to the
We are pleased to be able to
chronicle the fact that ''dress re
form," in the feminine toilette has
lately made a very gratifying ad
vance. Tho styli now inclines to
the short skirt for street dress. If
there is oue disgusting tiling in
this world it is to see dainty
women, with whom personal clean
liness is, of course, aud ought to
be, a fanaticism, trailing their
skirts along the streets and drag
ging them iv the tilth and unutter
able Hastiness common to nearly
all American thoroughfares. The
fact that we are able to aunounce
this progress in the edicts of fash
ion shows that much may be hoped
for In the future. And whatau il
limitable field there is for improve
ment? The fashions upon which
women pride themselves are un
questionably the most absurd
things iv the whole range of the
personal history of mankind. A
creature of influite grace has
chosen to cumber herself with the
most grotesque conceits, with not
only a resultaut loss of health but
of grace as well.
In searching for the mo3t grace
ful toilette for women the inquirer
could not go arnica hy adopting
either such a costume as that worn
by Dido when she delighted the
eyes of the waudering or
that worn by the traditional Rosa
lind of the stage. Why the sex
have subjected themselves to the
disabilities of their ordinary garb,
in Europe aud Ameriei, passes all
comprehension. There is probably
no more illogical thing in the
world than a woman ariayed en
cotlume for a horseback ride in a
sidesaddle. The whole episode vi
olates both tlie law of gravity, tlie
canon of good taste and the in
slinot of grace, the latter ao natu
ral toa woman. Why the softer
but the really potential »ex should
submit to a variety of costumes
only calculated to diminish its
charms is a mystery of mysteries
There have heen revolutions in
everything hut tho costumes of
Caucisian w iuieu. They have re
mained substantially the same,
with ouly variations of caprice,
since tlie Middle Ages The Amer
ican and trench Revolutions were
powerful enough to hreak the pre
scriptions of epsle and the super
stition of •' tlie right divine of
kings," hut they have, left the toi
lette of women the same triplet relic
of a barbarism which existed five
hundred years ago.
" Dress reform," in the full sij!
niHcauce ol the term, has heen Im
peded hy thu fact that ouly the
ugly aud the angular representa
tives of the sox luve so lar thrown
themselves into the breach. The
women of flat breasts, of thick
ancles and thin—shall we say it?—
calves, of the kuook-kneed and
pigeon-t-jed variety, have, so far,
lamentably fur tlie cause of dress
reform, and those women ouly,
have shown themselves appre
ciative of dress reform. What
man was evrr heard to complain
of Mrs. Scott Siddom or Miss Nell
son in th* costume of Rosalind?
There breathes not on the broad
globe to-day a man so base as to
enter a protest to these fascinating
visions. It is precisely there that
the dress reform of the future lies—
a dress reform which is really iv
the interest of health aud the es
thetic. AVhile mankind aro averse
to seeing feminine skeletons ar
rayed In au approach to the male
costume, when it comes to the
symmetrical representatives of tbe
sex, the women with trim ancles,
with tho line of grace exemplilied
even to the detail of tho "dimpled
Roman knee," there is not a mile
alive who would breathe anything
To close a somewhat discursive
article, it is somewhat singular
that, while lhe Cnueasiau tnuie has
relinquished the picturesque and
artistic costume of his sex in the
middle ages, exchanging its splen
dors of color and bedizzen raeut for
tho plain black dress suit of to
day, woniau still lings lo the
awkward and cumbersome vest
ments of a time tbut lias passed.
We welcome the short skirts ns a
harbinger of refornn that are to
come, Ist us hope, in the immedi
There can ba very liltle doubt
of the fact that the Central organi
zations of both parties, in leaving
the question of delegates at large
to the Constitutional Convention
in the muddle in wliich it confess
edly is, have done an unprece
dented thing and one wliich sug
gests inquiries Which hiuge either
on their integrity or common
sense. When, in the history of
two great parties, were men left
in a dilemma so deplorable us that
which now confronts the Voter?
THE great Bugbee has at last
eventuated. Mechanics' Hall,
which knew him but the other
day, will know him uo more for
some lime to come. Thus passes
away the glory of the world. All
the anvils aud cannon have "vol
leyed aud thundered," to borrow
the felicitous language of Tenny
son, and now au exceeding great
calm —a spirit of rest aud resigna
tion—has fallen upon the "insuy
headed multitude" that congre
gated iv Sin Francisco.
The Democratic primaries to
day should excite considerable at
tention. We should take a pride iv
showing that the banner Demo
cratic couuty of California is inter
ested in having some genuine and
unmistakable Democrats in the
coming Constitutional Convention.
Turn out aud see to it that Demo
crats are elected to the Couuty Con
vention who will guarantee the
Democracy of Lis Angelei an ex
cellent local ticket.
We have all along thought that
tho post Russo Turkish war-cloud,
which was no larger thau a man's
hand, and which timid people sup
posed would spread over the whole
horizon, would continue lo be of
about the proportions of an ordina
ry man's palm. Tlie fact that a Con
gress, and not war, is now begin
ning to be talked of in European
diplomatic circles, confirms our
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
|*l>-'-lal to tlio UeraM by tlie Wesltra
Union Telegraph Company.l
Pacific Coast News.
AMMMwmm— iidmiriHi BeMnel
San Francisco, May 31st.—An
assessment ot one dollar per share
has been levied by tbo Succor Mill
& Mining Company.
The Board of Supervisors met
this afternoon as a Committee of
tbe Whole to consider the Indus
trial School affairs. After a long
discussion the committee voted to
remove all the officers anil em
ployes of tlio school, exospt tho Su
perintendent and to require that
officer, In conjunction with the
committee, to appoint successors
subject to co 11 firm at ion by the
Dennis Donnelly, an Irishman,
5'J years of age, committed suicide
early this morning by cutting his
Ran Francisco, May 31st.—The
Democrats this evening nominated
the following delegates at large to
the Constitutional Convention: Dr.
J. C. Shorb, Ned Marshall, J. J.
Williams, Jas. L. Orr, Col. C. L.
Wei ler, Cameron H. King, O. P.
livans aud Charles A. Sumner.
Calhoun Benham, nominated at
the last meeting, withdrew. Dele
gates to represent the city and
county will be nominated at the
Tbe Duucaii CitSM,
San Francisco, May 31st. —A
number of demurrers have been
filed to the indictments for embez
zlement against Duncan and Ko
pohl, President and Cashier of the
defuuct Pioneer Bank, all based ou
purely technical grounds. The de
fense made their argument to-day,
the prosecution having been giveu
time to prepare briefs.
K<»ir Vunua—Uuxbee'a Bcuiui.
San Francisco, Mey3l.— The
body of James Banuatyne, late
cashier of Balfour, Guthrie & Co.,
drowned iv the bay about two
weeks ago, was recovered to-day.
The Promenade Concert at the
Mechanics' Pavilion for tbe benefit
of 8. W. Bugbee, Manager of the
May Festival, was well attended.
A number of choice selections were
rendered by the chorus, orchestra
and Eastern and local soloists. The
building was lighted by electric
light, with brilliant ellect. Proba
bly 4,000 persons were present.
Latest Eastern News.
( Oblrnci I'outplttrtl
New York, May 31st.—The Syu
dlcato this afternoon took from the
Treasury the remaining $15,000,000
of four aud a half per cent, bonds,
which complete the fifty millions
bargained lor on tho 11th of April.
I', aci- IIIIUMI Nttlletl.
New York, May 31.—A special
from London gives an Interview
with Count Schouvaloff. The cor
respondent says the Count insisted
that the probabilities of war bad
mostly vanished and that Russia
preferred peace to au armed con
flict. All the greater obstacles
outstanding between Englaud aud
Russia have been finally removed.
The terms of the agreement had
been forwarded last night. Invi
tations to the Congress, not to tbe
conference, will bo issued in the
course of a few days. Rurlin has
been selected as tbe pluce where
the meeting will bo held.
Slab Mian EtteuUuu.
Ci.sveland, Ohio, May 31st.—
About 11 o'clock Ihis morning a
mob of about 20,000 people who had
congregated to see what they could
of the execution of Webb, Ihe col
ored murderer, of Mansfield, Ohio,
made a rush, overpowered the
guards, scaled Iho jail yard fence
and iv a few moments had torn
down the greater part of the en
closure. Sheriff Ritchie tele
graphed Gov.Bishop notifying him
of the fact and saying that unless
he hung Webb publicly the mob
would tear down the jail, The
Governor replied directiug him to
carry out the sentence of the law.
At 12:20 v. m. Sheriff Ritchie and
Sheriff Gay, of Knox couuty, ap
peared with Webb and after ad
justing the noose about Webb's
neck aud a short prayer being of
fered, the drop was sprung. Life
was pronounced extinct in 10 min
Killed Her Daughter.
St. Louis, May Slst.—A widow
woman named Thompson, highly
connected, killed her daughter,
Nettie, about 16 years old, with a
razor night before last and then cut
her own throat. Temporary insan
ity is assigned as the cause.
European Cable News.
11l l.i llodjr a nil .111.1!
London, May 31st.—A dispatch
from Rome says the Pope Is ill iv
body nud distressed in mind by
plots and cabals designed to pre
veut the reforms bopropnses. It is
reported that the Pope manifests a
disposition to abdicate. Cardinal
Frunchi la doing his utmost to
check tiie machinations of the
Jesuits. The latter, on the other
hand, are striving to secure Cardi
nal Pranchi's downfall.
Playing for a Whisky Bottle.
A prominent California 1 ! tells
the following story of Gen. Grant:
"l he allflredeat game I ever saw
was one Rufe lugalls and Grant
played iv my quarters at Fort
Dallas, iv Oregon, in the wiuter of
1553. They had been playing 'cut
throat' until about midnight. I
was pretty well 'slewed,' and turn
ed iv and fell asleep, just as the
day was breaking I awoke, and
there sat Grant and Ingalis play
ing 'draw.' There was only about
half a pint left in the bottle, and
they were betting high for it.
They had black aud white beans
for chips, and there was about one
quarter of a peck piled on the ta
ble when I woke. What first at
tracted my attention was hearing
Grant say, 'I'll see you and go
you are a million better. I could
scarcely restrain myself. 1 knew
they didu't have half a dollar to
bless themselves with, and the
whisky they were playing for was
the last of a five-gallon jug sent
me from 'Frisco, and they were
squandering millions over it.
Well, I lay still until they had
bet about one hundred millions,
when I got up and quietly looked
at their hands. Grant had a pair
of aces and Ingalis three jacks. I
waited half an hour to see who
would get the last drink, but my
eyes were too heavy, and I dropped
asleep on my stool. When I
awoke it was broad daylight, and
Grant and Ingalla were both under
the table. I measured the heana,
and there were just three pecks
and one-quarter. Who got the
whisky I don't know, but it is my
opinion Grant did. He had the
bottle in his haud anyhow."
The Cologne Gazette estimates
the army which Russia can place
iv tbe Held at present at 61)0,000
men. This strength may be main
tained, but cannot be iucreased.
Tlie Russian force now iv Europe
an Turkey and Roumania araouut
to twelve and a half army corps—
312,000 men. About 103,000 men
must he employed for the occupa
tion of Asiatic Turkey; so that
only seven aud a half army corps—
187,500 men—remain still disposa
ble. In case of war with Englaud
the Russian troops could uot be
withdrawn from Turkey and
Roumauia. Tho disposable sev
en and a half army corps
would then be employed for occu
pying the coasts of the Black Sea
aud the Baltic. Poland and St.
Petersburg aud Moscow, where re
cent events have shown the pres
ence of very dangerous elements,
would also require strong garrisons.
Russia could therefore, iv case of
war with Englaud, maintain her
present poaitious, but would have
no forces—not to speak of au In
dian campaign—for taking precau
tionary measures against Austria,
at whose mercy she would be, if
Austria resolved on warlike meas
The city of Texarkana is built at
the junction of Texas, Arkansas,
and Louisiana. It received its
name in 1819, when an enthusias
tic surveyor, while running the
lines, blazed the three fragments of
tlie names of the new States on a
tree, and predicted that a great
city would be built there. Three
years ago, when the towu was
founded, the name, still to be seen
on the old tree, was adopted, and
the prediction seems iv a fair way
to be verified, as tlie town now has
3,000 inhabitants, and is an im
portant railroad crossing.
Out of honor to English visitors
to the Paris Exhibition, tlie pro
prietor of a small aabaret has
changed the old name of his estab
lishment lo that of "Le Petit
A New Version of the Bennett-May
From the New York Times.
Both parties bought their own
pistols. Those of Mr. Bennett were
hair triggers, new, of the finest
fashion, most delicately balanced,
and with all the latest improve
ments. Those of Mr. May were
not new. ludeed, they were very
old, and appeared to have seen
much service. They were less ele
gant, and less nicely finished than
Mr. BenDetl's,and, as it turned out,
very hard upon the trigger; the
one that Mr. Bennett got was so, at
The party took their places and
the word was given to fire. The
direction was to fire at the word
"fire," and not after the word
Almost instantly upon the word
Mr. May fired. "One, two, three!"
followed, and Mr. Bennett, who
pulled at his trigger, aud evidently
with tlio best will in the world,
diil not succeed in getting bit
weapon off. Ho was baffled by tlie
hardness, or rather the stiffness, of
His second at once inteposed and
claimed ttiat as Mr. Bennett bad
suffered his risk aud disadvantage
through no fault of his own, he was
entitled to a return shot at Mr.
The claim being according to
rule was, of course, allowed, and
Mr. May took his place, empty
handed, before Mr. Bennett's pis
tol. Tlie face of Mr. Bennett
changed its ho saw his opponent at
his mercy, aud before the signal
words were counted out be bad for
given In in and fired in the air.
This terminated the proceed
A Virginia paper says: A young
lady recently attempted to commit
suicide iv Kicbmoud because her
brother told her she ought to wash
her face and comb her hair. If
everybody was as seusltive as that
young woman, there would not be
enough people left in the world to
hang around the polls and chalk
down the votes of a primary elec
The old darky said: "If nny ob
you kuow ob any church what
died ob liberality, jos tell me whar
it is, and I will take a pilgrimage to
it, and, hy de soft light ob de pale
moon, I will crawl upon Its moss
covered roof and write upon de top
most shingle: "Blessed am de
deail who die iv de Lord."
Tiio year 1769 stands out pi'tooa-
Ineiit iv modern times for the ex
traordinary number of remarkable
men who wern born in it. These
included Napoleon, Wellington,
Soult, Ney, Cuvier, A yon Hum
boldt, Chateaubriand, Luvallette,
Mehemet All, and John Quincy
It was a delightful idea of the
proprietor of a Paris hotel, who
wished to make everything as at
tractive as possible to his English
visitors. Ou the carlo was a thor
oughly English eutie-'. It was
marked, "Bifteks a la Mouton
Put's description of a tiddic is
very old, but it bas never been ex
celled: "It was the shape of a tur
key, and the size of a goose; be
turned it over on its baGk aud rub
bed its belly with a stick, and och!
St. Patrick! how it did equale!"
Tlio wife of a distinguished Uni
ted States Senator a few evenings
siuce delivered tho following criti
cism ou Hayes: " He's a square
peg in a round hole, and feels un
comfortable ut all corners."
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF LOS AN
g*les Chapter No. 33, Boyal ArcU Ma
sons, urs hereby notified to attend a Special
Heating or said Chapter on SATURDAY,
June Ist, 1878, at 7!4 o'clock p.m., lor work in
the 4th and stb degrees.
AH Master Masons in good standing
are cordially invited to attend.
By order of B. O. FOY, n. P.
fiM'L FaAau, SacreUry. It
St. Vincent's College,
Satuhday, June Ist, 1878.
Exorcises to commonco at 9 a. m.
The parents aud friends of the College
students aro respectfully invited to attend.
lyt rntc.-s of first class
C L. OT HING!
Cor. Commercial &Main Sts.
AT the solic'.tfttlon of numerous Citi
zens of LoaKtetoa,'
T. W. DAWSON
be a candidate tor the Constitutional
Convention, subject to the action of tha
Democratic Convention. mMtd
JU B1 LE E
IN AID OK THM ERECTION OF
Good Templar Block.
One Hundred Musicians
at a P. M.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE sth.
AND 7 P.M.
THURSDAY, JUNE 6th.
Admission, - - - - SI.OO
Picnic! Picnic! Picnic!
ENGINE CO. NO. I,
On Sunday, June 2d, 1878,
ritHK LARGEST PROGRAMME OF
JL TUE SEASON.
Gram! Base Ball Hatch
FOR A SILVER-MOUNTED RAT, lo be
competed for by the AM ATEUR an i
DAUNTLESS Base Ball Clubs.
apprize Dancing, Foot Racing, Back
Racing, Fat Man's Race, Donkey ltace,
Foot Bull, Catching Ureaßed Pig, Throw*
Ing the Heavy Stone, Pitas Jumping,
and Balloon Asconslon.
VALUABLE PRIZKS will bo awarded
to all successful competitors.
A BEAUTIFUL PAVILION ha; been
Music by Kalnibaclrs Brass Band.
Grand Ball at Night.
No means has been spared lo make this
the most enjoyable picnic of lhe season.
To all Parts of the Grounds, • - - DO cts.
LEHMAN & CO.
Gompletest and Most Select
STOCK IN THE CITY.
Mr PRICES THE LOWEST AND SE
LECTIONS THE BEST.
Repairing & Upholstery Work
MADE A SPECIALTY.
oar Cal) aud see us boforo purchasing
129& 131 MAIN ST.,
mistf Mcdonald block.
A. McX ENZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOI.F
A Co., wan Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct fiom Louisville, Ky.,by the Bottle
or Gallon, at LOW PAIGES,
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAM PLB IiOOM
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
OO" I'.NGmil ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Potters* liiiilU injjr.
Main street, near Court, Los Angelca.
AUCTION SALE -
Of a large lot of
Bought by L. MESMER rt t the merljaec
sale ofthe Pico House stock.
Will sell without reserve, as Mr. Mes
merls closing out, preparatory to a trip
Saloon SATIIsntY, JUNE Ist. at 12
o'clock »r., under U. 3. Hotel, ou Mo (Uo
na, near Los Angeles streot.
F or list nf goods see hand bills.
W. ft. NORTHCRAFT,
Cor. of Main & Requena Sts.,
ARE NOW OI'KNINO All IMMENSE
BLACK AND COLORED
300 pieces of DRESS GOODS from 15 ctf.
tocts. per yard.
50 pieces ol PUriE DKB4S LIVENS at
55 el*, per yard.
SSS Lad let 1 , Misses and Children.* Wash
Poplin, Linen and Percale Suit:,, from
$2 per Suit and upwards.
500 Ladies' and Mlsttt' CORBET3, from
50 Sts, to fti per pjir.
375 Ladles', Misses' nre! Children's PAR
ASOLS, from 50 cts. lo 310.
5,000 pairs Ladies', Misses' and children's
While. Colored and Striped HOSE,
/rom 15c. up to SI 50 per pair.
WHITE AND FIGURED
Cinghams, Checks, Prints
AND A FULL LlN£Otr
A PULL LINE OK
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Wo ftps just receiving asplendlU lot of
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
We aro pleased to notify the public that
never before have wo had sucli
a large and well assorted stock of goods,
which we will sell at prices that defy
Isaac Norton &Co.,
Cor. Main & Requena Sts.,
m2-tf Opposite tho U. 8. Hotel.
GRAND OPENING DISPLAY
Ko. 19 Spring Street,
SATURDAY, June Ist,
AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK,
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
WK WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC OUR LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
ATIIABD TIMES PRICES!
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES
At tho following Unprecedented Reductions, to wit:
GRENADINES, 10.;. per yard; LAWNS, 15e. per yard;
VICTORIA LAWNS, plain, striped and plaid, 200. per yard
All Shades and Colors nt 50 cts. per yard.
LINEN SUITS, $5; PERCALE, $2; WRAPPERS, 50c.
UWDE RWE A. R.,,
Embroideries, Laces and Hosiery
At prlftM alone fo be found at lhe
Where is offered nl "BED-ROCK" PRICES v full ami oouiplete line 111
tlie VERY LATEST STYLES of Foreign and Domestic
3D RY G- O O ID S I
ALSO, A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Even's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Cent's Furnishing Coeds
MTCftH and make early selections. Wo will give you MOKE GOODS for LBftS
MONEY than you can buy elsewhere. Come undo mvincu yourselves at the
Capital Store, lie. 9 Spring St., Los Angeles.
I. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
GRAND TROTTING CONTEST
AGRICULTURAL PARK COURSE
Free for all horses in the District that have never beaten 2:45; mile
heats, 3 in 5 to harness, for a divided purse of $200— $125 to first, $50 to
second and $25 to third horse, on
THURSDAY, JUNE OTH, 1878.
Five lo enter and three or more lo start.
Entrance ten per cent. Entries to close on Saturday, June Ist, at
WOOD'S OPEHA HOUSE,
J. H. WOOD.
CSOOIBTIIMi CHURCHES, CLUBS and
O PRIVATE PAKTIE3 will find It to
their advantage to look at these beautl
ful grounds before maktngairaugemcuts
It has no equal In llio State.
A NEW DANCINQ PAVILION,
One of the largest In tho Slate, just com
pleted. Fino groves, beautiful lawns,
Base Ball grounds. Croquet grounds,
swings for families and children, hori
zontal bars, in fact everything has been
built nnd put In the finest order. No
time, trouble or expense has been spared
to make it the great pleasure resort ol
Thefluestdrlvooul of tho city. Slreet
Cars run to the grounds every 20 minutes
for all Pickulca. H.J.WOOD,
SOCIETIES and private parlies desir
ing to secure picnic grounds would
do will to commit tne Measts.
EIJEK.JL.E & BRO„
These grounds have been prepared re
gardless of expense and ure provided
with one of the largest and best danciug
pavilions nuLside of San Francisco.
Arbors, Ton-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori
zontal liars. Shooting Gallery, and In
deed, everything necessary for the
amusement of picnickers, aud will be lei
cheaper than any other grounds In this
No improper persons will be admitted
to the Gardens under any circumstances.
Lunch can at all times be procured at
the house. m'J-tf
Tt 1Q M OVA. L.
Mr. S. Rothchild
Has removed hia EXCHANGE & HROK
EK OFFICE from the Temple & Work- |
man Bank room to the house occupied by
J. strelltz, Merchant Tailor,
Adlolnlmr Messrs. Lewln & Co.'s Book
ytore, where he hopes lo ice his friends <
aud patrons as of old. inl-lmo
For Sale at a Bargain.
IOH ACHES of ehoico agricultural
land, pajl mesa and the other bottom or
sandy loom, near Fulton's famous Sul
phur Wells, one mtlo from Hallroad De*
pot, all under a new board fence. I will
sell half or all, either half being part
mesa or orchard land, susceptible of as
high statoof improvement as any In the
Htate. One of the finest arif>ston wells in
the country, with a fountain nine feet
above tho surface ofthe ground, which
may be used as an ornamental fountain
and at the same time be usod as a motive
power, as well us (or Irrigation. A young
orchard, barn, dwelling, etc.; and I will
sell (arming implements, house, furni
ture, ele., if desired.
Address. 11. RAMBOZ,
mi -CT Norwalfc P. O.
S, W. SUTHERLAND
Succo scr to H. SloUeibcclt & Co.
GUNS, PISTOLS, RIFLES,
FISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY.
Sporting Coods of All Kinds.
To7o MA.IJX STREET
DOWNEY BLOCK. apSO
HAVE REMOVED TO
No. 28 BPRINC STREET,
Whioh will hereafter be the headquarter*
ol the Singer Family .sowing Muoolne.
apsjtt w. 11, TUTHIIX, Manager.