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Teutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street.
The celebrated Fredericks,
buruh Lager Beer will be, from
this day, on draught and be kept
all through the Summer months mi
ice. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock;
all delicacies always ou hand.
Ponet & Orr
Have removed their Under
taking aud Picture-Frame
Warerooins to the store formerly
occupied by It. Sotelo, No. 45 Main
street, under the Lafayette
I otJer my stock of doors, sashes,
etc., at the following reduced pri
SxlO $1 35
9x12 1 50
9x13 1 65
IJXI2 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x36 8 35
15x40 3 50
Other sizes in proportion.
2.6x6.0x1 inch $1 60
ft.6x6.6xlj, moulded 1 90
2.8x6.8x1 J " 2 12
2.8x6.8x11 " 2 25
2.10x6.10x11 " 250
Bx7xll " 2 75
Every other size in proportion.
Also great reduction In paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under the White House.
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la*
dies will be waited upon by persons
of their own Bex. novlltf
The dry goods and novelty store
of Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
soit tn the ladies of Los Angeles.
Mr. Prager has one of lhe most ex
tensive and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
aud there is absolutely nothing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be found in his
store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of the requirements ol this section,
aud the latest fashions ami novel
lies may be at all times inspected
at No. 5 Commercial street. Hive
liim a call. my 7
Razors of every make at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. "
The Ladles' Oyster Rooms, Re
quena street, near Main, opposite
the Uuited States Hotel, ure again
opened to the ladies and will be
carried ou iv a strictly respectable
way, so tbat all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
aud receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, elc, constantly
on hand. Joe Hayek.
oct 4 tf
Spring eye needles (our owu
make) at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. 2my7
Tbe Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
have made arrangements lo receive
monthly cargoes of lhe famous Ph.
Best Brewing Company's export
lager beers. These beers are mude
at Milwaukee and bottled by tlie
Messrs. Slum in & Meyer. The
first of tho cargoes arrived yester
day, consist hit; of an entire load.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to oiler special advantages
to purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer nt the Centennial Expi>'
si lion, at the Wisconsin State Fair,
held at Milwaukee, and at the
Inter-State Fair held at Chicago.
Carving knives at Sutherland's,
75 Maiu street. 2my7
Go lo McKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Ponet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors and
wines, by tho bottle or ou draught,
fhe purity of these wines and li
quors la guaranteed, and McKeu
ile's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. j3tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
lust received a consignment of
booa 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. S.
Cheap prices at Sutherland's gun
store, 75 Maiu street. 2my7
Call on Caroline C. Burton, at
No. 148 Main street, proprietress of
tbe Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
and waterfalls at the shortest no
tice. Tangled bair straightened
and made up into any shape. Per
fumeries of the finest quality al
ways on band. oct4-lm-eod.
Genuine Marrlan's Burton Pule
Ale on draught at McKenzie's.
City Bill Poster.
M. Kngel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all tbe best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. OlHoe, No. 3
Market street. ap26tf
Klshlm' tackle and cutlery at
TUESDAY JULY 16, 187S\
Herald Steam PrintiugHouse.
Tho (.idlitlcn or thu tfttAALD Hteain
Printing House for doing Job work are not
surpassed in California outHlde ol Han
Fran Cisco and Wacramenlo. All work en
trusted to us will be executed with neat
ness aud dispatch at tlie lowest living
Hereafter rotices of companies, loele
ties, churches, etc., will only be inserted
in the llehald as paid advertisements.
We reserve, for Places uf Worship,a grat
is directory, which will appear every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Tolegraniß and Reports for
the henefltof Commerce aud Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Cel., July 15, 1878.
Maximum Thermometer, 81.
Minimum " hi.
J. If. Fhantz, C
The Bukersfield excursionists re
turn home to-day.
Mr. Ben Edeliuan is a passenger
try the Orizaba, due to-day.
Our Bakersfield visilois seem (o
be hugely pleased with their Los
Fitzgibbon was sent up for forty
five days each on two charges, by
Judge Peel yesterday.
The Brothel ton Brothers, we see
by the Chronicle, have opened an
oyster saioon at sun Francisco.
Wo had tho pleasure of a call
from Mr. B. Brundagp, a well
known attorney of Bakersfield,
Tho steamer Orizaba, whith
8 tiled from San Francisco on Sun
day, is due at Santa Mouici thia
We received a fraternal call from
Mr. W. Saalberg, editor of the
Hebrew Observer, of Ban Francis
Col. Ed. Dunham, of tho Ana
heim Hotel, Anaheim, was in lhe
city yesterday. He reports every
thing nourishing in that lively
The first train from Yuma hiiue
Thursday got in last night. It
will never do to shut us oh" from
our torrid neighbor in Ibis kind of
A very pleasant moonlight pic
nic was given lo tho Bakersfield
excursionists nt Washington Oar
dens last night by I heir friends in
Smla Monica Sunday (.truck the
gauge of Ihreo yeaes ngo as. lo tho
number of excursionists. There
were several select picnics in lhe
Olflon, at Old Santa Monica.
We are pleased to see our friend
Col. Kilkins at his post at the St.
Charles Hotel again. The Colonel's
sojourn at the Kullon sulphur
wells has brought him out about as
good as new.
Mr. Whitney, formerly of the
St. Charles, iv this cily, we learn
from the Sanln Barbara papers, is
about to take charge of the Occi
dental Hotel, in tbat city, as man
Suilctl from Wilmington, July
loth: Brig T. \V. Lucas, Went
wortli, mailer. Arrived, steamer
Newport, Hay want, master, from
Sin Kranolaoo with 200 tons mar*
o'landise for S. P. El. B.
Mr. Ware, of the Bakersfield
Courier-Califoniian, dropped in to
see us yesterday evening. Mr.
Ware, who was a resident of Los
Angeles three years aud a half ago,
tells us that he finds our cily won
derfully Improved since he left.
The game of b tse ballbetwetn
tbe Two Orphans Club, of Bakars
fleld, ami the Nameless, of this
city, attracled a large crowd to tlie
race track yesterday. The Bakers
field club came off the victors by a
score of 15 to 9.
We were favored with a call yes
terday from Mr. Sol Jewett, resi
dent of tho Kern County Bank,
and Mr. A. C. Maud, a real estate
dealer of Bakersfield. The excur
sionists, these gentlemen informed
us, express themselves as highly
pleased with their trip.
The damage to the Southeru Pa
cific. Railroad by the recent wash
out on the desert, was repaired
yesterday. The tralu from this
city for Yuma left on time yester
day afternoon and was expected to
go through without detention. The
train from Yuma arrived about 10J
o'clock last night.
There waa a rumor in Iho city
yesterday evening that the grain
crop of E. J. Baldwin, on the Santa
Anita ranch, had been destroyed
by fi.ro yesterday morning or the
night before. We could trace it to
no reliablo source, nor could we
learn anything at the telegraph
The Santa Barbara Press acquits
Itself of tho following atrocious
pun: ~ Don Juati Warner, of 1.,0s
Angeles, contradicts certain lies
date of his
He is ail
en! that he
oute td Mt.
•uud the ad
r. ud Mrs.
of Ijos An
t artists, a
I be assisted
Tlie Sau Frauclseo Slock Ex
change says that Voluey E. Howell
(we suppose the Exchange alludes
to Qeu. Voluey E. Howard) com
plains lhat tlie San Francisco Law
Library is not*accessible to Los
Angeles lawyers. Tlie Exchange
remarks, en passant, lhat Lns An
geles lawyers, and the people of
Los Angeles generally, aro always
grumbling; and that, through their
uninlermitleut. growls, they got
more out ol the Htato at tbo last
session or the Legislature than all
the interior counties put together.
We doubt this, hut we notify the
Exchange that if growling is ef
fectual we intend to give tbe next
Legislature the benefit of our full
est diapaßon. No Thcssalouiati
hound ever bayed louder than will
this entire community at the next
session. Entitled te five or six
members of the Legislature, we
have been cut down to three. No
one will dispute the fact that we
ought to have a luuatic asylum
and a penitentiary here, aud yet
we have nothing. We must de
mand and receive reparation for
We aro obliged to acknowledge,
in common with the other papers
of this city, a call yestord ty from
a lady for whom we entertain only
sentiments of tlie most respectful
admiration. Wo allude to Mrs.
Sharkey. That lady has imbibed
tlie idea tbat the present editor of
lhe Hkkalo is hostile to her. We
beg her to remember that we have
never antagonized her in the
slightest degree. It was the
wicked Avers, the naughty
Crelghton, the volatile Berry, aud,
we grlevo to soy it, the Itev. A. M.
Campbell, who were guilty of
frivolities in her iegar.l. We don't
ask Mrs. Sharkey to restrain her
Clod-given energies, but wo beg her,
in the future, to expend them upon
the editorta! and reportorial mis
creauts who disturbed her repose,
and not upon the present innocent
staff of the Herald. There is not
a man at present on the stall' of
this paper who has violated the
decalogue by taking her name in
A bashful friend of ours had an
amusing experience on Spring
street a ;!ay or two ago. He was
weighing himself on a pair of
scales that stood iv front of a store
when he felt some one plucking at
his elbow. On turning round he
found a very pretty young lady
With her gloved hand still resting
ou his elbow,who, without any ex
planation, said, " Mister, please
whistle," at the same time point
ing to a receding streetcar, "I
must go to East Los Angelcs.pleaae
whistle, won't you." Our friend,
almost overpowered with modesty,
but wishing to oblige the young
lady, wlio, by the way, he did not
know personally, tried to pucker
his mouth but it was no go. At
tbieJuncture Captain Urecu, who
was near enough to comprehend
the situation and who was nearly
bursting with suppressed laughter,
put his bands lo his mouth and
gave a Stentorian whistle, which
brought tho car to a sudden stop,
ami enabled the fair demoiselle to
get off on her trip to East Los An
Our neighbor of the San Diego
Kelt's, of all lhe journals lhat had
something sneering to say about
our Texas-I'aoifie aud weather
prophecies at tho time, is the only
one which lias had the grace to ac
knowledge tlie corn. It does it
thu sly: The Los Angeles Heuai.d
says lhat at the next session of
Congress, the great railroad inter
est will bu settled, one way or an
other, nnd as tho editor forecaste
the action of the last Congress
quite well in this regard, and also
proved a very good weather seer,
we are bound to attach some value
to his predictions, whether they
aro for or against the Tcxas-l'a
Judge Peel hud au old time Mon
day leveo yesterday. John Slatch
er, John Murphy and John R.
Kelly were up for drunkenness.
The first two were sent to the chain
gang for five days each and Kelly
for tun, ho being an old offender.
Dan McCabo aud A. Reud were
charged with battery. Tlie former
paid $5 and the latter was dis
charged. Three charges of pstit
larceny were preferred against
Lauriano Arzaga. These, if sub
stantiated, constituting a felony,
he was held iv $500 ball to appear
before the next Grand Jury.
The Board of Supervisors have
thus far reoelved applications for
but two of the four appointments to
which this county is entitled on
board the training ship Jamestown.
Similar opportunities have been
eagerly sought for in nearly all the
other counties of the State. Tbe
Board will devote one day this
week to receiving applloatious. All
candidates will be subjected to a
strict medical examination, as tho
principal qualification for appoint
ment is sound health.
At tho special meeting of Orange
Lodge No. 224, I. O. B. B , held
on Sunday evening, the following
officers weto installed for tho en
suing term: President, Samuel
Prager; V. P., Isaac Norton; Secre
tary, Isaao Goldsmith; Treasurer,
W. Kalisber; A. M., E. Green
baum; W., O. Raphael; G., L,
Levy; Trustees, M. Norton, Emli
Fraukel. The ceremonies of in
stallation were conducted by W.
Saalberg, President of the Grand
District Lodge No. 4, I. O. B. 8.,
of San Francisco.
Mr. Germain Pellegrini has
opened the saloon at the corner of
First and Maiu streets, whero he
wilt keep n supply of the best
liquors and cigars to be foil ml in
the city. A cold lunch will lie
served daily. Persons requiring
articles in his line will always
meet with prompt aud courteous
service. Give him a call.
Col. John Corning, Assistant
General Superintendent of iho
Ceutral-Southeru PmluO lltilroad,
and party are expected to arrive in
a special palace car to-day. They
will proceed at once to the Sierra
Mad re Villa, where they will .ipeinJ
Governor Joseph E. ISrowu aud
party started forborne yesterday.
Tbo Governor expressed himself as
highly delighted with this sectlou
and regretted that prior engage
ments prevented him from spend
ing more time here.
Sunday Night's Fire.
A few minutes before 12 o'clock
on Sunday night tho resldeuce of
Mr. E. Dunbar, on Flower street,
between Fifth and Sixth, was
burnt to tho ground. An alarm
was Hounded and the engine com
panies responded with their usual
alacrity, but the dimes had gained
such headway that their efforts to
save the property Were ineffectual.
The flro is supposed to have been
caused by a spark from the Btove,
in which kindliug bad been placed
by the girl before retiring to bed.
Mr. Dunbar was awakened by a
sense of sufiocilion, and, 011 get ting
up, found his bouse iv flames. He
at once went to work to remove
such furniture as ho could, nnd
succeeded in getting out a few arti
cles, in saving which be was se
verely burned 011 the back, arms
and right hand, aud was finally
obliged to make biscscape through
Tlie house was a doublo frame
structure, worth about $1,200, and
insured for $800. Tlie furniture in
the house was wurth probably $400,
which was nearly a total 1093, that
which was taken out, even, being
badly broken up. Mr. Duubar,who
Is a deserving, industrious citizen,
has tlie sympathy of all who know
him in his misfortune.
ANSWER TO SUBSCRIBER.
Celebrated "Wei is.
In answer to Subscriber we give
tbo following figures as to the
depth and How of celebrated arte
sian wells, from the New American
The dcepot well in the world is
at St. Louis, Missouri, aud is 2,190
feet deep. The bore for the first
219 feet ia Dine inches In diameter,
then 5i inches for 731 feet, (be re
mainders,-inches. Yield, 7o gal
lons per minute, Tlie well at Lou
isvill, Kentucky, has a three Inch
bore and is 2,056 feel deep. Yield
330,000 gallons a day. The most
famous well in the world is at
Passv, (Paris) France. It is 1,923
feet deep and' yields 5,500,000 gal
lons per day. The mouth of the
Palsy well is 305 2 10 feet above sea
lave), just 4-10 lower than the al
titude of the city of Los Angeles.
The Burlingatna well near Comp
ton, Los Angeles county, is 112 feet
deep, 16 inches in dianicler at tlio
top and Hows a small river of
Count* C net SrafUMs, J.
Monday, July i 5.
Taylor et al vs. b'liiuegau et al —
Argued and submitted.
Probata Court Btbpbihs J.
Monday, July 15.
Estate of Maurice Requena—
Healing if order to show cause
why return of sale of real estate
should not be niadecoutinucd until
Monday, July 29tb, at 10 a. It.
Guardianship of Tlios. E. lJurns,
a minor. Hearing on return of
sale of real estate heard and con
Post-Office Letter List.
r.rties calling for advertised lellers or
packages, if not personally known to the
Postmaster or ono of his clerks, must l o
AylaWOitbi Mrs V W Mason. Guadnli.upe
Bouett, Virginia McMtdum, AuneM
Bradley. Mrs C A McMahon, Mrs M
Bresinu, Mary C Mills, Mary
Brown Elizebeth Neimeyer, Mrs Miiry
Buchanan, Ella Nash, Eaiuia
Casender, Katie l'ico, Maria
fiahild, MihS Birth I'omroy, Jenn'e
Bavis, Mnggio Onion, Mrs 1) P
Deniaon, ftosette Ryley, Mrs Q W
Douglass, Ilest.-r Sarnow, Mrs Aug
Fisher, Buth L Seymoro, Mrs E G
Fisher, Mrs It 1, Slack, EHza
Foster, Mrs A 0 Smith, Jennio
Foster, Elizabeth fttanwood, Clara
Gethart, Mrs Geo Stewart, Jenet
Gordou, lizzi* Taylor, Mrß Scddio
Hichaui, Rulh I Taylor, Hattio It
Klein, Boss, tor E Triebout, Amy V
Paycls Tyler, Caroline II
Kincaid, Anna Wells Mrs John G
Lapoint, Mrs M Whitehoni, Mary
Markbam, Gcorgio Wood, Mrs Frank
Adams, A V Lo Provoso, A
Arraer, II Leather, Fillmore
Anthony, E Lifftr, F
Belli, J* Looseraorc, Jas
Bartlett, E Madison, J J
Bastis, Mr Maguire, John F
Beck, L J Manasao, Edw'd
Bernal, Manuel Manso, Bernardo
Bigalobos, J del C-2Marsh, W
Bodllish, It 8 Martin, E
Bones, Thns McClcnnen, Michaol
Brunson, Dr McCluru, Thos
Browning, HardwlohMcGrath, John
Brown, Abe MeKallor, A N
Brown, W W McLellau, D
Byrco, John J McMatin, Thus
Casscrns, Frank McMillan, A T
Oa.aes, Juan Mcßea, W & 1>
Chandone, Mathias Mcndonoa, Lll
Clements, Jos Meredith, Even
Cordoza, Jno Jos Mickelwait, W G
Connor, L D Miller, J H
Bornn.il, H S Mills, John S
Conrregas, Cneh Moore, John F
Danuol, Peter Wendell, laaac
Del, Chas G Morgan, John C
Dorbcrow, T P Morgan, Harry
Dougherty. L N Mnsson, A
Dye, Jos Norton, F P
Dye, J F Norton, Isaac M
Ellert, I, It Olivarcs, Adolfo
Espago, Francisco Peterson John
Espy, J V Bobara, Reves
Fa'i'nian, Will Bonnie Siebcrt
Faii-man, W J Biviero, Pierre
Ferrero. Pierro Badge, Jas M
Flood, 8 W Bizzo, Bartollo
Fleming, John Roach, E 8
Gates, Geo A Bobiuson, E L
Gardner. Jno W Buiz, Abram
Games, Thos Santa Cruz, Mariano,
Gordon, Wm for F Carrasco
Gordon. Itobt Schumaker, Frank
Groce, John Shaw, Frank
Grosener, Frank Skins, Thos A
Grio», II Smith, D A
Hall, Wm Smith, 8 A
Hammond, Chas E Bonoqne, Lucas
Hardy, X Starr, Larue F
Harris, Berlin Kteel, Wesley H
Harris, Reveidy Stnefcr, Fred W
Haslip, Jno Slocton, E
Hclluian, A Smith, Wm
Helmuth, A Taylor, Oswsld
Heller, M Thompson, Wm P
Heiman.Jos Tracy, Luke
Hatchings, L A TnUU, Wood IJ
Iliggins, 0 0 Vincent, T
Hunter, Capt P Weeks, Frak P
Hillard, Frank S Weels, W 11
Jeffery, Albtef White, Chas
Jeffries, W P Wilts, Dr G W
Joseph, G Wilson, Willie
Kellev, J A Wilson, J A
Knight, Ether Williams, Mr
Lanvet, A Wlnaon, A T
Latimorc, John—2 Workman, Geo
Bow'in, John S Loekport, Wm
Brownell, Mrs 8 H Petner, Frank B
Chase, Miss Alice Panous, li C
Cage, Edward II Smith, Col W A
Diggs, Gen Smith, It L A
James, Miss Carrie Woitsel, M
Lyndon, J W Wersheiman, Isaac.
I. B. DosEiLmcKOEn. P. M.
Los Angeles, July 15, 1878.
As our citizens feel considerable
interest ns to tbe financial result of
tbe recent Jubilee given for tbe
benefit of tbe building fund of the
n.w hall of tbe Good Templars'
Society, we below present a sum
mary of the receipts and expend
Tot it receipts $!04J Oi
Tent hire and freight $109 ,T>
Labor 35 2 >
Cartage 26 Oi
Watching tent II 25
Lumber hill 70 Si
Printing 6) M
Excursion car „ 70 70
Kent of chairs 2K 50
Musicians and rausto 272 5",
Miscellaneous 5S 2H
Has 65 75
Not receipts 8217 80
Mr. A. Cottle yesterday guvo us
the following simple recipe for
killing squirrels. Ho has used it
this season and in every instance
fouud it successful: Saturate a
piece of old cotton cloth, say about
afoot square, witli coal oil; then
spriuklo powdered sulphur over it.
The cloth thus prepared must be
placed iv tbe hole and, after set
ting lire to it, shoved some dis
tance into the squirrel bole. The
mouth of the hole must then he
covered with clods or loose clay, so
as to allow the burning rag 9to
smoulder. Mr. Cottlo says be tried
the exterminator on a colony of
about 100 squirrels a week ago, aud
lias not seen one about that settle
ment since. Qreat care should be
used in lighting the rags to pre
vent the lire ditching the stubble
and dry grass.
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Crown Point 7»6H | ObnfHence TtH
Jacket 8!< I Alta 7J4<a7";
Imperial 65@0J Jnlla GJ,@6*i
Kentuck a 40 I Caledonia.. 1 OOffll fi»
Bullion 3 9«@4 05 I Alpha lo*
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Eureka 58 Caledonia 2
[leopard 1 3531 45 Opulr 5:)!i353!i
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Manhattan 8H California 12!-i"ui2
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Restful Nights, Days Free
iiviu ■ o i i iii r,
Await the rheumatic sniYdrer who resorts
to Hostetter's Stomach Eitle s. That
this bcniguautcordiul aud depurunl is a
far moro reliable remedy than colchicnm
aud other polsnus used to expel the
rheumatic virus from the blood, is a fuel
that experience has satisfactorily dem
onsirated. 1L also enjoys the advantage
or Leing—unlike 1 hem — perfectly sale.
Wit h many persons a certain predisposi
tion lo rheumatism exists, which win
ders them liable to its attacks after ex
posure in wet weather to currents of air,
changes of temperature, or to cold when
the body is hot. tiuch persons should
take v wineglass or two of the bitters as
soon as possible after incurring risk
from the above causes, as tbls superb
protective ellectuaily nullities the hurt
ful Influence. For tho functional de
rangements which accompany rheuma
tism, such as colic, iplMl inthestoua-
Hch, palpitation of the heart, imperfect
digestion, etc., the bitters is also a useful
remedy. It Is only necessary, in obsti
nate cMfli to use it with persistency.
If any Dealer Informs
You tbftt bfl has for sale a dentifrice
identical with or containing Ingredf"ii:s
equalling or superior In efficacy to those
oi HO/ODONT, discredit the statement
and Insist upon having that alone. Py
doing so, you will secure a dentifrice par
excellence the best in the market, con
taining botanic elements of rare preserv
ative Influence upon tho teeth a id one
which will endow them with most be
coming whiteness. Another desiruble
feature of this staple toilet ftrtlo.6 is thst
It Imparts fragrance to the breath. Hold
A Rcmrltable Cure.
WitaT Townsknd, Vt., May 11, 18(10.
Msssks. s W, Fowlk * Sons.
Gentlemen—Sevoral years since I look
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where It remained without relaxation, 1
was then in Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned home and com
menced searching lv earnest lor some
medicine which would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but übtained no
help aud dally g.ew woise. I had a ter
rible cough and raised a good deal ol
blood. 1 had profuse night sweats and
severe pain iv my side. 1 continued iv
t his stale for mouths.and became so weak
that it was with great dinieultyl could
walk, when I was ndvised to try Wistar's
Balsam op Wild Cukkhy, and, to
my great Joy 1 soon found tnat this rem.
edy bad uiTcsle.l lhe iJlseuse. 1 contin
ued to use the Balsam to the extent olflvo
bottles and have, since Ihen experienced
no dlinoulty oftlie lungs. 1 believe the
Balsam saved my lite aud I shall ever bold
It In high estimation.
from a IHstfugulslted Jurist.
•' I bare tried 1 he I'kruvian Bvnup, and
t he result fully sustains your prediction.
It has mad. a new man olnie, infused In
to my system new vigor and energy. I
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, ami with a larger capacity for
labor—mental and pas. sical— than at any
time during Iho I ail live years. Sold by
Dc It at Once!
Person, who have become thoroughly
chilled from any ciuso, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking in
to the stomach a teiispoonful of Johnson's
Anodyne Linlmenl, mixed in a little cold
water, well sweetened.
Lyon's Kathaihon makes beautiful
luxuriaut, glossy hair; prevents its ladl
ing out or turning gray. It has stood tb.
test of 40 years Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival.
Henry K. Bond, of Jefferson, Malne.wa.
cured of spitting blood, soreness and weak
ness of the felonsaoh. by the useol John
son's Anodyne Liniment internally.
A Winu-AWAKB Youth's l'Arip.-
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, and sprlghly, enlerlaiuim
readlng.lhe YmUk't Cuiajwiifawi of Boston
has no lupeiiui among the youth's publi
GRANT & CAMERON,
MELBOCIINF, VlilTOt'.lA, AUSTRALIA
Collectors of Rersls of all Treos and Shrub.
Innigenona to the Australian Colonies,
Th. B>o .ml NMtn lot ditto, Acclu, Etr,
An experienced dressmaker from San
Francisco Is desirous of getting a situa
tion to work in a private family. Em
ployment moro an oblect than wages.
Enquire at the Pico House. Jyl2-lw
A respectable middle-aged woman lo
do general housework. Apply at lift. 15
Fort street, Saturday next, between 9
and 3 o'clock. JlO St
Being unable to Qnd trusty, reliable
help, I will isell au Interest In my POUL
TKY BUSINESS to a live man. Only
those meaning business need apply to
Ira potter and Breeder ot Thoroughbred
Poultry, Los Angeles. Je2B-lm
•Strayed, about 6 o'clock on Thursday
morning last, from Pearl street, betweeu
Fifth and Sixth, a BLACK MAKE, me
dium size, with heavy mane and tall;
mane falls over left side and white feet.
About six o'clock she was at corner Pico
and Flgueron streets, going south. A
liberal reward will be paid If left at
Butler's stable. JI3-3m
A SALOON AND BOWMNO ALLEY,
iv good location. Enquire on premises,
No. m Main street, United Stales Hotel.
Jyl-lin JOHN ItONAU, Prop'r.
A Slrahlo latest Improved BILLIARD
TABLE, iv good order. Will be sold at a
bargain. Can be seen nt Noell's Wine
Booms, No. 114, Curdona Bloik, Main st,
One or moro rooms,with board, hoi and
cold water bath, etc. Persons visiting
Los Angeles will nnd this oue or the
pleasanlest locations lv town. Address
P. O. Box 1107. mh2mf
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, rumlture,
kitchen furniture and water, at No. 132
Buena Vista street, Lot Angeles. Kent,
820 per month, payable in advance. Ad
dress O. W. W., Herald office- mrs-tf
81 to a 1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN ANU BROKER
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals 81 lo ftwnfl.
on all kinds of personal property, snea
as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Oold, silver aud U. S. Oariev
cy bought and sold. nlllf
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which wore heretofore reserved by Glas
sell A Chapman, are now ottered for sale
orient. »>'II AIbBOAD DEPOT VERY
Apply to CAFT. O L \KSELL, In Temple
Block, Loi Angeles, or M.F. PARKER,
Orange, dlii! i
Grocery Store for Sale.
Doing a go.jd business; satls/a'dory
reasons given for HltiOf. Knqulre at the
Herald office. myCWf
The seventh seml-atinual dividend of
Los Angeles County Bunk lias beeu de
clared by its Board of Directors, payable
on and after July Bth, 1873, at the follow
ing rates: To -stockliolJers, U per cenl.
per annum; to lerm depositors, t> per
cent, per annum; to ordinary deposit
ors, 7 per cent, per annum.
J. K. ELLIOTT,
Watches and Jewelry.
Haviu;; purchased tho stock aud fix
tures of I tie well known Jewelry store of
Mr. T» W. .Stackpole, adding thereto a
large aud entirely net? assortment of
kioods, we pre are prepared to show tho
ci r: /.i-n< <>c Los Angeles and vicinity one
of the finest and best selected Mocks to
bo (blind in the State, which will be sold
at Mm lowest living rates.
We shall c instantly be In receipt of al I
the latest novelties in watches, chalus,
Juwelry, etc.. to which tlie attention ot
lhe public Is especially invited.
In spectacles we have a large and va
ried assortment, and are tho exclusive
agents In Hon I hern California of the eel
eurated Lazerus a Muni- perfected spec
tacles, which we claim are tho fluo*t in
Mr. Stackpole will remain in our em
ploy, having exclusive control of lhe
woik department, and, as heretofoie, <«
pedal attention will i> - given to Lhe ii -
pairing of tlno watches and jewelry.
We shall be happy to see all our old
friends aud the public at lame.
JyOtf 3 l / m Spring street.
Sunny Rooms and Board.
Geutlemsu aud their wives and single
gents cau be accommodated wltli board
and fine, large, front, sunny ro mis, con
taining all modern conveniences und
home comforts, at the
New Tligh street, only one Meek
from the l*ostotnVe and Court House.and
commandsa charming view of inoinninin
attd valley. jelti i"
Largest Auction Moissein
H. R. BROWN,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
Two doors East of Old Sland, on COURT
ST., opposite Court House.
tpr UEGULAIt RALE on Ralnrdays
from 9 o'clock a. m. till 4 p.m. Special
Sales made at any time.
HORSES. WAGONS, und all kinds of
goods bought and sold.
Reference (B. E. Ilyde.Pres B'k Visa.la
hy permU'u t i.. r, spei.ee, Cash Coin li'k
JalOtf H. H. BROWN. Auctioneer.
OLDEST AUCTION HOUSE
IN SOU TUEHN CALIFORNIA.
lE. W. IMOYES
Has opened out at No. 1 MARKET ST.,
opposite the Court Hnnsi', and will be
pleased to serve ti Is old friend, and the
public. Particular attention paid lo Ileal
Estate sales. Regular sale diiys for
Horses aud rolling .look.
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS.
As I have no partners and do my own
work, 1 Intend u> make my charges loss
tbiin those of anybody else In the busi
ness, charging on real estate two per
cent, for the first $11X10 undone percent,
on all sums above that amouut.
Wilt buy FURNITURE. HOUSES,
WAGONS and all kinds of property, aud
N. B.—Sa-urday's sales commence at 10
A. m. aud close at IP. K.
E. W. NOYES,
Oldest Auctioneer in Southern California.
ti» tX a rer da y. bom.
a) 0 i- «J>#is"' Ssmple. worm »l,
free. Srixoa Sco.. rnvllaiid. Me.
«EC in m*n A WEEK lo agents. lIP
JaJJtJ 111 911 outlll, FUMK V. O
VdOKKttY. Antusla Maluu. s.ptiwlj
O jF» E N I IV G
The undersigned beg to announce that
they will open their store on July I%', at
48 and 50 Spring St.,
With a largo and well selected stock: of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Wines and Liquors.
We have made such arrangements In
China and Japan for gutting TEAM
packed expressly lor our Made and
shipped f o us dlrect.Whlch will enable us
to sell Teas at such prices unit or such
qualities that will meet with the approv
al or all who give our Teas a trial.'
our own brand, which we Mill guaran
tee M choice In every respect, will con
sist of full lines or Japan Teas, viz:
The celebrcted Tea District near Kilo;
And many other CHOICE TEAS, with
winch a long residf-nce In Japan has
made us iborotignty ncqualnteti.
IN CHINA TEAB
We have a fine selection of Oolong, Con
gou, English Breakfast, Imperial, Young
Hyson aud Gunpowder, Tea?, al from 40c.
to $1 ao per pound.
Our facilities ror roasting and grinding by
THE PATENT WATER WHEEL,
Will eunble us to furnish our customers
Coffee Fresh Roasted and
C round Every Day.
The advantages ol this method Is 100
palpable It need further oomuieut.
OL'K COFFKES CONSIST OF
Real Mocha, Old Gov't Java,
Costa 1 licit, Rio,
Manilla, San Salvador,
We shall keep full lines of lhe usual
STAPLE (JOOUS, which we will sell at
the smallest possible murgln of profit.
In Fancy Groceries we Have:
do do i M iii'inert),
do do all .Milts;
Oysters, Spiced and Pickled;
Anchovy and Bloater Paste;
Assorted Truffled Paten, consisting
or goose livers, plovers, snipe
Mackerel In Oil;
Fruits In Brandy;
Boned Turkey and Chicken;
Crosse A Blackwell Pickles aud
('«.] nlchone*, CUutnee;
Putted und Devilled Meats;
Aud mailt otherdellcac.es Loo numerous
CLAItET IN BULK } coa?BL Mtou'el.
! Chateau La Kose, Meyneux;
Chateau Lafltte, Meyneux;
Chateau Margau, Becker Ills,
Sa.'t»rn*, he Stools;
O aw> HHimapiur;
chateau Yquem, F. Dealomu.
Volnuy, Th. de Itutte;
Pemard, A. Noblet.
Mm', >v cuandon;
VERMOUTH, AEBI NTHE,
HENNESBY AND KARTELL BR AHOY,
BITTERS, SYRUPS, ETC., ETC
ALSO, ALL, GRADES OT
Wcihall also keep a full assortment of
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
Consisting of Tubs, Palls, Baskets or all
KiruK Brushes, Churns, Butter
i.. i nils, Butter Moulds, 1 to
2 lbs., etc., etc.
We aro prepared lo recelvo consign
ment* of Produce, Grain, Wool, Hides,
tfic, making advances on same, or will
buy hi highest market* price.
WILL OPEN JULY Ist.
The public Is respectfully InvltoJ.
MYERS & MENDELSON,
48 & 50 SI'RIXO ST.,
AT TUE SIGN OF THE UIU
IS PHUT.' OF s IHST-Cl.*ssj
QUINCY HALL I
Cor. Commercial ft Main St«.
C II E A PER
—THAN THE —
—AT THK— j
26 Spring St.,
Oi. TNT HAL BLOCK
For business and nilnnntlnnal rtaions
dealrlug to remove Into l*oa Angeles, I i
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including re.ld.noe and oat-balldlaga.
horses, mules, wagon, harneaa, acrleul
tural Implements, etc, for the tern ol
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
Tlie farm consist, of 2M acre*, on wkaaa
aieW.UOO grape vines, over 1,060 oraage
trees, 701) English waluut trees, MO leaaaa
and lime trae.; also a number af black
walnut, pecan, almond, fig, apricot,
pluni, peach, apple, pear tree., bananas,
etc.; two or three acres of alfalfa, arty
uores vacant arable land, and
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to th. residence la a suae loos
bath-room, supplying hot, cold and
shower baths. There Is also a BILLIARU
ROOM, table and appurtenanoaa.
The farm Is most eligibly elluaUd la
the Kit UIX BELT of tbe
San Gabriel Mission Valley
Mv.nt night miles east of Loa Angeles
■•I >. and near tbe Kail road Station oi
i*u Uabrlel Mission. Ii uot leased,
X WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to-wlt: Oae
tblrd cash, the balance In one, two, three
and lour years, at 10 per cent, latere*.! Mr
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
E. J. C Ks3 WRN
Nor. 10 A 11 Strelltu Building, Spring St.
B. P. Bulletin and Chronicle copy. aUttf
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry, Woodworth A Co.'c
—A■ D —
Ma. M aaraat. m—m
J. Q. JACKSON
Corner alimtds. and Firsl Itr.eta.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OF
PARTS, CEMENT AHD M
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. %
Alameda and First Streets
BLINDS, SHI NO LBS,
PLASTER OK PARIS, ETC, JESJ. |
Private Boarding Hoaes,
No. 14, cor. Tblrd aad Hill *U. fl
M-BOAKO 11V THE DAY, VSBKI'K rM
MONTH. Term- KeasouaM*. Ol»f
DR. 8110 KB j
Isoiruil .« ii r ew desirable .TOWS LOTS 1* jfl
VEItV lAIW X.X CASH. UK