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SYMPATHY BETWEEN TRT? PHYSICAL
AND MENTAL CONSTITUTION.
Tbe subjection of mental feelings
lto corporal influences is a humili
ating doctrine, but it is neverthe
less a sound one. The stomach is a
.moro faithful barometer of the
changes of human temperature
1 than we are always disposed to ad
>mlt, and it therefore behooves
every oue to [keep his digestive or
gans iv perfect order by buying his
i groceries at the "T" store, where
only pure goods aro sold; 48 and 50
reutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street.
I The celebrated Fredericks
burgh Laoer Beeu will be-, from
-Urn day, on draught and be kept
all through the Summer mouths on
ice. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock;
all delicacies always on band.
L Tony Faber,
Ponet & Orr
Have removed their Under
taking and Picture-Frame
Warerooms to the store formerly
occupied by R. Botelo, No. 45 Main
atreet, under the Lafayette
Hotel. no j 2ml
'I offer my stock of doors, suxilep,
-tc, at the following reduced pri
4xlo $1 35
9x12 1 5(1
fix 13 1 65
4jxl2 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
,15x28 2 75
iox32 3 00
>5x30 3 35
Other sizes in proportion.
2.6x6.6x1 inch $1 60
3.6x6.6x11, moulded 1 90
2.8x8.8x1J " 2 12
;2.5x6.8x1l " 2 25
2.10x8.19x1* " 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 It.
f Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dies will be waited upon hy persons
'»f their own sex. uovlltf
( MONEY WFLL SPENT.
No money is better spent than
that which Is laid out for domestic
satisfaction. A good meal, accom
panied by a good glass of wine, will
Juut a man luto the best possible
iiumor, as every wife knows; so
buy those nice groceries they have
at tbe "T" store, aud make your
home happy. No. 48 aud 50 Spring
I The dry goods and novelty store
uf Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, Is an attractive re
soit to the ladies of Los Augeles.
Mr. Prager has oue of the most ex
tensive and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
and tbere Is absolutely nothing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not ba found in his
btore. He bas been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
ut tbe requirements of this section,
and tbe latest fashions and novel
lies may be at all times inspected
lit No. 5 Commercial street. Give
blm a call. my 7
Guns, rifles and pistols at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Maiu street. 1
Tbe Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re
juena street, near Main, opposite
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to tbe ladies aud will be
carried on iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, witb or
without escorts, may feel at ease
Ind receive prompt and respectful
attention. Oysters in every style,
shrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
*n band. Joe Bayer.
Tbe Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
have made arrangements to receive
monthly cargoes of the famous Pb.
B>st Brewing Company's export
lager beers. These beers are made
at Milwaukee and bottled by the
Messrs. Stamm <fc Meyer. The
(rat of tbe cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of an entire load.
Tbe Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
* enabled to offer special advantages
to purchasers. Tbe first prizes
were awarded to this Pb. Best Ex
port beer at the Centennial Expo
sition, at the Wisconsin State Fair,
held at Milwaukee, and at the
Inter-State Fair held at Chicago.
1 mam 21
Pruning shears and budding
knives at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. lmyf
Qo to McKenzie's, 129 Mair
ttreet, Ponet block, for tbe finest
domestic and imported liquors auc
wines, by tbe bottle or on draught
The purity of these wines and II
tiuors Is guaranteed, and McKen
lie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. J3t
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, ha:
lust received a consignment o
boca lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excellei
a> a draught beer. Oysters
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of al
kinds, constantly on hand. Givi
him a call. Comer Main and Re
qusna streets, opposite the U. 8
Cartridges aud ammunition oral
kinds at Sutherland's gun store, 7
Main street. lmy
1 Beauty has s
knows not bey
aud when"it ti
i fill figure Is '
work of nan
less are foi
jjroveo at t
y tbey sell the
J delightful st
S ojs <fnstU* gtraUt.
SUNDAY JULY 21, 1878.
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WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams ami Reports tor
the hencfitof Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of observations lahen at Los An
geles, Cal., July £0. 1878.
• P. M.
Maximum Thermometer, 78
Minimum " 61.
J. M. Fhantz, Observer.
Catholic Cathedral.— Main stri-ct,
below First. First Mass at 8 a. m.; last
mass, at 10 A.M.; Catechism ut 2 80 P. M.;
vespers ut 7 p. M.
Old Catholic Church. — Opposite
the Plaza. First mass at 6:30 A. If.: sec
ond mass at 7 A. M.; last mass at 0 a. m :
Catechism ut 3 p. m.; vespers ut A p. m.
St. Athanaisius Episcopal Ciidrch.
— Corner of Temple and New HiKh
streets. Rev. Wm. H. Hill, Rector. Ser
vices at 11 a, m. and 7:45 p.m. Sunday
School at \IV., M. Seats free, und ull eor
Fort st. M. E. Church. — Rev. George
S.lllckey, Pustor. Preaching ut 11 a. m..
an d 7p. m. Sabbath School at 7% p. m
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity M. E. Church South.-Spring
street, between First and Second. Rev.
Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbalh at 11 A. M. nnd 7 p. M. Sun
day School 9:80 a.m. Prayer meeting 7:15,
every Wednesday evening.
Baptist Church.—Spring street, be
tween Founh and Flllb stree s. Services
at 11 A. ana 7 P. M. Sunday School
directly uftcr morning service Seats free,
and tho public are cordially invited.
Prayer meetings Thursday evenings.
Presbyterian Church.—Rev. T. M.
Cunningham, 1). D. services at Good
Templars' Hull, every Sunday at II A. m.
nnd iy % p. m. Sunday School Immediately
after morning service.
First Congregational Church.—
New High street. Rev. V. T. Packard,
Pastor. Services nt 11 a. m. nnd 7p. M.
Sunday School nt 12J.J- All are cordially
Unitarian Services — Union Hall.
Spilng all est. Rev. John D. Wells, Min
ister. Services every Sundny at 11 a. h.
Sunday School ntlornoon at 12:15. Heats
free. All are cordially Invited.
Church oe Christ.—Preaching in the
Court House by the Pastor, John C Hay,
at II a. m und ,r. m. Sunday School nt
10 a. M.
Evangelical Lui'Heran Cnur.CH—
Rev, A. Geyer, Pnstei— services in Union
Hall every Sunday nt 10:80 A. M. xud 7:30
P.M. Sunday School at 9:30 A. ¥.
Mr. Naud is paving the floor of
his new warehouse with RtphaS
t v in.
A number of cows and hogs me
offered for sale in our Now To-
Day. See advertisement.
Los Angeles residents registered
at Sun Francisco hotels July 19th:
B. Cohn, Palace; J. Goldsmith, J.
H. House, W. Ferguson, Ituss
We learu that Mr. D. Rivana
will soon commence the erection
of a handsome brick block on the
site of the adobe buildings adjoin,
ing Germain's store on Main
We understand lhat two per
sons have already commenced to
canvass to ascertain the number of
persons willing to join an excur
sion party to the State Fair at Sac
La Cronica says: Our young
friend Don Jos6 de la Luz Machado
presents himself also ns a candi
date for City Tax Collector at the
approaching election. This makes
five; go ahead.
Merrill Lodge, No. 299, I. O. <3.
T., last evening elected about thirty
delegates to tbo next session of the
District Lodge of the Order, which
will be holdon at Santa Monica,
commencing ou Friday, August 2d.
At Julian I hero was a terrible
storm on last Saturday, the rain
coming down iv torrents and run
ning through the streets with great
rapidity. We had uot a drop of it
here in Sau Diego.— Neivs.
Tbe new Third ward is bounded
by First and Ninth streets, instead
of First and Second as the types
made us say yesterday, and ex
tends west from Main street to the
Mr. Byrd has made another dis
covery. About fifteen miles from
here, iv the mountains, lie lias
found a substance which is pro
nounced hy painters to be umber.
There Is plenty of it.— Downey
A quorum of members of the new
hose company having failed to put
in an appearance last evening, tbe
meeting adjourned till next Tues
day at "J o'clock p. v., when a full
attendance of membeis aud others
interested, is requested.
V Union is authorized to an
nounce that W. C. Johnson, Col
lector of the Los Angeles Water
Company, will present himself as
a candidate for the post of C'ty Tax
Cnllectorat the approaching muni
Officer Frank Baker yesterday
learned the name of the man who
has been iv the habit of selling
the unfortunate* Mrs. Commerford
liquor aud notified him that, If he
did not discontinue tbe practice,
the utmost rigors of the law would
be enforced against him.
The Orange correspondent of the
Anaheim Gazette says that the:
good people of Orange and vicinity
; responded to Mr. and Mrs. Sibley's
i temporal losses In the burning of
> iheir house anil household goods
I by subscribing over three hundred
miliars, besides contributions in
, clothing, bedding aud household
The telegrams lately published
in tbe Herald, descriptive of the
new'placers recently diioovered on
the Colorado river, 240 miles above
Yuma, have already had the etlect
of stirring up the old mining spirit
in Los Angeles. On Friday a party
of miners, with the usual equip
ments of pan, shovel and washer,
the outfit borne by a train of pack
mules, left for the new diggings.
We wish them every success in
There la no ridiculous nonsense
about the honest Deadwoodians.
The most vigorous wallzer nt a
dance there last week exoused
himself at 11 because he had a
stage coach to rob at 12. What a
rebuke this ts to our gidily, pro
crastinating, self indulgent vota
ries of pleasure. That man is
bound to rise—even if tha whole
community havo to pull on the
rope.— S. F. News Letter
A now variety of corn is being
grown with great success in this
vicinity. It Is called the "Centen
nial" corn, and its distinguishing
feature, so far as developed, is a
short, stout, sturdy looking stalk.
Mr. Olden is growing some of this
corn, and It is doing much better
than other varieties. He counted
on oue stalk six ears, already
silked out. —Anaheim Gazette.
Mr. G. B. Davis, of the Alden
Fruit Drying Factory, has been
prostrated for soma days by a se
vere sickness, which has impeded
his task of getting his
factory in working order and
confined him to bis bed. He ex
pects to be about in a few days and
will apply himself with his cus
tomary energy to getting every
thing in readiness for business.
The German Workingmei.'s
Club was organized last night by
the election of the following per
manent officers: President, A.
Oldenburg; Vice-President, August
Brossman; Secretary, A. Glass;
Treasurer, Mr. Rheinhart. Fifty
seven members signed the rolls of
A post of the Grand Army of
the Republic was organized in this
city on Friday evening by the
election of the following officers:
Commander, J. L. Pearson; Ad
jutant, George Furrnan; Quarter
master, H. R. Brown. The name
chosen is the Custer Post of Los
The San Francisco papers say
that Madame Pernet, nea Jenny
Claus, who is now iv that city on
route to join her husband at Hono
lulu, proposes, before sailing, to
give a series of concerts iv the
principal cities of California. She
will ho assisted by Madame
Courseo and will probably visit
Military Prizes at the Agriculural
Two prizes of $500 each have beeu
offered by the managers of the Ag
ricultural State Fair at Sacrameu
to this year to military compauies
of the State, the conditions being
us follows: Fo r i_|, B best drilled
company of not less than thirty
two men, sixteen files front, with
file closers aud olllcars, $500. The
points of excellence to be deter
mined by a board of officers of the
army or Nutioual Guard, or retired
officers of eititer service, and award
made on the following basis: Com
panies to obtain credit up (o 100 in
the school of the soldier, school of
lhe company, school of lhe skir
misher, and up lo fifty in the
bayonet exercise. Tlie points
awarded to he aggregated, and the
company receiving tlie greatest
numi.er of points tn ho awarded
the prize of $500. Entrance, $25.
For the best company of marks
men, $500. The company of forty
members making tho highest per
centage of points, at 200 and 500
yards, with military rifles, under
tbe California Rifle Association
rules, to receive $500. Entrance,
Adjutant General Walsh will
have charge of ail military affairs
at the fair.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to make this public ex
pression of the profound gratitude
of our hearts to the numerous
friends and benevolent societies
who have tendered, and from whom
we have received, so mauy ex
pressions of sympathy and mani
festations of kindness to us in our
affliction and loss, caused hy lhe
burning of our house and most of
its contents last Sunday night.
We would like to mention names,
but they are too numerous to give
in detail. Tliey are messengers of
mercy to us, and we hope they will
receive their reward.
E. & L. Dunbar.
Loh Angeles, July 20, 1878.
A young woman,evidently "from
the country," was seen standing
with a very perplexed air at oue of
the Detroit lamp-post letter-boxes.
She was observed to knock several
times on the top of ths iron box,
aud, obtaining no response, she
passed around to the opposite side,
aud, raising the cover of the slit
In which the letters are placed, ap
plied her mouth to th* apperture,
and called out (or in): "Can ye let
me have a postage stamn, if ye
Young Chicago lady of six Sum
mers. " Mother, wonders never
will cease." "Why, my dear?"
"Why, Mr. and Mrs. \V. are sitting
on the porch talking as sweet as
though they weren't married."
We may live without poetry, music and
We may live without conscience, and
live without heart;
We may live without irlenjs, wj may
live without books.
But civilised man cinnot live without
He may live without bonks; what is
knowledgo hut grieving?
He may live without hope; what is hope
He may live without love; what is pas
sion but pining?
But where is the man that cuu live with
And lv order to dive well you
must buy your groceries and wines
at the T store, where you cau get
better goods at lower prices than
any store iv the city. Remember
the number—4B and 50Spring St.
The Cogswell Concert.
The farewell concert tendered to
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cogswell last
night at Tutnvereln Hall attracted
a large and fashionable audience.
Mr. and Mrs. Cogswell aro musi
cians of a very superior order, and
it would be difficult to exaggerate
tho benefit they have been to tbe
people of Los Angeles in elevating
aud methodizing the taste of the
large numbers of young people
they have instructed in vocal and
instrumental music. They leave
Los Angeles wilh tho hearty good
will of everybody, as was shown
last night by the cordiality of their
The following programme was
gone Ihrough with, with the excep
tion U.at the unavoidable absence
from the cily of Mr. I.udovioi ren
dered the omission of his violin
1. Piano 8010 —Grande Mnrohe Triotn
2. Baritone Solo—"Non c Vcr," l,y re
3. Cavatlna from Norma—"Casla Diva"
4. Violin Solo David
6. Soprano .Solo—"Waiting 1 ' .Millard
Violin Obligate by Mr. Wangeman.
G. Laughing Trio Addison
Mis. Cogswell, Mad-mo .Maria,
P ART SECON.D.
1. Solo, from ''La 1111 edu Regiment"
2. Dueito—Soprano and Baritone—l Pes
Mr. ui:U Mis. Cogswell.
3. Soprano Solo, from "Koborto 11 Dla
4. Tenor—"Romance from
5. Violin Sulo Krnst
0. Quartette, fiom "Martha" F.otow
Mrs. Cogswell, Madumo Mairu, Mesan.
llussulinan and Cogswell.
Mr. Lindberg's piano pliyiug
was finis! oil and iquisite. He is
winning wide recognition as a
thorough artist. The first appear
ance of both .Mr. and Mrs. Cogswell
was greeted by a storm of applause,
aud Ibey were both obliged to re
spond to emphatic encores Mr.
Cogswell sang "Non d vei" in
capital voice and with a spirit and
appreciation only born of uatuial
gilts uud elaborate oillliVation.
The famous cavatina, "Casla
Diva." from Bellini's Norma, was
rendered by Mrs. Cogswell con
summately well, an 1 extorted a
shower of bouquets and an encore.
Miss White rendered Millard's
"Wailing" with djlicious grace
and thoroughness. This vocal ef
fort was heightened by a
tine violin obligato played
Ly Mr. Wangeman, Mrs.
Cogswell presiding at tho piano.
In rosponse to an imperious re
call, Miss While sang a little gem
whose title we failed to catch but
which gave a lino scope to her vo
cal powers. Part first was con
cluded wilh Addison's laughing
trio, iv which Madame Marra and
Mr. aud Mrs. Cogswell soored a de
lightful hislrionio as well as mu
In tho second part, all of which
was rendered faultlessly, Miss
Mamie Perry sang a difficult selec
tion from Itobcrto il Diavolo In a
manner that astonished as well as
captivated those who havo not had
the pleasure of hearing her since
she last sang at Turnvereiu Hall,
about a year ago. Mlsi Perry's
voice is a fine soprano of great
power and brilliancy, and shows
carefnl cultivation. She was
greeted by a shower of
bouquets, and, in response
to an enthusiastic encore,
sang an English ballad with
great sweetness. Mr. Hasse!
man, in his rendering of the It; -
mance from Mignon, added to the
laurels already woo by him and
was vociferously applauded. As
in the first part, Mr, Luilovici was
replaced by Mis. Cogswell, who
played a brilliant solo on the 'piano.
Altogether the concert was one of
the most delightful ever given in
Los Angeles nnd will cause the
beneficiaries to ba pleasantly re
membered by all who were present.
Prolate Court STEPHENS, J.
Saturday, July 20.
Estate of Maria Antonio, A. do
Bax, deceased—Hearing on cita
tion to administrator continued
uutii Wednesday, July 24th, 1878,
at 10 a. m.
The celebrated Quin enjoyed
sleep. Once he said to his servant:
"John, what sort of v morning Is
it?" "A regular rainy day, sir."
"Are there any mullet in tho mar
ket, John?" "No, sir; the season
has not arrived." Then, languidly
turning over on his other side, he
whispered: "Then, John, call me
this time 10-morrow morning,"
and was gone.
"Come, Doctor," said a Scotch
gentleman to his minister, "lean
give you a treat —a bottle of olaret
forty years old." The Doctor was
in rapture?, and eagerly accepted
the invitation, when, to his dis
may, the expected quart proved
only to be a pint bottle. "Waes
me," said he, taking it up in his
hand, "but it's unco wee of Its
A Scottish miuister was asked
how it happened tbat, considering
tbe good example supposed lo be
■et before them, so many minis
ters'sons should turn out ne'er-do
wells. "That's easily accounted
for," said the divine. "You see,
the deil kens be canua get haud <>'
the geese, so he just maks a grab
amaug tbe gaisllßs!"
Curving knives at Sutherland*,
75 Main street. 2my7
BURNING OUT THE SNAKES.
Hundreds of Elating Reptiles Sco ched Oat
cf aa Icc-Honse,
[From the Qulnoy Whig.]
On Sunday evening McDade's
ice-hou«o was burned, and hun
dreds of snakes wiggled and
crawled out and ran for ths bay,
creating a continuous splash, as
one alter another of the reptiles
went headlong into the water. The
snakes seemed to come from every
nook and corner of the building,
and, writhing in agony from the
intense beat, instinctively made
for the bay direct, and, maimed
and burned as many of them were,
they plunged in promiscuously,
throwing great volumes of water
high into the air.
The walcbman at one of the
other ice-bomes says that when he
first saw the flames they enveloped
nearly the eutira building. It had
beeu accidentally set en fire by
tramps, several of whom were sub
sequently found lying near tbe
ruins fast aeleep. One of these
veiy graphically describes tlie
ru<h of snakes Irom the burning
building. Out of the doorway,
through tho roof, through dense
volumes of smoke, they came by
scores, large suakes and small, of
almost every species known to this
latitude, their eyes distended and
their forked tongues darting defl
adce at tbe blaze, thay actually
raced Ihrough tbe air to a
place of safety. They hissed with
madness, and pounded the earth
with their tails in fury, and seemed
to screech iv agony. The number
of them seemed to'be endless, until
tbe whole structuro was so far con
sumed that no more could escape.
Great rattlesnakes, blow snakes,
moccasins, garter snakes, and wa
ter snakes were huddled and hust
led together as 'hey earne forth ap
parently hern o, the flames. Wild
wilh rage and tossiog venom into
the iire, which seemed only to in
crease its volume, they coiled
oo tbe ground with arched
necks ready to strike the foe that
approached them. Some of them
even seemed to stand on tho edge
of the ice-house, as if bidding defi
ance to the devourixrr elements,
and to lick up tlie flames with
their tongues, before giving up
what had been tbeir home. Some
of the snakes took refuge in a large
pile of lumber near the ice-house.
The house was built with three
boards, by which a vacant spice
was mails in the siding, creating
an air chamber, and it is supposed
that ths snakes had taken posses
sion of this for a home. The
tramps who oudeaverod to stay in
tbe ice-house on Sunday night
probably discovered some of the
suakes and attempted to smoke
them out, but the effort resulted in
the destruction of the building.
"O, Lord, bless tho President,"
prayed a clergyman and i'ost
master iv Ohio; "wo believe in It.
B. Hayes—his head, his heart, his
conscience, his courage, his princi
ples and his policy. And, O Lord,
we believe that yeu believe iv him
and his policy, aud endorse them."
St. Louis Spirit: "Sam, you aie
not honest. Why do you put all
the good peaches on top of the
measure, and the little ones be
low?" "Same reason, sah, dat
'makes da front ob your house all
marble, aud de back gats chiefly
clop bar'l, sah."
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Uents.e Published Gratis: Funeral
notices. One Dollar.
WARD—JuIy 20th. 1878, John Ward. > m
tivo of County Westmeatb, Ireland, aged
'The funeral will take place to-day
(Sunday), at 2 p. m. sharp, from his lato
residence on Ninth street. Friends and
acquaintances aro respectfully invited to
Restful Nights, Days Free
Await the rheumatic sufferer who resorts
to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. That
this benignant cordial aud depurent is a
far more reliable remedy than colchicum
aud other poisons used to expel tlie
rheumatic vinu from the blood, is a fact
that experience has satisfactorily dem
onstrated. It also enjoyi the advantage
of Icing—unlike them — perfoctly sate.
With many persons a certain predisposi
tion to rheumatism exists, which ren
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. Such persons should
take a wineglass or two of tlie bitters as
soon as possible after incurring risk
from the above causes, as this superb
protective effectually nullities tbe hurt
ful influence. For ths functional de
rangements which accompany rheuma
tism, such as colic, spasm* in the stom
ach, palpitation or tlie heart, imperfect
digestion, etc., the bitters is also a useful
j remedy. It is only necessary, in obsti
nato cases, to use It with persistency.
HOW TO QIVE ADVICE.
The most difficult province of
friendihip is giviug advice. It
should, if possible, be so contrived
that our friend may perceive our
advice is given him, uot so much
to please ourselves as to his own
advantage. Therefore we find no
difficulty in advising our friends to
go to the T store to buy their gro
ceries and wines as we are sure it
will be to their advautage. 4S and
50 Spring street.
City Bill Poster.
M. Engel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all the beat aud most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Otlice, No. 8
Market street. ap26tf
IS PERFECT HAPPIHE3S IN OUR PRES-
ENT STATE POSSIBLE?
Our nature is inseparable f'-oni
desires, aud the very word desire
(the craving lor something not pos
sessed) Implies that our present
felicity is not complete, but happi
ness can be attained by buying the
very choice groceries sold so cheap
at the "T" store, 4S nnd 50 Spring
Prejudice may be considered as a
oontinual false medium of viewing
things. Many persons are preju
diced against changes, but if they
once try the T store they will find
that ths change will he to their
advantago. There may be found
all tbe delicacies of the season.
Everybody knows the place. It is
48 and 50, Spring street.
Ladies' scissors and pen knives at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
street. liny 5
FERBOHS NOT LIKELY TO SERVE TOD.
There are Aye sorts of persons at
whose hands you may uot expect
kindness. The sordid and narrow
minded think of nobody but them
selves; the busy have not time to
thiuk of you; the overgrown rich
man is afcove minding any one
who needs his assistance; the poor
and unhappy have neither the
spirit nor the ability to serve you;
but if you want to be well eerved,
with politeness and attention, go to
the T slore for your groceries,
wines, liquors and provisions, 48
and 50 Spring street.
Cull on Caroline C. Burton, at
So. 148 Maiu street, proprietress of
tbe Ladies' Hair Dressing Estab
lishment. She makes braids, curls
and waterfalls at the shortest no
tice. Tangled hair straightened
and made up into any shape. Per
fumeries of tho finest quality al
ways on hand. oct4-lm-eod.
THE OSES OF KNOWLED3E.
Knowledge not only confers a
benefit on thoso that possess It, but
upon all with whom they come In
contact. The owners of the "T "
store, bnving a thorough knowl
edge of their business, all who deal
with them reap the benefit of their
experience No. 48 and 50 Spring
Frank Toal informs the citizens
of Los Angeles generally that ho is
now shoeing horses at $1 50 per set.
His slop is at No. 97 Sprina: street,
opposite the M. E. Church South.
All work warranted. mylGtf
Powder, shot and cups at Slither
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
If any Dealer Informs
You that be has for sale a deutifrleo
identical with or containing ingredients
equalling or superior in eftlcacv to those
ot SOZODONT, discredit the statement
and lusist upon having that aluue. By
doiug so, you will secure a dentllrlce par
excellence the best tn Ibe market, con
taining botanic elements of rare preserv
ative influence upon Hi" teeth and one
which wilt endow them wtte most be
coming whiteness. Another desirable
feature of tills ample toilet ar lele Is that
It Imparts lragrancc to the breath. Sold
A Remrkable Cure.
Wsst TovHUUi Vt,May U» it>t;o.
Mrssrs. B.W. Fowlk A Sons.
Gentlemen—Several years since I look
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where It remained wiLhout relaxation. 1
was then in Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming unable to attend to
my business, 1 returned home and com
menced searching In earnest for some
medicine which wonld restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and dully g:ew woise. 1 had a ter
rible cough and raised a good deal ot
blood, I bad profuse nlgin sweats and
severe pain lv my side. 1 continued in
thin state for months.und became so weak
tbat it was with great difficulty I could
walk, when 1 was advised to try Wistah's
Balsam ok Wild cukhky, and, to
my great joy I soon lound that this rem
edy hud arrested the Disease. I contin
ued to use tho Balsam to the extent ofllve
bottles and have, since then experienced
no difficulty of the Jungs. I believe the
Balsam saved mytife aad I shall ever hold
it lv high estimation.
from a IMsMiitfUisnett Jurist.
" [ have tried the Peruvian Sykup, and
the result fully sustains your prediction.
U has made a new man of me, infused In
to my system uew vigor and energy. I
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
aswhenyiu last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, und with a larger capacity for
labor—mental and physical—than at nnv
lima during the last five years. Sold by
A Widr-Awakic Youth's Pai'EK.—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, and sprighty, entertaining
reading.the Youth's Companion, of Ho«lon
has no superior among the youth's publi
Do It at Once!
Persons who have bocome thorouglil>
chilled from any cause, may have theh
circulation at once restored by taking In
to the stomach a teaspoonful or Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed in a little cold
water, well sweetened.
Lyon's Kathairok makes beautiful
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents its lull
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
testof4oyears Is ehurmiugly perfumed
and has no rival.
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, und Intends to
keep them through the winter should at
once get a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders. Ono dollar*",
worth will save at least a hall a ton of
Henry K. Bond, of Jefferson, Main -,was
cured ofspltttng blood, sorenehs nnd weak
ness of the stomach, hy the us-'<d John
ion's Anodyne Liniment internally.
Grocery Store for Sale.
Doing a good business; satisfactory
reasons given for selling. Enquire at the
Herald office. my26tf
ESSENCE OF LIFE
IS A POWERFUL. AND EFFICIENT
remedy for the cure of nervous nnd
physical debility, spermatorrhea,seminal
weakness and premature decline.
The Essenco of Life
Is the only safe and sure remedy and will
restore exhausted vitality without mil,
permanently and olleotually, no matter
from what cause or of how long staudlng
The Essence of Life
Is pleasant to take, nnd is free from all
noxious drugs; it given toue to the diges
tive organs, strength to the nerves, and
purlfiesand enriches lhe blood, thereby
eradicating ail morbid eruptions ot the
Prlee, S3 per battle, or four times the
quantity In case, |10, with full dlreellofis
for use. Sent to any address, ssoure from
observation, upon receipt of pries, which
may be sent by express, registered letter,
or Postotnce money order, or C. 0,1).
within 45*) miles of Bnn Francisco.
References of the highest standing and
unquestionable veracity from passona
that have baen cured. To ha had only at
DR. Si KIN if A NT'S, *N KEARNY ST.,
San Franclseo. Cal.. where all letters
should he addressed.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 r. m. and 6
to 8 p. m . marlS-ifcp-lyr
Private Boarding House,
No. 24, cor. Third and Hill sts.
MT BO AIM) BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. ol2tf
A roliable man aud wife, to work on a
ranch and keep a road station, cither for
wageioron shares. The ranch U well
watered, 60 acres enclosed, a full bearing
orchard of all kloda of fiuit aud a large
vineyard. Is situated on tbe main trav
eled road and has a home market for nil
produce. References required. Call on
or address CHALMERS 6COTT, St.
Charles Hotel. JIS-lw
Being unable to find trusty, reliable
help, I will sell an Interest in my POUL
TRY BUSINESS to a live man. Only
those meaning business need apply to
Impoiter and Breeder of Thoroughbred
Poultry, Los Angeles. Je29-lm
FOR. SALE—FOR RENT.~
A SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY,
In good location. Enquire on premises,
No. Ml Main Ureet, United States Hotel.
Jyl-Im JOHN KONAU, Prop'r.
A Bt.rab.te latest improved BILLI ARD
TABLE, iv good order. Will be sold at a
bargain. Can be seen at Nooll's Wine
Rooms, No. 114, Cardona filo'ik, Main st.
One or more rooms.with board, hot and
cold water bath, etc Persons visiting
Los Angeles will find tbls one of the
plcasanLest locations In town. Address
P. U. Box HO7. mli2«lf
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished v, ith bedding, furniture,
kitchen furniture and water, ftt No. 189
Uueua Vista sireet, Los Angeles. Rent,
NO per month, paj ill tn advance. Ad
dress G. W. W., Bei alu • 'dice- nitj-ir
"111 to ilOOolo Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BfIOKER
Removed to Nu. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance ou collaterals 81 to 51000,
ou all kinds of personal property, sncu
an watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gul-i, Bilver aud U. S. Curren
cy bought and sold. nlllf
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Oranga and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by Glas
sell A Chapman, are now ottered for sale
orient. essTRAILKOAD DEPOT VERY
Apply toOAPT. GLASSELL.In Temple
Block, Los Angeles, or JLF.PAKKr.it,
AOOIIEQATE CAPITAL, 533,000,000.
IMPERIAL of LO DON,
NORTHERN of LONDON,
QUEEN of LIVERPOOL,
HART CED of Hartford,
HfiE IBSnHAKCE COMPANIES.
JOHX CARLIN, Agent,
jelO-lm 8 Commercial Street.
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF
& Co., San Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville. Ky.,by tbe B' ttle
or Gallon, at LOW PRICES.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
THE SAMPLE ROOM
Is provided wltb tbe purest
WINES, LTQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
*»-ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Angeles.
Cau ta (bund lv —
Lowest Living Prices
AT THE POPULAR STORE OF
LOUIS LEWiN & CO.
THE SKATING RINK,
At No. H8 Main St., near First,
Will be Opened To-Night.
ABMISSIuN — Gentlemen, 2", cjnts,
witli privilege of one hour's skating.
Admission to Ladies, Free.
Hli ATES, S3 Cte.
The undersigned offers for mle his
property, conslßtluff of a lot on the prlu
cipat business street of Anaheim aud a
well-furnlshed Barber HbOP, with two
bathrooms attached. In the rear are
three rooms, suitable for a family. 1 »m
doing a good business, but wish to
change climate on aceountof 111 health
PROF. J. H. T. DEAN,
rroprietor Anaheim Shaving buluon.
GERMAIN* PI Lid CHUN.
152 MAIN ST., Corner of FIU3T.
The finest brands cf l.'.,u«rs nnd Wlihh
alwayson hand. FIM. OIGAKS. Cold
i I unoh every day. I co; Jlally Invl'e my
friends and the public to give m- a calf,
aud I promise ibem courteous treatmeu'
and ptoinpt at'eutlon.
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NEW ADVERTISEM ENTB.
in rniCFSor FiasT-ei.Aae
C t.OTHING !
C I. OT II IjNO^!
Cor. Commercial & Main Sts.
For business and educational rn.voiis,
desiring to remove Into Aijg»des, I
" EL MOLINO FARM,"
Including residence and out-butldings
horses, mules, wagon, harness, agricul
tural implements, etc., for the term of
TWO OR THREE YEARS.
The farm conslsis of 204 acres, on which
are4o,ooo grape vines, over 2.000 orange
trees, 700 Knglish walnut tree*, 600 lemon
and lime trees; also a number of black
walnut, pecan, almond, tig. apnoot,
plum, peach,apple, pear trees, bananas,
etc.; twoor three acres of allalfa, fifty
acies vacant arable land, and
THE WHOLE TRACT ABUNDANTLY
Attached to the residence Is a spacious
bath-room, supplying hot, col nnd
shower hatha. There Is also a BILLIARD
ROOM, Lable and appurtenances.
The farm 1* most eligibly situated In
the FRUIT BELT of the
San Cabriel Mission Valley
About eight miles east of Los Angeles
city, and near tbe Railroad Station of
San Gabriel Mission. If not leased,
I WILL SELL THE ENTIRE
On advantageous terms, to-wil: One
tbird cash, Ibe balance In oue, two, three
and four years, nt HI percent. Interestper
annum Interest, payable semi-annually.
E.J. C. KE WEN,
Nos. 10 4 11 Strelltz Building, Spring St.
B. F. Bulletin and Chronicle oopy. o2ltf
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
Porry, Woodworth & Co.'a
— ah r> -
He. 1* Commercial ■treat, near
Railroad »enof. mrfffl-tf—
J. a. JACKSON
Corner J lamella and Firtl Streets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OK
PARIS, CEMENT AND
J. M. GRIFFITH & CD,
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. E I 0.
I am now prepared ta do nil kinds of
Boiler Work and Repairing
TIOILERS promptly attended to and
satisfaction guaranteed. A. Duns,
Jel2-lm Y. O. Bon. No. 866.
J. F. REDOING
Will devote his attention to ihe
Wells, Cesspools, Vaults, etc,
COT Also. WHITEWASHING. UOUftK
CLEANING and GENERAL Jt»BB.NG
Orders may be leit at this office or with
Butler, Main street.
SATISFACTION GIT A RAN TEED.
' — —
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased the (dock aud fix
tures of th'i well known Jewelry store of
My. T. W. Htuckpule, adding thereto a
targe and entirely new assortment of
(foods, we sro are prepared to show the
citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity one
of the lliiestruid best selected Mocks ta
he found in the Htate, which will be sold
at the lowest 11 vim; rates.
We Nhall o mstjuitly be In receipt of all
the latest neve I Mew In wale h as, chain*,
jewelry, etc., to which the attention ol
the public is asppe.inlly Invited.
In spectacles we have a large and va*
rled assortment, nnd aro the exclusive
HgentH In Sou'hurn i'a|i/ niaof thrcel
eurated Laacrus A- MnriN p*»rie t<d spec
tacles, which wo cluini arc th tine tiu
Mr. Black pole will remain in our em
ploy, having exclusive control or ih i
wot k department, an-*, oh heretofore, es
pecial attention will b - given to th- n»
pairing of ane watches uud Jewelry.
We shall bo happy to ste all ni.r i 1 I
friends and the pub' tc at larve.
Jyfitf 8?i spring strut.