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BTMTATHY BETWEEN TBE PHYSICAL
AND MENIAL CONSTITUTION.
The subjection of mental feelings
to corporal influences is a humili
ating doctrine, but it is r.everthe
less a sound one. The stomach is a
moro faithful barometer of tlie
changes of human temperature
than wo are always disposed to ad
mit, and it therefore behooves
every one to [keep his digestive or
gans in perfect order by buying his
groceries at tlie "T" store, where
only pure goods are sold; 18 and 50
reutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street.
The celebrated Fuedkiucks-
buiioh Laouk BEBB will be, from
this day, on draught aud be kspt
all through the Summer monlhson
ice. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock;
all delicacies always on band.
my 201 f Manager.
Ponet & Orr
Have removed their U N i) X it -
TAKING and PICTUKK-FjtAME
Warerooms to the etore formerly
occupied by It. Sotelo, No. 45 Main
street, under tlie LAFAYETTE
Hotel. my 2ml
I oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
ie, at the following reduced pri
ixlll $1 35
Mx 12 1 50
ilxl3 1 05
10x12 1 G5
10x14 1 75
111x10. 2 25
18x28 2 75
15x82 3 00
15x88 3 35
15x40 3 50
Other sizes iv proportion.
i. 0x0.6x1 inch $1 00
3.0x0.0x1}, moulded 1 00
2.8x6.8x11 " 2 12
2.8x6.8x11 " 2 25
2.10x6.10x1.1 " 250
4x7x11 " 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.
lm sept 27
The Russian Electric Baths of ti.
Hughes and Wifo are located at No.
IS Main street, opposite the Pico
House. Gentleman and la
lies will be waited upon by persona
d their own sex. novlltf
MONEY WELL SPENT.
No money is belter spent than
that which is laid out for domestic
satisfaction. A good meal, accom
panied by a good glass of wive, will
put a man into (lie best possible
humor, as every wife knows; so
buy those nice groceries they have
at the "T" store, and make your
home happy. No. 48 and 50 Spring
The dry goods aud novelty store
ul Charles Prasfcr, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
soit to the ladies of Los Angeles.
Mr. Prager has one of the most ix
tensive and reclierchO stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
nnd there Is absolutely nothing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be found in his
store. He has been guided in liis
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of the requirements of this section,
and the latest fashions and novel
ties may be at all times inspected
at No. 5 Commercial street. Give
him a call. my 7
Guvs, rifles and pistols at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Rc
pnena street, ucar 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
»nd receive prompt and respectful
tt tent ion. Oysters in every stylo,
hrimps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
o hand. Job Bayer.
««5t 4 tf
The Messrs. Eips, Craigue & Co.
jave made arrangements to receive
aoouthly cargoes of the famous Ph.
B>st Brewing Company's export
Isger beers. These beers are made
it Milwaukee and bottled ny the
Messrs. Stamm & Meyer. The
ilrstofthe 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. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at tlie Centennial Expo
sition, at tlie Wisconsin State Fair,
he'd at Milwaukee, and at tlie
Inter-State Fair held at Chicago.
Pruning shears and building
knives nt Sutbeilaud's gun store,
75 Main street. linys
Go to McKenzle's, 129 Main
»treet, Monet block, for tbe finest
domestic and imported liquors aud
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
I'lie purity of those wines and li
ouors jj guaranteed, and Molten
lie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. j3tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, ha 9
jt|st received a consignment of
hoc* Isger beer. It Is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
as a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kiuds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Re
uuena streets, opposite the U. 8.
Cartridges ami ammunition of all
kinds at Sutherland's gun store, 75
Main street. linys
Beauty has so many charms one
knows not how to speak agaiust it;
and when it happens that a grace
ful figure is Iho habitation of a
virtuous soul, then it is truly a
work of nature, such as is rarely
combined. But beauty and good
ness are found combined, and is
proven at the "T" store, where
tbey sell tbe beat goods In a most
delightful store. No. 48 and 50
SATURDAY JULY 27, 187?
Hcrali! Steam Printing House.
The facilities of the Hkkald Steam
Printing 1 House for doing Job work are not
-inrpassed in California outside ol San
Kranciseo and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be executed with neat
ness and dispatch at the lowest living
Hereafter notices of companies., s-iele
tleß, churches, etc., will only bo Inter ted
In the Hkkai.imis paid adverUsemenUi
We reserve, for Placet of Worship, a grat
is directory, which will appear tvery
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U, S. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams and Report! for
tho benefit of Commerce and Agriculture.
Report of obeervations taken at Loi An
geles, Cal., Jul)*US, 1878.
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■1:511 A.M. 29.81 113 88 NX 13 OL'dy
1:50 p.m. 21180 80 50 W !l Clear
8:15 P.M. 211.81 IU 83 WI 7 flour
Maximum Thermometer, 81.
Minimum " CI.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
General Phineas Binning re
turned overland yesterday from
Eleven 12 mule teams unloaded
bailey at Naud's new warehouse
Two Dicely furnished rooms,with
Hie of bath, are advertise ! for rent
(o single gentlemen, hi our New
Mr. Charlie While, an attache of
the railroad office, got back yester
day from a pase:> to his old home
Miss Kate Smith has leased the
premises at the northwest corner of
Fourth and Spring streets for her
Arrived at Wilmington, July 20,
schooner Hannah Madison, Ras
mupsen, master, from Newport
North, with 205,000 feet of lumber
for 11. H. Show, Santa Ana.
Mr, 13. E. Chadwlclc, whose
apiary is In Bepulveda cafiin, near
Santa Monica, estimates that his
honey crop will exceed 100,009
pounds this season.
Mr. Mullally, at his brickyard
near the Catholic CVmetery, turns
out 16,000 bricks per day. He is
now burnings kiln of 010,000, and
will soon commence to burn an
other containing 1,500,000.
Wo were favored with a call yes
terday from Mr. Selim, correspond
ent of the O-ikland Times and San
Francisco Hotel Register, who
passed through Los Angeles en
route to San Diego.
There will be a grand opening at
Ous' Saloon, corner of Fiist and
Los Angeles streets, this evening.
A first class hand <.f music will be
in attendance aud an apetizing
lunch will be served. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all.
We learn that a telegraph sta
tion will shortly ba established at
tlie Mission San Gabriel, It will
he a groat convenience to the real*
denls of thut populous section,who,
heretofore, have been obliged to
come to this city lo send off dis
Henry P. Arnold wai examined
before Judge Peel yesterday on v
ohurgs of having burglarized Mor
ris's lodging house aud stolen
some clothing from a trunk. He
was committed In default of $500 to
await the action of tlie Grand
S. Carrillo, whose bonfire
caused the alarm of fire night be
fore last, WUI up before Judge Peel
yesterday. The old man pleaded
Ignorance Of the law and was let
oil" with a fine of five dollars,
which was contributed by a police
man and friends of tha offender.
Two regulars— Dougherty and
Hopkins—were up before Judge
Peel yesterday on charges of
drunkenness. Dougherty was sent
to the chain gang for ten days and
Hopkins was discharged, the
County Physician certifying that
confinement in the jail would en
danger his life.
There arc iv Iho city twenty
three public schools. During the
year ending June 30th there were
1730 pupils enrolled—94B boys and
784 girls. Eighteen of the schools
have been taught by teachers hold
ing either first grade certificates or
educational diplomas. The aver
age experience of our teachers is
about six years.
Major E. H. McD.iniel, formerly
of Los Angeles, is now proprietor
of the Occidental Hotel, at Santa
Barbara. A gentleman who ar
rived from there yesterday tells us
that tlie Major is 0110 of the most
obliging landlords he ever met and
seems to be doing a profitable bus
Irian interview with Mr. Natleati
yesterday, wo were much gratiiled
to learn tbat Ills yield of barley is
much exceeding the anticipations
of a few weeks ago, The average
yield lie puts at not loss than six*
tfeii to eighteen sacks to the acre.
He is busy threshing and his
eighteen-nuile teams are now haul
ing the grain to the storehouse.
It is well known by most of our
readers that ArlhuiOtt lias been
seriously ill for I he last three weekß
with typhoid lever, and in conse
quence of which was unable to at
tend to any of his work. He has
about forty acres iv the Swamp and
during ills sickness tlie weeds came
very near getting the best of the
corn. But on la9t Monday morning
about twenty or twonty-flve of his
neighbors and friends were on tlie
ground with hoes and plows and
the way they made the weeds ily
was a caution. By night there was
scarcely a weed to be seen in that
corn field. Certainly the partici
pants iv such deeds of kindness will
receive their reward in the next
world if not in this.— Santa Ana
Dr. Duulap has returned from a
visit to Silverado, the new mining
district. He Informs us that tlie
ledge discovered by Messrs. Hunt
ington & Co. runs parallel with the
originul ledge and is about GOO feel
ttarther South. The ore is font din
a stale formation in narrow stratus,
varying from a quarter of an inch
to two inches iv thickness, tbs
ledge being from two to three feet
wide. One piece of rock which lie
saw assayed, produced at the rule
of over $-1,000 to the ton. ot
course it is not expected that this
immense yield will bo uniform,
but it proves that the rock
is very rich. Work is being
prosecuted with vigor on all the
old claims. At the "Duulap" there
is already about 200 toss of ore
on the dump, 100 sacks ol which
will be shipped to Sau Francisco
next week. On his recent trip
to Sun Francisco Doo. Dunlsp look
up with him 8,760 pounds of ore
from the Duulap claim for which
the following return was made:
Silver per ton, 15230 40; lead $19 23,
making a total of $258 81 per ton.
Another assay produced the follow
ing: Silver $356 19; gold $3 10; lend
$23 10; total $382 39.
We had a pleasant call last
evening from Mr. W. H. H. llow
ersof Salt Lake City. Mr. Bowers
is interested with his brother, Mr.
W. C. Bowers, ot Rivcna, in this
eoniitv, Iv the Esoondldo gold
mines of tlie Soledad CaDon. The
Messrs. Bowers are now erecting a
pan-crusher quartz mill iv tiie
Cafion, about two miles from Ra
vena Station, which they expect to
have in operation by Monday
next. The mill will be worked by
a twenty horse-power engine and
will have a capacity of six tori 9
per day. Acorpsof fourteen expe
rienced miners and amalgamators
have been brought from Nevada to
work tlie mine and mill, As soon
as developments warrant it a large
stamp mill will be erected.
Editor Orrovltoll, of the Stockton
Independent, fires this Russian
small-shot at Dizzy: As a partial
reward for the pawnbroker tricks
the English Premier displaysd at
the Berlin Congress, he iias had
his attenuated underpinnings orna
mented with the Garter, and, after
Ibis investiture of knighthood,
preparations are being made to
extead to him the freedom of the
city of London, and give tlie aged
Tory something to eat at tlie Man
sion House on tlie 3 1 of August.
We understand that a "scalper,"
well known all over the Pacific
Coast, has made his appearance at
Silverado, aud has already put
some of the original locators to
considerable annoyance and ex
pense. Messrs. Tbistletliwaite and
Harvey yesterday commenced pro
ceedings to oust the Intruder and
it is lo he hoped that their prompt
action will he successful in ridding
tho district of that bane of new
mining camps—the professional
j urn per.
Mr. Meyerstem, by advertise*
ment elsewhere, notifies tlie peo
ple of Los Angeles that, during the
next thirty day, ho will sell
clothing, furnishing goods, dry
goods, hoots, shoes, hats, and, in
deed, everything in his lino at
lower prices than ever before olfer
eil in this city. Intending pur
chasers will find it to tlnnr interest
to examine his stock. His store is
No. 40 Mall)street, Lafayette Hotel
Mr. J. G. DdTurk, at his auctirn
house. No. 1 Market street, at the
usual hour this mornyig, will oiler
for sale a largo number of fine
WOIK and saddle horses; also three
full bedroom suits Wltii blankets,
spreads, etc. A rare chance for
bargains is here presented which
those in need of any of the articles
enumerated would do well to avail
themselves. Our friend Noyes will
officiate as salesman.
A number of prominent citizens
assembled at Union Hall last eve
ning to attend the meeting called
to assist the Horticultural and Ag
ricultural Societies in attracting
people to this city from all parts of
the coast during Fair week, which
commences October 14tb. 'ihe
meeting was called to order by Mr.
Bent. Gov. J. G. Downey was
elected Chairman and J. R. Bri
Tlie Chairman briefly slated the
objects of tho meeting, after hav
ing the call read by the Secretary.
It was stated that at the present
time it was an easy matter lo get
up successful excursions, and that
the railroad and steamboat com
panies would doubtless give low
figures for the excursionists durl ng
that week so that crowds could ho
brought to Eos Angeles over the
railroad from the Sun Joaquin
valley, over tbe railroad from San
Bernardino; also, from Santa Ana,
Wilmington and Santa Monica;
also, steamer loads from Sau Die
go, Santa Barbara, and oilier coast
For tho purpose of making ar
rangements for these excursions,
tlie following committee of niue
was appointed: John G. Downey,
Chairman, E. F. Spenoe, John ft,
Brierly, J. 11. Seymour, C. H.
Bradley, J. de Barth Short., N. 0.
Carter, M. J. Newmark and T. C.
The Committee will hold a meet
ing at the office of tho Horticultu
ral Society, No. 5, Odd Fellows'
block, this afternoon at 3 o'clock,
for tho purpose of commencing ac
We may live without poetry, music, aud
Wo may live without conscience, and
live without heart;
We may live without lrlends, we may
live without books,
Bui civilised man cannot live without
lie may live wllhoiit boiks; what Is
knowledge but grieving?
He may live without hope; what is hope
Ho may live without love; what in pas
sion but platagf
But where li toe man Hint can live wlth
A nil in order to dine well you
must buy your groceries und wines
at the T store, where you can get
better goods at lower prices Hutu
any store in tho city. Remember
the number—4B and 50 Spring St.
Ladies' scissors and pen knives at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
Wo were somewhat astouished on
awakening about half past eight
o'clock yesterday morning to find
our bed trembling under us. Sup
posing that tho vibration hud been
caused by the fall of some heavy
object in come other "part of the
house, although wo had heard no
noise, we paid no uitentiou to it.
Shortly alter we had reached tbe
office several geutlernen came in
and asked if we had noticed the
earthquake. We then knew the
cause of the tumult in our usually
Italdcouch. From Ihe following
telegrams it will be seen that the
shock was general throughout this
section of the Slate:
Bt Monte, Juiy U0 —Shook like
the devil here.
SPADHA, July 20.—Shook uorse
than that here.
Cabazon, July —Shook like
hell nnd damnation here.
San Heknakdino, July £6—
A very severe earthquake shock
occurred here this morning at half
past eight o'clock, No damage ex
cept the cracking of plastering In
a few buildings. The oscillation
was north nnd south. Kverybody
made a rush for tbe middle of the
Riverside, July 20.—a lively
earthquake occurred here at twenty
minutes to nine o'clock; no dan:
a »c done.
Latest From Silverado.
The Santa Ana Timet prints the
following from its correspondent
" Wai « ick" at the Silverado mines:
Tlie new strike In tlie Southern
Slope is toe subject of conversation
here at present. It seems that,
after Mr. Huntington & Co. bad
worked about one week on their
mine, they found some very rich
looking ore which they had as
sayed, tlie certificate showing
$4,288.30. That looks away up, but
it is a fact not to he denied, und has
added greatly to the confidence of
a number of people who had here
tofore believed there was nothing
west or below tlie Opblr Lode. It
is believed I hat the Southern Slope
anil the Galena leads are one aud
the same, nod if tlie treasure ex
tends through the whole length it
is quite exteusivc. There tire sev
eral locations ou the Galena ledge,
and John C. Hill's, Ihe Pullen Co.'s
and the Warwick Company's
claims are the most valuable. Mr.
Huntington says that their com
pany intends working their mine
systematically, and, in a short
time, ship a quantity of ore to the
Meesr>. Lake & Sears have been
working on their mine on the
Graytmck, with very satisfactory
results They are confident that
they will in a short time strike
good shipping ore. Mr. V. T. Mer
ick just from Montana will coin
menca work on tho Van Ness Mine,
on Ibe Ophlr ledge, with the inten
tion of developing the same. Others
are working on their mines and
every day's work shows something
new. There are seven families here
at present, which with the miners'
camp makes quite a place of Sil
Some of the parties interested
here bave donated quite a sum to
be expended on the road which will
be a great improvement.
Messrs. Cash Harvey & Co. have
Started their blacksmith shop aud
feed yard with a fiir prospect of
doing a good business.
Mr. Gillt.-t will soon open a board
Alexander H. Stephens.
I .I'orth Carolina Paper ]
We saw Alexander H. Stephens
on the cars the other day. We
thought it was somebody's over
coat thrown in tlie only unoccu
pied seat in tlie coach, and picking
it up, we started to throw it across
the back of Ihe seat, when it began
to kick and swear. Wo dropped it,
and ns it, hit tlie floor a veice said,
"I'm Alexander Stephens, sir."
He is as thin ns a June shad,weighs
about thirty, and sitting sideways
it will take six sue.h as he is to (ill
a car .-eat.
Forney says that in Prance every
body drinks but nobody gets drunk,
That is natural enough. In this
country, where about one half of
the people abstain from liquor, one
man is obliged to do the drinking
for two, and sooner or later lie must
go to the wall.
A Nebraska man asks people to
believe that his dog deliberately
walked in front of a railroad train,
laid liis head on the rail, anil was
killed, because of sorrow for Ihe
death of a child, for whom it hud
shown a strong attachment.
Pennsylvania paper: Every euce
In a while wo hear of a California
woman killing a hear. This is all
right. Hut wo challenge tho world
to ransack tlie pages of history nnd
show where a woman lias ever dot
away with a mouse.
PROM IU UMON, Ori.LETi X .* ')! RKON'a tHAM"
HOWlf'l OH Kt-VOHUS, JULY SO, I^B.
Tioiv cr Balding Lai Association of
Bunt tiOi Angolan to Ttws B Swoon -y —
Lot 4, blk Iff, Company tract, cast of riv
A Koblnson,Trustee, etui, to Thos TI
Lyons-SvV H ot NW 34 Sea 11 T 4 S li il
\V, Los Coyoies, 40 acres; $1000.
Win Hammond to Samuel Hellraan—
Loti.'j. block 8, Brooklyn tract; $75.
Elizabeth Edwards, wife ot Alex Ed
wards, to Jacob Welngurth — 7V« a *res in
San Gabriel Orange Grove Asso;-ia!iou
tract, and one watershare; fSO I,
j M Koihchild to m Levy—City tax
deed, 187377-Lotaß,lo and VI, bik V, Alt
pleasant tract IslU 01.
C Mills to Michael Levy— C«mnty tax
deed, 1870 77—.'0 ft front ou west side ol
ive street, between Tenth and Eleventh;
B D Wilson la Samuel M llalsled —
Agreement to convoy lots 2 and I), ntu;o
L Alhambra traat, aud pro rata water
right, when Wilson has goad titlo and
delivers deed, Sopl 1K77; «WO.
Lewis Wolfskin, Henry Dal lon and
Guadalupe % do Dallon to James It Sou
well 1L>.")0 acres, David II He a well LtfO
ucres, Tnomai W Hudson IfiODaorea, Jaa
N W-'ley o0(> acres, '1 hos li Klokcraou gSO
ucros, Geo W Park lUO acres, all of Sono
ma county, and Win A Spnrloek iO'w
acres-, Geo W Morgan SQS3 acres;
mont to convey Ranoho A zusa, alt inter
estof grantors In EUnehO addition to Sau
Jots and In San Jose wator rights, fran
chises and ditches; 2,00 acres reserved to
L Wollskill; ~ I in.mmi. payable $10,000
rlown; 82.V0C0 In OOdayn; deed then to Is
sue und balance secured by two no tea of
equal amount, duo July 2i, 1871), und July
*fi, IBSO, and mortgage; interest, at Id par
cent per annum.
AT l; tit.-, toJohn Liun and W H Linn
—Lotsof Hates tract, Birch's Addition to
Santa Ana; 1375.
Win Jones to Ed MeTaggart—Old deed,,
ISO 9, ro-recordod to correct record.
Iv a recent interesting historical
paper upon "Destructive Earth
quakes in Japan," by Mr. Hatteri,
of the University of Tokio, is the
following description of a curious
Seismograph, or earthquake regis
ter, invented by Ckoko about 132
A. D. The seismograph consists of
a copper vessel, whose diameter
was eight shaker, or feet, acd
whoso convex cover was orna
meuted with characters, mountain
turtles, birds und baa9ts. In this
vessel there was one main piston
iv the middle, with Its eight
brauches, wires and springs. On
the outside of this vessel weie
eight dragon heads, each of them
having a copper hall in its full
opened mouth. Under each of Ihe
dragon heads there was a frog
looking upward, with its mouth
full opened. The wire work aud
springs weie very skillfully ar
ranged In the vessel, but the cover
was closely tilted and they could
not be seen. Whenever the eartli
shook one of the dragons dropped
the ball, the frog underneath re
ceived it in lis mouth, aud pro
duced a sound. By this means tlie
direction ol the shocks was ascer
tained. Once one of tlie dragons
dropped its ball, but no person
near it perceived any shock, aud
all tlie learned men of the Capital
doubted tbe trustworthiness of the
machine; hut after n few days a
mail arrived from ftosel and re
ported the occurrence of an earth
Recently! hi Indianapolis, an ac
rjuaiutanoe, courtship, and mar
riage all transpired within fifteen
minutes. A gentleman met a lady
in company by accident, proposed
to her, she accepted, carrying out a
joke, as she supposed; the license
and minister wero procured in a
few minutes, and the lady in
formed, to her astonishment that
took away her breath, that all \va9
ready, when she began to consider
and realize what it all meant. She
was influenced, hewever, to abide
by her decision, given in fun but a
few minutes before, and merely
asked for time to change her ap
parel, but Ibis was denied her by
the impalient groom. He said it
must bo finished up right off. then
and there, without delay, aud the
knot was tied instanter, at 93° in
the shade—all in a quarter of an
hour, and housekeeping actually
comtneueed within thirty minutes.
Willi pleading eyes she looked
up from tlie piano and sung, "Call
me your darling again." But he
refused, as there were witnesses
around, and there is no telling
when a man will be introduced to a
breach of promise suit, in these
Spiir,reon replied to an Ameri
can, "Oh, yes; I have heard of your
Robert Ingersoll. I should do noth
ing to convert him. He is a green
watermelon. Tbe more he abounds
the soaner tlie public will luru
Jacksonville, Flu., has a 13 year
old boy with a hand so big that he
cannot raise it above his breast.
When another person holds it
above bis head it covers his body
like a small umbrella. He Is a
mulatto, named George Evans.
A witness, being cross-ques!kill
ed, swore that he was in the habit
of associating with every grade ot
society, from lawyers up. Tlie
lawyer wlio "had him in hand"
gasped out, "That's all," and sat
When they get telephones iv tile
hotels, it will refresh the
weary traveler who is sent up to
tlie fourth floor, to sitdowu quietly
and impart to the clerk down lv
iheotlice his private opinion of
that functionary's conduct.
Tearful Tommy Shearman, who
lias gone to Kurepe, will probably
visit Egypt to gather a supply of
crocodile tears before returning.
A New York young ladies' semin
ary has been declared a bankrupt.
Can it bo possible that the awlul
appetites of the fair boarders caused
tv .a oatastrophy?
"Coming events cist their shad
ows belore," was what tho man re
marked when he received a postal
card announcing that his mother*
in-law was about visiting him.
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Jacket.... 7 05S I Rentuck ....3 i.'HS 60
ban Francisco, July 20.
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N lielle IWAQWi Cliollar 29
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ludepetul'o I 45 ijvoruian 10>£
Star 1 Exchequer 3 40
Hill suae.. 1 Bullion 4 "0
Rodle llaO'j Mould AC ~7
Bechtol I 20(3 1 50 Union 7%jg(7)4
M White 4 Ward , I SO
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Homes take 0 California
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Surest Tranquilizer of the Nerves.
The surest tranquilizer of tho nerves ||
a medicine which remedies their super
sensitive!] es-i by invigorating them. Over
tension of tho nerves always weaken
them. What they need then, Is a tonic,
not a sedative. The latter is only use
ful when there is intense mental excite
ment and an Immediate ueoasslty exists
for producing quietude of tho brain.
Hosteller's stomach Hitters restores
tranquility of the nerves hy endowing
them with tho vigor requisite lo bear,
without being jarred or disturbed un
heal th fully, th-* ordinary impressions
produced through the media ot sight,
hearing and redeotlon. Nay, it does
more than this,—it enables them to sus
tain a degree of tension Iroiu mental ap
plication which they would be totally
unable to endure without its assistance.
Such, at least, Is the irresistible conclus
ion to bo drawn train the testimony of
business and professional men, littera
teurs, clergymen, and others who ha»e
tested thu fortifying and reparative in
fluences of It)la celebrated tonic and ner
City Bill Poster.
M. Engel, bill poster autl distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rates. Controls
all tho best and most prom inert l
bulletin bill boards. Olllee, No. 9
Market street. ap'.'fitf
IS PERFECT HAPPINESS IN OUR PRES
ENT STATE POSSIBLE?
Our nature is inseparable from
desires, and the very word desire
(tbe craving tor 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 tho "T" store, 48 and 50 Spring
Mr. 11. Hchihdler, on the first of
August, proximo, will remove his
large stock of boots and shoes to
No. 30 Main street. Central Hotel
building, where lie will continue
his closing out sale preparatory to
starting witli an entirely new stock
in his new store, to be built on tbe
site of bis present placeof business.
Persons desiring first-class work in
bis line ut bed-rock prices would do
well to give him a call.
Prejudice may be considered as a
continual false medium of viewing
things. Many persons are preju
diced against changes, but if they
once try the T store they will find
that the change will be to their
advantage. There may be found
all tbe delicacies of tlie season.
Kverybody knows the place. It is
18 and 50, Spring street.
Pewder, shot and caps at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
The most difficult province of
friendship is giving advice. It
should, if possible, be so contrived
that our friend may perceive our
advice is given him, not so much
to please ourselves as to his own
advantage. Therefore we Und no
difficulty In advising our friends to
go to the T store to buy their gro
ceries and wines as wa are sure it
will be to their advantage. 48 and
50 Spring street.
Genuine Marrian's Burton Pale
Ale ou draught at McKenzio'a.
THE V3t& OF KNOWLEDGE.
Knowledge not only confers a
benefit on those that possess it, but
upon all with whom tbey come in
contact. The owners of the "T"
store, having a thorough knowl
edge of their business, all who deal
witli them reap the benefit of their
experience No. 48 and 50 Spring
PERSONS NOr LIKELY TO SERVE YOU.
There are five sorts of persons at
whose hands you may not expect
kindness. Tlie sordid aud narrow
minded think of nobody but them
selves; the busy have not time to
think of you; the overgrown rich
man is atove 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 served,
with politeness aud attention, go to
the T store for your groceries,
wines, liquors and provisions, 43
and 50 Sluing street.
Frank To a I informs the citizens
of Los Augeles generally (hat he is
now shoeing horses at $1 50 per set.
His slop is at No. 97 Spring street,
opposite the M. E. Church South.
All work warranted. mylOtf
If any Dealer Informs
Yon that he tins T>r sale a ileal ifrice
identical with or oontatning Ingredients
equalling or superior In etlleaev to those
ot BOZOOONT, discredit thu statement
unci insist upon having that alone. Hy
doing so, you will secure a dentifrice par
excellence the boat in the market, con
taining botanic elements of rure preserv
ative influence upon tbe teeth and one
wnleh will endow them with most be
coming whiteness. Another desirable
feature] of 1 hls staple toilet nr hdu Is that
it imparts lragrauce to the brea'.li. Sold
Oo II at Once!
Persons who have beoomo thoroughly
chilled flout any cause, may have their
circulation ut once restored by taking in
to tho stomach a teaspoonlul of Johnson's
Anod) no '..iniment, mixed In a little col.,
water, well weeteued.
IjVOK'S Katiiaikon makes beautiful
luxuriant, flossy hair; prevents Us lull
ing out or turning gray. It hits stood th*
test of 40 years Is charmingly perfumed
and has uo rival.
Every farmer who owns n good stock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and Intends to
keep them through the w, vi. r should nt
once get a good slock of Sheridan's Cnv
alry OondlUon Powders. One dollar's
worth will save at least a half a too of
llcuryK. Bond,Of Jefferson, Maine,\vae
cured ofspittlng blood, soreueo.s and weak
ness of the stomach, by Ihe use of Johu
sou's Anodyne Liniment iuternally.
A Widk-Awake Youth's Pai»ek.—
For judicious editing, select and popular
contributors, and sprighly, eulerlniuing
readlng.the Ymtfh*i Onnivinion, of Uosion
has no superior among the yuiuu 1 * publi
S'rom n IHslluirulsiicii Jurist.
"I have trieU the I'ekdvian sykop, mi l
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made n new man of me, Infused iu
fto my system new vigor an,l energy. 1
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you hist saw me, but sironjier,
heartier, and Willi a larger enpaoi'y lor
labor—mental and physic;,!- than at a/n
time during tlie last live years, Sold b>
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT -
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
—AN D —
fin. 16 i 'otnnierelnl street, near
Knllrond Depot. mr2o-tr—
J. G. JACKSON
I iinnbor Dealer
Corner * lamella and First Slreeli.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, I'LASTER OK
PARIS, CEMENT AND
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.
CORN Kit OF
Alameda and First Streets
I) KA I. Kits IN
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. ETC.
—■—■ . . |
li v a competent woman, a situation to
do housework*. No oblectlons to tbe
country. Eoauire at No. 58, corner of
Charity and sixth atreeta. Jy2s-lw
Being uuahle to find trnsty, reliable
help, 1 will sell au Interest In my POUL
TRY HUsINKHS to a live man. Only
those meaning business need apply lo
impoiter aud Breeder or Thoroughbred
Poultry. Los Angeles. Je2(Mm
ro a rentT"
A SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY,
in good location. Enquire ou premises,
No. Ml Main street, United States Hotel.
Jyt-lm JOHN RONAU, Prop'r.
One or more rooms.wlth board, hot and
cold water bath, etc. Persons visiting
Los Angeles will Mini this one of tbe
plcasuntest locations in town. Address
P, Us Box UU7. mh2*itf
A COTTAGE OP FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen turullure und water, at No. 132
Rueuu VlHtastreet, Los Angeles. Kent,
•20 per month, payablt in advance. Ad
dress O. W. W.. Herald ofllee- mrs-tf
By t he Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, the best Orange and Heml-
Tropical Fruit Land In the state. Watcl
riitlil goes with the land. Apply to tbe
olHea of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High til.
aplStt f. W. WOOO, Secretary.
$1 to 81000 to Loan,
AT THE BTAR LOAN AND BROKER
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance ou collaterals II to $1000,
on alt kinds of personal property, such
as watcbes, jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, silver and U. S. Curren
cy bought und sold, nlltf
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by Glas
scll & Chapman, are now orfered for sale
or rent. oarß AILHOAD DEPOT VERY
Apply to CAPT. GLASSELL, In Temple
Block, LOs Augeics, or li. F. p A EUCifcS,
oranse. dl6tr "
Tbe undersigned begs leave to an
nounce himself as a candidate for Ser
geana-at-Arms of the Constitutional Con
vention. A-H. MILLED. .
Loi Angeles, July 23,1878. j'-'l-t s 28
NORMAL INSTITUTE, j
BAPTIST CHURCH, SPRING St.
THE FOT.RTII TERM of this Institute
will open JULY 29;h and continue in
session until December 20th.
The objects of the Institution are:
First—To give to any person who de
siren to prepare lor teaching special in
struction in any branch or division of
branch of State course where applicant
for certificate may leel deficient.
Hecond—To instruct teachers in the lat
est methods of imparting knowledge.
Those Intending to become teachers
can perfectthemselves more rapidly, al
leu expense and more thoroughly* than
at any other jNosintil Institute in the
The second department li designed to
practically illustrate Normal methods,
giving Hiudenta Hie most natural aud
thorough tnstrmtion, fitting them for
i iiH regular Normal course, wlato Univer
sity, military and other colleges. Stu
dents received at any time.
The Institute atlords accommodations
Tor those at a distance who desire to
hoard or self-board.
N. B. — Trustees and others desiring
competent teachers will do well to make
liitjalries at thhs Institute.
For terms, etc., address
MKH. REGINA MAST DIXON,
Jy24-5m P.O. Box3BG,Los Angeles,Cal.
A. C A. T> X JUL Y.
This institution, located In the
CITY OF LOS ANGELES,
on FORT STREET, between Third and
Fourth,will begin Its THIRD YEAR
AU<..Csr sth, 1878.
The fallowing courses of study will he
taught on tlie most reasonable terms:
(1 HA MM A R SCHOOL COU RSE:
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION:
0. S.;fuAMUES, A. M » Principal
8, K. MIAMBKS Preceptress
0. W. 1-* FETKA, Principal ComM DepM
V\ ALTER MNDLKY.M. D., Teucher oi
Anatomy, Physiology ami Hygiene
T OU IN a LAMS Teacher of French
(J. ii BOLLIN Ok X...Teacher of German
UttAS. i . DvY...Teucherof Vocal Music
Mrs. 0. E. DAY,Teacher of lnstr'l Music
To the patronizing publ!c I wish to Hay
that no pains have been spared to secure
faithful and competent teachers tor the
several departments of the Academy.
Mr. C. W. Lv r etfa, first a graduate, then
an assistant teacher in the Business Col
lege of Washington, D. C., will take
ehan c of the Commercial Department,
the Oi her teachers are too well known to
mod any note ot commendation to thh
ct.mmuuliy, A new building has been
er-cei expressly far the Commercial
aVAmplo accommodali >ns have been
provided for boarding students from a
For tnrt'.ier parilc-tlars address the
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From their agents, DeWOLF
A Co., San Francisco; also.
Old Bourbon and Rye
Direct from Louisville. Ky.,by ihe n tile
or u»llou,nt LOW PRICKS.
Cenuine Scotch and Irish Whisk y.
Enfjlish Ales and Porter.
TIIK9A.M L*I.H KOOM
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIOAItS.
•ST KNOLHII ALU ON DRATJttlir.
Pomd's lluf l<lii>ir.
Main street, near Court, l.os Antteles.
C. U. EDMONDS notifies the owner* ol
horses aud other stock that, he hu>
opened an office at the PONY STABLES,
, No. lWMalu street. Will treat tbe dis
ease known a« bloody murrain In mille,
• and guarantee a cure. i,vJ4 lin
' IN PRICES OF FIKST-Cr.AIS
Cor. Commercial & Main Sts.
J. F. REDDING
Will devote his attention to Ihe
Wells, Cesspools, Vaults, etc.
SVAlsn, WHITEWASHING. HOUSB
CLEANING and GENERAL JOBBING
Orders may be leit at this office or with
Jesse Butler, Main street.
: Wr— i —— mm I
FARMERS' « MERCHANTS'
li AM U
Of Los Augeles.
CAPITAL 800.000 OO
tSAIAS W. HKLLMAN President
L.O. GOODWIN Vlee-Presldent
JOHN MILNER Secret* y
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Isaias w. Uellhan, EnaiHß Marat,
O. W. CIIILDB, L. C. GOOBWIH,
CIIAIII.tS PUCOMMCN, Jusß MASCASIL,
Joun s. Griffin, C. E. Thou,
Exobange for sale on
NEW YORK, LONDON, DUB
LIN, FRANKFORT, PARIS,
BERLIN and HAMBURG
Receive Deposits and Issue Their
Hur sad Hall
LEGAL TENDBRB, GOVERN
MENT, STATE, COUNTY,
AND CITY BONDS.
Will also pay tbe highest price for Gold
and Silver Bullion.
From and after this date, on all moneys
leit as Term Deposits. Interest will be al
Or Los Angeles.
Authorized Capital - 300,000
J. E. HOLLTSNBECK ..................Pre»lo>ut
E. F. SPENCE Cashier
A. 11. Wilcox, W. Woodworth,
a. H. Morr, H. M AKUHY,
I. I ANKKIIHUIM, <>. ft. WITHBBUT,
K. K.fl'twii, J. E. IIOLI.BxacCK.
This Dank Is prepared to receive de
posits on open account, Issue Certificates!
of Deposit, and transact a general Rstak
Collections made and proceeds remitted
at ouirent rates of exchange.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK.
Los Angeles _ Cm I
Capital Stock (paid up), 300,000
I. S. sr.AUSON President
R. 8. IIAKKit Vice-President
J. M. ELLIOTT r. Cashier
I. S. SI.AUSON, P. BBACDRT,
V. A. Hoovkh, HoyKUT 8. Bakhk.
I. Bixby, Gko. w. Pbescoct
A. W. Bowman.
Receive .Savings Bank deposits.
Buy and sell exchange on San Franeiseov
Now York, London, Paris, Berlin and
II ly exchange on all parts of the United
States h.ul Enrope.
Reoelvo money on open account and Cer
tificate or Deposit, and do a general
banking and exchange business.
ESSENCE OF LIFE
IS A POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT
remedy for the cure of nervous ami
physical debility, spermatorrhea,seminal
weakness and premature decline.
The Essence of Life
[■ tbe only safe aud sure remedy aud will
restore exhausted vitality without tttJt,
permanently and effectually, no matter
front what cause or of how lung staudlnc
Tho Essence of Life
Is picas.mi to take, and is free firm all
noxious drio.fi; It gives ton" to th* tllgt**v»
tlve organs, sirettgith to the n*HVe»,
purities and oniic.iio* the > Until, th«ift>y
iradicaLin.,' ml iambi-' nrupln-u* oi lt.tr
Price, $a per bottle, or tmu uuie* fit*
quani!ty in cany $lv, with ma direction*
torus.-. Nfitt fount. aide *»•!•>, Hecate fr"i»
observation, upon lecetpt < f pi Ice, wiiji
may be sent by vx t nt*f.*, registered l«to-J"
or lvuttorrlce money nwler, <»r (?*rt
witlitti 4ne miles of Hiwr i i autinop
References oi the attflieit »t*<
anquestlounble vemc.iv fp
i iiat have t*ot*n en u-d. ivjji i*»u SI
UK. B.KIKHAi.TM, i** '
-(nn Pmnotarti ffti, in hm>tt'»i<t**> 3
sUtuiid In* addressed. „,. m ' ~faif
Office hour* from s*
to S I.M.