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SYMPATHY BETWEEN THE PHYSICAL
AND MESIAL CONSTITUTION.
Tbe subjection of mental feelings
to oorporal influences is a humili
ating doctrine, but it Is neverthe
less a sound one. The stomach is a
more faithful barometer of tlie
changes of human temperature
than 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, whore
only pure goods are sold; 48 and 50
rcutonia Saloon, 123 Main Street.
The celebrated Fredericks-
BURQiI Laino it Beeu will be, from
this day, ou draught aud be kept
all through the Summer months nn
ice. Hot lunch from 11 to 2o'clock;
nil delicacies always on hand.
Ponei & Orr
Have removed their Under
taki nll aud Picture-Frame
Warerooma to the store formerly
occupied by R. Sotelo, No. 45 Main
street, under the Lafayette
Hotel. my 2m I
1 ofler my stock of doors, sashes,
ie, at the following reduced pri
SxlO $1 35
9x12 1 60
9x13 1 65
Uxl2 1 65
10x14 1 75
10x16 2 25
15x28 2 75
15x32 3 00
15x36 8 35
15x40 3 60
Other sizes in proportion,
2.6x6.6x1 inch $1 GO
*.0x6.6x1», rueulded 1 90
2.8x8.8x1* " 2 12
2.8x6.8x1$ " 225
2.10x6.10x1} " 250
sx7xlJ " 2 75
Every other size iv proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 I.os Augeles
street, under the White House.
B. ItA en \ i:i .
1 ui'sept 27
The Russian Electric Baths of R.
HughesandWife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite tlie Pico
House. Gentleman and la
dies will be waited upon liy persons
if their own sex. novlltf
MONEY WELL SPENT.
No money Is better spent than
lhat which is laid out for domestic
satisfaction. A good meal, accom
panied by v good glass of wive, will
put a mail into the bunt possible
humor, as every wife knuws; so
buy those nice groceries they huvo
at the "T" store, and make your
home happy. No. 43 and 50 Spring
The dry goods aud novelty store
of Charles Pragrr, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
am tto the ladies of I.os Angeles.
Mr. Prager has one of the most ex
teusive and recherehfi stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
and there is absolutely nothing
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be fouud in bis
store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
of tbe requirements of this section,
and the latest fashions and novel
ties may be at all times inspected
at No. 5 Commercial street. Give
him a cull, my"
Powder, shot mid caps al Suther
land's gun store, 75 Muiu street. 1
The Ladies' Oyster Booms, Re
queue street, near Main, opposite
the United States Hotel, are again
opened to the ladies and will he
carried oo iv a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may feel at ease
aud receive prompt and respectful
itlenliou, Oysters in every style,
brimps, tea, codec, etc., constantly
v band. Joe Bavek.
Tbe Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.
save made arrangements to receive
mouth ly cargoes of the famous Ph.
hist Brewing Company's export
lagfl beers. These beers are made
at Milwaukee and bottled by the
Messrs. Stamm & Meyer. The
Irst of tbe cargoes arrived yester
day, consisting of an entire load.
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to oiler special advantages
to purchasers. The first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best .Ex
port beer at the Centennial Expo
sillon, at the Wisconsin Slate Fair,
held-at Milwaukee, aud at the
luter- State Fair held at Chicago.
Ladies' scissors aud pen knives at
Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main
street. liny 6
Uo lo McKenxie's, 129 Main
street, Poiiet block, for tbe finest
Joiueslic aud imported liquors aud
wines, by the bottle or on draught.
Tbe purity of these wines nnd li
quors is guaranteed, and McKen
ile's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit. J3tf
Jou Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
tuat received a consignment of
ooi 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 on hand. Give
him a call. Coruer Main and Re
quena streets, opposite the U. 8.
Cartridges and ammunition ofall
kinds at Sutherland's gun store, 75
Malu street. Iniys
Beauty has so many charms one
knows not how to speak agaiust it;
and when It happens that a grace
ful figure ia Hie 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 ia
proven at the "T" store, where
tbey sell the best goods iv a most
delightful store. No. 48 and 50
THURSDAY JULY 1,1878.
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WAR DEPARTMENT, BIQNAL SERVICE,
U. S. ARMY.
Division of Tt legrnms and Reports for
tho benefit oi t'omrnerce and Agriculture.
Report of oh>et v.iilons taken at I.os An
geles, Cut., July 81, 1878.
£ ,• ~o
Si- >> a
§ hI 1 23 1 i
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4:sua. ii. 29.81 611181 Calm | 0 Clear
1:50 P.M. 2585 11 U HW 6 Clear
8:15 p.m. MM 85 178 WI 4 Clear
Maximum Thermometer, 81.
Minimum " tf.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
The steamer Senator is due from
San Francisco this morning.
This being the regular day.Coun
will probably hold a session at 3
The Santa Barbara Press pre
sents a haudsome appearance in its
Mr. Julius Lyons, Dial riot Court
reporter, isexpected luck from San
Mr. James H. Northcraft lias re
lumed from Arlaena. He thinks
be has hud enough of lhat c uiutry
iv bts'U forllie present.
The Horticultural Society hu\e
established a reading room, where
papers from all parts of the coun
try run he seen, at their new offloe,
No. 5, Odd yellow*' block.
Sid .Martin tsl.es v t eucfit ut tlie
Opt ra House to-night. A rou-ing
bill, iv which some of our well
known amuteurs will lake purl,
will be presented. He deserves a
We bave received from tlie pub
lishers, Oliver Ditsou & Co., 451
Washington street, Boston, "Come
o'er Ihe Mountains ltoatuing," a
glee for six voices, composed by 11.
v. Hinckley, Price, 30 els.
We are under obligations fir
tickets In the picnic for the benefit
of thu Anaheim Kiro Company,
which tukes place at 11 vol] Usr
deus, iv Unit, city, on Sunday,
Tbe August term of tiiu District
Court will ootumeucQ next Mon lay,
The calendar of casus ready for
trial will then lie called at 10 A. It.,
sharp. Motions and demurrers
pending will be disposed of ut the
same time. Attorneys and clients
will take notice of this.
Mr. W. A. Spalding, local of the
Express, left yesterday on a HshlHg
und bunting trip tn the Ball Gi
briel oifini. Col. Ayeri says: No
liquid stoles weie observed In the
wug.ui*, unless tlie reporter smug
gled aeoia iv ou? of his fishing
Mrs. Ollie Hull", the parliculais
of whose death by suicide were
given iv yesterday's Heuald, was
buried ycat erday, No answer, we
believe, bad beeu leoelved to the
lelcgrunis sent to bar husband and
Ihe funeral expenses Were borne
by her friends here.
A hoy named touts Marcel, while
jumping I row his father's bread
wagon, at Mission Sau Gabriel, on
Tuesday, full and broke his leg.
He wus brought to the French
Hospital Tuesday night, and tiie
broken limb was set by Dr. L. li.
Harris, who escaped from the
chain gang some months ago, and
who wus charged with being con
cerned in the robbery of a Herman
who was v fellow-prisoner, was re
captured yesterday and taken be
fore the Oily Judge,whodischarged
him on the payment of $10 fine.
Tbe cniverls along the lino nf
the Southern Pacific Railroad have
just beeu re-numbered. Whether
the re-numberiug of the culverts
will increase their capacity to
curry oil'the water spouts that oc
casionally favor ilia country
through which the roud runs, our
informant did nut state.
We were favored with a oaU
from Mr. JobnWaugaman.of Havi
lah, Kern county, yesterday. Mr.
Waugaman is tlie inventor of the
"Gold Oravitator" for either diy
or wet washing. He claims that
two men witli the Uravitator can
wash from 10 to 15 tous of gravel
The Academy nlno played tbe
last game of tlie series forthe Liude
championship prize, with the
Alerts, of Pasadena, yesterday,
beating them by a score of 0 to 30.
There now remains but one game
to be played—(he tio between tbe
Academy aud Nameless clubs—to
decide the ownership of the silver
The Star, we are Informed,
changed hands yesterday and will
appear aa Ihe organ of the Work
ingmen'a patiy till* morning. The
purchasers are \V. S. Wartolle, W.
G. Short aud George Wiley Brown,
all of whom have been connected
with the ofllue under Mr. Camp
bell's management. Mr. Campbell
will be succeeded temporarily by
Major Kinley, as editnr-in-olilef,
but, wo understand, will do occa
sional auiatour editorial work. Mr.
Brown will have charge of tlie in
door business, while Mr. Wurtelle
will attend to out-door a Hairs. As
to who will conduct the local de
partment we have not boen in
formed. Business will be trans
acted under the linn name of O.
W. Brown & Co.
Between 0 and 7 o'clook yester
day evening word was brought to
police headquarters that a man
had been knocked down noar the
Welooinu saloon, ou Los Angeles
street. Officer Ketler hurried
dowu and found Johnny Mayer,
who was released from State's
Trisou a short time ago, in the act
of leading a stranger, whose face
was covered with blood, into the
notorious Welcome, where, Mayer
said, he was taking him to wash
his lace. Keller took charge of
the stranger, when Mayer caught
hold of bin) and tried to prevent
his accompanying the officer, aud
i.'nnturned his interference as far as
Main street, where he was arrested
md cnmmitlud to await examina
tion to-day on the charge of ob
structing au officer iv the discharge
of his duty. The stranger, on be
ing brought to tlie police office,
was persuaded to deposit ills money
—$100—for fafe keeping, which he
did; and, there being uo charge
against him, he was advised to go
to bed. Tlie assault, it is alleged,
was committed by Carter, one of
tlie original band of which Mayer
was so conspicuous a member be
fore liia sentence to Sau Quentin.
Yesterday a traveller brought
word to the police office that,
while coining along tlie Telegraph
road, be had Been a man, whs
lived near ihe Urea Spring!, beat
ing a woman in a tearful manner—
almost to death, he supposed. Offi
cer Lock wood, one of the mounted
police, was at once dispatched to
investigate. When he reached the
place he found tlie man alone,
which teemed to confirm Ihe
worst fears of the traveller. He
naked, "Where is jour wife?" Tlie
man, whose name is (Jazeau, we
believe, pointing to a lull, said,
"There she goes." Loekwood re
mounted und rode up to the wo
man, whom he found iv a perfectly
sound condition. He enquired if
she was badly hurt? She replied,
iv iiriiken English, "Me no hurt;
neither me nor tlie baby." Lock
wood aays that, hereafter, before
starting on a humanitarian ride of
fl"rt mile*, he will have to know
something as to the reliability of
tlie person who fells the harrowing
tale which starts him.
The editor of tlio Express, Presi
dent of the Anti-Cruelty to Ani
mals Society, unuounces in yester
day evening's issue of liis paper,
that, out of revenge for tlie destruc
tion of v few immature aud paltry
smdilUs, lie is going to adminis
ter Benton's infallible extermina
tor to the innocent squirrels that
infest bis melon patch. Wo can
only ascribe his forgetfuluess of
his high duties as a humanitarian
to tlie fact that, as a distinguished
member of tho Granger class, he
performs a higher duty in ridding
his rural neighborhood of these
destructive pests than he could by
allowing them free range during
the ehoit tpaee ot their natural
lives. He is fortunate, however,
In not having unuounced his mur
derous intention until after Or.
Luppo had severed his connection
with tlie P. C. S. A.
Tho Sau Bernardino Times says:
The excursion is bound to be a big
success. Arrangements have been
made with the railroad company
to furnish a special engine for the
oceislon, so that the party will not
lie annoyed by tedious stoppages
on the road, and will be allowed to
remain at Santa Monica as long as
lUcy please—eight or ten hours, il
(hey wish. Arrangements hava
also been made with the stage
coaches to trausport tbe excur
sionists tv and from Colton at 25
renin each way. Everything that
can be done lor tlie pleasure aud
enjoyment of Ihe people has been
done, and we hopo to see the cars
crowded, as it is doubtful when an
other opportunity will bo afforded.
A 49jr who is taking a look at
the r-Tlverudo mines writes as fol
lows: " The'principal claims are
those of Huntington, Taylor & Co.,
Nemmo & Co., Thistlewaite & Co.,
Hill & Co. Tlie results of some of
the assays have been so fabulous
that I will not give the figures, but
leave tlie questiou to time, which
will show whether there are
'millions in il' or not. There is a
profusion of water and wood at Sil
verado. Tho climate is invigorat
ing and mild. The fare one gets is
good, us the camp is in constant
communication with Sinla Ana.
A road will soon be made through
a convenient cafion by which the
distance from Silverado to Santa
Ana will be reduced sixteen miles."
A gentlemen connected witli tlie
Western Development Company
al Yuma in forms us tbat much ex
citement prevails at that place
concerning tlio discovery of the
very rich iilucer diggings 25 miles
south of Eliienhurg, Arizona. Tlie
discovery was made two months
ago by v couple of Mexicans, but a
Claim was recently riled by two
Americans, whose labors in dry
wash prod used $3IM) in two days.
Tlie Americans, however, were
driven off by the Mexicans, who,
at la-t accounts, were in full pos
session. But a party of Americans
is now forming to lake the lield,
and hold their own against Ihe
On Tuesday tho Florentine Min
ing Company riled their articles of
Incorporation. Capital stock, $500,
--000—50,000 shares nt $10 a share.
The following are tlie incorporators:
B. F. Seibert, J. H. Yocuin, Wm.
Gilbert, D. li. Miles anil A. V. Tay
lor. The incorporation is for tlie
purpose of carrying on a general
mining business iv ihe Santa Rosa
Mining District, in thiscounty.
Wo acknowledge a pleasant call
from Mr. Robert Dickson, man
ager of the mammoth Insurance
Combination — tho Imperial of
London, Northern of London,
Queen of Liverpool, Hatlford, of
Hartford—of which Mr. John Car
lin Is agent in this city. Mr. Dick
sou is ninking his regular annual
visit and will remain hero until
Miss L, Golds worthy, of San
Jose, who will nrrivo by the Sana
tor tli is mora lug, comes, we un
derstand, to assume a position as
one of the touchers In the Los An
geles Academy. Tlie Sau Jotfl
Mercury speaks In tho highest
terms of her ability as a teacher,
and congratulates Prof. Frauibes
on having secured her services.
'I In- subjoined arc from the Yuma
Sentinel of July 27th:
The new road from Yuma to Ty
son's Wells, via Castle Dome, is
now open lor business. There is
now every reason to hope that the
(irsl mail over It will leave here on
Monday morning, July 20th. Par
ties who have coma over it from
Castle Dome speak very well of it.
There is but oue stiff pitch in the
road, which will be soon fixed.
The new Pieitcbo quartz mill is
being put up in solid shape; heavy
stone I'ounilutions and walls. Tbe
proprietor, Mr. D. Neahr, is n prac
tical machinist and is giving tbe
job his personal supervision. Work
Pas beeu somewhat retarded by the
slnmpede of laborers for the uew
placers, and for tlio old ones near
by, now made available by the late
rains. The mine is one of tlie larg
est bodies of gold bearing oro on
tlie coast, and has nlready been
thoroughly prospected with a live
.stamp mill. It pays.
From Mr. T. Ewing, Snperin
(endeill of the Signal Mill Com
pany, we learn lhat the mill lias
been stopped, because the ore con
tains to much base melal that it
will he necessary to mast it before
treating. Considerable delay and
expense will he Incurred before
work can lie resumed. The stop
pugo nt this lime is ntirtichlarly
unfortunate, because tlie McCriti-k
--in mill is likely to soon atop also,
lo make some necessary repairs,
ate. The silence uf both mills at
the samo time will, of course, de
Tho old Chimney Peak placers
have been galvanized into a new
spirit uf activity by tlie same
heavy rains that washed away the
railroad truck week before last
They were dry diggings, from
which immense quantities, of gold
were worked without water until
that ceased to be profitable. The
lute ruins completely soaked the
country, tilled the tanks, and pro
duced running water in several
places. This induced working tlie
old ground over again. Some
claims are v tying $4 or $> per day
to tlie hand. Mr. Neahr brought
down a quantity of I lie gold. Some
parties ate now going up there
with rockers. One man recently
from there says he thinks the
water will last two or three
mouths. The diggings tire but a
few miles from the Colorado river,
aud will some day be extensively
worked by hydraulic process.
A new departure was taken at
the rehearsal of the Philharmonic
Society last evening. A course of
instruction in voice cultura has
been begun by Mr. Day, which
promises to become very popular
with He class, and tlio regular
chorus work was varied liy an in-
Strumen'al piece, ''Tlie Mountain
Stream," inOStexquisite); rendered
by Mrs. Btrattou, ami a selection
from Eaust, by Madame Marra,
given in Iter usual happy s'.ylc.
This is to be a prominent feature,
and is a commendable one, us it
adds much to the Interest of the
reboaisal und also brings out the
talent of the i ndidividual members
of tlie class. A committee will be
appointed at each meeting hereaf
ter to prepare a programme of ex
ercises for the succeeding meeting,
which cannot fail to attract the
lovers of music.
Arrangi ments h:ive been c< m
pletcd for an excurslou to Sum
Francisco during lii* Mechanics'
Fair, which will open August lltli
aud will continue about forty days.
The excursion will be under the
direction of Mr. R, H. Hewitt and
will leave Loa Angeles on the22d,
remaining at San Francisco live
days. Fare for round trip, in
coaches $19; sleeping cars $22.
Full particulars will be announced
in a fow days.
Probnto Curt STEPHENS, J
Wednesday, July 31, 3878.
Estate of Patrick D.innghup, de
ceased— Kinal account of Adminis
trator allowed and distribution or
Estate of Maria Antonla A. de
Bun, deceased—Hearing contiuued
till Saturday, August 3d.
Guardianship of Leonora Card
well, ti minor—Hearing set for
Wednesday, August 7th.
Stock Subscribed for a Railroad
At the olTlce of the Atchison, To
pe'.ta und Santa Va Railroad, tbe
subscriptions to tlie l'ueblo ami
Arkansas Valley Railroad exten
sion, up to four o'clock Saturday
afternoon, amounted to $770,000,
the full amount asked for.
The subscriptions to tlie New
Mexico and Southern Pacific Rail
road amounted to $2,018,000, leav
ing only $573,000 not taken. Tills
balance will probably besubscribed
Wednesday, thus insuring a new
through line to tho Pacillc Coast. —
lioston Herald, July 14.
We nmy live without poetry, music and
We may live without conscience, and
live without hear!;
We may llvo without niddl, we may
live without hooks,
ButciviiiMd man cannot live without
He may live without bOOkfj what Is
knowledge buL gi luving?
He may live without hope; what is hope
He may llvo w!I bout lov. ; what is pns
tiion but pinin ::
But where I* tho man that can llvo with
And in order to dine well you
must buy your groceries and wines
at the T store, whure you can get
better goods at lower prices lhau
any store in tho city. lUmembcr
the number—4 Baud 50 Spring Ht.
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BOKIrT OK liaCOItDS, JULY 31, 1878.
A lon an 11 FOX lo Wm Ulley—Lot 8, blk
X, Molt trout, and 40ilK> ft or lot 1, blk 27.
Huber trad; fICUJ.
M U Oral! io Wm T House—ll ncres In
SecllT.sSP.il \V, LM bolnad Hunclio;
M P Culler, per Sheriff, to C H Wilahl—
40 acres In N % Sec '.8 T '2 is ll 13 W; * 00
S II Buchanan to Ida C Ball—Lot O.blk
lill, Hanln Monica; $:I7S.
-V Brandiv to Carl Hei-bcrger— Lot If,
blk 3. Ueaudry tract; 1100.
*Carl Merbergcr aud wife, BabAtra Iler
berger, to I) A stern—Above loi; $iluo.
HI H Crnlß to Krancls A. Lund-11 088
Heron In Sec 11 T5 S It 11 W, Las llolaaa
JIM B Craig to Tims 0 Hull-I*l3 acroa In
Sucll TiS R 11 Wl $431,
"ZAndrea Alvarado (helra of) to Hentlo,ne
B Ablla-An undivided 1* acres of 61
ucres In Tajauta Rnncho—tax deed ; »(183.
Geo R Ames, per Constable, tn Kelson
Button—it) ncrea aad 3.US acres In Bee 31
TISRI3W; $349 60.
Fooling With Uncle Remus.
[From the Atlanta Constitution.]
A Charleston negro who was iv
Atlanta on tbe Fourth of July
mads a mistake. He saw Uncle
Remus edging bis way through the
crowd, and ho thought he knew
"Howdy, daddy Ben," the stran
ger exclaimed; "I link I nubber see
you no more. Wey you gwau?
He hot for true, aint he?"
"Daddy who?" asked Undo Ile
um?, stralghteuing himself up with
"I knew you in Charl'st'n, an'
den Sawauny. I spec I dun grow
way from 'niembrauce."
"You knowed me in Charl'st'n,
and then iv Sawanny?"
"He been long lime, aiut he
"Dut's wats a pesleriu' uv me.
How much you reckon you know'd
"He good while pas'; when 1 wer
pickauniuy. He long lime ago.
Wey you gwan, Daddy Ben?"
"VV'at does you season your rec
ollection wid fer to make it holenn
so?" inquired tiie old man.
"I liiinuo. Ho stick hesc'f. I
see you eonjin' 'long' it an' I day'
dey Daddy Ben.' 1 t'ink I sea you
uo mo', nn' I shaky you by de
liau'. Wey you gwnn? Bey no
place yer wey we git wive?"
Uncle Itumus slared at the
strange darky ctiriouslr for a mo
ment, ami then he lei led biro by
"Come yer, son, wliar dey ain't
no folks, an' lemme drap some
Jawjy'iniment in dem years er
yourii. Youer mighty fur ways
fum home, au' you Wantcr bo a
lookiu' out fu' yo'se'f. Fus and
fo'mus, youer thumpin' de wrong
watermillion. Youer wbiatlln' up
de wrong oliube. I ain't t romped
rutin' de country much. I ain't
baeu to Cbarl's'ou an' needer is I
tuck in Savanny; but you couldn't
rig up no game on me" dat I wud
tleu't tumble unto it de minnit I
laid my eyeballs on you. Wen
bit come ter dat, I'm 010 man
Tumbler, fum Tumblersyllle—l is
dat. Hit takes one er deze yer
full-blooded w'ite men fur ter trap
my judgment. But w'en a nigger
comes a Jabberln' roun' like he got
a motif full er rice strs.w. he ain't
got no more chance 'long side er
me dan a sick sparrur wld asqulncb
owol. You gotter travel wid a cir
cus 'fo' you git away wid mo. You
better go Moßg an' git yo' kyai pet
sack and skip de town. Youer de
freshest nigger u'at I seen yil."
The Charleston negro passed on
just ns Willis King camu up.
'•Mars Willis, did see dat smart
"Yes; what's Iho nutter with
"He's one er daze yer scursliun
niggers from Charleston. I seed
you a standln' over ngiu de onru
der yander, au' ef i'a' uigger'd a
drawd his monty kyards on me, 1
wuz a gwineter holler fer you.
Would youer come, Mars Willis?"
"Why, certainly. Uncle Bemus."
"Dats wat I 'lowed. Little
mor'en he'd a bin aboard er de
wrong waggin. D.its wat he'd a
Whereupon the old mini chuckled
at the idea and sauntered oft' to
where he see (as he expressed il)
"dem niggers a sportia."
*an rrtANonco stock and kx*
Salt Francisco, July 31.
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Uailiorma- <J V'H? 1 . 8 Nevada BHttVM
Savage Jacket 9',(giU'i
Oon v.- 8l»(*sl* Overman.... In y l( ,iii>,
Ohnllar iw»t Justioo IMa)<at
B ft N 7©7* Alta _ 8^
Crown Fuiut..C?4Sn6S Julia ' : %tii7H
SAN Fkancisco, July 31.
It A E 3 Bulllou 6H
Sureku -Mais', Ophlr. iSai ii
Jacksou Alta s. t i(y9^
N Belle iu'/i California WitpH
Manhattan V/# Justice G.'-aiSo^
Q Prize t>(4M U Chollar 3U
Indepeud'el je.u ;i:> Gould A C 7A6M
Star 1 Mcx lean UMOIM «
Hill Side IKfll DO Jacket 4>,'-i® 10
Bodle 17'.(iKl7J K Con Va B ! ,i
Hcchtul 1 75(41 Go Exohequer.3 80.93 He
Tip-Top 1 SO Julia UUPH
S Nevada...lO'4CSllV» Point VAaVi
Benton 12 20J'i 50 Ovennau lOXVUK
Kentuck Utah 10J4
Union StyWi! Savase lOVi
Belcher 4 -M_il 25 B 4 B If,
Krunk Toal informs tlie citizens
of Los Angeles generally that lie is
now shoeing horses at. $1 50 per set.
His slop is at No. 97 Spring street,
opposite the If, E. Church South.
AU work warranted. inyllitf
Pruning shears and budding
knives at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. lmyu
13 PEEFEOT HAPPINESS IN OUE PBE-'-
ENT STATE FO3SIBLE7
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 the
very choico groceries sold so cheap
at the "1" store, 48 and 50 Spring
THE U3L3 OF KNOWLEDGE.
Knowledge not only confers a
benefit on thoso tlntt possess it, but
upon ull with whom tliey come in
coutnct. Tlie owners of the "T"
store, having a thorough knowl
edge of their business, nil who deal
with them reap the benefit of their
experience No. 48 and 50 Spring
Ueuuino Marrlan's Burton Pal*
Ale on draught at McKeuzie's.
PERSONS NOT LIKELY TO SERVE YOU.
There are five sorts of persons at
whose hands you may not expect
kindness. The sordid aud narrow
minded think of nobody but them
selves; (lie busy have not time tn
think of you; the overgrown rich
man is atove minding anyone
who needs his assistance; the poor
and unhappy liavo neither the
spirit nor the ability to serve you;
,but If you want to ho well served,
with politeness and attention, go to
the T store for your groceries,
wines, liquors and provisions, 48
and 50 Spring street.
Prejudice may be considered as a
continual false medium of viewing
tiling". Mauy persons e>re preju
diced against changes, but ir they
once try the T store they will find
that tlie change will be to their
advantage. There may be found
all the delicacies of lite season.
Kverybody knows the pluee. It is
48 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 best and most prominent
bulletin bill boards. Office, No. 3
Market street. ap26tf
Guns, rifles and pistols at Suther
land's guv store, 75 Main street. 1
HOW TO GIVE ADVICE.
Tho most difficult provinco of
friendship is giving advice. It
should, if possible, be so coutiived
tbat our friend may perceive our
advice is given him, not so much
to please ourselves as to his owu
advantage. Therefore wo find no
difficulty in advising our friends to
go to the T store to buy their gro
ceries ami wines as we are sure il
will be to their advantage. 48 and
50 Spring street.
If any Dealer Informs
You that he has for salo a dentifrice
identical with or containing ingredients
equalling or superior In efficacy to those
or SGZOHONT, discredit tho statement
and insist upon having that alone. liy
doing so, you will secure a denlllrice par
excellence the best lv the market, con
taluiug botanic elements of rare preserv
ative inltuenco upon the teetli and one
which will endow them with most be
coming whiteness. Another desirable
Centura of this staple toilet nrrlcle is that
It imparls fragrance to tho breath. Sold
Do it it Once!
Persons who havo bocuine thoroughly
chilled from auy cause, may have their
circulation at once restored by taking In
tothe stomach a leaspoonfulof Johnson's
Auodynu I ,i i,incut, mixed in a little cold
water, wel 1 sweetened.
Lyon's Ratuaikon makes tieautlfiil
luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its tail'
lug out or turning gray. It has stood Ihe
last of 40 yean is ehumiiugly perfumed
and hits no rival.
Every Carton v ho owns a good stoclt ol
horses, tattle and sheep, and intends lo
keep then) through the winter should at
once get a good slock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powder*. One dollar's
worth will save nl least a hall a ton of
lienry K. Bund, of Jeflbnoa, Mulnc.was
cured ol spilling blood, soreness and weak
ness of lliu stomach, by the use or John
miii'k Anodyne Liniment Internally.
A WI-UK-AWAKE YOOTH'S PAPEH.—
Cor Judicious editing, select and populur
cou'ilbuiors. and sprighly, entertaining
reading.tlio Youth's CYnii/xiiijou, ot Boston
kus uo superior among the yuuth's publi
S'ruill h lilNtlUirlllslincl Jurist,
"I liuve tried the Peruvian Rykop, and
the rcsull fully sustains your prediction.
11 has made a new man of me, Infused la
in my system new vigor and energy. I
am no lunger tremulous and debilitated
aswhcuyoii last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, and wit h a larger capacity lor
labor—mental aud physical—than at auv
time during tlie last five years. Sold by
A Remrkabte Cure.
WestTownseno, Vt.,May 11, 1300.
M rasas. X VV. Fowi.it ti Hons.
Gentlemen—Several years since I took
a severe culd. which settled ou my lungs
where It remained without relaxation. 1
was then lv Massachusetts, antl growing
worse and beeomtng unable to attend to
my business, I returned homo and com
menced searching in euruest fur some
medioinu which would restore my lost
health. 1 consulted physicians anil
tried many remedies, but obtained no
help and dally g.ew woise. 1 had a ter
rible oongh and raised a good ileal ot
biood. 1 hud profuse ulght sweats and
severe pain lv my side. 1 continued In
this stato for mouths.aud became so weak
that It was with great, difficulty I could
walk, when I was advised to try WtsrAK's
Balsam op Wild Ciiskkv, and, to
my great Joy I soon lound tout, this rem
edy had arrested the lilsease. I contin
ued to use the Balsam to the extent olllvc
bottles and have, since then experienced
nodlmcnlty of the lungs. 1 believe tlie
Balsam saved mylifeaud I shall over huld
It tv high est!uialton.
Must, Will andShaT
Give tho Greatest Bar
gains Ever Known in Dry
Coods, 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
40 Main St., Under tho
Lafayette Hotel. j27:1111
OX A USO STREET.
D. MAIIbSTEDT PROPIUBroC.
IB H J _tU JEZj
Sold by the barrel, keg and bottle, and
delivered to any parl or the t-it..
ESSENCE OF LIFE
IS A POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT
remedy for the cure of nervous and
physical debility, spermatorrhea, semiua)
weakness and premature decllue.
The Essence of Life
Is the only safe and sure remedy and wKI
restore exhausted vitality without Mil.
permanently and effectually, no matter
from what cause or of how long standiug
The Essence of Life
Is pleasant to take, and ts free from all
noxious drugs; It gives tone to the diges
tive organs, strength to the nerves, aud
purifies and emlches the blood, thereby
eradicating all morbid eruptions ol the
Price, $3 per bottle, or four times the
quantity In cuse, $10, with full direstlftns
tor use. Sent to any address, secure from
observation, upon receipt of price, which
may be scut by express, registered letter,
or Postofllco money order, or C. O. I>.
within 450 miles of Wan Francisco.
References of the highest standing and
unquestionable veracity from persons
that have been cured. Tube had only at
DR. St EIN HART**, 43(1 KEARNY ST.,
Han Frunclsco, Cal.. whero all letters
should be addressed.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 r. m. and 6
to 8 p. X. marl3-3p-lyr
FOB THRESHING MACHINES,
la tba only Feeder raanufactnrad that faeda
without moving all the straw lv a body, con*
sequently g Iving a more regular (eed than it la
possible to obtain with a draper feeder; it
feeds the whole length of the cylinder; it is
easily changed to leed fast or slow as desired;
saves the labor of two men and does not re
quire an experienced tableman to feed it.
The separator ueeda no alteration with the
exception of the removal of feed board to ae
cure it ia position, and does not have to be
taken off whan moving. It requires but lit
tle power to run it, and baa no complicated
Earts liable to get out of order. Its sueeess
avlng been fully demonstrated. 1 cordially
invite all parties Interested tv call and ju.lire
of IU merits. Per full particulars address
K. J. MABSTEHB.
DAIRY RANCH WANTED.
Tho subscriber, who ia a good, practl
cal dairyman, wishes to lease a good
runch on shares, or will work as foreman
>n a dairy ranch. Address a.htkw-
ART, P. O. Jy3l-lw
A young woman wishes a situation to
help to do housework, or would do the
work ol a small family. Call ut United
States Hotel, room 43. JSO-'Jt
A Gtrrnmiglrl (o do general boats work.
Address S., Herald olhee. J2B-lw
By a cstnpelent woman, a nt'uatlon to
do housework. No objections to the
country. Enquire at No. 53, corner of
Charity and Sixth slrceis. Jy2s-lw
. . ■ — -J-. j
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
About 30 t >ns of hay, 67 hog<, 4 horses
1 wageu and hay raca. 1 plow-and liar
row, chickens and ducks. Apply nt Mrs
Ketchltn's, near Comptou. Jy3l-3t
ONE HUNDRED STAND OK ITAL
IAN HUES. 400 LANUSHO'iT HIVEH,
and rroo use of rauch given for six
months. Will bo sold fur one third their
value. Inquire at Orange Store. Jy3l-lw
Two Nicely Furnished
Rooms to Let
To single gontlenien, with use of baths
of hot or cold water und gas. ISuqaJre at
No. 107 Main street, between Secoud and
Third streets. J27-lw
A SALOON AND BOWLING ALLEY,
In good location. Enquire ou premises.
No. SKI Main street, United States Hotel.
Jyl-lni JOHN KONAU, Prop'r.
One or more rooms,with board, hot and
cold water bath, etc. Persons visiting
bos Angeles will and this one of the
nleasamest locations In town. Address
P. O. Boi UQ7. mhiiHif
TO RENT. "
A COTTAUB OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, lurullure,
kitchen furniture aud water, at No. is:
Buena Vista street, Los a n-<-ir.v Keut,
$2') per inoulh, puyablt in advance. Ad
dress O. W. w*,. Herald ohico- mro-tf
bOlt MA 1.1,'.
By Ibe Luke Vineyard Land and Water
Association, tho heat Orange and hteinl-
Tropical Krult Land in the Mtate. Water
right goes with the land. Apply to the
oltlee of P. Beaudry, No. 81 New High St.
uplgtl r, W. WOOD, Secretary, i
91 to $1000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND BROKER '
Removed to No. 0 COMMERCIAL ST.
Will advance on collaterals f1 to $1000,
on all kinds of personal property, such
as watches, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Gold, silver aud IJ. S. Curren
cy bouittit and sold. \ nlltf
CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS
Near Orange and Santa Ana,
Which wore heretofore reserved by Glas
sed A chapman, nre now offered fur sale
orrent. oath AlLtiO AD DEPOT VEIU
Apply toCAIT. OLASSELL. In Temple
Block, Lorn Angeles, or H.F. I'tHKLK.
Tl-.p undersigned begs leave to nn
nouueo himself us a eandldalo for Ber*
geans-al-Arros of tho Constitutional Con
vention. A. H. MILLEH.
Los Augeles, July 8.1, 1878. J2l-t s2B
Came lo the place of Mr. Eugcuo Mey
er, second house from the corner of
Kobler antl Alameda street*, TWO
HORSES, oiie dark bay and tbe other
light sorrel. The bay has a star In lore
bead, no brand; ihe sorrel is branded X
on let fore-shoulder and white marks
over both eyes. The owner can recover
the same by proving prope-ityand pay
lySl-lw JOHN LATTEMOUE.
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. & H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
Proa, their agent*, DICKSON, PeWOI.F
&Co.,tlan r'ruuclsco; uUn,
Old Courbon and Rye
Direct Com I.ouißvltle, Ky.,by ttie 13<>ttl«
er Uallou, at LOW I'KICL'.-i.
Genu re Scotch and Irish Whiskey.
English Ales and Porter.
Tl aX SAM§*LE ROOM
Ik provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
PORTED HAVANA CIGARS.
ie-ENQLHH At.Fl ON DRAUGHT.
Poii<-t'« u..il<!iii ;; .
Mulu Rtreet, uear Court, Jam Angelte.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
Perry, Woodworth & Co.'s
So. IA Commcreant atreet. aw,
Knllron.l I>«lM>f. mrtO-tf—
J. G. JACKSON
Corner Alameda and First Sheets.
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
POSTS, SHINGLES, LATHS,
SHAKES, PLASTER OK
PARIS, CEMENT AND
J, M. GRIFFITH & CO.
CORN Kit OF
Alameda and First Streets
PLASTER OF PARIS, ETC. RTO.
S O I X o O
— or —
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY.
LOS ANGELES, CAI*
Parents nnd guardians desirous of DfO*
curing lor their daugntors aud wardi la*
Hdvaulatre? of a good education aad •
home in a healthy climate and plaaaant
locality, will Und liolh In this cduoattoa
al institution of the Sisters of St. Via*
cent of Paul.
Board and Tuition, English, Krcmeb,
Spanish, Qerman, tiruameotal Nee
die Work, Tapestry, Embroidery,
etc, per seaslon of ten months taw
Washing „.. a*
Drawing and Painting, per month (3. Up
Piano und Melodeon, with uaeof In-
Ktrument, $ii 60 per month „,. ti
flultar, per mouth $8 „ .. at
Vacation, If pupils remain In school,
per mouth ff
Tho Waters have opened A SELECT
DAY SCHOOL for young ladies.
First class, the languages, etc ai
Second Division 2
Third Division j
Extra I r inches, charges as Indicated
Ihe Echoliiatic Half Session of Br*
' monllis wlti commence the Ist of
August and the Ist of January, nnd ttr
mlnate about the Ist of Juue,
Hills, without exception, most be paid
In advance, nnd no deduction will bt
made lor partial absence or withdrawal
from the Institution, unless In cases of
protracted Illness. Doctors' fees sad
medicines are extra charges.
For further particulars bddress
tea. BCHOLA3TICA LOUBDON.
BArTIST CHUKCH, SPRING St*
' TIIK FOURTH TERM of thin I net. tut*
will open JULY 2V.li and continue 1*
session until December 20tb.
The objects of the Institution are:
First—To give to auy person » too da*
sires to prepare lor teaching special IB*
struct ion in any brancli or division of
brauch of Statu course where applicant
foj* certificate may feel deficient.
Second—To Instruct teachers In tbe lat
est methods of tin parting knowledge.
Those intending to become teaeiisrs
less expense and' m tre thoroughly, than
nt tiny otlicr Jsotmiul institute la the
The secoud department Is designed t*
pruc.tcully illustrate Normal methods,
if lying students the most natural ana
thorough Instruction, fitting them for
the regular Normal course, elate Unlver-
Blty, military and other colleges. Stu
dents received at any time.
The Institute affords Hccommodatlona
for those at a distance who desire to
board or self-board.
N. B.— Trustees and others desiring
competent teacbers will do well to make
inquiries at this Institute.
For terms, etc., add rets
M UK. REUINA MAST DIXON,
Jy24-5m P.O. Box 380, Los Augeles, Cal.
Tbla lust Hit inn, located In tbe
CITY OF LOS ANGELES,
on KORT STREET, between Third and
Fourth, will I, -Bin its THIRD TKAH
AUGUST 6th, IS7B.
Tlif following courres of study will In)
laugl.t on tho most reasonable terms:
GRAMMAR SCHOOL COURSE;
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION:
O. 8. FRAMBEH, A. M Principal
8. E. FRAMaIEK Preceptress
C. W. La FETRA, Principal Com'l Dep't
WALTER LINDLEY, M. D., Teacher ol
Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene
LOUIS ADAMS Teacher of Freuoh
G. H. BOLLINGh tf ...Teacher or flermau
OHAS. ii.. DAY...Teacberof Vocal Mule
Mrs. C. E. DAY,Teacher of Instr'l Music
To the patronizing public I wish to say
that no pains have beeu spared to veeare
faithful und competent teachers lor the
several departments of the Academy.
Mr. C. W. La r'etra, first a graduate, then
an assistant teacher In tbe Business Col
lege of Washington, D. C, will take
charge of tlie Commercial Depart meet.
Tlie other teachcra aro too well known to
need any note oi commendation to tbla
community. A new building baa beeu
erected expressly for the Commercial
eaT"Ample accommodations hare been
provided for boarding stude its fiom a
For further particulars address the
Watches and Jewelry.
Hiv ng purchased the stock and flx
ttu-is uf the well known Jewelry store of
Mr. T. W. Sinckpule, adding thereto a
large and entirely new assortment of
goods, we s re are prepared to show th*
citizens of Los Augeles and vicinity one
of the finest and best selected stocks to
be fouud In the State, which will bo sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be In receipt of frit
the latest novelties In watches, chains,
Jewelry, etc., to which the attention of
the public is especially Invited.
In spectacles we have a largo and va
ried assortment, and aro the exclusive
p gents in Southern California of the eel
eurated Laxerus A Morris perfected spee
lacles, which we claim uru the flne* f In
Mr. Staekpole will rcmaiu ia onr em
ploy, having exclusive control oi ihi»
woik department, an-f, us heretofore, ee
pecial attention will ho given to the re
pairing of tine watches and jewelry.
We shall be hnppy to see all our old
friends and Iho public at large.
JyStf 3% Spring street.
ESTABLISHED OVER SO YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co.,
[Successors lo Llttl.field, Webb A C 0.,1
816 and 318 Washington Street,
Solicit consignments of all kinds of
country produce. Make prompt returet.
Advance liberally on approved ahlp
NEW YORK BREWERY
(Successor to Cbrla. Henna, Proprietor.
The CLEAREST, PUREST and MtetT '
BRILLIANT LASER BEER Bontii of
Orders for DRAUGHT nt rOTTLKU
Ur.h.k promptly attended to.
The oelebrated Beer rrain tbla Brewery
defies competition In the fcltxte niioer i
Private Boarding House,
No. 21, cor. Third nad Hill ate.
aarBOARD BY TIIE DAY, WSME Oft
MONTH. Terms Keaaonable. oitit