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i'reuss & Schumacher, 21 Spring
-treet, opposite Court House, have
iust received a largo invoice of
fancy goods imported expressly for
All those Intending to purchase
Christmas anil 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.,
ami a thousand and one articles of
utility and beauty, ornaments to
the boudoir and toilet table and
pleasing to the senses.
I ofler my stock of doors, sashes,
elc, at tlio following reduced pri
8xlt) $1 35
9x12 1 51)
9x13 1 05
10x12 1 65
10x14 1 75
luxlH 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x36 3 35
15x40 3 50
Other si/.es in proportion.
2.6x0.6x1 inch $1 60
3.6x6.6x1}, moulded 1 1)0
2.8x6.8x1j " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1j " 225
2.10x6.10x1} " 250
3x7xli " 2 75
Every other size iv proportion.
Also great reduction In paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
Moore's Restaurant Removed.
William Moore, of great fame as
a caterer in our city, lias moved his
restaurant to more commodious
'(Barters a few doors below the old
Hand, on Commercial street. His
many patrons, who know where to
tiinl a good square meal at half the
rates usually charged, will havo no
troulde in finding the new loca
tion. Oct, 7-tl
Go to McKenzie's, 129 Main
•Crest, Ponet block, for the fines'
domestic and imported liijuors an
wines by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
luors is guaranteed, and McKen
tie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit, jlitf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
just received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
oerb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Be
quena streets, opposite the V. S.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
iiuenit street, near Main, opposite
the United 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 at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters iv every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
00 hand. Jot: BAVKH.
oct 4 tf
Go to Fulton's Sulphur Wells.
They are a sovereign remedy for
rheumatism, scrofula, liver aud
kidney diseases. Stages leave the
St. Charles aud United States
hotels on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Suddays, returning the same day.
Hoarding accommodations. Full
information to be obtained tit the
at. Charles and United States
hotels, Los Augeles.
You will find the great Cecil St.
Cyr, together with Miss Irene Sum
mers, Lulu Oehaven, Lizzie Har
vey, Millie Marline, Lillio Hays,
Minnie Ray, Amelia [veuboff,
Sadie Desmond, Clara Bradford,
Jessie Asmond and Minnie Walton,
when at Wood's Opera House.
For all kinds of tents, wagon
covers und awnings, go to John
Shaffer, No. 68 Ahimedti street, op
posite Sisteis' School. He sells
and sews all kinds of canvas
cheaper than any one in Los An
geles or Sun Francisco, by hand or
machine. Second hand tents
bought aud sold or to rent. ft3tf
Call on Caroline C. Burton, at
No. 148 Main street, proprietress of
the Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
and waterfalls at the shortest no
lice. Tangled hair straightened
and made up into any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways on hand. ocl4-lm-eod.
You can savo fifty per cent, by
getting shaved at the Hotel de
France Barber shop, 71 Los Ango
lea street. Shaving 10 cents; hair
cutting 25 cents.
m 15-1 in.
It is tbe opinion of all who have
seen Santa Monica in the winter
season, that it is the most beauti
ful place in Southern California.
Its equable climate, the magnifi
cent sea and mountain views, to
gether with its unequaled bathing
facilities, render it a most enjoya
ble resort for tourists and invalids.
M. D. Johnson, at the Santa Mou
lca Hotel, is prepared to accommo
date winter cuests in llrst class
City Bill Poster.
M. Engel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at 'sonable rates. Controls
all th' and most prominent
hulle Olllce, No. S
.leotrio Baths of R.
.fe are located at No.
at, opposite the Pico
Gentleman and la
j waited upon by persons
wu sex. novlitf
dine Marrian's Burton Pale
v draught at McKenzie's.
Jo not fail to go and see the new
lock of drygoods, clothing, boots
and shoes which has Just been
opened and are selling lower than
ever at Meyerstein's, 49 Main street,
uext totbe Bank. mrdml
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U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and iteportH for
the benefltof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Lou An
|elea,Cal., March 16, 1878.
I N 2
0 P. K.I
~i I*. M. 1
Maximum Thermometer, 71.
Minimum " 48.
J. M. Kiiantz, Observer.
The Orizaba "alls for San Fran
cisco (o day.
The Cathedral choir ure busy re
hearsing Beethoven's First Mass In
0 for Easter Sunday,
A servant girl to Jo general
housework is Advertised for In our
Warner will make the banjo talk
at Wood's Opera House.
Two fresh Durham milk cows
are advertised for sale in our "New
Tuesday next is tile date assigned
for the departure of the band of
Troubadours for (heir romantic
nimble to San Diego county.
Attention is directed to the ad
vertliemont of H. Rambcz, who of
fers hifl improved farm, near the
Fulton Spiings, for sale.
Mr. Beaudry'd street opening op
erations, on the edge of Fort Hill,
are being prosecuted with great
vigor and on a scale of considerable
Gen. E. F. Beale, laic United
States Minister to Austria, and a
gentleman universally known in
California, is registered al the Pico
We acknowledge the receipt of
complimentary ticUels to the St,
Patrick's ball of the Clan-Na-Gasl
Skirmishing Club, which takes
place at Union Hall this evening.
Angelefios registered atSiin Fran
cisco hotels on the 11th: J. Bixby,
Grand; W. B. Rowland, I!. C. Tru
man, Palace; Miss A. Ham
mond, Cosmopolitan; Wm. McVey,
A mericati Exchange.
Col. ChalmeisScott, of theßueua
Vista Ranch, Sin Diego county,
paid us a visit yesterday. Col.
Scott has hosts of friends in this
section who wiil tie glad lo make
Twenty-eight Brat-class artists at
Wood's Opera House.
Mr. tJ. Broderlok Smith, of Liv
erpool, England, is paying our city
a visit. Mr. Smith visits this
country for the purpose of looking
after the interests of the English
owners in the Santa Rosa ranch.
Gen. Holey opeus his saloon in
the Central Block this evening, by
gas-light. The lunch for the occa
sion has been prepared Il3' Dot,
which is equivalent lo saying that
it will be iionpurlel.
Strange to say, notwithstanding
the fine season, and everything,
business continues dull in Los An
geles. The farmers are putting iv
tiie last licks at their crops, which
fuct explains I lie matter. They
can't allord to come to town just
Our friend Mike Hare is the latest
happy man, bis wife having j 1131
presented him with a daughter who
recorded at her birth the respecta
ble avoirdupois of eleven and a half
A Chinaman arrnigued for as
sault, and James Whitney for tres
pass in having slept iv an outhouse
the previous night, were discharged
by tho City Judge yesterday, the
evidence having been iueumcieut
Fun, fun, fun and jolily at Wood's
The Board of Supervisors held an
informal meeting yesterday to dis
cuss the Wilmington harbor bill.
No conclusion was reached and the
Board adjourned to meet 011 Mon
day next, when their views will be
put iv detiniteshape and forwarded
to the Los Angeles delegation al
J. M. Vatdez was tried before a
jury lv Judge Peel's Court yester
day on the charge of drawing a
deadly weapon on Josfl Itepetto.
The jury failed to agree, standing
nine for acquittal and three for
conviction, when, the matter being
left to him, the Judge discharged
Bhsriff Mitchell informs us that
he has not yet received any olllcial
notifliatiou from tho Supreme
Court to prepare accommodations
for that body. The law provides
that, if the State authorities fail to
provide room facilities, the Sheriff
of Los Angeles county, on the or
der of the Court, shall do so.
Two fine Norman horses, belong
ing to Mr. Theodore Skillman,have
arrived at Durfee's stables, No. 102
Main street. They are of the fa
mous Percherou breed. One of
them, which Is only three years
old, weighs 1650 pounds. The oth
er, which is four years old, presses
the scales down to 1525 pounds.
They are perfect beauties and are
of the most famous draught horses
bred in tho world.
For some time past tho actions of
Juan Bautista Cahallero, who lives
on First street, below Hewitt, have
been rather "uueer." Within a
day or two his conduct has
been so markedly that of an in
sane man that his neighbors, fear
ing that he might fire the neigh
borhood or do bodily harm to some
one, notified the authorities. Yes
terday Constables Redona and Do
minguez were sent after Cahallero.
Cahallero had locked himself iv his
house ami refused to admit them.
They broke in the door ami as they
entered Redona, who was first, was
confronted by the crazy man armed
witli a machete. He grappled with
him and in the scuffle his coat was
literally torn to shreds aud his face
scratched as if clawed by a cat.
Cahallero was finally overpowered
and brought to jail to await exam
ination for lunacy before Judge
Tlio Oxy-Hydrogeu Stereopticon
exhibition at Turn Verein Hall to
night will be the first ever given on
the Pacific Coast, and as such will
have peculiar features of interest.
The instrument of the Messrs.
Marxsen & Schroeder is one of the
most powerful made aud lias a
magnifying capacity of 3D feet, but,
owing to tho fact that no hall can
be got lipre permitting its full use,
thu scenes and objects exhibited
Will not exceed 15 feet. The views
to-night embrace works of ait, fa
miliar scenes from the transconti
nental trip between San Diego and
Huston, including notable places in
Los Angeles county, portraits of
celebrated people, etc. The mode
rate price at which admission has
been fixed, aside from the merito
rious character of the entertain
ment should fill the Hall.
Mr. S. W. Foreman, ef San
Luis Obispo, one of the owners of
the Seventy Six mine, in Ihe Sil
ver King District, Arizona, was in
Los Angeles yesterday. Wo ex
amined, iv the oflice of Capt. J. B.
Moor, a number of the specimens
brought in by that gentleman.
They were exceedingly handsome,
remarkably resembling the rock of
the Consolidated Virginia mine.
The ore thus far taken from this
mine has varied in the assays from
51706 to the ton to about $250.
The mine, Mr. Foreman says, has
every Indication of being a perma
nent aud valuable one.
Mr. R. S. Dinges, the General
Advance Agent of Adam Fore
paugh'd Mammoth Circus, passed
through Los Augeles yesterday on
his way to San Bernardino. Mr.
Dinges is one of the oldest show
men in the United States, antedat
ing even Bariuim himself. The
probability is that we shall have a
visit from that King of Showmen,
Forepaugh, shortly, accompanied
by his unsurpassed stock of artists
andaulmalfl of the arena and men
As will be seen by advertisement
elsewhere, "The Queen," Mesmer's
new boot and shoe store, 111 the
United States Hotel Block, will be
opened for business this morning.
This store is one of the most hand
somely lilted and furnished to be
found on the coast, and is fully en
titled to its regal title. The stock
is complete iv every particular anil
embraces every style and variety of
foot gear known lo the trade, all of
which will be sold at the most rea
sonable rates ever known in Los
Mrs. McGinuis, who lives near
the new depot, filed a complaint in
Judge Baldwin's Court yesterday
charging Ramon Ybarra with hav
ing committed an assault by throw
ing stones at her ton and witli hav
ing used vulgar and abusive lan
guage to herself when remonstrated
with therefor. Ybarra will have a
hearing on Monday.
Major Wm. H. H. liussell was
admitted to practice in the District
Court yesterday, on presentation of
a certificate from the Supreme
Court of New York. Major Rus
sell, who is from Allegany County,
New York, where he olliciated for
a number of years as County Clerk,
is a genial gentleman for whom we
bespeak the courtesies of the bar of
Our oilissns should not forget
the ball of the Skirmishing Club of
tho Clan-Na-Gael, ni Union Hall,
to-night. Tho names of the gen
tlemen composing the various
committees is ample assurance that
nothing will be left undone to
make it one of the most enjoyable
affairs of the season.
Attention Is directed to the card
of Mr. S. H. Winters of tho Impor
tant, which appears In our New
To-Day. Mr. Winters is always
supplied with the latest styles of
gentleman's rlothiug and furnish
ing goods. His store ia located in
Central Block, Spring street.
Mr. Alfred Moore elsewhere ad
vertises a very eligible piece of
property for sale. We suggest to
any one In search of a decided bar
gain in real estate that they would
do well to read Mr. Moore's" adver
tisement nnd interview that gen
tleman, at No. ltltt Main street, on
We regret to learn thut our
townsman, Col. R, S. Baker, has
hud recently to mourn the loss of
his only remaining daughter, a
young lady who was resident in
Paris for educational advantages.
Johu Caldwell, committed by
Judge Peel for petit larceny, was
released on a writ of habeas corpus
by Judge Sepulveda yesterday
evening, it appearing that the
judgment and commitment were
contrary to law.
Arrived at Wilmington, schooner
American Girl, Tribble, master,
85 days from Port Townseud with
270,000 feet of lumber for J. M.
Gritilth & Co.
Meyerstein, 49Main street, is now
receiving his Spring stock. They
are indeed the prettiest goods
ever brought to this market, and
the prices are far below any thut
we have heard. To convince them
selves we advise those wishing to
puroha«e to give Mr. Meyerstein a
The can can, at Wood* Opera
Hou9e, will be introduced io the
drama of "Lize, the Woman of the
World," at Wood's Opera House.
Tlio Second Lecture in Aid of the Free Dis
p'nsary—Col. J. J. Ayers on the Familiar
Theme—An Interesting Discourse.
The audience which assembled In
Good Templars' Hall last night to
listen to Col. J. J. Ayers on the
California Pioneers was up to the
full seating capacity of the room.
Our best nnd most cultivated peo
ple were on hand.
Gen. Briefly, who presided, an
nounced that the first thing on the
programme was a song by Madame
Maria. That lady acquitted herself
in the exquisite fashion that has
made her so popular in Los An
Col, Ayers was next introduced.
He was warmly received and deliv
ered a lecture which was notable
for its logical arrangement and for
the elocutionary and pictorial
powers exhibited by the speaker.
His early training for tlio stage has
given him an animated and artistic
delivery which much heightened
the enjoyment of the audience. He
altogether evaded the hackneyed
aspects of his subject by opening
with (lie discovery of America by
Columbus, an I the lust for the gold
and precious stones of the new con
tinent which, springing up
amongst (he people nf Spain, led,
within thirty years from the death
of Columbus, to the thorough ex
ploration and conquest, of Central
and South America and Mexico.
In 1510 the Spanish Viceroy
Mendo.ti sent an exploring expedi
lion from Mexico,which penetiuted
as far north as the Territory of
Arizona. Repelled by the deseit
expanse of the Colorado plains this
party came to a halt, deeming thut
they had reached the boundary of
the treasure belt. This wus a prov
idential circumstance, aud illus
trates on what trilling events the
destinies of nations often hang.
This portion of the lecture
was replete with historical ref
erences and philosophical analysis
of the character and civilization of
the early conijuistadores. If there
was a blemish in the whole pro
duction it was that a preface, in
teresting in itself, might have been
a trifle too long, considering the
scope of the lecture. Doubtless the
lecturer desired to emancipate him
self as-much as possible from the
traditional me!hod of handling his
The fortunate miscarriage of
Mendoza's expedition left, ihree
centuries later, the way to Califor
nia open to the most adventurous
and most enterprising race on the
American Continent. Hud the j
conquistador s found their way lo
the Golden Gate-if, indeed,the Gol
den Gate ut that time existed —lit-
tle would have been lell to tempt
the cupidity of tlnir successors in
prospecting and emulators in en
It was ut this point that the '
speaker wound Into the heart of his
subject. A series of American hu
morists, chief amongst whom were
Bret Harte and Mark Twain, had
drawn pictures of the early Pioneer
as different as could well he con
ceived from tho original. They
had represented him us course,
crude, uncultured. Never had v
word painting been more unfaith
ful. The early pioneers were the
(lower of American manhood.
They were either young men, or
men iv the prime of life. The very
ability to reach California at that
time pre-supposed that the Argo
nauts came from thut social stratum
of the trans-Mississippi States in
which culture and refinement were
most likely to be found.
California sprang into being as a
State at a bound. The Argonauts
embraced umongst them law-givers
and men of a knowledge so various
and exact lhat the laws framed by
them are to-day those which, with
a few trifling exceptions, form
the organic law of California. It is
true that the Characters described
by Mark Twain and Bret Harte cx
isted, but they were of the later
immigration. They were vagrants
of the plains, who had hung on the
emigrant's wagons, or mendicants
of the forecastle. They had nothing
in common with the sterling fel
lows who to-day proudly call them
selves "Pioneers." They came from
Australia, from South America and
elsewhere, but were uot in any
The man who comes to California
In 1878, aud who looks upon him
self as a new comer, may take
heart of grace. Those who arrived
in 1840 encountered the same expe
riences exactly. There wus a blue
blood amongst pioneers. The pio
neer of 1848 looked down upon the
pioneer of 184'J, while the fellows
who had come over iv Stephenson's
regiment looked with profound con
tempt on both. They, in their turn,
were regarded with a shrug and sar
donic look askance by those who
come in at tiie back door of Cali
fornia, with the "path-finder." But
tiie speaker should never forget the
thrill of awe which ran through
him when a tall, lean figure was
pointed out to him as that of a
man who had come to California
away back in IS3O. He need hardly
say that that gentleman was a res
ident of Los Angeles, and that he
met him every day. The old time
awe, however, had vanished with
In those early days every ouo
who went to thu mines had a
partner. The ad venturers naturally
gravitated to their opposite*. The
lean man hunted up v fat partner,
the tall man sought bis affinity in
a short one, the natural desperado
in a man of mild manners. Tne lec
turer gave a description of his sen
sations on first looking down, from
an altitude, uyou a camp of miners
at work gathering gold with pick
and shovel and pan and rocker, on
the banks and bars of a. river
which gleamed like a silver thread
ou the plain.
Col. Ayers hero interspersed his
reminiscences with many laugha
ble anecdotes, which convulsed his
audience. His description of the
deprivation arising from the ab
sence of woman iv the early days
of California, his delight when the
few avant couriers of the sex tinal
ly put iv an appearance, and the
chivalrous devotion extended to
them by the miners, was a piece of
very powerful word painting aud
"brought down the house" repeat
edly. It combined humor and elo
quence. He concluded amidst long
Mr*. Fanning, Mis. Mair,i and
Hie Messrs. Funning and Corbett
favored the audience with some
musical selections, and it dispersed
after having m/eiit a delightful eve
ning. The lecture was a decided
Dr. Corbett's System of Ventilation
Editor Herald: When you
take into consideration tho num
ber of streot lights there are along
the line of a sewer in a large city
like Ban Francisco, and that each
one of these lamps Is supplied witli
one of theso tubes of about two
and a half inches in diameter pass
ing from the top of the sewer to
the gns jet, you will readily see
that this In itself would very thor
oughly ventilate the sewer; but
when you take iuto consideration
that at the mouths of each of these
tubes a flame of intense heat is
burning, causing rapid rarefaction
of tho air in them, each gas jet
ncting like an air pump, drawing
the gas out of the sewer, you will
understand that the circulation of
air through the sewers must be in
creased iv a ten-fold ratio. Not
only are the sewers thoroughly
ventilate.!, but every disease germ
and every germ of whatever nature
which passes through these tubes
is brought in contact witli the
llame of the gas jet and destroyed.
.Sewer gas—per se—does not kill
people or cause disease, but the
disease germs which it carries are
what produce fatal results.
It lias been asserted that, this
process cannot be successful, be
cause it is Intermittent, only being
used at night. In answer lo Ibis t
will slate, that all gases arising
from decomposing matter, llle re
sult of decomposition, are heavier
than air and will not pass out of
the sewers until forced out.
Decomposition iv a cold, damp
place like a sewer, goes on
slowly but constantly. The gas is
likewise generated slowly but con
stantly. Tho result is, in time, a
strong pressure from these gases in
the sewers, and a consequent forc
ing out of these gasses into houses
and streets, carrying In their em
brace the germs of disease and
I claim if the sewers are thorough
ly ventilated once in twenty-four
hours, and the gases und their
germs destroyed, us can surely be
accomplished by this method, the
air of houses and streets will never
be contaminated by sewer gas, be
cause there will not he time during
the day for sufficient gas to be gen
erated to cause tho least pressure.
In very bad districts,in each block,
a larger pipe could be used, with
two or more gas Jets, but 1 hardly
think Ibis would ever be necessary.
8. j. Corbett.
Los Angeles, March 13, 1878.
IkfMtrtet ro sri SjtpCLVKni, J.
Fin day, March IS.
J. G. Downey for .f. D. Harvey
vs. J. 11. Cooper—Default entered.
Action discontinued as to defend
ant A. B. Lewis. Judgment order
ed as prayed for. Attorney's fees
fixed at $250.
Los Angeles City Water Co. vs.
P. Beaudry—Case deferred until
Monday next at 10 A. M. Jury sum
moned herein ordere 1 to appear on
Wm. H. H. Russell, on presenta
tion of certificate from the Supreme
Court of New York, admitted to
practice at this bar.
Jones vs. Fluhr & Gerson—Three
days further time to file briefs
making six days altogether.
County C vet STEPHENS, J.
FRIDAY, March loth.
W. Haker et al vs C. Casters et
al—Motion by defense fir non-suit
Weslphal vs. Sheffield—Motion
for new dial submitted; live days
to tile brlt fs.
f», «.h ,n> f*..Mrl .1.
FRIDAY, March 15lh.
Estate of M. M. de Cots, deceased
Settlement of liiuil account and dis
tribution. Account approved and
Among the Dead Failures
Of tho past how many bogus nostrums
may be numbered 1 Beginning their ca
reers with a tremendous Sourish of
trumpets, blazoned for a time in the
puidle prints aud on darning posters,
.soon, but not too soon, were they role
gated to the limbo of things lost on earth.
But. Hostettei's Stomach Biiters is still
a living and thriving remedy. It. goes on,
curlugand lo cure. Neither uiuloihand
nor open competition alloct it. Ou the
contrary, contrast, with inferlor rival
preparations only increases Its populari
ty. It has been repeatedly imitated, but
without success. Counterfeits of It have
been surreptitiously introduced, but
have fallen flat. Everywhere it en
trenches itself In the confidence of the
people; and well It may, tor It is a thor
oughly reliable Invlgorant of the feeble,
vanishes dyspepsia and constipation,
braces the nerve-*, cures, rheumatic ail
mt nts and kidney complaints, and erad
icates nnd prevents Intermittent and re
Mothers* Mothers Mothers.
Don't fail to procure Mm. Winst-oW's
SOOTHIJVa STROP for al I diseases of
teething in children. It relieves Ihe
child from pain, cures wind colic, regu
lates the bowels, and,by giving relief and
health to the child, gives rest to the
Form and Feature.
Unless associated with good teeth, a:e
shorn of half tho attractions they may
otherwise possess. Bearing this fact In
mind, use HO/.OIJONT, which will pre
vent your teeth lrom losing their white
ness, und will render them spotless if
specked and dlscoiored. 'J he tint anil
hardness of coral are imparled to the
gums by this incomparable preservative
and beautifying agent, and the broath Is
rendered fragrant as honeysuckle oy \t»
use. Ills safe, beside* being effective,
.Sold by druggists.
rants juoson, oiLl*vrrsi*l «r rson's pram*
SCRIPT OF RKCOKUN, MARCH 15, IK7B.
Webster and Hannah Treat to Geo W
Parker—Undivided live-sixths interest in
N % lot 4, block i.\ Hancock's survey;
Hitlael Aral 'a and Ramona R de Aflftga
to Plo Pico—All property lv Los Angtlvs
city and county; tl.
J M Monroe to 1 N Cochran—l,lo acres Qf
land and a strip 30 ft wide; $1-
K.I Amos to I A Pnrvlanco—Lot 10, blk
D, lloss Addition lo Santa Aua; ft">o.
Koinnln Grand to Jean Hirlgoyln—Lot
S, bIR P, Mt Pleasant tract; $160.
.1 A Purvlunce to J H Garner—Bond lor
deed to lot 10. block J>, Ross Addition To
Santa Ana; §51 fitt.
M Lehman and E S Rotbchild to Rose
X hot 0, blk 4, subdivision loss (1 and
7, blk B, Hancock's survey; 1225.
Ana taeio Alvltie, La Cruse Alvltra de
Seradel, Mtgutd Alviire, Ramon Alvitre,
Jose Dolores Hermerdez, Friuicisco Ro
sas, Fraucisco Valenzuela aud Maria Va
lenicuplato Wm W.Jenkins and Horace
Boll— Potrero de la Mission Viejo de San
M A HI I has to M O do Alvitre—Estate of
grantor's deceased wife; f;is.
Maria Anlonla slivns de Alvltra and
Francisca A de Hereford to Maria Lv
Crus Alvltra de Seradel- Undivided In
terest in Potrero de la Mission tiun Gab
Rose Rvans Williams to Mrs nelle
Evans—Lot ''■ blk 4, subdivision lots 6 aud
7, blk IS, Hancock's survey.
The nicest and prettiest line of
meu's and boys' clothing that has
been seen In Los Angeles is just
received at Meyerstein's, 49 Main
street, next door to the Bank. Uml
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
FRIDAY, Marcli 15.
N Farley, Saula Ana M B Smith, S Fran
Mrs Wyckolf, do Mrs Kelly, San Ber
Miss Dresslor, da W B Kress, 8 Oabrl
X A Fisher, wf and 3 II W Alkln, Hpsdra
chl, Han Francisco L Roaenbacli, do
Chalmers Scott, Hue- 0 l( Hoar, do
na Vista Ranch J Yarnell, city
O H Smith. Santa Wm Hlnkley.do
Rosa Ranch H M Smith, do
HAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND KX
San FBANcifico, March 15.
Oplilr ovum I Confidence..4 60
Mexican 13 1 , v.iß Nev a 50(a(3 80
a ft l' tmi\ I Otah |..*!>s.
El ft H !>.. ; . | Bullion 4 b. ~»i;r,
Oalllornla 28kf#2» Exchequer..3 10@3 20
Oon Va ■-<"'., v l , j Overma 14018
sivaee !i 00(48 oo | .lustioe c=;c*'i*
Oh illar 28@i7 50 Succor 1 75
M ftN 7)4@m I Alta .» 50515H
Crown I'.unt. . I . v i I Union 6 26®H
V lacker.. . » ~v 00 Julia 1 25(BI 40
Imperial OftftHHO I Caledonia 2 00
Eentuck 3 60 8 Hill 1 Co@l 60
Alpha 8S«8 00 Senator 300
Belcher 3 26@3 45 I
Han FaANOfaOO. March 15.
it a k mxy. b a b .uktwM
Jackson 2*A Julia' 2 3532 ti
Alps 2 (Jould 4 O VA
Belie 9®BJ4 Chollar 28®27
Rye Patoh 4 COB Va 2u%gi2l
ManhattanlOHAlSW Or Point tXiMM
Q Prize afvi&yi Utah 11*<«U
Navajo 2<t*l w Bullion 5<J4 95
Star l?48l 80 Mexican ISKfISk
Day 1 15(81 10 California 2s'<
HauibuiK ...3 35J.3 40 II & N Sa^fflfflj
Leeds 1 75 Justice 7 V"',,
Tip-Top 2 600*2 UsiSavai[e tf>»«(!)'..
Pacific hank 115 b Alia 4 80®4 55
Union Ins C0...11l b B Nevada.,,3 7i
Ifotne Mutual 74 h Caledonia...2 1032 05
C 1' R X 80 h Uulon 544
s FOmCo..9i b»7Ua overman UWAJ4M
B V W Co-IB b 2!%a s Hill lijgj 00
II ARE—In this city, March 14th, to the
wile of M. D. Hare, a daughter; weitjht,
LEON—March 15tb, to tlio wifo ot Ralph
from n niNtliijfnieiieii .inrlat.
"I have tnetl tbe Ckucvi.vn kykci*. aud
ttie result fully sustains your prediction,
ft. has made a new man ot'me, Infused in
to my system new vigor and energy. ]
am no longer tremulous ami debilitated
as when you last saw mo, but stronger,
heartier, ami with a larger capacity lor
labor—menial and physical—tban at any
time (luring the last live years. Sold by
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and intends lo
keep tbem through tbe winter should at
once get a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders, tine dollar's
worth will save at least a hall a ton of
Do it al Once !
Persona who have become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking in
to the stomach a teaspoonlul of Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed in a little cold
water, well weetened.
Will give FREE LECTURES for one
inoiilh WEDNESDAY ANDBATUKD iV
A CTfcliNOONb, at 2 o'clock,
At her rooms, at southeast corner or -Sec
ond and Olive streets. fel7-lm
MRS. JEN NIK SPOSITO,
Announces that she will give lessons In
French, Spanish, Oerman, Italian and
Knglish.at her residence,No.fiU Nt w High
street, and at private residences, it re
quired. She lv prepared to take a few
.-.mall scholars to hoard, who will he
cared f »r m by a motner.
TE X M s—At. residence, $i per month; at
residence oj families, $1.
mro-lm Al ItS. JKNNIE SPOSITO.
NO. 41 SPRING ST.
A full assortment of flrsi-class Family
Groceries, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Butter,
Eggs, Bacon, Hams, Lard, e'e, kept on
hand AT REASONABLE PKICES. fe2otl
J. A. Cahky. Tiios. A. FAGAN.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Ranchrw. Houses. Lois and Other Prop
erty Bought and Mold on Commission,
By Carey & Fatjan,
DOWNEY CITY, CALIFORNIA.
Mr. PAGAN Is also nu Attcrney-at-Law.
iv: In 1'
Has facilities for doing JOB
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.
ft #) GOLD ri.ATED WATCH B».
« CbMiw.l In Hi. kiiowu wiirM. H.iuplti Wut.-h PfW
W A,ai>l». AddNa. A. Coguu. Ou., Cbhwfo.
By a gentleman and Ills wife, two or
three furnished rooms suitable for house
keeping. Address T.. giving location and
rent, care of Herald office. mltf
On Second street, near corner of Spring,
on Saturday arternoon, March 2, 1878, one
large heavy deei-skin Indian Chief fur.
The Under Is requested to leave the same
alMhroeder A Sons or Police Headquar
ter*. Reasonable reward paid on deliv
FOR SALE—FOR. RENT.
TWO ELEGANT ROOMS, finely fur
hisbed, with board; suitable for gentle
man and wile. Address L. T„ Herald of
A Neat Cottage to Rent.
Hard finished, lsrgo lot and good water.
Apply to ALFRED MOUKE, Auctioneer,
1 J*j Main street. mG lw
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen turnlture and water, at No. I*2
Buena Vista street, Los Angeles. Rent,
ISO per mouth, payablt lv advance. Ad
dress G. W. W., Herald olllce- mr.Vlf
For sis months or one year, acommo
dtottl and completely furnished two story
residence, with handsome grounds, sta
ble, woodshed, etc. Possession to be given
May Ist, I*7B. Apply to I. A. HAWYKR,
East Los Angeles. ml -1m
91 to 11000 to Low,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
Removed to No. 0 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals $1 to SlOOO,
on all kinds of personal property, such
as watches, jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, silver and U. S. Curren
cy bought and sold. nlltf
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A nice place of TEN ACRES, Fruit
land, with dwelling house and Improve
ments, ay, miles from Court House, will
be sold cheap or rented. Apply lo
ALFRED MOORE, Auctioneer,
mio 126 Main St.
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by Glas
sell A Chapman, are now offered for sale
or rent. aTKAILItOAU DEPOT VERY
Apply to CAPT. GLASSELL, In Temple
Block, Lo. Angelas, or M. F. P ARKaiR,
Sunny Rooms and Board,
Gentlemen and their wives aud single
gentucan be accommoluted with board
and fine, large, front, sunny rooms, con
tinuing alt modern conveniences and
home comforts, at the
New High street, only one block
from the PusloiHce and Court House, and
commands a churmlug view of mountain
and valley. JelCtf
Private Boarding House,
No 21, cor. Third and Hill sts.
•OTBOARU BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH, Terms Reasonable. o!2tf
Money to Loan,
ON T CITY PROPERTY, AT REA
A poly to C. CARoT,
ie2tlif 31 Temple Block.
I am now ready to raeelVO anima's on
pasture, in my enc'osed lands, iv the
western part of the city.
All animals atowners' risk.
Apply at my office. P. BEAUDRY.
81 New High street, opposite Pico HotUS
H. H. SPENCER,
TE AC HER OP PENMANSHIP \N D
Has opened classes for instruction In the
above brunches at. his residence on HILL
BTRRKTj near First, commencing on
MONDAY, February .sib, 1878.
Ait<-niinin t'l.iss, from 1 lo 1 o'clock P
.\f. daily; F Clans, horn 7 lo &
o'clock f. M.; Saturday I'l ws, iroin tl to
Hi A. M. and frOlU 1 to 4 P. M.
An opporLiinity will be afforded to ac
quire my new system of Chirythmogra
phy, or Tlmedbaud writing, iv which to
write rapidly us well as legibly can be
learned in a few lessons, 'i he practice
which requires years to make experts in
Penmanship and Bookkeeping can be ac
quired In a lew mouths with advanced
» KKMS—Evening Claw— Penmanship,
per month, i", Bookkeeping, 88.
Afternoon 01am — Penmanslilp, 8S;
Bookkeeplnf t flO,
f-ui nr..ay t'luss-Penmanship. |*r |ci*
■on, 50c; Bookkiepmg, per J«nson, |l.
special InstructlcO to teachers nnd oth
ers desirous of qualifying themselves lor
teaching the above branches The on
dersigucd being familiar with and hav
ing (augiiL lor years t'aysnn, Dun ton A
Sort Otter and the Npencerian HYs'ums oi
Penmanship, c < h may select too style
most congenial lv t heir tastes. Fur far
tberlnformati m call nt residence during
the hours irom : in 1 o'clock: l*. M., or ad
dress the uaderitit'ned.
It. H. SPENCER.
fe2i-!m Lock Box 831.
Notice of Removal.
Monday or Tuesday Next
I WILL It HMO V X MY
HOOT AND SHOE STORE
From 104 Main fct:eet,
To No. 28 Central Block,
I shall be glad to wel come my custom
era al in; in.-,.- quarters.
A. S. McDONALD.
H. SLOTTERBEC X & Co I
No. 1 Commercia St., Los Ana:
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps, ?
Cartridge Wads, Fishing Taokf*
I Am l eysryllilnn perlaliilnu to Hr-OIti'SMKN'S GOODS. Have ou band th* IMg
bV»t.l»'k f,( lilt' ICt'tt-LOAWNO BHOTBUNK, lUKI.KH und PMToEf
Southern Oalll,>rnlii, w :ch we will «»ll ai prloe« to suit the tiroes.
AlienUforllie now I \ U,A RD KIKLK-. the BKHT and I'HKAfEST GUN la ■
world. CELEBKATFD BPORTINU KtFLK. 1
Repairing Dono by Practical Workmen & Guarantee*;
• It 6m
~T. W. STACKPOLE,
31 SPRING ST., DEALER rj
Jewelry and Silverwaw
Has tills day received, diruot from tl
manufacturers, a large and eboloe sets
tion of t he above goods, expressly d<
signed for the
Sole agents for Lazarus A Morrls'ort
hraii d Perfected H poet a do* nnd Xl
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repair*
at short notice aud warrautod to ft*
All Kinds of Engraving
Esecnted with neatness and d I spate!
*»"Qive mo a call before purchaslo
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
IN COLD COIN, ■
TO BE GIVEN TO YOUNG LADIES A
THE DIFFERENT COUNTY FAIRS)
Under eighteen years of age, who mak
The Best Biscuit
Bowen's Yeast Powder
fU.itu i ~..rinn»»i Cal
Norti •■ ~ ■ emtr "
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