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SYMPATHY BETWEEN THE PHYSICAL
AND MENIAL CONSTITUTION.
The subjectinu of mental feelings
to corporal influences is a humili
ating doctrine, but It is neverthe
less a sound one. The stomach is a
more faithful barometer of the
changes of human temperature
thau we 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 the "T" store, where
only pure goods are sold; 48 and 50
rcutonia Saloon, 123 Main Sleet.
The celebrated Fkkdkrioks
burgh Lagkr Beer will be, from
this day, on draught and be kspt
all through the Bummer months on
See. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock;
nil delicacies always on hand.
Ponet & Orr
Have removed their Under
taking and Picture-Frame
VVarerooms lo the store formerly
occupied by H. Sotelo, No. 45 Main
street, under the Lafayette
I offer my stock of doors, sashes,
■ tc, at the following reduced pri
ixlO fl 35
»xl 2. 1 5U
>xl 3 1 88
Uxl2 1 65
10x14 1 75
10-16.. 2 25
15 x2B 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x38 3 35
15X40 3 50
Other sizes in proportion.
■I 6x6.6x1 inch $1 60
.4.0x6.6x15, mnuided 1 90
2.8x6.8x11 " 2 12
2.8x6.8x11 " - 25
2.10x6.10x11 " 250
3x7x11 " 2 75
Every other sizo in proportion.
Also great reduction iv paints, oils
and glasß, at No. 28 Los Angeles
street, under tho White House.
The Russian Electric Baths of It.
Hughes aud Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tlie Pico
House. Gentleman aud la
dies will be waited upon by persons
>f their own sex. novlltf
MONEY WELL 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
put a man Into the best possible
humor, M every wife knows; so
buy those nice uroceries they have
at the "T" store, and make your
home happy. No. 48 and 51) Spring
The dry goods aud novelty store
of Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is uiaattractive re
soit to tlie ladies of Los Angeles.
;\lr. Prager has one of the most ex
tensive and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
ami there is absolutely nothing
uecessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be found in his
.-tore. He has been guided in nil
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of the requirements of this section,
- und the latest fashions and novel
ties may be at all times inspected
at No. 5 Commercial street. Give
him a call. uij7
(In ns, rifles and pistols at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
The Ladies' Oyster Booms, lU
juena street, near Main, opposite
iho United States Hotel, are again
opened to tbe ladies and will be
carried on in a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, Willi or
without escorts, may feel at ease
and receive prompt and respectful
\ttention. Oysters in every style,
brlmps, tea, coffee, etc., constantly
v band. Joe Baykk.
Tbe Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
i»ve made arrangements to receive
monthly cargoes of the famous Ph.
Bi-t Brewing Company's export
lager beers. These beers are made
it Milwaukee and bottled by tho
Messrs. Stamm & Meyer. Tbe
irstof the cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of an entire load.
The Messrs Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through Ibis arrangement, are
enabled to oiler special advantages
(o purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at the Centennial Expo
sition, at tbe Wisconsin State Fair,
held at Milwaukee, ami at tlie
Inter-Slate Fair held at Chicago.
Pruning shears and budding
knives at Sutheilaiid's gun store.
75 Main street. Imys
Uo to MeKenzie's, 129 Main
street, Pouet block, for tbe finest
domestic and imported liquors aud
wines, by tbe bottle or oo draught.
Tbe purity of these wines anil li
quors is guaranteed, and McKen
lie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. J3tf
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
lust received a consignment of
booa lager beer, it is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
ai a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot and cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly ou hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main ami Id -
uuena streets, opposite tho U. 8.
Cartridges and ammunition ornll
kluds at Sutherland's guv store, 75
Mainstieet. • liny*
Beauty has so many charms one
knows not how to speak against It;
aud when it happens tbat a grace
ful figure is the habitation of a
virtuous soul, then it is truly a
work ot nature, such as Is rarely
combined. But beauty aud good
ness are found combined, and is
proven at tho "T" store, where
tbey sell the best goods in a most
dsligbtful store. No. 48 aud 00
Herald Steam Printing House.
The laellltlos of the Herald steam
Printing House for doing Jolt work are not
surpassed In California outside of Kan
Francisco and Sacramento. All work en
trusted to us will be executed wll h neat
ness and dispute!) ut Ihe lowest living
• s>■€!«•' mrrieK.
lu-reutter notices of companies, suci -.
Ilea, churches, etc., will only bo inserted
in tbe liKKAT.nas paid advertisements,
We reserve, for Places of Worship, s grai
ls directory, which will appear every
WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE,
U. 8. ARMY.
Division of Telegrams nnd Reports for
the benefltof Commerce, and Agriculture.
Report of observations taken at Los An
geles, Cal., July 27, 1878.
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4:'jUa._. 20.87 63 81 Cnlml 0 Cl'dV
1:50 p.m. LN 8S 80 18 S W I Clear
8:15 p. m. MM 61 8:) WI 5 Clear
Maximum Thermometer, 81.
Minimum 11 61.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Catuolic Catiiki.ral. — Main slrcet,
below First. First Mass at BA. M.; lost
mass, at 10 A. St.; Calechlsm at 230 p. si.;
vt spers at 7 p. M.
Old Catholic Church. — Opposite
the Plaza. First mass at f.:30 a. m.: sec
ond mass at 7 A. M.; last mass ut Ha.ji ;
Catechism ut 3 p. m. ; vespers ut 4 v. si.
St. Atiianaihius Episcopal CHUBOH*
— Corner of Templo ami New Jlt_b
slreels. iter. Wm. H. BUI, Beotor. Ser
vices ut 11 A, M. and 7:45 P.M. Sunday
School nt I2',j, m. Seats tree, nnd all cor
FoitTST. M. E. CIIUHCII. — Rev. George
s.Jiickey, pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m..
an d 7p. K. Snbbuth School at TW p. M
Class meeting Tuesday evening. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening.
Trinity M. E. Church South.—Spring
street, between First and Heeon.l. Rev,
Miiiard Law, Pastor. Preaching every
Sabbath ut 11 a. M. and 7 p. M. Sun
day School 9:30 a.m. Pruycr meeting ilia,
every Wednesday evening.
Baptist Church.—Spring siree', be
tween Fourth und Filth stiee s. Services
at 11 A. and 7 P. M. Sunday School
directly after morning service Sents free,
and 1 1.0 public are cordially invited.
Prayer meetings Thursday evenings,
Presjivtkrian Church.—Rev. T. M.
Cunningham. I>. 1). Services nt Good
templars' Hull, every Sundny nt 11 A. M.
und 7>i p. M. Sunday School Immediately
after morning service.
First Conorkoational ''huhcii. —
New High slrcet. Rev. D. T. Packard,
Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7P. M.
Sunday School at 12VJ. All aro cordially
Unitarian Services — Union Hall,
Spring sttcel. Rev. John D. Wells, Min
ister. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M.
Sunday Schorl nftornoon at 12:15. Souts
free. AH aro cordially invited.
Church ok Christ. —Preaching In the
Court House by tlie Pastor, John C liny,
at 11 a. m and 7p. K. Sunday School ut
10 a. M.
Evangelical LVTBBBAN Church—
Rev, a. (jever, Pastet—Services in Union
Hull every 50...1 ay nt lOi.'lll A. M. and 7:30
p. m. Sunday School at !i;:.U A. m.
Tin- French WorkLigraea'd anti-
Chinese Clubs meets to-day.
The •teamer Orizaba sails forß n
Francisco this morning,
A German girl to do general
housework is advertised for in our
A competent o >ok and laundress
atlvertigei for a Situation In our
New To- D iy.
An adjourned meeting of Council
will be held at 1! o'clock to tnoirow
At Santa Monica on Friday, 7!)
bathers were disporting iheinselvts
in tlie surf at I lie same time.
An excursion from Anaheim will
visit Santa UnnlCA Sunday, August
1 lib. Pare for the iouud trip, $2.50.
Tlie Cathedral choir will sing
Southatd's UIH in 0 niul a trio
from Buliasario at High Mass to
Mrs. J. H, O.istott, one of tbe
city school teaohers, leaves today
ou a month's ptaeo to San Frail'
Special Agent Adams, of the
Post office Department, pMMd
through Ihe) city yesterday, en
route to Yuma.
A man charged with haltery and
a peddler for selling wilhout li
cense, each paid $10 tine in Judge
Peel's Court yesterday.
Mr. 0, 11. Dauo is to he trans
ferred from the mail route between
here nnd San Francisco to that be
tween San Francisco und C'alistoga.
One of Ihe Western Union Tele
graph messengers has lost his badge.
The finder will confer v favor by
returning it to the office of tlieconi
V Union: Tbe uame of Mr. L.
K. I'ugo is mentioned us the Work'
iiiguien's candidate for Mayor nt
the approaching municipal elect
An excursion to San Francisco,
during the Mechanic*' Fair, we
understand, is an assured fact. It
will start from here about tlu 15th
Proposals will bo received by
Council at its moetiug ou August
Ist, for building a pile dam in the
Los Angeles river just above the
E, T. Tarbox, proprietor of the
Los Angeles distillery, has filed a
petition in bankruptcy in the
United fcjtutes District Court. Li
abilities, $81,018.02; assets, $71,
Yesterday's number of V Union
completed the second year of its
exintetioe. The pries of tlie paper
hereafter will he 51) cents per
month or $5 p»r year.
Sau Bernardino Times: The ex
curaion tickets, Mr. Blow Informs
ua, are goiu!» oIT like hot cakes,
anil Ihe chances are that everybody
In the county is going.-
Major Bay E. Eaton, special
ageut of thePostofn.ee Department,
in charge of all mail contracts on
the Pacific Coast, except steamer
aud railroad routes, arrived in Los
Angeles yesterday and leaves for
An invigorating earthquake
struck our town tbll morning at
8:23, making its debut at tlie south
east oorner. For a short time real
estate was ou the move anil lively
times wero in prospect. Every
body in town was doing a rushing
business in getting Into open
ground, with tho expectation of
seeing the buildings come rattling
down about them, aud tlie streets
were more full of people than we
have seen them for six montlis
past. It was the severest shock
that has been experienced here for
some lime. Timbers in the build
ings creaked and groaned, dishes
on the shelves were shaken oil, anil
a general chiller was to be heard in
the town. The plastering of seve
ral buildiugs was cracked, but be
yond this no serious damage whs
done, although everybody was well
Our friend Or. Luppo is greatly
agitated over the fact that the do
ings of the Cruelty to Animals So
ciety are not given their proper
prominence by the local reporters
of the oily papers. If a man gets
drunk or makes au assault, a full
account, he fays, is given, but if he
or any other member of the S. P.
C. A. arrests an inhuman monster
for cruelty to a poor dumb animal,
no report is made. The Doctor's
principal regret nt Ihe early demise
of thei r o/ce of the People is that lie
is thin depilved of h medium
through which to give tlie local re
porters of the city an example of
how a live reporter should conduct
the columns of a city daily.
Another false alarm of Hre last
night, this time caused by burning
brush on the Sisters' place ou Ala
meda street. As very few people
seem to lie aware of the existence
of the ordinance prohibiting bon
fires after nightfall, would it not
be well for Council to give public
notice that such a law has been
passed and for violations thereafter,
enforce the utmost penally pro
vided by tlie law? Such a course,
we think, would be but fair on tlie
part of tlie city authorities, as it
seems very hard to fine people who,
in burning their refuse in the
evening, are following an imme
We take pleasure iv directing tbe
attention of our readers to the mu
s'c store of the Messrs. Wangeman
Bros., in Ihe Mott building, Spring
street. These gentlemen have one
of the most complete establish
ments to be found on the Coast out
side of San Francisco. They are
agents for the celebrated Steinway
pianos, the Mason & Hamlin or
gans and for other well known
manufacturers. Their assortment
of sheet music comprises all that is
new, besides a full selectiou of the
works of standard authors. Our
citizens will find it to their advan
tage to trade with this house us
their prices are ns reasonable uscan
be found elsewhere.
Deputy United States Surveyor
Wm. P, Reynolds, started out yes
terday lo make :i survey of El
Potrero do la Midou Vieja
de Sau Gabriel prior to tlie issuance
of a patent to tho e.aimauts. The
ranch lies mar tho Old Mission,
and com oris el some of tho line.it
land in Southern California. For
years It whs supposed that the own
ers of adjoining land had secured a
patent to tlie ranch, hut of late It
lias been ascertained that none lias
ever been issued, and tho proper
owners are now moving with celer
ity to secure their properly.
Mr. W. 8. Jamison, who lives
near Downey, siys the Courier, is
DOW engaged in working a ledge of
silver anil gold beating quartz in
the San Grubriel saltan, fiat assays
within a fraction of $oOD par ton.
Five lons of ore will be shipped to
•San Francisco in about two weeks.
Mr. Jamison says thu oaflon is full
of ledges, twelve being known to
bim. Thui we have bonanzas nt
our vey doors.
Last night a toiled dove named
Jcsle Wilkin?, who lives at the
Welcome laloon on Los Angeles
street, was arrested ou the charge
of having stolen three tweuty dol
lar gold pieces and some silver
from a man Ihe night before. She
will be examined before Judge
Peel on Monday.
Au eclipse of the sun will take
p'.ace to-morrow. In some parts of
the United States tlio obscuration
will lie total, but at Los Angeles it
will be only partial, nnd will oc
cur at 3:30 V. M. Those who wish
to Bee it have had ample warning
to prepare their smoked glass.
A glass ball match will be shot
to-day at balf*paat one o'clock, be
tween Clint Morhouse and James
Melius, nt the race track, for $100,
etch to shoot at 25 glass balls.
After tlie match there will be pool
shooting. No admission will be
charged to the grounds.
In looking over tho register at
the United States Hotol yesterday,
we were nttrnctid by the following
entry: "Arrived, at 7:30 A. M., Miss
Danker." We congratulate the
young lady on her safe arrival and
wish her a long and pleasant so
Edward Qillett, charged with
burglary for stealing some clofhii g
from a house at the comer of First
and Main streets, was examined
before Judge Peel yesterday and
held in $500 bail, to appear before
the Grand Jury.
Three saloons, within a stone's
throw of the Court House, aro fa
miliarly known by their patron* us
the " Gin Trough," " The 11010 111
Wall " and the " Dive."
Mr. G. H. Bixhy and Mrs. J.
Bixhy and family, of Los Angeles,
were registered at the Grand Ho
tel, ban Fiancisco, ou Friday.
George (who bad just engaged
himself to the girl of his henrt;
breaks tlie happy news to his friend
Jack (who has been married some
t;me). Jack —"Ah, well, my dear
fellow marriago Is the host iv the
long run, anil I can assure you that
after a year or two a man gels used
to it, and feels just as jolly as if
he'd never been married at all."
A Bid leford. Me., man, who was
going camping out,dropped a mem
orandum on the pavement which a
passer-by picked up. Hero is n
copy: "Silaratus, haidtack, keg
of lager, Golden Rule, gin, rum,
Evening Times, tobacco, matches,
and a little hatchet."
Editor Herald: Amongst the
locals in your Issueof this morniug
there is a reference to the contest
in regard lo conflicting boundary
lines of mining claims, between
Messrs Thistlewalte & Harvey and
others. Tho latter are referred to
as Scalper, Webster's definition of
which is an instrument for ccrap
ing foul and oariou bones. Peril ips
this Is a. proper designation of Ihe
gentlemen who have been confid
ing their sorrows to you. Much
might, on (he oilier side, ho said of
a floating claim changing with
each development of ore in neigh
boring claims, lo gobble up Hie
same even by forcible entries. But
as Messrs. Tlustlewtiite „ Harvey
have been defeated in one suit, aud
two others are pending it would be
well to leave their righls to the ad
judication of the Courts.
Los Angeles, July 271h.
Prub-ls Court BY—MUMS J.
Saturday, July 27.
E-u te of Busau Ualnes—Petition
for letters of George Haines grunt
ed; bond $500.
Estate of Bon —Hearing of ac
count set for Wednesday, July 31st,
1878, by consent.
Hydrophobia in England and Wales.
Some interesting figures as (o
the number of deathi fron hydro
phobia I v Kngiund ami Wales dur
ing tho eleven years ending In 18.'0
are given in a parliamentary re
turn recently submitted by the
Registrar-General, Tlie total num
ber was 387, or 35.2 a year, the re
turns showing an increase iv tlie
latter part ot the period, the aver
age for the Qrat years being 26 4
per annum, and lor the l ist five
46.6, while iv 1876 the deaths were
53, as against 47 In 1875 This in
crease may possibly be laid to the
account of increased accuracy in
obtaining siutistio. Another curi
ous point (Which may possibly be
considered as strengthening such
an assumption) is the fact that the
deaths are almost all reported from
certain districts. Of the total
number of deaths (357) no less than
118 occurred In Lancashire, 72 lv
the West Hiding of Yorkshire, 41 iv
London nnd 26 in Durham, the
disease appearing to bo unknown,
or almost unknown, lv the south
west, the east, the South Midland
ami Wale l . Students of the sub
ject, however, do not seem to have
given sucli attention as they
should to the corpus of statistics to
be found ut the dog-pounds of cities
like New York, where the attend
ants are as well bitten as any king
in Christendom, to use the neat
The Boston I'oat paragraphs
thut: Viclor litino reasserts that
Voltaire was a Democrat, and al
ways voted the straight ticket.
Hayes's burber is on the pay-rolls
as a Sl lOD "clerk." That's tlie way
the country gets shaved. Grant
will not be a candidate in 1880. So
says Senator Dawes; but Dawes
Dawes know anything about it?
The Now York Herald thinks
it i 9 very coy for » man to be v
Republican in the morning and a
State Prison bird at night.
Speaking of Hayes, the Now York
Times remarks [bat "a weak Presi
dent is one of tho worst of Presi
dents." No matter, says the Times,
if Hayes does "mean well." As
worked by Hayes, civil service re
form is very much like a man's
speaking to the public on honesty
while his open band is extended
bebinil him, Nobody appears to
bo fooled with it. Doubling's
self-slulf iflcation appears to be tlie
bssis of Hayes's appointments to
offloe in New York. He only does
what he thinks Conkllug c uinot
consistently oppose. It is a ttreat
principle, that of civil servloe re
Tlie Philadelphia Chronicle pub
lishes these paragraph*) Garfield la
haying. Mrs, Jeuks wore gauzy
white tho lust time she was on the
stand. If, as it is claimed,
speeuh la silver, it is easy to tell
where Bell. Butler got all his gift
of glib. It is safe to say
that Ananias would never have
made the reputation he did if he
had lived In Louisiana. If
Noyes lingers mueli longer ho may
forget 1 is French, and what will
MaeMalion do then? poor thing!
Life-sized portraits of Anler
son and tlie Jen ks have been order
ed by the Sazoruc Lying Ulgb of
Austin, .Nevada. Kate So it
em, tho Georgia mordcreee, be* I
taken to letter-writing. She shone,
remember Stanley Matthews' fate.
Mrs, Grant weight six pounds
more than the General, and this
conclusively proves that strictly
temperance people accumulate the
most fat. The Postmaster Gen
eral has been off on a fishing ex
cursion, it is just such self-sacri
ficing iiatriutism as this that helps
to save tho country. Mr. Hayes
is said to hi au excellent hand at
SOOthlug a cross baby. If wo ever
said this man wftl of no use in the
world we hereby take it back.
A Remarkable Woman.
Miss ISinma Bartletf, one of the
most remarkable of American
women, has Just died iv New York.
Twenty-five years ago she came to
America v penniless Kuglisli girl,
and she has siuce, by her own un
aided exertions, amassed a large
fortune. Over twenty years ago
she set up for herself in the trade of
harness making and saddlery,
stinting with just enough money
to buy leather for a few halters.
She worked in a little loft on Pearl
street, and sold her manufactures
around the city. Her commercial
abilities were marked, und it was
not lorg before she employed soy
eral journey men, and she soon ex
tended ber trade beyond the city.
She finally traveled with samples
of ber wares, and in the course of
time visited almost every ntate iv
the Union, and gradually built up
a large trade. Six years after she
started, her business hud outgrown
tbe loft anil filled a large building
on Pearl street. She invented
some machinery for harness mak
ing, was the first to use thesewini;
machine for sewing leather, and
bought up all tlie patents on hoise
bonnels, thereby securing v mo
nopoly. She was very diminutive
in stature, but was very masculine,
full of energy and business talent,
and could drive ashurp bargain
with tlie sharpest. She has never
had nor desired a business partuor.
For years she has occupied the
whole ol a five-story warehouse on
Warren street, and has employed
a hundred workmen. Her rent for
the past seven years has been $10,
--000 n year. She leaves her large
properly to relatives.
Aaron Burr's Last Days.
An old doctor who saw Aaron
Burr in his last days has beeu talk
ing about him recently, and says:
He was the wreck only of the glo
rious man he had been, but the tire
of genius blazed in linn still. He
had v grand head—a splendid head
—with tho most brilliant eyes I
ever saw, but below the head he
was little more than a helpless
skeleton. I can't say what was the
mntter with him, any more than
general debility, but what was the
cuuse of that debility I cannot say,
as I was not his attendant physi
cian and never thoroughly diag
nosed his case. Dr. Harrison at
tended him regularly, but I never
asked him any questions, aud I
never gave Mr. Burrany medicines
except two or three times, when I
was called in consultation, and
prescribed anodynes to relieve the
great pain in which he seemed lo
bo all the time. I never saw him
stand up. Always In his room he
Wat lying upon his bed or couch,
aud when iv a carriage he was sup
ported by pillows in a semi-recum
bent positiou. He had a very
strong Irish woman In attendance
upon him, and when it was neces
sary to move him, even to carry
him down to the carriage, she
would pick him up in her arms and
take liim along. He could not have
been a very heavy load to carry,
for be was fearfully emaciated, re
duced, seemingly, to little or noth
ing but skin and bones. All power
of moving his lower extremities
■eemed to have been lost. " Was
he religious?" Well, judging from
the profanity lie would pour out at
that woman when her handling
hurt him, I should say not, decid
At Parker's, the other day, a
cheerful-looking chap took a seat
at on* of the tables, and calling a
waiter, said: "What have you got
that's cool aud crisp aud nice—
something seasonable?" "Pretty
much everything," answered (he
waiter, ban ling him a hill of fare.
"Well," said the would-be diner,
rubbing his hands gleefully, "bring
me some salt pork and scraps."
We may live without poetry, music and
We may live without conscience, ami
live without heart;
We may llvo without meads, wo may
live without books.
But civilized man c.iuuot llvo without
lie may llvo without books; what is
knowledge hut grieving?
lie may live without hope; what Is hope
Us may live Without love; what is pas
sion hut pining?
But where in the man that can live with
m\.n PRANOIiCn STOCK ANIi KX
OIIANQU HO A ltl>.
Sas Fhanoihco, July 27
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Ca'oiliinla 1 Si I Court lenco (If
Buc or 1 oo |
Surest Tranquilizer of the Nerves.
Tlie surest tranquilizer of the nerves Is
a modiolus which remedies their super
sensitivenesi by Invixorailnx them, over
tension of thu nerves always weaken
them. Wh»t tbey nee.l then, is a lonic,
not a sedative, fhe latter Is only use
ful when there Is intense mental excite
ment aud in immediate necussly i-xist-i
for producing quietude ol' the brain.
Hostetter'a ntomaeh Bitters restores
tranquility of the nerves by endowing
iheiu Willi the vigor requisite to bear,
without being Jarred or disturbed mi
heaithfutiy, thu ordinary Impressions
produced through tlie media of sight,
hearing and reflection, Nay, It does
inoro llian lhls,—lt enables themio sus
tain v itegrt'e ot tension from mental ap
plication whicli they would bo totatly
iimible to endure without its assistance.
Such, at least, is tlie irreslst I hie conclus
ion to be drawn irom the testimony of
busiucssau l professional men, littera
teurs, olerxymen, and others who have
tested the fortilylngr ami reparative In
lluences of ibis celebrated tonic und ner
And iv order to dine well you
must buy your groceries and wines
at tlie T store, where you cm get
better goods at lower prices Ihau
any store in tlie city. Remember
the number—4B andSOSpnng St.
Ladies' scissors and pen knives ut
.itherlund's gun store, 75 Main
IS PERFECT HAPPINESS IN OUR PRES
ENT STATE POSSIBLE?
Our nature is inseparable from
desires, and the very word desire
(the craving tor something not pos
sessed) implies that our present
felicity is not complete, but happi
ness can be attained by buying tbe
very choice groceries sold so cheap
at the "T" store, 48 aud 50 Spriug
Mr. H< Bohlndler, on tlie first of
August, proximo, will remove his
large stock of boots aud shoes to
No. 3b' Main street. Central Hotel
building, where lie will continue
his closing out sale preparatory to
starting with au entirely new stock
in his new store, to be built on the
site of hit present place of business.
Persona desiring first-ciuss work in
his line ut bed-rock prices would do
well to give him a call.
PERSONS NOT LIKELY TO SERVE YOU.
There are five 9orts of persons at
whose bands you may uot expect
kindness. The sordid and narrow
minded think of nobody but them
selves; the busy have not time lo
think of you; the overgrown rich
man is utove minding any one
who needs his assistance; the poor
and unhappy have neither tlie
spirit nor the ability to servo you;
but if you want to lie well served,
with politeness and attention, go to
the T store for your groceries,,
wines, liquors and provisions, 4t>
and 50 Spring street.
THE U3k.S OF KNOWLLDQE.
Knowledge not only confers a
benefit on those that possess it, but
upon all with whom they come in
contact. The owners of the "T"
store, having a thorough knowl
edge of their business, all who deal
with them reap the benefit of their
experience No. 43 and GO Spring
Prejudice may be considered as a
contiutial false medium of viewing
things. Many persons are preju
diced agaiust changes, but if they
once try the T store they will And
that the change will be to their
advantage. There may be found
all tho delicacies of the season.
Kverybody knows the pluce. It is
48 and 50, Spring street.
City Bill Poster.
M. Kngel, bill poster and distrib
uter. All kinds of advertising
done at reasonable rales. Controls
all tho best aud most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Ollice, No. 3
Market street. ap26tf
Powder, shot and caps at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1
HOW TO GIVE ADVICE.
The most difficult province of
friendship is giving advice. It
should, it possible, be so contrived
that our friend may perceive our
advice is given hini, not so much
to please ourselves as to his own
advantage. Therefore we find no
difficulty iv advising our friends to
go lo the T store to buy their gro
ceries and wines as we nre sure it
will be to Iheir advantage. 48 and
50 Spring street.
GonuiHo Marriau's Kurton Pale
Ale ou draught at McKenzie's.
Frank Toul informs the citizens
of Lot Angeles generally that he is
now shoeing horses at $1 50 per set.
His shop is at No. 97 Spring street,
opposite tho M. E. Church South.
All work warranted. mylOtf
DBNKKK- In this city, July 27th, lo the
wife of A. 11. Denser, of the U. s Hotel,
If any Dealer Informs
yon that ii** has far sale a dentifrice
Identical wuli or containing Ingredients
equalling or mperlor in efficacy to tbose
or sozoDONr, discredit the statement
and inilitupon having that alone. By
doing so, you will secure a dentifrice par
excellence the be*t In the market, con
taining botanic elements of rare preserv
ative Influence upon the teeth and one
which win endow them with moet be
coming whiteness. A not her desirable
feature of this stapla toilet n r tela is that
ii iin parts IragTftnca to thu breath. Hold
Must, Will and Shall
Give the Greatest Bar
gains Ever Known in Dry
Goods, Clothing, Gents'
Furnishing Goods, Hats.
Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
for tho Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
it to your greatest advan
H. MEYk£RST£ IN,
49 Main St., Under the
Lafayetto Hotel. j27:lm
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased lha slock nqd llx
tares uf the welt known Jewelry store of
Mr. T. w. Btsokpule, sliding thereto a
large and entirely new assortment of
Boods, we ere are prepared to show the
citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity one
of the finest and best selected stocks tn
be found 111 the Stale, which will he sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall c instantly he In receipt of nil
the latest novelties in watches, ohsias,
Jewelry, etc., to which Ihe intention ot
the public is especially invited.
in spectacles we have ti large aud va
ried assortment, end are tin' exclusive
Hgents in Southern California of ihe oel
euratsd Laserrji tV Morris perfected spec
tacles, which we claim are thu ll i in
Mr. Slockpolo will remain in our em
ploy, having exclusive control of Ihe
woi k department, ami, us heretofore, es
peoial attention will be given to the re
pairing of tine walches and Jewelry.
Wosii ill be happy lo see all our old
frleudu and the public at largo.
jyttf 8H Spring street.
mA FASHION Sfi£
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YGUftC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcadia .St.
Horses nnd Carriage*., Single or lioublc,
and Saddle Hornet* kepi, constantly OH
hand for the accommodation of the nub
ile. Horses Boarded by the day, woek or
month at reasonable rates, Conveyances
furnished for privale or public occasions
at the shortest notice and upon as reas
onable terms as at any
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
JaMir WILSON A YOUNG, l*rop*s.
J. F. REDDING
Will devote l»ih attention tn tbe
Wells, Cesspools, Vaults, etc.
MB-Also, WHITEWASHING. UOUf»E
CLKANINU uu.t GENERAL JoBBiNO
Orders nay tie leit at this offlee or with
Jesse Butler, Main street.
■ATKF ACTION GUARANTIED.
l\ (JASENAVE. J. HOI4UE.
LOS ANGELES STEAM
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
From this date you will find In our fac
tory the best ground ami roasted Coifee
nnd Hpicen, put. up in paper or in cans,
in the best and most stylish manner.
Messrs. I. Casenave m Co. have fitted
up their factory, so as to permit them
to sell tbeee articles at, Han Francisco
prices. They respect full v solicit your
patronage. P.UABKNAVK A CO.
Private Boarding House.
No. 21, cor. Third end 11111 sts.
»ar-r,OARI> BY THE PAY, WEEK OR
month. Terra. Reasonable. oUtf
I am now prepared to do nil 1. nut-, of
Boiler Work and Ropairing
BOIUEM promptly nttendi'd lo anil
satisructiou guaianteed. A. DOR.V,
JeU-lm I. O. Box. No. 256.
C. I>. HOYT,
Veterinary Siirtf can,
AT EEKOUSON * HOKE'S STABLE,
MOn Street, Los Angeles. Je.'-Jm
By a competent woman, a situation to
do housework. No oblectlons to the
country. Enquire at No. 63, corner ot
Charity and sixth streets. jyJi-lw
Rein? unable to find truHty, reliable
help, J will bell au fntereHt In my i'OUL
TUY BUSINESS to a live man. Only
those mean lug business need apply lo
impoiter and Breeder of Thoroughbred
Poultry, Los Angeles. Je2tt-lin
FOR SALE—FPU RENT ~
Two Nicely Furnished
Rooms to Let
To single gentlemen, with use or boUhs
of hot or cold water and gas. Enquire at
No. 1117 Main slreer, between Second und
Third streets, opposite Culhedral, JJ7-lw
A SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY,
In good location. Enquire ou premises,
No. Uti Malu street. United Mates Hotel.
Jyl-lm JOHN HONAU, Prop'r.
One or more rootns,wUh board, hoi and
cold water batU.etc. Persons visiting
Los Angeles will llnd tills one of the
plensttiitent locutions in town. Address
P. o. Box U<)7. mh2tftf
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen lurniture und water, at No. 132
Huenu Vista street, Los Angeles. Kent,
per month, payable lv advance. Ad
dress G. W. W., Herald ofllce- iurs-tf
By the Luke Vineyard Land and Wafer
Associal ion, the best Orange and semi*
Tropicul Fruit Laud in the tttate. Water
ri«ht goes with the land. Apply to ihe
olnca or I*. Beaudry, No. 81 New High St.
«pl«t! F. W. WOOD, Secretary.
SI to #1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER
Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals SI to $1000,
ou all kinds of personal property, such
as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gobi, silver and U. S. Curren
cy bought aud sold. n!UI
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which were heretofore reserved by (ilas
sell A Chapman, are now otlCred for sale
or real. MrjtAlbßOAD DEPof VIiKY
Apply IoC.UT.OLASSELL.In Temple
Block, Los Angeles, or M. F. PAUKh.K.
The undersigned beg* leave to an-
BOUOOa himself as a candidate for Ser
geans-aSArms of the C >nil liul lonal Con
vention. A- H. MILLEH.
Los Angeles, July |8, 1878. J2l-t s2B
A. McKE NZIE,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Cathcrwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
From Uictrafanti, DICKftON, DcWolf
dk Co., -Sim fr'rnueiseo; »\xo,
Old Bourbon and Rye
IMreet from Louisville, Ky.,hv ihe B-ttlt*
or Uallon, at LOW PKICKB.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whisk y.
English Ales and Porter.
]h provider! with the purest
WINKS, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
•rKNamii ai.e on DRAUGHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Au^elta.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT -
Perry, Woodworth A Co.'s
tin. 1« Commercial ftlr*«t, ore
it.oiroxi ,:<-:••>>. mrfln-tf-
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and Fir*l Strcclt.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLTNDB,
I'nsTS, HHINGLES, LATHS,
SHARKS, PLASTER OK
PA HIS, CEMENT AND
~J. M. GRIFFITH &TcoT
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTIES OK PARIS, ETC. ETC
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor to Chris. Uenne) proprietor.
Tho CLE VIIE3T. PUREST and MOfT
BRILLIANT LAQKIt BEER South of
Onttf* for DRAUGHT or TOTTLED
B'-cK promptly attended to.
The celebrated Beer from this Browery
defies com petition In the State. mrit-tf
ON ALTSO STREET.
P. M AIILSTII )T PRO PRI ETOIi.
Sold by the barrel, keg and boMle, and
delivered to any par, uf llicnl v.
Grocery Store for Sale.
tv>lns ii good bun ii --. Mitls.a'Hory
reasons Riven for selling. Knrjuire at tbe
Herald ofllce. my2slf
IN PKH'KS or rtllST CI.Ail
AT T.IK —
Cor. Commercial & Main St?.
S CJ H O O L
THE SiSTERS OF CHARITY,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Parents ami guardians desirous of pio
curing lor rheir daugute s and wards tbe
advantages of a good education and a
home In a healihy climate and pleasant
loculity, will (Ind both in this educaflou
nl institution of tho .sisters oi Wt. Vic
cent of Paul*
Board and Tuition, English, French,
tspaiiisti,lionnan, ornamental Nee
dle Work, 'tapestry, EmbrolJery,
etc, per session of ten month? #300
Drawing; and Paintinj, per month S3. 830
Pia no and Melodeon, with use of in
strument, gti £0 per month 65
Guitar, per month 88 « 80
Vac at lon, if pupils remain in school,
per month ...... 20
The Sisters have opened A SELECT
DAY SCHOOL for young ladles.
First Cla?s, the languages, etc $4
Second Division 3
ThLd Division 3
Extra branches, charges as ludlcated
Hie Scholastic Half Session of five
months will comiuenca the Ist of
August and the Ist of January, and ter
minate about the Ist of June.
Bills, without exception, must be paid
in advance, and no deduction will be
made fur partial absence or withdrawal
from the Institution, unless iv cases of
protracted Hlucss. Doctors' lees and
medicines are extra charges.
For further particulars address
an. SOHOLA3TICA LOUS DON.
BAPTIST CHURCH, SPRINGS*
THE FOURTH TERM of this liiHtltute
will open JULY iWih and coutlnue In
sesNion until December 20th.
The objects ol the Institution are:
First—To give to any person who de
sires to prepare lor teaching special In
struction in any branch or division of
branch of State course where applicant
for certificate may leel deficient.
Second—To instruct tescheis in the lat
est methods of imparting knowledge.
Those Intending to become teachers
can perfect themselvos more rapidly, at
less expense and nine thoroughly, than
at. nny other Nosmul Institute in the
The second department W designed to
practically Illustrate Noiiunl methods,
giving students Ihe most natural and
tho rough in st rn'_-1 ion, lifting them for
tii© regular Normal course, (state Unfver
sity, military and other colleges. Stu
dents received at any time.
The Institute affords accommodations
for those at a distance who desire to
board or self-board.
N. B.— Trustees and others desiring
competent teachers will do well to make
inquiries at this Institute.
I or lerms, etc., address
MhS. REUINA MAST DIXON,
jy24-5m P. O. Box :m, Los Augeles, Cal.
A. CJ X> EJ 31 Y.
Tills Institution, located in tbe
CITY OF LOS ANGELES,
ou TOUT STREET, between Third
Fourth, will begin IU Till HI) V KAK
AUUUSi' 61b, 1878.
The following courses of study will be
taught on the most reasouable terms:
ac a DEM io cnur.sr;
NO KM AI, COUKMI ;
OR A MM Al< SI I 100 i. I* IT RSI";
BO.MID OF INSTRUCTION:
O. R FRAMBES, A. M _. Principal
s. K. KKA.MUEN Preceptress
it. W. La FETF.A, Prlncipul Com'l Dep't
WALTER LINDI.EY, M. D., Teacher of
Anatomy, Physiology nnd Hygiene
LOUIS ADAMS Teacher of French
n. it BOLLINUfc X...Teacher ot German
oil AS. l. DAY...Teacher of Vocal Music
Mrs. C. E. DAY,Teacher ot lnstr'l Mus>c
To the patronizing public I wish to say
ihrrt no pains have been spared to secure
faithful and competent teachers for the
several departments of tbe Academy.
Mr. U. W. La r-ttru, first a graduate, then
an assistant teacher lv tbe Budness Col
lege of Washington, D. c., will take
charge of the Coinmeroial Department.
Tlio other teachers are 100 well known to
need any note of commendtttlou to this
coniniuniiy. A li w bunding lias been
elected expressly for the Commercial
SWAinplo accommodations have been
provided for boarding siudenls from v
For further particulars address l lie
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co.,
[Successors <o L t'l-field, Webb it Co. i
316 an I 318 \V«»lilii S l.. n Street,
8i licit coiihUaii limits of all k'nd- of
eountiypr -. Make prompt i-Mnr,t«,
Aclvanee liberally o.i approved shie
■WCORItEsIMVD.O.V. I: SOLI ITilll.
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