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Preuss & Schumaoher, 21 Spring
street, opposite Court House, have
just received a large Invoice of
fancy goods imported expressly for
All those intending to purchase
Christmas and New Year presents
VTOOjfd do well to give us a call
anu examine our immeuse stock of
colognes, hairoils, perfumes, ivory
toilet sets, combs, brushes, etc.,
and a thousand and one articles of
utility and beauty, ornaments to
the boudoir and toilet (able and
pleasing to the senses.
Cigars and tobacco at wholesale
prices at the Havana, 40 Maiu
I offer my stock of doors, sashos,
etc., it the following reduced pri
tslO $1 36
Sxl2 1 50
9x13 1 85
13x12 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x36 3 85
16x40 3 50
Other sizes iv proportion.
2.0x0.6x1 inch $1 00
8.6x6.6x15, moulded 1 90
2.8x6.8x1* " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1* " 2 25
2.10x6.10x1J '• 250
3x7xU " 2 76
Every other size In proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Augeles
street, under the White House.
The Capital Wine Booms, No. 09
Downey Block, kept by Thomas
Scally, deal only in the very best
brands of liquors, wines aud cigars,
which are served to customers in
sample room style. Patrons of the
Capital are assured of courteous
treatment at the hands of Mr.
Scully, the host. ap2olf
Moore's Restaurant Removed.
William Moore, of great fame us
* caterer in our city, lias moved his
testament to more commodious
Itiarters a few doors below the old
.laud, on Commercial street. His
many patrons, who know where to
find a good square meal at half the
rates usually charged, will have no
trouble In finding the uew loca
tion. Oct. 7-tl
Uo to McKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Ponet block, for tho finest
domestic and imported liquors and
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
quors is guaranteed, and MeKen
■ie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. J3tf
Pipes, cutlery, smokers' articles,
cheaper at the Havana than In any
H. Meyerstein, 49 Main street,
under tbe Lafayette Hotel, hasjust
returned from Sau Kranoisco, where
he bought every large and well se
lected stock of clothing, gents' fur
nishing goods, hats, hoots and
shoes, etc. The most of these goods
were bought at a liquidation sale,
and Mr. Meyerstuln offers these
goods now to tho public at aston
ishingly low prices. Before you
purchase please cull at his store,
it Main street, as it will p»y you
well to look at his stook.
The Ladies' Oyster Booms, Be
quena street, near Main, opposite
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried on in a stricily 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 Baykr.
oat 4 tf
Mr. H. Meyerstein has returned
from a trip to San Francisco.
While la tbe Qoldeu Gate he in
vetted (14,375 00 in » stock ol
men's, youth's and hoys' clothing,
which he bought at the great
liquidation sale In San Francisco,
end which he is able to sell at halt
the usual price of such goods. I'hey
are all custom made aud the Quest
whioh have ever been brought to
this market. He Is prepared to sell
■cc Cassinaere suits for a miracle
ef cheapness. Mr. Meyerstein has
else a full and tine line of Gents'
and Boys' Furnishing Good*. Those
who desirs to obtain unheard of
bargains should pay Meyerstein a
visit, st No. 49 Main street, under
the Lafayette Hotel.
Qo to Fulton's Sulphur Wells.
They are a sovereign remedy for
rheumatism, scrofula, liver aud
kidney diseases. Stages leave the
St. Charles and United States
betels on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bsodeve, returning the same day.
Boarding accommodations. Full
Information to be obtained at the
■t. Charles aud United States
hotels, Los Angeles.
Call en Caroline C. Burton, at
Ne. 118 Main street, proprietress of
the Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
and waterfalls at the shortest no
tice. Tangled hair straightened
and made up into any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways en haud. ooU-lrn-eod.
Go to Desmond's, Temple Block,
if you want to be suited in a hat,
oap or other head-sear.
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WEDNESDAY JAN. 9, 1878,
Herald Steam Printing House.
The facilities of the Hickald Steam
friuting House for doing Job work are not
■turpasied In California outside of Han
Francisco and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be executed with neat
ness and dispatch tit the lowest living
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Hereafter notices of oompnnles, socie
ties, churches, etc., will only- he inserted
In the Hskald as paid advertisements.
We reserve, for riacesof Worship, a grut
hi directory, which will appear every
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WAR DBPARTsfEHT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. 8. ARMT.
Division of Telegrams nnd Ilt-ports for
the hcnefltof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken nt Los An
geles, Cal., January 8, 187*
a i 111 li f i
a I if Is 13
4:50 a.*. 30 la 47 62 N Clear
1:50 FM. 30 11 64 4s SW 7 Fatf
8:15 P. M 3J 10 gj 79 N 6 Olenr
Msxlmum Thermometer, 61
Minimum 11 41.
J. M. Fkantk, Observer.
Mr, J. Gartin returned to the city
by yesterday's overland train.
The ladies of the Congregational
Church, we learn, are organizing a
" Diekins parly."
Los Angeles Council No 11, B. &
S. M., meets this evening for the
election of officers.
A strong, active boy, to learn a
trade, is advertised for in this
100 dozen young roosters, 100
dozen broilers and 100 dozen ducks
wanted at the Nevada Poultry
Market, corner Spring ami First
'lhe jury in the case of Pridham
VS. Macy retired shout five o'clock
yesterday evening, and after being
out a short time returned a verdict
of $350 for tlie plaintiff.
Tom Soally's, Downey Block, is
tho only place in town at which
telegraph reports of tho morning
and afternoon Stock Boards are
received daily. Scally is deter
mined that everything conducive
to the comfort and convenience of
patrons shall be found at his house.
The Board of Supervisors went
down to Santa Monica yesterday
to make an investigation as to
wharf charges and also to select a
site for a bridge over tlie railroad.
On their return they heard evi
dence in regard to changing tho
Mayes road at Los Nietos.
Two men were up before Judge
Peel yesterday morning charged
with drunkenness, one of whom
paid $5 and the other went to the
chain gang for five days. Theoase
Of Apalateque, charged with steal
ing an overcoat on New Year's
Day, was continued til! 0 o'clock
this morning, to give the accused
lime to procure witnesses.
Any one knowing Michael J.
Barry, wlio left his home at Bail
Francisco on the 2Gih of Ootober
last, in thu company of u:i Aiuuri -
can ami two Spanish hoys ami who
Is supposed to have como to this
city, will relieve the anxiety of his
mother by apprising her of tlie
whereabouts of her missing sou.
Ho Is over 13 years old, has blue
eyes, brown hair, a slight scar be
tween his upper lip and cheek and
a round, foil face.
The following named Los Ange
linas were registered at San Fran
cisco hotels ou the 7th lust: J.
Slackpole, Morton House; General
Stoiieinan, Grand; Mrs. H. F»r
quhar, Miss Furqubar, M. Van
Winters and wife, Ituss House; H.
Judson, Miss M. Chapman, Mrs.
Hoffman, International; B. S.
We had the pleasure of a ea'l
yesterday from Mr. Boyd, editor of
the Panama Star and Herald, who
is paying a short visit lo Los Au
geles. Mr. Boyd, who has been
driven to the San Oabiiel valley
and other places of interest In aud
around Los Augeles, expresses
himself ns highly delighted with
our section. He is registered at the
It will be seen, by advertisement
elsewhere, that the Messrs. Shaef
fer & Stengel, florists, have dis
solved partnership. Mr. Louis J.
Stengel has secured a place in the
rear of the Bomnn Catholic Ca
thedral, where he will prosecute
the business in which lie is such an
acknowledged adept. As a florist,
as an educated and painstaking
florist, Mr. Stengel has no superior
ou tbe Pacific Slope.
Au orange tree iv the Azores In
one year produced 20,000 oranges,
which were exported in perfect
condition to England. In those
islands the expurtatiou of oranges
lias become a very important in
dustry. During the past year they
have yielded to Great Britain
alone '209,015 cases of the fruit,
worth about $500,000. The branches
and trunks nf the trees are attend
ed to so scientifically that they
usually attain gigantic proportions.
Mr. Starbuck ! s miction aula of real
estate yesterday was not entirely
successful. The lot corner of Olive
and Eighth streets, having a front
age of 140 feet on the former and
105 on the lulter, was
Knocked down to Mrs.
Mary Oatermau ut $1,100.
Good Judges of property
hail estimated it at $1,500
before Ihe sale. An adjoining lot on
Olive street with a frollings ol 40
feet uud a depth of 165, enclosed
with picket fence and containing a
cottage house of five rooms, was
sold to Mr. G. H. Mat Held for $925
This amount wus $275 less than Mr.
Starbuck paid for building tlie
house alone. Very I aiuinlly be
quailed under such a crushing die
count and the sale was slopped
The Hill City and Health.
Editor Herald: Yesterday I
took a stroll to tho park hack or
tho bills. I wonder If our people
know what beautiful sites for
healthful homes ure lying adjacent
to this park? The gardener told me
that two new streets aro to he
opened from the park loading direct
Into tlie upper part of town. Also
that a hill is to bo leveled off which
will add somewhat to tlie already
charming view. I have no doubt
that persons coining to our town
in search of health could procure
land along these new streets, suln
dent for homes. The question of
water and good water, too, is en
sured already on the hill. In such
locutions, with proper conditions,
nine out of ten invalids coming
here may recover, But never, so
long as they persist in shutting
themselves up in dark, damp
rooms, breathing nothing but im
pure air. It is supreme folly to
travel thousands of miles, leave
comfortable homes ami loving
fiienils in search of climate to re
store one to health and then stint
one's already diseased lungs with
a mouthful or two of pure air each
day when the Creator baa placed a
mile deep utmosphore all around
this globe. One stroll to the park,
with an interesting hook, or ac
companied by v pleasant friend,
Inhaling tba pun air through the
nose (with the mouth shut) with
the benign rays Of the (tin adding
lustre to the eye, ami giving color
to the cheek, would be worth more,
a thousand fold, than a prescription
from each of the one bundle I and
one M. Di ill our town, even
though that prescription included
"cod liver oil" (how I hate it). Not
that wo would speak dispurugingly
ofM. D'i., hut nature Is the great
healer und (he true physician is
only an assistant, as he will readily
Now, Mr. Edltqr, I liavo spoken
In the interest of the race lo which
I belong—that part of iho race, es
pecially, which I meet at the Post
office, in tiio street cars and on the
streets, with hollow eyes and still
more hollow cough—and likewise
that part of tlio race In a simile]
state of health, yet In cold cli
mates, who might conic here and
Ido not own a foot of land iv
this couuty but speak of locations
as they seem to one who has passed
two years in this climate, the last
of these two years in the pure air
on the hill. I do uot like to say
that I came here an invalid for
that would ha confessing that I (or
my aucestors) had violated nature's
laws. I am not quite willing to
call myself a law-breaker, nor do I
wish to impute a like crime to the
absent. One tiling I hope, if I re
main ou tbe lull, I shall be so uear
heaven that I shall not be obliged
to enter by the ordinary way.
Los Angeles, Jan. Stb, IS7B.
About 11 o'clock last night officer
Jerome arrested a Mexican known
us Santa Ana for creating a dis
turbance in Chinatown. Knowing
that tho fellow, who is known to
tbe police, generally carried arms,
he searched him but found nothing,
lhe prisoner was quite unruly and
when Jerome reached tbe corner of
Arcadia ami Maiu streets officer
Sands came lo his Assistance, As
he approached lo take hold of
Santa Ana the latter drew a bay
onet from some part of his ototh.es
and made a vicious thrust at him.
Fortunately there was sulllcieut
light to see the glimmer of the
weapon aud, the officer was able to
avoid it. Santa Ana was disarmed
and taken to jail where he was sub
jected to another search, when a
knife was found conc-aled in the
fiout part oj his pantaloon*. He is
the same person, wo believe, who
attempted to stab officer MoKad
deu a short time ago. He Will have
a hearing before Peel this
Mr. Jarley made her farewell
how last night before a Los Ange
les audience. Turuvcreln Hall was
crowded for the third time. We
do not propose to cuter into any
detailed note of tho performance,
which was either amusing or
charming throughout. During thu
evening Mrs. Caswell sang "Ten
der and True' 1 with exquisite appre
ciation and was warmly applauded
by the audience. Dr. Curbelt
also sang very acceptably. Towards
the end of the performance Mrs.
Jarley (Miss Kate Smith) appeared
in propria persona aim aiLleil much
to the attractions of tli#-HJlianiber
of Beauty. Shu is spirituelle aud
pretty, and her sallies throughout
the evening wore witty and spark
ling iv tlie extreme. We ha/.aid
nothing in saying tbat Mrs. Jar
ley's show will be a pleasant rem
iniscence in Los Angeles.
We were shown yesterday v copy
of the irrigation bill introduced iv
tlie Senate by Creed Huyuiond,
December 5, 1877. It is a fearfully
cumbrous docuuient, consisting of
57 sections, one ot which, the .lib,
contains 10 paragraphs. Sections
one and two, whicli provide for the
election of five Commissioners,
one from tlie State ut large, who
shall be Chairman, anil one from
each Congressional district, should
condemn the whole bill fur the rea
son tbat tlio upper counties of the
State have no interest In the sub
ject matter uud, therefore, should
have no suy in the maiiugeincnt.
We would suggest that some mem
ber from the Southern port of the
Stale, when the bill comes up
again, move that its consideration
be indefinitely postponed. Its ob
ject seems to bo principally to cre
ate a number of fat ofllces.
A recent number the New
York .Villi gives tho following as
tlie origin of tlio term "so long,"
so common in this State: The ex
pression "so long," USsd sometimes
in the sense of good -by lv the
Southern States, was borrowed
from negroes. It is a con option of
the Turkish word " sultiam,"
which, with lhe spread of Moham
medanism, travelled to tho west
ooastof Africa, When OS slave oar
goes were procured. The expres
sion became also common in Glas
gow and Bristol during tlie last
century, whither it was carried by
sailors of slave whin*.
Aeiuise Joule's ale at MsKen
LThe managers of the Republican
having declined to publish the
subjoined communication at Mr.
Mol.ellan's request we give It place
in tho Herald. — Editor Her
Agency Pacific Coast ]
steamship company, [■
Los Angeles, Junuury 7, 1878. J
Editor op the Republican.—
In your issue of tlio 3d hist., under
the head of "Generosity," you
make certain statements and com
plaints based ou the withdrawal of
the advertisement of this compa jy
from your paper. Please permit me
to consider those statements aud
complaints iv their order.
First—"lv December" you "pub
lished a history of the McFadden
movement," etc. My recollection
ofiti- not vivid but I remember
nothing offensive in il. Think I
spoke to you iv my nfllce correct
lug the history In some respects.
Am surol expressed no displeasure,
and had not leferred to it since.
Had practically forgotten it.
Second—"For tills act" you "in
cmred the displeasure of the S. P.
B. B. Co." Of this I had no other
informal ion than your statumeiit.
Third—" The order has gone forth
from Ban Francisco to withdraw
tlie advertisement of the steamship
llua from the Republican." 1 11aril
ly tbluk that tne Uuilroad Com
pany issued such au order, aud
havo no kuowlrdge of it. The
Steamship Company, I know, has
done nothing of lhe kind, and I do
not believe that anybody iv San
Francisco connected witli this com
pany ever read tho artiolu referred
to or knew of its existence. I have
no cause to think they ever saw
the Republican or any extract from
it. Tho simple facts are that after
imporiunutu eolioituiious from the
publisher of the Republican 1,
against my own judgment, yielded
to his requests and caused the ad
vertisement to he inserted. Iv ac
cordance with my own judgment
aud without consultation with any
person, ami without udvice, hint or
order from Han Francisco or else
where, I discontinued it.
Fourth—"The Steamship Com
pany is so mean and tyrannical
that it is deicrmiiicd to control the
utterances of the prats." Indeed,
even from your premises, which 1
have shown to uj false, isn't it a
long aud not very plain way to
your cone!UslOnV Will you not
state very explicitly just when ami
how the company has manifested a
determination to undertake so vast
acoutractas to "control the utter
ances of the press."' Has any effort
been made to control Ihe utter
ances of even the Republican, not
to say that "stupendous organ of
public opinion, the press?" Was
discontinuing the payment of ten
dollars per month for half a column
of space daily, such so effort? Such
a thought never entered my mind
when! issued the order. 1 should
have shrunk appalled from so enor
mous an undertaking.
Fnth —"Is it fair and right to
patronize a corporation t hat ictuses
to grant us equal rights and jus
tice." I'lie Imereuou is irresistible
that you consider that "equal
rights and justice" demand that
tbe P. C. S. f. Co. advertise iv
youi paper. Is then, that company
hound to advertise in all the pa
pers on the coast? If not, in what
ours? Why iv the Republican cc
pecially? Or, if 111 one paper, must
Ii in all? Doesn't it ooii ue if tile
Republican was "trying to dir. ct
Just how a" stei.in-hip business
"should be conducted," when It de
cidus just where it shall advertise?
Sixth — " The managers of thin
paper have never asked a favor of
the P. C. ts. 8. Co." Pile present
managers have not, I believe,been
long iv the position,
Seventh —"The uclion on the
part of the monopoly to discrim
inate against us and in favor uf
other newspapers is base,couiempt
ble meanness.' 1 D > you reaily
mean lo say that it is ''meanness"
—yos, "base, contemptible mean
ness," for the S. S. Company lo
"discriminate" as to the paper* in
whicn il shall advertise, or only
that such language applies to dis
criminating uguiust the Republican
aud iv favor 01 other pipers? Ei
ther hypothesis is ridiculous.
Let us look at the facts calmly,
if it is possible for you to do so, so
soon after the shock lo your nerves
caused by losing leu dollars a
mouth. How is the S. S. Company
a monopoly? The ocean is freo to
all. Any man who can buy a ship
can compete with it. It is com
poaod of uieii who havo invested
their capital iv tbe business of
furuiahiug transportation, us oth
ers havo in selling merchandise,
and others in selling newspaper*.
D has just the same rights, privi
leges aud duties as they, no more,
no lets. It has no special privi
leges,no valuable franchise. But it
does claim for itself, what is con
coded to the merchant and the
publisher, the right lo determine
how il Will transact its business,
and the medium* through which
it shall offer its services, it is un
der bo obligation to advertise iv
any particular way or In any one
or more papers, but is free 'o select
as the merchant i*.
Advertising may be considered
from two points ul' view: The tlrst
Is a mors matter of business, the
object of the advertiser being to
secure custom by making bis busi
ness fovorably known through that
means. 80 viewing it, would it
pay for a merchant lo continue to
advertise iv a pupsr which should
frequsntly urge its re >t to
trade with blitt? W 1 not
Conclude that nil tlio « he
could Imps to derivs I c ad
vertisement would be y tlie
editorial? JJoyouthi there
is a dealer iv town wl I con
tinue its insertion vi 11 cir
cumstances? Why b ) who
sells transportation b is.l by
ilifl'ersnt priuoiples a who
sens merchandise, v claim
in " right or jusiice" > paper
011 one tbat it has no other?
If your grocer, ample,
should urge those isll his
store not to adver or sub
scribe for tlio /'c/ , would
you continue to buy ,? And
if you .«hhi d transl custom
to his neighbor, otild be
thought of him if lied into
print and declared scrimlu
ntiuu against him ontemp
tible meanuess" at tempt to
control commerce. Id he not
be cousiderod us di himself
what Dogberry wl ne one lo
do for him? Ho> your case
ditler ftoui this.
Tbs <j&U*r view irtlsing is
that It l>' a msaus utaiulug a
mercenary or pensioning a pauper.
Sucli a view alone oould Inspire
ihe articles that have appeared in
lhe Republican in relation to the
withdrawal of the advertisement of
tiie steamship company, and sug
gest the heading " Generosity "
You have preieiro I to take this
upw; I always had cntertalued
As to the statement In your arti
cle of the sth, thai the Central Pa
u.flo und Southern Pacific Btii
road* aud the Pacillc Coast strain -
sinp Company had determined io
pay $50,000 rather than give tbe
Republicun thebeiielit of their ad
vertising, you tursly cannot be ig
norant tnal, us applied to the S P.
B. it, it wus an electioneering
story lold duiiug the lastcsmpaign
lv injure a cerium candidate. What
possible aulhoiity can you have lv
re mi .g it, or for adding the PCS.
S. Co.? And, a* to the probability
of tbe story, don't you think that
yon WOllld be willing lo sellout
tlie Republican, type, cases, press,
good will and all, including the
crown of martyrdom just piaced
upou y iur brow by the saurlnue of
>-l t> v doliars a month, for cc very
much less than $50,000 that the
mere mention of tuuil a sum iv
connection with your paper hor
ilera on the aosuiil. If the Repub
lican appears to those coipotations
ol so much impoilance, so firmly
established and so very valuable
that thai •' triple headed" mousier
held a joint meeting to consider
its Course, and in lear of us infill
encu resolved to expend «v large a
stun rulber than advertise 111 11, is
Itquiiu reasonable to suppose thai
it Could imagiue Hint 'theuttei
ances" of tlio "independent jour*
nols" could be "suppressed" by
the withdrawal of Iho i nsigmlicaut
stipend of only one qutiter of a
Briu per line for each insertion of
a half column advertisement? Ou
mature reflection, do you think
that lliese two storks work well lv
double hiunuss ?
Tocouclude this subject, the P.
C. S. 8. Co. has not attempted to
influence in any degree the course
of the Republican. On the olhei
hand, that company will be gov
erned by its own judgment iv man
aging iis own affairs, and wilt ud
vei tise just where ami to what ex
tent it deems best, acknowledging
no claim ou lhe part of any paper
to a contribution to its support,
and considering its action iv that,
as iv every other line, simply a
matter of business.
H. McLkllan, Agent.
District Deputy Horace Burdick,
assisted by Past Grands Marxsen,
Spalding, Permit and NeltSke, In
stalled the following officers for
Angelito Lodge, No. 195,1. O. O. F.,
Monday evening! Martin Lehman,
N. G ; F. W. Wood, R. S.i Henry
I. Haher, P. 8.; J. Joliannsen,
Trees.; A. M. Lawrence, Waiden;
W. H. Green, I. G.; A. Weiss, O.
G ;J. H. Herbert, B. S. S.I W. A.
Spalding, R. S. N. G.; L. Harmon,
ta S N. G.; Walter Bowen, R. 8.
Wo will just inform the Express,
Whioh undertakes to correct our
statements as lo the process of
making wines, that we received
the information in Mr. Bose's wine
houses, from Mr. Rose's wine
maker, Mr. Wilhelm Suhoelgons,
and we presume that that gentle
man is v little hatchet man and
knows what he is talking shout In
speaking of his own specialty.
Tlie Dauntless Base Bill Club
was organize ) last night and the
following officers elected: Presi
dent, Frank Doyle; Vice President,
G K. Gate; Secretary, W. 11. Til
icy; Treasurer, T E. Nichols;
Captain, H. L. Btancliard, The
Club Is now ready to receive chal
lenges from any other Club is
A large party of the members of
Merrill Lodue 299, I. O. G. T., went
out to Downey in Osborne's hand
wagon last evening to reorganize
the Lodge of Good Templars at thai
St. Charles Hotel Arrivals.
TUKSDAY, J in. 8
X Hazsn, Pom Mia .las Stewart, San Ber
Mrsu iru.ers, I.lv- Dr J H Piers n, Uo
orstde O G Leach, do
w w Alien Ji wife, a ii Uaoheldor, do
Downey sum'i Chapman,ills
U It .smaller. Lagans Thos J uedturtl, city
PROM JUIMrIN, Ol LI.KTrK.t OIRSON'H VRAM'
SCKII'TOK BSOOBSS, JAN. 8. IsTS.
Eiilqglo F de Ceila, by I) \v Alexander,
Sheriff, lo meedoro C Porter—Sec 33, l i
N It l.i W S it M ; 81) ,0.
J I, Cruz lo L Wolleklll—Blk S7, Ord's
APOIIU trio Martinez t.<> Andrew B Cald
well—2.ls uciea lv south part, ol" Shu Juse
Nathan Fletcher to Joan do in Pairoa
y Mesu--s V. blk '11, Fle.cher tract, ran
ch.' Santiago de Hantu Ana, 211 acres;
A N Hamilton nnd John M Stewart,
Trustees, t<i X Lathrop— .ot. v, ranobu La
C lUSlln to J X Mccloud—Lots 10 17, 18,
hiock a, Lewis' Aduitlon to lustluCily;
Jose U Abllu In H O WeetoD and N
Heraooa—'loQ sores iv 'i'ujuiuu ranohoi
W VV Rubottom to Apolinnrlo Marli
nes— I.l~> acres In south part of San Jose
raurho; S&JS SB,
Wm and 1) Mcßao to Jno Meßae—Lota
11 and LB, hlk 5, Sin Fernando; fi's'.
Monism Botl lor. Administrator, to 1!
Cohu-K ;.j of vineyard o, tteyes tract;
L Strauss to <J A Doblnson—Assign
ment of r II his properly.
Louis Kan, Ad nlluistrutor of Estate of A
Fogil.toK McCla n-Ordei confirming
eale ot real estate—BE MofBE *i sec so T
jsn llWsllM; Sluso.
X R Rider, Administrator, to X R Uider
—Decree or distribution of estate of Jane
itider-i.oi i;i. elk ii, Fatrmoeat tract.
Joe Buyer, of Congress Hall, has
just received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a druught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, net and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly ou hand. Uive
hi.ma call. Corner Maiu and Re
quenu Bti'eets, opposite the IT. 3.
Desmond, iv Templeblocfc, oppo
site the United States Hotel, is
noted (or tbe style and perfection
of his hats. Give him a call and
rejoico in a perfect head adorn
I have received, from auction, a
splendid lino of Men's and boys'
boots and shoes, whicli I offer at a
very reduced price All goods are
guaranteed. H. Mevbrstbin,
Sept. 28-1 vi •(» Main street.
Tlie Russian Electric Bathe of It.
Hughes and Wife sre located at Ne.
1G Main street, opposite tbe Pico
House. Qemleniati and la
dles will be waited upon by persons
of their own sex. nov llt I
Try the Havana bit cigars and
you will be satisfied.
District Court CSJSSJOsT, t.
Tuesday, Jan. 8.
Sanchez vs. Bauch?z—Continued
until to morrow, at 9:30 A. m.
Phelan vs Pico—Passed by con
sent without day.
Oxarut vs. Gamier—Order to
show cause why receiver should
not be appointed, set for February
4tn, at 2 p. m.
Keller vs. Clark—Ten days' stay.
Pridbam vs Macy—Verdict for
plaintiff of $350.
S Levy vs Mahey et al—Certio
rari set for 3 P. M, to morrow.
County Court alb sot M. SxarsrtKS, i.
Tubsday, Jan. 8.
People vs. T. Maurlquez—Motion
to dismiss argued uud denied and
case set fur Jan. 22d, at 2 P it.
John A. White, by guardian ad
litem, vs. M. D. Hare —Motion to
strike out colts agreed uud taken
under a ivlsenicnl.
Pin Pico vs. J. J. Moreno et al—
Ou motion and by consent set for
Jan. lllh, at 10 A. M.
Probate Court STiratas J.
Tuesday, Jan 8.
Estate of Andrew Fogal, deceased
—Sale of real estate confirmed.
Estate of Jas. G. Kin ley, de
ceased—lsaac Kluley appoluted ad
ministrator. Bond, $1,000.
Estate and guurdiansiiip of Wm.
\V. Boswell el al —Petition tor sale
of real estatt granted.
Qo to the Havana, 40 Maiu street,
for the beat cigars and tobacco.
i'rotu a ins, ■ usruiaaee Jurist.
"I have tried lue Peruvian SYarjp.anu
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new man ofme, Infused tn
to my system new vigor and eaergy. 1
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you last saw mo, hul stronger,
heartier, and with a larger capacity lor
labor—mental and physical—than at any
time during the last live years. Sold by
Every rarmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, cuttle and sheep, and Intends to
keep them through the winter should at
once get a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders. One dollar's
worth will save at leant n half a ton of
A Rentrkable Curs.
West Towns as ii, Vt.,May 11, 1860.
Messrs. 8 W. Fowls 4 Sons.
Gentlemen—Heverul years since I took
v severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where It remaiued without relaxation. 1
was then in Mussacauselts, and growing
worse and beeumlug unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned home and com
menced searching In earnest Tor some
medicine which would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians aud
tried many remedies, but obtained uo
help aud dally g.ew worse. 1 had a ter
riole oough aud raised a good deal ol
blood. 1 had profuse uight sweats and
severe palu in my aide. 1 continued in
this slate for mouths.and becameso weak
that it was with greaL dimculiy 1 could
walk, when I was advised lo try Wlsraa'B
Balsam ok Wild L'hcrry, and, lo
my great Joy I soon lound t..at Ihls rem.
edy had arrested the Disease. t coutlu
ued to use the Balaam to Iho extern olflve
bottles and have, since then experienced
no difficulty ofthe lungs. I believe lhe
Balsam saved myllleand I shall ever hold
It In high estimation.
A Wide-AwAKa Youth's Pater.—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
yonl ributors, and sprighly, euterrain!!] t
reading,the FoufA's comtsmloti, of Boston
has no superior among the youth's publi
Lyon's Kathairon make-, beautiful
luxuriaut, glossy hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or fuming gray. It has stood the
test of tl! years Is obarmingly perfumed
and has no rival.
Henry K. Bond, of Jefferson, Maine.waa
cured ol spitting nlood, eoreness aud weak
ness of the ■ nun;.eh, by ihe use ol John
-.n's Innrlyn- Liniment Imernally
HOU 3 E
Has facilities'for doing JOB
WORK notequaledin 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.
Awarded tho Highest Mr-Jul at Vicuna
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.
591 "Broadway, New York,
(Opp. Metropolitan Hotel!.
Chromos & Frames,
9terHt»ropoe, Views, Albums, Grapaoscopes
and Sultablo Vlewi.
We are bMdquarters fur everything In tbe
Stereojitioont and Magic Lantern*.
*J~ OatAloirne or I*Aalarns and SHaee. with
directions for ueiug, Bont on application.
Any enterprising man nan make money
will* it Magic Lantern.
Out out thin advertisement for reference.
HK!(K \FTER, UNTIL FURTHER
notlee, los Augeles County Bank
will not bo opeu for business on s«iur
day evening. J. M. ELLIOTT,
IS It Cashier.
iH 1 O » flaxy at borne. Agent* waated.
iiatnusrf lerms 4
Gr DFL EAT"
CLEARING OUT SALE!
No. 120 Main St., Cardona Block.
We Offer Our Largo Stock of
Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Hats. Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Rubber Goods, etc.,
AT CLEARING SALE PRICES !
Ilarlng purr*toa*ed moit of thi* abore named goods PORCaSH In the
M A KKKT. w*> a c enabled tn sell to our eiistomflrs and tlie publia in i: -n ■.] for tho
sum a prices that nif rrhanlt have to pay who buy i Lei* * node in San Im a m:i ■«*<>.
Call and see for yourselves, and it wilt tonvli.ee you th*.i w. mean BUSINESS.
Our shook If compete, anJ no one desiring to buy need g • out unsuiteu.
133 MAIN STREET.
We are In Receipt of a Consignment of German Goods
Suitable for the Holiday Trade, Consisting of
VASES, TOILET SETS, MOTTO CUPS,
AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES.
, ALSO, A FINK LINE OF
AI I OF WHICH WE OFFER AT A SLIGHT ADVANCE ON
IN PLATED WARE
We Represent ROGERS BROS, and Meriden Britannia
Ware, and Guarantee Every Article.
WA cordial invitation to all to INSPECT OUR RTOCK.-tßa
«>o-:m Meyberg Bros.
H. SLOTTERBECK & Co.,
No. 1 Commercial St., Los Angeles,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps,
Cartridges, Wads, Fishing Tackle,
And •v.rrtb'nif pertalntni to SPORTSMEN'S GOODS. Have on band lhe laraeat
and hettalock or BREEUat-LOADIfJO RIFLES and PISTOLS In
Southern Calltornla, which we will nail at price, to cult the timet
Axeati for the new BAI.LAKD kIFLKS. the BEST and CHEAPEST OTN In the
world. SLOTTERBECK'S CKLEBrtATBD SPORTINU RIFLE? '
Repairing Dene by Practical Workmen & Guaranteed.
I wilt put into a cheese and butler firm
T>>r tlvrior teu Year*, BuU acres, near Loa
Autceles city, if dairymen will put In ex
perience, skill, labor, miuiagement and
cows, for a fair sbi.ru of the profits. aix
teeu tonsoi alfalfa buy per ncie wad the
yield of some of the Und this dry year.
Ail tho land gooj lor "Waifs, corn, bnr
lay, puinpklns ami beets. Calf aud see
th»> land green With nilk-yieldini; v je
tatlon, ti-om mere Hushes high to six feet.
Every acre artesian plow land. Wood
abLiiuluut. At lehUn water, oold for milk
nnd pleilUful. with river water for Irriga
tion. Nona need apply without skill,
capital aud copulation.
Horses, from one to hundreds, will be
pastured on alfalfa, burr clover a d alfll
eiii>t snaVlUriltg and renewing In spring,
lailtnttri autumn aud w titer, under ae
rttmi lal irrlg.*i ion . Hew Mr. Saulsbury,
Main street I'uuud Yard.
KOR RALE—Pumpkins, barley bar,
alfalfa bay, beadud barley, seed barley,
Early Roee potatoes aad fat bogs.
J. H. SHIELDS,
JaS-lm Las Angeles City.
Fine Wines & Liquors.
T.HNK 01.1 l BOURBON AND «VI
1' WblakiM direct, from Loalavtlle,
Kentackv, a sneolalty. Gonalae Beotek
aad Irlak wklakj, Bagll.k aad s.olcli
alsa aad portar.
TIIK SAMPLE ROOM
Ii provided wttb tba paraat WINKS,
LIQUORS aud IMFQB.TKD MAVAKA
CIiIARH. Ma. KKStIeK ALB OS
Ponet's Buil<lln X ,
Main street, aaar Ooart, lai Angela*.
Land for Sale.
THK UNDHKSIUNBO HAS
168 Aoresof Fino Farming
On tbs Old LosNietos rosd, Btfjaln
lng ths olty limits, for sals.
Apply to T. U. MOTr,
dIT la. Rooaa IS, Motl'a Building.
ESSENCE OF LIFE
LM A PUWKKFUL AMI KFK CIENT
remedy for tbe cure ot nervous aad
pfcyslral debility, spermatorrhea,seminal
weaknes* and premature decline.
The £*s«mee ef Life
la tb. oa I y aafd and aure remedy aad will
rotor, exbauated vit.un> without lall,
p.re,an.atly ana erleotuully, ne nealtor
from what caua. or or how long at&Bdlng.
The Essence of Life
!• pleasant to tak.,aii'l la ire. from a'l
uoalou. drug.; It give-, i.m.- to the uiui'.-
tlv.orffani, etr.asth in thu neiv.-. rl
purl lea and .nilcne. ihe i.lou l, then-by
eradioallng all iiic.ru:-> eru;.tiut>a ul ti.s
Prlee, ti per bottle, or four 11 men lb*
luaallty la cane gio, with lull directions
»r a... Seat to au> addre.it, a«cu< c from
•.baarvallo., lip.v receipt of price, wkleh
stay e.aa.t byaipre.*, reglat.red letter,
ar >MtoSle. MOB.y order, or C. V. l>.
wltkla 4*o mile, of Han Prauelaca.
Refareneea of tha hlahenl atandlng aad
aa4lle.no.abi. v.raeiiy rn-m ,tmn
mat have been au red. To be had only at
BR. B FIN HART*. 42* KGAHNT ST..
Saa Pianelaco Cal.. where all letters
ebould be addrw.od.
OSnee heure froe. B A. at. to 4 X a. and li
Ulr.s. narlS-Sp lyr
t. w. stackpoleT^
oi SPRING ST., DEALER IN
I Jewelry and Silverware,
Has this day received, direct f om Mie
manufacturers, a large and ohota* seleo
tlan «f tbe above goods,expressly de*
signed for the
Bole ageate far Lazarus* Harris* gala,
brattd feraected spectacles and Eye-
Watcbei,Clocks and Jewelry repaired
at short nonce and warranted to give
AH Kinds of Engraving
Executed with neatness and dlspaloh.
•sTr*S)lve nte a call berore ptweha-lng
cUe where. illO-lm
WHISKY ! ~
ll< rac.lved a ahlpaaant ef H. A I*. W,
OATH ;*H WOOD'S Pll 1L A SK LfHIA
ROIIItU'N WHI Mt V from I heir ■•tent.
UICM-0.. , 1 lew. 'IK All, Han l laucls
-00. I can rec.l,l mend thla Whtaay to
purohaeere desiring tobuy by tho b.ltle
or gallon. dSlm