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The Herald Steam Printing
House makes n specialty of Legal
Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
printed at low rates.
Tho Los Angeles BuslDess Col
lege is now under the direction of
Mrs. E. E. Arnold, assisted by a
competent and experienced teacher
of penmanship and bookkeeping.
We trust that this institution
which has in months past metwith
such deserved success will still be
liberally patronized. f!3lw
Preuss & Schumacher, 21 Spring
t-treet, opposite Court House, have
iust received a large invoice of
fancy goods imported expressly for
All those Intending to purchase
Christinas ami New Year presents
would do well to give us a call
and examine our immense stock of
colognes, hair oils, perfumes, ivory
toilet sets, combs, brushes, etc.,
and a thousand and one articles of
utility and beauty, ornaments to
the boudoir and toilet table and
pleasing to the senses.
I oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
Bxlo $1 35
9x12 1 50
9x13 1 65
13x12 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x36 3 35
15x40 3 50
Other sizes iv proportion.
2.6x6.6x1 inch $1 60
3.6x6.6x1}, manlded 1 90
2.8x0.8x11 " 2 12
2.8x0.8x1i " 2 25
2.10x6.10x1J " 250
3x7x11 " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction iv paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, uuder the White House.
Moore's Restaurant Removed.
William Moore, of great fame as
a caterer iv our city, lias moved his
restaurant to moro commodious
quarters a few doors below the old
.laud, on Commercial street. His
many patrons, who know where to
rind a good square meal at half tho
rates usually charged, will have no
trouble iv finding the new loca
tion. Oct. 7-tl
Uu to McKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Pouet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors aud
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
quors is guaranteed, aud McKeu
iie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. j3tf
(Jo to Desmond's, Temple Block,
if you want to be suited in a hat,
cap or other head-gear.
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
lust received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot ami cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Re
quonu streets, opposite the U. 8.
Tbe Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
quena street, near Main, opposite
the United Slutes Hotel, aro agaiu
opened to the ladies and will be
carri d on in a strictly respectable
way,"Brf-rii*i»sS-'J .'.Jif.'SS,- witu •»
without escorts, may feel ,at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
on hand. Joe Bayer.
Uo lo Fulton's Sulphur Wells.
They are a sovereign remedy for
rheumatism, scrofula, liver and
kidney diseases. .Stages leave the
St. Charles and United States
hotels on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Sundays, returning the same day.
Boarding accommodations. Full
information to be obtained at the
St. Charles aud United States
hotels, Los Angeles.
Pall on Caroline C. Burton, at
No. 148 Main street, proprietress of
the Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
and waterfalls at tho shortest no
tice. Tangled Lair straightened
and made up into any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways on baud. oct4-lm-eod.
For all kinds of tents, wagon
covers and awnings, go to John
Shu Iter, No. 68 Alameda street, op
posite Sisters' School. He sells
and sews all kinds of canvas
cheaper than any one in Los An
geles or San Francisco, by hand or
machine. Second hand tents
bought and sold or to rent. fe3tf
Desmond, In Tenipleblock, oppo
site the United States Hotel, is
noted for the style and perfection
of his hats. Give him a call and
rejoice 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, tbe magnifi
cent sea and mountain views, to
gether with its unequaled bathing
facilities, reudor it a most enjoya
ble resort for tourists and invalids.
M. D. Johnson, at the Santa Mon
ica Hotel, is prepared to accommo
date winter guests iv first class
style. * j7
City Bill Poster.
M. Eugel, bill poster and distrib
uter. Ail kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all the best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Office, No. 8
Market street. ap26tf
Tbe Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tbe Pico
House. Gentleman aud la
dles will be waited upon by persons
qf their own sex. novlltf
Genuine Joule's ale at McKen
1 gijjs $\\stks grvaUl
THUR5DAY...........F88. 81. MM,
Herald Steam Printing House.
The laellltlcs or the Herald Steam
Printing House for doing Job work are not
surpassed In California outside ot Ban
Francisco and Bacramehto. All work en
trusted to us will bo executed with neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
Hereafter notices of companies, socie
ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted
In the Heralu as paid advertisements,
We rsserve, for Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
D. B. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the henefltof Commerce aud Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Oal>, February 20.1578.
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4:60 A. V. 30 08 45 76 N I i I Fair
1:50 P. K. 30 02 6:1 63 SE 7 UPrty
8:15 P.M. 30.01 54 54 BI 6 I Stßn
Maximum Thermometer, 63.
Minimum " 45.
Rainfall since last report 0.16.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Give us cheap fares, somebody.
Council meets in regular session
at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Judge Peel's first case for this
week was before him yesterday on
a charge of drunk and disorderly.
He got the usual five (lays.
Mr. R. D. Pitt elsewhere adver
tises $1,000 to loan on improved
city properly, at nun and one
quarter per cent.
Wo regret to learn that Col. E. J.
C. Kowen is Invalided. Pleurisy is
his ailment, aud it has attained a
gravity which we are much pained
to be obliged to note.
H. R. Brown, auctioneer, will
sell on the premises, this morning,
the furniture complete of house
No. 15 Franklin street. Sale com
mences at 10:30 o'clock sharp.
Rain commenced falling gently
about 4 o'clock yesterday evening
and, up to 8:15, IC-lOOths of an
inch bud fallen, with every indica
tion of an all night rain.
The Los Angeles river, augment
ed by the receut ruins, has mean
dered as far as Conipton, and, yes
terday, we learn, was flowing by
aud through that settlement in
The dramatic enleitainiuent for
the benellt of the Congregational
Church, which wa9 to have taken
place atTurn-Verein Hall laH eve
ning, has been postponed for more
We learn that tbe Messrs.
Lankershini & Van Nuys propose
to establish their flour mill within
the limits of Los Angeles, and that
they are now negotiating for a city
lot with that view.
For a wbolo year we have per
mitted ourselves to bo bullied by
the weather-cletk. We havecatight
the old gentleman off his guard this
yearanilwo propose to keep him
helpless for at least six years.
Mr. Winter, the enterprising pro
prietor of the Important store, is
about moving up loCenttal Block.
The fame of a go-ahead clothier
will attach to him wherever be
len.-ft a telegram has
been sent to Deputy Sheriff White,
who went up to Sun Quentin n few
days ago with a prisoner, to remain
there to bring Waller down, whose
presence will be required here to
testify In the case of the People vs.
Parker, set for trial March Ist.
The Western Union Telegraph
Company held on to their lines
through the late storm with the
grip of death and a constancy
which secures our admiration.
Tbey kept hold of their coast line
until lij m. yesterday, when the
tricksome wires gave out even on
this dernier resort.
Wo were favored with a call yes
terday from Judge Hepper, of
the Monte. Tho Judgo isapplying
his energies to having a township
trespass law, which will simplify
aud cheapen the preseut process,
passed by tbe Legislature. His
idea is a good oue and we heartily
second it. The present system Is
cumbrous and costly.
The Los Angeles Guards come to
the front with a determined pur
pose to celebrate Washington's
Birthday fittingly. It will be seen,
by advertisement olsewherc, that
they propose to parade and to have
a grand military ball iv the eve
ning. The kistory of this company,
and a knowledge of the enterprising
caliber of its members, justify us in
predicting that their demonstration
Will be a signally successful one.
We had the pleasure of a call
yesterday from our handsome and
fresh-faced middle-aged friend, ex-
State Senator Charles Maclay. He
tells us that the San Fernando
valley is going to distinguish itself
this year. Fully seventecu thous
and acres of wheat are sowed iv
that valley alone, the sowing hav
ing been liuished last week. Nor
is that all. The crop will be un
precedented In volume. In addi
tion, three thousand acres of bar
ley have been sown. For a single
nook of Los Angeles county this is
a good show lug.
We dropped iv at Qil JoneVs
family grooery, No. 41 Spring
street, yesterday and were sur
pried to see the extent and variety
of his stock. His store, though
small, is fully supplied with every
thing iv tbe grocery line, including
canned and dried fruits, hams, ba
con, butter, eggs and, indeed,every
article necessary to comfortable or
even luxurious living, all of which
he sells at the ' mqst satisfactory
Unless (his eternal caterwauling
about the Southern Pacific and
Texas Pacific liailivay is stopped
the Herald will start in and build
a transcontinental railway below
tho snow belt itself, providing it
can get a subsidy of the proper
magnitude. On our road every
body will regulate his fares autl
freights lo suit himself, tho princi
pal thing required being that he
shall treat the conductor at proper
The Charter Committee were en
gaged yesterday in discussing iltat
part of the charter relating to the
condemnation of property lor pub
lic uses and the mode of levying
assessments for opening streets.
They arrived at the conclusion that
while the met hod of levying by the
foot front has, in some instances,
worked injustice, it is, generally,
tlie best plan that can be adopted.
The next meeting will be held at
tlie sumo hour and place on Satur
Mr. Uus Jorrcs, who las been
connected with tlie Commercial
Bank of Ibis city ever since its or
ganization, has returned to San
Diego to take a position under his
father, Mr. Wm. Jorres, County
Treasurer. /3us is a young gentle
man of an obliging disposition and
we have no doubt will make an ef
ficient assistant County Treasurer.
We wish him success in his new
The friends of the Murphy move
ment in this city hold an adjourned
meeting at Clood Templar Hull this
evening for the purpose of effecting
a permanent organization. The
audience will bo entertained by
speeches from able orators ami en
livened by suitable songs by Mr.
Fanning aud others. A large at
tendance is expected.
Oflicers Thorpe and Fonck, who
on Tuesday morning went out in
search of Gabriel Villa, accused of
stealing a horse, returned yestor
day afternoon without having been
able to And their man, although
they heard of him frequently dur
ing their 3G hours hunt.
Mr. Banford Lyon, of Pico
cation, informs us that, owing to
the impassable condition of the
road, on account of washouts caused
by the recent rains between tho
end of tho pipo line and the refin
ery, the oil Is running to waste and
flpwlng down (ho cafion in large
Dr. Luppo was called yesterday
morning to see the Chinawoman
to whom a dose of slrychnine had
been administered the night before
by a jealous lover. He pronounced
her to be out of danger, but still
.suffering from the effects of tbe
At ten o'clock to day there will
be a Requiem mass for the soul of
Pius IX. at tlie old Cathedral.
Father Peter informs us that Bish
op Mora is expected buck from San
Francisco, in which case it will he
a solemn Pontifical mass, sung by
How do you enjoy being without
telegrams'? We don't even know
how the Santa Clara county elect
ion came out.
The raffl) for tbe fast trotting
mare, Los Angeles Maid, will take
place next Saturday evening at 7
o'clock, at the Orient saloon.
There is quite a colony of Ore
goniuns in our hotels. Put this
and that together.
Editor Hhhald: That seciion
of tho new Charter which would
require the Common Council of
our city to discriminate against
any clasu of people who are pro
tected by our laws, and who have
come to this so called " land of the
free" to better their condition,
see*ms iV,'.'no in bad taste and looks
too much like a reVfiVtl fl£ _ l 'j e
spirit which induced legislators, iv
years gone by, to enact laws inimi
cal to people of African descent.
Tho Council have, heretofore, in
making contracts for work, insert
ed an inhibitory clause which has
effectually prevented tho employ
ment of the much abused China
man. Let them continue to do
this, but don't degrade the citizens
of Los Angeles by attempting, in
framing a new Charter, to oppress,
or discriminate against, any class
of people on account of " race, col
or or previous condition." It were
well, perhaps, that the Charter
Committee should be governed, to
a limited extent, by recent amend
ments to the Constitution of our
couutry. It is generally believed, iv
the East, that a Chinaman cannot
obtain redress iv a California court
for an injury iullicted by a white
man, be he a foreigner or native
boru. It is also believed that the
outcry against the Chinese is en
couraged by demagogues who seek
political preferment by catering lo
the wishes of those who hate the
Chinaman because ho is industri
ous, hate the capitalist on account
of his thrift, and who hate the holi
es! working man who, content with
his lot, will not join them in their
outrages upou a quiet, inoffensive
people. Citizens, competent to
frame a Charter for a city like this,
though they may, as individuals,
dislike a certain portion of the for
eign element in our midst, will not
certainly hold us up to ridicule by
incorporating their sentiments of
dislike iv a city Charter. Let the
Committee "bo wise without in
At Oshkosh, Wis., three gamblers
laid a plan to clean out a fourth at
poker. The victim was dealt four
aces, to induce him to bet, but was
given six cards so as to make a mis
deal. But "greeny" backed his four
for all hp was worth and won,
when his opponents charged him
with having another card secreted
about his iierson. A search re
vealed nothing, aud he departed
witli his wiuniugs. It was after
ward discovered that he had slipped
the extra card into a sandwich
which he was eating while playing,
and had actually eaten it.
.Lace mittens are worn for eve
ning, matohing the ilress in color.
They may be found iv all shades.
One of tbe favorite colors Is tilleul,
Ice wool is the favorite for knit
ting this seaßon. It would seem to
be a good material for (lightening
the effect of a chilling reception,
Los Angeles, Feb. 20, 1878.
Editor Herald: A communi
cation appears iv this evening's
Express which does great injustice
to myself and William K. Badger
(with Hecht Bros.) and which is
uutrue in all essential particulars.
It is true that Mr. Badger and my
self visited Downey on business,
and that we hired a team from Mr.
Pollard to take us to El Monte, for
which we agreed to pay S3, aud
which we did pay to the driver,
who took it, and remarked that he
thought the price was to have been
$4. We replied that the price
agreed upon was S3, but ruther
than have any dispute we tendered
him another dollar, which here
fused to take aud left seemingly
Satisfied. We retired to ted think
ing untiling more about the mat
ter, until we were awakened by
Constable John McGarviu, of
Downey,who attached our baggage
for one dollar, claimed to be the
balance due for driving us to El
Monte, and attachment costs. Be
ing desirous of leaving the town,
wo of course paid the judgment,
amounting to Sl9 10.
We notice the communication
referred to simply to correct the
false impression it is calculated to
produce and to protest against the
exorbitant and unjust charge of
the Constable aud Justice of the
Peace, to which we were obliged to
submit or leave our property iv
their possession. The above state
ment can be substantiated by dis
Willi Hosenbaum & Einsten.
Wm. K. Badger,
With Hecht Bros.
Hinton's Handbook to Arizona.
Having given some casual alten
tion to this work, we endorse it ns
of decided value. Imprimis, one
of its features is a map wblob we
have heard spoken of by engineers
familiar witli Arizona as a very
valuable and conscientious achieve
ment. Col. Hinton has made two
quite thorough explorations of
Arizona. He is a gentleman of
quick observation, a keen eye for
tbe practical as well us the
picturesque and quite graphic
powers of narrative. Ho has
called liberally upou the notes of
earlier writers on Arizona and lias
thus made his own treatise n
storehouse of fact, fancy ami topo
graphic detail. Wo think that lie
lias timed tlie advent of his book
very happily. An unusual degree
of attention is now concentrated on
this territory. Experience!! pros
pectors are if opiuiou that, from a
mining standpoint, it is tlie "com
ing laud." Thousauds of interested
persons will Unci in Col. Hinton's
book a something that will abridge
tbe field of their own inquiries, as
sist them in making a visit to the
territory pleasaut and profitable;
and, besides, the "Handbook" will
give the merely curious several
hours of enjoyable reading, There
will undoubtedly be v large de
mand tor tlie book in this section,
as there certainly ought to be. We
should learn all we can of our
prized "back cjuntry."
Resolutions of Condolence.
At a regular meeting of the
Board of Managers of the Ladies'
Benevoleut Society, hold at Good
Templars' Hall, Feb. 10th, the So
ciety received through the Secre
tary, a donation of twenty dollars
from Mr. and Mrs. Ducommuti in
the name of their little sou, lately
deceased. Upon acceptance of the
same a vote of thanks was taken
and the following resolutions
Resolved, That, in behalf of our
Society we tender to Mr. and Mrs.
Ducommun our heartfelt sympathy
in this theirsad bereavement.
We earnestly hope that they may
aS snared further atlliction, and
that, while "9B ready and willing to
relieve the sorrows"' 6\ f others, the
Good Father will reward tßtttHlUti)
Mrs. W, B. Caswkll.
Mrs. H. New.mark,
Mrs. W. W. Boss,
By order of (lie Board.
Los Angeles, February 19th.
Anaheim and Vicinity.
We clip tlie following from yes
terday's Analieim Qazetle:
The Santa Ana Valley Irrigation
Company have nearly completed
their tunnel through Bullwell
Point, aud the job is said by prac
tical excavators to be a lirst class
piece of work. Mr. Dorsey Dentil -
son, tho gentleman iv charge, is an
old tailroad man, and thoroughly
acquainted with the business of
boring holes through hills.
Mr. J. T. Devln, contractor on
Hie JLos Angeles and San Bernar
dino county road, is in town and
reports that, weather permitting,
the work will be completed in about
I hi it weeks, The late freshet in the
Santa Ana river has caused slight
delay and somo damage to the
newly built road, Mr. Devln is
doing good work, and wo wish him
success on his contract.
A store, hotel, saloon and black
smith shop are all that is needed to
make a town of Silverado, and wu
do not doubt there is a good open
ing for parties who will embark in
any of those branches of business
at that place. Some of the discov
eries lately made iv that vicinity
are undoubtedly valuable and will
be developed with considerable ac
tivity. There are quite a number
of prospectors iv the hills, and new
strikes are reported almost daily.
From a gentleman living in tbe
Lomas do Santiago we learn that
there Is much rejoicing thereabouts
over the favorable prospects for the
coming season. Bee meu are par
ticularly jubilant. The sage crop
promises well, and many flowers of
many colors aud mucli sweetness
are already to be seen on the sunny
elopes,wbile the allllerillo In ninny
places has attained the height of
eighteen or twenty inches. Stock
are doing well, and in fact every
thing looks prosperous with our
" hlghlanders." The late rains
have caused a considerable rise of
the waters of tbe Santiago creek,
which is said to be higher now
than at any time for a number of
How to Get Rid of a Wife.
A Paris gentleman, M. Duval,
has discovered a new way to get
rid of a troublesome wife. .She was
fond of spirits and society, and he
had endured her preseuco as long
us he felt he was iv honor bound
to do. So he rubbed her all over
with petroleum and then set flro to
the oil. At 11 o'clock iv the morn
ing he burst inti» a neighbor's room
to tell how his wife had just
burned herself and how he had
scorched his hands in attempting to
put out tlie flames. The neighbor
followed him to Hie scene of these
experiments in oil and found the
woman lying on thelloor senseless,
hut still breathing. After a little
she regained her consciousness suf
ficiently to speak, and with her
last breath she charged her hus
band with having murdered her.
M. Duval, on being arrested, de
clared that his wife was in delir
ium tremens when she accused
him, but the physicians insist that
she had her full senses. From
first to last tlie story Is peculiarly
French, and the result of tlie trial
doubtless will be a fitting sequel to
il; the murderer will be sunt to
prison for a few mouths.
There are three forms of ilresses
popular this season. The pritieesse
ilress, the polontiaise unit the skirt
with tuuic ami basque boilice. The
prineesso robe is reserved lor what
is called in France la grande
toiletle, and is subdivided into the
Medici anil the Sultuue dress.
Worth lias recently been making
the Medici dress of thick white
satin, the front in white embossed
velvet, and all the embossed flow
ers outiiued with white jet beads.
Tlie Medici dress is a low one, but
tlie bodice is cut square, and the
short sleeves are high 00 the shoul
der*, Tho sleeves in this instance
are embroidered with white jet.
The Medici robe lias always v
Straight tablier formed of it wide
hunt) of either embossed velvet or
embossed -it in, or chenille or col
ored jet worked on net. The Sul
tana dress is princesse in form and
cut, but a scarf or sash in the East
ern style is always worn over it.
The folluwing example will de
scribe the make: A blue faille
robe of the shade called "lac;" the
satin tublier of the color known us
"old gold," but entirely hidden
under an embroidery of gold, jet
and moss green and lac chenille.
'The scarf, which is richly embroid
ered witli gold, Is fastened at the
side witli large bttttcrllies made of
chenille and jet.
A unique garniture for a ball
ilress consists of a grapevine, with
leaves and bunches of hanging
grapes, having a most natural ap
Cunaaif •man Stephens, j.
Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Ileitis vs. Walker—On trial.
Peubato Court Stephens J.
Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Estate of V. J. Rowan ot ul,
minora—Petition for letters of
guardianship by T. K. Rowan
granted; bond $1,500.
listato of Simon Goldstein, de
ceased—Contest of claim of A. W.
KIIOM J UOMON, Oir.I.KTI'K A 111 BSON *S TK A N
aoafPToir iiKcoitos, rsß. 90, 1373.
J B Hutoklna and 0 t Packwood, by
Kherltt', tj Bllia Bnelt—Lou, Kymau
tract. Wan Antonio ranetio, 88 77 acres;
.Ihs Huntington toC B Wright— Bill of
sale of uursury stock, for value received.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
WKDNKSDAY, Pel), :0.
Oims Gefrlsb, Boot* j lttßrri.ttn,T.nieo
i; v ca.a, Ban Fran ula
Wat Bayers, do Ja. Mcc, Oakland
.1 il William., do T 0 Porter, Ban Ker
DrO BConner, wf«% 0 V Willis, no
ohlld.Paiadena J McKudden.K Ann
.1 H Ham, Lemore P Pleroe, Htr Newpt
.1 Yarnell, city 0 Uarnier, Downey
3 A Howard,B Gbrl I. (Jarnier, do
" GMND RAFFLE!
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THREE ELEGANT ''-
DIAMOND PRIZES !
H Ighcst Throw wins a Magnificent DIA
Next Highest wins a SET OK DIAMOND
Lowest wins an ELEGANT DIAMOND
750 Chances. Si ti Chauee.
The Jewels are on exhibition al Prents 1
Drug Store, Spring street.
Rattle to take plaeo as soon as tlie
chances are ul I taken.
NO OUTBIDS BXPBNSB. felj-lw
F TJ X
Cheaper than Wood
Los Angeles Gas Co.,
AT Tll EI It V AUD ON ALISO STREET.
$15.50 PER TON.
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNG,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia St.
Horses anil Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kepi constantly on
baud, for the ueootumodatlon of Hie nub-
lie. Horses Hoarded by the day, week or
month at roasnnable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the shortest, notice and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
Jn2ltf WILSON A YOUNG, prop's,
4% *% A 1 year lo AroiU. "i:tni ,iml a
V VHIIII"' *»•"' ""• »'»r terms
O & UU Udrew, J. Wor**Ce., ».£o«i.,Jli .
The Laboratory of the System.
The stomach is the laboratory of the
system, in which ceitain mysterious
processes are constantly going on. These
result in the production of that wonder
ful vivifying agent, ttie blood, which in a
state ot health rushes laden with the
elements of vitality to the remotest
parts of tbe syNtem. But when the
stomach Is semi-paralyzed by dyspepsia,
blood manufacture Is carried on imper
fectly, the circulation grows 111iit and
sluggish, and tlie system sutlers iv con
scquenre. Moreover, indigestion re-acts
upon the liver and bowels, rendering the
first sluggish and the latter constipated.
Tho brain also sutlers by sympathy, and
sick headaches, sleeplessness aud ner
vous symptoms are engendered. Hosti-t
-ter's Sionich Bitters reforms this state of
things, gives permanent lone and regu
larity to tlie stomach and its associate
organs, tlie bowels aud liver, and ensures
complete nourishment and increased
vigor of the system. It is the most pop
ular as welt as the most etliclent aiilt
dyhpeptte and tonic in America,
rrum n UlMlliiyrniMiieu Jurist.
"1 hnve tried lhe FMBOVtAH Hykup, and
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new man ol'me, infused in
fo my system new vigor aud energy. I
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, and with a larger cu<mcily lor
labor—mental and physical— than ut any
time during the last live years. .Sold by
Kvery tanner woo owns a goud stock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and Intends to
keep them through the winter should at
once got a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powder*. One dollar's
worth will save »t least a halt a ton of
Do It at Dnce !
Persons who have become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking in
to the stomach a teaspoon till of Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed in a little cold
water, well weetened.
A Remrkablo Cure.
West TowNSltNl), Vt., May 11, I*lo.
M i> ssks. a \V, I'owLEi Sons.
Gentlemen—Several years since 1 look
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where it remained without, relaxation. 1
was then in Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend to
aiy business, l returned home and com
menced searching in earnest for some
medicine which would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and daily g.ew woise. I hod a ter
rible cough aud raised a good deal ol
blood. 1 bad profuse night sweats and
severe pain in my side. 1 continued in
tills state lor mont lis.and became so weak
that it was witli great difficulty 1 could
walk, when 1 was advised to try Wistah's
Balsam of Winn GnaaßY, and, lo
my great joy I soon lotllld tual this rem
edy had arrested Ihe Disease. I contin
ued to use Hie Balsam to tlie extent ofUve
bottles and have, since theu experienced
HO difficulty of the lungs. I believe the
Balsam saved my lite and I shall ever bold
it in high estimation.
Law is pit Kirn,
A Wins-Awake Youtu's I'ai'ek.—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, and sprighly, .utertalnlng
reading,the routA'j Companion, of Boston
lias no superior among tlie youth's publi
I.von's Katiiaiiion makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its bill
ing mil or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 years Is churminglv perfumed
< ii,l has no rival.
Henry K. Bond,of J.ffer. Maine,whs
cured ul spitting blood, soreness and weak
ness of ttie stomach, by I lie use ot John
-oil's Anodyne Liniment internally.
lIV L. OTS TO SUIT.
5000 Acros of the Lake
Vineyard Land and Wa
The best orange and sera I-tropical fruit
land In tb6 Slate; located in the heart of
tlie San Gabriel valley, and in the midst
Ot the olilest. and largest vineyard! and
orange groves of Los Angeles county.
No water rates charged. The purchas
er of land (nun this Association receives
not only his land hut also a proportion
ate share of an inexhaustible water sup
ply, the most complete Irrigation system
in tlie State, which lias cost the Associa
tion already over $49,000forditohes, pipes
and reservoirs alone. Water in Iront of
every lot. Churches and school houses
on the tracts. The s. i\ it. it. passes
through the lands. The orange orchards
and vineyards on these lands
aud In (he vicinity test their
oapabtlUy for this culture. The title, 1*
perieri. <J• a:it bargain and sale deeds
given. iM.vs reduced to suit tho times.
A map of the Tract may bo seen at the
office of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High
street, opposlle l*loo House.
All communications addressed to the
Secretary will receive prompt attention.
F. w, WOOD.Secy.
v l.ttf Los Angeles. Cal.
NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW.
18/8. NEVV SERIES. 1878.
PubUlheil Once In Two MontW.H.
fVfes, $5 a 1 "ftlfj in Admincr.
fHJ. NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, IS
* entering on a new series under new
management, will retain all thai lias made
it, for over sixty years, so Important an ele
ment in American literature.
Its more frequent issue, ami the addi
tional writers engaged fur it, will hereafter
enable it to discuss more promptly and
thoroughly tlie vital questions of the time
—political, economical, social, industrial)
scieutiiic, educational, literary and mural.
Tho KEVIEW is not Iho organ of any
party, sect, school, clique, or of its editors,
but of the best scholars, thinkers, scientists,
statesmen, writers and critics of the day.
With this aim and character, with this
honorable record, and with tho abuudant
resources at its command to make good its
promises, the NORTH AMERICAN HE
VIEW commends itself to the favor all of
TERMS—S3 a Year, iv Advance.
JAS- R. OSGOOD & CO.
WINTIIKOP SQUARE, IJOvSTON.
IMPROVED KAY FORK
l Patent Applied Fur. |
la the most poifoet, ami easiest operating
derrick fork In existence. One man can
operate it with the greatest ease. as the strain
of lifting the fork causes it tv grapple its
load autoiuaticallv, while a pull upon the
releasing cord, when tlie tork has hoeu lil ted
to the desired place, causes it to drop the load
There is nothing la the construction of thla
Fork that B liable to got out ot order.
Farmers will do well to examine this ll.y
Pork, as it saves nMN and greatly facili
tate, the handling ul hay, grain and straw.
Communications addrtssed to
J. T. lIOYT, Gou. Agent,
Ban Mateo, Cal,
NURSE GIRL WANTED-Wages, $8 to
$1(1. Apply at white cottage, No. 3
Fourth street, between Main and Muring.
Within three lo five minutes'walk of
Temple Block, a COTTAGE HOUSE or
about live rooms. Address S., Herald
A One liver colored SETTER 1)001
was picked np running .boat the street,
by Orlieer Thorpe. Has on a leather col
lar, with a numbeied brass tag. The
ownercau recover the same by applying
at Police Hendqtiurters. lel7'-3t
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
$1 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
ttemoved to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on c >1 laterals it to JlOOO,
on all kinds of personal property, Much
as watches, jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, silver aud U. S. Curren
cy nought aud sold. n 11 If
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
FIVE ACRES LAND
On Washington street, east of Flgueroo.
Deautllully located; will bo sold very
cheat.. Inquire at this office. fel7-lw
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by Glas
sell <fe Chapman, are now ottered for sale
orrent. sarRAILKOAD DEPOT VERY
Apply toCAPT. GLAHSKLL.In Templo
Block, Lot Angeles, or M. F. PAKKfcR,
Sunny Rooms and Board.
Gentlemei. and their wives and single
gents can be accommodated with board
and fine, large, front, sunny rooms, con
taining all modern conveniences and
home comforts, at the
New High street, only one block
from the PostotHre and (Jourt House,and
commands a charm lug view of mountain
and valley. JolOlf
Private Boarding House,
No. '14, cor. Third and Hilt sts.
«fc*s-BDARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OK
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. olStf
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
Proas thelr.genU, DICKSON, DcWOLF
& Co.,.San Francisco; ulso,
Old Bourbon and Rvo
Direct from Louisville, Ky., by t lie Bottl.
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whisk- y.
Enfllish Ales and Porter.
TIIIO !«» AM KOOM
Is provided with the purest
WIN ICS, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
•V KNGLHH AIM ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Angeles,
Land for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
I 65 Acres of Fine Farming
On tlioOltl L">t*Nletoi vo iil, adjoin
ing tlte city limits, i'.ir Bale.
Apply to T. 1). KQTTi
dS7-lm Room lo.Mott's BnUdlng.
Eucalyptus Globulus or
SO.OO PER POUND.
80NNTAG & CO.,
SEED MERCtJ ANTS,
JJO-lw 6! IMi reliant St., ban Francisco.
No. 8 SPRING ST X RET.
All kinds of Fiim-nil Work carefully
at landed to by tbeou|.-«l and most expe
ne cad ptroteMilonttls lv the business.
Full Charge Taken of Remains.
and Interment* made in Catholic, City
and Evergreen Cemeteries. M.psofeach
s>«r Bodies embalmed, prepared and
shipped to all parts Of the country.
Tho only Arm exclusively in the Under
tauing bus:ti"-s. We own our own ve
hicles and I.M! stock. The only com
plete stock ol
Wooden & Metalic Burial
Cases and Caskets,
Robes, Hard<vare and Mourning Draper*
and exclu-dvo agents for tho HTElN'rt
PATENT C \sKKTrt. the only first-class
burial casket ever introduced iv the
Embrace the Handsomest Adult Full-
Trimmed Vehicle Made.
Tlie Only White Hearse Here,
and the only appropriate vehicle for
young people and children. Carriages
line and rates IOW. Patrons shown the
various cemeteries free. Those requ Iring
such services Will do well lo call on us.
To House Owners.
It Is now the best sc.ison ol the year to
paint building.. Ue not detvlvcd into
buying worthies, paint mixture., but
call al the PAIN I Dh.l'<Jlul
Foster, Howard & Co.,
' No. 7 ARCADIA BLOCK, and OX.mfeM
samples ul the BEST FAINTS in Hie
market before buying. UJrPRU'KS lAJW.
Silver taken at par. Ihe current pre
mium allowed on g.>'d and greenbacks.
ACC in e*l7 AWEF.Ktnag.nu.no
WOO 10 911 oiilnt FREE I. 11
VIOKERY, Augusta Maine. ..ptawly
Lots for Sale!
West Los Angeles
UlTura tbe best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any that bos ever been ot
fared for sale to tbe public.
THE WUOLK Tlt ACT 18 LKVKL.
Only Hullieienty inclined tor good drat nag*
Tlllfl nulL IS EXCKLLK**:*
And ot sueb character that il never cake*
and Is neither muddy in Wiuter uor duslj
IT HAH A HITCH OK WATER RUN
NING TH HOUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGHJCUI*-
TUKAL PARK RAIMIOAD
Is completed and running through the en
tire land and 1 now operated successfully
through Park A vonue, 100 feet wide, n eu
lng Into tho Agricultural Grounds.
A DISPOT O V THE LOS ANGKLEM AN l»
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD 18
LOCATED ON THE GROUND*.
This Is really the West End ol our beau
tiful city, with the benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uncontamlnated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now e.eeted and /
in course of erection must satisfy an J per
son desiring a home that this is the Place.
THKI TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND .
At the offlci**of the Fanners' A M
Also, at the office of (he Main Stre
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W.CUILLH and JOHN O. DOWNE)
will sive spoclal attention to those seek
lug information. septMLl
EBBENCE OF LIFE
T8 A POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT
X remedy for tbe cure of nervous and
physical debility, spermatorrhea, seminal
weakness and premature decline.
The Easeuce of Life
Is the only safe and sure remedy and will
.restore exhausted vitality without iidl,
pertuftiiei.'lJv and enVcttiaily.no utaltef
from what cause Of ol how long standing
The Essence of life
Is pleasant to take. an.l is free fr\?o* J*)J---
noxious drupe; love to the diges
tive organs, sucngi h to the nerves, ami
purifies and euiiciies the blood, thereby
eradicating all morbid eruptions of the
Price, 93 per bottle, or four times tbe
quantity in case, $10, wli.b mil directions
for use. sent to any address, secure from
observation, upon receipt of price, wbieh
may be sent by express, registered letter,
or Postonice money order, or C. O. D.
within 450 miles of San Francisco.
References of the highest standing and
unquestionable veractiy from persons
that have been on red. To be had only at
DR. H. EINHA RT'S, 496 KEARNY ST.,
San Francisco, t al.. where all letters
should he addressed.
Office hours from y a. m. to 4 r. w. and 0
to 8 p. h. raarlB-Bp-lyr /
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
Alameda and First Streets
I DKAT.KRB lit
1 BLINDS, SHINGLES,
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
Perry, Woodworth a Co.'s
.—a k n —
No. 16 Okii.Mier.lal iimwi, hm, i
Railroad Dm>ot. rarsu-ti—
0 <2JI '> * rtayat Home. aceuuiuM.
9A*3 Outfit and term, itco. TRUE*
' CO., Augusta, Main, in*. I< l*wl)