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FRIDAY ...JUNE 20.1879
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Burts and Grant.
We transfer to our columns an
account of an interview had by a
reporter of tbe San Franoieco
Chronicle with Mr. Adolpbe Borle,
wbo was for a few weeks Gen.
Grant's Secretary of tbe Navy.
Tbe reason generally understood
for tbat gentleman's original ap
pointment as a member of Graut's
sabtaat, as ha was never heard of
Id politics prior to that event, was
a very handsome subscription made
by him to tbe Graut fund. Our
readers will be amused to not* iv
what a patronizing way this rlcb
Philadelphia-- talks of tbe Amerl
oan people as a sort of pendant to
tbe greatness of his Idol. Accord
ing to Boris, Grant don't want the
Presidency but might be iuduced
to accept It if It were forced upon
him. Those familiar with tbe his
tory of Julius C»,ar will recall tbe
fact that tbat "foremost man of all
this world " did not want the su
preme power of Rome. Marc An
tony was tbe man who, "thrice
upon tbe Lupercal," did press on
Csaiar a kingly crown. But,
though CsKar was not ambitious,
and did all in his power to restrain
tbe adulatory ardor of Antony,
some bow or other bis name to-day
is tbe basis of the titles of tbe
Kaisers of Germany and tbe Czar
of all the Russias. He bad an am
iable facility of yielding to compul
sion when tbe question of bis own
aggrandizement was at issue. We
hare little doubt but that Grant
would be found equally compliant.
There is scant probability, how
ever, of his virtue being put to tbe
test. There le a rapidly growing
fooling that General Grant has
been munificently rewarded by the
American people and that it is a
good thing to etick to our republi
can traditiona. In this connection
we cannot forbear quoting tbe fol
lowing from tbe New York Sun of
tho 10th Inst., under the caption of
"Stir up tbe Grant Party:"
Three months ago tbe opinion
more commonly expressed than
any otbar both by Republicans and
Democrats ac to wbo would be tbe
Republican candidate for Presideut
was tbat it was useless to bring for
ward anyone else in competition
with Gen. Grant. And very many
thoughtful men in both parlies
were apprehensive that Grant's
election to a third term was inevit
We did not share very much in
this feeling. When we listened
for an argument In favor or Gen.
Grant we were told that bis tri
umphal journey around the world
would elect him; that the atten
tions he had received abroad would
etrengtben him immensely at
We never could sea much force
Iv this reasoning. We did not be
lieve tbe American people would
leave it to foreign potentates to
choose their Chief Exeoutive. We
believed when it came to voting
tbey would choose for themselves.
How Is it now?
Already the Grant fever has sub
sided In an observable degree. In
deed, we almost fear Its eubsidence
bas been too marked and too rapid.
We ebould prefer to have the pub
llo mind kept fixed upon General
Grant as a c ludhlate, for we be
lieve tbe more the third term Is |
thought about and talked about,
Ihe more certainly will it be ren
dered as absolutely impossible. So,
we say, stir up the Graut party.
The Republicans seem to be
gifted with a happy faculty for
kicking tbe pail over after it has
been milked full. There never was
a bappier opening for auy party
tbau tbat which lay plainly ahead
of that organization this fall. To
many observing persons all they
bad to do was to march straight
forward to victory, tbe only condi
tion being ibat tbey should nomi
nate a ticket to which do suspicion
of monopoly leanings attached.
Instead of availing themselves of
conditions of success which, in the
divided condition of our politics,
were ooly too apparent, tbe Repub
licans bave deliberately selected as
their standard-bearer a gentleman
of admirable personal character, it
Is true, but who is nevertheless lia
ble to tbe imputation of subservi
ency to corporations. Under the
present circumstances of our poli
ties it would only bave beeo possi
ble to have nominated one man
oat of the gentlemen spoken of as
Republican candidates for Gover
nor more vulnerable than Mr. Per
kins, and that wag bis leading op
ponent, General Evans. Had the
Convention, lv a moment of rare
good sense and deference to the
popular feeling, nominated either
Bwlft or Davis, we should bave re
garded tbe chances of Democratic
success as very much curtailed.
Tbis Republican fiasco imposes
upon tbe coming Democratic State
Convention a duty which it will be
fatal lo neglect—the nomination of
a ticket which will commend itself
to tbe people as emphatically anti
monopoly. Through that door
alone lies victory.
To a philosopher au analysis of
the causes which lead parties to
throw away their opportunities
eugbt to be nu interesting study.
Admitting tbat Mr. Perkins Is at
■ heart a fierce anti-monopolist and
tbat be Is a sturdy and incorrupt!*
bio opponent of the railway pow
er; admitting, what every one
seems to concede, that he is noted
for the possession of splendid qual
ities of head and heart, yet the im
pulse which led tbe Republicans to
court defeat under his leadership is
one of those things which an ordi
nary man can't find out. The cry
will go up, through tbe length aud
breadth of California, that Mr .Per
kins is a monopolist. It may be a
lie, but it has long ago passed into
an axiom of American politics tbat
a lie well stuck to is as good as tbe
truth. Mr. Perkins bas been an
owner of steamships. He has a
right to own and run steamships
and collect freights and fares. But
many people In Southern Califor
nia cannot be disabused of the im
pression that the company with
which the Republican caudidate
has Identified himself bas pooled
earnings with tbe railway com
pany. There were at least two
candidates—men of ability and
sterling character, such as Mr. Per
kins is admitted hy every oue to be
—against whom no alii gations ol
complicity with corporations could
be laid. We allude, of course, to
Mr. John F. Swift and Mr. Horace
Davis. Had either been nominated
the Republicans of California
would have closed ranks, put aside
all controversies and goue into the
fight practically a unit. Why par
ties often do the things tbey ought
not to do, and fail to do those other
things which common sense dic
tates ss right to be done, Is a
problem worthy the analytic pow
ers of a Draper or a Buckle.
The nomination of Gen. Mans
field for Lieutenant-Governor by
the Republicans is a sop throwu to
the new Constitution element of
tbe Republican party. Geueral
Mansfield is personally quite popu
lar; and, had tho head of the ticket
been less open to objection on
grounds on which the people of tbe
State are highly excited, be would
add considerable strength to the
ticket. General Mansfield is gen
ial iv manner , a lawyer of fair
standing and is sound on tbe new
Constitution issue — the latter a
point on which Perkins is probably
LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.
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Huprran- Court Nominations.
[SPECIAL TO HERALD.]
San Francisco, June 19th.—The
Republicau Convention nominated
A. L. Rhodes for Chief Justice by
acclamation. Balloting for tbe six
Associate Justices resulted in the
choice of A. P. Call in, J. S. Belch
er, G. T. Richards, J E. Hale, M.
H. Myrick aud E. D. Wheeler.
Ho Bililuru Dane.
Washington, June 19th.—A
quorum of Senators in the Demo
cratic caucus was late assembling
to-ilay, anil wlieu obtalueil B>-nator
Hill moved to aojourn, subject to
Ills call of the Cbair. Without de
bate the motion was carried.
Dlsarustftll ur Tbannia.
Washington, June 19th.—Ohio
Democrats now here ascuse Tuur
man of disloyally to the Democrat
ic State ticket, aud that he has al
ready started a scheme to trade nil
Kwlug for members of tbe Legisla
ture. Thurman cares more, these
men say, for his own return to the
Senate than the election of Ewing,
and will sell out the Utter at every
opportunity to strengthen Ills own
candidacy for the Seuatorship.
PSafSSMHt Owuea, to Fn 'tbe Data
Washington, June 19tb.—The
Democratic leaders of tbe Senate
intend bringing the adjournment
question before tbe. caucus to-day
aad there are indications that next
Tuesday will he tbe day fixed upon.
There are now strong indications
that the majority will not treat the
veto of tbe Judicial Appropriation
Bill with contempt and adjourn, as
baa been heretofore counselled,
without attempting to make any
other provisions for those purposes.
Ou tha contrary, several prominent
Democrats (including Snuators
Beck and some others uot belonging
to tbe conservative wing of the
party) say tbat the majority will
make an honest effort to meet the
President's views, aud If possible
obviate hi* objections to this bill as
soon as they become acquainted
witb the precis* nature ot bis ob
At tbe rat* membars are leaving
there will hardly be a quorum of
the House if Congress remains In
session much lunger.
Toe ItaorteeatlVe biii As-ret-n On.
Washington, June lo:li.~The
Committee <f Conference on the
Legislative, Executive au 1 Judi
cial Appropriation Bill arrived at
a complete agreement this morn
ing. House conferees receded from
the amendment making an allow
ance of $126 for each Representa
tive and Senator for stationery used
or commuted during the present
extra session. They also leoora
mend concurrence by lhe House in
Senate amendment striking out the
section concerning payment of
laborers under the District of Co
lumbia Board of Public Works.
Tine Bas<ia>Sti,u|.J 4-i.url-Sli.rllMl —
New Yobk, June 10th.— The
court-martial found Stanley ituilty
of cooduet to the prejudice of good
order and military discipline and
sentenced him to be admonished in
general orders by the General of
the Army. General Sherman, on
reviewing the findings of Ihe court,
say.-: "Tbe proceedings, findings,
audsenteuce of the general comt
martlal iv the case of Coi. I). L.
Stanley are approved. C< I. Stan
ley will resume command of his
regiment. The geueral courl-mai
tial, convened by general orders
No. 60 of March 29, 1879, is hereby
dt-solved. The members and mili
tary witnesses, Including Col.
Hazen, will resume their respec
tive posts of duty. In reviewing
the voluminous record of this case,
t he General of tbe army affirms the
judgment of tbe Court, and that
Col. Stanley in writing to Col.
Hazen, then abroad, I lie threaten
ing letter of September 6, 1877, and
afterward iv allowing Hie puhlioa
linn of cliaiges iv tbe New York
Times, committed a breach of dis
otpliue. He bad a perfect light to
prefer charges aud specifications,
which he bad done from New York
on the 6tli of July, 1877, but wneu
advised tbat the President nf the
United States had considered them,
and had decided that tiie best In
terests of the service would uot be
advanced by a geueral court-mar
tial, it was his plain duty to bave
submitted grncetully. The law
oftioers of the Government bave de
cided that the United Slates cannot
- arraign for trial any officer for an
offense committed more than two
years before the ordef lor assem
bling tbe court. For this reason
tbe charges against Col. Hazen
cannot be Inquired into by a geuer
al court-martial, so tbat this trial
and judgment must etand as tbe
final decision of all matters raised
in controversy. Both parlies will
be careful that tho service be uot
injured by a renewal of this sub
ria-.li Times lv Hew York.
New Yobk, Juno 19th.—Some of
tbe journals here declare that real
estate is "booming," particularly
in the upper part of the city,which
is now easily accessible by ele
vated railroads. Many tales are
now reported, as the priuted re
ports send up tbe market. In this
connection a well known dealer re
marks: "There is flowing into New
York capital from California. The
new Constitution of tbat State is
driving hither more or less capital,
Tne II.«li Hnrdrr.
New Yobk, Juue 18.—Tbe Coro
ner's jury to-day visited the resi
dence of ihe late Mrs. Hull, anil
closely scrutinized the suriouud
ings. The inquest will be contin
ued until to morrow.
New York. June 19.—The trial
of Indian Commissioner Hoytaud
otber directors of the International
Trust Company, Jersey City, has
resulted iv acquittal.
R,nf|ii<>l tn Mnuntnr Jtiups.
New York, June 19th.—The
Bullion Club gave a banquet last
eveuing to Senator Jones, if Ne
vada, aud the great mining opera
Ths Mew York * f Tlmea ■» en Hie
Hcsr Co .1T ,v II oil iv SJHII
New Yobk, June 19.—Tbe Timet
to-day, speaking of the Municipal
Convention In Han Francisco yes
terday, says: "It is possible that
these men are very much iv earnest,
and really believe, it they were in
office, they cou I d be as good as tbey
now promise, but the political mil
lenium will not come this year,
even though Ihe vast public patron
age of San Francisco should fall
Into the hands of Kearney aud his
Tbe p.mr Per out. t-rnlic it--.
Washington, June 19 —Of forty
milll'fl four per cent, certificate*
Issued, but 47,120 remain in the
various depositories and $17,464,000
of the amount issued couverttd
into four per cent, bonds.
Discrimination lv It all *• ur- Rales.
New York, June 19 —A Legis
lative Committee now silting
here is producing considerable
parole and record evidence show
ing that discriminating freight
rales are allowed hy the
Central Railroad to some par
ties, the effect of which is to give
the recipients great advantage in
business over their competitors,
and to drive jobbing trade away
Irom this cily and iuto the hands
ot luterlor jobbers.
London, June 19:h.—Plaisled's
boat for the match with Nicholson
has been launched aud christened
the Columbia. Plalsted says the
boat is the finest lie was ever in.
Its length Is 31 feet, bresdth 11}
inches. Plalsted and Nicliolbou
are both lv excellent condition.
Haulan was so conSdeut of the
result of the championship match
tbat he prepared on Thursday last
the speech he delivered from lhe
window of the Newcastle Chronicle
office on Monday.
In regard to the proposition to
contest for the Sportsman's Cup
in America the Sporttman says:
We feel convinced that the trus
tees realize that the deslguoftne
donor wus to promote the best in
terests of sculling, and that not
necessarily iv Kuizlaud alone.
Beautiful ferro photographs at
very low prides at the photograph io
teut nearly nppusiie Poßtomce.
Card pictures $1.50, $2 00 and $2.50
per dozen. Those exquisite little
gems a specialty.
Cekealina—l'iih beat, food for
the iluk room, noil au Iniallihle
agent fur raising children. For sale
hy Helnzman «k Kills.
Oeneisl Orant, Though Fertonalljr Unwilling
to bs again Pres dett, Will b» forced to
Accept tho Office.
A CVironicte reporter, wbo sougbt
unsuccessfully for several bours
yesterday afternoon to obtain an
interview witb Atlolpb Boric, Qon.
Grant's first appointee as Secretary
of tbe Navy and a companion In
Ills travels, managed a little after 8
o'clock lv tbs evening; to discover
the gentleman so assiduously look
ed for. Mr. Borit's ciose-croppetl
gray beard and bnary locks betok
ened old age, but the healthy hue
of his cheek aud the clear tone, of
his voice as he conversed witb Sen
ator Sharon in the otUce of the Pal
ace Hotel indicated that lime had
not yet robbed him of bis health
and vigor. As the representative
of tbe L'hronicls approached hlra he
was talking iv joyous tones of the
glad news winch bad Just been
Hashed across the coutiuent from
Philadelphia that bis family were
well and telling of the pleasure be
experienced iv Ibe anticipation of
a speedy return to his home.
GENERAL GRANT'S RETURN.
The reporter, having Introduced
himself, inquired when Gen. Graut
would reiu n to America. Mr.
"Probably uot before tho 10!b of
.September next. He is uot at all
anxious io return borne. He is
having a fine lime and is enjoying
himself with all the zest of a
schoolboy who wants to «et the
most of his vacation."
"Is lhe General aware of the
movements vow on foot lo make
him the R-publieau nominee for
President, iv 1880?"
"Oil! yes; bo undoubtedly kuowa
about that. In fact that seems to
be pretty generally understood
both here and abroad."
"i'lieu there isuo truth in the re
ports which have recently been cir
culated to the efleet tbat he knows
nothing whatever of his party's de
sire to place him In the Presiden
"I don't think there is. He must
be aware of it."
" TUG INFERNAL OFFICE. "
"Knowing, then, that many Re
publicans desire lo place him In
uomiuation for the Presidency, will
he decliue, or is be willing to ac
cept tbe nomination?"
"I hope he will reluse to accept
the infernal office. 1 call it infer
nal because I consider it the moat
trying aud difficult position in tbe
World, Iv fact, so anxious bave I
beeu for bim to decline tbat it was
lor tbe sole purpose of endeavoring
to dissuade bim from making a
' sacrifice of himself that I left Pbil-
I adtdpbia and Joined bim when I
"Did you accomplish tbe object
of your journey and dissuade
the Geueral from accepting tbe
honors sought tn be thrust upou
him by his party ?"
"I didu't have an opportunity to
talk directly to him ou the subject.
In fact, I never got any further
. than bints, insinuations aud sug
DIDN'T WAST TO BE PRESIDENT.
"Is ho willing to become the next
"Personally, I don't think be is "
"Will be reluse the nomination?"
"He will not be allowed to, I
fear. lam of the opinion that it
will be forced upon him, and that
he will be compelled hy the people
to again become our President. He
is the man wbo will disperse from
the political horiz in nf the country
lhe clouds of impending dauber,
and that Is the man the nation
WILL BS FORCED TO ACCEPT.
"Then you have tint talked with
General Grant directly on lhe sub
j ct of his iiotniiialinu, and do not
know positively aa to whether lie
will accept or decline? "
"I tbiuk he will he forced to ac
cept It. He does md desire It for
himself. He will have to sacrifice
his personal comfort lo tbe people's
welfare. He is the ouly man
powerful enough and popular
enough for the emergency. He Is
a great and good m m, aud there
wus never a country iv the world
which was blessed with a greater
uud a better citizen. I have
known him for long years, and I
love anil admire him. Even the
Democrats are beginning to (eel
that he Is the man that the country
ueeds. I have talked with several
of the most prominent Democrats
in the nation on the subject, and
they told me they would support
Grant as a cantlidale for the Presi
dency. I have talked with Demo
crats here to-day, whose nam a I
do uot wish to mention, and ihey
promise to sustain him in the next
THE GREATEST REPUTATION IN
At Ibis point in the dialogue Mr.
Borie's knowledge of the probabil
ity of Grant's acceptance of the
Presidential nomination apparent
ly became exhausted, and the con
versation branched off luto other
"When did you join the Gener
al?" inquired the reporter.
"I met him at Paris iv January
last and left him in Cnitia."
What estimate is placed upon
his generalship throughout the dif
ferent countries you visited to
gelhei? Is lie considered as tiie
j rentest military genius of his
•'He seems to be. The enthusi
asm with which he has beeu re
ceived everywhere Is indeed aston
ishing. All nations admire bim
Wheiever he traveled he was feted
anil honored; and I believe to day
he has the greatest reputation of
any man in the world."
GRANT'S VISIT TO CALIFORNIA.
"I presume he will travel exten
sively throughout the Pacific
"Yes; he will be in no hurry to
leave here, aud will visit Oregon,
the Yosemite aud all other places
of interest along the const."
"Have you heard anything about
the grand reception that Is to be
tendered him; of the hun lreds m
special cars which are to come
loaded Willi excursionists from the
Eastern Stales in order that the re
turning hero may he met with suit
able pomp aud houor?"
"Oh. yes; I beard about such
things belore my arrival here, bui
In S in Francisco nothing has been
s ild to me on the subject, as I only
reached lhe city to-day."
"Do you believe there It any
truth In these reports?"
•Yes, I think there is. I shall
probably myself b* one of the
throng which wilt assemble here to
meet the General. He is a great
man and I have known him for
m my yean "
"When, Mr. Boric, do you inlend
to start for your home?"
Here the old gentleman was ap
propriated by two or three friends,
and touching his white bat to tbe
reporter, he left him aloue with his
notes.— S. F. Chronicle.
Bur a use a Person Has aß\t>Couoh
It .houlu no>. be lufrnvd lint Oonsuuip
llou ua* set lv, Although a, case i f Con
Huuipilou Ib rarely met wiih unaccompa
mcd by a distressing Cough. Where,
however, it dispell lou Lo Pulmonary uis
•-n.se exists, a lougb. If lett tv itself
statin* anu racks the lungs, wastes tbe
NtieiiKih a ul aoou establishes an
incurable compialnt. Iv hll case*, then
it la the safer plan to ger. rid of a Cough,
rol'nrllo un'iH's.s without deldy; ami
forlhls purpose un remedy Mfs more
promptly orsur ly or with more beuefli
totheoigann of the chest than it. 1>
Javue's Kxpeoiorant, a medlclue nclen*
■ IrJcaily couipOLinded from carHully Be.
lected drug*, uud which, on trial, wilt al
w .y-i he funnd worthy of Us world-wide
By a rcspcciablG young woman, a situa.
tlon to do general houseaoi k, cuamber
w,irk or nursttig; no objection lo the
country; best of references; tbe care or
children particularly desirable. Enquire
at rt. De 'kers's Auction Store, under
Union Hull. j 0 13
By a German woman, lo a private
family, as housekeeper or rook; has had
gr. at experlcnie aud understands ber
ouslnesa thoroughly. References given.
None hut respectable parties need apply,
to be to .nd ut Mrs. Kinney's, Ti mpie
For Superior Judge.
I respectfully submit my name as a
candidate for the po.illon ol emperlor
Judge ol Los Angeles county.
June 17th, I>tj. Jei7td
W. R. ROWLAND bare by announces
' hlm.eir as a candidate for lhe nines oi
ShcrlfT, subject IO ihe aOtlon oi' tho Dein
ocitlc County Convention.
I will be a candidate before the Demo
cratic County Convention for noralua
' Hon for ihe office of Sheriff ut Los Ange
-1 les county. N. P. RICHARDSON.
For County Recorder.
I offer myself as n candidate for the
. office of Recorder of Los Angeles county,
' sublect to nomination by tbe approach.
• Ing Democratic County Convention.
JOHN M. BALDWIN.
t AGRICULTURAL PARK,
SUNDAY, JUNE 22d.
> THERE WILL BE A
At the Park on Sunday next, 75 yards,
free fir all citizens of 1.0. Angeles (D tvis
barred), lor a purse of $15; $.0 to llr.t and
10 to second man.
Sweepstake Glass Ball Shooting.
Ten balls each, from o trap at 21 yards
rise entrance, $'i 6ii; open to ah.
JlKid C. A. DURFEE. Proprietor.
FOURTH OF JULY.
Over Agricultural Park Course.
Freo for all two-year-old trotters. Purse,
$1<>0; 860 totlrst, to second and 915 to
Tne entiles closed with the following:
Wm. SmlLb, of Xl Monte, enter* b. f.
Annie l aurle, by Echo; a. Walters, of
San Gabriel, names Mi. Mabeny's a. c.
State of Maine, by Klmn; C. A. Durfee
names h. m. Jonnston'H gray colt, by
Alf Richmond, darn Harbura.
Free for all trotters aud pacers la tho
district at thla date (viz , June 4, IS7U,) tor
apnr.nof j:l jO; %%j0 to first, and lluU to
L.-I. Homo names b. g. Tommy Gates,
by Tbe Moor (trotter); C A. Durfee
names d. g. Johnny Wiggle, by Long
C. A. DURFEE,
Je4*lm Lessee and froprlutor.
O I Gr -A. A*. Ja* !
JF. si. wulit,
(SUCCESSOR TO Hl'GO KREMER,)
PKOPRIIOTOH OF THt
KEY WEST CIGAR STORE,
No. 7SJ Lanfranco Block,
NO CHINAMEN EMPLOYED.
Mr. witlff manufactures; nA
VXS A TOBACCO Into cigars ol approved
brands. Ho al-o deals In all lines ol
smokers' Articles. Give htm a call,
ny 15 tf
IMPItOVKI) HAY FORK
I Talent Applied For.l
Is the most perfect, and easiest operating
derrick fork In existence. ons man can
operate it with the greatest ease,as the strain
of lifting the fork caotSi it to grapple its
toad autoniatlosllv, while a pull opon the
relcuiug cord, when the tork ha. been lifted
to tbe dashed place, causes it to drop the load
Then la aotluag la the crastroction of this
Fork that la llabl. to get oat cf ordsr.
Farmers will do well to examlna this Bay
Fork, as It saves espouse »iei greatly facili
tate, the handling of bay, grain and straw.
Communications addressed to
I, T. HOST, Gen. Agent,
Ban Hateo, Cal,
On Spring sired, betweeu Court House
and Coiutnerct J Hank, > v AMtvTtn 81
KING, with an luscrlptimi Inside. An>
one iludlug ihe same will cctifer a gieai
favor an.! ue liberally rewarded by leav
ing It at thin orUce. Jl9 3t
A situation, by a respectable yuunu
woman to do general housework or
chamber work iv a private family; bfsi
ol references; w.ip'S an object in a good
OIMO4. Please call Immediately at»o. 7
First street. I_os Angeles. |iB-3t
$2000 WANTED, '
For one yoar, at two per cent, per month
Inlert-st, sheared on 811,000 worth or
country properly, S'O.iXO worth of the
properly we<l Improved and highly pro
ductive. Address liox 4, Los Antjeles P.
O. J IVlw
Rooms and Board.
Gentlemen and their wive? and single
<ent* can be aooomrnodated witb board
and fine, large, sunny, front rooms, con
taloing all modern conveniences and
borne comforts, at the
New High street, only one block
from tbe Poslohiee and Court ll.,us6,and
commands a charming view of mountain
and valley. Jeifltf
FOR SALE—FOR. RENT.
btoik Range f.r Sale.
Suitable for lOOOhead of ca'tle. For In
formation enquire at this offlce. JelBtf
"~ TO RENT.
A desirable fnml«h"d hause of eight
rooms, on e'ranktis street, suitable lor a
nr.t-clsss biardlng house. Apply at
corner of Franklin -nd Fort streets.
THE OT AY RANCH, containing Oo'>7
»i ICO acres, embracing Iha upper portion
of the Ota* Valley, lv «an Diego oounti.
I li lv, IT. a. Patent. This property Is noil
adapted lor sheep and controls an ex
tensive outside range There Is an uuund
anoe of wood on the ranch and water all
ihs year round. I here Is not any or thai
brush so detrimental to lue wo-d-grow
er»'interest, lhe only bruso being what
is known as '-greusewood," on which
sheen feed. Toi. properly Is in oveiy
respect a desirsble sheep range nnd is
situated fourteen miles Irom the cliy of
Han DISCO. Ftriurther information ap
ply to M. KEATING.
Je7-2w Fiflh sticet.Ban Diego.
The Entire Block and Fixtures
OF THE^KJ - STORE '
ISCI.UniNO THE WATER WHEEL
AND COFFEE MILL,
Iv one lot or In quantities to tult pur
Jel7-2w M. H. MYERS.
The Hygienic Filter
This invention places within the reach
ol every family the meani ot procuring
puro and wuolesomo water, it wlll re
move nil decayed anlmxl, vc.etable or
foreign matter, mud, sand, alkali, ere.
thoroughly clean-tng aud also cooling
the water, by reason of its being made of
porous pottery, 10 v degree health.er and
pleasnntel to drink than 100 water.
HOW THE WATER IS CLEANSED.
lint the water passes down through
four Inches of assorted Marine oravel,
then th ough eight Incne. or patent
White W.ilnw aud Animal Lharaoal;
ilieu a-ends twelve Inches through
! Fresh Water Hai.d and Marble Dust;
then descends again through twelve
Inches oi Cmucoal.
Ihe Filler, with all its tubes. Is made
of Terra Cotia, and Is so arranged that
all tne Altering material cm lie re
moved ana repacked entirely with new
material, at a truing exueiise.
They are maauiaot.ured In two sixes
vis: The Family .-size, to contain tour
gallons, and the Ottlce Size, to contain
tvo gallons, ot ottered water. The Fam
ily sue will Oner thirty and the • mice
size ntteeu gallons of water lv twenty
Jn uaklandalone there are about Ova
hundred of these Alters noiv 1.1 us , [jiv
ing periect satisfaction, aud » tea Imoid
ul hum the owner ol each ono can be hud
at any lime.
County Rights for Sale.
WM. H. HARPER, Manufacturer,
ISOO Uroadway. Oakland, Cal.
For further particulars address
HAKHEK, MOORE * CO.,
ml2-lm Agents fir Los Augeles Co.
A Great Bargain!
7000 Good Slincp,
1800 Sprintf Lambs,
USE OF 10,000 ACRES GOOD LAN I) 13
Rancho San Jacinto Vlejo, one year,
ALL FOR »f!,000 CASH.
Enquire of E. BOUTON,
m»l-lw l-os Augeles.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IS HOUTHKIIX CALIFORNIA.
No. £7 SPRING BTRKET,
UNDER UNION HALL-
Regular Hale Days Wednesdays and
Saturdays, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m. and closing at 4 o'clock f. m. Cash
advances m**de on live tttock. goods,
wareg and mere biindine. Wilt buy fur
nlture, merchandise and rolling stock at
Having secured the services or MR, F.
W. NOYKS as salesman for one yoar. tbe
old friends and patron.* of the bourse are
reapecriully Invited lo give me a call,
special sides made In any pari, at tbe
oily ot county.
skATTerms below compftltlnn.
K. W. NOYEH. Auctioneer. laltf
18Q TVTzVXPsr ST.,
A. PIRANNI A CO., PROP'S.
•st-Mcals at all hours of lhe night and
dsv. Prices moderate nnd necurdlug t >
orders. Specialty of We.ldiug Panles,
Halls or ilanqnets. 'odors r..r fincy
dishes p-ompl.y attended to nnd ileliv
pied In town. Jelli-im
I he-eby warn the public that, after
this dato, I will be responsible lor no
il.ht «-onir»oied by my wife, uuess writ
ten consent has been given by me Tor lv
Lot Angeles, Jane 1 ltr7i). Js-3w
Holly & Magoon's
Holly & Magoon,
Stony ruiot, Sonoma County
Holly & Jones,
Lakevllle, Sonoma County.
Jones' Patent, Mnv 29, t&i"7*>
• npniscULTlVATiiKis made byprac
1 tlcal men, after yours of experience,
nnd be'ter meets the warns of California
farmers than anything before olTered.
Madeoithe best in iteriul (with wood
or Iron frame) and warranted In every
OURNEW DOUBLtfi-BOX WHEEL.
Is a decided Improvement, to which we
wish to ctil the especial attention of
those wh » would secure the best and
OUR STRAIGHT CHISEL CTLTIVA
(Patent apple I for) are nolf.sharpening
and made of lhe b mi cast steel, wi h au
Improved method of fastening to the
standard, approaching perfection Itself.
Kor further lrfjrmalon address the
M. C. HAW LEY & CO.,
Agents, San Francisco ana Sacramento,
D. MAIILSrEDr, Proprietor.
Tbe purest and most delicious LAGER,
BKEKmanu aotured In southern Cali
fornia. Order* lor Draught, or Bottled
Beer filled on short notice.
OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. JeltJ
WASH—an infallible reme
dy—is FOR SALE at DR.
action is instant
' and efficacious. The most
obstinate cases instantly
~Tm. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streats
! BLINDS, SHINGLES,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
JACKSON, KERCKHOFF &
Corner Alameda and Firal Slreota.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PI ASTER OF
PARIS, CEMENT AND
LUMBER AT MOUSES PRICES
- AT —
Perry, Woodworth A Co.'a
Ho. IS Commercial street, near
Ballrond DetHlt. mr2o-lr-.
LOTS FUli SALE.
TWOoI the roost desirable lols lathe
lands uf iho Ploneor Building Lot Asso
ciation or East Los Angeles will bo told
CHICAP HO It CAWH.
Also, one of the most pleasantly located
lots In tho Beaudry Park tract. Address
R. S., Herald office. fetf-lm
GEORGE R. STARR,
[Successor to Starr A Little,]
FOR THE SALS OF
Fruit and Produce,
Potatoes, Grain, Seed, Butter, Eggs,
Cheese, Hides, Tallow, Lard, Wool,
Nos. f.03 and 310 Washington St., between
Front and Battery 81s.,
aw Consignment, solicited nnd orders
promptly tilled. mhlK-ly
THE BEST SUITS
made; to order in the city at
The Woolen Mill Store,
Downo> ** Marble Front, opposite Cosmo
poliian Hotel, Malusueet.
BVITS ol Every Description
from $tt*s to $C) 3.
I have c< instantly on hand a largeM|4
selected -.took «f the cloths,
of the latest fashion*), and am enabled lo
furnUh the most stylish suits at tne low
est prices. A GOOD I-1 r always guaran
Blankets and Flannels Sold Cheap.
Everybody who wants to bave a coat,
▼est or pantaloons made tn order, will
And it to bis advantage to call on me*
laStt LOUIS PFItfIFFENBERGICR.
Thb Herald Steam I'riwtino
HoDSK makes a specialty uf Legal
Printing. Briefs, Transorlpts, etc.,
printed at low rates. (
Grand Central Tonsorial Parlors.
Messrs. Cook, Crosby & Beeae,
late of the Palace Hotel barber
-bop, San Francisco, bave fitted up
a barber aud hair dressing estab
lishment In the Grand Central Ho
tel, No. 311 Main street, near the
Baker Block. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed. The parlors are sup
piled with Ihe patent Rochester
chairs, tbe easiest in use.
The Future Revealed.
A chart of your children's future;
also answers to all anxious ques
tions in reference to future events.
Send correct date of birth, sex,
State and county, and enclose for
churt $2, aud questions $1, lo
Zadklel, Loa Angeles Cal.
In prices at Ihe photographic par
lors, Downey Block. Three dozen
gems for 50 cents; other sizes In
The Ladies' Candy Factory
Aud lunch room has been removed
two doors below the old stand on
Spring street, where we are now j
prepared to furnish hot lunch, tea,
coffee and chocolate at all hours;
also we keep constantly ou baud a
tine aißort'.ient of fresh candies
and cakes of our owu manufacture.
Remember the place, No. 18 Spring
street. Mrs. A. T Bkeler.
No. 130 Hill Street.
Nicely furnished rooms with first
ilbbs board, use of parlor aud piano.
Best locality iv the city. Terms
reasonable. Mrs. J. M. Carey, No.
180 Hill street. 0012
Get your old clothes cleaned and
dyed at No. 8 Aliso street. u7tf
Invalids wbo are suffering from / ,
jhro.dc kidney aud liver diseases,
rheumatism, dyspepsia, scrofula,
aud all cutaneous affections, should
go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells, lo
cated thirteen miles from Los An
geles, on the Auabeim railroad.
This water is, beyond a queatlou,
fine. oolStf .
You can trade off your old clothes
for new ones at No. 8 Aliso street.
Gentlemen, if you wish a
good fit anil good goods, please call
it 88 Main street.
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tbe Pico '
House. Gentleman and la
lies will be waited upon by persons
if their own sex. novUtf
The Ladles' Oyster Rooms, Re
luetia street, near Main, opposite
tbe United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies aud will be
carried on in a strictly respectable
way, so tbat all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
on hand. Joe Bayer.
out 4 tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
tuat received a consignment of
roca lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled ,
M a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot aud cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Re
uuena streets, opposite the IX. S.
Hotol. o9 "
Rooms to Let
At Ponet building Main street,
finely furnished rooms, single or eu
suite, with all the latest improve- '
ments. Gas in every room; hot aud
oold baths. Prices moderate.
Old bats re-made at No. 8 Aliso
Second baud clothing bought aud
sold at No. 8 Aliso street. n7tf i
- .. ...... I I g=g 1
SPRING ANDSUMMER STOCK <
OFL.VDIE AND GENTS*
fitvjh: shoes '
104 MAIN ST. 104
CANTERBURY * HASKELL, j
Huston and East Weymouth. J
W. L. HASKELL 4 CO.. 1
Boston and Lynu. I
R. G. HASKELL & CO., '
Boots Ac Slioeis, i
121 Qansoms St., San Franolseo, Cal, j
trWe sell only goods of our own
i>B-lint' only R. G. H A3KELL A CO.>B
CALF li > its ANI> SHOES. They are
the best on the Paoino Coast U-i -am
HOMESTEAD FOR SALE.
OltEtT ACRIFICE IN IMPROVED f
REAL ESTATE, i
In it most desirable location, vis.: Sixth i
street, second lot from Pearl street; \
beautilul cottage house; four rooms]
hardflnlsbed; cost tlsOO; stable, carriage -
and wood house; 24 ten-year-oIJ orange
trees, full of fruit; trees fine and healthy.
This properly can be bought at figures
that will defy competition. els« of Ist, I
Vxl2of*et. For particulars call ob J. O. 1
DsjTURIC. ICo. 1 Market St. dlgtf 1
•PWusfsaa. tsinst a. Oauai o>,, CkMan ■