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Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
printed At low rates.
The Los Angeles Business Col
lege is now under the direction of
Mrs. F. E. Arnold, assisted by a
competent and experienced teacher
of penmanship and book keeping.
We trust that this institution
which has in months past met with
such deserved success will still be
liberally patronized. fl3-lw
Preuss & Schumacher, 21 Spring
street, opposite Court House, have
just received a largo invoice of
fancy goods imported expressly for
All those intending to purchase
Christmas and New Year presents
would do well to give us a call
and examine our immense stock of
cologues, hair oils, perfumes, ivory
toilet sets, combs, brushes, etc.,
ai'J a thousand and one articles of
utility and beauty, ornaments to
the boudoir and toilet table and
pleasing to the senses.
I ollur my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., ut tlio following reduced pri
BxlO $1 35
9x12 1 50
9x13 1 65
13x12 1 05
10x14 1 75
10x10 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x36 3 35
15x40 3 50
Other sizes in proportion.
2.0x6.6x1 inch $1 60
3.6x0.6x1J, moulded 1 90
2.8x6.8x1j " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1J " 2 25
2.10x6.10x1 J " 250
3x7xli " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
lm sept 27
Moore s Restaurant Removed.
William Moore, of great fame as
a caterer in our city, lias moved his
restaurant to more commodious
quarters a few doors below the old
stand, on Commercial street. His
many patrons, who kuow where to
ii nd a good square meal at half the
rates usually charged, will have no
triable in Mulling the uew loca
tion. Oct. 7-tt
(Jo to McKenzie's, 1-9 Main
■itreet, i'onet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors and
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
|Uors is guaranteed, and McKeti
iie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit, jlltf
' Go to Desmond's, Temple Block,
if you want to be suited in a lint,
cap or other head-gear.
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
Just received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
.n a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on baud. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Re
quena streets, opposite the U. 8.
Tbe Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
quena street, near Main, opposite
the Uuited States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried on in a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel ut ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., coustantly
ou hand. Jot: Bayer.
oct 4 If
tin to Fulton's Sulphur Wells.
They aro a sovereign remedy for
rheumatism, scrofula, liver and
kidney diseases. Stages leave the
St. Charles aud United States
hotels on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Sundays, returning the sumt day.
Boarding accommodations. Full
information to be obtained at the
St. Charles and United States
hotels, Exy Angeles.
Call on Caroline C. Burton, at
No. 148 Main street, proprietress of
the Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She mukos braids, curls
aud waterfalls at the shortest no
tice. Tangled hair straightened
and made up into any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways on hand. oct4-lm-eod.
For all kinds of tents, wagon
covers and awnings, go to John
bhaffer, No. 08 Alameda street, op
posite Sisters' School. He sells
and sews all kinds of canvas
cheaper than any one in Los An
geles or Sau Francisco, by hand or
machine. Second hand tents
bought and sold or to rent. ftUtf
Desmond, iv Tetnpleblock, oppo
site the United States Hotel, is
noted for tbe style and perfection
of bis hats. Give him a call and
rejoioo in a perfect head adorn
It is the opinion of all who have
seen Santa Monica in the winter
season, that it is the most beauti
ful place iv Southern California.
Its equable climate, the magnifi
cent sea and mountain views, to
gether with its uuequaled bathing
facilities, render it a most enjoya
ble resort for tourists and invalids.
M. D. Johnson, at the Sauta Mon
ica Hotel, is prepared to accommo
date wiuter guests in llrst class
City Bill Poster.
M. Engel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all tbe best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Otiice, No. 3
Market street. up26tf
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hugbes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tho Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dles will be waited upon by persons
of their own sex. novlltf
Genuine Joule's ale at McKen
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WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
0. 8. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the benefit of Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of obssrvattons taken at Los An
geles, Cal., February 14.1678.
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4:50 a. H. :IOl«i 4.i so N. I 5"l01 cur
1:50 p.M. 3007 00 51 SW. U Fair.
8:15 P.M. HO.OO 55 74 Calm | 0 |st Rn
Maximum Thermometer, fiO.
Minimum " 411.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Mr. A. Loth lan was among the
passengers by yesterday's overland
A special meeting ofthe Los An
gelos Typographical Union will be
held in the Supervisors' room.
Court House, ut noon, to-duy.
Angeleilos at San Francisco ho
tels ou the 13th: J. Edwards, Lick
House; J. Stewart, Overland; J. H.
General Stoueinau and Don Mi
guel de Pedrorena were among the
passengers by the overland train
from Sun Francisco yesterday.
The friends of Mr. 11. F. Dracli
enfeld are congratulating him on
tbe birth of a sou. He is in a highly
festive vein in consequence.
The assembly of Miss Richard
son, which was erroneously an
nounced for last evening, will take
place al Union Hall Ibis evening.
Dr. Giberson, of this city, by in
vitation, last evening, delivered a
lecture at tho Downey City Col
lege. His subject was the "French
Revolution," which he handled in
a graphic and masterly style.
The Nameless Base Ball Club
last evening authorized their Sec
retary lo send a challenge to the
Dauntless Ba9e Ball Club to play
for the Linde Champion Prize, ou
the 22d instant.
We learn Ihat a wealthy gentle
man of this city,the other day, sub
scribed $30 as a yearly subscription
to the Free Dispensary. A few
more such contribution! would
greatly assist tiie association in
their good work.
The proposed entertainment of
Ihe Congregational Church, at
which (he "Cricket on the Hearth"
and "Poor Pillieoddy" will be pre
sented, we learn, will lake place at
'ftirurVereln Hall next Wednesday
The East Los Angeles Literary
Society give one of their delightful
entertainment* at ihe school-house
In that burg this evening. The pro
gramme comprises songs, declama
tions and dialogues. Wo have no
doubt but Ihat a most enjoyable
evening will be passed hy all who
•We have Ihe information from
the authorities that opium eating
in Los Angeles is making rapid
progress. Its indulgence Is a form
of Intoxication but its treatment is
attended with difficulties that do
not apply to the suppression of al
We have received specimens of
Wolfskill's reka orange, a new
variety which has come into bear
ing the present season. The fruit
is large, of a very rich color, juicy,
and, for the time of year, remarka
bly sweet. For an early orange,wo
think it about the pleasautest fla
vored we have ever eaten.
We see it stated that Mr. Moiso
has bought tho lot adjoining the
Strelilx block on the south, on
Spring Street, on which it is ex
pected that he will shortly erect a
tine business house. Tho property
has a frontage of forty feet. It
was purchased from Mrs. Trudell,
but the price paid has not yet tran
Did you get any Valentines yes
terday? Wo did, you bet. Ono of
them depicted us as a Wild Irish
man and Ihe other suggested very
strongly that we belonged to the
pumpkin-head vaiiety of the ani
mal kingdom. Thanks, gentle
friends! We are nothing if not son
timental. We have pasted your fa
vors upon the inward walls und
shall cherish them most endur
Yesterday the mechanical depart
ment of the Daily and Weekly
Star was laken charge of by Mr.
John It. Farra. We congratulate
that joumul upon the acquisition
of a very valuable and thorough
foreman. Mr. Farra has been for
years a publisher himself, being
more recently one of the proprie
tors of the Sigoumey (Iowa) News.
He is a gentleman of character and
ability as well as of marked me
chunical skill. He will he found
to be tbe right man iv the right
The guests of the Kimball Man
sion intend making a picnic excur
sion lo the rancho Santa Anita of
Mr. E. J. Baldwin and the
orange gloves and other plaoes
of note in the San Gabriel
valley, to-day. The party will con
sist of Col. Russell and wife, New
York; Mrs. and Miss Wing, Glen
Falls, N. V.; Mr. aud Mrs. Farrer,
Salem, Oregon; Mr. and Mrs. Bre
merl, Oregon; Mr. Gardenheir,
San Francisco; Miss McGill, Vir
giuiaCity; Mr. and Mrs. Kimball,
of the Mansion.
With the view of supplying
fuuds for the Free Dispensary, the
gentlemen having that institution
lv charge propose to give a course
of lectures. Col. J. J. Ayers, of the
Evening Express, it will be seen by
tho subjoined correspondence, has
been invited to deliver tho first lec
ture and has accepted. His subject
will be "PioneerTim.es," which he
is capable of handling consum
mately well. We quote:
Los Anoeles, Feb. 12, 1878.
COL. J. J. Aykrs: Dear Sir—At
tbe regular monthly meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Los Au
geles Free Dispensary, held on the
Bth inst., it was decided to havo a
course of three lectures to be deliv
ered by three of our ablest citizens
for tbe purpose of raising funds for
the purchase ot medicines for the
Dispensary on Kequena street. It
was unanimously resolved that
Col. J. J. Ayers be invited to lec
ture ou the evening of the loth or
Thanking you for the many good
words you have said in the col
umns of your paper for tbe charity
we are connected with, and trusting
Ihat you will honor this especial
draft on your generosity, wo are
C. W. Gibson,
C. N. Duncmoou,
A. W. Potts.
Messrs, V. \V. Gibson, C. M. Duns
moor and A. W. I'otts:
Gentlemen: Your communica
tion requesting me to deliver a lec
ture on the evening of the 15th of
March, for the benefit of the Los
Angeles Free Dispensary, is re
ceived. Allow me to return my
thanks for the honor of Ihe selec
tion and to uccedo to your request.
I shall base my lecture on "Pio
neer Times" aud try to evolve a
new interest out of an old and well
worn theme. Yours truly,
J. J. Ayers.
L is Angeles, Feb. 14, 1878.
■Mrs. John (). Wheeler has made
quite au extensive douatiou of
books lo the Library, of which the
following is a Hat: "Life of Lin
coln," by Dr. J. G. Holland; "Lire
und Campaigns of Lieutetiaiit-Gen-
eral Oiaut," by P. C. Headley;
"Life Among the Apaches," by
Cremony; "Recollections of a Rusy
Life," by Greeley; "The Ladies of
the White Hou9e," by Laurn Car
ter Holloway; "History of the Re
bellion, vol. I," by Frost; "Origin
of the Species," by Darwin; "Os
wald Gray," and "A Life's Secret,"
by Airs. Henry Wood; "Gold and
Name," a novel, by Schwartz;
"Cuvonia," a novel, by G. Ruffln;
"Cruel as the Grave," a novel, by
Mrs. South worth; "Motherless," a
novel, by Miss Mulock. The above
are bound books and the following
in paper covers. "Dead Men's
Shoe 9," by liraddon; "Checkmate,"
by J. S. LeFanu; "Egypt Enni9,"
by Kelsie Etheridge; "Mildred's
Wedding," by Francis Derrick ;
"Owen Gwynne's Great Work," a
novel; "Barbara' 9 History," a nov
el, by Amelia B. Edwards; "The
New Magdalen," (two copies) by
Wilkie Collins; "The Traveler's
Chief of Police Harris, yester
day afternoon, wlilio sitting in his
office, received v message that his
presence was required in tlio Coun
cil Chamber. Thinking that he
had been scut for to explain some
thing about the opium dens, for
the suppression of which lie had
asked the Council to pass an ordi
nance, he obeyed tho summons,
and was somewhat surprised, ou
entering the room, at being asked
to take a sent within the bar, but
the climax of his surprise was
readied when Mayor MacDougall,
taking from his desk a hand
some case, in a few well
chosen words, presented him a
fine gold badge as tho insignia of
his office. The badge is in the
form of a shield, consisting of solid
gold elaborately wrought and en
ameled. The face bears the in
scription "Los Angeles Chief of
Police," and the reverse, "Present
ed to IS. Harris by his friends. Los
Angeles, Feb. 14th, 1878." Mr.
Harris was entirely lakeii by sur
prise, but he managed to utter a
few words of grateful acknowl
edgement for the honor conferred
upon him. It was a very pleasant
episode and one which the City
Fathers seemed to enjoy most
We direct attention to the rallle
of au elegant set of diamonds—
brooch, ear-rings and ring—adver
tised iv this morning's Herai-d.
The jewels can he seen in tho show
wiuilow of I'reuss & Co.'s drug
store, Spring street. Each article of
the set will be a prize, the highest
throw winning the brooch, the next
highest tho ear-rings and the lowest
the ring. There ere 750 chances at
$1 each. A rallle for chance tickets
will take place at tho Pico House
Saloon this evening nud at other
prominent saloons thereafter until
all the tickets are disposed of,when
the rallle for the jewelry will take
place ut some house hereafter to be
named. Mr. (jus Katzenstciu has
charge of Ihe sale of tickets.
The annexed udvertiscrueut,
which we clip from tho .Sun Fran
cisco Chronicle, does not speak well
for the captivating qualities of our
Los Angeles spinsters. For shame,
girls! The idea of allowing a good
looking young man, with a good
home und only 28 years old, to ap
ply to the world at large for a suit
able wife. Corral him hy all
/ueans: "Wanted —To make the
acquaintance of a lady between tho
age of 25 and 30 years; object,
matrimony; will give a good home;
is quod looking; age, 28 years. For
particulars address A. F. 0., lock
box 752, Postofliee, Los Augeles,
The committee having charge of
the grand ball of the Barkeepers,at
Turn-Vcreiu Hall next Sunday
night, have about completed all
necessary arrangements and the
entertainmeut gives promise of
being the event of the season. To
correct any misapprehension that
might exist, the committee desire
it to be understood that norn but
temperate people will be admitted
on the floor, and, out of brotherly
love, advocates of teetotalism will
be received with cordiality. They
have even concluded to apply all
surplus money over expenses and
profits to the cause of temperance.
Council met in regular session
yesterday afternoon, with Mayor
MacDougall in the Chair.
Present—Messrs. Mullaly, Lips,
Hollenbeck, Apablasa, Kercheval,
Potts, Cohu Jones and Oreen.
Minutes of the last meeting read
Mayor MacDougall in behalf of
the Council, presented' Chief of Po
lice Harris with an elegant gold
badge, as a token of the apprecia
tion of tlio city fathers of his ef
Mr. Harris replied feelingly.
The report of the City Judge,
showing flues collected $26 50. Re
The Chief of Police usked Ihe
passage of an ordinance suppressing
opium dens. Referred to the City
The Committee on Finance re
ported ns follows: Treasurer'! re
port correct; find $21 50 licenses
which should be collected; recom
mend rejection of the fruit dealers
petition; recommend that the city
join with the county in advertising
for bids for boarding city prisoners.
The Committee on Police recom
mend a window iv the female cell;
that tbey had bought twelve pairs
of blankets; recommend it new con
tract for stars with B. Hernandez,
at $3 05 each. Adopted.
Tbe special committee, on change
of assessment on Olive street, re
port in favor of assessment east
and west sides from north line of
Seconil to north line of Fourth
street; also on 100 feet each side of
Third street from west line of Olive
street. Adopted, and City Sur
veyor ordered to make the assess
Tbo report of tiie Health Officer,
announcing that there was no
small-pox in tho city, was file J.
The Committee on New Water
.Supply recommend the Issuance of
a bond of $1,000 to W. Moore.
The opinion of C. E. Thorn and
A. Glassell in regard to tho aot for
the relief of property owners on
Los Angeles street was, with the
City Attorney's communication,
referred to the Finance Commit
The resolution for the establish
ment of the grade of Main street,
from Ninth to California, was
Eslimate for Win. Smith on East
side ditch or 18000, was referred to
Committee on Water Supply.
The Committee ou Fire report in
favor of new hose carriage, at a
cost of not more than $500, for
Confidence Company. Adopted.
Protest against opening Fifth
street, froJl Main to Alitmeda, was
Mr. J. D. Bickncll was beard on
Mr. Potts moved to dismiss pro
ceedings wheu the property owners
giveihe city tho right of way to
San Pedro street.
Mr. Cohn moved to refer the pro
test to lbs Board ot Public Work*.
The rules and regulations of Ihe
Board of Delegates of the Fire De
partment were presented.
Tho petition of Bent and Hol
stead, to furnish the lumber neces
sary lo continue Hume on west side
of Pearl street, from Ninth to
Petition of E. R. Merrlmau, for
establishment of a Are alarm tele
graph, was Bled.
Notice that iniuranoeon hospital,
would expire Feb. IfttU, was tiled
aud renewal ordered.
Bill of Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals, $3, for tine
collected by Judge Peel. Allowed.
Bill of Grange store, SO cts , and
bill of Express, $5, were presented
The bill of Health Officer, Sit), for
vaccine matter, was allowed,
Mr. Holleuheck was grauted
leave of absence for four mouths
and his resignation from the Char
ter Committee was accepted.
Mr. Potts was appointed to 1111
the Charter vucnucy.
Committee ou Fire und Water
was appoiuted to examine into the
reason why the Water Company do
not lay their pipes on bill lands,
and why Mr. Beaudry charges a
Mr. Green asked that the chain
gang he put to work in the Park.
Mr. Mullally wanted the holes in
Bueua Vista street tilled up by tho
Mr. Potts presented figures on
Santa Ana Items.
We clip the subjoined items from
the 'limes of the 14th lust.:
There are eighseeu new houses
being put up within a radius of two
miles around Santa Ana,
Work on the Santa Ana Valley
Irrigating Company's ditch is pro
gressing lively. It is expected, so
we are informed, that it will be iv
running order by the first of April.
Patterson Bowers, of Orange,
has sold twelve dollars worth of
oranges off a five yeur old "cono"
tree These trees were planted 108
to the acre. Man wants or rather
needs but few "ucres' 1 here below.
We understand that H. Cassidy
and T. J. Smith have discovered it
large vein of coal iv the Santiago
Cation. They aro twenty feet in ou
the vein and it measures three feet
and nine inches in thickness. It is
said to be every way equal to the
coul from the Black Star miue.
Wo have seen specimens of
coal taken out of tho uew shaft of
the Black Star coal mine. The vein
of coal from which this specimen
was taken was struck at a depth of
thirty-five feet. Tho coal has the
appearance of being a much better
quality than any wo have seen from
At the regular meeting of the
Santa Ana Literary Society, ou lust
Tuesday night, the following of
ficers were elected for the ensuing
term: H. Walter Featherstun,
President; H. R. Wiley and Miss
Mollie Parish, Vice-Presidents; J.
H. Mellet, Secretary; Miss Dora
Lewis, Treasurer, and F. Butler,
Mrs. Howes and Miss Hotel, Exec
Thu sailiug of Iho steamer Los
Angeles has beeu postponed one
day. She will consequently leave
this port for San Francisco ou the
18th Inst., instead of the 17th, as or
The Charter Committee.
The Charier Committee held an
other meeting last night. Dr. Bush
iv the chair. During tho evening
the discussion ranged as far as sec
tion five of article three. Quite a
spirited little debate sprang up
upon the expediency of granting to
the city tho power to sell all kinds
of properly and as to the expedi
ency of establishing a limitation as
to the time when a deed should
pass to Ihe purchaser.
In the course of the debate ex-
Gov. Downey said the city of Los
Angeles once had a magulflcent
patrimony which had all beeu dis
sipated. The city lands had dis
appeared and there was now noth
ing to show for them. He was op
posed to grantiug the city any such
power of sale.
Ex-Mayor Beaudry was also op
posed to the grant of such power;
and, in the course of Ills remarks,
lie suggested that it was a pity Ihat
ex-Governor Downey had not al
ways shared his present views.
In reply, Gov. Downey delled
any one to show that he had ever
ucquired any lands from the city
without paying for them.
Tho sense of the meetiug was
! h it the city should not be allowed
losell property without a special
act of tlio Legislature and au ap
proving vote of the people. Tbe
whole subject was referred to a
special Committee, consisting of
the Messrs. Downey, Beaudry and
James. Another meetiug will be
San Gabriel Locals.
Tbe following items are from
Mrs. Nettie Sanford's spicy paper,
the iS'cmi Gabriel Valley News, of
B. D. Wilson is putting out 1000
orange and lemon trees in place of
the Mission grape. $t\
Mr. Falvey, Superintendent of
•Santa Anita Ranch, informs us
that lie Is preparing 500 acres for
Mr. Daltou informs us that the
Asusa Ranch will put in 600 acres
of barley, corn and beans this sea
Our newly elected Sheriff, Major
H. M. Mitchell, has all of a sudden
become protector of a large and
The orange grove of L. H. Titus,
Dewdrop Ranch, will this season
be one of the largest and best
yielding groves in San Gabriel.
Our County Supervisor, J. C.
Hanuon, is trying to get a road
from Savannah along the railroad;
also, a direct road from the Old
Mission to the depot ut Sau Gab
Mrs. E. J. 0. Kewen, of El Mo
lino, had a slight hemorrhage of
tiie lunge last Thursday. With a
few days of quietness, it is to be
hoped that she will be restored to
L. J. Rose, of Sunny Slope,
shipped, on the 2d instant, by rail
to Sun Francisco, thence hy sailing
vessel around the Horn to New
York, 20(10 gallons of brandy and
4000 gallons of wine for his house.
The Ban)a Anita Ranch will
produce, by March Ist, 800 cans of
lard of ten pounds each, 24,000
pounds of lard in barrels, 00,000
pounds of bacon and 800 hams,
which will be forwarded os needed
to the Baldwin Hotel, Sau Fran
cisco, also supply the ranch.
Lecture for the Free Dispensary
Los Anoeles, Feb. 11, 1878.
Gen. V. E. Howard— Dear Sir:
At a meeting of the Board of Di
rectors of tlie Los Angeles Free
Dispensary, held on the Oth inst.,
it was unanimously resolved to
give a course of lectures by three
or four prominent citizens, sit d
lectures to be at Good Templar
Hull on the evening of the Bth,
loth nnd 22d of March.
It was also resolved unanimous
ly Ihat Gen. Volney E. Howard be
invited to deliver the lecture on
the evening of the Sth of March.
It is not necessary for us to tell
you of the misery, destitution and
disease there is amongst the pover
ty-stricken class of all cities us
large as Los Angeles.
The worthy demand on our Dis
pensary on Requena street, during
the seven mouths of its existence,
have been great, and we feel confi
dent that you will aid us by your
eloquence, in this enterprise, iv
raising more funds for this charita
Hoping to hear from you soon,
we are, very respectfully, yours,
('. W. Gibson,
C. H. Dunsmook,
A. W. Potts,
Committee of Arrangements.
Los Anuiu.es, Feb. 14, 18TS.
Gentlemen:—lt will give me
pleasure to comply with your re
quest to lecture on tbe Bth of March
My subject will be Ihe Reciprocal
Rights of Labor aud Capital.
V. E. Howard.
Toe. W. Gibson,C, H. Duns
moor, A. W. Potts.
Says La Cronica: "A uew His
pano - American colleague is an
nounced to set out on its career
Thursday morning, with the title
of El Eco dc la Patria. It will be
of •mull dimensions, but of great
hopes. Hope is the last thing that
is lost, anil the newspaper-men of
Los Angeles have all given proof
that they havo a great capacity for
this virtue. This, to those who are
already in the labyrinth, is par
donable; but we are not able to
comprehend how it is that others
venture to enter it. Iv fact, it is
better to make shoes here than
Vent tiling to advert upon the
foregoing observations of our es
teemed colleague, we assure it that
we are not Impelled by the idea of
making a profitable business,
since we are aware of the painful
experiences undergone by news
paper-men heretofore, especially in
the crisis which California has just
passed through. We have been
guided, in establishing this weekly,
by the one end of maintaining the
rights of our compatriots, often
compromised in a strange country.
We shall devote to our newspaper
l ne moments wo are able to dispose
of, aud it will be enough satisfac
tion to have discharged our duty.
We shall be content, though we
gain nothing, if we simply lose
nothing. - - Ecu de la Patria.
Couuty Court S TEPHENS, J.
Thursday. Feb. i 4.
Miguel Ltonii va. Edwin Lauudy
Probat. Conrt STEPHEN!! J.
TiiuitSDAV, Feb. 14.
Estate of Frank Cowden, de
ceased —Hearing on return of sale
of personal property beard aud sale
The Stepping Stone to Health.
The acquisition of vital energy is the
stepping .stone to health. When the sys
tem lacks vitality, the various organs
flag In their duty, become chronically
Irregular, and disease Is eventually In
stituted. To prevail t this unhappy state
of things, the debilitated system should
be built up hy the use of that Inimitable
tonic, Hob tetter's Stomach Bitters, which
invigorates the digestive organs aud In
sures the thorough conversion of food
Into blood of a nourishing quality, Irom
whence every muscle, nerve and tlbre ac
quire unwonted supplies of vigor, ttnd
tbe whole system experiences the bene
ficial effect. Appetite returns, the sys
tem Is refreshed by healthful slumber,
the nerves grow strong aud calm, the
despondency begotten oi chronic lndiges
tiou and an uncertain state of health
disappears, and that sallow appearance
of the skin peculiar to habitual invalids
and persons deficient in vital energy, is
replac d by a more becomiug tinge.
DR. WALTER LINDLEY,
No. 19 FORT ar. (
Between Temple and Franklin streets.
LAND FOR SALE,'
Splendid Building Sites,
Wllh fine view of mountain and valley.
Also, the Very best lauds for FARMINU
anil ORCHARDS, for sale in
5,10 or 20 Acre Plots,
Or larger quautitles, if wanted, with irri
gating facilities and conveniently lo
cated. «K4T"Terms Reasonable.
Apply toe. S. MILKS, Palm street, or
at Miles Bros.' Oillce, near Depot Ana
helm, fee lm
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
Two'doon south of tbe rostofflce,
nur-Satisfsctlon guaranteed. fe'J-lm
TH E HERALD
HOU o E
Has facilities-for doing JOB
WORK not equaledin 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.
For Sale Cheap.
A Cottage and Lot on Hill
St., Near First,
Commanding a view of tho ocean antl
valley. Theund«rttgnt4 will disponent
the above property, witli a view to im
prove and build on the adjoining lots.
Apply to M. X X 1.1.1 lll'.ll.
Office—No. 1 Temple street. d 27 tf
The undersigned, a Ciorman lady teach
er, who lias a itiorougli knowledge ol all
educational branches, the teaching of
music and fancy works and has received
her diploma in (lerinauy as a school
teacher and teacher of Kindergarten aud
fancy works, is now preparing to give
lessons to children and ladies i n I he < Jer
man Laugusge, Fancy Work and Music,
at the OOKNBR OF MAIN A.N i> fiKC
Teaching the German language, fjr
children In classes,two lessons per week,
p*»r month, 82: young ladies, in classes,
%;i per month. Teaching singlo persons,
two hours weekly, for children, Si per
month ; for ladies, $5. Lessons In fancy
works: For children, $2 per month; for
Indies, $1 per month, weekly, four hours.
Piano lessons, weekly, two hours, $8 per
otiice hours, every forenoon from 10 to
11 o'clock. Jal7-lm IDA BUHH IDC.
Russian and Electric Baths,
li. HUGHES, in returning thanks to
the public for tholr liberal patronage,
can with confidence recommend bis
An the great rURIFIER end EQUAL
IZER of the human body, enabling the
system to throw oIT Its impurities and
giving to the lungs one-sixth more Inapt*
ration of air than can beontalnel by
breathing, by opening the pores of the
skin and giving full play to the I nsenai
bte respiration so necessary to physical
UTA female constantly on hand to
Opeu from 8 A. H. to" p. m. s23tf
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Wood worth & Co.'s
— AUD -
Mo. 1* loinm«r«l«l street, imi
Railroad Dtpot, mrao-tr-
■> V A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, FtUt
-11 ntshed Booms, with or without board,
Id a private family where there are no
other boarders. Address P. O. Bex No. 3M,
Los Angeles. 12 at
BY AN ACTIVE AND COMPETENT
young man, a situation In a store.
Address H. J., St. Charles Hotel. 13-Jt
Within three to live minute.'walk of
Temple Block, a coITAOK HOUSE of
about live rooms. Address s . Herald
Will be paid and no questions asked, for
English Gold Hunting Watch No. 39516,
Maker French Exchange, London. Had
small gold Albert chain attached when
missed. Finder apply at bherlff's office.
Came to tbe premises of the under
sigued, TWO HORSES, one bay and one
sorrel; sorrel white faced and four legs
white. Bay has a white spot on forehead
and one hind leg white. Owners will
please call and prove property, pay
charges and for this advertisement.
fe"-lw ' Sansevaine St.
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
To man and wife—THREE BOOMS,
furnished complete for housekeeping;
corner Charity and Fifth streets. fe9-lw
$1 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance ou collaterals tl to tllttu,
on all kinds of personal property, suob
as watches, jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Soldi sliver and U. 8. Curren
or bought and sold. nlllf
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Wblch were heretofore reserved by Clas
sen dr chapman, are now offered for sale
or rent. SUTRAILROAD DEPOT VERY
Apply to CAPT. QLASSELL. in Temple
block, Los Augeles, or M. F. PARKER,
Sunny Rooms and Board.
Gentlemen and their wives and single
gent* can bo accommodated with bOArd
and fine, large, front, sunny rooms, con
taining all modern conveniences and
home comforts, at the
New High street, only one hlcck
from the Postofflce and Court House, and
commands a charming view of mountain
und valley. Jel6tf
«* FASHION m&
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG.
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses nud Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept contUantly on
haud for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Horses Boarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
iurnlshed for private or public occasions
at tbe shortest notice and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
Jaittf WILSON * YOUNG, Prop's.
For business and educational reasons,
desiring to remove into Lo3 Angeles, X
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
rnolodlng residence and out buildings
horses, mules wagon, harness, ugricul
tural implements, etc., for . lie term of
TWO OH THREE YEARS.
The farm consists of vHM acres, on which
are4o,ooo grape vines, over 2,000 orange
trees, 700 English walnut trees, 000 lemon
nnd Mine trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almoud, fig, apricot,
plum, peagh, apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; two or three acres <.f alfalfa, fifty
no res vacuut arable laud, aud
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached lo the residence is a spacious
bath-room, sum*lying hot, col i and
shower baths. There U also a BILLIARD
ROOM, table aud appurtenances.
The farm I" most eligibly situated In
the FRUIT BELT ol the
San Gabriel Mission Valley
A>mul eight miles oust of Los Augeles
city, and neitr tiie Railroad statiuu ot
Man Lsubriei Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On udvintageitua terms, to-wit: One
third cash, (he balance in one, two, three
an l u.ur years, ai. 10 percent. Interest par
annum interest, pnyable semi-annually.
E.J. C. KKWEN,
Nos. 10 A 11 Strelitz Building, Spring RL
S. F. Bulletin aud Chronicle copy. o'«?lif
I ») n day at home. Agents wanted.
Olad i mt Mi md terms free. TRUE et
CO., Augusta.Maine. marMd&wly
H. SLOTTERBECK & Co.,
Mo. 1 Commercial St., Los Angeles,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps, I
Cartridges, Wads, Fishing Tackle, j
And everything pertaining to SI'ORTHM KN'S GOODS, linn oa band 111. largMl Urn
and beat .took of HRKbX'B-LOADINU MIIOTUII.NS, RIFLES and rUaVTUL* In 4 I
Houtbern Calilornla, wli'.ch w. will aell at price, to suit th* time.. ■
Agents for th. new II YLLAEID KIKI.BS, the KBST and CHK A t-EHT UUN til lb*
world. HLOTTERBKI'K'S CELEBRATED SPOKTINU RIFLE. I
Repairing Done by Praotloal Wotkmen A Guaranteed, m
■U Dm ''I
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. A H. W. Catherwood'e
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF ■
A Co., ttau Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rvo
Direct from Loui.vllle, Ky..by the B ttie
or Oallon, at LOW PRICKS.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
la provided with tha purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
»fKNul.li|[ A LIC ON BRAUOHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Angela..
Cheaper than Wood
Los Angeles Gas Co.,
AT THEIR YARD ON ALI SO STREET.
$15.50 PER TON.
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Hill all.
tra- BOAR 11 BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Term, Reasonable, olttf
Land for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
160 Acres of Fine Farming
On tbe Old LoeNietoa road, adjoin
ing tbe olty limits, for sale. —j
Apply to T. V. MOTT,
dlMm Room It, Motr. Building.
Eucalyptus Globulus or
10.00 PER POUND.
SONNTAG A CO.,
JSO-lw ail Merchant St., San Francises.
EBBENCE OF LIFE
18 A POWERFUL. AND EFFICIENT
remedy for the care of nerveae mm% g
physical debility, iperrautorchea.MßAtaai £
weakness and premature decline.
The Essence ef Life
Is the only safe and sure remedy and will wk
restore exhausted vitality without mil,
permanently and effectually, bo BsSteer
from what cause or of how long standi be
The ENseuce of Life
Is pleasant to take, and la free from all * j
uozUtus drugs; Jt give* tone to the dig—
Live organs, strength to the nerves, aad
purifies and emlehea the blood, thereby
eradicating all morbid eruptions of tha
Price, S3 per bottle, or four times ihe
quantity In case, IIG, with full dlroetlooe
for use. Sent to any address, secure fireea
observation, upon receipt of prlee, Wake*
may be sent by express, registered letter,
or Postofflce money order, er O. O. D.
within 460 miles of Han Franelaoo.
References of the highest standing sad
imquMHt lon able veracity from pari BBS
thai have been cured. To be bad oaly at
l»R. JS-faIINHABT'S. 490 KBAENT IT.,
sau Francisco, Cal.. where all letters I
should be addressed.
Office houre from » a. m. to 4 r. v. and 0
to i p, m. marls-ao-lyr
Montana Meat Market.
FUiKLINOKR* FRANK, JBJBY
Th. but and tendareat MhliH
In the market. Nan. bat the •SaaBBS:
aver to be f
tana Mea: . ml. 88881
rirat. Lu. „ii««
It Is now
buying worthless paint mAkiu-iy* .
call at the FAINT DEPOT ol JRtT -^g
Foster, Howard A
' No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, and .famine
samples of tbe BEST PAINTS In the
market before buying. star PRICES LOW.
Sliver taken at par. 'i he enrreut pre
mium allowed on gold and grernbsoka.