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the i oudolr Mid toilet table ' 11
pleasing to tho senses.
Cigars and tob;'< co at whol-s lis
prices at lhe H. »ua, 40 Mai'
street.
Reduced Prices.
I offer my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
ces:
WINDOW BABU.
Bxlo $1 35
oxl2 1 50
9x13 1 66
13x12 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15 x2B 2 75
15x32 3 00
rSx3B 8 35
16x40 3 50
Other sizes In pi upon lon.
DOOM.
2.11x6.6x1 Inch $1 60
8.6x6 6xl}, moulded I 90
2.8x6 Bxli " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1f> " 2 25
" 2 50
Bx7xlJ " 2 75
Every other size iv proportion.
Also great reduction iv paints, oils
aud glass, at No. 28 Los Augeles
street, under the Whit- House.
B. Raphael.
lm sep(27
The Capital Wine Rooms, No. 69
Dowuey Block, kept hy Thomas
Scally, deal only in the very best
brands of liquors, wines aud cigars,
which are served to customers iv
sample rooru stylo. Patrons of the
Uapital are assured of courteous
treatment at the hands of Mr.
Scally, tbe host. ap2otf
Moore's Restaurant Removed.
William Moore, of great fame as
a caterer in our city, has moved bis
restaurant to more commodious
'lUarters a few doors below the old
stand, on Commercial street. His
many patrons, who know where to
And a good square meal at half the
races usually charged, will have no
trouble In lindiug the new loca
tion. Oct. 7-tl
McKenz e's.
lalo to McKenzie's, 129 Maiu
street, Ponet block, for the finest
doi testic aud imported liquors aud
wines, by the bottle o» on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
quors is guaranteed, aud McKen
iie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. J3tf
Pipes, cutlery, smokers' articles,
cheaper at the Havana thau in any
other place.
H. Meyersteiu, 49 Main street,
under the Lafayette Hotel, hasjust
returned from San Francisco, where
be bought a very large and well ae
lected stock of clothing, gents' fur
nishing goods, hats, boots and
shoes, etc. Tho most of these goods
were bought ut a liquidation sale,
and Mr. Meyerstein offers these
goods now to the public at aston
ishingly low prices. Before you
purchase please call at his store,
49 Maiu street, as it will pay you
wsll to look at his stock.
Sspt. 28th-lm.
Nstice.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
t|Uena street, near Main, opposite
tbe United States Hotel, are again
opeued to tbs ladies and will be
eariied ou iv a strictly respectable
way, so tbat all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
aud receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oj-*ers in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
on hand. Job Bayer.
oet 4 tf
Mr. H. Meyerstein has returned
from a trip to Ban Francisco.
While Id the Golden Oats he in
vested $14,375 00 in a stock oi
man's, youth's and boys' clothing,
which lis bought at the greut
liquidation sale in San Fraucisco,
aad which he la able to ssll at hall
the usual price of such goods. They
ars all custom made and the fluest
which have ever been brought to
Ibis market. He is prepared to sell
line Casslrjisre suits for a miracle
ef cheapness. Mr. Meyerstein has
also a fuli ami flue l|ua uf (.cuts'
sod Boys' Furnishing Qnods. Those
who desire to obtain unheard of
bargains should pay Meyerstein a
visit, at No. 49 Main street, under
tbe Lafayette Hotel.
Go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells.
They are a sovsrelgu remedy fur
rheumatiso'.. si ofula. liver auii
St Olterlee • • (Jolted »i*M»
het.ia. 1. n i
j
jANToriss
tn Printing House.
of tbe Herald Steam
jr doing job work aio not
.llforula outside ol Sau
Lorauiento. Al! work en
be executed with neat
ch at the lowest living
A Is NO I'll K.
,<es of companies, socl*
o., will only be inserted
is paid advertisements,
'laces of Worship, a grat
uch will appear every
I uHUitCH CHIMES.
; QjTi'r»T.tr Cathedral. —Main street,
* haU.w Flint. Fin-t Masn at &A. M.; la*L
■ mass, at 10 A. H.; Cutecbism at2«o p. m,:
, .spers at 7 p. h.
OLD Catholic Church. — Opposite
the Plasa. Firs' mast* at 3:90 a. h.: sec*
ono mass at 7A. m. ; Itint mms. »19 a. m ;
Catechism at 3p. v.; vespers at 4p. h.
St. Atha»; aisius Episcopal CnuacH.
— Corner uf Temple and New H*un
streets. Rev. Wm. H. Hill, Reo or. Bar
vloos at 11 ai M. and 7:45 p. m Sunday
fl"** A. m. Seats tree, and all cur*
f iuvll 3d.
Fort st. M. E. Church. — Rev. George
S.Hlcki-y, Pastor, Preacblng at II a. M-.
an d 7p. it. sabbath Beho<d at TH p*m
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity M. E. Church south.—Spring
str»-e>, between First upd Second. Key.
Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbath at II A. M. nnd 7 p. m. Sun
day School '■':■*) a.m. PrHyer meeting 7U6,
every Wednesday evening.
Baptist Church. —German Churr-h.—
Rpnng siret-t. K*-v. WlnfiHd BOOti, Cas
tor. Services at 11 a. m. every sabbtuh.
Evening service at I\\ ..V'ick. Sunday
School directly aft-st morning service-
Heats free, and the public are oordiallv in.
vlted.
Presbyterian Church.—Services at
Good lemplais' Hall. *-v»-iy >unday at II
a. H. and ~-., p. v. Sunday school imint
dlaletyafter nr nun- se<v<<-e
First Congregational Church. —
New High Mreet H* v. I). T Packard,
Pastor. Serv res at II a m. and 7P. M.
Mund iy School at liy r All are oordlally
Invited.
Vkitarian «ERViCKe — Rev. John Ti.
Wells, Mit i-t*r. st-rvit-PS every Sunday
al ornoon at In 'clock. In H*ptt«l Obumn
HpHnil wiieoi, nf-ar Fifih. Sunday Robot 1 j
at 2 p.m. Moats free. All are cordially I
Invited
CHUKCH OF CHRHT — Prrarhlng In the
Court House by tbePa-b r. J hoOHay, I
at II a. m i*nd7 P. m tsunday School at i
10 -. M.
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL BEKVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams un I Reports for
thn benefit of Commerce and Agriculture,
Rpport ofob-ervntiotiß taken at Los An
geles, Cal., January 5, I DTI
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£ i * O
I I 3 • * £
9 I 2 1 s° s 3
s I I j js I I
«o a * I > W
. . ho
4:80 «.s. .899 6/1 111 N 11 Ol'dv
l:(0r m S9U2 65 2<l jS =i C' y
8:15 P. M rp.si 54 rj N 6 ile.ir
Maximum Tin-rmotuet.r, 67.
Mtulmum 41 4S
J. If. Framtx, Observer.
LOCAL BREVITIES
The city schools re-open to
morrow.
Tho steamer Senator is due this
morning.
Judge McNealy returns to San
Di»go per steamer Senator to-day.
Col. R. 8. Baker left for San
Francisco yesterday, to be absent
some duys.
Mr. Frank Leeouvreur and wife
have relumed from their European
trip.
Yesterday witnessed, for the pres
ent, the end of lhe cold spell. All
tha Indications point to its hcing
succeeded by ruins.
Judge DeueoOg of Sacramento, Is
expected toarrlvs to day. He will
occupy tho bench of the District
Court during tha absence of Judge
Sepulveda.
'The following are the cases set
for trial in the District Court to
morrow (Afoadnyii Con lon vs.
Qunnby; Allen vs. Tiffauy; Clark
vs. Keller.
Dr. Luppo Is not proviug a very
brilliant success as chief of lhe P.
C. A. police, as he allowed himself
to be bulldozed out of a prisoner
the other day by a disciple of
Blackstoue.
Rev. I. M. Cunningham returned
from San Francisco yesterday and
will preach for the Presbyterians
10-day at 11 o'clock and iv tbe
evening ut 7:30, and also regulaily
hereafter until further notice.
Mr. Ah siuiiler Weill, senior
pariuerof the well known house of
Lazard Freres, San Francisco is
visiting Los Angeles. He Is Iho
guest of bis cousin, Mr. Eugene
Meyer.
Tlio proposed mutation sale of lots
In East Santa Ana will offer, In
our •pinion, tha very best oppoiiu
nliy for investment we know of in
th? Southern portion of Los Ange
les couuty.
in search of home place*
uget the auuliou of
's elegant oottagei on
corner uf Eiglitb,
place at 10 o'clock A.
y, the Bth Inst, These
ualed in tile ulnst el -
be city ami are acuea
iues of street ears.
ttention to tlio ailver
[eeSTs. Buruell & (Jle
jape gardeners, which
where in this uioni
a. TbeSe geutleinsn
masters of their busi-
II give satisfaction to
employ then.
•p, of tlie Episcopal
officiate at tha church
in Gabriel to-.lay and
•st, January 13th,wili
io rile of confirmation
anaslus Cliuron iv this
tern Pacific Railroad
irnlug paid $23,202 42
iiuidred and sixty five
i I road and telegraph
through the northern
smutty. Tbe prorata
stock was valued at
Improvcm all
k'fi.u 0; personi erty
lie a ueut r our
nces, ever h it
•in the m its.—
y>u>», Jan. jf
Only tht white and aparkllnii
teeth of Mrs. Jarley, In her stage
maka-up, Indicate that that lady
might be young and beautiful. As
B matter of fact she Is both, which
gauges tbe measure of her self-sac
riflce iv submitting to the conven
tional stugedemands by transform
Ing herself Into a widow of the sere
and yellow period. Mrs. Jarley'-
Wax Wurks will be repeated next
Tuesday night, and Mis. Jarley
will, doubtless, by thai time, have
developed n brilliancy iv her local
"gags" which will lie positively
pyroteeht io in Its eflVcis. As it
was, many of her brilliancies
ricocheted harmlessly over many
persons who, alarl failed to " take
them iv." Mrs. Jarley is a good
deal of a modern Rosalind, ami We
won 111 lay a heavy wager that she
wou d "make-np" the youth nf the
forest of Ardennes better than Mrs.
Scott tjiddous.
The stockholders of the Agricul
tural Paik Association held a
meeting, yesterday afternoon, al
the office of tho Messrs. Ferguson
<Sc Rose. The Messrs. Ferguson, L.
J. Rose, Wallace Wood worth, W.
Workman, O. \V. Chillis, Titus
and S. H. Mott were Sleoied Direc
tors. A slalemeiit of lhe geueral
business transacted dining the past
year was piesenleil, but its consid
eration was postponed until a sub
sequent meeting, lo be held on
January 12lb lust., at 1 o'clock P,
ll*t at I lie same place. Ala meet
ing of tlie Directors, Dr. John 8.
Griltlii was elected President of
the Society, and .Mr. Geo. O. Tif
fany, Senior,was elected Secretary,
for ihe stialllUg year.
Mrs. Jarley is so much pleased
with our city, aud its blgll-toiiad
inhabitants, that she is going to
give us one more of bef wondeiful
exhibitions next Tuesday evening.
Notwiihstandlllg all her previous
success, in various parts of the
worul, ails feel-lhat he'e, hi Los
A> geles, she is appro.icldog the
liliuauls of her lame. She says
lliai She cain.oi leave us williuul
attempting to allow tier full njipre-
Clallon ot oUl'cold al ri Cepl 100 of
tieriffuris. rthe will piesent her
emir- three chambers oil the smut
evening, at 50 cents admission lo
all carts ol ihe house. A ntHllUet ol
new figures will be displayed.
The first numb<-r ol the San
Gabriel Valley News, edited by
Mis. .Nettie Saliford, lies ou our
table. Il is a blight aud attractive
looking sheet, devoted lo the 111"
leiisisof the exquisite section in
wlmcli it Is published, and it is
every way Wol tuy of the pairouage
of that cultured aud weaitoy com
munity. Typographically, editori
ally and locally it is a creditable
venture, aud we healthy wi-h our
sister Suoford every su< CeS* in the
world. Site deserves it, und, We
think, will achieve it.
Los Augeles, from a weath r
standpoint, has the drop ou tbe
northern uud cuiiirul porilou* of
the Slate, thus far this year, By
a raiu gauge, kept on a level with
the ground, by Dr. Bliss, the rum
fail here has (Well C L>s Indies. iy
the United Slates Sigual ctervlee
Dcpai intent, Whose 'guuge is tiily
fret from ihe ground, the rainfall
has been 5.32 melius, tfitther figure
registers iwicu us much rain as
they have thus far bad in Santa
Clara county.
Iv a local artiolo, iv yesterday
morning's Herald, apropos of the
freight question, we wrote that wo
were ready to accept any lifts by the
way. The compositor got the word
"gifts," which Is not precisely the
meaning we intends!! to convey.
With regard to "gift." we desire to
be uudrislond as occupy lug the po
sition of Horace Greeley with re
spect to unices, viz., we decline
uoue that ar. not otfered to us.
lhe Messrs. Comptou & Binford,
in our "New To-Day," offer for a
few days only from 490 to 800 acres
of desirable valley and mesa laud
al the extremely moderate rates of
from $10 to $10 per acre. Tins Is a
rare opportunity to purchase
either for homes or speoulaiiou,
and one that is not likely to soon
again present itself.
Since Dr. Luppo has joined tbe
P. A. C. Society a novel experience
befell him Ha saw tlie driver of
a lager bter wagon indulging lv
what he regarded as rigor to his
beast, ami started iv to arrest said
driver. In lbs struggle, the bung
came out of a beerhairel and the
yeast compound laud.d in a copi
ous strenm in the Doctor's mouth
and whiskers.
An eligibly located beo ranch,
with dwelling house, out buMdiuvs
and v lot of hives etc., la offered
for sale under New To-D iy in this
inoi ning's Herald. To any one
wishing to engage iv tbe business,
llna is a i are cliauce.
Found Dead on the Beach.
The town of .Stnta Monica,was
•UrtUd about 10 o'clock yesterday
morttiiigr by the new.* that the
bo iy of a (lead man had been
found on the beach about tlire.
tourths of a mile above town. On
examination It pi'oveil to be that nf
an Englishman named Thomas
Booth, an old resilient, who had
not been seen for three days. As
loon as th* news reached here
Coroner Kuril, ar.cinmpauied by
Mr. Decamp, of the firm of Neitike,
Decamp & (Jo., went down to 6ati
ts Monica and held an inquest,
mc Investigation allowed thai
death waa caused by falling over
the blulT,wbicii, al the poiut where
tlie remain; were discovered, is
almost, perpendicular and about 125
feet high. The condition of the
body, every bone but the right arm
having been broken, shows that
deuth must have been instautaue
nus. Hire* dsallis have been
caused by falls from the same
bluft within the past four years. A
verdict of accidental (tenth was
rendered.
The deceased was about 65 years
old aud Went to Santa Monica,
where he owned two bouses and
lots, about two years ago. He
laavss a wife aad family, lo whom
word of Ills death was sent yester
day, ill Kansas. The funeral will
take plaue at .Santa Monica to-day.
Atkinson's While Rose and
Stepuauetls, and Lubin's Jockey
(Jlu*- -«H Violet, at Hsjiuiemau's.
San Gabriel Items.
Oo Wednesday last a man earns
to the hoarding house on the Santa
Anita ranch and applied for work
and was directed to Mr. Fulney,
Superintendent. He then asked
for supper, which was given to
him, the landlady saying lhat she
coultl not refuse a man something
to sat. After he had takeu supper he
was told liy the landlady that if lie
wanted work she would employ him
two or three day, to cut tire wood.
He replied lhat if he could not get
ajohou (he ranch, he would cut
the wootl and then started iv search
of Mr. Falney. It iB supposed that
he did not get the job sought, as he
was buck at the boarding house tbe
next morning cursing the Santa
Anita ranch and everybody on it.
Mr. I .ii. c, one of the foremen, told
him that he had said enough and
to leuve the ranch. That quieted
htm anil Mr. Luce went off to his
work. On reluming to his room
at noon Mr. L,u<e found his vali.-e
open anil a new suit ol clothes and
some new flannel under clothes
gone. Tin-sti anger had also dis
appeared. A search was instituted
and Hbout live o'clock tlie man was
found In the woods lully diessed in
the stolen clothes. He was made
to disrobe and was then turned
loose without even the historical
fig leaf to cover his nakedness, as
he had thrown iiwuy his old gar
ments when he donned (he new.
While Mr Thus. McLaiu was at
the ball at Beiiuell's hotel, .-savan
na, on New Vein's uiirhl, his span
of hoisea attuched lo a nice
broke loose aud dasiied through the
Monte. The next morning llie>
were found alioui three miles from
the starting place, the buggy
stiisshed to am.thereeus.
The Artesian Well Act.
We below present th* text of lhe
bl 1 inifoduoed by Mr. Metjoiu i ,
December 20.11, 1877, Io
toe UN of artesian Weill ami to
pit Vent the waste of subterranean
wut. re in tins State!
WeOlioil 1 Any artesian well
wlilcli ill nut Capped, or furuislled
witli suoh mechanical uppllaUCd
as will readily uu l effectively ar
rest and prevent tile il >w of water
from such well, H hereby duulared
In We a pnOlio nuisance. The own
er, teii.iul, or occupuut of lhe'iaud
upon wl nb sui li well la eitliated
who cause-, permits, or-utfei'ssuch
puolio nuisance, or suhVis or per
mits it io rentalu or continue, is
guil y ol a misdemeanor.
oec. 2. Any prison owning, pos
aesaiug, or occupying any laud
upou wlilcli Is situated an urtesiau
well Wlio causes, sutlers, or penults
tbe Water lo uuueceas.irliy II iw
from sucti well, or lo go to waale,
is yon iy of v misdemeau r.
Sec. 3. Aii arteMiuu well la de
fined, <or the purposes of Huh Aui,
to beany aitiriciat well tlie waLers
of V* Il lull will flow over tlie natural
eurluce vi toe ground udj.tueiit to
audi weil, at uuy muun of tlie
year,
See. 4. Waste Is defined, for the
purposes of Una Act, to be theuaus
tog, suUVriug, or permitting tlie
Waters flowing frum such well,
wbetlier naturally or urlifloiilly
raised 10 the surface, to run into
any river, creek, or oilier natural
water ewur-o or channel, or lv o
any b iy, lake or pond, or Into any
aireet, road, lngbwity, or sewer, or
upon tlie land of any person
other than that of toe owi.er
of such well, or upou laoue
of the Uuiteo tiiut.s or of the
State of California, unless it be
u»e'l thereon for the purposes ami
In the maimer that It umy be law
fully uaui upon tbe land of the
owner of such well; provided, that
this seutiun .-hull imt nu so con
sirtlud ue to prevent the use of such
waters for tlie proper irrigation uf
trees standing along or upou any
street, road, or highway.
HWO.6, Any person violating any
of the provisions of this act nci'y be
proceeded against for a lulade
uieauor ill any Justice's Court of
the couniy iv which sucli well is
located, and shall, upon convic
tion, be ilued for eaoh offeuae not
leas than len or more than fifty
dollars. There shall also, upou con
viction bad, in addition to such
One, be taxed agaiuet such party
the cost of prosecution, tiuuh line
and costs may be enforced by im
prison ment, as in other criminal
cases, and tlie Justice may also
issue an execution upon the judg
ment therein rendered, and the
same may be enforced aud collected
us inoivii cases.
Bi-.c 8. It shall be tlie duty of
tbe Hupervisors to examine the
wells wilbiu their re-pectivo dis
tricts, mid lor tbat purpose may at
all proper times cuter upon tbe
premises where such well is situ
ated; and it shall be his duty to lu
slituit', or cau-e lo be instituted,
criminal action for all violations ot
tlie provisi vis of this set, or for all
Dublin off-uses deliued In this act,
Oomm il ted wubm such district.
Bkc. 7. An Act entitled "an Act
to regulate the use of artesian
Wells and to prevent the waste of
subterranean wuters in slants
Clara and Los Augeles counties,"
approved March eigiiteentn,
eighteen hundred and seveiity-six
and ail otuer acts aud parts uf act
in conflict witn tile provisions ol
lids act are hereby repealed.
r>KC. 8. fills act shall take eff'Ci
aud be iv force ou and after the
tlr-tday of July, A. D., eighteen
huudred and seventy-eight.
Antique Errors
In this eoll{hieued hge und land, find
ttvep aucuoniy wUh tne preju lletd aad
lii.oru.nt. it is luipotslule, .or lusLauoe,
to per*u>idft auv large proportion © a
~(■>.,mm who have iiubtbtid lb of Ideas ol
i. ~10 lv cumin.>u 'Ctnt ~s atid free acad •
ml- 1, ih ti. it i.t expedient io ciatu inotr
system* a'! ti .uerouo , r**o their bowels
with ct'lyctuth utMiJaUp, ur siujufy thai
brains wi h opiate-, wunn a pur , e.teut
Ive, >afe, botanic* cordial like Houeuer'*
Xl much Ulturs, wuiou relieve* < v j y
diioruur lnr which ih< pol»onous drugs
have ii#eil luretofo c prescitbed, is with
in ttie rea.cn wf every one. ».*td fashiouu
ble rente lie* art rapidly giving ground
beioio the adv*n c ut tin- Couqueriu*.
specific, and old fusbloued Ides* lv r«
gaid t • depletion ti- a means uf our*,
iiavkj beeu quite exploded by 'he *ucot*g
ot the greiet iem.va-il. whl<*h tones th**
system, trauquliisja tbe nerves, indue c
Huutid repose, neutial z**b malaria, depu*
rates and r-urtobe* the blood, rouses me
liver when dormant, and prumoies a
regular habit of b »dy.
Tut Russian Electric Bathe of R.
Hu-chea and Wife art located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tba Pioo
House. (Jem lonian aud la
dles will be waited upon by persons
of their own sex. novMlf
Go to Desmond's, Temple Block,
If you want to bo suited In a hat,
cap or other head-gear.
COURT REPORTS.
nisli h i < „nrl M.-Ssalv. J.
Saturday, Jan. sth.
Harris et al vs. Burna—cjtats
ment settletl and motion for new
trial submit!.- I and denied
Li A County B*nk vs. Bullock,
et al—Ordered (hat default of de
fendants be entered und decree en
ter as prayed for.
Levy vs. Maher—Writ of review
directed to JusticeTraffurd, grant
ed.
Probata Court sTHPHENs, 1.
Saturday, Jan. sth.
Estate of James A. Crawford, de
ceased—Return of aoeount of sales
of real *state presented and object
s dto. Taken uiuleradvisement.
Estate of Maria R-yes l» Kache
nais, deceased—Return of real es
tate confirmed.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
SATURAY, J ,n, 6
Jas Irvina.«an Fran Ja Iff SI Hutchinson,
M X > st iwel . do Klver-'de
w * Wlihe, do Mi.a turner, SI Ana
■ w Newnall,de X Walker 4 wr, do
• « Wllloutt, do w Johnson,do
J Hi Jam son.llwnvW Haz-lituo. olty
Urolfi Ulucum.Olilo Jesse V 'rnell. do
Property Transfers
KitoM juuson, on.i.KTi tea, oibhon's than-
SCRIPT Or- UKCOKOS, JAN. 5. IBTB
CONVBYANCRS.
James A Fisher tn Mary R 8e11—102.00
ucres, Lm t:e hega rancho; S 572 60.
Mary X Beil io iaucs v Fl-ner—Lot 45
xl<)i'fi..m nur.b sloe ut Eighth st, near
OliVe 12100.
J C'.h X »s in J L Oarnaey—Blks I and
P, Kos-'s vdditl r, |o Santa Alia; $t25.
Dsnlel W and David W Standi .a to vV
T Kaat- fi' 61 acres lv ttauclio Silvia Uer
trn Jes -87;u.
Harriett Van Ormen lo M.ry H Mnlng
ton —140 acres ttauta tiiarancnoi $>25
J s a id KonartM-Fsd.l-n to Airs II C
Harris-Nfc. H or SB V, sec 23 I'J alt 10
W, *800.
or H >' Harris to w o>it»s-S'{ of NltW
Of sK .1 fill 10 W; |li« 0.
Jis 'oegg .. J 11 Hhik-v- Mi of NE
K-ooSTftrl H 10 Wj JlSi'o.
A f el K"b o.un, i ru-.ee, oH X Evans
Si KofsWUH oiU 4 It HI W; em
hi Attlsiiasf ii. i' E hor htn lotto.g R
HIM — Lot f oil turn -a It ~v north Hum o
-v-nth al n lot 1 ul..ck 37. .iaucoua'-
S irvey; j-/00
r" ■ i houg i lo J i Mile*— S \tatlM k
Of M % cc il I' 2 8 113 -V; Ufa
Herm n Km ,er an i - lesl til lite , his
wife, to.ll ob Joh iiirsou — |ln II Id.-d .
ol Jol 25, b.k \, r-uny.ra ran ; 32i1;0.
I keep a full line of D imestic
Dry Goods, wbioli I odor for le9s
than any oilier bouse.
H. MKT BUST BIN,
Sept. 2s-lm 49 Main street.
i
'Try thu-H iV;»ioi bit cigars and
you wil^'be\(atisfl..'d.
Go to Ileinzem in'.s fu.- Price's
Sweet for toilet waters
and for all kind'uf follel urticies,
Including Prli'e'a t . | I sets.
Oeuuiue Joule's ale at McKen
zie's. ian4-tf
Joe Bayer, of C.ingress Hall, baa
Just received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer, it is a su
perb article and cannot bs excelled
as r drauglit beer. Oyster*-,
shrimps, hot ami cold lunches uf all
kinds, constantly on band, (live
him a call. Corner Mnn und li -
queua streets, epuosite ttie IT. ti.
Hotel. 0)9
Desmond, IU lempteblock, oppo
site the United .States Hotel, is
noted for the style and perfection
of Ins hats. Qive 111 ii) a call and
rejoice iv a perfect head adorn
ment.
A Nick, large, sunny suit of
rooms, with bow-window, tirgt-class
board. Terms reasonable. Kimhall
Mansion, New High street. dlSwl
The delay in tbe arrival of the
Holiday goods of Duller <fe Brad
ley on account of snow ou the Un
ion Pacific, has inconvenienced
many of their patrons who were
waitiug for articles; but the goods
arrived yesterday anil the pri
ces we judge are. low enough to
make full amends for the delay.
They offer many things which am
not only elegant and ornamental,
but thoroughly useful, and there
fore the truest economy for Holi
day gifts, and at prices so populai
that you can hardly sse tliem with
out buying.
Heinzeman lias a superb collec
tion of Tetlow's assorted extracts
in fancy boxes, Price's Floral
Riches, Cologne, Lubin's, Pinaud's,
Tetlow's anil folium's Toilet pow
ders.
I have received, from auction, a
splendid line of Men's and boys'
boots and shoes, which I offer al a
very reduced price AH goods arc
guaranteed. H. Meyerstein,
Sept. 28-lm 49 Maiu street.
00 to the Havana,4o Maiu street,
for the best cigars aud tobacco.
1 guarantee to sell the best lit
Hug and finest clothing at half tbe
usual price. H. Meybkstkin,
49 Maiu street.
Sept. 2»t ii-lm.
City Bill Poster.
M. Engel, bill poster and dlatrib
iter. All kinds of advertising
lone al reasonable rates. Controls
■II the best ami must proiuineui
nilletin bill boards. Office, No. 3
Market street. ap2Btf
FOR SALE.
The best piece ef luml In Indiana Cul
ony (f is l.it n.i, containing*
30 ACRES,
One balf Improve I, win sell one*'ourtb,
itiii-hnli, or ihe whole,
ror 'J\rms enquire of
I. N. MUN DELL,
-in the premises, Thayer A Graham, No.
9 -pi iut s iv.m, or A. Eldred, corner of
Fifth und uhjri y Ht Los Angeles.
d25-2w
NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE,
VHEKI OA3 BE ODUIUkD
CANDY TOYS for CHRISTMAS
And a flne Resort lit tat mi <' a m»iks
hI .v-t> «i on hand
The bo-tt CO DO If HYKUr yet intro
duced to tbe ptop.a of ihls vicinity,
nadu by the subscriber, cau alse tie ob-
L iln-ui. lav Ni». M MI'KINO ST., noxt
door youth or N-w < >drf Fellows' H 11 and
Peaiorrtue, Los Angeles, Cal.
dSO-lin MRS. Fit YE.
NOTICE TO_PHYSICIANS.
t LiDY FlVi T)IPFKftE>T
A laa«;u<ft'<s, so able puMl- le turer.
I .iAhes to ru in pirtnerthin with mi \in ir
loan t'liy-i- Un. inquiry cm bs mad* of
tl c tier. O. H. Bollingsr, earner nf Second
and Olive street!. \1 at
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Lots for Sale!
—IS TH X
INSTALLMENT PLAN
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Hflera the host opportunity fur delightful
homesteads of any that has over been ol
fared for sale to the public.
THE WHOLE THACT 18 LEVEL,
Inly luflleleuty lucllued forgood drainage
THE siOIL IS EXCELLENT
lud ul auch character that It never eakea
and Is noli her muddy lv Winter nordttstj
iv bummer.
* a
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUJS
NINO THKOUQU IT.
I lIS MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL, PARK RAILROAD
is completed and running through the an.
tiralnud undl now operated successfully
or..m ti Park avenue, lot) teet wide, oen
lag into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OH-THE I .OS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD IS
LOCATED ON THE GROUNDS.
Thla Is really the Went End of our beau
tiful city, with iUe bentflt of v KEsH,
PURE BREEZES PROM THE OCEAN,
uuoontamlnatcd by gas or sewer efllnvla.
v glance at the olegant mansions and
tuahiotiable residence vow e.eoted and
In coarse of ereotlon must satisfy any per
.on desiring a home that thla Is tha piae«.
TUB TERMS WILL EE MADE EASY
AND ['RICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At tho ofl.ee or tho Farmers' a M
ah ants' tiauk.
Also, at the office of the Mala Sire
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
0. W. GUILDS aud JOHN W. DOWNBY
will give special attention to those seek
ing Information. septUßf
The Steams Ranches,
ALFKID KUMINMUi*, Tru»t«e,
kaS Unrket St., Han Fr«uW«eo, ( M.
<w k / VSWI ACUEB OF LAND KOU
(jy/ijysV-JvJ sale, in iou to suit, smt
j.t,t» lor me culture of Orange*. Lemon.
Limes, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Peacbes.
apples, .'cars, Alfalfa, Corn, Kye, Barley,
r'liii, KxiniM, Cotton, etc., anal also many
i liittiKanU acrea et
Natural Evergreen Pastures, Suit
able tor Dairying.
tteod water Is abuudaui al an average
.Uptuol six feet from ttie turfaoe. Oa al
■eftevery acre ol this land KLOWINo
iKTKrtIAN VVULLvs can bo obtained, aud
Ua.e more elevated portions can be irrl
<ate«l by the water or tbe Santa Ana river,
itftftt ol thess lands are naturally moist
-.. j: 11 ri n n only good cultivation to product
crops.
TERMS -One-fourth Cash; balance In
use, two and tnree years, with 10 per oenl
ia in rest.
1 will take pleasure In showing these
lands to parties seeking land, who arc
Itivlttd to come aud sue ibis extensive
wact before purchasing eleewbere.
WM. R. OLDKN, Agent.
Anabelm, Loi Aageles ooanty, Dee. 34,
1 87
HYGEIAN HOME.
Comer of Spring and Seventh streets.
Large and sunuy means te letoa rtat
anab c terms. Board, i& per we*k.
»TNo bread an t water diet, as acme
suppose, but hygeinie food, with the
usual reglm* cewanoa at tirst-clas* pri
vate boarding house**.
020 lm J. H. A X I* RICE, Prop's.
AN OLD AUCTIONEER IN A
NEW PLACE.
ALFRED MOORE.
{Tram St. Paul, Mlnnescta,} la bow lo be
found al
126 Main Street,
Neitth. Ma UI. Yard. I ul.u ».ur
Kurnitur., -lovn, Hadrtina Heme., Bug*
glen. Wagon, an i otbermerchendla. yau
may hay- ta dlapnsa of. Auction evary
Saturday motnlng at II a'sloek. *r.el.e
ly. Keel Matata .ale. also at tendetl to.
Mm
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
_ GRAND
REALESTATE
AUCTION.
GRAND AUCTION
—OF—
FIRST-CLASS COTTAGES AND
BUILDING LOTS.
On acoeunt of departure for F.uropa I will
so 1 at Publlo Aactien,
Tuesday, lanuary Bth, 1878,
At IO o'clock,
Tli* well-known property on Olive atraet
corner of Bth, near tha newfsobool Houae,
within two blocks ufiha two Heraa Rall
roada, couaiatlßg as follows:
FOUR HARD-FINISHED
Five Room Cottages,
With markble mantles, and gurdens
tastefully erabeillshei with trees and
flowers.
BUILDING LOTS,
With palmed ticket fences.
One exlra Taluable
OOHNBR LOT
Suitable for a Store.
Sale POSITIVE and
Without Reserve.
TKRMS—One-Half Caih, Balance
lv 1 year, at 12 per cent.
Liberal Discounts.or all Cash.
Tlie Property can-be seen previous t tba
Sale, by calling at
ROOM 3, OVER COMMERCIAL BANK.
La STARBUCK.
dat-td E. W. NOTES. Auctioneer
JJr. Sluiuliurtx
ESSENCE OF LIFE
IS A PUWBRFUL ANI» KFFiCIRNT
remedy for the cure of nervous aud
physical debility, spermatorrhea,seminai
weakness and premature decline.
Th* Esseaee «f Life
(s the only safe and euro remedy aad will
restore exhausted vitality without tali,
Krmanently and effectually, ne matter
tv what cause or of how long staadlag.
Tho Essence of Lifs
Is pleasant to take, and Is free from all
noxious drills; it gives tone to th* diges
tive organs, strength to the nerves, aad
purifies and entlcues the blood, thereby
eradicating all morbid eruptions of tbe
■kin.
Price, tl per bottle, or four times the
JiaaaMty in ease, f 10, with full directions
er use. Heat te any address, eeoure froaj
oeeervalloH, upon receipt of price, which
may be sent by ex press, registered letter,
er t-oetoMoe money order, or C. O. 9.
wlthia 4M in ties of Han Francisco.
References of the highest staudlag and
unquestionable veracity from porsoas
that have been cured. To be bad only at
DR. S KINUART'S, 420 KEARNY ST..
San Frunelsco. Cel.. where all letters
should be addressed.
Once hours from 0 a. m. to 4 m. and 0
lei r. v. inails-ap-iyi
T. W. STACKPOLEj "
SI SPRING ST., DEALER IN
WATCHES, CLOCKS.
Jewelry and Silverware,
Has. this day received, direct f.om the
mauufacturers, a 1 ai'irt* snJ choice eotec
tiou of the above goods,expresuly de
signed for the
HOLIDAY TRADE.
Sole ngents Iter l.azirus A Mtorrts' cele
brated i>rnr,, ■,| At ectaL-les aud Eye-
Qlaatee.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired
at > hurt notice aud warranted to give
satisfaction.
All Kinds of Engraving
E ■■'■.ii-ri wlUi neatness aJtd dispatch.
*>a-aive me a call before purchasing
elsewhere:. dlfcv-lm
A. MuKKINZIE.
DEALER IN
Fine Wines & Liquors.
JJUtrl OlJ» BOURBON AND RY'
' WhUkiss direct rront Louisville,
entuckv, a snealalty. Genuine tteirtol
aad Irish whlaky, Kn(ll»h and Scats!
alas and porter.
THE SAMPLE ROOM
Il provide.l with the sursft WINS*.
LIQUOR* and IMPORTCD HAVAnA
CIJaRK. as. KSffLUK ALB OS
DRAUGHT.
Ponet's Building?,
Mala -treat, near Coort, Lea Angsts*
laa-tr
whiskyT
-A~ MoKEITZIE,
PONET BUILDING,
Has received a shipment nf H ,t H. W..
OATHKR WOOD'S PHIL A B X LPHI A
ROimßilN WHISKY from thall again *
DICKmON, l.vv. ..i.k a fa.. Han Francl.
Co. I can rer« aim art d this Whisky u>
l>urctaaa<rs de.lrinf to buy by tha kattli
orralloa. . IJ I in
Montana Meat Market.
FECSLINOSB A FRANK, Mft)
Tke beet and ttndereet MeatiXAT*
aa tka aaarkau Nana kat tka aaaaaeak
erlmstat Beef and Muttsin
ever tab* rauad. Not. tka addraaa—Moa
tana lasat Market, Main mraet. nasi
First, Loa Aasalaa
MISCELLANEOUS.
Barley! Barley !
Superior BEnr> Barley •ud Chev
alier IJAhJ.KY.
Kamptn een o«•, n „*> ~,■, Auction
SHB-c, No. 1 Mark I -Ircr-i Korn.n-from
■ Oranary of IV.IK A. WF.ll).
| road, (our m-iles from west of !...« .
'•«• d:3-iw
| _
CHRISTMAS TREFS,
Largo and emall. For Salo,
— AT —
ALFRED MOORE'S A CATION
ROOM, 126 MAIN .ST.,
At prion to HU4t. rt!»lf
av*aaaeiecw*jeaaani
THE HE? Ei
PRINT 1
HOU
Has facilities lot
WORK notequa.
em California.
Job Presses run b;
cure promptness ;
ate prices. Giv<
a call and secure v
Francisco Prices a
Francisco finish ar
THE SU
1878. NEWYOE
As the time apiir'tnches (
-lib* . iptiiMn, tu-- Hun wo
• riandsand wHI-wistiar« cv
is again a can mate for tt.
md support Upnn iv .<■ •
tt-n years it relit* ior a co
hearty ayiupaiby an 1 gMner..
which b vh hitherto b -en ex
■■very quart, r oi tbe Union.
The<.a>lv dun la a tour p#|
Uliins, pcirr by mail, pi
month, or $0 &<• per y**ar ■
The r<ui.da.. fdltiuii of tli'
page .-Lirei uf 86 columns
news ot th ■ lit , It ai*4 ■
amount, ot hi nr. and nils
»pecia>ly i repared for it.
as m«t with gr.-at btwoiwa.
a year.
I'll m W*• c l* I y
Who duet* not: know <b<- v
ir mates the U
lan da-, and bi >oii. Mine
Ilea £reet its wel-nrae pa,
r. gird it in the ilichto guio
friend Its n-*w*, c I tut nil.
literary department* urna-H
journal tor the family au
I'erm*: on* lJ«IIar a y.-a , ,
price, quality > i
u-t newspaper pubd-hod. t
with $19 earth, we will fin,
(ft*. AdiraßS.
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nuvtt-tf New .
1878
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