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SUNDAY JUNE 9, 1878
Herald Steam Printing House.
Tho Herald Steam Printing House Is
not surpassed by any Job Printing office
on tbe Pacific Coast, outside of San Fran
cisco, In facilities for doing Job work
Low prices, good work and expedition
nay be relied upon at this office.
Democratic Nominations
—FOR—
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
Election to lake place Wednesday,
June 19lh.
FIRST CONQBESSIOKAL DISTBICT,
J. C. SHORB, EDW'D MARSHALL
J. J. WILLIAMS, JAMES L. ORR,
O. L. WELLER, CAMERON H. KING
O. P. EVAN3, CHAS. A.SUMNER.
LOS AKOELES COUKIY TICKET.
VOLNEY E. HOWARD,
WM. H. STEPHENS,
JOHN F. GODFREY.
Things We Have Observed.
Whenever the Democratic party
puts up a weak candidate for any
important office we have observed
tbat our Republican friends are in
a splendid humor. A man whom
they can beat easily they don't
think of abusing. In Presidential
elections this has been remarkably
illustrated in the case of McClellan,
Seymour, Greeley and Tilden. It
required a perfect avalanche of mis
repre«entation and bigotry to de
feat McClellan in 1864. This gen
tleman, with perhaps the except
ion of Gen. George H. Thomas—
another medest and patriotic man
—was altogether the finest officer
the Union side developed in the
late war. His plan of campaign
against Richmond —which Grant
was ultimately compelled to adopt
—was purposely defeated by Stan
ton, who detached from McClel
lan'* army McDowell with eighty
thousand men, because the con
spirators at Washington thought
that no humau conjuncture could
prevent McClellan from being
President if he were allowed to
succeed in his Peninsular cam
paign. It required an extraordin
ary amount of abuse to prevent the
modest victor of South Mountain
aud Antietam from from being
elected President iv any event, and
the ooze and slime of the detesta
ble phase of American politics were
at once forthcoming, in unlimited
quantity, to submerge him.
Next eamo Horatio Seymour.
Since this superb old gentleman
has distinctively retired from pub
lic life how the Republican press
has overflowed iv eulogies of the
man! Horatio Seymour, the splen-
did Democratic Governor of New
York and candidate for (he Presi
dency iv ISCS was an infinitely
finer man than the grand old
oheese-maker who is still to he seen
in the streets of Utica iv the glory
of a hale old age. He was so pano
plied with statesmanship and with
tbe civic virtues in 1563 that the
Republican press thought it neces
sary to pour out upon his devoted
head a tremendous stream of the
vitriol of political vituperation.
Had he been a weak or unpatriotic
man the campaign would have
been lifeless. No men knew better
than Republicans the folly of wast
ing powder on "dead ducks." They
knew that this patriotic Democrat
and Amerfcan menaced their pos
session of power and plunder, aud
they abused him accordingly.
Next came Horace Greeley—one
of the oiiginators of the Republi
can party a.id a man who was re
pelled by the mephitic odors which
emanated from it after it had been
corrupted and deteriorated by the
place-men and plunderers who,
under Grant, made it a synonym
for all sorts of moral obliquities.
Thoy6imp!y killed Greeley with
calumny.
But the most interesting chapter
of our political observations begau
when Samuel J. Tilden wa» nom
inated for the Presidency. Here
was a specially strong man—a
giant overthrower of wrong. Such
Republican journals us Harper's
Weekly and the New York Times
had bellowed themselves hoarse in
his praise before it was thought
that ha would b; a candidate for
President. What a magical change
came over the spirit of their
dreams when they found that it
was necessary to briug out theii
stinkpots aud sling dirt at Tilden
with an huudrod-fold the energy
previously developed? We watched
keenly the course of Harper's
Weekly, which professes to be
dilettanti and houorable. It ap
proached the matter by slow stages,
but it finally wrought itself up to
tho right pitch of fury, and all its
previous recognitions of Mr. Til
den's services as a Democratic
Governor only intensified tlio bit
terness and oontemptibleuess of Its
calumnies of Mr. T ilden as a Dem
ocratic candidate for President;
and, all the while, Mr. Tilde,., ue
cording to Harper, had done noth
ing post-dating that journal's
praises to make it decent to abuse
him. The senior member of the
Harper's, who lived next door to
Mr. Tlldeu, iv Gra uercy Park,
must have looked rather like a
•beep thief when he encountered,
socially, the man whom he caused
to be abused so roundly.
The Democratic party may rely
GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S (FURNISHING GOODS, the Very Best Assortment in
upon it that when Republican
bowls are loudest and most reso
nant we are ou the right track.
There was a tremendous hegira
from tbat party when poor Greeley
left it. Multitudes of Republicans
also voted for Mr. Tilden. The ex
posure of tbe gross aud iucredible
frauds In Louisiana and Florida,
dictated by the Republican lead
ers at Washington, will cause an
other tremeudous exodus from the
Republican party. Its leaders and
press know this, and hence the en
ergy of their denunciatiou of the
Potter Commitleo. Developments
are at hand which will make it
impossible for any honest, moral
man to further co-opeiate with the
Republicau party. This means the
overthrow of that once powerful
organization as certainly as night
follows tho day. People ouly cry
out when they aro burl; and the
situation in Louisiana aud Florida
is at last propitious for the telling,
iuall its enormity, of the attempt
ed subversion of the American Re
public by counting the voles of
those States for Hayes and Wheel
er when they were really cast for
Tilden and Hendricks.
Before the Comstock lode bad
demonstrated itself lo be a great
treasure deposit tbe cmiuent Prof.
Silliman, a geologist of woild wide
reputation, stood on Mount David
son and pronounced the lode worth
less. He then hied him to tlie
Emma mine and pronounced that
will o' tho wisp to be one of the
greatest treasure discoveries of
modern times. Since Prof. Silli
ma n gave utterance to his sapient
opinion the gross yield of the Corn
stock lode has been $265,000,000,
and the yield of the Emma mine
bas been discomfiture to the Eng
lish stockholders who, partly im
pelled to the act by seeiug the
name of the American Min
ister to the Court of St. James
as one of the Directors, and partly
influenced by Prof. Silliman, in
vested in it. A few weeks ago we
had another geologist in Los An
geles who, if not great, at least
possessed a great dual of self-confi
dence. He gave it as his opinion
that the Comstock was now played
out and must shortly, as a divi
dend paying institution, be num
bered ttmougst the "limbo of things
lost upon earth." It would really
seem as if the evil piediclions of
Ecieulists act as a stimulus to the
treasure geuii who inhabit the
bowels of Mt. Davidson. The tele
graph is daily burdened with vague
fortruooingt of heavy develop
ments, aud the lower levels of
Ophir seem lo be on the point of
yielding to the light auolhor bon
anza. It would certainly be highly
amusing if Irof. Guuuing should
prove to be as far astray as his
j predecessor Prof. Silliman,
Tin: effort made to terrorise the
people of Europe because an en
thusiastic Socialist has choseu to
fire a shot tit tlie old Emperor of
Germany, in his way a very good
man, is supremely ridiculous. A
lunatic is at any time liable to
commit suicide, aud the wonder to
us is that more of them who have
this impulse do not shoot or stab
other men instead of themselves.
Misery, is unfortunately a condi
tion of human life, and the specta
cle of meu rolling in hereditary
splendor is oue calculated to excite
the spleen of jaundiced and impe
cunious men. Death is said to love
a shining mark, and the crown of
a King or Emperor is more likely
than anytuiug else to attract the
shaft of the grim old monarch.
There were probably a dozen at
tempts to assassinate the first Na
poleou and uearly as many to do
to death Napoleon 111. The repres
sive measures—the wholesale ar
rests—which are now being Inau
gurated in Germany, aro a
mistake. Tlicy are the extreme
of childishness. Tho Republican
element iv the German Empire is
certain to make itself heard. Such
attempts as those of Dr. Nobeling
are not the outgrowth of Socialism.
They are simply ;\ voica of the
misery which must weigh down
the peoples of Europe, who are
crushed by heavy standing armies
and oppressed by the spectacle of
hereditary splendors which are ac
cepted by their possessors as of
right divine and a matter of course.
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
l"psnlal to the Herald by the Western
Union Telegraph Company.l
Pacific Coast News.
The 50,;,, CoinprouilNe—llcatl.
San Francisco, June Bth.—But
little further has been learned con
cerning the Sutro compromise, ex
cept that Best & Belcher, and
Gould & Curry have taken the
same course as Savage, Chollar and
Halo & Norcross, as iudlcated iv
tlie Cairn interview witli General
Williams this morning. All tbe
companies have agreed to with
draw their suits, but the bonanza
claims will not agree to pay the
royalty, as they consider tbat it
would be paying for service they
don't require.
Sol. A. Sharp, a prominent mem
ber of the bar, died this morning.
Trne Bine Fonua Against tue More
JUurderere.
San Buena Ventura, Juue B.—
The Grand Jury came into Court
this afternoon. They found true
bills for murder agamst Sprague,
Jones, Curlee, Lord, McCart, Hunt
and Churchill, for the killing of T.
Wallace More. Tlio trial will com
mence on the first Monday in July.
Tlie Basaoek luillane.
San Francisco, Juno Bth.—A
dispatch from Silver City, Idaho,
says that about forty hostile Bun
nocks, camped at Juniper creek,
ten miles from South Mountain,
were discovered yesterday by
friendly Indians. Captain Harper,
who left here last night with 20
Home Guards, scut here this morn
ing for reinforcements, which will
be sent forward immediately. If
these Bannocks remain where they
are, Harper will certainly attack
them to-night or to-morrow morn
ing.
Sau Francisco Tax i.tvi.
San Francisco, June B.—Aud
itor Maynard to-day transmitted
to the Boaid of Supervisors his es
timatediexpenditures and revenue
for the fiscal year 1878-9. Although
tbe total amount to be raised for
taxes aggregates $5,482,870 70, ren
dering tbe ratio of $1 91-17 on the
$100 valuation necessary, the Aud
itor hopes that tbe Board will cut
from this year's appropriation be
tween $400,000 and $500,000, which
would reduce the levy for munici
pal purposes to $1 C 4. This, Mr.
Mayuard believes, can bo dove by
chopping oIT $150,000 from tlio
school fund, $100,000 from the
street department, $75,000 from the
police salary account, by not ap
pointing the maximum number of
policemen, $100,000 from the gen
eral fund and $75,000 by refusing to
improve tho plazas, parks aud
squares.
Nu I'oiupruintsn Readied.
San Francisco, Juue Bth.—So
far as the true animus of the re
cent action of the Comstock min
ing companies iv connection with
the Sutro Tunnel Company can be
arrived at, it is about as follows:
Chollar, Hale & Norcross and Sav
age concede the right of the tuunel
company to collect a royalty of $2
per ton on all ore raised after the
completion of the tunnel, In ac
cordance with tbe terms of the orig
inal agreement of April 13th, 1866.
This breaks up the combination of
miuiug companies, formed in Jau
uary, 1874, to resist the collection
of the royalty. None ofthe mines,
however, except the three named,
concede Sutro's right to collect the
royalty, aud in tlie cases of those
three it is an admission of barren
right, as neither of those compa
nies have auy ore to hoist aud the
tuunel will be useful to them with
out any expense ou their part.
The bonanza mines, and probably
others, will not concede tho right
to a royalty.
A Virginia City dispatch to day
gives an interview with Sjtro, who
says no compromise has been arriv
ed at. The Savage Company has
notified tho Tunnel Company of its
readiness to withdraw from the
suit and recognize the royalty. If
ull the companies should take tbe
same action in good faith every
thing will go smoothly, but if ouly
Savage, Hale & Norcross and
Chollar,whlch havenoore and,cou
sequently, nothing to pay, propose
to avail themselves of the tunuel,
leaving the latter to protracted lit
egation to compel payment by the
companies having ore.the compauy
will probably not permit the uso of
the tunnel at all until an under
standing is reached with all the
companies.
Wile Haider and Sulfide.
Oroville, June Btb.—Dr. B. F.
Holsciaw, of Durham Station, who
was married a week ago to Minnie
A. Holze, this morning killed his
wife and himself. Cause, jealousy.
Tile Indian Trouble lv Idaho.
Boise City, June B.—Jas. Duuu,
messenger, left Col. Bernard's com
mand at Fort Robinson on tbe
Bruneau, early yesterday morning.
He came down the Bruneau to
Dorsey's ferry ou Snake river,
thence be followed down the North
side of the river forty-five miles to
Munday's ferry, and thence to this
place, thirty miles, riding all day
aud night of yesterday and arriv
ing here at 11 o'clock to-day. The
reports of the scouts out in the di
rection of Duck Valley showed
that the Indiaus were iv strong
force at Juniper Mouutaiu and in
considerable numbers along the
hills, making it unsafe for the fam
ilies ou the Bruueau to leave in
that direction. Col. Bernard in
consequence of these reports and
the indications of tbe presence of
Indians everywhere in the neigh
borhood of his command, decided
to wait where he was until be
could learn more detjuitely from
Duck Valley and other points.
Col. Robbius, chief of the scouts,
was sent forward wilh 20 men to
wards Duck Valley to learn
the fate of the settlers there
and to escort them to tbe camp on
Bruueau, if possible. The com
mand will remain at Robinson's
for three days, or until Robbins re
turns, and then come to Munday's
Ferry, escorting all the families to
the post. The Indications are that
the Indians are gathering in large
numbers at Juniper Mountain and
in tlie Battle creek country, where
they will probably await the com
ing of reinforcements aud bide the
is,no of battle. The force iv the
Held is 100 men, too small even to
reconnoitre effectively, so that lit
tle can be done before the arrival
of reinforcements. All that can
be done is to hold the ferries yet
remaining on Snake river, protect
the roads as far as possible aud
guard against surprise.
Mr. James Bascom, brother of
John Bascom, who, with two
others, was murdered by the In
dians just below Glenn's Ferry on
tbe Ist, upon learning of the mur
der, started from Rock Creek Sta
tion, on the overland road, with
an escort of four men, for tbe pur
pose of visiting tbo scene of the
murder aud burying" the bodies of
the murdered men. When within
seven miles of Glenn's ferry they
saw some Indian scouts to whom
they gave chase until they came in
sight of a body of Indiaus number
ing thirty or forty, who in turn
pursued them. They were obliged
to flee in the direction whence
they came. They returned to
Payue's ferry, leaving one of their
number whose horse had become
unmanageable. The unhorsed man
remained hidden in the sage
brush while the ludians passed
him and afterwards traveled all
night, finally reaching Payne's
Ferry in safety. Judging from this
experience and from the reports of
others that the route was unsafe
from tlio presence of numerous
bodies of Indiaus passing down the
river ou tlie south side, Mr. Bas
com was obliged to abandon his
design and come to this place, ar
riving here to-day. His brother,
who was murdered on the Ist, re
mains yet unhurried where he fell.
From Big Camas Prairie a few
Indians are reported to be seen
occasionally, but as there is no
force in that direction nothing is
known of the condition of the lava
beds. Gen. Howard is daily ex
pected hero by stage, and the col
umn moving from the west Is to
night encamped at Baker City,
Oregon, 150 miles from here. As
things now look, there will be a
hot summer's work for all the
troops that may be sent lo this re
gion.
Latest Eastern news.
Nreretary sncrraau In Ilia Wan
Ileleuse.
Washington, June Bth. —Secre-
tary Sherman declines to make
public his letter to the Potter com
mittee yesterday until that com
mittee acts upon it. Tlie Secre
tary, in the letter, replies to the
charge that ho had entered into a
conspiracy to make false returns of
the election. He deuios that it
was free ami fair and offers certain
testimony to show that there was
fraud, violence and intimidation iv
East aud West Fellcinia parishes
by Democrats. He furnishes names
of about one huudred witnesses to
prove his assertions. He refers to
the testimony of witnesses in form
er investigations, and gives a re
sume of the number of persons
whipped, burned and hanged. He
asked that the committee accord
him tho right t» prove what he
asserts in view of tho attack upon
his character.
New Gtiveiuinr 1,,.' Arlioua.
Washington, Juue Bth.—The
President to-day nominated J. C.
Fremont Governor of Arizona.
It i: i I'uHtiMiuluir I'nitgree.lounl
Klectlou I'aaerit — Tbe Yiimn
Reservation.
Washington, Juue B.—The bill
postponing tho Congressional elec
tiou in California until next year
passed the Senate to-day without
opposition aud exactly as it came
from the House of Representatives.
It now goes to the President and
may be considered pratically a
law.
The Senate Military Affairs
Committee to-day reported favora
bly ou tlie bill granting to the
Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany of California the right of way
through the Yuma reservation.
Trail"! Ordered to lilnliu.
Omaha, June B.—General Crook
has ordered three companies from
Camp Douglas and two companies
of cavalry from Fort Russell to
immediately proceed to Fort Hall,
Idaho, and take the field to quell
the Indian disturbances.
Sidney Dillon and Jay Gould,
who will arrive iv Omaha to-nior
row, leave on Monday for a trip
over the Uuion Pacific. They have
just completed a tour over tbe
Chicago and Northwestern system
of railroads in Northern lowa,
Jinnies .la aud Wisconsin.
Coiiimnalellv Vfi|M»rl*iif.
Omaha, Juno B.—A special dis
patch from DesMoines says that
communists there say boldly that
on the day when Congress adjourns,
June 17th, every car wheel in the
United States will stop at noon.
They are evidently preparing lor
some important event.
European Cable News.
Tlio F.errlnlte I'oullolie Military
l-,. narailoua.
Belgrade, June Bth. —The Ser
vians contiuue with energy their
military preparations while mak
ing efforts to obtain admission to
the Congress.
Tlie Cjlllerj Expluslou.
London, June Bth.—The explo
sion iv the Evans coal mine, Hay
dock, yesterday, occurred at 11a.
m. Tbe colliery consists of two
mines—the Ravenshead and Flor
ida, The explosion was confined to
the latter. The men went to work
at OA. M. The condition of the
miue had been examined as usual
and, ten miuutes before the disas
ter it was, to all appearances, safe.
There were 250 men in the Wood
pit colliery, 18 in the Ravenshead
and the remainder in tbe Florida
mine. The men in the Ravens
head were got out immediately.
One died and the others were much
affected by the damp. The two
mines were counected by a tunnel,
and it was in the working of the
Florida beyond the tunnel that
the explosion occurred. It is the
general opinion that every man lv
tbat miue is dead. The explorers
found dead bodies of men and
horsF» on every side fearfully burnt
and mutilated. Tbe men engaged
in exploring the mine are working
day and night, endeavoring to
reach tbo place where the most of
the bodies are supposed to lie.
Geueral grief prevails, nearly every
family iv the villiage of Haydock
having suffered the loss of one or
more of its members. Tho man
ager of tbe mine went down the
shaft five minutes after the explo
sion, and, finding a number of men
at the bottom lying on their faces
opened the ventlllating doors and
thus saved the lives of 18 men. In
the Ravenshead mine tbe bodies al
ready fouud are all much disfig
ured.
The moat venerable couple iv
Texas, perhaps in tbe country, are
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, of Moun
tain City. He is reputed to be 103,
and she 101 years of age, aud they
were married in Kentucky eighty
two years ago, Mr. Robinson says
he never swore but one oath, has
never borrowed but fifty cents, and
never gave a note. He and his
wife are like children In their de
votion to each other, and after auy
separation shed tears ou meeting.
Recently they were presented with
a comfortable house by a generous
nelsrhbo-
The Virginia Enterprise says:
"Extravagance is the cause of hard
times," said a capitalist yesterday.
"We must be more economical.
Ten years ago I comraeuced work
ing iv a mill in Gold Hill at a
small salary, aud iv less than a
year I owned tbe mill and had
some money in bank." "V'ou are
right," returned a listener, with
great enthusiasm. "It is possible
for a man to lay up two or three
thousand dollars a month on a sala
ry of five dollars a day; but he
must be very economical and have
the handling of the amalgum."
A Pig-Faced Lady.
A New York doctor has a daugh
ter who is now 22 years old—a per
fectly formed woman, with the ex
ception of her head, which is that
of a pig. Her mother died giving
her birth. She speaks half a dozen
languages perfectly. She is thor
oughly educated. Being debarred
from all human association by her
misfortune, she has sought aud
found partial ullevlatiou iv the
cultivation of art in all Its forms.
She has one of tlie purest, highest,
and truest souls. She is very relig
ous—naturally so. She goes out in
a closed carriage and with her bead
closely muffled —and she speaks
without any trouble, but owing to
the peculiar formation of her
throat, mouth, and nasal organ,
Ihe sound of her voice resembles
very closely tho squeaking of a
Pig.
Anything the Matter.
IKromthoNew Haven Union ]
When the parent went into the
parlor to look for his newspaper, he
came suddenly upon his daughter
and her young man with their
faces so tightly glued together that
they didn't notico his entry.
"Ahem!" he observed.
The twain started, and cttme to
tho light with faces that hore every
appearanco of liaviug just been
drawn out of a furnace.
"Anything the matter grimly
asked the old gentleman.
"I think we must have tainted,"
said she in a whisper.
"Humph! What made you
faint?" he inquired suspiciously.
This was such a poser that she
sank back exhausted, leaving her
companion to carry them safely
forth. With an awful wrench at
his faoulties he gulped out:
"I think there must he poisou In
the wall-paper!"
The old gentleman collapse I.
Chips from the Old Block.
[Virginia Chronicle. J
This morning a man in a grocery
store was bragging about his chil
dren iv the following lively strain:
"My boys and girls are chips from
the old block every one of 'cm.
Ouly last week my boy, Billy, who
ain't sixteen yet, got away with
me In a rough-and-tumble tight,
when I tried to lick him for speak
ing disrespectfully to a teacher in
Sunday school, and I'm no slouch
of a fighter myself. Then there's
my oldest girl, only twelve years;
she's got her mother's grit from the
ground up. Why, yesterday morn
ing she gave us some sasg at the
table, and I shut her up in the
bed-room until she would own up
that she was wrong and apologize.
Well, she went into that room at 7
o'clock in the morning aud stayed
there till 11 o'clock last evening,
without a mouthful toeat or drink,
and then she wouldn't give in. My
girl is grit, every inch of her."
We lately read an account of v
mining locality iv Calaveras couu
ty being infested witli snakes. In
this connection we may observe
that the report is that every species
of snake may bo permanently
driven away from an infested
place by planting gerauiums. In
South Africa the Caitir people thus
rid their premises of snakes. A
missionary of South Arrica had
his parsonage surrounded by a nar
row belt of gerauiums, which ef
fectually protected the residence
from any kind of snake. A few
yards away from this geranium
belt, a snake would occasionally be
found. It is well known that the
whole geranium genius is highly
redolent of volatile oils—lemon
scented, musk scented, and pepper
mint scented. What, therefore, is
a very pleasant nosegay for man is
repugnant to the serpent tube.—
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noxious drugs; It gives lone to the diges
tive organs, strength to tho nerves, nnd
purifies and enriches Ihe blood, thereby
eradicating all moi bU eruptions ol tbe
skin.
Price, U per bottle, or four limes the
quantity in case. 110, with full directions
lor use. Sent to any uddress, secure from
observation, upon receiptor price, which
may be-sent byexpress, registered loiter,
or I-nsloKlce money order, or c. o. D.
within 460 miles <>f Hnn Francisco.
References of the highest standing und
unquestionable veracity Irom persons
tbat have been cured. To bo bad only at
DR. SiBINUART's), 421 KEARNY ST..
San Frsnclseo. Oct.. where all letters
should be addressed.
Office hours from ti a. ic. to i r. if. and C
to t p. M. rnarU-»p-lyr
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE BAZAAR,
Corner of Main and Requena Sts.
ANOTHER
Immense Reduction!
IN OUIt
SUMMER SILKS,
BLACK SILKS,
CASHMBBES,
DRESS GOODS
LINENS, PIQUES, LAWNS.
IST OTIOE.
As the Summer season ll n little back
ward this year, we have determined to
close out our eutiro stock of
LADIES' SUITS.
We will therefore oner for tho NEXT
THIRTY DAYS LADIES' SUITS lit the
following prices:
Our t>S Ladles' Wash Poplin Suit nt 17 60
Our »12 Ladies' Wash Poplin Suit at Hii 00
Our3lo Ladies'Pecale Suit at ?3CO
Our SlO Ladles' Liueu Suit at {5 00
Our }5 Ladles' Linen Suit at J2 00
me-Thu above prices arc JUST HALE
what these suits cost to Import
We have also made a di elded reduc
tion in our
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
Gents', Youths' and Boys'
cLOTHiira,
HATS, BOOTS & SHOES.
Trunks & Valises.
Isaac Norton &Co.,
MAIN STREET,
Jcs-ir Opposito tlio U. S. Hotel.
GREAT REDUCTION
IN' PRIJrSOF KinST CI.AMa
INCi !
CLOT H I r*< J !
AT THE —
QUINCY HALL
QUINCY HALL
QUUVCF HALL
Clothing House,
Cor. Commercial & Main Sts.
Jeltf■
FRENCH DRUG STORE!
V. CHEVALIER'S
STORE
Has been romoved from SIONORET'S
BLOCK to
Cardona Block, 118 Main St.,
Opposite the Mariposa Store.
FRENCH AND OTHER FOREIGN
PATENT MEDICINES.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES AND
ALL TOILETTE ARTICLES.
awPrescrlptlons prepared with greal
care. d£»tf
WORKINGMEN'S PICNIC.
The Working men will give a a real Picnic
Sunday, 16th inst.,
At tlio City Giirdcns.
The following well known nrllsis havo
volunteered to perform at the Working
men's Picnic:
THE PROTEANB!
FRED. J. MACK LEY,
charles McCarthy,
GEORGE MOORE and
MISS MYRA HOLLOWAY,
Late of the Orand Opera House, Ban
Fraocbsco.
JeOtd
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
C LOSI NC OUT!
of the impor; STOCK of
DRY GOODS!CLOTHING
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST.
JferrilESE GOODS WILL BE OFFERED FROM THE PRES
ENT DATE UNTIL THE FOURTH OF JULY AT AG RE VP
SACRIFICE, AS THEY MUST BE SULD. «i * «M*l
CALL AND EXAIVIINE.
Cor. Los Angeles & Commercial Sts.
BLOCK.
E, LAVENTHAL
GRAND OPENING DISPLAY
OF THE
CAPITOL STORE
Uo. 13 Spring Street,
ON
SATURDAY, June Ist,
AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
WE WILL OFFBR TO THE PUBLIC OUR LATEST IMPORTATIONS OK
SUMMER GOODS
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES
At tho following Unprecedented Reductions, to wit:
GR^A?. INE3 ' 10 2; ' ler y»W*! LAWNS, 15c. mi yard;
VICTORIA LAWNS, plain, striped and plaid, 20c. per yard
All Shades and Colors at 50 cts. per yard.
SUITS.
LINEN SUITS, $5; PERCALE, $2; WRAPPERS, 600.
XT NDE3RWES A. FL,
Embroideries, Laces and Hosiery
At prices alone to be foil ml nt the
CAPITOL STORE,
Where is offered at "BED ROCK" PRICES a full and complete line in
the VERY LATEST STYLES of Foreign and Domestic
3D :R,"X~ <3- O O 3D S I
ALSO, A COMPLETE STOCK OK
Men's and Boys' Clothing,,
Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Cent's Furnishing Goods.
•*"C*II l ii ml make early selections, Wo will give you MORE OOODS for lEH
MONEY than yon can buy elsewhere. Come ami c mvlnce yourselves at tbo
Capital Store, No. 9 Spring St., Los Angeles.
I. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
E Gr. HANNA & CO.,
173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES,
SELL ALL KINDS OF
FARM IMPLEMENTS.
' ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder,
The Most Successful Machine on the Coast.
The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake.
Stover & Freeport Windmills,
THE BEST in tlio WOKLT)
PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY.
BfiTDON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US.
For Sale at a Bargain.
KIN ACHES of cholco agricultural
laud, pajt mesa and the other bottom or
sandy loam, near Kulton'K famous sul
phur Wells, ono mile from Kallroad De
pot, all under a new board fence. 1 will
sell half or all, cither half being part
mesa or orchard land, susceptible of as
high stateof Improvement as nny In tho
State. Oneof the Quest arteslon wolls in
the country, with a fountain nine feet
above tbe surface of the ground, which
may be used as an ornamental fountain
and nt the same time he used as a motive
power, as well as for Irrigation. A young
orchard, barn,dwelling, etc.; nnd I will
Nell larmlng Implements, house, furnl
tuie, etc.. If desired.
Address, 11. RAMFIOZ,
my2otf Norwalk P. O.
BI3UOTA X..
Mr. S. Rothchild
Has removed his EXCHANGE A BROK
ER OFFICE from tho Temple* Work
man bank room to the house occupied by
J. sii,-inz, Merchant.Tailor,
SPRING STREET,
Adlolnlng Messrs. Lew Ift & Co.'s Book
Store, where he hopes to see his friends
nnd patrons nsofofd. mS-lmo
C I). HOIT,
A r oterlnary Surgoon,
AT FERGUSON A ROSE'S STAW.F,
Main street, Los Angeles. Je2-2m

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