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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE.
Tub Hkiiali) Steam Printing
lloiisK makes a specialty of Legal
rrluling. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
printed ut low rates.
Holiday Gifts.
i'reuss & Schumacher, 21 Spring
street, opposite Court House, have
just received a large invoice of
fancy goods imported expressly for
ii ur
HOLIDAY TRADE.
Ail thoso intending to purchase
Christinas aud New Year presents
would do well to give us a call
uud examine our immense stock of
colopnes, bait-oils, perfumes, ivory
toilet Hets, combs, brushes, etc.,
and a thousand aud one articles of
utility uud beauty, ornaments to
the boudoir aud toilet table and
pleasing to the senses.
Reduced Prices.
I oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
ces-
WINDOW MASH.
Bxlo $1 35
9x12 1 00
9x13 1 66
19x12 1 65
18x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 76
15x32 3 00
16x36 3 35
16x40 3 50
Other sizes iv proportion.
DOORB.
2 6x6.6x1 inch $1 00
8.8x0.6x11, moulded 1 90
2.8x0.8x1J " 2 12
2.8x6.8x11 " 2 25
2.10x6.10x11 " 250
Bx7xll " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Augeles
street, under the White House.
B. Raphael.
lm sepl27
Moore's Restaurant Removed.
William Moore, of great fame as
n caterer In our city, bas moved his
restaurant to more commodious
quarters a few doors below the old
ahead, on Commercial street. His
many patrons, who know where to
ftud a good square meal at half the
rates usually charged, will have no
trouble iv rinding the new locu
tion. Oct. 7-tl
McKenzie's.
(■lo io McKenzie's, I'2'J Main
street, Ponet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors aud
wines, by the bottle or on draught,
the purity of these wines and li
quors in jn a ran teed, and McKen
tle's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit, j3tf
U. Meyerstein, 49 Maiu street,
under the Lafayette Hotel, hasjust
returned from San Francisco, where
be bought a very large and well se
leoted stock of clothing, gents' fur
nishing go-nls, hats, boots and
shoes, i ic. Tho most of these goods
wero bought at a liquidation sale,
and Mr. Meyerstein oilers these
goods now to the public at aston
ishingly low prices. Before you
pun-lias,) please call at his store,
4a Main street, ac it will pay you
well lo look at his stock.
Sopt. isth-m».
Uo to Desmond's, Temple Block,
If you want to be suited iuahat,
0 ip or other head-gear.
Joe Buyer, of Congress Hall, bas
ins I received a consignment of
luruboldt lager beer. It is a su
perb article aud canuot be excelled
at a draught beer. Oysters,
auriuip*, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly ou hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Ile
queua streets, opposite the U. S.
Hotel. ott
Notice.
Tbe Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Ite
quena street, near Main, opposite
the United Slates Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies aud will be
uai ried ou iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
aud receive prompt aud respectful
attention. Oysters iv every style,
shrimps, lea, coffee, etc., constantly
no hand. Joe Baykr.
oct 4 tf
Go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells.
Tbey are a sovereign remedy for
rheumatism, scrofula, liver and
kidney diseases. Stages leave the
tit, Charles aud United Statei
hotels on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud
Sundays, returning the same day.
Boarding accommodations. Full
Information to ba obtaiued at the
St. Charles aud Uuited Statee
betels, Cos Angeles.
Call on Caroline C. Burton, at
No. 14* Maiu (tract, proprietress of
the Ladles' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
and waterfalls at the shortest uo
tljje. Tangled hair utruightened
aid made up Into any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways on hand. oeU-1 ui-eod.
ft is the opinion of all who have
seen Santa Monica in the winter
season, that It ia the most beauti
ful place iv Southern California.
Its equable climate, the magnifi
cent sea aud mountain views, to-
? [ether with Its unequaled bathing
acilitius, render ita most enjoya
ble resort for tourists and iuvalids.
M. D. Johnson, at tbe Santa Mon
ica Hotel, Is prepared to accommo
date winter guests in first class
style. j"
City Bill Pester.
M. Engel, bill poster aud distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all th' best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Offlee, No. 8
Murk.-!, street. api2(itf
Desmond, in Temple block, oppo
site tbe United States Hotel, is
noted for the style aud perfection
of his hat*. Give him a call and
rejoice In a perfect bead adorn
ment.
Tbe Russian Eleutrio Bath* of B.
Hughes and Wife are looated at No,
ir> Main (treat, apposite tbe Pico
Honse. Gentleman and la
dles will be waited upon by persons
at their own sex. aovl4tf
Genuine Joule's ale at MoKen
sle'e. jan4-tf
Private Boarding House,
Me, 14, oer. Third aad Hill sis.
aar BOARD BY the day, week: OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. oiatf
go? grttfldw gcrattl
WEDNESDAY JAN. 50.T878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The fueillties of the llkkai.d Steam
Printout House ror doing Job work nrc Dot
surpassed In California outside ol &nu
franelseo aud Uaoramentu. All work en
trusted to us will bo excouted with neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
rates.
nvEC'IAa. N<» ■'■('■:.
Hereafter notices of companies, socle
ties, churches, etc, will only be Inserted
iv tlte Uekai.li as paid advertisements.
We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grate
Is directory, which will appear every
Monday morning.
WAR DEPAETMEHtT SIGNAL
U. 8. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Iteports for
the heuefltof Commerce and Agriculture.
Heport of observations tuken at Los An
geles, Oal., January '10, IS7B.
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4:511 A. jr. 3011 64 SO NE I fl" Cl'dy
1:50 p. H. .WII7 tl DX W U Clear
8:15 p.m. 30 00 56 87 NW | H Fogy
Maximum Thermometer, BY
Minimum »* 60.
J. M. Fkantz, Observer.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
A reward of $20 is offered in our
New To-Day, for tlie return of a
gold watch und chain. No ques
tions will bo asketl.
Hon. J. P. H. Weutworth and
Mr. Bowen, of Bowen Brothers,
returned from a trip to San Ber
nardino yesterday and go up to
their homes in tlio Golden Gate
overland to-tlay.
By reference to tlie schedule of
tlie Pacific Coast Steamship Com
pany it will he seen Hint the time
of sailing of tlio steamer Orizaba
has heen changed to oue day later,
leaving San Francisco to-day In
stead of yesterday, as originally ad
vertised.
The following residents of Los
Angeles were registered at San
Frauciseo hotels on the 12Sth: O. 11.
Smith, J. Haley, Occidental; M. N.
Ltuenberg, American Exchange;
J. O. Hudson, The Baldwin; Miß9
M. Levi ii", J. McKenzie, Interna
tional; Mrs. C. Love, Miss F. Love,
Cosmopolitan.
The Veil Una Signal says that,
■luring the recent rains, the Santa
Paula creek was literally covered
witli oil, more so than has heen
noticed during any previous season,
aud that the most of this extra sup
ply of petroleum that besmeared
the bunks of the creek and left a
coating of oil wherever the stream
flowed, came from the Hercules
mine, at Hie head of the creek.
The Los Angeles Oil Company,
whoso works are located about two
miles ami a half up the Little
Sespe, sustained considerable dam
age by the rain washing the road
fur about a mile, making it impas
sable. The company have quite a
force at work on thu road and will
be able, iv n low days, to land all
their machinery on the ground
where they intend to bora for oil.—
Ventura Signal,
Police business was quite brisk
yesterday, as no fewer than seven
cases appeared at Judge Peel's
levee. One for exhibiting a deadly
weapon was sent to the chain gang
for sixty days; a petit lareeuist,
fifteen days; one for vagrancy, five
days; same offeuce nnd insulting
a woman, ten days; two vagrants
discharged; one burglar committed
to answer before the next Grand
Jury in default of $500 bail.
Wobken, late agent for Mon
trose, says that Sloutrose did an
immense thiug when he tried to
palm himself off as v [medium aud
give the Spiritual seance ut Mr.
Garey's, which led to his exposure.
To use the quaint language of
Wobken to one of the spiritualistic
members of the committee, "You
people put him to too severe tests.
You put a man iv the cabinet to
watch him, and that is a test, you
know, that no medium can stand."
The famous trotti ug mare Los
Augeles Maid, the properly of
Messrs. Campbell & Wakely, is up
for raflie. This mare is remarka
ble for her kiud disposition, com
bined with speed, she having a
mile record of 2:52. She is well
known throughout the county.
We understand that the tickets ure
put at the low price of two dollars
each, aud that they are going off
rupidly.
We direct attention to the ad
vertisement of Souutag & Co., Seed
Merchants, which appears in our
" New To-Day." Tbey oiler for
sale fresh seed of the Eucalyptus
Globulus or "Blue Gum," for $6
Eer pound. As this tree possesses
ygienic nnd other properties of
great value in Southern Ctliforuia
it should be in demand here
abouts.
111 tlir advertising columns ap
pears Hie announcement of Bowen
Brothers' Yeast Powder, a specialty
of housekeeping which is attaining
an enviable reputation uotouly In
California but on the Pacific Coast
and iv the Uuited States at large.
Tbe Bowen Brothers iiave been a
syuouyiu for euergy iv business for
years. They are not only live
business men, but they aim to lv-
Uueuce healthfully aud beueticeutly
the education of the young ladies
who are now growing up in tills
State. Wltb this object they otter
prizes of $50 euoh to the youug
ladies under sixteen years of age
who shall make tbe best biscuit
with Brown's \ oast. Powder, the
prise to be awarded for Los Auge
les at the Southern District Agri
cultural Pair, to be held lv this
oity next Fall, the Committee
which shall make the award to be
appointed by the Directors of the
Agricultural Society. Now hero
is a capjtal opportunity for some
one of our belles, who has the am
bition to be regarded us a good
house-wife, to earn pin money. She
has plenty of time for preparation.
Tbe competition, we trust, will be
lively.
RESTING SPRINGS.
Tlie Promise of one of tho Liveliest Mining
Camps la California -Forty Ton Furnace
nt Work.
From Mr. Frank Soulo, late of
the San Gabriel valley, now of
Heating Springe, who came in from
that new and premising mining
camp yesterday, we have learned
a number of interesting things.
Most of our people have understood,
for some time past, that the Messrs.
Slauson, Kenl, Severance, and
other Loi Angelefle9, were inter
ested iv mining ut this point. The
Springs aie located about two hun
dred miles north-east of San Ber
nardino, ou the other side of tbo
famous Death Valley. All the in
dications are most promising. A
furnace of tlie capacity of forty
tons daily has lately beeu erected
there. They had just ruu through
sixty bars of bullion the day Mr.
Soule left. The ores are of a low
grade but very abundant, and our
informant expressed the opinion
that one of the liveliest camps on
the l'ueifio Coast would tapidly
grow up there. Everything war
rants this expectation.
Tlie fuel used in reduciug the
Resting Springs ores is brought a
distance of fifty miles, fioiu tbe
State of Nevada, where there Is a
reliable coal vein. It is a disputed
question as to whether the Resting
Springs themselves are iv Sau
Bernardino or Inyo county. Prob
ably us this camp comes into
marked notice, as it certainly will,
shortly, the doubt will be cleared
up. Tho tax gatherers will ascer
tain the question beyond per ad
venture.
The County School Apportionment.
Tlio following is the amount of
County School Fund apportioned
to thu several school districts of Los
Angeles county:
Teachers, Ami.
Anaheim 4 B*to
Alameda - 40u
Artegia 1 sua
Aveja 1 200
Azusa tt 600
lialloaa 2 400
liogilale 1 210
Uelsnllrande S 400
L'ahuenga 3 ijoo
Cajon 1 200
L'eutrulla 1 200
Cienega 2 400
Duarte 1 100
|CJ Monte 2 400
Kllz.abelli Lake 1 2UO
Falivlew; 1 '-'00
Florence 1 200
FountulnValley 1 200
Garden Urovo 1 200
Grcou Meadow* 1 200
Li Dow 2 40>t
La Fuentu 2 400
Little Lake 1 200
L"S Angelea 27 5400
Los Nietes 2 4*o
Mslzelend 1 200
Newnall i 200
Newport 2 400
New Itlver I 200
Ocean 1 200
Ocean View I 210
old Mission 2 400
Olive I 240
Orangethorpe 1 210
Palomares 4 S<lo
Itanobito 1 200
rticiiiuud .'i tuo
Kowland .1 Kb
Santa Ana 2 400
San Antonio a 3 UOJ
Sun Dimaa 1 200
San Fernando 3 tiUu
San Gabriel 3 000
San Jose 3 too
X iul i Mouica 2 4011
San Juan 2 400
San fascual 1 LOO
San Pedro 3 000
silver 3 800
Soltdad 1 200
Spring.. ! 4 100
Sycamore tl 400
Vernon 2 400
Westminster 2 400
Wilmington 3 600
Total 128 «.5,6C0
Thos. a. Saxon,
County School Superintendent.
Los Angeles, Jan. 2e, 1878.
COURT REPORTS.
111-i. :<■* I'oiirl Sevulveoi. J.
Tuesday, Jan. 29.
Cazuux vs. Fluhr & Gerson —
Demurrer submitted. Two days to
file poiuts.
Steinart vs. Meek—Default duly
entered. Proof heard and decree
ordered to cuter as prayed for. Ten
per cent, allowed for counsel fees.
Hummel & Denker vs. Conterno
—Motion, by Defendant, to vacate
judgment ou affidavits, argued and
submitted. Motion denied.
Gray vs. Tiffany et als.—Mutter
of petition submitted. Two days
to file briefs.
A W Potts et al vs C E Mileß et
al—Set for trial at 10 A, M. tomor
row.
Ybarra ys Lirenzaoo— Thoiu &
Ross entered as associate counsel
for defendant. Motion for new
trial submitted.
Lanterman vs Williams — De
murrer of defendant submitted.
Jones vs Fluhr & Gerson—De
murrer set for argument to-morrow
at 10 A. M.
fteaailjf «'ouri STxriisa.J.
Tuesday, Jan. 29.
It. D. Pitt vs. J. J. Mullully-On
trial.
Probate. Court STEPHENS. J.
Tuesday, Jau. 29.
Estate of Augusta A. Femmous—
Order of sale of real estate grauted.
The Antecedents of Disease.
Among the antecedents ofdisoaEoere
Inertness iv the circulation of tlio blood,
an unnaturally attenuated condition of
the physique, Indicating that the Bio
current Is deficient In nutritive proper
lies, a wan, haggard look, Inability to di
gest the lootl, loss of appetite, sleep and
strength, and a sensation of unndtural
languor. All these may be regarded as
among the indicia of approaching dis
ease, which will eventually attack the
system aud overwhelm li, If it Is not
built up and forllfled In advance. Invig
orate, then, without loss ol time, making
enolec of the greatest vitalising ugont ex
tant, Hosteller's Btomach slitters, an
elixir which has glveu health nnd vigor
to myriads or the sick and debilitated,
which is avonched by physicians and
analytdst to be pure as well as effective,
which Is Immensely popular lv this
country, nnd extensively used abroad,
und which has been ror years past one of
the leading medicinal staples of Amer
icas
Property Transfers.
KkitM .IUUHON, GI UifCTTK <t GIBSON'S THAN*
scitirroK hecokos,.un. 20, is;»t
OOKVKVAHCEN.
J W aild Miriam Clark to P OM-Kln
nie—Lot 1, blocs H, Clurk's Addition to
Anaheim; tl&O.
i. li Plato to A Uuy Siailli—Lot 112, blk
H, ktetoiau A Ueorga's Addition to Aun.
helm; m; 17.
Douilugo Yorba to Joho Harden— Ran
cho ISautiage de Hanta Ann, S2u.
Miguel Yerba ta Wm J Harris—Hancho
Santiago lie liauta Ana; 95.
Chas W force to J J Bn Ills—West % ot
Alois tract lv raueho Tajauta; 1774 75.
J J Bullls to Uudolph Hanney—Bond for
dead to lust described property.
Mate of California to A T Currier, as
signee ef Fiank Sax-Sec 17 T 2 a HOW;
patent.
Paulina A Ecktlmler de Bacclgallupo
to Mannela W da Rowland— Center Si of
lot 10, blk 10, Ord's survey.
THE DEDICATION.
Imposing Odd Fellows' Display —lap ivo
Dedicatory Oaroniontea at ths New Ball—
The Ball.
If the Odd Fellows had put up a
petition for a day especially suited
to give ficlat to the pjrand demon
stration made by them In dedicat
ing their beautiful new li sail, they
could not have been gratified with
one more perfect iv every particu
lar than yesterday. What with
the delightful weather, the streets
filled with gaily dressed ladies
aud children aud the very full
ranks of the various branches of
the Order that participated iv the
parade, tlie display was tho most
brilliant wo have ever seen iv Los
Angelen. At the appointed iiour
the several Lodges of the city, with
visiting delegations from the coun
ty, formed In procession in front
of the old hall iv Downey Block
In the following order:
Guard of Mounted Polico.
Band.
Olive Lodge, Knights of Pythias. (Guard
of Honor.)
Los Angeled Stam, Rod Mou. (Guard of
Honor.)
Marshal and Aides.
Guardian, with drawn sword,
Scene Supporters, with wands.
Members of the Initiatory Dt-grco.
Mombers of tlio White Degree.
Members of the Pink Degree.
Members of the blue Degree.
Members of tlio Green Degree.
Members ol the Ucarlet Degruc.
Band.
Guardian, with sword.
Officers of the several lodge*.
Representatives of lbs Grand Lodgu.
Most Worthy Grand Master of the Stato,
District Deputy and Officers of tho
Day, in carriages.
The line of march was taken up
Main street to the Plsza where the
procession countermarched, and,on
the return, halted in front of the
Pico House. Here the Grand
Marshal aud Aides escorted the
Graud Master aud Grand Repre
sentatives to their carriage, while
the band played " Hail to Ihe
Chief." The column then proceed
ed down Main street to Fourth, on
Fourth to Spring, up Spring to the
new hall. Here the Hue opened
ranks, the Knights saluting with
presented swords, while the Grand
Officers were escorted through and
up the stairway to the ball. Tbe
members in column then filed into
the hall in inverse order to the line
of march.
THE DEDICATORY EXERCISES
Then proceeded as follows: After
tbe members and spectators hat] all
been seated, the Grand Officers
were announced iv form and en
tered tho ball, the band playing
meanwhile a stirring march. Graud
Chaplain Hill then offered a brief
invocation, after which tho mem
bers were called up and sang the
opening ode beginning.
Brethren of our friendly Order,
11 onor here asserts her sway,
All within our sacred border
Muit her high commands obey.
Grand Marshall, Horace Burdick
—Is it the will and the pleasure ef
tbe Most Worthy Grand Master of
the Grand Lodge ofthe Indepen
dent Order of Odd Fellov of the
Stale of California, that ie cere
mony of dedicating this all to the
busiuess aud purposes v Odd Fel
lowship do vow proceed?
Graud Master Dann—Such is my
will aud pleasure.
Constaut Meyer, President Odd
Fellows' Hall Committee-Most
Worthy Grand Master: We meet
you here to-day to announce that
tbe work in which we bave been
eugaged is finished, and our temple
is at last ready to shelter us within
its walls. It 19 uot the business ef
tbe Committee to allude to their
own labors, nor to tbe manner in
which those labors have been per
formed; nor would good taste per
mit them to descant on the fitness
of our edifice for tlie sacred pur
poses to which it is designed. It is
capable of speaking for itself
through its proportions and Its
style. If these fail to impress you,
auy words of mine would prove
worse than useless. I have only to
repeut tbat our work is finished,
and iv behalf ol Los Augeles Lodge
No. 35, and of the Ordor in this
place, I make request that this
hall shall he set apart am) dedicat
ed to the busiuess and purposes of
Odd Fellowship.
Grand Master Da nil —Mr. Presi
dent of the Odd Fellows' Hall Com
mittee: In tbe name aud iv behalf
of tbe Independent Order of Odd
Fellows of the State of California,
I accept, for dedicatiou to the uses
of Odd Fellows, this, hall which has
been constructed under your super
vision. To you aod your associates
tbe preseut must be an occasion
especially gratifying. To-day you
witness the consummation of that
for which you bave ardently toiled
and hoped; to-day you hail the
completion of lhat for which you
have zealously and faithfully la
bored, and to-day you behold the
recognition hy your brethren, from
the North, the stout h, tbe East, and
tbe West, of this, the result of your
efforts, as a Temple devoted to the
service of those whose vocation is
to visit the sick, lelieve tbe dis
tressed, bury the deed, educate the
orphan—duties which neither in
terfere with nor supersede the dis
cbarge of any other, socia", moral,
or religious.
Brethren, I congratulate you
upou the completion of this beauti
ful ball, which we are now about to
dedicate to those cardinal virtues
which should adoru uud elevate hu
manity, and the names of whioh we
have selected us the motto aud
watchword of our beloved Order.
Beneath this roof you are to encour
age one another in the duties of
benevolence and charity; before
this altar the good, works of
Friendship, Lore and Truth
are ever to be presented as tbe only
acceptable sacrifices. From hence,
as from a perennial fountain, are to
How the gentle streams of true
Friendship to gladden aud make
green many waste places. I v this
quiet retrtat are to be culti
vated those flowers that Love un
feigned shall scatter ou the rugged
pathway of life, under many
bleeding feet. Here is to be sown
the good seed of Truth iv many
hearts, to spring up and yield its
hundred-fold harvest. It is, there
fore, not so muob this temple made
with bauds lhat should occupy our
attention at present, as the great
principles tbat are to be dissemin
ated. I hope aud trust, bretben,
that our united efforts, with those
Of our brethren throughout the
globe, may lead to tbe raising aud
adorning of a still nobler Temple,
whioh shall be consecrated by the
approval of the Supreme Grand
Master of the Universe, without the
invocatioa of whose blessing no
work should be undertaken.
At ths conclusion of tbe Grand
Muster's remarks, the audience
stood while Grand Chaplain Hill
offered a short prayer, and tbs fol
lowing readings and responses en
sued:
Graud Master—l was glad when
they said unto me, Let us go into
the house of the Lord.
Response, by tlie Members—Our
feet shall stand within thy gates, O
Jsrussisml
Grard Master—Jerusalem Is built
as a city that Is compact together
(at unity iv itself).
Response—Whither tho tribes go
up, the tribes of the Lord unto the
testimony of Israel, to give thanks
uuto tbe name of the Lord.
Grand Master—For there are set
thrones of the house of David.
Response—Pray for tho peace of
Jerusalem; they shall prosper that
love Thee.
Grand Master—Peace be within
Thy walls, and prosperity within
Thy palaces.
Response—For my brethren and
companion's sakes, I will now say;
peace be within Thee !
Graud Master—Because "Of tlie
house of the Lord our God, I will
seek Thy good.
Response—So be it.
Graud Master —Hear, hear, hear,
all men: By authority, and in the
name of the Grand Lodge of the
Indepeuedut Order of Odd Fellows
of the State of California, 1 dedi
cate this hall to tbe busiuess aud
purposes of Odd Fellowship, todis
semiuate friendship, love and
truth, aud to diffuse benevolence
and chanty in their fullest extent,
to all its worthy members, aud hy
this solemn act 1 beieby declare it
duly dedloated.
Grand Master —The Grand Mar
shal will please cause this dedica
tion to be appropriately pro
claimed.
Grand Marshal—Brothels Grand
Heralds of the North, of the South,
of the East, and of the West: By
the solemn act of the M. W. Grand
Master of the Grand Lodge of the
State of California, this Hall is
duly dedicated to the busiuess and
purposess of Odd Fellowship, to
disseminate friendship, love and
truth, faith, hope and charity, iv
tbeir fullest extent to all its worthy
members. It libit will and pleas,
ure that the same be proclaimed,
which duty you will perform.
Herald of the North, A. W. Hut
ton, (Preceded by bugie-call)—Hear
all men: By command of the M.
VV. Grand Master, and in the name
of friendship, as pure, refreshing
and life-giving as this water
[sprinkling water] I dedicate this
hall to the practice of that ennob
ling virtue, which, uniting men as
brethren, teaches them to sustain
that relation at all times, each in
his turn helping and belpe-l, bless
ing aud blessed.
Response—Heboid how good and
how pleasant it is for brethren to
dwell together in unity, for these
the Lord commanded tlie blessing,
even life forveiujore.
Herald of the .South. A. Warten
herg, (Preceded by bugle-call) —
Hearull men: By command of our
M. W. Grand Master, I proclaim
this hall dedicated to Love, world
wide and ever-enduring, [lighting a
tiro uu thu altar, ] and may tho tire
that is this day kindled upon the
altar of out' hearts he as perpetual
as that whioh burned upou the
altar iv the secret tabernacle of the
Most High, of which tills Is but a
feeble emblem.
Response—Though I speak with
the tongues of men and of angels
anil have not charity, I am become
as sounding brass or a tinkling
cymbal; charity never faileth.
Herald of the East —A. Franck
(preceded by bugle-call)— Hear nil
men: By command oi our Mn9t
Worthy Grand Master, I proclaim
this hall dedicated to tlie Inculca
tion and cultivation of truth,
[scattering wheat,J and may the
good seed here sown, of which this
is tho emblem, like the grain sown
broadcast oil the earth, spring up
again an hundred fold, for future
use and blessing, and may that en
nobling virtue, which lies at the
foundation ol all other virtues, ami
which, devoid of guile aud hypoc
risy, teach us sincerity and plain
dealing in all our communications,
and earnestness in tlie inculcation
of whatever is good and true.
Response—Ho (bat walketh up
rightly, aud worketb righteous
ness, and speakcth the truth in bii
heart, O Cord, shall ahida in Thy
Tabernacle and shall dwell iv Thy
Holy Hill.
Herald of the Went, W. A. Spald
ing, (preceded by bugle-call I—Hoar
all men: By command of our M.
W. Grand Master, I proclaim this
Hall dedicated to Faith, Hope and
Charity. Those graces, like these
tlowers, [strewing flowers,] All the
common air with fragrauoe, beauty,
and adorn all on whom they fall.
The practice of these highest vir
tues i 9 in itself the fulfilling of that
law which commands us to visit
the sick, relieve the distressed,
bury the dead and educate the or
phan.
Response. —A good man sheweth
favor and lendeth ; he will guide
his affairs with discretion ; be hath
dispersed; he hath given to the
poor ; his righteousness eudureth
forever ; his horu shall be exalted
with honor.
Grand Marshal.—M. W. Grand
Master : Proclamation has been
sent forth to thefourquartersof the
globe that all men may hear and
know that the principles of Odd
Fellowship iiave here a dwelling
place.
The audience was again called
up and tho Grand Chaplain ad
dressed tho Throne of Grace as fol
lows:
We humbly beseech Thee, O Ooil,
tv bless tha work iv which we liuve
now beeu engaged. Let the leesons
we have received sink deep into
our hearts, so thai this shall have
been to us no idle ceremony, but a
means of edltioation in righteous
ness, aud truth, aud humanity.
May we all leave this place with
our good reiohatious strengthened,
our charities enlarged, and our
hearts expanded in all-embracing
love toward our brethren of every
tongue and clime. Bless, t) Heav
enly Father, the Order ot which we
are members; aid us in tbe good
work of beuevo.ler.oe and oharity,
to which we are pledged, and give
direction and success lo our efforts.
Bless this edifice in tlie promotion
of the good objects to whicli il haa
this day been set apart. Lot thy
protecting care be uver the breth -
rev who shall here meet together ;
keep their feet upou the right path,
and guide them by Thy power in
the way everlasting ; make them
faithful to their duties and zealous
iv every good word and work, so
tbat when the solemn close of life
comes, tbe soul of each may be
stayed on Thee; aud unto Thee, our
God and Father, be ascribed glory,
and dominion, and power, world
without end. Amen.
Grand Master—My brethren I
trust that tbe solemn ceremonies of
this occasion may not be lost upon
our hearts, In setting apart Ibis
Hall for its noble purposes, we
have renewed our vows to practice
conscientiously the lessons of our
beloved Order. Let us never forget
tho imperative commaud of our
laws, "to visit the sick, to relieve
tbe distressed, to bury ths dead,
aud educate the orphan." Let us
not forget, moreover, tbat besides
these good works of charity, Odd
Fellowship has high and important
lessons to inculcate; lessons that
if attentively listened to and prac
ticed by all, would elevate the
character of man, and hasten the
coming of the promised day ot uni
versal peace and love.
Brethren of Los Augeles Lodge,
we now again deliver into your
hands this beautiful Temple you
have elevuted to our Order. Joy
be within its walls aud Peace a
constant guest! May these walls
never echo witli the sound of an
angry or unkind word. May all
the influences that flow heuca be
good and for good,no w and forover.
—Amen.
Thu Chaplain then pronounced a
benedictiou which couciuded the
dedicatory exercises proper. Graud
Master Dauu delivered a short ad
dress which was v masterpiece of
seulimerit aud eloquent delivery.
He was followed by Graud
Chaplain Hill in a few appropriate
remarks, alter which the lurge as
semblage of members ot the Order
and invited guests dispersed, all
deeply impressed by the imposing
ceremonies they ha I Witnessed.
Tlie ceremonies were iuteispersed
at appropriate intervals with vo
cal music iv which the participants
were Mdrae Marra, Mr. F. B. Fan
ningand wife, Or. Cotbett, Mr.
Foster und Mr. Carter. Some very
line selections nf music including
two male quartettes, a mixed chor
us and a solo were rendered to the
delight of the audience. The ex
orcises altogether were impressive
and beautiful.
THE BALL AND BANQUET.
The ball in the evening, at Tur
n Hail, was a very brilliant
aftair. The Hall was tastefully
decorated with evergreens and from
lhe gallery depended bunting of
various kinds ou which were em
blazoned appropriate mottoee and
iusignias. The City Band dis
coursed delicious dance music aud
"on with the dance, let joy be un
conflned," was the watchword
until the wee sina' hours. Scarcely
could tbe scene of revelry described
by Byron iv Brussels have afforded
a brighter or more inspiriting as
semblage than that gathered last
night at Turn-Vereiu Hall.
'fhe rear hall of the Turners—the
gymnasium proper — bad beeu
fitted up for the banquet ball.
Through a happy conceit of Capt.
Gordon, the accomplished caterer
of the occasion, steps were placed
which ascended to the stage and
other steps which led down to tbe
rear apartment. Thus, when the
hour of twelve struck, the scenes
were thrown back aud the revelers,
ascending to the stage, passed over
it aud through the ample central
doorway, into the impromptu
banquet hall.
Too much credit cauuot be given
to Capt. Gordon for the perfection
of every detail or tbe feast whicli
encountered appetites whetted by
tlie exercise of the dunce. It was
.sumptuous iv the extreme und it
is hardly necessary to say that
ample justice was done to it.
Much of the enjoyment of the
evening was duo to the iudefatigu
ble efforts of tlie several commit
tees, which were made up as fol
lows:
Roceptiuii Committee—white ribbon—S.
H. Mott, W. A. Spalding, O. 0. Lira, a. H.
Buchanan, A. L. Bath.
Hour Manager—red ribbon—Leon Loeb.
Flour Committee—bine ribbon —H. W.
Bard, J. B. Smith, M.Lehman, U. K. Sew
ell, B. Marisen, Arnold Aron.
Take it for all in all, the Odd
Follows' demonstration yesterday,
embracing procession, dedication,
banquet and ball, was a signal suc
cess.
The Stanley Matthews Resolution.
The fo'lowlcg is lhe Stauley
Matthews Joint Resolution, which
has passed both bottles of Congress
by overwhelming major Hill:
Whereas, Ry the Aot entitled
"An Act to strengthen tile publlo
credit," improved March 18, l.StiJ,
it was provided aud declared that
the faith of the United States was
thereby solemnly pledged to the
payment iv coin, or its equivalent,
of all interest-bearing obligatiousol
the United States, except in cases
where ths law authorizing the is
sue of such obligations had ex
pressly provided that the same
might be paid In lawful money or
other currency tbuu gold aud silver,
and
Wiiekkas, All the bonds of the I
United States authorized to he is
sued by the Act eutitled "An Act
toauthurize the refunding nf the
Natioual debt," approved July 14,
I*7o, by the terms of said Act were
declared to be redeemable 111 coin
of tbe preseut etandard value, bear
ing interest payable semi-annually
111 such coiu; aud
Whereas, All bonds of the Uni
ted si la tea authorized to be issued
under the Act entitlied "An Act to
provide for the resumption of specie
payments," approved Jan. 14, 1873,
are required to be descriptive of
bonds of tbe United Slates describ
ed in the said Aot of Congress, ap
proved July 18, 1874, entitled, "An
Act to authorize the refunding of
tbe National debt;" and
Whereas, At the date of the
passage of said Act of Congress,
last aforesaid, to-wit, tbe 14th
day of July, 1870, the coin of tbe
United States of thestandord value
of tbat da te, included silver dollars
of the weight of 412| grains each,
as declared by tbe Aot approved
January 18, 1837, entitled au Act
supplementary to an Act eutitled
"Au Act establishing a Mint and
regulating the ooine of the United
States" to be a legal tender ef pay
ment according to their nominal
valve for any sums whatever—
Therefore, He it resolved by tbe
Senate (the House of Representa
tives concurring therein) tbat all
the bonds of the Uuited States is
sued or authorized to be issued un
der the sold Acts of Congress here
inbefore recited are payable, prin
cipal and interest, at the option of
the Uovernmeut uf tlie Uuited
States, iv silver dollar* of the coin
age of the United States contain
■t 1-j grains each of stivudard silver,
and Unit to restore to its coinage
such silver coins ai a legal tender
in payment of said bonds, princi
pal and interest, is not in violatiou
of the public faitb nor in deroga
tion of the rights of the public
creditor.
STOCK REPORT.
SAN FRANCISCO BTOCK AND KX
OIIANOR BOARD.
Hosama *bmio*.
HAH JTBANCI.OO. lID. 29.
Opblr M | 8 Bar 4 40
Mexican u'. I Utah 13
0 A O SH | Ballloo 4 76
Bfcß Iflj I Kicheuuer a Is
Os.lltornia' 27H I B Belcher 3 lli
Savage jr. | overman II
Oon Vs 2.HH I just lea iu'.
Chullar 32 H I Onion.. .. IH
BAN lv', | Alta »H
Crown t0ta1.... SH I Julia in
V Jacket »-. Caledonia 320
Imperial 10 I B BUT 260
Kentuck 414 I BT 3 00
Alpba 11H B island I
belcher IH | Benator 3 25
AFTERNOON QUOTATIONS.
Bam FaAKCisco, Jan. SB.
R * B _S Cea Va 2SW
Eureka Uen. JMM BAB H'-.gls 1 ,
Jaeksea :i>, Caledonia 3 10t»S
Alps >',»:'>!„ 0ak1r.... MMUii
Rye rateta ty, Cbollar 32
Belle lutMle** Oslllernta 27s
Manhattan \ty. Or Paint 5*2
O Prise i:t",fwlS'.4 Bullion 4 754)4 ~«
Argaaln I!*<3l :» Exchequer 3 <i 6
Star NY 2*2 03
Day i'..«l 20 Meilcae Hr.tU'
Bodie I} 4 GeuldAC EajQ
I.eedi iV,®i 4u Utah _..ls
Tip-Top 3 2<ij.i;-, -i Hill il S»Sdla
Justice li#)io»j Savag* KiiaiJW
Alta OWIiiSH Union <&*>«',
Jacket 8 Belcher t»tii
PS^^™^^»^^^^"^™aawaaaawn»ajamma
DIED.
Dealt.* Pakiiakecl anilii limiril
KMilcea, On* Dullar.
HOLMES In thli city, Jan, 29, Oaorgle
Holmea, aged six year*.
FOR, SALE—FOR RENT.
FOR RENT.
T he Improved land and part of the house
At Monte Vista,
With growing crops on a portion of the
land. Splendid bee ranch, tree from
Irost, fight miles west of the city.
Also, Fott SALE, beautiful hill lot en
Olive street, adjoining northeast corner
of Olive and Third strsets.
Enquire of JUtIUE THOMPSON or C.
LIN I'l.K V. J26tf
row taiki.
A BEE RANCH, situated about seven
miles freer! Los Vngaies, oa tha Cahuen
ga road. There is a, dwelling house on
ibe ranch, a honey housa hhu about S3ou
worth of bea materials, hives, etc. Ad
dress H. J., Loa Angeles P. U. jG-ltn
$1 to $1000 ta Lean,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
OFFICE.
Removed to Ne. » COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals tl to llweo.
on all kinds of personal property, sunn
as watouea, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Oold, silver and U. S. Curren
cr bought and sold. nlltf
FOR SALE.
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which wore heretofore reserved by Olas
aell A Chapman, are now offered for sale
or rent. eeTRAILKOAI) DEPOT VERY
CONVENIENT.
Apply toCAPT.GLASSELL.In Temple
Block, Los Augeles, or M. K. PARKER,
Orunge. diet!
Furnished House Far Sale.
A nice residence with brick cellar and
bath-room. All well furnished with black
walnut and reps rurnlture, and every
thing far heusekeeplng. Also, a store
room 20x40 feet square, all eaclosed en a
100 feet square, with twenty eld orange
trees, and on tho main thoroughfare of
the city. Enquire of o. W. Morgan, No. 4,
Temple Black, Sprlngatreet. d2»-tf
Sunny Rooms and Board.
Oonllamet. and their wives and single
gents cau be accommodated with board
and flue, large, front, sunny rooms, con
taining all modern conveniences and
home comforts, at the
KIMBALL MANSION,
New High street, only on* block
fr.im the Peslofflce and Court H*us*,aad
centtnaod* a charming vlaw of mountain
and valley. JelOtr
WANTS—LOST—FOUND.
r: iiw isnng*jnkw»tw»anamojm»aam
Wanted.
By a competent girl, a situation la a
small fam.ly lo do general housework.
Address C. C, Herald office. J2B-1W
Wanted to Hirs.
HORSE, BUGGY AND HARNESS,
For two or Hires months, for light use In
t.be country. almo, two er three gentle
Saddle Hun, s. Addraaa. P. O. box 1141.
Ja2o-3t
Situation Wanted,
By ti competent Japanese man, as cook
or to do chamber work In a hotel or prl
v<tter*mily. Oan milk cows and take
cure of horses. Enquire abUrange House.
Lot An l:«les street. In rear or I'athollc
Crl'li- ttn.l. Jtt'tW
Wanted.
I'.y a oair>natate)t Gai-man of experlsnoe,
wait hf iMiily,
A PLACE,
Either on ibftre*, sulat y, or, If small, the
reut of house for l aklug care or ir. e 3 ; or
a home lv town, tka bouidmg of the
owner for I be* nut Best of rtiierwm.e*.
Add ruse V* O. b.AI 417. jlMixt
Por Sale on Easy Terms!
A BARGAlN!—llsacras of choics farm
d. Uud In EL MONTE, twelve miles
t oiu Los At geles aad one-half mile from
Jennett's Hoiel xnd the lUliway Statlnu.
'rice ISO per mk . S2OOO down and the
• lUnca in ova and uo venrs.
*p[.ly t«» 11. MeLELLAN,
J-iMw Coiumerci.il Bank Building.
aatfy .« a, aw«. aa» W gnat
Tasoa U .t. \.j atoll. i B(J KnM jmumm mmi mrmn.
rt, Ji^' k * oLjk taw ami laatil
BtWSSW i,f»ii f .. .■:■! '■ aeul ;„ cafe.,. Cjmkc' fast avarrv
■SMsa " Jettuam Cl.arl." <tv (lifneeenad nailed eW B> eaavMu
fTnart, * ,i. Head paetaJ eaev) tor fCll aea-tieaweea. It, 8.-J
km »""!»-.. . i, ..i. an* far-iga aa* arUat*
•Meed b. ngwti. or ■.■..„,-,,, af o* F-wangn me*.
W. <l. IlftlA.vi. b.I. Mauubwtang. 10* . \\wmm
NEW TO-DAY.
«■ —- * ....... r ,
H. SLOTTERBECK & Co.,
Wo. 1 Commercial St.. Los Angeles,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps,
Cartridges, Wans, Fishing Tackle,
And •Ttrrtbl.i pertainlnc lo •roP.TRM EN •* GOODS. Uave an band tit. Inrpee*
and bestaMek »f HKKIUIf-I.OAUINU iHUTUU.Xa, RIKUM and PIVTUUnfeI !
boulbern Oalil.rnla. wn:«u we will atll at prices In suit tb. Usaea.
Af.uta for t»« ne,' iALLAKU KIFLICs, tbe BEST aad CMRAPKHT ttUM la ItwJ
wurld. BLOTTKKbK K'S CBLEBKATKU SPoKTINP RIKLB. .
■{•pairing Den* by Practical Workmen <\ CuaranteMN^
lUtm |
SPECIAL NOTICES.
s-rou* a ■MstiagraieMaa Jarsal.
" t have tned lite PnxuviA* Bracr. aa A
the result fully sustains your pradloUen.
Il has made a new aaaa of me, Infused la
in my system new vigor and energy. I
am no longer tremoloue aad debilitated,
as when you last saw me, but
heartier, and with a larger capacity Bmß
labor - mental and physioal-than at anr * •.
time during the last live years. Sold by
all druggists.
Every farmer who owns a good stock ot
horses, cattle and sheep, and Intends to
keep them through the winter abonld at
onco get a good stook of Sheridan's Car*
airy Condition lowders. One dollar's '
worth will save at least a half a ton of
hay.
a Remrkakli Cars.
Wear Xowmsemd, Vt, May 14, itan.
M xssn*. s. W. Kowlb A Bona
Gentlemen—Several years slnee 1 took
a severe cold, whioh settled on say lungs
where It remained without relaxation. I »
was tbon In Massachusetts, and growing .
worse aud becoming unable to attend is «
my business, 1 returned home and cam
menced searching in earnest for eoat#' *
medicine which wonld restore my lea*
Health. 1 consulted physicians nnd
tried many remedies, but obtained uu
help aud dally g.ew worse. I bad a ter
rlole cough and raised a good deal ol
blood. 1 uad profuse night sweats and
severe pain lv my aide. 1 continued m
thla state for mouths.und became so weak
that It was with great difficulty I eaatd
walk, when I was advised to try WiarAJTe
balsas or Wiu Cblsbbv, and, to
my great Joy I soon lound toat thla rem
edy had arrested ibe Disease. I oonuu
ued to use ths Balaam to the extern ofnr*
bottles and nave, since then experienced
aodlmculty ofthe lungs. 1 believe the
Balsam »aved myllfoand I shall ever bold
It in high estimation.
Yours truly,
Lewis pulps, '
A Widi-awaxb Youth's Papbbv—
• or Judicious edltiug, select and popular
j'tntrlbutnra, and aprtghly, entertaining
eadlng.ine FeutA'* Osmjasvum, of Boaiou -
tas no superior amaug tne youth's men
tations
t.veN's Katmalkuk make, beautiful
luxuriant, gioeey hair: preveute tv I*ll
-tug out or turning gray, it has stead th*>
Mat of 40years la obarmlngly perfumed
and has no rival.
Henry K. Bong, of Jeflvraon, Ualas,wan
oured or spitting blood, eoreneee and weak
aeea of the stomach, by the nee al John
inn's Anodyne Liniment Internally.
Be It st knee!
Persons who bave become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have tkejr,,,..
circulation at once restored by taking'la-'
to the stomach a leaapooarul of Jehnaoa's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed In n tittleoetd
water, well weetened.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ORANOE TRKKS
-F 1 O Tj BJ.
60,000 Orange) Tf;
FROM THUMB TO FIVE YEARS OLD,
AT FROM 110 to ISO per lie.
Sped men trees can be seen at tka Auc
tion House ef W. al. NOBTHCRAFT.
corner or Hprlng aad Market streets, or
by visiting tbe Nursery, within tea min
utes'drive ol the Court House. JzVlm
Evergreen Laundry.
Called ror aad delivered to any vert
of the elty, by
Rod ft Phillips, Adams ft.
Orders eaa he left at the beak stars af
Mr. Bam Hellmaa. Spring St. *1M(
TP XJ B 1.
Cheaper than Wood
or Coal!
COKE
FOR S^l^li,
BY THE
Lob Angeloa Cast Co.,
AT TU Kilt V AUD ON ALISO STREET.
$15.50 PER TON.
Is MM
Or. Mtotuhartk
ESSENCE OF LIFE
I B A POWERFUL AHB BFFICIBNT
remedy for the oure af nerjens aad
physical debility, spermatorrhea, "
weakness and premature decline. "-
Tka Essence af Life
Is the ealy safe and sure remedy and wUI
restore exhausted vitality without fall,
Krmanently and effoctually, na mailer
m what cause or of how long standing.
Tba Essence af Lilt)
Is pleasant to take, and Is free from all
uoxteus drugs; It gives tone to tke algee
llve organs, strength to tbe nerves, aad
ports** and enrlones tbe blend, thereby
eradicating all morbid aruptlens of Ike
akin.
Price, tl per battle, ar four Una ike
JuaaUty la oa**, $11, with fall dlreeUaaa
ire**. Bant t* any addreaa. mure fram
ab**rvatloa, upon receipt of price, wklak
may be cent byexpreee, rtglsUred letter,
ar Pmtotßee money enter, ar C. •. a.
within 4M mil** or San Prnnetsca.
Remrenaoc or tb* highest atanding aad
anquostlanable veraelty irom parsaae
lhat hay* aeea cored. To be had only at
DR. B. EINMART'*. iX KEARNY AT.,
Ban Franclaco. Cel.. u'.ere all I*l tars
should be addressed.
Offlee hour* from Da m.to 4 -. m. sud »
to I T. v. iuarl3-tv- lyr
To House Owners.
It Is now lhe bant setsoii of tha year to
paint building*. Ba not deceived Into
buying worthlaas paint nalxiurat, but
call at Lhe PAINT DEPOT ot
Foster, Howard A Co.,
No. 7 A i
Hample
tn*rket •■■*! >r« cv ,t." |
Silver ■<-. h<
mlum a.4uao,. -.. „
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