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A.T. McDonoikih, lata of 80
Spring street, has just opened the
Acme of Fashion at No. Ii!, Tom
pie street, where he will be pleased
to meet bis old customers and tho
public In general, to whom, as be
fore, he guarantees the most stylish
and best iitti ng clothes lo be bad
in the city.
I oiler my stock of doors, sashes,
, io., at the following reduced pri
I*lo $1 88
jf.l2 „ 1 a>
1*18..., I 05
1.1x12 1 88
10x14 1 75
1(1X18 2 25
13x28 2 75
15x32 .'t 00
15x86 3 35
15x40 8 5(1
Other sizes in proportion.
0.6x6.6x1 inch $1 6(1
1.6x8.6x11, moulded 1 00
J.Bx6.Bxli " 2 12
2.8x6.8x11 " 2 25
■2.10x6.10x11 " 250
Jx7xlJ " 2 75
Kvery other size iv proportion.
Also great reduction in paints, oils
and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles
Mrcet, under the White House.
Theßussian Electric Baths of It.
Hughes and Wife are located at No.
15 Main street, opposite the Fico
House. Gentleman and la
dies will be waited upon by persons
>f their own sex. novlttf
Frank Toal informs tbo citizens
nf Los Angeles generally that he is
now shoeing horses at $1 50 per set.
His slop is at No. <J7 Spring street,
opposite the M. K. Church South.
All work warranted. mylGtf
The dry goods aud novelty store
af Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com
mercial street, is an attractive re
sult to the ladies of Los Angeles.
Mr. Prager lias one of the most ex
tensive and recherche stocks of
goods ever brought to Los Angeles,
and there is absolutely nothing,
necessary to the feminine toilette
which may not be found in Ids
store. He has been guided in his
purchases by a thorough knowledge
ol the requirements of this section,
and the latest fashions and novel
ties may ho at all times inspected
at No. 5 Commercial street. Give
iilmaoall, my 7
feutonia Saloon, 123 Main Sleet.
The celebrated Fuk lie nicies
uintaii Lao c v Bkei. will bt>, from
this day, on draught and be kept
ill through the Summer nionthson
:™. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock;
i II delicacies always on hand.
The Ladies' Oyster Booms, Be-
Itiena street, near Main, opposite
the Uuited States Hotel, arc again
opened to the ladies and will be
..iiied on in a strictly respectable
way, so that all ladies, with or
without escorts, may fee) ut ease
*nd receive prompt and respectful
ittention. Oysters in every style,
hritnps, lea, codec, etc., constantly
n hand. Jon Hayek.
•tot 4 tf
rbe Messrs. Lips. Craigue & Co.
dive made arrangements to receive
Monthly cargoes of the famous Ph.
Bsst Brewing Company's export
isger beers. These beers are made
it Milwaukee ami bottled by the
Messrs. Stainm & Meyer. The
ir.-t of the cargoes arrived yester
ilay, consisting of an entire loin).
The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co.,
through this arrangement, are
enabled to offer special advantages
to purchasers. Tbo first prizes
were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex
port beer at the Centennial Expo
sition, at tho Wisconsin Stale Fair,
held at Milwaukee, and at the
I nter - State Fair held at Chicago,
Razors of every make at Suther
land's gun store, 75 Main street. 2
tslo to McKenzie's, 1-9 Main
itreet, Pouet block, for the finest
domestic and imported liquors and
-vines, by the bottle or on draught.
The purity of these wines and li
juors is guaranteed, and McKen
sie's host of customers testify
unanimously as to their merit, j.'tff
Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has
just received n consignment of
hoc i lager beer. It is a su
perb article and cannot be excelled
aj a draught beer. Oysters,
shrimps, hot aud cold lunches of all
kinds, constantly on hand. Give
him a call. Corner Main and Hc
quena streets, opposite tho U. 8.
Spring eye needles (our own
make) at Sutherland's gun store,
75 Main street. 2my7
A. McX E N Z I E,
Fine Wines & Liquors.
H. A H. W. Catherwood's
Fine Old Whiskies
l rom their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLP
A Co., sail Francisco; also,
Old Bourbon and Rvo
Direct from Louisville. Ky.,by tlie Bottle
or Unllon.nt LOW PUICISS.
Genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskr y.
English Ales and Porter.
rlll<: MAM PJL.JE HOOM
Is provided with the purest
WINES, LIQUORS AND IM
POUTED HAVANA CIO AllB.
iter KNCJI.HII ALE ON DIIAVUHT.
Main street, near Court, Los Angohs.
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WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE
U. S. ARMY.
Division of TaleftTajm una Reports for
tho benefit of Commerce and Agriculture.
Report or observations taken at Ixis An
geles, Cal., August 0, 1878.
tJ4 h ; I
0 A. N.
Mnximum Thermometer, 8'.
Minimum 14 (H.
J. M. Frantz, Observer.
Messrs. T. A. Garey and Will D.
Gould got home by yesterday's
train from Han Fraucitco.
Our promenades yesterday even
ing were enlivened by the presence
of a number of Visalia belles.
The Signal Service, thermometer
registered but 87° yesterday, two
degrees Ices than the day before.
We acknowledge a pleasant call
from J. G. Knox, County Clerk of
Tulare county, who accompanies
the Visalia excursion party.
AngeleSol at San Francisco lin
tels on the Bth lnstl H. MeLellan,
Palace; M. C. Booth, Cosmopgli
tan; U. Btirke, Brooklyn.
A car load of ore from the Duu
lap mine, Silverado distiict, was
shipped to San Francisco on Thurs
day. It is of very high grade and
sonic of it, it is thought, will run
as high us $700 to tlie ton.
.Messrs. I Limine I & Banker, pro
prietors of the Uuited States Hotel,
we learn, have subscribe! twenty
dollars to the Homo Industrial Aid
Six hundred feet of tbe new wharf
at Carpenteria are already liuished
nnd the final completion of (he
work only awaits tlie arrival of the
Frank Bartlelt Post of tho Grand
Army of the Republlo, of this city,
was formally mustered Into the or
ganizitiou lust evening by Dr.
Corbett, a fornn r stali' officer of
tlie Grand Army. The post now
numbers about forty members.
Sheriff Coy he, of San Diego, is
visiting his friend J. It. Lang, at
San Gabriel. Our friend Joe, wo
are soriy lo learn, has been Miller
lug from an attack of pleurisy and
visits Los Angeles for (lie benefit i f
And now we have another one.
Here oomea a lady only lis yean
old, residing on the I,ittlo Colo
rado, in ArlSOOs, ami who claims
to have been lliirly year-" old al til*
lime ol Ihe celebrated "dark day"
Col. J. 11. Woo.l, late of Wood's
Opera House, left for 8 ill Francisco
overland yesterday la procure illu
minated potteri for hie travelling
Comedy Combination, which will
atari on its lour of Southern Cali
fornia in v couple of weeks.
Mr. C. F. Stamps for the pa.it
•reek lias been shipping crapes',
from his ranch near Orange, to the
Messrs. Woo J bead & Gay of this
city, some of which measure) '2'i
inches in circumference one way
and 3.J the other. Tho grapes arc
of tho Muscat variety,
The Board of .Supervisors before
adjourning on Wednesday evening,
ordered the publication of tho proc
lamation for the election of Super
visors for the First and Third Dis
tricts, vice Messrs. II union and
Young, whoso terni3 expire.
Don't forget Billy White's bene
fit at the Opera House to-night.
Billy has beeu unremitting in his
efforts, since his advent in Los An
geles, to afford atnusnmeut to our
citizens and on this conation, his
farewell benefit, should receive
generous patronage, Give hlui a
Miss Myru Holloway, the accom
plished vocalist and comedienne,
has been tendered a complimentary
beueflt to tnke place at Wood's
Opera House next Monday even
ing. She will be assisted by Mr.
Fred J. Macklcy, the versatile pro
tean actor, and a number of pro
fessionals and amateurs.
A grand musical entertainment
and complimentary hop will be
given at Union Hall next Tuesday
evening, In honor of nur Visalia
and Tulare visitors. J. \V. Lord,
C. W. Bush and C. D. Park form
the Committee of Reception. J.&.
Valder will act as floor manager,
and M. H. Kimball, business man
Mr. Barclay, a practical cnal
mine man from Pennsylvania,
has arrived and wiil take charge
of the mines of the Messrs.
Witte at Santiago Cafion. Tho lo
cators of this mine have paid Mr.
Irviue, of San Krunclsco, as we are
Informed. $3,230 for 160 acres of
land, including tho coal location,
and have thus received a title which
might have stood in their way
The Outlook says: Our ambition
for Santa Monica for the present is
very moderate. Wo are satisfied
it has merits thut will insure its
steady growth in popularity. In all
thoso elements of beauty and fresh
ness, that arc sure to draw the
sweltering masses from tbe Interior
to the seaside, il has no equal on
the Coast. Aa for matters essential
lo her business advancement, we
shall bide our time, feeling confi
dent that they will surely come.
Brother Fisher Is giving some
one hereaway a dig under tho rib
iv the following parable: "We
havo seen a boy with a now tin
horn go about a house with dis
tended checks driving everybody
to the verge of lunacy with his in*
cesHiint toots. A day or two after
winds we have seen that same
horn—a veritable 'stranded bugle'
—surrendered lo some less ambi
tious juvenile, who was content to
make a wheezy noise, that spoke
plainly of departed glory. Wo
havo seen newspapers go through a
similar history. Our neighbors at
Los Angeles musn't blow too much
at the beginning." He couldn't,
by any means, refer lo the "spirit
ist" paper In this section, could lit?
The attention of property owners
is directed to the card of Mr. Wal
ter S. Moore, insurance agent,
which appears in other columns.
Mr. Moore's list embraces a num
ber of the most responsible com
panies known, and whoßo com
bined capital foots up the enor
mous sum of $25,000,000. A feature
of Mr. Moore's ngeucy that is of
especial interest to farmers is that
he is issuing policies on grain,
standing, cut, threshed or in sacks,
at rates its reasonable an any other
agent in tlie city.
We regret to learn of tho death
of Isaac J. Smith, formerly a well
known and popular citizen of this
city. It seems that on Sunday,
July 28th, ho went into the river at
Cloverdale, in this State, to take a
swim. While in the water he was
seized with cramps, and befoie his
friends on the bank could reach
him he sank and was drowned.
He was buried at Cloverdale. The
deceased was a brother of Aaron
Smith, ef this city, and the two
brothers were nt one time at tlie
bead of a nourishing carpeting
house here. His body will he
taken up and removed to Chicago,
to he placed In tlie family vault in
An exchange says: It may not be
generally known that common
cooking lodaisasure remedy for
the bite of a rattlesnake, if applied
soon enough. An incision should
be made to the depth of tho wouud
made by the fangs of the snake,
and into this cut the soda should
besprinkled. It will immediately
bubble up and turn green, caused
by the action of the soda iv neutral
izing the acid of the poison. This
remedy was never known to fail
when applied iv time.
Wing Sing, who sends the fol
lowing advertisement to a Santa
Barbara paper is certainly not a re
pudlator. Under the head "Notice."
he says: "I left Santa Barbara a
short time since owing $420 to two
washermen and Ihree ironers. I
washed very cheap and lost money.
China hoy stop work, so I had to
close my wash house, but I will
some time pay all I owe." It
seems the boys struck on Wing
after he had been bearing tbo laun
dry market so hard that his income
fell below the expenses. Asa
general thing, John is a better
financier .ban Wing Sing has
proven to be.
Benjamin James, who had im
bibed too much tangle-foot, got on
a rampage yesterday at the rail
road depot. He was requested by
the depot special officer to keep
quiet, when he struck the latter a
severe blow, Incapacitating him
for further attention to duty for
Ibe day. James was arrested by
officers Keller anil Beuite9 and
committed to the lock-up to await
examination before Judge Feel this
morning ou a charge of resisting
The audience at Turn Verein
Hall on Thursday night was the
most venerable in appearance ever
assembled there—every gray-beard
and b.ild-heud in town was there —
all of whom went, not to sec the
can can, but lo welcome Mademoi
selle Cerito, tho captivating dau
seuso of their green and callow
Seflor Don Flaero Quijano, En
gineer of the Mexican Land Com
mission for Lower California,
passed through Los Angeles on
Wednesday, en route to B*n Fran
cisco, on his way to Mexico. He
says lliere is no foundation for the
rumors of trouble in Liwer Califor
ttisinei ttsNel skpui.veda. j.
Friday, Aug 9.
Thisllewaite et al. vs. Taylor et
al.—Demurrer submitted aud two
days allowed to tile points.
Pico vs. Hancock—Cross-com
Anaheim Water Co. vs. Amos
Wright—Hearing of motion for
new trial deferred until to-morrow
ut 10 A. St., ou motion of plaintiff.
Malcolm vs. Malcolm—Decree of
divorce ordered as prayed for.
C. E. White vs. Los Angeles Cq
operative Nursery Fruit Company
—Jury denied for the hearing of
petition to change B iard of Direct
County O nrt STEPHENS, J.
Friday, Aug. 9.
People vs. Juan Bautista—Grand
Jury having ignored tbe charge,
the defendant is dismissed.
People vs. Vicente Valdez—An
order made to pay two impecunious
witnesses $2.50 each for their ex
penses iv attending Court in this
P, Gamier vs. E. Gamier—Judg
ment in favor of plaintiff.
Frederick the Oreat was peculiar
Iv dietetics as iv other tilings. A
strong man, he took strong food.
•To-day," Zimmerman writes,
"the King has taken a great quan
tity of soup made of the strongest
gravy drawn from the most heal
ing things. With it he mixed a
large tablespoonful of pounded
mace and pounded giuger. He
then ate a large slice of beef slewed
iv brandy. This be followed up by
a copious allowance of an Italian
dish, composed half of maize flour
and half of Parmesan cheese. To
this lie added the juice of a garlic,
anil Ihe whole is fried In butter till
it acquires a crust as thick as one's
finger, This Is called polenta. At
lenglh (continues Zimmerman) the
King praising thu excellent appe
tite which the dandelion had given
him, concluded the scene with a
large plate of eel pie, so hot aud so
highly seasoned that It seemed to
have been baketl in hell." Then
he concludes: "Whileat table the
King fell asleep, anil was seized
An Old Man's Melancholy.
We were impressed not lung
since with a brief experience of s
good old man who was slightly in
toxicated, for one night ouly, as
related by himself: "I went home
ungry ami ashamed," be said,"and
half gone with horror, iv anticipa
tion of what ray wife Barah would
say about It. 1 took off' my shoes
aud hung them on the gate post in
the BXOesa of my timidity, r got
into tbe house with marvelous
dexterity and into the bed-room
without making tbo slightest
noise. Sarah always slept In front,
The footboard was unusually high,
and I never was much of ii, gym
nast; but my success thus far had
impressed me so that I felt equal to
His sadness was such that his
hearers were sad 100, and one
young person was so much agitated
at Ills long pause and deep s'ghs
that ho burst forth, "I tee how it
is; you probably fell and broke
"No, my young frioud," replied
the old man, "it wasn't thut; I
climbed that foot-board slowly,
painfully, ami with the utmost
caution and secrecy. You have
heard, perhaps, how excessively
large nnd threatening every noise
iv in tlie istillness of a dark night,
when yon are trying lo keep still
yourself uud occasionally straining
your ears in fear of soms sound
that is nevertheless expected aud
pretty sure to come. That was
what ailed me My heart beat like
a drum, unil the clock in thu room
ticked as if it would like to arouse
the whole neighborhood. I got
safely down into that bed and un
der the clothes. I laughed to my
self until tlio bed shook. My fear
hail given pluoe to an unnatural
hilarity. I griuned uud chuckled
and was exceedingly sbsu td. I
can never think of that lime with
out shuddering nnd wishing that
somebody would hand me a sponge
Wherewith lv wipe it out. It struck
me suddenly that Sarah was un
naturally still. I put my baud
ovor to her side of tho bed and,
merciful heavens! ''
" Was she dead?" Inquired tha
young person, Ins jaw falling and
his eyes standing out witli intense
"No, young feller," replied the
good old men, "she was not there.
She hail gone lo a neighbor's lo pace
the night, aud, lututferable idiot
thut I was, I hatl forgotten all
about il." lie bowed ins head iv
his trembling hands, aud tlie tears
trickled through his fingers and
ran ilown his loug gray beard.
The Way John Sherman Puts It.
There Is something epigramatic
in the way Mr. John Sherman,
Secretary of the Treasury, and
brother ol William TecumsehShei
man, de eritcslhe administration
ofUratltln Louisiana. He says it
reads like v history of hell. Tills
is strong language; but Mr. Sher
man professes to havo made him
self familiar with the subject, and
ho was a supporter of Grant.
It is proposed to re elect Gen.
Grant. Since he went out of olllce
he has spent his timecourtlng hon
ors front Ihe monarchical Govern
ments of the Old World. He has
been studying those Governments.
Thsre is no reason to expect that,
If re-elected, ho would make au
admiuistrai ion anywise different
from what he made before, unless
it should be. more monarchical.
Grant was particularly felt In Lou
isiana, and there hia friend Sher
man tells us that tho history of his
rule reads like Ihe history of hell.
All persons in favor oi converting
this country into a pandemonium
will support Gen. Grant for re
election. —iV. V. Sun.
Poker in Colorado.
The town of Kairplny, Colorado,
so Darned from the fair manner in
which ils peeple play poker, was
enliveot d not long since by a little
game whose satisfactory result will
commend it favorably to all who
become entangled iv like disputes.
Before the draw, Mr. Graves held a
king full nnd Walker rejoiced iv
three aces, but after that interest
ing ceremony, Walker exhibitetl
four aces, and claimed tbe stakes,
whereupon Graves drew aslxshoot
er aud reckoned his hand was the
best. Walker immediately supple
mented the four aces with a bowie
knife, and the dispute was settled
to the perfect satisfaction of the
outsiders. There was enough in
the pot to purchase two hundsome
cofllns, unit Ihe next day both gen
tlemen took up permanent resi
liences, side by side, in the beauti
ful cemetery that reflects so much
credit upon Fairplay.
Any number of English law
lords and judges have boon men of
humble origin. Lords Eldon and
Stowell sprang from a coal filter;
Tcnterden and St. Leonards from
barbers; Lord Hardwicke, who be
camo Attorney-General at 31, from
a Dover attorney, who, according
to some, was hung for forgery.
Chief Baron Pollock—whose broth
er became a Field Marshal—was
thoson of a Charing Cross saddler.
Sir William Follett—the ablest ad
vocate of the century—was son of
an Exeter tradesman, as was also
Lord Gilford. When rising In the
world lawyers generally show ii
strong conservative bias. De
Tocqueville poiuteil out that they
were the conservative eloment in
Lird Ilea ■iin.fi d I meant the
present United States when, iv his
speech to parliament explaining
his course in Berlin, he said that
"England lost most of her most
precious possessions through bad
government—a loss which every
Englishman must deplore at this
moment, and which would not
have occurred if tho principle
which now governs her relations
with the colonies had been tlie 11
observed It is interesting to
know that even at till 9 day, more
than one hundred years from the
Declaration of Independence, tlie
loss of the thirteen colonies Is de
plored by Eogland'i greatest slates
Prom the beginning of tho reign
of Georiro 111. to thut of Victoria,
upward oi 200 duels were fought in
England. In three, both eonibat
auts wore killed; In eighty, one;
and in all, 120 were wounded. Up:
ward of twenty trials connected
with duels occurred, in which four
duelists were fouutl guilty and two
hanged. In tbe list of duelists nc
our the names of York, Norfolk,
Castlereagb, Pitt, Fox, Sheridan.
Grattan, Burdett, Canning, Peel
au 1 .! Wellington.
Shortly after Waterloo some
changes in the uniform of tbe
Guards were proposed, and George
IV. ordered a guardsman to be
sent for who was reported to have
cut down six officers at Waterloo.
"Now," said the King, after a few
questions had been put to the man,
"if you wero going to have such
another day's work, how would
you liko to bo dressed?" "In my
shirt sleeves," was tho prompt re
ply. Tho British troops, until 25
years ago, woro thu samo texture
in India as in Canada.
Tho laws of Mississippi forbid
tho marriage of a widow aud her
father-in-law. Therefore Alfred
Boyce, aged 00, aud Mary Boyce,
aged 19, were compelled to go to
Illinois to have the ceremony per
formed. He is Mckly, ami may
dio sood. His father i 3 alive, at
the age of 82, und Mary says that
she would as lief marry him, she
like) tho family so well.
soiur-r or a soon us, auhust », ltrts.
Hlehftrd Melrose and Frod W Atheam
to (J D Plato aud 1) Plato—Building lot
9, In Strobel Homestead tract, Anaheim ;
M M Ooodner and H X 8 O'Melvenv to
Hester Tlbbs—4 acres lv NE \i Sec 12 T 1
MRU W; $300.
Encamacion Leon to .1 X Bucoii— NE U
Sec hi T B.S R 8 W, 150 acres; $240.
James Allen to Charles M BsnbrOOk—
Lot 13, blk 8, Downey City; $175.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EX
SAs Francisco, Aug. 9.
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Mi Mean annttlw. Belcher 9 00(<ji8ti
14 A O 11 oof(jiloJ4 Coutllence 0 00
BAB 19 00 s Nevada..l 2 ist*w 00
Oallforuls. .12 isk»ii'. Bullion
Savage 13 »o@l3>t Justice n
Oon Va 10 oo&m Overman... is irssm,
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Grown Poinil'l oU@9?i Suc;or 2 28@2 00
tacket i.t«»»l3'. s,) r Ue1....27 111*11 co
Imperial ....1 126 Jnlls ui\
Kontujk 6 ttOtolSH 4-lta lOHGoIO 00
San Francisco, August 9.
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Eureka is Lady Bryan...3 Ofkeji
Belraent i 4033 iv Caledonia.-! 45<33 jr.
lacksou itgay. sum 105j»i B
Leopard I 10(31 L, Challenge ...tMsfl IS
Manhattan N V 1 30fl(l 30
<) Prize I 50(f<4 So Oeotdauial V/,mi
Endowm't...!Upi 05 L Wnshn SStJS'i
Itldepond'e 1 50;nl 55 Ward So
Hill Hide 3 15@3 scorpion 1 so
Hodle N Con Va i'AUVA
Bochlol 3 50,»1 7u Putona I
McCllnlon...l>ir4l 75 Benton
Tioga 2ff,l»; Boyls IJ:r,il ill
Rod 55 It A Heady...l'<jQl 60
L»cds 1&95e s Silver iai 10
Clear the Way
For tlio e.crpo from the system of Its
waste and debris, which, if retained
would vltiato tlie bodily fluids and over
throw health. That Importaut channel
of exit, tlie bowels, may be kept perma
nently free 11.on obstructions by using
tbo non-griping, gently-acting and agree
able cathartic, Hosteller's' stomach Bit
ters, which not only liberates impurities
but Invigorates the lining of I lie lutestl
nal canal when weakened by constipa
tion or tho un aisn use of violent purga
tives. The stomach, liver and urinary
Organs are likewiso rolulorced and
uroosed lo healthful action by this he
uetlccut lonic und corrective, and every
organ, fiber, muscle and nerve experi
euees a share of lis invigorating influ
ence. Unobjectionable iv flavor, a most
genial and wholesome medicinal stimu
lant, and owing its efficacy to botanic
sources exclusively. It. is the remody bost
adapted to household use, on account of
its safety, wide scopo and speidy actio 1.
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. Olllce, No. 3
Markot street. ap26tf
Fishing tackle and cutlery at
Sutherland's gun store, 7."i Main
Genuine Marriati's Rurton Pale
Ale 911 draught at McKenzie's.
Cheap prices at Sutherland's gun
•tore, 75 Main street. 2my7
Carviug knives at Sutherland's,
73 Main street. 2my7
The Crust of Tartar
Speedily leaves thestirfacc of teeth upon
which I lie cleansing and preservative
illtliiencc ol SOZODONT is doily exel ted.
No form of decay can Infest a set of
"ivories" upou which it is used. It has,
moreover, a most refreshing cllect upou
the mouth, iv which it ioives a very
agreeable taste, hesldos reuderlng the
breath fragrant. If tlie mouth he rinsed
with it ufier smoking, lhu taste oi the
tobacco Is ontiruly dissipated. As an
auxiliary to personal comeliness. It Ban*
noL too highly be extolled. Sold by
Oo It al Once!
Persons who have become thoroughly
chilled from any cause, may have Ihelr
circulation ulonco restored by taking In
.to the stomach a teaspoon fill of Jobuson's
Anodyne Liniment, mixed in a llltle cold
water, well i woetened.
Lyon's Katiiaihon makes beautiful
Luxuriant, glossy hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or fuming gtiur. It bus stood the
test of It)years Is charmingly pertumed
aud has no rival.
Every farmer who owns a good stock ol
horses, cattle and sheep, and intends lo
keeptht-ni ilitoiigh tlie winter should at
ouce gel a good stock of Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders. One dollar's
worth will save nt least a hall a ton of
Henry K. Rond, of Jefferson, Maine,was
ourevl olspitttng blood, end weak
ness of the stomach, by the use of Johu
.on's Anodyne Liniment Internally.
A WmK-AwAKB Youth's PArics.—
For Judicious editing, select and popular
contributors,aud sprigbly, entertaining
rendlng.the Youth's ci>m/*m/on, of lioston
lias no superior among Ihe youth's publi
A Reeirkablo Cure.
WistTownhknd, Vt.,Mny 11, ISVIO.
MaasKM. tWi Fowi.r. * Sons.
Ueutlenien— Several years since 1 took
a severe cold, which settled on my lungs
where it remained without relaxation. I
was then IB Massachusetts, and growing
worse and becoming uuabie to attend to
my business, 1 roturncd home and com
menced searching in earnest for some
medicine which would restore my iosi
health. 1 consulted physicians and
tried many remedies, but obtained no
helpand dally g.ew woise. I had a ter
rible cough und raised a good deal ol
blood. I had profuse ulglil sweats and
severe pain in my side. 1 continued in
this state for months.and became so weak
lhat it was with great dlmcully I could
wisik. when J was advised to try Wistak's
Uai-sah ok Wild Ciisrky, and, to
my great joy I soon lound that this rem.
edy had iirmsted Ihe Disease. I contin
ued to use tlie Balsam totiie oxtont ol'nve
boltles and nave, since then experienced
nodifflcully of the lungs. I liclieve Ihe
Isalsnra saved myllfe and [shall overbold
It iv high estimation.
from a l,l*tluu;amtieti Jnrlal.
"t have tried the Peruvian svaup.and
the result fully sustains your prediction.
It has made a new man of me, Infused In-
to my system new vigor and energy. I
am no longer tremulous and debilitated
as when you last saw me, but stronger,
heartier, and with a larger capacity for
labor—nfcental and phystoal—thau at any
time during the last Aye years. Sold by
Tlie 4'mitaar f.iu I men Is are of two
kinds. The w inie v .for the human
family; tbo Teliuw la for horses, sheep
and other animals. Testimonials ol tbe
eflants produced by Ihcss remarkable
Preparations are wrapped around every
bottle and may be procurod of any drug
gist, or by mall from the office of Tub
Centaur Co apan y, 46 Dey street. New
York City. JIMy
Must, Will and Shall
Give the Greatest Bar*
gains Ever Known In Dry
Goods, Clothing, Cents'
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Boots, Shoos, etc., etc.,
for the Next Thirty Days.
Call Early, as you will find
It to your greatest advan
40 Main St., Under tho
Lafayette Hotel. jtrtlsa
W A NTS—LOST—FO UN D.
Iv a well established buHiness, or will
dispose of tbe whole busiuevs on satis*
factory terms, ii desired. Address R.,
Heraid oillce. ftS-lw
WANTED TO RENT, with the prlvll
eue ol purchase, A 1 Ia.NO. Must be
good to MS aud cheap. Address P. O. box
FOR SALE—FOR RENT.
A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
Fully furnished with bedding, furniture,
kitchen turmturo and water, at No. 132
tluona Vista street, Los Augeles. Rent,
$10 per mouth, payable in advance. Ad
dress U. W. W.. Herald orOce- mr.Vtf
By the Lake Vineyard Land and Water
Association, the best Orange nud Heml-
Tropical Fruit Land in the Mat.'. Wat ef
right goos with the land. Apply to ihe
oulca of P. Bcaudry, No. 81 New High St.
aplBtt F. W. WOOD, tjcoratary.
FINE BUILDING LOT 4 ON HILL
STREET, on the Installment plan, SIS a
month. Inquire, ol M Its. J, HUBKK, 229
Sjrlng street. a7-Im
81 to 91000 to Loan,
AT THE STAR LOAN AND IIROKER
Be moved to No. 6 commercial st.
Will advance on collaterals 81 to $1000,
on all kinds of personal property, such
as watches, lewelry, diamonds, pistols,
guns, etc. Uold, silver aud U. S. Curren.
cy bought and sold. nllti
£0£ FASHION ,Qi
Livery and Sale Stable,
WILSON & YOUNC,
MAIN ST., Opposite Arcndia St. ,'
Horses ami Carriages, Single or Double,
and Saddle Horses kept constantly ou 1
hand for the accommodation of the pub
lic. Horses Hoarded by the day, week or
month at reasonable rates. Conveyances
furnished for private or public occasions
at the sho-test, notice and upou as rens
onahle terßse as atany
First Class Establishment
In Southern California.
JaMlf WIT-SON A YOIINO, Prop's.
P. CASENAVE. J. ROQITE.
HOME INDUstTBY. 1
LOS ANCELES STEAM
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
Wo are the sole establishment In this
clly which is lilted up to lurnlsh you l
truly PI) UK and FRESH ROASTED |
COFFEES and SPICES, ground or in i
whole, In packages or cases. 1
»6"AI1 articles furnished at «an Fran- t
Cisco pi lee*. P. CASENAVE «fc Co. I
The undersigned begs leave to an
uouuee himself as a candidate for BtN
geans-at-Arms of ihe 0 Justltul lotial Con- ]
ventlon. A. H. MILLM*.
Ims Angeles, July H3,1878. JIN-l B W
Poacomb Light Dram ah
c c cs
From thoroughbred Imported Eastern
Birds of Ihe well known
Philander Williams Strain
aarPRICK-Si per sitting of 13.
STEIN A WEISS.
PASADENA, Los Angeles Co., Cal.,
ON F. P. BACON'S RANCH.
N. R. - CHICKENS FUR SALE IN
FOB THitKSIIINQ MACHINES,
Is tha only Feeder manuraetnred that feeds
without moving all tbe straw In a body. eon.
sequent ly giving a more regulsr feed than It la
possible to obtain with a draper feeder: It
feeds the whole length ot the cylinder; It Is
easily chsnged to teed fast or slow ss desired;
saves tbe labor of two men and does not re
quire an experienced tableman to food It.
The separator needs no alteration with ths
exoeption of the removal of feed board to se
cure it la position, aud does not have to be
taken off when moving. It requires but lit
tle power to run it. aud has no complicated
parts liable to get out of order. Its success
having been fully demonstrated. I rordinlly
invite all parties Interested to call and judge
of its merits. F<r full particulars address
X 1. MAKSTRIIB.
Lots for Sale I
CHEAP FOR CASH.
West Los Angeles
Offers the best opportunity for delightful
homesteads af any that has ever been of
fered for sale to the public
THE WHOLE TRACT IS LEVEL,
Ouly sufricienty Inclined forgood drainage
THE XOtL IS EXCELLENT,
And ol such charac that it never cakes
and is neither muddy lv Winter nor dusty
IT HAS A DITCH OF WATER RUN
NING THROUGH IT.
TUB MAIN STREET AND AGRICUL
TURAL PARK RAILROAD
Is completed and running through the en*
tire lain! Audi now operated successfully
through Park Avenue, 100 feet wide, o on
lng Into the Agricultural Grounds.
A DEPOTOF THE LOS ANGELES AND
INDEPENDENCE RAILROAD 18
LOCATED ON THE GROUND*..
This is really the West End ol onr liiaei
tiful city, wltli the benefit of FRESH,
PURE BREEZES FROM THE OCEAN,
uncontamlnated by gas or sewer effluvia.
A glance at the elegant mansions and
fashionable residences now e.ccted and
in course of erection must satisfy any per
son desiring a home that this is the place
THE TERMS WILL BE MADE EASY
AND PRICES MODERATE.
MIPS WILL BE FOUND
At tbe office of the Farmers' a M
Alse, at the offlee of the Main Sire
and Agricultural Park Railroad.
O. W. CHILDS and JOHN G. DOWNKI
will give special attention to those seek
ing Information. sepllstf I
Rubottom Ranch for Sale.
ThU valuable properly, containing
KIUIITY-MX AORlSrt, ouo of thH most
eligible to in Writ his In Southern Califor
nia, lx ior shlh. Good title and abund*
ance of water. It la in the heart of the
heuutlful and productive Han Jose Val
lej, thirty miles from Los AugeleH,
Hotel Furniture & Fixtures.
ALSO. FOR RALE.
A UAItK BARGAIN Is presented. 11l
health, and a desire to give my wife a
change of scene and air, are the motives
which Indues me to sell.
Address, for terms,
mrtfif W. W. RtJPQTTOIf. Spadra.
l'.Hta l>lls Ii ed 18GO.
CI L MORE & CO.,
Suocsasoss io Cuirsus, Hoshks k Co.,
62g FSt., Washington, D.C
American and Foreign Patent*
Patent** procured In all countries. No nxs
a advance. No cliargs unless the patent is
g»nt«3d. No lues for making preliminary
examinations. No additional fees fur obtain
ing and conducting a rehearing. Special At
tention given to Interference Cases hefore
tlie Patent Ollice, Extensions before Congress,
Infringement Butts in diflerent State*), and
all litigation appertaining to Inventions or
Patents, bxttu Btami* roa rAaruux o»
United States Courts and Departments.
Claims prosecuted In the Supreme Court ol
th ■ I iuUhl htatea, Court of Claims, Court of
Ooiiniiiasioners of Alabama Claims, Southern
Claim* Couiuiisalon, and all classes of wai
claiieiß before the Executive Departments.
Arrears of Far and Beantr*
Or nouns, soLDiRRet and saxlohs %>r the late
*.m, *,r their heirs, are in mai y oases enti
tled to nion.'y from tho Government, of
wliirh they have uo knowledge. Write full
ItlriLory nt service, and utate amount of pay
end l ounty received. Enclose stamp and a
full reply, alter examination will be given
1 ou iroj
All ornenna. solduws and SAiLons wound*
ed, ruptured or injured In the late war, how
ever slightly, can ebtain a pension. Many
now reoelvlng ponsiona are entitled to an
Imobsasa. Send stamp, and information
will be furdlsuod free.
United BUtes General Land Offlce,
Contested Land Cases. Private Land Claims,
atlnlng Pre-emption and Homestead Canes,
prosecuted before the General Land Office
and Department ot the Interior.
Old Bounty Land Warranto.
The last Report of the Commissioner ol
the General Land Office allows 2,807,000 acres
of Bounty Land Warrants outstanding. These
were issue*.! under the Act ot 1866 and prior
Act. We pity cash for them. Send by regis
tered Ictier. Where assignments are Imper
fect we giro instructions to perfect them.
Each department ef our business Is con*
ducted In a separate bureau, under the
charge ot experienced lawyers and clerks.
by reason of error or fraud many attorneys
are suspended from practice before tho Pen
sion ana other oflloes each year. 'Claimants,
whose attorneys have been thus suspended,
will be gratuitously furnished with full in.
formation and proper papery on application
An we charge no fee esa successful,
«tamps for return postage hould he sent ns
Liberal arrangements made with attorney*
in all claases ef business.
Address GILMOI.E A CO.,
P. 0. Box 44. TTitrftfnsjfirn, A C.
Wabbinhtok, D.0., November 34,1876.
I take pleasure In expressing my enure
confidence In tlie rapontibitify and /fdcftfy ol
tbe Law, Patent and Collection house 01.
Oiusoan h Co., of this city.
GEO. H. B. WRITE.
(Cashier of the National Metropolitan Bank.)
<rOfl OL » 1-IsATKD WATCHES.
< CSjespeet la iSe kuown * orb... Bavafte* Wttu-k rra*
•Jl""-. agewU AAlrfjM A. OmiM A 00., CfcWajo,
NEW A DVBRTIBEMENTBs
S O JH. O <0 L
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY,
LOS ANGELES, OAL.
Parents and guardians desirous of pre
rariug lor their daugnters and wards the
advantages of a good eduoatlen and •
home In a healthy climate and pleasant
locality, will dud both lo tula ednoatlon
al lus i nut loii or the Sister* of St. Via*
oenl of Paul.
Board and Tuition, English, French.
Spanish, German. Ornamental Nee
dle Work. Tapeatry. Embroidery,
etc, per session of ten months ~..ggse
Wasbljg. _„ _.. SB
Drawing and Painting, per month M. Its
Pla no snd Melodeon, with uss of la
■ trumenl, IS 60 per month „.„. gf
Guitar, per month IS _ ft
Vacation, If pupil* remain in school,
per month _ -.«„.. M
The Sisters have opened A SELECT
DAY SCHOOL for young ladles.
First Class, the languages, etc M
Second Division „ -Ji
Third Division _.. g
Extra branches, charges as Indicated
Tbe Bcholaatlo Half Session of lee
months will commence the Ist tst
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 lor partial absence or withdrawal
from the institution, unless in cases cat
protracted Illness. Doctors' fees sad
medicines are extra charges.
For further particulars address
SB. ScftSr.ASTICA LOGSDOK.
BAPTIST CHURCH, SPRING St.
THE FOURTH TERM of this Institute
will open JULY gsth and continue lv
session until December nth.
The objects ef the Institution are:
First—To give to any person who dt*
sires to prepare for teaohlng special in
struction In any branch or division ef
branch of State course where applicant
for certificate may reel deficient.
Second—To Instruct teachers In the lat
est methods of Imparting knowledge.
Those Intending to become teachers
can perfect themselves more rapidly, aa
less expense and mere thoroughly, thae
at any other Noamal Institute In the
The second department Is designed en
practically Illustrate Normal aisShodSL
glvlng students Ihe most natural aauT
thorough Instruction, fitting them fee
the regular Normal course. Slate Univer
sity, military nnd other colleges. Sin
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 dsailing;
competent teachers will do well to rusks
Inquiries at this Institute.
For terms, etc, address
MRS. REGINA MAST DIXON,
Jy2i-5m P. o. Box 388, Los Angeles, Oal.
This Institution, located In the
CITY OF LOS ANGELES,
on FORT STItEKT, between Third and
Fourth, will b -gin Its THIRD YBAR
AUGUST Sth, 1878,
Tlie following courses of study will he M
taught ou tiro most reasonable terms:
NORMAL COURSE; 1
ORAMMAR SCHOOL COURSE:
BOARD OF INSTBUCTION:
O. S.PRAMBBS, A. &!...._„ Principal
8. K. FRAMBES " Preceptress
C. W. La FETHA, Principal Com'l Don't
WALTER LINDLEY. M. D., Tsach.r ol
. Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene 1
LOUIS ADAMS Teichar of French
O. 11. BOLLINOh II ...Teacher of Herman
OH AS. K. DAY...Teacher of Vooal Muila
Mrs. C. E. DAY, Teacher of lustr'l Music
To the patronising public I wish to say
thut no pains have been spared to secure
faithful and competent teachers for the
several departments of the Academy.
Mr. C. W. La Fetra, first a graduate, then
an assistant teacher Iff the Business Col
lege of Washington, D. c., will take
charge of the Commercial Department.
The ol her teachers are too well known to
need any note of commendation to this
community. A new building has been
erected expressly for ths Commercial
ess-Ample accommodations bare been I
Srovideu for boarding (indents from a
For further particulars address the
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
LOS ANGELES. Cnl.
STUDIES WILL BE RESUMED
Ou Thursday, August 1,1878
M. RUBI, c. M.,
Watches and Jewelry.
Having purchased the Mock and fix
tures of t lio well known Jewelry store of
Mr. T. W. Slackpole, adding thereto a
largo and entirely new assortment of
goods, we aro are prepared to show ths
citizens of Los Angeles and vicinity ons
of the finest and best selected stocks to
bo found in the State, which will bo sold
at the lowest living rates.
We shall constantly be In receipt of all
the latest novelties in watches, chains.
Jewelry, ate., to which tbe attention of
the public is especially invited.
In spectacles we have a large and vs.
ried assortment, and are tho exclusive
i gents in Southern California of tho eel
eorated Lazerus a Morris perfected spec
tacles, which we claim are tha Onset la
Mr. Stackpole will remain lv our em-
Ploy, having exclusive control or the
woik department, and, as heretofore, es
pecial attention will be glvsn to the re
pnlrlug of One watches and Jewelry.
Wo sunn be happy lo sea all onr old 1
friends and tbe public at large.
Ji'" SV, Spring street.
ESTABLISHED OVER 20 YEARS
Spear, Meade & Co.,
[Successors lo Litlleueld, Webs'* C0,,l
SlO ami 318 Washington Street,
Solicit consignments of all kind, nt 1
count!y produo... Make prompt returns.
Advance liberally on approved seis
in en ts.
Private Boarding House, |
No. 21, cor. Third snd UIU sla.
SSF*BOARD BY TH E DAT. WBBK SI
MONTH. Terms Reasonable. JSt |