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Printing. Briefs, Transcripts, etc.,
printed at low rates.
Ponet & Orr
Have removed their Under
taking and Picture-Frame
Warerooms to the store formerly
occupied by B. Sotelo, No. 45 Main
street, uuder the Lafayette
I offer my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
Bxlo $1 35
9x12 1 50
9x13... 1 65
10x12 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x86 3 35
15x40 3 50
Other sizes in proportion.
2.6x6.6x1 inch $1 60
3.6x6.6x1J, moulded 1 90
2.8x6.8x1} " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1} " 2 25
2.10x6.10x1} " 250
3x7xl} " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction lv paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
quena 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 aud respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
on hand. Joe Bayfh.
oct 4 tf
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
have made arrangements to receive
monthly cargoes of the famous Ph.
Best Brewing Company's export
lager beers. These beers are made
at Milwaukee and bottled by the
Messrs. Slam in & Meyer. The
tirst of tho cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of an entire load.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to offer special advantages
to purchasers. Tbe first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at the Centennial Expo
sition, at tlie Wisconsin State Fair,
held at Milwaukee, and at the
luter-State Fair held at Chicago.
The nicest and prettiest line of
men's and buys' clothing that has
been seen in Los Angeles is just
received at Meyerstein's, 49 Main
street, next door to the Bank. oml
Qo to McKenzre's, 129 Main
street, Ponet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors and
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
quors Is guaranteed, and McKen
lie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. J3tf
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 and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Re
quena streets, opposite the U. 8.
Ladies, drop into tbe Bazaar and
see that line of summer silk which
they aro just opening; also those
imported ladies suits at away down
prices for cash only. Isaac Norton
& Co., corner of Main and Requena
streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel.
For all kinds of tents, wagon
covers and awnings, go to John
Shaffer, No. 68 Alameda street, op
posite Bisters' School. He sells
and sews all kinds of canvas
cheaper than any oue in Los Au
geles or Sau Francisco, by hand ot
machine. Second hand tents
bought and sold or to rent. ft3tf
Call on Caroline 0. Burton, at
No. 148 Main street, proprietress of
the Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
and waterfalls at tho shortest no-
Use. Tangled hair straightened
and made up Into any shape. Per
fumeries of the Quest quality al
ways on hand. oct4-lm-eod.
Meyerstein, 49Main street, is now
receiving his Spring stock. Tbey
are indeed the prettiest goods
ever brought to this market, and
the prices are far below any that
we have heard. To convince them
selves we advise those wishing to
purohase to give Mr. Meyerstein a
City Bill Poster.
M. Kugel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all tbe best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Office, No. 3
Market street. ap26tf
Tbe Russian Eleotric Baths of R.
Hughes andWlfe are located at No.
16 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dles will ba waited upou by persons
of their own Bex. novl4tf
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pale
Ale on draught at McKenzie's.
Do not fail to go and see the new
stock of drygoods, clothing, boots
and shoes which has just been
opened and are selling lower than
ever at Meyerstein's, 49 Main street,
uext to the Bank. mr9ml
Those who wish to purchase
Heatty'a celebrated solid rose-wood
pianos and Golden Tongued organs
at a most starling reduction In
price* for cash, will do well to ad
dress Reavia Bros., box 1019. A car
load of these superb instruments
will arrive in thirty day, and every
instrument will be sold on from
five to fifteen days trial. They are
fully warranted for six years. 2(8
Oenulne Napa 'soda at Mc-
Mothers, Mother* Mothers.
Don't fall to prooure Has. WiksljOW's
Soothing Btrup for all diseases of
teething In children. It relieves the
child from pain, cures wind colic, regu
lates tha bowels, and,by giving relief and
health to tha child, gives rast to the
THURSDAY MAY 9, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House.
The facilities of the II eralo Sleam
Printing House for doing Job work aro not
surpassed In California outside of San
Francisco and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be executed with neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
Hereafter notices of companies, socie
ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted
In the IISKALnns paid advertisements,
We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY
Division of Telegrams Reports for
the Wenefltof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Oft J.i May ft, 1878.
Muxlmum Thermometer, 70.
Minimum ** 43.
J. If. Frantz, Observer.
The steamer Aueon fails for San
Mr. Lang is making rapid prog
ress on the new Lankershim and
Van Nuys Hour mill, at tlie old
The attention of all interested Is
directed to the order cf Brigadier
General Murphy, which appears In
our New To-Day.
The Express's very clever metri
cal and Illustrated categorical effort,
with the cuts, has been reproduced
iv tbe Santa Barbara Press.
The Hamilton House, four miles
north of Pasadeua, in the foot-hills,
is a charming place in which to
spend a few weeks.
Mr., F. X. liberie, of the City
Gardens, left yesterday overland
for a shoit business trip to San
Fresh salmon and shrimp at On
etott's market, Spring street, this
afternoon. Salmon 20 cents per
The Right Rev. Bishop Kip will
administer the rite of confirma
tion in St. Michael's Episcopal
Church, Anaheim, on Sunday
Mr. D. O. Mills and party re
turned from the Sierra Madre Villa
yesterday, and last evening went
down to Santa Monica in the spe
cial palace car in which they came
from San Francisco.
To the kindly individual who is
in the habit of coming Into our
sanctum and carrying off our ex
changes we present our compli
ments with the request that he
will let them alone hereafter.
The San Fernando oil terntory
is past the stage of experiment, the
Pico wells alone having yielded
$8000 in a single month. We shall
await Prof. Gunning'sdevelopmeut
Angeleflos at San Francisco ho
tels on tho 7th ilist.: J. A. Graves,
Lick House; E. Laveuthal, Cos
mopolitan; li. ('. Goodwin, The
Baldwin; A. F. Judge, American
The ease against the three China
men who assaulted ofTlcer Keller
a few days ngo, was dismissed in
tbe County Court yesterday on mo
tion of the District Attornry, on
the ground that the evidence was
not sufficient to convict.
The boys of St. Vincent's College
picnicked at the Arroyo Seco yes
tcrdrry. Music was furnished hy
their own band which, under the
able tuition of Professor Guerrier,
considering tlie short time since its
organization, lias reached a high
state of perfection. On their return
they drove through several streets
of tho city and played a number of
airs very creditably.
We fire at v loss to fittingly re
turn thanks to Mrs. Templetou
anJ tlie Messrs. Jack Hathwell
and Charles 8. Johnson for the ex
quisite bouquets with which they
beautified our dingy oflice last eve
ning, filling it with a fragrance
that we imagine cannot be excelled
by that of the famed Vale of
The following is from the San
Fraucisco Post: "Tho Los Angeles
Democratic Couuty Committeo met
on the night of the 4th, and after
considerable discussion adjourned
to May 11 th, when a strictly par
tisan convention will be arranged
for. The fusionists threaten 'a
people's nomination' in the inter
est of monopoly and corruption."
We beg to ask our contemporary
who these "fusionists" are that
threaten a People's nomination in
the interest of "monopoly and cor
ruption." They certainly are not
Democrats. There is not a fusion
ist amongst them.
The City Gardens of tlie liberie
Brothers, on Sau Pedro street, be
low the old Sauta Monica depot, is
one of the must beautiful spots in
Los Angeles. Tho Messrs. Eberle
have spared no expense iv improv
ing their place and the Gardeus to
day, in tbeir suitability for picnic
parties, or as a resort for families
who wish to spend a day among
tho beauties of nature, cannot be
excelled ou the Pacific Coast. Spe
cial inducements are offered by the
proprietors to societies seeking; a
place in which to hold their cele
brations. To such and all others
we would say by all means consult
the Messrs. Kberle before engaging
grounds elsewhere, as their terms
are most reasonable aud every oare
is taken to prevent the eutrancd of
The highest kickers In the world
next week ut Wood* Opera House
—tho Duval Sisters.
A large, fashionable aud dellght
pd audience last night witnessed
the opening performance of Sals
bury's Troubadours. "Patchwork,"
a laughable extravaganza which
admits of a great deal of very
clevercharaoter acting and singing
of the British blond aud opera
bouffe type, was the piece selected
for the opening night. On the oc
casion of the la9t visit of the troupe
to LO9 Angeles, Mr. Salsbury was
absent, owing to sicknesi. He is a
strong card in the conblnntion nnd,
after seeing him once, "Patch
work" would seem rather jejune
without him. His version of Hip
Van Winkle, an imitation ot Joe
Jeffetson, is a very neat piece of
stage business. Miss Nellie Mc-
Henry returns from her Austra
lian trip even more sprightly than,
as we remember her, last year, and
vyhen she saug "Pretty as a Pic
ture" she looked the words to per
fection. It would bo hard to give
a too cordial recognition to Miss
McHenry's archness, dash anil gen
eral soubrelte talents. She was a
great favorite from her first appear
ance aud we have been rarely
called upon to admire a more
charming stage hoyden. Miss
Blanche Corelli wus replaced last
night by Miss Helen Oraysun, who
filled the several roles assigned to
her very acceptably.
Mr. JohnGourlay has lost nothing
of the line vein of low comedy
wliic!) he developed on his former
visit. This young gentleman real
ly possesses talents of ■ very pro
nounced order. He is tlie very em
bodiment of luscious fun, und his
songs are rendered with a rael
lowuess and artistic finish seldom
encountered in his walk ou the
stage. His "All that Glitters is
Not Gold" was received very
win inly, as it deserved to be.
During the evening Mr. Webster
contributed in an unobtrusive way
to the general jollity of the per
formance. "Patchwork" will be
given again to-night and should at
tract a very large audience toTurn
verin Hall. The box sheet is open
at Upham & Rae's for those who
desire to enguge seats.
The third of the series of delight
ful reunions known as "Uuitarian
Thursdays," takes place at Good
Templars' Hall this evening. Be
low we present the programme for
Piano Solo Mr. I.iudlo-g.
Song "Osalla," .Arevalo.
Mr. Fred. K. Berry.
Reading, "Marc Antony's Oration."
Mr. C. F. Towusend.
Ilnet "For Ever Mine," Arditl.
Mrs. 8. B. Caswell dt Mrs. J. G. Kastmun.
Quartette, "The Soldier's Farewell,"
Messrs. J. H. Parker, V. A. Vltali, M. S.
Severn ore and D. R. Rao.
Itoading, "Tbe Jackdaw of Rheims,"
Mr. ii. A. Dobinson.
So'.o "Non over," Tito Mattel.
Mr. Chas. Hasselman.
Character Sketch, "Darwinism In the
REFRESH If KNTS.
To conclude with a social dance.
The Promenade concert.
The programme of the Prome
nade Concert, at Union Hall, Sat
urday evening, embraces tlie fol
1. Prairio of the Wost Quickstep, Conterno
2. World's Peace Jubilee Ed. tteyor
3. Thousand and One Night Waltz, Strauso
4. Happy bo Thy Dream (Serenade, Air,
6. Selection from Opera Macbeth Verdi
0. Union Hall Galop Conterno
After an Intermission of ten min
utes a social hop will bo including
two quadrilles, two waltzes, the
Lancers, schottische, waltz, qua
drille and redowa. The concert
will commence at 8 p. m. sharp and
eline at 11 o'clock.
The strawberry and ice cream
festival for the benefit of the Blue
Ribbon readiug room attracted a
very large audience at Union Hall
last evening. The tables were
beautifully decorated with ever
greens and flowers, and were pre
sided over by many of Los Augeles'
fairest bolle9. Ice cream, lemon
ade and strawberries, served by
charming young ladies, und eaten
while listening to the strains of
sweet music, certainly was a high
order of enjoyment. The tele
phone, oue end at Union Hall and
the other in tha County Court
room across the street, was quite a
centre of attraction; and bits of
songs, scraps of poetry, and instru
mental music, were uttered in the
delicate diagram of the telephone,
aud heard with varying distinct
ness by the listeners. We aro in
formed that the affair was a finan
cial success; it certainly was other
Dlati-lut Court BirrjLviDi. J.
Wednesday, May 8.
Los Angeles City vs. J. J. War
ner—Case closed; ten days to tile
Cottle vs. Cottle—One day furth
er time to file amendment to an
swer ami cross-complaint.
Couuly Court Stephens, J.
Wednesday, May 8, 1878.
Tbe People vs Ah Yung, Ah
Wong and Ah You—Appeal from
Judge Peel's Court. Defendants
dismissed ou motion of tlie Dis
trict Attorney, the evidence io bis
opinion being insufficient to con
Ladies', Misses and children's
fancy colored hose in pale blue,
pink, navy blue and seal brown,
also a full line of kid gloves and
corsets very cheap, for cash ouly, at
the Bazaar, uoruer of Main and Re
quena streets, opposite the U. S.
The most complete aud extensive
combination In America, Happy
Troubldeers, at Wood'sOperaHouse
Father Buchard, the eminent aud
able Catholic divine, delivered his
lecture entitled "Exclusive Salva
tion," to a very large assemblage
at the Cathedral last evening. Be
fore tlie beginning ofthe discourse
a select choir rendered some excel
lent music, and the lecture Itself
was proceeded with promptly at
7:30 P. X,
The Rev. Father took for his
subject text, the loth and lGth
verses of tlie 16111 chapter of St.
Mark (Douay version),' Go ye in
to all the whole world aud teach
all nations. He that believeth
ami Is baptized, shall be saved,
be that believeth not shall
be condemned." The lecturer
began by the remark, "Truth
is always intolerant of error. This
Is true of both the natural and su
pernatural orders." Tlie truths of
science are intolerant. There may
bo many errors—there can be but
one truth concerning a scieutitio
matter. Speaking of science, he
slated tbat its truths were all iv
harmony with revelation, when
properly understood, and ho who
stated otherwise, ouly showed him
self to be half educated. Tbe Cath
olic, the christian cburcb, was dog
matically, doctritislly intolerant;
intolerant of error, of wroug and
siu. Jesus Christ, its founder, was
similarly intolerant. Speaking of
the cities that would refuse to hear
His doctrines, Christ said,
•'lt will bo more tolerable for
Sodom aud Qomonah in the day of
Judgement, than for that city."
Christ only founded one Church,
and that Church had only one set
of doctrines. "He that believeth
and is baptized shall bo saved.
He that believeth not shall be
condemned," or "damned," as the
Protestaut version has it. This is
the "exclu9iven«ss" of the Bible.
This truth cannot be obliterated.
St. Paul pronounced heresy "a
deadly sin," in his Epistle to the
It is absurd lo suppose that more
than oue Church can be right. To
say that two Churches, like the
Church of England and the Scotch
Kirk, for instance, which, in
many respects, teach doctriues di
ametrically opposed to each other,
is like saying that two aud two
make four aud live at the same
time; a fourth part of the thing is
equal to the whole, or that a mur
der can bo a heinous crime and a
virtue at one and tbe same time.
The speaker here cited great num
bers of scriptural quotations to
prove that there can be but one
true church and church ductrlue.
What would bo thought, of the
Church of England, for instance,
if she should teach that both she and
the Presbyterian Church were the
true church, when their doctrines
arc so opposed to each other. A
church, to be sensible and con
sistent, must, it it has any faith
iv its claim to being tlie Church of
God, teach that it Is t.ie ouly true
And tbe Protestaut churches are
really as intolerant as the Catholic,
although tbey claim nut to be, aud
direct all their missiles against the
Catholic church. Tho eighteenth
of the thirty-nine Articles of
Faith of tho Church of England,
the Confession of Faith of tlie
Scotch Kirk and the doctrine, of the
Geneva Calviuists, all teach direct
ly that "there can be no ordinary
possibility of salvation" outside of
their respective churches. The
Protestant doctrine of fore-ordina
tion, sends even infants to eternal
The Catholic church Is also in
tolerant. 'Iho Bible teaches that
none but those holding tbe true
christian faith cau be saved. The
means of grace must also be ob
served. No person wilfully neg
lecting baptism can be saved. The
Bible says so. Heresy consists of a
knowing, willful und malicious
disregard of the means of grace.
Inviucible ignorance may excuse
many, but tbe church is constrain
ed to believe and teach that there
is no salvation outside of its pale.
Yet the church is a kind mother.
She has nut lung to do with those
who are dead. The soul of man is
left to its God, and none but He
cau judge it. A mau may repent
and be forgiven iv the last momeut
of his existence, and like the thief
ou Cavalry,die to be with tlie Lord
The learned lecturer was listened
to with the closest attention
throughout and evidently created a
deep impression on the large aud
Board of Supervisors.
Wednesday, May 8, 1878.
Roard met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Full Board present.
Ii) the matter of allowance to W.
W. Allen for laud taken for Galla
tin and Lexington road. Post
poned until next meeting.
Railroad Avenue, Sauta Monica.
On motion of Supervisor Young,
said street is hereby declared a
Ou motion of Supervisor Young,
the Clerk is directed to notify tbe
Sisters of Charity that the Board
has a contract with E. Neitzke &
Co. for burying the indgent dead at
$6 20 each, aud that the Board will
not pay any more.
In the matter of printing election
blanks and a supplement to the
Great Register. Ou motion of Su
pervisor Prager tbe Clerk is hereby
authorized to have said work done
In the matter of preparing bonds
for Hospital and Poor Farm
grounds. On motion of Supervisor
Prager the Dislrict Attorney is
hereby requested to prepare the
form of said bonds and deliver the
same to C. Prager to have them
Iv the matter of request of M. F.
Quinn to the Board to vacate their
order appointing Thomas Freer
Road Overseer for El Monte road
district. Supervisor Young moved
to reconsider the action of tlie
Board appointing said Freer Road
The afternoon session was occu
pied iv auditing bills.
In the matter of the Trabuco
Caflon road, the Board at its ses
sion on Monday, in addition to in
definitely postponing consideration
of the petition, Instructed the Dis
trict Attorney to proceed to collect
tbe amount due on the bond of J.
C. Hickey and W. W. Hlckey, the
road not having beeu declared a
Adjourned till to-morrow at 10
DOOMED TO HYDROPHOBIA.
A Beautiful Waihlngton Lady Bitten by a
Mad Dog la France.
The West End people have been
a good deal excited on account of
the dreadful misfortuue which has
overtaken the family of General
Beale, tbe late United States Min
ister to Austria. Miss Mary Beale
was not long since an acknowl
edged belle in this city, where she
first met M. Bekmeliff, an attache
of the Russian Legation, anil a love
affair at once sprang up between
the parties. General Beale waa
much dissatisfied with this, as in
onmmou with many other Ameri
cans of fortune, he was opposed to
alliances wbioli necessarily severed
family relatious here. Fur a
long time Mr. Bekmelltl was
forbidden tbe house. At
length, however, wbilo General
Beale, as Minister, and his family
were residing In Viennti, the
youthful diplomat managed tn be
truusierretl to iho Russian Liga
tion there, and a renewal of the
former intimacy took place.
Bekiuetitt' belougs to a distin
guished family iv Russia, aud alter
many consultations between the
two families tbe engagement was
ratified and the union consum
mated, to the satisfaction of all par
ties. Soon after Mr. Bekmetilf was
transferred to Paris, where, with
his wife, he has since resided and
occupied a prominent position In
that gayest of all cities. Mr*.
Bekmetilf, from her childhood, has
been remarkably fond of dogs, uf
which she made great pets.
Brought up and residing for many
years with her lather ou his vast
lauded estates in California, she
was always noticeable for this pe
culiarity, and they, in the almost
entire absence of other soelely, were
her constant companions. Dur
ing her issidence iv Washington
many will recall the sight of the
magnificent staghouud by which
sho was always accompanied in ber
walks. A few days since, while
caressing a favorite poodle, he sud
denly grew churlish, and while his
mistress was attempting to pacify
him he flow iv her face, fastening
his teetli in her cheek twice before
she could preveut it. Her hus
band, who was sitting by reading,
at once went to her relief and was
bitten ou tho baud by the then
seemingly infuriated and madden
ed animal which soon after died in
violent convulsions. Mr. Bekme
till", disregarding his own wounds,
at once procured a heated poker,
with which ho cauterized those re
ceived by his wife. A physician
was at once called In, aud every
possible remedy known to science
applied to both. The family bore
were at once telegraphed for, and
with sad hearts sailed immediately
for Europe, where, their frieuds are
aJvlsed, they have arrived. — Wtuh'
inglon, (D. &.,) Post.
Tlie movement to replaca Chi
nese with while labor ha 9 been
cordially adopted by the Messrs.
Bowcu Bros.,the enterprising yeast
manufacturers, who have oll'ered
the attractive premiums to young
ladies detailed in our advertising
columns. Of the Messrs. Bowen
Brothers tho lust number of He
sources of California says tlie fol
lowing pleasaut things,' which we
To illustrate this fact wo might
mention a number of enterprises
conducted with boys and girls as
employds, but will mention oue
that is assuming a magnitude that
is proportionate to its importance
iv our midst. We allude to the
Yeast Powder Manufactory of
Messrs. Bowen Bros. When they
entered into this business the in
creasing success of which is mak
ing that firm well known, und
contributing to their fluancial
success, they fouud it in a
crude condition, and tbe mechan
ical part of tho work performed for
the most pari, by Chinamen. A
forty gallon beer barrel, awkwardly
arranged as a mixer, worked by
hand, gave place to one capable of
working four times the quantity of
material witli tlie same amount of
labor. Soon another innovation
upon the old style of manipulation
whs introduced, aud the greater
portion of the primary work Is now
done by machinery run by an air
compresser engine. Eight China
men who performed the greater
portion of the manual labor, have
given place to an equal number of
white girls, whose ages range Irom
fourteeu to uineteeu; aud we are
glad to remark that ihe work per
formed gives perfect satisfaction to
the employers. We are more than
glad to chronicle this fact, and we
know that the community will
unite with us in congratulating
every establishment that, by pur
suing such a course, contributes
both to the welfare of the commu
nity in a moral and social point of
view, as well as elevates the femi
nine characteristics of those who
otherwise might bo compelled to
encounter too many of the dangers
of our social system.
Mr. Charles Hasselman takes
pleasure iv announcing to the pub
lic of Los Angeles and surrounding
cities that he has formed a partner
ship with Mr. F. Parker, the gen
ial photographer of So. 63 Main
street, Downey Block. The firm
engages itself to do nothing but
first-class work, equal to the best
done iv the Eastern States and
Europe. Portraits in oil colors,
pastel, colored aud black crayons,
water colors, India ink, etc., at re
duced prices. Reproductions from
any kitidof old faded pictures taken
in a superior style. Every kind of
re-touching done for the trade.
65 Maiu Street, Downey Block.
1 in, may 7
The dry goods and novelty store
of Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
soit to the ladie9 of Los Augeles.
Mr. Prager has one of the most ex
tensive and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
and there is absolutely nothing
necessary to the femiuiue toilette
which may not be found in bis
store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of tbe requirements of this section,
and the latest fashions and novel
ties may be at all times inspected
at No. 6 Commercial street. Give
him a call. my 7
Don't fall to get oue of those de
lloious Whilaker hams at 14 cents
a pound; also five pounds of Costa
Riot coffee for oue dollar, at E.
Qer nain & Co.'s grocery, 122 and
124 Main street, Los Augeles.
The Common Enemy.
In order to make headway against tho
common enemy, Disease, It Is necessary
to oppose hi in with persistence. It very
frequently happens that a remedy per.
fectly adequate to tbe necessities of tbe
case. If persisted In, is c mdemned and
thrown aside beoause a few doßes of it do
not cure a malady. How unreasonable
and unjust would such a Judgment bo re
garding Hostetter's Htomach Bitters, one
of the most popular and highly sanc
tioned medicines of the day, a potent In
vigorant and an Invariably successful
remedy for coustipatlon, dyspepsia, liver
complaint, incipient rheumatism aDd
gout, Inactivity aud weakness of the kid
neys and bladder, and lor the inn mattes
Incident to tlie decline ofilfe. No fact is
better established than the above, yet In
order to experience its truth those af
flicted with obstinate forms of disease
t-hou d give this benignant curative a pa
tient trial. If they do, they muy rely
upon decisive curative results.
Polish Hi' Yirll 'turn' r.eil.
With SOZOD iNT, and »hon they grow
lipthelr mouths will be garnished with
sound nnd handsome ones. Tho founda
tion of manya toolhachals laid In child
hood by ueglect,and It is very Importantto
the well-b ins of either child or adult
that the teeth should be well takon cure
of. Bad teeth are no fit masticators ofthe
food, und broad dyspepsia. Make them
white and strong, therefore, with KOZ"-
OONT. a prefervative of supreme excel
lence and purity. Use it without delay.
Kid gloves, silk scarfs and bows,
parasols, laces, embroideries at
your owd prices for cash only, at
Isaac Norton & Co.'s, corner of
Main and Requena streets, opposite
the United States Hotel.
Fishing tackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Alain
Picnic grounds for churches aDd
schools can be had at Agricultural
The Duval li Sißters ju9t from the
Grand Opera House, San Francisco,
will be at Wood's Opera House
Cheap prices at Sutherland's gun
store, 75 Main street. 2my7
Blue flannel aud light weight
suits, also a full lino of boys' cloth
ing at Isaac Norton & Co.'s, corner
of Main and Requena streets, oppo
site tho U. S. Hotel.
To pass a pleasaut Sunday go to
Ihe race track.
Carving knives at Sutherland's,
75 Main street. 2my7
Stituhwork by the-Happy Trou
bideers at Wood's Opera House
Spring eye needles (our own
make) at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. 2my7
Tbe finest picnic grounds, base
ball, swings, horizontal bars, in
Southern California are nt Agri
Twenty Royal British Blondts
at Wood's Opera House to-night.
Razors of every make at Suther
land's gun store, 78 Main street. 2
To the Ladies.
Madame V. Ponet having found
her old store on Commercial street
too contracted for a proper display
of her Immense stock of the latest
styles of millinery and ladies'
fancy goods, informs her old cus
tomers and the ladies of Los Auge
les generally that she has removed
a portion of her new stock to the
store at No. 78, Lanfranco Block,
which she has fitted up In a superb
manner, and where she will to-duy
open a full assortment of Ihe new
est aud most elegant Parisian
modes. Au elegant stock will also
be kept at tbe old store on Com
TH\RVER-vtay 7th, to the wife of Joe
Tharver, a bouncing bey, weighing 12
l>eiitt,a i'nhli>.lie<l OrAlla; Fuuvritl
BGoilcea, one Dollar.
SLAUGHTER—In this city, Wednesday
morning. May Bth, Ida A. Slaughter.
Wife of I. 11. Slaughter, aged 24 years.
Funeral at residence near West Lou
Angolcs, t>lay. May 9th, at 2 p M.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
WEDNE-U) VY, MAY S.
O L Biker, SF H F Wontworlh, S F,
D i.Sic mis, do B H MoPneraon, dn
JH Htnutenbiirg, doA W Williams, do
W S Zeilln, do J Weber.do
F R Day do A I.Lewis,Anaheim,
J Met addeu, Santa Mrs Cause iindchlhl,
Ana, Sauta Monica,
Mrs state. Downey, W A Adderly. Eng-
H P Alleque, Eng- land,
land, C X Willis, Sau Fer-
A L Carr, Pasadena, nando,
S Locke, do II Cahen, Anaheim,
B Kahn, Azusn, HH Howard, city,
Q W Hammoll, eity.W H Bombelle.N V.
rROM JVMOM, QII.I.KTTK A nmHON'S THAM
HORIrTOr KKCOItbS, MAY 3, IS7B.
BDubordicu to Plerro Nleolat—Lots 19
and 14, Biiltesteros tract; 8.10.
F L Bailey to Caroline M. Severance—
IT lots In Brooklyn tract; tsiu.
VlotorYbarra to Vicente Vile Bnce
ll acres in Rancho Han Rafael; filbo.
Martha King and Mary A Mayes to 11
J Qulnn—Lot In El Monte township,
bounded S and Wby Qaiun; |1 (
MAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX
HAM Fbancuoo, May g.
Opblr 31 •, + !l I H Nov 3 751»3 70
Uexicau «•«»»•. DUb 800
Q St U 6 00 1 Baßlon 3 76
B & B 13X0* I Exchequer....! ltkaVJ 20
California 2SX 8 Belcher 30 00
Savage u>\<»». I Overman
Oon Va H'»»» , I Justioe < 75@t 90
Otiollar Onion '.! iiaa>.i 06
H IS 7X I AH» 7X®X
Crown Points 1503 36 Julia 4 4104 65
V Jacket >: j Oalcdonia... 1 e6iaU oo
Imperial 40u>33 | Ward 1 1601 lo
Alpha 7X I 8 II ill 1 30
Belcher 3 »o®l 75 Benton 1 1,001 CO
Oontidence 3 60 | B m R IX
SAM Fiiancisco, May 8.
11A X Vi®l\i California M
Eureka .:i*..v, Julia 4 4U<34 30
Jackson 4 savage .iu.i!i-„
Newark 1 16 B 4 B l»%
N Bell b%%b S Nev 3 &0<33 to
Manhattan »i»«7.J Mta 7^4
O Prize :,a; St Caledonia...! s., 11 no
Endowment 'ml Overman
Star \y, tiould .* c ,».»',
Bill side Chollar -M^-i-',
Modoc V\<33 Mexican v.,
Rodle IV.OI 40 H a N 7H.6J4
Uechlel 2K Ward 1 10
Tip-Top 1 ojJ|l lv Union S 66
Homestake 4H B A H ..n',.
SFGas IUaM b Point 3 166J3 10
s v W Co 95 b Jaokot t%
Con Va 14V4»14U Bullion i 66;33>4
— 1 —
Has Just received trom Eastern manufac
turers a variety of Decorating Vines and
Spra.s, Parlor Kaleidoscopes, and a full
line f White and Waluut Splints, ( hiss
Boards and Men. inyCtt
IN AID OF THE ERECTION OF
Good Templar Block.
GVe Hundred Musicians
Place and date will be announced
in due l imp.
Admission, - - - -81.00
Lots for Sale!
West Los Angeles
Offers the best opportunity for delightful
homesteads of any that has over been of
fered for sale to the public.
THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL,
Only Htimclenty Inclined lor good drainage
THE SOIL 18 EXCELLENT.
And ol such character that It uever cakes
and Is neither muddy lv Winter nordusty
IT HAS A DITCH Op' WATER RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
THE MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL I'ARK RAILROAD
Is completed and running through the en*
tire land and 1 now operated successfully
through Park A.venue, 100 feet wide, o en
Lng Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOT OK THE LOS ANGELKM AM
I.VIIKPrINDI'M'E RAILROAD U>
LOCATED UH THK GROL'M'V
This Is really the West End of our beau
tiful city, wllh tbe bcuerU of rUEsH,
PURE UREEZF..S FROM THE OCEAN,
uncontamlnated t.y gas or sewer ellluvla.
A glance at Ihe elegant mansion* and
fashionable residences now e.eeled and
In coutse ofereeliun must satisfy any per
mit deviling a hours that this Is the place
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MOUf'.UATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At the offloe or the Farmer*' A M
Also, at the office of the Main Sire
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. CHiLDS and JOHN G. IX>WNKY
will give Bpeoial attention to Ihote seek
ing information. leptlMf
LEHMAN & CO.
Completes! and Most Select
STOCK IN THE CITY.
mmr prices the lowest avu se
lections THE BEST.
Repairing & Upholster}' Work
MADE A SPECIALTY.
mw Call and sco us beforo purchasing
129 A 131 MAIN ST.,
mlttf MaDONALD BLOCK.
COOK At the WHITE HOUSE.
A situation to do cooking in a boarding
house or private family. Address T.
m7-3t Herald Offloe.
On Sunday, a gold ring with letting,
which ihe owner cau recorei on paying
lor this advertisement, Enquire ai the
Heeald oflice. m7-3t
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
The residence and grounds formerly oc
cupied by Joe Huber, oo Main street, be
te, n Third and fourth atreets. Inquire or
I. W. Hellman. ma-lot
TO LET furnished, the very desirable
seaside residence of Col. J. U. Grawford.
Apply to JOHN B. JACKSON,
mBlw County Surveyor.
The iious?, No. 57 Fort street, six rooms
and bath-room, one buck from the Post
office. Apply at tbe premises from 10 a.
M. to 2 p. h., or at the office of K. D. P'TT,
Broker, Downey Block, under the stairs.
A HOUSE ON FORT STREET, No. 5».
two blocks from Court House, of eleven
rooms and bath room. Apply at tue
premises, from 10 a.m. to 2 p. m., or at tbe
omce or It. n. PUT, Broker, Downay
Block, under the stairs. ap27-lw
A IKW FURNISHED PLEASANT
ItuOMS, In a good locality. Apply at
One or more rooms,with board, hot and
cold water bath, etc Persons visiting
Los Angeles will find tbla one of tbo
pleasantest locations in town. Address
P. O. Box UO7. uib*ltf
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen mrniture and water, at No. In
Buena Vista street, Los Angelas. Rent,
$20 per mouth, payable in advance. Ad
dress G. W. W.. Herald office- mrS-tf
$1 to §1000 to Loam,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals $1 to SIOQO,
ou all kinds of personal property, such
as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, sliver and U. S. Curren
cy bought and sold. nlltf
COWS FOX S ,\ LE.
For Sale at a bargain—NlNE HEAD of
GOOD M'l.K COWS; all had culveathia
spring. Also, ONE BULL, good stock.
W. H. NORTHCRAFT. Auctioneer.
Corner Spring and Market streets.
By the Lake Vineyard Land aad Water
Association, the best Orange and Meral-
Troplcal Fruit Land In tho state. Water
right goes with tbe land. Apply to tbe
offics of P. Beaudry, No. 81 NewHlgbSt.
aplStf F. W. WOOD, Secretary. |
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Am,
Which were heretofore reserved by Clas
sen A Chapman, are now offered for sale
or rent. «*-RAILROAI> DEPOT VERY
Apply IoCAPT. GLA SHELL, in Temple
Block, Los Angeles, or M. F. PARKUK,
Sunny Rooms and Board.
Gen! I emeu and their wives and single
i<ent* can be accommodated with board
and One, large, front, sunny roni-ai, con
taining all modern convenience! and
home comforts, at the
New High street, only one block
fr .m the rostofflce and Court House,and
commands a charming view of mountain
and valley. JelSLf
Money to Loan,
ON GITY PROPERTY, AT REA
Apply to C. CABOT,
ie2otf 31 Temple Block.
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Hill sts.
•uT-BO.VRn RY THE DAY, WEEK OR
sM.n'TH. Terms Reasonable. ol2tf
Ail IRON-GRAY HORSE, with black
head. Anyone finding the same will
please notify DR. POKIER, 15 Franklin
TO LET, CHEAP!
THE LARGEST HALL IN
36,100 feet and 18!< foot ceiling. Adjoin
ing the Pico Home, on Main Ht. Inquire
of WM. ABBOTT, on the premises.
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.
GRANT At CAMERON,
MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUHTItAUA
Collectors of Heeds of all Tries and Hl.robe
indigenous to tbe Australian Goloums,
The lad aad Fiapanalat dims, Acacias, Utt.
<Jfc"| «j) Si rtayut bomo. Aaeuta wanted.
VIA Outfit and terms free. TRUE*
CO., Augusta. Main a. nm.nti.twli>