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■ WEDNESDAY MAY 28, 1879 Herald Steam Printing House. rue Herani steam Printing House Is 1 aot surpassed by any Job Printing office ; ott tbe Pacific Coast, outside of Han Fran ■ elaeo, Iv faoilitles for doing Job work, : aw prtoos, good work and expedition .' tasur be relied upon at this office. ... for Unity and Action. Tba condition of politics to-day I In this State ia simply chaotic. | There la nothing respectable or re r dooming about it. On the one hand wa bay* a aei of social Pariahs try- I Ing to "boss" a new Constitution ■arty, wblob acts Itself up as the I local God and morality party as con | tradlstlngulshed from that tradi < ttonal God and Morality party—the •j Republicans. Of course we allude to I tba Da Youngs, of the Chronicle. I Tba spectacle is one calculated to ~ make angels weep rather than f anile, if angels are disposed to in dulge in merely human emotions— | ft thing wa doubt. Next we have I tha robust and horny-handed Kear- I nay, who la Invested with a mo [ aaaatary raapcetability, because be la fouad diffsriug with tbe Chroni | ato, a Journal which has.beretofore, aimed to ba his lick-spittle attend ant and devout pander. Certainly I no Sir Pandarus af Troy ever hung around an anolent Tioilus and Oratalda with a more debasing asrvltude than was shown by the Chronicle, until tbe other day, in » its cringing and prolTers of base 1 aarvloa to Kearney. Next wa have the Republican party, and here we experience a momentary throb of respect. That i organization la strong and power ful. It baa now, and it has always ■ t bad, an aspiration for long party I Ufa and for enduring political force. ■ We don't like tbe Republican I " party, but we now respect it, as we p. have always dono. We have for it |X tbe respect which a man baa for a robnetaDdmanlybigbwaymaD.lt hat, In IU time, been a very "cut l parte of the empire aud the rale." ! It hat been a very Lambro In rob i bar enterprise and manly bravado. Wa heartily desire to throttle the Republican party, in the Interest of the American Republic, but we feel, to the bottom of our soul, that tt It a foemao worthy of any party's jjp atoal. Back of tbete three parties which wa have named looms up the Dem- I ooratie party. It is now, and it has i always been, the champion—tbe » tribune—of tbe masses. No Ro man gladiator, exposed in the fo rum for tbe amusement of Roman Emperor and Roman populaco | •Tar showed more brawn or muscle •r more victorious pluck than this polltteal champion. It has been - the victor in a thousand hard fought fields, and it is as generous and kindly as it is strong. Tbo question now is whether the Democratic party, never iv a more respectable attitude nationally than It is to-day, is to be left, in California, a prey to the jackals and vultures which bang around vigorous creatures which are sup posed to be in their death agonies. The Democratic party ought never to have been stronger, in either California or the nation, than now. The faot it that the party has a tre mtndout latent strength. It re quires but the giving of tbe word, •Mended by a manly energy, to arise ttrongtr than ever, even in California, where It appears just now to be weak. All wa need it work. By putting forth a genuine Democratic plat form, and placing upon our tickets, Stats and local, Democrats of recog nised character and force, the party would really bo masters of the tituation. Let tbe giddy head ad multitude, guided by leaders in tent upon office and nothing else, run after Constitutional parties and Workingmen's parties. All the Democracy hat to do it to stand fait by its inherited and historical principles, and it will rally to Its banners a mass of voters that will prove irresistible. Let every Democrat who honors the name and the principles of his 1 grand old party at onoe apply him self to the work of organization. , Unity and action are all that are needed,with an aggressive assertion of the party as Democratic and nothing else, to guarantee that vic | tory shall perch on our banners, Kearney, the Chronicle aud the devil to the coutrary and notwith standing. ilviTK a number of sapient peo ple are calculating upon the De mocracy's being ham-strung this year In California. These "smart Alecks" are reckoning without their boat. Upon the whole, we would rather take a straight-out Democratic nomination for office la this county than any other, how aver unpromising matters may look in May. There are a good many months between now and next September, and the claims of a manly and historical party are apt to grow lv the estimation even •f fools. Great national issues are on tba stage, admitting of dramatic political situations, all of which ara likely to be lv favor of the poor man's party —the Democracy. No amount of ungrateful treason in onr ranks can debar us from the benefit of that chapter of accidents which will probably pitch In the dirtatton of preserving tbe Repub lic, however Kearney and the Re publican party may try to give it away. "Possess your souls In pa tience" is a scriptural maxim which Democrats should just now lay to heart. After a Democratic nomination, amidst all the blare of trumpets and clash of cymbals, proceeding from the New Consti tution and tbe Workingmen's par ties, we should prefer a Republican. By this statement of supposititious facts, which we believe will be ver ified this Fall, is annihilated the ambition of many a disappointed and selfish place-hunter. The Herald always preserves a rugged consistency. Kearney has to-day just such a respeotabilily as may be reflected by his divorce, entered of record,which allows him alimony and separation from the bed and board of tbe Chronicle. We regard Kearney as quite as big a blackguard as he - ever showed himself in the past. There is just one redeeming feature about the little drayman, aud that is that he Is not quite as base as his journal istic backers. There are deeps and lower deeps, and no matter how low the De Youngs may push tbe artesian wsll of their new building —probably foreclosure sales will cloud the ownership of that build ing—they will never get down, iv the soil of California, to the depths to which they descended as tbe henchmen of Kearney. They might push their well until every disgust ing strata of earth was revealed from here to—well, ooming out dually at the antipodes, without striking anything so low down, even from a well standpoint, as a Journal which admitted that it kuew what Kearney really was and which yet obampioned bim as the deliverer and Moses of the peo ple of California. Kearney was dead from the word go. What shall we say of bis journalistic syc ophant, which is now mouthing sour grapes and finds them sour to teeth divested of all enamel. Poor as Kearney is, be is a pyra mid of respectability as compared to the Chronicle— the "live paper" —live In the sense In whioh a thing is lire that is alive with crawling and creeping vermin. Hon. David S. Terry, whom we have scrupulously and particu larly refrained from aspersing dur ing the latecamgaign, has achieved a fine thing in his owd, Sau Joa quin county. He has been power ful enough to persuade the Demo cratic County Convention of San Joaquin to fold Its banner—we hope they also draped it—and march Into the Chronicle and New Constitution camp. It will not be long before both David S. Terry aud tbe San Joaquin Democracy will be heartily ashamed of this pusillanimous act. We are confi dent that, even now, the masses of the Democracy of San Joaquin csunty look upon this base and un expected aot as one of betrayal. "Never give up the ship" should be the Democratic motto when the waves run high and the sky low ers aud the heavens give back tbe reverberation of the enemy's shot ted guns ! The "granny" fraudulent Presi dent, as will be seen by telegrams published elsewhere, is anxious to discover signs of rebellion. Any little river squabble will serve to bim for the use of a word of tucb formidable and ordinarily un-Re publican significance. Even the New York Herald find* it necessary to rebuke him. We advise Mrs. Hayes to apply herself to correct ing the flagrant acts of domestic rebellion shown of late by her spouse. He exhibits signs of being anxious to poke his nose outside of the doors of the Presidential nur sery. Mrs. Hayes should redouble her vigilance; for, if tbe Presiden tial milk-sop should get beyond the restraint of her apron strings he would be in danger of being caught up on summary process and sent to an Insane Asylum. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. PACIFIC COAST. STOCIt RKPOKT. SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND KX CHANGE BOARD. HORHINQ SESSION. Han Francisco, May 27 815 Oohlr, 880 Bullion, 654, 6W, 37 6>». 6H 1310 Mexican,4l,4o>i, BlOExqi,er, V/..V/1 H. %, *"'«• 11 * 80 Overman, SJi iM1f.0..-,, - ,,*'. 4lOJustlce,3 8u.3.86 200 BAB, 17)4, 17>J, 475 Union. 88. 85, 87, 17J4 86>4,88,(.8 48) Cala, 6 188 Alia, Ik, 7Vi 184 Savage, 13>4,1854 625 Julia, 3 W, 1 80, 1814 3J4, 170, 3 80 SJIO Con Va,(!.8V;,8 210 Caledonia, 2 15, 100 Choi tar, 7>i, 7ft, 2.10, 3.1S 7M 6IOS U111,2,2.05,2 20 155 Potosl, 4 90,4 85, 710 Challonice, 2..U0, 4 80 2 60,2.65 485 II ft N, WK 130 Lady W, I'A, 1.80 475 Point, 6 410 Ward. 1 16,1,10 71)5 Jacket, 17K, 175-£, 6M) Scorpion, 2.7,5, 18 285 38i5 Imperial. 1 CO, 400 N Con Va, 10J4, I. 63 H94, iox 2, Kentuclr, 4W 710 Benton, 4.80, 4 56 885 Alpha, it, I'RW Con Dorado, 2, 2314 ~ 1.10 4M Belcher, sVi,s»i 785 Flowery, 1, Me 45 Confidence, 14 , 555 N Bonanza, 2.10, U% 216 8158 M«v.47>4,47>, ICO Fairfax, 114 80 Utah, ls>i, 18>4 60 Mtn View,2 40 EVENING STREETS —4.45 P. M. BAB. ISa.QAC, 10 a; S Nev, 404 8, 4»H «; Ophlr. 80 1), H»<4 a; Bodlo, 3UX a; Hcorplon.'ift b: Point, 6 b; Challenge, 2.60 b; Aita.:»; »; Jacket, 1M 1 . b, 1814 a; P0t0a1.4.70 b; Imperial, 1.55 b; lioodahaw, 70c b; Union. 87 b, 8714 a; Con PaclUc, V% b: n H111,2.'.>5b,2.86a; 8 Nevada, 40 b; Alla,7'.h; N Bonanza, 2; Ortilr, 38Ji k; Justice, 6% a; Overman, 0b: Union, txi\. b; Savage, 13% b; Jacket, 18 b: H * X, 16 b, 15' ia: Julia, 380 b, 3.80 a, 8.80 a; Botcher, b% CenVa. 654 a; Utah, 18 b- OA B. 17M a. liti b; Chollar, Hit «! N Con Va, 10 0, 10* a; Bodle, '. 7J,a, 7}4 b; California, i' ~»J4a; Con Va,lrHb, 8)4; a; Mexican, 41 a, tf ', i>. Bepabliaan Delegates. Santa Barbara, May 27.—The Republican County Central Com mittee have appointed the follow ing delegates to the State Conven tion, which meets at Sacramento June 17th: R. L. Cbamberlalu, (Mayor of the city) John P. Steams and W. H. Norway, of Santa Bar bara, H. J. Lougblin, Guadalupe, Miguel Burke, (Graviata and Lom poc) and S. H. Olmstead, Carpen terla. A resolution was udopted asking delegates to support Ro mualdo Pacheco as Representative in Congress from this district, as he was unfairly deprived of bis scat in the last election. Strike In » Copper .time. Seattle, May 27th. — News reached here to-day by tbe steamer Dispatch that the Guames Island Copper Mining Company have struck tbe lead in their 260-foot tunnel, and that the first shipment of tweuty tons of ore will be sent to San Francisco soon. The com pany sent down specimeus of ore some lime ago that assayed from ten to twenty-live per cent. It is stated that they have been offered a market there for 100,001} tons of ten per cent, ore per year at $16 per ton, by Bradlet, agent of the Balti more Copper Works. Preparations for Slemnrlal llaj— told Wenturr an I «'mucinous ■■ISIS, Portland, May U7th. —Members of the Grand Army of the Repub lic are making extensive prepara tion to observe Memorial Day. Impressive ceremouies will be held at Lone Fir Cemetery. Tlie oration will be delivered by J. A. Cruzau. Tbe Columbia river Is slowly risiug. Tbe weather iv Eastern Oregon and Washington 'territory is quite cool, and consequently the suow in the mountains melts very slow ly. High water is anticipated, as great quantities of snow fell In tbe mountains last winter. It Is feared that tbe continuous rains will result In much damage to the grain and fiult crops of the valley. EASTERN. Tlift Btodm from llie Souili. Washington, May 27th.—The President has been interviewed re garding the exodus of negroes from the South. In regard to the proposition to go with chartered boats and deliver thousands on the banks of the river, tbe President said he thought that step ought to be taken as one of justice and hu manity. Iv answer to the follow ing question: "Suppose the plant ers or their agents use violent means to prevent such boats from accomplishing their object, could the government be relied upon to give such protection?" the Presi dent replied, with considerable ear nestness: "Such resistance to law ful business, carried on a national highway, such as the Mississippi is, would be rebellion, and there would be no doubt but that the government would afford It pro i tection." ■ aalbtiD »«. Nurlli*ru Deiuaornll. New York, May 2711 i.—A Wash ington special »»y •: A letter ad dressed to Northern Democratic Senators and Representatives liaß been prepared by some Southern men, and will to-morrow be sub mitted to tbe Joint Conference Committee by Judge Goode, of Virginia. This is the committee which frames the policy for the party, to be subsequently ratified by the caucus. The letter substan tially says that, thinking it best to have some distinct understanding as to tbe policy of the party on the present Issues between the Execu tive and Congress, the signers deem it Important to have tbe judgment of Northern Democrats in the matter, and are willing to follow their advice. The letter is signed by a number of Southern members, mostly from the border States. It indicates a desire lv Southern men to make Northern men responsible for whatever policy may be adopt ed. There is no reason to believe this movement does not include nearly the whole of Southern Rep resentatives, anil that whatever may come or it, It will not bind those Southern Democrats who have determined that appropria tions for the army shall be made, and that an early adjournment shall be brought about. TuciTlKleoHuvcmeut iv ilm Samb. New York, May 27th.—A dis patch from Atlanta says: The Til den movement is gainiug strength lv Georgia. Several county papers, which have been opposed toTilden, have recently gone over to his support. Every few days sheets of extracts from papers lv all parts of the country are received by Geor gia papers, and it is rumored that their insertion Is paid for. All these are said to come from Al bany. Hnnii tit h Kcicuti.i New York, May 27th.—After a reception, at which the press was largely represented, Jerome J. Collins, meteorologist and scientific observer of tbe Americau expedi tion which Bennett is sending to the Arctic regions, left this city last evening for San Francisco. Dow inn Blo«ilw»7 Rank of HI. Einula wits flubbed. ST. LOUIS,May 27.- The assignee of the Broadway Savings Bank lias discovered, in a private drawer of Krieger, cashier of that institu tion, papers in the form of checks, drafts, etc., which conclusively show that Krieger and Meyer Gold soil have been privately connected in tbe use of funds of the bank, and that Goldsoll Is indebted to the bank about $300,000, the recivery of which is doubtful. Similar pa pers were found iv Krleget's room, at his father's he lived. These transactions have ex tended over a period of nearly three years, and most of them have been studiously kept from the knowl edge ot the Directors. •bftollM AlTralr at L.nomler, Olilo. Columbus, May 27th.—A special to the State Journal says: A shoot ing affray occurred at the Reform School, near Lancaster, which may result seriously. Just as the school carriage was starting from tbe main building with a party of ladies for Lancaster, Frank Shu gart, telegraph operator at the in stitution, attempted to get into the carriage, when lie was told by Mr. Oarr, superintendent of the stables, not to do so, as the carriage was al ready sufficiently loaded. Sbugart became enraged, aud, drawing a re volver, fired at Carr, tbe ball tak ing effect in tbe right shoulder, and as it cannot be found It it sup posed It burled Itself In the lungs. Carr is In a dangerous conditiou. Shugart was arrested, but no steps have as vet been taken to prosecute him. FOREIGN. Mure Talk a 1 Oepas I nt Ills U neon. London, May 27.—The Observer's leading artlele says: "It we are rightly informed, France has again pressed upon England the expedi ency of taking steps for the deposi tion of the Khedive. In the event of England not entertaining the proposal, France has reserved full liberty of Independent action." Keelfaiallou er Uorilou i*aeu«. London, May 27th.—A corres pondent at Alexandria says: It Is stated that General Gordou Pasha has resigned. Emaueiltnll -i. of Ulavra, London, May 27th.—A dispatch from Mad id reports: Tbo royal message will declare the. Cabinet leaves the question of reforms iv Cuba to tho Cortes, but itislsts on tbo emancipation of slaves. I. .1 j Advlet'N-IMuu ur Umiak <>l»eratluiie. London, May 271h.—Special dis patches from Capo Town say the Drogoou Guards go to Trausvaal not Zululaud. Some accounts say the change is intended to overawe tbe Doers; others, to guard the border. A correspondent with Colonel Wood at Karabula tele graphs, under date of the 4th instaut, that be understands the scheme for invasion will undergo important modifications. The idea of concentration on Duomberg has been abandoned. Colonel Newde gate'a column will concentrate some miles further north. Colonel Wood's brigade is no longer in tended to aot independently on Colonel Newdegate'a tlauk, but the two forces will amalgamate when the iavasion commeuces. The line of march will probably be aloug the Umvelosi river. It la thought the Zulus will make a strong stand to cover Uulatidi. Probably the system of cutting adrift from the base, when the ad vance commences, will he aban doned and a chain of fortified posts be constructed as the invasion pro ceeds, to which escorted convoys will convey tbe necessary supplies. This must retard progress. The conviction Is general that the war will be prolonged over two cam paigns. Airitnlloii •■■ Creir. London, May 27th.—A dispatch from Constantinople says: Agita tion in Crete is increasing. In one section the mountaineers aro under arms. Ibrcata Iroau IVtiiwayo. London, May 27th.—A corres pondent, writing from Capo Town, the 10th Instant, says: Cetewayo threatens to make a raid into Natal. Colonel Woods's advance has been ordered to throw a bridge across the Tegela river, lo be ready for Col. Crealock's advance. Female Nibillst to be Executed. London, May 27th.—The Berlin Post reports: Several female Nihi lists will soon be executed. Tlie no Caaeagnnc-lloblet DlfHcnllj —No nasi I'rubable. Pakis, May 27th.— Le Soir an nounces that I lie seconds of Paul de Oacsagnnc aud M. Goblet have decided that there is not sufllclent cause fur a duel. Am Ml of Sll»|>eole. Kieff, May 27.—Two suspected persous have been arrested here re cently, but they have not been identified. Among their effects the police found bomb cases, sev eral bottles of chemical explosives, four revolvers, two polguards aud several forged passes. Tin- lon iicr.lnt ftnftt'.eil U< ruiAi ) aud llie Vallcu. Rome, May 27th.—The rumor or the approaching signature of a con cordat between Germany and the Vatican is denied. It is stated that Germany will not accept the Vati can's proposals. Negotiations modus vivendi are progressing, but an early result Is not expected. lueeailtarjr rirrg. St. Petersburg, May 27th.— One hundred and eighty-six houses in a village in the Govern ment of Ufa were burned. Tho suspected incendiaries were ar rested. a.vers Peunltlm U|><>» Nllitllal.. Kreff, May, 27th.—Of four teen Nihilists court martialed here on the 12th iust, two, including Herr Brantner, a Prussian subject, have been sentenced to be shot, and ten others sentenced to vari ous terms of penal servitude. Banged Hair. IZlon'a Herald.) The present excellent Engliab Queen is eminently sensible In her domestic notions. She cannot en dure tbe modern ldiotlu habit of women wearing a long fringe of hair across their foreheads. An English exchange says that Her Majesty sent special instructions to the bridesmaids at the late wed ding of her son, the Duke of Con naught, that they would not be permitted to wear these hair fringes or high heels to their boots, nor to tie their dresses baok in the present most uncomfortable aud indelicate fashion. Victoria deserves thii thanks of every intelligent mother In the laud. The same paper says: "Last year one lady appeared at a drawing-room with her hair over her eyes. The next day she re ceived a message from the Lord Chamberlain Informing her that until her hair had grown she would not be required to attend any more drawing rooms." A Very Natural Blunder. A man from Gold Hill strolled Into Webster's drug store, on C street, last evening, and was buy ing some cough medicine, when he suddenly remarked: "Gimme four bits wort ho' that there tripe." "I don't keep tripe, sir," said the druggist, looking at the man with pei feet amazement. "You don't, eh? What's that hangin' up there?'' "Those are Turkish towels." — Virginia (Jhroniole. There was a paragraphist on c moral Toronto paper who swore a solemn oath that he would makes joke on the name of Bob Ingersoll or perish In the attempt. He shut himself up on Saturdays veiling and crawled forth Monday morn ing, pale, emaciated, and with a soiemn look iv his eyes aud with the following item in his hand: "They ought to spell bis name 'Bob Injuresoul.' " ALTKOVSM Many ahe Predisposed to Lang Troubles from Birth, yet even *>ucb may escape Consumption or other Bron chial or t*ulmannry dlaeatioa, If due care anil watchfulness be observed, aud all exciting eMUM ure promptly treated a* they arl»«e. It Is In these ca«ea Dr. Jayne's Expectorant exercises Its mosi beneficial eiiects and has produced tbe largest proportion of ltw cures. Besides promptly removing Coughs and Colds, which, when lert to theniiolves, are the Immediate causes of tuberculous devel opment, this standard remedy allays any iullauimatlou which may exist, and by promoting easy cxpeoioratiou, cleanses the lungs of the substances which olok them up, and which rapidly destroy when nutTered to remain. To all who are suffering from the errors and tudlscret.ons of youth, nervous weakness, early deoup, lusa of manhood, etc., 1 will send h recipe that will cure you. PIIKK Of CHaKGC This great remedy was discovered by a ml-slouary In Boatli Ainerlu i. send a self-addressed envelope to ilia KEY*. JOSEPH T. IN MAN,Station I), lllble Home, New York Cltr dii-lv NEVV TO-DAY. Los Angeles Match Factory. 1 have bought the LOS ANGELES MATCH KACIOKY and propose to make Hud sell a goud article. m.SSt U&O. A. AKMSTRONQ. Mortgage Hale. No. 1,817. B. D. Barrows, as Uuaidliiu of Alice W. Barrows, a minor, l'lalutlff.vs.William Jaatlee,sr., J. a. Carey, L l. Fitter. man and J. M. Urlttllb, Defendants. UN Wilt AND BY VIRTUE OF a decree of foreclosure aud order of sale entered In the District Court of the Seven teenth Judicial District of the stale of California, lv and fur tbo rouuly of Los Angeles, on the 20th day ol May, A. D. IS7», aud a wilt ol execution lor 'ho enfoicement of Judg ment requiring tali or properly under foreclosure of murnzage issued out of tbe aforesaid Dtstrloi court, annexed to satd decree mid dated tbe('J7ih'day of May, A. D. lsru. In the above entitled action und lv lavor of H. D. harrows, as guardian ot Alice W. Barrows, a minor, plaintiff, aud against William Jus tice, Sr., J. A. Carey, I S fettsr muu aud J. M. i!rlfbth, detendauts, a oertined copy of which said decree ol foreclosure, duly attested under theseal or said court on the 26th day of May, A. D. 1879, aud delivered to me, together with the writ annexed thereto,on the 27ib day of May, A. D. 1879, whereby 1 am com manded to sell at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, foi cash iv U. 8. gold and silver coin, the following and In said decree described real estate, to wlt: All that cerlaln real property, situated in tlie county ot l.os Angeles, State of California, bounded and described as tal lows, to.wit: Commencing nt a post that marks tbe division line between the lands of Benja min Harris and said grantor; thence running in an easterly direction 28.00 chains to the land of McCook; thence In a southerly direction 17 28-100 chains to a post; thence in a westerly direction 28.00 chains to a post; thence in a northerly direction 17 21-100 chains to the point of beginning, containing 39 63-100 acres, and being a portion of tho Rancho Les Coyotes. Public notice Is hereby given that on FRIDAY, THE 20th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1879, At 12 o'clock M. of said day, I will oroceed to sell, at the Court House door, In tho city and county of Los Angeles, State of Caliloruia. at public auction to the highest and be&t bidder for cash In United States gold coin, to satlsry said decree for principal, interest, attorneys' fees, costs and all accruing costs, all the above desoribed real ostate. Given under my hand, nt the city and county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia, this the 271h day ol May, A. D. 1879. H. M. MITCHELL,. Sheriff. By J. C. Kav s, Deputy. m2Btd CONTINENTAL OIL STORE. Having purchased the retail oil busi ness of the Continental Oil store, we are prepared to supply consumers at ihe LOWKBT MARKET RATES, and will continue to carry on the business at the old stand, NO. SI wPRING STREET. We solicit a contlnuanco of the patron age of the public and shall endeavor to serve our customers with promptness and dispatch. Goods delivered to all parts of the city free of charge. WYMAN & JAMES, No. Wl Spring; Street. my 23 lm GEORGE R. STARR, [Successor to Starr & Little,) COMMISSION MERCHANT KORTHESALK OF EVuit nad Produeo, Potatoes, Grain, Reed, Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Hides, Tallow, Lard, Wool, Hay, Cattle, Hogs, Calves, etc. N05.803 and 310 Washington St., between Front and Battery Sis., MAN FRANCISCO. KTConsignments solicited and orders promptly filled. mhlB-ly J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Lumber Dealers. CORNER of Alameda and First Streets DEALERS IST DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, SHINGLES, POSTS, LATHS, SHAKES, HAIR, PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC. JACKSON, KERCKHOFF A CUZNER, Lumber Dealers, Corner Alameda and Firat Streets. DEALER IN DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS, I SHAKES, PLASTER OF ! PARIS, CEMENT AND HAIR. LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES -AT — ' Perry, Woodworth & Co.'a LUMBER YARDS — AND — PLANING. MILLS, ■a. 1* Commercial street, near Railroad ileum, mrao-tr i I 12 n - Per day, at boms ©O ~ V>dtU\J Br.mplea worttrtl, free. Btinoh A Co., Portland. Me. ' marlld NEW TO-DAY. CITY of PARIS. EXTRAORDINARY! EXTRAORDINARY!! STILL FURTHER REDUCTIONS ! Commencing Monday, May 26th, we will Offer 150 Pieces All-Wool Plaid BEIGE, at 20c. per yard, formerly sold for 50c. 50 Pieces White TABLE LINEN DAMASK, at 50c, formerly sold at 75c. 250 White QUILTS at $1, formerly sold for $1.75 500 dozen Huckaback TOWELS at $1 per dozen, formerly sold for $1.75. 200 CALICO WRAPPERS at $1, formerly sold at $1.50. EUGENE MEYER & CO., 53 & 55 Main St., Los Angeles. ■ayOtf RE-OPENING OF THE heap Store, X£26 JMCAXKr SST., ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Etc., FOR THIRTY DAYS. The above stock having been sold at Sheriff's sale for the benefit of creditors, the same will be closed out during the next thirty days at an enormous sacrifice. The stock will be found to consist of new and desirable goods in every department, having been purchased for the Spring and Summer trade, and intending purchasers will do well to avail themselves of this opportunity to secure goods at unusually low figures, as THE STOCK MUST BE SOLD. Remember the place, and save money by buying your Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at the celebrated CHEAP STORE, 126 iMI-A-lILSr ST. myl7-lm The Steams Ranches, ALFRED ROBINSON, Trustee, 120 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal. LJ(\ . vrwv g , . ! «■ > of Orangea^Leroons, p Umss, Figs., !§*» \^^^a«S> j^^^?^^^^^^^^ * also 'many thousand acres of *' riffi" y*C" it Natural Evergreen Pastures. p»eggS^^p^^-^C. J \ - ;§hs.-^Hj^yw^_ Uood water la abundant at an "KH^!?°'s*s' ■ — ''- J -— ""jitjl oultlvntlonto produce eroiia. 1 S i ' " ■ i J j TERMS —One-fourth Cash; Val- ' jij.l. [will take pleasuro In Kbowlui ■ miD>^^ * -i- - these lands to parties seeking laud *■ '' *-v 1 ~' ■ ' ""* who aro Invited to come iiiml so. aMaarHtlMrrOTlft *.'-" Krl V*. . Vf&K/fc' ' ».V'i»VS-' l/ ». » this extenatve tract before purcbaa. /*y AfarV J | , ,°. W. R. OLDEN, Agent. Anaheim, Los Angeles county, Cal., April 18th, 1879. apl6 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Hygienic Filter AMD Water Cooler. Thin invention pluses within (im reach ol every family the means ol procuring pure and wholesome water. H will re move all decayed animal, vinetable or foreign matter, mud, sand, alkali, etc., thoroughly cleansing and also cooling tlie water, by reason of Its being madetff porous pottery, to a degree healthier aud pleasituter to drink than icu water. HOW THE WATKR IB CLEANSED. First the water passes down through four Inches of assorted Marine Gravel, then through eight lnche-i of Patent White Willow and Animal Charaoal; then ascends twelve Inches through ! Fresh Water Hand and Marble Dust; then desceuds again through twelve Inches ol Chaicnal. The Filter, with all Its tubes. Is made of Terra Cottu, and Is so arranged that all the 111tt'iiug material o*n bo re moved aud repacked entirely with new material, at a trilling expense. They arc manufactured lv two sizes viz: The Family Hize, to contain four gallons,and the Ollioe Size, to contain two gallons, of filtered water. Tho Fanv lly Size will Alter thirty and the Office Size tlfteeu gallons of water lv twenty four hours. In Oakland aloue there are about five hundred of these filters noiv In use, giv ing perfect satisfaction, and ft testimoni al from the owner of each one can be had at any time. County Rights for Sale. WM. H. HARPER, Manufacturer, • 1200 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. For further particulars address HAMPER, MOORE & CO., mi- im Agents f>r Los Angeles Co. Holly & Magoon's CULTIVATOR, MANUFACTURED BY Holly & Magoon, Stony Point, Souo-.ua County, —AND— Holly & Jones, Lakeville, Sonoma County. Jones' Patent. May 29, 1877. mills CULTIVATOR is made by prac- JL tical moii, after years of experience, aud better meets the wants of California farmers than anything before offered. Made of the best material (with wood or Iron frame) and warranted In every respect. PRICES REASONABLE. OUR NE W DOUBLK-BOX WHEEL Is a decided Improvement, to which we wish to call the espeolal attention of those wh'i would secure the best and most durable. OCR STRAIGHT CHISEL CTLTIVA TORS (Patent appliel for) are self-sharpening and made of the bjst cast sieol, with an improved method of fastening to the standard, approaching perfection Itself. For further Inform a'ion address the Manufacturers, or M, C. HAWLEY & CO., Agents, San Francisco and Sacramento, cal. Janftltlna THE BEST SUITS MADE TO ORDEII IN THE CITY AT The Woolen Mill Store, Downey's Marble Front, opposlle Coaiut,* po lit fan Hotel, Malnstieet. SUITS Ol Kvcry Descripiiou from 825 to ©OS. I have constantly on hand a I urge and selected stock of the mostelegaut cloths, of the latest fashions, and am enabled to furnish the most stylish suits at the low est prices. A GOOD Hl' always guaran teed. • Blankets and Flannels Sold Cheap. Everybody who wauls to have a coat, vest, or pantaloons made to order, will Uud It to his advantage to call on me. |a3Lf LOUIS PFEIFFENBKRGER. NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTH (BOTOftSIOI to Chris. Henuet Proprietor, The CLEAREST. PUREST ana MOH'i BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Sor.lh or San Francisco Orders for DRAUGHT or POTT LEU UM'.R promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery defies competition In the Stat*. mrft-tf HOMESTEAD FOR SALE. ORB AT ACRIFICE IN IMPROVED REAL ESTATE, In a most desirable locution, viz.: Sixth street, second lot from Pearl street; beautiful cottage house; four rooms; hard finished; cost 81800; stable, carriage aud wood house; 24 ten-year-old orange trees, full of fruit; trees flue and healthy. Thiss properly can be bought at figures that will defy competition. Size of lot, 88x125 feet. For particulars call on J. O. DeTURIC, No. 1 Market St. d!stf AGRICULTURAL PARK. Having leased tho above beantlfu plaoo, I propose to keep a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. At which none but respectable people will be entertained. Families and tingle persons accommo dated with LARGE, Alßx ROOMS and BOARD at reasonable prices. 1 dlO-lm CHARLES A. DURFEE.