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New Barber Shop, No. 1, Temple
Btreet, near Spring. Shaving 15cts,
Hair Cutting 25cts; no extra charge
BABRON, Wilms & Adams.
F. R. Girard, general agent nnd
business manager for tho well
known music house of Sherman,
Hyde & Co., San Francisco, will
spend a week iv this city. Those
who wish to buy a Weber piano or
an Fstey or Standard organ can ad
dress him care of Uphani & Bap,
local agents, Los Angeles. Mr.
Girard will sell on $10 aud 920 in
stallments per month. ap7-lw
1 offer my stock of doors, noshes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
Bxlo SI 35
oxl2 i no
oxl3 1 05
13x12 1 Go
10x14 1 75
10x10 2 28
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x30 3 35
15x40 ; 3 50
Other sizes in proportion.
2.0x0.0x1 inch $1 00
S.fixO.Oxl}, moulded I 90
2.BxG.Sxlj " 2 12
2.BxG.Bxli " 2 25
2.10x0.10x11 " 250
3x7xH * " 275
Fvery other size in proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
slreet, under tho White House.
The Ladies' Oyster Booms, Be
i|Uena street, near Main, opposite
Ihe Uuited States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies anil will be
carried on in a striclly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
nn hand. Jon BAYRIt,
net 4 If
The nicest and prettiest line ol
men's and boys' clothing that has
been seen iv Los Angeles is just
received at Meyerstein's, 19 .Main
slreet, next door to the Bank. 9ml
Wo lo McKenzio's, 129 Main
street, I'onet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors and
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines ami li
|UOrs is guaranteed, and MeKeu
lie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. j3if
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
|ust received a consignment of
Humboldt lager beer. It is a su
uerb article and cannot, bo excelled
a a a draught. beer. Oysters',
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand, (live
him a call. Corner Main and Ue
quena si reels, opposite the U. B.
Browing across the lips, desiring
an acquaintance, twisting in tlie
left hand, I wish to tie rid of you;
winding it around Ihu third linger,
I am married; winding it around
ihe forefinger, I am engaged; plac
ing it on tho right ear, how you
■have changed; taking il by the
■ cuter, you aro most too will log;
thawing across the forehead, look,
we aie watched; putting it in the
pocket, no more love at present;
letting it remain on the eyes, you
so cruel; opposite corners in
both hands, do wail fur me; twist
ing it in Ihe right hand, I love an
other; drawing it through the
bauds, I hate you; letling it reston
the right cheek, yes; letting it rest
on the left cheek, no; twirling it in
both hands, Indifference; drawing
across tlie eyes, I am sorry; draw
ing across tlie cheek, I love you;
folding it, I wish to speak wilh
you; dropping, wo will bo friends;
over the shoulder, follow me; rub
bing the end of tho nose, meet me
at tbe Ladies' Candy Store, No.
II Springstreet, 10-lw
Eor all kluds of tents, wagon
covers and awnings, go to Johu
Shu/Ver, No. 68 Alameda street, op
posite Sifters' School. He sells
and sews all kinds of canvas
cheaper than any one iv Los An
geles or San Francisco, hy hand or
machine. Second hand tents
bought and sold or to rent. fc3tf
Call on Caroline O. Burton, at
No. us Maiu street, proprietress of
ttie I ailies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
ami waterfalls at tlie shortest no
tice. Tangled hair straightened
i»u«l (Ttade up into any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways on hand. ocU-lm-eod.
Meyerstein, 40 Main street, is now
receiving his Spring stock. They
are indeed tho prettiest goods
ever brought to this market, and
the prices are far below any that
we havo heard. To convince them
selves we advise those wishing to
purchase to give Mr. Meyerstein a
pall. nil Ami
City Bill Paster.
M. En gel, hill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reaeODable rates. Controls
all the best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Olllce, No. 3
Market street. ap2otf
T!;e Knssjan Electric Maths of It.
Hughes anilWifo are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tho I'ico
House. Gentleman nnd la
dies will be waited upon hy persons
of their own Bex. novlltf
Genuine Marrian's Kurton Pale
Aleou draught at McKenzie's.
Do not fail to go and see the new
stock of drygoods, olothing, boots
and shoes which has just been
opened and are selling lower than
ever at Meyerstein's, 4!) Main street,
pest to tho Bank. mi Jml
Mother may I go out to swim,
yes my darling daughter—but you'd
better go to Wood's Opera House.
Genuine Napa soda at Mc-
§0$ %\npUs §m\t
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Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the lienefitof Commerce anil Atrlrullare.
Report of observations taken al Eos An
geles, Cal., April 11, IS7B.
iBo a. sr.
:M p. M.j
:15 p. m.|
Maximum Thermometer, (ill.
Minimum " &y.
J. m. Frantz, Observer.
Santa Monica will soon be the
Tlie steamer Orizaba is due from
Ban Franeis:o to-day.
A girl to do light house work Is
advertised for in our New To-Day.
Mr. M. E. Jimenez, of San Buena
Ventura, is paying Los Angeles a
Pleasant furnished rooms are ad
vertised for rent In our New To-
Mr. A. MacKenzle has bought
himself a cosy little farm In the
neighborhood of Agricultural Park.
There is a telegram at the West
ern Uniou telegraph olllce for X
It is reported that some one witli
"more money than brains" has
furnished the necessary funds to
start a new paper at Riverside.
We learn that Mr. F. S. Parker is
lying very low. He is not expected
to survive. His death would be a
melancholy summary of a series of
Our friend Ned Huber yesterday
received an order for ten boxes of
choice oranges to bo shipped to St.
Louis, Chicago, Buffalo and New
Iv our Now To-Day Capt. A. J.
Hutchinson advertises a sheep
ranch of seven thousand acres, near
Pomona, to let. This affords an
opportuully to some enterprising
It is with extreme regret that we
learn that Judge Stephens, of Ihe
County Court, is seriously ill. We
trust we shall soon lie able to an
nounce that he i 3 convalescent.
Meanwhile, the several court.over
wbieh be presides arj adjourued
from day to day.
There will be a match game of
base ball at Agricultural Park on
Sunday next, between the Daunt
less and Pastime clubs for $50 a
side. It is expected to be a very
exciting and closely contested
game, the boys of both clubs going
iv to win.
King, a chain gang regular, who,
tlie last time be was before Judge
Peel promised to leave tho city if
let off that time, was up again
yesterday and was sent to the
chain gang thirty days. An ordin
ary drunk contributed $5 to Ihe
As the tun gels ledder and hot
ter Santa Monica is looming up us
R grateful refuge. We Ihiuk we
sniff the iodine from afar. We en
countered mine boat Johnson, of
tlie Santa Monica Hotel, in town
yesterday, and he informs U9 that
his house is already nearly full.
Dr. W. F. Edgar, of San Clor
gonio, who lately returned from au
extended visit to Ban Francisco,
informs the San Bernardino Times
that the lido of emigration is turn
ing from Oregon towards Southern
California again, and that we may
look for a fresh influx of population
during the coming year.
When Mr. E. J. Baldwin has
engineered successfully the coming
deal iv Justice, ho will dot the
Sanlu Anita ranch with cottages.
At least that is our supposition.
Who, in view of such a charming
outcome, shall say that no good
can come out of the mining Naza
The Baker block is beginning to
discloso its splendid proportions.
Tho central and tlie two flanking
towers aro about completed as to
their framework. The conscious
ness is daily growing upon our
people that no private edilico in
California will eclipse the Maker
block when it shall havo received
its finishing touches.
Thu Italian Benevolent .Society
will give their annua) picnic nt the
Arroyo Seco on Sunday, April
28th. Tho affair will bo au em
phatic success from every stand
point. Its details are in most capa
ble hands, and as the fund will he
devoted to a most meritorious ob
ject, every one should be on hand.
Our Italian fellow-citizens know
how todo these things wi 11.
Tho Methodist Episcopal pastor
of a church at Saudlake, N. V.,
surprised his people* few Sunday's
ago by making this announoement:
"Tlie Hoard of Trustees have not
paid my salary, have taken no
notice of my demands, circulated
no subscription papar, nor made
any other effort to fulfil their obli
gations to me. I am badly involved
iv debt, and do not propose to con
tiuno preaching for nothing. I
therefore declare this pulpit vacant
until God iv his mercy cau send
you a minister who can live on air
and wear buckskin breeches of his
We learu tbat Mr. D. Hallaiiy,
inventor of the famed Hallady
windmill, manufactured at Batavla,
Illinois,who is visiting his brother
in-law, Councilman Green, of this
city, has been making investiga
tions ns to tho practicability of es
tablishing a branch factory in this
city. He says the location is nn
admirable one, provided the neces
sary water power can bo secured at
reasonable; rates. Mr. Hallady
already has a largo trade on the
Pacific, extending as far as Aus
tralia and New Zealand aud he
thinks that with a manufactory
hero he could make his mills at
greatly reduced cost, thus increas
ing tlie demand for them. All he
asks is that our citizens will take
sufficient stock in the enterprise to
glvo it a local character. Here is
an industry that, we should think,
our capitalists would be glad to
foster. Aside from tho fact that
such a manufactory would give
permanent employment to a large
number of skilled workmen,
there's money in It. Mr. Hallady,
fourteen years ago, commenced the
manufacture of his windmills on a
capital of $9,000, nnd to-day, we
nre credibly informed, ho is worth
fully 9800,000. We trust that this
opportunity for the solid advance
ment of our city will not, like so
many others, be allowed to pass
away from us through lack of the
material assistance asked.
The Lake Vineyard Laud and
Wafer Association was re-organ
ized yesterday by the election of
the following officers: J. de Barth
Shorb, President; P. Beaudry,
Treasurer; F. W. Wood Secretary.
The Lake Vineyard Company have
much to extort the recognition of
our people. Thelrsuperb cemented
ditch and reservoirs assure a
boundless supply of water for a
body of the finest fruit lands in
California. Nowhere else in tlie
State will investment be attended
Willi more gratifying outcome, pe
cuniary aud other, thau in tlie
Lake Vineyard tract. The project
is tbo outcome of the liberality and
energy of the late Col. B. D. Wil
son, und the Messrs. J. de Bartli
Shorb and Prudent Beaudry.
From tho tenor of a recent arti
cle in the Santa Monica Outlook,
we take it that Fisher, the editor
of that paper, has beeu down tak
ing a look at his splendid farm iv
tho Willows. We should not be
surprised if he should turn out a
first class granger some day.
Though no editor in California is
less of a pumpkin-head than Fish
er, when he gets on that farm lie
will do some astonishing things in
tho line of that esculent. He lia9
lately patented a process for graft
ing I lie squash on tho Osage orange
that Is the cunningest thing we
have met in agriculture for some
lime past, and which is yet des
tined to make his foruine.
Wood's benefit CQtnes off at
Turu-Verein Hall to night, when
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be pre
sented. Our people shouldsee to it
that (he occasion is matin an ova
tion to Ihe gallant Colonel. His
Opera House has been the one un
failing element of life in an excep
tionally dull season. The enter
tainment to-night will be worthy
Ihe attention of our elite. Turn out
in force and make tho night gala
and fruitful of dollars to this un
Who dares say that we are not
on the high road to a thorough
business revival? Wo first noted
tlie reappearance of the itinerant
harpers and violinists who soothe
the savage breast iv a down town
saloon. And now wo have to re
cord tho advent of a blind hurdy
gurdy man. This is cumulative
evidence that brisk times are
ahead. Swallows dp not more
surely indicate tho summer than
do these gentry piping times.
The Unitarian Thursday.
Tho Unitarian people had a social
last night, tho first of w hat they
call "Unitarian Thursdays." The
programme was as follows:
Introductory llemarks Rev, J. D. Wells
Piano Solo—''Ye Merry Birds," Kidio
Solo -"The Miller ot Iho Den." Dr. Corbott
Reading—"The Vagabonds,"..R. A. Fisher
Comic Song—"Karoozleum,". .Mr. Parker
Qatrtette—"Moonlight on the Lake,"
Messrs. Fanning, Darter, Day audCorbett
Rending from Iho "Lady of the Lake,"
G. A. Dobinson
Solo -"Tender and true," Mrs. Caswell
Character Sketch--"Auut Tabitha,"
Mr. Dobinson is entitled to much
credit for the manner in which lie
recited his selection from the
"Lady of the Lake." In descrip
tiveuess of gesture nnd effective
delivery, the latter portion of it
has rarely been equaled. The rest
of tho programme was ably ren
dered. After tho performance de
licious coil'ee, sandwiches and
cakes wero passed around, and then
the floor was cleared for danciug,
and tho "fleeting hours were chased
With flying feet." A very pleas
antly spent evening was the first
Ladies Benevolent Society.
Foi the month of March tho la
dies have to report, quite us many
calls upon their sympathy and re
sources as iv tho past. Some of
them wero even more pressing nnd
requiring larger outlay than before.
So far they havo been nble to re
spond to the immediate wants of
The charities of this Society have
been mostly confined to the relief
of destituto women ami children—
a class that, appeals directly toevery
heart. If there are hi our commu
nity those who are helpless, home
less anil starving, they should re
ceive tbat relief which kindness,
and tho necessities of life would
There are hundreds iv our city
who could spare a trifle each week,
or month. A dime now and then,
saved from some luxury or indul
gence; little shoes outgrown; gar
ments laid aside. These, if sent to
the Society, would go directy to
those who would receive thorn
During the past month ton fami
lies were relieved by the Society.
The donations were as follows:
From Mrs. H. $2.00, from the
Postofllce contribution box, $1.23.
Total, $3.25. Respectfully sub
mitted, Mrs. W. D. Gould,
Council mot iv regular session
yesterday evening, with Mr. Lips
in the Chair.
Present—Messrs. Apablnsa, Potts,
Lips,'Cohn, Jones, Green, Mulllaly.
Minutes of tho last meeting read
Tlie City Judge i t ported tbe col
lection of $30 50 lines for (lie week.
Referred to Finance Committee.
Tho Tax Collector reported tho
collection of licenses to the amount
of §2,018 75, net. Referred to Fi
The Health Ollicer reported the
abatement of thirty nuisances and
various other reforms. Filed.
The City Clerk reported teltlo
ment with Stevenson & Haber as
follows: For 0,537 feet new supply
ditch as per measurement of Super
intendent, ato3o. $0,079 10; for en
larging <i3,ooofeet of old ditch, at Ba.
$3,410; for labor on reservoir dam
as per certificate of City Surveyor,
$I,SIO 40. Total, 911,881 87. Less 20
per cent, reserved for labor on dam,
$303 30. Balance, S 10,072 57. The
Council having paid at various
times on account bonds to the
amount of $10,000, uud there being
no way of issuing fractional bonds,
T have paid them bond for $1,000,
being overpayment to date of
$27 43. As thero was 20 per cent,
received on account of tho dam, the
sum of $303 30, and they aro over
paid on the ditch $20 43, there will
bo a balance duo when the work is
accepted of $335 87." Report ac
The Committee on Water Supply
reported that, owing to a difference
of opinion between tlie City Attor
ney and the Attorney of the Canal
and Reservoir Company as to
whether tho deed offered the city
by that company conforms to the
agreement or not, thoy would rec
ommend that tho matter be sub
mitted to the County Judge for his
opinion. So ordered.
Alio, recommend that the Clerk
be authorized to sell two bonds of
the irrigation series and place the
same in the General Irrigation
Fund, for the purpose of meeting
tho expenses accruing for reservoir
gates, and other incidental ex
penses. So ordered.
The Board of Public Works rec
ommend that the city Surveyor be
instructed to set stakes defining tlie
line of Los Angeles street from
First street to Ogier lane, and that
all parties occupying said street be
instructed to remove all obstruc
tions therefrom. Action postponed >
Also, recommend that tho (Jlerk
bo instructed to advertise for pro
posals for grading tlie east side of
Main street from Fifth to Ninth
streets. So ordered.
Also, recount.rod that the grad
ing of Pearl street be accepted, and
that the Clerk be instructed to issue
warrants for collecting delinquent
assessments for said grading. So
Also, that the Clerk he instructed
to issue warrants for tlie collection
of delinquent assessments for the
opening of Olive street and for lay
ing the Fort slreet sewer. So or
Also, recommend that tbe peti
tion foi' building bridgei ami cul
vert on Pearl street bo granted, but
Hunk tbat property owners should
lirst agree upon tbo grade of the
street in connection wilh tbe City
The Board reports tbat over one
third of tho property owners on
San Pedro street desire the widen
ing of that street, provided the as
sessment does not exceeil 85 cents
per front foot. Also, ask if Ihe as
sessment can be legally made in
that manner. The Hoard was
granted tWO weeks further time to
Also, recommend that Mr. Cas
sldy be paid a warrant for $330 GG
on account, ami that the balance of
$209 due him lie paid at tlie expi
ration of thirty days, if tlie work
is kept in order for that time.
Petition of property owners on
the extension of Fifth street, pro
testing against the acceptance of
Rosecranz's deed for right of way,
as it deflects from the true lino of
said street, was received. Also,
protest against the dismissal of the
suit already commenced for open
ing said street. Mr. O. M. BUM
addressed tho Couucil by permis
sion, in explanation of tho petition.
The City Surveyoroxhibited a map
showiug the deflection by tbe Ros
ecranz deed. Mr. Green asked the
opinion of the City Attorney. Gen.
Ronton was hoard on the subject.
Petition denied, and the proceed
ings ordered dismissed when the
street is opened for travel.
Petition of Geo. 11, Pike for
necessary water for sprinkling
streets, received. Also, communi
cation from S. H. Mott, Secretary
of tbe Water Company, asking to
meet a committee of three of the
Council ou tlie water question. The
chair nppointed Messrs. Cohn,
Green and Jones stihl committee.
Dr. Grlllln was heard on behalf of
the Water Company. The water
was ordered turned on for oue
Pelition of properly owners on
Adams street, asking that the
grade of said street be established
between Main nnd Figuoroa streets.
Referred to the Hoard of Public
Petition of 15. C. Whiting asking
a change of Banjo, on Adams street.
Petition of J. li. Cruz in regard
to tho opening of Macy street. Re
ferred to Hoard of Public Works.
Petition of A Glassoll for tlie
construction of water gates on the
West Hide ditch. Referred to the
Petition of Horace Bell in regard
In nuisance made by tlie tarda on
Figueroa street, near Pico. Refer
red to Zanja Committee.
Petition of Deming, Palmer it
Co., asking that the water be
turned out of zanja on Old All*o
street for six days. Ordered turned
out for three duys.
Petition of J. H. Lankerthlm in
regard to tho condition of the Oa
ltueuga Pass road. Referred to
Board of Public Works.
Petition of H. Ballerinn for ap
pointment as Deputy iSanjero.
Placed on file.
A bill from the Senate was re
ceived, authorizing the payment to
J. S. GrifTln of a warrant issued in
ISB3 and lost. Referred to Finance
Committee for Investigation.
Bill of $23 83 for freight on water
gates, was ordered puid, uuder sus
pension of the rules. Action de
ferred on the payment of tlie bill
for the gates.
Bills of Ferguson and Foster
were ordered paid by warrants on
the General Irrigation Fund.
Bill of O. W. Guilds for $74, for
labor, was ordered paid by warrant
on the Water Fund.
Bill of $28, for labor on tho Canal
and Reservoir ditch, was ordered
paid by warrant on the General Ir
The sum of $100 was appropriated
Hie City Attorney from the Cash
Fund, for expenses iv attending to
a case iv the Supreme Court at
San Francisco on the 15th inst.
Dr. Llndley was granted leavo to
connect with the Fort street sewer.
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Attention is directed to tho pro
fessional card of Dr. L. McGuire,
which appears uuder New To-Day
in (his morning's Hibald.
Spied Programme of the California Agricul-
At a meeting of tlie Directors of
the State Agricultural Society the
following programme was adopted!
First day—Trotting—2:26 class.
Purse $1,500; first horse, $000; sec
ond horse, $550; third horse $150.
Samo day—Trolling—2:4o class.
Purse, $1,000; first horse, $000, sec
ond horse, $300; third horse, $100.
Second day — Running — Mile
heats for untried three-year-olds;
$100 entrance: $50 forfeil; $350 ad
ded; second horse saves entrance
Samo day—Running—Milo dash
for two-year-olds; $50 entrance; $25
forfeit; $250 adifed; second horse
saves entraooa money.
Same day—Running—Mile heats
free for all; purse, $1,2011; first horse
$720; second horse, $300; third
Purse, $1,500; first horse, $000; sec
ond horse, $450; third horse, $150.
Same day—Trotting—Free forail
four-year-olds and under; purse,
$000; first horse, $300; second horse,
$180; third horse, $00.
Fourth day — Running — Mile
boats, free for all three-year-olds;
$100 entrance; $50 forfeit; $350 ad
ded; second horse saves entrance
Same day, running, two-mile
heats, free for all; purse, $1,200;
lirst horse, $720; second horse, $300;
third horse, $130.
Same day, trotting, for three
year-olds and under; purse, $000;
lirst horse, $300; second horse, $180.
A. Rose, barred.
Fifth day—Trotting, 2:30 clas*;
purse, $1,500; lirst horse, $900; sec
ond horse, $450; third horse, $150.
Same day, trotting, free forail;
puree, $1,501); first home, $1)00; sec
ond horse, $450; third horse, $150.
Sixtli day—Running, two-mile
heats, free for all three-year-olds;
$200 entrance, $100 forfeit; $500
added;second horse saves entrance
Same day, miming, fiee handi
cap, mile heats; purse, $400; $50 en
trance; $25, if declared, added.
Entrance to close September Ist;
declarations, September 14th.
Piece of plate" valued at $250, to
any horse who beats the record in
Entries to all stakes will closeon
Saturday, Juno Ist.
Entries to all purees will close
Thursday, August Ist.
Five to enter and three to start
iv all races for purses.
National Trotting Association
rules to govern trotting races.
Pacilic Coast rules to govern run
ning races, except as above.
Each day's races will commence
promptly at one o'clock p. M,
Profit of Goats —Tho follow
ingitem, as given by Mr. Stockton,
of the firm of I! ilium & Stockton,
Hornitas, Mariposa county, will
give some idea ot what may be
Mono in the goat business: The
firm commenced in 1884 With a few
common goats, and in 1574 sold oil'
all but sixty of the finest graded.
Since 1871 Ihe sale of goats has
•mounted to 12,129. Wool baa been
sold lo tho amount of $3,400. Goats
now on hand, 1,025, which could
not he bought for $20 per head.
Total value, $20,500, thus showing
a net increase from Oi) goats in six
years of 905, aud total cost realiza
tion of 829,(125, boing over 54.0U0
per annum, This would seem to in
dicate that goat raising la anything
but a losing busiuess.
Hint r let 4'iiiirt StcrcLvtdi,J.
Thursday, April 11.
Jones vs. Flubf et Gerson- Ten
days further time granted in which
to prepare and servo stalemeut on
motion for new trial,
L. Harris vs. S. Davidson—Mo
tion to open default and judgment
granted on condition that the de
fendant pay all costs incurred up
to tho time of answer. Defendant
granted fifteen days to answer.
Solsen vs. Grand—Findings for
defendant ordered filed.
Sears vs. Heiman et al. —By con
sent, orderetl that defendant Fisher
be allowed to release his properly
from attachment by giving bond
with sufficient security in the sum
comity Court BraPHBSg, .1.
Thursday, April 11.
G. K. Long, assignee, vs. J. Strel
itz—Ry consent, case postponed
until April 17th at 10 a. m., and
jurors instructed to return at that
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.1 c riUioiitoN p KlUam-Lot 60, Pup
ton sulphur Weill lo Sec U TSSRII W;
Francisco Iturncll de Montalvan to
Alex Weill—6.o9acres adJolnlDg VUobor
Teresa and Kduvlgeß Hull: lo Horace
Bell-1.0l 11, hill.l2,Ord's survey; 81.
L E Page and F B Gravel to H T Elu
ard-Lots3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Pi, 10, 19, 20, 23,
24.28,38.80 and 82, Hazard's suhdlvlsion
of lot 10, Griffin's Addition lo Bast Los
11 X Hazard lo L ■ Pat* and F E
Gravel-lots 1,2.6,8,9,10, 13. 11,17, 18.21,
22, 86, 27, 20 and 31, Grutin's Addition to 1£
Allied Rohlnson, Trustee, to W .1 I'al
lersou-Si: of NE 'i Sue UT SSRII W;
V Tatalet lo P Puissogiir— Lot 8, blk G,
I Aliso tract; J2OBO.
L Alexander, by County Tax Collector,
to Juan Bernard—Lot l>. blk 172, and hits
<i, R, Sand T, block 122, Santa Monica;
G U Davis, by County Tax Colleolnr, lo
A Eldred and 0 N Wllson-S }<, of N of
SW H Sec 17 T 28 R 18 W; 820 05.
Fulton's mineral water is sold at
Meriam's, Central Hloek, Spring
street. April 12-lw.
Tbo night was dark and all
around in gloom boueath the star
less night—when a man shouted
"Let's go to Wood's Opera House."
The Most Precious of Gifts.
Health Is undeniably a moro precious
gift than riches, honor or pow
er. Who would exchange it
for these, tbo chief objects
of human ambition 1 It Is obviously tho
part of wisdom to employ means fur the
preservation of health and tho prolonga
tion of life which time and experience
have proved to be reliable. Many of tbe
dungcrs by which health Is threatened
may be nuliifled by the use of tha' mokt Ir
resistible of correctives and tonics, II ostet
ter's tjtoinach Bltters,whlcb,by increasing
vital power and rendering the physical
functions regular nnd active, kcopH the
system lv good working order und pro
tects It against disease. For constipation,
dyspepsia, liver complaint, nervousnoss,
kidney and rheumatic ullmeuts, It Is lu
vnluable, and it affords a sure defence
against malarial fevers, besides removing
every trace of such disease from tho sys
tem. Half a wlneglasstal taken before
meals improves tho appetite and Insures
complete digestion ami assimilation.
A boy stood on tlie burning deck,
witli bis baggage checked for Troy;
lie j limped off tlie deck aud went
to Wood's Opera House—smart
Billy While in his tight rope
clog and jig at Wood's Opera
Polish the Youngsters' Teeth
With SOZ JDONT, nnd when Ihev grow
up their mouths win be garnished with
sound and handsome ones. The founda
tion or many a toothache Is laid in child
hood by neglect, uud It Is very Important
to tho well-being ot either child or adult
that tho teeth should be well taken care
of. Bad teeth aro no 111 masticators of
tre food, and breed dyspepsia. Make
tliera white and strong, therefore, with
SOZODOMT, a preservative of xupreme
excellence and purity. Use It without
Mothers, Mother, Mothers.
Don't fall to procure Mm. Winst.ow's
Soothing SYune lor all diseases of
1 <•■•> long In children. It relieves Ihe
child from pain, cun-s wind colic, regu
lates the bowels, and,by giving relief and
health to tho child, gives rest to the
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
THURSDAY, April 11.
A M Bassett. Bin Ann Mrs Wicks, Downy
Thos Karley. do Mlssltoss, do
I, Jackson, San Juan II 1) Melculf, Maine
Miss kldwanls.Arizna Mis- Metcalf, do
R Townsend. Anahm O Collins, NewYrk
SII Brown ell A wf, T B Wilson, do
Providence, It I X sykes, Washntn
R M Wood, Fresno W A Kidd, city
J Schiesseuger.rmoa L NewaX an,Praictt
HAN RIIANOISKJO STOCK AND XX-
moiww.i n bbiow.
San Franciiico. April 11.
Ophir 32 Jl>@32 59 I Bolclier 2 76A9 70
Mexlrau 8 Nov 4 10<.t,;j IB
O fz 0 GWi | Dtall jTWOS
B k II 11l 00 | Bullion 8 «,)
fjftlllornl* 29)«f*M I exchequer ..a 0009 55
Savage ■.'■,.■<.'., Overman ...lOIiSIOM
000 Va lDVijJJtf I Justice B^Alf
Obollar 24 00 Union 4 ftruii 70
H&N SH&'i I Alta G»,'Cv7.
Crown Point 4 110 1 Julia ;l 1001 15
V Jacket ti'j®'. I Caledonia.. .2 10ffl2 HI
Imperial 45 1 8 Hill 1 1%;1 ]0
Kentuck 3CO Benton 1 <j3;,j,l M
All.ha CH®*» I
San Francisco, April 11.
It A 10 4!i 8 F Uis Co 101 b
EurekaDon...4S947M g v woo mm a
Jackson 4U California... LH^iLie.-.
Alps 2 40 Con Va 11M.4.9 HPi
Belmont 1 25« 140 Ophir livcii
(telle VXi Mexican ~..Ji<A
Manhattan....Hial'Va Julia eJjf.Afl 88
U I'rizo 05i?.<% Wurd .'. 1
Navajo 1 SMIM Overman lu>4
Indepead'e..! 1,! ( In Alta li'A- r >\,
Hamburg....:! 8-Vaa 90 II & N 8 1
Hillside 1 H Nevada ;i IB
Modoc 1 75 v al 70 yuccor 1 I.VO 0">
Kodlo 1 losisl 05 Jacket ay
llechtel 2 B & B l.Vyc'ls'.,
Leeds 1 60 Union 4 7i1,ul Xt
Tip-Top 1 HO3l 75 Benton 1 Il0;.ll (15
s Klnc, Io Justice O'.'iio ,
Homestake 6 Savage 9i38>2
0 I' B li M I. Caledonia 2 Io
N Beach & Al 09 b SHill 1 05
S'rom n IMstlitslilNlicil Jurist.
" I have tried I ho Peruvian svkop, end
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new man of me, lulusod iu
lo my system new vigor and energy. I
em no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, and witli a larger capacity for
labor—mental and physical—than at unv
lime during the last live years. Sold by
Do II al Once!
Persons who have become thoroughly
1 chilleo fiout any cause, may have their
circulation ato.ico restored hy tailing in
to the stomach a tcuspoonflll Of Johnson's
Anodyun Liniment, mixed in a little cold
water, w, II v. eelened.
A Wins: - Awake YouTU'Si Pafkb.—
Tot Judicious editing, BjSleel and popular
contributors, und sprlghly, i-iite-riiilning
reading,the Youth's Oom/xm.of Boston
has no superior amoug tlie yua i ti's publi
& Romrkablo Cure.
West Townsknd, Vt.,Muy 11, 1860.
M ts»ia. a. W, Fowlk & Sons.
Gentlemen—Several years slnco I took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where tt. remained without reluxtttlon. 1
was then lv .Massachusetts, anil growing
worse uud becoming unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned homo and com
menced searching In earnest lor Nome
medlctue which would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, hut obtained no
belli and dally g:ew worse. 1 bad a ter
rible COUgb aud raised a good deal ol
blood. I had profuse uight sweats and
severe pain la my side, 1 continued in
this stale tor months.and became so weak
that it was with great dlUlculty ] could
walk, when I was advised to try Wlsr.wi r>
Balsam op Wu.d Cuftiun , and, to
my great joy I sooai lound tiiat lids rem.
edy bad arrested the Disease. I contin
ued lo use the Balsam Io the extern Ol'flVi
bottles and have, slnco then expt iii i,.-.-.
iiodltnoalty of the lungs. 1 b.-lleve Un
Balsam suved mylife and I shall ever h,.iu
it In high estimation.
Lyon's Kathaihon makes i.euutluil
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its lull
ing out or turning gray. It has stood thr
test of 40 years Is perfumed
and has no rival.
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, catl Ie and sliccp, and Intends to
keep them through tho winter should at
once get a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders. One dollar's
worth will savo at least a half a ton of
Physiology and Phrenology.
At her roAms, southeast corner of Second
and <Hive streets, from lo a. m. to r p. m.,
on Physiology and Pbreaology. All per
sons suffering from any kind of disease,
male or female, should not fail of con
sulting Mrs. 11., ns sho will answer all
uuestionK on Pyslology. All secrels kept
Inviolate. I'ersntis wishing to cousult
Mrs. B. at their own residences, can
leave their orders al steere A Itnldy's
Furniture Store, 110 Main street, opposite
the Court House.
IMrCIIARGES MODERATE, felO-lm
llurnell & ltebupck,
Landscape Gardeners and
J«tf No. 105 SPRING ST.
rkiAAA Salary, ».>,Bj»n
IJM ■■■■111 " BtlJ w ' urStaploSocllh
/■■■■a-1.,.. Expenses f>l>l. A*
•fl I I| | * I, HAS T * CO,, No. 1,
yIUV V «,0 A.Hom.S., CloolßU.B.'*
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». W. SUTHERLAND,
; (Successor to H. SLOTTERBECK &, Co.)
No. 1 Commercial St., Los Angeles,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps,
Cartridges, Wads, Fishing Tackle,
And everything pertainlne to .SPORTSMEN'S! GOODS. Havo on band the larraal
and best stock of BREECH-LOADING SHOTGUNS, RIFLES and PISTOLS In
Southern California, which we will sell at prices to suit the times.
Aitent for the new BALLARD RIFLES, the BEST and CHEAPEST GUN In the
world. HLOTTERBECK'S CELEBRATED SPORTING RIFLE.
Repairing Done by Practical Workmen * Guaranteed.
Saturday, March 16, 1878.
104 Main St., Opposite the Court House,
WHERE THE LARGEST, BEBT AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, ETC.,
Ever brought to this city is now open for inspection,
consisting of all tne
LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
For Ladies', Cents and Children's Wear.
LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S CUSTOM WORK A Specialty.
Under the Supervision of Mr. George Stone.
33-"Uppers and Shoo Findings Constantly on Hand.
m 16 tf
DILLON & KENEALY
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR
Direct from European and Eastern Manufacturers.
Black and Colored Silks, Shawls,
OF EVERY VARIETY AND STYLE.
Figured and Plain Piques, Printed Linen
Lawns, American, French and
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, Plain and Fancy.
WW An immense stock of DOMESTIC GOODS, all hrands.-sw
■orspeoial attention Is called to LRdies' Underwear, Gent's Furnishing Goods
Llnlo I bread and Kid Gloves, Tips, etc.
20,000 YARDS BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERIES, ALL PRICES.
DILLON Ac KENEALY,
86 MAIN ST., OPPOSITE TEMPLE BLOCK, Los Angeles.
Mr 15-1 m
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN MANUFACTURERS.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc.
I cull Hie attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to my stock, which
they ure invited to examine, as I can
Soli Cheaper than San Francisco at Wholesale and
Corner of Los Angeles and Commercial Sts., Hellman Block.
X" U EJ I-
Cheaper than Wood
Los Angeles Gas Co.,
ATTHEIR YARD ON ALI9O STREET.
$15.50 PER TON.
Grand Central Saloon
No. 38 Main St.
CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINKS,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
■V-Beatof MALT LIQUORS, Imported
and domeillc, bottled aud ou draught.
m?SU MAIN A rUHMAN
Dr. SK-iiiiiiii in
ESSENCE OF LIFE
18 A POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT
remedy for the cure of nervous and
physical debility, spermaton -hew, seminal
wen k uess and premature deollne.
The Essence of Life
In the only safe and tare remedy and will
restore exhausted vitality without mil,
permanently and erTectuully, no mailer
(mm what cause or of how lone standing
The Kwsonee of Life
Is pleasant to take), and le free from all
noxious drugs; It glvee lone lo the diges
tive organs, strength to the neives, and
purifies and enilehes Lhe blood, thereby
eradicating all morbid eruptions ni the
Price, |8 per bottle, or four times Lhe
quantity in case, $10, with full direction**
ratr use. feeut to any address, secure from
observation, upon receipt of price, which
may be sent by express, registered letter,
or Poetotttce money order, or C. O. I.
within *M miles of Man Francisco.
References of Ihe highest standing and
unquestionable veracity from pernor, s
that have been cured. To be had only al
Oft. SiKINHART'eJ, 42U KKARNY ST.,
Han Franoleco, Cal.. where all letters
should be addressed,
Oflice bourn from » t\. m, to 4 r. m. and t)
tn g f. h. marlS-Su-lyr
MFIIII' 7* ar to Annts. OatA ami m
X Vllllll* u '*•" *** sd.