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The Herai.h Steam Printing
House makes a specialty of Legal
Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
printed ut low ratea.
Preuss & Schumaober, 21 Spring
street, opposite Court House, have
lust reoeived a large Invoice of
fancy goods imported expressly for
All those intending to purchase
Christmas and Now Voar presents
would do well to give us a call
and examine our immense stock of
colognes, hair oils, perfumes, ivory
toilet set-, combs, brushes, etc.,
and a thousand aud one articles of
utility and beauty, ornaments to
the boudoir and toilet table and
pleasing to the senses.
Cigars and tobacco at wholesale
prices at the Havana, 40 Main
I offer my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at tlio following reduced pri
Bxlo $1 35
»Xl 2 1 60
9x13 1 65
13x12 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 „ 3 00
15x33 3 35
16x40 3 50
Other sizes lv proportion.
2.6x6.6x1 inch $1 00
8.6x6 6xll, moulded 1 IK)
2.8x68x1j " 212
" 2 25
2.10x8.10x1J " 250
3x7xli " 2 75
Every other size In proportion.
Also great reduction In paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
The Capital Wine Rooms, No. 69
Downey Block, kept by Thomas
Scally, deal only iv the very beat
brands of liquors, wines and cigars,
which are served to customers iv
sample room style. Patrons of tlie
Capital are assured of courteous
treatment at the hands of Mr.
Scally, the host. ap2olf
Moore's Restaurant Removed.
William Moore, of great fame as
* Batterer lv our city, has moved his
restaurant to more commodious
lUarters a few doors below the old
• land, ou Commercial street. His
many patrons, who know whore to
dud a good square meal at half the
rates usually charged, will have no
trouble in finding the new loca
tion. Oct. 7-tl
Uo to McKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Ponet block, for tbe finest
domestic and imported liquors and
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines aud li
quors is guaranteed, and MoKen
■ie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit, jiltf
Pipes, cutlery, smokers' articles,
cheaper at the Havaua tlmn In any
H. Msyerstein, 49 Main street,
under the Lafayette Hotel, hasjust
returned from San Francisco, where
he bought a very large and well se
lected stock of clotliing, gents' fur
nishing goads, huts, (mots and
shoes, etc. The most of these goods
were bought at a liquidation sale,
aad Mr. Meyerstein offers these
goods now to the public ut aston
ishingly low prices. Before you
purchase please call at his store,
is Main street, as it will pay you
well to leek at his stock.
Sept. 28th lm.
Tbe Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
tjueiri street, near Main, opposite
tke United States Hotel, are again
epened to the ladies and will be
carried on iv a strictly respectable
way, so tbat all ladies, with or
without sscorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attsntion. Oysters In every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
ob hand. Job Baykk.
est 4 tf
Mr. H. Meyerstein has returned
from a trip to San Francisco.
While in the Golden Gate he in
vested $14,375 00 in a stock or
■ssn's, youth's and boys' clothing,
-.kt.t. he boughl nr tho trout
. luittatbj , sals it. Sac •
>'•; which ha i* an!* to teii "
,U* "<susl pries soi .' geo i'hey
are ail «'u»tc ? jb» . . »••
'wbitb aatt ever beet
re; ut:: t tn, ' .. ■ •
BATURDaVY ~ JANT 6, 1878,
Herald Steam Printing House.
The laoUUIM or the Hrrald Storm
Printing llouso for doing job work are not
-turpasveil iv California outside ot Kan
Krancisco and Macrftnignto. AM work en*
trusted to Ita wll! be executed with neut-
Dciii and dispatch at tlie lowest livlog
Hereafter DotfOM of compauieK, liMlf**
ties, churches, etc, will only be Intserted
In the IlKKAi.uas paid ndverlteenier:is.
We reserve, for Place* of Worship, a grat
ia directory, which will appear every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U, S. ARMY.
Divlilonof Telegrams und Report, for
tbe benefitof Commerce a.Td AHrleulture.
Report of otjKervfiUons taken aL I ,os Ad
galei, Cal., January 4, IS7B
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Msximom Therruornetor, fi.t
Mlnlnuim " 08
J. M. FasHTZ, Observer.
The Board of Supervisors meet
Judge McN'eily come up from
San Diego yesterday.
The iron front of ihe Baker hlock
is being put In place.
Mr. S A. Tuttle lias gouo to re
side at Wilmington for a month or
Tlie new time tolieduU of the
Southern Pacific It ii I road appears
under the proper head iv this inoi n
iug's Hi:u.w.i 1.
Olive Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
at lis last meeting, donated SlO In
the Free D speusary. Can't other
lodges do likewise?
The Bernard Bros, yesterday
shipped live car loads of wines and
brandies to New York via Pan
A solitary drunk was up before
Judge Peel yesterday, ami, having
no filthy lucre wherewith to satisfy
the law's demand, was sentenced 10
the chain gurig.
Col, Wm d, tlio originator of
Wood's Opera Hnuie, DBS leased
his old quarters and will arrive
herewith a full troupe of (listclass
artists in about a montli.
We have received tho current
number of that sterling work, tile
North American Review. It is
brimful of ai tides interesting lo lhe
instructed man and the man of
Mr. H, M. Johnston baa agreed
to d uiate a couple of loi a for a
SebOOihoUSS in Esst Los Angeles,
conditioned tbat tbs Boar I of Kdu
catiou shall put up a suitable
school building on then).
A special meeting- of Orange
Lodge, No. 22 J, I. O. B. B. is called
for to-morrow evening at 7 o'clock.
A full attendance or mem ben is
requested as busi nest of importance
will lie transacted,
Tlio follnwlDg are tlie ollieeiß ot
Lot Angeles Lodge, No. 33,1. O. O.
)'\, installed lust Wednesday even
ing by I). D. O' M. Horace Bur
dick, assisted by P. G. H. Wurten
barg, 0. Meyer. —Weston: L. Loci),
N. G.; B. Marxsen, V. O.J A.
Frank, H. S ; Jos. Liventhul, T.
Dr. F. H. Thomas leaves to-day
fora month's visit to the oil re
gions of Ventura County. The
Doctor will spend most of his time
in I lie Hespe District and bus prom
ised to give the readers of t lie H KH
ALI) tbe benefit of what lis may
learn iv regard to the nil outlook of
Wo bad tlio pleasure of meetiug
our old friend Mr. C. M. Lawrence,
of the Cajon Pass, In the city yes
terday. He informs us tbat travel
to i lie Resting Springs, Old, Ivn.il
psu and other mining districts in
that section has been quite brisk
1..-1..,* 0,., „,.,tt, 0 ..» «».»...•,.., 0...1 11. ~ ,
ii ook '"t- profltubi -ni ling
H ilufook, P. 1 ;f. A. iitinam
t'u, teacher of short-hand
irt¥ ftRVf iuffj ''*-" v '. i: '' '.
And now Hie Express pitches in
and growls because the I'aclllc
Coast .Steamship Company Is wil
ling to carry our freight for noth
ing. We confess that we are in a
different mood. Wo are quite wil
ling to thank the pleasant fellows
who control that popular Steam
ship Company, from the urbane
local agent, McLellan, up to tlie
easy-going chief iv San Francisco,
for tliis concession, and wo hope
that they may long stay of the
same mind. In fact, we won't
grumble even If they pay in
for having our freight carried. We
are ready lo accept any little gift
by the way as we journey through
life. The Express thinks that the
tendency ot Cuts movement will be
to Irei-ze Mr. MoFadden and his
sleamer Newport out. It regards
Mr. McFadden as v sott of tins
tavus Adolplms of opposilinu to
monopolies. Tilsit gentleman's
noble brow is supposed to be eu
oiroleil by a hoi t of halo of disinter
estedness. Now we have a pro
found respect for Mr. MuFaddeu;
and, if Hint gentleman Would enter
llltoa good und iUffloleßt bond not
to sell out for v period of, ►ay,
three years, even if a greedy o'ir
poratlou came along und offered
Dim his price (we want to be un
derstood us not insinuating that
that is Mr. MoFaddeti'a lay) we
shall begin to feel some of Ihe Ex
press's tender solicitude for him
and bis little steamer. Till then
we are ready to welcome any con
cession we can get from any
quarter, and we heartily hope that
it will include cheap fares.
It is a fact not generally utl lel
stnod, but it is none the loss a fact,
that a Bu-siati bath Is never so de
lighful, or beneficial In its effects,
tn those who aru robust enough to
siand tbe onld shower wh'oli fol
lows it, us during coid weathc'. It
Is a luxury to get thoroughly
warmed up by itin hot steam and
then In be put I hrough a tepid bill Ii
and be gradually brought up to the
temperature of the outer air by a
liberal douse of cold water. Toe
react 0:1 quickly sets in and you
(eel warm for I lie rest of the day.
Tile Russian baths of Mr Robert
Hughes, S'gnoret's block, oppnsit*
the Pic> House, ure being freely
patronized by those who lm iw
what v genuine luxury they ere
A female ulteiidaut waits upon
Mrs. Jarley last night expressed,
in a humorous way, her indigna
tion at being described by the
Herald «s "« Mist Smith, of
Santa Barbara " If we were per
tnitlid lo refer to her by tbe name
she bore before becoming memor
able as Ihe relict of the late Mr.
Jarley (of happy memory} we
should never again be guilty of al
luding to her as " a Miss Smith."
Sue will live in nur memory us </te
Miss Smith who threw a world of
fun, sprightliues- and wisdom into
an unique and difficult role. We
hope We have made the amende.
Tlio attention of our readers is
directed to tlio curd of Dr. L. B
Joseph, I'liysici.iu und Burgeon,
which appears in our New To-Day.
Dr. Joseph, who lias c>me here to
settle, is n graduate of one of tlio
tiest Eisteru colleges ami has bad
a large general and hospital prac
tice in New York city.
By advertisement elsewhere, it
will bo seen that the office of Mr.
W. H. Tulhlll, agent for the Sing
er Sewing Machine, will be re
moved 10 No. 127 Sptingstreet, on
Monday next, where in addition to
keeping a full stock of machines,
needles, i to,, he will repair ma
chines of any make.
There appears to be a lively ri
valry In building operations be
tween the liasteru and Western
portions of l.os Angeles proper.
"Westward Ihe Star of business
takes its way" Is the sty le i n which
those who put tin the Odd fellows,
McDonald und Gordons blocks par
ody tbe sentiment of Berkeley.
The Irrigation Question.
From tlie annexed special <-lis
patoh to the HIBALT), it will be
seen that a Special Committee bus
been appointed by tlio Legislature
to inquire into tlie question of irri
gation and that it will visit Los
Angeles for tbat purpose on Thurs
day, J titulary 19th hist:
Sackamento, January 4lh.
EutTitK HEKAI.t): The Senate
Committee oil If ligation met to
day at 3 o'clock and urKuuized.
Johu P. Coigrave was appmui«4
igruphic reporter aim P. Bird
aut-at-arms. The Committee
neet in the following uamed
; at 9 o'clock In the morning
! days mentioned: Modesto,
>y, January Httlj Merced,
lay, January 15th; Fresno
Wednesday, Juunary 16th,
iv, January I Tin, Bakersliehl,
y, Junuiry 18th; Los Angelee,
day, January 19th; San Bei
iio, Monday, January Mcl;
da, Thursday, January HMt;
svllle, Saturday, January
San Fiauoiscn, January rJStli.
Business at Wilmington Wharf.
are Indebted toCounty Clark
1 for tliu FolioWi UK statement
light! received at and ihippvd
i the Wilmington wharf fur
deven months eliding DeceW
!lst, 1877. The figures were
tshe I by J. C. Btubbi, General
dbt Agent of the 8. I". R. R.,
lie usu ■ f the Moitid of Super*
■ iber, feet 11,'2911,00(1
ti kt.KM unit
I'Klee 4,31! 00U
li obaudt**! tons ts,74u
f out freight there were 3,124
An Exceedingly Olaver Amatsor Effort — A
Tnorongh Commodienne—A Pecuniary Bnc
We think we should fail in our
duty were we not to notice several
features of the season of Mrs. Jar
ley's Wax Works, the second per
formauce of which was given at
Turnverelll Hall last night, ton
entering the limited facilities at
his command, Mr. M. S. Severance,
to whose tireless energy much ol
the success of tho project was due,
achieved wonders. A great deal ol
good nature and public spirit were
discovered iv unexpected quarters,
lirave men and beautiful women,
who, ordinarily, would be very
much averse lo a public exhibition,
consented to he cast in the pro
gramme, und this fact lent great
interest to both entertainments.
Miss rim I til, of Santa Barbara,
who personated Mri, Jarley, is v
young lady of astonishing wit anil
Versatility. Harry Beeket himself
could not have shown A h>uiseif
more apt with local "gags" then
this young lady approved herscif
to ho. Her witticisms, aud her
ventures iv the Hue of Mesdames
Malaprop und Partington, Were
simply luscious. Hilling both eve
nings MUs Smith showed bersell
to be a woman of "Infinite jest,"
vivacity and tact.
Auoiher very line episode of Mis.
Jarley's show should be noted.
The Messrs. Dobinsou and Kae
as English flunkies developed
themselves us comedians of a no
nit-ail order. Their costumes were
" scrumptious," and Doblus.'ll,
purtluUittl'ly, is a huge success lv
the Hue of broad faros.
Take tneui fur all in all, the wux
" fingers" were s 'tteu up in superb
style, and many of the ladies and
gentlemen who consented to enact
the role of elllgy posed to perfec
tion. Tlie " Bulling Victim," Ihe
''Sleepulg Beauty," "Beatrice
Ceuci," " lleriuione," and many
others, were very felicitous indeed.
The make-up und contortions of
appreciation, and were in tlie high
est style of the art lioiiilic und lu
Last uig.lit, owing to the severe
edds from which tho singers suf
fered, tha musical putt of tho pro
gramme, Willi the exception of v
solo, 'Tender and True," rendered
with Inimitable sweetness and
pathos by Mrs. Caswell, was omit
ted. In its stead tlio sextette were
Introduced as wax "Aggers." In
announcing tho change, Mrs. Jar
lep got off some very happy hits at
the expetise of a morning and eve
ning newspaper and some local
gags that weie received With roar
of laughter. The Illustrious lady
also took occasion to comment
good huiuoredly but truthfully on
tlio coldness of an ordinary Los
Angeles audience. This was taken
good uaturedly by tho house,
the brilliancy of the wit with
which it sparkled relieving the
lecture of much of Its sting, and
for tlio rest of the entertainment a
proper degree of appreciation was
exhibited. The programme, with
the exception* above noted, whs
carried out with an eclat only
equalled by that of the night bi
The Jai ley season has been one
of lhe most brilliant and success
ful we have ever seen in Los An
geles and we only hope tbat Mrs.
Jarley may bo induced to give uu
othsrentertalomontfor the beuelit
of some one of the fourteen chari
table oljects to which her atten
tion has been called.
Rich Mine Near Yuma.
The Moreno Milling Company
give ■ fair example of what is yet
lo be done with mines in Yuma
county, which have for years been
passed by, probably because they
were too accessible and not invest
ed with tbe fascination of danger
from "hostile ludtaus, This com
pany was Incorporated Octoberßih,
1877, having for directors W. B
Ready, Ol Sacramento, I), hinder
man, of Alameda, 11. Roaeiikiaus
and R. B. Saffbld, of San Francis
co, and D S. Luslc, of Sacramento,
now Muuermtaudent. They went
to work on a mine <>v«r which
passes tho stage road to Prescoti
and which few experts have seen
flt to examine; it was too near
home and 100 safe. i'ho surface
•hows76different veins of mine al,
Otrrying gold, sliver aud lead, all
pitching towuid the center vein,
i'hey run over a litt o bill some
eiglny feet high and crop for the eU"
lire 111-gib of the claim, 1600 feet.
A ConlraOt was let for sinking a
shaft KM) feet deep. At fifty feel
they already have two feet of oie
assaying from hundreds to thou
samls. Several of the smaller
veins ale coming in und the mine
bears every iudicatlou of produc
ing one of the richest ore bodies
yet reported lv Arizona. None of
the men connected with the
Moreno company are known as
mining shark* or stock thieves. So
fur everything Kcems to indiciite
ibat the properly will be worked
honestly und for the best interest
of stockholders. The mine itself Is
most advantageously situated, on
the maiu traveled loud, about 40
miles from the Colorado river hi
Bhrenberg. Wo noted lust week
Mm- of M>> l-.1-.--t:- 3 | II
IN THE MESHES.
A Linguistic Sw adder In the Toils — Novol
kind of Larceny—His Arrsit in Sacra
On lhe 28th or 29.h of Deoember
a man who has been for sometime
past known about Los Angeles
under the names of A. Nowy,
alias Kdgar, alias Roman, went to
Mr. E. Germain and requested the
loan of his spring wagon. He de
sired, he said, to go to Pasadena.
He obtained Mr. Germain's wagon,
hitched bis own horse to it but, in
stead of hieing him to Pasadena,
he hauled the vehicle to the
Southern Pacific depot and shipped
it to Sacramento. He next applied
to Mr. Uuillory and borrowed his
wugon, shipping it also to Sacra
mento. Both wagons were en
mute to Sacramento on lhe3utl>
ult. Nowy next proceeded to vi.ike
himself scarce. It Is supposed that
lie Ingratiated himself with these
gentlemen, and others who trusted
linn, by hl» linguistic uttalumeiitt,
lie speaking English, Fiouch, Ger
man and Russian fluently.
Chief of Polios Harris at once
applied himself to working up the
case. He ascertained the fact of
the shipment of lhe wagons to
Sacramento by Nowy, and at once
telegraphed to Chief of Police Ste
vens, Of that place, to be on the
lookout for Ihe swindler. Day be
fore yesterday iiairis received a
telegram IroiU Chi'-f S evens in
forming him that the wagons had
an I veil and .would ha held s ibject
to Los Angeles order. Last night v
second dispatoii arrived Informing
Mr. Harris that Nowy was in cus
tn ly and would he sent on. He
will thus shortly have an opportu
nity of using his polyglot tongue
hers in explaining his crooked ao
The Los Angeles Workingmen.
Al Hie reqne-t of tlio Workiug
men's Club No. 1, of Los Angeles,
w cheerfully give place to tho fol
I'o the Peop'e of Los Angeles City
and County, the Workingmen's
Club No 1, uf Los Angeles, res
peat fully submit the following
Pirnm —That hundreds of our own
people, while and colored citizens
<>f this country,mule and female,ate
suffering for I lie need of labor, to
earn an honest livelihood; some
front necessity becoming trumps,
and others from the lame cuuse,
consigned to our jails; und all tils
as a consequence of the substitution
of the labor of the Chinaman (who
is Invariably a non settler) and
tak. s all that is paid to him, and
sends it out of the country, and out
of our droulatlon forever.
.Second —If this Chinese popula
tion hud been rep'aceil from the
beginning by citizen workmen, our
poptila l ion might nave beet) to day
two million! Instead of half a mil
lion; thereby developing the un
equaled resources of our Slate, in
■•reusing its trade tn every depart
moot beyond oil computation, and
adding to lhe individual wealth und
welfare of our citizens.
In view of lhe above brief and un
deniable Statements, we respect
fully but earnestly request our citi
zens tn substitute as soon as possi
ble American oitisen labor, in
every department, instead of Chi
nese labor; thus showing then)'
selves to be the friends of the work-
Ingrnen, on whom their own trade
and welfare depend.
Wo know, tlio«o who have al
ready done this, and Will know anil
patronise them as our friends, and
we trust, that all persons of good
sense, and li.ivi< gut heart the wel
fare of our people) and the material
advancement of our country nt
lurge, will give us no cause of com
plaint, In refuting to comply with
this reasonable und humane re
In this way, v,e, Iho working
men of Los Angeles, hope to settle
this exciting and all important La
bor Question; a mode that will, or
may ho peaceable, honorable und
rational, and worthy of tlio capital
ist and the working man of our
free und progressive country.
Do this, men and women of our
beautiful city and county, and you
shall never regret your generosity
and juslice to your brothers and tit
teis, the working men ami women
of America !
By unanimous vote of said Club
you are requested lo publish the
above, ns being friendly to the
Jksse 11, Butler,
Los Angeles, Jan. 3d, 1878.
In this enlightened age and land, tlnd
acceptance on y with tue prejudiced and
Ignorant. It is Impossible, tor Instance,
to persuade any largt* proportion o! a
people who haw imbibed th-nr ideas of
lonic lv comiauii t>ciio<tls and free acad -
nii>«, th if U i*i expedient lo cram ineJr
sysiems wli h mercur.-, rasp their bowels
with oolyotntb ami Jalap, or si uptty th*f
brum* wi h opiate-. wiu*u a pur -, eitect
ive, Mkfe ( botanic cord la] like HostoiterV
-a much KiLier.-*, which relievos ivrty
duoruer lur wuioh th* poi-onous dm*»
nave uaaQ in retufu c preacilbedi i« Wilo*
in tne reach wievery one. tjfd faihtona*
bin luiiiu iki mo rapidly giving ground
oeioie the ndvoi o ol tlii- cocqueriii>
tpeoitlc, and oia f,i.shlorn*d ideas lv r< -
gftldt* depletion a- n means of cur>-,
nave boo.i quite exploded by (be succi
ot the great roimvaitt, which tones th>
systein, tranquliiz'.*t tho nerve*, itiduo-s
wound repose, neutral lei malaria, depu
rate! and tmriobes the blood, routes ihe
liver wlien dormant, and promotes a
regular habit of body.
The Russian Electric Butof Ft.
Huaheeami Wife are located ut No,
15 Main street, opposite the I'ico
House. Gentleman and la
rJlel will be waited upon by persons
of their own sex. uovHlf
T have received, from auction, a
splendid line of Men's ant] boys'
boott and slmes, which I offer at a
very reduced price All Roodi ure
guaranteed. H. Meykkstein,
Bept. 48 Main slreet.
KKOM JUUSON, Gir.l.KTriC* DIBBON'MTHA.N
SCRIPT OP KKCORUS, JAK. 1 IS7B.
James M Trust, r to Wm Truiler—Lot
11, blk 171 Santa Monica; 11600.
Haunati J Treat and Wotister Treat, iter
btSsbaad, aa<l John F (Jadrrey to Mary B
t a well— 2.8; I acres in lot 4, block 2, Han
cork's survey; tl.
Francis B-i*ei aod Hannah X Baker et
ux to .las II bell — I.en 45x100 11 or. ,\ side
biWbtll st, near Olive; 83* J.
Jas Parrncleeto Z 1, farnselee—Lot 8,
b.k—, Mot tract, and lots 5 and 8, blk 20,
X l, A. 897 i.
Mary n Kichardson to Jas A Fisher—
20.23 acros In rase UO La Cleneg*; t378 75.
rrudenl ll.auilry to Jos- 1 Achealble—
Lot 2, blk 10, Park tract ; 8800
Lake vineyard Laud and Water Asso
clHtioo to Mis* C M bishop—Lo' 1, raugo
12, and lot 1, runge 11, luuds of .said Asso
ciation. 8 39 acre*; $63.1.
k \4 Penuoyer t,, tieurge E Long—Lot 7,
blk 10, Beilevue Terrace tracl; tiuoO.
isaruli kl Tansev. executrix, lo 11 F
C Hi Iter— Lots 4 ami S, bit 11, Mott tract;
MAN FItANCMCO .STOCK AND KX
»ah Frahoisco, Jan. 4.
Con Vs MU Cr Point
(loaldAC... tl', B-lcher. Sk
Justice 0 , Utah WJ4
Mexican io!, Leeds OIW
Oplil .. _..,»'. Manhattan U
Kur.-kaCon 37', llulllon %%
Alpha IMS Caledonia «
Hi B IS?.;'savage lljf,
C N.NOR—lu this cliy, Jas, 3d, to the
wife of t'. U. Connor, as in.
I keep a full line of Domestic
Dry Goods, which I oiler for less
than any other bouse.
Bept. 28-lni 49 Maiu street.
Atkinson's While Rose and
Btepbanetis, and Lubin's Jockey
( nib and Violet, at Heiuzemau's.
Go to Desmond's. Temple Block,
if you want to be suited iv a hat,
cap or other bead-gear.
Try tlie Havana bit cigars and
you will be satisfied.
Go to Heinzeman's for Price's
Sweet Elysium, for toilet waters
and for all kinds ef toilet articles,
Including Price's toil-i, sets.
Genuine Joule's ale at McKen
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hull, has
just received a consignment ef
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
perb article aud cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and R>
queue streets, opposite (tie U. 8.
Desmond, iv Temple block, oppo
site lhe United States Hotel, is
noted for tbe style and perfection
of his bats. Give him a call and
rejoice in a perfect head adorn
A Nick, large, sunny suit of
rooms, witil*bo w-wiudow,first-class
board. Terms reasonable. Kimball
Mansion, Now High street. dl6wl
The delay iv the arrival of the
Holiday goods of Dotter <fc Brad
ley on account of snow on the Un
ion Pacific, has inconvenienced
many of their patrons who were
waiting forarticles; but the goods
arrived yasterday and the pri
ces we judge are low enough to
make full amends for '.lie delay.
They oiler many things which are
not only elegant and ornamental,
but thoroughly useful, aud there
fore tlio truest economy for Holi
day gifts, and at pricos so popular
that you can hardly see them with
Heinzetnan has a superb collec
tion of Tetlow's assorted extracts
In fancy boxes, Price's Floral
Riches, Cologne, Lubin's, Piouud's,
Tetlow's and Pstzoni's Toilet pow
The best piece of lan 1 In I nil lan a Col
ony (PasttUeUii,) cnu turning
One half improve I, Will srl 1 one- ourth,
one-half, or the whole.
For Terms enquire of
I. N. MUNDELL,
On tho premises, Thayer * Graham, No.
29 Spring street, or A. Eldred, corner of
PittD and Charity streeLs, Los Angeles.
Barley! Barley !
Superior Seed Rakdeyuucl Chev
Ramplei can unseen at Noyes's Auction
siiTre, So. 1 Market street. For sale from
Granary ol IVAIt A. WEID, Ua'.uenKa
road, four miles frouawcr'nf 1..»s Sn«e
NOTICE TO JPHWCIXHS.
VUDY 3PEAHING FIVIC OtFFEUEST
. -. i • . • b an able put>H j |e> tiirer,
whhes |o go in pirtnershlp with mi Amer
ican ftiyst' ian. inquiry can be mad* of
t c ttrw. G. H. Bolliugor, coraer of ttocond
and olive streets. \i St
NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE,
WDIKRE CAN BE OBTAIXkD
CANDYTOYS for CHRISTMAS
And a tine afurtmsnt of CANDIES
atways on hand.
The be«t COUOIi SY hUf* yet Intro
duced to tbe people of ihis victaity,
nado by the sunsenher, onu also be ob
t'siiifd. ua. N». 51 HIMUNU HT., next
loor -nuth of N-w i >de] Fellows' Hall and
FtM oiTlc.», Loi Angeles, Cal.
d2O-liu MU3. FRYE.
Agricultural Implement '.Depot
.... AT ....
WATKINB & SCOTT'S ALAMEDA FODNDRi
FIRST-CLASS COTTAGES AND
On •ccount of departure for Europe,l will
sell at Publlo Auction,
Tuesday, January Bth, 1878,
At 10 o'Clook,
Tbe well-known property on Olive street
corner of St b. near tbe new School House.
Within two blocks of ihe two Horse Rail
roads, consisting as follows:
Five Room Cottages,
With marltble macules, aud gardens
tastefully erubsl llsha 1 with trees m.<t
With painted picket fances.
One extra valuable
Suitable for a Store.
Sale POSITIVE and
T Kit MS—One-Half Cash, Balance
in 1 year, at 12 per cent.
Liberal Discountsforall Cash.
Tsje Property can be seen previous to the
Sale, by calling- at
ROOM 3, OVER COMMERCIAL, BANK.
L. STAR BUCK.
das id E. W. NOTES.Auctioneer
ESSENCE OF LIFE
IH A POWKRFUL AND EFFICIBNT
n:n»dy tor the curs ef nsrvsus ansl
physical debility, spermatorrhea, «sraini.i
.Teakaess aad premature decline.
Tke Essence ef Life
Is tVte only nafe and sure remedy and will
restore exhausted vitality without lsll,
perinaueatly and effectually, uo mallei
from what cuutte er uf haw tonf standing.
Tho Essence of Life
Isplsasantto take, and Is fres from all
naxlaus drugs; It elves tone to the dlgei*-
Live organ., strength to the nerves, aad
purifies and enilenes the blood, thereby
eradicating alt morbid eruptions ol the
Pries, $S per bottle, er four times tha
quantity In ease, tit, with full directions
foi use. Meat to nay address, secure from
vtoservalion, upon receipt of price, which
may bo Kent by express, registered letter,
•r r*ttkiutriue money ardwr, or C. O. It.
within 450 miles of Man FraijCisco.
References of tbs hlk best ■standing aad
unquestionable veracity fro in persons
Uial hays been an 1 td. To he had only al
DR. S KIMI WW'*, 421 KEAttNYST.,
tsaa Franolico. Cal.. where all letters
should bs addressed.
Office haurs from 9 A. H. to ■ p. m. and %
to I p. h. marlB-Bp-lyr
T, W. STACKPOLE,
3J BPRINQ ST., DEALER IN
Jewelry and Silverware,
Has this day rfOSlrecl, direct from the
inaiiufau Hirers, a I arc* and cholcr selec
tlou of lbs above gjods, expressly de
signed for ih w
Bole fluents f >r LastTUl A Morris' cele
brated rivaled a, aataalM and Eys-
Watf.nes,Clocks aud Jewelry repaired
Ht'iim't nnilct and warranted to give
All Kinds of Engraving
Exrcutfd with neatness aud dispatch.
»*~ftlve me a call before purrtha«lug-
For the Holidays!
• A.M MEYER
Having Just returned frem Baa Francla
ne with a magnificent stack of goods, i
■ow prepared la offer tha BEST BAR
GAINS ever ebtalaed la lbla olty, con
CROCKERY, 8 LAM WARS,
OHM AW AH I'LATEh WARE,
BRONZES, 1. iMPS, LAMP FIXTURE*.
And a rull line of sets of every descrip
tion. Alan, a full line of TABLE CUi-
I.KKY f the best Eastern tuaauiac
The Old Pioneer Store,
JU Ne. 7 COMMERCIAL BT.
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
W A NT*— LOST—FOUND.
A situation, by a man who Is a good,
rapid penman, understands driving »nd
taking care of horses, and !• not afraid
t" work and la willing to make Himself
generally Address V. A. 0., Her
ald office. Jt-lw
A canvas milk wagon cover, ellher on
Main or Klrst street, between the New
York Bskery and Wbmlnglon street,
riie Under will be ult bly lewarded by
leaving ll at the Herald ofjl-e. J3 St
On the bills.near Bunker Hill Avenue,
* small white Scotch t.riler dog, about
four months eld. The trader wll 1 be salt
ably rewarded by leaving ihe same at
County Clerk's office dBv-8t
Rooms end Board.
Gentlemen aad their wires and single
<euis can be accommodated vita, board
aad large,sunny rooms at tho KIMBALL
MANSION, tsew High street, com naaa
lag a charming view of anonntaln aad
valley. Also, a few table hoarder* taken
at reasonable rates. lelttl
FPU SALE —FPU RENT.
FURNITURE AND LRABE OF A
Enough rooma let to pax rent. Loca
tion best In the city. Address A. »., Her
ald office. d£o tw
A TENEMENT H"U-<E OP FIVR
RO IMS, HARD FINISHED,
on me Damlich tract, Han Pedro street.
Kent, Slit ncr month Apply to
J. MTRELITZ, No. 12 Temple Block.
It te $1000 to Lm,
AT TUB STAR LOAN AN D BKOKKR
Removed to No. t COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals tl to tltOß,
on all kinds ~f personal pr perty, aush
ss watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, eto. Gold, silver and U. 8. Car en
••v bought and sold. alllf
NICE, LARGE. 81'NNY, BOW-WIN
DOW ROOMw, WITH BOARD.
For an In tail.l. as drier altaatloa in
Los Angeles. Address P. O. box 1497.
TWO FURNISHSD ROOMS. AT 1T»
Between First and tecond. Apply on
t'm premises or to T. Seal ly, Ist Downer
Block. Ast f
OFFICE ROOMS TO LET
IN CARDONA BLOCK.
New aad wall Ilghud treat rooms, ale
tte or en suite. Rea'a low to geel ten
anta. Inquire at Room It. Jell tf
Furnished House For Sale.
A nice r-*aldence with brick cellar and
baih-ioam. All well furnl bed with black
walnut and reps furnl uro, and every
thing for housekeeping. Also, a store
room 2o*4t feet sqvaro, ali enclosed on a
100 feet square, wlih twenty old orange
-r. es, and on the main Uiornughra.ro of
tha city BnquireofG. W. Morgan, N0.4,
l'emple Block, 8p lngstre t. d!5-lf
Furnished Booms Te Let.
Two pleasant furnished front rooms,
with Are grates, with two slngla or dou
ble beds. Also, single rooms, with or
without, kitcbeu. Haifa block from the
Hostemue. Enquire at 84 spring street,
HOU 3 E
Has facilities for doing JOB
WORK not equaled in South
ern California. Power and
Job Presses run by steam se
cure promptness and moder
ate prices. Give this office
a call and secure work at San
Francisco Prices and of a San
Francisco finish and style.
Fine Wines & Liquors.
I [SINE OLD BOURBON AND RYK
I Whiskies direct from louievllle,
tventucky, a sneolalty. Genuine aootoa
.n,l Irish whisky, English and Sootch
ties and porter.
THE SAMPLE ROOM
Is provided with tke purest WINKS,
I.IIIUORB aad IMISIEIID HAVAKA
IUGARO. on. KNffUsM ALE ON
Main street, near Court. Loa Angolas.
Has received a shipment of H. A 11. W.
tOIIHBiiN WHistY from their stents
i E7e.fr 1 ,"! i aunary